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The Enquirer.
E-trir-trrn Worn! Storv of Boweu's
Bull, Una-. North aide of Mala Street. Kiixt of
Court House.
J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur,---November 20, 1872.
The larietta & Pittsburg rail
road has been completed to
Cambridge, and the cars are
running to that point The
round-houses of this road are al-
so to be established at the latter
place.
Defeated. -We .regret to learn
that Col. W. M. Grosvenor, of
St. Louis, who addressed the peo
ple of Vinton and Jackson coun
ties during the late campaign;
was defeated for Representative
to Congress, at the 5th of Nov
ember election. The result of
the election is as follows : -
E. 0. Stanard
W. M. UroeTcnor
..B.871
..6,12
Stanard's majority. .
. 143
The great fire in Boston called
into service no less than one
hundred and seventeen steam
fire engines. We may form
some estimate of the awful mag
nitude of the conflagration by
considering the enormous force
that was called into requisition
to subdue the flames ; and even
all this failed, until a resort was
had to gunpowder for Opening
up gaps in the line of buildings,
across which the fiery flood could
not pass.
The advance force on the
Railroad is about three miles be
yond Vinton, or near Niles' Sum
mit. This summit is much lower
than others upon which the
hands have been at work, conse
quently will require less time
and labor than either the Glenn,
Heatley or Cherington Summit.
This completed, the finishing of
the road to the county line will
take but comparatively little time
or labor. Gallipolis Journal.
How to Pay for Your Paper.
The editor of the Waverly
Republican addresses the follow
ing to the subscribers of that pa
per :
"Wanted In payment for the
Republican, greenbacks, or gold
and silver. If we can't get such
pay, we will gladly take corn,
wheat, oats, flaxseed, potatoes,
apples, hay, butter, eggs, chick
ens, pigs, hogs, heef cattle and
sheep ; nor would we refuse but
ter, hickory, walnut, hazle or
chestnuts. If farmers have any
thing else to sell, not above
enumerated, which they raise or
produce, let them bring it to
this office for what they owe us
on account ol the Republican.
New subscribers served in the
same way."
Let the subscribers to the Mc
Arthur Enquirer do likewise.
How easy it is to pay the small
sum of one dollar and fifty cents
each year for the Enquirer.
How the Grant Papers
Abuse Liberals.
The Grant papers are now
abusing the Liberal Republicans.
Speaking of J. F. Farnsworth, a
member of Congress from Illi
nois, the Pittsburg Dispatch, a
bitter Radical paper, sustained
by the Grant corruption fund,
says:
John F. Farnsworth is de
feated m the Fourth Illinois
Congressional District, and no
one but himself will regret it.
For years he has been honored
by the Republican party, and at
the nominating Convention he
was a candidate, but was not
chosen. Thereupon he discov
ered that the Republican party
was "corrupt," and he plotted
for and secured the Democratic
Liberal nomination under the.he
lief he would carry enough of
his old friends with him to re
turn him to Congress. He has
been soundly beaten and the re
sult shows that he no longer ex
ercises any influence. The peo
pie of his district have no more
respect for a traitor to principle,
than have those of Pennsylvania
for Curtin, Forney and M'Clure,
or those of Massachusetts for
Sumner and Banks. Farns
worth, and those worthies, with
IrumbnLI, may consider them
Belves out of politics, out of
pocket, and out of the esteem o
their fellow-citizens.
STAND FIRM !
Stand firinl. In the might ol
true manhood stand erect-1 Hold
up your heads Liberals!... Belie
roic in spirit Show 'determina
tion in looks and lips. .Be reso
lute of will. Bo cheerful and
fearless. The true conquerors
are not those who win but those
who ought to win. To the nom
inal victors belong the spoils,
to the real victors , belong the
honors. Principles are eternal ;
men change. Truth endures :
parties perish..' : Questions of
right and justice are not ques
tions of numerical majorities.
Rabble majorities demanded that
Christ should bo crucified, that
St Stephen should be stoned,
that Aristides should be ban
ished, that Socrates should
drink the poisoned hemlock.
Majorities settle nothing except
where numerical or physical force
preponderates. The hearts that
have humanity in them and the
heads that have wisdom may be
on the numerically weaker side.
Revealed religion," the code of
morals, the Constitution, the sci
ence of government, history, phi
losophy, the principles of hu
manity, define our duties and
settle great questions, not' the
poll books at elections. The re
turns from Bogtown or Branfly
Station are not of higher author
ity than direct commands -from
God on Mount Sanai or from his
son on the Mount of Olives.
Duties enjoined by the Sermon
on the Mount' are ' duties, even
after Cameron ' lias captured
Pennsylvania. The inspired in
junctions of St. Paul are still of
more binding force than the say
ings of St Chandler, St Harlan
and St. Boutwell. The Golden
Rule is the rule to guide Gov
ernments in their dealings with
the governed, as well ' as the
guide of life for individuals. The
road to the White House will
not always lead 'over an open
bloody chasm bridged with green
backs 1 So cheer up friends of
Reform and of Justice, stand
shoulder to shoulder, Year not,
falter not, shrink not;,, -The
right will finally preyaii. . Truth
will ultimately triumph. Justice
will one day be done. Colum
bus Sentinel.
That there were thousands
of American citizens who refused
to go to the polls on Tuesday,
November 6th, and exercise the
right of suffrage, there is not the
slightest doubt, ' and no matter
what disastrous . consequences
may flow from the perpetuation
of Radical rule in the country,
these indifferent ' freemen will
scarcely now complain , of the
condition of affairs which their
refusal to vote in some degree
helped to bring about. , There
was an old Athenian law, which,
under "pain of punishment, for
disobeying it, compelled every
citizen of Athens to take part in
the political questions of .the
day, and required him, in every
election, to vote in favor of one
candidate or the other. Such a
law might, or might 'not work
well here; but if it existed, it
would have the effect of forcing
every man to ' carefully examine
the questions that' ar6se for de
cision among the people, and
would compel him to contribute
his share in the selection of our
rulers . We can readily under
stand that the corruption which
exists in political contests in
this country, created , such dis
gust ' among good.and virtuous
citizens, as to induce many of
them to decline participating in
the strugglosj but surely this is
not the best way. to correct the
evils in . our , political . system.
The time has how eome, when
every one who .wishes to pre
serve our liberties must give
these matters his personal con
sideration, and ' assist! with his
miluence and vote, m.; securing
he election of the best men of
he. Republic to' official' stations.
Baltimore Gazette.
Many of the subscribers to
he Railroad from here to Mo-
Arthur who cannot, .without di
ficulty, command the ready mon
ey to meet the instalments as
they become due, have commen
ced work upon the road, -either
with their,own hands 6r teams,
or both. ' Such examples of devo
tion to advancement can rarely
be excelled. ; Let others whirdo
not feel themselVes" able topay
up their instalments in; cash,
take . their teams.-or ko them
selves upon the road,' and, lend a
helping hand to aid ' in putting
through this, .our common ben
Gallipolis Bulletin.
The Horse Disease.
Cincinnati, Nov. 12. The epi
zootic fis stili .'increasinsr here
On the Seventh, John, Third and
fourth ; street lines the cars are
alji oft:- Pendleton, - Covington
and Vine streetcars are running.
but ..with reduced forces. The
number of drays are much re
duced. ; "A few hack horses are
yet. seen, but.Jn Jhe main have
been withdrawn. Transfer and
beer-wagons are being hauled by
oxen.
The general impression among
our citizens seems to be that had
the Boston fire department not
been . Relayed m reaching the
locality of the fire by a lack of
horses, the calamity could have
been averted, arid attention has
been directed to our fire depart
rrient, which is crippled by the
disease among its horses. Yes
terday the council requested the
board of supervisors ' of the fire
department to place the depart
ment upon an efficient basis,
and last night the board resolved
that each captain of a ' fire com
pany should be instructod to or
ganize, under the direction of the
engineer of the department, a
company of fifty to a hundred
men to draw the apparatus to
and from ' fires,' the men to be
paid for their services.
Later. The' streets are com
paratively empty of horses to
night, i The'disease is spreading
rapidly in a' mild form. Only
four or five deaths have occurred.
Horsbs taken last Friday night
seem to be recovering. Freight
is accumulating at the river and
railroad depots . and trade is in
terrupted greatly. Buyers of
produce and. heavy articles want
sellers to deliver, which the latter
decline. - The American Express
company uses oxen. ' '
Pittsburo, November 12. The
horse disease continues without
abatement, and is seriously in
terfering .with business at the
wharf.
POUGHKEEPSIE,' N. Y., Nov. 12.
The horse disease in this' and
adjoining counties is widespread,
and many horses are dying.
Lung fever follows the disease
in many instances.
Rejoicing.
can see cause ¬
holders and politicians rejoicing
over the . "crushing to' earth" of
"mighty truth," but when labor
ing men are seen glorifying over
the success of these : most cor-
upt party leaders .who legislate
solely and exclusively for the
benefit of monopolists and manu-
acturexs AGAINST LABOR
AND AGAINST TUB INTEIl-
STS : OF ALL LABORING
MEN, it must be true that they
were, led by'excitement or. some
other influence to vote against
their own interests. If the la
boring men voted for easy times
and less taxation, they will, be
fore the expiration - of one year,
dircover their mistake. '
Hampek Foundry. .This foun
dry, which is now owned by an
industrious;, and go-ahead com
pany of 'men, among whom is
Michael FoLEr.late of the Railway
Car Foundry at Zaleski, has been
recently enlarged in every de
partment; and now ' machinery
added to the same, and buBiposs
of all kinds is done on short no
tice, and all work warranted , to
give entire satisfaction." They
are manufacturing a fine lot of
6tovesof every description, which
they Bell at 'much lower prices
than any of the dealers in this
county. They can fit you out
with any description of castings.
Furnace companies would find
it to their advantage to patronize
this foundry. ! Read their adver
tisement in this paper.'1' -
Tae coal tonnage of ,tho Co
lumbus and , Hocking Valley
Railroad Company for; the week
ending October 81st, was ,lp,984
tons-431,DG8 bushels; total for
the .'month of October, 01,150
tons-tl,651,050 bushels. The
total i earnings of the road for
October was $91,423.88. :
Dry Goods are an absolute
necessity in every family, and it
li true that T. A. Mellor, in Za
leski, is underselling, everybody
in that line. It's sol We've
been there to peel ,'V '.' , ,
Dakota territory ; didn't feel
the .' influence of the treasury
money, ''As, a consequence, Bhe
elects' a 'Democratic delegate to
Congress.
Toe number of business houses
destroyed by the late Boston fire
was 930,'and the dwelling and
lodging houses 04. The busi
ness houses were probably the
most elegant, elaborate and cost
ly in the city.
Circleville Live Stock
Market.
Shipping CM tie.
Fuelling Cattle...
Butvhers' stuff...
Hogs
Nlioep.,.i
. 4 WXaA to
.. 8 OOtitA 00
. NtiM 00
. 8 OO&vt 00
Holloway's Villi and Ointment. Dys
pepsia If) the most depressing of human ail
ments. The pills will cure It In ton days! Tho
Ointment is oqunlly lure and speedy In Its ope
ration on sores unci eruptions. Bold 78 Maiden
Lane, N. Y. Price 25 cents per box or pot. Ask
for new style; the old is cotinlorfeited.
DIED.
PISNEY At his residence, one-fourth mile
Eastol I'riittsville, Vinton county, on xucsiiay
mornlnpr, NovembcrlS, 1872, of consumption,
David I'iNNKY, aged about 43 years.
Tho deceased was a useful nnd 'well-known
citizen, and highly respected by all who know
him. lie leaves a nnmberof small children and
many relatives to lament his death. He was
buried with Mason 1c honors, on Wednesday af
ternoon, the 13tli.
DIED. MARRIED :
. t ,
HOLLAND HAWK In McArthur, at the res
luence oi me orvie's parents, on i uesuay eve
ning, November 19, 1872, by Rev. 8. B. Math
ews, Mr. Gkoroiw. Holland, Clerk or the
CourtsofViuton County, elect, and Miss Doha
Hawk.
"Two souls with but a single thought,
: Two hearts that beat as one."
MONTAGUE WOLTZ On Thursday, Novem-
uer i, Jtsrj, at t o ciocn in we afternoon, at
the residence of the Kditor of this paper, in
McArthur, by Rev. G. V. Pilcher, Mr. Dkn
akd MONTAOCX, of the McArthur Enqxttrtr
ofllce, and Mrs. Elizabeth WdLTZ, of this
town.
Wo wish the happy couple a prosperous sail
o'er
"Life's, dark and stormy ocean,"
And hope ....
"That life to them, will prove a pleasure,
And they to each will prove a treasure.'1
And, wo trust, when they have made their
last earthly imprtmtlon, and done with preti'
wort In this world bolow, and death shall have
put a . to thoir existence, that theirorms, after
being proved and read, will be without an trror;
may be carefully jtutyted and locked In the
cirf of love, and Jtyered upon tho frlsktt of
Redeeming Grace to that great Haven .above
and thereto ttand forever! '
KOREMAX GU8TIN At the Presbyterian
unurcn, in.isowi.aaiz, nooning county, unio,
on .Sunday evening, at 7 o'clock, by Kev. J. N.
McDaniel.of the Christian Church of Rose
villo, Muskingum county, Ohio, Mr. JoHM T.
Forkman, of Vinton county, and Miss
Cynthia A. Gustin. youngest daughter of
Dr. G. W. Gustin, . of New Cadiz.
We regret that we were unable to comply to a
courteous and pressing invitation to be present
on the above occasion.
Mips Adda Griffin, of New Plymouth, afid
Mr. Samuel B. Bat, of McArthur, acted as
brlde's-maid and groom 's-man. .The bride was
handsomely dressed.
After tho marriage ceremony the happy pair
returned to the residence of the bride's parents,
where they met a largo number of friends and
acquaintances. Those who were fortunate
enough to hold Invitations to the house were
anticipating a feast of good things and a rare
season of hospitality, and we were assured that
none were the least mistaken. Dr, Gpstin nnd
his good wife surely wore Impressed with the
idea that they couldn't have a wedding every
year. Tills was not their first effort, however,
but they took Bonsldernblo pride In this affair.
Toeny that tho affair was a success Is like apos
trophizing the ocean with the language of a
Western poet, who cried in a fitting expression
of his feolings, "Prodigious Dampness." He
was inadequate for tho situation. So are we.
Tho largo company partook of a sumptions sup
per from tables more than loaded with hundreds
of only the best tilings. The many guests were
entertahfed until alate hour at night.
On Monday morning th loving couple, ac
companied by the bride's parents, sisters and
others, proceeded to the residence of Mrs. Eliz
abeth SrEonT, a Bister of tho bride, Jiving in
Swan township, six miles north of McArthur,
where they arrived about two o'clock in tho af
ternoon. Here they found a large number of
persona awaiting their arrival, among whom
were G. W. Sibson and wife of McArthur,
Tiiqhas Jounston and wife, and many others
of the neighborhood. It is of course necessary
to say that nt this time nnd place that we, ac.
companlcd by our "better half," appeared
"Amid the scenes of pleasure."
Boon the large number were Invited to dinnor.
Tho substantial and dcllcaoles were almost ,
without end. "Tlis tublo groanod under the
weight," etc., is the common expression, but on
this occasion even tho tables loomed to express
In laughing and smiling and joyous shouts the
comforts, enjoyments and good things in abun
dance they were yielding to others I Around
and away from the tables all enjoyed themselves
how could it be helped? Well, wo can't tell of
"all that was said and done," and we promised
MIssAddir Griffin, Mr. 8. K.' Bat, and Mr.
Thomas Johnston, that we should not mention
their iapQi at all, and we don't Intend to do so
either, because tliey ware so fjiilet and didn't
cause any one to laugh,
Dinner was being served until almost sunset,
when carriages came to convey the bridal party
and a few friends, to the residence of Mrs.
Foreman, mother of tho groom, at which place
they arrived nt about six o'clock. Here were
more loaded tables and more happy people I As
Mrs. Foreman lias nothing In her house too
good for her friends, she continued to generously
entertain the company until late In the eveulng.
It rea)ly seemed to us, although we don't like to
say anything to fho grponi about It, that this
house (which ii entirely now) Wll bull os;
pooinllyibr the many people to cpnprpgata u
and enjoy themselves on this occasion I
We wish the young and loving couple along
life of hRpplneM ud iroporlty May tUolr
married life be an unsullied period of Joy and
peace, as their barque glides o'er the rough bll.
lows and quicksands of Time. Cynthia, may
Heaven smile upon thee continually, nnd may
you prove to the companion of your choice all
thatdovotion and love ran make you, and may
hs prpve hjmsolf to bo worthy of your love aud
constancy, so that both in ay enjoy an tne mess
lugs earth hath to brstoWi ' HUll fnt Heaven
Uolgns to grant you.
May the star of hope nnd duty
Guide you onward down the tide,
! ' ' And its glorious rny of beauty
Brightly shine on every aide.
May no cloud of care or smlnoxs,
Krordlm the light of love)
, llutumy all be toy and gladnoiis,. .
i As you o'er life's billows nmve.
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'PHE following Preamble and Resolution was
X adopted, aud placed on the records of the
ualllpolis, AloArtnur and Columbus Railroad
Company, on Hnturday, October 6th, 1873, and
will be carried out by the Secretary or the Com
pany from this date, to-wit:
"WHEREAS, Manv Subscribers to the Capital
Stock of the Gallipolis, McArthur and Colum
bus Railroad Company, are in arears in the
payment of tho instalments due on their sub
scriptions, and .
Wuehias, The interests of the company are
suffering; very much on account of said subscri
bers withholding the payment of said instal
ments, thus compelling the company to pay'
interest on indebtedness to men working for the
company on money thus withcld; thorefore, be
Ketolvtd, That Wm. Shober, the Secretary of
tne company, be, and he Is hereby instructed to
demand, and collect interest from all subscri
bers, on all unpaid instalments from the time
they mature, or have matured, until paid,
unless the same shall be paid within ten (10)
days from this date. On motion, unanimously
adopted." Nov. 1J, 1814.
QHEBIFFS
SALE!
O
Stateof Ohio, Vinton County. , ; I , : . '
Miles Ratcliff aud Georgo T. Smith, Plaintiff's,
.-. against
Kesiah Chllders, Defendant. .: -In
Vinton County Court of Common l'leas. Ex
ecution on Transcript.
T)URSUANTto the command of an execution
JT in the above case issued from the Court of
common l'leas or Vinton county, Ohio, aud tome
directed as Sheriff of said county, I will offer at
puuuo saie, at tne iioor oi me uourt House, in
the town of McArthur, in said Viutou ooun-
y, on
Saturday, the 21st Say of December
A. D. 1872, '
At the honr of 11 o'clock A.' M. of said day, the
1 .1 ; i, .i i .. i i 4 . . .
uiiuHiiig iiuauiiuni iiiiiuB auu wneinoDis, situ
ate in the County of Vinton, and 8taU- of Ohio,
in the Chillicotho District, and hnmulpil ami i)a.
scribed as follows, to-wit: , . .
Beginning at a stone on the Section Line at
the South-west corner of the South-east Quarter
oi nwuun r.igni (o,j xownsnip nuinuer Ten (10,1
of Itange Nineteen (19;) thence East Twenty,
four and Fifty Hundredths ($4 50-100) Poles, to
a stake on the Section Line: thence North Thlr.
teen (18) Poles to a stake near tho old bed of
East Creek j theuce West Twentv-four and
Fifty Hundredths (24 50-100) Poles 'to the half
section ivine running isortn irom the nrst men
tioned corner; thence South to the place of be
ginning, so as to contain two acres.
To ho sold as the property of Kesiah Chllders,
to satisfy tin execution issued from the Court of
common pieas lu lavor or Miles Katcliff and
George T. Smith.
Appraised at Soventy dollars (TO,) and must
bring two thirds of that sum.
Terms of Sale Cosh in hand.
DANIEL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton County.
B. D. SniVEl, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Novomber )W, 167S-w
gHERIFE'S SALE I v
Statt of OMo, Vinton County. .
Cornelius Karnes, Plaiutiff,
. against
The Vinton Furnnco Coal Company of Ohio,
Defendants. .
In Vinton County Court of Common Pleas. Ex
ecution. .. .
PURSUANT to the command ot an execu
tion in the above cause, issued from the
Court of Common Pleas of Vinton County, and
to me directed as Sheriff of said .County, I will
offer for sale at the door of the Court House, in
tho Town of McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio,
on
Saturday, the 21it Day of Deoember,
A. D. 1872,
At the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, the
following described premises, to-wit;
A part of the South-west corner of the North
east quarter of Section number Twenty-five of
Township number Elevon (11,) Range number
Seventeen (H.) and especially described as the
tractor land fifty (60) feet in width running
diagonally from a point Twenty-live (25) feet
North of the line surveyed by a W. Stone for a
Itailroad from Vinton Station to Vinton Fur
nace, where said line intersects the west line of
said quarter Section; thence running South
east parallel to said survey but Twenty-live
(25) foot north of said survey which said line
running as aforesaid is to he the center of the
strip or tract of laud heroin conveyed. Also,
three (3) acres aud live (5) rods being a strip of
land Thirty .llvo (85) feet wide from the center
of the Railroad track of (he Vinton Furnace and
Coal Co. of Ohio's Itailrond on each side of said
railroad track from the center locatod In the
North-west quarter of Section number Twenty
live (25) Towushlp number Eleven (11) Range
number Seventeen (17,) iu Vinton county, Ohio.
Also the Hail road Iron and Ties located on the
alwve described real estate supposed to be two
thirds of a mile In length.
Taken as the jirouertv of the Vinton Furnace
it Coal Co. of Ohio to satisfy an pxecutlon issued
from the umresaiil Court In furor of Cornelius
Karnes. .
Appraised nt Three Thousand and Four Hun
dred Dollars (U400,) aud must bring two-thirds
of that sum.
Terms of Sale Cash In hand. 7
DANlrX BOOTH,
Khuriff Vlntnn Cnnittv.
Jno. Mayo ft E. A. Bratton, AtfysforPl'tlff.
xuveiiiucr xu, 1012 ow
WISHART'S PINE TREE
Tar Cordial,
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY,
FOR THK
THROAT AND LUNGS I
It Is irratlMin to us to Inform the nubile
that Dr, I O. C Wishart's Pine Trvs Tar
Cordial, for Throat and Lung IHseanns, has
raineii an envianie reputation Iroin the At
antle to the Pacille roast, and from thenra to
some of the first families or Europe, not thro'
the press atone, but liv parsons throughout the
State actually beue'lllted mid cured at his
olllce, While lie publishes less, so say our re-
luriar, 110 iinu hi sppiiir tus ueinauu. It
gains and huldi i(s repptiitlni)
First, Mot hy stupplng cuugh. but by loos
ening and assUtlng nature to throw off the
uuuuaimy niaiwr coiiwkmi snout the throat
aud bronchial tubes, vhUih oiiimu irritation..
nuconu, it removes tna cause or Irritation
which produce! cough) of the mucous intra,
irane and bronchial tubus, asslsu tha luuirs
to act and throw off the unhealthy secretions,
and purines the blood.
mini, it Is rre from S(iillls,llwlla, Ipecao
and opium, of which most throat aud lung
remedies are coinuoMid. which' allnv nnvh
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Vinegar Bitters are not a vile Fancy Drink,
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title, called "Tonics," " Appetisers," "Restorers,"
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For Bkln Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt.
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11 le aoi upon tne Healthy elements ol the body tliat
worms axist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
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Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will
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this tak a dose of Walkik's Vinsgas UiTTsas ones
nvica a an., mm a rreveniive.
Billons, Remittent, and Intermittent
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of the stomach, snd great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged ap with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
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dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are
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Scrofula, or King1 Evil, White Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Af
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Dr. Walker's California Vluegai- Bit lets
act on all these cases in a similar manner. Hy purifying
the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving sway
the effects of the inflammation (the tubercular deposits)
the enacted parts receive health, sud a permanent curs
is effected.
The properties, of Da. Vai.kh' Viwrcas
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Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counler-Irii- ,
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Their CouateHrriiant influence extends throughout
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Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in ilia sacra- ,
lion of bile, and US discharges through the biliary ducia,
Snd ars superior to all remedial agents, for Ilia cure of
Bilious Fever. Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify tli body attain! dlnease bv purl
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rlemic can lake hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, th stomach, tht bowel., the kidneys, ami the
nerves ar rendered disease-proof by this great Invig
orsnt, , ,
Directions. TaVe of the Diners on ghing lo bed
at nigh) from half to one and nne-half wincRlaufull
Kal good nourishing food, such aa beefseak, mtitlmi
chop, venison, roaut beef, and vegetables, and lake
out-door M-ercis. They are composed of purely veget
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