HAGERSTOWN, AUG. 22.
Our town continues in the enjoyment of an unusual amount of good health. We have had but two cases of Cholera since our last publication— one a laborer from the canal, in the southern extremity of the town— the other an aged man in the neighborhood of the hospital. — No alarm exists among our citizens. The health of the county is generally good; and even long the line of the canal, we learn that the cholera has nearly disappeared. — Torch Light.
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