Nice Natural Cures photos

A few nice natural cures images I found:

Old 1904 Mediology Leather Bound Book
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An old book medical book, titled “Medicology” I discovered at a garage sale, in the 1980’s, that was one of many that the family was selling after the doctor that they belonged too passed away. I’m not sure if anyone is interested in these, but I’ll try a few pictures to see if so. Please let me know if you’d like more pictures. The cures in the book are fascinating.

Image from page 137 of “The oist” (1886)
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Identifier: oist15albi
Title: The oist
Year: 1886 (1880s)
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Subjects: Birds
Publisher: Albion, N.Y. : Frank H. Lattin
Contributing Library: American Museum of Natural History Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

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ncluding fineFish, Trilobite, Crinoids, Corals, Sponges,several fine Ferns, etc., only . A great varie-ty Unios with one valve highly published from35c to , very showy. Taxidermy in all itsbranches at reasonable prices. Illustratedcatalogue by mail, 10c. J.M.WIERS, Natural-ists Agency. 357 W. VanBuren St., Chicago, 111. CABINETS. SendlOcts for photo of ourspeciality—Self Locking. T perches -Oak sam-ples by mail 8c, 10c and 15c: also stands, shields,glass cases, game panels. &c. Cabinets to or-der. HANAFORD CABINET CO., 139 and 141W. Fulton St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 58MOtf H. H. & C. S. BRIMLEY, COLLECTORS, RALEIGH,N. C. First-class Skins of Birds and Mammals,Birds Eggs, Reptiles and Batrachia bothAlive and in Alcohol. Histological Ma-terial. Full data. Send stamp for lists. NATURALISTS PRINTING %Zltl^ cheap. Egg labels l.=ic per 100 small; 25 per 100large. Fossil 10c per 100. Letter heads 35 per100. Send copy for prices. D. H. EATON,Woburn. Mass. eaStEi Restored MINERALS

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■—^IIE jj.izz-j of sleeplessness can only b& I roalizcd by those who have cxperi- * cnccdit. nervousness, sleeplessness, i:.T.dachc3, neuralgia and that miserable i J2l!n3 of unrest, can surely bo cured by Dr 103 r.?storative Nervine. So certain is ^r, ::il;.3 of this fact that all druggists are .■.I.ir-izccl to refund price paid for the first ;y. i tried, providing it does not benefit. r; •.. Ilciiry Bruns, wife of the well known. •I •■■-::uiith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says: I :;zs troubled with sleeplessness, nervous- .3.-i, inadacho and irregular menstruation: -:r.riuj untold misery for years. I used. avJ j-.is advertised remedies for female com- ;i:i.at3 besides being under the care of local jli.-i Mans, without help. I noticed in Dr. .il-.. advertisement the testimonial of a ■ y cured of ailments similar to mine, and .; ..-:i never cease to thank that lady. Her- . – /.lunonial induced me to use Dr. Miles :: rviuo and Nerve and Liver Pills, which ,torcd me t

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Image from page 176 of “Harper’s New Monthly Magazine Volume 104 December 1901 to May 1902” (1902)
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Identifier: harpersnew0104various
Title: Harper’s New Monthly Magazine Volume 104 December 1901 to May 1902
Year: 1902 (1900s)
Authors: various
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Publisher: New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers
Contributing Library: Brigham Young University-Idaho, David O. McKay Library
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thers, the longest of which mea-sure from three feet to three feet fourinches. But this is not all. In additionto the metallic gold-green of head, back,and tail comes a rich scarlet upon breast,while the four middle tail feathers aredeep black and the others pure white. A real revelation I had once by ob-serving a quetzal in the full light of day.Sitting upon a branch of a tree, it ap-peared against the strong light as adark brown silhouette of violet hue. As the bird turned, so that the light fellupon its side, this color changed to abeautiful steel-blue. As the bird turnedstill more, the blue changed to blue-green, and at last there flashed upon mea magnificent smaragdine and goldgreen of an intensity equalled only inthe humming-bird and a few tropicalbutterflies. No wonder, then, that thenations of Mexico and Central Americavalued the feathers of the quetzal morethan gold, and that by the word quetzal-li —the name of the birds tail feathers—they designated everything dear, pre-

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The Head-Dress of Montezuma, now in theImperial Museum of Natural Historyat Vienna cious, and unique, as the parents, sweet-hearts, bride, the most favored children,rulers, and jewels. Resplendent with all the colors of sun-light, the quetzal was, like the phoenix,revered as a symbol of the sun, as well asof the most beloved god Quetzalcoatl,the lord of the rising sun and the gentleair. That it was held sacred and enjoyedfullest protection seems, therefore, onlynatural. Indeed, we know from theSpanish chronicler Francisco Hernandez,who wrote in the middle of the six-teenth century, that it was forbiddenunder heavy penalty to kill a quetzal.Only expert fowlers were allowed to se-cure its feathers. To this end the fowlers,after reaching the haunts of the quetzal,scattered about boiled Indian wheat, anddrove into the ground rods besmearedwith birdlime. The birds, becoming en-tangled in this, were an easy prey. Asthe chronicler says, these birds knew in-stinctively the value of their plum

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