Union Bitters
{etched} {T3}
C2073E1-89M10651
1899
Seabury & Johnson 160 N. 5th. Ave. Mfrs.
Plasters & Bandages Br. of New York City
“DR. A.S. HOPKINS / UNION
STOMACH BITTERS / HARTFORD
CONN”.
"Not in my collection"
DR. A.S. HOPKINS UNION STOMACH BITTERS, Circa 1882 – 1899
9 3/4 x 2 3/4
Square, Yellow, Amber and Green, LTC, Applied mouth, 3 sp, Scarce
Label: Composed of sarsaparilla and other roots and barks. Compounded so as to act in
concert, and assist nature in eradicating disease, stimulating, importing tone to the
stomach, and strength to the system and a most efficient tonic. Warranted a pure
vegetable medicine, guaranteed to keep in any climate and improve with age. Unequaled
for hotel, family or medicinal Use. Cholera morbus, asiatic or spasmatic cholera,
dysentery and diarrhea. It gives immediate relief in all cases of pain, bilious and painter’s
colic, cramps, spasms, convulsions, etc… Cures sudden colds, coughs, fever and ague,
canker in the mouth and stomach, kidney complaints, seasickness, headache, cleanses
the stomach, regulates the bowels and imparts a tone of health and vigor to the body.
Continued to be advertised in 1912.
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Hartford, Connecticut