CAMPHOR-MENTHOL IN CATARRHAL DISEASES.Read at the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Misssisippi Valley Medical Association, held at St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 14-16, 1891

SETH S. BISHOP
1891 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
the standpoint of the sanitarian. There is an¬ other view almost as broad, and that is from the standpoint of the publicist. This involves the question of the physical effects of creating a new river 2co feet wide and 18 feet deep, the proba¬ ble lowering of the lake level; the economic re¬ sults of the vast waterway thus created, by pro¬ viding means for increase of traffic, and additions to the trade of the valley, and the political ef¬ fects of the closer commercial relations between the
more » ... ons between the people on the borders of the lake, river and gulf, but as my time has already expired, I will refer you to the excellent paper of Mr. McMath, C. E., of St. Louis, and the elaborate one of Mr. Coole y. DEFORESTATION. I cannot close without reference to a topic of the utmost demographic importance to this entire valley, and that is, the subject of deforestation.
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