F The number four, it may be remembered, represents in that system all substances endowed with proper faculties, having an existence distinct from other beings, as God, man, a plant, or a mineral; hence it follows that the Asclepiadge, inheritors of the doctrines and symbolical language of the Egyptians, were naturally led to designate by the number four the morbid entity come to its complete development. If it were not.so we should get tlie same change in the one as in the other. It is interesting, therefore, to note the position of the various governments toward this American invention which promises to be as fruitful a source of law-making and trouble to Europe as Italy first taxed saccharine at the rate of four francs per hundred kilos, and then, as the danger increased, raised this sum to one thousand francs per hundred kilos. But even those cases which do not display any extraordinary rapiditv in the course of their malady often lose considerably while waiting for admission to a sanatorium, considering that they believe this the only place where a cure a consumptive may expect a cure is a sanatorium. But persistent gluttony, a daily overindulgence in the pleasures of the table, brings with it all the discomforts and pains of dyspepsia. Sandfort used a proprietary article to which the name" ambrine" was given. Fetid odor; contains numerous pus and epithelial cells, man various cocci and bacilli, a few diplococci, but no tubercle bacilli. AFTER BREATHING HAS BEEN RESTORED.
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