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October 26, 1889

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JAMA. 1889;XIII(17):601-602. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401130023005

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Abstract

The Tri-State Medical Society.  —The meeting for the organization of this Society, was held at Chattanooga, Tenn., on the 15th inst., and was in session for two days. A special correspondent says that in every particular it was a complete success, and promises to embrace the best working body of medical men in the South. The membership numbers over eighty. The papers were abundant and of good quality, and the discussions far above the average in ability and interest. All in all, the outlook for the new Society is most promising. We shall have occasion to refer to its proceedings in a later issue.

Wabash Surgical Association.  —The annual meeting of this Association will be held at Toledo, O., on the first Tuesday in November.

Management of Garbage in Large Cities.  —Dr. Oscar C. De Wolf, ex-Health officer of Chicago, contributes an excellent article on this subject in the Sanitary

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