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A. W. GRIGGS, M. D.,
W. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D.,
WM. ABRAM LOVE, M D.,
Professor of Physiology.
V. H. TALIAFERRO, M. D.,
Women and Children.
A. W. CALHOUN, M. D.,
J. D. WILSON, M, D.,
H. V M. MILLER, M. D., LL.D.,
and Dean of the Faculty.
W. S. ARMSTRONG, M. D.,
J. S. TODD, M. D.,
Lecturer on Clinical Medicine.
JAS. A. GRAY, M. D..
D. H. HOWELL, M, D.,
HENRY WILE, M. D..
F. W. MCRAE, M. D.,
J. M. CRAWFORD, M, D.,
The regular Winter Session begins October 5th, 1886,
and continues until March ist, 1887.
DR. JAS. A. GRAY, Proctor,
30 Marietta Street.
AUG 1 1962
The World's Recognition of Merit, London-1881-Announcement
At the late International Medical and Sanitary Exhibition, the world's most competent judges recognized their unequaled excellence by granting the
Only " Award of Merit” for Trusses" to I. B. Seeley, Philadelphia, U. S. A." (over sixty-eight competitors), confirming their high favor with America's most distinguished surgeons.
Exhibition Judges from the Royal College of Surgeons—Thmoas Bryant, F.R.C. S.; Christopher Heath, F.R.C.S., Thomas Smith, F.R.C.S., John Wood, F.R.S., F. R.C.S.
SEELEY'S HARD-RUBBER TRUSSES. STEEL SPRING, COVERED WITH HARD RUBBER, Used in Bathing.
Made in every desirable Pattern,
orten Imitated. Never Equalled.
(Trade-Mark Patented.) In ordering special Trass or Supporter, give size of body, in inches, in line of Rupture. with description of case. PLEASE NOTE.-Style or Pattern of Instrument Designated by "Tic." Form of Pad by "No."
Fine Steel Springs, neatly covered with highly-polished Hard-Rubber. Made
Ladies' Dep=rtinent in Charge of a Competent Lady Assietant.
OR RUPTURE A SPECIALTY,
REFERENCES-Profs. D. Hayes Agnew, S. W. Gross, W. H. Pancoast, Dr. Thos.
Limbs, constantly in stock and made to special order.
din "System of Surgery," by Gross, vol.ii., pages 542, 543, 555, 560.
1. B. SEELEY & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
A Palatable Preparation of Coca Erythroxylon
Containing in an Agreeable Vehicle the Active Medicinal Principle, jres from the Bitter As
tringent Constituents of the Drug.
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Coca has been extensively used with gratifying success for the relief of morbid conditions depending on nervous exhaustion, in the nervous irritability following excesses of any kind, in neurasthenia, to facilitate digestion in dyspepsia, to relieve the morbid depression of spirits resulting from exhausting mental labor, in nausea and vomiting of reflex origin, and in the treatment of the alcohol and opium habits.
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We shall be pleased to send, on application, a circular more fully descriptive of Coca Cordial and its application, and we trust physicians will communicate to us the results of their experience in the use of this preparation so far as it is likely to be of general interest to the profession.
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