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of three years' attendance. The American Yeterinary Hospital, which is a

branch of the College, has treated since its opening over 50,000 cases. It is util-

ize<l for the clinical instruction of matriculates, and aflbrdsiuiriyalled facilities.
The regular term opens in the beginning of October, and closes at end of

March. For fuither information or catalogiie, address A. LIAUTARD, M.D.,

V.M., Dean of the Faculty, 139 and 141 West 54th Street.

REQUIREHENTS FOR GRADUATION.

CHAPTER 443, LAWS OF 1888.

Section 5. The said trustees and their successors shall have the power to
confer the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Surgery and issue veterinary diplomas
to only such students as shall have attained the age of twenty one years, shall be
of good moral character, shall have received a good English education, and pur-
sued at least a full three years' course of medical and veteiinary study after the
age of eighteen ;\ears, including attendance upon three regular sessions of medical
and veterinary lectures in a regularly incorporated veterinary college or veterin-
ary or medical department of a college or university, the last of which sessions of
study shall have been at said American Yeterinary College, and shall have passed
the examination prescribed by the rules and regulations of the American Yeter-
inary College.

(jraduates of incorporated medical colleges and graduates of veterinary medi-
cine will be required to attend one regular session of lectures in this College.

Graduates of agricultural colleges will have an allowance made them tor such
branches as they maj- have attended on subjects embraced in the curriculum of
this College (viz. : the fees of such lectures), provided they can pass a satisfactory
examination on said branches immediately after matriculating. The same privi-
leges are granted to regular graduates of colleges of pharmacy.



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Long Island College Hospital

HOAGLAND LABORATORY,
AND POLHEMUS MEMORIAL CLINIC,

Session 189 8=' 99, NEW YORK CITY.



The Regular Term will covimence October j, i8g8.

In the Hospital and 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 annually treated), and at the Brooklyn Hospital
(3,000). The resident staffs of these, and of St. John's, St. Marj^'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 by attend-
ance on cases of confinement in the wards of the Maternity and
Out-door Obstetric Service. In the Hoagland Laboratory instruc-
tion is given in Bacteriology, Microscopy, and Pathology.

Fek. — Matriculation for the Collegiate year, $5 ; Lectures and
Clinics of Regular Term, $150 ; Graduation, ^25.

Good board can be had in Brooklyn for %^ 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 23d St., INcw York. N. Y., IJ. S.



THIRTY-THIRD COLLEGIATE YEAR, 1898-99.



FA.CULT"3r.



Faneuil D. "Weisse, M.D., Dean,
Prof, of Anatomy and Oral Surgery.

F. LeRoy Satterlee, il.D., Ph.D.,
Prof, of Physics, Chemistry and
Metallurgy.

J. Bond Littig, D.D.S., Secretary,

Prof, of Oral Prosthetics.
J. Bethuxe Stein, M.D.,
Prof, of Physiology, Visceral Ana-
tomy and Histology.



Alfred E. Stare, M.D., D.D.S.,
Prof, of Operative Dentistry
Dental Therapeutics



and



Frank W. Jackson, M.D.,

Lecturer on Ancesthetica.

Wm. a. Pubrington. A.B., LL.M.,
Lecturer on Medical and Dental
Jurisprudence.



INSTRUCTORS OF PRACTICAL CLASSES.

Ellison HiLLYER, D.D.S.,



Henry H. Hawling, B.S.,

Instructor in Chemistry
James Ewing, A.M., M.D.,
Instructor in Histology and Bacterio
logy.
Francis H. Chicherio, D.D.S.,
Michael L. Moss, D.D.S..

Instructors in Operative Dentistry



Harris Smith. D.D.S.,

Walter S. TTaterbury, D.D.S..

Instructors in Prosthetic Dentistry.

Arthur M. Sheady, A.B., M.D.,
Instructor in Physical Examination.



INFIRMARY STAFF.



Prof. Chablks McBubney, M.D.

Consulting Surgeon.
Prof. Faneuil D. TVeisse, M.D.",

Surgeon.
Prof. Alfred R. Starr, M.D.,D.D.S.,
Dental Surgeon.
Prof. J. Bond Littig, D.D.S.,

Dental Surgeon.
Francis A. Chicherio, D.D.S ,

Examiner of Patients.



Henry Heath, Jr., D.D.S.,
Superintendent of the Operating De-
partment.
Michael N. Nagle, D.D S.,
Superintendent of the Prosthetic De-
partment.
Michael L. Moss, D.D.S ,
Superintendent of the Extracting
Department.



The purpose of the institution is to educate men to practice dental surgery
&B a. specialty of medicine; therefore the curriculum includes the fundamental
departments of medicine, with operative dentistry and oral prosthetics.

Three years of attendance on three lecture sessions, in separate years, re-
quired prior to graduation examinations.

The collegiate year's work is divided into two periods :

Ist — Infirmary practice from May 16, 1898 to October 3, 1898 (not obligatory).

2d— Lecture session from October 3d, 1898 to May 15, 1899 (obligatory).

For College Announcement and information, address



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New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital,

8E00ND AVENUE AND TWENTIETH STREET,

NEW YORK CITY.

Incorporated by Special Act of the lyCgislature of the State of New York.
FOR PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICINE EXCLUSIVELY.

17th year, session 1898-99.

FACULTY.



D. B. St. John Koosa. M.U., LL.D., Prof. Emer
itu9 of UUeases of the Eye and Ear : President
of the Faculty.

Anurkw Heermanck Smith, M.D., Prof. Emeritus
of Medicine and Therapeutics

William Oliver Moore, M.D. , Prof, of Diseases
of the Eye and Ear.

Bache McEvebs Emmet, M.D., Prof, of Diseases
of Women.

Edward Kershnbr, M.D., Prof. Emeiitus of
Naval, Military and State Hypiene.

William Hknrt Porter, M.D., Prof, of Patho-
logy and Medicine.

Stephen Smith Bubt, A.M., M.D., Prof, of Phy-
sical Diagnosis and Medicine.

Seneca Daniel Powell, M.D., Prof, of Surgery.
Secretary to the Faculty.

C.ebar August Von Ramdohr, M.D., Prof, of
Obste rics.

Horace Tbacy Hanks, M.D., Prof, of Diseases of
Women.

Clarence Charles Rice, M.D., Prof, of Diseases
of the Throat and Nose.

J. R. Nn.SHN, M.D., Prof, of Diseases of Womer.

GK.SME Monroe Hammond, M.D., Prof, of Diseases
of the Mind and Nervous System.

Georqe Bingham Fowler, M.D., Prof, of Medicine
and Medical Chemistry (Renal and Digestive
Disorders).

Henry Dwight Chapin, M.D., Prof, of Diseases
of Children.

Abel Mix Phelps, M.D. Prof of Orthopadic Sur-
gery.

Petbb Augustine Callan, M.D., Prof, of Dis-
eases of the Eye.

Orlando Benajah Douglas, M.D., Prof, of Dis-
eases of the Nose and Throat.

Joseph Baxtkb Emkbsox, M.D., Prof, of Diseases
of the Eye and Ear.

Frederick Baooe, Ph.B., Prof, of Pharmacology.

Farquhab Ferguson, M.D., Prof of Pathology.

Reynold Webb Wilcox, M.D., LUD., Prof, of
Medicine and Therapeutics.

Chablks Huntoon Knight, M. D., Prof, ot Dis-
eases of the Throat and Nose.

William Burton De Garmo, M.D., Prof, of Spe-
cial Surgery ( Hernia .

Daniel Lewis, M.D., Prof of Special Surgery
(Cancerous Disease).

William James Morton, M.D., Prof, of Electro-
Therapeutics and of Diseases of the Mind and
Nervous System.

Hermann St. John Boldt, M.D., Prof, of Dis-
eases of Women.



Augustus Caille, M.D., Prof, of Diseases of
Children.

Willy Meyer, M.D., Prof, of Surgery.

Adgubtts Palmer Dudley, M.D., Prof of Dis
eases of Women.

George M. Edebohls, M.D., Prof, of Disease* < f
Women.

Francis Valk, M. D., Pro', of Diseases of the Eye.

Francis Foerstkk, M.D., Prof, of Distasfs of
Women.

Benjamin Fauquhar Curtis, M.D., Prof, of Sur-
gery.

Ramon Guitkras, M. n., Piof. of Anatomy and
Operative Surgery on the CadBver.

Frank Nkwkl Lkwis, M.D., Professor of Diseases
of the Eye.

Gkoboe Thomson Elliot, M.D., Prof, of Diseases
of the Skin.

Leonard Weber, M.D., Prof, of Medicine.

EUGENB Fuller, M.D., Prof, of Genito-Urinary
Surgery.

Joseph Collins, M.D., Prof, in Diseases of the
Mind and Nervous Svstem.

Edw. 8. Peck, M.D., Prof, of Diseases of the Eye.

Samuel Llovd, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Surgery.

James King Crook, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Medi-
cine.

Ralph Waldo, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Diseases of
Women.

Robert Tuttle Morris, M.15., Adjunct Prof, ot
Surgery.

Adolph Zeh, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Medicine.

Abbott Cabson Combes, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of
Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System

John Dobning, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Diseasesof
Children.

Fbank Van Fleet, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Dis-
eases of the Eye.

Max Einhobn, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Medicine.

Achilles Edward Davis, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of
Diseases of the Kye.

Theodore Dunham, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Sur-
gery.

•Warrkn Oscar Plimpton, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of
Orthopaedic Surgery.

Wendell Christopher Phillips, M.D., Adjunct
Prof of Diseases of the Ear.

Henry Turner Brooks M.D., Adjunct Prof, of
Histology and Pathology.

James Brkntano Clemens, M.D., Adjunct Prof.
of Diseases of the Ear.

Abram Brothers, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Diseases
of Women.

Carter S. Colb, M.D., Adjunct Prof, of Surgery.

D. B. ST. JOHN KOOSA, M.D., I.I..D., President.

SENECA D. POAVELiL., M.D., Secretary of the Faculty.

ALEXANDER H. CANDL.ISH, Superintendent.



291



Albany Medical College*

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF UNION UNIVERvSITY,

i898-'99.



ANDREW VAN VRANKEN, RAYMOND, D.D., IXD.,
Presideut of the University.

ALBERT VANDEK VKEK, M.I)., Ph. D.,

Dean of the FHCiilty and l'rofes8or ot

Didactic, Abdominal and Clinical

Surgery.

MAURICE PERKINS. M.D.,

Professor of Cliemiral Pliilosopby and

Organic Chemistry.

JOHN MILTON lilGELOW, M.D., Ph.D..

Professor of Diseases of the Throat

and Nose.



LEWIS BALCH. M.D., Ph.D.,

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence

and Hygiene.

SAMUEL BALDWIN WARD. M.D.. Ph.D.,

Professor of Theory and Practice of

Medicine.

JAMES PETER BOYD, M.D.,

Professor ot ubstetrics. Gynecology and

Diseases of Children.

WILLIS GAVLORD TUCKER, M.D., Ph.R

Registrar and Professor of Inorganic and

Analytical Chemistry and Toxicology.



WILLIAM HAILES, M.D..

Anthony l^rotessor ol Pathological Anatomy,

Embyology, Histology, ana Frncturee

and Dislocations.

CYRUS STRONG MERRILL, M D.,
Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology.

FREDERIC COLTON CURTIS, M.D.,
Professor of Dermatology.



HENRY HUN, M.D.,

Professor of Diseases nf the Nervous

System.

SAMUEL ROSEBURGH MORROW, M.D..

Professor of Anatomy and Orthopaedic

and Operative Surgery.

HERMON CAMP GORDINIER. >t.D..
Professor ot Physiology.

JOSEPH DAVIS CRAIG, M.D..
Demonstrator of Anatomy, and Curator
• of the ^Museum.



WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF A CORPS OF I.ECTURERS INSTRUCTORS
AND CLINICAL ASSISTANTS.



Four year graded course. lustruction by lectures, recitatiotis. laboratory
work, clinics and practical demonstrations and operations. Admirable labora-
tory facilities in Chemistry, and in Histology, Pathology and Bacteriology, in
the new Bender Hygienic Laboratory.

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 payable in advance, and are as follows : Matriculation, $5 pay-
able each 3'ear; Lecture course, $100; Dissection, $10. (For Laboratory fees
see Catalogue). Graduation fee, $25.

The regular Fall Session commences Tuesday, September, 27, 1898, and
closes April 19, 1899.

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

COMMENCEMENT occurs April 19, 1899. The annual meeting of Alumni
Association is held on that day.

For Catalogue of the College or further information, address,
WILLIS G. TUCKER, lA.D., Registrar,

4 Lancaster Street, ALBANY, N. Y.



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rioderate Prices/'

Being patronized by the most leading physi-
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of foreign and domestic goods of the latest
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Will call with a full line of samples on receipt of postal. Orders executed

within 24 hours if necessary.



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medical Syinnastics and massage,

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126 Meet 49tb Street, IRew ^ov^.



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Surgeons

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We can send you a Catalogue upon
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Quinine (Go/c/ and SHver Brand).

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Peroxide of Sodium.






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(Woodbridge Building.) Niagara Falls, N. Y.



295

DR. FRANCIS C. MARTIN'S

vacciinie: virus.



Fully warranted and guaranteed to be the
best Vaccine Lymph produced.

r)R. FRANCIS C. MARTIN, the only surviving son
of the late Dr. Henry A. Martin (who intro-
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has been devoted to the subject of vaccination for
over twenty years, and propagates from the
original stock of pure animal vaccine lymph pro-
duced by his father. He is the only person now
living who was instructed by Dr. Henry A. Mar-
tin in the production of vaccine, and is the only
Dr. Martin engaged in propagating vaccine virus.

10 Large Ivory Points, $1 00. 2 Points, 25 cents.



VAN HORN & CO.,

PARK AVENUE &. 41st STREET,

STERILIZING LABORATORY:

120 PARK AVE. NEW YORKCITY.



AGENTS FOR NEW YORK CITY.



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'*Schieffelins'^

^ensolyptus

Alkaline Antiseptic
and Prophylactic.

Bensolyptus is an agreeable alkaline solution
of various highly approved antiseptics, so com-
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Its ingredients are all of recognized value in the
treatment of

Catarrhal Affections

because of their cleansing, soothing and healing
properties* bensolyptus is highly recommended
in all diseases of the nose and throat, both acute
and chronic, and as a mouth-^ivash and dentifrice*
It is also indicated for internal use in affections of
the stomach and intestines ivhere an agreeable,
unirritating, and efficient antiseptic and antifer-
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Pamphlets on application to

Schieffelin & Co.

New York*



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Orders hy Mail or Telegraph Promptly Despatched.

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Send fop Variola- Vaccinia— 60 Page New Illustrated Pam-
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Pbyeicians wlo are not acquainted with the uses of Bronio Chlonihim cau procure
pamphlets and samples by addressing the

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1298 BROADW^AY,

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N. B. — This business was established in
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been exercised in the preparation of the ar-
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Office always open and quick deliveries
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city.

Night Orders by Telephone, ii87=38th St.



The Oxygen can also be Obtained at Residence,
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303

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405 FIFTH AVENUE, Near 37th Street,



A full line of all the leading Imported and Domestic Drug's,
Clieillicals, and Antiseptic Goods always kept in stock. Also rare
preparations for the dispensing of Physicians' Prescriptions and for their
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Charles C. Schildwachter,

SarrJage arjd l/\/agon oMaker,



Nos. 1885 to 1889 Park Ave.,

Bet 128th and 129th Streets.



Telephone Call, 442 Harlem.




I manufacture three styles of Carriages expressly for Phy-
sicians' Use. They are carefully constructed of the best material and
with a view to stand the usage and hard pavements of this city. I hope
that you will find it convenient and agreeable to call and examine the
same. Respectfully,

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Doctors' Work a Specialty. 1885, 1887, 1889 PARK AVE.. N. Y. City.



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Nurse and Masseuse,
11^ West io6th Street, - New York.



Telephone, 480 Columbus.



Nurses of experience furnished on the shortest notice.

Food and delicacies for the sick also supplied to up-
town residents.

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Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Bandages and
Orthopaedic Appliances,

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18 BIBLE HOUSE,

Third Avenue, between 8tli and 9th Sts. ZVEITV YORK.

A competent Lady m Attendance Every Day from 2 until 6 o'clock.

MAGER & GOUGLEMANN,

Formerly G-ouglemaxx & Co.,

Manufacturers and laiporters of Artificial Human Eyes of a

superior quality at reasonable rates. Eyes made to order a
spocialty. We are supplyins all tbe leadinoj Eye and Ear In-
firmaries in Xew York aufl vicinity. Physicians having a
patient to fit. can obtain an assortment to select from by giving

a description of the case. Alterations, if required, will be made. Charitable

institutions are supplied at lowest rates

Bet. Tbird and Fourth Avenues. IVEIW YORK. CITY.




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GEO. L. GOODMAN & CO.,



ESTABLISHED 1869.



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