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works on medical and surgical nursing which have been written. The methods griven herein are those prac-
ticed by the author, have undergone the rigid test of actual personal operative experience, and were adopted
after extensive observation in the special hospitals of this countnr and of Europe. The effort has been made
to lay aside theories and controversial points in so far as is possible, and to reduce operative methods to the .
basisofsknplicity and practical efficiency. "—£'jr/rac//r0iw Author* s Prtface.

This Manual is No. 3 of Morton's PockkT Sbrics; handsomely printed, bound ir
muslin, with illustrations. Price, 50 cents. For sale by the publishers,

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To induce catharsis without the objectionable sequalee common to a
majority of laxatives, no remedy responds to the need of the physician
with more satisfaction and celerity than SYRUP OF FIGS. As made by
the California Fig Syrup Co. from the highest grade Alexandria Senna,
SYRUP OF FIGS has achieved a potency and recognition as an agent of
established therapeutic worth. There is no preparation that simulates
Nature so well in its effect. No other is better suited to the permanent
relief of intestinal inactivity, a functional derangement directly respon-
sible for the condition described as constipation. Its gentle effect upon the
intestinal mucous membrane and the natural peristalsis which follows the
administration of SYRUP OF FIGS gives to it a unique value as a laxative,
and suggests its adaptability to women and children because of its agreeable
taste and persuasive action. It is invaluable to persons who through in-
firmity or occupation are committed to a sedentary life. It is simple, safe
and reliable, and possesses the particular merit that its use does not induce
the cathartic-taking habit, and in all cases where a laxative is indicated it is
a help and not a hindrance.

9PeOUkL IKVESTIBMTiOii iS StftOBMSLY imntED.

** Syrup of Pi)?s " is never sold in bulk. It retails at fifty cents a bottle,
and the name of "Syrup of Pigs." as well as the name or tho "California
Pig Syrup Co ," is printed on the wrappers and labels of every bottle.

CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO., San Francisco; Louisville; New York.










^^p^l^Ql* Indicated in Stomach Derangements^
^^ * O It increases the flow of the Digestive
juices, thereby causing the stomach to do its own
work, without the aid of artificial digestants*
Dose — One or more teaspoonf uls three times a day*

CACTI N A FILLETS. The heart regulator.

Dose — One Pillet every hoar, or less ofte% as required.
SULTAN DRUG CO., St. Loui$ and London.





















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GENITOURINARY DISEASES.



A SclintlflcBleniing tf TraeSntal vki Saw Palmetto In a Pla asaot Aronatic Valiela.



A Vitalizing Tonic to the Reproductive System.

SPECIALLY VALUABLE IN

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1-12S grain Strychnine to teaspoon ful.

The pharmaceutical skill displayed in making this favorite compound more stable and agreeable deserves
the approbation of the profession.

Syrupua Roborana aa a Tonic during Oonvaleacenoe haa no EquaL

As a nerve stimulant and restorative in wasting and debilitating diseases, as a constructive agent in
Insomnia, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Bronchial Asthma, Marasmus, Strumous Diseases and General Debility,
this compound has no superior. Owing to the solubility of the salts, addition can be made of Fowler's Solu-
tion. Syrup lod. Iron, lod. Potass., etc., giving the advantages of those remedies without Interfering with the
stability of the preparations. STBX7PX7S BOBOBANS is a perfect solution, and will keep in any climate.

Dr. W. O. Roberts says : '* In cases convalescing from ' La Grippe ' Syrupus Roborans has no equal."

Dr. T. H. Stuck Y writes : *' In a case of Tertiary Syphilis, very anemic, the Iodides were revolting to the
stomach, being vomited when taken. Syrupus Roborans given three weeks with improvement, when the
Iodide Potassium was retained with good results."



Please note that Essence and Elixir Pepsin contain only Pepsin, while in Peter'a Peptic Baaenoe we
have all the digestive ferments. These are preserx'ed in solution with C. P. Glycerine in a manner retaining
their full therapeutic value, which is exerted in and bevond the stomach.

It is a Stomachic Tonic, and relieves ludigestion. Flatulency, and has the remarkable property of arresting
vomiting during pregnancy. It is a remedv of great value in Gastralgia, Enteralgia, Cholera Infantum, and
intestinal derangements, especially those of an inflammatory character. For nursing mothers and teething
children it has no superior. Besides mere digestive properties, Pepsin and Pancreatine nave powerful soothing
and sedative effects, and are therefore indicated in all gastric and intestinal derangements, and especially in
inflammatory conditions. It is perfectly miscible with any appropriate medium. In certain cases the addition
of Tr. Nux Vomica gives much satisfaction. Please write for Peter's Peptic Essence, and you will not be disap-
pointed. These preparations are held strictly in the hands of the medical profession, never having been
advertised as popular remedies, nor put up with wrappers and circulars expaUating on the use of the Hypo-
phosphites or Digestives, thus educating the public in the use of these valuable compounds.
Samples Bent upon Application. Bxpreaa Ohargea at Yoxlt Bzpenae.



■ ft^ftiin^i» J. T^TTfTTillffHimjlx,

In^Iuvin

PWMM nn voiTRicuum

CALLOSUS OALUHACBOUS.

SUPERIOR TO PEPSIN.

A POTENT, reliable remedy to
the cure of Indigestion, Dys-
pepsia and Sick Stomach. Also
a Specific to Vomiting in Preg-
nancy. Prof. Roberts Bartbolow,
M.A., M.D.» I/.UD., in hiswork
on Materia Medica and Thera-
fieutics^saysz '*It is a Stomachic
Tonic, and relieves Indigestion,
Flatulence and D3rspepBia. It can
be administered in inflammatory
diseas es of the nracona membrane,
as it has no irritant effect."
Physicians throughout tbe world
have forwarded us tjBStimonials of
the reliance they place in Inglur
vin, and state that the anticipated
therapeutic effect is always forth*
coming. If you are not familiar
with it, we will forward you
sample.

see THAT YOU oer no suBsriTure.



Lithia
I Tablets

t (W«R.WAKJiaRftOO.)

NORMAL alkalinity of the
blood is secured by prescrib-
ing Warnbr's Lithia Tablets
(W.R.W.&CO.). Rheumatism,
Kidney Diseases, Gout, etc, are
directly due to abnormal addity
of the blood — lactic acid in the
tomer, and uric add in the two
latter. Treatment therefore should
be directed to produce .alkalinity
of the blood.

Lithia is one of the toemost
diminants of the day, and is
especially valuable' for above dis-
eases, but best of all in the form
. of Lithia Tablets (W. R. W. 8c
Co.). The dose is accurate, conve-
nient for administration, econom-
ical and efficacious. Garrod writes:
**One of the most remarkable prop-
erties of Lithia is its power of
imparting solubility to uric acid."



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Blood-making Iron.

Antip«rio(Bc ** Cinchona.

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8lg. Tabletpoooftil to be taken before meala, \



Sumbul is particularly valuable m
•casesof alow,depressing character,
and is the remedy par excdlence
fq|- nervous, hysterical females
who need building up. As will be
seen, Tono Sumbul Cordial does
not contain coca or any ingredient
which might induce a drug habit,
but is a superior tonic, used to
advantage and discontinued with
no after effects.



I Elixir Salicylic
I Comp.

(W. R. Wahmbr & Co.)

AN active and reliable remedy
^ in Rheumatism, Gout, Lum-
bago and kindred complaints,
combining in a pleasant and per-
manent form in each fluid drachm
the following :

Add Salicylic (Scbering's). gra. ▼.
Ciroidfuga, gra. iH. PotM*. lodld., gra. iaa
Tr. GclMminm. gtt. 1. Sodii Bicarb.

The advantages of Elixir Sali-
cylic Comp. are afforded by the
combination of Salicylic Add
with Soda in excess, thus forming
a salt less corrosive and irritating,
and more readily borne by the
stomach. Avoid imitations and
substitutes.



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT

OF THE

University of Louisville

Member of the Assooiation ot AmericiLD. Medioal Colleges,

■ • «

SESSION OF 1899 AND 1900.

— FACULTY —

Professor of Anatomy.

Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery and Clinical Sniffeiy.

D. Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medidne

Professor of Physiology, Histology, and Clinical Nenrology.

Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women.

Professor of Materia Medlca, TherapeutiGB, and Public Hygiene.

Professor of Medical Chemistry.

Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and ThxtMt.

ClinKsalProfessorDiseasesof Children and Demonstrator of Anatomy.

......Clinical Professor of Qenito-Urinary Diseases.

Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence.

, Demonstrator of Physiology and Normal Histology.

Demonstrator of Operative Surgery and Surgical Dressings.

Demonstrator of Bacteriology and Pathological Histology.

....^Demonstrator of Obstetrics.

Demonstrator of Physical Diagnosis.

Demonstrator of Opnthalmoscopy, Laryngoscopy, and Otoeoopy

THB SIXTY-FIBST BBGUIiAB ANNUAL SESSION will commence on Monday.
September 25, 1899, and continue until March 26, 1900.

Good boardinfi; can be procured in vicinity of College at from three to five dollars per week,
fire and light included.

Students on their arrival in the city by proceeding to the University, on comer of Eighth and
Ohestnut Streets, will find the Janitor, who will conduct them to suitable boarding houses.

For circular containing full information, address

J. M. BODINE, M.D., Dean of Faculty, Louisville, Kj.

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cleverest devices for supplying
you with mucilage to do your
sticking you ever saw. This
little barrel contains five I'olls
of paper gummed on both sides,
and is three eighths of an inch
wide. It takes the place of the
mucilage bottle and brush, and is much cleaner and nicer.

^':^, BTlrLh, ^^"t ^ Barrel?

tTOHH P. JWORTOH & COJHPAJiY,

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.

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KBDIOAIi DBPABTMBNT OF THB NEW TOBK TJNIVEBSITT.

Since the union of these two old-established Medical Schools, the facilities for teaching modern medicine
have been greatly increased and the Faculty enlarged.

The Supplemental Session will begin on Wednesday, Mav 3d, and continue until July Ist. In this session
the instruction is divided under three heads: 1. Clinical instruction. 2. Recitations. 3. Laboratory Work.
The courses are especially intended to prepare students for the subsequent winter session.

The rc«^ar winter sessfon begins on Monday, October 2, 1899, and continues for about eight months.

Attendance upon four courses of lectures is required for graduation.

Students who have attended one or more regular courses at other accredited medical colleges are admitted
to advanced standing on presentation of credentials, but only after examination on the subjects embraced in
the curriculum of this college.

Examination for advanced standing, June 28 and 29, September 29 and 30, 1899.

Oraduaies of other accredited medical colleges are admitted to advanced standing without examination.

It is designed to make this pre-eminently a school of practical medicine, and the course of instruction has
been arranged with this purpose constantly in view.

Full information in regard to examinations and conditions for admission to advanced standing, the circu-
lar for the supplemental session of 1899, and the annual circular giving full details of course, requirements for
matriculation,_graduation, and other information (published in May, 1899), can be had on application to Db.
EGBERT Lk FEVRE, Twenty-sixth Street and First Avenue, New York City.

EDWARD G. JANEWAY, M.D., Dean.



THE PHYSICIAN'S
VISITING LIST, J900.

SIZES AND PBIOBS.

With Special Memorandum Page.
Strong Leather Covers, with Pocket and Pencil.

BeflTolar Edition, Dated.

For 26 Patients weekly... $1 00

60 " *' 1 25

The 75 Patients and 100 Patients Books come in two
volumes only, each volume covenng six months (Janu-
ary to June, July to December).

Perpetual Edition, without Dates.

No. 1. Containing space for over 1300 names, with
blank page opposite each Visiting List page....$l 25

No. 2. Same as No. 1. Containing space for 2600
names, with blank page opposite » 1 50

Monthly Edition, without Dates.
No. L Bound, seal leather, without flap or penciL 75
No, 2. Bound, seal leather, with flap and pencil..... 1 00

Sent postage paid on receipt of price.

JOHN P. MORTON & COMPANY,

lioulsvllle, Kentucky.



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he book contains 48 perfect Illustra-
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Parturition. — Aletris Cordial (Rio), given in teaspoonftd
doses every hour or two AFTER parturition, is the best agent
to prevent after-pains and hemorrhage. By its direct tonic
action on the uterus, it expels blood clots, closes the uterine
sinuses, causes the womb to contract, and prevents subinvolution*
In severe cases it can be combined with ergot in the proportion
of one ounce of fluid Extract Ergot to three ounces Aletris
Cordial (Rio). It is the experience of eminent practitioners,
in all cases where ergot is indicated, that its action is rendered
much more eflB^cacious by combining it with Aletris Cordial
.(Rio) in the proportions above stated.

A sample bottle will be sent free to An j physician who deeixes to test it, if he will pay the
expreflfl diarges.

RIO CHEMICAL CO^ Su Louis, Mo*, U*S«A*
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. • . SPECIAL ATTENTION . . .

ot the Medical Profession Is directed to this remarlcable Curative
Preparation, as it has been endorsed by THOUSANDS OF THE
LEADING PHYSICIANS OF THE UNITED STATES, who are u^ng
it in their daily practice.

COLDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC is invaluable in all forms of Wasting
Diseases and in cases of convalescence from severe Illness. It can also be de-
pended upon with positive certainty of success for the cure of Nervous Weakness,
Malarial Fever, Incipient Consumption, General Debility, etc

COLDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC

Is a reliable Food fledicine ; rapidly finds its way into the circulation ; arrests
Decf/mposition of the Vital Tissues, and is asreeable to the most deUcate
stomach. To the physician, it is of incalculable value, as it gives the patient assoiance
of return to perfeci health. So/d by Druggists generally.



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KL Heroin et Terpini Hydratis 2d. Form.

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1 Terpini Hydratis, - . - e grs. j
The association of heroin with terpin hydrate in the form of our Soluble Pills afiords
a most agreeable and efficient means of utilizing the combined e£fects of these remedies
in bronchia] and pulmonary affections. Under their use the cough is alleviated, expe'c-
torations rendered easier, and dyspnoea relieved without unpleasant after-effects.

Pil. Biaud's Comp. cum Ext. Cannabis Indies

(Dr. W. A. Jones).

!61atid*s Mass, .... 5 grs.
Strychninae Sulph&tis« • - 1-40 gr.
Acidi Arsenosi, - - - - 1-50 gr.
Aloini, i-i» gr,
Ext. Cannab. Indicae, > . 1-8 gr.
The above combination (suggested by W. A. Jones, M. D. , Minneap<^is, Clinicftl Pro*
fessorof Nervous and Mental Diseases. University of Minnesota), of reconstmctives,
laxative and simple sedatives is indicated in the so-called functional neuroses, neuras-
thenia, hysteria, and other general nutritional disturbances of the nervous system.

5chieffelin & Co.'s

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Beosolyptus

(Scbieffelio's)

Bensolyptus is an agreeable alkaline
solution of various highly approved anti-
septics, all of which are of recognized
value in

Catarrhal Affections

because of their cleansing, soothing and
healing properties. Bensolyptus is high-
ly recommended in all iutlammations of
XQucqus membranes, especially in dis-
eases of the

Nose and Throat

and as a

Mouth-Wash and Dentifrice.

It is also of value for internal use in
affections of the alimentary tract attend-
ed with fermentation of food, eructations,
and heart bum.



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Scbi«lf«lio & Co., New York.



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Cod Liver Oil
is a food

and the greatest care should be exeicised
in its selection.

Peter MoOer's
COD LIVER OIL

is the best oil that fifty years of cootimied
scientiBc research has produced. By the
process now employed the oil is kept from
contact with the atmosphere from the be-
ginning of ihe process of manufacture until
it is safely corked up in bottles, thus pre-
Tcniing contamination of any kind and ex-
cluding all impurities.

Give this new oil a trial. Ask for Peter Moller's
on, and see that the bottle— a flat, oval one— bears
our name as agents. Notice the date In perforated
letters at bottom of the label.

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FAOULTY

William H. Wathen, M. D., LL. D Professor of Obstetrics, Abdominal Surgerji and Oyneeology.

Mabtin F. Coombs, A. M., M. D ProfenHor of Physiology, Ophthalmology, Otology, and La^ngology,

Hmnby Orkndorp, M. D ProfeHsor of Therapeutics, GenIto-l»rinary, Venereal, and Skin Diiei

FoucHi W. Samuel, A. M., M. D Professor of Surgery and Cliolcal Surgery.

Joseph W. Ibwin, M. D.. « Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine.

W. F. BoooEss, M. D , Professor of Medicine and Diseases of Children.

AjiTHUR J. Boyd, M. D., Ph. D...., Professor of Chemistry, Hygiene, and ToxioologY.

John R. Wathen, A. B., M. D Professor of Histology, Pathology, and Bacteriology.

JoMif B. Enbiqht, A.B., M. D Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy.

Also Twenty-flTe Lecturers, Assistants, etc

The Forty-fourth Annual Session will begin January 8, 1900.

Students should go direct from Depot to College, No. 619 Sixth Street. (^ r^i^n]r>

For Catalogue address WILLIAM H. WATHEH, X, D., Dean, LoiUiTiTle, Kj.



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