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THE ARGUS, F1IIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1893.
S rlT r Wliite leaa t:ic D'.Si
jV V paint? Because it
I. cutiast all other paints, give a
-d omer finish, better protection to
-r vecd, and the first cost wni lc less.
;.- Barytes and other adulterants cf
,-!.e lead are "just as good" as
"Ti'ctly Pure White Lead, why are all
",e adulterated white leads always
landed Pure, or
" Strictly Pure
i Barytes is a heavy white powder
'O-nd stone), having the appearance
white lead, worthless as a paint,
st only about a cent a pound, end
cr.Iy used to cheapen the mix'v.re
,'hat shoddy is to cloth, Brrt-.v :
1-aint. Be careful to ucc c y . ',
;i standard breeds cf white io-i...
Southern" "Red Sce!
Collier " " Shiprr..- r. '
strict:. 7 re, "Old Di'-rrt ,- -ss
-.rids, csti-'bnshed by a 1.5 t.c ci-sc
p.-r rc:ors use Nation?.! !... C.'.'s
ro White Lead Tinting Coicr; with
riC.ly Pure White Lcau.
hv the most
:i are poi'.icr to nair.l. it will .iv yoi;
, i -J to us for a book contain. or mlon-i-I
t.iat may save you many a dollar, it w. .1
c,.; . cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Itr. m!way, Ni-v.- .'-fa-Chicago
State and Fifteenti ttrcetA
E'tatc of .lo'oph Winter, Deceased.
T-1- -mwr'Bn?& having beeu appointed
'x of 'tie i.tttt win ana leuiami'ni 01 josepn
late of the county of Hock Island,
i; :i. :. deceased, hereby gites notice tha th
". before the count v court of Kock Island
i iVty'. a' the oftVe of th clerk of said curt, in
.. r !v n( Kock island, at the December term on
',. rt Monday in I'crmher next, at which time
; r,, r-.r. havinc claims atta'nat said estate are
.v.f.'d and renirated to attend, for the purpose
' sit!::; the same adjusted. All tie-sons in
s-. :..aid et ite are requested to make in
t i it pivmcnt to the nndcraiimcd.
In -.. -.'u's 1 ".th iv of September. A. TV
MAKIAN P:. W1STEH.
. n K to contractors.
v . ;r.i;to-il- vriil o received at Tho i'ity
.. r-:'- '!" , Ktck i-laml, 121.. until Momiav,
. ..;. at T(VclKk.p m.. ftr ciiitHrucVni;
... tut'iit knmvn o- Tfi:. No. tAvt
.. ,. ..r lit.an."!' nf tin- c vof ok Man J. 11.,
. 7"!), 1"-"", f.I ti.'.l "An n'(!!iian'f f
.. r ..: iit m St'V.'ntft''i:h ar.d Nin- t-ou;ii
- f o n th-- -i viiti ht- if T .inl Ui - N.irth
-o irtri .i iMi. an : t' Twoiity t iuri utrcet
rnfic ).i;li!::,t' nf Th r' s 'hx: north i n f
. :i i--' ii . fr nil T'i irrii lint f Kifth avc
. .1 iu'm I r v .t . itu.i trt' t t)tnh to
. .. , if t -o itii "f inr.ricl w.th tin? :?j
: N tiM iwnit it tin a"uVc nl'-
i:. ,:: l'.l -Tr ait-nnlfrtl ntrft' ! wub
::: ctvat-tl aii'l '.. if 1, iniproveil ami
i I w. .: i! ;;iv nj lr rk if i;oml iiiality.
. .- i-m: -"ivt'iiicat'.on- for ?aiJ improvcmriit
.i inc City ('lorkV oflii'e.
A.. d niat i accompanied with ft certified
'-.i. k .:. tilt- sum of S-JU payable to the or-i-.rt
n treasurer nf saidcity", which shall be
t. firffitid to naidcity incase the bidder shall
i i'ii:-.T into co ti tract with Approved
if t' execute the work for the plan?
'.ut ct.f.i in hi bid and according to the plans
. : :d at .on in t ie event that the contract
. r.t .iward-'d to him.
Tt c -reserves the riirht to reject any or nil
Ho:k Mand, IU.. 5?ept. fci.
A. D. HLKSING. City Clerk.
Gy vrMc of & special execution and feu bill No.
i--:t (i otit of the clrk's office of the county
r ::( Hock Iland county, and state of Illinois,
ir. : tn nu- directed, whereby I am commanded to
n-.i.- the amount of a certain Judgment recently
' 'i-.r-t-'l ajamst Kli Hrunscn, in favor of the
M at:.- Ikt Tiiir company, o it of the lands, tene--n
Vr. i-)ds and chattels of the said defendant,
I., llri.-a. I have levied upon the following
;t ;vny. to-wi; : Lot two () southeast fourth (4
.' .. .in r.'imlier thirty-two CW) township nnm-
- .evetiteeii (ITMtvt: O) west of the fourth
::r pal meridian. Also lot two fit southeu-t
i of section thirty-five (H5I township
vvr.ti-en (IT live iri wvS; of the fourth (4)
pni:r:;)iil nirrtd:nn and snuthwest one quarter
i of southeast quarter CAnf section thlttv-si.x
... township seventeen (Ui (live (M west of the
"o .nu principal meridian, in all containing one
- ir..:r. d and ei;rh! ( PC) acres, all of whk-h is ait
iiiv.' in tue county or K ick lslaud anl sta e of
T3. rcforc.accopling tosaid command I shall cx
r.. for sale at public auction all the r'.jrht, title
cJ -.Dterest of the above named. Ell Hruneen.
:r. ar.ii ui the above described property, on Satur
day, the Tth day of October, iaa.ata o'clock p.
toe north door of the conrt bouse in the
cry of Kock Island, in the county of Hock Island
acd state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to satisfy
esU executions and fee bills.
Uued at Rock Island this 151 b day of Septem
ber. A. 1). lst3"
C. D. GORPON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinoia.
A r.w iind Complete Treatment, consisting of
.p;-s tone-. Ointment in Capsuls, also In Box
Vu A ,''e Cute for External. Blind or
Iichir.'.'. Chronic. Kecent or Hereditary
. r. .,.,,; wiaksjssi, ann runny other dts
ee: it always a great benefit to the pencral
Trie first discovery of a medical cure ren-
r op'-ntlnn with the knife unnecessary
: n, er. This Itemedy has never Oeen known
' ' l"'r box- for S.i; sent bv mail. Why
" r 'r"ii tins terriabli; disease when a written
; '.'V" l""iivly (riven with bottles, to re
, I 1 ..' nifiin-y if no: cured. Send stamp for
': 'iuarar.tee iss.rd by our ak'er.;
JAHAJJESE LIVEK. PELLETS
R"-Ic on the stomach. Liver and Uw
"r "yi'P'ia, Biliousness, Fever. Colds.
'fi'" "".Paction; perfect digestion fol
.. ." "-"'US'!, i'o'itive cure for 8ick Headache
iist,patin.j" mall, miid, easy totako. Lanre
j VLLMKYKR sole Agent Kock lsl-
. . . o . .o . . o . . o . . o . . ooo
- antly removes and foreycr destroys ob
amnatiie ha r. whether upon the hands,
-'. arm or neck, without discoloration
"W'lrytothcmostdelicaieskin. It was
- L t ..TV YBAKS TUB SECRET FORM U I.A OP
- r.iiA.jn-s Wilson, acknowledged by phy-
- ri ,hc, uiKl,e!'' authority mid the
. ' "'SUmiiientileniiatolosist and hair specia
ls that ever lived. Wurini; his private prac-
; '." a life-time among the nohlityand ar
r O' nrv f Kurope he prescribed this re
. v . ruirn, by mail, securely packed.
"Dondeme confidential. Sole Airents
: K'.'rTJIAlKGKOWKRCO. Dept. U., 37 5
; 'ii .Jtti avenue. New York. 2
" ' " "o- o o o- o- -ooo"
Cor Wiehjga Ae -nd Monfoe Sf CHCAG0
I;,'? ,NTajCTICM. CHEAP BOAN0IN6.
DEATH IX THE STORM.
PITILEfiS WORK OF THE GIANT TWINS, (
WIND AND WAVE.
How Cr del at Time Seems the Ocean The
Most Populous Cemetery on the Planet.
The Land the Book TelU of Where
"There Shall He No More Sea."
And there was no more sea. Revelation
xxi, 1. t
Wha-, a strange mystery the ocean is!
Sometimes it holds your little craft as
tentlerl vas a mother holds her child, and
you wonder that the charge of caprice
can bf brought against it. At other
times iv is like an angry ogre who has a
tyrant's power and uses it like a tyrant.
It is ;i marvelons sight, a spectacle of
thrilling magnificence which makes the'
Mood ingle, to stand on the beach at
such a time and watch the serried col
umns c f white capped rollers dash them
selves to pieces on the sands. They re
mind you of Nupoleon's army at 'Water
loo, wl ich had wandered over Europe
with victorious banners, which dreamed
of no 1 orce which could resist its prog
ress, but suddenly found itself face to
face w th its master, and then, with tin
controlled madness, threw itself to death
as well as to defeat. The huge array of
white capped mouarchs. thinking them
selves invincible, attack the shore with
ferocious energy and pound themselves
to spray. The heart beats wildly as this
great battle between sea and land fills
the ah- with thunder, and poet and
painter come: from far to witness the
conflict and ilescrile its glories with pen
But how cruel the ocean can be when
it catclies our craft at a disadvantage!
Wind and waves in unholy alliance, a
compact of death, make the world's
cheek blanch with horror as the work of
desrru ;tion goes on. These twin giants
seem t J be moved by a common hatred
of whatever floats, and as though every
vessel was r.n intruder on their domain
tear it to pieces and doom it to disaster.
The sails are cut into tatters, their masts
are tern away as though the rigging
were made of pack thread, and the huge
hull ii either sent to the bottom or
throw i high on the beach in disdain.
The st.n in very pity creeps behind the
veiling clouds for awhile, and when it
! shines again, after the waves have sub
sided and the tempest has spent itself,
the ciast is strewn with wrecks and
many a brave sailor lies witli upturned
face i i the sands.
That wasi sad news which flashed over
I the v ris one Thursday mominc. One
story followed on the heels of another
until disaster seemed to lie multiplied
by iclf, and each account was more
pitiful than the last. A fisherman out
rode tho pale for awhile and then went
down with all hands; a sturdy freighter
off Eatteras was dismasted, sprang a
leak and sank, leaving only --
vivor to tell the tale: score:
craft were torn from their anchorage,
and the Jersey shore was literally stewn
with wreckage. Other vessels which
had managed to outlive the hurricane
were towed into harbor, either the cap
tain or part of the crew missing.
The book of Revelation tells us that
in that other country from whose bourne
no tn veler returns "there shall bo no
more sea," and on this Sunday morning
we breathe a sigh of relief over the
statei.ient. "Wo can dispense with its
magnificence if we may lo rid of its
dangirs. It lias devoured millions of
property nnd is the most populous cem
etery on the planet. When the sea gives
up its dead, a countless multitude of the
lost will reappear.
Bui we are socially impressed with
tho lesson which the great storm empha
sizes namely, the uncertainty of life.
On t'le ocean the unexpected happens
more frequently than elsewhere. At one
moment a cloudless sky and a musical
ripple along the vessel's side. The long
foil lifts the craft, which lazily yields to
the rhythmic motion of the waters. But
danger is in ambush, and after a little
tha p'iff of wind grows stronger, the long
roll is plumed with a white crest, the
temp.'8t sounds its trumpet, and the rig
ging, like the strings of an srolian harp,
emits a mournful note like that of a
dirge. In another half hour the whole
artill jry of nature is at work, the moan
ing vessel is thrown on her beam ends
and creaks and groans as though crying
for uercy. In another hour there is
nothing visiblo except Borne struggling
bailor clinging to a spar.
However, death has many ways of
achieving its purpose. Not on tho sea
alont , but on the land, it does fts dail3
stint, and it behooves us to remember
that sooner or later it will have some
thing to say to us. "All men may die,
but 1 shall live," is the dream of heed
lessn 'ss. "All men must die, and
then fore I," is the fact that is to be
recognized and prepared for.
But wo can become indifferent even to
this "last enemy." It is not the glnm
indif ereuce of desperate despair, but the
cheeiful indifference of jierfect faith.
If we have no place to go to. it is hard
to contemplate our exit. But if there is
a better place, a residence in which will
be a ded happiness, we may even shake
hands with Death, tell him that our
latct string is always out and he will be
welc me whenever he sees fit to come.
It is tho fear of taking a leap in the dark
that bids us pause. But if we are 6ure
of taking a leap into the light we can
easily let go our hold on this rugged life
and drop into the life to come. The sea
may rage as it pleases if our next port of
entry is heaven, and lurking accidents
and diseases may come out of their hid
ing places into the open, for at the worst
they can only do us a good turn by open
ing the door of a larger and better house
to live in. New York Herald.
A Story About Painting.
Tie story is told that a woman once
asked St. Francis de Sales whether she
migl.t use paint to improve her com
plexion. His reply was: "Some holy men
object to its use, while others see noth
ing wrong in it. I would adopt a mid
dle course and grant you a dispensation
toptintonesideof your face only."
New York Times.
i RILEY'S FAILING.
The Uoositr I'oet Makes tonliia of i ,
Troublesome Weakness. 1
James Whitcomb Riley, the poet, d. !
scribes himself as a train misser. A i
friend thus relates how the poet con
fesses his weakness:
I found him occupying an easy chair
in a parlor car that was attached to a
train leaving Chicago at 10:30 a. m. for
Indianapolis. After the greetings, in
that quaintly humorous strain that has
made the man and his writing so pop
ular, he described the trial he meets
with as a traveler':
"I have been in the depot three hours
waiting for this train to start for In
dianapolis." "Why did you come here three hours
before traintime? 10:30 is its leaving
"Well, you know I am a train misser.
I can't make a train. It doesn't make
any difference what precautions I take, I
miss it or take the wrong train. I gotmy
ticket yesterday bought it over the'Mo
non route" because I knew it went right
through without change. If I ever have
to change cars, Im lost. I am sure to miss
the connection or take the wrong train.
I had a messenger boy go with me to the
ticket office. Never could have found
it myself. When I got to the hotel af trr
the entertainment last night, I asked the
clerk what time the 'Motion' train left
" 'Monon Monon,' said f.e; "hasn't
that road got another name?'
" 'It probably has. It would be just
like these railroads to change the na:;ie
immediately after I bought my ticket.'
Then he looked at one of those brain
splitting time cards and said:
" 'Yes! yes! Monon route that's the L.,
N. A. and A. C. railwav, and it leaves at
"I left a call for (!:30, so I could have
my breakfast and beat the depot at 7:30.
I always go to the depot 30 minutes be
fore the train leaves, and then I miss it
oftener than I catch it. When I pre
sented my ticket to the gatekeeper, he
said: 'Your train leaves at 10:30.' That
was so, and here I have lieen since 7:30.
'Bill Nye says that when my head
was built they run out of gray matter
when thoj- came to fill my bump of loca
tion, and they filled it with mayonnaise
dressing, and that's a pretty bard thing
for a man to think with." Detroit Free
A Courageous Corporal.
When Lord Rawdon was in South
Carolina, he had to send an express of
great importance through a part of the
country filled with continental troops.
A corporal of the Seventeenth dra
goons, known for his courage and intel
ligence, was selected to escort it.
They had not proceeded far when they
were fired upon, the express was killed
and the corporal wounded iu the side.
Careless of his wound, he thought only
of his duty. He snatched the dispatch
from the dying man and rode on till,
from the loss of blood, he fell. Then
fearing the dispatch would be taken by
his enemy, he thrust it into his wound
until the wound closed upon it and con
cealed it. He was found next day by a
British patrol, with a smile of honorable
pride upon his countenance, and with
life just sufficient to point to the fatal
depository of bis secret.
In searching the body the cause of his
death was found, for the surgeon de
clared that the wound in itself was not
mortal, but was rendered 60 by the irri
tation of the paper.
Thus fell this patriot soldier in rank
a corporal, he was in mind a hero. His
name was O'Lavery, and he came from
the parish of Moira, in County Down,
Ireland. Youth's Companion.
Appearances May Deceive.
Should you happen to see a girl walk
ing along the street with her face
wreathed in placid smiles, don't take it
for granted that she feels perfectly con
tented and happy. For the truth is that
She may be having a nerve destroying
argument with herself as to whether her
Ekirt and waist meet properly in the back.
She may have a tiny hole in her shoe and
be perfectly wretched over the thought
of getting her silk stocking soiled.
She may be on the verge of insanity
because she knows that the one pin with
which she fastened her skirt is going to
She may be conscious of a big chunk
of soot that has found lodgment on the
end of her nose.
She may remember that there is but
one hairpin in her hair, and that it would
be just her luck if it were all to tumble
She may hear a little snap and may
know that her garter has broken. That,
however, is simply too horrible for words.
New York Advertiser.
Too Much Government.
Patron That bread you sold me was
Baker Yah, I coom to dis country
und go to vork mit a horse an wagon
und bakery und a schmall boy. Virst
dot Society For de Prevention off Gruelty
to Animals makes me droubles aboud
mine horse, und den dot Society For de
Prevention off Gruelty to Shildren makes
me droubles aboud dot schmall boy.
Now vot can I do? Maybe, if I fresh
bread zell, von society for de prevention
off gruelty to dyspeptics vill zend me to
dot penitentiary. New York Weekly.
The Sweetest riace on Earth.
Kezanlik is beyond all dispute the
sweetest smelling place on earth. It lies
on the upper Tunja, near the foot of the
Shipka pass, in a valley full of rosefields.
Kezanlik is the chief seat of the industry
in attar of roses. It takes 20,000 of the
roses that grow in that valley to yield
by distillation as much genuine attar or
otto of roses as equals in weight a 50
cent piece. Exchange.
In England, where good roads are not
an iridescent dream, cycling parties of
blind persons are sometimes seen. It is
not to be inferred that the blind lead
the blind, for the steersman of each con
nected group is fully competent to avoid
obstructions. Boston Transcript.
There is in the Irish village at Chicago
a stono which Lady Aberdeen said was a
genuine and historical article from Blar
ney. In this belief it has been kissed by
tens of thousands of visitors, but it now
turns out that the Countess of Aberdeen
was mistaken. Sir George Colthurst,
on whose estate the Blarney stone lies,
threatened Lady Aberdeen with an ac
tion for libel for asserting that the stone
at Chic::go was the genuine article.
Whether there wes any ground for a
libel action may be doubted, but Lady
Aberdeen hud, of course, no desire to
maintain in the face of a positive state
ment to the contrary that the stone at
Chicago was the genuine article. She
has accordingly agreed to withdraw the
statement and publicly intimate this in
the United States.
The truth is that though the Blarney
stone is not at Chicago there is a stone
from Blarney in tho Irish village at the
exhibition. The real Blarney stone
would not bear transportation to Amer
ica, but in this case probably one stone
from Blarney is as good as another.
"Gentle as tns Summer Breeze-"
"ld rather take a thrashing any time than take
a dose of piils." groanad a patient to whom the
doctor had prescribed physic "I'd as lief be
s'ck with wnat t ils mc no, as to be sick with
"I don't think you've taken any of tbe pills I
presfriiie. or you wouldn't dre id the prescription
so." laughed t"e doctor. "I never use the old,
inside twiners oa have in mind, I use Dr.
Pie re's Pleasant Pel'ents. They always make
me 1 1. i n't of a part of an old hymn
mild and lovely.
Gent'e as the summer breeze.'
Ih3 best thing of tbe kind ever invented. No
danger of their making you sie'e. YouT hardly
know you've taken tbem. I wouldn't nse any
other in my practice.'
A RELIABLE AND ON L OF THE
BEST KNOWN SPECIALISTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
His Rooms Crowded. Everybody
Satisfied, and Many
DR. D. D. REA,
uirgi. en and Specialist
Who ha created such a sera'ion in and uround
Chicago bv cirinir disease that almost b Hied
the n edical Iriiterni y of the c untry. and by the
request of nviny friend unJ patient he has dc
ciued to visit
At the Harper House,
FRIDAY. SEPT. 29th.
Returning every month during the
vear, to remain a dav.
Dr. Rea lias been connected with the larcest
hospital in the country, and has no superior in
diai;uosinc ael trentins; iseases and deforma
tice He will cive S50 for any case he cannot tell
the disease, and where locate in five minutes,
lie will return to Kock Island every month to re
main one day.
Treats all curable medical and surgical dis
eases, acute and chronic catarrh, i iseuses of the
eye, ear and nose, th oat an lurgs. dispepsia,
Ilripiit's disease, uiihetes, kidneys, liver, blad
der, chronic female and sexual diseases. Epilep
sy or lits cured I A positive guarantee!
Vouns and Ti 1llp-Asrd Men
Buffering fiom spermatorrhoea and tmpoteiioy as
the r suit of selt-ulmse in youth or excess iu ma
ture years, and other causes, producing some of
tile follow Ina effects, us emissions, blotches, de
bilitv. ne voiiMiess, dizziness, conl.isi.in of ideas,
aversion of society, defec'ive memory and sexual
exhaustion, which limit the viciiins for business
or niarria.'o. arc peinianeutly cured by remedies
Jlioott and sak u iMseawes.
Syphillis and complications, ns sore throat,
fulfiim of the h'tir. pain In the bones, etc., arc
perfe tlv eradicated without usin mercury or
other injurious cms tJonorrhaea, p'.eet. s.ric
lures and all urinary and kidney troubles speedi
ly cured by treatment that h is never failed. He
undertakes no it. curable cases, but cures thous
ands given up to die. Remember the date and
come early, us his rooms are always crowded
wherever he stops.
Correspondence solicited and confidential.
Address Dr. 1. D. KKA, StJi Paulina Street
and how to attain it.
At last a medical work that tells the causes,
describes the efforts, points tbe remedy. This
is scieutilcaliy the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful medical book that has ap
peared for years; 03 pages every pige bearing
hilf-tone Illustration iu tints. Some of tho
subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo
tency. Sterility, Dsvclopement. Varicocele,
The Huabtm l, Those intending Marriage, etc.
Every man who would know the grand truths,
tho p'.ain facts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveiicsof medical see nee ag applied to
marri-rd life, a ho would atone for past follies
and avoid future pltfalLs. should write for this
wjnderful little book. It will be sent free,
under teal. Address the publishers!
Erie Medical Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its gnaraatee is tnirty years use by
Blillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting; Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething: troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving; healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. G. C Osgood,
Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves.'"
Da. J. F. EiKcnsrjOB,
The Centavar Compsuiy, TI
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Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop 225 EihtccnthcStreet
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
H"AU kinds of Carpenter work a specialty. Plans and estimatcstfor all kinds of huHdimra
furnished on application. .-&
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO; 2821rSIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vine Street BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
II. A. Arcskr, M. D.,
Hi So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, V. T.
" Our physici&cs in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castorte,
and although we only have among oar
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that tha
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital axii Disnxaajrr.
Allen C Surra, Prrt.,
Murr ay Street, New York City.
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