No new case of Cholera has occured in town for more than two weeks— the laborer from Halltown, who brought the disease with him, is dead— and we can again pronounce our village almost entirely free from sickness of every sort. At Halltown and neighborhood, there have been five deaths since our last report, viz: Miss Weisinger— Charles Bird, a laborer — a negro woman of Mr. Robert Ridenour’s — a valuable negro man belonging to Mr. Garnhart — and a black boy who had been at work on the road. — The sick, we learn, are convalescent.
In Winchester, a death from cholera occurred on Saturday week— a laborer from Halltown. The general health is good.
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