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Horace Tracy Hanks, M. D., Member of the Co. Med. Soc.,
I want to call attention to Lysol, which I believe in a one-
Put up in One Pound Bottles.
(1 pound furnishes 12 gallons
A full descriptive pamphlet, con-
LEHN & FINK, Sole Agents, NEW YORK.
"The nature of the Sickness found, What is the Remedy?"
-Troilus and Cressida.
In Cholera Infantum and summer diarrhoeal disorders "the nature of the sickness," in its incipiency, is most frequently a functional weakness of digestion. The organic changes consequent upon inflammatory action, are sequelae resulting from the continuance and extension of this deficient functination. This, we take it, constitutes the "pith and marrow" of the causation of the trouble. Then: "What is the remedy?"
Lactopeptine will greatly aid in restoring such weak functions to their normal vigor, by furnishing the digestive juices with the natural ferments which they lack. If you are not familiar with the use of Lactopeptine in these cases, Doctor, like
Cap'n Cuttle, "make a note of it."
The N. Y. Pharmacal Association,
YONKERS, N. Y.
We have added a Manufacturing and Repair Department to our establishment, and can now supply Braces and Appliancse at
than they have ever been sold in the west.
Repairing and Replating Instruments of all kinds will receive prompt attention.
J. D. PORTER, Pres.
J. N. SCOTT,
Antiseptic Dressings, Crutches, Batteries
Thermometers, Hypodermic Syringes, INSTRUMENTS.
I will not be Undersold. Write for quotations.
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THE JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE of Philadelphia.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
The Annual Session of the Jefferson Medical College begins October 2d, and Continues over seven months. Preliminary Lectures will be held from 25th of September. Course of Instruction and Facilities.-Three years of graded instruction are required of candidates presenting themselves for the degree of M. D.. but the voluntary fourth-year course which is now offered is strongly recommended. The instruction consists in didactic lectures, amply supplemented by clinical teaching at the bedside and in the laboratories and dispensaries.
In addition to the members of the Faculty there is a large corps of experienced instructors who assist the professors in practical work in the laboratories or in bedside work at the hospitals and dispensaries. Every candidate for the degree is personally taught, by dividing the class into small sections, in Clinical Medicine and Physical Diagnosis, Obstetics and Gynæology, Major and Minor Surgery and Bandaging, Orthopaedic Surgery, Discases of Children, Ophthalmology, Neurology, Otology, Dermatology, Laryngology, and Genito-Urinary Diseases. Ample clinical material is afforded by the Jefferson College Hospital, in which no less than 300 patients are treated daily, and by the Philadelphia and other Hospitals.
Laboratory instruction is given in Medical Chemisty, Pharmacy, Physiology, Clinical Microscopy, Anatomy, and Histology, and in Operative Obstetrics, Surgery, Pathology, and Hygiene.
Daily instruction in the practical branches is given in the Hospital of the College, is a special feature of the course in the second and third years, and is without extra charge.
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