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Young Doctor-Did you ever make a mistake in diagnosis?

Old Doctor. Yes. A shabby fellow came into my office one day and after I told him he had only a stomach-ache and charged him two dollars, I found out he was rich enough to have had appendictis.-Cour. ier-Record of Medicine.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES.

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Septico-Pyemia-By G. A. Mellies, M. D., St. Louis........
Pneumonia-By T. W. Conzelman, M. D., St. Louis, Mo
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