At the instant of begiDnisg inspiration the pulse will be wanting at the wrist I have seen it again and again. The fits were very violent and coupon very frequent.

The editors of certain Western dailies have evidently sent word to their New Yoik and Philadelphia correspondents and other Western cities, marked newspapers containing lurid descriptions of"remarkable operations" for all kinds of ever)'-day surgical conditions.

At the end of the hall is the pathologist's private room, and above, two small rooms specially constructed for culture-rooms. There was considerable venous oozing at the inferior margin of the symphysis which was readily controlled by packing with iodoform gauze. Offered as a premium for procuring new subscribers to the"AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL Taken as a whole, it is the most compact vade raecum for the use of the advanced student and junior practitioner with which we are acquainted. The clot was promptly hardened under the influence of the injection; the pulsations ceased in the tumor, and in a few minutes also in the radial and ulnar arteries. The convexity can be increased at will and according to the necessity of the case by means of a set screw. His bowels were confined and urine scanty. This morbid habit has been sometimes cured by a powerful exertion of the will; but, more generally, by using one eye only at a time, and closing the other: the open eye being employed in examining an object for a considerable period with great attention and steadiness. No means were applied to restore him to consciousness. Because, therefore, of the danger which attaches to the transportation of persons and baggage, and articles of merchandise, or animals, from the infected districts, the following regulations are framed, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, and subject to the approval of the President, for the protection of the health of the people of the United States against the danger in Canada and trains of cars and other vehicles crossing the border-line, must be examined by a medical inspector reviews of the Marine-Hospital Service before they will be allowed to enter the United States, unless provision shall have been made by State or municipal quarantine laws and regulations for such examination. It made no difference whether his principles were good or bad; if the government, or ruling party pronounced his principles heretical, he was obliged to abide the consequences, unless he gave In modern times, heresies have become very unpopular, because our government does not uphold any set of doctrines, creeds, platforms, or articles of faith. It is frequently caused by eating cold fruit, unwholesome food, ice punch, soda wa ter and mineral drink, by bad or unwholesome air or water, extreme heat and cold. List under this genus.f To say nothing of Campiani, Taylor has plied. Passed Assistant Surgeon Fitts, of the navy, who reports this case, found, on investigation, that all the men were in the habit of drinking from the same water-faucet by applying their lips to the orifice, and thinks that the contagion was transferred in this way.

The question should be constantly before our minds, whether we shall deny, or allow to be denied, to our patients, the use or oxygen, in the fullest measure in which it can be found in the atmospheie? Whether, while searching our Materia Medica for the most appropriate remedies, according to our theories of disease and treatment, we w ill continue to overlook the most potent of all restoratives, that derived from nature's own laboratory. Professional permit the medical attendant to omit obtaining the history of the case, or omit the examination of the diseased part except with a glance.


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