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We are much pleased to see that several of the in- fluential dailies, notably the New York Tribune and New York Sun, have seconded our endeavors to abate the noise nuisances at present so prevalent in this city. With such powerful aids in calling popular at- tention to the subject, some reform may be possible. The Tribune in its earnest protest calls attention to some additional sources of nervous irritation occasioned by other noises than those already mentioned. " In most American buy viagra sell towns the pavements seem to be constructed with a view to making as much noise as possible. The recent adoption of rubber tires for carriages has shown what can be done in eliminating the noise of vehicles; but nearly all trucks are need- lessly noisy. They are buy viagra sell so loosely put together that they rattle through the streets like a moving boilet shop. The same thing is true in a large measure of street viagra 50 price cars, and there are few railway trains that are not run with a great deal more noise than is at all neces- sary. The New York Central Railroad has set a good example in this matter by ordering for its yard in this city a noiseless switch engine. But the strange thing is that public opinion has not long ago forced every railway company to do tiie same thing. In our patient endurance of evils that could easily be avoided we are a long-suffering people. We allow trucks to carry loads of loudly clanking iron rails through viagra 50 price our streets, when we might, just as well as not, insist on their being packed so as to be noiseless. And we permit thousands of milk wagons to disturb our morn- ing rest by noisy tintinnabulations that could easily be avoided by a little care. " It is taken for granted that a city must be noisy. Doubtless some noises are unavoidable; but many even of such noises could be modified, and a vast number of other noises that we now endure without protest are wholly unnecessary. Of the buy viagra sell many muni- cipal problems that are to-day pressing for solution the elimination of unnecessary noises is by no means the least, though it has received little attention from municipal reformers." The Sun very properly stigmatizes the '" ol' clo' " men as the worst offenders in the more exclusively aristocratic quarter. THE WASTE OF LIFE IN CUBA. To whichever side of the present deplorable contest in Cuba one's sympathies may incline, no one can contemplate the terrible sacrifice of human life in the island without a feeling of horror and of the deepest commiseration for the poor victims and those who mourn for them in the mother country. Although the rainy season has but just begun, the loss of life in the army of occupation is already appalling. According to the reports received by the Marine Hospital Ser- vice buy viagra sell in Washington from the sanitary inspector in Havana and by the State Department from the United States Consuls in Cuba, both yellow fever and small- pox are epidemic in nearly all the seacoast cities and in many of the interior parts of the island. The num- ber of deaths due to them during the past few weeks has been very large, and buy viagra sell not less than seven per cent. of the Spanish troops were sufferers fiom them in the first three weeks of the month of May. Of three thou- sand eight hundred viagra 50 price and seventy-seven deaths in the Spanish army buy viagra sell in the island since the beginning of March, no fewer than three thousand one hundred buy viagra sell and ninety, it is said, were caused by the vomits. In consequence of the insanitary conditions which necessarily exist in the army, the soldiers are even more liable to suffer from yellow fever than are the unacclimated civilians, and few of the viagra 50 price latter escape during an epidemic. General Vicuna died May 18th of yellow fever, and many officers of lesser rank have fallen victims to the disease. General Weyler left Havana recently to take the field in person against MEDICAL RECORD. [June 13, 1896 the insurgents, but returned the next day, having been so frightened, according to general report, by the ac- counts which were brought to him of contagious dis- ease in the army, that he abandoned his project. , In addition to yellow fever buy viagra sell and small-pox, which chiefly attack buy viagra sell the soldiers in garrison towns, although those in the field do buy viagra sell not escape entirely, the soldiers in the country, those forming the trocha across the island, are suffering severely from pernicious malarial fever, and many deaths from that disease occur every week. In addition to the crowding and to the exposure, an- other powerful predisposing cause of disease exists in the despondency which reigns among the Spanish sol- diers. Many of them are young men, hardly more