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Prepared from the Aletris Farinosa, or True Unicorn.

INDICATIONS.-Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhoa, Loucorrhea, Prolapsus Utori, Sterility, to PREVENT Miscarriage, oto.

DOSE.-One teaspoonful three or four times a day.

Unrivaled as a Utorino Tonic in Irregular, Painful, Supprossed and Excessivo Monstruation. It Restores Normal Action to the Uterus, and Imparts Vigor to tho ontiro Uterine System,

mgr Whore Women have aborted during provious Pregnancies, or in any caso whero abortion is fearod, the Alotris Cordial is indicated, and should be continuously administerod during ontire gostation,

HAYGARTH M. ADDISON, L.R.C.P. & L.M., 145 Seven Sisters Road, London, N., says: I can only say that your ALETŘIS CORDIAL is simply marvelous in its action. A splendid uterine tonic.

E. N. CAMPBELL, M. D., Good Hope, III., says: I used ALETRIS CORDIAL in a case of threatened abortion, and find it one of the finest and most efficient preparations that it has been my privilege to prescribe.

JAMES PATTERSON, M. D., Partick, Glasgow, says: I have used the ALETRIS CORDIAL 'in several cases of menorrhagia and of dysmenorrhea with much benefit.

J. HOME HAY, M.R.C.S. Eng., Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, says: I have used your ALETRIS CORDÍAL in a case of threatened abortion with very good results, and believe it to be a remarkably good preparation.

G. L B STONEY, L.K.Q.C.P. & L.R.C. S.I., Medical Officer, Lucan, Co. Dublin, Ireland says: I have used your ALETRIS CORDIAL in amenorrhea with good effect. I intend to further test it.

A. W. HAWTHORNE, M. D., Rath House, Dromore, Co. Down, Ireland, says: The ALETRIS CORDIAL proved effectual in three cases of obstinate amenorrhea aster the usual remedies had failed.

Dr. W. BERTHELOT, Santander, Spain, says: I have tried the ALETRIS CORDÍAL, and it has seemed to me to be useful, especially in cases of dysmenorrhea.

E. A. Wall, L.K.W.C.P. & L.M., L.R.C.S.I., Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, says: I have used your ALETRIS CORDIAL in dysmenorrhea and leucorrhea, and its effects have been entirely satisfactory.

JOHN HORAN, L.R.C.P., etc., 26 Bridge Street, Sunderland, says: I beg to inform you that the case in whic: I prescribed your ALETRIS CORDIAL was one of amenorrhea, which was greatly benefited by same.

Dr. GORDILLON, St. Amand, France, says: I have tried the ALETRIS CORDİAL in a case of dysmenorrhea. The result I obtained from the use of your preparation was excellent, better than I had obtained in the same patient by prescribing the usual remedies employed in such cases.

ED. B. BeckITT, L.R.C.P. Edin., L. R. C.S. Edin., Boston, Lincolnshire, Eng. land, says: I have prescribed your ALETRIS CORDIAL in a case of amenorrhea with the most gratifying results. I shall always use it in similar cases, as I believe it to be invaluable.

J. PENDER SMITH, M.B. & C.M., Slect, by Bradford, England, says: The results obtained from the use of ALETRIS CORDIAL have been favorable. In two cases of suppressed menstruation in young girls, and in one case of irregular and excessive menstruation, the normal functions of the uterus were restored.







Every fluid drachm contains 15 grains EACH of Pure Chloral

Hydrat, and purified Brom. Pot., and one-eighth grain EACH

of gen. imp. ext. Cannabis Ind. and Hyoscyam. DOSE.

One-half to one fluid drachm in WATER or SYRUP every hour,

until sleep is produced, INDICATIONS.

Sleeplessness, Nervousness, Neuralgia, Headache, Convulsions,

Colic, Mania, Epilepsy, Irritability, etc. In the restlessness and delirium of fevers it is absolutely invaluable.




THE ANODYNE. Papine is the Anodyne or pain-relieving principle of Oplum, the Narcoric and Convulsive Elements being eliminated. It has less

tendency to cause Nausea, vomiting, Constipation, Etc. INDICATIONS.

Same as Opium or Morphia. DOSE.

(ONE FLUID DRACHM) - represents the Anodyne principle of

one-eighth grain of Morphia.



The Alterative and Uterine. Tonic. FORMULA.

lodia is a combination of active principles obtained from the

Green Roots of Stillingia, Helonias, Saxifraga, Menispermum, and Aromatics. Each fluid drachm also contains five grains

lod, Potas., and three grains Phos. Iron, DOSE.

One or two fluid drachms (more or less as indicated) three times

a day, before meals. INDICATIONS.

Syphilitic, Scrofulous and Cutaneous Diseases, Dysmenorrhea,

Menorrhagia, Leucorrhea, Amenorrhea, Impaired Vitality,
Habitual Abortions, and General Uterine Debility.



BRAICHES: 76 New Bond Street, London, W. 5 Rue de la Paix, Paris.

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SESSION 1888-9. The Rogular Term will commence Sept. 26, 1888. The Reading and Recitation Term will commence March 14, 1889.

The Hospital and Dispensary, in which 20,373 patients were treated in 1887, are in the same building with the College, and two to three hours are daily devoted to Clinical Teaching and Physical Diagnosis. Quizzes are held by the Professors and their assistants throughout the course, without cost. Students also receive instruction at the Eye and Ear Hospital (7,000 patients annually treated), and the Brooklyn Hospital (3,000). The resident staffs of these, and of St. John's, St. Mary's and King's County Hospitals, 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, Without cost, in Gynecology, Midwifery, 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 attendance on cases of confinement in the Wards of the Maternity and Outdoor Obstetric Service. In the class of '88 the maximum number of labors attended by any one student was 41, the minimum number 6, the average 15. Physicians desiring to take a Post-Graduate Course will find here all facilities. In the Hoagland Laboratory, Dr. George M, Sternberg, U. S. A., Director, instruction will be given in Bacteriolngy, Microscopy and Pathology,

FEES: Matriculation for Collegiate year, $5; Lectures and Clinics of Regular Term, $100; Graduation, $25; Lectures and Clinics of Reading and Recitation Term, $40.

Good board can be had in Brooklyn for $4 a week.

For Particulars as to lectures, clinics and sees, send for Annual Announcement to J. H. RAYMOND, M. D., Sec'y of Faculty, Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ALEX. S. C. SKENE, M. D., Dean of the Faculty.



After twenty-three years of constant experience in a large public and private Electrical practice, I am prepared to treat successfully acute and chronic diseases from a pathological stand pointby Galvanic. Faradic and Static Electricity as administered only at the Alma Sanitarium aided by Fresh and Mineral water; also Vibratory Exercises, Pneumatic, and Neuro-Dynamic systems of cure, Turkish, Russian, Roman and Needle Spray; also Sitz, Pack Douche, Shower, Pour and Medicated Baths, all of which, with a judicious use of

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ROBERTS BARTHOLOW, M. D., Dean, at the College, Tenth Street, between Chestnut and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.

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OF BALTIMORE. The Regular Annual Session of this school will begin October 1, 1888, and end March 14th, 1889. The Spring Session will begin March 15th, 1889, and end June 15th, 1889. For full information apply for a Catalogue to

THOMAS OPIE, M. D., Dean, Office at College Buildings, North-west corner of Calvert and Saratoga Streets. Please mention The Physician and Surgeon when writing to our Advertisers.




Successfully used in Dissolving the False Membrane in Diphtheria.

A Physician writes : In an experience of over thirty years I have never used anything to equal your LIQUID PEPTONOIDS as a local application with a spray. It will dissolve the membrane and destroy the diphtherilic, odor in less than twenty-four hours. I use the LIQUID PEPTONOIDS full strength as a spray, tono or three times a day, in bad cases.

Used successfully by another physician in two desperate cases :

"I wus induced to try LIQUID PEPTONOIDS in two very desperate cases of DIPHTA ERIA. I think I never saw throats more heavily coated with exudate than were these, and I think I never saw it more rapidly disappear than in these cases, by frequent spraying with your LIQUID PEPTONOIDS."

LIQUID PEPTOÑOIDS can be taken by patients unable to ingest food in any other form. In dyspepsia and loss of appetite its effects are positive, its digestive properties assisting in the digestion of food taken and its peptogenic properties quickly stimulating the natural digestive secretions of the stomach.


Prepared (in both Liquid and Pill form) from Extract of Pancreas and Bile.

This preparation is designed expressly to increase the digestion and absorption of fats.

We believe that the fat-digesting properties of pancreatine und bile ore inseparable, and that without their union in the intestinal tract but little, if any, fat would be digested and absorbed.

PANCROBILIN will be found of great service in Phthisis and other wasting diseases, Nervous Prostration, Constipation, Inanition, Malnulrition, Intestinal Indigestion, and wherever i here is a failure to assimilate fats.

If the skin is first wet with LIQUID PANCROBILIN, the inunction of oils will be greatly facilitated.

LIQUID PANCROBILIN is put up in pound bottles.

PILL PANCROBILIN is put up in bottles holding 100 pills. The coating of the pills will resist acid digestion, but will be quickly dissolved in the alkaline secretions of the duodenum.

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(Granular Effervescing.) Formula for each dessertspoonful:

Acidi Phosphorici, ää grains, se.
Ext. A pii. Grar. dulc. (Celery), ää grains, i.

Sodium Bromide, graine, v. The satisfactory results produced by PHOSPHO-CAFFEIN COMP. in Headaches; Neuralgia, Insomnia, Neurasthenia and general Nerrous Irritability, are not due to the effect of any one ingredient, but to the happy effect of the combination. A thorough series of comparative tests have demonstrated the superiority of the above formula over any other in the market.

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