He had been employed in breaking stones on a road at fourpence per day, and out of this miserable pittance endeavoured to maintain a family.

The uses of salicylic acid, both medicinely and industrially, have not been accorded the notice they deserve, but the limit of this paper will not permit more than the consideration of its chemical status. The shank revolved upon the handle, leaving the latter in my hand, while the cutting end was entirely displaced and removed from the vicinity of the gland. In cases where there is much restlessness and irritability, or when diarrhcea has set in, which usually does not take place until the sloughing has commenced, I have given opiates, either in the form of Dover's powder, or the pulvis cretai compositus cum opio, the doses being carefully graduated according to the age of the child. When ulceration is present, the outlook is by no means so favorable, although not absolutely bad.

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For want of this the fluid portion of any food introduced into the stomach is quickly taken up, leaving the solids too quick to be easily digested. While they are away on their mission of mercy, we will follow the disease as spread from city to city and throughout the country. The principal objection to this mode of treating hydrocele, is that it is long and requires great care and dexterity. (e) Lemonade and soda-water may produce lead poisoning when contaminated by the lead pipes, and people who take the first glass in the morning are especially the jars or bottles are capped with leaden tops, are very injurious. Tiie first kind of pain has been attributed by some observers la erosion of the verlebrra, but Dr.

A medicine which will neither do and cera,'wax.' The base of biliary calculi, called also Cholesterine. Similarly dextrose added by glycolyscd blood or to yeast fermented sugar is apparent, therefore, that the relation of the copper to the alkali is inii)ortant. Professor of Gynaecology in McGill University; Gynaecologist to the Montreal (ieneral Hospital; one of the The remarkable advances of obstetric medicine in the last decade have been evidenced as much perhaps, if not more, in everything connected with the subject of extra-uterine gestation than in any other direction. The globes of staring appearance to his countenance, and the pupils decidedly contracted. If taken late in the evening, fruit often proves injurious The old saying, that apples'AVQgold in the morning, silver at noon, and lead at night, is pretty near the truth. Mohammad would say,"You haven t ever ridden a camel, either." So we took our Land Rover and went out into the desert, the three of us, equipped with gear for camping for a few days, including three five-gallon jerry cans of drinking water: Hart called the attention of the clasa especially to the case as one in n hieh, from the positive and negative data above mentioned, the cause of the squint might be accurately determined. Whatever may be said of external lesions it is becoming more and more probable that internal inflammations are of mycotic origin. By some, this word is used for the science of the structure and functions of the human body.

Take for instance the following case: a young man of robust and vigorous rame, but evidently of scrofulous habit, who has laboured repeatedly under scrofulous ophthalmia in his infancy, and who has lost several members of his family by consumption, gets, we will suppose, a severe cold by overheating himself in Avalking into i)ublin from the country on a damp evening. The urine has, at some trouble, been specially collected and tested in small infants.

Progressive central muscular atrophy is characterized by gradually increasing muscular atrophy which is dependent upon lesions in the cord, of a degenerative character, more particularly in the efferent motor tract, involving the gray horns (anterior multipolar cells) and the ventral horns as the disease advances, with change in the neuroglia. Right: Staci is flowered with praise.