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MIDDLETOWN, DEL. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1808. I'OIl PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR. OF NEW YORK. FOR VICK PRESIDENT, GEN. FRANCIS P. BLAIR OF MISSOURI. FOR DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS. ANDREW C. GRAY, of Now Castle. JAMES P. WILD, of Kent. WILLIAM A. SCRIBNER, of Sussex. FOR CONGRESS. Maj. BENJAMIN T. BIGGS. FOR SHERIFF, JACOB lUOlTAllPSON, FOR CORONER. LAWRENCE PENDEGRASS. The Imsucm ot flic Campaign. Wc nd verted in our last, to some of the principal issues involved in the Presiden tial canvass, and recur to tho subject again. The intelligent voter, who casts his ballot from principle, and is not controlled by passion, or swayed by a blind party zeal, will take a survey of the whole subject, and weigh thoroughly, all the issues pre sented to public consideration in the can vass before him. To such persons we ad dress ourselves, in the remarks we have to submit through this medium. Nearly four years have rolled away since the close of the unhappy civil contest which convulsed this nation from centre to eireuinfereneo. Time enough has elapsed for the developemcnt of a policy, by the dominant party, calculated to heal and cure the wounds inflicted upon the body politic. But what has been done? So far from making things better, the Radi cals have absolutely made them worse ; and they will continue to grow' worse and worse if that party is entrusted with afr 'sh b' of power, at tho ensuing election. Dis content and distrust will spread, North <*nd South ; the burdens of the people will grow heavier: taxation will be increased. a SO while the means to pay the taxes will be diminished. The South, harrassed and disquieted by a turbulent, demoralized, and non-produetivc negro population, will be unable to build up her and contribute her wonted share to the na tional wealth, casting an increased burden of taxation upon the Northern States, «hieb will lmve to sustain it, if it be tained at all. waste places. SUK The reconstruction policy of Congress, is « 1'nndora box, full of all imaginable evils. It has so demoralized the negro that he will not work, and be has become a charge Upon the national treasuiy, through the contrivance of a Frccdmen's Bureau. It has made necessary a standing army in the South, to keep the peace between the two races; but, notwithstanding the presence of the military, murder and rapine arc dai ly occurrences, all over that section of our Country. Millions of the public money *re expended to support this army, and this Bureau; all of which-would he saved to the country, in the event of the election of Seymour and Blair, For we take it for granted that the (Vingt would he changed, sooner or later, should the Democrats 1 ioual policy reinstated in power. Congress would he held in check by a Democratic Executive, until the people could cleanse the Augean stable of that corrupt and feculent body, and thus re deem the country from under the which its domination has imposed upon it. General Grant, if elected,' would not do curse ^ his. He bus tolil the country feet, by Haying that he would ha so, in cf ve no pol ley of his own, to interfere with the will of Congress ; and we have seen that the will of that body is the only charter by which it is governed. The Constitution is dis regarded and trampled under foot by it, nnK its defunct leader, Thaddens Stev hail the hardihood to eus, avow it, publicly, on the floor of the House. >'ow let the intelligent voter ask him self, whether he wants this state of things continued ? Does he want to see murder, Arson, rope, and every imaginable ill in flicted upon the Southern people 't Does he want a standing army maintained in the South, at tho cost of millions of dol Does he want lars to the public treasury ? the Froedmen's Bureau, at the cost of millions more, to feed,-clothe and educate the negro at the public expense ? Does he want to give the negro full power with Jiimself. and make hint his equal, by clothing him with all the privileges and immunities of citizenship? does he wish to see the negroes a jrrrfcrred flats, petted, pampered, fed, clothed and educated, at the public expense ? Does he wish to see the heel of the negro upon the necks of the white citizens of the South ? Does he wish to see that fair portion of our country laid waste, its hou ses given to the torch of the incendiary, its citizens butchered by a semi-barbarous race, its women given over to rapine, and flic plow-share of ruin driven through tl,e Nay, more. length ami breadth thereof? Does he wish to sec the Constitution thrown down and trampled under foot of faction, the States ignored, their rights despised, the Government centralized, and turned intu a despotism ; men, chosen as the tenants of the people become their masters ; the wildest extravagance in the public expen diture ; foul and feculent corruption in every department; the taxes increased, the nation bankrupt ; anarchy and revolu tion, with chaos come again i If not, LET HIM VOTB TUB DEMOCRATIC TlOKBT. For as sure as Gen. Grant is elected, will evil untold be the lot of this people. Fac tion will reign supreme ; confusion will become worse confounded ; anarchy will ensue, and the hope of the patriot will perish. Let no one suppose that we havo over drawn the picture, l'eu cannot portray the evils which Radicalism will inflict upon this country, should it obtain a fresh lease of power at the bauds of the people. These subjects demand the gravest con sideration on tlio part of every man, be fore he deposits bis ballot at the ensuing Presidential election. These issues are with the people. Let us hope they will be guided to the best results. Gkkat Democratic Demonstration.— We have heard from various sources, that the Democratic mass meeting in Wil mington on Friday night, the 2d iust. was one of the largest and most successful ef forts of the campaign. Major Biggs is said to have surpassed himself on that oc casion, aud to havo made one of the most effective aud telling speeches which has been delivered during the canvass. The people listened to him with respectful at tention to the end ; and we think the bal lot, on Tuesday last, is an evidence that the well-directed efforts of our friends in that city, have not been in vain. Let them take courage and renew their efforts for the great contest in November. "Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more,'' and the citadel of Radicalism is yours. The Journal and Statesman, of Tuesday, thus speaks of the meeting : Tiie Democratic Meeting in front of the Custom House, on last Friday evening was, without doubt, tiie largest political gather ing of men that has yet been assembled to gether for party objects, this campaign. It was, moreover, orderly, enthusiastic and attentive. Major Biggs never did better than on that occasion. IIis points were solid bricks thrown into the camp of his opponents, and every one did execu tion. The Major is fluent, sometimes elo quent, always truthful, and never weari some. As a popular stump orator he has superior in this »State, and, as the can didate of the Democratic party for Con gress, is just the man to step before the people and give them, iu his own peculiar and forcible style, his reasons for the faith that is iu him. Ilis majority in the State will be as large as that given to any for mer candidate. He deserves a large vote. There were lively times among the Democrats in Odessa and Middletown, on Tuesday night last, after the polls counted out. Their vocal exercises were uf the most vigorous sort. were We are obliged to defer a very interest ing letter from Savannah, Ga. and several other articles intended for the present is sue. A WosvjsiiFCb Biuu with Leus Forty EioiiT Feet Loxa.—A week or two ago, a novelty in the bird line was killed, Mound City, 111. by llarncr of that city, ostrich, aud weighs 104 pounds, dy of this wonderful bird is covered with snow-white down, and its head is of fiery red ; the wings, of deep black, measure fif teen feet from tip to tip, and the hill, of a yellow eolor, twenty four inches ; its legs are slender and sinewy, pea-green iu col or, and measure forty-eight feet iu length ; one of the feet resembles that of a duck, and the other that of a turkey, uer shot it at a distance of 011 c hundred yards, from the topmost branch of a dead where it was perched, preying upon a full-sized sheep that it had carried from the grouud This strange 1 species of bird, which is said to have existed extensively in the days of the mastodon, is almost tirely extiuct, the last one having been seen in the State of New York during the year 1812. The bird wa: at Mound City. Its flight across the town and river was witnessed by hundreds of citizens. The above is a very big bird, or a big 1—e; we think the latter, seen it floating around in the public press for some time unchallenged ; hut it reads very much like a huge attempt at one. The near a man named Jim It is larger than the The bo Mr. ilar tn eu on exhibition very We have ell, or rather an mtiimed east winds have hacked the waters of Lake Ponchartrain through the canals and tho swamp, until the whole rear of the city of New Orleans is inunda ted. There is an unbroken sheet of water from Claiborne street to the lake ter pouring over the banks of the canals, and is still rising. the wa The stock yard for cattle in Chicago comprises 845 acres, of which 90 are planked, ■ 25,000 cattle wells that supply 700.000 gallons of ter per day, and 17 miles of neetion with all the lines that run into the city. artesian pens, wa ilroad eon The Georgia Senate have tabled the hill declaring freedinen ineligible to office. A common carrier aud negro equality hill was lost and another prohibiting the forma tion or drilling of military companies was passed, LOCAL AFFAIRS. Tiie Amihiioxs.—O n Thursday evening of last week, the association of ameteur musicians known as the Atnphion Rand of Middletown, embracing some of the most estimable young gentlemen of this town and neighborhood, took it into their heads to pay a friendly nocturnal visit to the neighboring town of Elkton, for the pur pose of serenading some of the citizens of that place. The editor of the Cecil Wlrij (who is a Benedict) awoke from elysiun dreams, and wrapt to the third heuvens, wrote as follows : Skukjuhk.—T he MiddletowaString Band paid Elkton visit on Thursday last, and discoursed some most exquisite music which attracted quite d about the musicians. Some time about that mystic hour of the night, which Burns terms ''between the late ami early," we were roused from a quiet slumber by dulcet strains, played under some fair one's window, we supposed, and were about dozing oil' again to the laud of dreams when the music struck up under our window. Ah ! thought we, this is no party of amateur minstrels serenading son.a'iody's lady-love, hut a party of Garibaldi's friends from the land of the olive and vine. We were about to ask them how the red shirt patriot was getting along on his half-exile island home of Capri, but it occurred to us that we couldn't speak Italian, and English would be throw visitoi child** ay in addressing our uight Your music is charming, dark eyed of the sun, and we'll give you some pen nies uny how ; but us we were about to put this laudable emotion into effect, the minstrels moved oil'. Imagine our surprise and chagrin the next idnight our neighbors of Middletown, Dei st in candor confess we never 1 we take this mode of e discovered that our lie •m n g isitors w \Y heard craving the Band's pardon for having entertain ed the above opinions regarding their nationali tbanks for the sere ty, nnu also to expre Even Italy can't produce more exquisite mers. The editor of the Democrat , who is a bachelor, was not quite so appreciative. The music and the moonlight probably set him to thinking of the "Venus" he was talking about recently, and the absence of tho aforesaid Venus may have made him moody. At any rate he retired to his lonely couch, leaving the "moonlight mu sic," to the enjoyment of others, lie made out, however, to devote six lines to tho Amphions, iu his next issue, as fol ado. porter lows : Midnight Music.— The Amplii u paid a visit to Elkton String Band Tliurs of Middle day evening lust, d discoursed some sweet moonlight music for the benefit of the Elkton sleeping angels. The Smyrna Times got tiie matter all wrong. The reverend gentleman was not serenaded in Elkton; nor did the editor of the Whig mention "organ grinders," or say that tiie music made him "go fast to sleep." On tiie contrary, it woke him up. The Amphions are much obliged to the editor of the Times, for his compliment. And as they are not to be outdone iu po lite attentions aud matters of etiquette, let him keep his window open on the next fair moonlight night, if he has any "music in his soul," andean appreciate a horse-fiddle serenade with a tin-pan accompaniment, in their grand orerture of the Dig-Squeal Echo, Hand-Saw Gallopade aud Screech Owl Warble. Bryan's Grand Caravan, Menagerie and Circus, an Exhibition which has the reputation of being much more respectable and meritorious than any other traveling establishment ever put upon the road, is to he at Middletown on Wednesday, the 14th of ( )ctober. We understand, upon the authority of the Washington and Baltimore papers, that it is all its agents claim fur it, viz : complete and comprehensive collection of rare wild Beasts aud Birds, and an Eques trian Entertainment no one can object to. Tho Canvas covers nearly ground, is spread an acre of over six center poles, lias seats for between 3,000 and 4,000 peo ple, and is at all times pleasant and com fortable. The parade on the streets is a grand affair : the 20 "green and gold" cages, the 145 grey horses, the Band Chariot of princely magnificence, the Ele phants, Camels, and Dromedaries, with all the insignia of Oriental grandeur, form a pageant at once beautiful and impressive. More Improvements. —Mr. John Mor rison is putting up, for Mr. Thomas F. Hum, a very neat frame building, on Cuss street, 22 by 22 feet, two stories and an attic, with a hack building 10 by 80 feet. This will he another acquisition to out town, which is " steadily advancing iu improvement. Sr. C! echoes H i ndued Election. —The following is the result of the election for Inspector, Assessor, and ltoad Commis sioner, iu St. Georges Hundred, 011 Tues day last : DKMOCRATS. RKPUBMCANH. J. K.Willi; T. F. Dilworth In. 312 s,In. 256 300 I E.L.Lockerman As261 R. C. 316 I A. M. Vail, R.C. 253 Average Democratic majority, 52. id. R. Davi M. E. Wall •Vs'r. The vote in A.ppoquinimiuk, on Tues day, was t Inspeetor—James Dough ten, P. 333 " Thomas Scott, 11. Assessor.—Jus. C. AVilson, D. 117 319 " J- A. Dcrrick.son, 11. 120 lloaJ Com.—John B. Harris, D. 314 J. T. Fennimore, Il . 134 Hotel Change.— Mr. L. It. Davis, the popular and well known proprietor of the Middletown Hotel, lias sold opt to Mr. Joseph II. Walker, of tljis town, who took ou Thursday. Mr. Walker's well known energy and close application to business is a guarantee that the house will lose none of its former popularity. The death of Mr. Win. Graves, contract ing carpenter for the Middletown Hall, made it necessary to enter into a fresh con tract, which was done on Thursday, the contract having been awarded to Mr. K. Gould, of Wilmington. possess The Delaware Election- —The returps from the counties show the following Dém ocratie majority ;—>, T ew Castle, (»95 : Kent, 1,175; Sussex, 1,200. Total, 3,034. A train fell through a trestle bridge on the Mississippi Central Railroad last Sat urday night. A brakesman was killed and seven passengers were injured. The Queen of Spai n is reported to have taken with her when she left San Sehasti an all the Crown jewels atp} Royal rega lia, amj 28,000,000 reals. . ' of New«. The Charleston South Carolina Mercury is credibly informed that the democrats of Marion of South Carolina, have purchased and presented to each of the fifteen negroes who had the courage to go to the polls and vote with and for their masters, with the title deeds to forty acros of good land near that town. A tunnel on the Marietta and Cincin nati Railroad, which has been on fire for several days, caved in on Sunday, burying two inen. A construction train, in back ing up to the tuuncl,[rau over two hand cars, on which wére eighteen men, five of whom were killed and three injured. General Thomas C. Hindman, an cx rebel officer, was shot and killed at his res idence in Helena, Ark. on Sunday night. Au old member of his command has been arrested for the deed, but was acquitted, another report has it that he wasassassina ted by a political enemy. The Grand Lodge of the United States of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows has agreed to celebrate the semi-ceutenial anniversary of the introduction of Odd Fellowship into the United States, in Phil adelphia, on the 26th of April next. Mr. Sullivan, editor of the Irish Peo ple, has commenced suit against Urick Pomeroy, laying damages at $25,000, for a libel in stating in the Democrat that he had been bribed or bought to change the politics of his papor. The train on the Virginia Central Rail road, on which the Twenty-ninth infantry had embarked for Nashville, ran off the track near Gordonsville on Monday, kil ling four soldiers and wounding a number of others. In a garden in Lynn, Mass, is a pear tree which was grafted four years ago, and by mistake an apple scion was put into it. It has now on it several ripe apples of a new variety unknown to fruit-growers. Two little girls were burned to death in Charleston, Mass, on Saturday night, by the upsetting of a fluid lamp. Another colliery explosion in Wales is reported. Eleven persons were killed and many injured. 1U1 MARRIED. n Wednesday last, by Rev. John Collins McUahe, D. D. Mr. »Samuel S. Prutt, of Queen Anne's county, Md. and Miss Hattie C. Lynch, eldest daughter of Amos W. Lynch, Esq. near Middletown, Del. At the residence of the bride's father, near Elk T burs day evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Yallandighani, Mr. Richard II. Foiird, of Elkton, Mary 1*. Bowen, daughter of W en, Esq. of Cecil county, Md. At St. A 's ton. mi M . Bow DIED. In Middletown, October 6th, Joseph L. son of Wm. M. and Annie E. Pine. T II I S IS A PERSONAL INVITATION TO THE CITIZENS OF Middletown and Vicinity, To call and and attractive stock of examine our large FALL. GOODS, N0W0PENI N G, Which will be sold at small advance on the Cost, a very FOR CAS H. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. JOHN A. REYNOLDS & SONS. Oct. 10—tf LOOK AT THIS!!! 1,000 Lbs of heavy Bacon, consisting of Hams Sides, und »Shoulders. A Large lot of Mackerel and Herring rels, luilf-barrels, and kilts O OAri bbs. of Rock »Salt in lnmps weigh 4 iug from 25 to 100 lbs. each. in bar 2,000 Lits of New and Old Tar Rope, for tying Corn Fodder. firm 1 ,l8 of Nails, by tiie y keg or pound. 1,000 Li'S, of John T. Lewis' Pure White Lead in 25, 50, and 100 pound kegs. IOO galls of the best Linseed Oil, Ail ot which will he sold for the lowest nett Gash priées, for Cash, JUHN A. JlEY^'0LD»S fcSOXS. Oct. 10—tf HOUSE AND LOT For Sale. W ILL be exposed tp pqbllp salp at t\\c Hotel Rorph of Mr. John Peuqinjrton, in Galena, On Saturday , the 24<A of October, 1868, at half-past tvyo o'clouk, P. M, all that TWO-STORY DWELLING AND Store House e, in Kent epupty, Md. now occu . Benston k Hyrppg, adjpiuing the luncU of Mrs. Johngofi apd others. There is a Grocery Room attached to the store. A »Stable, Carriage House, arpl Meat House on the premises. The Buildings are ne*p and in good order. There is a pump of excellent water in the yard. The garden is fenced, upd a lane ex tends to the stahlp. This Village is said to heap excellent location for mercantile business. Possession given on the first of Junuary next. The terms of sale are, pne-third cash or in sixty days—balance in six, twelve and eighteen months from the first day of January next, to be secured. GEORGE VICKERS, Agent and Att'y for R. P. Stewart. Chester tow u, Oct. 10, 1868—ts. at Locust G pied by Mes NEW GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES. NAUDAIN & BROTHER, are opening a fresh stoek of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, Being purchased since the falMn many kinds of the same. Being bought for Cash, and from first hands, principally—hence profit of the jobber and intend giving the advan tage to our liberal friends. Our 9tock consists of Merinoes, blk. col'd Al pacas, Wool Poplins, Wool de. Laines. Good assortment of Prints, Cotton and Wool Flannels, 1, 2* Bleach'd and Bro. Muslin, Balmoral Skirts, Shawls and Hoods, Ludiea Vests, Cents Knit Shirts and Drawers, White and Col'd Blank oid the second ■ I HATS AND CAPS, DRUGGETS, CARPET AND OILCLOTHS, Painted Window Shades, GLOVES, HOSIERIES, AND FANCY GOODS. In diet, anything kept in a finit clans country store. We call particular attention to our fine stock of Over-Coatings, Cloths & Cassimores, which we make a »Speciality. Receiving from the Manufupturers, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Shoes, Gents sewed and pegged, double upper and sole, Calf Boots, Men's heavy, whiter Boots k Shoes, that we have made ot the best material ; and guarantee satisfaction. MAtKERE' , SHAD, AND HE1UIING Alway« on Hand. Liberal discount lor cash, and show Goods with pleasure. NAUDAIN & BRO. Middletown. Oct. 10—1 y QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK OF MIDDIÆTOWN, DEL. October 6th, 1868. RESOURCES: Notes and Bills Discounted.$130,308 79 Furniture and Fixtures.935 50 ITirreut Expenses. ,...,„909 42 Revenue Stumps. ,„372 00 Due from other Banks.14,407 30 U. S. Bonds deposited with U. S. Treas, to secure circulating Notes.,,80,000 00 Cash on Hand.. . 18,974 77 $245,507 78 LIABILITIES i Capital Stoek.. National Currency iu Circulation. State Bank Notes " " Due to other Banks.. Profit & Loss, Surplus A Discount. Individual Deposits. $80,000 00 70,569 00 . 1,221 00 .7,830 70 10,181 61 75,705 47 $245,507 78 JOHN R. HALL, Cashier. Oct. 10—It HOUSES AND LOT FOR SALE. B Y VIRTUE of authority from William Mat thews, the owner, the undersigned will ex pose to publie sale to tile highest bidder, on Saturday, the 24//t day of October, 1808. ingt.n, in Galena, at half-past three o'clock, I'. »I. the at the Hotel Porch I Mr. Julia l'e DWELLING HOUSE al Locust Grove, occupied by Mr. W. Matthews ; a story and a half high, two rooms and a shed room below and tw o above. STORE HOUSE near, in which Mr. Matthews is merchandising, with u new Storing room attached. Also, a tem porary Stable, The lot contai an Acre, Locust Grove is becoming a place of business— there being n number of Dwelling Houses, Smith and Cartwright Shop. School House, Ac. It is said to be n good stand for mercantile business. THE TERMS UK SALE are, one-half cash, or iu sixty days; balance in six and twelve mouths from the first day of January next ; to be secured by the bond of the purchaser with approved secu rity. Title good, and possession to be given the first day of January next. about or near GEORGE VICKERS, Agent and Attorney, Chestcrlon n, Ocl. 10, 1808—is, A FARM FOR SALE. T IIK undersi^nr-d will dispose of at private suie u Farm lying on Chester Hiver contain mg IMS irres, a Roods, A 11 Perche», adjoining the landsof W. T. Spry and J. N. New nain, Esq. There are Five Fields, under fair or dinary f'enelup. The soil Is pood and produce« praiu well; a small portion is adapted to the raising of vegetables, Ac, Glover prows finely. The DWELLING is a pood One-Story Frame, in good eondition, with two rooms below and two above. A good Kitehen is attached. There is a »Stable, Corn House, ami Granary; sufficiency of wood for the farm, which , and is convenient to also. lies near Chesterville, Schools, Churches and daily Mail. Mr. Thomas A. Meredith, who resides on the farm, will show it to TERMS hoever may call. The j One-fourth Gasl»—Two-fifths of the hahince on the 1st day of January, 1870—One half of the residue on the 1st of January, 1871— and the balance on the 1st of January, 1872. GEORGE VICKERS, ' Agent k Att'y for Tlios. A. Meredith. Chcstertown, October lo, 1868—3w TRUSTEE'S SALE. B Y virtue of a deerec of the Cireuit Court qf Kent county ns a Court of equity, the under, signed, as Trustee, will expose to public sale to It e highest bidder, on SATURDAY, The Twenty-fourth day of October, 1808, at three o'clock. P. M. at the Hotel of Mr. John I'ccnington, iu Galena, a TW0-SY0RY FRAME HOUSE, in Galena, adjoining the Odd-Fellows Hail, the Main street. The lower part is occupied by Mr. J. N. Peacock. Thers is an Oyster Saloon in tiie basement. Mr. Thqs. Ö. Gooding occupies the sccqpd story. The prqpefty f H rn;crly belonged to tljo late Wm, O. Qoodigg, aqd pill be sold clear or dower. The tortus of sale as prescribed by Decree are, a credit of six, twelve and eighteen months from the day ot sale, payable in three equat instalments, and to be secured by the bond of the purchaser with security tq he approved by the Trustee 1 gkorge Vickers, Truste«. Chcstertpwp, Oct. 1», 1868—Is. NOTICE, M US. S. m. BATCH intending to leaviqgMid dle,op-n, requests all persons indebted to her to settle their accounts. All Bill remaining unsettled op the 20th qf October, >yil| bp place? in an officer's burnt, fer colic-tiun Oct. (P— Zjr, * - * CABBAGE. 7 ,000 HEADS For Snip,. Apply to .. " (I. JOHNSON, «fXt. 10—3t Middletown, Del. f I' 'MmÊ m ' r ^v : iiß Pi I THIS MENAGERIE ! * Is the Largest, Dn»t Varied, and most Valuable Collec tion of ßJSXD BmD3, •ntrated In one cntnh]Uhmi*nt. Vft. LEGS DUPLIOA7ÖONS l MORE DIFFERENT AND RARE SPECIES. ©SPSCJAX.TIÎÎQi th« WHITE r.AlTRlAN l'l MEL* OMET AW •' r-ivu* rai»., «.f LIONS, LIONESS \ TRIO OK JiKRRAS, Sin-. 1mm '-It; Tim lViformlRtf A-intlc. *• (Jt'KKN LM MA." «ml •••*»•! .»r Klaplunnhi« 1 womlor. I In- smallt-io »ml voting i-wr iinjHtrtvil. "TINY TIM ; A SENEGAL SKR niKTl.Ti: IBKN oKTUK A LI'S ; A STATELY l'AIR OF ELK; THE SILKEN FLEECED LAMAS; , AN ALASKAN LEAK, »ml a MONSTER BENGAL TIGER. Aro LEOPARDS AND WIIKl Va i •V Ia thcRci Afrl.-fln.l A*hUI» Llm*», Afrl-v Bruailimi ISihuis. African an Stri|u-il llvufcnA. Uawu-J», tfrixzlv, Black. I .h 1 live-nun ill b« found I » ■1 Aiit.-rican Panther«, V NUMKHK .1 A »lulle Lrojiunl», y """"" anil 'ÏUU*, (\K7jpfe t >u J» ôte* h r«, S Ibons, Lr.iim-duri«-*, nu-ccarivs. Känguru.»*, 1 'ran»-«, Ostriches. Lynx.. Yultiir.-H, Wombat a s. F Aquatic and Bich Pluincl K anally v. 11 wK-ct. , MunLtya «lui V.tU*T -M.L» Wolves, . . .. Eagles, all kinds of I'amlv.-ruus, ' :n and Domestic Birds; hortim-it of Apv*, Bah* Animals, Jackals, Osp ■a. Belli. le V,M 1 felix McDonald, Whlltt lu U 10 Dens of Ihe Mill give A \ : THRILLING SENSATIONAL SCENE I This Geui hum who ha* made BRUTE TUITION A SCIENCE, m Bai.v. Iti Kmofwi a WELL DESERVED REPUTATION r > im If > Master Man" Over Brutes, And is there lecmr-Uzen ul iwknowl <lged «Stu! breaker of ill-: SANG UIN ARY CREATURES. C C ; ,* f- v m Av lJSs v i ap j WW: 5 . ] äroesi&ysir « o c ). n WM A. « /> V'Æ i THF CTTjntrS £ Has bo«n so arranvert that AUTISTES» wall hut FIUST-CI.AK9 be t-oiplov.-l In the EXUlblUuSi IN Till; BIND. MAD'LLE ÇQÜONA, Tit'IH Hope EquUHirlmial. MRS. LIBB.K SHGWLES Fournie Iior«r I'rocep'.rx*». MR. HARRY CUDOKA, Principal Kquoitrlaa. MR. J. BHOWLES, Rider. m m a V^v Ant! pod : PET£ CONKLIN, Tho B»-»i Clwwu of tho ajf-J. JOHN CuNXUN, A superior Mumlauo and .Eri»l p- pfurtner. MINNIE, THE SPRITE, Child HWvr lvJ o e £3. e>>t, b*. Mesura. ANGKI.O, KYI. F O.MAU. Si \ ' X Y oN. ATKI NS. STON K, ul KI GKNK, eon VOfgggm® THE PROCESSI 01ST f «Mqt_ . Will st otic* ,iiow tivvr •jdSa SB2È3^ Extensive thu Caravan. Gigantic the Circus, Mammoth the Menagerie .% = THE CAH '«Z>3E* G.QX»30, s h CouUiuliiK DOUGLASS' CORN 1C l' RAN i 1 TEN STYLISH CHE flpl Gaily cuparDoiitul. Two Elephants iu Crimson Housings. CAMELS AND mtOMEDAIilES. 130 HŒra,£5i£ai"'i7'o üDoTtxe» Emerald und Gilt, d »tiki eiii.-i.e V 1 . drawn I.j xiI3, '•■at"d wllli Eluhor»t.-ly 1'ali.U.d li une drawn by MATCHED DAPPLED GREYS! tu full Uniform ; Wavlnif Pin •ul ; FInp4, ItanniTH andTii.»!; ifSp Kvln*(l hr Driver t a» I» AitlmaU II F r i r j°- ra Kialiusiastiu Cheers t'lff fl . .... MUSIC AND SPLKNDOlHn tfi««ll luarkli.*; tho cun The G-orgeous Parade ! i Wlilrti will terminât« with a-i oxnewltlJM n( Uni CIIÎCU8 I itKTINUK, will» llluiidod lloraes, l'oiiicit hikI Mules. t AN ENTIRE NEW OUTFIT! err com 8300,300. jt ALL FRESH- CO^FLY & SPLEhfBID. Kvery Iota made tor the Inline rampulgn ot pif, GUANO TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, F3h Afleru.iijn an.i Nlf lit, at a mol 81' m l)p..cs at 1 mid 0 l-J "C I M . In order fu ailuw J vraon til see nil the 7 , LXVIKT& WÖjrDBWS. ADMISSION.50 CENTS CHILDREN, 10 y tars uf a^t< sud ail uutîtr. .. .25 CENTS Iclf, uf i ft r i: lift m I.: 1 ®:' THIS SHOW WILL, EXHIBIT AT Elkton, Tuesday, October 13th. Middletown, Wednesday, Oct, 14th, Chestertown, Thursday, Oct. 15th,