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MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

DETROIT,

MICHIGAN.

FACULTY:

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WILLIAM H. LONG, M. D.,
Emeritus Professor of Military Surgery.

HAL C. WYMAN, M. D.,

Professor of Principles of Surgery and Operative Surgery.

LEWIS E. MAIRE, M. D.,

Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology.

OSCAR S. ARMSTRONG, M. D.,
Professor of Obstetrics, Diseases of Women,
and Gynecology.

WILLIAM I. HAMLEN, M. D.,
Professor of Chemistry and Physics.
ZINA PITCHER, M. D.,

Professor of Materia Medica and Thera-
peutics, Skin and Venereal Diseases.

WILLARD CHANEY, M. D.,

Professor of Laryngology and Hyglene.

DAYTON PARKER, M. D.,

Professor of Pathology, Practical Medicine and Pediatrics.

E. B. SMITH, M. D.,

Professor of Minor Surgery and Demonstrator of Anatomy.

SAMUEL BELL, M. D.,

Professor of Physiology and Diseases of the
Chest.

K. GUNSOLUS, M. D.,

Professor of Descriptive and Surgical An-
atomy.

HENRY A. CHANEY, M. A.,
Professor of Medical Jurisprudence.

D. L. DAKIN, M. D.,

Demonstrator of Anatomy.

HOWARD L. MANN, M. D.,

Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology.
SHELDON PITCHER, M. D.,

Assistant in Laryngology, and Assistant
Demonstrator of Anatomy.

W. R. SCURR, M. D.,

Lecturer on Diseases of Nervous System and Histology.

C. M. RAYMOND, M. D.,

Lecturer on Microscopy and Bacteriology.

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Porter Street, corner Michigan Ave., and Second St.
FEES: Matriculation, $5.00; Tickets, $50.00; Graduation, $25.00. Anatom-
ical and Chemical Material at Cost.

Spring Term.-From the 10th of March to the 15th of June.
The regular term of this College will open on Tuesday, Sept. 16, '90.
For copy of announcement, address,

WILLIAM I. HAMLEN, M. D.,
Secretary Michigan College Medicine and Surgery,
DETROIT, MICH.

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Hypodermic Tablets and Tablet Triturates.

SOLUBLE. ACCURATE. PERMANENT.

HYPODERMIC TABLETS weigh about 1⁄2 grain each, and (being very frangible) are put up in tubes convenient for carrying in the pocket medicine case, each containing 25 tablets, 4 of these tubes being packed together in one box, constituting a single original package.

We manufacture, on order, any tablets that may be desired, provided the quantity and nature of the material does not preclude its use in this form.

A hypodermic case adapted to these tablets is supplied with or without the syringe. TABLET TRITURATES are prepared of the finest materials, by the most approved methods, and unexcelled for permanency and solubility. Put up in glass-stoppered bottles of 1,000 ("M") each, and in cork-stoppered bottles of 100 ("C") each.

Each tablet may be identified by the number stamped upon it.

We furnish to order any other desired formula, the nature and quantity of which will permit of being presented in this form.

Send for complete descriptive list of formulæ.

PARKE, DAVIS & CO.,

Detroit, New York and Kansas City.

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* THE AMERICAN ANTIPYRETIC ANALGESIC & ANODYNE..
SUCCEDANEUM FOR MORPHIA.

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The GENUINE is put up in two forms only:-"POWDERED" AND "FIVE GRAIN TABLETS." Samples of each, with full information, sent free on application to

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BEEF-MEAL.

BEEF-CACAO.

BEEF-JELLY.

F. C. Herr, M. D., in an article on "Alimentation and Artificial Foods," Philadelphia Medical and Surgical Reporter, October 17th, 1891, says:

What are the diatheses and cachexia that haunt the doctor's mind? What do they require at our hands for their eradication? Medicine? I imagine not. More of sunlight, more of fresh air, more of judicious exercise, and, greater than all, more of good food is the sine qua non of substantial amendment in them. So the good results obtained by Professors Gibbes and Shurly might, perhaps, with strict propriety, be ascribed to the judicious use of good food.

After all, what is every disease but some modification of nutritive function; in its final analysis every morbid process is some derangement, slight or grave, in the up-building forces of the economy.

Dr. Frederick I. Knight, before the Climatological Association, at the 1890 session, said: "At present the usual preparation of food is so bad that after one has found the class of nutriment a patient requires it is well-nigh impossible to secure it to him."

It is beyond question that these foods-Beef-Meal and Beef-Cacao and Beef-Jellyare the best artificial foods yet offered for use.

In surgical practice, where the problem of dietetics is important, these foods must find a wide range of applicability.

In the multiform neurasthenic conditions of women, they are highly serviceable where tissue-waste exceeds repair, and where repugnance to food appears a constitutional quality.

The physician can choose from a multitude of drugs and foods that which he will use, but duty bids him to employ only those that are good-duty to the sick and suffering and confiding public.

Beef-Jelly is the latest addition to these products, and can be readily taken without -objection by the most sensitive patient.

Information as to the preparation and administration of these preparations, and samples for trial will be furnished physicians on request.

MANUFACTURED BY

THE MOSQUERA-JULIA FOOD CO.,

PARKE, DAVIS & CO., Sole Agents,

DETROIT, NEW YORK AND KANSAS CITY.

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LEEP, poetically expressed, is "Lifes nurse sent from Heaven

to create us anew from day to day. It is, indeed, "Tired Nature's sweet restorer."

somnia may may be dependent upon derangement of the nervous, circulatory, respiratory or urinary organs, the alimentary tract, the liver, or upon febrile or general disease. It may also be caused by unhygienic conditions of heating, lighting, ventilation, diet, occupation.

Whatever its cause, which must be sought for, and as far as possible removed, resort must often be had to medicinal agents.

Preparations of the Bromides, Chloral, Gelsemium, Opium and Henbane are most universally employed.

We supply these in combination in two efficient formulæ, under the name of

CEREBRAL SEDATIVE COMPOUND

(Formula A, with Opium; Formula B, with Henbane substituted for Opium), the latter for cases in which Opium is contra-indicated.

The following prescription is an eligible one for administration:
B Cerebral Sedative Compound,

Syr. Sarsaparilla Compound, ää 3 iv.

P., D. & Co.'s.

Sig: Dessertspoonful when indicated.

Descriptive literature of our products sent to physicians on request.

PARKE, DAVIS & COMPANY,

DETROIT AND NEW YORK.

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So treated and peptonized that only a small change is requisite to transform it into living blood in the Infant, Child or Invalid.

AS A NUTRITIOUS FOOD.

For Infants and Children.-A reliable substitute for mother's milk, and sure preventive against cholera infantum.

For Invalids-Persons suffering with, or recovering from low fevers, those afflicted with cancer, or with any intestinal disorder, it will prove nourishing and comforting. For Dyspeptics-Palatable and digestible. For the Aged-Strengthening and pleasing. For Nursing Mothers-Nourishing and sustaining. REQUIRES VERY LITTLE PREPARATION.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE.

For Infants, Children, Invalids, Dyspeptics, the Aged, and Nursing Mothers-Dissolve one even tablespoonful in a half pint of cold water and boil for two minutes, continually stirring to prevent burning, and strain. Should be lukewarm when taken. A reliable substitute for mother's milk. Does not constipate. To increase the already appetizing flavor, four tablespoonfuls of good milk could be added before boiling, but it is quite unnecessary. Small quantity of sugar can be added to suit taste, but this is not necessary.

KEEPS IN ALL CLIMATES.

I take pleasure in stating that the chemical and pharmaceutical preparations made by Wm. C. Wagner are worthy the confidence of all persons who have occasion to buy the best articles. As Mr. Wagner is a well trained chemist, a graduate of the Heidelberg College of Pharmacy, and a skillful druggist, his products are well worthy of trial in the public institutions, as well as by practicing physicians. ELISHA HARRIS, M. D., Late Sanitary Superintendent of the Metropolitan District, New York, U.S.A.

Prepared by WM. C. WAGNER, Chemist,
BROOKLYN, N. Y.

Circulars and Samples sent to Physicians on application.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS.

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