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“All right,” said Hans. “I just want him for a little while, so I can show him to some smart people I know around here."
So everything was settled, the money paid, etc., and as the ventriloquist went out he turned and waved his hand to the dog and said:
"Well, good-bye, Jack. I'll come back soon."
“You mean son-of-a-gun, to sell me for $50 after all I've done for you! So help me, Moses, I'll never speak another word as long as I live !"
And he didn't.—“Philadelphia Times."
Hyperchlorhydria, A Symposium.-- The June issue of the “International Medical Magazine," E. B. Treat & Co., 241-243 W. 23d St., New York, will be devoted to a symposium on this most important gastric subject, than which none more important has ever been published in any American journal. More than half a dozen of the leading European specialists will contribute, among whom are: Prof. C. A. Ewald, Berlin; Prof. George Hayem, of Paris; Prof. Carl von Noorden, of Frankford; Dr. L. Kuttner, of Berlin ; Prof. Rosenheim, of Berlin.
The selection of contributors from this side of the Atlantic has been equally happy, and the following will take part: Prof. John C. Hemmeter, of Philadelphia, on "An Experimental and Clinical Study of the Etiology of Hyperchlorhydria.” Dr. Allen A. Jones, of Buffalo, on “The Effervescence Test for Gastric Acidity.” Dr. Boardman Reed, of Philadelphia, on “A Further Development of the Benedict Effervescent Test of Gastric Acidity." Dr. John A. Lichty, of Pittsburg, on “The Relation Between Hyperchlorhydria and Neurasthenia.” Prof. Fenton B. Turck, of Chicago, on "The Treatment of Hyperchlorhyoria." Dr. A. Robin, of Newark, Del., on “The Etiology of Hyperchlorhydria." Dr. Max Einhorn, and others.
THE ABBEY Press, of 114 Fifth avenue, New York, has just published a book by Miss Sarah Willard Howe, entitled “Oberammergau in 1900,” which is the result of her trip abroad in that year. It is fully illustrated by pictures representing those who actually took part in the Passion Play performed that year.-Will also shortly issue a collection of religious and philosophical poems entitled "Wreaths of Song,” by the Rev. T. J. O'Mahony, D.D., All Hallows College, Dublin, Ireland.
BULLETINS, REPORTS, REPRINTS, ETC., RECEIVED. Accumulation of Gas in Acute Suppuration of the Middle Ear. H. A. Alderton, M.D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Adenoids, a Case of with Malaria. Walter G. Chappel, M.D., New York.
Traumatism During Adenoid Operations. Ibid.
Aneurysm of the Heart with Thrombosis of the Left Coronary Artery. Judson Daland, M.D., Philadelphia.
Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium, Eighteenth Annual Report. Edward L. Trudeau, M.D., Physician in Charge, Saranac Lake, N. Y.
Collective Investigation Concerning the Value of Silver-nitrate Injections in the Treatment of Pulmonary Consumption. Thomas J. Mays, M.D., Philadelphia.
Commerce of Latin America. Philadelphia Commercial Museum, Philadelphia.
Diphtheria, Treatment of. J. W. Pearce, La Grange, N. C.
Does the Practice of Medicine Pay? Geo. R. Patton, M.D., Lake City, Minn.
Factors in the Ordinary Treatment of Eye Diseases. James Cole Hancock, M.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Headaches Due to Eye Strain. Ibid. Trachoma. Ibid.
Facts, Fancies and Fallacies in the Treatment of Consumption. M. J. Brooks, M.D., New Canaan, Conn.
Gastrojejunostomy with the McGraw Elastic Ligature for the Relief of Gastroptosis. H. O. Walker, M.D., Detroit, Mich. Gonorrhea. F. J. B. Cordeiro, M.D., U. S. Navy.
Hysterectomy in Puerperal Septic Infection. Chas. Jewett, M.D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hyoscine in the Treatment of Morphinists. George E. Pettey, M.D., Memphis, Tenn.
Inaugural Address, Medico-Legal Society. Clark Bell, Esq., New York.
Giant Magnet, The, in Ophthalmic Surgery. Leartus Connor, Detroit, Mich.
Influence of the Cervical Sympathetic Upon the Eye, with Two Cases of Paralysis. William Cheatham, M.D., Louisville, Ky.
Keys to Success, The. Lecture by Edward Bok, from “Modern Eloquence." John D. Morris & Co., Philadelphia.
Metastatic Carcinoma of the Chorioid. E. L. Oatman, M.D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Plastic Artificial Vitreous in Mules' Operation. Ibid.
Pelvic Deformity in New York City. James Clifton Edgar, M.D., New York.
Periduodenal Abscess Secondary to Ulcer of the Duodenum. William Seaman Bainbridge, M.D., New York.
Some Problems of Preventive Medicine. Burnside Foster, M.D., St. Paul, Minn.
Prognosis and Treatment of Suppurative Pleurisy. E. Fletcher Ingals, M.D., Chicago, Ill.
Quarantine Laws and Regulations of the United States. Revised edition.
Public Health and U. S. Marine Hospital Service. Washington, D. C.
The Early History of Quarantine. Ibid.
Origin of Sanitary Measures Directed Against Yellow Fever, by P. A. Surg. J. M. Eager. Ibid.
Renal Decapsulation for Chronic Bright's Disease. George M. Edebohls, M.D., New York.
Regulations for the Sale of Viruses, Serums, Toxins, and Analogous Products in the District of Columbia, etc. U. S. Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, Washington, D. C.
Sanatorium Treatment of Consumption. S. G. Bonney, M.D., Denver, Col.
Sanitary Measures for the Prevention of Tuberculosis in New York City. H. M. Biggs, M.D., New York.
Tuberculosis, The Conflict with. John H. Lowman, M.D., Cleveland, Ohio.
Tuberculosis, 30 Pictures: Communicable, Preventable, Curable. Addison W. Baird, M.D., New York.
Tumors, Benign, of the Naso-Pharynx. Francis J. Quinlan, M.D., New York.
Vaccine Virus, The Bacteriological Impurities of: An Experimental Study. M. J. Rosenau, Director of Hygienic Laboratory, U. S. Public Health and Marine Hospital Service, Washington, D. C.
Vessels as Carriers of Mosquitoes, by P. A. Surg. L. P. Grubbs. Ibid.
A SYNOPSIS OF SANITARY SCIENCE AS REPRESENTED IN THE SANI.
By The EDITOR.
Sanitary Forest Culture, xiii, 64.
Wey, v, 408; Bell, xi, 145; of Newport, E. W. Bowditch,
House, xv, 533; of Passenger Coaches, R. H. Reed, xix, 218. Sanitary Inspectors, Edwin Chadwick, xxi, 206; Women, xliii,
Sanitary Inspectress and Her Maid, xliv, 34.
Allen, x, 405.
Its Application, Edwin Chadwick, xxiii, 289; The Danger of,
Field, iii, 255; vii, 87; in New Jersey, xi, 244; Progress of,
• Continued from previous number.
Sanitary Lessons of the War, Sternberg, xliii, 3.
Ship, T. J. Turner, xi, 369.
Gihon, xxxii, 21. Sanitary Motes and Beams, A. L. Gihon, xxxi, 385. Sanitary Nomenclature, Ezra Hunt, xvi, 145. Sanitary Notes, ii, 260. Sanitary Park, a State, in Minnesota, xlii, 160. Sanitary Patents, ix, 590; x, 382; xxxiii, 572; xxxiv, 96, 192,
382, 527; XXXV, 96, 191, 372; xxxvi, 78, 288, 383, 565; xlvii,
557 ; xlviii, 272, 413, 551. Sanitary Periodicals, Some New, xx, 172. Sanitary Plumbing and House Drainage, Allison, xvi, 422. Sanitary Poetry, ii, 466. Sanitary Progress, Edwin Chadwick, ix, 505; Impediments to,
Lewis Angell, xv, 395 ; Technical Education and Commercial Training for, Sir D. Galton, xix, 481 ; H. A. Johnson, xxiii, 385; C. H. Shepard, xxxvii, 289; in Savannah, Le Hardy, xxxvii, 30, 97; Not All Abroad, xlii, 247; A Review of, Henry Mitchell, xliii, 518; ex-President Harrison's Address, xlv, 498; in the Navy, A. L. Gihon, xii, 221 ; in Germany, v,
64; in General, Edwin Chadwick, x, 558. Sanitary Protection of Immigrants, x, 437Sanitary Protection at New Orleans, Joseph Holt, xvi, 37. Sanitary Protection at Newport, R. I., H. R. Storer, ix, 193, 360,
385, 433, 495, 529; Pumpelly, Hills and Storer, x, 7, 65, 148,
225, 286; Association, Newport, xvii, 375. Sanitary Provision in Public Institutions, Nathan Allen, iii, 163. Sanitary Requirements, in New York, John C. Peters, xi, 8; in
School Architecture, D. F. Lincoln, iv, 481; in School Life
and School-Houses, Bell, xxiii, 329, 415, 532. Sanitary Relation of Cleanliness, xxxviii, 354. Sanitary Resorts, W. C. Van Bibber, iv, 1 ; xlvii, 147. Sanitary Responsibility of the Citizen, A. L. Gihon, xiv, 1. Sanitary Questions Concerning Abattoirs and Slaughter Houses,
E. H. Janes, v, 315. Sanitary Questions in New York, Discussion of-Janeway, Ste
phen Smith, Pomeroy and l'ander Poel-xii, 158.