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September 9, 1893

Wants Cerebrine.

JAMA. 1893;XXI(11):395. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.12420630035013

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To the Editor—Dear Sir:  —Will you kindly insert the communication herewith transmitted, in your correspondence column, and oblige. Very truly yours,G.Archie Stockwell.650 Congress street, E. Detroit, Mich.

$5.00 Reward.  —The undersigned will pay $5.00 each for a few bottles of cerebrine (Hammond) of the lot issued by the Columbian Chemical Co. in May, 1893. This cerebrine was devoid of sophistication by nitroglycerin, and moreover did not have the label of the Columbian Chemical Co.,. cross-stamped by fac simile in red of Hammond's signature.Address650 Congress street, E. Detroit, Mich.

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