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The following extracts from his home papers we place before our readers as a just and most worthy tribute:

“ When the war began he promptly answered the call, and went as a private soldier with Company B, Third Tennessee Regiment. Later he was transferred to the hospital corps, and was assigned to Ashby's Second Tennessee Cavalry as surgeon.

Dr. Mackenzie has been a valuable and useful citizen, bav. ing served as mayor of Weatherford 1886 to 1888. His admin. istration was characterized with a spirit of enterprise and liberality. Courageous in his advocacy of what he conceived to be right and for the best interest of the people, yet kind to a fault. He was ever ready with his means and energy to promote enterprises of public good."- Weatherford Herald.

“Our deceased friend's life was full of acts of kindness, mercy and charity. In his ministrations as physician he was as brave as a warrior, and went through scenes of danger and death where others feared to go. Where duty called he obeyed. No human being was so poor, so downcast, so abject that he did not receive attention, if requested, without fee or reward. alike the friend of the rich and the poor, and it was a beautitul though sad scene to see so many, in all the walks of life, gather bout his last resting place to pay farewell honors to his memory.-Weatherford Republic."

The business houses of Weatherford were closed at the time of his funeral out of respect to his memory. Heroically he had obeyed the advice of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, and, having been a good soldier, had lived out the remainder of his days as a good citizen.

He was

OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL
OFFICERS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY

OF THE CONFEDERACY.
Presidenr-W. J. W. Kerr, M.D., Corsicana, Tex.
First Vice-President-D. H. Key, M.D., Monroe, La.

Second Vice-President-J. C. Abernathy, M.D., Birmingham, Ala.

Third Vice-President--J. F. Tipton, M.D., Roanoke, Va. Fourth Vice-President-Joel C. Hall, M.D., Auguila, Miss. Chaplain-Rev. B. M. Palmer, New Orleans, La.

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DEFINED ANTISEPTIC POWER, AND THE READINESS
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Presqriptions and formulary.

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GASTRIC FERMENTATION.-H. L. Esper, of Syracuse, N. Y.,
in International Medical Magazine, recommends tbe following,
stating his preference for the bismuth salts in combination with
benzonaphthol:

RE Bismutbi subnit......
Bismuthi salicylat

aa gr. 5.
Pulv. ipecac ...

....gr. 1. Benzonaphthol...........

M, Ft. chart. No. 1. Sig. One such powder after
meals.

With the above he gives small doses of belladonna and
strychnia, or nux vomica:
R Tinct. belladonne....

.......m 75.
Tinct. capsici.....
Tinct. gent. comp

...f. 31.
Aq. pure

..q. 8. ad f. 32.
M. Sig. One teaspoonful before each meal.
As to diet, he recommends the withdrawal of starches, sweets
and cereals. Equal parts of milk with lime water in small
quantities given at intervals of two hours, if stomach is irritable.

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Later a mixed diet, including beef once daily, also eggs, milk, coffee and fruit for breakfast. Where fermentation is excessive, belching of gas annoying, constipation depressing, with pressure symptoms, be advises the following:

R Strychnine sulph...

Ext. belladonnæ fl...
Aq. laurocerosi...

.3 11.
Tinct. gelsemii.....

....dr. 3 Aq. puræ ..

.........

........ 8. ad 3 4. M. Sig. One teaspoonful before each meal. -Journal American Medical Association.

m 10.

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NASAL CATARRH.-
В Ext. suprarenalæ........

Atropinæ sulph.....
Camphoræ
Sacchari lactis......
Alcohol .......

aa q. 8. M. Ft. tabellæ No. 50. Sig. One tablet every hour. Indications.-Use during very acute stage to check secretion and reduce congestion of nasal mucous membrane. R Glyceriti hydrastis.......

..i. Z iv. Sig. Use in atomizer after alkaline wash. Indications.-Used as astringent and antiseptic application in acute and subacute cases.

R

Thymoli ...
Camphoræ....

aa gr. 2.
Albolinæ A ...........

........

....q8. ad Al. 3 j. M. Sig. Use as spray in atomizer after employing alkaline wash.

Indications.-Used to relieve congestion and swelling of nasal mucous membrane in acute or subacute cases.-E..

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R Sodii iodidi.....

Aq. dest

......3 ij.

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