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TUVE A', Mlara 17. a
s. IUIA(LDn. AteP.nT R1o11Tn.
Asenas!natqn ef the C2r.
The Nihilists of lu.Ssia have at last
succeeded in thl ai :e is to destrov
the lif1 of the Czar. O.1 Sunday aIfer
noon as Alexander 11 was returning
in a car riage to the Valace, a hast
bomb thrown into tho street exploded
beneath the vehicle tearing it to pieces,
an)d as tho zar. Veerged fr-om it a
seconid bomb thrown at his feiet ex
Ploded,- t b)oth1 legs and So
severelv injurhig him that in a few
hours he died. One of the aassins
was caught, the other is believcd to
have escaped. A iniber of byrtand
ers were hilled or wounded by the ex
plosion. The inisniles were of thick
glass fIlled wth liitro glycerine.
Alexander If, Emperor anid Auto
crat of all the Russias King of Polaif,
raGrand Dukee of Finland, and a dozen
other Duchies, was bora the 29th of
April, 1818, and although perishinig at
the early age of sixty-three years, he
has outlived all of his Romatoff pre
diecaespre, to whom threescoro years
seemed to be the fated length of life.
In 1841 he married Maria Alexan
drona, Grand Duchess of Hesse
Darnisdadt. This was a pure love
match; but as years rolled on the
Czarina fell Into bad health, and be
caine a religious enthusiast hnd recluse,
11V so that the royal pair became estrang
ad, and the Czar becae enaiored of
the Princess Dolgorowski, whom he
narried a fbw months Ago, iaecr the
death of his lawful wife. Death was
a relief to the poor consomptive, suffer
Ing Empress, and It could not have
been entirely unwelcome to the Czar,
living as he has done for ear in the
- hadow of a brutal conspiracy, and of
6 late i virtual prisoner In his palace,
unable to get a breath of freshi air with
Jill I *ut the attendance of a cordon of armn
This was the miore dreadful as the
Czar was by nature a humane and be
mevolent man, who loved his people aid
had not only liberated twenty millions
of serfs but had introduced all sorts of
liberal reforms into iis4 govertimeit.
At the time of his deat h he was con
iLi temnllatllg furthW' ConCTSi'11on9 10 coni
e~ a~ h at] tuttional a nd.i tiivi du I i met ,
Uponl the de-ath f, 0', a.:
through tfort' i E'd i :
los of he Crimc!ep , A . 1 -
ed to the.th : 1 . .
he continued t - .:.
peace.at the co t.of suremtcy i I
Black Sea. Heli -.-e , f. ) ,i .
1 gais-osstaionof thw wner", to lib..
ate the whole of Chr- n Tue1,11
} posh hiis anncs to :he very y oft
Consteantinole, and.~ ti beema'ne a
Dewp' e ali obstal:'i. if'd. hrn
strides u nderI i l hhntseen I M'a t- thI'
Thel~ la ' ('ar w~a tiie te'~y.: r.:;
ii .~: bo:om fiend:: ofC the a~i in:a-.
WVilliaan of1 Gleriin u.'.J I is son- a
Kinag'i- Denin.'tri:, tId oh- . I,
Ii ~daiughtep~ espout ihd' Du :i:e o .; .
burgh, secon stt u of . Queen~ ve a.
LiHe wvas ielated by I.lo~.d or! martti.
withnmot ofthe~ ro:an u:1 u d:ea!
.Aexatuler III, elde: .en of th~e
Hie i thirt y-live ynes~ ofl,-e. i .e
-tan thanm E.i. farsther, and sup :>i to''~ci
raintaini the old HUM- us'n id vi as, eop
posed t*. reformsIV. Itis ' l ina iluu
cal fr1Xee.om i ll in~.d thacit ther ha
fr r~~ecmtittel a~ gralve I.;; e fi or .m
selve by3: dt' . As th eac
every mnember' of e R::al i-.- i'
I'they cannot but cr. ce: thit the e-:
Czar will go to weni' to des:r'oy them~a
in the most sumil:nary mannter. It wit]
be a good thing for the world anid for
- tracts taken from an enuniciation of
theia fh does, asit follhowin:
"Thi gosel amit of o haf mas
ires and hesitations. The old world
nust be destroyed and replaced by a
new one. The lie must be st'amped
out and give way to truth. It is our
mission to destroy the lie, and to
'~a effect this we must begin at the very'
commnencement. Now the beginning
of all those lies which have groutnd
down this poor world in slavery is
p God. T:ear out of your hearts the' be
* ~ lef in the existence of God, for as long
as an atom of that, silly superstition
rentiains ini your minds you w"ill never
know what freedom is. When yen
have got rid of the belief in this pri'est
begotten God, and( whent, moreover,
you arc convinced that your existence
and that of the sur'rouinlig world is
due to the conglomeration of atoms in
Accordance witha the laws of gravity and
t ~' 'Iattrmacl ion, then and then only you will
Ii I~~t ~ have acompl~lishecd thme first step) to
ward liberty, and you will experience
less difficulty in drdding your aminds
of that accond lie which tyrann, has
* I J~. iuventted. Trhe first lie is God, the
Fecond( lie is ri ght . Might iniveted
the fletion of ri it in order' to inmsuret
anid strengthena her reign. %Iighlt, my~
friends, foms the sole grounmdwork- 0'
laws and1( thatiat mig ht shouldi be in then
~~ 1~11 tiand of thle 11mjoi rat y. (Once p)ene.
autd e lihae~ oveen o
justiec, wiall *' c' n..
plaw. Itut iana onter to ic ii
redngized and1( io b1h1. iabout th
fr1 li~~}roper' meh ns n i, lthaIneb
betwgeua th lamI ily~ uah Ilhtoifv I
n Vakmd yo mt- deI. e
i: h e'it4 ii the s hape of State or
leni o1'uiz.l.ian8s. Our firs: work
1 Mu.,,it be .destructioi and uniillation
-o' ve y .ing at; it niqv oxIs ts. You
lust aucuston yoiirselves to destov
everyllihig-the good with the bad.
For, If an atom of this old .,world re
itiis the new wIll never be created.
Take heed that no ark be allowed to
rescue sy atom of t6is old world,
whih w con~eateto detructioni."'
It "Ul be yeen by this that; the
N ihit have no dloory of gover3
ileit. T ehey al simpI m01ad11n, bent
oi am y and t.ds:ructiol. It is hard
to conceive howy suchII a preposterous
ereCe'd call have a11Ny followers; and it
coild not bit for:he bordes of iglo
anti .E' w> will glilp down anly
1 us 0. and who have showi their
stu i)1Ai: V by strikingm. downi the Very
mn to whom they owe their emanci
l lLL AND X.111ONE.
A Very Spicy Cnoriuoy uotiween I ho Oenrgia
Democro'. and (ha VIrginia No'udoscrlpt.
The opecial telegrams to the -News
and Coa: ier give a lively account of
the debate in the United States Senate
oi Monday the 14th inst. Mr. Pol
dleton, (t Ohio, etlied up the :epolu
tion prev1isl oil'ered by himl) rela
tive to the re-Urganization of the son-33
ate cuI iCttees. He favored ilmiledi
When Pendleton sat down a solemnu
hush spread over the Chamber. .it
lasted for fully twb minutes, an'd to
the expectant galleriea seemed ten.
Then Pendleton rose again ind Eaid
that, If nun o wished to sty anything,
they had better proceed to vote.
Couikliig sIggeosted an iadjournmilent.
The list of coinmIlittees was being
read when Bayard rose and made an
appeal to the other side to permit the
organization to go on. When they got
their ma,jority the Republicans Could
Allison wanted to go into Executive
session, but Ilill objected, as nothing
could be done.
The yeas aid nave were called on
tlis, however, and the proposition. was
rejected by a stIlet party vote (r aiS to
85. Mahone voted withi the Republi
cals. As he did so he was greeted
with a roun(d of applause fron thbe
galleries, succeede.t by a few hisses.
Conkling then iepli'ed to Pendleton,
tearing his speech apart by piecemeal.
He reviewed the action of the Demo.
crats, and said that if the trainis were
onl tinme the Senator from Minnesota
would be her'e on Wedinesday, and the
Republicans would have the strengoi
to overtlrii 13N action nlow talwen.
Applause followed CoIikliig also,
whi13hi the Vice-Presidelt malude no
eff.orit to cleCk.
bon 11ll took thie floor in reply. He
mId,2 vetry conistic speech up~m the
Ii:(1'I 11i, ad toward the cloe over
uiied that1 Senator who hal been
d a Denlocrat and n ,v was
: wit the Repibiicains. i e
a1-11edI toward Mahonie without lai
i i:.hi, 1d arrai:gnedhim as a traitor.
t : not witherig invective. The
ct was hieightened by liill's scorn
i h: n1o wort! direitly Indicated
V1,_er 11.Hi'11 mt1rait,.tie're wats niot.
th- but--knw; and IMahoni
14e i too. Il qure i i seat
.4 3. *.4ir W~od~tromt ll 11 '1s a staib,
r1 3ly II 11u4nblng31 hie ey an tap
.II')un \\o on3 theuapl Everv eve '~l
I~e upo hiini letu'd hel lin
n'''u In hemeci.i the ide-.o stoo'd
e '' 44. i,bii the- space. in1
44 3 r u.'. des. Heii then
4 :1 ea t in1. te1
II i 4 i >w d,4 ' ,Irin. th 3j i
HI Ii a* 44 hi 33; t. hs hn
a n44.m. biiterly4 per
-. h-. I le bI
- $and appeare3'' 4d toU'
I he wa cbot oni iof he
EI de .,e lh3 e with Soth
Le .QL) e1. ~ wIe h'Lis boiia- mm.411
threatnit 1ly towar Hi 11 04, nd' eri
out31 at thetop~ ot 14is voie , "stop !"
Thei(. Sit ua4tionl was dramattic inl tfie
Th1e C2hanber was as still as the
Chamb er of I~oath1.
"TIhe Senator au151st stop," cried
Mahonec. "'Must stop! Ile' has gone
farl denoughl. N~o ma1n1 $1hal npj l y Inch
a r'emark to meI, an~d not be held( aic
countable for It."
A huml of excitemlenlt airose In the
galleries. Several Menators were on41
0end in a moment.
Mahone apphearedc to desire to... say1
13o0re; bult .utrn)side at his elbo0w 1111.
ed his coat and3( begged hsim to 'sil
dhown11; to leave it wvere It was8-lur'n'
side, who onice f'oughut Mahone face' to
face, and brigAde to biigade.
B~eni H111? Why, lil s at downl like
at whipped spaniel; withoult a word.
T1heo exciteme:CJt wasi intense, bult til
row was0* over. Tlhe battle waIs enldd
and3( Maholne was smloked out.
UWIFFERNT A'TTEMPTS ON THE1' Cz AR's
LiuFE.- In 1867, whIle thle CZar was
visitinug Paris, and( attempt wias made
to assaissiuoto himl as he was ridinig
with Louis NaoIiCleo in the strleets of
that city. It failed, andi tile assa~ssinl,
at1 thle inlstanie cf th'(e Czar, wais tend~er
ly dlealt, ith. On another131 ocasion,
in St. Petersburg, a1 plot to assassinate
1h1hn was frustrated by a young work
mlani, who knlocked thle assassin's istoh
oult'ot hi handi, and( waLs handsomelv~
i'. muned(4 3Solovier, li'red tour pistol
h-tsi 14t 11( he Car while within a few
'41 of3 him, but ow:ing, it is said1, to
1n y bich hie 1had( previously taken,
h e, 11 nol ms.'1d t he manrk. St ill 1later,
'a' rhIIy trai 1333contatiing the Czar's
bu44 4 was b lownh up) bv miistake for
3 n . . w hiichi I the zar himse.lj
uia nanhng:. A tewi mlonthis ago the
b,.ak 641s r. oo14)4 of theo WIinter* alace
wa, 44. 4wn13i nlto, ato0in, but. the - 0ar'
h14. ppen ed to0 be late thInt m~ornin g anid
3'' LIIlad detruin3. T1he last aitt'emplt
',ch ence (4ded, 1it wold havi e thi led
thee been t huii on e-10eonsspirator', foi-'theo
1in -43 b4':31 e 'l b I I. (' ..; ...-...tI.e( -
2'1M1 cGAA AHMNMASSvN A'M.
He Is Mortully Womadod by a BJomb Tbrown
at RIO Carriago In tho ubio iteet.
WAsh1NOTON, Marci 14.-The *eo.
retary of Stato received the fougoWn
telegrams this afternoon:
ST. PETRssstno, March 18.---2n the
Hon. I..G. aine, Secretary: The
Emperor was woutided in his carriage
to-day by a bomb. The iurv Is not
yet known. CitAs. M. YosTR.
SI. Pl.ar'.nisnuno, March 13.-To the
flont. eJ. U. Blaine, Sc'etary: The
Ai: peror is dead. CnAs. M. FosTEn.
Telo eecre1arv of' State, soon aftler
receivmag tihe telegram announcing tle
death of the Emperor of' Riussla, Seni,
the following dispatch to MI. Foster,
the A erican minister at St. Peters
%VASHINOTON, MarIeb 13.--Expreses
to the Minister of' F(o)reiii Affairs the
septimonts o sorr01ow with which (h
President and the people of (lite Untited
States have herd oft ihe terrible crime
of which tle Empetror lias beei tle,
vic tit, and their prooumid sympathv
with theo imperil-1 Vatnily and t'ituo
SIan people ill their great afflictiona.
J. G. BJ.aii., Socretari'v.
LONDoN, Mrcih 13.--A dispothe
from St. Petersbirg says: AS the Em
.peror was returniiig io the parade
inl Miclitel Gan(Ieni aboutl. 2 o'clock Suna-.
day afterioon a bonit> was tlrown
which exploded under i he Czar's car.
+inge, whieb wits Considler'atblv (amiag
ed. 'Tlt Czar' alighted L1uh1'rt, bit a
setcond bomb explod.'d at his feet, shitt
tenag both legs below tle kne an0d in
flictinug ot her tIrr1ible inujuries. .ijle
Czar was iniuedi-atelv coliveyed iii an
1ionCiCious Sttte) to tiho Vijer Pal
ace, where lie died at 4:30 o'clock thi
Two pei-on1s weCe conjcernied in the
critne, on1e of' whonl Vats seized lii=
medittely. The ex pllosion also killed
all offic 1111d t wo* Cossiteks. Mainv
policemnen and ot her persaons wer lii.
Tile Reuter's St. Peteisburg co'rres=
pondent says: "The imperial carriage
was attacked on the Ekaterinotr4ky
(jatnatl,. 01pjosite 110 impeil tal,
while the Emperor wis rettiilli with
tih Grand Iiuke Michael from Michael
Palace, inl a close carriage, escor'ted bm
eight Cossacks. Tim t rs t)milib feil
iear the cartiage, destroying the back
pat of it. The Czar ai'd his brotier
alighted uninjured. The assassin oil
being seized by the Coloneil of' Police
drew a revolvIer, but was pr-evenated
fioin firing. Tie sceond bomb was
ilhen tirown by another person an)(1
felleluse to the Cza"s feet, its explo
siol ebatteri ng botih of his legs. "e
Czar fell crying for help. Colonael
Dorjibsky, though hinselt much inajti-r
ed, r'aised the Emperor, Who was con
veyed to the Winiteri Palace inl Colonel
Jorilbsky's sleigh. Large crow ds ais
somihed before thie palace bat. W00
kept back by troops of' -sacks. The
unperiatl fluily were ill assenbled at.
tihe death-be. A Council or 8 i te
was imieMi0dilatelyV contend. All
places of' public r'esort are closed."
Col.oNEC, March 13.-Tehl e Ogelfe's
St. PeteblIurg dispatch sas: Two
itasasins of* the Czar' weive 'immediate
ly arrested. The glisses of' the gas
lain ps in Michiel (Giatiien beside the
C1anl were broken In pieces by the
Co3IinuAsion) of' the explosion. A cordon I
of' guaruds was dra wv i ar'ound1 the scene
of' the imurideir, thle straeets aii'e denselv',
utmost, iiymipathy for the linper'ial
family is ever'y whiere ex pr)essedl. TIhe
hetlls of the principal cithuoes atre toll-.
LO)NDON, M\ar'ch 14.-The Times has
ho f'ollowving froin St. Peterasbur'g:
''Thle D~oetorsa' Ilullelin pullishe'd at 3
i'elock inl the atfternioon -sated t hat
bot Iihlegs were brotikeni below th le knece,
:he lower ii pairt oft thet body severelv in) -
iiredC, :uid tim ileft eyet torni from i1s
-'eker . The I Grtand D)uke Michael is
el- othul a s .) so i'ougly han'.dled~
t'. t he~ lei'. sice died. All fothe armyi~
odieers havi e tbeen order'ed to r'emaini ihi
ci.r b aks. TIhec Conncil of' the
1W re' tader th e ia-eiddener of thie
1i waas still sitting attO o'clock
tiiht . A inifiiesto will be publish
Gnui DuI)tke Vlad( iner wa'ns v'esterday
appinteti to the~ c2ol3nmandi ot' the luii
per i al Gun-d(lI aid thle inil itar d1W(istriicl
of' St . Pe'tersbur, g. T1he remnuidus of I le
Emaper'or will her r'emioved all 8 o'clocek
'his (eeing tliom thle caibinet.ri.dljoiin
:(' e ret etiin hall to the capiatal of thei
P a lace. Thle iernhera 1~s of thle iiluapeial 1
faiyih andt( the high dIignlitar'ies andi~
flicail" will be presenit. Thle bodyV i.x,
br'uscheniski Itegimeuunt. A irqegni
wvas chaualed ali 9 o'e'hcek hait evenuiniC.
opsy' wh'ichl provui~ed t hat aill the inter
i ('rgans3 were' in Ia normaiiil condi~ition,.
th!ereby re'tiding Ite recenat currIentl re
ports5 respct~iiing ihe hea'lth of' the Emi
Thle. Itepu blican i Sc'aarts -iin Lauens- onl
htuestlay~L completdis .thir.i 'omiueeta
i't withI the 'xctpt ion of thle u'sual-va-al
whbich ar'e left to b'e fhudhed by th
IDemocr'ats. T1hie list ofeb'Iai.isinps~
ais paerfect ed place's 1(el logg mit mthe head
of the1 Comii iiteeon Petnmisuon s. Ma
hone11 remiiians on the list mis ebiinain
of' thue Commiai ttee oni Agricltureh a n tmd
-is also assignead to thle Naval Aliuirs
und Postcilice I 'onamnittetes.
Tihme D~emocratie mie'mbero'as of the Sen
ate held a caucus thle samie aternoonii' alt
ivhIich, as thle resulht ot a gener'al d is
cnssion of' Moniduty's dev'elopmaentIs, it
was dler:ided to aecept fthe si Iumion0)
.grae' illy by prepainag a list of' Demo
crait i Senators foir minor3Vi'ty represen=
.tatioun on commitaittees. 'The comauni tee
was inistruLctedt to r'evise the unajor'it
list pr'ev'iusly pr'epared amnd repiort to
ai ft'ur e ca ucus. Th'le sent1 ient of' lhe
caneuts was aLverse 30o estabtlish ig the
dang~erous preC(cet otf paring Demi)
cr1ati0 Senaitors with thle ex peeled ina
'oihintg Repultican i -Senatoi's from
Mainue and Minniesotau. 'The chairan~
shlips of thr'ee commuiit tees, viz., Pr'iviate
land Cihims, Revoltionairy (Calahns
anid Enigrossed Bills, which aii' iusuai
lv giveni to the miniority, will, It is un
derstood, be assignled biy the Demo
er'ats to lhayard, .Johnastonl and L'avis
of West, Vir'ginila.
IInndhlls have been issued tand in car
cuhationi amnong thle r'epreseantat ives of'
t he c'omun~t e and1( socialist ic theorists
inNewv Yor'keity for' a Itneting to
sympatulhiize with the lRussian Nih lilshs
anid retjgice) in the deathl of' the Cztar.
-After' all, Geeral Hancock seems
to have beent the centraml fliue in
Washinsetof).. WVherever - hits ~. corn
mni ig fotih, and frank' 'man)',' -taco
wer'e'seen, applatise was spolimieous
O a'w au'rxa.
whIsA'e M atr crett win vrWe
* Iv season. -
Vrom tho NOw York Gua.
The inblsoj f tailors arm ladea with
the newOt -goods, and the mandWate
has gone forth that thOre Is to be an
approlach to more--plainness of style.
othiig that may be called loud Is to
be tolerated. As to materials lit Jim
ported goods, English and Scotch
sultfliigs.aro to be ploiitifl. iThe latest
satimples show great. yarieties of Mel
tons, woolenas 8eoteh choviots, basket
goods and-diagonala Meltons are in
all colors, and there are many styles
of' mixed goods from which. to choose.
Tie cdkn are to be 'generally 1ore
Somibre, -afi certainly. not -so pro
nounced ais I-ert.olbre. Anng - the
mixedlgdods afe Aone red. and black,
and witti the novelf ies may be .sedit
whafi Is called .mn olvo. green.-T
green is a.6llcato shade, and barely
dlstinuihable; aid not enough to
ollendt-he .most Ataunch 'Tory.
.I -regttrd,.lO shapes there is to be
a wille Inar"i-tQslt tt most varied
tastes. Tailors agree that there is at
present a good-deal of l4idividual sov
creignty lin dress. A ian with thin
legsi' will not usually hold him4elf up
to ridicule by waring the old-'aslion
ed tight pantabons they used to call
"gun covers." Fashions are becoming
more and more elastic, a1nd the time
ias gone by wlhen any fashion plate
will be made an irniii rule For mIen.
aniigle-breasted cutaways are to be
Vor.1, with an Occasional three or four
button entaway where the wearer
rebels against. 1un1e button only. In
spruig overcoals the prevailin ' style
is loose, button-d up high, wit I a t..0
dency to roll over the collars, so as to
show (he silk i ing aid give a st% lish
a ppearaice, Prince Albert coats to
be a leading feature, buttoiied up high
in the neck. :The vest- will be high,
without collar. Soine ot the vonigo
ielows show. a dispositioln to rebel
against the Prilce Albert coats as bet
ter fitted for niore elderiv per-sons.
Coats for busiiess suits are to be made
with sinalj roli.ig collars to a great.
extent. TrouseN are to be worii rather
close fitting to the form of tihe le-..
tle bot tois smil and shapely. Young
ineni who aspire to lead the fasi.IUa
favor tight trousers. The tighmimess
will iot. however, be carried t an
Tailors say that a custom is rapidly
spreadini amoig fashionable inen to
leave ordl'rs for clot hin1- with Im ereh'!
general iiistructions to 'make it uj>
accordiIg to latest styics." This leaves
it to the cutter's option or the special
tastes of his custuier to inodify tihe
style to sulit palritictlI ar cases. For ex
act or ex trenie fihioniis there is a ten
deney t-o short coatsits Awell as to tight
trousers, so that the young RIe who
tollow the latest styles will present a
very natty appearance. All coats are
to be made anitoe shorter. Trhere is
little change in dress suits, except a
teidency to make the coats shorter.
The fact is that so few inen can aflord
to wear ont a dress coat. in a short
time that there is a positive and cec
ual rebellion against any sudden or
frequent change in that respect.
Besides the olive green referred to,
there are among tC novel colors blue
and olive mixed, brown and olive, and
other novel combinations of shades.
BIusiiness suilts for suiimmier wear are to
be miade ot blue Scotch cheviots in
skeleton foi-ni, taher tightee fitting
thani last--yeoar.. '-As usual, most of thme
flu iniidriet' goods are imitated
n at C>9t tl . >u ara at ashiatiale
tailon'sindfj~ b'ejought for fifteen (101
lars at a cheaper store. There is a
great rush for clothes made to order
at low rates., and many lowv prieed es
tablishmenits have sprung up alp over
WIra-r A P'i. Pmcm> Ur.-A pig be
lonmging to a colored inman livinig in Pike
couti it , opiposite Sparrowbhush, met
with a sinur aidveituare, T1hie young
rooter wams digsm aa lwn
n i a waipy pairt'ot'ia fild, ando caine
across a huge snpping tairle which
was sleeping quietly on a log. Piggy
(Idin't know a tin'tle froni a tea-kettle,
and he proimptly put. his inose uinder
oneC Side (ofthe turtle's shmell amnd -turn
ed hiin over on his back. The turtle
was naturially indiginiit, anid as thle
pig's nmose camne near his head lie faistenm
('d ont i. and~ st'ttlrd (downi to butsihiess.
Thle pig was frightened abinost to death11
and~ t riedl to run aIway, but1 as the tuii
le w as niearily at heavy .as the pig. i lie
riiiiiac away vWas slowiy. TUhe squeal
inig of' the pig ft ally brought help, and
lie 'itrtl was ciipturedl anid fenmnd to
weigh t wenty-eighit pounds. Tlhat pig
cann ot lbe dh-iiin toward the spot
w here he fIrst utt the Iitu Ic.
T mu.: Noirrit C~ito.in DA I';s..'rrmt..
Iidjourneid~i laist TI en.dziy, ha~v i ng pa-,ed
fie hundrei d bhil Is. 'lTe raise the
schooal (u. to twit-lve an41Ii hlfl ceiits
oint the htuilreib rlirs worthm of' prop
erI y. A. W . Sji-pont. whlite, thme le
pubhlicanm inieiinbet ti'.mi l)are, wams ar..
rested'. whleii d:mt to: leave. 41n lhe
e'hiig ot' harer v.. -.A. coniiide'ra le
qmuan. iy 'itstolet ph n-dur wat fouinld
iii is cairpet bag ormd iiumhe box in hi:s
l~lIliebia imitmiileis moiu upi lie job,:num
cert'ii'-:)imlt:'LTIm examninlation bias not
beeni coincluded, .
s0.t ~A'i ii'd e. mpfl2ent du:.
lflu i gne It ro'4i) ji.M H it lilI-- ,,l 2h(.l
L~Al)F, Esilo '- N, A P I \ 'y!
noch 6i- -- - j - NJ. C. - ~ I'
E havo now in' store tl e larges
- stock ever purichased b~y us,
and whlich) iibe disposed of att low
. Clothing, Hat
Shoes, Groeries, Bridles.
Saddles. Hartie s, Red Leather,
Hamrness eather &c.
We are not given to 'BLO WING,'
but can. trutAifpIh gay we are offer
ing solid bargamj~ ad will be glad
sept 20' QI OR 5.
I Mor -t
M*0at y Itp
WWen yo U0 notie lera In
thickene, give them ohoeiTOV181t
freely and they will recover. t is best, bow.
over, to commence the use of the Stock e
a little ahead of the cholera season, which will
prevent them from taklug the dlsoase.
QUmTHAV, OA., A pril 18. 1878.
For the benefit of all those who are inter.
ested In raitaitig fowls I take pleasure in re.ow
mnUding Shoentfeld'S biedieated Stock Feed. I
had several chiekens witu cholera, and by the
uso of this wonderful article, given according
to directions, all of them got well, and are now
in a healthy condition. WM. TE.NWILLE.
I fully concur in the above.
Sold by the druggists of this county.
. essrs. Lamar. niankin & Lamiar. Dear Sirs-.
I had-beent troubled for a long timie before using
3 our 11Consumptivat prepatration, with something
liko Athan, and after using only two bottles
.of your brewer's Lung Restorer I breathed per
fectly freev, nod hnvo felt no syiptom of the
dibease asihco. I atr. confldent your medicine
curedIne, and I cheerfully reccommend it to all
Who are sufferIng froll Asthma.
JOH N D. 11088.
MACOW, GA., Maroh 20, - 880.
Messrs. Liunar. Rnikiln & Lamar, Pear Sirs
I have used your Brewer's Lung Restorer for
Verligo, and ha'e never been troubted with it
sinrce- itsing the medcine. I cannot stay too
much for It, and cheerfully reccommend It, to
all who nteed relief from Vertigo.
Yours truly, J. 1. ARTOPE.
M; coN, GA., March oi, I 8U.
Messrs. Lnmar, Rtankin & L:umar, Dea'- Sirs
I suffered two years with Ctansumption. and
during the time was tiantel by Drs. Read
Thomas, Ohnlton and others of this city, anI
also by a promtinent. physlelan of Maeon. (4a1.,
wia hout fainant .an relife. M husband bought
te six bottles of your Brewer's Lung lteastora'r,
which I began to take lt onac, t 'd aound Im.
m1ti0ate tl1f. I have u .ed th" slN bottles naand
iave never felt at symton of the (1i enue since,
and any general hentith I. b:*tter th-in It has
been it year.<. I therefore recomnati it. t j n1ll
who have Consumpltin as a Ien.1 beyo-d
Price. Very respectifu!Iv.
.11i8. .\ GI OLIY
Sold by the Druggist. 4 thia ou.,ty
ON? Who KNO F
"Ys: R14.t1n s a' . Fa.t .
Bulhu atn. .1 al.1 'r I- a h.' ato 11 s I
flr K.'a. s i a -
t Id m l ; : e, 'at
%ns ' vi o at .- i the ,1 . -
and aoni to a lip i)4- Ii q
'al in he Bleuiner Ut -vil a r
rttentio of the-Urine B Ii -u. i
Inet nil (-eases o the 13 o h
eu'-e' b; It.
P.-epared otly by int, itan : a -Z 1,
Driatgists. Atlanta, G:t , nnd It b
A'itaot-h T.*,uaa'C 0 - J
I a1M or.e of iIth(- '.ior 3i -e
G rave'. or 4-1iv9-'e m(1.h 1.0 ::K..
:nd rp'te: relit! fr nn h. . I B
J ipe th-av atah in V .v , a
taerm it 1o Ighly wti t' thre 1 --
thce world I would willingl.. ti P
a1rmount. for it. I recomnla, a IL a 1
siniltr preparatlons EaT
"II1tOKrN Ahnow," RIus.LL (o .
Angi.s,, 1. 76
Dr. C. J. Moffett-Denr Sir--. fo: ye..44sd
your T-oi hina (Teething Powders) witmI my town
children and o a my phitltati.f, wht-n I owntd
negroes. Telty relieveId ind preveaed anuch
shutf ring and :ekness amartong the children, a d
beeldes saving m.iny live.i. s aved ane amuch anx
ety, and many liundired dollars fat doctor's billse
I can, twith Confldeace, recommniend then a.4 the
stureft and best medicine I ever u.sed for' Teethang
Children and the Ioueel Disorders of our Southern
Coutry. Yours truly. etc ,
M ACoF, Ga., March at, 79.
From havinag beent intiate a mumber of
year's with the p~roprietors of "Swift's Syphil
talc Spa'eifla9" I haive knownt maunh or its manu-t
ihectur'e and tase. Tlhere are mtent in this comn
munnt Iy--weli knowmn cit.izens-whio were vIc
tams tat enly life to Syphilis the most terrible
curse th'it ever nallctded the Itumani ramiy. ande
who htavejan kent te . 8 . S ntd.~ ggg
lief. tis tree 'fromn taint' of dinease as the alrst
mana, fresh fromt thae hands of his Maker. Deli
cncy, of course, forbis thae:' puhuei recomn
maendaations oaf tis mnealine, but, I am allowed
to refer the~ c'ptic pritately/ to those who ai ill
entdorse ev'erythiang thtat Cain be said in its
favoar. Bleing professnionally mutch opposed to
cendorslag or' recommtreatding tnostrumns or secret
reanesaa it tat with hesitation that, I attach my
namatto this airticle ;but, I knaor thereof I Rpeak
whitin I tray that oura science hats tnot ade pub
lie a comabinaaton eitual to "8ift/s Ryphfii
Mtaeific" for ihe purpios'e indletiard'. TIhe greait
eat bo,,n tiae governmtitt couhil bestow ona hun
tedtts of t haoutr.als of its citizens wouldl be to
puraea athis receipt of it,5 ptropitors, andi
maiake it, tpu~ile for ithe tbentent of Ithe preseat
atal tail comaing a'cnearat s.
TI. L MASSIENIIURG, Pu. 0
THlE SwiFT SPECIFIC CoMl'ANY. Proprie
tors. A tia ta. Ga.
Sok)Il by tall D)rusgtsts.
Call for' a c'opy of'- Young Men's Friend."
PECTIAL inducements to cutomeltnrs
WIK TER~ GOODS.
It will payl toe(xam~tine and( prlice our
I ocka'l of Dr)esGoods. la elC -
SiltlreS. .Jeus Uh[u tkais, l) ter
goods, atakhey willhiasatd ihiap ote
zaak te allitiona ol' the~ iad(is to) our
C AKS AND 1)Dr.M2,'-..
wall be cloud out1 al t A llG A I M.
McM'AST1ER, BINICE & limk'i.l .
,II Y BUGGIES uand SP'RIN(G
* VI W AGONSi are ofle'red tat
l1~ow prices for-casitr,- a smrialil__
r-&advance'r for good papeCrs. I
Open Bugngles--.. .. .o $5.0
SS.quarej Body, .Three
seats ..'.- .---.......0.00 Q
S~porin~g Wagont, two,
SMaterial and wo'rmanshaip
warrauntedl. A xles are Sheldon's,
~Anchor brand. Shuler's Springs~
adantwheels, I have also1
Yhi .line of HIarness and
J. H. CUMMINGS. z
Opp. Dney & FanL's.
_H A RN E S S.
-Subscrlbe to* THrE NJ(rs .A'D
USEFUL Articles for honeekeepei
for the next ten days, goods that you l
cents for ELSEWHERE. This is one
seldom present themselves.
A -INE ASSORTMENT of TE
J, L. MulM
The Earliest Flov
HAVE RECEIVED Beautiful Cam~brics at 8
Beaiutiful (.'alicoes at 6} centsi. Large Linen'
at 10 cents. Gente' bi 1k Han.1korchiefa (beau
kerchiefs at 10 cents. Ladies' Linen Hlandke
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SH'O
A DDITIONS to our large and select atook
'25,000 Lbls. TillolhyR
' 110 estin (he m'arket or plain .or hi
. il'A N D*DOLLJA lIt IE WARt
It(-bh as a mrachaine anid the range of w
wihayo the first.-ciss8 machine on the
ehe nuse in Fairfleidi County.*
Plhanting Iioes, Oi
T ain , Fl ur
' UI( Winter Goods are still being
sold at reduced p~rics to miako room e
A lot of Bulst's Garden Seeds, just
ONION SETS, etc
---AT THE- a
C O RNER 0It4o y
J...BEATY &o O.
'a will be sold at halt their valne
ave to pay twenty and twenty--Svo
of thoso raro opportunities that
a at T'.10NTY-FIVE CENTS
Tiinware~ before buying.
V'F l'' I::D .m w- igt
o~r CASH, will do* weil to give
f the nimighity dollar.
I-Is WE K
AS, SUGARS, COFFEES and
E LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
i cents. Beautif-ail Lawns at 64 cents,
r1iwels at 25 cents. Large Linen Towels
ties) at ?0 cents Ladies' Lawn Hand
rchijefs (Marvels) at 25 cents.
E~S IN ALL QUALITIES-..
made every week. Samples sent on
RTES & BDMUNDS,
______ COLUMbIA, 8. 0.
'IC AL FEED
envy and fine family sowing. ONE
D) to any~ one -who can compjete w'th
)rk it turns out. Warranted to wear
market. Two hunidredl of these Ma
Sets, Seeds, Cor'n, Oats. Cheese,
!leal, Hamsa, 8:noking anid Chewing
e bles, 8afes, ChIalrs, etc.
how dowii (0 make room for a ne0W
J1. 0. BOGAC.
~ S ~ k')~~ Ptent
........... x A: proor read1 the1 dol.
I# gives me 1 a~uu*t ifr on 1ha8th
pme Br euci C0ae on. have ~ eda has
aly .T. IIINGOLI,
Ed. lad Prop't Telegram.
I take t leasnu In commndn t amaies
ral nwa to onor oi d gold. They are
e "Boas"' in fact as well as in name.
Ed. and Prop't0 ~tr4r.
Our managerha carred a JFeb. .188
an be c b ea nd cherfully says that it
Pub'rs iowaSaUs er
I m ese Wa kla, ill.. Marob .8 1880
atch us have is entirely saisactor
Digi ver respect Juht as epresent.d.
Ed. and Prop't Jrogueir Co.T~we
The Watch Case I ha e of your emae in
very way satisfaotory ait ia C Blendi .
Ed. aand Prop t forch L g.
her editor as well as merchatmeoha O0
Idwlri l part ofthe country. I
0forgue cs d