The Daily Republican (Monongahela, PA) 26 Jan 1887 – on Newspapers.com //
Over the years, I have seen an awful lot of advertising by H. H. Warner and the Warner’s Safe Remedies Company. After all, if Warner was nothing else, he was a master of advertising and marketing. He realized the unparalleled importance of convincing the public that his medicines were the key to good health. His “Safe Cure” not only had the power to remedy ills of the kidneys and liver, but a host of other maladies that afflicted the public.
The ad below appeared in the January 26, 1887 edition of The Daily Republican, published in Monongahela, Pennsylvania. It is, perhaps, one of the best summaries of the range of problems to which Warner’s Safe Cure could attend. A few of them, I had never seen before, including Opium Habits and Constipation.