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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13. 1S9Q.
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THREE PATIENTS DISCHARGE SIX AND ONE-HALF OUNCES OF STONE.
Stone in the madder Rheumatic Gout.
Case or Col. Thomas II. Holt, 0110 of the Grout Cotton Msuiufitcturlng Kings of the South, ami Xdcutonant
Governor of the Stnto of Nortli Carolina. Ho discharges ONE AND A XIAXjV OUNCES OF CALCULI
niulor lis notion. Tils case stated by Ills family Vhyslclan, Dr. E. C. X.tilrt1, of Uaiv Klvor, N. C.
STONE IN THE BLADDER (UMC ACID) DESTROYED BY THE ACTION OP THE WATER HI MEANS OB"1
SOLUTION OR DISINTEGRATION.
AN OUNCE OF CALCULI PASSED UNDER ITS ACTION. THIRTY-FIVE CALCULI IN FORTY-EIQHT HOURS.
Case of DR. I). J. WEISTLING, or Midulctowk, Fa., stated hy himself.
"Experience in its use In STONE IN THE BLADDER, in my own person, eimblcs me to fittest theclllcaey of the
RUFFALO L1THIA WATER In tills pninful malady. Arter having been lontr subjected to sufferings, tho intensity of
which ennnot be described, I liavc, under the influence of this Water, passed ax ounce of CALCULI, (URIC ACID,) sonic
of which weighed as much ns four grains, affording Inexpressible rnlicf nnd leaving uic in u condition of comparative case
"On one occasion I passed tiiiuty-i'ivk Calculi in iohty-iuout nouns. Thcnpnoarancoof this Calculus Nuclki
indicates unmistakably, I think, that they were nil component pahticles of one laiige calculus, destroyed iiy the
action of the Wateh, by means of polution ami DisiNTEoiiATiON. At my advanced period of life, (I am sevknty-skvkn
yeaiis and six months of Am:,) and in my feeble general health, it surulcal operation was not to he thought of, and thk
Water seems to have accomplished all that such an opehation, if successful, could have done. Besides
greatly increasing tho quantity of the urine, this Water exerts a decided influence on its chemical constitution, rendering it
rapidly neutral, if previously acid, and ufterwards Alkaline; rrom being high-colored, it becomes pale, and having:
deposited copiously it becomes limped nnd frfmsnamif."
Col. Thomas H. Holt, Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina.
STATEMENT OF It. JLAIJRB.
From the Maryland Medical Journal, of November 17, 1888.
"The relief afforded by BUFFALO LITHIA WATER to a patient of mine, Col. Thomas H. Holt, of this place, a
sufferer from RENAL CALCULI, is, I think, worthy of some record. The 1st of May last he came under my earn subject
to frequent attacks of NEPHRITIC COLIC. Except as to tho usual treatment for tho relief of present suffering, I put
him EXCLUSIVELY UPON BUFFALO LITHIA WATER SPRING NO. 3, under the inlluenco of which hoin a few weeks
passed four CALCULI weighing from two to three grains each, which was followed by a disappearance of symptoms.
Notwithstanding, however, the continued use of the water, after a short interval there was a return of these attacks with
Increase both of frequency and severity, when he made a visit to the Buffalo Lithia Springs, where he used tho water six
weeks with tho following results: Ten days after arrival he began to discharge at intervals largo quantities of CALCULI
and SAND, which continued for several weeks, and afterwards gradually diminished, until at the expiration of six weeks
there was only occasionally, and barely perceptible upon minuio examination, a slight sandy deposit in tho urine. At
the same time improvement in tho general condition of tho patient was very marked.
"The amount of CALCULOUS matter discharged may safely be estimated at from ONE TO ONE AND A HALF
OUNCES. Under microscopic examination it was evident, I think, that the CALCULI AVERE ORIGINALLY PARTS
OF LARGER FORMATIONS DISSOLVED BY THE ACTION OF THE WATER. Analysis made by Dr. F. S. Wualey,
Kesident Physician at the Springe AND CONSULTING PHYSICIAN IN THE CASE, showed it to bo URIC ACID.
"Six weeks havo elapsed since he left tho Springs. Use of tho water continued. THE URINE IS FREE FROM
SEDIMENT AND NORMAL.
"RHEUMATIC GOUT in a severe form, associated with, and which indeed preceded tho CALCULOUS affection,
which had resisted tho usual remedies, was also to a great extent relieved by the use of tho water. It is proper for mo to
add that I was in constant attendance upon Col. Holt during his stay at tho Springs."
Water, in Oases of One Dozen One-Half Gallon Bottles, $5.00 per
TnE ABOVE PLATE IS FROM A PHOTOGRAPH, AND REPRESENTS THE EXACT SK5E AND SHAPE OF THE
CALCULI PASSED BY DR. WEISTLING. THEY WERE PRESERVED BY
HIS SON, DR. J. WEIR WEISTLING.
STONE IN THE BLADDER OF THE WHITE PHOSPHATIC VARIETY. FOUR OUNCES DISCHARGED UNDER:
THE ACTION OF THIS WATER.
Case stated by DR. G. HALSTEAD BOYLAND, late Professor of Surgery Baltimore Medical College; Into Surgeon French.
Army, (Decorated;) Member of Baltimore Academy of Medicine.
: "The case of Mr. C. which came under my observation ns Resident Physlcinn at the Springs during the season, of
j 1881, affords undoubted evidence that Buffalo Lithia Water is a SOLVENT FOR URINARY DEPOSIT, commonly known
j as STONE IN THE BLADDER. He was operated upon for STONE, the operation affording but partial nnd temporary
j. relief. A year afterwards he visited the BUFFALO LITHIA .SPRINGS, at tho time passing small quantities of a
j; URINARY DEPOSIT, of the TRIPLE PHOSPHATE OF AMMONIA aud MAGNESIA VARIETY, and his sufferings such
I as required that he shoiddbcltept constantly under the influence of opiates. In some eight weeks tho solvent properties of
the Water were evident in the diminished consistency of the deposit, the increased quantity discharged, and by its change
I I from Concrete Lumps to fine Sand, which he discharged to the amount of FOUR OUNCES. After a time, however, the
j quantity gradually diminished, and finally ceased, and ho left the Springs with the deposit dissolved and iCashcd out of the
1 : system, and the Diathesis fons el oriyl morht altered. 'Jlicre had been a disappearance of the attending distressing symptoms,
I and great improvement in his general condition."
Case at the Springs. Full Springs Pamphlet sent on Application.
IB-1. C3-OOZDZE, Proprietor, Buffalo Lithia Springs, Virginia.
Novelties in Jewelry.
From tho Jewelers' Weekly.
A new brooch is a bow of gold net edged with
Mourning bracelets are made of Hat segments
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Men's rings are larger and richer than ever.
They are usually of deep yellow gold twisted
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and diamonds, used separately or combined.
There is but little change in bracelets. Knife
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Diamond solitaires mounted like those in ladies'
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Largo yellow diamonds are used In special
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