Dr Salemi, of Nice, recommends strong carbolio acid for the cure of corns. After bathing the feet, melt tho carbolic crystals and apply a thick layer to the corn, taking care not to touch tho sound skin round it. After a few minutes apply a piece of blotting-paper or cotton wool to the acid to absord uuy excess. Repeated every three or four days, this is said to be a ecr : tain cure. A coroner has declared that 600 infanta are suffocated in bed yearly in London, mostly by drunken mothers,
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 7950, 4 July 1889
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