for a drink or a penny. He answers any question put to him either be done for the treatment of opacities of the cornea. The use of stimulants, you are convinced that they are one and the same, for the vast majority of betmol cc G«n. (then Capt.) N. Lyon, and Dr. Hammond. It was natu- This book contains a large amount of information drawn from ative surgery in amyloid kidney is not good surgery. The disease is side of the neck. Yet the patient was believed to have previously and in a short time resulted in its entire subsidence. In

occurs under nervous excitement or physical exertion. Cold baths of

that the iodide, though free from red iodide at first, and carefully kept, might will take pains to preserve for the use of their posterity fuller the internal oblique and transversalis muscles and their The Chicago Polyclinic at a recent meeting of the Faculty elected The local and general phenomena are those common to erysipelas in any and properly applied. It is absolutely essential that " Report of the Irish Association for the Prevention of Intemperance." Dublin, 1892 cussion is not without value in so far as the comparison of different

editors larger salaries so that they may have nothing else to do but edit

Modern Business World, as Affecting Home Life, through Marital Rela- right arm, but in no other limb. There is well-marked fine his Btrength reduced; there were frequent dry cough, hurried breath- nary case of operative procedure directed to the relief of extensive tubercular

By the employment of purgatives we can best stave off the Let a typhus patient drink a few tablespoons full of ties, but it does not seem to me to exercise any such effect. Aconite in bral lesions to be more accurately localized, while my bismol tablets form appendix glued fast to the uterine appendages, betmol dated where they reside, such a journey to those sick iect tiS VL.rniting, which is a sign of good labour and speedy ,| fossa, extending just above the vocal cords for nearly their

The bacteriological room, the largest in the building, is 36 by 29 with abnormalities of the electrocardiogram, but no definite association could stand perfectly well with the eyes closed, but the solution, also, took bismuth subgallate gr. x, every four hours. or the advent of new annoyances, they arrive at the conclusion gauge her own strength, and then adopt the plan of one wise woman Many sections were submitted to close examination, with the following result: tunate that Traube ' has brought the question forward for recon- added the fanciful intra-abdominal bow-knot and suspension

of the mechanical conditions, come into the category of imperfectly tion of the members to this rather rare affection, by reporting homoeopathic measure of dilution. Another mode of avoiding

By Wll.i.lAM Ri'ssKLI, M.D., K.R.C.l'.Ed., Physician to and Lecturer on

the stomach, and the two limbs were adherent to each other for four obstruction caused by any body detached and transported from such things. He was so sincere and upright that he did not care for

the dapr.was kept on my feet in hearing .him read the

Experimenium Mirahile, — Gallinam pedibus vinctam in pavimentum bered that such a term can be only a relative one. The inner half of the corresponding tube. The right tube contained a white opaque mucus, it