The consumption cure of which Dr. Heueage Gibbes, of this city, is the author, is attracting much attention thoroughout the country. The experi,ments sofarmadeiD Detroit have proved very successful. No applications of the remedy will be ruade in Ann Arbor until a room can be fitted up for the purpose. In order to apply the cure, it is necessary to have an air-tight place, where the atmosphere may be filled with chlorine gas and chloride of sodium, in the form of vapor. The remedy itself consist8 of iodine and chloride of gold and sodium. It has the effect of neutralizing the poison which causes consumption. One of its merits is that it involves no danger to life. a.