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especial care to correct the present evil that has for years obtained, towit: The unbridled abandon by which certain Denver physicians have -by a mouthy prominence, and perverse inclination to be continuously heard-ridden over and trampled down less egotistical but equally deserving country members. We believe that our much admired toastmaster, and highly esteemed president, is just the man above all others to rebuke all further proceedings of this kind. The appointment of Dr. Davis to the office of President is one of those rare occurrences where a society is honored by the officer equal to, if not more than that conferred. Congratulations should be felt by all, that a man of such wide experience, learning, and respectability, has been elected president.
DENVER MEDICAL TIMES.
With this, the first number of volume five, we desire to thank the Medical Profession of the west for past favors received, and to again renew our oft repeated request for short papers, reports of societies, and interesting cases. We know from past experience that our medical friends of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico, appreciate such articles from their near neighbors. In their name we ask of you all to contribute your mite, that in the end we may be better acquainted, one with the other.
We hope that our eastern friends, who have so kindly written articles for THE TIMEs, may continue to grant us their favors. The editor -having a just appreciation of the difficulties, and the amount of time, and labor that must necessarily be devoted to publishing THE TIMEShas associated with him as assistant editor, Dr. G.W. Tibbits, of Denver. We believe that our readers will soon recognize with satisfaction his wellknown, untiring efforts to advance the cause of medicine. In our combined capacity it is the intention to make The Times an independent Journal, free from college or society ownership, and run solely in the interest of the medical profession. In preserving these, our rights, we grant to all our medical brethren-be he in city or country, near or distant--and equality not otherwise attainable. We flatter ourselves that this laudable purpose will meet with a just appreciation, and increased usefulness.
We print in this number the first of a series of papers upon Colorado and Western Physicians, owing to an unavoidable occurence the cut in. tended to represent Dr. Gehrung is not such as we wished or expected. With future papers we promise that such mishaps will not again occur.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. Thursday June 18th, 1885. The banquet is over. Oh my head ! How it aches!
Convention Hall—12 m., June 18th, where are all the Doctors ?
To LET.—The Medical Department of State University ; ternis doubtful. No methodists need apply.
Cholera is said to have reappeared at Toulon.
Kircher originated the germ theory of infectious diseases two hundred years ago.
As a cheap but useful laxative, Prof, Parvin advises the use of an oz. of bran in a little water taken at bedtime.
According to Dr. Alfred Carpenter, there is no possible chance of relief to those who are inclined to the lithic acid diathesis, if they arrest oxidation by the use of stimulants or narcotics of any kind.
We acknowledge the exchange of the Iowa State Medical Reporter. Our thanks, friends Cruttenden and Swift. The Times wishes you suc
Dr. Hawkins, of Hawkin's Hospital for Diseases of Women, speaks very highly of the results obtained in uterine and cervical catarrh, by the use of Kennedy's Pinus Canadensis.
Dr. R. G. Nolan at County Hospital uses Papine to the exclusion of all other preparations of opium. He says it is an agreeable, certain, and pleasant anodyne.
Dr. Stenhouse, at County Hospital, speaks of Bromidia as the only hypnotic now used by him.
It is said that 35,000 physicians are wanted in European Russia, Colorado could. easily furnish her share of them without robbing herself.
Where ! Oh where ! is the medical department of our State University ?
Dr. Tibbits has used the Compound Wine of Mitchella (of Chapman,
The Oleates made by Park, “Davis & Co., have been tried hj Physicians of the west, and found to be a most reliable list of new remedies. Oleate of Copper is prescribed very largely for ring worm, warts, corns, bunions, etc.
Mineral Earth has many advantages as a local application in chronic ulcers, suppurative wounds, etc.
Dr. Elsner of this city has a medical library of six thousand vol.
The largest in this state. Specimens of urine containing tube-casts can be preserved by the addition of a minute quantity of corrosive sublimate..
Dr. Weber, of Darmstadt, has used apomorphine in doses of onehalf a grain, three times a day, in chronic asthma.
Poor old Billy Hawkins has gone to his summer resort. He has eschewed physic and gone to grass.
The physicians to County Hospital use large quantities of Fairchild Bros. & Foster's modified Warburgs Tincture in most all the periodical fevers. It is in every respect equal to the original Warburg by Richardt.
According to William C. Jarvis, remarkable intellectual faculties are likely to be accompanied by nasal catarrh. That's what is the matter with our friend. Thanks! Dr. Jarvis, for your enlightenment of our heretofore darkened understanding.
Dr. R. G. Nolan says there is no remedy that equals Fairchild's Pepsine in Scales, to digest the Colorado Beef given to inmates of county Jail. Doctor you had better give these infants Anglo-Swiss condensed milk.
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.
Text-Book of Hygiene.-By George H. Rohe, M. D., Prof. of Hygiene College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, etc. ; Thomas and Evans, Baltimore, 1885. This work is a comprehensive, plain, practical, digest of the principles and practice of American preventive medicine.
Urinary and Renal Derangements and Calculous Disorder.-By Lionel S. Beale, M. D., Fellow of the Royal Society, and of the Royal College of Physicians; Prof. of the Principles and Practice of medicine in King's College, London. This little book from the pen of the wellknown Dr. Beale, abounds with hints on diagnosis and treatment of urinary disorders to an extent seldom met within so small a work. To the ractitioner it will prove especially valuable. ant_and equality not otherwise attainable. We flatter ourselves that this laudable purpose will meet with a just appreciation, and increased usefulness.
We print in this number the first of a series of papers upon Colorado and Western Physicians, owing to an unavoidable occurence the cut in. tended to represent Dr. Gehrung is not such as we wished or expected. With future papers we promise that such mishaps will not again occur. Outline Note and Case-Book for Medical Students and Practitioners. Designed by Frank W, Olds, A. M., M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital.
Battle & Co. Papine and Bromidia, are meeting with large sales in Denver.
Beef Peptonoids by Reed & Carnrick is a highly nutritious food. It is receiving at the hands of Colorado physicians many endorsements as a reliable and effective article.
Fellow's Hypophosphites is known and used by everybody.
We acknowledge the receipt of a box of sample Celerina, Aletris Cordial, Acid Mannate, and Pinus Canadensis from Rio Chemical Co. We have tried them in hospital and private practice and find them deserving of more extended use.
Reed & Carnrick are combining Cod Liver oil with milk in a most elegant and palatable form.
Beef Peptonoids has been used by Denver physicians with happy results in the treatment of wasting diseases.
Pepso Petelea of Chapman, Green & Co., has the merit of combining with Pepsine a most effective stomachic bitter-Wafer Ash. It is our belief that did physicians more fully understand the usefulness of stomachics with Pepsine, our results in the treatment of the various dyspepsias would be more to our credit,
Metho Glycerole of Bismuth and Hydrastis is fast becoming the popular remedy for mucous membranes. It has the advantage of combined sedative and alterative properties. In all conditions necessitating mild and continuous alterant action upon the mucous surfaces, it will be found effective, elegant, and a highly prized combination,
Use Seabury & Johnson's Plasters. They are the best.
The Oleates made by Park, Davis & Co., have been tried by physicians of the west, and found to be a most reliable list of new remedies. Oleate of Copper is prescribed very largely for ring worm, warts, corns, bunions, etc.
Mineral Earth has many advantages as a local application in chronic ulcers, suppurative wounds, etc.
OFFICIAL LIST OF CHANGES OF STATIONS AND DUTIES OF MEDICAL OFFICERS OF THE U. S. MARINEHOSPITAL SERVICE FOR THE WEEK
ENDED MAY 16, 1885. TESSENDEN, C. S. D., Surgeon, Granted leave of absence for thirty
days. May 12, 1885. GOLDSBOROUGH, C, B., Passed Asssitant Surgeon. To proceed to Moss Point, Miss. for special duty. May 16, 1885.
FOR THE WEEK ENDED JUNE 6, 1885. WYMAN, WALTER, Surgeon. To inspect unserviceable property at Balti
more, Md. June 6, 1885. Carter, H. R., Passed Assistant Surgeon. To inspect unserviceabl
property at San Francisco, Cal. June 6, 1885. BATTLE, K. P., Assistant Surgeon. To inspect unserviceable property at New Orleans, La. June 6, 1885.
FOR THE WEEK ENDED JUNE 13, 1885. WYMAN, WALTER, Surgeon. To proceed to New York, and assume
charge of the Service, relieving Surgeon Sawtelle. June 8, 1885. BANKS, C. E., Passed Assistant Surgeon. Granted leave of absence for
thirty days. June 12, 1885.
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