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THE NEWS AND 1iR4LD.
BWS O 2HB DAY.
Philadelphia has a colored "Pina
Hezekiah Shaffer, who murdered
his wife, in, February 1878, was
hanged at Chambersburg, Pa., on
Fred. Douglas lectured in Staun.
ton, Va., Tuesday night, to a large
aud,ence, a very large proportion of
whieh consisted of whites.
Since the murder of Col. Alston
the grand jury of Atlanta, Ga., have
returned seventy-five true bills
against persons charged with carry
ing concealed weapons.
Maurice 3arrymore, the actor.who
was shot at Marshall, Texas, March
19th, by Jas. Currie, arrived in
Philadelphia on Wednesday, much
improved in health.
Tennyson, the poet laureate, is
visiting his brother poet, Aubrey de
Vere, at Limerick, Ireland. He in
tends introducing the siege of Lim
erick and some of its heroes in his
The name of the would-be assas
sin of the Czar is Alexander Talo
vieff- He is a schoolmaster of Torg.
pezin, Government of Pleskov. He
will be tried by the highest criminal
tribunal. The prosecutor-general,
Senator Leontieff, who is charged
with the prelininaay inquiry, has
commenced his labors.
A resolution was offered in the
Penn-ylvania General Assembly
recently, providing for the appoint
ment of a committee of Senators and
Representatives, including the
Speakers of both Houses, to proceed
to San Francisco to receive Gen.
Grant on his return to the United
The committee appointed by the
Northern New York Methodist Con
ference sitting at Louisville to
investigate charges of heresy against
Dr. B illock, of Oswego, report that
the charges are well founded. A
bill of charges will be presented to
Dr. Bullock, and lie will be arraign
ed on the charge of heresy and con
Four masked burglars broke into
the store of Rnssell & Co., at Bulger,
Penn., early on Wednesday morning
and blew open the safe. Mr. Laird,
the telegraph operator, hearing the
explosion and coming out to ascer
tain the cause was seized, gagged and
bound to a post in the store. The
burglars then set fire to the building
and decamped. Mr. Laird succeed
ed in removing the gag and arousing
the neighbors by his cries in time o
be rescued from the burning build
The extraordinary rush for the
mines of Leadville, Colorado, still
continues, and miners are flocking
there at the rate of 800 a week. Ore
is taken out worth $3 a pound. It
is thought that the locality of the
present camp will yield $36,000,000
of the precious metale per year, and
there are valleys a id rarges adjacent
to the camp enormously rich in
mines, which have not yet been fully
Replying to a vongatulatory address
of the l arshal of the l4obility, the
Czar said that he wished, notwith
standing all that had passed, to
continue to act in accordance with
the laws, but the audacity of recent
attempted assassinations forced him
against his own will to take extraor
dinary measures, not for himself, but
for all, for society, for~ Russia. This
seems to corroborate the current be
lief that the attempt on the Emper
or's life will be followed by terrible
New Summer Cook.
.IMPROVEMENT OF 1879.
jO' DOES NOTi 'I EAT THE HOUSB
Perfoot for all kinds of Cooking and Heat
Always ready and reliable.
The most uatletnetory Stov.e made and the
AO Sezid for circulars.
WZITNEY MF'G. CO.,
?-ly .: 198Ohetnt St., Phila
z. M. BEATTY A C,
is tle truifuil eo)-r. of manlny di.etees, promi
Iat1 . , ;ami wisici arII
DY,,PEP3IA, SI'K-i:EADACHE, COSTIVENES$
DYE c.;., , S.LOU3Y I.~!: AGuE A"D tVER
t+.'u'"C , P:.', C'iCUlt.Til KIDNEY COM
PLAINT, COLiE, ETC
S1MTOiS OF A
.oa of Appetise tad Nansea, the bowels
aracusyt:t'o, 1>,1t K.'1motanes k.teneterwith
too'eness, P'a:it in the IIr,ad, acnompanied
wijt a 1) till bnat iont i thu buoi part,Pain
in.the right sd4e and under the aboulder
bWado, f,ilu":.-t ali r euntinr, with a diein
clin.ttiou t.o a xuertion of body or mind, Irri
tability of t:npur, ILow epirits, Loss~of
niemory, with a foelin;; of liavir.g neglected
tome duty, Gen .ral wear[neas; Dit.zinoas,
Fluttering at tue ILcart. Dots L.oforo the
nyce, Y'llow Skin, itdacho generally
ovr the ri;ht cye, Pestleeao at night
with litAl dreante, highly colored Urine.
IF T'IiSE V/ A1INO' AJv tR ]EEDED,
SER100S DISEA3ES WILL 8004 CE UEVELOPED.
ThT T'S PILLS
are opociaIly nda%p'ed to such
,a fiin'o deso offocts
" c'1 :l C :1.-A.t,cr cf fcoling an to
. t tta'.h a t! . t o i'.t, :i"ai :'c. a at
aen.* . iiinin t'e insliin-tbt.i:ruct.nthiatre
I rece :. I a n Y. t.: 4 ,1' a it t tatt cas1 Ii.lr eo
trta Fit opt deoll :lte- orsis :ai nt 41 . ThIey
i "l1 , 1t'ir lkt a r, l'u it..a Iti. 1na irltei
th1, fit;u,M e e t 11 7 . )w ei. l; Ii,erl X i ..-C%1
' itur m d .I e , tiary rinl, ' (the 4.iunlt
ta 01:1 h! '.:,uu.lr-h4 -."nI., ar.d rhtnatntl n.tt
h"-nt.lll %W,t 1:.uit.vIt. thlp i.cvdyi 4-41Nll10
lilte hn,".a :t 1. is t lu1snti uly, volit'out
A, 1lat nko ne cae t '.r Cat well.
A i acc, Di' iA.
! . '' '"-- bo .r F:r; For t-n v a, I h -Vo been
a rtst)' 1.1 1~>. .:'",.. t : C na m l t. o . ,t.d I'ia. l,:.st
o. l i r I'..,. - l 4V."1atr1.4u:ia d In t,'.". I usesd
e.:t.n , 'tot 1".t.1 It i.u I ai:h). .-nm n".tr a % -l aann,
a.r"" l-e :'u d ap. ,n :.-. a, res inn ai'.t ,;. fet i.r t'n.I,
-u .: iYt-. 41;4 1 I-... ti d ' ,rl Iu. a. o."o.id iteau.
1lla)i .: tr.rl li t..-.: r .l"t tl , t1a
. :. 5. : t.. j ) . L- :'i'aS, Ky.
Tf-ehr It l''--t is t4 irtrca,- the Appctitte,
': i a itt-e te 1. r'Y ti 'ilho l n irta, tlita the
-S%,. sI ;a. 8aa- h I d, t.nd ty their 'osit' Ac
1o tn " 1)* I)yr i..t4 cr ,ase.l, 1i.catular
i,uoo. ar" 1rl tt ad.
OF JEW YORK, SAYS:
"Foer dist tri.a t enlutt ba ro:inr'd by ro.
Me it.tc 1.,o t.n -r i a 'lt u -rn; .d ftn tiona, and for
tis 'ari,ube r o rinn".n i .rrrr luta a inrent'd that
hi..8 it h 1. .n elYr..a.s t~'' .' 1il .
SOLD LVECYWHEfE, P.ICE 25 CENTS.
oflico X- al,urn tst !. rent, New York.
17" Dr 'TTT'f;'t A N ('A I. of Yauhble Infor
'natin uand t'aul : pt aiA " will be anallcdfres
TUTT'S HUaR D EI
ii-tA! liI.ia nit W1tihKEa .ti:nped tn a Ct.osgy
lfi.Ar'x h a i:ngl. atpiic:sti.an u, taida Uv-. It tia.
art1"t t at.t:ara:t: or. .-cta J.s :nranerayisy, ntd is
. 1t lam..e ,n ar.n, wr ntvr. .u.d ay Druggista, or
r,ent i,y e i ItrM1 ..1 rel. rt;t ofg #! 1.
O?Toc, 35 Mutrr:.v St., New York.
HOES i HOES i
Ten Dosen B3rades 00 and 000
Hoes. Alsa, Ten Dozen of the
celebrated LANES CRESCENT
No. 1 and 2 Hoes which we sold
lasit year and which gave satisfac
tion wherever used.
Five Dogen Handled Plantation
We will sell the above goods as~
cheap as any one. Prices ranging
from $4.76 to $7.25 per dozen.
imch 8 F. GERIG & SON.
hT COST FORt (]48I.
Th ese goods are of nis. pattern and
good4tyles. Oall esely and got 4 baggain
efIy&STER & BRICE.
F1BES1!E GABD SBD
.Ak 8w0b 'qash pricep
GRAND OPENING I!
Have her cousins and her
sisters and her aunts
seen suca an endless
variety and magniflcent
NEW I'RtING AND SUMMER GOODS
as were purcbased nt the recent great
sales in New York, and will be sold at
Our stock is complete in dry goods, no
tions, embroideries, ladies' nockwoar, per
funery, hosiery, ladies' hats, millinery,
straw goods. gent's futnishing goods n
all branches, latest style straw and felt
hats, boots, and shoes in all sizes for
ladies. gentlemen, misses and children,
cloth and leather. Also, the latest sty le of
To convince yourself, and save money,
call at the well-known .tand of
SUGENHEIMER & GROESCIEL.
SPECIALTY--One Hundredl large size
Ladies' Parasols, at ' cents each.
FRESH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PARLT OF
24 bbl.s. Molasses--all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian M~accaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LAR~D in bble., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Choice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Ilye aid Barley.
Naila, Traco Chains, Hor.se and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, WVhite
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Carrants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sance.
A fin4lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whi'ch will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R FLENNIKEN.
CORN AND HAY,
TUST Roeevd-at the old stand of T.
c R. Robertson-5),0 p,ounds Timov
thy and Olover Hay. Two Car Loads
NORTa OAR~OLINA CORN.
.All of whldh will be soIt my oheap for
inch 22 JNO D). MoO0AULZY.
Tho BEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
and most THOROUGHLY constructed
SEWING MACH I HC ever invented. All
t he wariu rts tiro ude of the 13EQT
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPCR1D
and are ADJUSTABLE.
It has tue A U7'OMiI l 7'1 T rnX; It
has the lLA.CGLNT 1JO213.I2k; It has the
Easiest Threaded Shuttle.,
Tho 3OBBINS are WOUND without
RUNNING or UNTHBIlADING the
It has It SELF.SETTING NEEDLE1 It
has a Dr AL lbr regulating tho length of stitch
WrIT1iOUT TESTINO; It hts at LAt(1
SPACE under the arm; It is NOISELE:"S,
and h:at more points of XCELLENCE thau
all other machines comtlbinted.
4V-Agonta wanted in locAlitiog
whero wo nro not represented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
E C RAWANTED
$50 to $sim
TEAC E S or $200 pet
ring the Spring an( summer. For full partie.
ulars address J. C. McCURDY & CO., Philadel,
JOIINSON'S Anolyne LIl1nent will positive.
1y prevent this terrible disease, and will post.
lively cure nine cases in ten. Informatiot
that wi I save many lives sent free by mall.
Don't d lay a moment.. Prevention is bettet
than cu e. Sold everywhere. I. S. JOINSO
& CO., I 'ngor, Maine.
POROUS PLA STI:R
There is no doubt about the great su
perort.y of this article over common porou:
tlasters,-and other external remedies, such a
liniments, electrical appliances, &c. Ast
physlcans in your own locality about It. I1
is wont.ertul. Sold by all Druggists. Prico 2;
53,612 superb English Books AT OUR PRICE
75,214 New Amerlean Books AT YOtilt RItICJy
112,126 Second-hand Rooks AT ANY PRICE
Catalogue of 0enreal Litoratire FREE.
T.EGGATP BI(OTl1ERS, 8 Beckman St., Nea
Post Otllce, New York.
CONS UI PT ION
AND) ALL IIORDERS OF a I E
P'ElIMAN ENTiLY CUltD.
DRI. T. A. SLOCU'M'S GREATl ItE.11DY
"PSYCH IN I'"
taken in conjunction with his
COMPOUND EMULSION 0OF PUh E CU]
and hypophosphites~ of
A FR EE BO)T TLE W
rationa sent, by express to eacna suller'ing up:
piiennt sPnding theIr name, P. 0. & Expres
dhres ato D)... '1. A. Sjocumn, 1S! Pearl Street
SMITH'S WORMI OIL.
AH Ews, GA., December e, 1878.
A few nights since I gave my son one.gose o
the Wornm O1l. and the next day he passed 1
largo wvornm. Ati t,h6 same time I ga.ye oni
dose to my littla girl, four yeltrs old, iad sht
lnssed 86 worms from 4 to 5 inches long.
WORI OIL. for sale by MeMaister .~ Bric
'rpae iy Dr. E. 8. LYNDON, A4thens, Gi
W E have just received an elogant s
leotion of tSpripg P?ript, J,a*w
And are soWuig thorn at the lowe'st ('AS1
PRICES. J. Mi. B3EATY .& C9.
Nt) M~OBE 1M .T1IS F"ROb
USE "J D 0 B A1kTY O016.
NTEW, ' on-on;plosIvo, Suby red
... Th.s oil'4 mp,.anuI%9Aured un.de
governmentpatob ,. 'u je garapteed b
thl ~ea lyteIy safe
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