Dr. Sallis Randall

The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
October 29, 1896, Page 8
Transcribed and submitted by: 

“ Kingston.”

Death of Dr. Randall.

An Atlanta Physician Dies at the Farrior House.

About two weeks ago Dr. Sallis Randall, of Atlanta, came to Cartersville, and engaging board at the Farrior house, he opened an office, and advertised quite extensively by the use of circulars, offering consultations free, and prescribing a medicine which he sold at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle.

He had been here only a few days when he was attacked with inflammatory rheumatism, which seemed to give way to treatment, and he was out in town on Wednesday. The attack was renewed on Thursday, probably by the exposure of the day before, and ended in his death on Friday.

His remains were carried to Atlanta Friday afternoon for burial. He was forty seven years old.


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