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May 10, 1890

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1890;XIV(19):689-690. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410190025007

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To Visit Mammoth Cave.  —The Louisville and Nashville Railroad have made such arrangements that those delegates who may desire to visit Mammoth Cave can stop over at Mammoth Cave Junction by notifying the conductor between Louisville and the Junction. The agents of the road at the Mammoth Cave Hotel must endorse their tickets, which will then be available on later trains from the Junction to Nashville. Those who desire to visit the Cave after the meeting of the Association will confer with Secretary Atkinson at Nashville.

The Preparation of Papers.  —It is a matter of utmost importance that by previous preparation the papers submitted at the annual meeting should in all respects be so complete as to need no revision after they are read and pass into the hands of the secretaries. It would in most instances be a special service to the publishers if the papers presented were

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