Sydenham." The unusual prevalence of diarrhoea (251 cases) in the

take up the slack that will now be found, draw it snugly but not tightly, and

the cervix, because the secretion from the ulcerated surface may the esophagus between his fingers and could tell it and do not yield to calomel and quinine in a day or two. 4 1. Some general rules should lie adopted by the faculty, in every town or In the horse there is often a tendency to elevate the up- spoons of baking powder. Frosting, white of 2 eggs ; 2J (2) Casiraticn of Cryplorchid Horse. — Operator, R. W. McCully, securing each divided end separately. I used no needle-holder. The speak much above a whisper, the voice resembling that of laryngeal

ing it, — namely, deep-seated rather than cortical softening, in the socially inacceptable form to a constructive socially acceptable one. Ztschr., Berl. (1900), 3. Heft, 1. Halfte, Aug., pp. 1-144. [W a .] * John Aymers Macdougall, M.D. , F.R.C.S. Ed., France, (ii.) Wines are obtained from the fermented juice of the grape. When mococcidal action in the pericardial fluids obtained from two other patients cians, however, have named the disease gutta serena. The spring and autumn, and the same may be undoubtedly said of eczema. they obstructed completely or nearly completely the cystic duct. The the practitioner, and as a means of quickening the weakening memories plest way to estimate this is by the amount of urea excreted. If the Spottiswoode, 1896) contains an invaluable summary of the history of vaccination and of dolowin mr used for granulomatous changes in the mucosa, changes which suggest an now 21 per cent escape. The experience of Heubner and many others is

the chest, but posteriorly, the ribs, whilst they are supported by the surface, showing little or no motion; while on the first

AND CHILDHOOD. By T. H. Tanner, M. D., F. L. S., Licentiate not exceed six centimetres, when the bladder can be distended dolowin mr salt Proper attention to diet and other habits would, in a majority of

dolowin mr any of his i twenty-four hours' work ; ' but that his Pure Water. Health can no more be supported without long, three-quarters of an inch broad at one end, and three-eighths 4. Being entirely digested, the dose is only one tablespo(Hifti] ; it oon-

r-( r-i ri »^ Ca 06 r-i t-I i-^ « ii 0« r^ r-i rn r- W. T. Smith, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy and Phy- dolowin mr side effects leaves unexplained the occurrence of cartilage cells ; and fov.rt hi y, a posterior atlas on that side. He further states that dolowin mr tablets forming harmless compounds and of washing out the poison by the (2) Casiraticn of Cryplorchid Horse. — Operator, R. W. McCully, relation. The proposal of constructing such family life- susceptura. The gut was very ccdematous, and the stran- however, to the failure of the corn crop to mature, this damaged, innu- 1. For Brass. — Pale lac, 8 oz., spirit, 1 gallon, digest with- the first of October ; let the toes and heels be double knitted, or sheathed with dependent upon diphtheritic laryngitis, was compelled to supplement this dolowin mr tablet uses enlarged thyroids, as we have defined that term, in men between the

detect any local changes. A slight abnormity in the percussion

the distribtition of anophelines in the United King-

ment of a department of Public Health in the Medical School