Ihe veterinanan of the Louisiana experiment station in a report recommends for the horse bot attending to the general health and condition of the animal by thorotigh grooming and cleanliness. and improving his appetite and digestión by the use of some mineral or vegetable tonic, such as gentian, ginger, cinchona bark orj3ome of the salte of iron. Under the Tiead of thescrewwönn fly an interesting case is given, in which the screwworm rendered valuable agsjstance in removing a morbid growth in"a hoof crack of a mulé brought tó the infii-mary of the station for treatment. The worm, rgjnoved the growth completely, and the veterinariau then removed the worms. Nothing is recommended for the ox warble except the application of tobáceo juice and a 2 per cent. solütion of carbolic acid to prevent the deposition of the eggs.