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Depending upon the time elapsing before autopsy, greater or less numbers of bacilli could be detected in the blood and organs of the guinea-pigs and pigeons. In addition to this local treatment I give small doses of calomel every hour or half hour until the bowels are freely moved, and if the effect of the calomel in this respect is slight I prescribe a saline The result of this plan of treatment, if only one sees the case in its incipiency, is usually extremely satisfactory.