Manhood Perfectly Restored eBook

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The Tribune and Farmer, of New York city, in its current issue of July 26th, 1884, says

“AN EXCEPTION TO THE RULE.”

“The propriety of devoting editorial space to the subject-matter of any medical advertisement that may appear in our columns may be doubted by some, and indeed, were it not for our personal knowledge of the skill and integrity of the Medical Director of the Civiale Remedial Agency of New York (whose advertisements will be found elsewhere in this issue), we should deem ourselves more than guilty were we to utter a word of endorsement as to the efficacy of their system of treating that serious class of diseases in men which has been generically termed Nervous Debility, and which for so many years has been, and is at present, made the stalking-horse for impudent swindlers, quacks and impostors to palm off worthless and often injurious compounds on their suffering fellow-men.

“Let it be understood, then, that we know whereof we speak, and that our object is simply to furnish those who are afflicted with such reliable information as will enable them to determine the true character of their disease, and the best means to be adopted for a cure.

“The method of treating diseases of the Genito-Urinary organs by means of the urethral canal is in the first place no new-fangled experiment, but is identical with the system which has been employed for the past fifteen years in the leading hospitals of France, and more especially in Paris, as the standard treatment, and one that gives uniform satisfaction; and in the history of medical science there are perhaps no two physicians who have done more for the alleviation of human suffering and the cure of Sexual and Seminal Diseases than those eminent French Surgeons, Prof.  Jean Civiale and Prof.  Claude Lallemand, to whose joint studies and endeavors this system owes its origin.

“We believe, in fact, that this theory and practice of medicine is an advance in the right direction, and we predicted, from its first introduction in the United States some time ago, that the people would readily see its truth and accept the wonderful benefits of its practice.  And the result has certainly borne out our prediction, for thousands of sufferers from such ills as Impotence, Spermatorrhoea, Kidney, Liver and Urinary troubles have been cured by these remedies.”

  {Illustration:  ONE VIEW OF THE HOSPITAL OF THE HOTEL DIEU, PARIS.

This celebrated hospital of Paris, the oldest as well as the largest and finest in the city, covers 22,000 square metres of land, has over 1,000 beds, and a corps of over 100 physicians on its medical and surgical staff.  It is situated on the Ile de la Cite, near the famous church of Notre Dame.  It was here that both LALLEMAND and CIVIALE studied under the celebrated DUPUYTREN, one of France’s greatest surgeons, until, in after years, they themselves became sufficiently great to become its Consulting Surgeons.  In France, honors are gained by ability alone, and not, as here, by political influence and wire-pulling.}

The following is a list of the French Hospitals with which Civiale and Lallemand were connected during their lives.

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