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lasm of es. MUlatUla . IM4
en, A*l 3s and Meti..
committee proceeded toebuulsWecsiaot
to o'clook, by examining
DR. T. O. antfloARD5.
Senator Lamar--Haf been living here
years, off and on, lHas no positive
ledge of epidemlo yellow fever in this
try. Was not in this eity during ept
ics previous to the last. Is not entitled
hold a very decided opinion in regard to its
. As to its being ithported or ladige
that question Is of such a complicated
re that I would not venture to express a
ti. e opinion withouv a very much greater
igation than I have qver given it. As to
germ theory of yellow fever, I do not
k it quite covers the ground. I think the
theory, which In not quite so popular
"4.days, which is known as the secretory
glandular theory- -the theory that it is
off from the body by secretion or ema
-it seems to me, s a much more philo
hial doctrine. That question is some
of Importance with reference to the
that govern yellow Tever, and in eluol
those laws. Itle simply an organised
that can be waftnd anywhere by the
Sif it is a secretion or emanation from
body, then it is not so liable to be carried
- Geen. Gibson-I canmot sy that it will
to exset after a suitable I.ngth of time
its emanation or -secreto. If it is
S of course it oomes out through the
which we expire, and the surface of the
and mingles with the dejection of the
Sjust as n cholera, and its bearing upon
-qediotn of lmLortat~ n s e one con
lnterest. To niy mind, lt the dis
had been a germ. It mit v readlly
nonseyed through atmospheric e
and currents of air. But I ditbeliee
t entirely. I have seen evidences to the
on that point--that the disease can
caed by currents of ir. he Ame-rl
claosulat Vera rus, wlho a physitan.
me that be never witM ssed a aseof
w fever on an Amerlcan vsss i in
roadstead at that place, notlthte dn
act that the fever was raging in the cty
tet ity about. a mile fro laend;
he has been aoomn1led togive clean
heaIlth to all Anire nveses leving
een (having been absent when Dr.
)questioned the doctor re
rthe informatkin of Dr. Green, and
Sstated ta he had no knowledge of the
t. Iwr nol Vat
Gibso--The first ogldmli lnRo
ns ln ao or lw0. The inhabitants
are po ve that yellow fever is Im
an t h p inrdiagenoe.
o r amar-His attention hap never
an:t n 'BLLopte ws.I lu
D. M . D. DE Z LIL
SOLamur-C.mehere thirtgl yes,
a is Brst aqulantance with apt ,,
mi w Im n ism164 the next in l~, an
then on. Hc l opinion is that no Ih_.
be ndd ed to prove that yellow fever Is
: that of l ?7, as well as the ast
noluded. Dos not think that It es
that the louder brought the feve
has been no positive roof that
- Clar. died with yellow fever. The same
de said with referen to Mr. E tt. The
ean whoattenddMr. Eliottbefore his
So lotel Dleu did not o
ase of fever, but it was so
hil death by pot mortem
esearh for fato. Indeendentcp
is no witness onnted wt those
S roe d itt died Ot k knowi-
athe epidemicof 18e?. from pe
he has no ide that the fever of
yeart was Imported. The drat cae of
. loram, the proorletor of the01 Ote00.
ooeo.rrd In the mouth of June.
oustle-Dr. Brickell cited the
sam in the Dano aT dri th
s in relation to the 'o
ri Butler's reign, In 1IM.he
º nr e committee that the d
awu. sted to him that he bhad bought t
ay through Butler's quarantine In bIeptem
, writl~D ~ , pin mported here; to "t
Itta t o rred ad ou
e n without Imp tio. T ll
n ies in a p sanitary .sdr.
ore to ti.igtetae &"t ot a ther
otl Dow Sot beve that oar 86ht
blve thatno¶Clark was subjee; to e
ertial easmlpato In order to whether
e had yellow er or not.
To (en. rooker-In :1e he in ton
board of a e bound for !_ ; he
was sick was the only ph cm the
vesseL We atteded man ases of teva
of the eel,ater leaving this pot
n arantlne eroameon bord; theep
i of the ame t hi, and reuested
b mf b he di not wiah toe q tinUd to
auo himsealf to be . w e t. B oThe
asked some uestions n regard tote
of the vq , rwhich were sowemed.
did not eat n one on the soip. Thee
were mayts Onegntlea wee propped
up In a chair, surrounded by l t a
newspiper placed In hie hand. That wdal
mWeat o that ship without Inspecting one foot
at It, with cigars and brand. The captain
e mi 'saIlt wa nobody's thebrm1ý
tuber 1878, he as cao tong
brought to that city from Mea i
Never. He ied. Black vomit was cn
es. He died In the slums of New
No one ole tool. the fever. If New
qua.rantile, she only abts thel
Said open the back. Becase It
Sonce in New York, and becase
eince. Believers that Nae
Sl_ pheds will have yellow fever
point of post-mortem erEami - 1
his opinion with a great I
deal The probability of Eliott'
fever I strong.
qIn v r s roga r -H e attributes th e epl- 1
mde. the city. and the probabU
Swties rew si , .to the fact that It ws I
arrlied Wdea, Vicksburv, Holly i
iprg, n . JaNU. he went to Cooper's 1
Wyell; It.- ero e. Within four or five
days an tkr girl whom he had en-i
gaged at ·hLoo -t tootk the fever. He1
cursed her blmsd b ber took the fever.
H lehadgoneto VlsUrto buysome toet
articles for his bharbor iho. He was re
moved to a shanty a well No one else
at Cooper's Well took al lever that year.
estt year the town wop ulated by yel- ]
ow fever. Mobile yellow fever a
Ss year. and knew Ot still she
qusraIntned. A rshTm ars.o tne even c
in futile. He wasin a short time
ago, alnd he was sought Hdtold fre- 1
quently by many people that we are go- t
iug to estalblsh a cannn, and et a otgun c
arantine ereafter. The es a todd be I
ded with grape. It will be a I
before we have such a condition as
mited during the last epidemIc.
must decide upon qarantine. She
del . Beleves that a quarantine
to be etoroughly It is a pure I
meat. BHe wll take oney, and put a
tbhe centre of V icksburt spte of a
qrrantne.l Bel tevee the best a
Wnatlne Is for the Staes to do it them
s res, and that the general governmen t
Sto ladits miuishnee. New Orleans
New York are de 41elt places In
to enforce quarsa satrily.
Gp. Hooker-The cases d-f ever in Mo- a
mereabout 10, and ot disoccurred I
number. aid notto y
tever; Be ve was said
J arem eithuer. bLrett It would
the thbI for 1New r ssher p
wide open to all the year b
lotwe Mr slo as
a Ourt of justIce, to be yeillown
oufever. In the absence of all tyt duringo
lliott's illness, teotm to hem suomin
a rt'tipron. Doems -Doe not beee thtnous
n of the fevder bu seit was be roght here, a
Sourt of ustloe, to beplanted here.
one than the bene ott.ll toesot say thatduring
the yelo llfneer the potmissm emle. It is
tran msit be reead ed ot trs lth. reat
ton. D not believee that an the ional conclouso
orsn ofat the weerong ndut its bof tht heresion
loe tme New Orls or a noywhrela else to er.
certders the xon scause.ar more oerta
one thn that o Ellott.Does not beleeay that
the yellore establisr me not tro quarantinble. It
transmisskble ae not tranmihe dble. The
dlTo s not erDid noay usceptble want tusion.
Does not belle that any ropilon lusiond has
will be arrived at in regard to Its dlffualon. (up
f.as dto n t the wron tend of the question.
lier, and to ew Orleans, ora where esaid to a
the mepr etablhn pomet mor qutem eamatie wilnsl
strke at t root of the evil.
To Gies. Hoker---Did not want to have
your roe;ofs filled with opinlons, and has
tai ed to whenwl pointed out by others, in
the Olhitj Holtsi, fatty degeneraton ofI
libe, pnd s ºb other thlnie, as eera said to I
were held. -
To Senator EustiEa practicedt hereduring
all the mlos since 1tM6. Knows notblng
y of the cases of Ulark and Elliott.
The epdno of 184 was brought here from
Creas on two ships which landed in the
TirdDistrict. One the vendels came up
oJackson strt. The ever then spread
uhout the urth istriot. In that year
tf-:s6 rdIn the First District at the
unctln of Camp and Prytania streets. In
18 and previously, he had Implicit conf
dece in t Indigequansess of yellow fever.
He now has no doubt but that the disease Is a
tsort one. In 1885 the yellow fever
a ro here by two vessels from
Thomas. The mortality was very great He
traced the epidemio of that year to importa
Ihe dootor then read from the proceedinnss
of the quarantine convention, hel at Phila
tdelphois 8,6 ofwhobh he wasa nmember,
the followin: "Thewre are certain diseases
that maybe Introduced intp a mmunity by
foul vessels and rgoes, and e crews
a hee are smal l-pb and,
choleras and y t iWi
diseases are Introdud in this manner, their
action is llmiteldrto individualrs comig with
in thdr Immediate influence, and cannot be
come epidemie unless there exist in the oom
munity the oeroumstaaoes which are alou
Ilted to produce such disease independent of
the im on. The croumstances cosist
states of the atmosphere, from
a es, n connection with peculiar me
teorolorgical conditions. Efcent atary
measures, inoluding quaranmtine, wll In most
cases, prevent the introduction of these dis
eases, and may, at any rate, disarm them of
their virulence and prevent their extension
To Gen. Hooker--The first cae of yellow
fever he attended he is of the oplnion, was san
indigenous one. ie slgaed the de oertifi
ate as malgnant remitent fever. The Bol
ton family were taken sick one week after the
death of he first cae. The interval of time
etween his cases and the bonder was too
to be attributed to the steamer. After
Ses of sioakne se predicted a
erripestlential epidemic. He had nofaith
in arbolic acl but wanted to seelttrled. He
is inclined to thank that the fever was im
Dorýt but not by theBuoder. The man who
ie r wswas a drayman. He had hauled
goods from the steamship Borsl CaI
said tbe one of favorable methods
of concentrating t disase, and aterwards
Charlie Wod coaled the sorsla. Belv
thataurrents of air arethe latest mediums
diffuslng the disease. Ha has not the
Shtest doubt bat that it can be transported
t distances by currents of air. Does not
hink that a dea man can communicate the
disease. It must be the living sick who prop
is te I f.
To Prof. Challis-The first case of fever he
-wr was on the second of July-a person by
thname of Oherman. He rearded the case
as an indigenous one. He believes that the
disease is imported, but cannot say that It Is
a ger. He attributes the cause of epide
a asto importation In a majority of the cahes.
rhes were s8 epidemi;s here; 18 of them
wr foundtobe hinpored. Does not believe
hr yellow eover is personally contagious.
A naked sick men cannot communicate the
disease; he may.with his clothes on. The man
Bolton, who died on July 18, is believed to
have hauled goods from the steamer forue
ala. This is denied by his brother, who
w ld not be seen by Dr. Jones, who wished
the facts in relation to his death. The
hid from Dr. Jones.
Snator HEustis-A non-Interoourse quar
tinewould betmpolltlc. It would be evaded.
e of the most fatal epidemiis have been
ht here from ilo de Janeiro.
ToeGlbeoa-Have seen cases of yellow
fever lasF year that were remittent.
Attbe conolusle of r. Arson's testimony
he remarked to Prof. Bemis that he under
stood from a lady that he (Dr.Bemise,) had
give evidence ihn referene to ertain cases
Of yellow fever In the Sixth District, which
were not in asoordance with the facts. Dr.
em.ise informed Dr. Arson that he had given
no evidence, but merely made a statement to
tae committee in regard to the first cases;
that if such was the case the
reorters had not quoted him correctly.
Dr Ason replied that he had not seen the
ideone himself, but had only been informed
DR. AlMnAND MRCR
º was aorns next.
º To Senator Eustas-Has been practicing
s aos 1841; has seen every epidemic from that
I time until now.
The frat ae he saw this year was In the
.oalog f oJuly, at No. 19 St. Louis street.
TIe cae had no connection with any other.
In his opinMon ollow fever originates in the
lty of New Orleans, in all cases. We are
bound to have a few cases of yellow fever
here next year but it will not be eidemic.
Our Board oR Health believes that yellow
fever s imported. Be understands that to
be a member of the Board of Health,
you must believe in the imports
tion of yellow fever. He believes
that the fever origittnates In Pensacola, Mo
bile, Oalveston and other places. He does
not see why it should not oiginate in the in
terior. Q.arantlne Is useles, Decause yellow
fever originates here. If a rigid quarantine
were established, and a case of fever was to
occur, you would find the people in charge of
quarantine coming here and swearing that
that man had evaded the quarantime. We
ought to have no quarantine and no Board of
Health. A cause of death in this city can be
attributed to the extensive use of carbolic
acid. Yellow fever will never attack ehil
dren born and raised in Ney Orleans. In
1853 he never saw a single case of yel
low fever on a child who was born and
raised here. This season he lost about 15 per
cent of those whom he treated. for low
fever. He treated 175 children, and d not
lose one. He has often treated first cases of
ellow fever. They certainly did not come
from the shipping. Cannot say positively
what year it was. The virulence of theepi
demic might have been nitirated if the city
had been kept in a better condition. He has
witnessed cases of fever in places where
awould not be put by a humane per
Se n. Hooker--C have been brought
bm s1ost every year. When Gen. Butler
isd. 4 of this city during the war,
eases were brought here. The
t avoltot ssp read from these cases. No
1 takt~en to prevet its spread.
Is that there was very little
he country. Has heard from
ehB~~ we In the country that such
T day W illaseobt s.anr u
mere, Doe .o.bolve,,m o
t t. th ch born
are liable to yellow fever. In summer the.
mortality Is always larger among children.
He has never seen a child born here that had
low fever. He had sometimes mre conl
dnce In one physician than he had In a
downe others. He has aeen sick ohildren, who
died, the deaths were recorded as yellow fever
when he was positive such was not the cnae.
DB. lIOABDUon .B-oALLND.
To Senator Eustle-Is-e n favor of a na
tional quarantine. It ought to be taken out
of the hands of the States. Public opinion
demands it. The people are suspicious of
State quarantines. A national quarantine
would be more rigid tha one secud by the
States. Such a one would test its emcacious
Mb . D. b. ROInhnIox.
To Senator Eustli-Is superintendent of the
New Orleans and Mobile Rallroad. July 28
quarantine was established between New Or
leans and Mobile. The Mobile county author
ities established a non-Intercourse quarantine
JUly 99. Eight hundred men were thrown out
of employment by this. The county suthor
ities of Jackson county, Miss.. established a
quarantine of the same nature subsequently.
Mr. Robinson detailed the manner in which
he was allowed to transfer freight from Mo
bile to here. The business of the road was
damaged to the extent of about $o00,000. The
mails went through all summer by transfer
H 'Prof. Ohaille-Th0 yellow fever struck
the line of the road at Gentilly, and continued
alone the line until it had taken in twelve of
the stations. Thirteen stations escaped, and
had no fever. Mr. Robinson named the
places where the fever oecurredi also those
exempt. In every case the fever had been in
New Orleans a month before breaking out in
the places delgnated; 00,000 was the mini
mum loss to his road by the quarantine. Its
lsiness was greatly in excess of the previous
ear. The same can be said sincethe road
has commenced running regularly in regard
To r e -The ases of fever at the
small stations on the road were only three or
four. The population of Mobile is about
42.000, and it etimatd 10,000 left the city
when the fever ape e d
At a quartero 4 o'clock the committee ad
journed until 8:9:0 p. in.
The committee was alled to ordur. The
first witness was
an. C. 5. . Da. r.
To Gen. Hooker-Is a fruit merchant, both
foreign and domestcl. The quarantine laws,
as at present established, are simply absurd.
Blo Janeiro Is quarantined the same as other
ties. The fact is, it is winter in that city
when New Orleans u tine regulations
are enforced against It. lgston was quar
antined last summer, Thers we not a case
9g ellow fever there last year.
Y ora whclh wers quarantined against
quarantined New Orleans. One vessel from
here was fined 00 for violating their quar
sntine laws. The losses by the action of the
Board of Heth are set down at $1,000,000.
The Clara Dwyer had the whole of her caro
of fruit destredby fumigation. This a.tkm
broke up that ta -Lb oarryig of our pro
ducts there and the bringing of fruit here.
New Orleans s the best market for the con
sumption of frilt. Abouto e-half of the ruit
Imported here is sent to the Interior. The
people of Cincinnati were sent two car loads
f fruit from this cit. They would not have
tunloaded. The Louisville march tshined
the fruit by mail packet to Cncinala It
was then sold as New York fruit without any
a Iol. Chaille-Durlng Dr. White's ad
ministration I Imported pinapples The
st was detained at quaraneforfam
ga lIand my employees were pmittted
to go alongside of the steamer and take off
our fruitand brinit to the city. Have never
known a case of ellow fever on a fruit vessel.
In the year 1867 the yellow fever was claimed
to be brought here by a vesm l from Rio de
Janeiro. When that vessel left Rio it was
winter and no yellow fever then existed there.
The Emperor of Braz is proceeding to keep
yellow fever out of Brazil. Hereafter all who
cle In Brazil of fever are to be cremated by a
recent decree of the emperor. Is of the
opinion that the fever is portable, but it re
quires atmospherio action to put it in mo
When the Board of Health quarantined us
against Kingston, Jamalca, we telegaphed
and got a answern from the American consul
there, at a cost of $88, that there wasno yellow
fever at that lace. We presented the same
to the Boar of Health. They informed us
that they did sot kowwher he was the
American consul or not. Mowever, upo the
strength of our dispatch, t. ard of esth
compromised with us,and a.lowed the vessels
which were absent to return.
Estimates the los by the epideic to this
ofty to be over $100000,000. Sulphur fulm
tiondestroyed frt oom letely. Fruit
been sent o BSt. Louis Ohi vil
Cincinnati and Indianapols. hefruit that
was sent to St. Louis hid to be shipped there
from Louisville. The fruit tht was set to
Cincinnati by way of Louisville, was sold in
CinOlinati as New York bananas.
To Gen. Hooker-The sargo that our vessels
take out is Western roduce.
To Dr. Green-Norult Is ln traino tt
Lsland of CubaS. Bananas will eabout two
weeks. The currnts nd wins from the
fruit island, 1000 mIles, bwr us tothemouth
of the Mississippi in about three days and a
To Gen. Gibson-A quarantine at the frnt
door would hurt more than a quarantine at
the back door. The aquaraatine against New
Orleans is more rigid than ours against the
To Gen. Hooker-Does not believe that a
quarantine is desirable. The fever does not
prevail southwest of us, except at Vera Oru.
OeL. W. U. DUaWULL.
To Gen. Hooper-The most important
proposltion is the opening up of trade with
the countries southwest of us. The com
merce of New Orleans has been very much
injured by the bridging of the MIssissippi
thirteen different places. Our lmnorti hsve
declined from 25 per cent before the war to 8
per cent now. We must have aooess to the
tropics; the West must have it; Philadelphia
must have it.
New Orlerps geta about 7 per cent of the
trade with Cuba. There are twenty-two
States southwest of us in which the treaties
have not been changed for sixty-five years.
If we had mall facilities from here to Panama
the government of the Unitod States would
save from $60,000 to $70,000 a year. He would
ropose that the paenger laws of the United
States, passed in 1 55 be made imperative.
Mr. Burwell wrote to the firm of Alexander
& Sons. New York, for information, and re
ceived the following answer:
Naw Yoax. HAR&ax AM Mxouia MNALm
F. Alexandre on teamsh Line.
E. £tandro &t 8ons 31 and as Broadway.
New fork. December s. 1878.
Wm. M. Burwell Eaq., Seoretary New Orleans
Chamber of tommeroe:
Sir-We are in receipt this day of your favor
of twenty-fourth ultimo, relating to the quaran
tine of vessels at your port from tropical o0un
We .ute agree with you that quarantlnelaws
should be esacted.o that while taking first ears
that everything eshould be done to prevent ve
sei, bringing disease Into any of our ports.,
still the laws should also be fraped in such a
manner so that the regular trading steamers
be placed on a somewhat footng than
vessels going to your Por eu y rhe
As durinthe lte ent l e demi at
our acfi and elsewhere, our nerCity of
xemoo. runoing every three s between
Vera Cr sand yo pos.did not e a s
iatd * t'et* e d6 s: aleve
.1._ .s- " -';'~~~
so i.e s dayrome 'e eoa o o v4na
ýWeW. I outroi s te f hair c ham f an
r stamers some lobth upper cooarant i
D astlenge aire i..lo n 0m i to t
w." & t,"JrY.tq oft . Dort (a d:
ompat they wi rotm ae It ru rn t
te wo re irn on wtm leve hlf otto ryone .n . .d,
we lower wuill ne oned to take o iniL
un stemeras oare to tihe uperith th your
ua udsenIes are ylo wed to V ome rp to whe
ihed iy irbters and when s lihed theo
the other me up to t one the steamer
It our staI et or ort be so de ned
w hey wilt nt e to rn
The above wil be torcd to take offd bt. e
ofobert s arent ofidentl with tro here tour
treommend tso on res ech an t ared tht we
,iell endaoev I pIble in pt rventin our
s heaere .rl soatds on boaad
stesd or too ol r aor nt Vtern u. soft
sthe sme AsaYlo ports no one o the stessele
aoes decre at a a o
our renilatlos leo el for the ontsner to
wm d litd tnellreo os ther I
ta irist your amber wll be ablet
ag inienytareds Wann the object of
Yours trul . it M vesselssetIve
The above etter Is t.ndorsed by Mr. I. H.
uoberts, rect ol the Liaeb have to
Havan. Woutld suggeast tat thi chommittee
rrommend toa ongOrte sralaca oct ls the
B'e a encte, ec.., I That the provtsions of
"an ad reulating the trwwnet oof
tea. and ofall a menPatorr .0ff, k .
a the rtjnY s, appl obie to nlesol
ass or such ad cob,,esri s o or
tu", for any port or plcoe in tU
all u04,pum .r atho as poe thO; pmet
If our own ym me e ould be ndueed to
In ho t s hveean f-recs
plae New York In a r sevemnt hours'
Cmmuniatio wit. H VOW.
ber 0 r1eheate. -- " tfreo
' m, JeWP~opac orl tbefe
his opinion in referehee to they in t h
Sfeve r,u as soay prol· had
bmeen beore the committee stud gltv th/r
views on this We have no Westers
trad e tta trade is not very
A uat. e do not proft n itM *
t. A mn'rsato whhlob ouk ran fr
toylrtyrt days would alrsee tun trdoe
to toe other toni
Thone Xem w fo two or three the
To G T the protof t Is o trae N
ado we Could a11 stand it alke. Does not
think thts national bloeke would deto
the trade of ew Orleans. hequart e of
ewYork is for five s;that of tbhsl Is_
for tea. Largoes are c to~sa~d notte f
tios. A r o eastlro is not infetio.
Heis wmereol is that aoltimore does not
Toaat a nationa-The Gma have the
trade of Mexw ico now. The steam fleet of
S]eCortet ihave develo ; pedtth i ade. t c i
fo. W. CCig . anfetiousd o
To Gem. Hooker-f raided here c 4~ears;
is emraes in sthe buelom. Wdoe in
vTed here to v sonoty, et he knows
nothing; eanotprebsont one fatmhat s worth
uttnd dowf o pae.o The epidemic li o
origintes here that it igenous.
anotm ubt but that the fever of I was
impo td. Thedown on iy ter pridemea eni
demi wes. abou t six ma a iM d Ipe enot. bn
1888 ft was tenty_ er cent. ls member of
thM Young Men's nhrlet Assocation.
o Gee. Gibson-Local quarsatine has
provedto be a fallure. A Federal quarantine
ought to be established for the beneft of the
health of the country. Commerce ought not
to b taken into conalderasa in this matter.
It is to the interest of Galveston to quaran
tine New Orleans.
To Dr. Chae--.Ther s a great deal of
buslaes doe here In summer. He has
made as meh money In the Westmern pr.educe
business in the summer as n the winter.
He believes that the alimatle eoditln are
such as to mause yellow fever to originate
with us. He has been holes this summer
that would makes man slek to his stemach,
though his Is not easily turned. We have the
dirtiest city on the faen of the earth, but peo
pie walking about the streets don't see it.
The Young Mae's Christian Assoclation
spent e$8,o in charity. The estimated
amount spt here was about 750,000. Does
not knowlnow much the Howards received or
x.. w. n. uyrrauwu.
To Gen. Hooker-Has been here about four
teen vears; Is a merchant, engaged In the
Western produce businMess. If we admit the
outside, the inside will shot-gun quarantine
us. Cannot ive any facts, but his own Im
Spreaslon is that yellow fever originates here.
His own oaln. is that it is not infectious,
but ontous. Cited a ase wherein a miller
in West Vlrgini. fifty years ago, cleaned out
his mill-pond. Ever person who came to the
miller's house was take with a fever, which,
If it had ooeurred in New Orleans, would have
been pronounced yellow fever.
To Dr. Challi--Think that cistern water
has the power of absorbing yellow fever
At 11:80 p. m., the committee adjourned
until 11 o0'cloc to-day.
A eathLerm Sauage thas SuliH l d.re
The South Carolna Lelslaturetransate
all its businese and fnal aoued within
twenty-three days, Ti one of those
Southern outrages that ought to be spread.
Work fre. te Ter Crolmmisre.
We would r e yll call the attentoui of
the Teller-Blalne committee to the painful
rumor that Mrs. O'Flahert threateaed to
rr husband If he voted for Beoemln
The lawa lesss t Eaf malte .
[NT. . Tribmase
Talk about olack a omragl The South is
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with ahos Igest and cheapest sook
rnTE P aT... aSUZTS,
FINE BEDROO1M SUITS,
In Walt, Mahegmy sa~n BsewNed, witoth Plate I
Armer ad D Cma
FINE DINING-ROOM, HALL
And Library Saitl, Fancy Cabsnetg, Stsndr, Desks, Tables and ChaWra
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PlrNOR PL.ATUB ERRO.S.
A full line of Ofboe Purniture. A large stook of Medium and
Common uarniture, suitable for the country trade.
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