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8. Hope.
R. Acidi nitrosi....

......drams;
Tincture opii, ...................gtt. xl

Aquæ camphor...............ounces viij M. Sig.-One-fourth to be taken every three or four hours.

9. Sedgwick (Wm.) (in early stage).
Ř. Acidi phosphorici dil.... .....ounces j
Sig.-A hall-fluid drachm in water.
10. T. M. Lowndes.
R. Tincture opii, .....

...mx-XV
Chloroformi

..MXV-XX . Spirits vini,

.........

... drams; Aquæ destillat..

..ounces j
M. Sig.- Take at a dose,

11. Oates.
R. Chloroformi........

.....mvi
Aquæ destillat, ............... ouncesj
M. Fl. haustus.

Sig.-To be given after five grains of calomel and two grains of opium, and to be repeated if necessary.

12. Nakamura (initial stage). · R. Morphiæ sulphat ..............grains ij

Spirits camphoræ..............ounces j M. Sig.-Fifteen minims every three or four hours by mouth, or hypodermically, in severe cases.

8. Iron sulphate.... ............500 parts Plaster of paris.......

......475 parts Crude carbolic acid........... 25 parts Mix. 9. Crude carbolic acid. .............2 parts

Slaked lime....................3 parts

Turf mold........ Mix. This is the so-called Dietrich disinfecting powder.

EUCALYPTUS HAIR TONIC.
R. Fluid extract of eucalyptus. ..., drams iv

Bay rum..................... ounces xiv
Glycerine....... .......ounces ij
Eucalyptol (Sanders).......... drams ij

Oil rose geranium..............dram i M. Sig.-Apply to scalp, for baldness, falling hair, &c.

BRONCHIAL ASTHMA.
R. Fhuid extract grindelia robusta..drams vj

Tincture belladonna............ drams ij
Tincture lobelia .............. ounces se
Syrup acid hydriodic (Hostelley's)

q.s. ad.....................ounces M. Sig.-Teaspoonful three times daily or more frequently to control paroxysm.

This is said to be a most excellent formula.

Disinfectant Mixtures.

(From the American Druggist.) The Sud Deutsche Apotheker Zeitung, gives the following: 1. Crude carbolic acid.... ..... • 50 parts

Iron sulphate................ 25 parts
Slaked lime.............. .150 parts
Calcium sulphate ........

.750 parts English red sufficient to color. Powder and mix. 2. Oil of tar....... ......50 parts Chalk ......

..70 parts Dried bran...............

..80 parts
Mix.
3. Calcium sulphate........ ..15 parts

Quicklime in powder... .. 10 parts
Magnesia..........

.. 10 parts
Crude carbolic acid.... ..15 parts

Infusorial earth....... ....... 7 parts Mix. 4. Quicklime.........

..70 parts Charcoal..........

..10 parts Crude carbolic acid...

. 6 parts Zinc chloride......

, 10 parts Hypochlorated zinc oxide .... . 5 parts Infusorial earth .......

.: 5 parts
Powder and mix.
5. Slaked lime ....... .........100 parts

Coal tar...................... 25 parts
Infusorial earth sufficient to make a dry powder.
Mix.
6. Sulphate of iron...

...68 parts
Plaster of paris...

.6 parts Calcium sulphate......

5 parts Infusorial earth.....

: 5 parts Powder and mix. 7. Iron sulphate.................3 parts Slaked lime....

...3 parts Turf mold............ Mix. This is especially recommended for privy

::::::::.............4 parts vaults,

INTERMITTENT FEVER.
R Quinine sulph. ............grains xxiij

Mucil acaciæ..................drams ij
Syr. eriodyctii aromat.

(Parke, Davis & Co.), vel
Mist. Glycyrrhizæ Co., vel

Veloutine.............q. s. ad ounces ij M. Fiat emulsio. Sig. -A teasp. contains grains ij of quin, sulph. Suspension of the quinine without dissolving it makes the bitter taste less perceptible (Squire), and the syrup of yerba santa covers the taste well-Potter. R Ac, carbolici.... ........dramj

Tinct, iodi, comp..............drams iij M. Sig.-Four drops every four hours in sufficient water.---Bartholow. R. Massæ Ferri carb..............,dram į

Ac, arseniosi ..................grain j M. Ft. pil. no. xx. Sig.-One thrice daily in chronic ague.- 1b. R Quinine sulph ................grains xl

Ferri sulph. exsic............. grains xx

Ac, arseniosi ... .......... grain
M. Ft. pil. no. xx. Sig.-One thrice daily. -10.
R Quinine sulphat ............grains lxxx

Ac. sulph diluti ..................4...
Spt. etheris nitrosi ............ drams iv
Syr. tolu.

Aquæ...........aa 9.5....ad ounces ij
M. Sig.-A teasp. contains grains v of quin, sulph.-
Da Costa.
R Quinine sulphat .........dram j

Ac. hydrobrom, dil............ drams ij

Aquæ ......................drams xiv M. Sig. -A teasp. contains grains iij% of quin sulph. The acid directed prevents the unpleasant cerebral action.-Bartholow. R Quinine sulph ............ drains ss

Pulv, acaciæ .............. drams se

Syr, zingiberis .............. drams ir M. Sig.--A teasp. contains one grain of quin. sulpk.

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A good formula for children, the quinine being sus portive and other necessary measures, are pended, not dissolved.

supplemented by:R Quinine sulph..............grains xxx

R. Ammonii nitratis............... drams ij Capsici...................... grains xv

Liq, potassii arsenitis. .....fluid drams; Opii pulveris ................grains iij

Aquæ distillat...........fluid ounces iij M. Ft. pil. no. xxx. Sig.-One to five pills as re- M. Sig.-Teaspoonful every three hours. quired.-Piffard.

No case will continue longer than sixteen

. days under this management. Try it. FORMULAS FOR CHRONIC MALARIA.

Kan. City Med. Index. R Cinchonidine salicylat ........ drams ij Ac, arseniosi ....... .........grain ;

STRONTIUM LACTATE IN TÆNIA. Ferri sulph exsiccat..........grains xx

Laborde (Journal de Med. de Paris) has had M.ft: cachets no. xx. Sig.-One wafer thrice daily.

excellent results in tænia with the usual dietary R Quininæ sulph................grains xl

care from the following:Ferri sulph, exsic............ grains xx Ac, arseniosi.......

R. Strontii lact. (Parat.Javal).... ...drams j .........grains ; M. ft. pil. no.xx. Sig.- One pill thrice daily.

Aquæ......................drams viij

Glycerini......q.s............ R Cornus.......

M. Sig.-Two teaspoonfuls every morning for five Calumbæ......

days. Liriodendri

This is practically the same strength as the Pruni Virgin.............. aa Ounces vj.

standard solutions of Eupatorii ....................... Capsici ........aa............ounces iv

Stront: Lact : (Paraf-Javal) Pulv. et. misce. Sig.-A teasp. in cold or warm used so largely in Albuminuria. — Medical water, three or four times daily. A good tonic tinc. Standard. ture may be made from the above combination. R Tinct, iodi .................. drams ij

TONIC PREPARATIONS.
Ac. carbolici................dranj
M. Sig.-Two to three drops three or four times a Regis recommends the following: -
day in water.

R. Vin, kola...........................
R Ac, arseniosi

Vin, cinchonæ...........
....grain j

Vin. gantian..........
Mas, ferri carb ...............dram j
M. ft. pil no. xx. Sig.-One pill thrice daily

Vin, colombo .......aa.. .. ounces j
Liq. kali arsenit..... ......gtt xx .
Tinct, nucis vomic....

....gtt x
DIABETES.

M. Sig.-A liqueur glassful twice daily before The following mixture is praised by meals. Vigier :

For a tonic pill he orders the following :B Lithii carbonat ............... 30 grains

R. Ext. cinchonæ....... Sodii arseniat..................I grain

Ext. kola ........aa........grains lxxv Ext. gentianæ................15 grains

Ext. rhei.................grains xxxvij M. et div, in caps. no. xx.

Ext. nucis vom............... grains vij Sig.-Take one capsule morning and evening.

Ferri arseniat................ grains iij -Med. and Surg. Reporter.

Pulv. kola........

M. ft. pil. No. 100. Sig.-Two pills at each meal. MENORRHAGIA.

-Med. Review. E. E. Philips (Med. Summary).

TONIC MIXTURE.
B. Tinct. canabis indica...........gtt. xxx
Mucilage........

The following is a liquid tonic used by
Spirits of chloroform....aa......drams i Fonssagrives:-
Aquæ......ad................ounces ij

R. Ext. cinchone........ ......drams ss M. Sig.-Take a tablespoonful every three hours.

Tinct, nucis vomic................ gtt x A few doses are sufficient.

Vini bordoniensis..............ounces v

Syr. cort, aurant. amar......... ounces j FOR WHOOPING COUGH, Henoch, the cele.

M. The dose is presumably a tablespoonful before

each meal. brated specialist on diseases of children at

--Med. Review. Berlin, advises :R. Chloral hydrat..........

TOOTHACHE.
Potassii bromidi......aa....... drams ij
Aquæ pur.......................

The following is recommended :-
Syrupi altheæ.....aa......fluid ounces i

R. Creasot................... ......... M. Sig. - Teaspoonful three or four times daily.

Tinct, menth. pip. ether................ -Kan. City Med. Index.

Ol. camphor.......aa........... gtt. ij
Ol, caryophyll....................gtt. v
Cocain........ ••••••••••

..........grains ij 4 DR. T. M. Wilson, of Thornton, Texas, Chloroform.........q. s. ........ reports admirable results in the treatment of M. Fiat pasta. Sig.–Place in cavity. typhoid fever by nitrate of ammonium. Sup.

-Nouveaux Remedes.

S.........

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This is one of the books you must add to your library this year. THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF BANDAGING. By G.

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King's EcLECTIC OBSTETRICS. Revised, re-writtet

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Ohio Valley Co., 143 Race St., Cincinnati. This is a very good average work on the general subject of obstetrics, prepared, we presume, to afford students in Eclectic Medical Colleges a text book for college study. The only marked difference we notice in the book from others is to be found in the drugs ri commended in those few conditions requiring medica tion. We wish to say, however, in justice to the author, that a closer attention to minute details and minor symptoms is shown than in most text books on the subject. For example, it is the only work in cur possession that takes any cognisance of the pain in the right side caused by pressure of the uterine fundus upon the liver in the fifth to the eighth month of prega nancy. A practitioner cannot too closely study the practical part of obstetrics, and so, every obstetricist should have this book.

A New ProNOUNCING DICTIONARY OF MEDICINE. By

By John M. Keating, M. D., and Henry Hamilton. 818 pages. Cloth, $5, Sheep, $6, net. W. B.

Saunders, Publisher, 913 Walnut St., Phila. We have examined this dictionary with great care and are pleased with it. It gives the new terms that have grown out of the science of bacteriology, a development of recent years. The pronunciation of terms is clearly indicated, a feature not very prominent in most medical dictionaries.

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The enterprising house of Chas. Lentz & Son, 18 N. Eleventh St., Philadelphia, have just issued a new Illustrated Catalogue of Microscopes and Accessories. It will be sent free to any physician upon application and mention of this notice.

We quote the following from The Times and Register of Philadelphia, of Philadelphia, July 22, 1892:

“ Dr. W. C. Abbott's dosimetric granules have been used by several members of our staff. The granules have proved reliable in every respect ; uniform, well made, and of full strength. The system is popular with patients." —Waugh.

SEE Dr. Abbott's adv., page iv, and write to him for his complete list with prices,

CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM :-
R Tinct, capsici...... ...... 2 drams

Tinct, nucis vom...............2 drams
Celerina [R10]..............1/2 ounces

Syr. bromide comp. [Peacock]..2 ounces
M. Sig.-Teaspoonful in water, four times daily.'
Very valuable for old, worn out drunkards.

At a meeting of the Spanish Medico-Chirurgical Academy, Azna (Revista de Med. y Cir. Pract., March 7th, 1892) gave an account of his experience of Dermatol in surgical practice. Even when employed in large quantity he said it does no harm ; applied to bloody Surfaces it dries them in a wonderful manner; it stimulates granulations, and is particularly useful in skin affections, such as eczema, which are characterized by much discharge, and if dermatol is applied to wounds which have already begun to granulate, it greatly stimulates the process, and similarly in the case of soft chancre after the ulcers have been cleansed with antiseptic lotions, dermatol hastens repair, and brings about rapid and thorough healing.

In diseases of the skin Azna thinks that dermatol, with its drying and astringent properties, its absolute harmlessness, nnd the ease with which it can be used, may advantageously replace starch powder, oxide of zinc, etc.

It is also useful in affections of the Female Genitals.

One of the extremely valuable new specialties recently perfected for physicians' use is Sargent's Antiseptic Thymoline Soap. For washing infected sores, the antiseptic bath of scarletina patients, scabies patients, for surgical cleanliness of hands and sites of operations it is perfect. It is also entirely pleasant to the sense, its agreeable odor proving especially grateful to patients used to ill smelling disinfectants. If you mention this journal you can have a sample free by writing to Hall & Ruckel, Chemists and Druggists, 216 to 220 Greenwich St., New York, N. Y.

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TRI STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY of Ala., Ga. and Tenn. Ve are in receipt of an abstract of the proceedings of he Tri-State Medical Society, which contains an bstract of all the papers read at last meeting and the iscussion thereon. The advantage of an abstract of his kind is that it is not necessary to read through all he papers to get the leading ideas advanced by the uthors. It gives us pleasure to note the rapid proress made by this young and vigorous society. It is rielding a powerful influence for the good of ethical nedicine in our south land. Its members number iany noted men of all sections.

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THE Compound Thymoline Tablets, made by the Philadelphia Dosimetric Co., N. W. Cor. 20th & Market Sts., Phila., Pa., are a perfect success. Testimony of the best physicians is coming in stating their exceptional value as an intestinal antiseptic in typhoid fever, cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea and dysentery: Wherever a pure antiseptic is wanted, either externally or internally, they are reliable and

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