-There is no triuh more hrmiy established amoDg medical men, than that diseasea foüow fashion as rouch as bonnets do. When tbin slippers prevai!, consumption is tbo prevailing epidemie with fernales in every fashionable cornmunity of the country. When low necked frocks are in the ascendant, Hore throat and quinzy are the raging maladies. When "bustles" and "bishops" mado their appearance, spinal aftections became "the on.'' The reign of corsets is denoted by coüapsed lnngs, dyspepsia, and genera! derangement of the digestive organs. Indeed, so intimately connected, are cïress and disease, that a doctor says that all he needs to determine what a majority of the women are dying of, is t ■ have an iventory of their vvardrobe handel him.