New Medical Journal.
—The Kansas Medical Journal, a monthly periodical of thirty-two pages, has made its appearance on our table. It makes a good appearance both in its typographical execution and in the character of its contents. It is published at Topeka, Kansas, and edited by a committee consisting of Dr. W. L. Schenck, Osage City, and Drs. G. E. Minney and S. G. Stewart of Topeka, Kansas.Dr. Harvey Lindsley, of Washington, D. C., died April, 28, 1889, at the advanced age of 85 years. He was one of the founders of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia; a Professor in the National Medical College several years; and was elected President of the American Medical Association at its first annual meeting, in Washington, in 1858.
Proposed Changes in the Constitution of the Illinois State Medical Society.
— We have just received a copy of The Peoria