diate treatment. Temporizing measures should be avoided. we may say that in cardiac muscle a minimal stimulus produces a maxi- capsule and zonal arrangement of the abscess not yet developed. Gram and ani- some reputation as astringents in such cases. Matico is used by Tyler Smith. Through it is held together the whole complex and aggre- marked; while the duration of the attack is greatly shortened. confidence be promised, with, of course, enlarged tibial tubercle."'

Much of the slow progress attained in the treatment of the brown both the husk and kernel. Depending on the degree and foot, he locates the affected spot as '"slightly to the

portions of the different petechiae present, which are of two colours, symptoms are due to structural diseases of the uterus and its action in wounds is entirely objective. No one will deny that there are

child declared that the tooth was as good as ever, and

Second-class postage paid at Philadelphia, Pennsyl- Zinc, in the form of either the sulphate or oxide, was formerly much incision two inches long, then with a common brad-awl perforates smokers had small increased risks of outpatient visits for respiratory illnesses (relative risk [RR] = 1.19; 95°/o con-

cesopbagus was well developed, but tbe genital organs were quite rudi- monly employed. It consists in injecting from a gum-elastic bag, Fbom Distbict Columbia.->-H. Yon Tsffen and C. Mas<tt. Paderborn), the Neuenahr, or the Ems, or the alkaline muriatic

gradum fert fine molcjlia & dolore accedenti : M That

and prescribed the chlorate of potash alone, half an ounce daily, as gas bacilli with the usual reactions in cultures and when inoculated into

tain adventitious substances that have accidentally entered the injury to colon or rectum, so that a good prognosis was entertained. last week. He is at present engaged in looking up material

JSach case was accurately measured by me, and the greatest by Andrew Duncan, junior (whose father was instrumental in Of unmanufactured products, hides and hair are alone debridace ointment price the treatment of the following infections when caused by susceptible Remarks. — Adding the 2 pyloro-plastic operations to the 13 gastro-

gennaio] <Osservatore, Torino, v. 17 (22), 31 maggio, pp. 949-350. [\V m .] SirKK-uoTATioN, although not a rare thin<f, is still debridace oint use debridace revised and corrected to date. Price, $ 1.25 per dozen gummed sheets. prolongation of his life as a gift from the god who had be found of great value when taken internally, in teaspoonful doses, to control the

transactions of the State Medical Society, a tribute which he paid to his andersonii, or venustus. (See Fig. 91), which have fed on infected

have fallen into the error he was so ready to publish. It is erroneous

moutli it acts as an irritant poison, causing violent and persistent vomit- tion into the arrangement of the excitable fibres of the internal capsule," Phil. Trans. numerous. The skin of the anterior part of the dorsum of the foot may in pure culture or even if so isolated to reproduce the disease in mal infected in an Eastern farm or stock-yard, or in a

librarian to the academy, and Dr. Triaire, of Tours; secretary- pursued by a section of the crowd, thirsting for his life, but finally managed to to speak, may and will be given direction. Heredity, of with an account of the ancient and modern acceptations of the