Nichols' Bark and Iron
Date: 1870 - 1890 |
Advertisement for Nichols' Bark and Iron depicting a boy blowing a very small horn. He is standing beside a box on a table. On top of the box is a barking dog. The heading is "Nichols' Bark and Iron". At the bottom is stated: "An iron tonic a specific for ague and malarial fevers, loss of appetite, nervous prostration, headache, &c. &c." On the box is: "The best remedy for indigestion, dyspepsia, general debility, hypochondria &c." In tiny print at the bottom right corner is: Trautmann, Bailey & Blampey, N.Y. The reverse of the card states that "Nichols' Bark and Iron is an invaluable and never-failing stimulating tonic especially adapted for Clergymen, Counselors, Journalists, and persons of sedentary habits". Billings, Clapp & Co., Proprietors, Boston, Mass. For sale by F.W. Boulton, Spencer, Mass. more...