gIUYr DECEMBEIt.SU, 1881.
.... nft.-r the 1s t day of January,
tlie subscription ju ice of Jie Watch-l-Aill
be as follows : V
Oue vcur lail advance, i.au
Look t for New
Year callers they
Col Bfo: of the Hoyden House, serv-
hi bowlers wii a fine Snias dinner.
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A Mfie f tho order of Knights of Pa
Jaa tor be, organized here soon.
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Petitions arc pouring in totneinbers
,r!yin? Congress to pass an Act regulating
' The' Odd Fellow will give ii enter
iainmeiit to a few friends in their Hall
en iiday fiigltt. ,
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' The deniontttiatioiT, or rather the over
jfloW of Christmas joy, found veutin fiie-
Saturday " uieht. The sti eeta
ajsre at timet ablaze.
CiVkistmas tveek baa been a spell of
Ipril weather, V had white frost Mon
Jamuruiug witli a little ice in exposed
place! f but since theii ilie tevipeniture
hhaa bees mud and pleasaiu ouiy a
jitttojtottjuueh dampness. -
P"The colored people of Ken"an -have
made arranseiuents for celebrating next
Mondav. January 2d, as Emancipation day.
it js expected to make it a very grandToc-
casion. the exercises decupjing the day and
part of the night. roiular orators will de-
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Mr; Bnerbanm did the handsome- thing
jky his cferk, Mr. Thos. liaiuey, in "pre
senting him on Christmas day with a
fcaodsoine .'vol nine of Shakespeare, bound
fa sheep, wftJi the following inscription :
''Accept this as a token for faithful ser
vices, fidelity and ever watchful care.
Believe in the- confidence and esteem of
Yoar trulyr Tjiki. Bl kkbalm.77
JlHi e a k E xt e ut a i x m ex t . La s t n igh t ,
at theircidence of Rev. J. Rumple, the
pupils of Mrs. Rum pie's music school, as
MitaJ by Miss Rumple, Mr. E. B. Neave,
and severni .others, entertained quite a
Doaitef of friendsu with some very line
pu'iic, vocal and instrmnental,
Prof. Evans proposes (see nd.to open
bis vocal school ou next Wednesday eve
uiu This Ume with the view of giving
I jgr&ndconcert, , yr-lendej ing souie pop-'
ia. Let tj!0j jute Vested bepres
fnt. & the olh,ej' towns around us have
their iuuical organisations, and it is
hoped that something jjj this line may be
jloue here. Let all-the young ladies and
gents who have voices go tTiere any way
nu Wednesday night next.
CinusT.HAS Thkes. The custom of treat
ing the Sunday School pupils to Christmas
irecs has become, very 'pn-valcat throughout
litis county. To suy nothing of those in
fliis town,' ,we. hear of a number of others in
Ilie countiyr Euochville gave the children
flMsre a very., pleasant time. So also, at
lhwiis' Chapel, Salem, Gay's Chapel, Gr:ice
rhurch and St. Paul's. These w e have
k'ard of; aiul how many more we know not.
TJie chief entertainment of the holidays,
(he Masquerade Bali came of last Tuesday
flight, at the Boyden Ilwuse.. Expectation
was on .tiptoe; merriment beamel from
TerT,.face, and as the gay maskers entered 1
in grandjuareh, nhe tumult of loud mirth
Tltt following persons assumed the char
acters annexted to their names : i
-Thjeq. IucrbauniMonk, and HannsBreit
maun ; Chas. Viele, Touchstone and Y'acob
jtraas; R. E.imes, Jr., Bear and Toutl.r
tmc;Ji P Ik-aril, R V Wiukle, (Ut act) F
Smith, R;V Winkle (3d act) S FClodteltcr,
CsTaller f Henry 111 ; J F.-Wilson, Domi
J GSoungDominoLJake Richey, Un
bow.n Kaight; T. J Fytzer, Ilarlequm;
Clarence kurphy, Rub Roy ; S F. -Telfair,
?riar; Jajnes-llill, Sir Walter Raleigh; G
It Harrison, Black Domino ; D Lindsay,
Monkii II Bailey, Country Cousin; W S
Blacknierf3lalcom Gram be, Capt.. Parker,
Spanish Cavalier; M S Brown, White Pi ince;
tVr Linton, Salon Shingle ; F E Shober Jr.,
.Half Uackstraw ; T- W Morrison, Clown ;
.PIyerman, Christmas Tree; II B Hicks,"
Craudma; A C Harris, Spanish Trouba
wr; Jno" Bratton,. Waggoner ; W II Har-
Sol ; WTI Overman, Fritz; C M Swice
?oo4, Chinaman; A S Lewter, Country
poising H L Foard, Ace of Hearts ; N N
P0jdea Humpty Dumpty ; R L Crawford,
Sttttoa; Miss Bula Stewart, Buttejfly; Miss
k'ouie' Eauies, Joan d' Arc ; 3Hss Jennie
' Srowu, Domino; Mi5s Bfackmer, Glee Maid;
MwJIopre, Child .of the Regiment ; Miss
J Jfockj Charlotte Corday; Miss" Shober;
MaiH'easant ; Miss Mock, Butter Cup;
-1MA- White, Lady ; Carrie Holmes, Bo
Pep;Ifss L Sholer, Child of the Regi
ment : Dais M,.
roncy Indian Girl ; Mrs. Rsnkin Lady of
I Ml -OImwI . XTrc Tirlii
Christmas Tree. .
:TI'C list may not be complete, but these
jprisc.the 'most pron.iHent characters,
characters assumed were rtnorw wrll
, 'Wilered. Miss Jennip Karoi a Ta.,i, rl'
wai probably the hnst attractive char
?lthe house. Jler suit of mail was
trndidly gotten up. Butteirjy attracted
m attention.' Frhz,! Yacob Strauss.
nd tl;e Bear created
ne Ball' woo .
land afforded much
srge HumiK-r of hulies aud gentle-
Tears', trial bt nroved "RLACK-
lL the bct- liver mrdipine in
T. K. BRUXER MANAGER r ' j H 11 Jl A TO
-..;-m. J.loyd, Snpt. Soatbem
iias Suujm orui lor a fw diiy
. Mr.. J. C; Pennington, of Datcli reek
31iuo has cone Noifeli " . T
Gold L'CGET8.-Mr; Atlas Kil ex
hibited to us, Tuesday three beaktiful
goUl nuggels from the Parker miue in
Manly county, iu which he is intevisted,
ounces, j TJie
barker is a m ell kuowji
J. . -
j yuautuies of tree j:oltL
It lis on
Pi of the tame ridge on Vhjch tiX
v.uu n.me situated, the hernvuin
proierty yet discovered in StJj.coanty!
a large portion of whicllla believed to be
rich in luiueiiilfl.
A Grmp Railkoad Scheme. WinvUe
attention W the advertisement of the Cin
cinnati, Virginia & Carolina Railway Com
pany,.in another column. It will be seen
that a company has been formed to build a
Railroad from Wadesboro, N C.x through
Anson, Stanly, Rowan, Davie. WilkP. n,i
I Ashe coundes ; thence ,by air line northwest
ia uuaneston w West Virginia, where it
counects with the Baltimore, Cincinnati &
Western Railway, a direct joining of Cin
cinnati and Charleston, S. C, giving us a
long-aesircd out-let to tho northwest, and
the commercial treasures of that wonder
fully productive region. It will cut length
ways through the extensive coal and irot
lanus ou est Virginia, and toucji the im
Lmensely valuable mineral deposits in the
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northwestern part of this State. But this
Road will also traverse one of the best a"-
ncirwurai jrtions ot the State: Striking
the valley of the Yadkin at Wakesboro '
will follow it to its source in the mountains,
cutting through valuable .cotton, coni, to
bacco, wheat and grass lands, all the 'way
up. We regard it one of the most im
portant projects yet proposed, and destined
to exert a powerful help in the development
ot the resources of the State.
, The Christmas Trees a.t the Methodist
and Presbyterian churches were highly
creditable, complete successes. The'pres
euts were haudsome, ajj.d both youth kuQ.
old age enjoyed the plenatyg scene.
Prof. W. II. Neave (troiiiUone), aud
Miss(Wja4 ueulo!igan) de.ligltted th,e audi
ence of the Methodist church with fiue
mueic. Ir. E. B. Neave (cornet) and
Miss Brown (organ) eutertaiued, with
appropriate music, he audieuce at the
The tree in the Lutheran church was
as usual, beautiful - ;
By Rev. W. II. Cone, in LockeTownship,
xsov. a4, ltsai, vjaieoAj. uassinger to miss
Catharine Weaver. I
In Locke Township, bv the same. Dec.
22d, Mr. Wellington L. McNeely and Miss
Mary E. Blackwelder, all of this county.
Bv Rev. W. Kimball, Dec. 22d, Mr. C. T.
Ridenhour and Miss Sarah Leflcr both of
Stanly county. - j
At the residence of the bride's father 'in
Cabarrus county, Dec. 154.381, by I Rev.
Saiu'J Rothrock, Mr. Augustus L. Plesrand
Miss Mary E.,4aughter of J. M
On the 22d Dee. 1881, at the residence of
the bride's father, by Rev. II. M. BVown,
Mr. Lewis Trexler and M'ss Mary Ei Peo
nington all of Rowan county. j
Also on the same day luid by the same,
Mr. John Jacobs to Louisa Iluluiall of
this county. '
Everybody wants it, but very few get it,
because most peopjo do not know how to
select coffee, or it is spoiled in tfce roasting
or making. To obviate these difficulties
has been our study. Thurbers package
Coffees are selected by an expert who un
dereta&ds th art of blendimr various 1U
vors. They are roastxi iu the most perfect
manner (tt is impossible to roast well in
small quantities), then, put In pound pack
ages (in the bean, not flrroumt) b -aring our
signature as a guarantee ot genuineness,
and each package contains the Thurber
recipe for making good Coffee, We
pack two kinds,, Thurbor's No. S4,"
strong and jjuugeat; TburbT's "No. 41,
mild and rich. Ouo or the other will
suit every taste. They have the three
exeat ooiots. aotxl quality, honest quan
ta i, rpaxonablz nrice. Ak yaw Grocer
for Thurber' a roasted Cojee in podnd pack
ages, "No. 34" er "No. 41." Do not be put
Qff with.any other kind j-Qur own palate
will tejl you what is jbes.t
Whcro persons desire it wo also furnish
the "ldeaV' Coffee-pot, tho simpleat, best
and cheapest coffo-poc in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffoo keep them,
for descriptive circular.
IL K. & F. B. THURBER CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Boasterg, New York.
P. S. As the largest dealers in todd pro
ducts In the world, we consider It our in
terest to manufacture only pure and whole
some goods andpack them In a tidy and
satisfactory manner. All goods bearing
our name are guaranteed to be of upe4Q"
Quality, pure and wholesome, and dealers
are authorized to refund the purchase
trice in any case where customers ; nave
' SmWfor dLatisfaction. It is therefore
to the interest of both dealers aadoon
eumerato use Thurbefs brands,
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
fittarnn at fair,
SALISBURY. S. C
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J i i" - s 1--- a an m m urn bh
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HAS KOW niS
OVERCOATS FOR MEN
. AND -
OVERCOATS FOR BOYS
Tor Itfen and Boys From
S8.00 TO S35.00
FOR MEN AND BOYS FROM
3.00 to iio.oo
Ever in Salisbury.
WILL SELL YOU A
WARRANTED BOOT FOR 1.85.
Solid leather SHOES for 85cts.
Extract from letter :
M. S. Buown: In reference to the
We do not warrant against ABUSE
.o.,. ma.ia. vr i ue.Ji ill UKliei lll
ior every unsatistactory one, unless in your judgmeut the damage was the
the wearer. i '
case retufy al,l mperfect. goods t
I am prepared to sell you all the goods in my Hue
20 PER CET CHEAPER
thau you ean get the same goods any where
This is business. '
Alixixb Propert v. Persons having
mining property to sell would do well to
advertise it. We propose to give room
toauih notices, to be kept standing un
der the general caption of "Mixing Pkop-
The cost of such notices will be moder
ate. Those having properties 4he value of
which is not generally known, should
give .references to reputable persons
known to be acquainted with such mat
ters. Thja paper has a good circulation
among miujng men North, and in the
State, aud can be of service iu the way
A Popular Investment.
SIX PER CENT GUARANTEED
. Preftrrei Railway Stock.
OF TBI CAPITAL STOCK Or THK
wncinnati, Yirpa aifl Carolii
ot the par value or $100 per share, are offered by the
undersigned at f 50 per share, wli h guarantee bj the
MUTUAL TKUST COMPANY OF NEV YUUnw, of
six per cent per annum on said subscription price
lor six rears, payaoie scmi-auuuimj, .auumj
July, al and by the said Mutual Trust Company In
New voriccuy, anq hj agencies.
Th:im lnnatlTtirtrtola CaroUDa Railroad, w'th
IU connecUons, will make an air Hue troiu Cincin
nati to Cuarleaton, souui caouna. ejinnug ai
Wadesboro', North Carolina, running noit lowest
through Salisbury. WlUesboro', and Jefferson, N.
Carolina: through Marlon, Virginia, and north
ma . " I . si fk.ivluurAn k'-Jtl'l wild
CouoiyaWngatllneot .nunes Tbe wiioled s-!
tance througn a aecuon 01 me cuuuuj i.u m un
cultural aodmmeiai proaucis, sucn as
copper, cotton, tobacco, comj and wheat
earnings o the road when nnlsued wlil a
cultural aod mine al products, sucn as coai, i-xm, 1
LL-. 1 lit lUW
earnings o the road when n nisiiea win ave ae o r
ten thqsand $io,0) dollars permi'.e. This wiU
eive gross earnings pf three millions (ia.ooo.coo)
dollars per year, which will yield large: and remu
nerative dividends to the stockholders.
Subscriptions to tne siock win oe recent-u ai i ui
office of the tympany, 3 Broadway, New York, or
uy iuc .
MUTUAL TRUST COMPANY,
IIS BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
Full information will be sent on application U the J
i. i. MG1T, C. . J O. JICRrHY, E. M.
RIQBY & MURPHY)
IniBI it Bonstrnctinj Ispeers,
78 JLsd 89 Broapwa Y.
Room 49, . - HtW YORK.
Examine and report upon Mine, y
Make Working Plana and Specification
fp the construction of gold and silver Mills,
or will enter into Contract fsrthe erection.
Mininc Machinery and supplies pnrcl ased
at lowest prices and prompt attention given
Oraddrssa . JOHN RI0BY,
49i9m:pd High Point, N. C.
FULL STOCK OP
Finest lot of
Solar Tin Shoes we'lierebv Riifl.nri n
HH1 worKiuansiii 11,
or FIRE or WATER. Yoh can cire a
Yours trulv, 5
JOHN OTNDELL & CO.
M S. BROWN.
Rev. V. Kimiiall's post office address
will hereafter be Salisbury, N. C.
. Musical. Prof. Evausi invites all who
dcKire to join a vocal clas to meet at the
Hall of the Y, M. C. A., on best Wednes
day night, the 4th of January, He has
quite :i uuuiber of his former claas ou the
list, but desires some new voices. Do not
fail to meet him at the appointed time. It
THINGS 'ARE BdOMIHG!
At MeXeelyV Tlwse who want Christ
inas Goods should call at once. .
McNeely & Jolnisni have ojened a
Coal-Yanl at the depot. Person wishin.4
coal can get it delivered at their door,
either in towu or in the country.
J. D. McXket.
THE GRADED SCHOOL
Committee have decided to admit non
resident pupils upon the payment of $2 per
month tuition Those who desire to take
advantage of this had bettor; appl early
THEO. BTJJE2RB ATTM'S ,
1 ,000 POUNDS
FRENCH CANDIES AT
Books and Dailv Pnpers at
" TIIEO. BUERBAUM S.
Crosse and Black well Chow Chow, at
TIIEO. BUERBAUM S.
Cracked Wheat and Oat Meal at
Baker's Chocolate and Cocoa, and Philadel
phia Crackers at
3;tf. TIIEO. BUERBAUM'S.
Ilistovy ofKbwon County,
IT KEV. i. KCMPLr.
Copies of this interesting book may be
had of T. F. Kluttz, Theo. Blkkualm,
'iw at the Watchman Ollice.
green, per bus . . .
Mid ling, -.
Low M idling,. t...
.$ 75 rtH.on
$1.09 a $1.25
50 (4 S3
IS (4 14 16
8 10 11
SO g 1.0(1 1.0U
1.C0 4 1.-.5
P-ta toes Irish.,
Regardless of Cost to make room for a very large Spring Stock, I will from this
4ale sell tLo balaace of xay Stock of
Suits sold at $20 reduced to 15,
Suits sold at $18.75 reduced to 14,
Suits sold at $16 reduced to 12,
Suits o!d at $15 reduced to 11,
Suits sold at 1450 reduced to 10,
AHD OTHERS AT TP SAME BATE OF DEDUCTION.
'0fc3 I shall sell these yery soon o paraix tlesiring to
buy will do well
rVin't forget that J top
GOLD & fSEYEE GRINDING &
HOLLAND'S PULVEEI2EE takss the
we construct Mills with Stamps weighing from
Crushing MoiUry. Stndftr Circular.
Waierooms 92 and
Associated Railways of
Memoranda of Arrangement of BoundTrip Bates, Tickets, Routes of Trans
portation, aud Advantages offered
To lie International Cotton
From the Territory traversed
THE RICHMOND AJXX
Period of Validity, in
Days, of Tickets
I ! STAT
Golng.j in jRetur-
High Point. ...iff
Durham ....... it
Kalelgh .'. i
GoWsboro .. i.i
y Movement of all parties oa contract rates In groups A, B, C and D, will be only via Charlotu aa4
mta and Charlotte Air-Line Railway llvlsJon, ana l lcketa will read ai cotdlngly.
Itouad Trip-Tickets herein named, when fised
mi to othert thm mrigittal purekatr, and authorize
n me opuon 01 tne Kaiiways Agents or l onauciors.
To the end of affording Increased Bailway facilities for visiting the Exposition. Contract Tickets
viapted to parties of the size herein named, are likewise offered. They embrace all the stipulations
of single Tickets, with the additional one. that they are good for transportation to Atlanta only wbea
presentea on l rains in conned too stu oil athrrt of
uoiurrs oi uiese iickcu may return upon mem
they an the original purchasers, and Identlfv themselves sccordlncly
An office for the Vienuncatton of purchasers and
ine i nion
i Depot In Atlanta. It will be open so minutes prior to the departure of the trains,
of the conditions of these tickets will be changed in any respect.
lnvestlgatkHi of the appliances for personal comfort, lodging, and food, means of transit ri n i
lanta and the Exposltltn Grounds, authorizes the assurance that all elements exist contributing
pleasant and economical That.
For aQ informatJoa not contalnd in this circular, apply to tho andertlgx or tfco SUUob Arc
the Railways at interest.:
to call at once.
the largest and best stock of
J. D. GASKILL.
placa cf ths ennbersoma Stamp 1EU
p up ah ppj oar rewMj Tor work
IT HAS BEEN FULLY PROVED it TESTED '
It weighs complete 7.000 pounds, it costs CI sm iarfr rr
the belt. ill crush one ton pr hour of harda Jarn? tht?yJni
pass through a 40-mesh screes. The wear Is ?h,n iB TiV.
sump mill. Its wearing parta are plalS SSVTi. hi
dropped Into position In Yew uiomwttL as show to?J
V and C, no bolts or keys are rm&rim&RTihi
floor of a mill with no expens for fwindailoas, andaSto used
to crush and work in harges or conunaous . V wl,t aialS
. . mate either gold sr silver ores, making It a shrfnie
biamp wills, no k I'.roaLrs fmuhu ii. . ,
gamatlng Pans a id separators for -Uold and MUver
ores, ChUrtoizln,' Furnaces. LetortS! Hwk SKl
'L',,,'7fN steel Nnos and
Dies for Sumps, and every aesoftv
lion 01 Kruuit-a lor Rumps ; sbn
WITS OR WlTHOlT BOII.EAR, WlKS
onMamija Itors Ukcus.
TWSptcially adopted U 3Iiing In-
850 to too 1
for gold and silver ores." Wtxsr 9rj
94 Liber y Street, New York.
Yirpia ai. lie Carolisas,
Richmond, Va., Nov. 1st, 1881.
for the formation of Parties of Viators
Erposilion at Atlanta, Gi,
or reached by the Railways of
RATES Of TICKXTS.
For Condition of Sale and use of which esc Notes.
10 each. A
For Parties ;
go each. B
For I'arUff t
TO each. Ci
M each. D
singly, are of a sptcipe i vol met form, void if iranmer.
the requirement of Identification of said purchasers.
(M $pij aam irp veimna i; mi per uttpt ten gixm .
singly, wunm ut irnuu
wltnin tne period of their validity, provldo
stamping of return coupons has been established
sitTiT $l &4 7 $13 ;t
17 50 14 SO It 44
14 so an io to
IP 50 11 U 9 SO
11 60 10 80 t 00
13 63 11 70 9 79
It tO 10 50 9 70
10 90 9 60 7 SO
14 5 11 45 10 40
15 5 IS tt 11 00
19 10 16 99 TC
f Ml I itmt
SALE OF. L A( D!
Bj virtme pt1 a -decree of the Superior
Court ff lwan county, I will sell tn the
2tt olay of January, 1882, on the premises.
mi puunc avcuoa, a irx aoa containing
about 174 acres, arljoirung the lands of Jno.
Litaker, Aaron Soodnight, 8. Orercash and
others, t he same being'the land willed by
Daniel Overcash t Silas S. Orercash; and
on wludi the late PoVlj Overcasli lived
Terras, ooe-fcalf rash imd the balance qn
a credit of-twelve months, wjthintcrest at
tlie rate of 8 per cent., from dsuuTof aale-r-
Oond and approved security. . : , '
Q. &. OvERCASn, Com?r.
XoreruWr 1 7, 1 88 1 . 6:C w " -
640 ACRES ;
Having quai5od as Adininistrator'with
the will annexed. Jbc nf Richard Lowcrr.
dee'd, I will pell,-by virtue of the will of J
the testator, on Monday the 2d Stay of Jan
nary, 1882, at t2 oclock m., at the Court
IJs-we door in Salisbu-ry
640- Acres of Valuable Larrd.
This land lies about tiircc miles west of
Salisbury, immediately on the Lincolnton
Road, and much ot it valuable fanuingland.
It is justly regarded as rery desirable.
Parties desiring further inlsrniation cac
get it by addressing the undersigned or by
calling on him at his office in Salisbury,
Terms-J-one-third cash, one-third in arc
months, and one-third in twelve months,
jnote and. good security with interest from
4&tcQf sale on deferred payments. . . .
J. AV. JlAfNEV, Admr,w. ;
Nordic, 18S1. . Salisbury, N. C-
IXPSICai Persons havin$r chtims
against the csttteof Itichard Lowery, dee'd,
arc notified to present them to the under
signed fur payment on or before the 18th
day of OTeuiher!, 1882. ' -
J. W. Macset, Adm'r. &c, .
Sov. 10, 1881. ' 5:Ct
JOHN F. EAGLE,
Invites your attention to his sltop, opposite
Mayer's Office- Repairing neatly and prompt
ly dene. All grades of goods made to order
Pfll ffl KKtchancetomalR money. Those who
UuLUi always take advantage of the good chan
ce for making money that are offerej, generally
become wealthy, while those who do not Improve
such chances remain in poverty. We want many
men, women, boys and girls to work for us right in
their own localities. Any one can do the work pro
perly from the lirst start. The business will pay
more than ten times ordinary wages. Eipenslve
outfit furnished free. No one who engages falls to
make money rapidly. Yu can devote you whole
time fc fhe work, or only your spare momenta. Full.
Information and all that Is needed sent free.
Address Mitnson a Co., Portland, Maine.
VTe continue to act as Sonettan for Patents, Caveats,
Trade Harks, Copyrights, etc, for the Untied Kates,
Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, ete. W9
tjave had ihlrtyflve years experieoee. m
Fatenu obtained through us are noticed in the 8ci
Tifnric American. ThU large and splendid lllua
trated weeklvpaper,$30ayear,showstbe Fiograas
of Science, is very Interesting, and has an enormous
circulation. Address MUNN A tX, Patent Solici
tors, imb's. of Scientific American, 87 Parte Bow.
fie w York. Hand book about PatenU freo.
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTER
A Curative Hast in Itself:
Thirty year's experience lias firmly rooted'
Allcock's Porous Plaster in public estimation.
Their wonderful adaptability to the various
symtoms at disease is a marvel to medical men
of all flcuwls. 1-or nervous persons and luna
tics, Mie or urare a4id to the spine produc
ed sleep when opiates, even hydrate of chloral,
had beeu ol little servire. Aow, when one can
not sleep, its is the common practice to apply
a Plaster to lli back. You scarcely touch the
pillow before you are sound asleep.
A Ucocks Porous Plasters have the curative
effect ol the .Spanish fly blisters, yet make no
sore, and never aHecl the kidneys ; areconvtni
eulfur aJi ajfes aud condi lions, usually only
tainly curative than liniments or blisters, and
without prostration or pain of the latter.
This is true even in Croup, Quinsy, PJeurisy,
Long and Throat Affections, and the utility of
this sanitary Invention has keen warmly wel
comed. They are largely sold in every artof
the world, and it is believed that not ten than
five hundred thousand, perrons aie well, and
attending to ilie duties of life, free Jrom ain,
vlioliavean Allcock's l'orot.s Placer some
whereabout them, and who. but fur the said
plaster, would be prostrate uxn a bet of ago
ny. Btidt, a peexiiar pirn y, pteanonl tutor, halo,
or atmoT)kere erkalet from them by the wurmth tt
the body, imperceptible to the eye, but which
envelops the person in a cloud' of thin vapor,
through which contagion cannot pt net rale. J
fact, A llcock s Plasters supply an almosohera
like that from balsam or pine woods, and no
doubt attract ozone. When contagious or inject,
eu iiteaseM are about, they should be worn ea (As
test or bmck ti preventive.
THE ALLCOCK'S POROUS PUSTEt
oothes pain, reanimates torpid limbs,. sms,
in many cases, to revive the uowers of life.
The great demand proves theiu to be utd a
a universal remedy. -They are convenient of an-
iiiviiiv, mm iwic iur an, oiig incapaute OJ
prochicin any injurious eticc(.
Dr. Valentine Mott. Dr. Johnson, of JIart.
ford; and lr.JJyers, of Savannah, lavespoken
of them in the highest terms. The great Mutt
said: ''They were all that could be hoped for
in a plaster simple, cleanly and adhesive
perfect as artificial supporter of the mnseles ;
and for pains, because of their counter-irritant
qualities, usually at once giving ease." Local
weakness of the back, breast and side, always
benefited, thus curing lumbago in a few hoiir
sometimes in a few minutes.
In serious heart and chest affections their
use cause an absorption or evaporation of wa
ter, by which dropsy of the heart and hydro
thorax have undoubtedly been cured.
1 hey appear to have a iectiljr effect unon -
the nervous, allaying irritability while supply
ing warmth. They seem to accmu late elec
tricity, and aid the circulation of the blood
through the part where applied, bv which
healthy action are induced.
The Porous Plasters are flexible, and foil ml
of great help to those who' have weak back
or pains in the side. Especially are titer ral
oible to' those who have neglected colds. 'They
are ofien preventives of consumption; nav
they are believed to have loosened the grnspof
this terrible affliction, and bad been m.inlt
Instrumental in eflecting a cure. In variable
iiiinates they should be worn on the breast, or
eel ween the shoulders, or over the kidneys, bv
bhose who are subject to lake cold easily TliU
simple plan will soon produce constitutional
vigor that will enable one to resist extraordi
nary changes of temperature. Experience hss
proved the Porons Plaster to be a blessing t..
the consumptively inclined, invariably produ
ing the most remarkable abatement of tl -worst
Principal Agency, 291 Ca al Stit.t
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