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g- Any prson iq the County havl
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ocetirring in. his ieighborhood 'Will confor
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We will send the NiWrs to any
addreas for tho nekt TWO D(hNinA for
irTy 'CENT8- We"are on the eve of
ho impo'rnantcampaign atd vo wish
bu'r p;6pie fully nrouqed to 'their
'duty. He who 'taid' no paper wrill
%lws bo behin th' world. We
'at 'g,ondrally toll y & p'rson's argu
MetS' nd conversatioi whether he
Jon PR,TIN.-Ouroffioo has been
fitted with all materials necessary
f,or printing jbaof every doscription.
Billa, Letterheads. Poste'f, Invitition
and Business Cards &o., &o.
.Raffle-Mr. E. M. Moore.
Notice--Wm. R. Doty.
Mtillincry-J. 0. h0q.
ioth' to Republioanh-Daiel
1ird, C'. v. C.
Administrator's Notico-Samuel A.
Fur'nitire-R. WV. Phillios.
A'uoti'n Sale Jno. 1). MoCarley.
L%nd 'for Salq-W. H. Aiken.
1 Taxes will be 'oolle'oted this
year in No've'tiber.
K- The grand .jury ieets in
WinnsboR to-da' to d6naider alleged
or A heavy rain fell on M'on.
\1ay, and tho weath'er '6les'red cold
Chamberlain aid hil 'suppor
'ters will speak in Winnlibor6 on the
'4:J- The following Is the report
of the Cotto'n marke't.
Votton 'ship'ed Sept. IR713 41. hales.
received 1874 629, bales.
. b::jFor the past two days 278
1aies of co'tton hare be'en iold in this
matrket at pric6s r'anglng from 13
0:- All o ur merchants ha'e re
turned from the Northern markets
*AY heivy stooki of goods. You
aan tell Where to St the cheafost by
looking over our columns.
'~~.The 8'abte Club *ras out
Thursday for drill, under Capt'.
Wmn. D. Aiken. Thieg wore adsIIired
bevery ano. A portion of their
uniforms have arrived and are very
af- The lidejindint Rtepubli
'o'ha Convention.;hbt.iti ChaMI8ston
otn the 2d of October, and nomi,
hated Judge John T. Green for G.
vernor, and M. Rt. Delauey for
g3i The Resoue Rifle d di re
boived their rifles last; Thursday.
They are the Spriitggield gun; bnd
are in godd obdidtioh. The meth
bers of the CJliib g.r' ree ruetod to
ball at M'r. D. RI. F?letinikin's 8toi'e
and get their gu~ns.
0O'r Don't fail to read the adver
tisdament in another btimtn r, of
Messrs. Walhof a A Dwigfit.. Thoseo
gentlemen have just eceived ,a hoa4y
litook of Fall and WVinter goods sliioh
they are selling low foi- "1&sIt.'
O~.The Examlustton for sulfolar
bhips in the Universitty-will be Ireld
i8-daty in Columbia. Isailo lfureell
~dd Robert Lee, batti oolored; will
66mftete fok th'e i$airflcld Sokoular
O0r Some of the lights of the
"rcgulars'" will speak in 14iafsboro
on Oct. 10th, and 6thors on thie$#4th.
Itomno of the speaker. fdr tho'eamnpaigni
Air6 pretty scaly. We don't *ant
any of these soaly fellows hete.
SThe woods in the vicinity of
t6on are filled with *ild flgeons
These birds made th5lr Nrs6 appear
Anto6 S.ddrday affefnoon. O'ur old
cltidens say we r#a bdok 666t fdr a;
g.g An aooident oo6utred last
Saturday to' ih6 so~u here h6und pas.
senger train oli tie U. C. & A. R. R.,
about one mille sentli of Rook Hill1.
Two ears wore bad lj sridished up and
two pdisons slightly lr.j're6d; *as' the
bnly dam'age done.
(;gf Mlr. John D'. Mo0arlej has
canalrdded to glie up the hotel busi
n6Bd aini. ao will- h'e seen- -n anothet
column he offers his house-hold and
kitheliei f'urniture at auction. His
flrniture is very line, and we Pdvise
our readers to call at the "Giand
Central" aud examine it.
MohF IMPRnOEMeN-r.-Capt'. P.
Babot has put a now front on his
stbre, whi6h adds greatly to Its ap
piar'ance. The Captain is an en..
eVgotio man and loves to sen all
things around him in right kind of
gg , Nlr. Squier, of the rellablo
fitum of Jno. c'. -Sqeiir & Co., has
just returned from New York. Mr.
S., whiib i.e as the last to go and
get back, olalum that their h'oavy
t-tOok will consist of the latest htylles,
and bought at lower prices than aiy
other Dry (!obdt estslhaliment in
town. ul't, fail to try theil.
E& We learn that six thouhand
dollars were paid in oash fqr cotton
in Vinnaboro during two days Inast
week, Three h flar.k fo6nA their
way into our office. .We sympathize
with ih'o Western Editor who retirn
ed thanks for the prosent of a centi
pedo, as it was the only cent of any
kind that had 6dud 1t0 wi,y idtd his
office for threo months.
'0:)- We trust Federal suporvisors
will be appointed at the forthcoming
election. Ve respectfully reqiiest
the board of conruitsionel-a to de-ig
nate the pulling precinets at an early
day, ti that . proper number of bu
po,rvisors may be appointed. Two
8upervisors are appointed, on- Pom
each )arty, at the writtbu roqu.st of
D At a mcctinA of the Wins
boro Hook & Ladder Company held
a few days ago the following officers
were elected to serve for the eisulg
President-J. D. Smart.
Vice President-J. H. Purcell.
Secretary-C. It. Srother.
Treaturer-F. Steele. t
Directors-V. (. Buler, T: A. 't
Goode, J. W. Purcull, Wn. Wood
* Axmen-Danlel Boebell, Samuel
gVlhei'rmera of 1%ih'ip 1,
hiU ti corn exhibition at Feasterville
on the 26th September. The exhi.
biti.n Veflected great credit upon the
energetic frmers of that nelghilor.
hood. AbArew Coloniain (coloied)
bore tff tJOu prizz, which consisted
of all the cont on exhibition. The
live ears exhibited by him weighed c
Peven and a half pounds. It. E.
Quinn, E-q., and John Coleman
(colored,) each exhibited live ears of
corn weghing seven pounds. Suie
of the corn may be seen in onr offioe.
Feasterville is always ahead on the
corni qnestion, subscribes for tho
i1MA1.n, (tind pays fur it.
0d9- Wo invite attbndJon to, the
advertiseme(nt of Mr. Groesobel in
another bulumrn. We are informedt
that Mr. Groes. hel will in a few days
open his restaurunt, and that on the
evening of the opening lie will give
a gland entttaithment to his friends, I
where 'will be ftirnished a hundred
ktgs oif lialtimore hbuer, arnd a thou
raa.d; p'os.un , bes.ides an abunda nce
of other i-teanents. M r. Groesobel
hwi tecetltly rettdined~ti-ow Califor
niai believing~ thit his old homie in
Southi Carolina, is the best place to
locate: W e wish himi amaphl uccess.
Ti 1he News anid Courier if8 oine
of tne best papei-a ii. the Sodth.- For
the past year It ha's done hoblb ser
vice in behalf of hionest govern mont.1
It is p<ar excellence, the conservat ite
drgan, aidd should be roed lby every
jbrson intorestod in reform. It of'.
lers to send the daily to any subs.-ri-C
ber for two months for the low .rate<
of ohe dollar. Thir, offer is niiadoe till
1st Novemb'Thr. \Wo will furnish a,
ob of the anily News and. Courier
and Lhio ~Tul-w*:Km.i WmAssaono
Nkda~ to any address for two mionthis
for $1.60. Trhis includes the cost of
tegi-tering letter-- to Charle-ton.
Make up ydhir bltibs. Tho indiefidu.
a! who does not take a paper she'iuld
have his land sold for taxes.
Or On FPriday night #e attbnded
by intitation, a concert of the (!aro
uind Sitmg6rs, otherwise knowri as the
Riet1ardkon Colorfed' Opera Trdup.
Th'is troupe has returned from the
ro'rtli after a '*isit of sdmob months.
\ goodly utniber of the elite of
WifinAboro d'ere piresent. The sing.
8r ehi'a bited mllarked proficfency. 'They
rendosod sevei popular airs; and
bomie spiritual songs peculiar to their
own race, with flue effecot. We par
tiemularly nioticed the buass and falsetto
9uicemi TPhe trotipe desmrie great
crdit. Their voices a're welltrained
and thdy mnodulates well. In the
iiutervals, compositions and declama
tion afterriated, whiboh werd highly
ereditable to the colofod pupils.
Elvery member of the audience
seemod highly ploso.
O& We always ro)oied to'sao6
terprise dioplayed by yon'ng men.
Two young gentlem'en of this to'wn
h'ave recently insert,(d advertisements
in our paper. Mr. J.. Fi. MeMaster
is maant- fa'r tha Weed sawing na
hine, whioh is said to be one of the
beat machides in the market. Mr.
Moaster is known to most of our
-itizons. To the rest we cordially
3onofiond hin as 'bnergetio and on
iroly trustworthy. All on hid1i and
Dbtain inforindtion in regurd to his
Mr. W. 'M. Hardin has t're Isod
ho photograph g-illery of Mr. 1.um
rarten, andI now off..irs his services
o 'hn old and the young,
,he iandisono and the ugly. Evory
mo should have a photograph. . r.
Jarlin is competent and paintaking
ud eviry 64-rtt will be made to give
Ce Among the tHiany buAncib
inises of one. town, tlioro are few %ho
ave gained i greater reputition
imong our people than that of D-in.
ieberg & Co. This ttore scors to
5e always the s'dete of autive busi
less life. Their co0t?6uH Atibntion
o cuktonters, nrid that (of tfieir sales.
ieln, R1o* thei to be th6 right tien
n tht ight. pinto. They hake the
ite--t alid a e,t storo in th.) 111l-a,"
mne that would do credit to many a
arger place, and their stock is alWays
11 lCeopthg With t..C. size of the house.
)winlg to tile tact f. their having a
-sident bu) or at Iii .1i atorA and New
rork. who is always on thb lookout
or te, they urn thams en ib!ed at all
,imes to sell goods at tho lowest
igures. All the-y asic Is a call. "A
o'rd to thl wiie is ablloiefit." *
Tni BE'r' ANb L tEd'.-Por 50
'eais the name of Johnj Itobins'd has
een a household word. He will
hortly be with us again with his
reat show-in the Citju are tiver
00 art!t6--anmoilg whom i obln
on the ir-eat Sti6kney tho unrival
id, Kelly the unequalled, while
C:at, Bake, the greatest of livi'ng
Pqiiestriennes, is at the head 6f the
emale attaches. B.it *ly speat of
ho Circus, when the Meage9ie ih
he feature O"t feat11res.-Here, 'in
,djitiwA to !0 ci-ges, aro 'the Mon.
ter Sea Lions, the lILage Rhinocero-,
lie performing El. hanltq, the pair
f Livinig Giraffes, ine Giant OArich
Q, the Herds of Buffalo, aid the
roo-ilorued S4crekd Cattle ; tine
eembdr, all can be aeon for one
The B*g Shol bibibits at Winns
ioro, Tturtday Oodtbei 2id. Pvery
ody get ready to see the GrQat
Vorld's Fhir of Wonders.
OLD JOHIN R1o1NsoN.-This veto
an manager will give two grand ex
ibitions in our ToWD Thursday Oct.
2nd. We clip the follouving froin
no of our exulhangos
"A vast and aprecintig RUdielen
gain filled t.he iuammoth Pavilion
ast evening. The show is imad..ubt
dly one of the beat ever witnetsed in
his bity. It is impostible to give 'n
laborate description of the mtnifoild
ttractions of this establishment.; but
t is proper to Pay bore, thil the
xhibitiona is thae very be.- that hans
vear been ofTeredl the people of this
ricinity. OJu'side the attractions of
hie circus performr-nnee, is a meonag
rio in which very raae animals are
acutod to publio view and in the
aille departumenat are a numnber of
uriosities, collected at a great ox
ense. Th'le amanaigers of tiais estab
ishmaeiit haato been many yearsi in
lhe bu.iness atn- bavo learned to ae'
O:nmiodlate t heir tastes to that of thae
umbii6. Just what the public are
itost interested in will always be
uumnd under flobinsoui's tetLs, Id
lhe circus department will be seed
he best talebt attainal>le."
WaFE MURDICn.-A'fTK.M'r) SE U[
lot-Ls night, about half-past 7
'cloeli, there wvas a fearful outcry of
murder," in the~ upper part of Columi
~ia; Excited people hiirried in thte
lirektiin of the3 soude, when it was
ound thaat the awful screams pro.
ceded f,roti a wonmad i lo haad re
eived her deoath-wouind from hei.
usb-ind, at te bad:rd!ig-liods6 of
ir. E. IInt4j (on Main street, near
'!lmuwood avenul Thie sinand of the
vite-maurderer is John ll. Itarring.
,iPI4 a nat,ive of Now berry, S. C., wvho
hamtly after the wait; removed to
iFrancee, whiero.he miarried. it ap
>bars tha., husbtand tind wif#t dia
;reed, and several timne recdtly
mirsh wordls pissed between th'um
-h.i thirdateddsk to stdlth her lfe.
[;ast nights thi--. j arina was renewed,
nad the stab'bed her in the aneek,' pehe
traalidi the jmgna'kt feina, and as is
upilpo8bd, stainig himself several
imtes inm the breast, near the bedrt.
Thie woun ied wtoman rushed to thfe
ivindlow oif thie 6'ed-rooma and g'.ve
she alarm, and than fell back ward.
Wlien NI r. 11itunt and othaer, jiersonas
anteroid the room, hiusbaunt and wife
were found lying by the side of the
bed, in a puddle of bilood. AMrs.
liarrington wasN placed upon the bed
where ahie expired in a few rninitosa.
Alediial attendance was summoned,
inad the wvounds of Mr. II. (which heo
aays wore inflict6d by his wife) were
utterided to. Ite conversed j>retty
'recly witi lIr. Ilydridk and ot6ef
rersons-in P ren4hm and IEnglisl(
.pparently p't r fectly cool and calm
Jeclared that his wife etabhod him
i'rst; and that ,he wounded her in
teff-defenoe. II arrington is respectas
Lly connected in Ne*berry, is a
unould'or by tra'ao, and had been at
york for some time with MesArs.
)oldsmnith & Kind. Three interent.
ng children..-the oldes,. seven years
old-aro the result of this ill-fated
union. The supposition is that lar.
rington, after using the knife-a
wooden-haindlcd iusitrument, about
four ipohes Imig-attempted to corn..
wit suicide. le is a young man,
apparently about thirty years of
age. f Colum4"bia Pihcni.x.]
0) Judge Mackey irrived in
Winnsboro on Thisday and opened
a Ppeoial term of Court. The object
bf this seWsion was an investigation
into the AllegeA plot at Brice's.
Judge Mackey delitered a Oharge t6
the Gratid Jdry. After sonio gene..
A1 remarks on the natore and dutiks
6f the Grand Jury, lie s.oti of the
i.resent subject of invei tigationi. Ile
s .1d lie Court was not prep red to
forestall the action of tho Graid
Jury, but its judgment was that their
had been no plot.
The charge made against lia col.
ored people ho believed to be unre,.
ionabl. The history of thit roei
for over a beritury shows that it 18
pehaoablo, ei3cile, awarlikd and
amtta'ly faitthful to its truiAt. In the
1'odgie&tt o! the court, in Fairtiel I
With Its *hite to tilatidi higilly in.
telligbtt, dhodicut to 14w, it is no
more reasonabib to iublict A plot
against the whites thAn to iiugie a
plot of the whites to injdro the
blaoks. lie believes such a oh irgo
agaiiiht either to be mouttrous. The
olassifieAtion of individuals is dan
gerous. While certain diatinlcionls
of race will rAtiaIn alwa3s ; as a
legal disloction, race is tiot known. It
Is a serious abousation to charge a
whole race with this offene.
The court is spirome in Fairftld.
Should an organized reistaiiee to law
be discovered among tihe witos, the
law..abiding whites must bd suunnoi.
ed to reprobs it. Should bad colored
men organize, law a b i d i n g
colored innm will be summoned to
defeat their plots.
Tisi report ihay have been origina
ted by bold bad med, because a olow
struck agaiUst tle Ulladk tuan will
recoil 6u tle wbit6. Were a hundcod
blucks slaighte'id ty eielted whites,
prisons would be filled with thou,ands
of white persons. Thus 6adio objoet,
thight be gained.
The bourt lubtrdotA the Grand
Jury to summuon witnesies and invoa
tigate thih matt,-r thoroughly, aud to
report wLethb'' thb eounty is at peoiAb,
and whether the county's interti.a
poloe.and the authority of the court
is tuflicient to preserve order, or
whether other aid is required.
The jury returned to their room,
and ex uimuod witnesses. 'hey re
1st that theire wa no pldt.
2ud. That the reports warrantod
the whites in exerciting vigilance.
3rd. That pree now reigns.
The full report will be givan-again.
O We believe that little good fe
suited froih the invetigation by
Judge Mackey afid the Grand Jdry
into the alleged plot at Brioe's. The
matter had been quietly laid at rest,
when the old wounds were torn open
af esh, the whole matter made mnore
notoriojis n.ihd srdme hilter feirdgs
engendered. Jtidge Mackey threw
a caest of levity over tIid whole pro.
ocedings by which the preeautions of
the people were made to ajppear the
roeult of an unreasounble panic, ratli.
er than the eminently prudent coin
duct of brave men. Thmero arc no
better, brafer or tooler citizens to b~e
found anywh'rN th'ah' the peo pje of
this neighborhood. Unpt p..Li. C.
tJlowney and Mr. Thois. A. .ioc,
gentlemnen of the stti.st vernoity,
testify tthat Ribeit f?ranknlin tolo
them~voluntarily thiat a pidt eltistdd.
Instead of picketing tile ioads, two
hutngdred stiong, as dJudge Mackey
lhild ehar ged, the whit c itizenjs hadl
hb ~ickets, nor did 'haeil fHliei
ooll,bot at any one housc. They "ilhib
iterd n signs of panic, but, as they
lied b'6en aceustimed to do during Lihe
war; they prepared thesuselves, an'd
waited for the apprornch of thd tfie
my, should any conie. Wec are hap
py to say that the colored people
ma~de no atto mpt, and consequently,
nobody was hurt. Itobert F~ranklin,
acknowledged that lie had made the
statements referred to, but said it
was undeir compuilsion. This was do.
As soon as Fedrniik1in testified that be
had spread th)n report, he wai incar
corated in prison by Judge Mackey.
It. is claimed that this ft ightened the
other witnesses, as they kie w nothing
when snmnmonod before the Grand
Jury. Ocie wee heard to tell tlit
ottier, that h'e hid better not kn'iow
anything about the matter.
We acquit Congressamanm Wallabe
of th<. ehaige made by J,udge Mackey
that lie had manufaeturod the report,
but we niintain'that hV, as a ehd.on
leader of the eolored p'edp'b, shiould
have gone among theni dnd discofer.
*,e the truth of the matter. Buit lr.
WVallaoe hiad a through ticket to
Yorkvillo titut dlay.
W~hile J tid ge Ma6fkoy'.4 f-ason fobr
holding this inivestigat ion 'were od,
tIe re.suht was5 not. We are p,leased
Co 1inow flhnt t?fe blacks rcel.ly haed
no plot. l'hut politic.s and law seem-.
ed to lie funabledl in the investigation.
A ju'dge should not ontiar intb a.ntive
polinids. It lower's the dignity of the
Osc-rise ATUf.AD,Nos G ndyfi.-'.he
people ofGladdon's Grove and the
neighb6rhood had a delightful pic
nic on Saturday. The local having
received an invitation to attend,
seate.d himself in a buggy and with a
nrayer to Jove for n. safe ionney over
the Rocky Mouht road, intrusted
hlimsel to the lard of Mr. lamiltoti
of Terrills Rstablitlhnent. The
road is in better condition, they say,
thin it has bot for 3cars. It, is
still none of the bot. However the
journey df oleven inies was DIAd
in m f 0 ' ly , a tj d at htaly
patVelevenl ooock, we found our
solves on the grou N. We w ro
meet by Nossrs. Ja.. 'J4lmso, . J.).
A. MuCrory, \V. 1. Hlall, W'. T.
Thorn, AJaot l'o%veli, an1d 0 8.
Scott. and with tliem procetded
whore the people generally lad a,
1.iu.bled. \Ve wro soinuwlhatt oI]f*
our beat; and know but little of the
localit.v, the only tiio that, WO were1
over niear there titore, liavin.g boeei
where %ve -ere marehinig. wiith tile
0adets, and Gen. Siertmsn, was rai I
er too near for it- to make extemled
observatjions. I it Iit 1 hspttaIy
o our Ists resspured us. Thez etntle
tihen who hid been invitle to delivoir
add ren.es wero niot. f,irth-llomitfg.
'ho local, who is Ilwaays called 11pon
for work at o%ory thing, frotm1 I log
rolliig tip to prepa11irinig a lir,. ot.a
Ituif i'r i lew udvortitement, WaS.
atikud td suppl.y tho dIi,-e by
d'livdrnig Ali ddilepti ont tihe t. anlpe.
As Ih', Iko the weattiui p t.litil,tII
thoitgo n.t a prads,taul fa ret r, i,
much idt'6reettc4 In the advitcvemenit i
of the DAIN Heonto of agticultit e,
be comphod of course. Ito for.u1
IAtcly hIta recently r'a of the 1tssa.m
Aindtion of an editor by certimi inttv
grangera, for saving that turi.ipr;
were ilijured by being Pltnhnn ,Jrt, Ii
the trees, and that guano was user
Ott potato,s only Uy thoseo wltose
tate raa vitiated by rum and tihiq.
co, while he proterred uiing giav
and butte'r uponl thiem. So ho pro.
dently refrained from deliveing
theso SIgo tnaximlih. Ah'tdesy pro
vents his declaritng hi& tltre,s a itn
effort. M any ladies rte pres. lt
aid to the iispiratiort drn W!l fre tin
tileit bright eyes hbe attrilbtes WIt'
ever euccess hie had. After tih ii.b,
d ris; the importmit hu.itnetis of te e
dily lebgan. A tablo was t.lrel he,t
fleatll the treos; atid suilptittols re
piaNt provided fro i'cr. iit i i y.tterti i,
banket,i which proiet t.hit while the
men tiro good farmeAia the ladies ex
cel as .houisekbopers. Wo partotk
bountifully of course, -e-greting all
the Whili tat t the 100r11 Bantd'' wat
not ot lian'd to do jiat,too to the
Sonib timo after dinner, G-nrt
Kentinedy of Kerstiaw; who hap entd
to be present, was presnod injto ser.
vice for an addresa. on tho political
Situation. Tho general, who is at
ways prepared Whether to lead a
charge at the head o hlis coltiis,
or to make an *addream, respondel to
the call in an elegnilt Speech of r,oic
length. Ho alludod to the lact tat
tilt people are now better organizd
than tboy.have L.een for years . and
urged thom to rally to the polls ie
belalf of b0'iist Hevertineent. li
believed that the Cotserva.tt ives
Ahruld ioinlitite Ito atand idlte for
Governor itt cJse an honest i-'epublh
cin is offered to theni. .
lie advocated the ntmiiationt of
Kershaiw r6r C6igre.s, eulugizite
that getitloti:u very highly. I Ie
believed that Ker..m cat be elect
ed . In anl eluqutioit per orat.ion, he ~
altowed that the Ainglo Suxeen race
wad fiever sub<.uod; and that, if theo
people o't the 8tit,e ai-o truto te t
.selvos, t,hey will eventuailly leave is
new South Cjarolinta redeneed titalj
ilis ,redliatks were attenttively lis
tonedl 1,. Theb sentHifilt of talt withe
wheot wo cotversed tteeittt to be thait
an honteet i-epublhicani, if no iitateud,/
dhoil,d bA stipported, and that Gen. I
Kers.haw innt be rttn hir Cong. ess.t
Some who htave ntever votcd since the,
war will work f.or himt. '
AftEr someo furthier tim'n pnsRed int c
sdbial intercourse thte party isper.
Trho ioNial thatlis the 'mond peop'c
df Iiladden's Grnovo for their hoeespi
t.nlity1 ais d ex pre~.sses a 'detei 'ita
tion to visit thIat sectiontttt nyit whten.
4fer oport.unitit. off..rt.
A magniicer.t Kunhelo'in-,' lie rae ile at
t. eib0, at $240O per chtaitc.
\ LL'1 p ersons tnd.ebteid to m'c' Will
. , bonfecr a greap favor tey paeytng
theitr nol es aeto tir iy . I hearo b eenu
compI e.ll t i 19djitcount soge of i het.e
noe ,igl bne e, 'ihey. tuusi sheref'oro he
oct 6 fI1:I , \Vi. ii. DOl'Y'.
1 AVINO concludied tee queit. tie lhoel
. L buiese, I will sell tiy. large teicok
oi tiuntsehtold tdtd r~ei,hn fun i1.ture at pub-t1
lie outcry on Satitdrl y the l10tI. inst,*
Terns <dsli or good peaper.
00 o #t t JNO. ID. ' c'Al(TlEY.
JtND FORiSA.L. .
r tahecriber oiffps fore. gaIn 1 50 lee
,0,aereu of' Ianl. Tierms ei'el cont.
<~t iem thwvornble. If wet uneil by thle first
day of ntext Novomnber. wiltlehe withdrawne l'i
from markot. W. IE. A IKI;N.
eel. 8-tit x8
'.1 LL prties~ indchicidi t e for noite
..i ile r.. Se, I (l Onanos tir Ieebty
notlie tht hir no(te CSand aiccouts a;
tJye. IsU, Aoeiher next... andi Ile. nto ex
Iiensiont of ii mot enn btle grantt .d. '[I hoso se
tlinug their n'ttes biefote mtaiturty, will be,
allotwed a liberal disteeent. O(OI
00 3 Agent.
MX,It.91OAO wish'es to inferm her
.V. friend < patrons, and putblIegene-aelly
that sIhe hnsngagedei crviese of iwoe frst
class matentu.'aor dross maket .a when Nort It
wh.o.is expected hero the 3rd of Oober,
then she will be prepatredl to carry on a
firt, elass Dress Mlaking M\illinery estneb.
llshameni.- Iatronage solicited. Satisufac
o-t 1 . 0. TAG
WIL JO H NROBINSON'
0 DJi M EllRCA'S FAY T B INS0W,
WETWOiD IT ?QITIN
MA3EllCA'S VETERAN MANAGER.
Tila 31 onarvh o A musim.en1t1 ! My It igif, no One Dare Dic:puto.
T*HIS CONCERN IS COLLOSSAL IN allits PHOPOITIONS I
Irmu e. 41 1, movo by 11ho orliiry mnomw s:ilopted by SM A LLElR CON
I I'NS, it. r(iiire nfiy p v T .ito ra In I roV, tik ('l M of all
KxItibition .whih contains TOUSIANDN Ol'' LIVING ANIMALS,
lyri tdI of lJird.", (Colmnik- of ;lookeyi , S hl s of Ailyphihia, Mileo uf Rp
tiles,) th6 l rgest and i l Most Coinploto
MENAGERIE AVIARY AND AQUA91UM I
N THE WORlLD, CONTAININ1 lIVINd SPI-CD IENt O ORLJ1
cREAT,vro's GREAT HIANDIWORK,
vTy weht in, Iwo boy 11:o, uito Nonh inf o tbo Ark.
The u111al ad thle 1tue u as God had commanded Noah."
A miong which aro (to
-o i o i n
Noveltice, yhi6l; we
- Guaanteeto Exhib-.
-it, o r thl Mol y will
MARK. WEXITESE MI1WES_jl
We will abilbit it efielh plawe TlHE (IREAT SIIOW visit
L IIIEiD OF L AVING. GIRAFESTh' COSTIN14 $6,000 IN GOLD
Ol TVIl '3ONEY R!,FUNDI,ED I
L nlaeh 't inatran Rhinoeroi ! Or ite Money Refnnded ! 'in Lar.es
eformllill- Eiepikit in Amieriort ! ()r tie .\loney refuidid I A Giant O -
rich, ' 1,et hig ! r I h > mf% !t ,v refiil.l ! MI)Itor Se. t Lions ! Or tho
toney r-fmiled ! A : I lIm-rn- nil l Eqod l1ovine from th floly Lind !
'he (nV 01tnI Etv. Exhibite-d ! Or tio money 10fitidn- Thoo arn Spe
ial features Lhat,are int owieil or contr-.ilod by tny othur traveling oxhibi
tiont, in additionl to wi i th lo
T I 1L0 T I Y 0RAL C I R C U S !
GREATEST SJOW ON EARTH t
min'rliiig 1,000 Liitg Morin ant
ivig Wil Loose in
ien.-tmIttilItr Strotan IbA
13,ds. t,ikiii_mr display of ove'r 2
ld.5,000 An i
ato I nIItd [ ill 'tIni- il l length
iiato Curio.mties. introduing an
;o pJ;lijlutive erdle8m numbor
Ilotlios. 1,000 -of brilliant and
Ien ifi ior,.P. beautfully (lco
10 .\crtind cages, dena
Nil. Perfor meei. tnulfs nwl vnp.,
1-;urqopean 'I Celeb(jolctions
-it io-4. 5 0 e ieof Deato 1 rda
> Wild lBonsis. 5 l1apii and SwC
sot fig $.0 ,00
(Gr.-ndl St reet
l'nieuttt. A rconot '
1:1 z'(t(O riti P-ME~
ne nlot fe e
hall olco inl a'
TWO Bar-S B 'IS7 PoaLy vnuscionsn
DOOELS OPEN AT 12S30 r. M.
YN E TICKEll A itur'S TO( THE,I EN"IMoB, EN'E,11TjuN31ENT,
IMONIT FORGET 'I IHE1. 1)'%Y--WI NNSBORt~0 Oct. 22 ; COL4:, AlBA;
Wedlidsday, Oct. 21f o 2 Friday, Out. 23d.
AdIliksion 75 ponts. Childron un4e i0 years 50 engit