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Please specify PARKE, DAVIS & Co.'s Preparations on your Orders and Prescriptions.
For full details of the medical and botanical history of these remedies, see · New Preparations," a quarterly Journal of Medicine, published by Geo. S. Davis, Detroit, Mich. Subscription price for the year 1878, 25 cents, which enclose to the publisher, at above address (P. 6. Box 641). BERBERIS AQUIFOLIUM-Fluid Extract. From the Rocky Mountains. A powerful alterative, with strong tonic properties. An
invaluable remedy in syphilitic and scrofulous disorders, salt rheum, etc. CASCARA SAGRADO-Fluid Extract.
From British America. A sovereign remedy for habitual constipation and dyspepsia. KAVA KAVA-Fluid Extract.
From the Sandwich Islands. Or great value in gonorrhea, gleet, rheumatism and gout. GENTIANA QUINQUEFLORA--Fluid Extract.
Indigenous. An antiperiodic, said to be equal to quinine. PARAGUAY TEA-Fluid Extract.
From South America. A powerful nervous stimulant, similar to Coca.
A pure and effective diuretic.
For malarious diseases and enlarged spleen.
KAMALA, &c., &c., &c.
PICRATE AMMONIUM, &c., &c., &c.
PARKE, DAVIS & CO.,
FOR SALE BY ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
We respectfully ask the Medical Profession to give the above preparation a trial, knowing they will find it just the thing long desired, and obtain splendid results in the wasting diseases indicated by mal-nutrition and assimilation. The perfect and permanent union of the Cod Liver Oil with the Hypophosphites, and the thorough manner in which the nauseous taste is disguised, renders it so palatable that the most delicate stomach can retain it. The notable advantage it possesses over all other preparations, is its PERMANENCY AS AN EMULSION, remaining for an almost unlimited time without the slightest separation or change, which enables the Physician always to prescribe it in its proper proportions. The oil is prepared expressly for us, and guaranteed strictly pure. We will gladly furnish, express paid, a 4 oz. sample to any Physician in the country who may not have been supplied.
FORMULA.–50 per cent. of pure Cod Liver Oil, 6 grs. of the Hypophosphite of Lime and 3 grs. of the Hypophosphite of Soda to a fluid ounce.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
Manufacturing Chemists, 125 Hudson St., N. Y.
Messrs. Scott & Bowne:
NEW YORK, September 4, 1876. Gents-I have prescribed Scott's Emulsion of Con Liver Oil with Hypophosphites in both private and hospital practice, and consider it a valuable preparation. It remains as a permanent emulsiou even in extremely hot weather, and is more palatable than any other preparation of oil that I have used. Yours, very respectfully,
ROBERT WATTS, M.D.,
(OD LIVER OIL bas attracted the attention of the profession for its nutritive qualities, and as it has wo incompatibility with the Hypophosphites, intelligent searchers have tried to mix them in a palatable form. After many trials of months' duration, I have given the preference to Scott & Bowne's Emul. sion, and I have obtained with them very surprising results even to mysell, who have devoted my care to that kind of disease for nearly twenty years.
L. DEBREMON, M.D., New York.
Messrs. Scott & BOWNE:
Within the past year I have used in my own family, and in my private practice prescribed very extensively, Scott' Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites, and found it a most valuable preparation, especially in cases of children. It is both agreeable to the taste and acceptable to the most delicate stomach, which renders a very reliable agent as a nutritive remedy in consumptive and scrofulous
Youre, respectfully, A. H. SAXTON, M.D., Baltimore, Md.
Samples holding four ounces will be furnished gratuitously to Physicians on application. Scott's Emulsion is put up in large bottles, price $1.00, and dispensed by all leading druggists. In prescribing, please specify Scott's.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
125 HUDSON ST., NEW YORK.
HAVING HAD SEVERAL YEARS OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
IN THE PROPAGATION OF
I am now devoting my whole attention to this business, and baving secured the services of several efficient assistants, am better than ever prepared to furnixb the Profession with any quantity of fresh Animal Vaccine from my own stables, graded according to its prospective reliability and duration of activity.
This lymph is the result neither of retro-vaccination nor of re-vaccinations of the same animal, but is secured from a succession of select heifers. The same subject cannot be used the second time, and hence the difficulty of securing suitable animals is very great, but arrangements have been completed for a full supply during the coming season.
ALL MATERIAL IS WARRANTED in a manner similar to that of other propagators, as follows:- If any package of grade X or XV prove inert, it will be replaced by a fresh supply, if reported with the return of ihe numbered wrapper, within fifteen days of the day of sale. This warrant is extended on grades XX, XXX and XXXX to 21, 28 and 35 days respectively.
The higher grades only are recommeuded, but for various reasons they cannot always be furnished at a moment's notice. Every effort, however, will be put forth to give perfect satisfaction, and to fill no orders with any bui a reliable article.
There has been considerable difficulty experienced by physicians in the past in transmitting the disease to children who have never been vaccinated, but this has been now so far overcome as to make this material fully as satisfactory as humanized vaccine, while it at the same time atfords much more secure protection against small pox, avoids the possibility of inoculating loathsome diseases, and is available in sufficient quantities in times of an epidemic.
Ten large ivory points, charged on both sides, grade X,
$1.50 Grade Xv,
2.00 Grade XX,
2.50 Grade XXX,
3.50 Grade XXXX (furnished only in large quantity, or during an epidemic),
5.00 Crusts will be sold by weight. Those weighing 1 grain for $1.75; 2 grains, $2.50; 3 grains, $3.25; 4 grains, $3.75; 5 grains, $4.00; 6 grains, $4.25; 7 grains, $4.50; 8 grains, $4.70; 9 grains, $4.90; 10 grains, $5.00.
Large typical crusts and those from compound vesicles are the most reliable, being composed mainly of solid lymph.
In vaccinating with points, first moisten the lymph with half a drop of cool water, then with a dull lancet scarify the arm like this in at least two places, deep enough to reach the superficial venous capillaries. Wipe off what blood may exude, and then apply the flat surface of the point and rub the moistened lymph thoroughly into the incisions with a scraping or rasping motion-after which scrape up all the resulting blood and lymph, plaster it over the scarifications and allow it to dry by the heat of the arm. Court plaster should not be used. The clothing must be loose in order to facilitate the venous circulation and the absorption of the vaccine lymph. Undue bleeding should also be avoided. Time, patience, skill and thoroughn are essential to success in primary vaccinations of infants.
In using crusts, scrape up a sufficient portion into a thin paste with water, and proceed as with points.
All forms of animal vaccine should be kept protected from heat, light, air, moisture, electricity, and all influences which favor putrefactive action. Carrying vaccine in inside vest or coat pockets, or allowing it to remain in heated offices, should also be carefully avoided.
The self-sealing vaccine case is highly recommended for its convenience to the busy practitioner, and because it overcomes many of the difficulties of preservation of animal vaccine. These cases are large enough to hold about thirty large points, and will be furnished at $1.50 each.
NO ORDERS FILLED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY REMITTANCE. P. 0. Orders or Drafts are safest, speediest and most convenient, while Registered Letters are always delivered one or two days later. J. PETTET, A.M., M.D.,
Fresh consigments of the above matter received REGULARLY, and Warranted EXACTLY as represented.
F. A. EMMONS, M.D., 978 Wabash Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL.
UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
410 East Twenty-sixth St., opposite Bellevue Hospital, New York City.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE.
REV. HOWARD CROSBY, D.D., LL.D.,
Chancellor of the University.
Emeritus of Clinical Surgery; President
of the Faculty. CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., Pro
fessor of Diseases of the Ear; Dean of
the Faculty. JOHN C. DRAPER, M.D., LL.D., Professor
of Chemistry. ALFRED L. LOOMIS, M.D., Professor of
Pathology and Practice of Medicine. WILLIAM BARLING, A.M., M.D., F. R. C.
S., Professor of Anatomy.
WILLIAM H. THOMSON, M.D., Professor of
Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
siology and Histology.
gery. J. WILLISTON WRIGHT, M.D., Professor
of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and
Practical and Surgical Anatomy.
POST-GRADUATE FACULTY. D. B. ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D., Professor of MONTROSE A. PALLEN, M.D., Professor Opthalmology.
of Gynecology. WM. A. HAMMOND, M.D., Professor of HENRY G. PIFFARD, M.D., Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System
Dermatology. STEPHEN SMITH, M.D., Professor of Or. A. E. MACDONALD, M.D., Professor of thopedic Surgery.
Medical Jurisprudence. J. W. S. GOULEY, M.D., Professor of Dis- JOSEPH W. HOWE, M.D., Clinical Professor eases of the Genito-Urinary System.
of Surgery. THE COLLEGIATE YEAR is divided into three Sessions: A Preliminary Session, a Regular Winter Session, and a Spring Session.
THE PRELIMINARY SESSION will commence September 19, 1878, and will continue until the opening of the Regular Winter Session. It will be conducted on the plan of that Session.
THE REGULAR WINTER SESSION will commence on the Third of October, 1878, and end about the 1st of March, 1879.
The location of the new College edifice being immediately opposite the gate of Bellevue Hospital, and a few steps from the ferry to Charity Hospital. Blackwell's Island, the Students of the University Medical College are enabled to enjoy the advantages afforded by these Hos. pitals, with the Icast possible loss of time. The Professors of the practical Chairs are con. nected with the Hospitals, and the University Students are admitted to all the Clinics given therein, free of charge.
In addition to the daily Hospital Clinics, there are eight Clinics each week in the College Building. Five Didactic Lectures will be given daily in the College Building, and Evening Recitations will be conducted by the Professors of Chemistry, Practice, Anatomy, Materia Medica,
etc.. Physiology, Surgery and Obstetrics, upon the subjects of their Lectures. THE SPRING SESSION embraces a period of twelve weeks, beginning in the first week of March and ending the last week of May. The daily Clinics, Recitations and Special Practical Courses will be the same as in the Winter Session, and there will be Lectures on Special Subjecis by the Members of the Post-Graduate Faculty.
THE DISSECTING ROOM is open throughout the entire Collegiate year; material is abundant, and it is furnished free of charge.
STUDENTS WHO HAVE STUDIED TWO YEARS may be admitted to examination in Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, and if successful, will be examined at the expiration of their full course of study, on Practice, Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Surgery and Obstetrics; but those who prefer it may have all their examinations at the close of their full term.
FEES. For Course of Lectures,
$140 00 Matriculation,
5 00 Demonstrator's fee, including material for dissection,
10 00 Graduation fee,
30 00 Post-Graduate Certificate,
30 00 For further particulars and circulars, address the Dean,
Prof. CHAS. INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., University Medical College, 410 East 26th St., New York City.
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, BURLINGTON, VT.-Twenty-fifth Session, 1878.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE. MATTHEW HENRY BUCKHAM, A. M., A. F. A. KING, M. D., Washington, D. C.. D.D., Burlington, Vt., President.
Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of SAMUEL WHITE THIAYER. M. D.. LL.D.,
Women, Consulting Physician to Mary Burlington, V., Emeritus Professor of Gen.
Fletcher Hoepital. eral and Special Anatomy, Consulting Sur
HENRY D. HOLTON, M. D., Brattleboro, geon to Mary Fletcher Hospital.
Vt., Professor of Materia Medica and GenWALTER CARPENTER, M. D., Burlington,
eral Pathology. Consulting Surgeon to Mary
Fletcher Hospital, Vt.. Professor of the Theory and Practice of MARSHALL CALKINS, A.M.M.D., Spring: Medicine, Physician in Chief to Mary
field, Mass., Professor of Physiology and Fletcher Hospital.
Microscopic Anatomy. JOHN ORDRONAUX, M. D., LL.D., New JAMES L. LITTLE, M. D., New York City,
York City, Emeritus Professor of Medical Professor of the Principles and Practice of Jurisprudence.
Surgery, Surgeon in Chief to Mary Fletcher WILLIAM DARLING, A. M., M. D., F. R. C. Hospital. S., New York City, Professor of General and GEORGE S. SMYTH, Ph.D., University ProSpecial Anatomy.
fessor of Chemistry and Toxicology. . PROFESSORS OF SPECIAL SUBJECTS. WILLIAM A. RAMMOND, M.D., New York A. T. WOODWARD, M. D., Brandon, Vt.,
City, Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Professo. of the Surgical Diseases of Nervous System.
Women, Consulting Physician to Mary ROBERT W. TAYLOR, M. D., New York Fletcher Hospital.
City, Professor of Diseases of the Skin.
EDWARD S. PECK, A. M., M. D., BurlingProfessor of Diseases of the Heart and ton. Vt., Professor of Diseases of the Eye
and Ear. Lungs, Attending Physician to Mary Fletcher Hospital.
LEROY M. BINGHAM, M. D., Burlington, STEPHEN M. ROBERTS, M. D., New York Vt., Demonstrator of Anatomy. Attending City, Professor of Diseases of Children. Surgeon to Mary Fletcher Hospital.
This Medical College is situated near the l'niversity Buildings, and npon an eminence overlooking the City of Burlington, Lake Champlain, and the Adirondack chain of Mountains. For beauty of scenery and salubrity of climate its situation is not surpassed by any institution of learning in the country. The building is of brick, well ventilated, and provided with two com. modions lecture-rooms and amphitheatre, two large, well lighted dissecting rooms, and in every way perfectly adapted for clinical aud scholastic teaching. It contains a large museum, composed of a great number of Osteological and Vascular preparations, both wet and dry, and is open to the students during the session.
HOSPITAL ADVANTẢGES. The Mary Fletcher Hospital, now in progress of erection, will probably be ready to receive patients before the next regular session.
Clinical instruction in Medicine, Obstetrics, and Surgery, will be given during the regular course of lectures, by the Professors of the Medical department of the University
THE REGULAR WINTER SESSION will commence on the first Thursday of March, 1878, and continue sixteen weeks. This Course will consist of from five to six lectures daily, in the various Departments of Medicine and Surgery:
In order to render the course of instruction still more complete, six new Professorships on special subjects have been created by the Faculty, which will afford the student a rare opportunity for gaining information from gentlemen well known as recognized authorities in their par. ticular departments on subjects of great practical interest. These lectures will be delivered during the regular session.
CLINIQUES.-Besides these lectures there will be Clipiques beld as follows: SURGICAL CLINIQUE, by PROF. LITTLE, CLINIQUE FOR DISEASES OF SKIN, by every Saturday, from 9 to 12, during the last PROF. TAYLOR, once a week during his
half of the Session. MEDICAL CLINIQUE. by PROF. CARPENTER,
CLINIQUE FOR DISEASES OF CHILon Wednesday morning, during first half of DREN, by Prof. ROBERTS. the term. CLINIQUE FOR DISEASES OF EYE AND CLINIQUE FOR DISEASES OF NERVOUS EAR, by PROF. PECK, once a week during SYSTEM, by Prof. HAMMOND, during his his course of lectures.
FEES FOR THE REGULAR SESSION:
70.00 GRADUATION FEE
25.00 Material for dissection will be furnished at cost. The tickets are to be taken out at the beginning of the Session.
Students who have already attended two full courses of lectures in other regular schools are admitted on paying the matriculation fee and $25.
Students who have attended two full courses in this College, or who have attended one full course in some regularly established medical school, and one full course in this College, are admitted to a third course of lectures on paying the matriculation fee only.
GRADUATES of this school are admitted without fee. GRADUATES of other regular schools, and Theological Students are admitted on general ticket, by paying the matriculation fee. Good Board can be obtained at reasonable rates. For further particulars and circular, apply to the Secretary,
PROF. A. P. GRINNELL, M. D., BURLINGTON, VT.