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OF KANSAS CITY, MO.
Second annual session begins September 14th, 1898, and continues six months.
STEPHEN A. DUNHAM, M. D., President, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine
and Clinical Medicine. ERNEST J. LUTZ, A, M., M. D.,
Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology.
U. S. A.,
GEORGE O. COFFIN, M. D, Dean, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Clinical
and Operative Surgery,
E. R. LEWIS, A. M., M. D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery
and Clinical Surgery.
J. A. LANE, M. D,,
N. J. PETTIJOHN, M. D.,
JAMES F. WOOD, M. D.,
W. F. KUHN, A. M, M. D..
J. P. KNOCHE, M, D.,
Professor of Dermatology JAMES L. HARRINGTON, M. D., Secretary, Professor of Genito-Urinary and Venereal Diseases.
JULIUS BRUEHL, M, D.,
and Clinical Medicine.
PARK L. McDONALD, M. D.,
JAMES THOMPSON, M. D.,
C. A. DANNAKER, M. D.,
Professor of Obstetrics.
Professor of Anatomy.
HON. R. B. MIDDLEBROOK, L. L. B. (Yale.)
Professor of Physiology.
JOSEPH S. LURIE Ph. D.,
Professors of Chemistry.
C. B. HARDIN, M. D.,
DAVID F. RODGERS, M. D.,
D. WALTON HALL, M. D,
B. L. EASTMAN, M. D.,
JOHN M. FRANKENBURGER, M. D., Lecturer on Minor Surgery and Surgical Dressing.
J. V. KINYOUN, M. D., Lecturer on State Medicine and Hygiene, and Patho
logical Laboratory. GEORGE F. BERRY M. D.,
Lecturer on Rectal Surgery. W. F. LIPPITT, M. D, Captain and Assistant
Surgeon U. S. A.,
L. B. SAWYER, M, D.,
HOWARD HILL, M. D.,
A. L. HUNT. M. D.,
J. W. MILLER, M. D.,
JAMES EARL, Electrician,
Three-Year Graded Course--A Part Completed Each Year.
Lecture and recitation systems of instruction. Hospital and clinical facilities unusually large. Bedside instruction in Medicine, Surgery and Gynecology.
For Announcement and other information, address
DEO. O. COFFIN, M. D., Dean,
New Ridge Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
J. L. HARRINGTON, M. D., Sec'y, 18th and Locust Sts., Kansas City, Mo.
IRON and MANGANESE
Lig. Mangano Ferri Pepton. Heyerlis
Iron and Manganese as offered in the shape of numerous inorganic preparations are, at the best, only sparingly absorbed after a long and tedious process.
When combined with Peptone in a neutral organic compound, the result is complete assimilation and absorption, thus deriving the full benefit of the ingredients as tonics and reconstituents, and rendering the remedy invaluable in Anæmia, Chlorosis, Scrofula and Debility.
The improvement accomplished by the administration of the Solution is permanent, as shown by the increase in amount of hæmoglobin in the blood: i.e. 3 to 8 per cent.
As regards the digestibility and rapid assimilation of the preparation, its aromatic properties and the presence of
peptone in it renders it acceptable to the most susceptible stomach.
DosE.—For an adult, one tablespoonful well diluted with water, milk or sweet wine, three or four times a day; dose for a child is one or two teaspoonfuls, and for an infant 15 to 60 drops.
OFFERED IN 12-OUNCE BOTTLES (ORIGINAL PACKAGE) AND IN BULK
AT THE FOLLOWING LIST PRICES. Per gallon
$5 oo | Per quart Per five-pint
3 50 Per doz. 12-OZS.
John Wyeth & Brother, Philadelphia
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Physicians and Surgeons,
OF KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Medical Department of the Kansas City University.
D. S. STEPHENS, D. D., Chancellor,
J. Herbert Smith, M. D.-Professor of Hygiene and State
Medicine and Chief Demonstrator of Anatomy. S. S. Glasscock, M. D., John A. Mitchell, M. D.-Pro
C. M. Stemen, A. M., M. D.-Professor of Genito-Urinary fessors of Principles and Practice of Medicine and
Surgery. Clinical Medicine.
R. C. Lowman, M, D.-Professor of Physical Diagnosis. E. H. Hetherington, Ph. G., M, D.-Professor of Ob.
Willis P, King, M. D.-Professor of Clinical and Opera. stetrics,
tive Gynæcology. P. D. Hughes, A, M., M. D., H. M. Downs, M. D.
Professors of Principles and Practice of Surgery and
Zachariah Nason, M. D.-Lecturer on Obstetrics.
W. E. Stemen, M. D.-Lecturer on Osteology and and Descriptive Anatomy.
Syndesmology. Katharine Berry Richardson, Ph. M., M. D.-Professor
, Craig, M. D.-Lecturer on Life Insurance. of Visceral Anatomy.
H. I. Parr, D. D. S.-Lecturer on Dental Surgery. J. L. B. Eager, M. D.-Professor of Materia Medica and J. E. Sawtell, M. D.-Lecturer on Diseases of the Nose,
Throat and Chest.
W. H. Coffey, M. D.-Lecturer on Physiology,
Eye and Ear,
H. D. McQuade, M, D.-Demonstrator of Practical S. Ingleby Harrison, M. D.-Professor of Diseases of Anæsthesia, Women and Abdominal Surgery..
C. Allison Foulks, Ph, M., M.D.-Demonstrator of HisF. T. Reyling, M. D.-Professor of Pathology and Bac- tology, and Curator of the Histological Laboratory. teriology.
L, D. Mabic, M. D., Prosector, G, W. Richards, M. D.John W. Kyger, M. D.-Professor of Diseases of Children Demonstrators of Anatomy. and Infant Feeding.
H. M. Bacon, A, M., M, D.-Assistant to the chair of R. A. Roberts, A. M., M. D.-Professor of Diseases of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, the Rectum, Histology and Microscopy.
Katharine Stemen Hughes, A. M., M. D.-Assistant to John Troutman, M. D. - Professor of Electro-Therapy:
the chair of Histology and Microscopy. Hon. W. Harry Brown.---Professor of Forensic Medicine, Fay P. Clark, M, D.--Curator of the Pathological and J. T. Axtell, M. D.-Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Bacteriological Laboratory. M. P. Sex on, M. D.-Professor of Diseases of the Mind F. M. Owen, M. D.-Assistant to the Medical Departand Nervous System.
ment of the College Dispensary. Geo. M. Gray, M. D.-Professor of Fractures, Disloca- J. Herbert Smith, M, D.-Assistant to the Gynæcological tions, and Clinical Surgery,
Department of the College Dispensary.
clergy. Laboratory Ticket (Chemical).. Final examination fee for this year.
$ 40 00
80 00 If second year only has been taken in this college 40 00 Laboratory ticket (Bacteriology).
6 00 Final examination fee for this year,
25 00 If second year has been taken in this college... 20 00 If first and second years have been taken in this college..
15 00 Hospital Ticket...
5 00 Scholarship (covers general tickets only)......... 100 00
Clinical advantages of the College are first-class; besides a free dispensary each day, the College has access to Bethany Hospital, thoroughly equipped, self-sustaining, filled with patients, and students have access to St. Margaret's and all the Hospitals in the City.
DR. J. W. MAY, Dean, Kansas City, Kansas, or
OF THE WAR
is the malarial parasite, the most dangerous being the organism which gives rise to the æstivo-autumnal type or so-called "typho-malaria." The diagnosis of this form of malaria is often times difficult, as the cases closely approximate typhoid fever, and a distinct diagnosis, without a blood examination, may be almost impossible. This form of malaria is ordinarily refractive to quinine, and the best
is found in Guaiaquin. Under treatment with this remedy recovery is usually rapid and satisfactory, the patient being relieved of the pernicious symptoms which often lead to errors in diagnosis, and the expectant treatment for typhoid may be discontinued.
Guaiaquin destroys the æstivo-autumnal parasite, relieves and—if given in time-prevents the subsequent anæmia which is so debilitating to the patient
Pamphlet (76 pp.) on the treatment of Anæmia, Malaria, including the so-called “TyphoMalaria,” and other seases with Guaiaquin, together with cuioreu plates, showing life history of the various malarial parasites, sent free on application.
MCKESSON & ROBBINS,