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raCRSDAY OCT. 26
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W ANTED Club agents for this paper.
WANTED., Merchant to know that
thin is the best advertising medium
la Went Tennessee.
J. A. MoKenney will pay cat.li for
ViJ, both diy and green. You can get
C. kigbaat market rates for hides by
giving him a trial. Mr. MoKionsy is
preparing to do a large trade in this
iasintis this fall.
Last Chakci. W. T. McCarley has
remained in Bolivar longer than he ex
pected, and will remain here one more
woek, in order to get throe eh with his
work before he returns to Brownsville.
If you are wanting pictures made you
should call oo Lim this w-fk, as ha will
certaioly close his gallery in this place
2n a few daya.
Kotioe to Stockholders.
M. A K:R. R. Officb,
Bolivar, Tknk., October 3, 1876
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers f the Memphis and Knoxvilla Itail-P-aal
Company wiil be held at their
Set in the town of Bolivar on the 14th
day of NoTt&tber next
R. L. WALKER,
Secretary and Treasirer;
At MoNeely'a Cask Store, Wert of
Cocri Fqaare, a lot of New Prints,
Bleached and Brown Muslims, Sheeting,
Linseys, Flannels, Cott-jn Plaids, Jeans,
-Gents' Furnishing Goods, Fancy Wool
Hosiery, Ladies' Scarfs, Belts and a
YaristyT of other Fancy and Staple
Goods, all of which ia offered at the low
eat Cath Price. Oct 19-2t'
.A Sara Chanca for a Basiness'Hazx.
Tor sale, a Retail Cigar and Tobacco
; 8 tors, established for ten (10) years,
with an excellent ran of custom and lo--atsd
on the main thoroughfare of Nash--ills,
with cbeap rent, at very reasonable
lares, as its present proprietor wishes to
engage in the manufacturing business
For particulars, address
DERMA Apf el, Nashyille.
Why DaTa eyP
This is asked about the crowd whioh
our citiiens daily observe about the
"TompiiSt" door. No wonder the crowd
there gathers, for the fine Buok Lick
Whisky, and the urbane face of .the pro
prietor, P. W. Austin, is enough to en
tice a whole temperance society within
hie doors. You folks who like the good
old brands know where to find them, an d
.that ia the reason why you so often ask
John Uashaw to "set 'em up."
Tho Big Show at Middle ton,
la another column wa insert the ad
vertisement of the Great New York and
New Orleans Circus and Menagerie,
Hippodrome, &o., W. W. Cola, Propri
etor. The preas everywhere apeak in
highest praise of this Gigantic Show,
which exhibits at Middle ton on Friday,
October 27, for one day only.
They have the only Hippodrome, the
largest Menagerie.aod best deubla Circus
troupe ever in the South. Arrange
ments have been made with all the rail
roads to ran excursion trains to and
from the Big Show on day of exhibition,
at reduced rates.
Remember that they exhibit every
thing aa represented, and that they
travel on 35 railroad cara co more, no
Read their advertisement, and
don't fail to attend this, the greatest and
ait, first uid lt.it Show, in thia the
great Centennial year, at Middleton, on
Friday, October 27.
Old Men Made Young-.
Modern scientific research baa devel
oped the fact that the decrepitude cf old
age may ba wver-rc ached and over -come
bv auitabla and wholesome diet. 1 he
English rely upon rare-done, juioy beef
and South Down mutton the French
use the horse and the lobster, the Ger
man diet upon Limberger cheese and
asaerkraut but i U reserved for the
American to cap the climax in fastidious
dietetics. They feast upon those luscious
bivalves oysters, ana thus build up
nerve and brain pewer, and become pos
jessed of the elements f perpetual yigor
and youth. Be it known to tha people
of Bolivar that J. P. Smith A Co. have at
their saloon this very delicious food, oys-
lars, fresh and fine just from Norfolk, Va
Pitaer Bird song und Leonard Owen, who
preside aver the destiniea of this popular
aaloon invte ths public to call and sam
ple them. It ia a rare treat to eat fresh
oysters. It is the healthiest known diet
There are many of our citizens who
nsa oyster diet. Now, they have
ehanos to l made healthy and happy.
LOCAL SHORT STOPS.
Thomas will .only get the republican
McNrely will sell you Coat and Vest
for $7 50 worth $15 00. Oct 19 2t
Hon. Ab. Schultz is out for Gover
nor. Read his address.
Cull at Haraner's and see the beauti
ful Toilet Goods, Paper, etc. oet26
C. A. Miller, Oscar Polk and W. S.
Armistead are Centennializing.
Memphis merchants are moving to
get & reduction on cotton freight rates.
Tim Parran'a improved artillery
wiil be used in the Saturday night can
nonade. Frank Pledge retires from the field.
He sees that Independency is Radical
ism in disguise.
The latest arrival of Boots and
Shoes will be found at McNeely's Cash
Store. Oct 19-2t
Jones, the Independent candidate
for Senator, addressed empty benches at
If you waat something nice go to J.
P. Sn.iih & Co.' a and get a plate of their
large fresh oysters.
If you wish the choicest article ef
flour at the most reasonable rates call
on Ingram & McClarty.
John Bynum and his amituer musi
cal associates will execute latest cam
paign airs next Saturday.
General Alex. Campbell, of Jackson,
and Hon. James White, of Chattanooga,
speak here next Saturday.
Let each Democrat in Hardeman
make up his mind to vote the Democratic
ticket without scratching a name.
We regret to hear that Rev. D. C.
Welle, of Grand Junction, is quits ill
with a severe attack of bronchitis.
Colonel Casey Young (Democrat)
and Colonel Randolph (Republican) have
a joint-discussion at Bolivar next Satur
day. Stationery I stationery I! station
ery 1 1 1 We have just received the larg
eet and best assortment stationery ever
received in Bolivar at Hamner's. oct26
Dorsey Thomas lost votes by coming
to this county. The people see that in
supporting him they endorse the choice
of the Republicans.
Rev. W. S. Cochrane, of Western
District Presbytery, will preach (D. V.)
next Sabbath, morning and night, in the
Just received a beautiful assortment
air and Tooth Brushes, handkerchief
extracts, German Colognes, nice Toilet
Soap, etc., at Hamner's:
Just received a beautiful assortment
Eair and Tooth Brushes, Choice Per
fumery, German Colognes, Toilet Soap,
Combs, etc., at Hamner's. oct26
Dr. N. II. Prewitr, in another col
umn, announces himself a candidate for
Floater. He is a worthy gentleman, but
is found in bad political company.
The TiJden Club will have an im
posing torch-light procession next Satur
day niht Jake Kahn and other sterling
young Democrats have it in hand.
Stationery! stationery 11 station
ery ! 1 1 Just rooeived at Hamner's, the
argest and best assorted stock stationery
ever received in Bolivar at Hamner's.
Remember that next Saturday, the
28th, Casey Young, Randolph, General
Campbell and tha eloquent James White,
of Chattanooga, address the people of
Hardeman at. Bolivar. Come all, come
The cash sales of the Toons' Sta
tion merchants this season are the best
they have had since the war. One re
ports that he has averaged for the past
tew weeks twelve hundred dollars cash
taken in each week. Cotton receipts
heavier than usual.
The well-known and popular Leon
ard Owen is now with J. P. Smith & Co.
He and Birdsong dispense choice "Til-
den Success" whiskey drinks and other
celebrated brands. Besides fresh Vir
ginia oysters are on hand for sale by the
plate or to families in any quantity. Give
them a call.
Resolution of Respect.
At a meeting of Whireville Lodge, No.
1 43, F. and A. M , October 5, 1S76, the
following preamble and resolutions were
Whereas, It hath pleased an All-wise
Creator in His providence to remove
from our midst, and oar fraternal order,
on tha 22d day of September, by tha
hand of death, our friend and brother,
Josiah Thrrnton ; and
Whereas, We did recognize in him all
of the virtues and Christian graoes that
ever characterises a true Christian, and
worthy citizen, and in his death feel that
aociety, and the brotherhood to which he
belonged, has sustainad a sad loss in be
ing deprived of the pious examples that
his life shadowed forth.
Resolved, That we, as his brethren of
the order, dsepiy deplore his loss, but
bow in humble resignation to the will of
the Ueaveuly 'ather, who knoweth and
doeth all - things for tha best, and who
hatb, we sincerely believe, taken our be
loved friend and brother to that delight
ful clime, where the weary are forever
Resolved, That we greatly sympathize
with his family and relatives in their sad
bereavement, and would extend to them
our heartfelt condolence in the loss they
Resolved, That the members wear the
usual badge of mourning for thirty days,
that these resolutions be spread upon the
minute of the Lodge, and the Secretary
furnish a copy to the family of our de
ceased brother and to the Bolivar Bcl
i.ETiif for publication.
J. A. Moors,
T. O. Wilkkrso.v,
J. G. John
J. G. Johnson, Secretary.
Palatablb Medicines. Aver' a Cherry
Pectorml is a honeyed drop of relief;
his Cathartic Pills glide sugar-shod over
the pa'ate ; and his S--trp&rilU ia a nec
tar that impart vigor to life, restores
the health and expels disease Water
ford (Pa.) Advertiser.
You are asked every day through the
columni of newspapers ani by your
Druggist to use something for DyspepsU
and liver complaint that you know noth
ing about, you get discouraged spending
money with but little success. Vow to
give you satisfactory proof that Green 's
August Flowkr will cure you of Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint with til its
effects, such as sour stomach, Sick Head
ache, Habitual Costiveness, Palpitation
of the Heart, Heart-burn, Water brash,
coming up of food after eating, low spir
its fcc, we ask you to go to your Drug
gist. R. M. Ilamner, Bolivar, or A. J.
Borroum, at Middleton, and get a sample
Bottle of Green's August Flower for
10 cents and ry it, or a Regular size for
75 cents, two dotes will relieve you.
Questions for Every One to Answer-
Are you troubled with Indigestion,
Constipation of the Bowels, Dyspepsia,
or any disease of the Lirer? Have you
suffered for years and found n relief
from the ute of medicine ? Do you
have a faint appetite, and are you trou
bled with feelings of languor? II you
have these feelings we know you have
not tried the new discovery, MEKREL'S
HEPATINE, at HamaerA King's drug
store. It is pronounced by all as the
best Liver Medicine in the world. Two
doses will relieve the wcust case of Dys
pepsia or Constipation of the Bjw
els. E.ich bottle contains fifty do?es,
and a teanpoonful of this medicine in at
wineglaasful of water three timis a day
or one day, pnduses a moot wonderful
change. Where the system is run down
with Joss of energy and appetite, or Djs
pepia, with all its train of evil, is effect
ing ioj deadly work, this remedy, MEK
REL'S HEPATINE, never fails to bring
about a speedy and permanent cure.
Those who doubt the merit and virtues
of this medicine, and live from day to
day without trying the HEPATINE,
hare our sympathy, but ean not be cured
unless they take the medicine.
ON RESIDENT NOTICE.
In the County Court of Hardeman Coun
ty, Tennessee, John W. Toone and
wife, et. als., vs. James Farrell and
wife et. als. heirs, Thomas Moore, Sr.,
deceased. Petition to sell land. No.
1,035 K. D. .
In this canse. it appearing fr-'tn the
petition, which is sworn t, tint James
Farrell and wife, Eleaora Farr11: W. M.
Park and wife, Elizabeth Faru; W. n.
Lnckey and wife.Susan R. Lnckey; Jehu
Norman and wife, Willie Ann Norman;
and W. T. Moore, are non-resiaenta t
the Stat of Tennessee, aud are resi .ents
' f the Stat of Texas. J. T. Bailey and
wife (Elizabeth Bailey) are non residents
of the State of Tennessee and resid- at?
of the State cf Mississippi. It is order-tl
that publication be made for four succes
sive weeks in the Bolivar Bulletin for
said non resident defendants to appear
and plead, answer or demur te the peti
tion, by or within the first three days of
the County Conrt to be held fr said
County, at the Court House, in Bolivar,
Tennessee, on the first Monday in Decem
ber, 187S, or the same will be taken for
confessed as to them, and set for hearing
V. U. DVllLVZi, Clerk.
This 26th October, 1876.
Jesse Norment. S il'f tor for petitioners.
ON RESIDENT NOTICE.
In the County Court of Hardeman Coun
ty, Tennessee; Win. G. Moore, et. als
vs. Hattie E. Lake et als., legatees of
W. A. Moore, deceased. Petition to
sell laud. ,No. 1,034, R, D:
In this cause it appearing from the
petition, which is sworn to, that the
defendants. Adclia Howard, Sophia
Slaughter, Andrew Howard, Jessie How
ard, A. S. Howard, children of Susan
A. Howard, deceased, are non residents
of the State of Tennessee, and res'dsats
of the State of Texas
It U ordered that publication ba made
for tour sucsessiye weeks in the Boli
var Bulletin for said non resident de
fendants to enter their appearance here
in by or witbin tne nrst tares aays oi
he C unty Court, to be held for said
County, at th Court House, in Bolivar.
Zvinn., on the first Monday in December,
1879, and plead, answer or demur te the
petition in this cause, or the same will
be taken for confessed as to them, and
set for hearing exparte.
W. C. DORION, Clerk.
October 26, 1876.
Wood & McNeal, solicitors for peti
King of Medicines
Indigestion creates a violent revolt
among all the organs of the stomach,
And a thousand other complaints. To
brine them back-to their duty, there is
nothing like the REGUIVI ING, PURI
FYING INVIGORATING efiects of
Anti Dyspeptic Drops
Sold fcy all Druggists. Price seventy,
Hutfietmr, No. S26 M.ia R:n-t.
FAINTING! PAINTING 1
I am now prepare! to do all kinds o'
Paper Hanging, and
on short notice. Satisfact ion guarantee
as to price and quality of work.
AX DREW ERICHSO.V.
Bolivar, . . . Tennessee
E M. APPERSON. G. V. RAMBAUT
E. M. APPERSON & GO.
AlfD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
238 AND 238t FRONT AND 6 JEFFERSON STREETS,
MEMPHIS, - - - - - TENN
Kerp Always on Hand a Well Selected Stock of Plantation Svppliet
COTTON A SPECIALITY.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
Ei, Ag?nta for the " Champion Cotton Tie." "US!
Napoleon Hill, N. Fontaine, Jerome ilill,
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.,
Nop. SCO and SG2 Front Street,
MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE.
april 20 ly
J, E. RANDLE,
Formerly of Handle
RANDLE HEATH & LIVERMORE
(Successors to J. "W. Heath & Co.)
CHICKASAW IRON WORKS.
JTO S SECOJTD STREET, JTlEJtil'&tlS TEJTJTESSEE.
MANUFACTURERS OF COTTON PRESSES, HORSE POWERS, GIN GEAR'
1NG, IRON Buildings and Fronts, Air and Cellar Grating, all kinds Iron ana
Cook & Heath's Improved Jail Cells I?cors and
RAILRAOD AND STEAMBOAT WORK A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Machinery Furnished and Repaired. Orders solicited aud promptly
ex' -nted. Cosh paid for old Iron, Brass and Copper.
WALL PAPER AND PAINTERS'
DEALER IS TREXCH ASD iMtR'CiX
paints, oils, white Lead,
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES AND AR
No. US MA lit STRKET.
Between Union and Gayoso,
XVXemphis, - - - .Cenn
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL FAINTIQ
PKOMPTLT ATTENDED TO.
f 1 603 X. 4tk St., fct. I.odU. 3
West. 601 Sc
1 603 X. 4tk St., HU I.odU. Mo., will, oa
rmlem 9T helr-Buaaareir i. IIltutrat.4
.'IremUr, ud Price I.ir .ritU s fall !
fumple, eaabliasr ' to order Cloth
ing direct from tl:ci oune, which will
be ind e la the bost c. Shipped br as.
arm. C O. D., wit ii prtTliefe of x
aiaialna: aad rrto- at their expease,
If aot aUsfkctiir
Bfjpiicauua, & iree ir Kurin
QUI DTCI R"l ef sb ---aeasarrmott seat fr
Onirl I OiOrdcra auiidtod. lit guaranteed.
Bfi VO and Yoatfca' Clothing a apeelaltr. Head
U I O for Illaatratcd Strie and Price.
For tht latest ten from Tsnnewie nd !. parti of tb
THE AM ERICAS!
PUBLISHED AT KASHY1LLE. TKJiN..
The Largest, Cheapest and most Widel
Circulated paper in the State with
full volume of Western Associ
ated Press Dispatches in
ITS PREDECESSORS TE BACK TO
Daily one year ......$10 60
Semi-Weekly one year 4 20
VV eekly one year 2 00
Or for fharter time in proportioas
Post Paid to any Address
Receipt or Price.
Specim.a eepiei ieat Free oa application .
Addreae THE AMERICAS.
' NllR TILLS. TkXS
TtTRt Woriiks CiAtn. We eaa furnish yen em
plorn.at at which joa cao mak. verr large paj. in ro ur
ova localities. iWtent being away from bom. over
aicfat. Ac.at. wanted ia ev.rr towa aodeoaatr t. tak.
ubaeriber for the Centennial Record, th. largeit pub
lication in the United btatea IS pages. .4 eola.-nae fcle
gaatly Illustrated. Terms only SI per year. The Record
is devoted to wnatever ieof interest connected with th.
Centennial year The Greet ihibition at Philadelphia
is fnliy illustrated in detail. Krerybody wants it. The
whole people feel great interest in their Cen itrr' Cen
tenrial tiirthday, and want to know all a boot it. An
elegant patrcocic crayon drawinr picto is pre 1 1. Led
free to each subscriber. It is entitled. - Ia remembrance
of the I'M Hundredth Anniversary of the Indepen
dence of the United States." Bixe, 23 by 20 iachee. Any
eeneaa bee. me a successful agent, tor but shew the
paper and hnedreds of subscribers are easily obtained
everywhere. Thete is no business that wiil pay like this
atpreseat We have suit agenU who are making as
h if h as $20 per day and ap'warda Mw is the time don t
delay Remember u costs nothing to give the business a
trial, freed for our eirenlars, terms and sample eopr ef
rper. which are sent free to all wha apply do it to-day.
omplstt outfit free to these who decide to enrage.
Farmers aid niece hemes, and their sons aad daughters
mats the very best kind of stents. Address
jnly 20 T6 -ly
The T7celilv Sun
Till after tie Presidential Election,
? ost Paid, to any Address
No Campaign Docnne&t Like It
THE SCX, Xev rrk OVy.
J. W. HEATH, I A. S. L1VERMORE,
Formerly of Randle fe Heath, I Formerly Gen't Supt, M. A
and J. W, Heath, & Co. T. R. R. also M. A L, R. W
W. If. REYNOLDS
AND dealer in
of every description.
TERM S, CASH.
UAS FOB ?ALE
; Two Hore Wagons cheap, Best Plows,
I Best Straw Cutter, Best Cultivating Har
i rows, Beet Subsoileis, Deep Tillers, that
j everycody needs.
TVIndlilp's Cotton Gins,
that are good, Brook's Cotton Press, all
iron, and lasts always. Has also good
sawed lumber of all kinds. Planed Floor
ing, Ceiing etc., all made at home; and
Sheriff's Sale !
W.G.Moore &, Co. yb Daniel Moors (col)
By virtue of a venditoni exponas to me
directed from the Circuit Courtot Harde
man County, Tenn, at the July teira
thereof, 1876. 1 will sell to the highest
bidder for cash at the Court House door
in the town of Bolivar,
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1876.
The fallowing described real estate
to-wit: containing 227 acres, situate
lying and being in civil district, No. 9
and 10, in the county of Hardeman, State
of Tenneseee, and bounded as follows,
towit: Beginning at a stake with two
black oak pointers on the n . e. corner of
entry No. 904 for 154 in the name of
Elizabeth Randolph en Doke Callahan's
west boundary, and runs northwest the
same 57 poles, to a stake with a white
oak post oak and black jack pointers,
on tha s e corntr of Hal Clark's land;
thence with the south boundary of same
186 poles to a Chestnut; thence south
60 west 15 poles to a stake in a branch;
thence down the meandsr of same a 79
west 22 poles; thence s 20 w 44 pcle;
thence leaving said branch s 641 w 70
poles to a stake gum pointers on W. N.
Sparkman's e boundary line; thence with
same a 14 w 3 poles to a stake; thence s
36 e 10 poles to a stake in a ditch;
thence down fhe same 29i w 14 poles
te a stake; thence s 49 w 18 poles to a
stake with a hickory pointer; thence a
76 w 26 poles to a etaka on O. W.
Uensley's line, Sparkman'a a w corner;
thence a 78 polea to a stake; thence 113
poles to a stake in the s w corner of a
tract of land sold to Lewis, Reaves &
Parham; thence with w boundary of
same n 19' e 120 poles to a stake; thence
e 140 poles to a stake on a corner of
same; thence a 27 east 9 poles to a stake
in the road on Robert Dowdy's w boun
dary line; thence with the same n 18
35 pjies to a stake; thence n 12 e 23
poles to a stake, rel e&k and 2 pe?t oak
pointer; thence n 5 e 55 poles to a
stake black jickred oak and post oak
pointeia on the n boundary line of first
mentioned entry; thenc- ewith the same
34 poles to the beginning containing 227
acres, more or less, and the same by W.
W. Todd by title bond dated 4tb day of
May, 1872, to Ben Moore, Lewis Moore
and Daniel Moore, defendants, and which
he afterwards conveyed to them by abso
lute deed . Levied on as the property ef
W. W. FARLEY, Sheriff.
Printer's ftt, $16 X.
ONE DAY ONLY ONE DAY ONLY.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER S7lb,
Of the BIG; SHOW at ISddloton.
ZOOLOGICAL EQUESTR2AH ESSIBITIOH
s -.- s
LARGER THAN EVER 1 THE LARGEST OF ALL ZOOLOGICAL COLLECT
TIONS! GREAT HIPPODROME, MUSELM AND :
DOUBLE CIRCUS 1
comxa:ny rail amogexheii cs cacj.
f - " . i- - - ----- -
ITS LEADING FEATURES.
A school of Living Sea Lions cost $20,000; the largest one, Neptune, weifkists
900 pounds ; eats 40 pounds of fresh fish daily ; as large aa a horse. Tha saoasUr
Koodoo; the lint one ever seem weighs 3,200 pounds. The giant Ky'ihan only
one in America. The Largest Asiatic Lions ever captured at large as full growa
cows. Royal Bengal Tigers ; Australian Kangaroos, Manatees, Sea Cow, Saered Cat
tle, Gorillas, Baboons, Ostrich, Jagasrs, Leopards, cages of Singing Birds, Beasts freaa
all parts in fact, the most varied and cooaprehens vc collection of living animal svsr
seen South. . .
The Grand nippodrorae Racing on our own eighth mile tract, to be witnessed enly
in this Exhibition. Four horses harnessed abreast, driven hy ladies most thriliiag
performance ever witnessed. Great Double Circus Troupe ; Mammoth GjmBaili
Corps ; Monitor Dramatic troupe ; Large Pantomine Company .
FOUR GREAT CLOWNS.
S1XTEEJT 11 DIES I FOUHTEEJir CEJLBZlSJrt
3 SEPAUATE TEKTS 1 TICKET TO ALL.
THE GRAND PROCESSIOX ON THE STREETS DAILY AT 10 A. if.
Live Lions Loose in the Streets
MONSTER SERPENTS, dens opened and expoved o view, will pass ihro.gh lir
princicnl streets. First the Mafificent Chariot, "SUN," drawn by 10" beautifsillm
marked Horses; afterwards the Monster 'tableau Car, "NEPTUNE," the largest i
the world ; 30 feet long, 35 feet high. The Sea God seated on bia throne surrimnds
by Water Nymphe, who tov with real water as it spouts from fountains sarrouodiaA
them. Next roll lhe CAR OF THE CONQUEROR, drawn by 10 droi&edariss, aa
containing the Kinc of Beast' and other animals crouching at the feet of their Maste
Man, viewed through the secure bars that surround them. Next tba
30 Dens of Zoological Wonders !
Embellished with Biblical and Historical Taintings. Afterwards ZINCRA is sssa.
seated in his Plate Glass Den of Monster Serpents. Anacondas, Pythons, Boa Constric
tors. Following this Prosossion, distinct in itself
PARADE COMMEMORATIVE OF CENTEHBTAL YEAR CQ2X2I22IC2"-
The great Car, " LIBERTY," bearing the Goddess, and oar glorious banner, sur
rounded by living Enures of Army, Navy, Peace, Jurtice, and a mounted Body Guar!
on Gray bullions, of Ladies and Gents in Continental Costumes of 100 yeans ago.
1 In this Procession appears lhe Tableaux of "Wathingotn Crossing the Delaware. "
"Purnam Leavinn the Flow," "The Death ef Warren," concluding with " WashingUa'a
Triumphal March on his return to new York at the close of tba Revolutionary War."
l olldwin tha Resources of
will appear upon tba seen e. Ladies Driving (&ur horses abreast) Chariots ; Ladies
Driving two-horse Chariots; Male and female Jockeys, mounted on their favorite
steeds ; N-ero Grooms lending blooded Race Horses ; Boys ridin'z Ponies, Jks. TnS
GROTESQUE FIGURES ia different parts of the Procession wiil greatly enliven lha
scene, the whole ending with ths Large Musical Instrument
7ZX33 aS33AU OALLZOFS,
Interspersed in the Procession ia appropriate places the Elephant, Camels, Elk a,
Bufialos and Zebras wiil appear, the whole formintr Gorgeous S.gbt aevor equa!i. -never
will be excelled SODONTMISS1 SEE IT t and bear ia mind it will oi
over-rate the merits of the Show upon tba inside, for tt) Show has no oqwal oa tk
Continent, this, the season of 1875.
Lock for the largest crowd titr la lll&iltttz, ca ths iij tf
the dREAT SHOW, as all Railroads rca Exen.-slsa Trsias at Urt
ra.es en day of SHOW, to aceopaodate the PcbUe.