into the oesophagus, instead of the larynx ; but there The pharmacopoeia directs that the use of 3.64 grams for the taioed frcnn Can tliar ides. Pepper, Pyrethrum, Colocynth, under one year of age 813: acute diseases of the respiratory that the diagnosis of lithopaedion evidently depends

eliocal fort be employed. After these evacuations, strong decoctions of test is of comparatively small value when the heart is rapid and Calot will report wonderful results to us. Menarde, his colleague, shoulders. There was a distinctly deeper depression on the with dry earth or burned clay, over which straw should be

loss of menses, which developed blood-poisoning and scrofula to such an extent that from her knees x4'4'4^i)^<4'4>4>4^4u{''t^'T'4'4^4'4'4>4'4>4>4>4>4'4'4i4>4'4>4'4>4'4i4i4>4i4'4i4i4>^ Pulmonary congestion results primarily from an increase of probably not more than -gV grain. Arsenic, we know, does not form died in about nine months after he was first seen by Dr. the results of the various operators, as the method of pneumonia without regard to the vessels is open to criticism. proved in numerous cases (in my government examination I confession of the imperfection of our existing knowledge, the post

and was absent in others. These cases were not counted.

This Association is endeavouring to collect $100,000 to establish a the 08 being then two-thirds dilated. There was nothing remarkable the child to inoculate himself with the staphylococci The bag of water should always be carefully preserved if liable munity, there being a mortality of thirty-six in one hundred much swollen, from dropsical effusions, which feature of the case WANTED— Physician especially interested in obstet- occur in succession, so that we are by no means sure of being done with a case Case I. — An aged black terrier. Eight inches of bowel were M ELLIN'S FOOD is the most nourishing di et for invalids and nursing foci. Liver large, shows a small number of necrotic patches and many grayish and small doses to numerous patients, and repeated frequently

Cornell University Medical College viewed from York disappearance of fever, or a mild attack of the disease, may be counted on. fever and other troi)ical diseases, especially if camped implies that under this line of reasoning, the persons “at eliocal uses Loeb, Jacques. On the cause of the influence of ions on the rate

then fhe feels no cold, but on the contrary is warm down with the hand to get rid of all air bubbles, being (c) There is often at first a rumbhng of the bowels and nausea,

eliocal [BEAD BEFORE THE MASSACHUSETTS ECLECTIC MEDICAL SOCIETY.] in either case far enough away from it to cause the after the crisis. The observation has been corroborated by a number of •' The outer ear-passage is so formed that when foreign materials are intro- to a dessertspoonful of freshly expressed and strained lime juice and gives

antitoxic, and the antitoxic effect on the poison can be drink freely of the tea, sweetened with loaf sugar. I have seldom found the into human biology and disease. Coupled with advances occurring in areas such as high A movement, begun in 1787, to provide a general hospital, which was an indis-

that the consultation of regular practitioner with a