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APOTHECARIES, D. PRESTON:
FROM RE-PRECIPITATED Pepsin.
HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA.
The Laboratory, furnished with microscopes, tables, etc., is now open to Students and Graduates in Medicine desiring to study normal and pathological histology, or to conduct original investigations in pathology. Microscopical and chemical examinations of the tissues and fluids of the body, normal and diseased, will be carefully and promptly made. Address at the Hospital,
JAMES TYSON, M.D., or 332 S. 15th St. Lecturer on Patholog. Anut, and Histology
Were the only CAPSULES admitted to the last Paris Exposition, and are now the only ones prescribed
OIL OF SANDAL-WOOD.
(One-tenth part Oil Cassia.)
The Oil of Sandal-wood possesses a much greater power in restoring to a healthy state the mucous membrane of the urethra than either Cubebs or Copaiba. It never produces sickness, and is so certain and speedy in its action as to fully entitle it to be called the specific in comparison with the other remedies. It is fast superseding every other remedy, sixty Capsules only being required to insure a safe and certain cure in six or eight days. From no other medicine can a like satisfactory result be obtained. Our own Copaiba require on an average about twenty days; our Copaiba and Cubebs about seventeen; and our Matico about fifteen ; while the best of the hard Capsules require about forty days, and the others a much longer time.
Castor Oil, Cod-liver Oil, Turpentine, Tar, Oil Male Fern, and many of the nauseous medicines in same
Sold by all Druggists.
(Successors to 0. S. Hubbell),
Apothecaries and pharmaceutical Chemists,
No. 1410 Chestnut Street,
Our unequalled stock of material for prescriptions, the system of careful supervision (inaugurated by Mr. Hubbell) that is practised in every department of our establishment, the perfect cleanliness and neat condition in which every article leaves our place, and the presence at all times, day or night, of at least one of us, are our credentials for the continued preference of the Medical Profession of Philadelphia, for which, during the year that has passed, we beg that they will accept our very sincere thanks, assuring them that we will deserve it equally in the future.
It is our object to have always on hand every article, whether drug, chemical, or pharmaceutical preparation, they could desire to prescribe, and we will always obtain, by importation or otherwise, any remedy they may wish to use or the properties of which they may desire to test.
GEORGE I. MCKELWAY.
HENRY A. Borell.