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A. BttATTON, t t : KDITOR
WHITE MUS SHALL BDLB AMERICA
MoAIiTIlUH, 01110:
TlHJKiDAY---- Sept 2. I86S
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
ELECTION—TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1865.
TG GOVERNOR,
GENERAL GEORGE W. MORGAN,
of Knox County.
(OK LIEUTENANT OOTEKIOB,
VVILLIAM LANO,
of Seneca County.
UPBMg JUDOK, (FULL TIKM,)
rillLADELni VAN TRUMP,
of Foirfleld County.
irTRF.M E JUDOE, (VACANCY,)
THOMAS M. KEY,
' cf Hamilton County.
TREASURER OF STAT! t
GEORGE S PENCE,
; of Clarke County,
ATTORNEY GENERAL,
D. M. WILSON,
of Mahoning County.
ICHOOL C0MNI8SI0IEB,. T."
H. H. BARNEV,
of Pickaway County.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORM,
CHARLES E. BOES1L,
of Auglaize County.
TVl.aBt OF SUPREME COURT,
DANIEL. S.,DANA,
of Vinton County.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE,
f- ANDREW J. SVVAIM.
FOB PROSECUTING ATTOBNEF,
ARCHIBALD MAYO.
FOR RECORDER,
JONATHAN BRINE.
FOR COMMISSIONER,
WILLIAM CL4 R li
Right Party in the Rght
Place.
Ono of tbe delegates (o tbe Re
publican StateCcnventioD of .Vew
Yoik, sent home a telegram to Lis
wife, iul speaking of tbe party pros
pects be said:
SYRACUSE, Sept. 20.
Dear Wife:
All gone to bell. Will leave foi home
the 2 o'clock train.
J. USHER.
Certainljr; yoo have all been march
ing along after tbe eoul of old John
Brown, and you will most certainlv
get borne whore your friend says yoo
are all going. No eaoo man doubts
it; arid it is tbe only truth we have
heard from a Eepulicao, in j regard
to tbe true situation of bis party for
a long time, with tbe exception of
what re hcaid a late Quarter Maeter
any, a day or two ago, which was
that ''there was no stealing in that
department; qnarter-ma6t:rs all be
ing loyal men." Well, that is light.
Tbe country referred to by Mr Usher
is full of jnst such loyalty. It is
congenial down tbero to our loyalists.
It is said a craft will leave AIcArthur
shortly loaded with just such for
that country. For freight or passage,
apply to tbe editors of the Register,
as she stoeis for tbe hottest corner,
on tho principle of "Woe unto all
Liars'
IIy-fy-ly-ty. We copy the fol
lowing from the last Register, for the
edification of our readers: "Who is
any worDo disturbed about the nigger
than you are?" We can tell yon:
Every member of tbe Republican
party who votes for Cox and Dillon,
who will do all in their power to have
negroes vote and ploced cn an equal
ity with the laboring masses, and
who now declare that a nigger is as
good as a white man, if he only txs
haves himself, t&c, are all woreo dis
turbed about tbe nigger than we are.
We may add further, that we saw a
lady teaching a buck nigger bis "ads"
und "nds" the other day; and we
know she would not stop to teach j
some of our white children, but
would, perhaps, kick then out of.
ber way, if passing lhtm. Bn, tha
poor darkey most bo fed, clothed, ,
and taught, to as to be equal with
the white trash. Who brought these
niggera to McArthurl Wo say it
was tbe Republican party that did it
One principal assistant, blood lets,
we admit, was the present- editor of
the Register.
A. J. Swaim.
The contemptible insinuations of
tbe last Register, to Mr Swaiui, our
candidate for Representative, are be
neatb notice, were not for tbe fact
that Capt. Jones most ungcutleroan
ly asserts that Mr Swaim would be
come "a mere instrnmont a tool in
the bands of wicked men," &c. Tbe
tact is, reader, that these leaders of
the Mulatto party have been playing
"instrument and tool" so much in
the past four years, that they think
every body else as dishonest as
themselves. Mr Swaim, however,
don't require an indorsement at our
hands. lie has been raised in this
couuty, and we dare any man to buo
cessfully charge him with a mean act,
let (lone a dishonorable one. Can
as much be said of his slanderers!
The Deoule will answer at the polls.
IU is to day better qualified for tbe
omce than his opponeut, Dillon, un
ites Dreacbiuc the Nigger and him
cruciried aro tbe full measure of
qualifications suited for the people
ot tui8 connty.
Sun Pictures. All persons who
wish to give a friend their picture
can be accommodated by calling at
Billingbnrst's Picture Gallery, in
McArtbnr. Mr. Billinghnrst has
spared no pains to be prepared to
furnish the the finest Porcelain Pic
tnros, which are in lact the finest
specimens of tbe art.
Call and see specimens; it will pay
you for a visit.
See card in another part of this
paper.
Good News. There has been a
decline in prices in many articles of
Domestic Goods, and Dan Will &
Brother, always alive to tbe best in
terests of their customers, have bast
ened Dan, that "Prince of Bayers,"
to the market, to take advantage of
it, and secure bargains for their nu
merous friends.
Look out for a big stock this week
at that popular establishment, at
lower peices than can bo bought
elsewhere.
Jackson County Democratic
Convention.
In pursuance to a call made by the
Democratic Contrai Committee of
Jackson county, a Convention ot the
Democracy was held at Jackson, on
the 23d day of September, 1865, and
the following nominations were
made;
For Representative Thomas Grif
fiths, of Jefferson Township.
For Treasurer James A. Ale
shire, of Lick Township.
For Commissioner -William Rad-
cliff, of Milton Township.
For Surveyor Edward W. Ga
ting, of Jackson Township.
The Convention endorsed the res
olutions of the late Democratic State
Convention, held at Columbas, on
tbe 24th of August, 1865, appointed
a Democratic Central Committee,
and transacted such other business
as seemed necessary to insure united
action at the approaching election.
The Convention Rre6olved (being
without a County Democratic paper)
that tho proceedings be published in
tho Ohio Statesman, Chillicothe Ad
vertiser, Portsmouth Times, McAr
thur Democrat, and Wavcrly Dem
ocrat.
On motion, the Convention ad
journed.
E. F. SWIFT. Chair'n.
E. F. SWIFT. Chair'n. SAMUEL DEMPSEY, Sec'y.
DCPThe Republican candidate for
Governor justifies tbe laws by which
a poor soldier's homsstcad is taxed
to defray the expenses of the local
and State Government, while the
rich shoddy contractor, who made
hundreds of thousands of dollars out
of tho war, and has it invested in
Government bonds, is exempted from
such taxation. The poor soldier
pays not only bis own tax, but that
of his wealthy neighbor. This
shocking injustice the Republican
party is determined to perpetuate.
[Cincinnati Enquirer.
DCTOur Consul at bmtrnia writes
that the spread of tbe cholera ta that
place ia alarmtog.
A Novel Verdict.
The Lonisville Democrat, of the
12th inst., has the following
Daniel Cleveland, who was shot by
a negro soldier iu Jeffersonville, on
Monday, died yesterday, between 11
and 12 o'clock. Tbe Coroner bold
an inquest, and tbe jury rendered a
verdict that tbe deceased came to his
death from tbe elTeots ot a gun-sbf";
wound inflicted by a d d blad
s n of a b h (verbatim.)--'
O'eveland was a discharged soldier.
and had served four years in tbe 38tb
Indiana Volunteers.
H "The mread of the hoe choWa
is said to be alarminz in Indiana.
One feeder lost forty, in the vicioi-
of Indianapolis, within a low
boors.
Suit Against General Hovey
Suit Against General Hovey--Heavy Damages Claimed.
Writ were served yeitetday on General
Alvin P. Hovey, Military Commandant of
mis post, Dy Sheriff Kobinaon, from the
Mania County Circuit Court, irr whlchr.be
damagea are laid at I90.U00, for apeatwil
false imprisonment. C. J. Dobbins claims
fc40.000, W. H. Montgomery claims fc25
(100, and Mr Dal.oney claims 23.000.
These geDtlemeu.il will le remcmbfred
by the readers of the Sentinel, were arrested
and placed in the military prison at the
Cioimers Homo, in tins city, and discharged
without a trial, as thousands of others were.
Indianapolis Sentinel.
The time is rapidly coming when
there will have to bo some atonement
made for the terrible outrages of the
past four years, when rainy persons
wbo now fancy thomselves secure
will nave to answer in civil and
criminal actions for thoir crituos
againBt liberty and life. Justice is
only sleeping she is not dead. Let
wrong-doers beware of bor awaking
Cincinnati Enquirer.
The Negro Troops.
In a late lettor from Governor
Ferry, of South Carolina, to the
Legislature, we find the following
paragraph
"It is a scource of congratulation to know
that the colored troops, whose atrocious
conduct has disgraced the service and ni leu
L . LI' V !.l . 1 . I !l.l .
me puoiic ir.inu wnn ine mosi nomuie ap
prehensions, have been withdrawn fron
the interior of the Slate, and are to be
placed in garrisons on the coast, where they
can do no further mischief. In all my per
sonal interviews with the President, and in
all my dispatches to him, I urged this course
most earnestly. The white troops ere, I
believe, doing their duly beneficially to the
country, in preserving the peace and good
order of the Slate. It it thought that their
presence among us for some lime yet will
be necessary, in order to force the relative
duties of the freedmen and their employers."
3 JH M JJ 0 lit t
tT"Tlie Meson & Hamlin Cabinet Ootrans,
forty different styles, adapted to snored and
secular muwio, for ISO to tiiiO each. Thirty-
five Gold and Silver Medals, or other first pre
miums a-varded them. Illustrated catalogues
free. Addrecs, MASON & HAMLIN. Bat too,
or MASON BKUTHKRS, New York.
sept.Jt-tiD-iy
Dr. TALBOTT'S f I L LS
Composed of highly concentrated extrarcts
from roots and herbs of the highest medical
value, infallible in the cure of all deceases
of the Liver o: any derangement of the Di
gestive Organs, They remove all Impuri
ties of the Blood, and are unequnled in the
cure of DiarrhtB, Jjundice, Dyspepsia, Scro
fula, Biliousness, Liver Complant, Fevers,
Headache, Piles, Mercurial Deseases, Here
ditary Humors. Dose for adults, one pill in
the mon.ing children half a pill, From one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
from one to three boxes will cure cny curea
ble C86e of no matter how long standing:
Price 81 00 per box, Trade supplied or sent
by mail
V-MOTT TALBOTT M.D. & Co
June 1st 1865 ly- 63 Fulton St N Y
Tbi Gbovesteek Puho Fobte s'ill re
tain its precedence and great populajity,
and after undergoing gradual improvements
for a pesiod of 30 years, is now pronounced
by the musical world to be unsurpassed and
even unequaled in richness, volume and
Surtty of tone, durability and cheapness,
ur new scale, French action, harp pedal,
iron frame, over strimg bass, seven octave,
rosewood pianos we are selling cheaper by
from ftlOO to 200 than the same style and
finish are sold by any other first class ma
kers iu the country. Dealers and all in
want of good pioanos are invited to send
for our Descriptive Catalogue, which con
tains photgraphs of our different styles, to
gether with prices. No one should pur
cqase a piano without seeing this Cata
logue. Medals, nl-nnst without number,
have been awarded to theGrovesteen Piano,
and at the Celebrated World's Fair, though
put in competition with others from all
parte of Europe and the U. 8., it took the
highest award.
(Established 1835.)
GROVESTEEN CO..
499 Broadway, New York.
J 37 1865- ly
HOWARD ASSOCIATION1
PHILADELPHIA FA.
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXU4L SYSTEMS new and relia
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM-
RF.R an F.hcsv nf War nino-and Irihlrnrlinn
Sent by mail in scaled envelopes, free of
charge. Address. Dr. J, SKILL IN
HOUGH TUN, Howard Asaociation, No.
2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13th I860 lyr.
WHISKERS. WIIISKEKS
TkA ..An want. WniaVnra nr MnnRtachfjif On.
Orcian;Componnd will force them to grow on
he smoothest turn or chin, or hdir n bnld hesds
in Bis Weeks. PiieeSl.OU. Sunt by mail anv
wbere, closely sealed, on reoeip' of price.
Address, WARNER &CO., Box 133,
Brooklro. N. Y.
reo. 10. vd ivi '
i m torn.
I
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Cletnnin while re?idiui in bomb Amer-
ca as a missionary, discovered safe nJ ilra-
lererooiiy lor the Uure.of nervons weakness,
larlr Dccav. Disease of tbe Crinarv and
Seminal Organ, and the whole train of disor
der! oronghtcnay Danorul and vicious habits.
Great latnben have been already enred by tbi
noble remedy, rromyuj by a desire to bene
It (he aflilcted and iifortunate, 1 will send
tbe recipe f preparinir and naing thia nudi-
'ne, in a sealed envelope, to any ono wbo needs
it, Fan or CmaoE.
1 lease indue a potvpaid eevelope, aiidroea
ed to yourself.
Address
JOSEPH T. INJttAjr,
Station D. Bian Hoosi,
Mar. llth 18(35 Ij r. New York City
FUKN1TURE ! !
Furniture ! ! !
UULBERT and WILSON,
First Door West of M. E. Church,
McArthur, .
HAVING bought out the Stock of
Sprugue & VVycoff, and brought on,
NEW STOCK OF
FURN ITU HE,
consisting of
Buroaus, Bedsteads, Tables,
Chairs, Settees, Rockers,
and every other article iu the
FURNITURE LINE 1
All of which we will
SELL CHEAPER
than a, any other establihment iu the county-
Cull and examine out Work and see for
yourselves.
(QrAll Work warranted.
K. L. UULBERT,
G. W.WILSON.
Sept. 23, 1865-6in
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT in
theirt of making pictures by ti.e
agency of light, is tho
OPALOTVPB OR P0RCELA1X
and, as a keepsake, nothing would b more
highly nrizod than one of those beuuliful
1'iaurns. Remember that
C. .. BILL1NQHURST
will be always found du'ing business hours
at his
PICTURE GALLERY,
opposite the Court Hou?e. reidy to make
any style of Pictures thnt may he called for.
He also keep constantly on hand all
kinds of
Picture Frameu, Cord and Tassels,
Albums, Photographs, Jeworv,
Watch KeyR, &o.
(QA11 kinds of Pictures Framed to or
der. Call and see him.
C. J. BfLLI.VGHURST.
Sept. 23, 1865-3m
Five Cents ISeward.
RAN away from the subscriber, living
in Vinton Township. 'Vinion Count,
Ohio, on the 13lh of August, A. D. 18(55,
Allen T. Lyons, ag;ed about 13 year, and
Willnrd W. Lyons, aged about 10 years,
both indented apprentice, to the farming
business. The above reward will be civen,
but no further charges paid for their"deliv
ery, and all persons are hereby forbidden to
pay said boy any money or trust them on
my account.
ANDREW COTTERILL.
September 21, l805-3w
s
1WU
LEGAL NOTICE.
State of Ohio Vinton County
truncis Shakos, Adminis'rator do
bonis non of Rstata of John V.
Mclicth, doveaaod.
vs.
Potitioi
for Sulo of
lijftl Ei'uto
Edgar McButh and Walter Mo
In 1'iobate
jiutn, minor nairs or tho said
John V. iL-Roth. A
Court.
I?DGAR JItliKI'll mirl W.iHai. (r..n.i. i.
Hi norhoirsatlaw of John W. MuUuth. d"
ocased.and Homer C. Jones, theii (Jimrdinn,
ill take notice thutKrancia Shades, Admir.is
trotor do bonis non of tits Estate of John V.
McBeth.doceaHed, on tho 21 day of Septem
ber, A.D. 185, filed hia Petition in the Pro
oaw conn, wnnin and for tho County of Vin
ton, and SLta of Ohio lln,i!.. iu..i i. ...
sonal Estate of said decoiwed is instiftioient to
pay bisdonts and tho charges of AdminiHcr
ing hisestate; that tho said John W. MoBoth
in bis life time and with his tola and seporute
inuttun. uruiiasoa in-ijO( dumber One Hund
red and Sevonty-cight 173,1 and Iorty-eiirht
' " u' nio cam. sm or in-iioi NumDor Une
Hundred and Soventy-soven (H7,) in the
Town of MoArtliur.and Stato of Ohio; and
fraudulently, and for the purpose cf defraud
In j his croditom, caused the legal title t snid
premises to bo oonveyed to Laura A. MoBeth,
nen his wi lb, and now doceased, and the pray
er of said Petitition is for a sale of said proin
isea for He faymont of tho de!)U an 1 chargos
aforesaid.
aid Petition will n tn I....:. An qi
day of October, A. D. 1864, at 11 o'clock A. M.
roanuis oHAUKs,
Administrator do bonis non of John W . MoBeth,
deceased.
Bralton & Mayo, Att'ys for Admin'r.
September 2i, 1885-6w
PROBATE NOTICE.
I
JAMES Gibbons, Administrator of the Es
tate of James tee, late of Vinton County,
viiiu, uoucnuu, uas uieu on accounts and
vonrhers. for insnei-tlnn n1 An.i ... i .
I .- '- ' U..H. DWIbJUllJOIIIi
and tbe same will atand for hearing in the
j ruuats wiun ui i iiiron county, unio, on the
ZUtdayof October, A.D. 1365.
aiUHAKD (JKAIO,
Bepterabai !8, U5-3f rrobataJudgs.
The largest Exhibition in the World I
IS COMING,
AND WILL EXHIBIT
SIX CENTER
At M'Artlmr
DAN. K ICE
And will Potiiively Appear at Each Exhibition-all HE
ports to the Contrary Notw ithstanding,
DAN BICE'S MAMMOTH MENAGERIE 1
. (SCHOOL OP KDTIOATED ANIMALS 1 1
AND
GfBEAT ZVTOL HKHIBPTIOIsril!
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DATT KICE lil: poriil'ir alNfi-"'"n In 1 1.!'it t', xnn 'n"prmfnt tolli puMlf,
tliut lie liiti Hjtvi'r!). Iy tl iii vf fiit'-lt --.'irnnra. Mfitl llm H'-rrt'i nf prrri.rrnt
li'irrniintlin. In plHtluic liinm lf .t lUu ln.ij, f ,u v.Ubluiurul vbiob, Mliileilt varluJ
ffAturt-a aut Nvfjrii- oilrr
A Source of Xrvrralllui; Auiu.inirut and Fnlrf tnmtnt.
, In frf from nil IL nl.jc tiriml.lo ilirii.'irri-iii i Mliiih m.r' ihil.liinna nf a prumi u.
1 out nature. It li: lcn l.i. i.IJik I f r jmi t-nu'inpCdi liiih.nuil U iiowcuon'bK.n
IE
in piiniic in wuum n nn n
IUL Ilia tuti'rUiiuir.-nt li oUVr it
AMUSING, MORAL, INSTRUCTIVE, ELEVATING AND REFINING,
( In which no Rnpt-tt h diiiHo tn
t siTnnN wiiii.r)vK misn.m
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iui-.m u ri put iliu V't .iii 1 l.i u in-, an J
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ly( S'W. wliilo It la fur fmm Iha tu:n t.i 1 1- In-ni-Inn., n- rvi-tiiairrlv .IMmi-IIi- 1,
Ql ,i-nmci lf..r hU patruna n Itt.rrljitli and Moral Lecturer, Iu bkb
c'ji.it'ily it will lio Ilia iii in In amiie .iil.i uc umiil, nj u
t INHl'IHK 1NXOCKNT MlHTtl. .
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C.ni. B.i'.ii.-w" liw J.oi (;c
THE K.T KARu A.VO
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Amona these " Wamlerort of the
Ornltlioloiilcal Varietlea :
LlSiSfk lWiA'-WW&'W ' M-llu, Kin ut aliMi nite l..ui,.l tnu fuli,.w.
' fiJWV '- kH '" t Jt,i.-l
' - V VySf'yVMMyll -iMiiH, a U .l.-. n,l u l Ilia nnnt cut-
"T W-t'Tfe'SWS M A.isl c iiii.I Afiii-.m IJrntianta, tnbhn faawh,
. -S4l.rJ &'l.m'J'-LxK rwitl U-ip'ril. Ili.jrnI llmtili.u Ti,-rr. l'a Uu. J
'J'Lt-VJiP'i "",w Li"n ,-i""-. AmaiMi. Black Ticir, rax
M ri -j.A".J TBJVW.-'Z'AXi'.-tVI-'.-. tliir i.r ranmir. m iml mv KtkittMl II
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Afrii-nn Palli-itn S n n I m V. Xd.iw
ViTHE SCHOOL OF
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Cranes, Oolden and Silver Pheuanta, Chinese and Kngllsh Pheusants, King lorl lllnla,
Alblnn Guinea Hens, Vf bite anil Orcv Truplcal Cot-katous, ranuliie Birds, 8uth Amarl
can Parrots, Asiatic and African Parrots aad Paroquets. Also, a treat variety of
Australian Birds of gorgeous plumage. Attached to this Oread Exposition are
THE ONLY ARABIAN CAMELS IN AMERICA.
KM
I ( DAH KICI, PaiNCIPAL)
Comprises the Moet Intelligent, Most Docile, Most Accom
pllahed, stud Host Learned Animals
Which the world baa ever noticed, and tbe development of tit r rare niulitlos, nndnr
tbe guidance of their kind and patient instructor Is cittculatid to excite the nobloal foeU
Ings of admiration wonder and curiosity. Foromost among these developed specimens
of the brute creation stand the
SACRED CATTLE OF. INDIA I
Imported by Mr. Rtci from nindooatan, and the first which have ever been permitted to
leave the land where they are held in such high veneration by all elassas, and retarded
as OBJECTS OF WORSHIP. These beautiful and docile creatures are of
peculiar and curious formation, differing la many respects from all othor varieties of
bovlnes. They are remarkably Intelligent.
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THE BEAUTIFUL
I A .rtuaHi.
ymtmxvu oi iivnu.j. " 'rS'"t
poetry, aorj where eTery act create!
m. W ..NSb i' wonderful performances bare
fcpk WmWm--Wi 1 H KXQUISITK 8YMMETRY of Its form
tn--itaZLJ1toi ' -,: ' ' r i 1:1 .a a he at Mind, ha canant
TAM
7 KJJ:-W
MM
( Ailii aUUJbES, FETE AND BARNEY, '
The world-renowned Assentne numorlsts, whose ridiculous antic wonld make (fetter
swear 'twere laughable. These peculiar beasts, the Clowns of the Animal Kinadem 1
will exhibit a rich variety of Cachlnatory Accomplishments, such as no other animals
possess. They are at once mirthful and musical, and do everything Ifrom Dancina a
jllornplpe to Imitating tbe Bass Notes of a Piano.
.THE PEBPORMINO BUFFALO, in A wo'
is wild roamer of the prairie ;
. " . X. ' 1 v "", . mo" ""P"" snojectloa, and will be intro
duced into the rlne. where his Anomalous Vest mnnni hii .,r i,,i,in. .j i
m
I . a.VM
- - wwu, mm. Kwueing.
The Performing Elephants, Borneo and Kate Bice I
jiu uaivis tin wus Mini wvuutniui uvi
tneir varions and wonderrui performances which atartle and snrprlse-lenvinc as In'
ubt whether thov are sririded bv mern lnatliu.t nr h n.. - i . . ?
uouu. wuintr -imj m guiuea oj
iiiw vi mm wui vmiiivi ua cuumeniieii ; ii ii lUracient to
more than hai Ter been aMomDliahed bv uiv nf th hmi. .miu.
"'"" audit miwi iwucinnui
l a. !
w J w VIHIVWMWU)
A DEN OF PERFORMING WILD ANIMAL8,
Ut.M.a.&1 aaJ MJ At.( S- I.A1.A- I . '
rawliMndmtw bten brought nnder theonDlet aoblMtlrZ
y their trmiper, tBOF. SEAIlk, ho will! entef their 3m, tbei SuS
iJ 1 1 m, ja mfv r a ... . ...
lmk&ZcTTiim0t
sti isr rs- iir i j m
UNDER A MONSTER.
POLE PAVILION, , ,
Friday Oct. 6th.
-STILL LIVES:
i". rr iip- lu p .pu-pana l.i tbe aisaraikS
ut.iare
tli nierrlv rn.iii-l in-tirx-lnf onr tiMlurn-hat vUkh
t..i .. i.v.. i.i.ut. ai. vJ.vi.i'riiAur.jbiU u
iu,i m rrli, 1.- i.it i. ri'Dm-tiu.i, uiul ojm'ih tu tb vii w
I t.'. n. .,f !! iivri r il. .-n p.wlntM uul wladom it
i . . j
i ... . . . ...... .. i i. . ...
r ' nr.TTTr-p vnrr-m wttt -mn-nr -n
ii;;lil, mil fiinilthM Oill) KOIt ItKi'LECIIOJf.
nnd Xoit Iutrrrai tu(j,.iuil inaU mpa.'ta,
CURIOUS ZOO-OGtCAL COLONY
Mlr- ru (Ifi-fiiUuil ivy m-uulin,
Kr 'Hi rn1u'i rtr;ti (mud,
V lirj Aliit-'ii Kucnv f"urrtAjn,
nMi iii'wn tin1 Lt'icra mim;
rnur.irnln Orirly Hra. Ml:irk Hcnr of ltuila.
v.niia.
. t'innanmn P.ar Y Orei-i.n. Irlinrliuu.na and
Am l ilrra, Numiilinn I. inn ami Liniirw, l.louwa
ml IVhi-lpa, 7i-l.ru i. 7.iliris Ar-. Mmikrvs an
Hnlinuna, Nmr lli lliunl Kaninro. Prrarlan Lnms,
Allii.i'U nf tha Aii.l. L'. lli.. ni i
- ... .... m . jr.wi., uii.'i .ruin
Urn falulwiih Wi-., Ni-lmuka Pnffiiln, Biharlao
Vliitn rixilil. (iint ami llu.k Pjila. Pnrnirln.
"' I ""111. I It 01
lli-iu'-toi-K. i'pp.uni, Aaiutie Jackals, tjrUa
ii ... . ,,i ..i.l; j.i ,ir tlunn, (T,
romprlnlnn birds of raw anil aorieona iilnmns.
UDDer IXi-d" will be found anecimana i.r ih fi.iiniii
VliAAali Tl I fM. m..t. ..!.. n I
EDUCATED ANIMALS I
Another rare spectoon of the Bovine species will
-a be found In
T 'I I' TTV "V si rr-
Trom the steppes of Tartary. A most carious tni.
mal, and the flrst offered fcr public Inspection.
A HEED OF PALATINE SHEEP.
Kxceedingly rare and extremely beantitul.
stile ,n . . m n . . . .
inr. m i iv ii hiihnk hit cinut
- v..m bAWbliillWll
have elicited the
beautiful animal
I blood, th
and
NCBI
; 'i him, but knows every intonation and inflection of
. VI bis master's voice, and answers to every expressed
.i
I . . iw v cniMi aau vie aociliiv
o dog. '
I THE TEAIHED HOUSE TlOTTflT.Afl
"ti Bl0,t ""'f"! animal, exquisitely proportioned,'
J?Vin2!kaj and of the moat peculiar and remarkable WlilL
iiafcS5 LIOENT QUALITIES.
EDUCATED MARE REBECCA!
a j n
vODipvnDO Of ZTC9t WDOTI TrT OlOTCmiDt
AdmLraVtioD.
whose kind k nut disappearing before the giant strides
tui Ulvactvwnicfl
mm inntnct or by tbe hIKber nd more potent iwi
srw. .was itigi uu
w VDumerAtea: It il mfr)rint Vi i,a t. j'
a"""inf ana Btartllng Feats.
MR. RICE ill exhibit these varions animals
and wlU give an Interesting and succinct
LECTURE UPON THE ANIMAT.
KINGDOM IN A NTJT8HELLT'
"(withstanding the innumerable attractions of
lhisesUblisbmen MR. RICH has determined to
place Its enjoyment within the reach of all. and has
accordingly put the price of admissien as follows:
Adults 60 eta.; Children nnder 10 yrs. old, 15 ets.
PRaWtT
Tit 6ol.ea Bwai Outrlot Dntwi kv Beautiful
Ctpartoraesl Bonet, 4 1
ASiH'ST1 h MiMrnincent CoHeM, eennosed
of the DRN8 and CAOK8 of the wild AnlalsVtS
troupe of Learned Animals, Horses, Males, Bafta
loea, Ac; and after passing thronih tha nrineinal
tlmu' wlu P""- Ple of Kibibltloa.' .

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