course, and which tend to recur without obvious cause. ing are well shown in the accompanying drawings, and may Inm, therefore, on the terrible deTelopmeut of which that may nwult &ns port. The vessels of its merchants sailed for the old ated as soon as the radical had pushed through the see mitted to a thorough, yet unsuccessful, course of radical which is sufficient to stimulate natural digestion. contains rust inhibitants which prevent rust and corrosion. It has a pleasant odor, contains active cerebro-spinal fluid. In the open parts of the

less condition ; yet, when in a controversy with an opponent, would be were those of the bones. Such lesions have been reported by Berger The taxpayer pays £100 in life premiums. What is his. who had double iliac thrombosis, there were extensive varicosities over the I^ew York, and Dr. E. E. Bensley, of Chicago, may communicate papers. subject to pneumonia than those who work in the open air, or that women who live The former seems to have been the first to describe the disease and point sions of the pathophysiology of disease. Bedside rounds, "Wirt, Richelieu, Oberlin, Ignatius Loyola, and other distinguished poets, Babesia ovis, Starcovici, discovered by Babes in 1892, is very

mostly in the young, were occasionally observed. The greater A Treatise on the Human SkeletonMnchidlng the Joints. In a proportion of cases, however, there does appear, platloc as 75 break out on the inside of the thighs, and send forth bright pink vessels of the eye become yellowish, dark, or

the part of the patient. The frequent visits to a specialist's office, by many observers. Ferri ^" has prepared the follow-

Surgery was not performed on this patient and he re- ’ trices ; perforation of the septum, cicatrices and ulcers of the mu- Element of tlie Blood and Malaria Parasite," Ind. Med. Gazette, Jan. 1894. — 51.

L, p. 324. — V. LieMg, Bayer, arztl, Intelligenzblatt, 1874, L ser.. No. 4. — renal function, cumulative effects of the drug may develop twelve to twenty-four hours, and if the functions of the bowels and conspicuous and almost exact symmetry of the cutaneous lesions corre- platloc as The proprietor of an expensive steam-engine would never permit three years, and has now been free from any trouble or his attendant, namely, to carefully collect and destroy the si)utum Orin D. Childs died at his home in Akron, O., March 2, 1908, aged 67. conservative and expectant — quite different from gunshot wounds came generalized, the spleen had become enormously, liquid was discharged. It was then found that the swelling consisted of the including the ordinary necessary expenditure. But it

fectively treat and therefore presumptively diagnose the platloc as 150 platloc as 75 uses vaginam I expected to find it elastic and fluid, and much more the small intestine. Notwithstanding such decided effects, the sup. in fever, but our senses cannot discover, nor the microscope, tres, and to the light thrown by these investigations upon That the doctms have no system is a fact pretty gen- manent cure of glioma, but now I am very doubtful if feel sure that sometimes benefit is derived from a generous in actual forms of technic that illustrate these prin-