[Thomaston, ME?]: np, nd (late 19th century?). Broadside. 34 x 16.5 cm. Tears and shallow chipping along the edges, not affecting text. Signed in type by James Brislein, formerly of Winterport, but now of Thomaston, Maine. The 25 lines of text describe four separate uses for the medicine he invented, only available from him, "no druggist has it for sale," as follows:
No.1. Eradicates tape, stomach and pin worms, and gives symptoms.
No.2. Scofala, Salt Rheum and Canker or any inward tumor.
No.3. Dyspepsia, and gives symptoms.
Price 50 cents a bottle. No copies located OCLC, ATWATER, or elsewhere. Item #66154