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Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Adtertxsmenti to appear on Thurt'
day mominq, vtvtt be handed in not later
tAan iuaaf evening.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One year, ? $1 50
Eight months, 1 OO
Four months, 50
Payment lu advance iu all cases.
ADVERTISING TEUMS.
One square, ten lines, $1 00
Each additional Insertion, 40
Cards, per year, ten lines, 8 00
Notices of Executors. Admiuistra- '
tors and Guardians 2 00
Attachment notices before J. .. 2 OO
Locul notices, per line, 10
Yearly advertismonts will b charged
$00 per column, and ut porportionute
rates for less tlma a column. X'ayable in
advance
Kellgious Services in McArthtir.
V, E. Chbbcii. -Preaching Si.lbeth it half
pt tea o'clock, A. M., and half-rest lix
'clock, P. M. Bsbbath School, 2 P. M.
Pbiibvtkrian Cncp.cn, Services at 11 o'cl'k
a. and t o'clock r. u . Bubbath School at 9
e'slock a. h., every Sabbath.
Cbbiitiaw Chuscii. Services at 11 o'clock a.
at, every Sabbath.
"The Vinton Record"
—FOR THE—
CAMPAIGN!
Wk will iurnish tho VINTON
RECORD for the coming cam
paign, (being four months,), until
after the fall election, for the small
mm of FIFTY CENTS!
We have been to considerable
expense recently in purchasing
new type and printing materials
for the Record; therefore, it is
now incumbent upon the Democ
racy throughout the entire county
to give us their united support.
Let every subscriber con&ier
himself a committeo of one, es
pecially appointed, to secure at
least ONE new subscriber to the
paper, and our 'success will be
placed beyond a peradventure.
It is a duty you owe tho cause of
'Constitutional Liberty, that you
ahould pereovere in disseminating
'.the true doctrines upon which our
'Government was founded, and
which must preserve us a united,
happy and prosperous people.
Then, let your watchword be
Circulate the Record!
E. & A. W. BRATTON.
Publishers.
Fok Legal Advertisements see
. fourth page.
Thanks To Hon. IT. S. Bundy,
"M. C, for public documents received.
Lost. About ten days ago a
Medium sized brass key. for a door, any
person returning the above key to this Of
."fics wil receive a suitable reward.
Lok out for Lake's Hippo-Olympiad
and Mammoth Circus, tomorrow.
Attention is called to the Veto
3Ieteage of President Johnson, on the first
, pact of this issue.
The weather continues very cool
cool a otnh for October, Overcoat are al
most a necessity, and Area ara absolutely Indis-
"j snsible of morniegs and evening.
Roback's Stomach Bitters. This
very excellent medicine has beoome widely
"inown as one of tbe beer reroedios for Dyspep
sia and other stomach dibeaees that has ever
beon offered to the publio. Austin, Ind., Ai-
Look out for Lake's big show to
morrow. Wonder of the World ob Um-
vibsai. Savior. Dr. F. S. Phillips a young
rnsn from Oallipolis, was in our town daring
7!ter Pr' f I"' week, and, with the
aid of his wonderful medicine, produced rnanv
aatoriahtDj sure. The medicine can be found
. 8.tr,?ns'. DrnX 8tri in this place.
The Old Reliable! Do not be
aecelvedby purchasing any of the quack nos
trams ULder the various names of Bitters.
Furohase none other but Dr. Bobacs's 8tojiach
.Aittibs, which are compoundid of the purest
drnga, and in which the afflicted oan rely.
LeoL outforthe grand procession
one mile la length, to-morrow.
New Daily in Parxersbtjrg.
tte conservatives .use In Weat Virginia has
received recent eccesrio.e in he way of new
'V vTb? P"ktl'bw' ts, hitherto a
radical aheet, has changed handa, and i. now
tha ad vocata of the Democracy. A new daily
Taper has also been established in connection
with ths weekly. II i. edited andpE.d
Z.L Ut' J- wl". formerly Philadel
ptian, we behave. Thereto now two Demo
craue papers ia Ptrktnbnrg, sod on radical.
Fire. On Wednesday last, about
half-pat one, r.M.,our cilixoua were aurlled
by the cry oi "lire," coming from the quarter of
town near the a.'. Church. AU hastened
at once to the scene of the flavouring element,
when it waa found to be located and havl-g
oriiinced in Viykofffe Kaler's Cabinet Bhop.
Tbe building, together with q-itoa U ( of Itimi
ture and tools, and the eld frame School-house
adjoining, were totally destroyed. Les about
tl.HO or $8,000.
Loos out for the grand procession
one mile la length, tomorrow ,
A fight occurred on the ferry
boat, "j. R. McMillan," plying between Marl
tta and VTilllamstown, oetweeu four mea
nhmed Arihisad Kinkaird, Kobest Ricbt,
Jobk R. Uut, and Kcssill Ksid, in which
KiNNAiRO waa killed and Kicut was seriously
etthbod. Russell Kxid, the one who stsbbe I
Kimnaird, and which resulted in hia death, wa
arrested by tho Sheriff of Athena county, and
lodged in the jail at Marietta, where he is wait
ing lequisition from the Governor ol Weat
Va.
Do you want to know where to
got everything in the Drug line, at the vorv
lowest price! Go to the Drug Store o' O. W
Slison, and you will find everything that you
teed , He takes great care to procure pure Medicines-that
can be relied on and the best
Wines, Brandies, to , sihiotlt for Medical
purposes,
The attention ot Physicians, particularly, la
called a large assortment of Nichol's prepar
ations, known to be the most reliable MedioWa
manufactured in this county, which will be
sold to Physicians at IS per cent, on tbe manu
facturers price
May ,24 3 m.
Hat Presentation. On Saturday
last, tevora I gentlemen from Zsleski and PraK
villo, presented mine host of (be Hulbert House,
in this place, with a now Beaver, as a token of
their regard for the inimicablo manner in which
hs colors to the wants of his guiwta. The re
port that this hotel had changed hands, is now
explained, as the new cspU-ry covering ao com
pletely meta moiphosod lu worthy proprietor
that liis most intimato frlonds, it is said, did
not recognize hi m I May long and proa parous
Uvea be accorded lieo generous donors ; and oa
they Lave thus exompliflcd their enterprise by
doing away, at least in one Instance, with an
6io us , may thoir aversion to the abticli
ever continue I
Look out for Lake's Hippo-olym-
pisd and Mammoth Circus, to morrow.
Something New. We have
hastily examined a new and beautiful work,
entitled "The Pictorial Book of Anecdotes and
Incidents of the Robollion," andean ray thut
it is tho most interesting book that has been
writion since the warcommonced. It is print
ed with now typj.on extra papor, and contain
ovor seven hunartd (TOO) lnrge double column
pages, i nd is illustrated with three hundred
engraving, among them one hundred Portraits
of leading mon and womon, both North and
South.
A glaace at the contents of this work will
convinue ynu that it is the mtt brilliant and
rusduble liook which tho war has called f r h
and the one especially which every soldior, sea
man, citizen ami family will desire to posses.
Extra Enrlish Cloth, Green and O.dd, ( I'urlor
Edition) $4.50 per copy. Fine Leather, Sprin
kled Edgo, (Library Editiou) 15.00 per i-opy.
CiurtiES KnoDfcrf is Agent for Ibis (Elk) tp.
for tho above work and will call on our cllizous
for snbcriplioa in a ahor time.
Look out for Lake's big show to
morrow. Power's Perpetual Broom. Mr.
J. M. Kkrk, tlio agent for tills invaliialdn
patent. In this county, called upon us ono
day this week, and exhibited to us one of
the above brooms. It Is justly celebrated
for the following reasons:
1. Liyhtneu. -It benjr not perceptibly
heavier than a common tied broom.
2. Beauty. The head of polished brass
makes tho broom so attractive, that the la
dles universally say, "What an elegant
broom."
3. Durability. Ilundreds have tried the
strength of this broom, and after weeks of
such trial as no other broom in Ohio would
stand, it is yet as good as new.
4. Ei-ono my. -After the first outlay, ten
cents will furnish you a new broom, and If
you can raise the broom-corn, even this ex
pense is obviated.
Mr. Kerb designs selling Township
Rights, and, when not absent, on business
ran be found at the Jackson House in 11am
den. mylOt3
We have in our possession an au
tograph letter of Lord Union, written in 1819
to the Editor ofOalisnani'a Uc.vcngcr, indeniul
of ibe authorship of o work eutitled"Tho Vain
piro," which we give below. Tho letter gives
unmistakable evidence of having beon written
by this renowned poet. 'The paper on wLich it
is writen, its style, and superscription, together
with the fact that such a work as that ot which
ho upeaks, and claiming him as its author, waa
undoubtedly published in Europe tbout that
tine:-
6ib : In various numbers of your journal !
have seen mentioned a work entitled "The
Vampire," with the addition of my name as that
of tbe author. 1 am not the author, and never
heard of the work in questioa tin i 1 now. In a
more recent pspcr I perceive a fori. al annunci
ation of "The Vampire," with f ne addition o( an
account of my ''residence in the Inland of Mity -lene,"
an Isfand which I have occasionally sail
ed by in the coime of traveling some years ago
through the Levant, and where I should have
no objection toresido, but where I have never
yet resided. .Neither of theso perform
ances are mine, and I presume that it is neither
unjust nor ungracious to mat you will
f.vor me by contradicting the advertisement to
which 1 alluue. If the book is clever i( would
be base tc deprive tbe roal writer whoever ho
may be of his honors ; and if stupid, I desire
the responsibility of nobody's dullness but my
own. You will excuse tne trouble I g We you.
The Imputation is of no great importance, and
as lens as it waa confined to surmises and re
ports, I should have received it as I have re
ceived many others, in silence. But the form
ality of a publio advertisement of a book 1
never wrote, and a residence where I never ro
aided, is a little too ranch, partioniarly as I
have no notion of the contents of the ono, nor
the incidents oi tho other. I have, betides, a
personal dblike t iVamp'.res," and the Hull
acquaintance I have with them would by no
means Induct, me to divulge their secre's. Yon
did mo a much lessinjuiy by your paragraphs
aboufmy devotion," and 'abandonment ot so
ciety for the sake of r elision." which armoured
in your Messenger dining last Lent ; all of
wuku ar uui lounuoa on ract, rmi you see l do
not contradict tbem, because thoy are merely
personal, whecaatheother in somedegree con
corns the reader. You will oblige ne by com
plying with my request of contradiction. 1
assure yon that I know nothing of the work or
worka in question ; and have the honor to be
( aa the correspondents to Magazines say ) "your
constant reader," and very
Obd't hdmble servant,
BVKOS.
Tohe Editor of Galigani's Messenger.
Venice, April 7ib, 1819.
t3 By direction of Governor Cox the
township Assessors ire not required to en
roll the militia as heretofore inconsequence
of the repeal of tbe foor dollar Commuta
tion law.". "
[Communicated.]
West Virginia.
Few persons, who hive not visited the
little State of West Virginia, and have
not noted her vast mine ml resources, oan
hare any conception of her ultimate im
portance as a sister State in the Union.
From Parketsburg, her principal commer
cial mart, ou the west, going east, we find
vast bed's of the richest iron ore, stone coal,
(principally bituminous.) limestone, in
ledges of 100 feet in depth, copper and sil
ver ores, and las, though by no mean
least of all, vast basin of petroleum oil,
sad heavily (I might ssy huoelt.) timber
ed lands, we find all the concentrated ele
ments of success, which want but the de
veloping hands of capitalists and enterpris
ing men to make her one of the wealthiest
States in the Union.
In speaking of recent discoveries in that
State, the Parkersburg Gazette says:
"A comptny boring fur o;l on tho farm
of VVm. Cunningham, situated iu Jackson
county, West Virginia, in going down went
through a vein of metal about eighteen
inches thick The company took no par
ticular notice nf lite borings, but they con
tinued drilling until they became satisfid
their efforts in search of oil were fruitless
hen they abandoned the well. In recur
ring to the strata through 'vhich the drill
had passed the owners thought of the metal
vein, and immediately concluded to have it
analyzed A quantity of th? metal boring
was sent to New York, where it has been
assayed and proi.ounced to yield 03 per ct.
of pure silver. Underneath this vein,
which is three hun Ired and forty feet from
the surface, is a vein of silver quartz four
feet thick. The gentleman from whom we
team the foregoing facts, gives the follow
ing account of the strata in the well First
forty feet hard flint rock, next two hundred
feet soft soap stone, then layer of blue
rock, next soap stone, then the silver vein
eighteen inches thick, next four feet of
quartz, and then a bed of black sand, aimi
lar to the sand found iu the gold mines of
California.
This valuable discovery has been made
on a small farm loraled above Lelart Falls,
six miles above Ripley's Landing, West
Virginia. The owners have been offered
since lh discover) , two hundred thousand
dollars for the farm, but they have refused
to sell at any price, as they desire develop
ing it themselves.
They are alieady at work reaming out the
well preparatory to finking a shaft, the ma
chinery for which was brought up from
Cincinnati on the sicamer Leouidas on her
lust trip.
Having resided for upwards of four years
in this State, and having traversed its en
tire area, I feel myself rupable of speaking
with a certain knowledge of the advantages
to be gained by the Investment of capital in
the development of her resources. In (he
Edttsrn and Southern poilionsof the State
where the mineral deposits are the richest,
lands can be purchased at from 13 to (20
per acre, according to improvements made
thereon. In. regard to salubrity of climate
I verily believe, that there is no country on
the face of the globe (hat is more healthy.
There the services of a physician are seldom
called into requisition for with a puie
mountain atmosphere, and the be.-t of water,
a man must outrage nature to an alarming
extent, ere she will need an assistant.
The counties that offer the greatest in
ducements to capitalists are Wood, Ritchie,
Tyler, Harrison, Lewis, Upshur, Randolph,
Taylor, Marion, Preston, Tucker, Green:
brier, Pocahontas, Gilmer, Calhoun, Web
ster, Fayette, Kanawha and Mason, in all
of which the mineral deposltaara extensive,
linds well timbered, well watered and
cheap.
As 1 have lengthened out this communi
cation to a greater extent than I intended,
when I first sat dowu to write, I shall bring
my remarks to a close, promising, however
A.
Volunteer Relief Fund—Counties
not Reported.
Of the eighty-eight counties in this State
the Auditors of seventy-four only hare, up
to this date, reported to the Governor the
condition cf the Volunteer Relief Fund in
their respective couniies, as required. The
following are the fourteen counties, from
which reports have not bee.i received.;
Clermon', Crawford, Deri nice, Geauga, Har
din, Hocking. Lawrence, Licking, Al organ,
Paulding, Pike, Putnam, Sandusky and
Statesman.
[For the Ohio Statesman.]
Secretary of State—Hon. John H.
Putnam.
Messrs. Editors. Among the gentle,
men spoken of as a suitable candidate on
the Democratic Slate Ticket for Secretary
of State, is Hon. obu Ht ruhiain. He is a
member gf the. present Ohio Legislature,
and w3 a member of the preceding Legis
lature, ai.d is the efficient editor of the
Chillicothe Advertiser. He is a gentleman
of character and ability, and would make a
most excellent candidate-
A DEMOCRAT.
COLUMBUS, O., May 18. 1866.
We endorse the above nomination most
heartily. ...
Reason for Making a Noise.
Nobody will suspect us of fibbinq when
we say that the following is cut from an
exchange. The incident narrated did not
of course occur in our sober city.
The other night at one of the hotels in
this city a convivislly disposed gentleman,
retiring late, wal&ea independently and
somewhat noisily up tha stairs and along
the corridor to his room, "Why, what a
noise you make," said his wife, who heard
with some anxiety the heavy tread of bis
boon, how heavily you walk." "Well,
my dear," was the gruff response, "if you
can get a barrel of whisky up stairs with
any less noise, I should like to see you do
it." Statesman.
The above it trne, for the man lived in our
town.
JOB J BINT1NG executed witb reatntas
and dispatch at the Biooid offlos. Brat-
ton's Bailding, one door east of Couri lioase,
BLANKS of every detcrlptiOB. for wle
Special Notices.
ATTENTION!
100 DOLLARS BOUNTY.
I wish to say to all Veterans
that lean now get you each a
One Hundred-Dollar Bond for
your credits as Veterans to your
respective Townships. Attend
to this at once.
E. A. BRATTOX,
McArthur, 0.
April 26, 1SG6.
Boutics to Soldiers of 18G1 aud
... 18G2,
Passed March 2, 1866, bv unanimous con
suit of the House of Representatives in
uongress.
Removed, That the Committee on Mili
tary Affairs be instructed to inquire into the
propriety of providing by law that soldiers
who enlisted in 1861 end 1862, and served
more (nan one year, and were discharged in
consequenre of disease contracted hi the
service, shall receive the Government boun
ty to which they would have been entitled
had they served two years.
All soldiers so discharged should immedi
ately send their discharges for collection
of said bountj to me, end I will get their
money for them aa soon as the same can be
obtained by any other person.
E. A.BR11T0N.
Military Claim Agent, McAnhur, Ohio.
tTThe Mason b il.mliu Cabinet Uvtaiis,
forty dirTorent stylos, adapted to sacred and
sesular munio, for f SO to fduO each. Fifty one
Gold and Silver Medals, or othor first premiums
awarded them. I'lnstrated catalogues freo. Ad
dress, MASON & HAMLIN, Borton or MA SUM
BUuTiltKS.Kow York. sepU ly
Errors of Youth.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, I'rcniMuro Decay, and all
tbe effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
aake of surTuring lmmanity, rend free to all who
need it, tbe receipt and directions for making
ths simple remedy by which he wss cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit b) the advertiser's
experience, can d o so bv address n?
JOHN B. OGDEN,
jell-lv. No, 18 Chambers St., N. Y.
Sit tinge but True.
Every young lady and gentleman in the
Cnit'd States can hear something vert much
tt their advantage by return mail, free of
ejarge, ny auur'ssing lie unacrtiirnei!. more
having any fears of being humbug od will
oblige by not noticing tliia card. All.othors
will please address their obediont sorvant,
TI10S. K. CHAt'MAV,
Jell-ly. 831 Broadway, N. Y.
WHISK ICRS. WHISKERS
' Do yon want Whiskers or Moustaches? Our
Ortolan' Com pound will force them to grow on
he smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald heads
in Six Weeks. Ii ice 1 1 ,00. Sunt by mail any
where, closelv sealed, on roceln of price.
Address W AKFKIi & CO., Box 139, Brooklyn
wow nor. looio-iy
E CONFESSIONS AND EXPiltl
l nblislied aa a benefit and an a caution to
tocho men and others, whosnlfor from nervous
4bilityv, premature doray of Manhood, iso.,
supplying at tno same una I hh mians of iilf
ot ii. By one who has cured himself after no-
durgoing considerable quackery. By oncloidnir
. ... .i.i...u..i .!.,'.! '
m puoK-iug .uui.u oii.uivfv, villain VUMCS
froo nf oh rue, may be bad ot tho author.
. NATHANIEL WAYFAlR, Iq., Brooklyn,
Kings co., New York. fubl-ly
Manhood; how Lost, how Restored
" Vr- vniverwell's (JolubruteJ Es
say on tho rndical cure (without
modicine of f Rermutorrliora. or
seminal Weakness, Involuntary Somincl Louses
impotemey, Menial "and Jf Jiysical Incapacity,
.'mpodimouts to marriago, oto.j al.o,CoiiBunip
tion, Epilepsy, and Fits, induced by self-indul
genes or'scctutil extravagance.
13 Price in a sealed en velopc , only c nts
'Hie celobrated muhoi in this admirable essay
olearly d( monntrates, from a thiity years tuo
cessful practice, that the altrming corseq'joncos
cf self lbuso may be radically cured without
the dantrcrotis hae of Internal medicine or the
application of tho knife pMntlng rmtamode
of cure utonce simple, certain, and effectual, by
means nf which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply
privatoly and radically.
LtT This lect ire ilmuid be In the hands of
every yonth and every mn in tho land.
Sent, under seal, In a plain onvelope, to any
address, post ptid, on recnpt of six conts, or
two post stumps. Address the publinhers,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE a CO., 12T Bowery, N.
Y., Post OrHco box 488.
HOWARD nniATION'
rouiauLijrma rA.
DISEASKS Of THE URINARY AND
SEX.IML SYSTEMS new and rcli
ble treatment. Also the ER'.DaL CHAM
BE?., an Essay of Warning and Instruction
Sent by mai ,, scaled envelopes, free of
charge Address. Dr. J, S K I L L I N
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No.
3 South Ninth Mreel, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13th 1865 lyr.
A CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clergyman while rosiding in South Amer
ce aa a missionary, discovered a safe and sim
ple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness,
Karlv DncAV. Diseases nftha TTri
Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disord
J I V . 1 " I 1 . . ...
uuib viouguirii uy uaumui ana vicions nanus.
Crest ncmbeia have been already enred by this
noble remedy. Promyted by a desire to ben
flt (he afflicted and unfortunate, I will sens
the roolpa fjr preparing and using this midi
e'ne, in a sealed envelope,to any one wbo needs
it, Pan or Chaboi.
Pleaao incloae a DosV-mid aavalnnn.
ed to yourself. .
Address
JOSEm T. INMAN,
Station D. Bibli Horsa,
Mrs. Hth 1865 lyr. New York
To Consumptives.
The adverlisr, having been restored to health
In a few weeks by a very sirnplo remedy, after
having suffered for several years with a aevera
lung affection, and that dread disease, Con
sumptionis anxious to make known to his
fellow-sarTerors the mesne of cure.
To all who dctire it, he will send a eopy of
in prosenpuon nsea, iree-or cnarge, witb tne
directions fr preparing and naing the fame,
which Ibey will rind a sure cure for Consump
tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and
all Throa and Luna Affections. The on It ob
ject of the advertiser in sending the Prescrip
tion ra id oenent ma amiotea and spread inror
asation wbioh ha ooneeivea to be invaluable,
and ha hopes every sufferer will try hie remedy,
aa it will ooat then nothing and may prove a
blessing.
Parties wishing the Prescription, mi. by
retarn maiK will please address,
Be. EDWABD A. WILSON
Willianubnrgh, Kings Co., N.Y.
Jsnusryll, USt-Iy.
Mm
Hardware Store.
JOS. DODDRIDGE & SON,
dsaiim ur all twos or
HARDWARE
AND
CUTLERY,
On door eait of 0. W. St'ison'i Drug Stor?,
McArthur, Ohio,
WILL KEEP ON HAND, AT
all times,
Iron and Kails cf all Kinds,
Axes and Hatchets,
Chisels, Saws,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Saddlery Mounting and
Oer thing, Door Knobs,
Butts, Scrcios and
Door Fastenings,
Strap Hinges, Cabinet
and Cooper Tools,
Hopes, Oil Carpet,
and all Jcinds of
Farming Implements.
DR. J. D0DDR1 HOE A SON.
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W
E call the attention of tne citiiens c
Vinton county, to the
NEW FIRM
OF
Wyckoff& Kaler's
NEW CABINET SHOP,
AT TUG OLD STAND OP
Spraguo & WyckoiT, McArlliur, O.
Whore rhey keep op hand every variety of fur
niture, consisting of
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Chairs,
Cribs,
Safes,
Stands.
Tables,
And every thing in the furniture line.
Which lhy will sell chenrer than the cheap.
est. Collins a)way on hand and sold twenty-
live por cent cheaper than any other establi ih
men tin the State of hio. Also, window Sach
on hand for sale low for cash. Jsn. IS 6m
Notice to Tax-Payers.
McAnnvR. Mav 10. 18CC;
THE Books are in my hauds for the col
lection of the last 1 a'f of the Tax of
lUba.
1 will attend at my office In the Court
House, at McArthur, until the 20th ol June
for the purpose of rcceivliiar Taxes.
DAVID FOKEMAX, T. V. C.
may 10 w 6
DR. STRICKLAND'S
! Pile Remedy
I YTA8 cured thousands (f
CURE
FOR
PILES.
J i. the worst cose cf
It gives immediate relief, and effects a perma
nent cure. Try it directly. It ia warranted to
cure. For sale by all Druggists st 50 cents per
bottle.
January 13, 1366. ly.
Pianos. Any of otir ladies wish
Ing to buy or rent pianos, and let the rent
pay for them, can obtain the same at manu
facturers prices, by calling on me, when I
will explain prices and terms.
Mbs. Both C. Bkattox.
NOTICE. Any person obtaining ten aub
aenbera, and sending ns the money, t ir
Tszir dollars , shall receive the Viavoa Eieoaa
ana year gratis.
JOB PRINTING executed with neatness and
dispatch at lha Etcoio effioe, Bratton'a
Bailding, so do:r east ef Court Hons, (nr
stsirs.) 1
WILL EXHIBIT AT
iric lrthnr, Friday, Jlay 95.
Londonderry, Thn rsdnjr,
' May 84.
Jackson, Saturday, flLaj 90.
MAMMOTH CIRfiUS
rna obkat
Xtderi Organixalloi
-or-
mm iA65incnci
OricHtal Splendor,
OrgaoUed for 1ISS-T.
GRAND '
MOYUTd PATORAXA
of Costly epeetmena of
Anericu Muafscnirsd '.
Ckariata,
Can,
Vaas,
Carrlaat"
of Grecian and Athsniaa
models, eonatruetsd by
American workmen.
TUB
If ammoth Show
Will be annonnoed by
l tbe GaAKD Faocassioa!
( and Operstie Muola of
the niiPPALO SILVER
COR.NET BAND, led by
Prof, EXIL WAHLB,
Drawn in the
TRIUMPHAL
DOLPHIN CAM,
Emblstoned with Gold
' and Broose, repreMnt.
inn Neptune's Imperial
i Parsonage, attended by
J earthly mortals mount-
ea on inorongn-Drea
horses, arranged as Per
sian Cavalry and Knighta
of Two Hundred Years
ago, escorted by the en
tire Oriental Retioue of,
Brilliant Equipages.
THE DEPARTMENT
-or-
ENTERTAINMENT
Constitutes the MOST
BRILLIANT 81 AfiS, in
troducing Graaautle,
Eaaeatrlaa, ao4
Taarnaaejar
Exercises, of the Aa
elent and Modern Sohoe.
of Amusements.
FIVE
STAB BIDXBSi
Three Popular
CLOWNSl
The Moat Beautiful
female BqaestrleiH
LIVINO, ,
, Wtt ALICE,
iMwaeaina(aiiiM.
Ma4.AQXE3,
Qm V On AfaiMvs.
JTue MX A,
Fairy V Ttntitlm.
' MaH. WILLIS,
rXAXK XJStS, !
Champion Paster.
JOB WIL80X,
ImYtpid Tom Bent SUmr.
B. BERNARD,
(Womia Hunlit awr
MON8TB BROS
IWwTiisr gawlsa Ctmpm
WM. C09TELLO,
UtUn it Ctumi
JOHN LOWLOW,
Popular Oimtma&mailtt
Hon. MOXSTE,
fVsack Trick Clow.
CZABK GIBBS,
Amtrito local saw
THIS , '
SIbjkiJoji Iilerprii
la under the eoecial
ax
rhansgement ef the Vet
eran Humorist,
William take,
Who. at each entertain.
ment, will introduce tha
Spanish Spoiled Mule,
i
DON CARLOS i
(he thorough-bred daaa
' ing Horses,
WHITE CLOUD and
SPOT KAUTYi
the Imported Oarmaa
Trick Horse, ., .
. ZADD. ' .
- from RENER'3 ROYAL
CIRCUS, Berlin, Prussia I
and lha nighly.tpuosd
ROMEO and JULIET.'
aw Two Grand Per-
Ffbrmanees, at a and 7
r o'elock.
"Will exhibit in all
tha principal cities and
k towns ia tha Stale daring
the season. .
Admiasloa, 60 oesta.
snkk
REMEMBER DAY
-AND-
A f il l
Turn Out EVERYBODY
-A2JD
SEE THE GRAND PROCESSION
ONE IMLXB
-IJf-
LENGTH.
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