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Young, Mrs., 821 Cottage Grove ave.
Youngman, Mrs. E. G., 935 Fulton.

Orthopaedical Apparatus. Kehoe & Kelsey, 249 and 251 S. Canal. Marsh & Bowles, 103 Washington. E. H. Sargent, 785 Wabash ave. Bliss & Torrey, 171 and 173 Randolph. Chas. Degenhardt, 512 W. Madison, cor. Fifth ave.

and Madison st., and 39 N. Clark. Louis C. Bitting, cor. W. Madison and Aberdeen.

Surgical Instruments.
Bliss & Torrey, 171 and 173 Randolph.
E. H. Sargent, 785 Wasbash ave.
Dyche & Co., cor. Randolph and State.
Chas. Degenhardt, 512 W. Madison, cor. Fifth ave.
and Madison st.,

and
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N. Clark.
Kehoe & Kelsey, 249 and 251 S. Canal.

usses, Bandages, etc.
Bartlett, Butman & Parker, 60 State.
Otto Kalteich, 116 Madison, and 145 Clark.
Marsh & Bowles, 103 Washington.
John Niffler, 51 and 53 N. Clark.
E. H. Sargent, 785 Wabash ave.
Dyche & Co., cor. Randolph and State.
Bliss & Torrey, 171 and 173 Randolph.

Chas. Degenhardt, 512 W. Madison, cor. Fifth ave. and Madison st.,

and
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N. Clark.
Louis C. Bitting, cor. W. Madison and Aberdeen.

Vaccine Virus.

Daniel T. Nelson, Twenty-fourth st. and Indiana ave.

(See advt.)
Bliss & Torrey, 171 and 173 Randolph,
E. H. Sargent, 785 Wabash ave.
J. B. Fisher, 83 S. Clark.

Wet Nurses,

Wet Nurses may usually be obtained by applying at one or other of the following institutions : Foundlings' HomeWood, near Madison. Erring Woman's RefugeCor. Thirty-first st. and

Indiana ave. Chicago Nursery and Half-Orphan Asylum-175 Bur

ling, and 855 N. Halsted.

MARRIAGES AND DEATHS.

Marriages. BYFORD-FLERSHEIM.-In Buffalo, N.Y., Dec. 3d, 1873, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Frederic Valentine, Esq., by the Rev. V. R. Hotchkiss, Wm. H. Byford, M.D., of Chicago, and Miss Lina W. Flersheim, daughter of L. H. Flersheim, Esq., of New York City, formerly of Buffalo.

SMITH-HAMMOND.-In Cleveland, O., Oct. 16th, 1873, by the Rev. Mr. Gardner, Charles Gilman Smith, M. D., of Chicago, and Harriet Gaylord Hammond, of Cleveland.

MAYNARD-WICKER.-On Dec. 29th, 1873, at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Whitehouse, Wm. J. Maynard, M. D., and Miss Maria M. Wicker, all of Chicago.

BRIDGE-MANFORD.-On May 21st, 1874, at the residence of the bride's parents, 193 South Leavitt street, by the Rev. W. H. Ryder, D. D., assisted by the Rev. J. E. Forrester, D. D., Norman Bridge, M.D., and Mae Manford, daughter of Rev. E. Manford, all of Chicago.

REA-MANLOVE.-At Indianapolis, July 2nd, 1874, R. L. Rea, M. D., of Chicago, and Miss Mellie R. Manlove, daughter of the late Absalom Manlove, Esq., of the former city.

Deaths. ADAMS.-On February 24th, 1874, Orion J. H. Adams, M. D., Lecturer on Forensic Medicine in Rush Medical College, Chicago.

ADDENDA.

American Association for the Cure of

inebriates.

Organized November 29, 1870. Meets annually on the second Tuesday of October, at such places as may be agreed upon.

Its members consist of superintendents, physicians, and delegates from boards of directors of institutions for the treatment of inebriates.

Its objects are to study the disease of inebriety, to discuss its proper treatment, and to endeavor to bring about a co-operative public sentiment and jurisprudence.

OFFICERS. President-Joseph Parish, Baltimore, Md. Vice-Presidents-C. J. Hull, Ill.; Otis Clapp, Mass. Secretary-D. G. Dodge, Rouse's Point, N. Y. Treasurer-J. L. Mason, Brooklyn, N. Y.

American Public Health Association.

Organized April, 1872. The objects of this Association are the advancement of sanitary science, and the promotion of organizations and measures for the practical application of public hygiene.” The members shall be selected with special reference to their acknowledged interest in, or devotion to sanitary studies and allied sciences, and to the practical applications of the same.”

Meetings were formerly held twice a year, but now are only held annually in November. The last meeting was held in New York. The next is to be held in Philadelphia.

OFFICERS.

PresidentStephen Smith, M. D., New York.

Ist Vice-President Edwin M. Snow, M. D., Rhode Island.

2nd Vice-President -C. B. White, M. D., Louisiana.

Secretary-Elisha Harris, M. D., New York.
Treasurer-John H. Rauch, M. D., Illinois.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
PresidentStephen Smith, M. D.
ist Vice-President-Edwin M. Snow, M. D.
Secretary-Elisha Harris, M. D.
Treasurer-John H. Rauch, M. D.

Edward Jarvis, M. D., Mass.
Moreau Morris, M. D., N. Y.
J. J. Woodward, M. D., U. S. A.
S. O. Vanderpoel, M. D., N. Y.
J. M. Toner, M. D., D. C.
A. N. Bell, M. D., N. Y.

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