1870s ad note for Dr. Flint's Quaker Bitter, the Great Blood Purifier, Providence, Rhode Island. The tonic was, “for nervousness, catarrh of the head and stomach, scrofulous humor, canker, pimples and humors on the face, summer complaints, female weaknesses. Restores the appetite, purifies the blood. For dyspepsia, constipation, sick headache, dizziness, low spirits caused by disordered stomach, rheumatism, neuralgia, kidney and liver complaints, bilious attacks, piles, malaria, torpidity of the system, languor, general debility, fever and ague.”The Flint family was also in the furniture business and had a somewhat similar ad note for of their store here.
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