Two deaths from hydrophobia were reported in Chicago last week.
Plans have been formulated to establish a Jewish hospital in Omaha, Neb.
The Holy Trinity hospital, Manitowoc, Wis., was dedicated September 28.
The corner-stone of the county insane asylum, Julietta, Ind., was laid October 9.
Dr. Edward E. Mackenzie, Baltimore, will leave that city to locate in California.
Prof. William L. Rodman, Philadelphia, has been elected an honorary member of the Lehigh Valley (Pa.) Medical Association.
Dr. John Madison Taylor has returned to Philadelphia from his summer home at Bar Harbor.
Dr. A. Beverly Campbell, St. Joseph, Mo., president of Central Medical College, has returned from Europe.
Dr. O. D. Hamlin, Oakland, has been elected physician to the Deaf and Dumb and Blind Institute at Berkeley, Cal.
A seaman just from Santiago died of yellow fever in Baltimore, October 8. A post-mortem was made by the city physicians.