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NEW ENGLAND

MEDICAL MONTHLY

AND

THE PRESCRIPTION,

WILLIAM C. WILE, A, M., M. D., LL, D., Editor.

JOHN J. BERRY, M. D. and C. F. CRAIG, M. D., Assistant Editors.

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ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS:
The ASCITES or YOUNG WOMEN, by M.

Bouilly,
ANEMIA. CLINICAL REPORT OF CASES,
by Chas. F. Craig, M. D., Danbury,

Conn.,
LAXITY OF THE LIGAXENTS WITH CON-
GENITAL HIP LUXATION, by Henry Ling

Taylor, M. D., New York City,
SEX IN GENERATION. The Considera-
tion of some Factors Exerting an In-
fuence in Its Determination, by Dan-

iel E. Keefe, M. D., Springfield, Mass., Two Case3 OP RUPTURED TOBAL PREG

NANCY, by Arthur V. Lyon, M. D.,

Brockton, Mass.,
ULCERATION OF THE CERVIX, by R. W.

Lowe,
CHRONIC GASTRITIB, by Louis A. Kengla,

M. D., San Francisco, Cal.,
NABAL CATARRH; ITTREATMENT, by J.

Alexander Wade, M. D.,
SERUY THERAPY, by George W. Cox, M.

D., Chicago, II.,
CLINICAL DEMONSTRATIONS IN OPERA-

TIVE GINECOLOGY, AT THE MANHAT-
TAN SANATORIUM, by Augustin H. Gee-

let, M. D., New York, EDITORIAL:

Elements of Latin-A Text- Book on

Surgery-Surgery of the Rectum and
Pelvis-Outlines of Rural Hygiene-
The Psychical Correlation of Religious

Emotion and Sexual Desire,
BACTERIOLOGY, PATHOLOGY AND

MICROSCOPY:
EDITORIAL-Clinical Bacteriology-Tenth

Paper--The Bacillus Coli Communis

Bacillis of Rhinoscleroma,
SOCIETY REPORTS:
NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE. SEC.

TION IN ORTHOPÆDIC SURGERY,

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THE FINANCIAL STATUS OF THE PROPEN

810N, Two NOTABLE Books,

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70

Prescription Contents, Pages XXXIII and XXXV.

The Danbury Medical Printing Company, Publishers,

DANBURY, CONN.

$1.50 per Annum, in Advance. Single Copy, 10 Cents.

London Agency: Bailliere, Tindall & Cox, 20 King William Street, Strand, Rear of American Exchange,---Paris and Madrid.

Entered at the Post Office, at Dantury, Conn. Bened-class matter.

IMPERIAL GRANUM

STANDARD PREPARED

HIGHEST AWARDS

THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN WHEREVER EXHIBITED

COMMISSION.

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TS EARNESTLY RECOMMENDED as a most reliable FOOD for

INFANTS, CHILDREN and Nursing-Mothers;—for INVALIDS

and Convalescents ;-for Delicate and Aged persons. It is not a stimulant nor a chemical preparation ; but a PURE, unsweetened FOOD carefully prepared from the finest growths of wheat, ON WHICH PHYSICIANS CAN DEPEND in FEVERS and in all gastric and enteric diseases. It is easily digested, nourishing and strengthening, assists nature, never interferes with the action of the medicines prescribed, and IS OFTEN THE ONLY FOOD THE STOMACH CAN RETAIN.

IMPERIAL GRANUM SEEMS TO HOLD FIRST PLACE IN THE ESTIMATION OF MEDICAL OBSERVERS. The Feeding of Infants," in N. Y. Medical Record.

IT CONTAINS NO TRACE OF ANY IMPURITY.-The Lancet, London, England.

A valuable aid to the physician in the treatment of all of the graver forms of gastric and enteric diseases. —New England Medical Monthly and The Prescription.

As a food for patients recovering from shock attending surgical operations IMPERIAL GRANUM stands pre-eminent.—The International Journal of Surgery, New York.

Not only palatable, but very easily assimilated.The Trained Nurse, New York.

IMPERIAL GRANUM is acceptable to the palate and also to the most delicate stomach at all periods of life. ---Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences, Philadelpbia, Penna.

Endorsed by the best medical authorities. —North American Practitioner, Chicago, Ills.

It has acquired a high reputation, and is adapted to children as well as adults-in fact we have used it successfully with children from birth.-The Post Graduate Journal,

It has steadily won its way, step by step, until it now stands unchallenged at the head of all food preparations.— The Medical Council, Philadi-phic, fu

Especially valuable in severs, and often the only food the stomach will tolerate in many gastric and enteric diseases. -Dominion Medical Montbly, Toronto.

There is no better prepared food.The Medical Mirror, St. Louis, Mo.

It enjoys so widespread an endorsement from the medical profession that its reputation is beyond dispute.-American Medico-Surgical Bulletin, New York.

We have used it with the best possible results in several cases of summer diarrhoeas ia children.The Western Medical Journal, Fort Scott, Kansas.

It is peculiarly adapted to most of the diseases of infancy and childhood that have originated in the use of improper food.—The St. Louis Medical Era.

It is one of those rare preparations that never disappoint—but is all that is claimed for it.-Maryland Medical Journal, Baltimore, Md.

IMPERIAL GRANUM has stood the test of many years, while many competing foods have come and gone, and have been missed by few or none. But it will have satisfactory results in nutrition far into the future, because it is based on merit and proven success in the past. The Pharmaceutical Record, N. Y.

It is most extensively used and its sterling qualities make it a prime favorite. -American Journal of Surgery and Gynaecology, St. Louis. 'Mo.

Pure, palatable, and of especial value in typhoid fever and enteric troubles generally.Homæopathic Recorder, Philadelphia, Pa.

Used extensively in typhoid fever and in other disorders where it is imperative to sustain the patient.The New Albany Medical Herald.

A rational, pure and successful food.—Medical and Surgical Reporter, Toledo, Obio. IMPERIAL GRANUM is a thoroughly reliable product.— The Medical Century, Chicago, Ills.

• Physician's-samples' sent free, express-paid, to any physician-or as he may direct. JOHN CARLE & SONS, Wholesale Druggists, 153 Water St., NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.

STO AWD! EDICA

NEW ENGLAND

MEDICAL MONTHLY

THE PRESCRIPTION,
WILLIAM C. WOLĘ, A.M. M.D. 1. D., Editor.

JUL 13 1898

JOHN J. BERRY, M. D. and C. F. CRAIG, M. D., Assistant Editors.

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The Danbury Medical Printing Company, Publishers,

DANBURY, CONN.

$1.50 per Annum, in Advance. Single Copy, 10 Cents,

London Agency: Bailliere, Tindall & Cox, 20 King William Street, Strand, Rear of American Exchange, -Paris and Madrid.

Entered at the Post Office, at Danbury, Conn., as second-class matter.

IMPERIAL GRANUM

STANDARD PREPARED

HIGHEST AWARDS

THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN WHEREVER EXHIBITED

COMMISSION.

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TS EARNESTLY RECOMMENDED as a most reliable FOOD for

INFANTS, CHILDREN and Nursing-Mothers;—for INVALIDS

and Convalescents ;-for Delicate and Aged persons. It is not a stimulant nor a chemical preparation; but a PURE, unsweetened FOOD carefully prepared from the finest growths of wheat, ON WHICH PHYSICIANS CAN DEPEND in FEVERS and in all gastric and enteric diseases. It is easily digested, nourishing and strengthening, assists nature, never interferes with the action of the medicines prescribed, and IS OFTEN THE ONLY FOOD THE STOMACH CAN RETAIN.

IMPERIAL GRANUM SEEMS TO HOLD FIRST PLACE IN THE ESTIMATION OF MEDICAL OBSERVERS.—The Feeding of Infants," in N. Y. Medical Record.

IT CONTAINS NO TRACE OF ANY IMPURITY.-The Lancet, London, England.

A valuable aid to the physician in the treatment of all of the graver forms of gastric and enteric diseases. —New England Medical Monthly and The Prescription.

As a food for patients recovering from shock attending surgical operations IMPERIAL GRANUM stands pre-eminent.The International Journal of Surgery, New York.

Not only palatable, but very easily assimilated.The Trained Nurse, New York.

IMPERIAL GRANUM is acceptable to the palate and also to the most delicate stomach at all periods of life.

Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences, Philadelpbia, Penna. Endorsed by the best medical authorities. -North American Practitioner, Chicago, Ills.

It has acquired a high reputation, and is adapted to children as well as adults in fact we have used it successfully with children from birth.The Post Graduate Journal,

It has steadily won its way, step by step, until it now stands unchallenged at the head of all food preparations.— The Medical Council, Philad-sphicon Ewe

Especially valuable in revers, aná often the only food the stomach will tolerate in many gastric and enteric diseases. -Dominion Medical Montbly, Toronto.

There is no better prepared food.The Medical Mirror, St. Louis, Mo.

It enjoys so widespread an endorsement from the medical profession that its reputation is beyond dispute.-American Medico-Surgical Bulletin, New York.

We have used it with the best possible results in several cases of summer diarrhoeas in children.— The Western Medical Journal, Fort Scott, Kansas.

It is peculiarly adapted to most of the diseases of infancy and childhood that have originated in the use of improper food.The St. Louis Medical Era.

It is one of those rare preparations that never disappoint-but is all that is claimed for it.-Maryland Medical Journal, Baltimore, Md.

IMPERIAL GRANUM has stood the test of many years, while many competing foods have come and gone, and have been missed by few or none. But it will have satisfactory results in nutrition far into the future, because it is based on merit and proven success in the past. The Pharmaceutical Record, N. Y.

It is most extensively used and its sterling qualities make it a prime favorite. - American Journal of Surgery and Gynaecology, St. Louis. Mo.

Pure,, palatable, and of especial value in typhoid fever and enteric troubles generally Homæopathic Recorder, Philadelphia, Pa.

Used extensively in typhoid fever and in other disorders where it is imperative to sustain the patient.The New Albany Medical Herald.

A rational, pure and successful food.—Medical and Surgical Reporter, Toledo, Obio. IMPERIAL GRANUM is a thoroughly reliable product.— The Medical Century, Chicago, Ills.

• Physician's-samples' sent free, express-paid, to any physician-or as he may direct. JOHN CARLE & SONS, Wholesale Druggists, 153 Water St., NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.

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