OCR Interpretation


The Vinton record. (M'arthur, Vinton County, Ohio) 1866-1891, July 24, 1873, Image 3

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85038222/1873-07-24/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

SPECIAL NOTICES.
JMK
)X(
To close out balance of
this season's stock, I
offer all my Fans at
much less than cost.
Sample orders solic
ited, s. c. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
2jul 1873
FfiUIT J RS
. AND
JELLY ULAfeSE.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 FAINT ST11ET.
UlIILLICO TIIE,01IIO
INVITE the attention ef merchants .nil fur
naoeinen to ih buye .lock of I lie above ar
ticle. jut received. We will Bell at t ie very
low tn (Inure, to the trail. Order .aliened
'nit promptly attended o. lMul
N.J. BOWERS,
ilESlDEiVi' DLM1ST,
McArtliur, Ohio.
particular attention given to the treatment
of th natural teeth.
J. P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnace
lueu of Vinton county, a superior stock
xk Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. Iveptiy
Notice to Teachers.
THE MOAKD of School Examiners
Tor Vinton County will moot at the
Union School Home, in Mc Arthur, on
the Int. and 3rd Saturdays uf March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the let Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
uutinations to commence ttt tun o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
In oral character will be required in all
cafes. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law froth each applicant.
M. It. ISA It Ed t'h'il lleiiril of
J.S. lllJIJW V School Ex-
. L. O. PKUL'UB, Cl'k, ) aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
Forth Biliernil,Cure ol the Erringand Un
fortuuateoii I'rim-i if Clirintiao
Philanthropy.
Kssnya on (tie Krror. of Vouth, ami the foN
lire ol Age, in relation lo Murriiiga mi. I Corinl
Evils, Willi Miniimy ail tor tho utttlcted
Sent free, In mI I envelopes; Addrc-i,,
H.iW.tKM A4SJC1.1T10N, Uoxl. I'I.iujI
plna, I'a. .
M'ARTHUa ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0.0.. F.
ja-aaa-' 1) KOIM.AR Meetinuaorihis En-yv'r-
lV aniimeiit will heriiiller lie
V?3r? h"ll "" "ie second I""'
"jtpkV Weilm-editf evrnliuie ol eneU
wnntk. Hiitnarvli n -t lir ena-aiiiptiiriii
uJin may oh visiting om own are invited to
Miaud. A A HON Wll.t , C.I'.
Jim T. Riraa, 8.
MiMrthur. r'eli'v 17, 1870.
Q
M
H
$
m
o
a
7j
ml
o , 1 rl
n i
I
sua
2 P
c I
15
o
v.
rf
0
-
1 I
C
tea
Q
O
o
0
H
H
0
WANTED
tS'a will itiva nitu and
i ollieu
Business that will Pay.
front fi to IS per day, can be pumied In J our
own neiuhlMithooil; it i. a, rnrti I'liaitcu lor
thoneout ol employment or hnrin Ui.nre
lime, jiirla and tioy. Ireu,iieu tly do n a ell pa
men. Particular, free.
J. 1ATIUM A (il.,
ajultiw 292 Watibingion M., Buxton, Mm...
THE VERY 3$T PLAN
Hy wlikh you can oliiain life insuran !e in the
low premium, II cmh, Mock plon. Hriiriu.ii
c lh laruexl ainouut of ineiirnn-e for a Kl,m
sum of money, .'he contract pl.iin and
ile8oi'e, without coinulira.lon, myctcry or
uncertainty. The policy la alaruy. worth it
nee, the premium ieer inoreavea. It 11 Ilia
niofl itief.u.'U)r and economical plan Tor i!ub
in.iiranl. 'I tie Travrk-r. li.Mnenri' i mpa .
9 7, of Harllord, Conn., grants life inrurunce
npon thia eicrlleol plan. It. eecunty ie un
ueetioned. Apply lo any ai(eni, or -end lor
circular.
WORKING CLASS .r,.
jtuaranunfd. MeptH.tuiH eiiifiloyiiient at
Jiomo, day or eirejiisx; no capital lequiled;
full in.trnriinna ani4 vnluable packav o
j-ooda Mint free by mini .tidi,m wtiheis
cent return .1 .mn. 4. ITol'NU A ro , 176 re
I urn atamp, A), JofJiN U CO, moreeuwich
tt., fi. y.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Seizure of Tobacco.
A seizure of tobacco was
made here last week on infor
mation furni9lied by John P.
Dunkle. Il seems that Mr.
Dunkle had bought of Barbour
& Stout, Cincinnati, a twelve
pound box ot Gilt Edge smok
ing tobacco, purporting to be
done up in iwo ounce packages,
making ninety-six packages to
Ibe box. On opening the box
an odd package was iound, aud
knowing this to be wrong a
count was made when it was
ascertained that there were but
eighty-five packages, each
bearing a two cent stamp,
making $170 in tax. The
weight was found to be lull
twelve pound?, but the revenue
was defrauded by the deficit
of eleven packages, lor which
of course no stamps were used
aud the dealer deprived of
his profit by the same deficit.
Oa ascertaining the condi
lion ot the box Mr. Dunkle
wroto to 13. & S. lor an expla
nation, but the reply being un
satisfactory he reported the
whole matter to Col. B. F.
Coatts, Collector, who caused
the tobacco to be seized. Since
its seizure we have heard it
stated that not only was the
revenue delrauded by the pack
ages fulling short in number,
but that which purpnrled to
have been paid, was only paid
in part, being stamped at six
teen instead ot twenty cents
per pound, so that the while t lie
box should I) live paid legally
2.40,i t paid but 1.70, as before
statd
We pref-iimr- the whole mat
ter will bo investigated by the
United Sta'.es Court. Messrs.
Barbour & Slout have herel -lore
enjoyed a good reputation
us business men, which will be
badly damaged unless a satis
factory explanation can be fur
nislied in a thorough legal examination.
Somk lime aiiico we staled
th at inlormalion had reached
here that I'eurly O. Brown a
former resident ot Mc Arthur
hud left his later residence,
NoMe county, Illinois, leaving
a considerable HUiount ot in
debtedness, and taking with
him about $20000 winch had
beeii entrusted lo him by par
ties to buy stock. Th report
was brought here by 6eveiul
rilizens ot this county who
hud been visiting in Illinois,
was current talk on ttie sirreis
at lite time ol publication, and
was apparently wholly reliable.
Mi. Biown writes us Iroui Yu
ba City, Ciil, and desires us
lo say that the report is untrue
except that he left u consider
able amount of indebtedness
at Noble.
We neglected last week to
notice the tact that a Mr.
Brown, an ex-Sheriff of Jack
son county, that home of Mack
ley and the sanctified, came
over to McArlhur gloriously
drunk, staid so a day or two,
and before he got away, at
tacked Mrs. Ross, a worthy re
spectuble lady with a knile,
givii.g her a slight cut on the
forehead. Sue screamed, when
he broke and ran. lie was ar
rested, put in jail until be was
sober enough for trial, whence
was taxed fine and costs
$3260, for bis little pleasant
ries. As theStandard would say,
hurry up those missionaries.
Capt. Jones lust his fine bug
gy horse this week by epizo
otic. Mr. Owen Dowd lost one
of his horses last Friday, very
suddenly, probably lrora sun
stroke, the animal dropping
dead in the field while plowing
Eagle Furnace commenced
work about four weeks i go and
is making about fourteen tons of
iron per day. 11 ope expected to
go in blast last week.
Tub McArlhur Brass Sand
will give an open air concort,
to morrow, (Friday) e veiling,
in lfont ot the Court House
Come out and bear them.
A Chapter of Accidents.
Last Thursday morning at
2:43 a westward bound freight
train ran into the rear of an
other freight bound iri the
same direction at the cut just
east of Vinton Station, kill
ing Edward Brown, a fire
man who was in the caboose
of the Iront train on his road
to Chillicothe to report for au
ty, and N. M. Mackawaie, a
brake man on the same train.
The altachees of the front train
claim to have been in motion
at a speed ot about eight miles
an hour, when they were struck
by the rear train, which con
trary to the regulations of the
road was running at a speed
probably of thirty or forty
miles per hour, the outside
limits of the regulations bat
ing fifteen miles.
Coming at this rate of speed,
and the morning being so fog
gy that lights could be seen
only at a Bhort distance, there
was no chance to slacken
speed until the rear engine
struck the caboose of the front
train, dashing it to splinters,
and making a jump to the
right bank ol the cut of about
forty feet, when the weight of
the heavy train forced it com
pletely around until it faced
toward Zileski, (he point they
were coming from, and bury
ing Brown aud Muckawaie in
the wreck.
Brown was gotten out in a
short time, but Mackawaie
was under the locomotive,
which was lying on its side
against the bank in such a way
that it was impossible to re
move him until it could be
lifted olT of him. The engine
belonging to the wrecking par
ly, having been dispatched to
Zileski for tools, bad some ol
its machinery disabled, aud
hud to slop until about six
o'clock in the evening for re
pain. In the meantime a
Uniporary truck was built
around the wreck to pass pas
senger trains, and a large
crowd of citizens two hun
dred, or more gathered at the
s;ene.
Wliilo awaiting the arrival
ol the engines from Zaleski,
and fearful ot accidents to
some of the crowd Irom break
ing of ropes and chains in lilt
ing the locomotive, Messrs
Lankester and Moshtr, who
hud charge of the working
party, caused them to talk as
though they were going to
jU t work until next morning,
hoping the report would thin
out ttie crowd. It did to a
small extent, hut those remain
ing became rather demonstra
tive, and indulged in some
very wild and foolish threats
ol what liny would do unless
the body of Mackawie was im
mediately removed from the
wreck. In due time the loco
motive arrived, the disabled
one was removed, the body re
covered, and ve presume oar
demonstrative friends congrat
ulated themselves on a victory.
A little knowledge on the
part of the citizens of the
mode of the company in clean
up wrecks would have bottled
all their excitement. A party
working at a wreck never quits
it for rain, snow, heat, cold,
darkness or bllier cause until
the last Splinter is refiloved.
In this base it was after one
o'clock the next morning be
fore the party quit work.
The bodies of the men were
apparently but little bruised.
Brown was sent to Athens,
where he was placed in charge
of an undertaker and prepared
to be sent to his friends iu Col.
umbus. Mackawai's body was
similarly trerted at Chillicothe
for removal to Philadelphia.
Everything was done in care
and removal that it was possi
ble to do.
Mackawaie had $67 04 in his
pocket. The Democratic Coro
ner ot Vinton county was pres
ent, and, we are informed, had
indulged too freely in the ard
ent for his own good, tie
kindly volunteered to take
charge ol the money, but Mr.
Lankester quietly Informed
ftnrj i but fi4 "didn't thilk ha
would; that the company
would be responsible lor its
sate transmittal td his friends.
We have strung out the ac
count of this acciderit to con
siderable length because there
are a thousand erroneous rum
ors ailnat in regard to the mat
ter, and becausb the Enquirer
in its account of the accident,
without hav.ng the courage to
name him, casts unjust reflec
tions upon Mr. Lankester. Mr.
L is a gentleman of fine feel
ing, has worked for the M. &
C. company a number of years
in almost every position, is
popular with all the employ
ees, with whom he stands num
ber one as a clever, humane
gentleman.
Ou the day following Ibe
above described accident, a
buggy upset at Vinton Station
with Win. bry and Edward
Clark. Mr. Clark was pretty
badly hurt aud is still confined
to his bed. .
On the same day Mr.Stottle
meyer, the manufacturer of the
Bitters of tlm name, a kind of
a medicated whisky, careless
ly stepped off the Ireigh t plat
form at llamden and broke his
ribs.
On Saturday night as Mr.
Tibbet, one of the traveling
tgents for the Champion Mow
ing Machine, was driving from
the Station in company with
Mr. Nelson llichoi'ind, the
team ran away, starting on the
hill just this side of the Station
and stopping in front of the
McArlhur House. The horses
were badly bruised and the
buggy a perfect wreck.
On Monday Mr. Tibbets in
company with Alf. Sry 'started
for McArlhur Station, but the
team ran away, throwing Mr.
T. out, bruising him consider
ably, so that he has been co; -fiued
to his room most of the
time since. This makes five
accidents to life and limb in
our county during the past
week rather more than our
share.
Attention is directed to the
advertUement of C. F. Dufcu,
Jeweller, Chillicothe, in another
column. .Mr. Dufeu probably
carries a larger and finer stock of
goods in his line than any house
in this section of the State, be.
sides manufacturing largely to
order, and persons may deal
with him with a perfect assur
ance that his goods are just as he
represents them. (Jive him a
oill. It will pay you if you
want anything in his line.
Capt. Armstroxo, of the
Iioss County Register, made us
a fhort visit this week. He
came over to get a whiff ol
pure air, and carried his cus
tonary armament one coat
pocket full of red hot,,gubersr'
fresh from the Pea Nut Bazar
and the other lull of quinine
pills.
Persons wishing Estey Or
gans in Vinton county, can get
them only of J. S. Hulick, or
at the house No. 158 West 4th
street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A Chapter of Accidents. D. H. BALDWIN & Co.
BIRTHS.
In McArtlnir, on the 20th InstnTo
Mr. and Mrs; Frank Mapes, a (laugh
ter. '
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Charles Bray to Margaret Earnhart
Lalayetto Douglas to Mary Jane
All man.
William Graves to Nancy Niswon
gT.
aia"aiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMai
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK $200
Corn 50
Oats 50
Wheat 130.il. 40
Beans , 1503.OO
Potatoes 1.00
Dried Apjleg 75
Dried Peouhes , , 9,00
llav fern J5.no
Hams, country 12 U
" sugar cured 17
Siriokwl fiiUes ,,, 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7 8
l-.ggs , 10
Uutttir. 1 i 15
Lard ti as
Chicken's; 1!V6 20a.25
Hocking dtflt ptr bbf. 2.50
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fisti..; ., 9.00
RioCoflee 2530
Cottee Sugar. .......... .v.. .... 15
Deinarara " 12.15
Cuba . T2
New Orleans Molasses. .. ,. . - .801.00
Sorghum " -.4090
Syrup ,. Tua.1.00
Star Candles, per lb........... .25
Tallow - : 15.120
011 p, country per lb . ChB
t,Lcse ,iib
Chrt. lefif liua ,7gS
Wool V B -40
THE POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE OF THE WEST!
158 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati Ohio,
16
UlfWI
Their .weelneiaa, power and rarielr hure made them th popular 0?nn the world o?er.
THE SIX OCTAVE ORGANS!
With beautiful chjr.ge., great Variety, ejtra range of key board, .flowing tho pUylnt of
Piano Uuaic, trinket I he In erpecial favorilea torparlot n.e.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS
MATCHLESS IN F'ORM.INCOliPARIBLrJ IN WORKMANSHIP
THE FAYOEITE VALLEY GEM i
Tho Demand for these excellent rnedinm priced Piano is such that
nearly every Piano is sold before arrival from the Factory.
LOW PhlfcESFOH CAslf;
Instruments Rented so Ibe Reni Will Pay for ttaetih
"EABY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Our Agent, Mr. T.fl. I1UMCK, wili take plr-a.ure in railing iipon alj paitiea intending lo
uri'hann. Thev will A nil willi him heller iuiIii "emenUi than eluewhere. Wo recomeml him
pun
to iIih ronfiilence ol the people 01 Vinton County.
PIANOS
I .n agent for the anle of
Siiiifii's American,
(.'co. Wood & Co.',
Spang's, and
Slidniugcr tfeCo.'
0 ir, a-.a. isr s.
1 am also agent for
O iCOD & CARR'S,
F. C. LIGHT &CO.'g,
J. F. II All It 14 & lO.'S,
AND URADIIVRY'S PIANOS.
This lial include, all the riiffrrent grade of
piano, ami organ, made, some of them be.
ingexeellen t in.trumenla at very reasonable
price..
During the u on lion or Inngnr, I will offer
Ihe.a instrument" lower than they i-an he el)
Uined eluewhere. I invite my friend, and Iho
imblic generally to examine, the .inclf and
prii'el 01 dealer, in the oil 'inii eliewhere. iU
1 can allord loand will eel! uhenper limn par.
lie. who are at a heavy expense in traveling
about the country wtih waon.ior are paying
eniirmoH" rents and imiirnftee for palatial
Muren Not being ai this expense 1 will give,
pim hanera the beuolil ol that fact m making;
alea.
Oive meaenli nt rrfy realdenne, and I will
guarantee aa'iafarti on in price., durability,
tone and liii.h of all iristrumenta .old. All
in.lriinienta warranted id etery respect far
five year.
Mlnl.trra, diarrhea nnd Haataf
Ncliool. .applied at luweat rate.
JTI. It. llAllNES,
lliijh St., two doors we.t of Mnr'tet,
lOjun McARTHl'R, O,
CLOSING
-OF-
BLAMD
JOSEPH MUM
HAS itFAIOVED his Hardware Store to the roorri formerly dccUpIed by
K D DtJd"e, and proposes hereafter to deal exclusively id
ST 0 YES, TINWARE,
AND-
Mouse Furnishing Q odds
I am closing out my Stock of Shelf Goods,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, ETC.
and will offer good bargains to oasli buyers. Come and see me. You will find
it to your interest to oome before purchasing otsewhore.
ii
Special attention invited to my large stock of beit
WOOD AND COAL COOKING STOVES,
Tinware and House Furnishing Goods, of whioh t keep a larser and better
stock than ever befre, nnd cheaper than can be obtained elsewhere".
rtfruKemeuiber the place. Two doors east of Post O-ffice, McArlhur, Ohio.
12jun JOSEPHS. UUHN.
Just leceifei
Has jiist received his
A large stock, and the richest, most elegant patterns ever Irdught to this mar
ket A latger stock, and better quality than can be band elsewhere in the
county.
THAN80M PAPER.
Special designs for transoms and side lights. New, elegant, obeap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures,
GAKDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the oelehraled soea gardens of D. M. Ferry $ Co.j Briggs & Pro., nnd
the old reliable big ptjokijes fypm Shaker VUhgei
Wfitffl LEAB OF BEST mstis,
-ait-
White and Colored Paints
At SISSON'SDKUG Biry"'
Bstey Ops!
IOjuI
AND ORGANS.
pa
o
P3
CO
fa.
o
o
o
OUT SALE
WAffiM
mixed to order ready for n.
e.f nd blue ViwU.
McArthur Market. NOTICE.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS
NOTlcB i hereby give that Sealed propo'
a. will be received.! the Auditor'. Olfivej
iu McArlhur, Vinton county, Ohio, until J
o'clock, P. M. on -
MONDAY, JULY 28th, 1871
for th bufldtijt of obi
Co tend Dtldjje ibiih Biom Atvtmeuti
if roil Middle Korr of Salt Creek, Hi H.rirJ
on lotfdhip, near Ibe re.ideUce of JOnaihaot
Kay.
Plan Urirl Specltieatloritf
are on Al e for infk-(bi(l at if. Auditor's oU
tire. And the cudnly Coinmisaioaers tiff
hereby luvite
Proposals on any otfter Plan)
Than lliriie on file it 'he Auililor'a Office, ni
Ine option ot bidders, but propoeala on other
plttu. are required to lie Hi!ruinpao,el wilt
pinna and .pfcrith-atinns ettiug forth ihv nun..
ber of .pane, I lie length ot ei.ch, tile ifalure.'
Quality and aim of tile material, to be Ui-eTlif
tile erection of ine aaine. tae elrenth of llVA.
structure when ccirlpl dwl, ilie aoperatecorC
bl the bu lie and aiiperetrurthre and aim whellif
er there I. any patent light on the prnpoer
plan, and if .0 on what pari. If not on the
wbo.e. All propoeala niut be aijoir pininr
Willis bond, with at leaettwn good securities
in double lite amount ol such bid. .
The Coaiihie.ioneis reset va the riijllt to re
serve any or all bide.
by order of the Uommiwiorler. , . ,,
W. W. HELtoktl; .
Auditor Viuton County."
July 3, 1HT3. it
tttntont" Agents wanted! Alf,
JlUUc,,He, f working people, 0?
either x, V ung or old, make mole mone
at work lor ns In ibeir epare mot.ieni., or all
Ilie lime, than anvlhmg else, farlivular. tree:
Addrc.a U. SflN'boM VO.j Porlland.M.ine:
$72 00 EACH WEEK.
Agents wanted everywhere tlil.lne.a .1 ricW
ly Ivglmnate, Paitirulars free. Addreaa I:
wouru.st. Lodis; Mo, ajiliy
J. ROUZER,
llaniifaclurer tit
BTJGfllES, CARRIA&EJ,
-:.Nri-
EXPRESS WAGrONd
Of latest, most fasllionadie tod elegatit styles
Second St., Mear Mulberry
ClilLLlCOTllEa O,
I make it a pflint td do all my work of thd
beat uiaterial, nnd stand efecoud lo none ill
l tiHluy of flni.h or durability. I emplny. nd
interior workmen, there nre no appi.uiird
hova about my ettabliHlunenl. and I ran uni
fail to please any person whs Kanta the lie.t
turnout made in the country. I refer will)
pride to my ouiUmier. thronihout Houtlierd
Ohio a. to le cbnriii'ier of woik coniuif
from my factory, and ifijaranlee all piy cus
tomers perleut eatisl'Ktiod.
AU kind's ot Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order
Call and examine my Stock;
Repairing, Repaiutino;, tiic;
Will receive prompt attedtlou.
1 have constantly s siocit of
SECOND liA-MlJ
Carriages, Busies and Etpresseij
left with me for snle, repaired anX almost ii
good as new, aonle bf therrt
VerV 6MEAP I N D EE rii
Kljttl 1873
FAUTIS FOR SALE,
rt' rIB turn bfl.whirn I now reside In Jara:'-'
J .on township, Pike Cb., O., near eb-frrin:
ville, and rontaining nearly six nundred arreal
Aso my farm in Liberty township, Rosa Ce
ll., and containing about 960 acres. I will sen
either or
BOTH FARMS AT A BARClAi-
For lurlher inlormation rnll on or write trt
rre directed to Omega, fike I'b , (I, The
first farm Is in one nf the most desirable lln
afioqs in (ha to,)vnship- The Isrm in l.itr-"
ty'township if yerr convenient to thedttiO
al Lnniln nderry. MtsON JON
a7fubls?:l
HORSEMEN
WlLL flnd tile Record office .llpp'llHi rMtlt
Ine largest aasortment nf Horse slid Jack
cuts to be found Id fenr olltce lb this r-feoliorf
oftheHtate.
Bills Printed on Stncrt Nbifctl
Spring and
Summei'
STYLES
FEATHER-WEIGHT HAt
-AT-w
MINE A ITS il A STOtt
PAINT STREETi
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
Awr-
Holloway's Oiritirientv
TrjB
won
I hey pnaanss
and expeluo;
system. . . 1 . ....
HOUI.OWAT'S PI f.U consist of a e.refnr
and peculiar admixture f the fines! vegets.'
Ida eitr'(, herns and medioal guina. P..-V
sessing,no.t a grain of mineral in their com
bination', thev never expose .those who mej
their) trt any denser, at any tune or reason
No ! other need hesitate to prnuirirxi them In'
her children, and the most delicate enn.titc
bono can nre them with as grrat a bftieht at
the rnoel vigoron and poaotltti ftamov ' '
HOLLOW AY k 66., Sole Proprietors
78 Maiden Lane, New Yorlt
Ho.lowav'a Pill, and fllntment are snldaf
W eenlaBSX rent, and II per box or rot. V
great .arm n t-uiSU bf bU)tO IbO lrClrf'
Atovismw
raod principle that opefle. Ip Ihesa)
derful ir.eilioinen, (a IKe noaef .tli
in purifying the turgiu; hlo'.'.l,
K the corrupt humors fronV fhe

xml | txt