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THURSDAY OCT. 4 1888.
SPECIAL NOTICE.- Busl.ssa notices is
thiV lees colamn are inserted at'the rate a
15 dests per line each insertion.
Obituaries, notices of meetings. communi
caetos relating to personal Interests. tribtge
of respect, &e., are charged as regular adver
dseaents at $1 per square.
Nodees of administration, and other legs
natees, obituaries, tributes of respect ani
notees of meetings, as well as communica
dons of a personal character must be paid
fo In advance.
ThIs sbseription price of the Hamt.D it
LO for twelve months. 1.00 for si
months, 50 cents for three months and 2
ents for one month, in advane. Names
funnre wBi not be placed on the-subsariptlon
books until the cash or its equivalent is paid
03-All communications relating to pu.
soal Interests will be inserted at reg!az
advert'sng rates, one dollar per square, cub
In advance.
ohe ly Cdg Sehpa-Serl'svrsn a
roomuma l mad Shor It in New or.
Mr. I SBowers, postmaster,a Prosperity
is or atoed agent at that place.
i g- To Nsw ADvasTta--as
Boad-lrs. W. T. White.
Wanted-W. F. Holloway.
master's Saes-Silas Sohnstone.
The Only Big Show-Sell's Bros.
Enhorous ail Road Shows-Sell's Bros
day Y mon Tn I MARKET REPRT.
00BBBNCTED WEEKr-Y BY
IbNo 8 day , c down Mo tr epwS.
Good Ordinary -- -- -- -- -
Strict Good Ordinary - - - - - a
Low3[iddling -- -- -- -- -- 9
Middling ---- - -- - "-- - -m t9
Good Middling - - ------- a
Market firm with-good demand.
Receipts since Sept. st, 1883. 2051 B.
Receipts for week ending
Oct. 2nd, J88. - - - - - - - - 904 B
btd by Fa ceing Tree.
A diressing accident occurred In the
neighborhood of Col. Keltt's last Satur
day morning. AugustHeller, a young
German, who was hunting some time
before day, eut down a tree up whie
fallin tree caught in some vines,
his had treed" an opossum; the
threw hr back and crued his leg
and foot against a large root. Dr O.
B. ayer, Jr., was at once summoned,
but before -h reached the place, the
unfortunate young man died from the
effects of the shock.
The Debating Club.
Was reorganized last Thursday night,
with the following of byers: Geo. S.
Mower, President ; Geo. B. Cromer,
Vice President ; Geo. G. Sale, Sere
tary and Treasurer; J. M. Johnstone,
Critir. The lub will meet weekly on
Thursday night at 7 o'lock, at the
law ofe of Johnstone & Cromer.
The question for discussion at the next
meeting is-Should the necessary ex
penses of the general government be
raised by an income tax? To be opened
by James Packer, followed by G. G.
Sale.
Why they Call Him "Old Man."
'Yes, that's sadly so," said Jenkins,
"my hair is turning gray and falling
out before its time. Use something?
1 would, but most hair restorers a,'
frind, EnttPaine'nHt. B ami
--asnarl entrasinisefetwgiv ve
te Ritd kod AGidemy thea olmy
streow ast we,bys iLee aond ttial
ingyu chldMrenkinsM.' Mel ingeer
efalthes to rethe oiginar Splrngs
grayueothe or fadeu Rhyers,ume
areicl thttEntertainmentwa
hiAl crusiable.thranen proees ive
t eRig aoadntedetmy, nfeenJo
Stretlas Theek Joly SteeLeeond rei
asfor them o asngconey tei
enable the orrt Cedar Springs ehp
tatut.o they haveeatended the
higlycreitbl. Theproeed o
tha teyma be enbe od o
Newberry College
Resumed its exercises Tuesday morn
ing with a fair attendance of students.
There were a number of "new boys,"
and in view of the gloomy crop pros
pets, the opening was favorable. A
number of students who were in at
tendance last session s.nd who will re
enter college this session were not
oreentTuedaymorninug. President
'Holland gave the students some words
of encouragement, and excellent coun
sel, and stated among other things
that anew feature wiflbe introduced
in the exercises this session, in the
shape of a lecture by a member of the
faculty, every Wednesday morning.
The first day was devoted to the ar
rangement of classes, and the procuring
of the text books.
Items From Lyles's Ford.
MESsRs. EDIToRs : I have just re
turned from a visit to my Newberry
friends, after an absence of two
m~onths. I noticed the crops of corn
and cotton in Newberry were In about
the same condition as in Fairfild coun
ty. At the town of Newberry they say
they have not had a full season of rain
since last April. South of the town
and east they have better crops. Gar
dens have but few vegetables in town
or vicinity. The town council ive a
fine fire engine and two cisterns ol
water conveinient. The merchants
have full supplies of dry goods and1
groceries. The cotton factory is pro'
gressing in its structure. The founda.
ton has been laid with the best ol
granite, and building up with goo~
brick. Newberry can boast (I d'on't
know how to define it) of more cottoe
bnyers than any town I ever was in oi
heard of the same population. Woulc
you believe I was told that there wer
twenty-six cotton buyers and as many
lawyers in it? Good heavens ! What i
the future of Newberry some prophel
* must divine smarter than I am. Pros
rity a town a few miles below New.
rry, is a thriving little town. Peaks
ileon the west side of Broad Rive1
from AIstonl, is a thriving town also,
They pay more for cotton than al
Newberry. Winnsboro News, corres
pondenIt.
NICE LOTE OF
BUNCOMBE CABBAGE& APPLES
JUST ARRIVED.
40--ti. T. Q. BOOZER, Agt.
I have been using Swift's Specific
r (S SS ) and find it to be the best rem
edy of the kind that I have ever been
able to get, and I have tried them
all. JoHN TISCHER,
Sep. 13-1m. 3d U. S. Cavalry.
I The Country Merchant.
This is the title of a 28 page quarto
journal devoted to the interest of gen
eral merchandize, with which is in
corporated Vennor's weather bulletin.
We look upon it as a most valuable
paper and calculated to do vast good to
the mercantile interests of this great
and growing country. The increase of
domestic trade and production of late
years has been immense, and a paper
of this character will help to push
them along and keep moving. It is
published by the Lockwood Publishing
Co., New York, at $1 per year. Every
merchant and dealer, large and small
should be a subscriber.
The Biggest Show Yet.
The announcement that Sells Broth
ers' United Shows will exhibit at New
berry on Friday, October 19, will
excite the amusement loving people,
and put them upon the quivive. There
is no exhibition in the country that
carries with it so high a reputation, and
immense as are its advertised features,
there Is sure to be found the original
of everything presented in the pictorial
bills. Since last season the Messrs.
Sell have added immensely to their col
lection of animals and other curiosities,
and they have been vigilant in engag
ing a company of male and female
equestrians and arenic performers of
the highest celebrity. A herd of per
forming elephants, a pair of trained
hippopotami, a performing rhinoceros,
and tribes of Arabs, Australians and
Hiindoos, are among the marvels of
this greatest of exhibitions.
The Southern Musical Journal
Comes to hand for September re
plete, with excellent reading matter
in the departments of light literature,
musical and educational. The Sheet
Music contained in this number is ex
cellent, and is by Southern composers,
"Poor Weary Bird," by Prof. Wood,
of Macon, and "The Georgia Sesqui
Centennial March," by Miss Florence
Golding, of Savannah. This Journal
is working a positive benefit to our
Southern people by encouraging our
home talent and struggling genius, ad
vertising to the world the progressive
studies the South is making in matters
of music, art and vducation. The sub
scription price of the Journal is $1.00
per annum, with $1.00 worth of Sheet
Music. of your own selection as a
premium. It should find a place in
every f.inily in the South, and we
trust our people will at once Increase
the subscription list. Specimens free.
Address, Southern Musical Journal
Macon. Ga.
Fol TE HERALD.
Sunday School Convention.
The Newberry Conferential Sunday
School Convention, so anxiously
awaited by the Sunday-schools of the
Newberry Conference, convened in
Grace church, Prosperity, at 10 o'clock
Friday morning. The convention was
called to order with Dr. Hawkins as
temporary chairman. After the dele
gates to the convention were enrolled.
Dr. Hawkins was elected President;
Prof. C. W. Welch, Secretary; and
Mr. Nathan Wheeler, Secretary. The
address of welcome was deliver,ed by
Prof. E. Counts and responded to by
Prof. Welch. During the meetings'of
the convention, Rev. 3. C. Boyd of the
As.ReformedPresbyterian, Church Dr.,
0. .B Majer, Prof. A. J. Bowers, Rev.
W. C. Dreher. J. E. Hailtiwanger, Esq,,
and Prof. E. Counts were made znem
bers of the convention President
Holland began the discussion of the
first question : "Is this convention
necessary to our Sunday-school work,
and how shall we make it p)rotitable ?"
He showed the convention to be neces
sary to the Sunday-school work only
needing lively manifestation on the part
of the members in their discussions and
dellberations to make- it profitable.
These words seem to have been seed
sown in good ground for throughout
the whole sessf7on on the convention
lasting two days, the members were
untiring in their zeal, characterizing
their deliberation with thoughtful
words and practical treatment of the
various subjects under consideration.
The convention showed its apprecia
tion of Dr. Mayer's "Luther and the
children" by ordering it to be printed
in tract form for free distribution
among the different Sunday-schools of
theConference. The deliberations of the
convention were interspersed with able
sermons, one preached on Friday night
by Dr. Hawkins, .another on Saturdy
night by Rev. H. S. Wingard, another
on Sunday morning by Dr. S. P.
Smeltzer after which the Lord's Supper
was administered-three having been
confirmed. Addresses were made Sun
day afternoon to the children by Pro.
C. W. Welch, ReA. H. S. Wingard,
and W. C. Dreher. Sunday morning
and afternoon the House was filled to
overflowing with an attentive audience
nor had they all departed yet Sunday
night when Rev. A. J. Bowers led the
minds of the audience with him in his
eloquent sermon. N.
A WITNESS WORTH H EARING.
GREAT ONSTERNATION AT MATHEW
SON'S HOTEL, WESTMINSTER, S. C.
-A LIFE SAVED ! IT IS NOW
HIS VADE MECUM.
Mr. H. C. Erminger of the firm of
Erminger & Goldsmith, large Can dy
manufacturers Atlanta Ga., cheerfully
and gratefully, gives us the following
wonderful facts :
"I reached Westminster August the
19th.. that night I was seizedY with a
violent attack of Cholera Morbus.
Fifteen actions o019the bowels occurred
in less than four hours. The pains
kept on increasing and the actions on
my bowels wer more frequent. The
usual remedies, Paregoric, Jamaica
Ginger, &c. The symptoms were
growing worse and these remedies
we-e more than eseless. By a lucky
r.nd happy thought Norman's Neutral
izing Cordial was procured and one
dose, in a few minutes, brought marked
relief, and four or five more effected a
complete ceme. Before I began the use
of this medicine, I was in the greatest
agony, my bowels unchecked, and I
was so completely exhausted as
scarcely to be able to speak above a
whisper. The relief was so sudden and
so complete, that I could hardly realize
it, and I knew no bounds to the expres
sion, of my gratitude for the remedy
that saved me from impending death.
I now feel, 1 am doing a serivee to my
fellow-men in letting them know its
merits that they also may have its aid
in time of their dahger.
The traveling salesmen of the WThole
sale Grocery tirm of A. C. Wyly, At
lantas Ga., Mathewson the Hotel pro
prietor, and others will cheerfully tes
tify to the above facts."
Truly and gratefully yours,
H. C. ERMTNGcER.
Aamy1st 84.
A Remarkable Cow.
Our Pomaria itemizer says. "Mr. M.
Ham Livingstone, living near here,
has a cow that has had thirteen calves
in six years, having as many as two or
three at each calving. She is a re
markable breeder and a good milker.
Out of the thirteen calves, seven lived,
She calved last week, giving birth to
twins."
Personal.
Mr. L. W. Floyd returned to New
berry on Tuesday.
Misses. Stringfellow and Arthur, are
the guests of Mrs. Gist.
Dr. L. A. East has gone to Charlotte,
N. C. He has a position in that city.
as book-keeper.
Mr. J. G. Martin went to Gilbert
Hollow Monday, to take charge of his
school there.
Governor Thompson passed through
Newberry on Tuesdlay, on his way to
the Orphanage at Clinton.
Mr. Simeon Pratt left Newberry on
Tuesday, for Mississippi, where he will
make his home.
Mr. W. T. Wright left Newberry
Tuesday, for Florida to which State he
accompanied his daughter for her
health.
We are pleased to see Misses Kate
and Alice Mayer at home again -after
an absence of some time.
Messrs. Jas. Kinard, Silas McCaugh
rin and Harry Blease have returned to
the Citadel in Charleston, which re
sumed exercises last Tuesday.
Mr. L. P. W. Riser speaks of coming
to town for the purpose of educating
his children. We hope that he may be
able to rent a good house near the col
lege.
During his stay in town Tuesday r n
his return from Clinton, His Excel
lency Governor Thompson visited vari
ous places of interest about town, un
der the escort of Cols. Jno. B. Jones
and W. H. Hunt, Jr., members of his
staff.
Various and All About.
Business lively.
Weather delicious.
See Mrs. White's card.
Wood w;inted at the HERALD oflice.
Subscriptions given for wood or other
produce.
Wedaman & Berley, of Poniaria
have started their cotton gin.
Stationery of all kinds, and at low
prices at HERALD Book Store.
The Newberry HERALD is a irst
class medium for advertisers.
Mr. E. Hi. Aull has moved into his
new house.
Remember that tax paying time is
out on the 20th of this month. Pay up.
Mr. Thos. P. Lane shipped a load of
tine cattle to Charleston, last Tuesdav.
We are pleased to say that Johnies
hand is nearly well. Ile can carve his
food.
Dr. J. L. Myers, Fairfield, Ia., says :
"Brown's Iron Bitters is the best iron
preparation, I have ever known in my
thirty years of practice."
The red stamps that we get at our
office belong to the old issue of two
cent stamps. They are not the new
stamps, as many suppose.
xSubscriberswill confer a favor by exam
ining the dates printed next their names, and
if the date i not tight they will please inform
s ofit. Mistakes will occur sometimes.-&U
The farmers have turned their at
tention to the cotton buyers, and the
layers are chuckling about it. They
have a "breathing spell."
The first American inscription upon
the obelisk now standing in Central
Park, New York, will be "Use Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 25 cents."
Drop letters in towns of the size of
Newberry require one cent each, and
unsealed letters containing only print
ed matter one cent each, as heretofore.
On Saturday Mr. Gay Anderson
shot at a negro man, with a pistol, but
missed him. Trial Justice Reid issued
a warrant for the arrest of Anderson,
but missed him.
The Greenville Agricultural and Me
chanical Society has our thanks for an
invitation to attend their Fair, which
begins on the 9th inst., and continues
for four days.
Byron never uttered true words
than when he said,' "Physicians mend
or end us." But while doctors disa
gree, all the world has agreed that
there is no remedy equal to Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup.
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge des
troyed and expelled worms thirty
years ago. We guarantee it to do the
same to-day, to the satisfaction of every
one who uses it. For sale by Dr. S. F.
Fant.
Some rascal who is anxious to board
at the brick house fed salted dough to
the chick.ens of the oolored people on
Mr. J. M. Johnstone's place' and at the
Johnstone home place, killing about
20 at the former and 40 at the latter.
A general anid cordial invitation is
extended to the public of Newberry to
visit the HERALD of fice and Book Store.
Perhaps a subscription is desired, or
a book wanted, or some letter paper,
envelopes, ink, or something else.
Week after next will be Fair week,
it commences on Wednesday, and
visitors are invited to miake this office
their headquarters. Pens, ink and
paper will be furnished them for epis
tolatory purposes free of charge.
Last Thursday a lawyer and a medi
cal student went squirrel hunting near
Jalapa. They were absent from home
two hours, walked three quarters of a
mile to the woods, and killed seven
squirrels. Law and medicine were
fatal.
On the 20th of September, in New
York, by Rev. Mr. Waller, Dr. JOHN
GARDNER and Miss HENRIE DANIEL
Sept. 27th, at St. Luke's church, by
the Rev. J. Hawkins, D. D., Miss
BTTIE MINNICH to Mr. THEoDORE
COATs.
By Rev. J. E. Watson, Sept., 27th,
1883, at the residence of the bride's
father, Mr. James C. Bodie, Dr. D. M.
CROSSON and Miss SA.LLIE C. BODIE.
At the residence of the bride's
mother, Prosperity, S. C. September
25. 1883, by Rev. T. G. Herbert, Mr.
ROBERT MAJOR, of Greenwvood, andl
Miss FANNIE BOULWARE, of Pros
perity.
POST OFFICE,
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C., Aug. 25. 1883.
List of advertised letters for week ending
September29, 1883:
Brooks, John. Logan, Miss Emma
Brooks, W H Olson, Charlie
Counts, Robert Rook, Miss Mary E
Chapel, Mrs Mary IBeid, Mrs Ememline
Codwell. J A Si1mbs, Miss Fanny
Dorrob, Harriet (2) 18031y, Miss Atary
Davenport, R D P (2).Sutton, J J
Griffin, Miss Mariah Sewell. C H
Gary. Miss Alice TollIver, Miss Cara
Golmon, Miss Hattie Wilson, D) Q.
Hunnicut, J If Wheeler, James
Jackson, Miss Rachael Williams. Willie
Jones, Mrs Mary 1Williams, Mollie C
Langley, Samuel
Parties calling for letters will please)ey
Ifav.e. 3. V. 3nn1.5 .
FLYNN'S
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IN THE MEANTIME
CALL and SEE
WHAT I HAVE
IN STORE.
IT IS FACT
That Mothers ha :had no little
trouble in getting ihoes suitable
for their Children Newberry,
They have so often n compelled
to take the shoe th DID NOT
want for the shoe the DID want,
that the time for buyi their chil
dren shoes is thought 'with dread.
THAT B. H.0 , HA
now in stock over 100 ifferrent
Styles of Children Shoe is true
beyond a doubt; and if gnothers
will visit our store they willbe sure
to find just the shoe the children
are in need of. Zeigler's Fine Cus
tom made shoes for ladies, are the
best manufactured, for the simple
reason that nothing but the very
best ipaterial is used in making
them. What can be better than the
best? Hess' Hand made shoes for
gentlemen are perfect.
The Futrre which financially
looks so dark and gloomy now
brightens when the glorious an
nouncement is made that we have
WORSTED AT
8 1-3, 10 AND 121-2
PER YARD.
All interested are invited to attend
the grand Sale of Worsteds! These
goods are honest. well made and
reliable in every way, and are even
greater bargains for 8}, 10 and
12.} ets., per yard, than our beauti
ful awns were for 5 ets., per yard.
Having rented the rooms above
our Emporium wherein to store our
magnificent Stock of Domestics,
which embraces every article in the
Domestic line, we are thereby en
abled to devote over one third of
our entire store to Worsted ! I)oes
this mean anything? It means a
stock so vast, that no former mer
chant ever dreamed, much less
thought of bringing to Newherry;
so varied and beautiful that Every
One can find just the style of dress
they want; so cheap that EVEN
ONE DOLLAR ($1.00) will buy a
pretty and a serviceable dress; ONE
DOLLAR and TWENTY-CENTS
($1,20) will buy a handsome dress;
and ONE DOLLAR and FIFTY
CENTS ($1,50) will buy a superb
wool Cashmere.
Just arrived a case of Mdme.
Thompson's celebrated perfect fit
ting
CORSETS
FOR $1.00.
Buying them in case lots we are en
abled to sell the best corset made
for $1.00. Go no further for a bet
ter corset cannot be found. It
stands without a rival for wear,
comfort, and elegance of finish.
Bay them and you will be more than
pleased-our word for it.
We have a complete LINE of
BLACK and~ COLORED SILKS
and ! SATI8, I wiM-l aneessary
Tringningi, *hich'!we offer at our
Established low piles.>. "How. do
you sell such beautiful bleaching
for 8jTcts.,?" is 'asked by the de
lighted housekeeper, when our ex
celent yard wide, FREE FROM
Starch "Herol Bleiaching," is shown
her, which retails' regularly all bver
the world for 11) eta., per yard.
'Notions is our great Speciality.
We love to buy them, we delight in
selling them. To dispose of them
at Prices, which are right instead
of the exhorbant prices usually de
manded for Notions shall be our
aim. Great temptations await you
in Collars, Buttons, Gloves, Purses,
Hair Ornaments, Bracelets, Breast
pins, Ribi nz, &c. A lovely line
of Hamburg Embroideries have just
arrived. We carry the largest stock
of Ladies Fine Neck wear in the
City. The styles are unusually
pretty and attractive this Season.
HANDKERJIHE AND
H OSIERY !
our stock is simply immense, Great
bargains will be the order of the
day !
The GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing
Goods Department is replendent
with choice Cravats, Ties, Scarfs,
Collars, Cuffs, &c. We will sell a
genuine linen Collar for 12 cts.
A genuine linen Cuff for 20 cts.
A genuine lizien Shirt for 50 cts.
Underwear of every description.
We are prepared to sell Shirting
&c., by the piece at heavy dis
counts.
We still follow our old rule of
polite and courteous attention to
every visitor whether purchaser or
not.
SB. H. Cline & Co.
WANTED.
0OTTON SEED
COTTON SEED.
I will pay (15c,) fifteen cents cash
per bushel for 10,000 Bushels SOUND
DRY COTTON SEED delivered at
this place before the first of next No
vember. Will exchange Cotton Seed
meal for Cotton Seed
W. R. REID,
Chappell's, S. C.
Mop . 2 9...3m.l
TilE ONLY BIG SHOW
THAT WILL VISIT THE SOUTHERN STATES THIS YEAR
Coming in all its Overshadjowing Magnitude.
As superior to any other Show that ever came South as an Electric Light is to a Tallow Candle
WILL EXHIBIT AT
ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1883,
Bringing Three Trains Loaded with the World's Wonders. Uses all its Own
Baggage, Stock, Platform and Palace Sleeping. Cars.
EVERY THING BRIGHT, NEW, ELEGANT AND CHEERFUL.
No Old Act, old Features, Old Cages, Old Animals, you have seen here before.
SELL'S 3O'S.,
ENORMOUS RAILROAD SHOWS!
All United in one vast World-Embracing Consolidition i
INFINITELY THE ONE AND ONLY ADMIiTED
GREATEST SHOW on the Face of the Globe.I
EXHIBITING FOR THE FIRST TIME SOUTH
3 Large Menageries Combined, 3 Herds of EIepas
ONE MOlSTER TWO-HORNED RHINOCEROS.
The ONLY LITING GIRAFFE that has been seen in the South for Tweaty Years,n
Only Living Pair of HIPPOPOT AMI
Ever exhibited.in any traveling Menageries in any part of the Worl . huge male and
tremendous female Hippopotamus alone forming the greatest attraction in America, and
really worth a hundred mile journey to see.
WE HAVE T HEM SURE and will refund the price of admission to every visitor if we -a
don't introduce them loose in the ring at every performapce.
The above rare animals are the mzost valuable, costly and wonderful features 'ever
brought to the laud of the Magnolia and Orange Blossoms ; but rare as they are, they forms
but a tithe of the many extraordinary featites we actually exhibit. -
Cut this advertisement out, carry it with you and try and find one single thing here ad-3
verised that is'not actually exhibited.
SOME MORE STERLING FEATURES WE EXHIBIT.
The only ION SLAYER in 'America. The only NYL CHRAU in Ameriea. The largest
BENGAL TIGER in America. The only American Born Camels in America. The only
BURDEN-BEA RING DROMEDARIES and more of them thatiyou. have e en efore.
The first GENUINE BURCHEL ZEBRA ever seen South. The. LARGEST HYBRAS, Z;
APES, BABOONS, MANDRILS, TIGERS, LIONS, LEOPARDS, WART HOG, HERE
DRIAS and the first GENIUINE VIRGINIA PA.NTHER seen in many years, besides a Nut.
titude of Animals not here mentioned.
IS THE BEST YOU EVER SAW.
Includes for the First Time Ever Seen Souith
The Wonderful STIRK FAMILY of Bicycle Riders.
MISS VIOLA RIVERS, the Handsomest and Best Bareback Equestrienne
in the World.
ORRIN HOLLIS, Champion Trick Rider.
WILLIE SELLS, the Great Jockey and Four Horse Eider,
The FRENCH FAMILY CARON, Best Acrobats.
PROF. WHITE'S REASON-GIFTED SCHOOL OF DOGS.
DONALDSON BROTHERS, Jointless Phenomenons.
HERR DRAYTON, The German Hercules.
The Best Clowns, the Best Leapers, the Best Tumblers. Wire Walkers, ,
Trapeze Artists, Gyminasts, and General Performers, ever seen South, and more'
of them.
&- Newspapers, without exception, pronounce this show to be the Best Ever Seen..a -
THE LOUISVILLE, KY.. COURIER JOURNA L contained ais editorial. written b~y HON.
HENRY WATI'ERSON, which said ; "Thre people of the South will have an opportunity of
visiting Sells Brothers' Great Show. which is, without exception, the most honorably con
ducted and the very best Sh -i America."
Prepare for a Genuine~ ay. Be in Town Early to see the many Free.
Sights. Get gootd places t. the Finest Street Procession ever seen mi any
Americani City.
5Bands of Music. reat Solo Musicians.In the Orkstr.
See the TRANSCENDENTLY UTIFUL, RICH, GORGEOUS, STARTLING WON
DERFUL PAR ADE . A PLC PPED T IDE WAVE OF SPLENDOR, introJcing 5
Bands of Music, 38 Gold-Covere Cae, 20 Great Golden Chariots, 14 Hugie Elephants in ~
Royal Housings. The Beautiful Allegoricai Tableau of Columbia and her Court of Beauty, -
itroducinig the FOUR HANDSOMEST WOMEN IN AMERICA. Huge Aquaricm Cars, as
lan as houses, drawn through the Streets. Telescope 4.hariots 20 feet high, carryi' aloft -
hi~ in mid..air, a living Elephant, -and upon its back a beautiful Lady representn Lets
Ro'h departing from Delhi. Tho ~ces of India and her.Royal Escort. Knights in soli
silver armor, and more sensationa?tres than ever seen before. It is worth a hundrell
miles journey to see.
Exeursions on all Railroads at greatly reduced rates. Prepare for a joyful jczbilee. Al
avenues of travel are crowded, schools close, work suspends, and a Gala Day,
Wlhen Sell's Bro's., Big Shows Come.
Prepare to see the Biggest Show and the Biggest Crowds you have ever seen in allyourlife
EXHIBITION AT THE USUAL HOURS.
Be in town early. Bring the old folks, bring the babies, bring the aunts,equsins, wvs
daughters, sweethearts, boys and all. If you see nothing but the parade, the teats, and
immens railroAd trailns, you will be paid for the journey.
Owing to the enormous expense attendJing so vast an Exhibition, the Price of Admissiom
will be the same in every place which this Show visits.
for all over 10 years of age ....-.....75 Cents.
AD M ISSI ~ 1, forat1unerio0e-5of-s---------------...Cem-t&
POsITVELY N~O ?EBSON ADMITTED FlU. -

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