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Milk-maid Brand.

TRA D MARK

Anglo-Swiss Milk Food.

Made at Cham, Switzerland, by the Anglo-Swiss Cond. Milk Co. Prescribed by leading practitioners, and used in prominent institutions throughout the country.

Decided superiority is claimed for the Anglo-Swiss Milk Food in comparison with any other farinaceous food for infauts and invalids.

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CHEMICAL ANALYSIS.

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The proportion of nitrogenous matter or plastic aliments to carbo-hydrates or respiratory constituents in mothers' milk is 1:4.5, and in this food the proportion is practically the same, namely, 1:5.7. The fat, as a respiratory substance, is here reduced to the equivalent of starch.

My analysis perfectly agrees with the analysis given on their labels, and bears witness to the excellent and rational manner in which this food is compounded.-Dr. E. GEISSLER, Dresden, April 10, 1880.

Used in New York Infant Asylum.-J. LEWIS SMITH, M. D.

Has yielded most favorable results.-J. C. GUERNSEY, M.D., Philadelphia. The diarrhoea had been persistent for four months in spite of the use of other foods. After using two days the evacuations became normal, and the puny child is now plump and healthy.-G. M. OCKFORD, M. D., Vincennes. Used in our Sea-side Nursery. It nourishes and strengthens every child to whom it is given.-JOHN W. KRAMER, M. D., Master of St. John's Guild. Our little ones love it. It regulates and strengthens the bowels.-SISTERS OF CHARITY, St. Vincent's Home, Philadelphia.

We find that it agrees with each case.-M. SPENCER, Matron Philadelphia Infant's Home.

Samples furnished to Physicians Gratis.

Anglo-Swiss Cond. Milk Co., 86 Hudson St., N. Y. Sold by Druggists generally.

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The Principles of Medicine.

BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.

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This is a study of the elements of disease and the principles of cure. It is the basis of our practice, and, as we think, of the practice of the future. It gives a rational basis for medical practice.

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BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.

Tenth edition (second revision).

Price $7.00.

The best recommendation of this work comes in the statement, "tenth edition." It is the authority of our school of medicine, and thousands of sick are daily treated according to it. Thus far it has proven sufficient, and it has given a success that others have failed to obtain.

THE ECLECTIC PRACTICE IN DISEASES OF CHILDREN. BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.

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Ninth edition, thoroughly revised.

Price $4.00.

This work has stood the test of twenty years, and as revised it gives our treatment of to-day.

SPECIFIC MEDICATION AND SPECIFIC MEDICINES. BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.

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SPECIFIC DIAGNOSIS.

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BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.

Price $2.50.

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MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS.

BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.
Price $6.00.

This is the only work ou the subject that is fully up to the times.

THE ECLECTIC PRACTICE OF MEDICINE FOR FAMILIES.

BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.

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Price $5.00.

This work contains all of medicine that a family should know. It is anatomy, physiology, hygiene, practice, materia medica, surgery, and obstetrics. It is concise, plain and correct, and will not lead to household drugging.

ON THE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS AND THE VENEREAL BY PROF. JOHN M. SCUDDER, M. D.

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