Dr. John B. Deaver, who for several years has been a member of the surgical staff of the Philadelphia Hospital, has resigned.
Dr. S. Weir Mitchell will give two lectures to girls of the commercial and general courses of the high school, on "Conduct of Life."
Councils Committee has accepted the gift of a piece of property, from George Woodward, to be used for municipal hospital purposes.
A contingent bequest of several thousand dollars has been left the Presbyterian Hospital of this city, by Harriet Woodside, recently deceased.
Among other items of the city's expense for the current year is an allowance of $500,308 for 1899 and $586,168, for 1900, as necessary for the maintenance of the Philadelphia Hospital.
Through the contingent bequest of Mr. George W. Rexsamer, who died in this city recently, a sufficient sum of money has been left the Episcopal Hospital for the erection of a