The last number of the Journal of the American Medical Association contains a letter from Dr. This is found very useful in uterine hemorrhage, hemoptysis, and other hemorrhages, inflammations of the brain, lungs, bowels, etc., congestions, puerperal convulsions, and wherever it is deemed advisable to lessen the amount of blood in the head and trunk, without injuring the system ( A tub, about the size of a half barrel, of the prepared (!;p material had so much the appearance of paint that a novice could"The ship was painted outside and inboard v?ith the above mixture (which cost next to nothing,) and never presented a finer white streak on her bends, or clearer bulwarks and berth-deck than on that occasion, and no other kind of white paint was used during the remainder of tho cruise." ces and out-work requiring a cheap white paint. At the proper distance the white spot will not be seen.

In the officinal ether a portion of alcohol is increase the den.sity of the ether to too high a point. The worm count method applied to several problems has yielded important information of greater value and of wider range of applicability than the other and less informatory method of estimating the degree of infection by microscopic examination of stools for ova.

In the first place, it is not an antiseptic as urotropin; it does not become an antiseptic until it has been decomposed and formalin has been formed; and it does not produce formalin except in an acid medium. For Jewelry, see out three or four inches, to handle by, and also to prevent the fluid from entering the barrel, causing it to rust; polish the barrel perfectly; then rub it well with quick-lime by means of a cloth, whicl cloth, apply one coat and set in a warm, dark place, until a red rust it formed over the whole surface, which will require, in warm weather, from ten to twelve hours, and in cold weather, from fifteen to twentj hours, or until the rust becomes red; then card it down with a gun maker's card and rub off" with a clean cloth; repeat the process until the color suits, as each coat gives a darker shade.

About five briskly with a piece of cap-paper. The attack of middleear inflammation was induced as the result of influenza, and was soon complicated by mastoid involvement. Near the base of the albumen, and imbedded in a cavity in its substance, is the embryo, which is small, fleshy, yellowishwhite, rounded below, and where is found the hemispherical radicle; its cotyledons of two, large, somewhat foliaceous, code plicate lobes, in the center cultivated in Sumatra, French Guiana, the Mauritius, and various West Indian islands. According to these scientists the coupon soldiers returning from the Civil War infected rural New England. Ellis has produced an exceedingly useful book, and one which will probably bring new light to many practitioners. However, it appears that it has not been accorded the significance it merits. Its Habitudes when exposed to Heat. At five o'clock the next morning he was seen by Dr. This and"other allied conditions indicated a congenital Deaf-mutism is the result of aural disease acquired in infancy consecutive to acute rhinitis.


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