The white of an egg has proved of late the moat efiBcacious reuiedy tor burns. Seven or eight auccessful applications of this substauce soothes puin and tftVctually excludea the burDed parta trom thn air. This simple remedy seeins preferable to collodion or even cottdn. Estraordinary atories are told of the healing properties of a new oil which ia easily made from the yolks of heus' eggs. The eggs are first boiled hard, aud the yolka are then removed, crushed and placed over a lire, where they are carefully stirred untü the whole substance is just on the poiut of catching tire, when the oil Reparates and may be poured off. One yolk will yield nearly two teaBpoonfuls of oil. It is in general uae among the colonista of South Kussia as a means of curing cuta, bruises, and ecratches.