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habits, diet and exercise of the patients and will be pleased to con-
sult with physicians having cases which need his care.

For circular and information, address

Dr. 10. E. Saoage, $o$ UJcst 59tb Street, llew Vork



Three New Superior in Efficacy to Iodoform.
Iodine Compounds.

Possess strong antiseptic properties. Do not liberate i « J Rrlni'lprc
Iodine, and are non-poisonous, non-irritant, tastplpcs^ MIIU UUUIICao.



Are receiving the unqualified indorsement of leading medical

authorities of America and Europe, and are being regularly

used by them in preference to Iodoform, and the

many other substitutes for it.



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DistingiiisHed for its remark-
able desiccative action, and
does not cake when applied to
wounds. Possesses exceptional
healing properties. Indicated
as a dusting: powder in wounds
of all kinds. Is unequaled in
abraded surface?, like burns,
etc.; in abscesses and ulcers of all kinds ; in affections of the skin ; venereal
affections, etc. Being a very light and impalpable powder, it can be very
finely diffused, whereby the'article is rendered especially valuable for .eye, ear,
nose and throat practice.

Is distinct from most antiseptic products in being readily soluble in
water, by virtue ^mammmammmmgmgtm^^^^^mmBi^m of which it is
especially adapt- ^^^^^^^nB^^VtlS^m^^^^^^^B ^^ "^
as an antiseptic ^^miWiiMSMiimMKwmiiM^^B y^^^hin all
cases where such ^^mM mi mBmk mwAwMMi m^^^m is indicated,
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practice ; for ir- m^^^^^^^^^C^JMjI^^UijdMiMU rigations of the
bladder in cys- ^■■■■■■■■^^■■■■■^^^^^" titis, etc.; as an

injection in gonorrhoea, etc. It is also employed very successfully as a dusting



injection in guiiurriiuca, clc. it isaibu ciupiu^cu vciy :
powder where very strong antiseptic action is desired.



It is intended for internal use
as a gastric and intestinal anti-
septic, and as such has given
better results than any other
known remedy.



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BROMIDIA

THE HYPNOTIC.



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Z purified Brom. Pot., and onf^-eiarhth grain Ji

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a or SYRUP every hour, until sleep is ^

< produced. »

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S Neuralgia, Headache, Convulsions, Colic, j

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Q. vulsive Elements being eliminated. S3

2 It has less tendency to cause m

J2 Nausea, Vomiting, Con- 2.

^ stipation, Etc. Z

^ INDICATIONS.— Same as Opium or Morphia. "

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lij Anodyne principle of one-eighth grain of j,

J Morphia. "^

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Tie New M Sclool of CMlcal MeiicJDe,

328 WBST 42d STR^:E^T.



This SchoL.1 is conducted for the benefit of b'lr-v pnctiti.jners, who desire
instruction in any of the specialties. No lectures are delivered. All teaching
IS clinical and individual, classes are slrictlv limited to such numbers as will
enable the teachers to give personal instruction to each nntriculate. Members
ot classes act as assistants and operate under the guidance of their terichers.
Courses maj- begin at any time in classes that are not filled.



Carl Beck, yi.D.. Professor of Surgery, Visiting Physician to St. Mark's
Hospital, Surgeon to the German PoHklinik and to the West Side German Dis-
pen.sary, Consulting Surgeon to the H. S. G. S. Orphan As^-lum.

Thom.^s W. Busche, M. D , Professor of Laryngology , Attending Surgeon in
the Department of I^aryngologv, Rhinologv, and Otology of the German PoH-
klinik.

S. HE^^RY Dessau, M. D , Ptofessor of Pediatrics, Pediatrist MountSinai Hos-
pital Dispensary, Senior Pediatrist West Side German Dispensary, Attending
Physician Montefiore Home for Chronic Invalids.

Louis Fischer. M. D., Professor of Pediatrics, Attending Physician to the
Messiah Home, Pediatrist to the German PoHklinik and to the West Side Ger-
man Dispensan,-.

AuGUSTiN H. Goelet, M. D., Professor of Gynecology, Gynecologist to the
West Side German Dispensa^J^

Wm. S. Gottheil. M. D., Professor of Dcrmaiologv. Dermatologist to the I,eb-
anon Hospital, the We.st Side German Dispensaiy and the Northwestern Dis-
pensaiy ; Con.sulting Dermatologist to the H. S. G. S. Orphan Asylum.

Thos. H. Manlky, M. D., Professor of Surgery, Surgeon to the West Side
German Dispensary,

Henry S. Oppenheimer, M.n.. Professor of Opthalmology, Opthalmic Sur-
geon to the Montefiore Home. Oculist in the German PoHklinik, Consulting
Opthalmologist to the H. S. G. S. Orphan Asylum.

Frank D. Skeel, A.M.. ^l.D., Professor of Opthalmolos^v. Opthalmic Surgeon
to the New York Eye and E^r Infirmai-\-, Opthalmic Surgeon to St. Joseph's
Hospital and Surgeon to Mott Haven Eye Dispensary.

Ferd. C. Valextite, M. D., Professor of Genito- Urinary Diseases, Genito-
urinary Surgeon, West Side German Dispensarv. Consultant in Genito-
urinary Diseases to the United Hebrew Charities. '

LUDWiG Weiss, M. D.. Professor of Dermatology, Dermatologist to the Ger-
man PoHklinik and the West Side German Dispensary-,

A. P. Zemansky, M.D.. Professor of Practice of Medicne, Attending Physician
to Lebanon Hospital, Attending Physician to the West Side German Dispen-

And an ample corps of Associate Professors, Lecturers, and
Clinical Instructors. For full particulars, address

FERD. C. VALENTINE, Secretary,



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LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOSPITAL

HOAGLAND LABORATORY,
AND POLHEMUS MEMORIAL CLINIC,

Session 1897-^98. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

-••— : I ♦ '• ; — ^>^

T/ie Regular Term ivill coinine?ice September 2gih, i8gj.

In the Hospital aud Dispensary, 23,000 patients were treated
in the past year. Two to three hours are daily devoted to Clinical
Teaching and Physical Diagnosis. Quizzes are held by the Pro-
fessors and their assistants throughout the course, without cost.
Students also receive instruction at the Eye and Ear Hospital
(14,000 patients annualh' treated), and at the Brooklyn Hospital
(3,000). The resident staffs of these, and of St John's, St. Mary's,
St. Catherine's, Methodist Episcopal, Kings County and other
Hospitals of New York and Brooklyn, also the surgeons of the
City Ambulance service, are appointed annually, and the positions
are open to the graduates of the Long Island College Hospital.

Special instruction is given in Gynecology, Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Throat, Nose, Skin, and Nervous System. Practical
Obstetrics are taught by daily exercises on the Manikin, including
all the operative procedures, forceps, version, etc., and b}' attend-
ance on cases of confinement in the wards of the Maternity and
Out-door Obstetric Service. In the Iloagland Laboratory^, instruc-
tion is given in Bacteriology-, Microscopy, and Pathology.

Fee. — Matriculation for the Collegiate year, S5; Lectures and
Clinics of Regular Term, $150; Graduation, $25.

Good board can be had in Brookl}^ for $5 a week.

For particulars as to lectures, clinics, and fees, send for
Annual Announcement to J. H. Raymond, M. D., Secretary of
Faculty, Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ALEX. J. C. SKENE, M. D., President of the College.



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New York



College of



Dentistry,



205=7 East Twenty=Third Street,

New York, U. S. A



The attention of students is respectfully called to the following :

All students upon first matriculating at this College, are re-
quired to present to the Dean, either a Regents 48 Academic
Count Certificate, or Pass Cards for at least 36 Academic Counts,
and the remaining 12 Counts must be made up within one year
from the time of said first matriculation, or two years before re-
ceiving the degree of D. D. S.

Attention is especially called to the unequalled advantages
offered for learning practice during the Spring and Summer In-
firmary Practical Course at this College.

For further particulars, or the College Catalogue, address

FRANK ABBOTT, M. D., Dean,

22 West Fortieth St., New York.



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SECOND AVENUE and TWENTIETE STEEET,

NEW YORK CITY.

Incorporated bv Special Act of the Legislature of the State of New York.

FOR PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE EXCLUSIVELY.

(16TH YEAR, SESSION 1897-98.)

FACULTY.

Feedekick Bagoe, P^.B., Professor of
Pharmacology.

Faequhak FEEGrsox, M. D., Professor
of Pathology.

Charles B. Kelset, M. D , Professor of
Surgery, Secretary of the Faculty.

R. W, Wilcox, M.. D.. LL. D., Professor
of Medicine and Therapeutics.

C. H. KxiGHT, M. D.. Professor of Dis-
eases of the Throat and Nose.

Da^tiel Lewis, M. D., Professor of Spe-
cial Surgery (Cancerous Diseases)

W. B DeGaemo. M. D., Professor of Spe-
cial Surgery (Hernia)

H. J. BoLDT, M. D.. Professor of Diseases



D. B. St. Johs Roosa, M. D., LL.D..
Professor Emeritus of Diseases of the
Eye and Ear, President of the Faculty

Charles L. Dana, M. D., Professor of
Diseases of the Mind and Nervous
System.

Andeew H. Smith. M. D., Professor Em-
eritus of Medicine and Therapeutics.

William Oliver Moobe, M D., Pro-
fessor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear.

Bache McE. Emmet. M.D., Professor of
Diseases of women.

Edward Keeshner. M. D.. Professor
Emeritus of Naval, Military and State
Hygiene.

William Hexry Porter, M. D , Pro-
fessor of Medicine and Pathology.

Stephen Smith Burt, M. D.. Professor
of Medicine and Physical Diagnosis.

Seneca D. Powell, M. D.. Professor of
Surgery.

C. A. Von Ramdohr, M. D., Professor of
Obstetrics.

Horace T. Haxks. M. D., Professor of
Diseases of Women.

Clarence C. Rice, M. D., Professor of
Diseases of the Throat and Nose.

Graeme M. Hammond, M. D., Professor
of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous
System.

J. R. Ntlsen. M.D., Professor of Diseases
of Women.

George B. Fowler, M. D , Professor of
Medicine, Renal and Digestive Dis-
orders.



J. Boldt, M.D.
of Womeii.



Professor of



A. M. Phelps. M. D.
paedic Surgery.

Hknrt D. Chapin, M. D.
Diseases of Children,

Peter A. Callax, M. D.,
Diseases of the Eye.

O. B. Douglas, 'M. D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Nose and Throat.

J. B. Emeeson. M. D., Professor of Dis-
eases of Eye and Ear.



Professor of Ortho-



Professor of



Professor of



AuGrsTTis Caille, M. D.
Diseases of Children,

Wm. J. Morton, M. D.. Professor of Elec-
tro-Therapeutics and of Diseases of
the Mind and Nervous System.

Willy Metee, M. D., Professor of Sur-
gery.

A. Palmee Dudley, M. D., Professor of

Diseases of Women.

Geoege M. Edebohls. M. D., Professor
of Diseases of Women.

Feaxcis Valk. M. D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Eye.

B. Faequhae Curtis, M. D., Professor

of Surgery.
Peaxcis Foerstee, M. D., Professor of

Gynaecology.
Ramox Guiteras, M. D., Professor of

Anatomy and Operative Surgery on

the Cadaver.
Fraxk N. Lewis. M D., Professor of Dis-
eases of the Eye.
George T. Elliot, M. D., Professor of

Diseases of the Skin.
Leoxaed Weber, M. D , Professor of

Medicine.
Eugex-e Fullee. M. D., Professor of

Venereal Genito-Urinary and Surgery.
JoHX McG. WooDBUEY, M. D., Professor

of Orthopaedic Surgery.



I^Sessions continue throughout the year. :3^Phvsicians may join the classes at
any time. For Catalogue or further information address
D. B. ST. JOHN ROOSA, M. D, LL. D., President.

CHARLES B. KELSEY, M. D., Secretary of the Faculty,
ALEXANDER H. CANDLISH, Superintendent.



274



Albany Medical College.

Medicai, Department of Union University,

i897-'98.



ANDREW VAN VRANKEX, RAYMOND, D.D., LL D.,
President of the University.

^^?o^n^^'^f y>:^^.^^^u^'^^.^i^^i° • P^l'-' ! WILLIAM IIAILES, M. D.,

Dean of the faculty and Professor of Anthony Professor of Pathological Anat-

Didactic, Abdominal and Clinical oniy, Histology, and Fractures and

burgery. Dislocations.

MAURICE PERKINS, M.D., pvT>rc; CTP/^vr> ^it^rottt xi t^

Professor of Chemical Philosophvand ; «,L^fl^^ fTM\^^, MERRILL M. D.,

Organic Clieniistry. ' t ^ roi^'i^sor of Ophthalmology and Otology

JOHN MILTON BIGELOW, M.D., Ph.D. FREDERK^ COLTON CURTIS Af I)

Professor of^di^eases^of the Throa. j '^''^''iPofesso'l-^o^DermatoTogy.^^ ""■'

LEWIS BALCH, M.D., Ph.D., I HENRY HUN, M. D.,

Professor of MedicalJurisprudence ' Prof essor of Diseases of the Nervous
and Hygiene. I System

SAMUEL BALDWIN WARD.M.D. Ph.D-
Professor of Theory and Practice of
-Medicine.
JAMES PETER BOYD, M.D..
Professor of Obstetrics. Gynecology and

Diseases of Children.
WILLIS GAYLORD TUCKER, 31.D. ph.d



SAMUEL ROSEBURGH MORROW, m.d.

Professor of Anatomy and Orthopaedic

Surgery.

HERMON CAMP GORDINIER, M.D.,
Professor of Physiology.



, „. JOSEPH DAVIS CRAIG, M. D.,

Registrar and Professor of Inorganic and , Deuionstrat-r of Anatomy, and Curator
Analytical Chemistry and Toxicology. I of the Museum.

WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF A CORPS OF LECTURERS, INSTRUCTORS
AND CLINICAL ASSISTANTS.



Four years graded course. Instruction by lectures, recitations, laboratory
work, clinics and practical demonstrations and operations.

HOSPITAL ADVANTAGES- Albany Hospital. St. Peter's Hospital, Child's
Hospital, Albany Hospital for Incurables, Albany County Hospital, Eye and
Ear Infirmary, and their Dispensaries, are available for clinical purposes, to
students.

FEES AND EXPENSES.

All fees are pa^-able in advance, and are as follows: Matriculation, $5 pay-
able each year ; Lecture course, $100 ; Dissection, $10. (For Laboratory fees
see Catalogue). Graduation fee, $25

The regular Fall Session commences Tuesdav, September 28, 1S97 and
closes April 19, 1898.

VARIOLAS PRIZES are awarded at the close of the term to meritorious
students. Appointments to positions upon the house staff of the Albany Hos-
pital, St. Peter's Hospital, and the Ellis Hosp tal at Schenectady are made by
competitive examination, open to the graduating class of the college.

COMMENCEMENT occurs April 19, 1898. The annual meeting of Alumni
Association is held on that day.

For Catalogue of the College or further information, address,

WIIvLIS G. TUCKER, M. D., Registrar,

4 Lancaster Street, ALBANY, N. Y,



275



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Alcoholic and Drug Habitues.

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Street, on the East hank of the
East Hiver,

A splendidly located and equipped
Physicians' Private Home. Address,

J. JOSEPH KINDRED, fl. D.,

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Or, 152 West 34TH St. Daily, 3-4.30 P. m.



River Crest " can be called day or night bv
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276

GEO. H. TAYLOR, M. D. G. H. PATCHEN, M. D.

Founder, Inventor of Mechanical Massage Medical Director.

% f jl^elmproued /T)ouemeQt
^^" Qur(^ li}Stitut<^,

No. 1 1 East 59th Street,

NEW YORK.

Dear Doctor :— Do not forget that
MECHANICAL MASSAGE (the in-
vention of Dr. George H. Taylor), will
greatly assist you to cure obstinate cases
of Rheumatism, Paralysis. Sciatica, Neuralgia, Nervous Exhaustion,
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Hemorrhoids, Obesity, Deformities,
Uterine Displacements and Chronic Congestions and Inflammations
of the Pelvic Organs. It is a specific remedy for these conditions.
This Institute makes the experienced application of mechanical
massage a specialty, and at no other place or institution are its
various processes given with the knowledge, skill a^id precisioji, as
here, ifi exact accordance with the method so long practiced by its
inventor.

Personal inspection of methods solicited. Explanatory litera-
ture furnished upon application.

Chloroform U. S. P.

Quinine (Gold ami Silver Brand).

Acetanilid.

Peroxide of Sodium. . . .



Tlifi Roessler & Hasslackr Clieiiiical Co.,

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Vitalized Phosphites,

Prepared for the Use of the Profession
According to Prof, Percy^s Formula,

By F. CROSBY CO.



These alkaloid Hypophosphites are prepared from the Phos-
phoid principles of the ox brain and from the germ or embyro
of wheat.

It is a brain and nerve food, and will be found useful in the
deficient mental and bodily growth of infants and children ; in
the nervous prostration and debility of young men ; in the fatigue
of the brain of overworked clergymen, lawyers, students, and
business men ; in the lassitude and sleeplessness of debilitated
women ; in the overtaxed secretion of nursing mothers, and in
consumption.

It should be used in fractures and after surgical operations.
The Vitalized Phosphites is a dry extract, and, unlike the syrups,
will keep for years unchanged.

ANALYSIS. Parts.

Soluble Phosphate of Lime and Magnesia 20

Soluble Phosphite of Ammonia, Potash and Magnesia 50

Nitrogenous and Oleo-uitrogenous hypophcsphites, having as one
base Lime, Potash, Soda, Ammonia and Iron. These forming
Soluble nitrogenous hypophosphites of Iron

Lime '

Potash

Soda.... ...

Ammonia .... 225

H^'drated Hypophosphorous Acid in combination with oil 115

Hypophosphite in combination with Albumen 30

Gluten, Starch, Glucose 560

Pamphlet with full information free on application to

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Diet in Disease and the Alimentation of Invalids,

convalescents, children, and all those suffering from diseases attended with
exhaustion, emaciation or debility, with Somatose, forms the subject of
an interesting pamphlet which will be mailed to applicants.

Somatose

is a concentrated preparation of meat, in powder form, consisting of the
albumoses, which are readily digested and assimilated, and is highly
recommended as a nutrient and stimulant in all conditions of debility.
Somatose is practically odorless and tasteless, is soluble in all ordinary
fluids, stimulates the appetite, is well tolerated by the most sensitive
stomach, and produces a rapid gain in flesh and strength.
In 2 oz., 4 oz., 8 oz. and i lb. tins, also in following combinations:

SOMATOSE BISCUIT, {io% Somatose.)

Prepared by AMERICAN BISCUIT & MFG. CO.

Tasty and appetizing, A valuable addition to the diet.

SOMATOSE COCOA, (io% Somatose,)

Prepared by RUNKEL BROS., NEW YORK.

For nursing mothers, invalids and convalescents, A
pleasant beverage for table use

SOMATOSE CHOCOLATE, (io% Somatose,

Prepared by RUNKEL BROS., NEW YORK.

For Fating and Drinking



PHENACETINE-Bayer PIPERAZINE-Bayer SOMATOSE

SALOPHEN LYCETOL TANNIQEN

SALICYLIC ACID ARISTOL ANTINONNIN

SULFONAL-Bayer TRIONAL EUROPHEN

LOSOPHAN lODOTHYRINE

Full descriptive pamphlets on the above Pharmaceutical Products of

Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedr. Bayer & Co.,

will be mailed on application to

Schieffelin & Co., New York.



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Runkel Bros.,
Somatose Cocoa . .

Runkel Bros., Somatose Cocoa containing
lo per cent. Somatose, furnishes a delicious,
nourishing and grateful beverage, which will be
found of great value in chronic affections of the
stomach, dyspepsia, in wasting diseases, such as
phthisis, in anaemiaor impoverishment of blood.
It is also a nourishing and strengthing drink for
nursing mothers, and an excellent substitute for
tea and coffee. Containg no sugar or glutenous
substance and therefore of value to diabetic
patients.

RUNKnif BROS., SOMATOSB CHOCOLATB

Containing loper cent. Somatose for Bating and Drinking.

RUNKnL BROS., BRHAKFAST COCOA.

Contains only the finest product of the Cocoa Bean without ad-
mixture of sugar, starch or other adulterations.

For sale by all reputable Druggists and Grocers.



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Saline

Antiseptic,

Alterative,

Styptic and

Germicide.

Odorless,

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\ — '■■EwYOR.<- — ■



Potent as a
Disinfectant
and

Valuable as a
Remedy for
Topical and
Internal
Administratio.n,



Physicians who are not acquainted with the uses of Bromo Chloralutn can
procure pamp.ilets and samples by addressing the

BROIVIO CHEIVIICAL CO., 32 West Broadway, New York.



ESTABLISHED 1870.




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Pure Oxygen for Medical Use.



1263 BROADWAY,



Bet. 31st and 32d Sts., New York.



OFFICM ALWA YS OI*JSN,



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is on £le for inspection at this of&ce ior any of
our patrons.



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This test shows
that many Mass
pills, though soft
and fairh- digest-
ible when fresh,
become with age
hard enough to be
driven into aboard.
Only such man-
ufacturers as make
pills that so deteri-
orate need show
any resentment at
this test. Why
powdered drugs at
all if they are
afterwards to be
cemented b \- an
unnecessary' and
objectionable exci-
pient into a solid
which soon be-
comes harder than
A "striking" test for pills. the crude material?

Upjohn's Friable Pills retain their Friai < 'lualities indefinitely and exhibit
the medicinal ingredients to the digestive tract in a form offering the least
resistance to assimilation.

Don't leave it to your druggist to put out what he chooses on your prescrip-
tions. Specify some make. If Upjohn's are best, don't fail to

SPECIFY UPJOHN'S

Cost no more, and don't
Deteriorate.

Our list of formuke for 1897 by mail.

Tlie rpjoliii Pill k traiiiile Co.,

KALAM.^ZOO, MICH.

AND

NEW YORK.



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"SYLVAN MOUNTAIN PARK. "

A Home Sanitarium and Health Eesort in the Hampden Hills.
SoMERs, Connecticut.

Rest, Recreation, Recuperation.

A picturesque park of over 125 acres, overlooking the Con-
necticut Valley and The Berkshires, Altitudes 700 to 1000 feet.
Pine, Chestnut and Oak Forests. Lake, and Trout brook a mile
long on premises. Hunting and Fishing in season.

The Park Farm will supply the best and freshest of vegetables,
milk, cream, butter, eggs, poultry, etc,

A limited number of unobjectionable patients or guests will be
received at moderate rates.

Sylvan Park is especially adapted to cases recovering from
operations, and those requiring the continuation of the family
physicians' treatment, under conditions more favorable than ob-
tain in cities. For further particulars address

F. EUGENE FARRELL, Manager,

Late Superintendent of the New York
Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital.
DR. JENNIE W. FARRELL. Resident Physician.
Formerly of New York City.



CONSUMPTION CURED BY CREOSOTE !

Beechwood Creosote Capsules each containing one to
five minims in a mass which does not disturb the
most delicate stomach.

By the use of my Capsules the dose may be raised to
fifty minims daily without deranging the system.
Large doses of Creosote give entirely different results
from the former timid method of administration.
Fifty cents in stamps sent to me will obtain a sample
of 100 Capsules, assorted sizes, by mail, to any part of
the United States, with descriptive notes.

THOHAS LATHAH, CHEniST,
1309 THIRD AVENUE, NEW YORK.



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Glyco=Thymoliae

KRESS)

NASAL CATARRH.



An alkaline, antiseptic, non-irritat-
ing, cleansing, sohition for the
treatment of diseased mucous
(KRESS) membrane, particularh-




BERfllNGHAM NASAL DOUCHE— No pressure possible in its use, hence
danger of products of inflammation being forced into the Eustachian tubes is
avoided. This ideal little instrument for'the application of Glyco-Thymo'.ine
(Kress) to the nasal passages, needs little description.

SPECIAL OFFER- A full-size bottle of Glyco-Thymoline (Kress) will be sent
to anj- physician who will pay express charges.



Online LibraryDaniel Hazeltine PostMedical directory of the City of New York (Volume 1897) → online text (page 50 of 51)