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NO SIGNS OF CHOLERA
Mew York Officially Declared
to Be Free from the
NO DEATHS REPORTED FOR SIX DAY3
Mot I'.vrn it Suspected Casr, Haw Unit the
Nil 1 11 iu of tlis Conerty Olrl'i Ailment Is
Known A Death From th 1'lnz-ue In
Nuvr Jersny No Trouble KxpeoUtl from
X'lre IftluuiteraTlie Auivrleun Consul
Aiitl Customs luwpector ul Colon lle-
buked No Quurutlne at Cliurleston.
New Yomc, Sep. 1 9. The city Is Tree
from cholera. No deaths resulting from
that disease tiavo occurred since Septem
ber 18, and there are no suspected cases
In tlio metropolis at tha present time.
"With no deaths for six says and no
suspected cases reported, " said Secretary
Emmons Clark of the Health Board this
morning, "we feel justified iu Btntlng
that cholera has becu stamped out of tbo
Tlio official report iu tho case of Peter
Cullahau dispose of tho last deaths sup
posed to have resulted from cholera.
Callahan was attended by Dr. John U.
Gillespie of No. 310 East 55th street, who
gave the cause of tho man's death as
diarrhoea and exhaustion." Tha Board
of Health having oflicially sustained this
report, no room for doubt is left iu this
Several branches of business are suffer
ing more or less on account of the disease.
Fruit and vegetable merchants are not
doing more than one third of the busi
ness usual at this season of the year. I ha
retail dry goods stores and other branches
of shopping are missing many ot their
out of towu customers.
The rumor that tho Health Board doc
tors had made a grout mistake in diag
nosing the cuse of Mary Connerty, tho
Reception Hospital patient, and that tha
youuir woman was enctento und that
Asiatic cholera bad nothing to tlo with
her case, created considerable amusement
among tho medical proiexslon.
The 0 new doctors added to Dr. Mor
ris's observation squud, bringing tha
number up. to 75, are now at work.
With tliu making of each infected house
a special police patrol beat in tho precinct
In which it Is located, a number or police
men are relieved otthisduty,nnd the ordi
nary work of tenement inspection and
dunning whicli they direct can go on.
Tiie Board of Health has instructed the
banitnry superintendent to rigidly enforco
tho section of the sanitary louo which
provides that no bunulus or baskets of
soiled linen shall bo carried on street
The-report of vital statistics for the
past woek shows that there had been 708
deaths, a death rate of 21.48 per 1,000.
Of tho deaths four were from cholera and
ninety-eight from diarrhoea! diseases,
The number ot deaths during tho previous
week was 7151, a death rate of U.iii per
The concensus of opinion from tha
Health authorities yesterday was that tho
health of the city was first class. While
the danger of cholera Isuotyet over: they
expect no epidemic. They do expect
sporadic oases, but these can be readily
attended to. "
Even the cholera cannot materially
lessen the number of people who flock to
these shores. Curing the past week there
were landed in this port 4,053 cabin and
3,031 steerage passongers. Usually the
number of stcerugo passengers is four
times iu excess ot the cabin passengers.
Three weeks ago tho Moravia, the first
cholera ship, arrived in port, and
although six other steamers have brought
the dread disease as far as the lower bay,
and nearly one huudred vessels have
come in with passengers who have passed
through countries In which tho plagua
has gained a foothold, at no time since
the first arrival has the outlook been so
bright as at present.
The experience of the past- fortnight
will undoubtedly go far to allay the general
alarm that is felt at tho approach of
Aslutic cholera, and to show that science
has at last triumphed over what has been
tha terror of nations for years.
As all ships containing steerage from
Hamburg are in port, and all steamship
lines have agreed to bring no more steer
age until the cholera ceases to be epidemia
In h.urope, Dr. Jenkins declares that the
worst is not only over, but that he docs
not look for any mora cholera ships.
Only one new case has been reported
during tha post twelve hours.' This was
on tho Bohemia.
The passengers now'belng detained nt
the different quarautino camps are be
coming restless to get away. They
greatly annoy, nnd in many instances
abuse, the Health Officers during their
visits, pleading or demanding to know
how much longer they aro to bo detained.
CHOLERA IN NEW JERSEY.
Now llrunsulrk Gmutly Uxclteil Over a
New Bbusbwick, Sep. 10. This city Is
greatly excited over a case ot oholera
in John stroot, a thickly settled part of
the city. James Carr, 83 years of age,
who residefl with bis mother at No, 13
John street, was attacked at 4 o'clock
yesterday morning with severe cramps.
Dr. A. V. N. Baldwin, who was im
mediately called, pronounced the
ctuu to have all the symptoms ot Asiatic
cholera, and his opinion was later con
firmed by Dr. II. P. Baldwin, president
ot the Board of Health, nUo Drs. Clark
and Donohue. Carr died at 7:80 last even
ing. The body will be examined by a repre
sentative ot Dr. Cyrus . Edson, ot New
York, and will be buried in uutiseptio
The house was thoroughly fumigated
and disinfected. Two policemen are sta
tioned near the house and will not allow
unyone to go iu or leave. Carr was the
captain ot a boat running between New
York and this city A special meeting of
physicians und citizens was called to pro
vide means to fight the kcourue. Dr.
Edson, ot New York, has been sent tor.
Advised that tlia Crisis Is Over.
Loon Lake House, N. Y., Sep. 10.
The President last night received a dls
patoli from Secretary Foster ot the Treas
ury Department, saying that the crisis in
the cholera bltuatlou was passed and that
the disease wus well under control.
ClioWris BuieuilliiE at Crsooir,
Viinni, Sep. 10. The cholera la
spreading in Cracow. Twelve mora
dsatha are reported.
Precautions Ml Mntiy rlMoci to Kacp Oai
Hie OrpAil cf)urire.
Chicago, Sep. 10. Chicago Is to have a
more perfect system for the inspection of
immigrants than is now in vogue in any
city in the world. If curried out
as is now outlined, a large sanitary
station, comprised of an immigrant's
hotel, baggage warehouse, and fumigat
ing plant, four or five hospitals, for vari
ous contngious and infectious diseases,
nnd surrounded by twenty acres of
ground will be established Just outsldo
the limits of Chicago.
l'oHLANn, Me.. Sep. 10 At Vanceboro,
on tho boundary line of Malno & New
lirunswlok, tho Maine Central itailroad
Company is erecting a building for the
use of travelers who may be ill or under
suspicion of having the cholera. Tho
company has issued an imperative order
lor tne tnorougu cleansing and iminloct
lng of all its stations and other buildings.
Boston, Sep. 10. The State Board of
Health is sending out to railroad and
other corporations all over Mamachusotts
a circular calling attention to tho neces
sity ot maintaining cleanliness iu water
closets, depot restaurants, railroad
Quesnstown. Sen. 10. Dr. Hodges.
Health Olllcer nt this port, has been or
dered to board, outsldo the harbor, all
ships arriving from New York and in case
Ickness bo found on board, to give tho
captain a choice batween quarantine here
or nt Liverpool.
Kinqsio.v, Sep. 10. In view of the
reports of cholera In New York, it has
been ordered that all vossels arriving
In Jamaica from any port of the United
fatates be subject to quarantine for period
in the discretion of the authorities.
Ottawa, Sop. 10. An extra of tha
"Conada Oar-ette" has been issuod con
taining the proclamation of a quarantine
on tho Canadiau border against passen
gers and merchandise from the city ot
Columbus, O., Sep. 10. On account of
the cholera scare all railway managers
have been notified that no more immi
grants will be allowed to euter Ohio
ARRESTED AT COLON.
The U. S. Inspector JulUd for Violating
Panama, Sop. 10. The Prefect of Po
lice in Colon yesterday stopped United
States Consul Ashby nnd United States
Inspector of Customs Vopliam near tho
Colon docks, and in the presence of a
crowd chnrgod them witli violating tho
quarantine which bad been placed upon
the steamship Newport.
Tho Prefect spoke very sharply to Mr;
Ashby, admonishing him that his con
duct was beyond excuse and threatening
him with deportation as punishment for
his contempt of the authorities and tho
Governor's proclamation. Mr. Vopham
was taken to Jail, but was released at
8:80 in the evening.
The condition of buslno in Colon is
without precedent in receut years. Hun
dreds ot men who have found work nt the
docks have been deprived of employment
by the exclusion ot ships from Europe
nnd tho United States. The utmost des
titution prevails among the families ot
these men and serious disorders are
Iu response to u renuost for help one
hundred soldiers and police were seut
from Panama yesterday to suppress dis
turbances in Uolon.
Trade has been so decreased by the
cholera panic in Colon that tbero has
been for a week little railway business
between that city and Panama, and yes
terday tho service was reduced to ono
train a day.
LANDED AT FIRE ISLAND.
Wynmlus's I'atsencers Pleased
Their Full Itnort,
Fire Island, Sept. 10. It Is apparent
this morning that the alarm of Capt.
Cochran that the "baymon" would assist
tho Sheriff in attempting to gain Imme
diate possession of the island was un
founded. There has been no sign pt
them so far, and the Wyoming's passen
gers have been landed without trouble.
the landing was effected from the Ce-
pheus shortly after 1 o'clock, and tbo
Wyoming's 70 passengers of the first
cabin and 204 ot the second cabin will
remain here until Dr. Jenkins says they
may continue their homeward journey.
Tho trip from quarantine was made with
out startling incident and the passengers
are pleased with the quarters.
The troops now here have been rein
forced by a detachment from the Thir
teenth regiment, Brooklyn,
SOAPSUDS FOR CHOLERA.
Dr. Klruer L.ee's Ouer Treatment Very
Paws, Sept. 10. Dr. Elmer Loo writes
from St. Petersburg to a friend in Paris
that he has Interested the Busstan physi
cians In his "irrigation treatment" of
cholera to such nn extent that the privil
ege ot treating all patients in tho import
ant hospitals has been accorded him.
Dr. Loo says that of all the patients
whose bowels havo been washed out by
his soapsuda none lias died. He it confi
dent that repeated irrigation is the only
sure way tb troat cholera.
RESCINDED THE ORDER.
Naw Yurk Vessels Will Not llu Quaran
tined at Cliurlestnu, S. C
Chableston, Sep. 10. The Board of
Health has rescinded the order requiring
New York steamers to be quarantined
for five days. All that will be required
ot vessels having clean bills of health will
be daylight inspection and fumigation if
The Algonquin from New York arrived
yesterday, and under these regulations
was ullowed to come to her dock. It was
resolved to call upon the State Board ot
Health to establish a land quarantine.
There is no truth in the report that a
cate of cholora h ad occurred here.
Summer llesldents Afraid to ltuturn.
Newj'obt, R. 1., Sep. 10. As tha result
ot the cholera scare in New Y'ork several
of the more prominent summer residents
who belong in that city will remain here
until all danger is over. The Newport
Artillery for tho same reason have aband
oned their proposed trip to New York,
An Appeal for Stricken llauiburc.
Niw York, Sep. 10. An appeal has
been Issued by Germans in this city call
ing for aid tor the stricken city ot Ham
burg, Germany. The appeal is signed by
many prominent and wealthy Germans
residing In this city.
THE BIG ENCAMPMENT
Formal Opening of the G.
Reunion at the Na
CITY FAST FILLING WITH VISITORS.
Clioler Sourt flavlnc Its KlTeet on the
Attendance The Decorutlou Mast
lHuborate President llarrlson CauDOt
lie Present The Great Parade To -me.-
ronr- PrticriuuniA of Kvents.
Wasiiinotov, Sep. 10. Every train tht
enters tho city is eluiply packed with vet
erans and visitors who have coma to bo
present at the 26th annual Encampmont
of the Qmud Army of the Itepubllc. Tha
city presents a mora attractive appear
ance than over before in its history.
The first thing to attract tbo attention
ot the incoming Grand Army visitors is
tho waving Stars and Stripes. No mat
ter whicli way they move the glorious em
blem of the United States and bunting of
all colors meet their eyes.
The decorations all over the city are
elaborate and artistic, business houses
and privato dwellings being well orna
mented. The government buildings, how
ever, show tho most prominent speoi
mens ot the decorator's art. Tho State,
War and Navy building is elaborately
decorated with tho national Hag arranged
in many artistic ways.
The Executive Mansion is handsomely
decorated. From the roof of the porta
cochcre hang festoons ot bunting, while
from tha shield in the centre, rod, white
and blue streamers are drawn to the base
ot the supporting pillars, on each ot
which is a shield bearing an emblem of
one ot tho army corps.
The numerous columns ot tho Treasury
look very bright, each being wrapped
with a large United States flag. Each
apex of tbo cornices bears a military de
vice outlined in electric lights, and at
either entrance stnnds a column dritped
In the national colors. Tho Department
ot Justioo is prettily decorated, numerous
flags being festooned on its front.
Another very handsome bit of decora
tion is seen in the Pension Hall, where
the Grand Army encampment is to be
entertained Thursday night. This build-
lug, while from the exterior one of tho
ugliest ever designed by architects, is
very handsome within and susceptible of
very effective decorations. Tho building
Incloses an immense court, roofed over
with skylights and Bide lights, with a
fountain in the centre and rows of im
mense columns on the four sides of a
square supporting the balconies above.
These columns rise to the roof, where
they are joined by small arches. Thesu
columns below the first balcony are each
decorated with a shield surroundod by
flags, and a similar decoration is placod
about each column from balcony to bul-
cony. Tho shields on the first floor bear
the names of prominent officers ot the
war, and above the first balcony tho
names of famous battles. Across tho
front of the balconies, connecting the cen
tral figures of the decorations, are fee- ,
toous of red, white and blue. j
No decoratious extend across Penn
sylvania avenue, tbo purpose being to
leave that broad street clear from all ob
structions to the view. But at the cross
ings of each side street where it enters
Pennsylvania avenue there are hung
elaborate decorations of flags nnd shields.
The public buildings aro draped from
column to column and across the win
dows with Immense American flags, nud
some bit ot redr white and blue is dis
played from every available spot along
the great puhlio thoroughfare. Wires
have been strung on both sides of Penn
sylvania avenuo from the Capitol to
Washington Circle, past the White
House, nud at short intervals electrlo
lights will illuminate the surroundings.
The grand stands for the President and
the Commander-ln Chief of the Grand
Army are of artistic design nnd are very
elaborately and beautifully decorated.
The stand for tha Commander-in-Chief
of the Grand Araiy is In front of the War
Department, and is larger and more mas
sive in appearance than that provided for
the President, In a modified way it rep
regents a fortress, with embattlements.
The structure is in a solid color, having
the appearance of heavy grey Btone, and
the decoration of flags is hung about it
In such a manner as to distinguish tha
decorations from the structuro, making
the effect more artistic and impressive.
There will also be shields, pennants and
Indications are apparent to-day that
the number of visitors to the Encamp
ment will not be quite so large as wus an
ticipated, but there will be enough here
to easily make good the claim ot the
committees that It will be the largest re
union of old soldiers and their friends
held in this couutry since the war, Tho
falling off .in the attendance Is a
crlbed to the fear ot danger from run
ning the gauntlet ot cholera In Now
York, as it Is most noticeable from the
North and East.
This morning occurred tho parade pro
ceding the dedication ot Grand Army
Place. It was reviewed by the Vice
President and other officials.
The programme tor the remainder of
the day is:
12:80 p. m. Dedication of Grand Army
Place (White lot), with addresses by Vice
Presldont Morton und Grand Commander
iu Chief Pulmer,
2 p. m. Meeting of Department Com
manders; meeting of Board of Directors
National Women's Belief Corps.
S p. m. Drill by National Fenclbles,
prize wluuers at tho Omaha encamp
ment. 7 p. m. Meeting of Council of Admin
istration. 8 p. m. Camp lira of Sheridan posts,
O. A. B.j reunion ot tho Twelfth, Four
teenth and Twenty-second Corps and
8:80 to 11:80 p. m. Reception to W. O.
It., ladies of the G, A, It,, and other or
ganizations ot patrlotla women, by the
ladies of the Department ot the Potomac,
beaded by Mrs, John A. Logan. For
this affair the rotunda ot tho Capitol
hs been gorgeously decorated.
The wry k ot the encampment that Is,
the business which brings them togathar
each yeat: will bo doue on Wednesday
and Thursday, but the great day, the
great celebration ot the occasion, will be
to-morrow and to-morrow night. From 10
o'clock in tlio morning until the sunlight
fades a line ot veterans will inarch down
Pennsylvania avenue from the Capitol
past the White House iu grand review.
They will inarch iu double lino, and rep
resent im nearly as well fed and well
dressed peaceful veterans can the scene
ruueted at the grand review ut the close
f the war. With flags' nnd patrlotla
emblems on every hand, with hundreds
of bands and drum corps and trumpeters
playing martial airs, the veterans, bear
ing ilags, some ot which wero riddled nnd
torn in battle, will follow the line of
march of the grand review. As they pass
the southeast corner of the Treasury they
will bo greeted by the voices of n thou
sand children singing patriotic airs.
To-morrow night will be the grand fire
works display. This will occur in tho
Monument Grounds near tbo Washington
Monument. In addition to the usual
display of bombs and rockets there will
bo representation of shells bursting as in
battle, a salvo of bombs like artillery and
three very elaborate set pieces. In one of
the set pieces will appear the national
Capitol in a glow of light, beneath which
will bo inscribed in letters of fire "Wash
ington Welcomes tho Nation's Heroes. "
Another will represent portraits ot
Grant, Sherman and Sheridan, with tho
eagle holding branches ot laurel over
their heads. The third piece will repre
sent a sailor and n soldier shaking hands
over n stand of colors draped over cannon,
with G. A. It, emblazoned over their bonds,
nnd u monitor and fort belching volumes
of fire and stnoko in the background. At
tho samo time rockets and Iloman candles
nud red lights will bo burnt In all parts
of the city.
On Wednesday will bi tho meeting ot
the encampment at Albaugh's
Opera House, the convention ot tho
Woman's Belief Corps, parade ot
the Union Vatcrnu Legion and
a largo number of corps meetings during
the day. On Thursday thero will be any
number ot camp fires, conventions and
receptions. But tho features ot tho day
will bo the reoeptlon ot the encampment
in tho Pension Office Building in the
evening. On Friday there'' will bo ex
cursions to Mount Vernon and elsewhere,
camp fires, reunions and receptions.
THE CRISIS PASSED.
Frobabla that Mrs. Harrison Can Soon Tlo
Iteinoved From Loan Lako.
Loon Lake, N. Y.,Sep. 10. The criti
cal period in Mrs. Harrison's illness has
passed and there are no signs of a re
newal of the dangerous complications
that brought her so near to death's door
a few days ago. She has not improved so
much, however, that all danger is past,
for there is yot the main disease to com
bat. Dr. Gardner told a reporter this morn
ing that tho crisis was over, and that the
patient could now be treated without the
great danger threatened by the accumula
tion of the w it -ry substance In the oavlty .
of tbo pleura. " rliis danger," said Dr.
Gardner, "has pn- -U and there are no
signs of a renewal of tho substanco, thus
removing tliu necessity for another opera
tion." Tlio three operations which the pbysi
claus mado to draw off tho fatal fluid
were successful, but, In each case, tho
patient suffered somewhat from shock, i
and the physicians are apprehensive ot
a reappearance of the fluid.
Now, that the crisis is over, the advisa
bility of removing Mrs. Harrison from
hero is being considered. She is exceed
ingly anxious to be taken to Washington,
and it is believed by Dr. Gardner that
with a partial renewal of strength his
patient may be safely removed from
Ioou Lake within u week or two.
TO A CALIFORNIA JUDGE.
TVhltvluw Itehl's Nleru Soon to lis Mar- ,
lied ul Ophlr lfttrul.
CEDAnviLLE, O., Sep. 10. Friends of
Whitelaw Reid hero aro just in re-1
celpt of the following invitation: I
"Mr. and Mrs. Whitelaw Held request '
the pleasure of your company at the
marriage of their niece, Miss Ella Spencer
Held, to Judge Ralph Chandler Harrison,
ou Thursday, Sep. 27, at 12:30 o clock, at
Onhir Furin. Rye, N. V.
Miss Reid has lately returned from a
protracted visit to tha Pacific coast,
where she met Judga Harrison. Her en
gagement was kept a secret until the oc
casion ot Mr. Raid's recent visit to his
mother at Cedarville. Mls3 Reid has beon
a member of her uncle's household for
several years, being his favorite niece.
He has been extremely devoted to her,
partly dua to the fact that she is a
Judge Harrison Is a native of Callfor-
nia, where he occupies a high standard in
the opinions of his acquaintances.
u middle aged man and bis fiance
years ot age.
Cnlorsil l'reucliar Worklue Wanders.
Wilkksdarius, Pa., Sept. 19. Rer.
John Warmau, a colored minister, is
creating a beusatlon here by many alleged
mi... et infirm unrl nlflf nnnnln f.rnwna
cures ot infirm and sick people,
with every kind ot physical
gather In his church. He lays his hands
on the afllicted and then offers up a
prayer. It Is said that two men who
were oripples for twenty years throw
away their crutches and walked away.
Paralyzed women have been restored to
health and other wondorful euros have
been effected by the minister.
Death of u Kaaley Patient.
WniTK Plains, N. Y Sep. 19.-
M. Utirtts, '.!'.! years old, n graduate of tho
White Plains Keeley Iustltuta is dead, in I
the Middletown Iusano Asylum, where be
was committed1 ou Sunday last as insane,
llurtls was well known at White Plains,
and moved in high social circles. Ha
formerly resided at Scardale, where he
married a daughter of Mr. Geo. Willets,
a wealthy farmer. He was associated an
ix partner with his cousin in a large coal
and feed business at Larchmont-on-the-Sound.
llrowneU In Ijkr Michigan.
CmoAQO, Sep. 19. By the capsizing of
a rowboat in the lake, near the foot of
10th street, in the afternoon, three peo- !
pie were drowned. It is believed that )
one of them was Joseph Zeller, a car re-
5alrer, whose homo was at Matteson, 111.
'he other two were women. None of the
bodies have been recovered and tho Identi
ty of tha women has not been learned.
8lr Aucustus Harris's Naw Prams,
London, Sep. 19. The presentation at
the Drury Ijuio Theater ot Sir Augustus
Harris's Hurting drumu suggested by tho
hobbling of the Duke ot Westminster's
Ormo last spring, was well received. Tho
villlan of the pluy Is thwarted in his pur
pose to pn:,m the first favorite for the
Orund National und by mistake poisons
bis own horse, the second tavorlte.
AdmltTrin Our. l-'lowur Contributed.
Nw Yohk, Sep. 10. At Democratic
headquarters it is admitted that Oov.
' Flower hud contributed a check to tha
campaign fund but the exact amount
I would not be stated.
DR. MILES ($lj$
Stftsaa fcOHaBBeWKsB ill amwwmm
I, mro Is nothing like tho RE3TORATIVE
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K.MICES, to euie all nervous diseases, as
Koadache, tho Rluoe. Nervous Proatru
'cn, SIcepleesnosGf fiouralgln, St. Vitus
t't noo.ri'iJtindHyaterla. M.mj- pl-y'Mana
i -o It In tlelr practice, and say the rep Uti are
' rf.il. Wo U.vvo hundreds of teM i I Is
i.j vo iromdrupt'lsts. Vo hnvenoTerlii -urn
-t i!n: Mi" It " Snow & Cn., Byncu-ic, I' V.
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iraiAJL HGTiTLE FUSES.
NATION. . - --. t'iM.
our EYE SPEOSALEST
wm bo m SHENANDOAH,
Wednesday, Sept. 28,
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Trom 8 30 A. M to 5 I. Jr.
Persona who bnvo hotyluolie or whose eyea aro
cnUHttii discomfort nhould full upon our Specialist,
and tney will receive tiuelligent ami BlclllfulaU
ipntion IS j) CIlAUliH to examine your ejeti.
livery pule of gltuuteM oriierml Is guamntetil K ba
QUEES1 & CO-
Oculists mid Opticians,
10IO C'lltlTSUTHr., I'lIII-A.
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Ohapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Etc
Removes and Prevents Dandruff.
mm Russian soap.
I -peciallv Adapted for Use in Hard Watei
The success of this Great Cough Cure It
without a parallel in the history of medicine.
All druggists are authorized to sell it on a pen
Hive guarantee, a test that no other cure can suc
cessfully stand, i nat it may Decome known,
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placing a sample uollie free into every home
in the United States and Canada. If you have
a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use il, for
it will cure you. If your child has the Croup,
or Whooping Cough, use it promptly, and rebel
. f , A .1 -
is sure. If you dread that insidious disease
Consumption, use it. Ask your Druggist for
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$1,00. If your Lungs are sore or Rack lame,
use Shiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cts.
For sale by O. H. Hagenbuch.
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A troubbsome skin disease caused
me to scratch for ten montli?-,ai dv.is
uirad by a few day use of j3j
'wa cured ftoTOOyearsairoof White Swc'i ng
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