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THL VINTON, RECORD
Mo A Kill UK, OHIO,
THURSDAY. OCT. 10, 1874
VICTORY.
Enough for five years,—Such as
it is.
This is not a Rooster, but,
what of it it is a BuzzarJ-and
we regard it as decidedly ap
prppriate.
Vinton county went 385 in
favor ot fraud, corruption and
peculation.
Every . Democrat in this
county knows, and many of
them admit, that the corrup
tion, mismanagement, favorite-
ism and plundering of the
county treasury, by the "ring"
is a eliame and a disgrace upon
the county. Yet each in hope
that in the lulure he may fat
ten on the spoils, voted not to
change the order of things or
to lessen the force of the ring,
but to enlarge its circle and
increase its power.
We can stand Ibis thing as
'long as the 385 men who voted
that it is to be .. perpetuated,
we console ourse'.f with the
reflection that the honest
masses" of the people' will soon
have nothing more to steal,
and the ring will have to begin
to feed upon itself. A few lei
lows stalk around the treasury
of the county like buzzards
round a carrion, gorging them
selves during the year; they
go around during election cam
paign spewing out their ill
gotten gains, to aid in perpetu
ating the corruption on which
they feed. In the mean time
the honest voter who pays his
.enormous taxes, supposing
the wrong is at Columbus or
Washington City; goes to the
polls and vote for the very ring
that is robbing him.
THE ELECTION.
Ohio Goes Democratic by a Majority
Ohio Goes Democratic by a Majority of 15,000 to 20,000.
Returns indicate that the
Republican have lost tha
State. Urichsville precinct
Tuscarawas county, Demo
cratic gain, 39; two wards of
Circleville and five townships
of Pickaway county, Republi
can gain, 52; Ironton Demo
cratic gain, 324; East Liverpool,
Columbiana county, Democrat
ic gain 61; Liberty township,
Logan county, Democratic
gain 34; four townships ot Uar
din county, Democratic gain
51; Veriuillion township, Erie
county, Democratic gain 24;
Pomeroy, First ward, Republi
can gain 17. Salem township,
Tuscarawas . county, Republi
can gaf.n 4; Trumbull county,
Pemoeratio zain about 500;
Democratic gains so far fool up
1,130; Republican 388; net
Democratic gain, 792. Foster,
Gnnckel, and Robinson, Re
publican canditates for Con
gress in the Tiffin, Dayton, and
DeJawar'e districts, are proba
blj defeated by Hurd and
Payne, .Democrats, but these
arejonly conjectures, except as
. - . . .
tO rarSOnS, WbO IS CertaifiJV
N '
V. Jl I...... c. r- iu r .
uauijr ueaitu. op mr inu ie-
pnblican gain is ' 108; the
Democratio gain is ' 2,688
Franklin county, two Wtirds of
Colnmbus and four townships
give Republican gains. - . Re
turns from 'the Seventeenth
District re close. . The Demo
crats claim the defeat of Wood
worth, and Ibe election of Wil
son. ' This, however is based op
the returns from Starke, .Ross
county. Republican- gain,. 330;
Huron . countyr Republican
gain SOOt Conneant, Ahtabu
a county, Republican gain, 93;
Portsmouth, city, Democratic
gain. 232;' ML Vernon, Rep'ob
Jiciin gajn, 75; Madison county
will be fibout the same as last
year, There are considerable
Republican 1 g.if.ns eo ' far as
heard ironi. Republican gain
iCHjntDD county about 200.
l
tvet Democratic (tain g.o- Ut,
2,700 oVf'r-Oov. Allen's vole.
OuPeld, Republican in the
flinetecnlli disirict,' snd- Van
Vorhes, Republican in the Fif-
tecnth district, are elected, to
Uoncr'f.s.
The ReruMicarn concede
tlie SiiVe to 'the' 'ljiiurf'drati
and c!nm twelve c ngreMrnen
The DemocrMs claim tti State
by filleei. thousand to twenty
thousand majority, and. claim
eleven out of the twenty Con
gressmen. Returns, are v?ry
iin perrectt I ut the crusade has
evidently done tl.e business.
City of Hamilton complete;
Live 1,470; Smith 848. The
Democratic gain -over two
years ago. is 141. Fairfield
township, east precinct, Midi
son township, Ross township,
and 8. Clair and Qxford town-
ships give an aggregate mjor
ity lor Savage of 406; a Demo-
cratio gain of 34. The total
Democratic gain in the city of
Hamilton and lour townships
over that of two years ago, is
177. Wallace, the Republican
candidate! for Auditor carries
the city of Hamilton by 85 ma
jority; and Peter Bender, the
Republican candidate for coun
ty Recorder, carries the city ol
Hamilton by 541 majority.
In Circleville the returns
from the townships and wards
heaid Iron, indicate a Demo
cratic majority in the county
ot about. 650. John Walk, Re-,
publican, was elected Probate
Judge by a small majority. ,
In Athens the Republican
majority in eight townships is
,300; Republican gain 200
Van Voihes majority ir this
county is 1 500, and his elec
(ion assured in the district by
a good majority. 1
In : Woosler partial returns
from the district indicate the
defeat of Pratt, 'Republican,
for Congress by 800 to 1,000
majority. Dembcrats also claim
Lucas county by a traall ma
jority.
Two rards in Toledo and
nine precincts in Lucas county
give Wikoff 700 majority. Pratt
Republican candidate for Con
gress, runs behind his ticket,
and is probably deleated by a
majority running from '300 to
700. Six to A-nsiiips in Wood
county give 514 Republican
majority. Six townships and
one precinct in Putnam county
give Rice, Democratic candi
date lorCongres8,723 majority
and Bell 618 majority. The
county it claimed for Bell by
1,200 majority.
The railroad shops are to be
rebuilt at Zileeki, and Chilli
cothe mourneth.
Wi will send the Record and the
Cincinnati (laiette to subscribers one
year fur 13 ih
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
AGENTS WANTEDSWKffi
and most beauiieil txok published)
THE FESTIVAL OF SONG.
A LIBRARY oft he choicest eelectinna from
tilth grett PORTS in on volume, pro.
fairly illustrated hv lh masterp eces of re
D"wnp'l pointers. Pomlmlj the low yrimt
snd moat efoaf book of the kind. Hundreds
nfvolum. inone! Hend lorproo and liberal
terms to agents ofp'W am
ir. A. "UTCII1HON CO., CINCINNATI, O.
$1,000 PER WEEK
Csn he mud bt any smart man who ran he
bin hunnpn- to himi-pir. Address 1). If. p!(e
man, Hoboken, N. J.
DVt:BTEIHaend-2Arts. tn r.to.
Iiowm.s A Do.. 41 Perk Bow. H. T , for
their ity-nop Para; Aat. showing eot of ad-vsrtlsing.
Notice.
WARRKN PWETLANO of Firrfnla City in
Montana Tern tort mid Hilaa Hwetlsnd of
Minneapolis in Ihe "tale of Ninneanta, will
lake notice i hot John Dain-herty of ihe county
of Vinton, in thestcte of ohm, rtid. tn ihp$7th
tiny i husum, a. i i"7, nie nia punnn in
ith Court ofCommooPlpaawUhin and forth
. V.nlu ' I.J Ql-l. ..Iri-:- .
lCu:miyo.
laid ,ren Sa'land.a.id Silaa Swptlindand
Jol O. BwetlanJ. hir ' ' ,n "'"wet
land. rfppMad. m.Moa Hwalland aa
alrlow of Jool a. Hwetlandi Jp "."; "
Ladminialratrii ot hia ertala. ana' H. c. JonM,
tlpipnoanta. apuinir lorth l hut th loal ...
Swpilano, deeaaiKari, arhila in fiili lile, ami h
aid Angeline Swetland bain than hia arif
s mnrtcaa to ih "aid John Darihertj
onm-loU 271. 273 and (74. in tha Ti lias of
McArthur. Vinton cnuntT. (Ihin- also. a Ini
27Aand an much oflofth aonth aid ofin-lot
27( aa will rorraopoDd with th aonth lis of
tha jrrarejard beinc about K of aald lot7ba
the aaiTie mora or laa. aaid lot brina known
aa "8wi-tland' ptable LoU," to aonr the
pnTment or wnt with I par ent. intrt. ae-
cording to crhain note rfarrd to la aatri
morigaap, find that ainre lb tin . a ol aaid
borttaa-,, tii aaid Joel ft. Hwalland baa rie
parted Ihia lue; tnat the aald Anial.na "wet
land ra admimai'ra'Pi o( the aaid Joel fl Rwet
laml. . rtee aaed, IMid thil the aaid Warren
Kwelland, Hllai f-etlinl, -and Joel O Swet
land are heira at lava ol the aaid Joel Hwel-
lan, deeeaaed. and that- the aaid Rnmer O.
Joaeaclaima lo haae an Inform in lb nrm
deaenneo Im run fieimes fy a certain
nmrtjniff deed nrior m thefmArlnae of nlain.
till. a4 nraymg that tre(Vxtr mav Dnd the
atnodul due the plaintifl, and if th earn h
not paid with m a ehert tn he named b
the Conrl. that aaid premiaea may he anld to
j tna arm. oi Hmi in aaic Homaru
Jnna t ordered tn aet forth hia aaid mart
Fr claim, ibat thr Cnnrt mar rtetermine tlie
priohtv of leina al th heariim thereol; mw
the taid Warm "wetland and Hilaa Hwetland
ar notifled that the? are reonired In unu.
and inawer aaid etlilcn on or helora the th'fd
Satmday alter the 2 day nf teiobar. A, I) lt)71
j "jiea ee. temeer in. ie.
Bt H W.CortTA. hi. Attorney w
-
G- 7' Hi.H w.fl Aiminha Waft
tt Oham aAlch lo tna eil.ernu
Ihe Home Movement, '; F.llery Mure
Wot, Beeviercifei I2.7J neroi eitrs
CDEAPESTrLWEKTIIECOEXTT
flU
AlwaysKeeps aFliicQqi
Freah Drop, Paints, Oils, VamMieti
Dye StufA, and Pure Liquors lor Me
diilual purpotes. , .
Perfumery, Fine JTollet Soaps, Hair
Oils, Pomade, Hair, Nail, Tooth. Fltsh
and Clothe Brushes, Cenibs.
School Boolcs, Blank Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Ink; Paper and Pencils,
Envelopes, Slates.'"
.';'.! i. ,! i :
Fine Cut, Plug, ( hewing and Smok
ng Tobacco, Cigar&, Pipes.
Lanterns, Lampit.Chtmiieys, Shade,
Coal Oil. ; '
A full line of Oold.Coral, Jet,'Topax,
A methyst, Agate, Garnett Sets, Brace
lets, Finger and Ear Kings, Necklaces
Sleeve fiutt)us. . , .
Needles for all kinds of Sewing ITa-
Chine;'' f ' ' " '
4 Musical Instrumenti, Tuning Forks
Violin and Uultaf Strlugsr 1
... .. .'i - : -.i
Clocks, Watches and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxes, and an end-
leu variety ot Toys. .;.- '
f
J am also agent for all the Maga1-
ztnes, Periodicals, Literary and Daily
Papers, which I furnish from three
days to a week In advance of those
furnished by mail. -
All of the Above, and a
Thousand Other Arti
cles, to be had at
, ... MAIM STU'AKTUCB, O'
CflEAPFiTHACEBIOMOian
HALL'S PATT HVHKIBIQ CLOVKs
J EKV GKEATLY IMPHOVKUIn form n
V he olawa, and the more complete ahield
I gof the part enbjprt to wear, riy metal
pntea. maUln them wearMna aa loa. and
do Die work fanier and eaaier lhao any other
hunker. Made nf the ten heat call feather,
in lour aliea, right and Ml handed. Hamplea
aent prepaid oo receiptor price. Half Gloraa,
f 1.; Full (.Iotpp, fl Mi per pair. Libera
diMOiintin qnanlitiea Akk tour menhnnt'
or ailrirae llALL HUSKIKO OLOVB CO.
CniuiRo, III.
tMfll"' home. Term free.
5'wAddreaa bao. Stinw a Co..
INirtland. Me. . -
$77
A WEEK niiaranleel to male
and female agent In Ihelr local
Ity Co.n NtiTfilNO to try it.
Particulars Irae. P. It. V1CK-
EHV CO., Aumiila, Me.'
apSYCOMANCT. OH SOUli CHARMINO"
1 How either aex may faacn ale and gain
the love and affection of any perann they
cliooae, mnUiiily Tina aimpte mental ac
quirement all can poaaeaa, free by mail lor S3
tenia; toxttherwith a Marnae -uide,Egypt-inn
Oracle, dreama, hints to ladioa A queer
book ino.noo rold .Adilrea T WILLIAM A
CO Publishers, PhiUdeiphia.
GENERAL
im
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SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION.
8HERLF'9 OPFICE,)
ViroCooTr, unio.l
Heptemher IT, 1 871 I . i
Tt Dm QwsXifii Fotan Fiatoa Comnl), Ohio 1 1 '
WH BRSAS, by tlie laws of Ohio regulating
elections, it la required of the Mberitt of
hiaeounly to give notice before th time of
"oldinii an election by ptoolamation through
out the county of Ihe time on which such
election hall be hoiden: - -
In purauanve of auch reqnlaition, I,
K,lKirV a II.ER, SherirT of Tmlou Counly
Ohio, dd bereby proclaim and malt known
Ibat the , ', - . r ,.
Second Tuesday in October, 1874,
(BEING TBB3l) DAY OF SAID UOHTB,)
la by the Cooalitution and lawa of Ohio, ap
pointed the da' on which the qualified elect-.
ors ot Vinton County are notified to meet in
their reMoili iown"hiiq, at their usual or
proper places of holding elections, between
the bourn of o'clock in lb forenoon and
o'clock in Ihe tftprnoon of said day, and then
and there to vofe by ballai for the Mloeing
orticem, to wit:
SI ATE OFFICERS.
One Kceretary of State, '-
One Clerk of the Hipreme Coatt,
Two Judge of the supreme Court, one for
I ong term and one lorehort term.
Ohe Mamharofthe Board o Poblis Works,
Ona UommiMioner 0( Common Hcbools, for
the Slate of Ohio.
," PI8TRICT CFFICER.
C2 Reprelatl to Congreaa to r the Eley.
ntu UODire'a'onal IHatnclcompoaed ol the
cououeaof Vidi'o, Hocklog Jackaon, GaJ
Ha, Uwrenc aod &'
COUNTY OFFICERS.
OneSherilf,
On Treasurer, ' . i . !'.,-,
One Recorder i . . '
One Commissioner. ;
One Coroner, - ' ie ; ' ; - ' . i
Three Infirmary Directors, ona Ibr one year,
one for two years, on for tare year for
Vinton county. ,
AFPOETJOHltEBT,, 0F,: JITR0B8.
The tmsiees of the at vera) townabipe
in said county ar hereby noiifl! that the
foliowmg number ol Jurors r apportmeed
to their townehipa rpe tively. and that ihey
are req-urej to tele.1 the raid m.mber and
make retum thereol to the Court of Common
Plwia, to)jetker witb the noil book: ,.
Elk 21 8wn 11
fjtXle e (linton ...16
Wllkevjlle..,..jo Vlnt4n ;- .
Khox ...B J.oligon ... . .11
Klt-liland 13 Madion. 16
Uatrison t Brovrb. 9
. WIT5F8S, mr band; at my office, in Ha-1
Arthur, this f dv of Heiemher, M74.
OEOKUE KALDR,
' 1 "berillwf Vmtoa County.
September IT, 174. , Jw i
.Jj..j .....I
Xo Julia jinnIJpbot,
- ron are hereby notified tHkt athe Septem
J ber sessioUi IHTt, ol ihxoir miaaionara ol
Vinton county, Ohio, Willmin P. teitonand
other fils-lUiair petition lo a county road aa
follows: Promt point in fhe center of the
eoi'nlr road leading past Jblihathti Wioter'a
dwelling houe atniul 13 rod west ol aaid
house, la Elk township of Vinton county,
'hio, thence running a nonh-eaaterly direc
tion Ihe nean at and beat route through the
Uml. .ruiH Wintara and .lrv Kx liniood to
a iwimt .1 or near tha Borth-WCBl corner of E.
D Wolfs gsrilen, iheoce in aa easterly direc.
Uqn thruugh ut lanus gotq oy fsu u a..
U WOK Sna ow rtccuuiru ny in in, u ,-ir
lands of Gilman, Ward A Co., south of Ihe
Water will of sid Oi.man, Ward A I o., eon
long tha Math -tine of laada owned ky H end
mi Wilson and inttnecting theJackaonand
M oArthur soad.at a point anon! 134 feet sou ih
or the south line of thecurponfle llmila of the
town ef McArihur in said EJk lown.hin el
Vinton oouniy, Ohio, and mere to ent.
) That . viewers snd a surveyor were appiJnt
ed by aald oomminioner. and thai aald
viewers sod surveor will meet at lha initial
point of said road paliiionrd fol-, on lha aoth
(Bay oroclooer, a. i. i'. ai iv o ciuca, M.m
to aoier on tneuiavnarge oi ineu uuur.. j
. tt4 tbisUlh dav of Ueptembar 1ST. A1
v WILLIAM r. rELTOW,
( lw 1 ... . frindpal Petltidher,
C, J. Blimf GHURST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
sod dealer la sll kinds of ' r''
PICTURES,
' ! A L B U M,S,
PICTURE-CORD,
Slid
I
PlCltTBE-NAILS,
copYinc
I
lily 0
enlarged to any aiaa, and
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS.
or
INDIA IKK,
any other styls that may be desired, at the
LOWEST RATES.
Idirge and iaely Inlahed Pbotographa
can be made treas aid and faded, or
scratched nictarcw. . ...
Picture of all kind, framed to
Order, ; .
and all work warranted lo give sallslkchon.
i may mi
Sheriff's Sale in Parti
tion.
State of Ohio, Vinton County
W. C Hartley anil wi fe, Plmnlift",
asaiaav ; it.
' Johile 0. Ron, st si Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
fleat twit Order oj bait tn l ar
titiun. .
y :-'
PUR8DANT lo Ihe command of an Order of
Hnle iHued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Vinton Countv. and to me directed
aa Bhenflof aaid county, I will otter foi sale at
the dour o. the Court House, in the town of
McArthur, Viuton County, Olno, on
Thuisdaj, the 17th Day of Septem
ber, A, V. lb4,
at the honr'of I o'clock, p. M. or said day, the
following deacrihed I imla ailuate in the conn
lyflfVinionandHtHleot Ohio: The et hull
of Ihe eoiilheaMt quarter, and Ihe est hull' of
the souih-weat quarter of section twenly-eev-eu,
l'J7 townnhip ten, ll"l ranse nineteen'. f I 1
containing IWI ai-rea more or leas, and Ihe
weal half of the north -caul quarter and Ihe
iil half of the north-wen quarter of section
ninj nmr, .n iownnii ten, jni range nine
teen, I Its 1 containing IM) acres, moie or lea.-
containing in all ya acres, more or leaa.
tpprameil at six hnunred end forty dol
lars. I$iit0 and must bring two-thirds oltliat
sum. 1 .
TKRMSOPSAI.E: H in hand, balance in
one and two. years .enured by n ortgHgeou
the oremises sold.
Cit:ORE KALKR,
therll V iniou i oumy.
E. A. Bsattok etal, Atlorneyafor Plaintifls.
August 13, A. 1'. It74. tw
SEPTEMBER 14, ,1874.
IDry (Goods
j.
HA9 RF.CB1VBD KOB
FALL SALES
Cassimeres. Satinetts, Jeans,
Water prool Cloths, Canton
Flam els, W ol Flannel?,
New Calicoes, Blck Al
pacas, Slack Silks.
A NEW ASSORTMENT VP
HAMBURG FMBE0IDEEIES,
Ruching Leather Belts,
KID GLOVES.GEBMANTO'ff TAEH
Offered at Lowest . Caih Prioei.
B. SMART.
CHILLlCOTtlE, 0:y
QNE MILLION ACRES
Splendid Jfichigan Lands
; FOR 8ALE, ' '
The Oeaad kafUU mti fadiaaa JtetrWvJ ym
Bnished son j miles king. lbd lt, '9ailn ita4
grant earnedl . . ., .
la FaralB Latnds to lMnj Rattlere. fer
I ladivido-u or CoImIml. I
enraMii , ' . j
SPECIAl, BARGAINS i for 1874.1
lOO.nno sere hero be eoH alreariy. The
lands are well timhereal. makinc Ihe best
kin.rnf fcmi Slroneeoil. of great produc
ing oower. Easily rearhed by rail in water:
Goes' ifarksb. Hailrnad runa 4hinimh tha
arsit Michigan Is ooeol ihe tma-fcafaund
vi oei proecerous HUles in the West Its'
seaooli ar eaeMffeJ. Its Bnam-ial staedini
No 1. Ho difficulty in traneportation.- Peace
and prosperity Ur In It border ,and from
M In l per acre. Tim Mifllieat. ' Interest
per cent. WM. A. HOWARD.
Xand (NimmiaaioBer jrnd kapi..a, Mich.
P. R, PIE RCJ5, Bee t Und fepanmeoi.
MM
Frejlv for'tl e SpringTrade
WOLF, PEAEOO.'S
BQIIED Ai D EA OIL,
'PURE WHITE LEAD,
11E1) LEAD,
0.rAIIiG COLORS,
TURPENTINE
' TARKISHES,'
t'olort Ground In Oil.
. . ' ,; ' ) .
PalutandTarnlsb Drushei,
JUST BECEIVED.
AIo full line of ' : '
PLREFRESH DRLGSCUEU1ALS
. i . . . . . , . i .j , i , . ,
Dye Mulls, , .
" : Stationery, u ' '
, IVotions, Die.
. .-.I ' ' ;. . '.! iu .
( Everything at (he very Ipwtst Pri
ce. '
WOLF.PEARCE&CO,
lVmnr 18T4 . ' ' .', ,. .
NEW SPEING STOCK
OP
MILLINERY
AN1 .
LADIES' BANOY GOODS,
, . New fet) lea of .
HATS,B0NNETS,RiBB0N3
" IN ALL tfEW SHADES, '
Jute Draldi, ...
embroideries, (
Edging, . ;..
Trimmings, '
; Lacei,,
' Gloves, '
' ' F'cy Goods
Jeiielrjr,
... , Corsets, , Etc.
Also A large asiortmentof
Genlltmtn't ' Ji'ecktict.
Bleaching, Pressxrg', Pfmodeitgr,
una mi itmus 01 juiniDery
Work done to, Order on
, Jihurt Kotice, ,,i
i
Give as a eall. We will eeV lower
than ever.
J. P. t C. A. DUKKli ,
" Main at MoArthu O.
SPRING AND SUMMER
czcoTiKinsra-
FRAKK IIELLDlAtv! Agent,
At hit ns flace of buhlnesa.
OOET'SBLOOt OPPOSITE UHIOif
HOUSE.' '
' cillLLICOTHE, O. '
j . . . HAS TUB -; . ; ,
Choicest Stock'
OF.
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER draught to this market, emliraeing
nil lha latent and moat fiiahionHlile styles,
-in in accordance with the luleet lahiona
When ynu want a unhhr lnt ilou't fail to cili
on Krauk. We also CUT? and
Makes Garments to Ordei
and tins a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &.
II rlnlhlni marked down tn the LOW.
EST I'lUlIKEM. OiTemeacilland 1 wil
warrant salialaution
anr
FRANK HELI.MAN.
Manhooa: How Lost. How Bestored I
jum Dtiniiskeif. a tewedi-
f 'i nr. l airerweira
rtuUcut ear laununr nieiii
cine) of -rtsa4Toa.il. .B4, or BeminaJ Weak
ness, lOToiunwry Bemlnaj unanes, laporiacY,
Mental and Physical Inoapaeit;, Impediments
to MarrinKe, el., also, O.Nmiaetioa, JCrit.tr
ar, and tti. induced by eelMuduliience or sex
ual extravagance. ! : : .
rrice in a sealed envelope, only ( cents.
The celebrated autnor In this admirahl ...
aaj clearly demnnetratea from a thirty ours'
aufceaefiil pnwtii-e, that the alatming ennae
quenoes of ell-shu mill he radical cured
without the dsngeroun ua of internal meili-.
ems or me application or the knife; pnintina
out a mode of cure at ont-asimple.eertain and
effectual, by meana of which erery siiRerer,
no matter what Ilia condition mas be. mm
cure himself cheanl. Drivaielv. and Mutu.il
a ins j.ei rare snouiu oe in tne nanus of
every youin sna every man in the land,
ent. Under seal, in a l.lnin Mfivlfin in an.
add.'eaa, pcttvoiit oa receipt ol six cents, or
two poe siamps.
aleo ur. liulverwell'a "MarriVir Omrfe."
price 60 cent.
aaiiresatne publishers, j. :. ........
CHA9. J. fl BLIND! s'rn
MT Bowery, New Vork, Pott Offloe Bo?, t,m
COAL. 'I
GET THE BEST
I HAVE re-opened my coal bank, and am
DIWDared to till errlena Inr n.l ln ......:..
w uu..,l,.rB
suit purchaser. I will aell
coal of the same quality ean be obtained eisa.
""are. ENoS T. WlNTKRs
aeianim tm , : - ( i,.-.
HORTON'S CORNET BAND,
H.W.HORTON, Leader, ,
TI Vlcl '",e, Pnr'4 new and hand,
"agon, and are prepared lo
nirniaa oo.i mueie en appiicaiion, to all
10 lh'.rwtjoiDingcouhUea: Adiiress.
., , jun4m.,
IiADY CANVASSERS.
WANTE v 1 1
IIAIK GOODS snd LAUlKrV 11AIK
UiyW81NU-.,th SO lllMtMlop
t hi also lo sell an.i take utderT lot hair
grind , ( ; i
Address wltfl referejlce: ITES'RY tOFTlti,
Whnleasle dealer and imianner ul Hmu
amtttjn t-d Boolh Ba,Bi .t "syi"
r.'-.dvvW.ril3., y,.:;i
If crorComcs
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, ..w T- sSSsKsi ,:'f i? t ; : '".; . .
:::.il' U.'ViJa .! . "" "i i i "i Ti i l a
A:;jrV6rld:Fa on Wheels Coming
"' ' I"'") . .REqiliRIXO', A!l ARM V OF '' J u..-;'-
OVTEli 900 MEN & IIOJiSES
' ''' To Tne.r It from Stana to' Standi j '
Seyen iDomplete 1 Shows Combinei in One !
'.v'..'; . 4 jEXHlblXBD'. '..1 t-l-''aZQ
A CITY C F 12 SSOW WHITE TENTS
j'.!-,;. :t ! fidi. ; ..'.' ! ' ,i ' 1 'f i ; .hi . v . ..
WILL EXHIlilT AT '.
McATRTllUl? .jRiDATi OctM.
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'' 1 GKE AT EUROPEAN-11''
ZOOLbGIGAli ASSOCIATION.
BMITilSSI MtUSEHJ-My..
ROYAL' COL IS E-UM,
Wor d'i Congress of XVoatlers and GIC4T1C CIRCUS
12 TENTS, 900 MEN AND H0KSE3 !
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JIlI-TlTI DEhOP WONDERKlTI.CliniOSl'riTIES, A COf.iUV UK M0 K Hr. rohF9
TKHRh-TRIAIi TKRRijRi, AMI'U I BHHJ8 WHM.RIU A.N ..T I E OBKAT I' Vu Bl K '
' , miles ok v isii f x pen iiiTu Vie,
Mi .0m.
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; THE ; ' HEN AG-BBIE , ( ;
Embracen tlie Inrjrput numlier of n wild anlniiila evpr seen In one collec
tion. Bud Is Bn epitoine of all the beautji. power, majesty, olngijjap Imiuil
givrncsa, docility ma?.ivencM anil aavageueps ,of the wild beaut kingdom
and many Buuh aa are to be found In no other traveling; liistirutlnn." Kvery
land where startling attractions could be-found has been explored.1 "The,,
sand deserts of Arabia. Ihe wild forests of Afriea. the Ice fields of the North
the swamps, sloughs and jungles of India, the vast plains of North America,
the chapei-el ol Mexico, and the palace peus of Egypt, liav all coutributed
their natural treasures. . ,-... j ,in";XiXJ I'tr-
THE . r
Im AI1lla Willi fATl All rlmiiies wnmiera nf he
strsnne sn-3cis of ihe Unny Inbc, anaqiitrmm
Sutt mats. :
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THE : ItOYAL
Feprnaenls the sports, shltiss sbrl (ilimea of old Rr.ma.ss In the rlaya of th snclenl ladi
atora, when Rom est on her seven lulls and from her throne nf beauty ruled the world, In
troducing troupes from Ore rst nations of lha earth, the Royal Pervan Troupe, Hill Hash,,
flams' Arxhs, great french Artists, Rnaiian Athletea. an I the wonderful Egrpwail Jlltfereref
the world's nisrfre.s of woder-hr ar. plcd apon exhibition tbeenrasol srt, stirs
geciit chsriots, tableau cars, and lha wonderful npronioon or steam car of th muaes, lh
only successful steam a.otmment ever Invsnsed aadli entire! diflerent.Md InBnitelj inpe,--,
superior to all othei steam muslol uiatniments. t-;i....
THE GREAT DOUBLE CIRCUS COAIFiNt ,
':;'- '-'.' '.: kin .:u I , , ' . ...
Conaltaof over one Imndrod mnrior artist, the flnesl rldr r. Isapara, eqnestnann, aero.
htB.:ivmnaalSi nd s ocialty artists In bnth.hemishere. 1(1 addtvioa lo All Mte-mbOTe, wil I
be introducr.0 WILLJ3 CObB'8 TR'iUPEOK : . ; '
i X 'IjBPV.CATElV POGS. K0 AT .JiNp, MOXKEYJer
Whose humanlike, Intelligence to the Tory prfecUon qtbrila,lrnlniC -a,.
.( .-. y ( T H E fC R A N D ,. PROC ESS I DM .
Willkspliwat.lOA M ajachdalt.'ediawoTthadav'a. journey' lse theCharfbt of Choi
ops containing Prof. Louis Ken t' cerebrated Orabsdter Bnd drove eemnel and vapteai
risnes, nun eJepHant; edah.taMeaui.-araivmr. vWsHnf on- sramnMt a beaut. A .!.
repreaenlinit Ihe H'dile"S of Libertv, and at her feet loose and nn'eitered. Ilea a Rraailisn ll
er. 'The open performing rien.'oo Uninlr (Our savior gstflr lion-, whilst seate I m tbeir
midst bound hand and liwb wth.etmng ropea, will hihai rest,wlsVh,yeJciTjolill.l
beast conquerofa, fhe mUalcaf mArVet .f Ihe an, the wonderful ilperonicnb Wiirrrltf Iho
nus mviHainat musi. Wowdeo i)f ornate iron bound csges. flags of alt n tans wavinra.nif
the lipe. liilnutisn mni, gar cavalier' and eVmrllytfamaii. are festure of.jhts jrr&uii.Aolse.
day psgearAw!k!lvloms solid etraam olaold and jfliCiijr, nearly ts.6mi.es lonr . y
ktmiilYCk io all Wljr M Ctl CliSdTJ?. u(iti gCtt.j
.".two viisivp AdesAT a and i. m.
' ,.' ' " . " !' ' ' ' ' ':. ' a U'i
tlie Big SliHw!
it .r.yij v . v. i , . - . l ti
"l V? - v i ;., .1 il
1
m vkiaTiS k nViekS. all "ex.'
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sirand aea. human monsrmaifie's.'raptllta..
of hvinj marine monsters,, and triumphs oft
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