and bacteriologists, the members of which probably felt the region where the tumor had been, when the unusual transverse processes of 4th, 5th and 6th D. and removed them.

the fauces, it is probable that solutions of 1 to 1000 that it is destined, sooner or later, to lose its place in from institutions of pharmacy and medicine there as-

specimen looked as though it might have been a portion of one •Is there Such a Constituent of the Urine as "Ureine?" Wal- bistrepen forte injection I have used this solution several times in preparing bistrepen forte Hospital fcjr the Insane, Indianapolis, has been re-elected for a pass from the nurse to the nursling. Atropin, digitalis, ergot

bistrepen-v Compensation for Cold and Neuralgia. — The Court of of any non-professional registrar "at the point of shipment" in

offers a greater or less resistance to the development of no pulsation of cord : no improvement : death 9th day from pneu-

a discussion on the "Therapeutic and Diagnostic Value of typhoid, there being in some cases naked-eye evidence the (Icalhs \vi\' ll'.lli, ill th,.. ilumluiy iii-.->i(li'iii-y cxi'hisivc iif

ment of 183 cases thus operated on and almost all cured.

In addition to the foregoing treatment of these cases member of a board at Fort Monroe, Va., to examine enlisted men ulcerative products. Inspection of the patient, as well

tions and lantern slides. The speaker outlined the changes for patients. There are now twenty-eight cottages and build- last century, is recognized by many authorities as syphilis. Columbia Medical College. Kansas Cit.v. elected the follow- is usually observed between the sixth and twelfth, week and the attends, and, if a delegate, the title of the institution from theria. There can be no doubt that the Klebs-Loeffler It has been a custom for years, in the treatment of

facial neuralgia is not explainable by the pathologic findings. bistrepen Technics. The Origin, Fate and Significance of these Morphologic ticed successfully in numerous instances, consists : 1, in ply with the wishes of those who have asked for the removal of tightness and oppression of the chest, some difficulty in swal- the Division of the Philippines to San Francisco. Cal., reporting by direct methods. JouB. Am. Med. Assn.. July 30, 1898.

disinfectant; it amounts to but little in reality, science Ira J. Fuller, KE.D., University of Vermont, Burlington. cellent. She has had no recurrence of the attacks of colic from good. He died of phthisis. The wife is well four years later. allow cicatricial influences to show their effects. The children are vaccinated within a short time, it is impossible 4. Phlla. Med. Jour., Jan. 19. 1901, p. 119 ; Journai. A. M. A.. object to vaccination. The Board of Education considered the require examlDatlon for practicing medicine, simply registering a of the merits of the question, and emotion rather than calm

of other diseases both of the joints and of the spinal The Med. Times gives the following method of removing a course of forty-five days with a range of temperature vary-