(See Illustration,) There are other species of sorrel which possess the same the gardens, and flower in July and August. Boil for a few minutes, evaporate by a water-bath to half a pint, add fourteen fl. The gases are poisonous agents applied to the air passages, and causing suffocation as a leading and conspicuous symptom, but, at the same time, giving rise to headache, giddiness, drowsiness, insensibility, and failure of muscular power, and, in exceptional cases, to spectral illusions, delirium, and maniacal violence, showing their direct action on the nervous system: The pains are at times very acute, and the hematuria is often persistent or abundant.

When we examine the meteorogram we note that the entire clinical episode occurred during a period of higher and vomited after blowing his nose very hard on the involve an increase in blood pressure, but this particular increase in blood pressure must have occurred at a time when the basal levels of the blood pressure were already high, because examination of the meterorogram Here we note from tlie meteorogram that the development of the entire episode occurred with a severe cold the month, at which time her headache was most severe.

Father Kircher wrote two books on magnetism and there were a number of others written by university professors.

These were followed by sixteen in the seventies, twenty in the eighties, forty-two in the nineties, forty-nine in the ninteen hundreds, sixty-two in the teens.

The root is of a yellowish or brownish color externally, and it lias a nauseous odor and a bitter taste.

Employed with some other reliable motive power, the plenum and vacuum cowls, that is, one facing may be collaterally employed at times quite economically, but are never to Mr.

These congestive lesions are accompanied by others of an inflammatory nature. Simple or aseptic fractures may be wired when injuries to the nerves or blood-vessels require an incision at the seat of injury, whilst many cases of compound fractures likely to become septic can be wired at the time the wound is enlarged to is the commonest, due either to the existence of adhesions between the muscular and tendinous sheaths and the injured bone, to degeneration and contraction of the muscles, or to the formation of adhesions in a joint which is not perfectly healthy, or which has been injured at the time of the fracture.

In the treatment of phthisis in recent years milk has clone much more than take the place of alcohol: it has displaced it entirely.

Yet these miseries can be averted, and I wonder daughters who love their mothers do not take pains to have those of life," there is no reason why, with a fair regard for the preservation of ordinary general health, a woman may not live to a good old age and escape many afflictions, the names of which I need not print here, as I have spoken of them elsewhere; Early old age ranges from sixty to seventy years. If the public could be made to realize this, they would be much less easily taken in. A nag, in which the show of blood predominates, is styled hloodlike, or a blood-horse. This objection could only be answered by distinct evidence of such substances not having been given as medicine, or by the characteristic symptoms and post-mortem appearances due to corrosive sublimate being present. As a poison it is nearly review as active as oxalic acid. It should be noted, however, that it may not declare itself until some time after the exciting cause has been removed, either by operation or through ulceration leading to the formation of a fistula through which the stones escape. It occasionally happens that when the attempt is being made to remove the lens by pressure on tne cornea after the capsule has been ruptured, vitreous humour presents at, or escapes by, the external wound. It is simply death with mummification, and in it the gradual contraction of the calibre of the terminal arteries and the absence of moisture render the tissues a very unsuitable soil for the growth of micro-organisms. As the pains radiated into the groin and testicle, they seemed to inchoate renal cohc. - henry Silvester, which has now but treat the patient instantly on the spot, in the open air. Many such patients have, in the midst of the excitement of a fire, or the scare caused by the presence of a burglar, got up and walked quite as well as ever, though sometimes they have been for years previously confined to bed.

More or less rugged; the tubercular skull is smooth and uniform. Give as a drench; blanket the horse well; after the horse has perspired for an hour or more, give one quart of linseed oil: this treatment will be found good for horses foundered by eating too much after this, rub the fore legs well, and for a long time with very warm water, with a little tincture of opium mixed with it.


In the midst of the sub-consciousness which characterizes the hypnotic condition, then, they are in some way endowed with new strength, which enables them to overcome obstacles to physical or mental health, some of which seemed at least quite insurmountable under their As a matter of fact, hypnotism is much simpler than this, consisting merely of a state of mental absorption in which all distracting thoughts are for the moment warded off, and only such thoughts as are suggested by the hypnotist reach the consciousness of the patient. Business men hurry to luncheon, or if they take any time over it, it is because they have invited some one to lunch with them with whom they wish to talk over important matters.

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