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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1879.
Manual of Calhoun's Disquisition on Covefiif.)
The Concurrent vs. the Numerical Ma
MnraL nt Former Over Latter.
1. &aA&iewm mihe Ufm
rnvi4tttofetitaM tea cofceutretc majo
tV wiffraffe can without disadvantage
and ultimate disaster Je . made univer
sal. Whereas in governments of the
nmprinal maioritv. to make suffrage
Tinritv tn makfl suffraire
its property, unaer ine con
tml of the ismorant and vicious. In the
present state of the world, every com
munity shows this class to be in the
majority, and there will be no want of
demagogues to array the ignorant and
dependent against the smaller class of
the rich and intelligent Hence the
government f alls, into the hands of. the.
most vicious element of the country,
and a rule at once vulgar, and despotic
is the result, as the pages of history so
Wnf how different the case in eovern-
ments of the ponourtentajotity f J
mere numuers mtveiru fiusuiuio wu
trol, and -, the higher and- lower classes,
ttnd their interests' identical, for the
anvM-nment bv virtue of its mode of
aemagpguer raias jns Tfup". .jsy...
and stteltffen, paving the rMici rrte
pat. in viftWT control affairs; Hence the
Hcht of auff race, under such a condi
tion of things, may with safety be en
lflrcwl. without detriment to society."
9.. TTnitlna the community. As al
ready shown, the concurrent pftncip!
unites thf community, however dfver
its interests may be. On the cpptr.ar.y,
however united its interests may be,
the numerical majority tends to divide
the community, and gives rise to two
ereat parties. These fight for the spoils
under the influence Of" amMtton, - av
arice, rivalry. Each party looks out for
itself and builds itself up on the ruins
of the common country. The interests
of party come to be. deemed paramount,
statesmen sDrinfp ui to reflect tile state
of nolitical feeline statesmen ready to
give up to party what was meant for
mankind. Hence under the evil auspi
ces of the numerical majority the coun
try is divided into two hostile camps,
waging war upon each other until one
or the other wins victory . at the expense
of countrv and civil liberty, ret emu
tra, the concurrent principle, by virtue
of its beneficent sway, makes the inter
est of each .the interest of all. and. the
interest Of 'the whole 'the iinterest of
each. Under these circumstances, at
tachment to country becomes the pre
dominant sentiment, and patriotism
rises refulgent over the prostrate lorm
MORAL ADVANTAGES. ( ,
l. Imvroved tone ofvarty. The con
current principle, being of the essence
of self-restraint and of regard for the
rights of others, elevates the morals of
parties makes high the standard of po
litical ethics, because whatever elevates
the man will elevate the party of which
he is a member. The concurrent prin
ciple makes , truth, justice and patriot-
commumtv. and hence must produce
the result claimed the elevation of the
morale of the country, It is under the
auspices of thet :copiurrent principle
that political battles will be fought
with the sword cf truth; and high de
bates on matters of State will take the
place of petty and heated controver
sies. On the other hand, let the numer
ical principle prevail, and the individu
al demoralization which the lust of
power occasions extends to the party
to which the individual is attached ; for
what injuriously affects the morale of
the man will extend to his party. assoi
ciates, and then the whole mass pecomes
tainted with a vicious element, vln this
ease the political; weapons employed
win ue tnr?weaij5a auu anaiaise -
2, inpromatone of wlioU, communi-
ty. isor, u may Denaaea, -vauxofigoQa
effects esaitiJiEr fxom the cpnenrront
princiide ' the bad effects rsTitttog.!
irom tncim metieai principle,; oe eonniir
ed to tltose immediately (gn gaged in pol
itics, i Good and" evil' are alike conta
gious: Uence it ' fbllbw& -fromJ ell-
established, principles or nu'niancon-'
dufit,thatsje rat;iret5ommunity, whUi-4
er voters offojon-oiBrs, wui ue euner
elevated, in' a moral and religious point
of vie oi tdelisised,' according as you
have the concurrent, or the 'numerical
principle enthroned. Thus have the
political and moiadyaTitages of j the
concurrent principx been plainly-portrayed.
The Concurrent vs. fhe Numerical Ma
Latfef in est'tonloj&bier
The great end. of government is to
protect and perfect. soclety-ko defend
society from external assaults and pre
serve it from internal abuses and dis
orders. Further, tiie great ojbiect of 1
and to poDee6roerty, as well as ner-
sons. . jtfufc J6:ll)thls 'reffectiYely--gov J
ernment'mltn, 4ts":c0ncessi6u: ofj
uue iiDeriy.-reservfj5 td itself a sufBeieiit
amount of power This is necessary ,to
governmemaremciency. "To "giveTiber
ty at the expense of the bower reouifiiTTJwatried-iB swamp -only-iifty-feet
1. i, . . . . . .7 T.
uy me government to oo us dutv is the
dictate of political weakness and politi
cal sentimentality. TJie due prpportion
of liberty and power 4is a delicate and
difficult problem one that has puzzled
the brain of not a few political philoso
phers. And yet the solution is necessa
ry to the end that the true purposes of
government may be subserved. ;
It is plain that the proportion of lib
erty and power is properly to be deter
mined by circumrtances. It is not an
invariable quantity nor need it be
deemed an unknown quantitv which
cannot be found. It is a grievous error
to hold that any community is entitled,
to absolute, liberty: .as .an inalienable
ngnc it is surely more important that
a people be safe in person and the"f ruits
of their labor than that ; they should be
free without restraint, f Liberty, how
ever desirable, must be deemed subor
dinate to protection. Nor is it to be
deemed a free gift to a Countrv. It is a
boon to be conferred upon those com
munities mat earn it and deserve it.
The Jeffersonian proposition that all
men are born free and eaual is not trim
Men are born dependent, "subject to ba
A. 1 j j a
- rental uuniroi, ana suoject to tne laws
of the country to which they belong,
and are , entitled to self-government
. oniy wnen tney are worthy of it by
their intelligence and virtue and train
ing, and consequent power of elf-con-troL
Furthertrue . liberty is to be
found , within the domain of the law.
--Tha reagle, tha emblem of freedom, as
, ,,he seeks to reach .the sun' in Ms lofty
flight, mustllirect Lis course agreeably
to the lawwthKfe Jeriy the passage of
birds, or J falls from his pride of place,
a vassal shorn of his liberty., ,x , f
Or take the majesticV river that, n a
lordlv SDirit of -liberty, rolls its ample
waters to the"ocean. It inust direct
its wayiigreeably? to fixed laws, or it
overflows its DanKS, anu, losing its
.beneficent freedomr-becomes a; vas
' sal , stream.. mT iThus - is nit .? with ' men
nrwl r.t onnrnpi. with communities: of
men. Is there any genuine liberty for
. him who sets at definace the laws of
" firvi ' nr the laws of man ? r He is the
t -veriest slave. They only are free whom
the truth, that is. coniormity w tu?
f"VI j , ., g t
Spirit oXTaW. ifaSkes freelTs that
mnnir.v rrefl tna inrows on
wholesome restraints of the laws that
ordinarily govern society ? Then see
in ranee tne illustration oi UDerty
when thi 're'nch IRevOlution i bhowed
so iuuy mat ucense was not iiDeny.
Uiso noo uvv uMviv;t i
v freest yhoiv post 1
ion holds ior tne community. Jaw is
not antagonistic to liberty. ijn.the con
trary, lawl fiui ,ahl MaMian .of
iberty its aima mazer. Any otner
view maxes iiDerry run into license,
twwu.. nroffress and ' prosperity. Or to
expressic uintsriiwy,'vuw iurewuino
erty ana power must ne so arrangea as
erty ana power muse De so arran
nower makes crovernment wea
put power makes government weak and
conterqptiblp. vejnment i hereTbe
comes a political, paralytic. 'An power
without iiDerty maKes government se
vere and tyrannical. Government here
becomes a cruel rioTBerce giant
The question, now arises how can
the ends of erovernment be best sub
served ? i 'Or, how an .' liberty! andp"G
er be secured in due proportion? . The
AIlswer,'is,, that these" ; results w 'best
promoted by a concurrent majority.
And, for these reasons:
A."t Tf.rpist;rintfi roSrernment,tQ Its Bri-!
fnary ends, and; keepa itiinjita Jwroper;
sphere. Tne granatiaency oi gov
ernment is to pass Deyona its proper
limits. It is this tendency which puts
Uberty4n periJ Noar, gavernmenli.,Af.
the concurrent majority counteracts
thfe tenQeneiIThosef)f thurffcall
I 1 1 1 4-ln n vtnwviA
erty is, mweeu, inie uiuie tiiau jictuic
unaer hii ausuiute guvciuiuwu), iuuuu
ing those of u the numerical majority.
But in the government of the concur-
i-ant principle, ach mterjest having a
nigve'ipil ta fcctionJof trie ottieflu-
teiesuj. Kuveiiiixiciit is uuuiiucu n it
. . T 1 1-1 A. J
legitimate enas, ana nuerty is saveu
In the one case, liberty is made secure
from the inroads of power: in the other
pasA. nowp.r absorbs liberty
' 2: Another Ireasonl whir. ihe. In-bpgr
ends of government, viz: liberty and
power in, due proportion, are best
reached by concurrent principles, is be
cause such government is more f avora
ble; to progj ess ' as .the cortseluenfc$ jof
being more favorable to the enlarge
ment and security of liberty.
3. Another reason is because power
is increased without liberty being di
minished, which appear f rora the fol
lowing considerations': " 1
Under the influence of the freedom,
"which concurrent principle givs, phy
sical discoveries are made; and air the i
power that comes from such sources is
fully realized. But not physical power
alone is given. Moral power is likewise
afforded. The mental activeness of the
people are aroused, and they become
buoyant in spirit, robust in sentiment,
self-reliant in character. They are al-
f so madepatriotieand harmeies, -Thus
the community, realize all those men
tal, moral and. material influences that
make up the largest power, and this,
too, as before established, with the least
restraint of liberty.
Thus the advantages of the concur
rent government over that of the nu
merical government, in respect to the
ends of government, appear in this,
that the concurrent government solves
the vexed question of government in
giving ity piia$mympf Mwer pith
minimum of restraint, tlfus securing xo
the country all the power needed for
the arp ojfovernment, and at the
same" timefofvihg to the citizen his full
measure of national liberty within- the
lines of law. J. V. T.
Eleven Children Die from Drinking It
What Will be Done.
Boston, June 1. Further particulars
liave beeu received from Vermont rela
tiveto the wholesale poisoning of school
children?TbeirireraWo' dispatch from
Island TVynd aflva that tliA rHrt sflinol
iistxu;it Kno'H?astiie.loD tlis
tricU at JfewarkteiliJTiiiles from here.
numbering twenty '.cfaildtehjanJc water
from ft brewkpoisdiied liyhje jQarcasses
pi ucau -norses ana eepaiso-Tpotato
t0n vhieh Paris green been
used, they ;being thrown into tjtie6?ook.
Seventeen children were takenSown
and eleven are'dead. The others "can
niot livHEdward Morttrvlost tWQ,Fred
Simpson one, L. Wilson one, Mr.Park
pttm John teef Jakii itldriel M v e.
thus - taking liis ' en tire" fa milyJM lii ve
fchildfen. Mrs. Aldricb is; hopelessly
JnsarteU ffhe childrenvaaffered untold
ngjonlesl and after deatli the bodies'be-
came "putrid ana required immediate
uunai. voik. uas ueeirsnspenaeaana
great excitement prevails The teacher
of the school noticed something wrong
about the taste pf , the water and for
bade its use in the sehooL but seventeen
of the scholars nsed it, ami were strick
en tlown within twentv-iour houraJOne
of the children, assort4 bfiMr . liidBon,
pulled through. ,Justyyj3 tfie school
house was a held or potatoes last season.
and Paris green iWaaused extensively to
exterminate potato bugs. ' The potato
tops were dtrmpfd into the barnyard of
Horace Cheiiewwno biiilt a drain from
the barnvard to tHi 'brdrtk : he alsdiibn-
riea a colt, m tne"spxrng of-l&is, ova the
terwashed out parts at the carcasa A
Air. Simpson K wlicrJiaa lost one child,
objected, to tae colt being buried there,
and caused Cheney to move it4vndr5ury
I 11.. 1 1. 1.1. 1. l i
from the brook, thewater of which ran
into the Jbfcook. Cheney remarked that
he guessed that he hadn't bettered it
much. Violent s threats are f reelv ex
pressed toward Cheney. Samples of the
water have been sent to Boston for
analysis, and the Selectmen will not
take any proceedings till the result is
known. Old and young are taking the
disease, but in a milder form, and will
soon recover. Six physicians have been
unremitting in their attendance. ; Pub
lic opinion runs high, each one having
his or her views of the trouble, no two
stories being alike. "The brook was
poisoned,,and Cheney did it," is a com
mon": ,'extJression: ; The matter -wilt be
At-. i... i v .!' -.- si j t
uiqrougniy ana property siitea, ana tne-
offenders, if any, will meet with just
Chemical Works Destroyed by Fire.
"VVobtjrn, June 3. The works of the
Merrimac Chemical company, at North
"VVoburn, were discovered on fire last
night. The most valuable portion !of
the buildings were destroyed. The loss
is estimated at $00,000 to $75.000 be
lieved to be f ullv insured. The lead
chambers containing vitriol were des
troyed, lettinsr loose larere Quantities of
vitriol which ran round in pools, mak
ing it very dangerous for the firemen
A. V. Weeks, book keeceuofor the com
panyleUinto a large. paiddie of the vit
riol and was ; badly burned, rendering
his recovery doubtful. Several others
were burned with the vitriol- '; f
As the tteTfectlerf 6f erftlrety ieifenfl oa the per
fection oi minutiae, so no one can hope for ; rp
bust health of the entire system if the blood should
ue ennre system 11 me mouu euumu
east Impure. Its standard of purity
it4 by Jieuse joj pryuU's Blood
become In the least
1 best maintained
Mixture.' ' -
Thousands lit It, Wky Hesitate.
It Is adanted especially to those cases where itbe,
womD is .oisoraere
At .alia lmonana " a
jd, and will cure any lrregularitj
i Dr. f. Biedieldfs Female Begu-
' m 'tt ica. ly A a mrlHun
latorabMi Hke n charm towhftei r-ina sudden
eheck-ot the "monthly courses," from coin, trpuoie
Of mind, er like causes, by restoring the discharge
in evArr lnatnnM. Ho nlno in chronic eases Its ac
tion Is prompt and decisive, and saves the eonstitaV
uon irom counuess ems ana premature, uoay.
Isk your druggist for a circular. ; s
- iU8y28 lm
11.1 WWI l"if WI 'iWW
m m m m m - r. : tt '
W- m-.M. il It ', "V W . : . II Jinn .of tnn sT
aTTthen : --"- c' - i nq i-sio r-i irj-rfzgoi vi
1 uuwivww.w. I JWil WIJUJIMH .in mil i Hit Iliiii "n f
,S DYSENTERY. PIUOUS FEVSRi AGUE AND FEVER,
8yAUNDlCtfFILtS,J1lREUHATlSli KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLIC, ETC.
low of Appetite and Wanaea, the bowela
are costive, but BometLmea alternate with
looseneaa, Pain in the Head, accompanied
With a Dull sensation in the back part, Fain
in the right aide and nnder the shoulder-
, fullness after eatins, with a disin-
some duty, Cteneral weariness; Dizziness,
Fluttering at the Heart. Dots before the
with fitful dreams, highly colored Urine.
IF THESE W ASKINGS ABjfpjnTTfflfe,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOOHaXCEVEtfrfm
i be ci afl y-fKa pttWrB u c h
cases, a single dose effects
such a change of feeling as to
ftst6nlsh the sufferer.
3 jq'S PILLS
are compoandad from anbstaaeea that are
free from any properties that can Injure
the moat delicate organization. Tbey
" ' Search, Cleanse, Pnrlfy, and lavinrnro
the entire System. By reHeviug the en
. . aTorsed LJyer, they cleanse the blood
1 1vmktixin hameis, kaA ihedjbH T
' 1 bealtVmnd vitality to-tttlbody eiuiafasl
the bowela to act naturally, without
which no one can feel well.
A. .ijptecl, .Divine says:,
C l Dr.'TOTt : fSt s Bbr tirt years I hnve besn
a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation and Piles. Last
Spring your Pills wen recommended to me ; I used
them (bat with little faith). I am now a well man,
have good appetite, digestion perf act, regular stools.
have good appetite, digestion perfect, regular stools.
piles gone, and 1 have gainnd forty pounds solid uesa.
litrht in eo'.t
They are worth tneir weignt in go.a.
Rrv. R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville. Ky.
jTbairfiisf QflHt Increase the Appeti-c,
arid canWthe boflfto Take on Flesh, t,uit ,o
system is nourished, and by their Tunic A
tion oa the Diveative Orgaus, lCegulur
Stools are produced. '
DR. J. F. HAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK SAYS f 5
" Few diseases exist that cannot be relieved by re
storing the Liver to its normal faoetonsiuul fer
this DurDose no remedy has ever been rnvertlfed tlit
- has an hFFT sa tffairt TITTT'fi PlTil .S "
SOLD EYERYWHERf- PRICE.25 ENTS.
OClce 33 i May J&tcee: tH&. York.
PT- Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable Infor-
Gbat Hatb ob TDali
as Harmless as SDrinafwai
sent by exnru on receipt of f 1.
Office; 3? Murriy $t$ew York.
apr 1 ly.
45 Years Before the Public.
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
U - : f-: mDG I
DAIN in the right side, uhderfhe
XT edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
. on- the j left side ; sometimes ',the"3ain
'is ftlt-lmder the shoulder blde, fend
it frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The stom
ach, Reflected, ?sv4th loss of, appierite
: arid sickness ;ih& bowels ltd general
are costive, sometimes alternative with
lax ; the head is troubled with pain,
accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation in the back $art. There;Js gen
erally a considerable loss-6f fnemory,
accompanied with a painful sensation
of havmgleft undone something which
ought to have been doneA slight,
dry cough, is somefjfie$ IjSrsjjttendant.
The patient complains of weariness
and debility ; he is easily , startled, his
feet are cold or burning, and he com
plains joCa prickly sensation of the
skin ; hksrjmts'are low f and Although
he is satisfied that exercise would be
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try'it.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
3 Seyeralt the abovejmptorns, tttend
- the jsekse, Mit-taavV occurred
where tew ot them existed, yet exam
ination of the body, after deathr has
shown.ihe liver to have beerkexten
iVlerar5geri QQB(i I
ague" And fever.
Dr- C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
tae wnuinetaferolctive of
, the 'most appy results, ; " No better
Cathartic Can be Used, preparatory to,
or. after, takingnQuinine a would
eHie al whaTlre arffiltyiivith this
..(disease to give them a fair trial.
' For all bilious' derangements, and
as a simpTelji'pTTreT"theyr'e-TTri-equaly:
'JStQit'J'i 'tj I f; i)
i ne genuine are a eve
livery box has a red wax seal on the
lid, with the impression Dr. McLane's ,
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills
bear the signatures of C. McLane and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist . tfporfc.ihaving tie genuine .Dr. m
. .v. muiANE S l,iver Fills, prepared by
Fleming Bros., of Pitfsburn. Pa., thin
marketf being i'ull o .imitations of thelic
name JO.cL.ane, spelled differently but
JOTICE OF SEIZURE!
- . . ' g; S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
Collector's Office, 6th District North Carolina.
Statesvllle, N. C, May 16, 1 879.
?ifrc8TSaBn ot totemal Bevenne Laws,
tJ? heJeb7..?lTSn to 1116 owner or claimants
of the above described property to appear before
-. . . . . oaum wui na TOMeitftrt trt UlA
United States, i
S-;:.vil.J. J. MOTT.
J. . YOCNO.
fmayl8 3t InSOdys
"J"' - - - Collector.
n Tnnnin nucn
ri n in uiini "in ii inn
l 1 or L.r oiai ibiv-nuivmTi wot rr cri cuo
IxCSS changed to a Gu8aT
d t-efii i
itn ;ofSt snfiM'iiii j tiiijsffi--JutJsaui?
, Hlsth tasrtri .oitrtWTS ;0t 89l5
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rrs;4.1.x eJfi.-wn 5m vTiitfibio toe8 ';5I.t
l&.r.o ol erto.JX ;0tl. i-jwte : fr-mH.-Buy
and sell on consignment all wagsj?foiia
Wjfl wol tnlUMiu ;labjO hotoKimjiW
0w aislf-rti tmsli oi : 9f JwJo rtioq t
Will give strict persorjiU'' oi;.r- j
oit niiumwe (iiM uosva : '
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XJKh'sTl. ; nlelrra imi-.t ;- esiwiMioa I
. I:tjf, -.iis ut : iusnilaoO ,
for erery class of UnderteJcing. Having on hand !
full assortment of
.;bjiJ! fcsoiv hWlu4 uf ttA I
CpFBTNS, CASKETS AND BUBIAL --tefeUHS
Both Wood and Metallc
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Hearses furnished, f desired
Vumlture of every Description Repaired at char
.T-.f,y Wf;,, ;
With E. G. Sogers, Trade Streets
Bottled Ligeri Beer,:
, ' ALE AND PORTER,
Is comer ftaSjl and Boundary Avenue. Delivered
to any part of the city, free of charge for Jl.odpei
dozen."'' :ii . t---i -.if- . Ja -'.Mz-.i r
or shop wHI re
ceJbre prompt attenllon: 11
raai4 ' .a
DR. J. II. Mr Aden,
DRUGGIST AMD CHS1UST,
Now offers to the trade a full stock of
Lubin's Extract and Colognes,
Colgate, Honey and Glycerine Soaps.
English, French and American
v i 1
Carefully prepared at all hours, both night and
J. H. McADENS
200 Barrels of
a WEST SONS
EXTRA X6. 1 KEROSENE
ALADDIN SECURITY OIL.
West's Extra No.
1 Kerosene OIL from C West ft
Highest Medal a warded at Centennial Exposition.
Crystal Oil works, Canton; Warranted to stand a
fire test of 110 degrees Fahrenheit before it will
burn. c. west Sons, Baltimore.
For Sale b jr. .
Da. J. BL McADEN, Sole Agent,
,ICE !? ICE !
AT THE SAME OLD STAND,
V Where I am prepared to furnish a superior quality
w w wn may want ice. six cart win aiso mane
jdaUy deliveries at Dlaces of . buslnesfi or nrlvate
Laesldances. teders given the driver, addressed to
metarough P O. Box 153, or delivered tome at
joO qn. lot of Rock Island Factory, will receive
yiuiupi sueayvu, . : . .
f iatemer whe ,bf trin- with me rwul be suDDUed
iue euure seasoa w uie inuowarifcnguresi r
HfivtUfQ ' wfj r ' '4i'is.' ..-V,..v..v, J
In auantifles less than 6104. , ' ,2c. per fe..
-mai$hviu!t &to 60,lbs., 1 ' iifa. per lb.
.The ae flgures are the same at which Ice has
ieen sold for the last tmn wuuuini shn I hui
combetltlofi: ffnff as I have uuHuriuunMrt-fariiwiMi
w cvuuuu me Quwness oa icgiumaie principle,
consumers will consoit their -Interest y giving me
a trial. : .
lee for shipping In any qaanHtr carefully packed
and forwarded with dSpatchT
Thanktul for yonr patronage in the past,Ire
Spectrally sk aoondnuance of the same!
,,,. J. T. AMTHONT.
QQQ FEE SIMPLE DEEDS, n v
. , MOST APPROTED FORM. -rOTT
LsVv Printed and For Sale at the' ; - -
o mlU K iK. I'.iN illifNl t-i
It .iml )s?1 ri "M j'Vff'i.io "ilt
.ri - :
Iln eonaectkni wltb, the publication of Thk Oi-
SEfiYia , and th4 estabhment ixf 1 one of the larg-
eat; mosteoraplete; and most, tboronghly equipped
lAtheSeuthflthe proprietor has Just added a eom-
- ' ' AND ' f
Capable o executing the very best class of work at
sh'orf notice. Old magazines, newspapers, law or
other pooka rebound in handsome style, and at
very low figures.
And work of tills class, ruled and bound to order.
We are prepared to furnish close estimates on
every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
A FULL SUPPLY OF WOOD TYPE FOR
Theatricals and other exhibitions can get their
DATES and POSTERS printed here in as attractive
a manner as in New York.
We have a very full supply of type for printing,
at short notice and In first class style,
BRIEFS FOR THE SUPREME COURT,
And lawyers desirous of presenting their argu
ments in good shape will do well to give us a trial.
We have the most accurate proof-readers, and our
work is as free from defects as it is possible to
Receipt Books, :
.. Business. Cards,
In fact, all kinds of printing done at short notice
u Special attention given to Railroad Printing. ;
. . Having a larger supply of type than, most Job es
tablishments, , BOOK WORK lias been and will
continue to be a specialty with us. "
Br SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
' P. a Box 182."
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5 , THE OBSERVER,
A ia : i- Charlotte, N. C.
Ha...1..- ..I '.'..:, ;.;' .
: Jb (JeweJur aadj aucy, Ooodl, od ,ani silver
i - i i s SELER AJKD it si ,t -iti
.if !.. f US :
. SILVKRk- ; j
GOLD AND SILVER
Gold-Head Canes and everything you want
J. T. BUTLER'S.
, , iroui rtiris, inuiue,
WITCH and CLOCK MAKER, GILDER and SIL
. ' ' ER PLATER,
Trade Street, .opposite First Presbyterian Church,
-if Nat Gray Store.
Every kind of repairs made at once at half Drice-
and warranted one year! Every kind of Jewelry or
Brdrm Gliding, Coloring; 8ilverPlatlng and . Gal
vanlalngmade at short notice .and equally as good
as new. Work done for the trade at low prices
Apprentice wanted, with premium and good
references. - -
Mlred work uncalW. fer will be sold at the
expiration of twelve months for cost of repairs.
OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
This Institution was regularly incorporated by
the Legislature of the State for Educational and
Charitable purposes in 1868, fob thk tkbM Of
twinty-jtvk tears, to which contract the Inviola
ble lalth of the State la pledged with a capital of
$1,000,000, to which it has since added a Reserve
Fund of $350,000. Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS will take place monthly. It
never scales or postpones. Look at the following
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
during which will take place the
109TH GRAND MONTHLY
EXTRAORDINARY SEMI-ANNUAL DRAWING
At New Orleans. Tuesday, June 17th, 1879,
Under the personal supervision and management
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana,
and Gen. J. A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 8100,000.
Notice Tickets are Ten Dollars Only.
Halves, $5. Fifths, 82. Tenths, $ I.
LIST OF PRIZES :
1 Capital Prize of $100,000-.. . $100,000
1 Grand Prize ot - .. 50,000.... 50,000
1 Grand Prize of 20,000-. . . 20,000
2 Large Prizes of 10,000,... 20,000
4 Large Prizes of 5,000-. . . 20,000
20 Prizes of 1,000... 20,000
50 Prizes of 500.. .. 25,000
100 Prizes of 300 ... 30,000
200 Prizes of 200 ... 40,000
600 Prizes of 100.... 60,000
10,000 Prizes of 10,.... 100,000
100 Approximation Prizes of $200 $20,000
100 Approximation Prizes of 100 10,000
100 Approximation Prizes of 75 7,500
11,279 Prizes, amounting to J 522,500
Application for rates to clubs should only be made
to the office of the company In New Orleans.
Write for circulars or send orders to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Postoffice Box 692, New Orleans, Louisiana
Reject all violent Purgatives. They ruin
tone of the bowels and weaken the digestion.
is used by rational people as a means of. relieving
all derangements of the stomach, liver and Intes
tines, because It removes obstructions without pain,
and Imparts vigor to the organs which it purifies
and regulates. ,
Sold brail Druggists.
These Pills will prevent and cure Dyspepsia.
They are an unrivalled Dinner PHI, mlM aperient,
and admirably adapted as a family medicine. They
are used ; by the most cultivated people In our
country, and are extensively UBed bf physicians In
their practice.' Sold by Druggists generally. Send
for circular. E. R. BECK WITH, ole Manufaetur
er, Petersburg, Va. -x " '.sis
CELEBRATED ' " ',
Physician, Mount Hope Retreat, Baltimore,
Writes: "I have great pleasure' In adding my testi
mony to the virtues of Cornell's Lleblg's Liquid Ex
tract of Beef and Tonic Invlgorator as the very best
preparation used for depression; weakness and in
digestion, and, therefore, confidently recommend
it to the medical . profession. Sold ' by all drag
gists. J ! j- i
j , .
tW vnl A'-lai;y pilwOiH;rmouiJi .
and or iii.tiw krty.vinmlMimn, losrltour
new n(t wouJerfu 1 i n vent lotin.' , Mr mean toe Mm.
fimyjle free. AddreasbHBiLMi 4 Co-, Maibluai, J
a month and expenses guaranteed to
Agents. Outfit free Shaw & Co., Augus-
te'j'lpl- A YEAR and expenses to agents.
Address P. O. ' VICKERY, Augus-
ta, Maine, is ;
' THE HOUSEWIFE'S
m il ijfl Ji
The latest and most complete Invention of the
day Crocker fc Fawns worth's Fluting and Smooth
ing Iron.' Saves the expense of fuel and the se
vere task, of standmg over a hot fire oh Ironing
days.- . r : ,
This Xrori heats Itself, and win save Its worth In
wood consumed under the old process in a abort
time, to say nothing of the health of those who do
We are the agents for the State of North Caroli
na, and we propose to commence the sale of it in
Mecklenburg, Gaston and - Lincoln counties - at
once. 'Any one wishing to purchase the right to
sell in other counties In the State will do well to
apply at once' to the undersigned at Charlotte, N.
- t. r-.Y i-K:ttNEWCMEB,
The sample Irons hare arrived and are at H. T.
Butler's hardware store. vC, S. Mallard is our agent
lor Mecklenburg county,. ' rl .'
:;Mayl5, 1879d3m. , ' v-Vi- ' T ' '
QNE OF THE M03T ONE OF THE MOS'p
."iwtopound possesses "the most reniartebu
:mflabled and abraded isaeeVS 'tor-v
. , ;''Ta J "tit itnaEMtd ' u:
without a box of ithf the houseVhTslciarr
to virtues; and the thZB7
Unite Jn recommendinr it Beware of oBterTeu.
Ask for Henry's Carbolic Salve, en take no olher
JOHN F. HENRY, CVRRAN A CO..
Sole Proprietors? ''
8 College Place, New York.
For sale by L. R?Wrlston & Co.. Charlotte. N. c.
.SMITH'S WOUM OIL.
Athens, Ga.A December 8, 1 878.
Worm Oil, and the '-next (day. be passed sixteen
little grrt,Htouryeaja eld, and she pissed eteht v
worms. &mmmwiMmVuT ,
- w F PHTTTTPQ
Price 25" .eeIlB.,
w ja. g. AJAJJW4?f AlUtJIlS. US.
Is a perfect 6m! &tu3iC khd ls the
only purely Vegexxbi remedy known to sci
ence, that has made radical and. Permanent
Cubes of Syphilis and Scttorvut in all their
stages. , . ; v
It thoroughly removes mercury from the
system; it relieves the agonies of mercurial
rheumatism, and speedily cures all skin diar
Sold by druggists generally.
Bishop D. S. Doggett (Southern Meth.)
It is an excellent corrective of Indigestion. Have
used it with prompt beneficial results.
Rev. Dr. Mangum, Prof. University of N. C.
I concur with Bishop Doggett in his estimate of
the Vest Pocket Cure. .
Bw. E. A. Yates, P. E. N. C. Conference.
It has benefitted me. ,Send another package.
Rev. Leroy M. Lee, D. D., Meth. Hlst'n.
I am never without it at home or abroad. It Is
an antidote to indigestion. Uneasiness after a
meal or purging Is checked and the bowels regula
ted. Its merits are attested by numbers of high
character. I have seen a " tried- verythlng" dys
peptic of fifteen years relieved ky one dose.
Rev.'Dr3. Jeter, Broaddus, Dickinson (Bap.)
It is endorsed by the direct personal testimony
of men of national fame and of strictness of
speech. It 1b hot too much to say that no medicine
ever had such support in its favor as a specific.
The word of any one of the eminent divines who
underwrite this antidote1 to dyspepsia has deserved
weight Their united witness joined with the ex
perimental use and approval of the preparation by
well-known physicians, removes all doubt. It Is,
beyond question, a wonderful therapeutical agent.
Editors Religious Herald, Va.
Rev. R. L. Dabney, LL. D., Ham. Sid. Col., Va.
It Is highly esteemed here by the regular Medi
cal Faculty and the people. It Is excellent for In
digestion and flatulent colie sedative, so politic,
tonic, slightly aperient, without nausea.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
For sale by:
DR. T. & SMITH, Charlotte, N. C.
ODELL, RAGAN ft CO., Greensboro, N. C.
THEO. F. KLUTTZ, Salisbury, N. C.
POLK, MILLER & CO.,
Apothecaries and Sole Proprietors,
mar 20 d&t
&pQt'kzv3 Jttija (glassware
JNO. BR00KFIILD & CO.
M LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.
Just received a lot of
Ice Cream Freemen best make, ee In 5'roin
Utes; Water Coolers, Hefrigerators, Wire
Covers Fly Traps, Pampas Plumes,
Bird Cages, Fruit Jars and
- We constantly leep on hand a full line of Plain
and Decorated Clia Crockery, Glassware, Lamp
Goods, Cutlery and Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, Tin,
Wood and Willow Ware.
are Invited to calL We sell goods as cheapas
Northern houses, and guarantee satisfaction, win
send Quotations on application.
Thanking you lor the liberal patronage In the
past, we are, : ' '
: TeTf:espeetfuu, ; ii v ,s
u . vm; jn(v BROOKFIELtk CO.,
i:. ,;.'; ",nl;i .; J).fftK- ;iJi'i : j
Charlotte,.N. &, June 1, 1879. ;
t .-Apply to - Jt-'1t t., B. H. MOR8B.
' may t-a-w-l-w- .-'' ". v- ,rf ;
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