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LACTOPEPTINE.

The most important remedial agent ever presented to the medical profession for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and all diseases arising from imperfect nutrition, containing the five active agents of digestion, viz.: Pepsin, Pancreatine, Diastase or leg. Ptyalin, Lactic and Hydrochloric Acids, in combination with Sugar of Milk.

FORMULA OF LACTOPEPTINE: Sugar of Milk...... 40 ounces. Veg. Ptyalin or Diastase.

4 drachm. Pepsin....

8
Lactic Acid...

5 f1 Pancreatine.

6
Hydrochloric Acid...

5 ft LACTOPEPTINE owes its great success solely to the Medical Profession, and is sold almost entirely by Physicians' Prescriptions. Its present sale exceeds $100,000 per year at wholesale. Its almost universal adoption by the profession, as the above figures show, is the strongest guarantee we can give that its therapeutic value has been most thoroughly established.

The undersigned, having tested REED & CARNRICK's preparation of Pepsín, Pancreatine, Diastase, Lactic Acid, and Hydrochloric Acid, made according to published formula, and called LACTOPEPTINE, find that in those diseases of the stomach where the above remedies are indicated, it has proven itself a desirable, useful and well-adapted addition to the usual pharmaceutical preparations, and therefore recommend it to the profession.

NEW YORK, April 6th, 1875. J. R. LEAMING, M.D.,

EDWARD G. JANEWAY, M.D., Attending Physician at St. Luke's Hospi

Professor of Pathological and Practical tal.

Anatomy, and Lecturer on Materia

Medica and Therapeutics and Clinical ALFRED L. LOOMIS, M.D.,

Medicine, Bellevue Hospital Medical

College.
Professor of Pathology and Practice of

SAMUEL R. PERCY, M.D.,
Medicine, University of the City of Professor Materia Medica, New York Med-
New York.

ical College.

JOSEPH E. WINTERS, M.D., J. H. TYNDALL, M.D,

Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy, Physician at St. Francis' Hospital.

Bellevue Hospital Medical College.

F. LE ROY SATTERLEE, M.D., Pu. D., LEWIS A, SAYRE, M.D.,

Prof. of Chem., Mat. Med. and Therp. in Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and

the N. Y. College of Dent.; Prof. of Clinical Surgery, Bellevue Hospital

Chem. and Hygiene in the Am. Vet. Medical College.

College, etc., etc.

PRICE LIST. LACTOPEPTINE (Powder, in oz. Bottles).

(Powder, in oz. Bottles)....

(Powder in " Ib. Bottles). Elixir Lactopeptine

Lactopeptine and Bismuth.
Lactopeptine, Strychnia and Bismuth....

Calisaya Bark and Iron, with Lactopeptine
Becf, Iron and Wine, with Lactopeptine
Liquid Lactopeptine....
Syrup Lactopeptine Compound..

per oz. $1 00 per doz. 10 00

per lb. 12 00 per doz. 15 00

15 00 15 00 15 00 12 00 15 00 15 00

All Correspondence and Communications must be addressed to

The New York Pharmacal Association,

(Who have purchased all the rights in the article of Messrs. Reed & CARNRICK,)

83 JOHN ST., NEW YORK. P. O. Box 1571.

MEDICAL BOOKS. JANSEN, MCCLURG & CO.,

Nos. 117 and 119 State Street, Chicago,

DESIRE TO CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR

Large and Varied Stock, embracing all Leading Works in the Market.

Catalogues will be sent gratis on application.
All New Books are added as soon as published.

Importation of Foreign Books. Having a Correspondent in London, have Special Facilities for promptly obtaining any work in the English Market.

New English Books. We have recently made arrangements by which we regularly receive small quantities of the New English Medical Publications and Monographs. The titles, with descriptions, appear in our “ MONTHLY Bul. LETIN OF New Books," which we are pleased to mail on application.

A Cordial Invitation is extended to Physicians, when in the city, to examine our Stock at their leisure. JANSEN, MCCLURG & CO.,

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.

PARRISH HALL,

A PRIVATE MEDICAL HOME FOR OPIUM HABITUES,

BROOKLYN, N. Y.

This flome--the only one of its kind in existence--offers to those of either sex who may desire to avail themselves of its advantages, a remedial retreat, where they may secure radical release from the enslaving power of opiates.

Delightful location, near Prospect Park, overlooking City and suburbs. Handsomely far. nished, and provided with those appliances which experience has proven valuable in the treatment of the disorder to which it is exclusively devoted.

Patients limited and select. No alcoholic subjects admitted. A full history required in all cases to determine prognosis. If favorable, they are accepted, and treatment entered upon with the strongest prospect of success. Terms for board and treatment according to size and location of apartments. No effort spared to make PARRISH HALL au attractive home for its inmates, and one with which pleasant recollections of restored health will always be associated. Details on application.

J. B. MATTISON, M.D. JOSEPH PARRISH, M.D.,

A. M. MATHIAS, M.D., Burlington, N. J.

Consulting Physician. Late A88't Phys. Sanitarium,Media, Pa.

C. GILBERT WHEELER, M.D.,

PROFESSOR OF ANALYTICAL AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY

IN THE

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO,

,

UNDERTAKES EVERY VARIETY OF

Toxicological Analysis, the Chemical and Microscopical Exam

ination of Urine, and other Chemico-Medical Investigations.

LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOSPITAL,

BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Annual Announcement and Circular, 1877-78.
The READING AND RECITATION TERM will commence Oct. 4, 1877, and close Feb. 14, 1878.
The REGULAR TERX will open March 5, 1878, and close the last week in June following.

FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE.
DANIEL AYRES, M.D., LL.D.,

CORYDON L. FORD, M.D.,
Emeritus Professor of Surgery.

Professor of Anatomy.
SAMUEL G. ARMOUR, M.D., LL.D.,

JARVIS S. WIGHT, M.D.. Professor of the Practice of Medicine, and Professor of Surgery, and REGISTRAR. DEAX.

JOSEPH H. RAYMOND, M.D.,
GEORGE W. PLYMPTON, A.M.,

Professor of Physiology.
Professor of Chemistry.

EDWARD SEAMAN BUNKER, M.D., ALEXANDER J. C. SKENE, M.D.,

Professor of Obstetrics.
Professor of Diseases of Women and

JOHN D. RUSHMORE, M.D.,
Children.

Professor of Materia Medica. The clinical advantages of the Long Island College Hospital are unsurpassed in this country. For circulars, address

DEAN or REGISTRAR.

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Provision has been made by which students of this College may pursue collateral branches at the Cincinnati University without additional expense.

For circulars, address
JOHN A. MURPHY, M.D., Dean, WM. H. TAYLOR, M.D., Sec'y,
No. 163 W. 7th Street.

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