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September 14, 1889


JAMA. 1889;XIII(11):383-385. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401080023005

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Typhoid Fever in Indiana.  —Typhoid fever prevails at Dundee and Connorsville. It is of a malignant type and is spreading rapidly.

A Peculiar Cattle Disease.  —Cattle are dying in the vicinity of Dallas City, Hancock county, Ill., of a strange disease. They become stiff in the hindquarters and suddenly drop to the ground, dying in great agony.The American Association for the Advancement of Science, which concluded its sessions in Toronto last week, decided to hold its next meeting at Indianapolis in August, 1890.

Woman's Medical College of Chicago.  —The Woman's Medical College celebrated the opening of its twentieth year of instruction on the 3d inst. at the College building on South Lincoln street. Dr. William H. Byford, President, and Professor Mary Mixer made brief addresses. Already over one hundred students have been enrolled for the present year, a very large increase over the former attendance.The American Society

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