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. ! r American U:itcrjr!cc.
litis ifge of progress, one isjnct expec
ted ;i o be surprised &t aity measure
; brouJit forward ; especially should
! this ftetrue of our country where
projects of the raos astounding ro
portijns are conceived and executed.
Wha in Europe wolilu be cCnsi Jereu
jf j J moibIe of accobip-s$::siit wc
! ! I 7-t thinfi easy and with Ithat Ora-lieadar
i tiverfess, characteristic of itbe Anieri
can Li perform alnfesi witia the game
facilfty that we conceive.
' It! was American brain and Ameri
can lanital that pused to af6uccessful
conclusion the -t Atlantic cable, that
connected as if wfth an iron chain
the 'Atlantic with the Pacific, that
1 penetrated theicy ' regions . of the
Korth id search of the pole and it is
the ;same spirit of enersy that now
contemplates the building of . a rail
road; into the jangles and wildernesses
of Central America. f
The1 contemplation of such enter
prises would take away fpr the mo
ment the breath of nations less ener
getic than ours ; and project of this
kind is now being talked; of in con
gressional circles. Passing by the
question1 of scheme or no scheme, it is
'put forward by the bold conceiver of
in is projeci wuo is lvrepreseniaiive
Bel ford, that a railroad ! eight hun
drcd miles long from Denver, Colo
rado-through the heart of Mexico,
penetrating Central A
i thence to the capitol of
T States of Colu mbia, in South Ameri
ca, would solve the Isthirj us question
that; now agitates dipTqrjir lc circles.
V It wasi the question oi A: p r.pi.-r pro-
tecti'on- of " Aincricau it;tlrvni.?,-iii. tl
V Isthmus that first sugges
ject j: It is admitted on
that no canal should he
the Isshmus, unless this
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j least tha control jing Jut crest,
other --words that ithis jrovern-
mnt could not afford to allow any
j forejgn power to control the canal.
This question of foreign policy has
lor the past 'fewT weeks been, before
the public by the publication of tl:e
diplomatic correspondence had by
Secretary Blaine with he 'English
- gbvernmcnt. Ijlis firm adherence to
tlieMonroe-doctrine of the non-interference
of European powers with af
fairs on thi3 sideof the Atlantic has
bropght- out some spicyj reading our
'both sides of the Question. The nress
' aptf I the people appear
to be. about
. equally divided ai to the propriety of
his?. action in the premise?, his.ene
, mies, chargingthat he followed out
;,his polity to its legitimate results
that this country 'onid have been
7 plunged into waryand his friends
contending that unless it is rarr
outU few years will witness English
, supremacy m bonth America, and
"English control of
nvt caiial con-
strjictcd across .the Isthiinis. To avert
thil ; latter danger, which would be
nothing less than a national -calamity,
ahp without, approving cjr disapprov
ing the policyof either x. Blaine or
th President, the scheme of a great
international railroad haa been pro-
jeqted.j It is set forth ly its origina
to thjat with such a line bisecting
Gn.tral America that this now re
p4te fcountry would; be brought into
clfse commercial relations with the
United States, aud thereby becora
. better j acquainted with hcr.citizens,
aidee that the interpsf
i ' V .IX, it V
, Becmt-iIrcDawe!!rs Knvfr.i--. dn-T T5n! s ....
, t hfn? mfiiftitnery of iJcd. ! l"i
Jtfeitfojvt dnuffraaa 0;Hii,anu cttuno
i floiaay nay K.-tkfs. j
ft jj rke-8 wile. Mo v. s - "
buckeye aiM charv.r.irn Motrrrs
fWrsau rrssflisstferacl'U-i to rae'jj
J Oiean.t h;;t I say.-'f Jan. i
t-flU:.pITlj:eS are-more allied. It
1 1 !' l , u"i8,jA); 'VflpbuiwrT i K r'ncES:
jj '.v.--vf 1 '' ' '
-f- ... t"-r resh Purr ttrlU Mitir '"'
'Kitg Culilva. knn-X.. Machines.
would, too, it is argukl, put the ieanaa
within easy range of us, and should
any effort be made by foreign powers
I to assert control over the canal this
government ' could assert her power
and iua week land troops to uphold
her authority The projectors of this
scheme have not yet brought thej sub
ject to the attention of Congress ther
than aslc that this government
have printed 100,000 circulars in
English and .50,000 in, Spanish, set
ting fortJi .the f feasibility of , the
scheme, the advantages that would
accrue to both countries and the ne
cessity: for such an international trunk
IineCif Congress shall j grant this re
qtiest the next-step "will be he intro
duction' of a bill asking for govern
ment aid to assist in its construction.
The, advisabQitv ofi such an enterrl
prise at this time 13 indeed ? an, open-1
question, and Congress will doubt
less give the matter much thought
before committing this coruntry to it.
Whether-the project will ever come
to a successful issue or not its very
conception is a compliment to Ameri
can brain, and its building, if deem
ed advisable, would be a lasting
monument to American energy, en-
terj)rise and progress iven ess.
The Pueldo Indian chiefs who are
visiting their, dyldnhr at the Carlisle
school are- greatly pleased at the
progress which they have made, and
the agent who has them in charge ex
pects to lorward a large number of
new pupils when he returns to New
The Russian government has made
aldec'aration giving assurance that
the JeSvs" will be protected.
?so . Iui.'itl-che or back-ache fori ladies
wJjadrink "VitTE OF CARDUI."
M 1 lito. t
Ts. CTor :ir,il Lustrfe of Youth arc reto
ed to 'failed ni- srray hair 'by the-use :of Par
le er 's 1 1 a: r E ;v ! sarn , a 1 1 ar its 1 1 ss rcssi n h igb
lv tisteoiued for its nerlinsjc and liuriiv.
IIohbh School! ;
t OXFOKI), N. C. s
Tlitiext Fespion of this et hool will begin
tltefiecond Mondnv in Jaiuiary. !
For circular piviug terras end otlier partic
nJara, apply to the principals
J. H.f&J. C.HORNER.
The Store-roons foiiieily occupied by Cr
il. lJurker.as a drug stjnre; the harfdsomcst
saall stoi-e in (he plaqo
J. II. BUIS.
il 1 ft rcat caance to make money. Those who
uwiaUi oi-uyH tae rlraiHajfeof tbegood chan
v.o or maktnr..ticni!y that are offere , eenentllr
i.'ooi-a.e -wfcfiitdy.-wniie tiiose. wbo do not improve
av:h chance?; remain In poverty. We want many
icen. women, bors and pirls to work or m rlzht In
v.. ....itit.. .tiiy wueran oo ine wotk Dra-
' ii--u ni.uii..: 1 lie uusiness wi nir
Actress hTisox 4 Col, Pordand,. Maine.
BY yirtueof a decree bf the
of RowancoontyLin thcpecial proceeding
w" iv,. uiuus auu oiuers against
Jaeob Kluttz and others, the nndersirrripil
will sell on Monday the 6th day of March,
1882, at the Court House door in Salisburv'
Aoout S200 Acros
of land adjoining the lands of W C. Cnlp'
Allen Miller, Albert neilig and others, lyinr
vuivii pteona c-reeK. Oelongin to the
estate .of Jacob Kluttz dee'd. i
TERMS one-third icash, one-third in six
months, and tluj balarice in twelve months.
Note and good, security and interest from
date of sale on deferred" payments.
0 ;. x. CIIAS. PRICE, Com.
Salisbury. N.C:, A
v Feb. 2d, 1SS2. 16:1m
?teaa tester Corn' Shelters.
-and sett. An fai!frL f 1 i.J.L
",-"i'U wascs. expensive
'f Pae who eusasees falls to
""'ij ra tiair. ion can flevorH von ivhnio
! -I ' -I-.---
Drills. ! ! llisand EvanbratoV, "
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1882. SPRING 1 1882.
Don't faii. to call oji J. F; ROSS fob
the best Fertilizers.
HE HAS A 8UFPLY
' f '"'
sow ox hand.
Salisbury, "N. C,
Feb. 7tlr, 18B3 )
"LIFE INSURANCE" MADE CHEAP.
Table Shovnng Actual Cost to Members
of 4,000 Insurance for One
Year (March 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880).-
First Class, aged 18 to 30 years. . .$17 00
Second " 30 " 40 f ... 2125
Thirds "U 40 " 45 " ...25 50
45" 50 " ... 34 00
50 " 55 " ... 51 00
55 " Co " ... Gd 00
J. D. ZVZcZffeelf, Ag't.
Feb. 12th, '81:ly.
" GOOD COFFEE,
, Ever jbodj, wants IL but very few gret it,
because most pwplo do not know how to
seloet cofftjc, or it is spoiled in the roasting
or making: . To obviate! these difficulties
has been our study. Thurber's package
Coffees, are selected by an expert who un
derstands tho art of blending various fla
vors. They are roasted in the most perfect
manner (it is impossiblo : to roast well In
small quantities), then put in pound pack
ages in the baan, not ground,) b-aring our
signature as a guarantee of genuineness,
and each package contains the Thurber
recipe for making good Coffee. Wo
pack two kinds, Thurber's " No. 34,"
strong and pungent, Thurber's "No. 41,"
mild and rich. ' One or the other will
suit every taste. They have the three
groat points, good quality, honest quan
tity, reasonable price. Ask your Grocer
for Thurber's roasleii Coffee in pound pack
ages, "No. 34" or "JVb. 41." Do not bo put
off with any other kind your own palate
will tell you what is best
Where persons desire it we also furnish
the "Hear Coffee-pot, tho simplest, best
and cheapest coffoe-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell durtJoffee keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
Respectfully, Ac., j
H. K. & F. Bj. THURBtR & CO.,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and Coffee
Roastersi New Yorjc.
P. S. As the largest dealers? in food pro
ducts In trie world, we consider it our in
terest to manufactureonly pure and whole
some goods and pack them in a tidy and
satisfactory manner. All goods bearing
our name are guaranteed to be of superior
quality, pure and wholesome, land dealers
are authorized to I refund the purchase
price In any case where customers havo
cause for dissatisfaction. It 'is therefore
to the interest of both dealers and con
sumers to uso Thurber's bxands.
Dec. 17:3 m
JOHN F. I EAGLE,
4 4 BOOT
- AND i - i. HM-
Invites yonr attention to! hit p,0p 0ppC5,;le
Mayer's Office. KeDairinir neatlv and r rnni tt.
l j ... . ? . 7 "
L. H. CLE3IEXT
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
IMtovwrji? at atr,
SALISBURY. Pi. C.
R F RT H?siness now e)e the public. You can
UUOI make money faster nr. wnrt tnr no fi,.. .
KS'f S1' CaRItalnot needed. Ve wiu start
! a c ua v auu u wan m mana dt Trm a Hi.
. . nvuicu, uuj b ana cnris wanren
can worfc In spare time only or give jour whole
time to the business. You cin live at home and do
h 0 0 otnr buslness will pay you nearly as
we!L o one. can fall to make enormous mvh
o "uv- 4uLiii; hiui terms iree
Money made last, easily and honorably. Address
6 Tkpb Co., Augusta, Maine.
One Lot at China Gfove, 'containing 1J
aens, on which is'ai Stojre-house 40x20 ?e t
and another 26x16 (used now as a Doctor's
office);, a dwelling house 32x20; a goJ
stable and a well, frhis property wilt be
for sale during the next two or three months
ami per.-wma wishing particulars twill please
address" . j. x COOK, '
14:tm -j China Grove, N. C.
Sul)crihe for Cart!ii.a! Watch
injy 1 .50 r vir :nlvanc2.
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BY THE BAKREi, .
q. Ir. Enniiss,
THIS jis to-state that all the old: seeds
that were remaining on hand were destroy
ed by fir$ on the 1st of NoTember last..
Now pare on hand -fresh and reliable
Seeds from Landreth, Ferry, Johnson &
RobbinsJ Buist and Hiram Sibley. I !
At JNO. II. EXNISS'.
' I - ( i
Ingredients will be furnished so thaf
yon may make
YOUR OWN GUAHO
cost yoni Three-Four! h3 less than what yo!
pay for other Guano's, and which wil
yield as full returns. For Sale At
CliOVSR & Grass Seed
At Richmond, prices at
ENNISS' Drus Store.
letter and fools Gip Tapers
;it ivdu'ocil prices, at :
ENNISS' Druir Store.
L IS. Vance. V ir. IIahvv
VANCE & BAILEY, J
, CHARLOTTK, . C. I
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Practice in S upreme Ci url of the Uiuipil
States. Suprime Court ivf North (.rrtlln-i
Federal jCour:?, and Connies of Meckletilmrrf
Catarms, Union, Gaston, li wan and David
son. (ffcii-Oiliee, two doots east of Indepen
dence fuare. 3S:tf j
mW,4Xr AhKiEH AMm
is made from a simnir T!iiii inir f r .
alue,andlsa POSITIVE: REMEDY lor all the
diseases taat c.ni.e pales In the lower part of the
body for Torpid Liver-lie idaolies Jauadtce
DlzzlnesK, Gravel, MotarM, an 1 a)i rtiflieultics of the
Kidney, Liver, and Mrlnary Oivans. Tor FEMALE
DISEASES Moctuly Menstrual Jons, and durtftr
Pregnancy, it iias no equal. 11 restores the organs
tnat moie ibe bloo-l. and hence Is the best BLOOD
PURIFIER. It is the only known remedy that cures
iii5' . WARf
For Sale by Druirtf.sts and Dealers at rtl.QS
per bott.e. Larpost botfs In the market?! ry It. T
H H. WARNER &. CO. Koouesteb. N. 3T
PQWEttS PREPARED CHFBICMS
ilb10 a Farmer can buy a FORMULA.
Far splL (5201bS)of POWELL'S
This.when mixed at home, makes OnoTon
of SUPERIOR PHOSPHATE, equal in
pttnt-life and as certain of successful crop,
production as many high priced Phosphates.
Kl f EXTRA f No trouble to U
fwEXPENSE.1 Full directions.
Powkll's Chesocals have been thoroughly
tried, give universal satisfaction, and yt ficr
leading fanners in every State as referencj
litatipns. I Is
i SOLE PROPRIETORS, h
Manufacturers of Ealtimor. Sfa
Powell's Tip Top Bond Fertli-
Izer. Price only $ 3 5 a Ton, net cash.
Bono Mead. Dissolved Bone.!
Acd aJl high-grak Fertilizlcg Materials.!
CO nuNik' GRAINS
yera-ln place or Iron Bltter. .Apiii i
JS5??He to act as Solicitors for Patenta. Cmmim.
Trade Marks. Onimiffhta. ti. firVT!t,
J.evrYork. Hand iv,irnbout intents frefe ?'
i-4:u. I r
Still under tU eutrl ofiUold Pro-
Is Issued erery Thursday afternoon at
the reduced rates
of $1.50 In Advance.
n I .... L
x ereona ueiaymR paymeni iurc nentus
will b required to pay $2 per year; de-1
laying to tli end of the year, $2.50.
THE WATCHMAN IS
The Bast AMsiiir Medinm at
this point, having the largest circulation
in this and adjoining Counties.
f ; ..
of everj class done nronmtlv and in the
best style at very low rates.
REV. JETHRO RUMPLE.
Wetill have a fair copivg of this yalua-
1U little book, wlueh should be possessed
j ; -
by erery eitizea whe feel a pride in the
historji and diameter ef OldRowan.
Send for a copy before it itooate. i
12 lie!; tlorsi '
- .... !' .1 ;
l w tl t- a au sa
(Next door below J. Z. McNcctys Store)
WhPTP. 7 mil 1m fnUIld
. . "T '
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Ml Weiilts and fimf Delivery
IS MY MOTTO.
I want to' "buy Fat- Cattle
and Sheep. . . j ;
Urn Laa 0s
.Ginger, Ducht Man
drake SttHingia, and
many of the best medi
cines known an com
bined In Parker! Ginger
Tonic, into a laedkane
of such varied powest, as
to malea it the greatest
Blood Purifier and tne
. Ilestorr KTer usea
: It cues Rheumatism,
Sleeplessness, & diseaess
of the Stomach. Bowels,
n V- -
I n lyings, uvcr cz jiancys.
Ha r B2usami s
jOTthfal color to jrmy kalr. - & Co., Chemists, N, Y.
50c and 1 te. Imiw Barfag Boyfag Dollar 8tv
Aug. 4: 1 y. Daucji y.
R ROWI & GO WA&V
rrwtstnvPRnf n rItmsiwi stri iwr.nn
- " " :r
ACORN coOK STovrs th tat, in th
world. A nrst-class stok ot Tin aod Granite
TIN AND COPPER SMITHING.
All kinds of nouse-Roonner and Gutterlnedone on
I short notice and In the best style.
We keep constantly on hand a comnlete stort nf
Sheet-Tin, Sheet-Iron and Slif et-Copper, which we
uerior saje tueap. Mayo<l
Come to the Front
W. A. EAGLE
BOOT, SHOE & GAITER MAKEB,
orrosiTE esxiss' DRUG stoue.
Wl 111 WU IUUJ 1 II Ijl WIUJJ
Having had sixteen yean experience in the I
basinet, I am prVpaicd 10 PLE2LS2 the
EASE fiH3 ELEGANCE OF FIT
ni work can not be excelled. .
06-All material of the best and finest crade
X5AII work done in lite latent styles and
Ready-made work of the best oiia'i!' alwr.vs
on hand for sale. Attention eiven n FANCY
WORK and Champion Box Toe Work.
Repairing J.aUy ar.4 Promptlv dot e at
moderate prices. BP&vitisjact:cn : n; ran-
teed or r,b chare.Ssff Orders" In nmil
3:iy m. A- EAGLE.
WESTERI H; G. Railroad
Takes effect Sunday Juiy U. 1S31, at 4.15, P. M.
J'ASESGi'l! 77,.! .V.
ARRIYE. I.KATK. STATIONS.
! m ,
1 Y Uo i
I 2 4 .' i 3
I 1 41 i
12 41 I
i ft 2S
jll oTp.lil T 50
12 08 a.ui
i'lili-J '. n-H:
( :tia La
8 2J !
T.07 .h 'ltcnry
1) 13. !
ARRIVE. LEAVE. STATIONS. ARR1VK. LKATK
; 5,00 a.m. Salisbury ; 5 00 p.m. 6 24 a m
6 00 A.M.:
6 6-5 J
7 83 i
9 10 - i
9 42 :
.0 23 ;10 40
11 r.o :
12 32 A m.:
Klmwood i S 15
Istatesvilie : 2 43'
icatawba l 34
New ton :12 25
ifonovcr ;i2 oa '
ililckory -11 31 va.S
Icard 'i0 3S
l-Morpanton 9 40 j i
!G!en Alnlne ; 90.; '
i -Kridewater i 8' I
i :Marlon i 7 42
;uuilort :6 13 6 34 a.m.
I'M"' J : o u
Blk Mountain 5 03 '
: 5 50 r.M. Coopcr's ; 4 42
i iLonjj's i 423
:ASnevl!l Jn'f.. iiu. ..
rains run daily, Sundays exr.pm, -J
s A. B.ANDREWS-, Oon. Supt
Norlli Carolisa, . Bavfen Codhit.
In Tie Superiou Couiit January Special
W. J. Lofiin, Adm'r, ic. of )
llios. P. Allen, PVff.
F. D. Lookabill et al.
Orucr of '
At a Special Term of the Superior Court
held for the County of Davidson, at the
Court House m Lexington, on the 9th dav
of January, 1882. the Hon. Aug. S. Seynftur!
Judp presidios,: It appearing to the satis
faction ni tiro Court, that Henry E. Wvlde
late of the Stale of Xevr York,
coaser o! the lands .described in the plead
wgs herein, heretofore sold bv tL plaintiff
under an order of this court, "is Head it h
Ordered that publicntlon of a notice to
Lhzabeth Wylde, executrix of the -aid Hen
ry E Wylde, and to the heirs at law of
the said Henry E. Wylde, to appear at the
next term of the Superior Court of David
son County, to be holder, at the Court lfoue
VLxln"ton' on the lst Monday of March
1882, and comply with the bid of tVeir tes
tator and ancestor aud take title deed or
their claim will be considered surrendered
be published once a week for six Sa?ccs,fve
weeks in the "Carolina Wtrl,mV " e
Jko. II. Wkijiokx- ( Attorneys
'u"'""r" ino JidKia District
Holding Special Term in 7th Jul. bit
' r 4 ii
Robert Wall tnd wiuj Dnratliy X",
W all, aHs i. n. AiaHook J
Caroline, Chuhn, .J Cicer o
ojCliunn, ThoUonl and. wflb to Divide
Jitttie, Jacoo J lsomasin & wilej
Susan, SaIlie:'XiQnnJ TTiomas
Chunn, JIarffaret CMunn, aiid
llenderf on Eislicr. j J i !
Upon ftffidnvit of t ic. Plaintiir. fconpU
Wall, It is ordered f li7tiirt that t)ub
lication be madoiij the ''Carolina WAtch.4
mau!' for six weeks . notifviriff Tlios. Chnnii
one of the Defendants,; who is a non-resi'
aenc oi mis otatey to appear at the office bf
the uerK ot . tup bupenor Court ofsajd
county on Monday the 271 h . day of FebrL
ary, Ja, ana answer the complaint, which
will be filed in the iaibove entitled actioh
.1 j . i . i ' - - :. - - a it
whhhi ivn uays irom; tne aate Hereof, and if
ne iaii to enswer tn coinplamt theplaib.
tiffs will apply to the Court for ' the relilef
ucmanaea jn tjie complaint.!" ' ! ,
Witness i J.LM. HoRAir, Clerk !
13:6w Sup. Court Rovwn Co
Dr. Crowe's torHisloric Play
THo TEAGSD? of AtraHam Lincoln!
.:'V 9, HI " :a: .
She Sisenfall oJeficrson Savil
A truthfut account, of tho. Abolitionary
War with the Seceshj Kebelunion. i,oi-iJ 1
epcuuu iyi, " acis,jiti scenes, Qi padps V
Abraham Lincoln, Win. Seward.
ton, Ulysses OFant, Wm. Sherman, Benjamin
tcall Jackson, Holt. E. Lee, 'Humphrey Mm
snai, uacti Mosoy, Mrs. Uai, Mrs. Lincoln
lino .W' ' . If-.I. - . ; '
Attzerott and PnvmJ FnJerirl: 7Wi7i.'
uimeuouse iioaojes iiuil Kun Pan-
nn. ;x tt . t-i -. . 1
Richmond Calico Ball : Pomnev
AndeisonviIJe Horrors : Richmond BurninW
Lincoln Assassinated; Booth BulJtted;Mrs.
itt , Strangled -j Davis ;: Rccenstructecjl ;
t's Jubileo-Speqch, ajjd Grand Traris
formation Scene ; "Ijet us
Price 15 Cents SendjPostage StampR.
Dr. C. W. SELDEK, Publisher,
to 3m tsgJvlDn-Avel New York city
XV.tt Yd U j tVAXT
II A U D W iA K E
- At Low Figures t
.on Ue aty0. 2, Gran t
UU'li .. j
Sali&Larv .K C. JuntS-ltf
J. M. MCCOKKLE.
KcCOEKLE & LtiTTZT
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'THEOi F. Kl 11TZ
A 1 1 CRS I. ti A K D ( C 1 b 1 I ( J . h ,
--CsriTOUiee or, Coi;in il Streiil. oi r 0(-ilnli
vouu liou-e. - . o7:tni
ALLGOOK'S POROUS PLASTER
A Curative Host ir Itself. -
Thirty yeat'.s experience hJ firmly rooted :
Allcock' Porouri PSa;er .in public estimation. :
Thfir wonderfif adajitabiliij i to the varioui
symtoniH of disease is a marvel to medical niejn
of aii schoolsi. iur iveryouK g irsor.s and luna J
tics, one oj- more applied to the fij.ine produc
ed s!e.p wh. fi o)ia!es; even InJilm te of chloral,
had hei iiiui Ijitlo 8ervjre. Now, when dnecan- ';
not pletp,' its is thecommon pracliceMo apply :
a Planter t- tiie ha-k. 'tu stjureeiy touch the '.;
piliow i'efo) e veil j:ru seur;d asleep.: A
Alle.ek? IN.riau Phfers hkive the curative :
effect oi tho Spanish fly Uistfs, ytt muke no J
sore, aiid ne ytr allet tjthe kiduiyn ; are coivtui
eut for all aex aodj conditidim, usually onl'
producing a "blusJi" on the skin, and morectr-
tauiiy cuiative than hnimtnii or blisters, and
without prostration or pain of the latler.
This is true even in Cruupjuinsy, Pleuricy,
Lung and Throat Affeclionrtd the utility of
ibis .-aniinry invention has ben warmlv wel
comed. They are large Ijl sofcS in every jartof
the. world, and it Wteiieved iiat-not let than
five hundred llioupanTT persons are .well, arid
attending to the duties of life free from pain,
whojiavean AllccctV I'orois Plaster some
where about them, and wtid but fyr lhe said, A
placer, would-be prtislrate upon a bed of ago- ; '
ny,. Besides, a peculiar piny, pleasant odor, halo, '!
or atmosphere -exhales from Uuui by the warmth of A
the body, imperceptible to the eye, but winch
envelops the person in a clotid of U.in vaior.
through which contagmn cannjot penetrate. On -
iaii, AiicocR riasters supilyan. atmosphere
like that from balsam orpine woods, and ne
doubt attract ozones When contagious or ivect
cus diseases are about, they shorn d be worn on, iK :
tent or buck as preventives. j
THE ALLCQQK'S POROUS PIASTER -
i . ; j . i :
ootlies pam, reanimates torpid limbs, seems,
in many cases to revive the powers of life. t
The great deiiuuid proves tlieni to be used a
a universal remedy. They are cc ri verticil tof ap
plication, aud sate for all, being incapable of
producing any injuHows eifectt.
Dr. Valentiiit Aik.it, Dr. Jojinson, f Hart
ford, ami Dr. Myers. of Savaniah. havewokenr
of them in the higheKt termsl The great Motl
sajd : J hey were all that could be honed for
iw a 'plaster simple, cleanjyj and adhesive;
perfect aa artificial supporters bf the musclcBi
and forpaina, because of their icounter-irfitant
qualities, usually at once giving ease." Locl
weakness of the'baek, breast and- side.llway
benefited, lliuscuring iumb.fgts in a ftw,hours, .
sometimes In a feyf minutes. . , L
In serious heart and "chest jaffeclions their
use causes an absorption Or evaporation of wa
ter, by which dropsy of the heart and hydro
thorax have undoubtedly been1 cured.
They appear to have'a rect.liar effect nnon
the nervous, allaying irritability whilesupply
TDgwRrmtiu They seem to'accmulate elec
trieity, and aid the circtiliitin'n nf M.p blood
throngli the part where applied, bv which ...
liea ltiiv actions are Jrinrprl : I r -
flhe Porous Piasters are flexible, and found
. great hvip to those who ibae weak back
r pains in the silf. Ksr.P.-i.illv r iKpt val-
naole to llto-e w.ho have-iieglcted colds. They -are
often prevx-ntirts of consumption; nay,
they are believed to have loosened the graspoi
thiri terrible sfTliefiori, nnd had been mainly
instrumental at eflei ting a cure. -In! variable
Himatos th..ey shouldbe worn on the hreast,' '
cetween the siioulders.icr oveifthe kidnvs,by
bhose who are Subledt to take c0IJ cailv.' Tlu?
simple plan wHl oon produce constitutional.
vigor mat will ensbJ one to esifitextraorai- : .
nary changes of temperature. 1 Experience b i
proved the Porous Plaster m U't- blessine tp
the consumptively inrlinM inMriahlv nroduc- t
ing the mot reniarkabie,;ahalemept of j !
orst symptoms.- . .
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