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MALTINE is a concentrated extract of malted Barley, Wheat and Oats. In its preparation the tempera ture does not exceed 150 deg. Fahr., thereby retaining all the nutritive and digestive agents unimpaired. Extracts of Malt are made from Barley alone, by the German process, which directs that the mash be heated to 212 deg. Fahr., thereby coagulating the Albuminoids and almost wholly destroying the starch digestive principle, Diastase.


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We append, by permission, a few names of the many prominent Members of the Medical Profession who are prescribing our Maltine Preparations :

J. K. BAUDUY, M. D., St. Louis, Mo., Physician to
St. Vincent's Insane Asylum, and Prof. Ner-
vous Diseases and Clinical Medicine, Missouri
Medical College.

WM. PORTER, A. M., M. D., St. Louis, Mo.
E. S. DUNSTER, M. D., Ann Harbor, Mich., Prof.
Obs. and Dis. Women and Children Universi-
ty and in Dartmouth College.

THOMAS H. ANDREWS, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.,
Demonstrator of Anatomy, Jefferson Medical

B. F. HAMMEL, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa., Supt. Hospital of the University of Penn.

F. R. PALMER, M. D., Louisville, Ky., Prof. of Physiology and Personal Diagnosis, University of Louisville.

HUNTER MCGUIRE, M. D., Richmond, Va., Prof. of Surgery, Med. Col. of Virginia.

F. A. MARDEN, M. D., Milwaukee, Wis., Supt. and Physician, Milwaukee County Hospital.

L. P. YANDELL, M. D., Louisville, Ky., Prof. of Clinical Medicine and Diseases of Children, University, Louisville.

JOHN. A. LARRABEE, M. D.. Louisville, Ky., Prof. of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and Clincal Lecturer on Diseases of Children in the Hospital College of Medicine.

R. OGDEN DOREMUS, M. D., L.L.D., New York, Prof. of Chemistry and Toxicology, Bellevue Hospital Medical College; Prof. of Chemistry and Physics, College of the City of New York. WALTER S. HAINES, M. D.. Chicago, Ill., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology, Rush Medical College, Chicago.

E. F. INGALLS, A. M., M. D., Chicago, Ill., Clinical Professor of Diseases of Chest and Throat, Woman's Medical College.

A. A. MEUNIER, M. D., Montreal, Canada, Prof. Victoria University.

H. F. BIGGAR, M. D., Prof. of Surgical and Medical Diseases of Women, Homœopathic Hospital College, Cleveland, Ohio.

DR. DOBELL, London, England, Consulting Physician to Royal Hospital for Diseases of the Chest.

DR. T. F. GRIMSDALE, Liverpool, England, Consult ing Physician, Ladies' Charity and Lying-inHospital.

WM. ROBERTS, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S., Manchester, England, Prof. of Clinical Medicine, Owens' College School of Medicine; Physician Manchester Royal Infirmary and Lunatic Hospital. J. C. THOROWGOOD, M.D., F.R.C.P., London, Eng land, Physician City of London Hospital for Chest Diseases; Physician West London Hospital.

W. C. PLAYFAIR, M.D., F.R.C.P., London, England, Prof. of Obstetric Medicine in King's College, and Physician for the Diseases of Women and Children to King's College Hospital.

€ W. H. WALSHE, M. D., F.R.C.P., Brompton, Eng land, Consulting Physician Consumption Hospital, Brompton, and to the University College Hospital.

A. WYNN WILLIAMS, M. D., M.R.C.S., London, England, Physician Samaritan Free Hospital for Diseases of Women and Children.

A. C. MACRAE, M.D.. Calcutta, Ind., Dep. Insp.-Gen. Hosp. Ind. Service, late Pres. Surg., Calcutta. EDWARD SHOPPEE, M.D., L. R.C. P., M.R.C.S., London, England.

LENNOX BROWN, F.R.C.S., London, Eng., Senior Surgeon, Central Throat and Ear Hospital. J. CARRICK MURRAY, M. D., Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, Physician to the N. C. H. for Dis eases of Chest.

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MALTINE is prescribed by the most eminent members of the Medical Profession in the United States, Great Britain, India, China and the English Colonies, and is largely used at the principal Hospitals in preference to any of the Extracts of Malt.

We will forward gratuitously a 1-lb. bottle of any of the above preparations to Physicians, who will pay the express charges. Send for our 28 page Pamphlet on Maltine for further particulars. Address REED & CARNRICK,

MABORATORY: Yonkers-on-the-Hudson. .


182 Fulton St., New Yor

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The Second Edition, just published, brings the subject up to date, and includes the remarkable discovery by Prof. Koch, of Berlin, of the Bacillus of Tuberculosis.

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Wadsworth's Elevator.

The most simple and practical of any stem pessary ever invented made of India Rubber, without lead, unirritating, of easy application and unfailingly keeps the womb in its natural position. The first-class physicians in Providence, and eminent practitioners in almost every State, highly recommend it.

A pamphlet describing it, and testimonials of distinguished physicians, also Price List, sent on application.

H. H. BURRINGTON, Sole Proprietor,


Also for sale by dealers in Surgical Instruments generally. Beware of imitations sold on the great reputation of the above.


Medical College & Hospital of Chicago.



The 22d Winter Session commences Sept. 27, 1881, and closes the fourth Thursday in February, 1882. Clinical facilities unsurpassed. Material for dissection abundant. Large, well-lighted and comfortable rooms.


D. S. SMITH, M. D.,

Emeritus Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.

N. F. COOKE, LL. D., M. D.,

Emeritus Professor of Special Pathology and Diagnosis.
A. E. SMALL, A. M., M. D., 1204 Wabash Avenue,
T. S HOYNE, A. M., M. D., 1634 Wabash Avenue,
H. B. FELLOWS, M. D., 2937 Indiana Avenue,
Professors of the Principles and Practice of Medicine.

R. LUDLAM, M. D., 526 Wabash Avenue,

Professor of the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women, and Obstetrics
GEO. A. HALL, M. D., 2131 Wabash Avenue,
HARLAN P. COLE, M. D., Central Music Hall,
Professors of the Principles and Practice of Surgery.
W. J. HAWKES, M. D., 241 Dearborn Avenue,
Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
C. H. VILAS, M. A., M. D., Central Music Hall,
Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear.

C. GILBERT WHEELER, Ph. D., M. D., 81 Clark Street,
Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology.

S. LEAVITT, M. D., 3659 Vincennes Avenue,
Professor of Physiology.

C. E. LANING, M. D., 3034 Michigan Avenue,
Professor of Descriptive and Practical Anatomy.


E. S. BAILEY, A. M., M. D., 2131 Wabash Avenue,
Professor of Histology and Microscopy.

C. A. PUSHECK, M. D., 238 North Clark Street,
Adjunct Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology.
GEO. F. SHEARS, M. D., 455 West Washington Street,
Lecturer on Physiology.

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T. S. HOYNE, M. D., Registrar,

1634 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Ill.



THIS well-established Homœopathic Medical Journal is now in its seventeenth year, and has a large and increasing circulation in homœopathic circles.

Among its subscribers and contributors are the most intelligent minds of both continents, so that there is a demand for eminently practical articles, useful hints, valuable gleanings, and current medical news, all of which it supplies. It is the aim of the management to elevate medical literature, keep up with the times, maintain an independent stand, and, in short, to edit a journal the need of which shall be felt by every member of our school.

In the advertising department will be found matters of especial interest to homœopathic practitioners, and advertisers desirous of reaching the profession will find this Journal the best means of so doing.

The price is $3.00 per annum, in advance; single numbers, 30 cents. Specimen copies free.

Articles and letters for publication, books for review, and exchanges should be addressed to the editors.

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It requires no boiling or straining; it requires only to be dissolved in warm milk and water. Mellin's Food is made upon the principles advanced by Liebig. It is recommended by the highest medical authorities as the Best Food for Infants.

Pamphlet containing analysis, testimonials, directions etc., and sample bottle, free by mail to any physician. For sale by all Druggists and Apothecaries.

PRICE, 75 and 50 CENTS.

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