On the lat of Ootober nest, two new departments, closely allied to the medical department of the University, will oommeuco a career whioh all friends of advancement can but wish will be a prosperous one. One at least has had a long struggle with its enemies for even a foothold, and it has at last attaiued one only through deterniined persistente. As is already well known, the Legislaturo at itt last session, appropriated funds for the support of a Homeopathie Medical School and a Dental School. The Eegents with promptness at a succeeding meeting ordered these departments put iuto operation, and set about providing the necessary buildings, auxiliaries, and instructora. Both schools will open simultaneously with the oíd medical department and a large portion of the work of the three will be the same and will be purBued in coininon, all enjoying equal facilities. The first annual announcement of these new departments have just appeared, and to represent them faithfully we have summarized their contents and given the result below. The Homeopathie School. The terms of admission here will be the same as for the other branch of medicine, and the examinations will be held at the same lime. Women will be adinitted on the same terms that men are, but will have separate lectures, except on general chemistry, separate dissecting rooms, etc. Students in this college will receive instruction in materia medica and therapeutics from Prof. Jones, and in theory and practice of medicine from Prof. Morgan. To gain instruction in general chemistry, anatoiny, organic and appliedchemi8try, physiology, ophthalmology, otology and practical anatomy, surgery, obstetrics and diseases of women and children, they wili altend the tures on those subjects in the department of medicine and surgery. Then follows a oomplete description of the chemical laboratory and the advantages it possesses for a student in medicine. E very candidato for the degree of M. D. is required to pursue the study of practical medical cheinistry in the laboratory, until he has coinpleted a course of from twelve to fifteen weeks. Supplies are furnished him at the price current of New York dealers. All the student8 graduating from the homeopathie medical college shal! be furnished with diplomas so designated, signed by the president and secretary, and bearing the corporate seal o: the Uuiversity. In all other respects this announcement contains the matter of the previous announcement for the allopathic medical school. Thd Dental Colleee. The qualifications for aduiission are the same as for the medical department and examinations for admission will occur at the same time, Wednesday and Thursday, September 29th and 3Oth. ADVANTAGES OF CONNECTION WITH THE UNIVERSITY. The advantages of this connection are detailed at some length, and the various departments of chemistry, mater medica and therapeutics, anatomy physiology, surgery, etc, are fully described. Chemistry will aid the student in understanding the importan part chemical agents play in the diseases of the dental apparatus. He will attend lectures on organic and inorganic chemistry, besides which he will enjoy the advantages of the chemical laboratory, for the practical study of al those agents or secretions that concern bis future needs in the prevention anc cure of disea8e. Special instruction will be given in the anatomy and histology of all that pertains to the ora apparatus to give the student through acquaintance with the región of his fu ture professional practice. The denta student will be greatly benefiied by the lecturea on obstétrica and allied sub jects, 8ince the conditions of maternity and the provisions tberefor so often disturb the system. In short, the advan tages offered by a fully equipped medical college are of auch iniportaace tha the attendance upon at least one enter course of medical lectuies is regardee na the proper foundation for the subse quent study of this specialty. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY. ïhe principies íuvolved in the treat ment of and operations upon the natural teeth and adjaoent part for their preservation and restoration to health will be carefully investigated. Th i will include not only the diseases of the teeth but also the remedies to be appli ed and the best modes of operating in all the details of condition, materials instrumenta and appliances. In the clinical departnient the aim will be to give the niOBt thorough prac tical instructions in the operative de tails, and in tke preparations of the instrumenta and appliances used. The operating rooms will be ampie and wel arranged, and fully suppled with al the requisite facilltiea, such aa chaira engines, etc. All valuable applian ces will be made available and in structions in their ue given. The students are required to furnish thei owu instrumenta for filling, and these should be aelected under the direction of the clinical teacher. Every member of the senior class, at least, will be re quired to spend a part of each day in the clinic room. MECHANICAL DENTI8TRY. Shecinl reference will be given to the principies involved in the restoration of the voice and natural expreasion of the feature. The atudent will be required to supply themselves with the necessary tools and appliances for the laboratory. The manipulation and management of the precious metala with reference to to their application to dental purposes will receive special attention. The advantages of the museum are referred to, stating that there are more than 100,000 specimens contained in it and accessible to all students who desire to study them. In addition to the library of medical literature of 1,600 volumes, a Hbrary of dental scienca will be I speedily gupplied. C0SDITI0N3 OF OBADUATION. The oandidate jiust be twenty-one pears of age. He inust furnish evidenoe ot' good moral character. He must devote three years to the study af his profession, in connection with attendance upon a full course of medical lectures. He must attend two full oouraes of leotures in the Dental College, or one course elsewhere, and the last one here, and we recommend that he attend three courses regularly. He must pursue the study of anatoniy by dissecting the organs and struoturs upon which he prooses hereafter to opérate. He must mrsue the study of chemistry in the aboratory, or sustain an examinution n the studies there pursued. He will e required to exhibit for exaniination videnoe of his skill in operating in the mouth of patients, for whioh the infirmary will provide the oportunity. He must sustain an examination satisfacory to the faculty in all the branches .aught. A gradúate of the medical college may enter the senior class, and if found qualified mny gradúate af ter two years ïave been devoted to the study of dentistry. A dentist who has been in reputable practice for four years muy submit to an examination, and if apjroved ntes the senior claus, although ie may not have previously attendec ectures. The fees and expenses are the same as for the medical department. FACULTY Oï THE DENTAL COLLEGE. James B. Angelí, LL. D., President. Jonathan Taft, D. D. S., Professor of the Principies and Practice of Operativo Deutistry and Dean. John A. Watliug, D. D. 8., Professor o Clinical end Mechauical Dentist ry. Walter H. Jackson, Denionstiator. In addition to the above named pro fessors, students in the Dental Colleg will receive instructions in anatomy physiology, pathology, chemistry mate ria medica, therapeutics and surgerj from the professors of these respectiv branches in the department of Medicin and Surgery of the University.