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From the Civil SERVICE GAZETTE. Dr. Scott's MAGNETIC BRUSHES.--Headache, especially that form of the complaint which is induced by neuralgia, is one of the most distressing ills that flesh is heir to." and although there have been many remedies both of a local and internal kind tried for the alleviation and cure of that extremely painful description of cephalalgia, it rarely succumbs to treatment so effectually as to leave the patient in a state of perfect ease and comfort. Electricity, however, which has worked such wonders in mechanical science, has of late years been resorted to as a curative power, and simply by adrpting hair brushes of a magnetic kind some of the most vexativus and troublesome diseases have been thoroughly cured. We may take, for instance, the Electric Hair Brush. which is supplied by the Pall Mall Electric Association, Limited. These brushes, charged as they are with the “odic force," exercise the best effect upon all forms of neuralgic diseases, as well as thoroughly removing scurf and dandruff, and preventing the thinning and falling off of the hair. Headaches of a nervous kind, so frequently complained of by ladies and persons of weak constitution, are effectually warned off or cured by resorting to the use of Dr. Scott's Electric Brush. By the introduction of such mechanical remedies the health of the public will probably become greatly improved, for by a little energetic action in the way of hair brushing in the morning, not only will headaches be warded off for the day, but such a healthy action of the skin promoted, that the preservation of the hair will be ensured. The directions for the use of the brnshes are simple in the extreme It is necessary only. if the patient suffers from head. ache and neuralgia, to brush slowly from the forehead towards the spinal column. By adopting this course of action congestion is not only unloaded, but the subtle and health-restoring odic force" has full play. We may mention that the brushes are made of the best prime bristles (not wires ! !), and that the Pall Mall Association have factories and depots at London, Paris, New York, Hamburg, Berlin, and Vienna.
From the QUEEN, September 10th, 1881. The Pall Mall Electric Asscciation, Limited, 21, Holborn Viaduct, London, E.C., has submitted to us the celebrated Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Brush, which is a speedy remedy for Nervous and Bilious Headache and Neuralgia, and beneficial to the hair and scalp in various ways. The Brush is well made, and of PURE BRİSTLES, and extremely pleasant to use. It is accompanied by a neat little compass in a silver case, for the purpose of showing that the Electric character of the Brush is a reality. There cannot be any doubt that a current of electricity passes through it, because its action upon the needle of the compass is marked and peculiar. We find that by changing the position of the compass the needles can be made to point not only to the north, but to the east, west, and south of its curative properties we can say it is an admirable article, and most effective.
From MyRA'S JOURNAL OF DRESS AND FASHION, Oct. ist, 1881.
Martyrs to Headache and Neuralgia are always ready to try any new means offered to them for allaying the sufferings to which they are unwilling victims. Amongst the recognised cures for these painful complaints may now be reckoned Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Brush, supplied by the Pall Mall Electric Association, Limited, 21, Holborn Viaduct, and sent post free for 125. 6d. Each Brush is accompanied by a small Compass, and a very few experiments in passing the Brush over and around the Compass leave no doubt that it is strongly magnetic. The Handle is made of a black composition, dead in parts, but susceptible of a high degree of polish. and the bristles-which are bristles, and not wire-are also black. The Brush is used in the ordinary way, but in brushing for Headache it should be from the forehead to the back of the head, and, if possible, the brushing should be done by another person. Most people who are subject to Headache know the soothing effect of having the hair brushed, and if this Electric Brush is used, the effect is more speedy and certain. It is also a good Brush for daily use, being pleasantly hard, and, if used in conjunction with Macassar Oil, it cannot fail to keep the hair in good condition, both as to appearance and healthy growth. The Flesh Brush. upon the same principle. is very good and cheap.
From the Court JOURNAL. September 24th. 1881. The hair has always been regarded as one of the attributes of female beauty, whilst its loss can hardly be regarded with satisfac. tion even by the sterner sex. To woman it is her crowning glory; hence the numerous specifics and inventions offered to her for its preservation. Without offering any opinion as to the utility of the many preparations for beautifying and preserving the hair, we may at least urge that the simplest remedies are the best. It is claimed for Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Brush--and that claim is supported by numerous testimonials-that the use of this Brush will speedily cure Headache and Neuralgia, and that it will prevent the falling off of the Hair, and also arrest premature greyness. The Brush is composed of pure bristles, no wires being used. the handle being made of light composition resembling ebony. By its use an electric current is produced. which is altogether beneficial to the hair and head. The new brush is recommended by the best physicians, and has also obtained Royal and distinguished patronage. The proprietors are the Pall Mall Electric Association, Limited, 21. Holborn Viaduct, London.
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AN HONEST REMEDY (recommended by the best Physicians). Such is the proud boast of reference to DR. SCOTT'S ELECTRIC BRUSHES which have been so long and favourably before genuineness of the testimony by which the above gratifying statement is supported, inasınuch as we profuse with acknowledgments of headaches relieved, impending baldness averted, &c., which are sceptical as to the advantages to be derived from the use of the Electric Brushes, which are me Amongst this imposing array of testimonials, to which, wo understand, additions are being made D.C.L., the senior Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, a gentleman of world-wide fame and mos Edward Husband, Incumbent of St. Michael's, Folkestine, which narrates in the highest terms the ing effect of the rush. Our own experience of Dr. Scott's Brush fully bears out the opinions exp the brain is overworked, and all engaged in journalistic work know what that means, is most soot who are threatened with premature baldness, will do well to accept the invitation of the Pall-Mall Asociation to pledged to return all money received if the representations made by them are not foun Brush is coraposed entirely of the best black bristles, and the back and handle, in which is contained ornament to any dressing-table. We understand the Association is formed expressly for the
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will do well to give their avoid the pitralis that are constantly being laid for the unwary by unscrupulous imitators.
A BEAUTIFUL BRUBH, Lasting for Year. We will send it, post-paid, on receipt of 124 64. tances should be made payable to C. B. HARNESS, PALL-MALL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION (L: London and County Bank. We guarantee safe delivery into your hands; or request your nearest Da Box. As soon as you receive the Brush, if not well satisfied with your bargain, write us, AND WE W CAUTION. Beware of WIRE and other so-called Magnetic Brushes.
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