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T HE PHILA DEL P 111 A UNIVEESITY 1
The Philadelphia University of Medicine
sad Surgery was organized in 1849. Charter
ed by the Legislature, February i'6, 1853
Name changed by a legislative enactment to
the gclectic Medical College of Philadelphia,
in 1860. In 1b63 itpurchesed the Pennsylva
nia Medical College, established in 1842, and
the Philadelphia Medical College, which -had
previously been merged into the Pennsylvania
Medical College. In 1864 it purchased the
Penn Medical University. The Trustees of
the separate schools united, petitioned, and
obtained a special act of , the Legislature, con
solidating these institutions and changing their
names to that of the Philadelphia University
of Medicine and Surgery, March IS, 1865.
All these various acts are published in the
statues of Pennsylvania. The cost of the
building and museum was over one hundred
thousand dollars. It will be observed that the
University, as now organized, is the legal re
presentative of the four medical colleges that
it has absorbed. It ii a liberal school of med
icine, confined to no dogma, nor attached to
any medical clique; but embraces ,n its teach
ings everything of value to the profession.
SEsstoris.—lt has two full sessions each
year, commencing on the Ist. of October, and
continuing until the Ist. of January as its first
session, and from the Ist. of January to the
lst. of April as its second; the two, constitut
ing one full course of lectures. It has also a
summer session, commencing the Ist of April
and continuing until August, for the prepara
tory branches, such as Latin, Greek, Mathe
maties, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Tic/um—Tickets to thelull course of lec
tures $l2O, or $6O for each session. For the
summer or preparatory course $25. Graduat
ing fee $3O. To aid young men of moderate
means, the University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course
students, for $75, and to second-course stud
ents and clergymen for $5O, each constituting
the holder a life member, with the perpetual
privileges of the lectures, and all the teachings
of the school. The only additional fees are a
yearly dissecting and matriculating ticket,
each of which is $5.
THE ADVAPTAGES Or SCHOLARSHIPS.—
The student holding a scholarship can enter
the College at any time duriag the year, at
tend as long as he chooses, and re-enter the
institution as frequently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study to
enter the University on scholarships, hence,
all private 'tuition fees are, saved.
Students,. by holding schblarships, can pros
ecute other business a part of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present
himself at any time, and receive his degree as
icon as qualified.
In case a student should hold a scholarship
and not be able to attend lectures, it can be
transferred to another, thus pieventing any
Parents, guardians, or Wends of students
wishing to purchase scholarships for them a
year or more before their attendance at the
University, can secure them by advancing one
half the price, and paying the balance when
the student enters. Physiciani and benevo
lent men can bestow great benefit upon poor
young men, by presenting them a scholarship,
and thus enabling them to obtain an honor
The Faculty embraCes seventeen eminent
physicians and surgeons. The University has
associated with it a large hospital clinic, where
every form of medical and surdical disease is
operated on and treated in the presence of the
COLLEGE BUILDING.—The College building
located in Ninth street, south of Walnut, is
the finest in the city.' BP front is collegiate
gothic, and is adorned with embattlements and
embrasures, presenting a novel, ' bold, and
beautiful appearance. The facade is of brown
stone, ornamented by two towers, rising to the
elevation of eighty feet, and crowned with an
embattled parapet. The building contains
between fifty and sixty rooms, all supplied
with water, gas. and every other convenience,
that modem improvement can contribute to
facilitate medical instruction. Only five hun-
dred scholarships will be issued, and as two
hundred and fifty are now sold, those who
wish to secure one should do so at once. Mon
ey can be remitted by express, or a draft or a
check sent on any National bank in the United
States, when the scholarship will be returned
by mail, signed by the President of the Board
of Trustees, Jos. S. Fisher, Esq., and the
Dean of the Faculty, W. Paine, M. D. All
orders for scholarships or other business of the
University, shouln be addressed to Professor
W. Paine, M. D. Philadelphia, Pa.
PAINE'R PRACTICE Or MEDICINE.
A new work just issued 'by W. Paine, M.
D., Professor of the principles and practice of
Medicine and Pathology in the Philadelphia
University of Medicine and Surgery ; • author
of Paine's practice of Surgery ; a work on Ob
stetrics and Materia Medica ; author of New
School remedies; an epitome of Eberlie's
practice of Medicine; a review of Hommopa
thy ; a work on the history of Medicine ;
Editor of University Medical and Surgical
Journal, &c., &c. It is a royal octavo of 960
pages, and contains a full description of all
diseases known in medicine and surgery, in
cluding those of women and children, togeth
er with their pathology and treatment by all
the new and improved methods. Price $7 ;
postage 60 cents.
Address the author, 933 Arch Street, Phila
ALSO, A NEW WORK,
Entitled New School Medicines, which is
the only work ever published upon Materia
Medics, embracing all the Eclectic, Homoeo
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MEDICINE AND SURGERY
A Semi-Monthly Journal of Medicine, Surgery,
Physiology, Hygiene, and General Litera
ture, devoted to the Profession and the people.
The cheapest medical paper in the world,
published every two weeks, at the University
Building, Ninth street, south of Walnut.
Single copies, $l.OO
Five copies to one address, 4.35
Ten " 7.50
Twenty " tc 10.00
The getter-up of the club shall have one
copy gratis. Address,
W. PAINE, M. D., Editor.
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A DJOI:RNED COURTS
It is ordered by the Court of Lancaster Co.,
that Adjourned Courts for 1867 for the trial
and decision of cases in the Common Pleas,
Orphans' Court, and Quarter Sessions, are to
be held as follows:
One week, commencing Monday, March 18th.
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To continue one week from the said days re
spectively, ana as much longer as the . business
may require. All the cases on the list for
argument in the Orphans' Court shall be taken
up on the first days of said terms, and be pro
ceded with until disposed of, unless continued
by consent or cause shown.
The cases on the argument list in the Quar
ter Sessions shall be taken up on Wednesday
of said term if not prevented by the Orphans'
Court, and if so, the cases in the Quarter Ses
sions will be commenced on the termination
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The argument of the cases of the Common
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ADJOURNED JURY TRIALS.
It is ordered by the Court that adjonrned
courts for Jury trials in 'the Common Pleas,
will be held as follows :
One week, commencing on the first Monday
in February, 4th. . .
One week, commencing on the 3d Monday
in February, 18th,
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in May, 27th.
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iOll A PMAN'S CH A LLENGE to the vote:
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Oh ! she was beautiful and fair,
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ofTher Company now offer a limited amount
thiry years to run, and bearing
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
e e l ann.
in in te g rest, payable on the first day ofJau.
of and July, in the city of New York, at th
SIX PER CENT. IN (}OLD ,
INET Y. CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
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fully equipped, nd trains are regularly ru e .
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suf f icient iron, ties, etc., to finish the remain
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is expected that the entire road will be in run
ning order from Omaha to its Western connec
tion with the Central Pacific now being rap.
idly built eastward from S acramento, Cal.,
Means of the Company.
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Union Pacific to be 1,565 miles, the United
St,stes Government issues its Six per cent.
Thirty-Year Bonds to the Company as the
road is finished at the average rate of about
$28,250 per mile, amounting to $44,205,000.
The Company is also permitted to issue its
own First Mortgage Bonds to an equal
amount, and at the same time, which by spa.
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on the entire line, the bonds of the United
States being subordinate to them.
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032,000, estimated to be worth $30,000,0
making the total resources, exclusive of the
capital, $118,416,000 ; but the full value of
the lands cannot now be realized.
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five m llions have already been paid in, and
of which it is not supposed that more than
twenty-five millions at most will be required.
The cost of the road is estimated by compe
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lion dollars, exclusive of equipment.
Prospects for business,
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ready finished for the first two weeks in May
were $113,000. These sectional earning,3 as
the road progresses will much more than pay
the interest on the Company's bonds, and the
through business over the only line of railroad
between the Atlantic and Pacific must be im
Value and Security of the Bonds
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above statement of facts fully demonstrates
the security of their Bonds, and as additional
proof they would suggest that the Bonds now
offered are less than ten million dollars on 517
miles of road, on which over twenty million
dollars ha ye already been expended;—on 330
miles of this road the cars are now running,
and the remaining 187 tulles are nearly com
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