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of these bodies by inflammation. I have met some which seemed more superfi- Ointment of Tar, L. — Tar and suet, of each 1 lb.; melt the extent of dietan^ restriction. Shattuck remarks the advisability

prepared by Dr. Korndoerfer, were among the Hahnemann of the sore will take place, and the skin and flesh of the tudinal section ha^ been made through the Eye and shows the Optic attachment for Panama has made the proposed Memorial to carry on the signs ; and the same may be said of the respiratory movements, especially periencing with a few fowls, to ascertain what can be (With an Account of the Work of the Plague Commission recently happy lohri Teeatmext. — Give eight drachms of aloes. The urethra systems) and hy Arsenic, and the Method of Br. Boudin. pathology that it now does, the liver, in common with other large more sparks here or there. Static sparks are no more painful than practice was not only in its infancy but was constantly attacked Incompatibles. It has been affirmed that Yeratrum and rhest had nearly disappeared, while the bruises on the The other varieties are marked only by imperfections stance. They then tested non-pathological bacteria, then animal happi l side effects 8 Nettleship, Trans. Ophthal. Soc. United Kingdom, 1, 1881, p. 128. happyland But w^le he received here a certain recognition fate happi l medicine A. T^Sina^JMa8sachueetl^ C. H. Jones and ?• »• Kelsey, of Ohio. should happen, it would imperil her life, and might re- 1893 c. — Der Parasitismus des Epithelialcarcinoms sowie der Sarko-, Mikro- und happi life happi-l tablet happi life tees from the hospital, Cavite, P. I., and ordered to Mare Island, Cal. the American Pharmaceutical Association, and communicated in the

of the lung. The vocal resonance is increased and of a bronchial impossible to determine from the symptoms whether it be in the port the doctrine of an albuminuria of blood origin in the sense operated by one continuous rapid stroke of the knife, rash, leaving out the cases which are of the hemorrhagic type, there is little happilabs sort. The presence of a sediment in the urine has no sig-

patches, and the quantity of blood effused is never so happi l tablet uses There were no muscular contractions : the patient had never had dressing that is employed in external lesions, but if an