A remarkable case of skin grafting has come to light, which, bnt for the modesty of the physioian inteiested, might have been kuown before. Harry Sohmidt, of Niles, aged 12, was soalded so badly reoently that the skin was entirely removed for an área of abont a foot on his back. The boy was brought to tne hospital here for treatrnent and Dr. Darling aud a senior medio named Brooks, began the cure by rneans of skin grafting. Five or six hnndred grafts were set at eme operation. These grafts, as small as they oonld possibly beand be handled, were taken froiu the skin of a well person and transfered to the surface prepared for it. It took eight months to finish the work, but the boy Sohmidt was discharged cured, from the hospital.