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LIVERPOOL, Ootobor 23.-Reverdy
Johnson, in replying to au address,
re%ewed former assurances of the
peaceful solution of questions be?
tween England nud . tho United
States, but declined discussing free
trade, os it was a legislativo and not
a diplomatic affair. Lord Stanley
and lady were present.
MADRID, October 23.-The Junta
has dissolved, after recommending
the abolition of capital punishment,
formation of volunteer rifle associa?
tions and dissolutiou of tho local
Count Gerenti has arrived at Buga
ton. Queen Isabella is expected
AiTjairs in Westlington.
WASHINGXNO, October 23.-The
Stat o Department has official infor?
mation that Mr. "Wolding, our^Consul
at Liverpool, has suspended clearing
bills of health to vessels loaving
Liverpool for United States ports, in
consequence of the prevalence of
Nearly $24,000,000 in gold will be
required on the 1st of November to
pay interest on the debt.
Ono hundred males and seventy
five females have received intimation
of dismissal on the 1st of Novem?
ber, from the Treasury Department.
Judge Hogo, Gen. Littlefield aud
Gen. Coleman called first on Grant
and then on Schofield, as an informal
committee from North and South Ca?
rolina, relative to past and appre?
hended troubles. They received no
satisfaction in either quarter, beyond
that such application must come
through tho Legislature or Executive.
CHARLESTON, October 23.-Arrived
-barque Ansdell, Liverpool;steamer
Charleston, New York. Off the port
-steamer Sea Gull, Baltimore.
Sailed-steamer Farroll, Baltimore.
NEW ORLEANS, October 23.-The
steamboat Gen. Quitmnu, from Vicks?
burg for New Orleans, was snagged
and sunk yesterda}', twenty miles
above Bayou Sara. All on board
were saved; boat and cargo, consist-1
iug of 1,700 bales cotton and 4,500
sacks cotton seed, a total loss.
Last night, a number of disguised
poisons entered Jefferson Parish jail,
at Carrollton, and shot two negroes,
ono of whom had been twice con?
demned for rapo on white women iu
'GG, and was twice reprieved, once by
Sheridan and onco by Mower. The
other was convicted of rape and the
murder of a white girl, aged eleven,
in Jefferson Parish, a few days ago.
About 2 o'clock this morning, a
fire broke ont at Gretna, opposite
tho upper part of New Orleans, the
work, undoubtedly, of incendiaries.
Reports were current that, during the
progress of the fire, a nnmber of ne?
groes wore discovered stealing goods
saved from tho fire; when a fight oc?
curred and two negroes were killed.
The negroes and whites then gathered
from all quarters, armed, and the
fight became general. A company of
infantry and a body of police from
Now Orleans, however, prevented any
further outbreak. The negroes final?
ly took to the woods, and very few
are to be soon in tho neighborhood.
Nine or teu houses, all frame, were
destroyed. The officers report all
quiot there this evening.
RICHMOND, October 23.-Returns
from West Virginia are incomplete.
The Secretarj' of tho Republican
^State Central Committee claims tho
^State by about 700 majority. Tho
Democrats expect large gains from
the Southern Counties, which have
not yet been heard from.
In the Snperier Court, nt Raleigh,
N. C., a colored mau was trietl for an
attempted outrage on a colored girl.
IL? chose his jury from the white
people and former slave-holders
' alone, and was acquitted on thc evi?
BUFFALO, October 23.-Gov. Sey?
mour spoke to an immense crowd at
thc skating rink, last night. He
speaks iu several other cities.
KNOXVILLE, October 23.-There
was a killing frost last night. The
corn crop is safe.
ATLANTA, GA., October 23.-Tho
sharp frost, this morning, will kill
vegetation and youug cotton bolls.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 23-2.15
A. M.-Another severe shock this
minuto sent tho people shrieking to
tho streets, in their night clothes.
The atmosphere is thick and weather
3 A. M.-The excitement is some?
what quieted, but thc poople evince
no desire to return to their houses.
TnB LATEST.-Only thirty-five per?
sons were soriously hurt by the
earthquake, including five killed. A
very slight shock occurred at 7.30
this morning. Business is proceed?
ing as usual. The weather is very
thick, with slight rain.
Sr. LOUIS, October 23.-A brush
with 700 Indians, near Buffalo Sta?
tion, Kansas, resulted in nine killed
and thirty wounded. The Federals
had only three wounded.
PHILADELPHIA, October 23.-Seve?
ral Republicans, defeated in tho
recent eloction for city officers, have
commenced a contest-nearly all will
NEW YORK, October 23.-Tho suit
against William Mah one, for seizure
of the vossol Georgo Leary, at Nor?
folk, in 186G, is up to-day. Muhone
claims that he neted in an offleinl c?
pacity, aa President of tho Norfolk
and Petersburg Railroad, and was
not personally liable. The damages
claimed are $30,000. The case is still
The superb marble building which
is being erected by tho Pork Bank at
No. 206 Broadway, is rapidly ap?
proaching completion. Ita finn pro?
portions and noble facade attract uni?
versal attention, and render it one of
the ornaments of the metropolis.
HAVANA, October 23.-Despatches
received hero give the particulars of
the insurgent outrages in the pro?
vince of Tunas. The plantations
about La Vetiga were devastated.
The insurgents aro robbing and burn?
ing, and impressing able-bodied men,
white and black. An incendiary pro?
clamation has been found, inciting
the negroes to murder tho whites.
Advices from South America state
that Lopez is roported to havo com?
mitted the grossest outrages since tho
discovery of a conspiracy in his camp.
Largo numbers of thc principal meu
of Ascunsion, whom ho believed to
be involved in the plot against him,
were summarily executed. Several
foreigners who took refuge from his
fury in tho United States Legation?
were dragged out-among them the
Portuguese Consul. His two brother*
and RU his married sisters have benn
imprisoned by him, aud it is supposed
murdered or immured alive in hit
Report for Week ending Friday, Oct. 23.
PHOXIX OFFICE, COLUMBIA, Oct. 24.
There has been a fair business doing ii
cotton during the past wonk, at price
ranging from 23?24j for middlings. Ou
market closes steady, with a good demand
and we now quote middlings at 22A@22j
The sales of thc week have been 123 balee
at 20, 20.}, 201, 20?, 20}, 21, 21L 21*, 21], 22
22 80-100, 22|", 22L 22.}, 22?, 82j, 22.', 22i, 2:!
22 33-100, 22 20-100.
There has been no change in other arti
cles of country produce; all that comes i
is readily taken, at full prices.
The following buying rates of South Cv
rolina Bank Kotes", is prepared by Qrcgf
Palmer & Co., brokers:
Bank of Camden. '2
Bank of Charleston.'J
Bank of Chester.
Bank of Georgetown.
Bank of Newberry. ;
Bank of South Carolina.
Bank of State of South Carolina, [old,]..]
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,].
Bank of Hamburg. . ]
Farmers and Exchange Bank.
south-West cr ii Railroad Bank, [old, J....!
Planters and Mechanics.
Wholesale Price? Current.
COUKECTEn WEEKLY HY
TUE COLUMBIA BOARD OF THAD
APPLES-Per bushel.1 00 @1 2
BAGGING -Gunny, per vard.. 25 ? 2
Dundee " @ 3
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 20 @
K.Y.or West. " io ? 1
BUTTER Northern, per lb.. 50?
Count rv, " .. 23 Oh. 3
BACON -Hams, per lb. 22 @ 3
Sides " . 19 ? 2
Shoulders, " . 1GJ? 1
BRICKS-Per 1,000.9 00? 12 0
CANDLES-Sperm,per lb_ 40 ? 7
Adamantine, " .. 21 ? 2
'J'nllow, " .. 18 S
COTTON YARN-Per bunch..! 80 ?1 I
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lb 22$?
Middling, " 22 ? ?
Low Middling, " 20 ? 2
Good Ordinarv, " ? S
Ordinarv, ,l 19 ?
CHEESE-English Dalry, per lb20 @ :
factory, " 16 @
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 22 ? i
L:\gnayra, ". 28 0 !
Java. " .... 37 OD
FLOUR-Countrv,per bbl... 13 00(314 (
Northern.ll 00@14 (
GRAIN- (.'oin, per bash.1 15? 1 '.
Wheat, " .2 25?3 (
Oats, " .80 (Trot)
Peas, " . 90? 1 (
fi AV-Northern, per cw:.
Eastern .* .
HIDES-Dry, per II?.12J? :
Green. " .
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00^.1 !
LARD-Per lb.22 CO :
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 I
Scantling, " .. li
Shingle*, por 1,000.. 2 '
LIME-Per bbl...2 70@2 :
MOLASSES -Cuba, per gallon. Wi.
New Orleans, " 1 (Wn-.l 1
Sugar House. " .. .70'". 1
NAILS -Per keg.o' 00?7
ONIONS-Per bushel.1 25?2
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50?
Machinery " _ 75@1
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel! 50@2
Sweet, 44 . 75?
RICE-Carolina, uer ll>. 0?
East India, " .
SPECIE - Gold.1 37?1
SHOT, per bag. 3 25?3
SALT-Liverpool, per sack_2 UMa*
SOAP-Per ll?. 7A?
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon G
lirundv, " .4 00(/?,12
Holland Gin, "...5 00@7
American " " . ..3 5U?1
Jamaica Rum, " .. .0 00?7
N.E. " " ...3 50@3
Bourbon Whiskey,..8 50?4
Monongahela " . .3 75?4
Rectitied '* .. .2 50? 2
SUGAR-Cruahcd, per lb. 18?
Powdered, " . 18?
Brown. " .12*?
TEA-Green, per lb.1 00?2
Black, " .1 00? 1
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.... 50@1
Smoking, " .50@1
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon... .70?
Cider, n ....50?
French, " .1 25? 1
Port, per gallon.3 00@5
Sherry, " .3 50? fi
Madoira, " .3 50?(J
MEATS-Pork, per lb.
Beef, ?f.8 (?
Mutton, " .
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pahr.
Ducks, ,l .
Chickens, M .2.V
Gcouc. " .
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES.
LOW ANDE & CO'AS BRAZILIAN CIRCUS, at thc
request of numerous citizens of Columbia, have consented
to give TWO MORE EXHIBITIONS in this city, for the
purpose of meeting old John Robinson and his ;'big
show;" and the management hereby challenges "old John,*'
and any or all of his riders, to ride with MARTINHO
LOW ANDE in his One, Three, Five and Seven Horse Act.
This NE PLUS ULTRA combination will exhibit in
Columbia THIS (Saturday) EVENING, October 24, and
MONDAY EVENING. October 20.
SEE THE STREET BILLS FOR PARTICULARS.
October 24 2
New Hulled Buckwheat.
PT f\ PACKAGES Now Hulled BUCK
t)W WHEAT, just received niul for Halo
quantities to unit purchasers, nt low
prices._J. A T. K. AGNEW.
New Boot, Shoe
TITE undorsiguod, who is experienced in
thc business, han opened a fine and
carefully selected stock of gooda in the
above line, and invites a call from pur?
chasers. In tho assortment, will be found
Gent'M, Ladies', Miases*, How', Youths'
and Children's BOOTS and SHOES, of tho
best make. His Btock of HATS ia varied.
Tho articles will bo disposed of cheap for
cash. A. SMYTHE,
lu Presbyterian Depository, opposite
Kinard's dry goods Btoro. Oct 24
State South Carolina-Richland Oo.
ix THE co EUT OE PROBATE.
Hy WHUam Hutton Wigg, Judge of Pro?
bate tn Richland County.
WU EUBAS, CELIA ANN HENDRIX
hath applied to nie for letters of
administration on tho Estate of THOMP?
SON HENDRIX, late of Richland, dc- |
These are, thorcforc, to cite and admo?
nish all and singular tho kindred and cre?
ditors of tho said deceased, to bo and
appear before nie, at a Court of Probate
for tho said County, to bo holden at Co?
lumbia, on the ninth day of November,
1808, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause,
if any, why tho said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and Beal of tho
Court, this twenty-third day ol' October,
A. D. 18G8, and iii the ninety-third year
of American indopendonco.
\V. DUTSON WIGG,
Judge Probate Court, Richland Count v.
October 21 h2
State South Carolina-Richland Co.
TN TEE COURT OF PROBATE.
Hy William Hutton Wigg, Judge of Pro?
bate in Richland (.'aunty.
WHEREAS, SAMUEL GREEN hath
applied to nie for letters of adminis?
tration on thc estate of JACOB RIFE,
Lit<< of Richland, deceased,
These arc, thorcforc, to cite and admon?
ish all and singular thc kindred ami credi?
tors of the Baid deceased, to be and appear
before mo, at a Court of Probate for tho
said County, to bo holden at Columbia, on
the sixth "day of November, 18(>8, at 10
o'clock A. M.," to show cause, if any, why
tho said administration should not bo
Given under my hand and tho seal of tho
Court, this twenty-third day of October,
A. D. 1868, and in the ninety-third vent?
or American independence.
Y>. lt UPSON wier,.
Judge of Probate Court, Richland Co.
October 21 B'2
Direct Steam Communication
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL.
CHARLESTON and Liverpool Steamship
Lino, coniposod of tho First Cia?1?
GOLDEN HORN, 1,188 tons, H. C. MAC
BOSPHORUS, 930 tons, J. MUBBEE,
MARMORA, 910 tons, P. MUBBELE, Com?
Days of sailing from Charleston lat and
15th of each month, as follows:
Golden Horn.November 15
Arrangements having been niado with
tho South Carolina and other Railroad
Companies for tho prompt forwarding of
through froight, shippers ol Cotton from
tho interior may roly on tho utmost de?
Cotton consigned to tho undersigned for
shipment by this lino, will be forwardod
freo of commissions, actual oxponacs only
added. ROBERT MURE & CO.,
Oct 24 lmoj Agents, Charleston, S. C.
ROBERT MORE & CU.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS CHARLESTON AND LIVER?
POOL STEAMSHIP LINE.
Advances niado on shipments of Cotton,
Rico and~Naval Stores, to foreign and do
I nn siie pons. Oct 24 Unto 114
GREGGr, PALMER & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
HU in? Exce?enc?, ROBERT K. SCOTT,
Governor of South Carolina.
YT7TIEREAS, information lias boen rc
TT ceived at thia Department of a wil?
ful and malicious murder committed by
GEORGE GALLOWAY on the person of
ELSIE BODDIFORD, colored, ou SUN?
DAY, the 27th of September last, while on
her way from church, about niuo miles
from Darlington Court House, and that
tho said Galloway has tied from justice; a
reward of THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS
is offered for his apprehension aud delive?
ry in any jail in tho State, with proof to
And whereas, information has been re?
ceived at this Department of the escupe
from tho jail at Walhalla, of RANSOM
RAMSEY, colored, who wan committed on
the charge of having attempted to commit
a diabolical outrage on tho person of a re?
spectable white woman, on tho 2Sth of
Julv last, near tho town of Walhalla, r. re?
ward of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS is
hereby offered for the apprehension of said
Ramsey, and his delivery in any jail of
tin* State, with proof to convict.
Said Ramsey is about eighteen years of
age, colored, "slow of speech, and well
known in tho vicinity where thc outrage
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto
Bot my hand and caused tho great
acal of tho Stato to bo affixed, at
Columbia, this twenty-third day of
[L. S.] October, in tho year of our Lord
ono thousand eight hundred and
sixty-eight, and in the ninety-third
yoar of tho independence of the
United States of America.
[Signed] ROBERT K. SCOTT,
Governor Stato South Carolina.
F. L. CAnnc.o, Secretary of 8tate.
October 23 42
?3~ Darlington Southerner and Keoweo
Courier copy twice
DILLON'S COTTON TIES aro now
offered by tho undersigned at the
low price of EIGHT CENTS PER POUND,
to close consignments.
GUNNY CLOTH and Balo Ropo, at very
low prices. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
BEGS loavo to inform his frionds and
the public that ho has removed to
Main street, corner opposite tho Court
Houao, formerly occupied by Mr. Tolloson,
whoro ho ia receiving a largo and select
Htook of choice FAMILY and PLANTA?
TION GROCERIES, WINES, French
BRANDIES, Scotch and Irish WHISKEY,
and tho beat American (Gibson Ncotar)
WH?3KEY, which ho will sell at very lo*
Erices for cash. Ploaso give mo a cal!
eforepnrchising these article .doewhore.
October 23 . P. CANTWELL.
In the Districts Court of the United
States, for the District of South
In tho matter of John lt. Shuter, Bank?
BY virtuo of an order obtained from
Qcorgo S. Brynn, Judge of tho Dis?
trict Court of tho United States, for tho
Distriot of South Carolina, I will sell, on
the FIRST MONDAY in November next, at
the residonco of said bankrupt, in Lexing?
ton District, all his real and personal ca?
tate, consisting of some very fine LANDS,
plats of which may bo seen at my office,
and will be exhibited on day of salo.
TEBMS OF SALE.-Cash, iu United States
currency. Purchaser to pav for papers
and stamps. HENRY A. ME ETZ,
Oct 10 i Assignee._
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Wm. M. Myors ot. Franklin Myers et al.
IN purfcuancoof the decretal order, in tho
abovo stated caso, I will sell, before tho
Court House, at Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in November next,
That eelobrated PLANTATION, known
as tho "Fort Marion Plantation," about 12
miles below the city of Columbia, on tho
Bluff Road, containing 3,000 acres, moro
or loss, bounded by lands of Wright Don?
ley, William Hopkins, John J. Chappell,
Thomas Davis, and estate of John Single?
ton, deceased; tho said Plantation hoing
contiguous to the waiora of "Gooso Poud, '
Roundabout Lake, Raiford's Creek, Ac.
On tho premiaos is a lino Brick Mansion,
with all necessary out-buildings, and
cabins foi laborers, if desired, the pro?
perty could bc sold in tracts, to suit pur?
TEUMS-One-fourth cash; balance on a
credit of one, two and three years; interest
semi-annually from day of anio, secured by
bond ami mortgage of premises sold. Pur?
chasers to pav for papers, 6tamps. Ac.
D. B. DESAUH.SURE.
Oct ll mthS _ C\ E.JL_D.
Amelia B. Kinsler ft al. vs. Edward and
Henry O. Kinaler.
IN pursuance of the decretal order, in
the abovo stated case, I will sell, before
tho Court House, in Columbia, on thc
FIRST MONDAY in November,
All that square of LAND, (four acres,)
situated in tho city ot Columbia, bounded
on North by Lumber street, East by
Wayne street. South by Richland street,
West by Pulaski street." This is one of tho
most desirably located lots in the city.
The property will be sold in acre lots.
QTKKMK-One-fifth cash; balance ou a
credit of one, two, three and four years,
secured by bond, with approved personal
security; interest from date, payable an
nuallv. Purchasers to pav for papers,
htam?a, .vc. D. B. DESAUSSURE.
Oct ll mth8 C. E. R. D.
F. A. Tradowoll vs. M. E. Boatwright et al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order, in
the above stated case, I will sell, before
the Court House, in Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in November next,
All that lot of LAND, iii tho city of Colum?
bia, containing one-half acre, bounded on
North by Laurel.'street, East bv lot of H. P.
Dcgraaf, of New York, South by lot No. 2,
hereinafter described, West by Bull street.
On the premises is a large and commo?
dious residence and out-houses.
At same time, lot No. 2, bounded on
North by lot No. 1, on tho South by lot of
estate of C. R. Bryce, East by Dr. Howo,
West by Bull street, containinga half acre.
On the premises is a large residence and
TERMS OF SALK-Cash enough to pay
costs and expenses of suit and taxes due;
balanco in one and two years, and per?
sonal security and mortgage of the pre?
mises sold. Purchasers to pav for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. I!. DESAUSSURE,
Oct ll mth8 _C. E. R. D.
1 f\(} BUSTIELS LARGE APPLES, at
JLV7\' $1.23 per bushel, or ?3 per bar?
rel. FISHER A LOWRANCE.
IFE INSURANCE enables n man to
J.J put himself in harmony with Di?
vine Providence. Providence has brought
the institution into being to bless tho
race. Ho who refuses it, distrusts and
despises Providence and invites its von
goanco upon himself and his household.
Wo know ot no fallacy so transparent, no
delusion more groundless, than that
which makes the practice of Lifo Insurance
appear aa an attempt to controvert thc
Thousand-of widows and orphans live
to attest the divine beneficence of LIFE
INSURANCE. Without its protecting
aigis, many ol'them would, to-day, be beg?
gars upon the streets, or occupants of
poor-housos and penitentiaries. No man
can fori tell what will bo his circumstances
at thc time of his death. Tho rich man of
to-day dies tho pauper of to-morrow, mid
tho family, delicately reared, become tho
unprepared victims of diro Want, with her
train of countloss oviU. Such a result is
impossible, with a policy of Life Insurance.
It, indeed, oilers thc owly absolutely tafe
investment which can be mado for tho
benefit of one's family and of his own old
nge. All other investments may result in
loss or ruin. If all would insure, who can
j calculate tho immense suffering and crime
I which tho world would be spared!
! JETS A LIKE: INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of lim (loni. Cou II cr I ic ul.
Asset* - - - $10,000,000
H. E. NICHOLS ? CO.,
October 23 3moB General Agents.
(*SJf THE subscriber has just received
JfiS^from tho potteries, in England, his
supply of WHITE GRANITE and
?r COMMON EARTHENWARE for the
fall trade. Country dealers and house?
keepers aro invited to examino his stock.
A full stock of White and Gold Band DIN?
NER and TEA WARE, and Fancy CHINA
FRENCH, BOHEMIAN AND AMERICAN
With a complete aBsortmont of SILVER
PLATED GOODS, TABLE CUTLERY, JA?
PANNED and PLANI8HED WARE, and
Oct 22 113 WM. B. STANLEY.
Chester Nursery Garden.
TT^RUIT TREES, of All descriptions, for
JT salo. Tho very best early and late
Southern Apples and Peaches, EvorgreonR.
ROHUB, Dahlias, Flowering Shrubs and
Vinos, Greon-houso Plants, Ac. PwrsonB
who wish to procure Trees or Plants to
improvo their homosteada, will do well to
examino my Price List, which can IKJ had
w. BLAKE, Nnraorymnii,
Oct 22 filmo Chester, S. C.
WAIT FOR THE
Best in the World!
mm & iiii??1!
FORMERLY STONE, ROS3TON A MUR?
RAY'S. WILL EXHIBIT IN
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5.
EXHIBITION AFTERNOON AND
Commencing at 2.30 and 7.30 o'clock.
Doora open ono hour previous.
Admission 75 cents. Children under
IO years old, 50 cents.
THE LEADING CIRCUS OF AMERICA!
NEW FEATURES AND FRESH
WONDERS! MARVEL*:: MIRACLES!
Look at thie array of
The Graceful and Dashing Parisian
Equestrienne-the most Brilliant
and Daring Lady Rider
ever seen. Her first season in America!
The Great John Henry!
Tho Superb Dofunco Champion Equos
triau and Thaumaturgie Artiste, late Di?
rector of tho Cirquo Napoleon, Paris. His
first season in America.
LE JEUNE BURTE!
The Premier Bare-kack Horseman
Champion Rider of the World.
MURRAY aud HUTCHINSON, tho Ex?
celsior Acrobats. Tho originators of a
now series of Novel Performances.
The ROLANDE BROTHERS, the peer?
less Sensational Gvmuasto.
GEORGE COOKE, tho noted English
Protean Character Rider-first season in
Mr. DEN STONE, the skillful Doctor of
Fun and Popular Humorist, and
Mr. FRED. MAY, the merry Monarch of
Clowns and Favorito Jester, will presido in
tho Department of Mirth.
Mr. HARRY NORTH, tho moat expert
Tumbler in tho world.
Mr. BURT JOHNSON, the Champion
Leaper and Vaulter.
Mr. GEORGE MURRAY, the Groteaqus
Mr. ROBERT JOHNSON, the remarka?
HERR L?DORF, the amusing Equili?
WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, the Classic
Thc chief atrae hes will be aided by a
completo force of auxiliary talent, consist?
ing in part of
Signor MORRATI and XERTIONE8;
Monsieurs NICO Y A and D'UCROIX;
Herr? WETZLAR, POLUITZ,
8TALBERG and ILLSIIO
FEN; Mc?sr?. BYW1CK,
The whole forming the most brilliant
In tho world, actually embracing moro
Than any three Companies in this country
STONE A MURRAY advertise ouly such
attractions as actually belong to their
CIRCUS, and do not magnify the abilities
of their Troupe, when they claim that
NO EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD
CAN EQUAL IT!
Don't Forget the Time!
Thursday, Nov. 6 !
And don't mistake this SUPERB CIR?
CUS for one of the ordinary kind of Exhi?
bitions that ?re to abnndant in thia vicui
Ity. October 23 bt