Goshen, Ind., March 7, 1896.
To the Editor:
—I am much obliged to you for the space you were kind enough to give my article on proto-nuclein and a case treated with that medicine alone. I am still prescribing proto-nuclein in my daily practice, with increased confidence. I am free to state I have had more satisfactory results from this medicine than from any one remedy I have ever prescribed, except, perhaps quinin in malaria. Having had quite a long experience in the practice of medicine, I trust I am not entirely deceived. Allow me briefly to note a case.Early in the morning of October 15, last, I was called to attend a Mrs. S., aged 30, residing in this city. I learned she was taken violently sick in the night, six hours before I saw her. Had chills, very high fever, temperature 104, pain and sore throat. On