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This Booh, No.'i , is the Property of McNEIL BROS.,
San Jose, California.

This Book is LOANED to

of , under the conditions below named, compliance

with which is respectfully requested, or the return of the Book, at our expense, is desired:

1st. Owing to the heavy expense of issuing these samples, this Specimen Book is
NOT to be Cut or Mutilated in any way, but in ordering therefrom the Number of the Pat¬
tern is to be given, and whenever any changes are desired they are to be written out.

2d. This Book possesses a money value of Five Dollars, and it is expected that it
will be retained for store use only. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES is it to be LOANED
or GIVEN AWAY, but one (registered) copy being placed with a Firm, except in case of
loss by fire. Owing to the nature of such works, they become the prey of people not en¬
titled to receive them,—not even excepting a certain class of imitative printers, who, with¬
out facilities for the execution of this class of work, and without typographical skill or
native ingenuity of their own, seek to appropriate others’ ideas, as well as works, when¬
ever and wherever they can. The repeated impositions to which we are subjected alone
demands this clause, as our only source of self-protection.

3d. In case the Firm to whom this Specimen Book is addressed disposes of its busi¬
ness, this Book is no wise ceases to be ours, and is to REMAIN IN THE STORE, for the
use of the succeeding Firm. We will at all times supply a new House with the latest
Specimen Book or Sheets we have; hence, no excuse arises for removing this Book.

4th. This issue of our Specimen Books having involved a cash outlay of several
thousand dollars, besides almost the exclusive time of our Mr. A. B. McNeil for nearly two
years past, it is respectfully but earnestly requested that the foregoing Conditions be faith¬
fully carried out. Our future is with the Drug Trade of the Pacific Coast. We ask your
patronage, and the same fair treatment that we propose to give.

Respectfully Yours,

ZMIcUSTIEinij BEOS.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS,
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UNITEl) STATES OF AMERICA.



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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1885, by McNeil Bros.,
in the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

Established in 1878

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ll'i&URING the six years of our business establishment as specialists in T© the Trade.

J Druggists’ Printing, our aim has been, while building up a trade in Strictly First-Class Work.—In all branches of our business,
we guarantee full count, and first-class and satisfactory work in every case.
11 our particular line, to make it upon the broadest foundation of exeel- We use good materials, employ competent workmen, and use our best en¬
deavors to furnish our Customers with fine and attractive work, that will
lence that we could; to expend our profits in as rapid an increase of bear the criticism of the most fastidious, and at as low prices as fine work
our capital stock as was possible to do; and above all, to prove to the Drug¬ can be done for. We guarantee all our work to be fully equal to the speci¬
gists of the Pacific Coast,—by that most rigid of tests, comparison,—the mens here shown, and invite a comparison with printing from other label
superior character of our work, and how unnecessary it is to place orders houses. As an evidence of the superior quality of our printing, we refer
for Printing in the Eastern cities, when equally as good work, and as cheap, to any Druggist whose name appears in this Specimen Book, all of them
can be obtained here on this Coast as is done anywhere in America. To being numbered among our large list of customers.
the extent of our success in the undertaking, we have the pleasure of sub¬
mitting to the Pacific Trade this new and elegant Specimen Book of our Labels Gummed and Cut, Ready for Use.—We would
Druggists’ work. We trust it will find favor among our present customers, respectfully call the attention of Druggists to this feature of our business.
and that it may be the means of introducing us to others whose wants yet As will be seen by reference to our Price List, unless otherwise ordered, all
continue to be rilled from abroad. labels are furnished gummed and cut, and are put up with rubber bands in
lots of 250 each, ready for the label drawer. A thick piece of paste board
Of the extent and scope of this Book, it should not seem egotistic when is also placed at the bottom of each package, thus preventing any liability
we challenge its equal for size, variety, completeness, and number of actual to curl until bands are removed, and the labels are placed for use. Our
specimens exhibited, as well as the high character of the work shown, in stock of dies has been largely increased, so that nearly all labels shown are
the entire range of Druggists’ Specimen Books at the present time. Indeed, trimmed close to borders without additional charge.
so far ahead of our needs has the Book grown that, were we not sanguine
of the future of the Pacific Drug Trade, it would seem an almost waste of Postage and Expressage Saved. — If the Cash accompanies
time, labor and money in publishing the same. But we have an abiding the Order, we pay all Express or Postal Charges ourselves, on all work shown
faith in our increased population ; in public appreciation of our efforts; in in this Book. This is a great saving to Druggists, as the freight on packages
a business judgment that does, and should, favor the Pacific Coast in its to distant points often amounts to a great deal in a large order. This rule
development; and in our ability to successfully compete with any estab¬ only applies, however, to Cash with Order customers. Where the Cash
lishment, either East or West, in the manufacture of Druggists’ Labels, does not accompany the Order, the goods are sent by tiie cheapest method,
and in the various kinds of letter-press printing in which we are engaged. but always at the expense of the party ordering.
Our facilities have been largely increased within the past year, and our
stock of printing material, typographic and engraved designs, borders, cuts, Private Labels and Copyrighting. — In preparing Labels,
rules, etc., is extensive and of the most modern character. As to prices, Wrappers, etc., for New Preparations, customers often want something
we have not been governed by those of any other house, nor have any rates original, and different from the usual line. We pay special attention to such
on certain labels been made purposely low in order to trap the unsuspecting; work, and will, when desired, prepare special labels and borders, engrave
but our prices will be found uniform throughout, at the lowest living rates private trade marks or monograms to suit the work, and get up the whole in
for first-class work, and we believe they will average as low as can be attractive style. In cases where it is necessary to protect the label from
had elsewhere. being copied by others, we can have it registered in the U. S. Patent Office.
The total cost of registering a label is $10.00, $6.00 of which is the Patent
We would call attention to one marked change in our Label business, Office fee, and $4.00 Attorney’s fee for preparing the necessary papers.
viz: Hereafter, unless specially ordered Unyummed, all Labels will be fur¬ (Labels with Trade Mark designs in them cost more to register.) As the
nished Gummed and Cut, ready for use, at the prices stated over each. We fee has to be paid in advance before the label can be registered, customers
believe this change will more fully meet the wishes of our patrons than the will please send the required amount with the order, and we will have the
Ungummed system has done. At the same time, besides many reductions whole matter attended to for them.
in prices, the new method does away with any advance for gumming labels,
thereby effecting a 10 per cent reduction on former rates. Detailed prices
over each Label, instead of the “Class” method heretofore used, will
doubtless prove a welcome convenience to all.

We would thank the Drug Trade for the very liberal manner in which Druggists’ General Printing. — In the few pages devoted to
they have patronized us during the past, and for the many kind words General Printing in the back of this Book, but an imperfect idea can be
offered in our behalf, by letter and by word, during our business career on gained of the extent of this branch of our business. We are at all times
this Coast. In return therefor we again pledge ourselves that, with better prepared to print Prescription and Powder Envelopes, Prescription Blanks,
facilities than ever before, we will continue to use our best efforts to give Comb and Tooth Brush Envelopes, Wrappers, Powder Papers, etc., etc.;
satisfaction, and we hope by so doing, by promptness in delivery, and by also Business and Professional Cards, Bill-heads, Statements, Note and
strict attention to business and the wants of our customers generally, to Letter-heads, Envelopes, Circulars, Price Lists, Ball and Society Printing,
receive a still more liberal share of the Drug Trade in the States and Show Cards, Hand Bills, etc., etc., in any style that may be desired, and
Territories of the Pacific Coast. at as reasonable rates as first-class printing can be done for, either East or
West. Our establishment is constantly adding New Types, Borders, En¬
Owing to the heavy expense of getting up these Specimens, gravings, etc., of the latest and most popular styles; and we are prepared
we respectfully request Druggists Not to Cut or Mutilate this to fill all orders, large or small, in the best manner, and at short notice.
Book, but in every case to order by Number of the Pattern, stating Special attention given to Colored and Fancy Printing. Samples and esti¬
quantity wanted, and writing out any changes that may be desired. (When mates on application. When writing for estimates, always send your copy
wishing to know whether a label will fit a certain bottle, or box, a piece of (which will be returned if ordered), and state quantity you wish printed.
paper can be easily cut of the same size and applied.) All bona fide Drug¬
gists, and those contemplating starting into business, are entitled to one Wrappers, Etc.—We would invite special attention to our beauti¬
Specimen Book for each firm, which we will be pleased to mail upon receipt I ful engraved Seidlitz Powder Wrapper; also to its companion, printed on
of their printed address. But as all books are charged on our list, no firm gloss paper, together with the Squirrel Poison Wrapper, with engraved cut
can receive but one; and, to protect ourselves, beginners in business must inside, which we have had specially designed for our own use, and registered
furnish us wholesale San Francisco references, as well as remit us in advance in the United States Patent Office according to law. The List of Poisons
$5 00 for the Specimen Book, the amount to be deducted from their first and Antidotes is a valuable advertising card, for which we bespeak a good
order of $10.00 or upwards. This rule is imperative, the many impositions demand. The low price at which we have placed these cards brings them
to which we have been subjected by parties obtaining books by means of within the reach of all. Our facilities for printing Patent Medicine Wrap¬
false representations making it necessary that a stringent rule be made in pers, in either the English, German, French or Spanish Languages, are un¬
this respect. We do not care to supply books for transient orders, and no excelled. and we would request Manufacturers in this line to correspond
regular dealer can reasonably object to the provision above made. with us before ordering elsewhere.

Engraved Labels.—The attention of our customers is also called be seen. It is not sufficient to say “For 2 oz. Bottle,” or “For 4 oz.
Panel,” or “For 6 oz. Ball Neck Panel,” as the bottles of different manu¬
to our new designs of Engraved Labels and Borders for Stock, Toilet and facturers vary in size and form. Attention to this hint will oftimes save
Flavoring Extracts, Liquors, Essences, etc., etc., which have been specially correspondence and delay.
engraved for us for this book. All kinds of Trade Marks, Monograms,
Crests, or Proprietary Labels, neatly engraved on short notice, and on the How to Write Address.—Mistakes can not occur if the fol¬
most reasonable terms.
lowing hints are observed : In ordering, give name and address in printed
Prescription Blanks.—No one house in America publishes the form if possible. In writing, be careful to make the name and address
very plain, and bring the capital J down below the line, to distinguish it
assortment of Prescription Blanks that is here shown. Many of them are from the capital I. Having written name, next give “stj’le of occupation,
new in design, and all are gotten up in the most popular styles, and at as for instance, “Druggist and Apothecary,” “Pharmacist,” “Dispensing
prices that will commend them to lovers of “clean” printing everywhere. Chemist,” etc. Then follow with Street, Town, State or Territory. If
We shall be pleased to give special figures to parties desiring any Blank in care is taken in making out order in accordance with these instructions no
larger quantities than are here quoted. Prices for binding Prescription mistakes can possibly occur, and on our part we guarantee correctness in all
Blanks are given with each. For samples and prices of Prescription Cases respects, or the work will be re-printed and transportation paid without
see inside of last page of cover. extra charge.

Advertising Cards.—Having secured the Agency of the famous “Gummed” or “Ungummed” Labels.— As stated many

“ Ketterlinus, ” “ Yo Semite,” and Leonliardt’s French Chromo Cards, we times elsewhere in this Book, unless otherwise ordered, all labels are fur¬
shall be pleased to forward samples and prices of the same on application. nished Gummed and Cut, ready for use. There are opposing, and very
pronounced opinions, regarding gummed labels. One Druggist wishes
Envelopes. — Either for Business purposes, for Powders, or for nothing else; another will not have them at any price. We can not possi¬
bly suit all unless instructions are received with every order. The ingredi¬
Combs and Brushes, in stock, in all sizes, styles and colors. ents used in our gums are guaranteed clean, pure, and harmless to the
tongue, while our system of gumming is the result of much study, many
Imitation Glass Labels.—We furnish these goods in almost any experiments, some labor, and experience covering many years. But in
ordering labels it is not enough to state in a sweeping way that you
style, at five cents each. When properly varnished they are very hand¬ “always” want your labels Ungummed, because we can not undertake to
some, and can be washed, and will last for years. remember it, and will furnish all labels Gummed unless with each order we
are otherwise instructed.
Large Orders.—We will cheerfully furnish estimates on large
Special Request. Do not paste labels or other matter on postal
orders of any kind of Druggists’ Printing, or on any Special Label in large
quantities, at reduced rates. On Label Orders of $30.00 or upwards, (this cards. It is contrary to law, and subjects the receiver to a penalty if taken
does not include Prescription Blanks, Job Printing or Sundries, all of which from the Postoffice.
are net), a discount of ten per cent, will be made.
Our? Topms.
Labels Translated, and printed in German, French or Spanish, at
Our Terms are, Cash with Order.—Experience has shown
an advance of fifty per cent, on list prices.
this to be the only safe rule for all concerned. By it we are enabled to
Flints in Ondening. give our customers many advantages that we could not do were we to adopt
the credit system. Where available references are furnished, or our “Mer¬
By Observing the following Hints in Ordering, our custo¬ cantile Report” rates parties financially responsible, or we have had satis¬
factory business acquaintance heretofore, we will send goods without pre¬
mers will often save the delay of correspondence, and thereby consult their payment; but all bills are payable immediately upon receipt of goods, and
own convenience as well as our own : if not paid within thirty days are subject to sight draft without notice.
When the Cash accompanies the Order, we send all goods Transportation
In the first place, do not cut or mutilate this book with your shears or paid. Otherwise they are sent by the cheapest method, but at the expense
knife, but simply give the number of the pattern, and write out your order, of the party ordering. Goods will be sent by Express, C. O. D., if one-
together with any changes that may be desired. The prices given are for fourth of the amount is sent with the order; but as evidence of good faith
250, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 3,000 and 5,000 of a sort, (unless otherwise stated on this must invariably be done, for the order to receive attention. Express
the page in which the label is shown.) We do not print less than 250 of charges will be at the expense of the customer, together with the charges
any one name, nor any quantity between 250 and 500, nor between 500 and for collection when the amount is under $10.00. We pay no exchange or
1,000, unless so stated over each label. For example: by 500 “of a sort,” express charges on remittances. Remit by draft on San Francisco, (not on
we mean 500 Castor Oil, 500 Essence Lemon, etc , or in other words, 500 of New York), by Express, Postoffice Money Order, Registered Letter or
one name, without any change whatever in the form. Labels kept in stock Postal Note. Letters can be registered at any Postoffice in the United
and sold by the hundred, are furnished in quantities of 500 or more of a sort States at a cost of only 10 cents. Postoffiee Money Orders not exceeding
at a less price; but in ordering please remember the above explanation— $15.00 cost but 8 cents. Postal Notes, for all amounts under $5.00 and
that the prices are given for 500 to a name, 1,000 to a name, etc. To further obtainable at all Postoffices, cost but 3 cents. Do not send checks on local
explain: If 1,000 of Class B Labels are wanted, but with two or four banks, as they subject us to an expense of from 25 to 50 cents for collection.
changes of names of articles, each 250 will cost 15 cents, or each 500 Postage stamps only received for fractional parts of a dollar. We cannot
22 cents, although 1,000 to a name will cost but 30 cents. We desire this be responsible for money lost by sending it in un-registered letters.
to be clearly understood, so there will be no mistakes or misunderstandings.
Bear in Mind.—When the Cash accompanies the Order, WE pay
Conform as closely to the Samples as you can. By
all Transportation charges on goods.
so doing your orders are greatly simplified, mistakes obviated and prices
definately understood. But should anything be desired that is different in Our References.—The First National Bank of San Jose, and any
composition, shape, style or size, from what appears in the Book, we will
get it up according to directions, and at the lowest prices for job printing, of the Wholesale Druggists of San Francisco whose names are found on the
in all cases approximating as closely to our Book rates as the character of inside of the fourth page of this Cover.
the work will permit. When labels, or other forms of printing, are desired
duplicated, always send us printed copy. Respectfully Yours,

Special Shapes and Sizes. In ordering any label not shown P. O. Box 862. mcneil Bros.,
SAN JOSE, CAL.
in the Specimen Book, please give exact size and shape, and write plainly
what is to go on the label. When ordering Wrappers for Boxes or Bottles,
send a piece of paper the exact size of Wrapper, with the size of the printed
matter, and where it is to go on the Wrapper. In ordering Labels for Panel
Bottles, send a piece of paper to fit the panel as you want it, stating
whether it is to have a square or round top. The safest method is to Dress
a piece of soft paper snugly to the face of the bottle, and then to trace the
outline with a pencil. By this means the exact size and shape of panel can

GENERAL LABELS. CENERAL LABELS.

Acetic Acid. Ir’ia.rziisiied Gia. narked and Gut, ^.sadyr £©?f Use, Holland Gin.
Alum.
Alcohol. PRICE OE PRICE OF PRICE OF PRICE OF PRICE OF PRICE OF ' Hyd. Potash.
Anti-Cholera Tinct. NAME OF GLASS.
Iodine.
Antimonial Wine. 250 500 1000 20003000 5000
Iodide Potasii.
Anise Seed. j Cla((ss A. $.12 $.17 $.25 $.45 $.65 $1.00 Irish Moss.
Aqua Ammonia. B. .15 . 22 .30 .55 .75 1.20
44 .20 1 .30 .40 .70 Japan Varnish.
Balsam of- C. .25 .35 .50 .90 1.00 1.60 Jamaica Rum.
Balsam Fir. 64 D. .30 .45 .60 1.10 1.25 2.00 1 Liniment.
.35 .50 .70 1.25 1.50 2.40
Balsam Tolu. 4 4 E. .40 .60 .80 1.40 1.75 2.80 Liquid Bluing.
4 4 F. .45 . 65 .90 1.60 2.00 3.20
Bay Rum. 4 4 (j. 2.25 3.60 Linseed Oil.
Baking Powder. • 4 H. L .00 1.75 2.50 4.00 Lime Water.
Balsam Copaiva. 1 .10 2.00 2.75 4.40
/. .50 .70 1.20 2.15 3.00 4.80 Machine Oil.
Benzine. * 4 J. . 75 1.30 2.35 3.25 5.20 Magnesia.
Bitter Almonds. 4 4 K. . 55 . 85 3.50 5.60 Mercurial Ointment.
44 .GO .90 i1.40 2.50 3.75 6.00 Mixed Bird Seed.
Bird Seed. L. . 65 .95 4.00 6.40
Bi Carb. Soda. •4 .70 1 .00 1 .50 ; 2.65 4.25 6.80 Mustard.
M. L. 10 1.60 2.80 4.50 7.20 Neutralizing Cordial.
Bi Carb. Potash. 44 X. 1 .20 1.70 3.00 4.75 7.60
Bi Crom. Potass. 4 4 0. . 75 1.25 1.80 3.15 5.00 8.00 Neat’s Foot Oil.
Bluing. .80 1.35 1.90 I 3.30 5.75 9.00 New England Rum.
Blue Mass. 1.40 2.00 3.50 6.25 10.00 Oil of Amber.
Blank-. • 4 . 85 1.60 2.25 ! 4.00 7.00 11.00 Oil of Citronnella.
Borax. 1.75 2.50 I 4.50 7.50 12.00 Oil of Hemlock.
Bourbon Whisky. 4 4 0. .90 1 .90 2.75 5.00 8.25 13.00 Oil of Bergamot.
Brimstone. R4 4 . . 95 2.00 3.00 5.50 8.75 14.00
British Oil. 2.20 3.25 5.75 10.00 16.00 Oil of Cedar.
California Wine. 44 £. 1.00 2.35 3.50 6.25 Oil of Cloves.
Camphor Oil. 4 4 T. 1 . 10 2.90 4.00 7.00 Oil of Origanum.
Camphor Water.
u4 4 . 1.25 Oil of Savin.
Calomel. r4 4 . 1 .35 Oil of Anise Seed.
Camphor Ice with Glyc. x4 4 w. 1 . 50 Oil of Bitter Almonds.
Carb. Magnesia. Oil of Pennyroyal
4 4 . 1.60 Oil of Cinnamon.
Carb. Soda. .4 4 Y ] . 75 Oil of Spearmint.
Canary fceed. Oil of Sassafras.
Carb. Ammonia z4 4 . 2.00 Oil of Tansy.

Carmine Ink. DOSE LABELS. j Ess. Anise. ' Spiced Syrup Rhubarb. POISON LABELS Oil of Spike.
Catnip. I Ess. Checkerberry. Spirits of Lavender. Oil of Tar.
Chlorate of Potash. Oil of Wintergreen.
Chloroform Liniment. Ammonia. ! Ess. Jamaica Ginger. Spirits of Turpentine. ! Arsenic.
Cholera Drops. Oil of Peppermint.
Cholera Mixture. Aromatic Spirits Ammonia Ess. Peppermint. Sweet Tincture Rhubarb. Aqua Fortis. Oil of Rosemary.
Oil of Vitriol.
Chloride of Lime. Aromatic Syrup Rhubarb Extract Vanilla. Syrup of Poppy, Bichromate Potash. Oil of Rose.
Chammomile Flowers. Oil of Lavender.
Chalk Mixture. Benzine. Ferrated Elix. Cal. Bark. j Syrup of Senna. Blue Stone. Oil of Caraway.
Cinehonidia Oil of Juniper.
Citric Acid. Bitter Wine of Iron. Fluid Extract Buchu. Syr. Squills and Paregoric. Blue Vitriol. Oil of Cubebs.
Citrate of Magnesia. Oil of -.
Cocoanut Oil. Black Draught. Fluid Extract Cubebs. Syrup of Tolu, Cobalt, or Fly Stone, Oil of Almonds
Cognic Brandy. Olive Oil.
Concentrated Benzine. Black Drops. Fluid Extract Seullcap. j Spirits of Camphor, j Copperas. Old Bourbon Whisky.
Composition. Opodeldoc.
Composition Powder Burmutla Arrowroot, Fluid Extract Senna. i Sweet Spirits of Nitre, ; Corrosive Sublimate. Opium.
Colchicum Seed. Pain Killer.
Cologne Water. i Bateman's Drops. Fluid Extract Valerian. j Syrup Ipecac. Croton Oil. Peppermint Lozenges.
Copperas Peruvian Bark.
Co. al Varnish. Bi-Carbonate Soda. Glycerine Lotion. Syrup Rhubarb. I Creosote. | Pink Root.
Coach Varnish. Port Wine.
Brown Mixture. Golden Tincture. Syrup Squills. I Muriatic Acid. Powdered Rhubarb.
Cod Liver Oil. Powdered Alum.
Cologne. Castor Oil. Godfrey’s Cordial. Tincture of Camphor. Nitric Acid. Prepared Chalk.
Cooking Soda. Purified Rum.
Cough Drops. Chloroform. Hive Syrup. Tincture of Iron. I Nitrate Silver. Pure Madeira Wine.
Condition Powder. Pure Rye Whisky.
Deodorized Benzine. Cough Syrup. ! Hoffman’s Anodyne. Tinct. Mur. Iron. Nux Vomica. Pulv. Ipecac
Dentifrice. Pulv. Charcoal.
Donovan s Solution. Cough Mixture. Hot Drops. Tartaric Acid. 1 Oil of Vitriol. Pulv. Rhei.
Dover’s Powders. Pulv. Elm.
Eau de Cologne. Cox’s Hive Syrup. Kerosene Oil. Tinct. Aconite Leaves. 1 Oxalic Acid, Quassia.
Elm Bark. Quinine.
Emetic. Cream of Tartar. I Laudanum. Poison. Tinct. Aconite Root. i Poison -—. Refined Borax.
Epsom Salts. Rheumatic Liniment.
Essence of Allspice. Camph. Ext. Ginger. | Lime Water. I Tinct. of Arnica. | Prussiate of Potash.
Essence of Bitter Almonds. Rochelle Salts.
Essence of Jamaica Ginger. Camph. Oil. Lucinc. Tinct. of Lobelia. Rat Poison. Rose Hair Oil.
Essence of Peppermint. Rose Water,
Essence of Wintergreen. Chalk Mixture. Neutralizing Cordial. Tinct. of Myrrh. Red Precipitate. live Whisky.
Essence of Cinnamon. Saleratus.
Essence of Bergamot. Coi Liver Oil. Number Six. Tinct. of Rhubarb. Spirits of Saits. Saltpetre.
Essence of Ginger. Saffron.
Essence of Lemon. [ Comp. Elixir Hops. Oil of Turpentine. Washing Ammonia. Strychnine. Seidlitz Powders.
Essence of Cloves. Senna and Manna.
Essence of Anise. Comp. Ext. Buehu. Pure Glycerine. Wine of Antimony. Sulphuric Acid. Senna and Salts.
Essence of-. Senna Leaves.
Essence of Pennyroyal. Comp. Syr Sarsaparilla. Paregoric. Wine of Colchicum Root. | Sugar of Lead. Sewing Machine Oil.
Essence of Sassafras. Spirits of Turpentine.
Essence of Spruce. Diarrhoea Mixture. Pure Olive Oil. Wine of Colchicum Seed. Tartaric Acid. Spirits of Hartshorn.
Extract of Logwood. Spirits of Ammonia.
Ext. of-. Elixir Bismuth and Pepsin. Rheumatic Liniment. Wine of Ipecac. Tincture Aconite. Spirits of Lavender.
Ext. of Almonds. Spirits of Camphor.
Ext. of Lemon. Elixir Chloral. Seidlitz Powders. Worm Syrup. Tincture Belladonna. Sperm Oil.
Ext. of Sarsaparilla. Spts. of -.
Elixir Vitrol. Sol. Carbolic Acid Poison. Tincture Nux Vomica. Sulphur.
Ext. of Valerian. Sulphate Quinine.
Ext. of Vanilla. I Epsom Salts. Solution of Morphia White Vitriol. Sulphuric Ether.
Eye Water. Syrup of Blackberry Root.
Flax Seed.
Flour of Suiphur. Syrup of Tulu.
Fluid Ext. Senna. Syrup of -.
Florida Water. S,v rup of Sarsaparilla.
Flqid Ext. of-. Syrup of Ginger.
Fluid Extract of Gentian. Syrup of Lemon.
Fluid Extract of Seneka.
French Brandy. Tincture of ——.
German Liniment. Tincture of Rhubarb.
Glycerine. Tincture of Catechu.
Golden Tincture. Tincture of Arnica.
Ground Allspice. Tincture of Lobelia.
Ground Cinnamon. Tincture of Aconite.
Ground Flax Seed. Tincture of Cantharides.

Ground Ginger. Tincture of Capsicum.
Ground Pepper. Tincture of Ergot.
Gum Opium. Tincture of Iodine.
Toothache Drops.
Gum Aloes.
Gum Arabic. Tooth Powder.
Hair Oil. Varnish.
Hartshorn. Valerian Root.
Hemp Seed. Venice Turpentine.
Hennessy Brandy.
Volatile Liniment.
Hoffman’s Drops.
Hoarhound. Wine of Ergot.
Wine of Colchium Seeds.

Wine of Opium.
Worm Lozenges.

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HTUTE present below our New Series of General Shop Isabels, which are furnished in any style that may be desired. Gummed or Un-
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Trite Cheapest Isabel Printed. The The Standard Shop Label. Wording .4. Neat General Gabel. The wording of
wording of the Address will be changed to suit, and the name of Address changed to suit, and name of any article inserted. the Address will be changed to suit, and the name of any
of any article will be inserted; but we will not increase the In ordering, name style desired; otherwise No. 300S will be article will be inserted, but we can not print doses, directions
size of the Label, nor put in doses, directions or antidotes, used. This size is also adapted for Dose and Poison Labels. or antidotes in this Label without increasing the size to
without also increasing the price to Style “ B.” For specimens of these see following pages. Style “ B.”

No. 3001. No. 3008. No. 3013.

From A. J. GREENE, Apothecary, ALCOHOL N. S. THOMPSON, Chemist and Druggist
Cor. Steuart and Market Sts.,
West Side Park St., Alameda, Cal. RILEY & TRACY,
SAN FRANCISCO.
No. 3002. Druggists and Apothecaries,
HAILEY, WOOD RIVER, IDAHO. No. 3014.
Fid. Ext,
No. 3009. CHLOROFORM.
R. E.WHITE & CO., Apothecaries and Druggists,
CASTOR F. S. DICKINSON, nruifjfist,
400 Hayes St., Cor. Gough, San Francisco. Corner Hayes and Davis Streets,
3VE- GOVE, SAN LEANDRO, CAL.
No. 3003.
s£Pharmacist,2±^ No. 3015.
Oil of 2408 California Street, San Francisco.
Tinct. of
EARLE & PEDLEY, Druggists No. 3010.
Canon City, Colorado. C3-. WITFELD,
LANGLEY & CO., Druggists,
No. 3004. Druggist and Apothecary,
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE.
Tinct, of CHURCH PLAZA. TUCSOX. A. T
Yates Street, Victoria, B C.
W. H. NYE, Druggist and Apothecary, STYLE “D.”
NO. 3011.
BOISE CITY, IDAHO. 250, 15 Cents; 500, 22 Cents; 1000, 30 Cents.
BLACK DRAUGHT.
No. 3005. Smallest General Label. In this pattern

ARSENIC POISON. the wording of the Address will be changed to suit, and the

From HITCHCOCK & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries. name of any article will be inserted, but we can not print

MAIN STREET, GLOBE, ARIZONA. doses, directions or antidotes, without increasing the size to

Style “B.” __

No. 3016.

No. 3006. From R. E. GOGINGS, Apothecary, MILLER dr EATON.
No. 904 J Street, Sacramento, Cal. sS-Bruggists.yf
PURE GLYCERINE. No. 3012.
California St., Redding. Cal.
From Theo. Wollweber, Apothecaries’ Hall, W. T. BURKS & 60., Druggists ai?d Apothecaries,
59 Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal. No. 3017.
AQTJVL .AlvIMOXTIil-
No. 3007. CREOSOTE.
LEMOORE, C-A-Xj.
SYRUP OF SQUILLS. 1.1. LEWIS & SON,

STARR & BLAKELY, Druggists, Druggists and Apothecaries,
KETCHUM. IDAHO.
First Door North New City Hall, Frownsville. Or

McNeil Bros*? San J&se# CaL

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No. 3018. No. 3026. No. 3034.

GEO. A. HARDING, Balsam of J. C. NOONAN, Druggist and Apothecary,

3Dr-u.g'g'ist a.aa.cL ^“-potliecary, CUSICK & PLINN, CHICO, CAL.
LOCUS’ BLOCK, ORECON CITY, OR. No. 3035.
No. 3019. «§• SJftijstciaMs anil ‘J'tucjcjists,
No. 3037.
JAS. TOPLEY, Dispensing Chemist, East Side Third St., Gervais, Oreyon. 4SUPERIO Ri-
66 Georgia St., Vallejo, Cal.
No. 3021. No. 3027. vWpiT.-fMI^E.v

S. s. MERRILL. Elixir of Z—Cr^An Exquisite Perfume.
H>r-u-g‘grist elxlcI -A-potiLeca-r^r, C. B. JUDD & CO., Drug’s, Medicines, Etc.
From TIMERMAN’S DRUG STORE,
BERKELEY, CAL. Selma, California.
No. 3022. Corner Lawrence and 17th Sts., No. 3038.
DENVER, COL.
McCOLL & MILLER, Druggists and Chemists, DR. THOS. KEEFE, Physician and Surgeon,
No. 3028. Deming Junction, New Mexico.
Cor. Main and Franklin Sts., Weston, Or. No. 3041.
Essence of
No. 3023.
FRED. KOLLIKER,
From E. KREBS’ City Drug Store,
Apothecary and Pharmacist,
Cor. Higuera and Broad Sts., San Luis Obispo, Cal. S. W. COR. J AND 6th STS., SACRAMENTO.

No. 3024. No. 3029.

Take drops every Eld. Ext.

hours. HOLLISTEB dc CO.,
Drugg ists,
From WM. I. C. NEATE, I>rug:g;ist,
Main Street, Olympia, W. T. 69 NUUANU STREET, HONOLULU, H. I.

No. 3030.

Oil of

W. PICKERING,
Apothecary and Family Druggist

BROADWAY AND STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO.

No. 3031.

Spirits of
J. P. Heintz & Co.,

Druggists and Apothecaries,

MONTEREY, CAL.

No. 3032.

Syrup of

O. LINCOLN; & CO„
Druggists aad. CHenaiss-bs,

PRESCOTT, . .. ARIZONA.

No. 3025.

Take drops.times a

day. Wjf
^ X.
J. A. BOYKEN, Chemist and Apothecary, A. C. McALPIN, Eagle Drug Store, Wmnemucca, Nev.
Cor. Ninth and Mission Sts., San Francisco.

McNeil tSriu J'age,, €nL

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No. 3042. No. 3050. No. 3058.

AMMONIA. BLACK DROPS. COD LIVER OIL.

ANTIDOTE.—Olive oil, hot water, milk. DOSE.—From 5 to 15 Drops. DOSE.—Five to thirty drops.

W. R. DURBIN & CO., Druggists, &SHANLEY CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, T. J. CRAIG, Drugs, Medicines, Etc.
307 Larimer St., Denver, Colo. MOSCOW, ID-A-HO.
IDeer XjocLgfe, .

No. 3043. No. 3051. No. 3059.

AROMATIC SPIRITS OF AMMONIA. BROWN MIXTURE. COMPOUND ELIXIR OF HOPS.

DOSE.—From 15 to 30 drops, in a little water. DOSE.—For a child one to four years old, from twenty drops A substitute/or preparations of Opium, Soothing Syrups. Etc.
to a teaspoonful. For adults, from a dessert spoonful to a table- Especially adapted to children when teething. Colic, etc.
A. EVANS, Druggist and Apothecary, spoonful, repeated every two, three or four hours. Shake the DOSE.—For children teething, 30 drops to a teaspoonfuL
BIO Hayes St., San Francisco. bottle before pouring out.
FEED G. LUDLOW, Druggist and Apothecary,
No. 3044. SAMPSON & BONNEY, Rainer Drug* Store Cor. Main and First Sts., NAPA, CAL.
New Tacoma, Washington Territory.
AROMATIC SYRUP RHUBARB. No. 3060.
No. 3052.
DOSE.—For an infant with diarrhoea, a teaspoonful, repeated COMPOUND EXTRACT BUCHU.
every two hours till the passages indicate by their color that the BURMUDA ARROWROOT.
medicine has operated. For adults, two to three teaspoonfuls. Useful in Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys, and in all
Stir one tablespoon 'ul in a little water till well mixed; then pour diseases of the Urinary Organs.
F* W. NOBLE, Pharmacist, one pint of boiling water or milk over it, stirring it constantly.
WATSONVILLE, CAL. Boil five minutes. Sweeten with white sugar, and, if pre erred, DOSE.—For an adult, from one to two teaspoonfuls.
flavor with lemon juice or some aromatic.
JAMES M. LONG, Druggist,
JQHN R. WILLIAMS, Druggist,
220 Main St., Stockton, Cal. Sheridan, Placer Co , Cal.

No. 3045. No. 3053. No. 3061.

BATEMAN’S DROPS. CAMPHORATED EXTRACT CINCER. COMP. SYRUP SARSAPARILLA.
DOSE.—A child two days old, 2 drops ; one week old, 4 drops ;
one month old, 6 drops ; one year old, 10 drops ; two years old, 12 For Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, Colic, Etc. An Excellent Alterative.
drops ; ten years old, % leaspoonful; adults, 1 teaspoonful. DOSE.—Adults, 30 drops to a teaspoonful, in sweetened water. DOSE.—From a teaspoon'ul to a tablespoonfuL

From JOHN McNALLY, Tuscarora Drug Store, WM. STEWART, Pharmacist, CANFIELD Sf CO., Druggists,
Weed Street, Tuscarora, Nev. Bridge St., Redwood City, Cal. 403 Harrison Ave., Leadville, Colo.

No. 3046. No. 3054. No. 3062.

BEInTZIITB. CAMPHORATED OIL COUGH MIXTURE.

DIRECTIONS.—Place a piece of soft cotton cloth under the Used as an anodyne embrocation in Sprains, Bruises, Rheumatic DOSE.—For a grown person, two large teaspoonfuls; from
spot to be cleaned, and apply with a sponge or rag. It should not affections of the joints, and for chapped or sore nipples. fifteen to twenty years, one teaspoonful. to be taken four or five
be used near a flame. times a day, and especially before going to bed.
E. T. KEARNY & CO., Druggists,
IE3L ZDrvtg'ijist, Fourth St., Opp. Post Office, Tombstone, A. T. W> S, DEMENT, Druggist and Chemist,
Temesial, Cal’a. ASTORIA. OREGON.

No. 3047. No. 3055. No. 3063.

BI-CARBONATE OF SODA. CASTOR OIL. COX’S HIVE SYRUP.

Consumers of Carbonate of Soda. Tartaric Acid and Cream of DOSE.—For an adult, one tablespoonful. Children in proportion DOSE.—For Children in Croup. 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
Tartar, should be careful to discriminate between the Medicinal to age.—U. S. Disp., p. 494. every fifteen minutes, until vomiting is produced- As an expec¬
and Commercial kinds. The latter being used in the Arts, and torant for adults, from 30 drops to a teaspoonful every two, three
produced at low prices, much injury is sustained by using such &From SCHORR DAEHLER, Giidley Drug Store, or lour hours.
for domestic purposes, fr m the Metallic Impurities they contain.
Hazel Street, Giidley, Cal. C. J SC HMIDT, Druggist and Bookseller
SURBAUGH & McGINNES, Apothecaries, - VTA.H.

921 H Street, Modesto, Cal. No. 3064.

No. 3048. No. 3056. CREAM TARTAR.

BITTER WINE OF IRON. CHALK MIXTURE. of Soda, should be care ul to discriminate between the Medicinal
and Commercial kinds. The latter being used in the Arts, and
DOSE.—For an adult, a tablespoonful three times a day, in water, DOSE.—For a child four to six months old, half a teaspoonful; produced at low prices, much in ury is sustained by using such
or after each meal. from one to two years, a teaspoonful; adults, a tablespoonful; to lor domestic purposes, Ironi the Metallic Impurities they contain.
be repeated every two or three hours until relieved.
&HAYS LUGKEY, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Etc. W. L. TURNER, CITY DRUG STORE,
J. ID- IMIXTRIR,-A.~5iT, DbUGGIST
54 Willamette St., Eugene City, Oregon. Mendocino. Cal. Spokane Falls, Washington Territory.

No. 3049. No. 3057. No. 3065.

BLACK DRAUGHT. CHLOROFORM. DIARRHEA MIXTURE.

CAUTION. —Being poisonous, Chloroform should never be used Two years old, - - 6 drops. | Ten years old, - teaspoonYul.
internally except on a Physician’s prescription.
DOSE.—A wine-glassful just before going to bed or early in Five " “ - * - 20 1 Adult. • • - 1 “
the morning. JNO. A. M.ISSIK, Apothecary,
To be taken in a little sweetened water.
Cor. San Pablo Ave. and 17th St., Oakland.
W. P. MORRISON & CO., Druggists, M. M. WARD, Druggist & Chemist,
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22b emb oFrcnicbco. 4th Street. Necr J. East Portland, Oregon

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McNeil Bros,, Sun Jqscs Cal-,

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250, 15 Cents; 500, 22 Cents; 1000, 30 Cents.

No. 3006. No. 3074. No. 3082.

ELIXIR BISMUTH AND PEPSIN. EXTRACT OF VANILLA. GODFREY’S CORDIAL.

A •valuable Remedy for Dyspepsia. Forflavoring fellies. Sauces, Ice Cream, Cake, Etc. DOSE.—A child two days old, 2 drops; five days old, 5 drops;
DOSE.—For adult, one teaspoonful three times a day. Use to suit taste. one week old, 6 drops; one year old, xo drops; two years old, 15
drops; ten years old, half a teaspoonful; adults, a teaspoonful.
S. M. STEVENS, Druggist & Apothecary, O. STTTTT3,, -^.potlc.eca,r3r,
F. J. SCHNEIDER, Druggist and Apothecary,
Cor. Main and Commercial Streets, Anbnrn, Cal. San Bernardino, Cal.
EUREKA, NEVADA.
No. 3067. No. 3075.
No. 3083,
ELIXIR CHLORAL. FERRATED ELIXIR CALISAYA BARK.
GOLDEN TINCTURE.
A perfect substitute for opium, in wakefulness and nervous irri¬ A valuable remedyfor Impaired Digestion, improving the Ap¬
tability. The dose for an adult is from one to two teaspoonfuls. petite, and imparting increased strength to the whole system. DOSE.—For adult, from one-half to one teaspoonful in a
DOSE—For adult, one tablespoonful. little water.
Folsom St. Pharmacy, D. D. HUNT, Apothecary,
Fifth Street, Cor. Folsom, San Francisco. From R. B. AITKEN, Proprietor Tehama Drug Store, POUCH BROS., Druggists,
Tehama, California. Williams, Cal.
No. 3068.
No. 3076. No. 3084.

ELIXIR VITRIOL. FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. HIVE SYRUP.

DOSE—Ten to twenty drops, in water. The action of all acids DOSE—Thirty drops to a teaspoonful, in water. Six months old, - - 5 drops. 1 Three years old, - 20 drops.
upon the teeth is very- injurious; it is there ore desirable after One year old, - - 10 drops. Four years old, - - 25 drops.
using such to rinse the mouth with a little water. B. GUTIERREZ, Apothecaries' Hall,
T wo years old, - 15 drops. | Every half hour or hour.
From A. H. PORTER & CO., Druggists, SANTA BARBARA, CAL.
Increase according to age or the severity of the complaint.
Main Street, Pendleton, Oregon. No. 3077.
A. M. HERRING, Druggist and Apothecary
No. 3069. New Westminster, British Columbia.

No. 3085.

EPSOM SALTS. FLUID EXTRACT CUBEBS. HIVE SYRUP.

DOSE.—For adult, from ^ to i ounce, dissolved in water. DOSE.— Diuretic — For Kidney Disease, 30 drops to one DOSE.—For Children in Croup, 10 drops to a teaspoonful, every
teaspoonful. fifteen minutes, until vomiting is produced. As an expectorant
From J. J. SPIEKER, Druggist, for adults, from 30 to 40 drops every two, three or four hours.
Cor. 0th, and K St3.. Sacramento, Cal. BLOSK & WILSON, Dealers in Drugs and Medicines,
S. J. FRYETT, Druggist and Apothecary,
No. 3070. •critrxcaT, ox^e:cs-03>t.
Knight’s Landing, Cal’a.
No 3078.
No. 3086.

ESSENCE OF ANISE. FLUID EXTRACT SCULLCAP. HOFFMAN'S ANODYNE.

DOSE.—Adults, one teaspoonful in sweetened water. Children DOSE.—Thirty drops to a teaspoonful, in water. Useful in Nervous Irritation and Sleeplessness.
in proportion to age. DOSE.—For an adult, 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls in sweetened water
SNOWDEN’S DRUG STORE,
W. A. PERKINS, Druggist & Chemist, ATJBTJEN, CAL. C. M. CASLER, Druggist and Apothecary,

84 South C Street, Virginia, Nevada. No. 3079. Under Craft Hotel, Main Street, Woodland, Cal.

No 3071. FLUID EXTRACT SENNA. No. 3087.

ESSENCE CHECKER6ERRY. DOSE.—One to two teaspoonfuls. HOT DROPS.
L. BURKS, Druggist and Apothecary,
DOSE.—Adults, one teaspoonful in sweetened water. Children DOSE.—For an adult, half a teaspoonful in a little water. Chil¬
Bank Block, Fresno, Cal.
in proportion to age. dren in proportion to age.
No. 3080.
GEO. MARTIN’S Territorial Pharmacy, From & S^LLLI§@W, ^.patlrenaries,
“Z'-u.m.s, ^.rizcna. FLUID EXTRACT VALERIAN
392 First St., San Jose, Cal.
For Promoting Sleep, Relieving Pain, and Allaying Nervous
No. 3072. Excitement. No. 3088.

ESSENCE JAMAICA CINCER. DOSE.—One teaspoonful in water. KEROSENE OiL.
JOHN F. MYERS, Druggist and Apothecary,
For Cramps, Colic, Diarrhea, fitc. Children Do not attempt to light a f re with this Oil. Do not fill a lamp
Commercial Row, RENO, NEVADA. while burning. A lamp in daily use should be cleaned occasion¬
DOSE.—Adults, one teaspoonful in sweetened water. ally, and the oil removed, by daylight, and not at night. Fill the
No. 3081. lamp with oil daily. Do not place the oil near a fire, or where
in proportion to age. there is more than usual heat. Keep the oil in a cool place. Neg¬
lect of these directions may cause loss of life and property.
KELSEY & FLINT, Apothecaries,
1073 Broadway, Cor. 12th Street, Oakland, Cal. I*. J. REILLV, Druggist & Chemist,
847 Broadway, near!Seventh, Oakland, Cal.
No. 3073.
No. 3089.

ESSENCE PEPPERMINT. CLYCERINE LOTION. LAUDANUM—Poison.

DOSE.—Adults, one teaspoonful in sweetened water. Children For Softening and Beautifying the Skin, and Preventing it DOSE.—For a child one year old, r to 4 drops; two to four
from Chapping.
in proportion to age. years old, 4 to 6 drops; four to six years old. 6 to 10 drops; six to
Apply with a piece of cloth or the hand and rub freely.
DR. C. H. GIBBONS, Druggist, ten years old, 10 to 15 drops; tento fifteen years old, 1^020 drops;
ARBUCKLE, CALIFORNIA. Pioneer ZDzrtj-g- Store,
From COFFIN & MAYHEW, Apothecaries,
Main Street, Napa, California.
Cor. 20th and Mission Sts., San Francisco.

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250, 15 Cents; 500, 22 Cents; 1000, 30 Cents. 9

No. 3090. No. 3098. No. 3106.

LAUDANUM—Poison. PAREGORIC. SPIRITS OF CAMPHOR.

DOSE.—For a child one year old, i to 4 drops; two to four Three days old, - - 3 drops. 1 One year old, - - 15 drops. DOSE.—From five drops to a teaspoonful, first added to sugar
years old, 4 to 6 drops; four to six years old, 6 to 10 drops; six to and then mixed with water.
ten years old, 10 to 15 drops; ten to fifteen years old, 15 to 20 drops; One week old. - - - 5 drops. Five years old, - - 25 drops.
fifteen to twenty years old, 20 to 25 drops; adults, 30 to 40 drops. One month old, - - 8 drops. | Adults, - 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls. FRED. SANDELIN, Chemist,

BROWN & RANSOM, Druggists, Repeat every two. three or four hours. Cor. Railroad Aye. and Willow St., West Oakland.
Main Street, Hillsboro, Oregon.
CT. TL H-A-IRL-A-IT, Dbug-GIST No. 3107.
No. 3091. Grantsville, - Nevada.
SPIRITS OF LAVENDER.
LAUDANUM—Poison. No. 3099.
DOSE.—For adults, from 30 drops to a teaspoonful in sweetened
ORDINARY DOSE. 10 drops. PURE GLYCERINE. water. Children, ten years old, 30 drops; five years old, 15 drops.
20 drops.
Three months old, - 1 drop. 1 Ten years old, - 25 drops. A pleasant and soothing application for Chapped Hands, Sore MRS. K. G. DUNLAP, Druggist and Apothecary,
Lips, and Irritated Surfaces. BANNOCK CITY, MONTANA.
One year old. - - - 3 drops. Twenty years old,
Five years old, - - - 6 drops. | Adults, .... From SCOTT & ASHLEY, Druggists, No. 3108.

ADOLPH WALTHER, Boston. Drug Store, Third Street, Ouray, Colorado.
N. E. Cor. Third and J Sts., Sacramento, Cal.
No. 3100.
No. 3092. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE.
PURE OLIVE OIL
LIME WATER. DOSE.—From five to twenty drops, on sugar.
Those using Olive Oil should be careful to discriminate between
Useful in Allaying Sick Stomach, and in cases of Dyspepsia, the Medicinal Olive Oil and the impure Sweet Oil,which,on account F. W. WHITTEMORE, Apothecary,
attended with acidity of the stomach. of its impurities, is only useful for external and mechanical purposes.
1st Door West of Express Office, Woodland, Cal.
DOSE.—For adults, 1 tablespoonful. Children, from 1 to 2 tea¬ PLUMMER & BYERLY, Druggists,
spoonfuls in a little milk. For Sick Stomach, to be repeated
after each effort to vomit. S. IV. Corner First and Alain Sts., Portland, Oregon.

J. Q. MOXLEY, Druggist and Apothecary, No. 3101.

I.ewiston., - Insula.©- RHEUMATIC LINIMENT.

No. 3093. DIRECTIONS.—To be well rubbed on the affected parts No. 3109.
with the hand.
LIT OmSTIEL SWEET SPIRITS OF NITRE.
DIRECTIONS.—Place a thick piece of cloth or flannel under GEORGE WOOD, Avothecary,
«> the spot to be cleaned, and apply with a sponge or rag, taking DOSE.—A teaspoonful every- two or three hours, taken in a little
care not to allow the liquid to spread more than possible. It Bryant and Sixth Sts., San Francisco. cold water. For children, in proportion to age.
should not be used near a flame.
WRIGHT & BROWN, Druggists No. 3102. A. W. VANCE, Druggist & Chemi3t,

HEALDSBURG, CAL'A. SEIDLITZ POWDERS. Main Street, Suisun, Cal.

No. 3094. Dissolve the contents of a Blue and White paper separately in No. 3110.
two tumblers, each one-third filled with water. Mix, and drink
NEUTRALIZING CORDIAL immediately. SWEET SPIRITS OF NITRE.

DOSE.—For adults, a tablespoonful at intervals of % to 2 BREWER & ‘WELLS, City Drug Store, FOR FEVER. COLDS. Etc.

hours, increasing the dose and diminishing the time according to 14 Main Street, Walla Walla, W. T. For a child six months to a year old. 10 to 12 drops; five years
old. 25 drops ; ten years old. 40 drops; adults, one teaspootifuL
the violence of the symptoms. To children, l/2 the quantity. It No. 3103. Take in sweetened water, and repeat every three or four hours.

is not given as a purge, but to regulate the bowels. SOL CARBOLIC ACID-POISON. W. H. McLAUGHLIN, Druggist & Chemist,

R. E. COLLINS, Druggist and Apothecary, For healing Ulcers and Wounds. To be used Externally. 22d and Folsom and 26th and Mission Sts.. San Francisco.
Dilute with three parts of water. It causes smartness, but soon
4jj First Street, San Jose, Cal. No. 3111.
passes away.
No. 3095. A. E. COOK & CO., Drug-gists, SWEET SPIRITS OF NITRE.

NUMBER SIX. Front Street, Seattle, W. T. One month old. - - 5 drops. | F'ive years old. - - 25 drops, j
Six months old, - - 10 drops. Ten years old. - - 40 drops. .
DOSE. —For an adult, half a teaspoonful in a little water. Chil¬ No. 3104. One year old, - - - 12 drops. | Adults, - - - 1 teaspoonhiL |
dren in proportion to age.
SOLUTION OF MORPHIA. Take in sweetened water, and repeat every three or four hours, j
FOLSOM ST. PHARMACY, D. D. HUNT, Apothecary,
DObE.—For an adult, one teaspoonful. T. Gr. TDrvtg-gust,
5 th and Folsom Sts., San Francisco.
J. A. SOHLKE, Pioneer Drug Store, SANTA CEUZ, CAL.
No. 3096.
Merced, California. No 3112.
OIL OF TURPENTINE.
No. 3105. SWEET TINCTURE RHUBARB.
DOSE.—Five to thirty drops.
SPICED SYRUP RHUBARB. DOSE.—For adults, one-half to one fluid ounce. Children, ten
J. T. BAKER, Chemist and Apothecary, years old. 2 to 4 teaspoonfuls; five years old. 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls.
DOSE.—For an infant with Diarrhoea, H to 1 teaspoonful, re¬
peated every two hours till the passages indicate by their color KAHLER & BRO.. City Drug and Book Store,
that the medicine has operated. For adults, 2 to 3 teaspoonfuls.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON.
CHAS. WERTHMUELLER, Druggist A Chemist,
No. 3097. No. 3113.
Fish's Block, Georgetown, Colorado.
PAREGORIC. SYRUP OF IPECAC.

Two days old, * - - 2 drops. 1 One ye’ar old, * 10 drops. DOSE.—For children from one to twelve years old in croup,
ten drops to a teaspoonful. every ten minutes, until vomiting
Five days old, - - 5 drops. Twc years old, • 12 drops. is induced. As an expectorant for adults, from twenty to forty
drops, every two, three or four hours.
One week old, - - - 6 drops. | Ten years old, % teaspoontul.
From Gardiner’s New Drug- Store,
B. H.SCHACHT, Druggist and Chemist
JACKSON, CALIFORNIA. Cor. Pierce and Franklin Sts., Santa Clara, Cal

McNeil Bros,? Su n Josej Ca L.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

10 250, 15 Cents; 500, 22 Cents; 1000, 30 Cents.

No. 3114. No. 3122. No. 3130.

SYRUP OF IPECAC. SYRUP SQUILLS AND PARECORIC. TINCTURE OF LOBELIA.

Six months old, - - 5 drops. , Five years old, - - 20 drops. One week old, - - - 4 drops. 1 One year old, - - 15 drops. DOSE.—For a child one year old or under, 10 to 20 drops ;
One year old, - - 10 drops. Ten years old, * - 30 drops. One month old, - - 6 drops. | Ten years old, - - 30 drops. two to four years old, 20 to 30 drops; adults, 1 teaspoonful, in
Two years old. - - - 15 drops. | Adults, - 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls. warm tea or water. As an expectorant, take just enough to
Adults, 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls. sicken the stomach, repeating every three or four hours.
As an emetic, repeat every fifteen minutes till it acts. A. GRIGGS, Druggist and Apothecary,
HENRY KOHLER, Druggist & Chemist,
Krom J. W. MORGAN, Drug-gist, Maxwell, California.
Silver Street, Lake City, Colorado.
Waitsburg, Washington Territory. No. 3131.
No. 3123.
No. 3115. TINCT. MURIATE IRON.
SYRUP OF TOLU.
SYRUP OF POPPY. DOSE.—For adult as a tonic, 10 to 30 drops three times a day.
DOSE.—Adults, 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls. Children, 1 teaspoonful. Children in proportion to age. It should be largely diluted with
DOSE.—Adults, J4 to 1 fluid ounce. Children, ten years old, water. Rinse the mouth after taking.
2 to 4 teaspoonfuls; five years old, 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls ; infants, J. M. B. PARKER, Physician, and Pharmacist,
H to 1 teaspoonful. F. M. SPONOGLE, Druggist and Apothecary,
Castroville, Cal.
J. W. ANGELL, Druggist and Apothecary Battle Mountain, Nevada.
No. 3124.
Cor. First and Folsom Sts., San Francisco. No. 3132.
TARTARIC ACID.
No. 3116. TINCTURE OF MYRRH.
Consumers of Tartaric Acid, Carbonate of Soda and Cream of
SYRUP RHUBARB. Tartar, should be careful to discriminate between the Medicinal Used chiejly for Diseased Gums, Sore Throat, Etc.
and Commercial kinds. The latter being used in the Arts, and DIRECTIONS.—For spongy and bleeding gums, apply with a
DOSE.—As a laxative, to a child one year old, one teaspoonful. produced at low prices, much injury is sustained by using such sponge or soft brush. Por sore throat, use as a gargle. Always
for domestic purposes, from the Metallic Impurities they contain. dilute with water.
DR. W. H. BLUETT, Pinal Drug Store, J« K. pyKBAR, South End pharmacy^ From DR, A, HEYERMANN, Bryant Street Pharmacy,

PINAL, ARIZONA. S. E. Cor. Bryant and 6th Sts., San Francisco. Cor. 4th and Bryant Sts., San Francisco.

No. 3117. No. 3125. No. 3133.

SYRUP RHUBARB. TINCT. ACONITE LEAVES. TINCTURE OF RHUBARB.

DOSE.—For an infant with diarrhea, y2 to 1 teaspoonful every DOSE.—Ten to twenty drops. DOSE.—As a laxative, to a child one year old, one teaspoonful. *
two hours till the passages indicate by their color that the medi¬
cine has operated. For adults, 2 to 3 teaspoonfuls. RIGGS & MILLER, Druggists, J. D. GREGORY, Pioneer Drug Store,

From D. MURPHY, physician and Surgeon, Mill Street, Dallas, Oregon. Main Street, Winters, Cal.

Front St., Opp. Depot, Tulare City, Cal. No. 3126. No. 3134.

No. 3118. TINCT. ACONITE ROOT-POISON. WASHING AMMONIA.

SYRUP RHUBARB. DOSE.—For an adult, 3 to 10 drops. DIRECTION'S.—Use a tablespoonful of the fluid to a gallon of
water. Keep bottle corked and in a cool place.
DOSE.—As a purgative, for a child six months to one year old, C. W. FISCHER, Deutsche Apotheke,
l/2 teaspoonful; two to three years, 1 teaspoonful; six to eight From WHITAKER & RAY, Drugs and Medicines,
years, two teaspoontuls; fifteen years, 3 teaspoonfuls; adults, 1 332 First Street, San Jose, Cal.
to 2 tablespoonfuls. Repeat every 3 or 4 hours until it operates. C3-A.X.T, CWX,’_iV.
No. 3127.
IT. H- MEYER, Drug-gist, No. 3135.
1450 Seventh Street, Cor. Centre, Oakland, Cal. TINCTURE OF ARNICA.
WINE OF ANTIMONY.
No. 3119. To be used externally. Valuable in the treatment of Bruises,
Sprains, Tumors, Rheumatic Pains, Etc. DOSE.—As an expectorant, from 10 to 30 drops, frequently.
SYRUP OF SENNA. As an emetic for children, from 30 drops to 1 teaspoonfu1 until it
Bathe freely the parts affected, several times a day. Where the operates.
DOSE.—Adults, 1 to 4 teaspoonfuls. Children, ten years old, 1 to skin is broken, care should be taken to dilute well with water. ATHERDEN & CO., Druggists and Chemists,
2 teaspoonfuls; five years old, y to 1 teaspoonful.
^rozhs. T. *W. HiLMILTOIT, ZDr^g-^ist Brooks’ Building, Market St , Colusa, Cal.
A. ZA BALDA J\r0, Pharmacist, RIVERSIDE, CAL'A.
No. 3136.
1124 STOCKTON ST., SAN FRANCISCO. No. 3128.
WINE OF CQLCHiCUM ROOT.
No. 3120. TINCTURE OF CAMPHOR.
DOSE.—From 10 drops to 1 teaspoonful, three or four times a
SYRUP OF SQUILLS. DOSE.—From five drops to a teaspoonful, first added to sugar day, until its effects are experienced.
and then mixed with water.
DOSE.—For an adult, one teaspoonful every two hours and at W. E. McCARTNEY, Chemist,
bed time. For children, reduce the dose one-half; infants a few CHARLES H. MENTZ, Druggist,
drops sufficient. ~-Ta.le, IBrltisli Col-u-iriTtia..
Cor, Polk and Sacramento Sts,, San Francisco.
B. F. SAYLOR & CO., City Drug Store, No. 3137.
No. 3129.
Cor. Grant and First Sts., Goldendale, IF. T. WINE OF CQLCHICUM SEED.
TINCTURE OF IRON.
No. 3121. DOSE.—From 30 drops to 1 teaspoonful.
DOSE.—For an adult, 15 drops. Used as a Tonic and in Erysipe¬
SYRUP OF SQUILLS. las. Give three times a day. after meals, in considerable water. J. T. HALL & CO., Druggists,
1451 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland, Cal.
Six months old, - - 5 drops. 1 Five years old, - - 20 drops. ROBERT STURGEON, Druggist,
One year old. - - 10 drops. Ten years old, - - 30 drops.
Two years old, - - 15 drops. | Adults, - 1 to ? teaspoonfuls. CHAMBERLAIN, DAKOTA.

As an emetic, repeat every fifteen minutes till it acts.

HIGGINSON & CO., City Drug Store

Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon.

McNeil Mims*# Bmm Jose^ €J&L

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE.

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250,15 ets; 500,22 ets; 1000,30ets. 250, 35 Cents; 500, 50 Cents; 1000, 70 Cents. *n

No. 3138. No 3146. Any Address Inserted. No. 3152.

WINE OF IPECAC. JAS. W. DOSE—For a child one year old, 1 to 4 -drops; two to four
years old, 4 to 6 drops; four to 6 years old, 6 to 10 drops; six
DOSE.—For emetic, 2 teaspoonfuls to 1 fluid ounce. As an ex¬ (gfjcmht an3 Jl'potfjccanj; to ten years old, 10 to 15 drops; ten to fifteen years old, 15 to 20
pectorant, y2 to 1 teaspoonful. One teaspoonl'ul as an emetic to a mm miEMimw mir0 drops; fifteen to twenty years old, 20 to 25 drops; adults, 30 to 40
child one to five years old, and repeated every fifteen minutes drops.
until it operates. SAN FRANCISCO.
A. MERVY & CO., Druggists and Chemists From GEO. A. FOWLER, Druggist,
No. 3147. Any Name Inserted. Cor. 7th and Howard Sts., San Francisco.
Cor. Montgomery Ave. and Green St., San Francisco.
No. 3153.
No. 3139.
IFIROEMC DOSE.—For a child under one year old, one to two drops;
WORM SYRUP. two to four years old, two to three drops; four t:> six years old,
A.- O. TXT±-"A'S? iDr-ttggio-fc three to five drops ; six to ten years old, five to eight drops ; ten
DOSE.—For a child one year old, y2 teaspoonful; two years old, to fifteen years old. seven to ten drops; fifteen to twenty years
1 teaspoonful; three years old, il/2 teaspoonfuls; five years old, 2 S. E. Cor. J and 10th Sts., old, ten to twelve drops; adults, fifteen to twenty drops.
teaspoonfuls; eight years old, 2\2 teaspoonfuls; twelve years and
upwards, one tablespoonful. To be taken three times a day. SACRAMENTO. udMo Mo JFo mmmmwd

C. A. MOSHER, Apothecary, No. 3148. cDtuc|Cji;>l aitv1 Gficmist,
Main St., SUSANVILLE, CAL.
Fourth Street, Santa Ana, Cal. Beef, Iron and Wine
No. 3154.
No. 3140. Extract of Beef, Citrate of Iron and Sherrg Wine.
To he rubbed frequently on the
LAUDANUM—POISON. THIS preparation combines in a pleasant form the valuable nu¬ part affected.
tritious Tonic and Stimulating properties of its ingredients.
DOSE.—For a child under one year old, 1 to 2 drops; Prompt results will follow its use in impaired nutrition, impover¬ ZDr-wggis-fc
two to four years old, 2 to 3 drops; four to six years old, ishment of the blood and in general debility. Anui.T DOSE, Cor. Bush and Fillmore Sts.,
3 to 5 drops ; six to ten years old, 5 to 8 drops ; ten to fif¬ one tablespoonful, between meals. Dose for children should be
teen years old, 7 to 10 drops; fifteen to twenty years old, reduced according to age. SAN FRANCISCO.
10 to 12 drops; adults, 15 to 20 drops.
R. I, BILL, Druggist & Apothecary, No. 3155.
MAX FISCHER, Druggist,
Main Street, Cambria, San Luis Obispo County, Cal. June. Telegraph Ave. and Broadway, Oakland.

No. 3141. No. 3149.

LAUDANUM-POISON. DOSE—For adults, 1 to 3 tablespoonfuls. Children, 1 to 4 tea¬ DOSE.—For a child three days old, 3 drops; one week old, 5
spoonfuls. It may be rendered much more palatable by mixing drops; one month old. 8 drops; one year old, 15 drops ; five years
DOSE.—For a child one year old, 1 to 4 drops; two to with a little hot sweetened milk, and drinking immediately. old, 25 drops; adults, 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls. Repeat every two,
four years old, 4 to 6 drops; four to six years old, 6 to 10 three or four hours.
drops; six to ten years old, 10 to 15 drops ; ten to 15 years JNO. F. M'AIO,
old, 15 to 20 drops; fifteen to twenty years old, 20 to 25 jA.potla.eca.r37- a,rrd. Cliemist, EDWIN TAGGART, Druggist and Apothecary,
drops; adults, 30 to 40 drops.
19th St., Near Arlincton House, Bakersfield, Cal. Stanly St,, North of Court Honss, Ukiah, Cal.
F. GIESE, Jr., Druggist and Apothecary,
60 Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal. No. 3150. No. 3156.

No. 3142. DE0D0IilZED B1ENZINE. PAREGO]RIC.

PAREGORIC. Prepared express j for Erasing Paint , Oil, Grease, Etc., A pleasant anodyne and auti-spas?nodic, uch used to allevi-
from Silk, l/el jet, or other goods, and for Clean- aie Coughs, Pain in the Stomach and Bowels, to check
DOSE.—For a child two days old, 2 drops ; five days ing Kid Gloues, without injiiry to the Diarrhea, and in infantile cases to p roduce Sleep.
old, 5 drops; one week old, 6 drops; one year old, 10 Color or Materia/
drops; two years old, 12 drops; ten years old, one-half Two days old, ORDINARY DOSE.
teaspoonful; adults, 1 teaspoonful. SATURATE a piece of sponge or other soft material, rub lightly Five days old, - - - 2 drops. 1 One year ol d, - - 10 drops.
on the article to be cleaned, and place it in the air until it is dry. One week old,
From DR. C.B.LUCE, Druggist, Great care must be taken not to use the Benzine under a light, or - - 5 drops. . Two years ->ld, - - 12 drops.
in the vicinity of a flame. - - - 6 drops. | Ten years Id, 1-2 teaspoonful.
Is/Csuin. S"t-, G-enoa, GTe-v.
G. R. ALEXANDER, Druggist and Apothecary, Adults, one teaspoonful.
No. 3143.
PIOCHE, I’EViLIDiL. S. G. SKIDMORE & CO.
PAREGORIC—POISON. Druggists and Apothecaries,
No. 3151.
DOSET—For a child three days old, 3 drops; one week 151 FIRST ST., PORTLAND, OR.
old, 5 drops; one month old, 8 drops; one year old, 15 CONCENTRATED ESSENCE
drops; five years old, 25 drops; adults, 1 to 2 teaspoon¬ No. 3157.
fuls. Repeat every two, three or four hours. M1I1I GINGER
w mo r m r 11 p *,
F. M, WILKINS, Druggist and Apothecary, For Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, Flatulent Colic, Nausea, M.
JVillawette StEugene City, Oregon. Enfeebled State of Alimentary Canal, Etc.
DOSE.—For a child one year old, half a teaspoonful; two years
No. 3144. DOSE.—For an adult, from to 1 teaspoonful; for a child one old, one teaspoonful; three years old, one ana a half teaspoon¬
year old, 1 to 3 drops ; three years old, 5 to 8 drops; ten years fuls; five years old, two teaspoonfuls ; eight years old, two and a
C!-A/CTTI02>T- old, 15 to 20 drops. Always take in a little water. half teaspoon uls; twelve years old and upwards, one tablespoon¬
ful. To be taken three times a dav.
Be careful to keep this Medicine out of the HADSELL & REED, Druggists
way of children, as the effect of too large a •**]. S. DR(IRY,T^
quantity at one time would be unpleasant and MONTEREY, CAL.
attended with danger. CHEMIST .A-TSTID Detjggist,
From DR. J. N. LONG, Druggist and Apothecary, 0ficstcv Cuevvii,, 0orticv IStfv street,

Sheridan, Placer Co., Cal. BAKERSFIELD, CAL.

No. 3145.

CAUTION.

As the sale of Poisonous Substances is always
attended with risk, it is earnestly requested that
this Preparation be kept out of the way or Chil¬
dren, and not where food is kept.
O. EEC. 1-IALLO'I'-, J3r-u.gr grist,

HEPPNER, OREGON.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

12 250, 15 Cents; 500, 22 Cents; 1000, 30 Cents.

No. 3158. No. 3166. No. 3174.

AQUA FORTIS. MORPHINE. PARECORIC. POISON.

POISON. POISON. For a child 2 days old, 2 drops; 5 days old,
5 drops; i week old, 6 drops; 1 year old, 10
ANTIDOTE.—Carbonate of Soda. Potash, Lime, Magnesia. Chalk, ANTIDOTE.—Strong emetics or stomach pump; dash cold drops;* 2 years old, 12 drops; 10 years old, one-
Calcined Magnesia. water in face; keep in motion: strong coffee; artificial respira¬ half teaspoonful; adults, 1 teaspoonful.
tion ; galvanic battery.
STTIDIE: c2c X>r^.g*g*ists. ANTIDOTE.—Strong coffee, without milk or sugar; after which,
C„ A. McCASH, Druggist, Adin, Cal, to produce vomiting, a tablespoonful of mustard mixed in warm
Mineral Park, Arizona. water, or grease in warm water. Tickle the throat with a feather.
No. 3167. The body to be kept in constant motion, by walking about.

MURIATIC ACID. A. R. BOOTH. Eagle Drug Store, San Luts ODispo, Cal.

No. 3159. POISON. No. 3175.

ARSENIC. ANTIDOTE.—Carbonate of Soda. Potash, Lime, Magnesia, STRYCHNINE.
Chalk, Calcined Magnesia.
POISON. POISON.
M. OBERDEENER, Druggist, Santa Clara, Cal.
ANTIDOTE. —Lime Water, in copious draughts, emetics of Sul¬ ANTIDOTE.—Emetics to he given at once. If nothing more
phate of Zinc, Flax Seed Tea, Infusion of Slippery Him. No. 3168. suitable at hand, mustard mixed in warm water, or grease in warm
water, to produce vomiting. Afterwards, very strong tea, without
A. B. STEWART, Prescription Druggist NITRATE OF SILVER. milk or sugar.

Nos. 8 and jo Main Street, RODtE, CAL. POISON. A. McDERMOTT, Druggist, Oroville, Cal.

No. 3160. ANTIDOTE. —Common salt, dissolved in water. Then an No. 3176.
emetic, made by mixing a tablespoonful of mustard in warm wa¬
BICHROMATE OF POTASH ter and drink freely of it.

POISON. F. P. WEGSTEIN, Druggist, GENOA. NEVADA. SUGAR OF LEAD.

ANTIDOTE.—Emetic, made by mixing a tablespoonful of mus¬ No. 3169. •ft* POISON.
tard in water. Then sugar and water; afterwards milk.
NITRIC ACID. ANTIDOTE.—Give Milk or White of Egg, in large quantities.
From G. C PORTER, Druggist and Pharmacist,
Hollister, California. POISON. S. P. TATE, Druggist and Apothecary,
954 7th Street, Oakland, Cal.
No. 3161. ANTIDOTE.—Carbonate of Soda, Potash, Lime, Magnesia, Chalk,
Calcined Magnesia.
CALOMEL. No. 3177.
Prom WM. McCl RDY, Apothecary,
POISON. • Cor. Main and Sutter Sts., Stockton, Cal. SULPHURIC ACID.

ANTIDOTE.—White of raw eggs. beaten up with water or milk, No. 3170. POISON.
or wheaten flour, beaten up in water.
& NUX VOMICA. ANTIDOTE.—Carbonate of Soda, Potash, Lime, and Magnesia.
Z. T. COWDRY, Pharmaceutical Chemist, _Water must NOT be taken.
Cor. Santa Clara and Second Sts.. SAN JOSE, CAL. POISON.
H. J. GODFREY, Drugs & Medicines, Live Oak, Cal.
No. 3162. ANTIDOTE.—Vomit freely by mixing a tablespoonful of mus¬
tard in water. Strong black tea, without milk or sugar, or oak No. 3178.
CARBOLIC ACID. bark tea. without milk or sugar.
WALTER ST. JOHN, Druggist, Salinas, Cal. TINCTURE ACONITE.
POISON.
No. 3171. POISON.
ANTIDOTE.—Emetic, made by mixing one tablespoonful of
mustard in warm water, or grease in warm water. Afterwards, OIL OF VITRIOL. ANTIDOTE.—No time must be lost. An emetic, made by mix¬
ammonia, whisky or other stimulants. ing a tablespoonful of mustard in water. Then take strong coffee,
POISON. without milk or sugar.
T. J. BRINTON, Druggist, Colusa St., Orland, Cal.
ANTIDOTE.—Carbonate of Soda, Potash, Lime, Magnesia. L. VAN FOSSEN, Druggist, Biggs, Cal.
No. 3163. Water must NOT be taken.
No. 3179.
CHLOROFORM. ME1NEMAN & SOYER, Pioneer Drug Store, Globe, A. T.
•n- TINCT. BELLADONNA.
^9 POISON. No. 3172. POISON.
ANTIDOTE —No time must be lost An emetic made by mix¬
ANTIDOTE. - Pour cold water over the head and face; use arti¬ poison.
ficial respiration: galvanic battery. ing a tablespoonful of mustard in water. Then take strong coffee,
ANTIDOTE.—strong coffee, without milk or sugar; after which, without milk or sugar. Galvanic battery.
From MRS. M. McCONNELL, Druggist and Apothecary, to produce vomiting, mix a tablespoonful of mustard in warm wa¬ VANDAL & CO., Druggists and Chemists, Park Row, Alameda, Cal.
ter, or grease in warm water. Tickle the throat with a feather.
Smartsville, Cal’a. I In body to be kept in constant motion, by walking about. No. 3180.

No. 3164. From J. H. DAY, Druggist, Walla Walla, W. T. TINCTURE OF IODINE.

CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE. No. 3173. POISON.

•‘4srS?*1 BED BUC POISON. OXALIC ACID. ANTIDOTE —Vomit, made by mixing a tablespoonful of mus¬
tard in warm water. Then drink freely of gruel, arrowroot or
ANTIDOTE.—White of eggs or wheat flour, beat up with water, POISON. boiled starch, and this to be continued until the matter vomited
to produce vomiting. Afterwards, milk. is '>f the natural color.
ANTIDOTE.—Carbonate of Soda, Potash, Lime, Magnesia, Chalk,
J. B. MORRIS, Druggist, Mt. Idaho, Idaho. Calcined Magnesia. R 8 M ARKELL, Druggist & Bookseller, Cloverdale, Cal.

No. 3165. ADOLPH KAHN, Drug-gist and Chemist, No. 3181.
1102 Market St., June. Turk. San Francisco.
LAUDANUM. POISON. WHITE PRECIPITATE.

For ? child under i year old, i to 2 drops: 2 to POISON.
4 years, 2 to 3 drops: 4 to 6 years, 3 to 5 drops;
_ _ I 6 to 10 years, 5 to 8 drops; xo to 15 years, 7 to ANTIDOTE.—White of egg, beaten up with water or milk, or
10 drops; 15 to 20 years, 10 to 12 diops; adults, is to 20 drops._ wheaten flour beaten up.
ANTIDOTE.—Strong coffee, without milk or sugar; after whii h,
to produce vomiting, mustard mixed in warm water, or grease in From I. ZD. ZZOZDZDEZ'T, -A-p0tla.eca.r3r,
warm water. Tickle the throat with a feather. The body to be Cor. Main and HI Dorado Sts., Stockton, Cal.
kept in constant motion, by walking about._

CHAS. MENTZ, Apothecary, Eureka, Cat.

McNcJl Brag., San Jose,, CaL

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE.

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

250, 15 Cents; 500, 22 Cents; 1000, 30 Cents. 13

No. 3182. No. 3191.

POISON. POISON.

I. D. SPONOGLE, M. D., Physician and Apothecary, S. OBERDEENER, Druggist,
Santa Clara, Cal.
Cecrlin., - ITeTrada.
No. 3192.
No. 3183. No. 3201.

•n- POISON.
POISON.
G. A. SHERMAN, Druggist
JCSEFH •3TO*U~:kTGr, ilpotliecary,
1114 Folsom Street, San Francisco. Main Street, Martinez, Cal.

No. 3184. No. 3193.

POISON. POISON.

JDttTJG- STORE, 'I' R. M. WOOLLEY, Apothecary,
MENDOCINO. CAL. Cor. Clay and Webster Sts., San Francisco.

No. 3185. No. 3194.

POISON. POISON.

J. C. SCRIBNER, Druggist, Angel's Camp, Cal. X H. JOHNSON, Druggist, Lafayette, Or.

No. 3186. No. 3195. No. 3204.

Acid. Acid. TINCTURE BELLADONNA.

i^oisoisr. POISON. POISON.

SMITH D. TOWHE, Chemist and Druggist, S. P. GUIBERSON, Druggist. J. F. YORBA, Druggist,
Santa ^eu-vals., Osul. 25 Congress St.. Tucson. A. T.
Main Street, near Phoenix Block, Petaluma. Cal. No. 3206.

‘No. 3187. •No. 3198. TINCTURE NUX VOMICA.

CARBOLIC ACID. BED BUG POISON. POISON.
From N. BIEBER & CO., Druggists,
‘H* POISON. HANDLE WITH CARE.
Eietcr, CslI.
A. LERNHART, Druggist and. Apothecary, WELCH BROS., Pharmacists, No. 3207.
Cor. 4th and I Streets, East Portland, Oregon.
33 NORTH C STREET. VIRGINIA, NEVADA. RED PRECIPITATE.

•No. 3188. •No. 3197. POISON.

CHLOROFORM. A CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE. PIONEER DRUG STORE,
POISON. DAYTON. CAL.
FOISO 3ST-
J. M. WALKER, Druggist and Chemist, ‘No. 3208.
WM. A. WEIGHT, Druggist, Linkville, Or. CORINNE, UTAH.
WHITE PRECIPITATE.
No. 3189. •No. 3198.
POISON.
-jt-l MURIATIC ACID. Mg RAT POISON.
HANDLE WITH CARE. P. F. CHAPMAN, Apothecary,
DFOISOTST. Porterville. Cal.

O. A, JONES Sc. CO., Pharmacists, From N. H. SHEPHERD, Druggist, *ANY POISON INSERTED.

Cor. 5th and Main Sts., Pitkin, Colorado. <&%> , T’\7*2aeoL-tlsu2a<a.. OslI.

•No. 3190. •No. 3199.

OXALIC ACID. Q SPIRITS OF SALTS.

IFOISOTST. POISON.
G.F. HANSON & CO., Druggists, Lodi, O&L

*ANY POISON INSERTED. *ANY POISON INSERTED.

M©Noffl liras., Sun JosCy €ul

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14 MjseeIIn nc'Q mb HabeJSt

•No. 3209-250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c. No. 3217—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c. No. 3224—250, 25c; 500, 35c; 1000, 50c.

I CASTOR OIL. 1| |At,C#»OT .OURBON WHISKY.^
I- m
A. M. RUIZ, Druggist, FOR MEDICINAL USE ONLY.
IIPacificFH. HoImLLeEoRp,aJtRh.ic& CO.,
Pharmacy,! State Str-eet, Droxn. 8, B-. HITSKES,.
I Santa Barbara, California. -aCDriig and Variety Store,Ik,_
1 COR. GEARY AND DUPONT STS., S. F.
No. 3218 -250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1C00, 80c. ^JVIAIN STREET, QUINCY, CAL.^
“No. 3210—250, 20c; 500, 30c ; 1000, 40c.
rv No. 3225—250, 25c; 500, 35c; 1000, 50c.
| m-mmiE WMnrmm. *
WITH GLYCERINE, 6nlfl ipicsscil
•V; - $
For Snapped Hands, Sore Lips, Etc. ICJISTOR_OIIj.(
vv
BERNARD MAYER, LATIMER <Sc CO. PREPARED AT

IxnggiBt anil ^pctfeiecarg, | Drugs and Patent Medicines, DR. STUART CRICHTON’S
Central Drus Store,
yv \WATER STREET, PORT TOWNSEND, W. T./
SONORA, CAL.
2$ MAYFIELD, CAL. V No. 3219—250, 25c; 500, 35c; 1000, 50c.
No. 3226-250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c.
:;AkA:-:A;-;A:-:AxAxA;-:A>:AxAxA;-:AxAvAxA?» L. BURKS, Druggist and Apothecary,

*No. 3211—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c. Next door to P. 0 , FRESNO. CAL.

MOORE & CO.

Importing and Wholesale Druggists,

5a YATES STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. y.

•No. 3212—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c.

41’GUM ARABIC.

FROM

F. T. MAYNARD, Druggist, d

Petaluma, Cal’a. i No. 3220—250, 25c; 500, 35c; 1000, 50c. No. 3227—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c.

•No. 3213—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c. MODEL EHUG STORE, 3'te® liiinili®

DR. FEflRN’S PP^RM/iCY, E.,

<pQT]UimLl 1{€ik ©11 - D. S. HOFFMAN,
Dria.ggi.srfc axid. A.po-fclj.ocar5r
^52SHSBSHSHSE 5H525BLSBSHSHHHSH SHS'HSSSSSHSHSt^l ., Cor. 3d and Union Sts., Seattle, W. T ^
SILVER ST., LAKE CITY, COLORADO.
No. 3221—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c.
fe> 10th and Washington Sts., Oakland, Sal. <-5

No. 3228 - 250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000. 40c.

No. 3214—250. 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c. QUININE.

mm m m♦ ▼± ^A vA ▼A ▼A ▼A. ▼▲ ▲▼♦ ▲▼ ^

-M: MISED

# PEACOCK & McGIBBON,

J. W. DAVIS & CO., Druggists, -ssSWEET m&. Druggists,
SAN BERNARDINO, CAL.
Main St., Candelaria, Nevada. Dr. DEXTER WITTER, Druggist, Fulton, Cal.
yjj& -y^' ''yj&' vjtF 4i»* Prescriptions Compounded at All Hours
M M/,. My,. My,. M. M My,. My,. My,. No. 3222—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c.
No. 3229—250. 20c; 500. 30c; 1000. 40c.
*No. 3215—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c. Jl J AM ES SCH MI EG

\ GEO. G. THAXTER, Wtp LINIMENT.

. : Chemist and Apothecary. W I'lil, SITKA, ALASKA. ,1 To be rubbed frequently on the
No. 3223—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c part affected.
fa. } CARSON, NEVADA.
\ DR. E». H. CUTLER,
rnm mm <d mmmmmmmm m s 3?fcL3rsicia,iL a,n.cL ZDr-u.g-g-i.3t,
ROBERT p. KIlJ10RK,->
•No. 3216—250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c Druggist and Apothecary, LIVERMORE, CAL.

wiwmmmmmxmxmxm r ■ 033 FELLOWS' BUILDINC, RED BLUFF, CAL. No. 3230-250, 20c; 500, 30c; 1000, 40c.

IJLliiVERBENA WATER. 2

* For the Toilet.

©« H, DTTITIIAlyfix

AM MEN: & HANCE, t an fiecanj

DRUG 6ash Store, COR. UNION AND SECOND STS.,
B | ^ ' \ 253 FIRST ST., SAN JOSE. CAI
InwKWMwmxswx& THE DALLES, OREGON.

*The Name of Any Article Inserted.

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AM_> CUT," RhADY ""FOR USE

FGKS ORDERS OVER 11,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE US) ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

Blank and. Address B a foeIs. 15

No. 3231—250, 15c; 500, 22e; 1000, 30c. No. 3240 -250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1001, 81.20. No. 3247—250, 30c; 500, I No. 3248—250, 25c; 500,
d.;au 45c; 1000, 60c. | 35c; 1000, 50c.
A'
■Ol C.G.P0RTEK,

£. A. MOREMEAD, Druggist and Apothecary, || J.M.BRECK,Jr.&CO. Trimmed close to bor¬
ders, by machinery, with¬
Watsonville Drug Store, |§|j Druggists and Apothecaries, out extra charge.
No. 3249—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c.
WATSONVILLE, CAL. ;j Cor. Morrison and 5th Streets, Portland, Or.
No. 3232—250, 30c; 500, 45c; 1000, 60c. No. 3250-250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.
H‘ =
SCUDAMORE, REYNOLDS & CO.
No. 3241—250, 30c; 500, 45c; 1000, 60c.
Ilriiggists mill Mrrcliants,
LAKEPORT and UPPER LAKE, CAL'A.

No. 3233—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c.

JEZ _ IE _ QUEEN", No. 3242-250, 15c; 500, 22c; 1000, 30c.

cX'^uc)giot cntb 0-IVcmiot, from:
West Side Virginia Street, RENO, NEVADA.
S. H. ANGELL'S DRUG STORE
No. 3234—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, SI.20.
BUTTE CITY, CAL.

Ill the Labels shown on this page the wording can be
changed to suit at the prices quoted. They can also be
printed in Green, Lake or Brown Inks, at 20 per cent
added to the price for Black Ink.

No. 3243—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c.

No. 3251—250, 30c ; No. 3252.
500, 45c; 1000, 00c. 250, 25c; 500, 35c;

1000, 50c.

DR. J. H. GH3TWOOD, No. 3244—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No. 3253—250, 30c; 500, No. 3254—250, 25c;
45c; 1000, 60c. 500, 35c ; 1000, 50c.
HDruLg'g'ist and. Bools: Seller,

Jiff sonic Building,

ASHLAND, OREGON.

HUSBANDS . W. STOCKER,

Post St. Pharmacy. J

" Post & Buchanan Sts., S.F. /

No. 3255. No. 3256.

250, 25c; 500, 35c; 1000, 50c.

few. RULE,HI

nJ -ca- 3.-. *n

N. W. Cor. 3d

Howard. S. F. i_
HSHSESaSHStC

No. 3257-250, 30c; 500, No. 3258-250 30c; 500,
45c; 1000, 60c. 45c; 1000, 60c.

Ira XI. RYAN,
Druggist,
E. J. FORSYTHE,
1170 BROADWAY,
^'Druggist and Apothecary, Opp. 14th Street.

North New City Hall, (jj) O g^IKULgYlSriD.
■!' BROWNSVILLE, OREGON, ^ji

No. 3259-250, 25c; No. 3260—250, 25c;
500, 35c; 1000, 50c. 500, 35c: 1000, 50c.

git 'Jiijyiiii MgjjK iiHQir nijijjfi: p.eidee!
‘UtMggist,
| R. A. ROSS & CO. €
504 BUSH ST.. S. F. ■
ir Di^ugg i stns, i

PT Silverton, Oregon. ^
Ifir. julfJliu. atfe. autntSsL mllllhit .tAl.1^

MeMeil Bees*? Ban Jose# €al*

WHERE UNGUtVIlVIED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTiLATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

16 Fill and Tnilmt hahmM*

No. 3261. No. 3262. No. 3270—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, SI.00. No. 3274. No. 3279. No. 3280.

250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. 250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, SI 00. 250, 45c; 500, 65c; 1000. 90c. 250, 35c; 500, 50c;
1000, 70c.

BLUE

PILLS.;
l BartItorganiCo J

No. 3263. No. 3264.

250, ,35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.

No. 3271—250. 55c: 500, 75c; 1000, SI. 10. No. 3275—250, 55c; 500, 75c; 1001, SI. 10. No. 3281—250, 40c;

54? 54* 500, 60c; 1000, sOc.

54? 54?

No. 3265—250, 45c; 500, 65c; 1000, 90c. All Round and Oval
Labels are Trimmed to
Borders, by Machinery,
without extra charge,

v 'V V No. 3282—250, 45c; 5C0, 65c;
1000, 90c.
^t*fL
No. 3283—250, 60c; 501, 70c; 1000, $1.00.
No. 3272—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, SI.20. NO. 3276—250. 70c; 500. 95c; 1000, SI.40.
No. 3266—250,50c; 500,70c; 1000,81.00.
No. 3277-250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, SI. 20.
/$> ..

§ fftfc (Jlysmiig. ^

©

For the Complexion.

A Soothing and Agreeable Preparation
for the Toilet.

D, B, CAMPBELL, )

3Dr-eLgTirist.
Cor. Fort and Douglas Sts., __

VICTORIA, B. C.

No. 3267—250, 55c; 500,75c; 1000, SI.10.

No. 3273—250, 60c; 500,85c; 1000, SI. 20.

No. 3284—250, 55c; 500, 75c; 1000, SI. 10.

No. 3268- 250, 45c ; 500, 65c; 1000, 90c. •cS u No. 3278-250, si.00; 500, si.40; 1000, S2.00. =
■p o3Co<
P.F. CHAPMAN , For Restoring, Beautifying and Preserving the Comolex- e,® £
?Sb'01~
-*(-Druggi ion, Preventing Cutaneous Eruptions. Chapping and Ob¬
viating too Copious Perspiration, Removing and Pre- 1 £ Ot)
OINTMENT. venting Freckles, Pimples, Tan and all Discoloration, / 32

making the Skin soft and velvet like. ® -2.SI NO. 3285—250, 60c; 500,85c; 1000,31.20
*® h^-'CtDr1
No. 3269—250, 60c ; 500, 85c; 1000, SI.20. PREPARED ONLY AT
tor03sci+rp
PIONEER DRUG STORE, .303®
g-e-cPS?
S El COUNT ID ST.
DAYTON , CAL. S 4°Zn

i (Will Push' e+ Ory

Preserving the Teeth and Hard¬ ►gi*
ening the Gums.
ilw
PREPARED BY
© ©- ct-
c. A. CLINTON,
03 03 L_a©

2 °2

PB03-

U) B ®
O ® ®0

to Sli
cr„ o _

I SMS'
g-Spc
© 1 - ct

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE.

No. 3288—250, 70c; 500, 95c; 1000, §1.40. No. 3287—250, 80c; 500, §1.10; 1000, $1.60. 17

No. 3288—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, §1.80.

No. 3290—250, §1.10; 500, 1.60; 1000, §2.25

No. 3289—250, §1.00; 500, §1.40; 1000, $2.00.

No. 3292—250, §1.35; 500, $1 90; 1000, §2.75.

No. 3291—250, §1.25; 500, $1.75; 1000, §2.50.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

18 Miscellii negus Qval M&&©!&*

No. 3293-250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No. 3301—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.

All Oval and Round Labels are cut WITS
close to borders, by machinery, with¬
out extra charge. GLYCERINE.
For Chapped Hands, Face, Ups, Sunburn, Etc., Etc.
In any of the Labels shown on this
No. 3294—250, 10c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c. page the Name of the Article will be L Directions.—Rub a little of it well on the affected parts,
No. 3295—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. changed without extra charge, but especially after washing, and at bed-time.
where an entire change of wording
is ordered, a slight advance (sufficient RILEY & TRACY, ORUCCiSTS, -o-
to cover the additional labor) will be
added to the prices here given. ^ t^,4V°OD ^

All Labels shown in Black Ink can No. 3302—250, 70c; 500, 95c; 1000, $1.40.
be printed in Green, Lake or Brown
Ink, for 20 per cent added to the
price of Black Ink, or in Two Colors
for 50 per cent extra.

rr v

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

No. 3305-250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. Bisppnsing B a bels. 19

No. 3311—250. 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No. 3317—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c.

For . spoonful every. .hours. No. ....Date,. \C. W FtSCHER'a Deutsche Apotheke,
Take .Dr. Take. , spoonful every.hours.
No. 332 First St., San Jose, Cal.
For... ...Dr..
No. Date,
DR. O. Gr. STRONG, W. E, EDWARDS.
Druggist arid, Jipptfeeparjr M-D).
Bijuggist and (f!hemist,
21 THIRD ST, - SAN FRANCISCO. Maia St», Santa Ana, Cal. No. 3318—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1C0O, 31.00.

No. 3306—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No. 3312—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c

For. No.Date,.
Take.spoonful.times a day. Take.spoonful.times a day.
No..Dr. For.Dr..

HENRY SENGSTACKEN, R. C. HUNTER, M. D„

IDrixg'g'ist suxcL -A-potR-ecscr^, PHYSICIAN -A-3STI3 SURGEON
MARSHFIELD, OREGON. Meridian, Cal'a.

No. 3307—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No. 3313- 250, 35c ; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.

For. No..Date,.
Take.teaspoonful every.hours.
Take.teaspoonful every hours.

No.. Dr. For.Dr..

a)®, ©* ©®®g©siJ3Jt9 EVERHART & JENNINGS,

Physician and Surgeon, CITY DRUG STORE,
PINAL, - ABIZONA.
NICOLAUS, SUTTER CO., CaL.

No. 3308—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No 3314—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.

For. No.Date,.

Take teaspoonful.times a day. Take teaspoonful . times a day.

Xo.Dr.. For.Dr..

GEORGE H. NELSON, T. SHOTBOLT,
Dispensing and Family Chemist,
Western Addition Pharmacy,
COR. POST AND BUCHANAN STS , S, F. JOHNSON STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.

No. 3309—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No. 3315 -250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.

For. No...

Take .tablespoon/'ul every hours. Prescribed by Dr..
Dose,. spoonful every.hours.
No..Dr...
MELVINT &g CO.
REDPATH & MONTAGUE, Druggists and Apothecaries,
_^Druggists and Booksellers, Ik-—
COR. 12th ST. AND SIXTH AVE , EAST OAKLAND
MAIN STREET, JEFFERSON, OREGON.
No. 3316 250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.
No. 3310—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.

For . iV O.

Take. tablespoonful.limes a day. Prescribed by Dr.

No. Dr. Dose,.spoonful.times a day.

Berwick' $ n/ivijs, A. ZABALDANO, Apothecary
Dealers in Drugs and Medicines,
1124 STOCKTON STREET,
NEW TACOMA, w. T. SAN FRANCISCO.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

No. 3321—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. No. 3325-250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, §2.00.

No. 3322—250, 60c; 500, 85c ; 1000, $1.20. No. 3326-250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60.

No. 3323—250, 75c; 500, $100; 1000, $1.50. 1i) unctions

J. Q, HAYES, Druggist and Chemist, B. J. RHODES & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries,

SILVERTON, OREGON. KNOX BLOCK, SAN JOSE, CAL.
No. 3327-250, 70c; 500, 95e; 1000, $1.40.
A_*
B. J. EH0EES & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries,

KNOX BLOCK, SAN JOSE, CAL.

....**.'*.' '*•'*•'.

No. 3328—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.

B. J. RHODES & CO., Druggists and Apothecaries, $£>

.....KNOX BLOCK, SAN JOSE, CAL. _

.~

In all Dispensing Labels the words No., Dr., Date, For, Direc¬
tions, Etc., can be printed, omitted, or changed to suit. They
can also be furnished with or without dotted lines, as desired.

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE.

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

No. 3331—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. No. 3337—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00.

In all Dispensing Labels the
words. No., Dr., Date, For, Di¬
rections, Etc., can be printed,
omitted, or changed to suit.
They can also be furnished
with or without dotted lines,

as desired.

All Labels shown in Black
Ink can be printed in Green,
Lake or Brown Ink, for 20 per
cent added to the price of the
same Labels as shown in Black
Ink, or in Two Colors for 50
per cent extra.

J. W. WARBOYS, Druggist and Apothecary,

FOITHTH STREET.

Under Occidental Hotel, Santa Rosa, Cal.

9to. Tt.

Do NOT Cut or Mutilate this Booh, but order by Number of the Pattern.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

l)i&pensjmg lye Is,

McNeil Mros., San J'me, €&!,

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

23

No. 3355—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c. No. 3359—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c. No. 3360—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, 81.20.

MELVIN & CO.,

Drug-gists and Apothecaries,
Cor. 12th St. and 6th Ave.,

EAST OAKLAND, CAL.

No. 3356—250, 55c; 500, 75c; 1000, 81.10. In all Dispensing Labels the No. 3361-250, 75c; 500, 81.00; 1000, $1.50.
words No., Dr,, Date, For, Di¬
pox & eesrsaa. rections, Etc., can be printed,
omitted, or changed to suit.
Druggists, They can also be printed with
or without dotted lines, as de¬
Wirepin Block, Third Street, sired.
SAN BERNARDINO, - CAL’A.
All Labels shown in Black
Ink can be printed in Green,
Lake or Brown Ink, for 20 per
cent added to the price of Black
Ink, or in two colors for 50 per
cent extra.

No. 3357-250, 75c; 500, 81.00; 1000, $1.50.

MELVIN Sz CO.,

Druggists and. Apothecaries,

Cor. 12th St. and 6th Avenue,

East Cal-a. No. 3361i—250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c No. 3362—250, 55c; 500, 75c: 1000, $1.10.

JOSEPH YOUNG A pothecaru. =i
—,

No. Dr.

No. &

Dr.
rV. :

No. 3358—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. tsA ■
1114 Folsom St., San Francisco. B

No. 3363—250, SI.00; 500, $1.40; 1001. $’.00

n. HVH ^ IR T IIST,

City Drug Store,

McNeil MvoSiy Snn Joge» CaL

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

24

No. 3367—250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1 30 They can also be furnished with or rr=Jr=Jr=
without dotted lines, as desired.
M Im

H. E. WRIGHT,

No. 3308 250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, 81.00. L

*k HjiVo. Dr..
Apothecary,
Druggist & S |Directions:
Market & 6th Sts. SAN FRANCISCO.
a 3 ofilSiso *
No. Dr.
Directions: Chemist and Apothecary,
Cor. 9th and Mission Sts. SAN FRANCISCO.

No. Dr. |.
Directione:
ji BO DIE PHARMACY,
J? Next Door to Geo. Gillson, Bodie, Cal,

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE*

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

Jims 25

No. 3370-250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, *1.50. Any Initial Inserted. No. 3385-250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, *1.20.

V O' - .a*..
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No. 3381.
250, 30c; 500, 45c; 1000, 60c.

A. Q. SMITH & CQ.t

Wholesale and Retail Druggists,;

154 Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. y

iiiiMiiiiniiiiiiiMiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin

No. 3386—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00.

DRUGGIST,
118 Main Street,
i|;-LOS ANGELES, CAL'A.$|S

No. 3379—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. RILET &. TRACT,
No. 3380. Druggists and Apothecaries,

250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c. Hailey, Wood River, Idaho.

No. 3383—250, 55c; 500, 75c; 1000, $1.10.

No.. Dr.
Directions :

No. 3388—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1 00.

LINIMENT.

G. C. PORTER, Druggist,
Hollister, Cal’a.

■•.•■VA-AV.I

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

Z, #26
Dispensing bcls.

No. 3393—250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, 81.30. No. 3398 -250, 45c; 500, 65c; 1000, 90c.

No. 3389—250, 75c; 500, §1.00; 1000, 81.50.

No. 3399-250, 50c; 500,70c; 1000, 81.00.

No. 3390—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, 81.20.

C. F. HEIN2EMAN, No. 3400—250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, 81.30.
Drug-gist and Chemist,

No 3391—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, 81.00. 72 Main Street, Lafranco Building,
No. 3392—250, 40c; 500, 60c ; 1000, 80c. LOS ANGELES, CAT.

No. 3396—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, 81.00.

\I.OIIS WEINJI
ANN'
CITY PHARMACYY,, \

No. Date
Dr..
Directions:

Cor. X'xxst and XT Streets,
BENICIA, CAL'A.

No. 3397 -250, 45c; 500, 65c; 1000, 90c.

^ B. THAYEE,\

APOTHECARIES’ HALL. '

Cor. New Montgomery and Market Streets, y

SAN FRANCISCO. /

McNeill San Jase^ Ga)l7,/

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT READY FOR USE

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

27

No. 3402—250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30. No. 3405—250, 45c; 500, 65c; 1000, 90c. No. 3412—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c.

pi* & CoT^

w HDru-g-g-ists,

COR. 2d AND COURT STS., THE DALLES, OREGON.

No. .For.

Directions: 1

::::.:.:.L::.I

OSBURN & SHOEMAKER,

mpHUpy DRUGGISTS.
COMMERCIAX, IRO'W,
J. S. WILLIAMS, PREPARED AT
RENO, - NEVADA.
I Front Street Drug Store, MONTEREY CO. PHARMACY,
FRONT STREET, For
P. O. Building,
Modesto, C_A.ir.A-.
SALINAS, CAL.
For
DIRECTIONS:

Dr.
Directions

McNeil Bros'} Sfi n Jose» CaL

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

28 Citra to of Magnesia L a hols*

No. 3416—250, $1.25; 500, SI. 75; 1000, $2 50. No. 3417—250, $1.25; 500, $1.75; 1000, $2.50.

^LlcEilEiL rcdJc^cdJc^cdfclfELnELEL/^ lEBJc£JcdfElfcEJiBfc2JrEPr?Jc^fcEil' cLfc-L cx . f* S

jpSP®**—~ •• 1• v '•

m. % Of

lail
7t

THIS Refrigerant and Laxative Preparation is well known as 0
an agreeable substitute for Epsom Salts, Seidlitz Powders, and
the Saline Cathartics generally. 6iirate*oi*M

The contents of this bottle is a full purgative dose; for children, T'MIS Refr*£erant and Laxative Preparation is well known as an agreeable
from a tablespoonful to a wineglassful may be given, and repeated AAAO substitute for Epsom Salts, Seidlitz Powders, and the Saline Cathar-
if required. The bottle should be kept well corked. tics generally.
The contents of this bottle is a full purgative dose; for children, from
PREPARED BY ♦ ;o
a tablespoonful to a wine-glassful may be given, and repeated if required.
OTOHCN Ft, MEISTER. The bottle should be kept well corked.
APOTHECARY,
PREPARED BY
Odd f ellows’ Temple, K sad 91b. Sts.,
iCMSS. C. ¥SLKER,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
Half Moon Bay Drug Store,
^rr_jz~rrrrrKrrrrrrrrrrrKKK^rrrrrrrrr_rr_'j^ SPANISHTO WN,
SALIFORNIA.

In I, !! lllllltl

No. 3419—250, $1.10; 500, $1.60; 1000, $2.25.

No. 3418—250, $1.25; 500, $1.75; 1000, $2.50.

!S o'* .....♦ 9 ♦-'■*»*'- 1 IMPROVED EFFERVESCING SOLUTION

-ifEFFEPYESCI.YG SOLUTION ±, A Jx >_ i _L A_ A A i ±. .4

-' of

/SSS^a.' • ^ V TJ 41^ ^ /yv ^—1 ^ J^ ^ 'v ^

J‘ cdicdJczJcPJdJc yji’Sn^/SIS/E£TdiJ¥=JcL

OR, tasteless salts.

CITRATE MAGNESIA.!I This Preparation is an agreeable substitute for Epsom
Salts, Seidlitz Powders, Black Draught, Etc. It has none
ticPJdJdJcz EE/ of their bitterness, and, by its pleasant acidity of taste and
its effervescing character, is esteemed a very agreeable
-! Lx Vc'i- and refreshing drink.
A

The contents of this bottle is a full purgative dose For Children, from a tablespoonful /v DIEECTIOITS.

to a wine-glassful may be given, and repeated.if required. For a Cathartic.—The contents of the bottle may be taken at
one dose in the morning.
-PREPARED AT-
For a Laxative.—A wine-glassful every two hours until the de¬
JiIEYERS DRUG {STORE, sired effect is induced; or half the contents of the bottle may be
taken at once, and the remaining half in an hour or two if it does
1450 7th St., Cor. Center, West Oakland, Cal., not operate.

By C. R. KNAPP, Chemist. For a Refrigerant.—A tablespoonful every hour or two.

Keep the Bottle in a cool place, with Cork down.

J \/\ \ V \ N \ \ X \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ N N \ \ X N \ \CL C. E. PHELAN, Druggist 8s Apothecary

JH -w~ 9gf y ^ ^^ ^ Main Street, Lakeport, California.

No. 3420-250, 90c; 500, 81 25; 1000, $1.80.

SOLUTION OF No. 3421—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80.

CITRATE 0 EFFERVESCING SOLUTION
OR LEMONADE PURGATIVE.
—: OP:—
Thl* valuable preparation 1, well known ae an agreeable enbetltote for Epeom
gait,, SeldUtz Powder, and the Saline Cathartic, generally. CITRATE OF MAII1SIA,

DIRECTIONS.—As a Refrigerant, a tablespoonful every hour or two. As a Laxative, OR PURGATIVE LEMONADE.
a wine-glassful as often, until the desired effect is induced. As a Purgative, half the con-
tents of a bottle may be taken at once, and the remaining half in an hour or two if it does This Refrigerant and Laxative Preparation is well
not operate. The bottle should be kept well corked in the intervals of taking an, agreeable substitute for Epsom Salts

t . C3r. IDiElxCETVr cSg CO., IDr-u.g’g’lsts, Seidlitz Powders, and the Saline Cathartics generally;
PETSTOLETOlSr, O 33. EG-OUST.
T --- ♦ --.
HE contents of this bottle is a full purgative dose. For children
from a teaspoonful to a wine-glassful ma/be given, and repeated if
required. The bottle should be kept corked in the intervals of taking.

PREPARED AT

« BRYANT STREET PHARMACY,*.

Cor. 4th and Bryant Sts., San Francisco.

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

€J£tPBt© Magnesia, Laliels* 29

No. 3422—250, $1.10; 500, $1.60; 1000, $2.25. No. 3423—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00.

IMPROVED EFFERVESCING SOLUTION <a
EFFERVESCING S0EUTI0N
'■Ml *1
OIE2, XjZEU^CCniT PURGATIVE. (SITUATE OP fflAGNESIA.

DIRECTION'S FOB USE. An agreeable Refrigerant and Laxative, well known as a substi¬
tute for Epsom Salts, Seidiitz Powders, and the
For Cathartic—The contents of the bottle may be taken at one dose Saline Cathartics Generally.
in the morning.
THF. contents of this bottle is a full purgative dose. As a laxative, half the
For Laxative—A wine-glassful every two hours until the desired contents may be taken. For children, from a tablespoonful to a wine-glassful may
effect is produced; or half the contents of the bottle may be taken at De given, and repeated in an hour or two if required. The bottle should always be
once, and the remainder in an hour or two if it does not operate. kept corked, and in a cool place, in the intervals of taking.

For Refrigerant—A tablespoonful every hour or two. PREPARED BY
43TKeep the bottle in a cool place, with the cork down.
WALTER R. HALL,
PREPARED BY
D^UGGIS® AND flPOWHEGAI^Y,
E>. B. SPAGNOLI,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc., Morrison St.,'bet. 3rd and 4th, Portland, Oregon.

MAIN ST., JACKSON, CAL. No. 3426—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00

No. 3424—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00.

EFFERVESGIN& SOLUTION rfSWBHK soiur/fa «€| EFFERVESCING SOLUTION

OF © OF

a OF Citrate of magnesia.
OR
(Liquor magnesii Citr., u. s. p. OR
PURGATIVE MINERAL WATER.
AN AGREEABLE REFRICERANT AND LAXATIVE. PURGATIVE MINERAL WATER.
This Refrigerant and Laxative Preparation is
well known as an agreeable substitute for DIRECTIONS.—As a refrigerant, a tablespoon¬ This Refrigerant and Laxative Preparation is well
Epsom Salts, Seidiitz Powders, and ful every hour or two. As a Laxative, a wine- known as an agreeable substitute for Epsom
the Saline Cathartics generally. glassful as often, until the desired effect is produced. Salts, Seidiitz Powders, and the Saline
As a purge, half the contents of a bottle may be Cathartics generally.
THE contents of this bottle is a full purgative dose. taken at once, and the remaining half in an hour or
For children, from a teaspoonful to a wine-glassful two if it does not operate. The bottle should be THE contents of this bottle is a full purgative dose;
may be given, and repeated if required. The bottle kept corked in the intervals of taking. for children, from a tablespoonful to a wine-glassful
should be kept corked in the intervals of taking. may be given, and repeated if required. The bottle
PREPARED BY should be kept corked in the intervals of taking.
PREPARED BY
WOODRUFF & GARPENTEIU PREPARED BY
W. E. CULVER,
W Drugs, Medicines, Etc. Terry McMorry,
Druggist and ^pothegai^y MARTINEZ, CAL.
Apothecary,
WEST LAS ANIMAS, COLORADO.
718 J St., Bet. 7tU and 8th, Sacramento, Sal.

No. 3427—250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60. No. 3428—250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60. No. 3429-250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80

Eitrate Magnesia, EFFERVESCING SOLUTION V.V’.V.V.> . . 'a' • 'a' .

OR PURCATIVE MINERAL WATER. —OF— wmy. Ml I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l I I I
EFFER VESCING SOLUTION
An Agreeable Refrigerant and Laxative. CITRATE
-OIF*-
The contents of this bottle is a full purga¬ Mag NE siA '♦S:
tive dose. For children, from a teaspoonful
to a wine-glassful may be given at once, and —OR— || CITRATE OF MAGNESIA, fj
repeated in an hour or two if required. 1 he
bottle should be kept corked in the intervals Purgative Mineral Water. OR purgative; lemonade. j, y
of taking. -♦-
Formula U. S. Pharmacopoeia, /<S*7?. PaSe 2T7-
PREPARED AND SOLD BY This refrigerant and laxative preparation is Tv-,; This Refrigerant and Laxative Preparation is well
'♦'-1; known as an agreeable substitute for Epsom Salts, ;l.V
C. B, ELBE:, well known as an agreeable substitute for Kpsom
Salts, Seidiitz Powders, and the Saline Cathartics •Xli Seidiitz Powders, and Saline Cathartics generally. Gk-'-
Sl’iciiti^L ciivb tlpotficccrr i| generally. 5^-7;
ALAMEDA, CAL.
The contents of one bottle is a full purgative The contents of this bottle is hOdren, from a tea-
dose. For children, from a tablespoonful to a 'V'n" spoonful to
wine-glassful may be given, and repeated if de¬ >.<—I should be kept corked in the intervals of taking. The bottle " /.n
sired. The bottle should be kept corked in the */
intervals of taking.
PREPARED BY :cV
PREPARED BY
mTm- —A. C. TU-F-T’S-, JDlruSggRist, KlL.V
S. M. HUSTON & CO.
Cor. J and 10th Streets, Sacramento, Cal.
Druggists,
A^mTm ■ n 11 ii 11 ■ 111, i ■ 11 m 1111 ■ 1111,111 ii ■, i ■ 11,111,111,,, 111,, ■ iiilrLV
EAST SIDE PLAZA. PHOENIX, A. I.
jxvrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrn.;:

Please DO NOT cut or mutilate this Specimen Book,
but order by Number of the Pattern.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

30 Seldlitz Powder Labels*

No. 3430—250, 81.25; 500, $1.75; 1000, $2.50. No. 3433—250, $1.25; 500, $1.75; 1000, $2.50.

^EpiHE*raM£*WEI«H** ■-S®#Sg.«aMs ««C£as '' 2~

A

LU i sgJ •
>^-h 0c3c 3.

C*4 S’**
01
Safe and Agreeable Aperient.^-

: DIRECTIONS.—Dissolve the contents of a blue and a white paper separately, each ; ©
in one-fourth of a tumbler of water; then pour one solution into the
other, and drink while in a state of effervescence.

-PREPARED BY- 03

FAINTER & VREEIAND, 01

Pharmacists,

Cal’a and Kearny and Clay and Kearny Sts., S. F. ©
©
■JF it sf' w wjF * .r■; Fr ®
jfu S* JP*. jT^-JT M M s ♦ /" ♦
P jP JP_ °

£ S,® ”35
0) <1 '-M

No. 3431-250, $1.25 : 500, $1.75; 1000, $2. TO ocO

P-i '3 fe,

c0©o) ©>u _-23, CC ©03
-dJg.S

oa
ccS £2

No. 3434—250, $1.25; 500, $1.75 ; 1000, $2.50.

li.

bi .

NO. 3432- 250, $1.25; 500, $1.75; 1000, $2.50. bo g

v-v‘4 y?
-iff
■j )?->

G-31! 1ST XT UnTIE ft

medicinal propbRtibS °:

(Tclcbrittcd (Fff cri c.'.cinij ^firiitij iif (Ecrtmvw.

A Grateful Refrigerant and a Mild Laxative, highly esteemed %■> ( )f*f■>i 4
for INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, Etc. S/'S
All Labels shown in Black Ink can be printed In
niRF.CTIoNS.—Dissolve the contents of a white and blue paper separately in Dll Green, Lake or Brown Inks, at an advance of 20 per
one-fourth of n tumbler of wnter. Then mix ami Prink inimnliately.__ cent, or on Tinted Paper at an advance of 25 per cent.
They can also be printed in two colors at an advance
p. F. FRYER, Apothecaries’ Hall, f of 50 per cent.
Villon lllock, Orovllle, Cal.

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

No. 3435. No. 3436. No. 3437. No. 3438.
250, 75o; 500, $1.00; 1000, *1.50. 250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. 250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. 250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50.

CONCENTRATED in nrnimniiii iiniiiinilllliiiilllllij

Extract of

XiOSE: This Extract is warranted to possess, in a JL EOT/ICT 0F M This Essence is warranted
concentrated form, all the valuable proper¬ to possess, in a concentrated
For an adult, one teaspoon¬ ties of Jamaica Ginger, and will be found HGEHUIN&- i®S form, all the valuable proper¬
ful ; for a child of one year, 1 on trial an excellent family medicine for ties of Jamaica Ginger, and
to three drops; of three years, < -'f will be found on trial an ex¬
5 to 8 drops; of ten years, 15 Sick Headache, Indigestion, Colic, cellent Family Medicine,being
to 20 drops. This Essence 11 III I l lll 1111111111III I l III 1111111111111 - a most efficient remedy for
must be taken in a little Nervous Debility, Cholera Morbus For the cure of Cramps, Colic, Diarrhoea, Flatu¬
water. and Cholera. Sick Headache, Indiges¬
lency, Cholera Morbus, Indigestion, Pains in the
PREPARED BY Directions. — A teaspoonful immediately Stomach and Bowels. A sure preventive of Dis¬ tion, Colic, Nervous Debility,
after meals will most generally relieve Indi¬ eases arising from a change of water, food or cli¬ Cholera Morbus & Cholera.
OSBURN i SHOEMAKER, gestion. In acute cases of pain or incipient mate; therefore invaluable to travelers, as well as
Cholera, a teaspoonful may be given every a remedy that should always be kept in the house. DIRECTIONS.—A teaspoonful
Druggists, half hour in sugar and water. This article is prepared from the best selected immediately after meals will most
root of the Jamaica Ginger, of the strength of the generally relieve Indigestion. In
RENO, NEVADA. PREPARED BY Tinct. of Zingiber of the U. S. P. acute cases of pain or incipient
Cholera, a teaspoonful may be given
IB. C. BELL, Dose, from 15 drops to one teaspoonful in a lit¬ every half hour in sugar and water.
tle sweetened water.
IDrxxg'g'ist and -a.j50tl1eca.r3r, PREPARED ONLY BY
PREPARED AT
COR. 16th AND HOWARD STS.. S. P. EDWIN C. ROLLS,
CITV DRI G STORE,
®5f!fiCQfm+BF{os.,+eHA^MAGis'i's, Chemist,

Oregon City, Oregon. Santa Ana, Cal.
biii 1111 mil 11111:111 limn 1 in fi n 111 n is

No. 3441—250, $1.00; 500, 1.40; 1000, $2.00.

No. 3439—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. No. 3440—250, 90c; 600, $1.25; 1000, $1.80.

CONCENTRATED ESSENCE O' —

-:OF:- OF ESSENCE OF
® S)
JAMAICA CINCER eg. ®— 3

THIS Essence is warranted to possess, For Dyspepsia, Cholera Morbus, This Essence is warranted to pos¬
in a concentrated form, all the valu¬ Flatulent Colic, Nausea, Enfee¬ sess, in a concentrated form, all the
able properties of Jamaica Ginger, and bled State of Alimentary valuable properties of Jamaica Gin¬
will be found, on trial, an excellent Family Canal, Etc., Etc. ger, and will be found on trial an excel¬
Medicine, being a most efficient remedy lent Family Medicine, being a most effi¬
for Sick Headache, Indigestion, Colic, DOSE.—For an adult, from half to a cient remedy for
Nervous Debility, Cholera Morbus, Etc. teaspoonful; for a child of one year, one
to three drops: of three years, five to eight Sick Headache, Indigestion, Colic, Nervous
Directions.—A teaspoonful immediately after drops; of ten years, fifteen to twenty-five
meals will most generally relieve indigestion. In drops. This Essence must always be taken Debility, Cholera Morbus and Cholera.
acute cases of pain, or incipient Cholera, a tea¬ in a little water.
spoonful may be given every half hour, in sugar IRECTTONS. A teaspoonful immediately after meals will
and water. LOUIS WEINMANN, most generally relieve Indigestion. In acute cases of pain or
mcipiei.t Cholera, a teaspoonful may be given every half hour
PREPARED BY Druggist and Chemist,
in sugar and water.
H. C, M O KEY, (City Pharmacy),
Prepared ©.t tia.©
IDr-u-g-g-ist, Corner First and H Streets,
MODEL. DRUG STORE,
GILROY, - CAL’A. BENICIA, CAT.
921 H St., Modesto, Cal.
mmrn
No. 3441 trimmed to border, by machinery,
No. 3442—250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50. without extra charge.

No. 3444—250, 70c: 500, 95c; 1000, $1.40.

No. 3443—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00.

60MENTRATE0 ESSENCE

’«B4ILM®4 iiiiiSL
.-- ♦- ♦■-- r|

This Essence will be found a valuable prepaia- For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Colic Sich
Headache. Nervous Debility, Nausea,
-r tion for family use, and may be given advanta-1 Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Etc.
J geously as a tonic to persons recovering from fever j
DOSE.—Adult, i to 2 teaspoonfuls ; child, ic
other diseases. It is especially useful for D>s-i
jpepsia, Indigestion, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Etc. to 12 years old, % teaspoonfu ; 2 to 5 years old.

DOSE —For an adult, one to two teaspoonfuls ; child, 10 to PREPARED BY 5 to 20 drops. Take in sweetened water.
vears old, one-half teaspoonful; 2 to 5 years old, hve to |
drops. Take in a little sweetened water, after meals. X*. KIDD, PREPARED BY
Shucpjbt,
PREPARED BY GEORGE WOOD,
FORTLAND, OR. * Druggist and Apothecary,
fZ 6, H. THOMPSON. Apothecary,
SIERRAVILLR, CAL.
HAN RAFAEI-, CAL.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

32 C&stor OH L ci belSt

No. 3445—250, SI.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. No 3446—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. No. 3447. No. 3448.
250, 80c; 500, *1.10; 1000, $1.60. 251, 60c; 500,85c; 1000, $1.20.

COLD

PRESSED

itASTOR QILiSM4k]■* ^ -eSlfe- (fe ('HSTOl' OIL cum lit.

sji ^ -. _| ffl V7-.-^—t-— IN this excellent prepara¬
. tion the nauseous taste ol
> (k> x’s.c^r the Castor Oil is removed, and
being flavored with Aromatics
* * Purest Quality and Nearly Tasteless. * 5-EDWIN C. 1^0 it will be found very pleasant
to the taste, so that children
4h.hSre&son,L V. SAHTA AHA, CAL. , and delicate persons may take TURNER BROS.
& $2 it without difficulty. Its ef¬
jHuggiib and (Bfjtumb, fects are similar to ordinary Eruggists,
||| Castor Oil, except that it sel¬ McMinnville,
dom produces any griping.
m?STOCK!01, CAL. „ c OREGON.
DOSE.—For adults, one to three
tablespoonfuls; for children, one No. 3452.
to four teaspoonfuls. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.

PREPARED BY r ^ YVYYVVVVWVY

PAUL DESMARAIS, ™ PURE m

Druggist,

LOS GATOS, CAL.

No. 3450—250, 80c; 500,81.10; 1000, $1.60. No. 3451.
250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00.
No. 3449—250, 90c ; 500, 81.25; 1000, 81.80. PURE
COLD PRESSED
COLD PRESSED

XVJ2JO-LX . j AST r\

COLD PRESSED A.

D o G, £

DOSE—For adults, two tablespoonfuls. OIL.
For infants, one to three teaspoonfuls.

«SyUPv _____ , . FR. iiOCKERBlUM, BEST QUALITY. TNV*
? Sf ti DRUGGIST,
PUT UP BY iJ.B.TITUSM/
. - rOil 1G3 Main Street, below First, iSruggists,
A. T. HEPBURN,
it s* --—■ 'fcw)\ ' LOS ANGELES, CflL. Druggist, i'Cor. Hayes and Laguna Sts.
PREPARED BY SAN FRANCISCO, rot;.
Cor. Main 4 Congress Sts.
$3
Tucson, A. T.
iw S7-/?/?/? & BLAKELY, Wt
]lif Oruccists & Apothecaries, No. 3454—250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, 81.60.

No. 3455—250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60.

North New City Hall, Brownsville. Or. '

Qr

CV

No. 3453 250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60. PUT UP AT CASTOR OIL.

ENGLISH C0bD P^E^^ED MEYER’S DRUG STORE, .JAMES FM©ST
Naval Drug Store,
CASTOR OIL 1450 7th 8t., Cor, Center,
WEST OAKLAND, CAPA. VALLEJO, CAL.
SCUDAMORE, REYNOLDS & GO., Druggists,
M
LAKEPOET, CAL.

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE.

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE. 33

Gq& Liver Oil Labels.

No. 3456-250, $1.10; 500, $1.60; 1000, $2.25. No. 3457—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. No. 3458—250, $1.25 : 500, $1.75; 1000, $2.50.

tiORWEGM/y

۩B LITEM

^HIR OIL is prepared withgreat care, OIL OIL
and may be relied upon by Physicians
and others to be of the best quality, free WARRANTED PURE. WARRANTED PURE.
from the strong, unpleasant odor, which ac¬
companies the Oil when it is of an inferior This Oil is prepared with great This Oil is prepared with great care, and
quality. care, and may be relied on to may be relied on by physicians and others to
be the best quality, free from be of the best quality, free from the strong,
DIRECTIONS: the strong, unpleasant odor, unpleasant odor, which accompanies the Oil
which accompanies the poorer when of an inferior quality.
The dose for an adult is a tabiespoonfui qualities.
three times a day. For children, from one- Directions.—The dose for an adult is a tabiespoon¬
half to one teaspoonful, gradually increased DIRECTIONS.—The dose for adults is a fui three times a day. For children, one-half to one
as the patient may require. tablespoonful three times a day. For teaspoonful, to be gradually increased as the patient
children, one-half to one teaspoonful, to requires.
-+- be gradually increased as the patient re¬
quires. SOLD IB-5T
PUT UP BY
PREPARED BY <rBEXT- HASTIITGgT>
WALDRON & COVCLLAUD,
J. B. TITUS & CO., Druggist and Apothecary,
Druggists,
Druggists and Pharmacists, Cor. Geary and Fillmore Sts.,
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Cor. Hayes and Laguna Sts Spy FR^ycisce.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.

No. 3460—250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60.

RJf^

No. 3459—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. NO. 3461—250, 81.00; 500, $1 40; 1000, $2.00.

COD LIVER OIL * *— * *

For Medicinal Use.

This Oil is prepared with great care, and
may be relied upon by physicians and
others to be of the best quality, free from
the strong, unpleasant odor, which ac¬
companies Oil of inferior quality.

Directions.—The dose for an adult is a
tabiespoonfui three times a day; for chil¬
dren, one-half to a whole teaspoonful, to
be gradually increased as the patient re¬
quires.

J. L. SULLIVAN, Druggist,

Grangeville, Cal,

No. 3462—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. This Oil is prepared with great care, and may
he relied upon by Physicians and others to be of
WARRANTED PURE ‘.he best quality, free from the strong, unpleasant
xlor, which accompanies the Oil when of an
O0DtI[IYERtOIIj inferior quality

DOSE:—From a teaspoonf\il to a tablespoonf\il DIRECTIONS.—The dose for an adult is a tabiespoon¬
three times a day, after meals. fui three times a day. For children, one-halt" to one tea-
.poonful. to be gradually increased as the patient requires.
From THOMAS ROBBINS,
THOMPSON & KIME,
City Drug Store,
Druggists and Pharmacists,
MAIN STREET, PENDLETON, OREGON.
NEWPORT, OREGON.

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250, 80c ; 500, §1.10 ; 1000, $1.60. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. 250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00.
PURE REFINED
V*EFINEo 81
HH
SWEET .d^AswiK§±,
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JEFFREYS & CO.
OIL
Druggists and. Chemists,
FROM POST OFFICE BUILDING, WEISER CITY, IDAHO.

DRUGGIST, PUT UP BY SCOTT & SHEPHERD, No. 3470. No. 3471.
250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. 250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60.
San Benito St., JOS, KNIGHT, Drafts and Apothecaries
HOLLISTER, CAL. *£FINCo J|L
Wheatland, Cal.
ir
Apothecary, No. 3469.
250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50.
EVANS, COLORADO.

No. 3468.
250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.

No. 3467— 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. Put up expressly for Table
Use and for Medicinal
REFINED Purposes.

H PUT UP BY

OIL. Expressly Adapted for Put up expressly for Sewing Machines l S, McCLEARY,.
and other Fine Machinery, by
ALL FINE MACHINERY. druggist,
©» ©2L2rsra©sy,
Druggist and Apothecary, Fifth St., near F,

Cor. 5th and M Sts. SAN DIEGO, CAL.

Put up expressly for use on Sewing J. B. ELSTON, BENICIA, CAL.
Machines and Fine Machinery, by
WOODLAND, CaL. No. 3475—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00.
Perks & Gutmm, No. 3473—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, SI. 20.
No. 3474.
Pharmacists, 250, 50c; 500, 70c; 100p, $1.00.

Willows. Cal’a. PREPARED BY

m. SUPERTOR TOWNE & WALDRIP Bufje FJepimed 1

No. 3472 -250, 50c: 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. Sewing Machine Druggists,

SAH BERNARDINO, CAL. HO

DEWING* \1 Put up expressly for Table Use and for Medicinal
Purposes.
MACHINE
J. A. BEARD.
~
DHtTOOIST A3ST U BOOKSELLER
3
fflAIN Sip., (3EPPERS0N, OR.

Prepared Ex¬ o r r. No. 3476-250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.
pressly for Sew¬
Adaptedfor all kinds ofMachinery. ^ EXTRA
ing: Machine
Use. j W. E. DEMENT, | MACHINE OIL.
Dmggisi * Apothecary,
«T. E. PALMER, Warranted not to Gum or Corrode.
ft.A . Astoria, - Oregon,
Druggist, L. G. MORSE, Druggist,
MeWeil
SCOTTSBURG. OR. Point Arenas, Cal.

Smn «/o.s-ef CM,

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

€mglI and Lung; gyrup Lahelg* 35

No. 3477. No. 3478. No. 3479. No. 3480. No. 3481.
250, 80c; 500, 81.10; 1000, §1.60. 250, 80c; 500, §1.10; 1000, §1.60. 250, 80c; 500, §1.10; 1000, §1.60. 250, 80c; 500, 81.10; 1000, §1.60. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, §1.20.

COMPOUND SYRUP WILD CHERRY CELEBRATED ^cPECT0R7IIi*<- COUGH

• or. COUGH FAMILY

^IM ©tesgfi AND A Safe, Pleasant and 9 A Valuable Remedy for
Efficient Remedy for
An Invaluable Remedy for CORDIAL. A Valuable Remedy for Couglis.Colds.Sore Tluoat
the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma
A CURE FOR Bronchitis, Sore Throat, COUGHS, COLDS, Bronchitis, and all Dis¬
GOUGHS, GOLDS, eases of the
Coughs, Colds, Affections Hoarseness, and all Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
BRONCHITIS, of the Throat, Diseases Affections of the THROAT AND LUNGS.
And Other Diseases of the of the Lungs, Chest And All Diseases of the
THROAT AND LUNGS. Directions.—For an
THROAT AND LUNGS. * Complaints, Etc. THROAT AND DUNGS adult, i teaspoonful every i,
DIRECTIONS. 2, or 3 hours, as the case
Dose.— For adults, a teaspoon- DOSE.—Adults, one tea¬ For an adult, 2 teaspoonfuls; Directions.— For an Adult i may require. Proportion¬
ful whenever Cough is trouble¬ spoonful every three hours. teaspoonful every i, 2 or 3 hours, ately less for children.
some. For children, less, in pro¬ Children,the dose should be 10 years old, 1 teaspoonful; as the case may require. Pro¬
portion to age. graduated according to age. portionately less for children. PREPARED BY
4 years old, b teaspoonful; 1
PREPARED BY PREPARED BY to 2 years old, 10 to 15 drops, PREPARED BY C.E. DUNHAM, Druggist,
3 or 4 times a day.
TSEO.BTTTEC F. J. SCHNEIDER, L. D. MURPHY, M. D. The Dalles. Ok.
Druggist & Apothecary, PREPARED BY
Druggist, Physician and Surgeon,
Main Street, Eureka, Nevada. 0. A. CLINTON', TULARE CITY, CAL.
POMONA, CAL. Druggi-.t and Apothecary,

Mission St, Opp. 29th S. F.

No. 3485—250, 90c; 500, §1.25; 1000, §1.80.

No. 3482-250, 80e; 500. §1.10; 1000, $1.60. No. 3483. No. 3484.
250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, §1.20. 250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000. §1.00.

Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Gough Syrup, CQMPQUHB SYRUP
Throat, Hoarseness,
FOR THE CURE OP SYRUP, Superior to all Lung and Throat
-AND ALL- Remedies now before the Public
DISEASES OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS. Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore —:for:—
Throat, Bronchitis, and all Coughs, Colds, Hoar«e- FOR THE CERE OF
DIRECTIONS.—Ordinary or medium dose, one Diseases of the Throat
teaspoonful every 3 or 4 hours. For Hoarseness or and Lungs. ness, Bronchitis, Sore Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping
Sore Throat, use in small quantities, and take Throat, Croup, Eto. Cough, Sore Throat, Difficulty
often. For children, give according to age. Directions.—For a grown person, a DOSE.—Adults, one tea¬ of Breathing, Asthma, Etc.
teaspoonful; 15 to 20years, teaspoon¬
PREPARED BY ful, four times during the day, and spoonful; Children, five to Dose. — For Adults, a teaspoonful.
double the dose at bed time. fifteen drops. For children, from 15 to 20 drops,
TEFFHEYS 6z CO. according to age. To be taken be¬
PREPARED AND SOLD BY C. B. MANN, fore meals and on going to bed.
Druggists,
P. 0. Building, Weiser City, Idaho. W. E.PIFIELD, Druggist PHARMACIST.

No. 3486—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, §1.20. Madlaea, Cal. OLYMPIA, W.T.

COMPOUND No. 3487—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, §1.00. PREPARED AT

WILD CHERRY <3 PARRISH'S PHARMACY,

COUGH BALSAM 269 First St.,
PORTLAND, OR.

No. 3488-250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, §1.00.

(Soughs, (Solds, (Si^oup, Soi^e OOO

Sh^oa®, f?0A!lSENKSS. ETG. SUPERIOR

Valuable for the relief of Coughs, Colds, DOSK.—Adults, one teaspoonful three times a ' "Up/ (Q>—'
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, and all day. Children, according to age.
©OUGHffllXTUl^B
diseases of the Throat and Lungs. J-. O-- BOOTH,
A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE FOR
Directions.—For an adult, a teaspoonful; Children, in proportion 4Druggist and Apothecary
to age. To be taken when the Cough is troublesome. TRUCKEE, CAL. Coughs,Colds, Croup,

Prepared by THOMPSON & CO., Chemists Hoarseness, lStc.

Kohala, Hawaiian Islands. J. M. KITCHEN, Druggist,

Irving, Oregon.

Bro&./ S'an €aJ4

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36 MmQellaxwQuB

No. 3489—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000. $1.00 No. 3490—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. No. 3491—250, 60c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00.

©IF CHLORATE OF POTASH SIJ I»E 1*1:0 X*

Chlorate Potassa. L o z e n i*- e s Bronchial Troches

An Efficient Remedy for Sore Throat, For the Alleviation of Coughs, Hoarseness, Irri FOR TI1E ALLEVIATION OF
Ulcerated Mouth, Etc. tation of the Throat, Etc.
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs, Asthma,
Directions.—Allow a Tablet to dissolve slowly on the These Lozenges contain no opium or other injurious Colds, Catarrh, Irritation, Etc.
tongue every one, two or three hours. Anodyne and may be given to children with safety
DIRECTIONS—Dissolve one slowly in the mouth And All Other Disorders of the Throat and Lungs.
PREPARED BY _occasionally through the day
For Hoarseness, Etc., let one or two dissolve gradually in
D.W. MATTHEWS, Practical Druggist and Apothecary, LOUIS WEINMANN, City Pharmacy, the mouth, repeating if necessary.

SA-LEM, OREGON. Cor. First and H Streets. Benicia, Cal. J. B TITUS & CO., Druggists and Pharmacists,

Cor. Hayes and L&gnna Sts., San Francisco.

No. 3492—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. No. 3493—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. No. 3494 -250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.

) TABLETS OF" i • \ CU.D>ratt1 of Potassium *

fcHLOBATE POTASSA;;'- W $7-~~r —™—~~-fill? % ♦S-TROCHES^

An Efficient Remedy for Sore Throat, . For Hoarseness, Bronchial Irritation, Ulcerations, Sore (® 'xGXgv7" ®)
Ulcerated Mouth, Etc. P Throat, Diphtheria, Croup Etc., Etc.
cFoz Qffcuiation avib Sure of
DIRECTIONS.—Allow a tablet to dissolve slowly on the For Offensive Breath, no remedy will give more certain relief. Use
tongue every one, two or three hours.
m ^one two or three times a day. For Diphtheria, Croup, and the more
BC R. H. LATIMER, pserious ailments, the Physician should direct. cKoatocnc^, 20r<mcfutv3, §tc.

^ Druggist and Chemist, I E. W. O'NEAL, Druggist and Chemist, % Directions.—Allow one or two Lozenges to dissolve
X L 373 Twelfth St.. Oakuno slowly in the mouth two or three times 3 day.
POINT ARENAS, CAL.
T T? TVT T f .T'.P T? Rriifr

No. 3495. No. 3496. No. 3497. No. 3498.
250, 90c; 500, |1.25; 1000, SI.80. 250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60. 250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50. 250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80.

iftH. MURP«K’S Ague Cure. HlPPAC H’s r>- fu g fi ff.
<-Aoacs-:=-
Ague,Ghills and Chill Fever. AGUT T"\ %C^s
—FOR— H
And a Certain and Permanent Cure Chills and Fever, Dumb Chills,
Ague, Chills anil Chill Fever. for all those Distressing Diseases <UREk
arising from Exposure to Mi¬ Congestive Chills, Third Day
A Certain and Permanent Cure for asmatic Influences. DOSE—For adults, one
all those Distressing Diseases tablespoonful every two or Chills, Headache, Intermittent and
arising from Exposure to DOSF„—For an adult, one tablespoonful three hours until six doses
the Marsh-Miasmatic every two hours until six doses are taken. are taken. Two or three Remittent Fevers,
Influences. Two or three doses of the Cure should be doses of the Cure should
taken on the seventh day after the last chill, be taken on the seventh And is a Cure and Preventive for All Dis¬
Dose.—For an adult, one ta¬ to prevent its return For a child, smaller day after the last chill, to eases arising from Exposure to
blespoonful every two hours un¬ quantities should be given, according to age. prevent its return. For Miasmatic Influences.
til six doses are taken. Two cr children, smaller quantities
three doses of the Cure should PREPARED BY should be given, according Dosf..—For adults, one tablespoonful every
be taken on the seventh day af¬ to age. two hours until six doses are taken. Two or
ter the last chill, to prevent its CHARLES M. FASSETT. three doses of the Cure should be taken on the
return. Children, smaller quan¬ PREPARED BY seventh day after the last chi 1, to prevent its re¬
tities should he taken, accord¬ Prescription Druggist, turn. For children, smaller quantities should be
ing to age. RUBY HILL, NEV. S. A. NEPPAGH, given, according to age.

PREPARED BY Pharmacist, RICHARDS <3c CO.
Druggists and Apothecaries,
Dr. L.D. MURPHY Cor. First and Oak Sts.
Main St., near Postofiice,
Dealer in Drugs, Etc. PORTLAND, ORECON.
DAYTON, W.T. J
TULARE CITY, CAL.
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No. 3499. No. 3500. No. 3501. No. 3592.
250, $1.10; 500, $1.60; 1000, $2.25. 250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. 250, $1.10; 500, $1.60; 1000, $2.25. 250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80.

COMPOUND EXTRACT Sarsaparilla v BOTANIC

An Energetic ALTERATIVE A Tonic that at once Invigorates the Prepared from the original recipe of
Digestiue Organs, Improves the a celebrated Army Surgeon.
Iil.HOll PURIFIER, AND Appetite, and is a never-
failing Remedy for all A Tonic that at once Invigorates
And a JJertain and Speedy Cure for BLOOD PURIFIER. the Digestive Organs, Improves
AH Diseases depending on Impu¬ IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. the Appetite, and for all
rities of the Blood, such as For all conditions dependent on
Impurities of the Blood this Com¬ Wild Cherry, Wahoo and Peruvian Barks, IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD
Scrofulous Affections, Cutane¬ pound is most efficient. It speedily Dandelion, Black and Gentian Roots, enter
eradicates any taint, humor or vice. into its composition. The remedial princi¬ Is Unsurpassed.
ous and Eruptive Diseases, Rose It searches the inmost recesses of ples of each are extracted in a pure and con¬
or Erysipelas, Scald Head, the system, quietly and efficiently, centrated form, and being carefully com¬ DOSE.—A Wine-glassful three
Ring Worm, Ulcers yet at the same time the patient is pounded, yield an times a day.
and Sores, not aware that he is under the influ¬
ence of so acute a Blood Purifier -Altera,ti-ve a,n.cL Tonic PREPARED BY
Tumors, Cancers, Dyspepsia, and Disease Eradicator, so quietly
does it do its work. It may be used Of Unsurpassed Excellence. E. PETIBEAU & CO.
Debility, Secondary Syphilis and for any length of time without
Mercurial Diseases. injury. PREPARED AND SOLD BV Apothecaries,
Cor. 9th and Howard Sts., S. F.
Directions.—Adults, a small wine- DOSS. One Tablespoonful DR. J. X. SURRA UGH,
glassful three times a day; Children, three times a day. Model Drug store,
from a teaspoonful to a tablespoonful
three times a day, according to their COMPOUNDED AND SOLD BY H STREET, MODESTO, CAL.
age, to be taken between meals.
qUo flzro IB((DWIFJEIgg
PREPARED BY
Druggist and Apothecary,
A. MERVY & CO.
FRONT STREETS
Pharmacists,
TRUCKEE, CAL.
Montgomery Ave. and Green St.
rIgAV*V.V.VAVJMB
SAN FRANCISCO.
No. 3504.
No. 3503. 250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80.
250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20
.^/ISITAIif,. No. 3505. No. 3506.
VEGETABLE 250, 80c; 503, $1.10; 1000, $1.60 250. $1.00; 500, $1.40 ; 1000, $2.00.

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jujjjjpu; 'jHijjj[iu: ii|jjjji||L"'jii|[jj[iir jiijgiit Jiijgit Jiipur jujgui CARMINATIVE
151

•ftSYR0P.» WILL DESTROY ALL KINDS
OF WORMS, IN CHIL¬
A Pleasant, Safe and DREN OR ADULTS. This Medicine is a pleasant anti¬ For Diarrhcea. Dysentery, Flux,
Effectual Worm acid and laxative preparation, very Cholera Morbus, Summer
Destroyer, Dose.—From 3 to 6 months old, useful in Complaint, Etc.
one-fourth teaspoonful; 6 months
For Children or Adults. to 1 year, one-half teaspoonful; 2 Piles, Habitual Costiveness DOSE. - Adults, a teaspoonful every hour
to 3 years, one teaspoonful; for Diarrhea, Dysentery, Sour or two. Children, half a teaspoonful. Regu¬
DOSE.—From 3 to 6 months adults, one tablespoonful. Give late the dose to suit circumstances.
old, one-fourth teaspoonful; 6 every three or four hours during the S omach, Indigestion,
months to 1 year, one-half tea¬ day. If it does not move the bow¬ Summer Complaint of PREPARED BV
spoonful; 2 to 3 years, one tea¬ els freely, give Castor Oil or Senna
spoonful; adults, one tablespoon¬ after it. Children, Teething GSQ.£[email protected]£XT£E CO,
ful. Give every 3 or 4 hours, Diarrhea, Etc.
during the day. If it does not prepared by ^Tiuggiib and J\'polfjccatio,
move the bowels freely, give Dose.—For an adult, one table¬
Castor Oil or Senna after it. E. H. B0SGHER. spoonful every half hour to two GOLDENDALE, W. X.
hours, according to the severity of
H. M. PARCHEN & CO. Druggist and Apothecary, the case. For a child one year old,
one-half teaspoonful every three
Druggists, 160 UMCAIUST ST. hours. Increase or decrease ac¬
cording to age of the child.
HELENA, T. STOCKTON, CAL.
Prepared by

G.R. ALEXANDER

Druggist <& Apothecary.

PIOCH E, NEVADA.

I

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cT^— II RHEUMATIC

LINIMENT FOR THE CURE OF ....

AN EXTERNAL APPLICATION LINIMEtT

IFOIFl NEURALGIA, FOR THE CURE OF FOR THE CURE OF
And Pains in Any Part
'prains, Rheumatism, Lame Bach RHEUMATISM Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Bruises, Swelling or Stiffness of the Body. Bruises, and Chronic
of the Joints, Neuralgia, KsasaSfc Pains in any part
Cuts, Bites, Etc. Directions—Apply the Lin¬ of the Body.
iment to the parts affected And Pains in Any Part
Also a Valuable Remedy for several times a day, rubbinp of the Body, DIRECTIONS.
in well with the hand. Apply the Liniment to the parts
Sprains upon Horses, Founders Directions.—Apply the affected several times a day, rub¬
Ringbone and Scratches, PUT CP BY Liniment to the parts af bing in wel. with the hand.
Hoofale, Etc. fected several times a day
C. A. CLINTON, rubbing in well with the PREPARED BY
DIRECTIONS.—Bathe the affected parts fre Druggist, hand.
quently with the Liniment, but in NO CASE Dr. A. BERTELLI,
should anything saturated with the Liniment be Mission St,, 0pp. 29th, S. F prepared by
bound on. Pharmacist,
No. 3512—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. A.1.GBLK, Siegfist
PREPARED AT 523 Davis Street, San Francisco.
88 South C St.,
WOOD'S PJTflKJT/ie-Y VIRGINIA CITY, NEV

309 First St., A Certain and Speedy Cure for this No. 3514 -250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60.
JOSE, O-^Xj Troublesome Affliction.
%%ATIC
No. 3511—250, $1.00; 500, $1 40; 1000, $2.00. Directions.—Apply at mgnt and
morning, with small sponge. If too -9 -A-HSTID e-
Poison Oak, severe, the Remedy can be diluted
with water. Avoid scratching or irri¬ BLOOD FOIFIBK.
MOTHS, FRECKLES, tating the surface. Do not apply to
the eyes—salt and warm water is best. Shake Well Before Using.
And Brown Spots or Dis¬ Dose.—For an adult, a large teaspoon¬
colorations of any kind, PREPARED BY ful three times a day, two hours after
meals. For younger persons, smaller
on the Face, N eck W.W.R0S3& CO.,Druggists doses, according to age.

or Hands. Tombstone, A T. PREPARED BY

DIRECTIONS: No. 3513—250, 80c; 500, $1.10 ; 1000, $1.60. STODDART BROS.
FOR POISON OAK.—Use freely on
parts affected, nibbing in with the A Certain and Speedy Cure for this Unio-i Square Drue Store.
hands. Troublesome Affliction.
FOR MOTHS, FRECKLES, Etc.— Cor. Geary and Mason Sts., S. F.
Apply to the skin night and morn¬ DIRECTIONS.—Apply night and morning
ing until the spots disappear. with a’small sponge. If too severe, the Rem¬ No. 3515—250, 65c; 500, 93c; 1000, $1.30.
edy can be diluted with water. Avoid
PREPARED ONLY BY scratching or irritating the surface. Do Petroleum VASELINE. Jelly.
not apply to the eyes—salt and warm water
J, 2y£. XvffAXTXTXXTG is best. A pure and highly concentrated essence of Petroleum.
Druggist, An invaluable family remedy for Burns, Wounds, Sprains,
PREPARED ONLY BY Rheumatism, Skin Diseases, Hemorrhoids, Sun Burn,
CQill Street, Chilblains, &c. Taken internally, .will cure
Grass Valley, Cal’a. EDWIIT Q- ROLLS, Croup, Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, &c.
Druggist,
PUT UP BY
SANTA ANA, CAL’A.
-\F. HILLER, JR., & CD., PACIFIC HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY, £—
33 Dupont Street, Cor. Geary, San Francisco.

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FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

Korso J 39

No 3516—250, §1 00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. No. 3517—250, SI- 00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. No. 3518-250, $1.00; 500, §1.40; 1000, $2.00.

FOR HOUSES AND CATTLE. CONDITION POWDER IMPROVEn
-♦ ♦-
This Powder is strongly recommended for This Powder may be given with great advantage in all cases of CONDITION POWDER,
producing a fine smooth skin, and for bringing loss of appetite, roughness of the hair or coat, stoppage of water
Horses into general fine condition. They give tone or bowels, coughs, colds, inflammation of the lungs and bowels, FOR HORSES AND CATTLE.
to the stomach, increase the appetite, and free the recent founders, swelling of the glands of the throat, horse distem¬
blood from all bad humors. They will be found of per, hide-bound, and will also backen the heaves, and in recent Useful in cases of Distemper, Coughs, Colds, Bots, Farcy,
essential service for grease, swelled legs, coughs, cases, effect a cure. There is no disease among Horses and Cattle Costiveness, Roughness of the Skin, and Stoppage of
and influenza. A tablespoonlul may be given every where this valuable Powder is not called for; and by its timely use Water. Swelled Legs, Grease and Influenza, can be re¬
other night, in mash, or feed of corn. The horse will save the lives of many valuable animals. lieved and sometimes cured by the use of these Powders.
may work as usual, being in fact more fit. They do not interfere with the daily work of the horse,
The superiority of this Powder over every other preparation of and ean be given to cattle with equal advantage.
Prepared only by the kind is only known to those who have seen its astonishing effect
on Horses and Cattle under their own observation. This Powder DOSE.—Tablespoonful twice a day, in mash.
A. SOHOE1THEIT, ©Enggist, at once acts upon the secretions, consequently will arrest disease in
262 Santa Clara St., San Jose, Cal. Hogs, Oxen and Cows, as well as in Horses. PREPARED AND SOLD BY

No. 3519—250, $1.00; 500, $1 40; 1000, $2.00. DIRECTIONS.—Give ahorse one tablespoonful morning and CHAS. J. SMITH & CO.
night.
Druggists and Apothecaries,
PREPARED BY 24TH AND VALENCIA STS., SAN FRANCISCO.

R. S. WESTON, Druggist and Apothecary, No. 3521-250, 90c; 500, §1.25; 1000, $1.80.

FOREST CITY, CALIFORNIA.

No. 2520—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00.

horse and mmmm HORSE LINIMENT. * ~ An Effectual Remedy for all Forms of *

LINIMENT For Founder, Lameness, Sprains, Swelling of LAMENESS IN MAN OR BEAST.
Cords, Swinney, Strains in the Joints,
For all Founders, Lameness, Sprains, Swell¬ Soreness, Wounds, Fresh Cuts, Galls, Sprains, Bruises, Ringbone, Spavin, Galls,
ing's, Spavin, Poll Evil, Etc. Also for Bruises, Splint, Chafes, Etc. Grease Heels, Scratches. Fistula,
Flesh Wounds, Cuts and Sores. and Poll Evil.
Directions.—Apply the Liniment thoroughly, rubbing
J±,T l-TIO-HXrr -rk-E'TID EvLO^ETIlTCS-- it in with the hands. Directions.— Shake well before using, and bathe
the affected parts once or twice a day.
For Internal Use.—For Colic and Stoppage of Urine, To prevent the Liniment from blistering, add about one-
and to open the bowels, give two large spoonfuls in warm third sweet oil, which inak s it an excellent preparation PREPARED BY
water and molasses eveVy four hours until relieved. for man or beast.
2v£. lEaEIGS-G-IISrS,
PREPARED AND SOLD BY PREPARED BY
Druggist and Chemist,
HAYS & LUCKEY, Druggists and Apothecaries J. F. THORWARTH. M. D., Druggist and Apothecary, Anaheim, Uat.-a

54 Willamette St., Eugene City, Or. Smith River, Cal’a.

No. 3522-250, 40c; 500, 60c , 1000, 80c. No. 3523—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c. No. 3524—250, 40c; 500, 60c; 1000, 80c.

-mc mmwjFKmw RHEUMATIC HYIWYXK I ,IYIJ !K\T.

This Oil is regarded as being much better than any oi FROM For Rheumatism, Neuralg-ia, Sore Throat,
the various preparations of Opodeldoc, Liniments 01 Sprains, Bruises, Colic, Headache,
Spinal Washes now in use, for all cases in which such WM. M. MICKMEN, Apothecary, Toothache, Soreness, Etc.
medicines are used, viz : In Rheumatic Pains and Swell¬
ings, Sprains, Bruises, Contraction of the Muscles or 212 Main St.. Stockton, Cal. Directions.—Use by applying freely to all parts
Tendons, Stiffness of the Joints, Small Burns or Scalds, affected, heating it well with warm flannel. For internal
Spinal Irritation or Weakness, and is much used by Far- use, take ten to twenty drops, in syrup or on sugar.
iers as an application to Horse-flesh. Internally, it will
be found of great efficacy in many cases of Pains or A. C0RDER, Druggist and. Apothecary,
Lameness in Stomach or Breast, from strains or injuries.
320 Santa Fe Aue., Pueblo, Colorado.
w. j. McCarthy, coulterville drug store,

CowlterTrills, Os.lifcrri.ia,.

M©W®M Bros., San Jjqs©$ 0'aZ

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

40 Miscelln neons La belg.

No. 3525—250, gl.25; 500, 8175; 1000, $2.50. No. 3526-250, 81.00; 500, 81.40; 1000, 82.00. No. 3527—250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60.

WASHING lPPUEE

Ammonia

For Washing Purposes.

Manufactured By the San Francisco Gas Light Co.

Use a tablespoonful of the fluid to a gallon of
w ater. Keep bottle corked and in a cool place.

PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.

For the Laundry. A? For Laundry, PUT UP BY

MamLfactnred by the San Francisco Gas Light Co. Use a tablespoonful of the fluid to a gal¬ PAINTER & VREELAND,
lon of water. Keep bottle corked and in Pharmacists,
Use a tablespoonful of the fluid to a gallon a cool place.
cal’a and Kearny, and Clay and Kearny Sts., S. F.
of water. Keep bottle corked and in a cool PRICE, 25 CENTS,
No. 3528—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, 81.80.
place. ♦ *- PUT UP BY
FOR LAUNDRY PURPOSES
- J. R. WHITAKER,
This Bluing is Superior to all others.
PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. ■\7"a,llejo PKarraacy,
NEAR POST OFFICE, DIRECTIONS.
PUT UP BY A teaspoonful to one ordinary tub
VALLE JO, CAL
EDWI1T O- ROLLS, of water.
BEFORE ORDERING, -PREPARED BY-
Druggist,
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY XSXJT77-IXT C-ZR.OI-JL.S,
(Successor to C. A. MOSHER,)
Note at bottom of Page 36. CHEMIST,
No. 3529 250, 90c; 500, 81.25; 1000, $1 80.
No. 3530—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, 81 80. SANTA ANA, CAL.
Beef, iron Mine.
A No. 3531—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.
Extract of Beef, Citrate of
Iron, and Sherry Wine. Din AND WINE. This article has no superior for the pur¬
poses named. It is cheaper than Indigo
I This preparation is made from the well-known T.x Extract of Beef, and does not spot or streak the clothes
I tract of l>eef. Citrate of Iron, and Pure Shcrrv Wine ; Citrate of Iron and Sherry Wine. Hy its use that peculiar whiteness of the
/it combines, iu a pleasant form, the valuable nutri- clothes is secured which can not be at¬
/tious tonic and stimulating properties of it» ingrcd.ents. This preparation combines in a pleasant form the tained by any other article.
/ Prompt results will follow its u>>e in cases of ‘.udden ex- ' nutritious, tonic and stimulating properties of its in¬
7 haust on, arising cither from acute or chion.c cl. case, gredients, without the disagreeable, inky taste com¬ RIO CRANDE PHARMACY^
/and w.ll prove a valuable restorative for all convalocents mon to most preparations containing iron.
I a Nutritive Tonic, it would be indicated in the treat¬ ^an Antonio Street, near El Paso.
ment of impaired nutrition, impoverishment cf the blood, Each tablespoonful contains 8 grains of Liebig’s Ex¬ El. PASO, TEXAS.
and in all the various forms of general debility tract of Beef, 4 grains of Citrate of Iron, and 4 oz. of
ADULT DOSE—Cnc tablespoonful between meal*, and when Sherry Wine.
suffering from fatigue or exhaustion DOSE.—For Adults, one tabiespoonful between meals
DOSE FOR Children should be reduced according to age
Each half fluid oz. contains the strength of or.e ounce of Beef jor when suffering from fatigue or exhaustion.
with half oz. of Sherry Wine, two grains of <_ itrate of Iron, twenty
grains of Sugar, flavored with Oil of Orange. PREPARED BY

PREPARED AT PAINTER & VREELAND,

PACIFIC HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY, for. California & Kearny and Cor. Clay & Kearny.
SAN FRANCISCO.
F. HILLER, Jr., &. 00,,

33 Dupont St., Cor. Geary, San Francisco.

Mr©M©£I Bras., San Joso? €alt>

UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED, ALL LABELS FURNISHED GUMMED AND CUT, READY FOR USE

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE.

41

No. 3532. No. 3533. No. 3534. No 3535. No. 3536.
250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. 250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. 250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30.

BENZINE BENZINE. EXCE^s,0 ^-OPEHT’s CLEANSING

FOR REMOVING FOR THE REMOVAL OF ^MAGICft CONCENTRATED aAaAAAAAAAAaAA^AAAAAA

Greasej,, Pi maimntu,).Etc Grease Spots, Paint, Etc. osp/e3G02He ■rz’j^/EinEJ^j'ZLr^rzi IiTKTXK CREAM,

FROM ALL The Cleaning of Silks, Gloves, ElffiMil) FOR REMOVING ^WVVW
Cloths and Fabrics generally,
Silk or Woolen Goods without damage to the ar¬ /B0H0EeHfc3/HHeS03E02/ Grease, Paints, Etc. For Removing Paint, OH,
ticle, and making them or Grease Spots from
Without injury to the finest look equal to new. For Removing Grease, Paint, FROM ALL Clothing, or any
fabric or most delicate colors. Etc., from all Silk or kind of Fabric.
Directions.—Apply with a Woolen Goods. Silks or Woolen Goods.
DIRECTIONS. linen rag, rub well and wipe Apply with a Sponge
Place a piece of cotton cloth dry. Be cautious of fire. Will not Injure the Finest Fabric or Directions—Place a piece or Soft Rag.
under the spot to be cleaned, most Delicate Colors. of cotton cloth under the spot
and apply with a sponge or SOLD BY to be cleaned, and apply with PREPARED BY
rag. Do not use near a flame. Directions. —Place a piece of cotton a sponge. It should not be
C. W. CORNELIUS, cloth under the spot to be cleaned, and ap¬ used near a flame. F0X>4-H70\TDEE,
PUT UP BY ply with a sponge or rag. It should not be
Pharmacist, used near a flame. PREPARED ONLY BY Druggists,
GEORGE WOOD, Cor. First and Stark Streets, Wixom Block, 3d St.,
PREPARED BY J. A. RUPERT,
Druggist, Portland, Or. SAN BERNARDINO.
Hi- CL TIEBITS, Druggist,
SIERRAVILLE, CAL Hailey, - Idaho.
Pharmacist,
COLUMBIA, CALIFORNIA.

No. 3537. No. 3538—250, $1.25; 500, $1.75; 1000, $250, No. 3539.
250, $1.10; 500, $1.60; 1000, $2.25. 250, $1.00; 500, si.40; 1000, $2.00.
\3
YU Pf LUlD
XT —FOR—
' L TX I 331
-FOR- CleaningKid Gloves
: FOR:-
Cleaning Kid Gloves, AND REMOVING
Cleaning Kid Gloves
AND REMOVING GREASE SPDTS, PAINT, TAR, ETC.
AND REMOVING
CREASE SPOTS, PAINT, TAR, ETC. —FROM—
CREASE SPOTS, PAINT, TAR, Etc.
-FROM- Silk, Cloth & OtherFahrics.
-:from:-
i Silk, Cloth and Other Fabrics, DIRECTIONS.
Silk, Glotli and Other Fabrics, Place a thick piece of cloth or flannel
| DIRECTIONS. on a table, and on this lay the soiled
- ♦ ♦- I Place a thick piece of cloth or flannel on a table, and material, well stretched. Then soak a
DIBECTI02STS. i\ on this lay the soiled material, well stretched. Then/, piece of flannel or cotton with the fluid
\\ soak o piece of cotton or flannel with the fluid, and and saturate the stained part with it, at
Place a thick piece of cloth or flannel on a table, and saturate the stained part with it, at the same time j the same time rubbing gently, and tak¬
on this lay the soiled material, well stretched. Then drubbing gently, and taking care not to allow it to ing care not to allow it to spread more
soak a piece of flannel or cotton with the fluid and 1,1 spread more than possible. than possible.
saturate the stained part with it, at the same time I CA UTION.—Lucine Fluid, being inflammable’ CA UTION.—Lucine Fluid, being in¬
rubbing gintly, and taking care not to allow it to \ must not be used near a light or fire. flammable, must not be used near a
spread more than possible. light or fire.
Morrison's Drug Store.
CA UTION. — Lucine Fluid, being inflammable, PUT UP BY
must not be used near a light or fire. No. 6 Ridgway Block,
geo. McDouall,
V^hhEje PJOTJT/1CY, SANTA ROSA. CAL’A.
IDrag-g-ist,
J. R. WHITAKER, Apothecary,
CARSON CITY, NEV.
VAI.I.EJO, - - CALIFORNIA.

We have in stock a large assortment of Borders and Cuts for this class of work, and can furnish any kind
of Fluid Label or Wrapper at reasonable rates. See Note at bottom of page 36.

jMoNeil Bros,, Sn n Gn /.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

42 Flu v o ring; IJxiViWt

In all Flavoring Extracts, the name of article can be changed without extra charge.

No. 3540. No. 3541. No. 3542. No. 3543. No. 3544.
250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30. 250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30. 250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30. 250, 65c; 600, 90c; 1000, $1.30. 250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30.

CONCEggATED CONCEgBATED CONCEggATED

•goiTIayoting VANILLA STRAWBERRY PINEAPPLE

I'orTteyoriug pisiilgj aMaBBaa _|or|Ta^otin|

QMalsla MADE EXPRESSLY FOR THE CHAS. J. SMITH & CO. STACKPOLE & BOTKIN, K0GHN § IRYIJV,
TpHlSf' Druggists,
SAN FRANCISCO Drugs and Stationery, Pharmacists,
WRIGHT & BROWN, 24th & Valencia Sts., S. F. Butte City, Montana, 4th St., East Portland, Or.
Druggists, CASH GROCERY,
No. 3550.
Healdsburg, Cal’a. 519 Post St.

No. 3545. No. 3346. No 3547. No. 3548. No. 3549.

KTos. 35-45 to 3550 — 250, 50c; 500, 70c; IOOO, $1.00.

CONCENTRATED KOHLMAN’S CONCENTRATED __ TJ ^ EXTRACT

FOR FLAVORING :;.PURE -> lEanriBJMHr CONCENTRATED of:- GongentrateD
GOMENTRATED HBgeaEeE/EPjg
Ice Cream, Custards, -of- EXTRA C; T EXTRACT
Pastry,Jellies,Etc. EXTRACT —OF— A i i 4A i 4
ALMOND For Flavoring
Use to Suit the Taste. Flavoring Ice Cream, PINEAPPLE t' "t* T T T-' ^ nr
Custards, Jellies, For Flavoring Ice tom,Jellies
-FROM- Pastry, Etc, For Flavoring Ice Cream, For Flavoring IceCream,
ICE CREAM, Custards, Jellies, Custards, Jellies, Pastry, Etc,
NANSCA WEN&CO. USE TO SUIT THE TASTE Pastry, Etc. Pastry, Etc.
Pharmacists, Jellies, JOS. PSLMER
S.KOHLMAN, Grocer, Use to Suit the Taste. KIRK, CEARY & CO.,
Main Street, Visalia, Cal. CUSTAEDS, City Drug Store,
216 Sixth Street, Pastry, Etc. PREPARED BY Wholesale and Retail LS GRSNDE, OR’N.
No. 3551. Bet. Howard & Folsom, S. F. DRUGGISTS,
C. NEUMANN, J. MOURON No. 3556.
Cheap Cash Crocer, 416 T Street,
Qzucjy tdt, SACRAMENTO, CAL.
1307 Polk st„ SONORA, CAL.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

No. 3552. No. 3553. No. 3554. No. 3555.

ITos. 35 51 to 3553 — 250, SOc; 500, 7Cc; IOOO, $1.00

A

(g_ _ PURE

CONCEgRATED IS COHCEggATED fl CONCENTRATED CONCENTRATED

tl extract *mM2E*
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jorFlayoi-ing of si -OF- M I I I I I Mil l III IUH I
|>0rFlavorin^
■mms&gi. m PINEAPPLE WINTEHGREEN

C^V>V;V'W n for flavoring 1 mini 11 mi rn in
lee Cream, Cus¬
P. KEOGH, r S('OTT^(THIK(’J{ FOR FLAVORING
Drugs and Stationery, tards, Jellies,
; Druggists, Pastry, Etc. lee Cream, Jel¬
Cherry Creek, Nev. lies, Custards,
> Livermore, Cal. PREPARED BY
Pastry, Etc.
G. M. ACLY
Drug-gist, PREPARED BY

Crescent City, Cal’a. H. BENTLEY & (50.
Druggists,

WOODBRIDGE, CAL.

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE,,

neons ■JL&t) 43

In all Flavoring Extracts, the name of article can be changed • without extra charge.

No. 3557. No. 3558. No. 3559. No. 3560.
250, 80c; 500, $1.10; 1000, $1.60. 250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. 250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. 250, $1.10; 500, $1.60; 1000, $2.25.

iXTHACT ... (PURE). - lOf/* EXTRACT*® fcONQEJVfy

*-OF- ) CONCENTRATED ^ » . OIF1 'yw

^EXTRACT8

OF

feL...

mi VAMLLA STRAWBERRY

:Ty 1 'JC($)QpZ- . FOR FLAVORING -*iF0R FLAY0RINGF-

FOR FLAVORING —-^FOR FLAVORING'^'- Ige (si^eam, Nellies, Igg Eream, Jellies, Eustards
bustards, Pastry, Etc,, Etc,
Ice bream, Jellies, bus¬ Ige ©i^eam, Nellies I?ASTI^Y, GyG., €tG.
tards, Pastry, Etc. Kustards, Pastry, Etc., Etc. PREPARED BY
PREPARED BY
PREPARED BY i. PREPARED BY ’ ■^DRlIGGISin,-^
KENNEDY & VEflCM,
©. E, HARtAN, J.G.BOOTH, fj Carson City, Nev.

Druggist, tkAV\ Druggist,
BELLEVILLE, NEV. TRUCKEE, calx

No. 3561.
250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.

DIREC TIONS. — Saturate No. 3562. No. 3571. EL DORADO, CALIFORNIA.
a little cotton, and appljr to 250, 30c; 500, 45c; 1000, 60c. 250, 35c; 500, 50c; 1000, 70c.
the hollow of the tooth. No. 3572.
Directions,—Cleanse the cavity of M 250, 30c; 500, 45c; 1000, 60c.
FROM the Tooth ; wet a small piece of cotton
with the drops and apply to cavity Vacavi 1! §o
w. e. McCartney,
LOUIS WEINMANN, 3- TOO
Dispensing Chemist,
City Pharmacy, r. ~ 3 c: 73
YALE, B. C. Cor. First and H Sts. Benicia, Cal'a. $Z
£1 5
No. 3563. No. 3564. No. 3565. &g-al C>

Nos. 3563 to 3565—250, 25c; 500, 35c; 1000, 50c. §-•

1

III

SUPERIOR \ EAR-AGHE No. 3573. No. 3574.
250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, $1.00. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1 20.
Eye Lotion —):o:(—
i drop in the ear, or rGYX'+*>i
J. M. WALKER,
Chemist & Druggist apply on cotton.

Corinne, Utah. RINE&LAIRD
Druggists,

Alturas, Cal’a.

No. 3566. No. 3567. No. 3568. No. 3569.

^SUPERIOR^ Nos. 3566 to 3570—250, 25c; 500, 35c; 1000, 50c.

WATER lE®Ii in mi EYE WATER. Mouth Mums For Cleansing and Preserving the
Teeth, and Hardening the Gums.
One drop in the Saturate a little ^00 Directions.—One drop in the Directions—A few drops
eye three times a cotton, and apply eye three times a day. on a wet tooth brush. DIRECTIONS.—Dip the brush in water,
Theodore Creen, in hollow of tooth. DROPS (soft or rain water is the best), then pour
C. A. CLINTON, Druggist, PREPARED BY a small quantity of the Wash on it. and
Druggist, Prepared by Put one drop in Mission St., Opp. 29th, S. F. rub it on the teeth.
Austin, Nevada. the ear. A. EVANS.
D.M.Calbreath, No. 3570. PREPARED AND SOLD BY
1 Druggist, Prepared by 310 ZE3Za.3res St..
©MI SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. EDWIN 0. ROI.-ItR,
Buena Yista, Or. J, W. CONN, FOR TOOTHACHE.
Chemist,
Druggist, C A. CLINTON,
Astoria. Oregon. SANTA- ANA, CAL.
Druggist & Apothecary,
M ssion St. Opp. 29th, S. F. ...

M©M©M Bmm % UmJL

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER.

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN.

44

No. 3575—250, si. 00; 500, SI. 40; 1000, $2.00. No. 3576—250, $1.00; 500, 81.40; 1000, $2.00. No. 3577—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00.

«S3Bi This preparation embodies the A SURE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR
tonic influence of one of the most
a Laron syrup efficient salts of Iron, (the Citrate Diarrhea, Dysentery, Flux,
of the Ferric Oxide,) in combina¬ Cholera Morbus, Etc.
9 FOIf pmKIJJG IiKJIO^HDK. tion with our most valuable ner-
vine, Calisaya Bark Directions.—For an adult, give a tablespoonful
Directions.—Put two tablespoonfuls in a little water; the dose to be repeated in an
of Syrup to a tumbler of cold water, or The Iron has no taste, and the bitterness is that of hour if necessary.
|J about one gill to a pint of water. Mix, Peruvian Bark. It neither discolors the.
and you have a superior Lemonade. teeth nor induces headache. PREPARED AT
K LI’i
fed PREPARED BY DOSE.—For an adult, a tablespooful three times a day,
half an hour before meals. Children may take a teaspoon¬ OKXTRHIi PJTOJPCY,
COFFIN & MAYHEW, ful three or four times a day, with a little water.
fJ' Druggists and Apothecaries, PREUSS & PIR0N1, Pharmaceutists,
Prepared by
20th and Mission Sts., S. F. 21 Spring’ Street,
:S F, F. MULLER, Druggist, LOS -A-HSra-ZEILIES, O-A-Ii’-A-.

Elko, Nevada,

No. 3578-250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. No. 3579—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. No. 3580—250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80.

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No. 3581 250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. No. 3582-250. 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000,81.80.

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HIS PREPARATION combines in a pleasant form the valuable nutritious There is perhaps no preparation which contains these Ingredients in
P*y tonic and stimulating properties of its ingredients. Prompt results will a more desirable or palatable form. It is much used °by Phy¬
sicians to invigorate and strengthen the nervous system.
follow its use in impaired nutrition, impoverishment of the blood, and in
I general debility. Adult Dose.—One tablespoonful between meals. Dose for DOSE.—One teaspoonful three times a day, unless otherwise directed
by the attending Physician.
children should be reduced according to age.
Prepared by CULVER A PHILLIPS, Drumrists
L -) PREPARED BY (- 1
I*. O. Building, I.a Junta, Colorado.
a S. CALDWELL, Druggist and. Apothecary, *

Moore’s Klat, California.

FOR ORDERS OVER 1,000 SEE CLASSIFIED PRICE LIST ON FOURTH PAGE OF THIS CATALOGUE,

MJscella nmms Labels* 45

No. 3583—250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00. No. 3584—250, .*1.00; 500, .*1.40; 1006, $2.00.
-(PERSIAN- )-
-Me EUREKA

FOE EESTEOT-irTG- FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF

Roaches, Bed Bugs, Fleas, Ants, Moths, Mosquitoes, Etc. Fleas, Flies, Ants, Moths, Bed Bugs, Mosquitoes, Etc.

This is a vegetable production from Persia, and will be found a most effectual de¬ --**-080-4*--
stroyer of the above mentioned and other insects. It is not poisonous, and can be used
with perfect safety. This Powder is strictly a home production; is a most effectual destroyer ot all pests
which infest the household and garden, and is entirely harmless to mankind and domestic animals.
For destroying Roaches, Etc., it should be strewed about the place where they Used judiciously and thoroughly, it becomes the cheapest and most effective agent known to
are usually found. To destroy Mosquitoes, burn a small quantity in the room or place science for the destruction of all insects, etc.
infested.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING. —Distribute the Powder in such a manner as to
Woolens and Furs, when put away for the Summer, are effectually protected from create a dust. This dust inhaled by the insects, causes immediate death. For mos¬
Moths by the use of this Powder. quitoes, burn the Powder; the smoke kills instantly. To kill cockroaches, place the
Powder in the places infested. Sprinkled on birds, fowls and animals, it keeps them
KEEP WELL COPKED. free from fleas and lice. Used on flowers, it protects them from the ravages of bugs
and insects. Furs and other wearing apparel are protected from moths by sprinkling
-From APOTHECARIES’ HALL, B. GUTIERREZ, Proprietor, them with this Powder.____

Cor. State and Ortega Sts., Santa Barbara, Cal. \v. E. McCARTNEY, Dispensing Chemist,

-KTALE, IB. O. —J

No. 3585—250, 90c; 500, 81.25; 1000, $1.80.

RAT, ROACH AND ANT EXTERMINATOR.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE.—Spread the paste evenly on bread ; sprinkle with brown sugar and on top flour; cut in one inch pieces.
For Roaches, add some common, thick molasses to the extract, and use it freely around the cracks and crevises they frequent, and smear
on paper. . For Black and Red Ants, add gum arabic syrup to the extract.

Prepared, loy OSBUB1TE £.c CO., IDr-o-g-g-ists a-rrd. -Z^_potlr.eca.ries,
El XTGENTE CITT, OREG-ON.

No. 3587—250, 80c; 510,81.10; 1000,81.60.

No. 3586-250, 70c; 500, 95c; 1000, $1.40. No. 3588—250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, 81.30.

Exterminator. cM. A. WALTERS,; Druggist,| See that
m
or mouse holes and other dark places abou this strip has not J Main St., Oak Creek, Color■aaddoe^
\ the house. Spread very thm. been broken. m

PVT VP AT No. 3589-250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, 81.00.

CITY DRUG STORE. < CTi; PLUMMER & BYERLEY, DRUQCISTS, PORTLAND, OR.

>CHARMAN B No. 3590—250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, 81 30.

Oregon City, Cr. I. BUCK, Jr., & COT; B! ] PORTLAND, OREGON. iNNglt;

No. 3593—250, 50c; 500, 70c; 1000, 81.00. (Q -At -At .M&r. jiilTjnr. mllSar. jdQk L T —' * ♦ ■ * , J nifU- A -At @) **

T) 0\£RRHCE4 ® No. 3591—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, 81.20

IIWKI MAUDS i CUBISTS, DAYTON, W. T.

FOR THE CURE OF No. 3592—250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000. $1.30.
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Cholera Morbus,

Summer Complaint, Pains in the
Stomach and Bowels, Etc.

DOSE.—From 5 to 30 drops, as occa¬
sion may require; to be repeated every
fifteen minutes if necessary.

PREPARED BY

W. E. McCARTNEY,

ZSlspensiiig Chemist,
b o.

WHERE UNGUMMED LABELS ARE WANTED, IT MUST BE EXPRESSLY SO STATED IN EVERY ORDER

DO NOT CUT OR MUTILATE THIS SPECIMEN BOOK, BUT ORDER BY NUMBER OF THE PATTERN

46 MiseelIa neon s. £ (ibQls.

No. 3595. * No. 3596. No. 3597. No. 3598.
250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50. 250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, §1.50. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. 250, $1.00; 500, $1.40; 1000, $2.00.

(\lA C ^ k Igfr

CREAM

XjOtioXT A Pleasant and Sooth¬
ing Application foi
wy w, ^ -y;. _^
Chapped Hands, Lips,
and all irritated For Beautifying and Presenting the Com¬
surfaces.
plexion, and imparting a Fresh and Youthful Ap¬
ftPPLM ~R UB~FHEELT.
pearance, Remouing Tan, Sunburn and Discolora¬
PREPARED BY
tion, and imparting at once a louely and brilliant
n.m.white
Complexion.
‘Sruggbt,
Directions for Using.—Shake the liquid
SALMON CITY, - IDAHO. well. Take a piece of Velvet Sponge and ap¬
ply the Creme. Then, with a dry sponge,
No. 3599. No. 3600. No. 3601. rub quickly, so as to use but little and spread
250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30. 250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20. 250, 65c; 500, 90c; 1000, $1.30. over a large surface. The thinner put on the
more delicate the complexion.

vyil ' " “"• s &LY Prepared at the Laboratory of

IX.IF.OIH.N JT B m" 1EEZ j£HL *

Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Etc. m% Fir lOl POST ST.3
SAN FRANCISCO.
NEVER FAILS.
GLYCERINE No. 3602—250, 60c; 500, 85c; 1000, $1.20.
Remember, that this Preparation h
completely free from the so harmfu This Preparation is nine- An effectual and pleasant
quicksilver so much in use in injections tenths Pure Glycerine, and application for Sunburn,
may be substituted lor the
Directions.— Keep the injectioi liquid, when desirable for out¬ Chapped Hands, Lips,
nside as long as possible. Bathe am ward application. Face, and all abra¬
keep clean the affected part with cok ded surfaces.
water. WILL FEISBIE,
‘Sioiiccv ‘J'racj Store, Directions.—Apply a little WITH GLYCERINE
PREPARED ONLY BY of the Lotion, rubbing it well
REDWOOD CITY, DAL. over the parts affected. ael oofiuc^ &mofievtt Olppficattovv J^or vBfiap- t/
Dr. A. BERTELLI, \(
Pharmacist, No. 3604. peb elCavtbo, <£ipa, aub ctff 3zzi-
250, 90c; 500, $1.25; 1000, $1.80. PREPARED BY l‘a!'eb §t('t{^acea
523 Davis St, San Franc!sco.
H.S. DANIELS & SON Rub a little on the affected part, especially after washing \[^LYki]
No. 3603.
250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50. Druggists, and at bed-time. ,IVy[\U i

P Downey City, Cal. M. eo„ m..,

L- -_JJJ 400 Hayes St., Cor. Gough, San Francisco.

No. 3605. No. 3606.
250, 80c; 500, 1.10; 1000, $1.60. 250, 75c; 500, $1.00; 1000, $1.50.

fj V Wj [i SPECIFIC

L ,——: 7— . — :a sure cuke for:—

DIRECTIONS.—One teaspoonful after G0N0EIL Ail Infallible Remedy Monorrta,Gleet,&c. A SPEEDY A PCD SURE CURE,
each meal, and at bed-time Avoid stimu¬
lants, and all kinds of rich, greasy, or Gleet, Etc. THIS Mixture is confidently recom¬ THIS MIXTURE is confidently recommend¬
highly seasoned food. mended as ei pleasant and safe rem¬ ed as a pleasant and safe remedy. It is so pre¬
THIS Preparation is confident¬ edy. It is so prepared as not to offend pared as not to offend the most sensitive taste,
a ISHELBY JXTCII ly recommended as a pleas¬ the most sensitive taste, and will effect a and will effect a cure in the most obstinate cases.
ant and safe remedy for the above cure in the most obstinate cases.
(glUIY DFJUG SfilOF?E, diseases. It is prepared so as not DOSE.—A teaspoonful after each meal and
to offend the most sensitive taste, dose -A teaspoonfvl after each meal at bed-time. Avoid all stimulating drinks,
I&h and will effect a cure in the most and at bed-time. Avoid all stimulating and rich, greasy or highly seasonedfood while
obstinate cases. drinks, and rich, greasy, or highly sea¬ taking this medicine.
soned fwxl, while taking /I,;., medicine.
DOSE.—Shake the bottle well, and PREPARED BY
take a tablespoonful three times a day, PREPARED ONLY BY
between meals. Avoid all stimulating G- BOOTH,
drinks, and rich, greasy, or highly sea¬ w. e. McCartney, Druggist and Apothecary
soned food while taking this medicine.
rsFFSn Dispensing Chemist, Front Street, Truckee. Cal.
PREPARED ONLY BY
VALE, B. C.
smith & McCartney,

Druggists and Apothecaries,

ALBANY, OR.


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