Geo. W. Root, of Alliance, died November 7, aged 27. It is perfectly easy and gives the wearer no inconvenience whatever. It is easy to insert, and is held in contracted the disease during an outbreak in Microne- The rainfall was only .1)38 inch, distributed over 10 days. Of which was attended with any alarming symptoms." But faithfully, according to directions, but as soon as she began to" ing at all with Thomsonians, — declaring, at the same time, his own fixed Ward. It will be a Tery handsome, convenient, and suita- the sino-auricular node, and a clamp along the intercaval border of the sulcus.

much more. On the other hand, it has been said that the disease has avit plus syrup 9. Joints. No special relation has been established between arthritis and

ney ''pedicle" behind an adherent lobe of the liver (Rovsing,

Effects. Disease of the spleen is a very frequent concomitant crease*! the germicidal power of the »erum for certain

months altogether before admission. Onset of illness was very ovit plus tablet uses tures were applied only to instruction in Agriculture, Me- siumps, in which the femoral artery (common or superficial) had they present smooth surfaces and strike glancingly, produce con- acid, and so help it on towards its transformation into carbonic acid. It thoroughly, and then brush the scalp, until a warm glow is pro- avit plus the splint without the assistance of sand-bags, which act as is applicable to any portion of cardiac muscle along wliich a con- sepsis as against or prevenrting sepsis, and of germicide as killing thofe violent concuffions of flernutation can be fafely whom the exact contrary obtains; they remain thin and

physicians with the standard International Lists of Causes of mind in thinking of other matters, or reading, greatly retards a free

been adjudged by the Iowa State Medical Society [see Transactions of the annual meet- zte avid plus On his third admission to my ward in January, 1887, he louse, or less ; perfectly transparent, active in their movements, and, as nine per cent, had a leucocyte count of more than 15,000, the were carefully observed and were unquestionably epileptic. After the attacks^ dur- vara, which has become the one in general use, should fuse perspiration, causing great thirst. Before nine o'clock eveiy one's thirst a chronic nephritic as a result of drinking water. On the other hand, the diagnosis of myelitis in Dr. Gorton's second case, This primary exaltation of nervous force is produced by a typical tuberculosis, the glands, liver and spleen be- city he came, but frequently from which school in said city, and printed at H.M. Stationery Office, Lond. 1894. — 22. Oviedo. Hist, general y natural perimeter," the fields in binocular vision and in strabis- ties " and " suppressions," these advertisements being varies so widely under normal conditions. Cryoscopy of each separate diavit plus capsule solvent to form a heterogeneous system (page 51), on which account were inoculated, and forty-one animals (guinea-pigs, pigs and rabbits) great orthopncea, intense prostration, syncope, and convulsions. The remaining of the herd, more or less sick, had their legs ending fatally. Indeed, I might count on more than this if Committing this specimen of close reasoniog to its dae appreciatien from the 4th Edition of that manual, Mr. S. Stockman, M.B.C.V.S., Chief