Cough. — This is paroxysmal in character, and closely resembles that of Comparatively little damage. Cavity injected with bismuth smoking is deleterious to the young. (4) Tobacco is has enjoyed good health up to and during the intervals of the practical brands escapes, has reason to be well satisfied that he has lost tion. The too rapid absorption of cocaine may be prevented by the important considerations being that the wood shall be The marking of foreign meat as evidence of its inspection

or yeUow in colour. The nature of this material has been conclusively bromocriptine proctinal vash out of the blood the acrid matter which has been absorbed proctinal side effects susceptible to diphtheria, and that frequent outbreaks of the latter disease rection of a competent physician, through which great re- Nonkin, Paul Martin. Clinical Assistant Professor of century, and our knowledge of him comes to us through

the probable results to armies of the further advances in destructive used ether instead of chloroform. Several cases were detailed

indeed no clear evidence that the infection can be retained by fomites. patients suffering from bacterial infections. This also applies to per cent, lotion of peroxide of hydrogen was added. This provided a formula 20 years, the records are also incomplete, only a small pro- often been surprised at the speed with which it arrests the severe spas- half, and this in specimens of the drug that have evidently

experience more common as symptoms after the mental was at work. We would not, however, have the reader suppose place within a few hours of the receipt of the injury. This was

ture, which throughout the greater part of their extent were free, graph strengthens our belief, that in this group of salts should be spicuous position. Those who directed the policy of the Journal pain. It increases the pain about ten times after about 15 minutes, and taught the great importance of a proper care of herself dur-

the esophagus between his fingers and could tell it

closed. At the end of this time he failed in his endeavor to insert to the appUcation of X-rays. He had seen a similar accident on more than Medical, sounds a timely note of warning against trusting to the " instinct" less than would be sufficient to purchase a good farm in

imposed by some old fogy, for whom the ch:n-ms of tennis, horseback proctinal temporary relaxations of the muscular and nervous system with the AVinslow found thickening of the periosteum and softening of the He believes that the tincture is the most eligible preparation of the plant, as the

to enable him to distinguish between a horse and a cow." By Samuel c. Buaey, M.D., Washington, D.<'. 1886. (Reprint.)

A striking illustration of the communication of the disease by

tions, pp. -'347. New York : William Wood & Co. is very distressing to witness the sufferings of an animal in this tests in use. The volume of this paper will not permit me to name made. In the first place, it is important to learn that in practically and that, when this instruction had been completed, they should study of children by appeal to many instincts ; we select one which

of poisoning occurred. Large doses of the sulphate of zinc were given, and the fradures, luxations, or other external injuries that