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^P^^onoleMDeu?Tn^jT.k present there.
"3. There are other respects, however, in wh:
local action hae to no taken against cholera, n
in whicn the .interests of tho publio health
H quire, above everything; that tho action shot
bo tahon from beforehand.' This precautions
H action against cholera (aa against many oth
diseases) is au object for .wbioh the Nuisant
H Removal Acts enable local provision to be mac
The ant dori ues who have to administer the
Acts are in many places the same, but in ma
other place? (ulm fly wherever there are to?
councils, inipioyement commissioners, or lof
boards' of health) are not the same, aa the ti
thorities wh > I ave co act under the Medical Rel
H Regulations. The Lords of the OOH M eil have
authority to ieBiie regulations or orders for a
H purposes of the Nuisances Removal Acta. But
year ago, iu anticipation of the danger which n<
H threatens the country, their L urdehipa drew t
attention of nuisance authorities, and of the pu
lie generally, to the re. ewed presence of Asia
cholera ic Europe, and suggested the pre?autio
?ry proceediugs which, under the oircntustanc?
were called for. lt war- their Lordships hope thi
after this warning, the interval whiob mig
H elapse ; before a re-appearance of cholera
England would be vigorously used by the nuiaan
H authorities ot the country iu preparing their i
speotive disrriots for the contingency which b
H ? now come. The paper which was circulated ?
the above occasion->y the i ords of the Goum
(the General M moraudum on the prooeediu:
wbioh , are advisable ? in places attacked
threatened by epidemic .disease) is now aga
commended by their Lordships to the consider
tion of nuisance authorities and of the publi
And on ti e present occasion parts of it must 1
specially insisted on.
H "4. In r- lat iou to Asiatic cholera, as now threa
ening ua, there are two principal dancers again
H whioh extreme aud exceptional vigilance ought
be used First, there "is the dancer of driukii
water which is in an.\ [?ven the slightest) degr
tainted by house refu.-e or other like kinda
filth; as ?h re th re is outflow, leakage, or tiltr
tion, from sewers, house drains. pri>i"e, cesspool
foul ditches, or the like, into streams, springs
H wells, fr m whicn the supply ot.WHter ia draw
Or into ihe suhsoil iu whioh tl?e wells are rituat
H a danger which may exist un a small scale, a J
the pump or din-well oi a private house, or on
large Beale, tis in me ?oin cos of supply of pun]
waterworks. And, t-eumdly, there is th-doig
Of breatUii g ?ir which in mude foul with effluv
from the brtuie aorts of n pur y. Information;
to the lii^n deslio in whicn those two dauge rs H
feet the public neal ' h in or i ary limes, and as
the ext'eine degn-e of importa ce which a taclv
H to them at ti-i.tu when any diarrhoeal disease
opiden ie. Ima now tor m main yeaia been set b
H fore the pu' lic b> this department aud otherwis
that the i.. rm r works of drainage and watt-r BU
ply by ?hk-h 'le daugei s aro permanently obvi
ted tor large pot ulai ions, and al-o the mint
struoiural improvement* by which" separa
houaehiilds Hre stoutest against tue danger
ought long ?g. to havu oouio iutn universal ua
? It ia to be le .r d that ?m a very large scale th
wiaer court-e ha* not be>n adopted, and that eve
? yet, in very many instances, temporary aeoui io
has to be Mn d lu measures o' a palli .tive kim
So far a- eu. li i- tho o s., artend ut is most ea
neatly odie i to those parts t)f tue general mern
randum ?hi h rela'e t-. the matter J in hand. &
chief sou' ces of the one dancer may beheld
cheok, as follows- y imm?diate, thorough rem
H val of even cort of house-re use au? "ther till
which is i o ? ?.eeitmulat- d, by preveming futu
H aecui?ula io B of tue same sor^ by attention
all defects nf h^uae-drains ?nd sinks by which <;
fensive smells are let into houses, by tborout
washiug md dine-whiting of uncleanly premise
especially ot snub as are densely occupied, and ]
disinfection, very freely and very irequently ei
I ployed, in and round about houses, wherev
I there are rec pt toles or couduits of filth, whet
I ever then- i- liith-so Iden poroui earth, wherev
H anythi g else io or under or about the hon
I tends to make the atmosph?re foul. Asprovisi
H againa the o her danger, it is essential that ii
I mediate an i searching examination of Bout ces
I water supply should be made in all oases whe
' 1 Ba Eal ! ?f^BstW&SB&Trlt- ? W
W^WWriu question aru ott-cnve bodies, chosen
as their constituencies will, and each constituency,
in exercising its eleotoral right, has, hi effect, the
means ot' deciding fur itself whether the dietrich
which it inhibits shall bo wholesomely or un?
wholesomely kept. The Lords of he Council have
no other fuuetion appointed for them in this mat?
ter than to inquire, and afterwards report to Par?
liament, what, so far as the public health is
concerned, is the working of that system of
administration. Incidentally to tho perform?
ance of that funotinn, their lordships have before
them the result of much former experience, in
this country and elsewhere, as to the circumstances
by which tho spread of cholera is determined;
aud, having this experience, their Lordships have
seen flt that its most important) conclusions
Should be HO set forth as to give the nuisance au?
thorities the best assistance which this depart?
ment eau supply towards the ta?k of locally deal?
ing with the removable causes of the disease. But
here their Lorahips' power terminates. Their
Lordships eau only hope that nuisance authori
I ties, havinu uudiviiled and sole responsibility in
1 the matter, will justify that vor, ample trust
which the Legislature has seen flt to repose in
them. And fur the inhabitants of places where
the nu>auoe authorities do not take proper
measures for the protect iou of the publio health,
the Lord j of the Council, in the present state of
the law, can only MiggeBt that voluntary asso?
ciations should, us fur au practicable, endeavor to
supply the dr foot. VVhe'e uuisauces on private
premises require to bo summarily dealt with, com?
plaint may he laid by any inhabitant of the parish
or place bef ire aiiy Justice of the peace having
jurisdiction there: but complaint- addressed to
this or any other Government office, cannot lead to
ooeroive interference, and may involve loss of
valuable lime. Of course, too, it must be remem?
bered that, however active may be the authority
or any commit ten acting in its stead, every house?
holder ought at least to be vigilant as to the state
of his own premi-es und water supply.
"7. Personal preoautioiiH against cholera con?
sist essentially in avoiding thu unwholesome cir?
ca instances which have been described; and
where that avoidauo- can ba secured there need
not be further thought upou the subj. ct. Even
where ch ob-ra seems imminent the danger is quite
conspicuous y ono whioii ought not to ?ive occa?
sion to paine. Intelligence and cool decidion are
wanted 'gainst it. The ea^e ia no longer'hat of
a mysterious pe tilenoo coming (like the plagues ,
of pant centurion) on ignorant at d but half so- '
oiaiizi d p'pul.iti >ns, it is the casa cf a distinct '
and measurable attack, against which denni e i
pr?cautions au bo taken ?ii ti r-ucoe.-B; and power ?
to enforce th's . preotutioua is in the hands ot' lb
3al authorities throughout thc. country. But iu
ikiduil security cannot bo promim d apart from
;he security of dis riet?-; and f r selfish safety, nd I
e.-s th-?ii tor the guner il good, ic is expedient
hat every man sh uld do his utmo t to prom <ie
vliere he d vi lis avi.orous sanitary administra
iou over the largest pos-ib e urea. Those who a
mow that such an administration i* at work
tri'Und them need have but little apprehension as r
o th ; recuit.
"8. As to p-rsoual precautions, in a narrower
lense of the word, only ?me general ru'e can be '
ai i down-a iule, however, ?hieb is most impur- '
ant for pernuna ?ho unfortunately lind (heui
elves iu the midst of local out bro ka of cholera,
,nd which Ortch individual must apply according
o his experience of Iiis own bodily habits-the
ute of living HS strictly as po-sibln <>n that eis?
ern wh'cli commonly agn es bent wi'h the health;
o gund, as tar as practicable, uuaiuBt all ex- 11
lauding influeiioos of privation, fatigue, oxpo
ure, und the like; aud, as regards diet, espeoutlv
0 avoid all acts of int em per inca, aud all such j
atiui; and drinking as are likely to disturb me
totnach or no-?dla. But wiyle faults yf the lat-er
ind ure peculiarly, apt to be hurtful, it must not
herefore be supposed that the customary bea th- v?:
ul habits need be changed. For instance, there tl
1 no rea-on to suppose that fruits and vegetables, n
f suoh kinds aud iu i-uch ntates as would be
"holeaome iu ordinary seasons, are unwhole-ome
?hentiholera in present; nor (-ubject to what will ."
lireotly bo said about premouitory diarrhoea) is "
here auy reaaou to behove that persons in good t*
tea Ith ought iu oholera UmeB, with a notion of &
ortifyiug themselves against the disease, to take
? JR. s-J a *?.*_
Has whic h (hey would not take iu or
? auvl-uinfi to bc wi?.'ly donn in UHR -
M w b?done under the Hclvio . of
Ri in-ift'tio-icra, and except with such
? . !,"': . io be moat chary both of drug
Hv?if td ni taking euch pretended
? a" are ' vu neively offered for sale.
? ."vi.r.r cholera is present or threat
H-- o'-.'- bodily ailment requires ex
Hi'?co That ailment ia diarrhoea. T
H riv i'n this country cholera begins B
?I' -i'il.v so that for some boura or c
H ""thc' [?,??tomsbecome alarming t
?)f?mo;>it?vv diarr ma' may be- ob
JU ,.;."1( v i U tending to be epidemic ?
HaT-dsis nido by side with it, in the
8$ amouni of epidemic diarrhoa, I
H. nari tho earlier Btagea, in other f
H< ,;r det-roeu, of the same insidious
Hma-iadv. Thia diarrhoea .painless
? "trivial though it be) may in any
?J convert itself into cholera; aud.
R ,.^ serious significance of th? .
?t ..t8V?-,o plient himself, it mu?t
Bfh?t cverv Booh diaTrrhfoal patient i
Haring nf'infection to others, lt
Hbable that accidental diarrhoa,
MBtm.?.Vnt of the epidemic influence,
K personal c onditions, the one on
Hera- infection can tnoBt eaBily tix
H. 0H all accounts it ?B of the moat
Hauco thai no looseness of bowels
Hoelod in places where cholera ex
Hportant part of their Lorlship?
He?uhiiioiis onjoius the making of
Hms liv >V!HCII thia object, (shall be
He poorer iidiabitanta ot infected
Hlior elapses of the population are
Ho V!"ib'"' themselves. In any
Hfvery looseness of bowels or siuk
H'u^ht, aa qutckly as possible, to
H skilled medical treatment; and
H>"">? at, nil sharply, or if they
Hi1 not ferv- pro^p^y yleld *?
Hxticnt (.H ila invariably to remain
HLt<-.:>n:'.we cannot be attached
?n-'..u:.-!i!v '(iainfeeling, without
H? of hmo or otherwise, nil dia
H^tninach and bowels of peraons
Heb inti J--nee, is well as all bed
HTvrl.s, ?md 'i e like, which such
H5V" i;.!1 ...tf'd. md all privies and!
HIii wini h such dischargOB may
Hjfbo kept flooded with solution
HJt. '"' solution of carbonic acid.
Himu lu tins medical care of th.
H?' '.!? kinds of medical aotio..
W|S , .,,atancos of lliteuti
HS ire ii.. Lords of the Goun. -!
Ha'od'bdiPi mat the appoint' .1
Hfanrine* of the country will bo
HS the vcrv crave responsibility
HP"' them'bv the Diaeaa-a "<?.
Spin regulations thereundf -,
H?xioUti to themselv . ol
Hj a mannor oommenBurate i! b
?Bil,if unhappily any particular
Hiffer a sudden and extensive
Hpc that tho authority, thongh
Hjno lo discharge its duly, will
H^vidiiitf ('n'*M requirements o'
H in dancer of finding itself ovor
H hoped that in any such cri-w,
H1' ari06, voluntary local asms
HntitiR to tho authority- Among
HJrould hftvA to be diiK-nargt'd
HI skilled offioers, hut muy with
Hffevolvod ou discreet and intel
Hail might, be of gre-it looa! ser
Hmone, in committees ot othcr
H?y to co-operate with the au
Hs the authority would Iben bo
Hf beyond iimitB which would
?Kat system of hoiisedd-hnuBe
Mtvario'iis n'.iys ?nay bo tho moat
Hygenciefl for stopping the pro
HP' not only as providing for the
Hl??nent of the Bick, bul equally
Hjs"-,'?" unu exercising influence
BJiwhieh tend to multiply the
HU action which may be wanted
HgBnaction of thu ntiisanco au
H voluntary work in aid of the
HJ|ily njivy, in ibo sunposad oir
Hg great ?-the local arrange*
H%hef have to be told and ex
Hll*1" of disinfectants has to be
nraniany other aorta of useful
Hlffi ifiv-'Ti. unreasunable alarm
H*wn^^ ' *''dm'-.led and the deati
Tn?oTaTfiQr the ataff-M-ftfiTpet-eni visitors whooan
bo employed in any infected district, the easier
will be thia task. Ans any educated poison who
would wiall to take y ntl mit can easily qualify
himself to render, tu caso of need, a really im?
portant service to his neighborhood.
"By direotion of the Lords of the Council.
"Medical Department of the Privy
Council-office, b, Bichmond-terraoe,
London, 8. W" July 24, im." ,
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April 14 lyr
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tnpuRt 17 I VT
?THP?UUL NOTI?E.-O(+HEATOAEH PROV
ttle acorns grow." The worst diseases known to tb?
uman raoe spring from causea so small as to almost
ely detection. The volumes of scientific lore that fill
ie tables and shelves o ; the m?lica fraternity only go d
> prove and elaborate these facti. 4'
Then guard yourselves while you may. The smallest 0
Imple on the skin tell-tale and Indicator of disease; "
; may fade and die awa from tie anrtoce of the body, 01
n wDJreacb the vita /i.perhips, at last,and death
?tho reen and Ana dose, UAGGIEL'8 BLLIOUB M
VHPEPT10, an ?IA RR H KA PILL? oore wrtere al) "
hera fall. While tor Burna Solid Chilblains. Cuts, w
id al) abrasions ot the ?kiri MAGGIPL'S Halve IP In
Ibbie. Sold Dy J. MkfHiTEL, So. 48 ?^n I ton-st ree*,
AW vork and all Druggists, at ? cents per box.
September 35 ly*
jjarTHE SALE OF Ti? PLANTATION BIT
.ER? is without pre?*;.: .'??' ?f the world.
-?fin th - itiiiuir. Ticy are at once the
'here is no secret in tn. .... .
aost speedy, strength?..,:. uMr<*U>T ever dis
evered! It requires hu. ?Single tri?! to understand
overeo. ? 4 relied upon. They
ulB Their purity ; .?
recomposed of the?. - Ladder
turk Dandelion, .i-v^ """ '
jara, .. riovorbuds, Orange-peel,
riowers, Wintergreen. /y?-~- >
inake-root, Carawa), 0? ifanfler. Rordook,
They are especially rrom.nm.dod to clergymen, pub
io -pikers, an, el Ulm habl* ^^oa"
lary life, who re.j.ur, ?ree dilston, a relish for food,
?nd olear mental mi?ities. . .
Delicate females sk ?ve?k persons are certain to find
In these Bitters wha they have so long looked for.'
They purify, s Iron-then aud invigorate.
They or?ate a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They ovorcem/effects of dissipation and late hours.
They streiiKtl.ai the svotem aud enliven the mind.
They prevent j.l??rualio and intermittent fevers.
They purify tu-breath and acidity of the stomach.
They care Dwyoesia .and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Oholera andObolera Morbus.
They '.ure Liv?? Complaint and NervouB Headache.
They aro thc heit Bitters in the world. They make
the weak mau atrrtif?, and are exhausted nature's great
Tho following'startling and emphatlo statements can
be 'leen at our ?face.
Loiter of Rai. ti, P. CHANE, Chaplain of tte 107th New
York Ui.'H i ia eli ? ,
r ain AOQOTA CHEEK, March 4th, 1869.
Owing tn tl.--greatexposure and terrible decomposi
! tion M'.m- tli. battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat
! ed and v?r? -i. k. My atomach woiild not retain medi
? oine. AH avtUe called PlantaUon Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DIUKK, r.f New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
i r?ivc mu i m m?diate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
... ;.tit< ?iy regiment. * * * * I have sinoe seen
' .Uivi:j I i'll ?n many OUCH, arid ?a fran to ??y,-tor hOS
. ital or private purposes I know of nothing Uko them
Rev. E, F. GRANE, Chaplain,
Lotter etom the Rev. N. E. Gu?>s, 8t. Claireville, Pa.
0 .J.SMEN:-You wore Wnd enough, on a former oc?
casion, to send me a half doszen bottles of Plantation
Bli toro,for $3 SO, My wife having derived so mao.
ht m lit from the use of these Bitters, 1 d?sira .pr to
continue them, and you will please send iu g,* bottles
moro for the money enolosed.
I am, very truly, yo rs,
N. E. GI.-.-' , Pastor Ger. Ref. Church,
SOLDI E ? >' BOMB, SOPEBINTBNDENT'S OFFICE, )
CisoiNMATi, OHIO, Jan. loth, 1868. J
1 have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
j ?ur noble soldiers who s'op here, more or less disabled
I from various causes, and the effect is marvellous and
Such a preparation as this is I heartily wish in every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent
Dr. W. A CHTLDB, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont B*
?riment, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the most effective, per?
fect, and harmless tonio I ever used."
WrutiABO's HOTEL, 1
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 93d, 1868. J
GENTLEMEN :-We require another supply of your
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I creases with the guests of our bouse.
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PREVENTION AND CURE
As the season advances, and Dysentery, Cholera Mor
?bus, attended with Fevers, are becoming common,a
PREVENTION for the ASIATIC OHOLERA is a necessi?
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In the last visitation of Oholera in this country, Dr.
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pressure on his time allowed it to be introduced, as the
surest PREVENTIVE and most effectual CURE given to
Of those who uso the PREVENTIVE faithfully, only
about five per oent. were attacked, and ef cases treated
the mortality was lesB than four per cent.
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April 14_Btuth?moB Charleston, 8, C.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
Thu} purity strengthen una invigorate,
rhoy or?ate a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to chango o water and diet
They overcome effeots 0 ) dissipation and late hour>
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind,
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhoen, Oholera and Cholera Morbus.
They oure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache,
They are the best Bittere in the world. They maa
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r fime of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
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?s, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. Only genuin
hen Bork ls ooyered by our private U. & Stamp. B?
are of counterfeits and refilled bottles.
P. H. DRAKE & CO.,
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Ootflfeer 98 stnthly
lOBERT E. PENWAL,
GROCERY STORK, .
)RHEB KIM AID CALH0?? ML
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4?- GOODS OKDEBED will be sont to any part
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$Sf COUHTR? OBDEBS will bo promptly at?
tended to. .
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Parties interested are request?
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LNTO. 394 King-St,
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Wholesale and Retail Deal?
ers in, Ladies', Gent's Misses',
Youth's atid Children's Pine and.
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Our FINE GOODS we warrant
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Buy of the Manufacturers, and
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No. 394 KING ST.
K ATHAIE;ON IS FROM THE GREEK WOKO
Kathro, " or "Kathairo, " signifying to olean??,
Bjuvenate and restore. TWB ertiole ls what Its name
Ignlfles. For preserving, restoring and beautifying Ui4>
nman bair, lt is the most remarkable preparation In tho
orld. It is again owned and put up by the orle in al
roprietor, and is now made with the same care, skill
ad attention whioh gave it a sale of over one m ill io tv
attlee per annum.
It ls a most delightful Hair Dressing,
It eradicates scurf and dandruff,
It keeps the head cool and olean.
It makes the hair rioh, soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling off and turning gr?;,
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful bes?
r hair should use Lyon's Kathairon. pla known andr
wd throughout the olviliied world/ Bold by all re*
lockable dealer?. DEMAS/?ARNES & CO.,
October SB stutuiyr Hew fork,