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'llBftBY BACON AND A, II.
,. ROKKISLEN, ESQ. '; ,
. Taee geatlemea had. an official ex
ctiriiou down to the bar' iroprovement'i
... it 'Thai !a lVir nrltrilenro hill
it is also -ours lo make a .Tew remarks
about their way ol conducting matters.
It had tie look of an attempt to white-
wa-sli somebody, from the fact that not
n Kr publican" was Jn the crowd; Only
one paper had a! representative the
leading benibvratic paper was invited
to send a man, but the Republican
paper was tntjrely pfgUcted, and- pur
jmsely, beyond doubt. ; - . r-
Sow, il these two gentlemen want
tliicgs kept secret; if they want
noliiiig but jconiplimenti : from . the
preVf, .tl-y 'are.rigbt in not .inviting or
il'.uwinj? the Tost to' have a irepresen
Uiive aboard, lor the Post will'at all'
timr.H irive ' an
hotUht criticism of pub-
' public men' j And when
. jjt?r, lUcoii cc V anikikkelen get up
iter mile political , excursion. Ihey
may bnve. a p'easaut time, but a Re-
j.ubiicao Congress has to act upon the
-iifxt apitropriaiiou, anq u win De very
Utc when another hundred thousand
igivei ly be expended under such
Management for the entertainment of
i!'uical excursions, Ac. . r H '
Vi.tmn IVrt Dkaii Str: I no
tified in the j columni of the Post, a
fortnight ago,- "A Dead-bead Adver
timen':" signed J. T. Harper. What
ias : the Noble Duko (IJarpcr) mean
by iimertittg such a foolish and eccen
.UoeWlie wisli to briig hrmsell into
gre iVt-r - inV.ot iIy tuan what , ne is al-
tfiK? Ordufj e wi-.ll to inform thfl
Juiblic generally tb.&Lhe U a bigger ass
thau.what hhas been lakn for?. ; Mr..
; ilarj-er also warns Mr. V. P. in the
, tiaie adTertisement that if he (Mr. WY
1'.) dou't ksep fhis tongue between his
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itiu, nuy, m iiarper wui oe unner
me painiut rccesity ot giving Mr: Wi
,,P.-iray.. : ; .'j, - ,!; 'X'.'j Vjj
. Mr. Editor, I wonld like to say a ftSv
words to Ir. W. P., if you please. I
ihto (ell him thai it he lias a littia
tioa tlht pays him a little more than
enouhto feed acd clothe himself, my
jTi to him to this: Ie had better
Ktit'oti h's boss, immediately, for it
J'fJuction to h'is "sal's ry.,! and be sure to
Mre U reduced to its ery Jowest, as
Friday i ut of f mplovment, and says
V"SDg lo resort lo;his uM . iricLs
H Uk jig gooie t.tlu r ei ou'ajji.b for
mwj:' If Mr VV, P. seja a sat-
: V) of one Lund ml Vni twenty-five
ilur nr mouth,; Friday says that he
Vil to Uke the situation iorrry
ars per month -an o'd triet
j "' Thai"i$ tbe whole ihing in a
!srP th,t FiiU means byni
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mr word, Mr. Editor, and
u t Will
''m ifmaik uttered . by tUia Xobti
tkf: a xat, j. t. u.,
""Hd to me smile, but I. could
it Ii waslhU: "We can't all
I wonder if it eter oc
? to Mr. Uarpcr that he himsel f
the title of Captain (a title
mest delrly) under raise
It ix has not, it ia hish. Urne
w tegia to think of iU i Don
. arp wppote ttai if u wen
r ie a rigid t xaminaUon that
:4 lanrer aU proper qaeatlons?
rptr U a ery smart man, able
but lln spite of hU beat
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;,v.s: W Jam, with rtfpcct,v ?':;
Li Joa Tboma gyooics ;
Vr4 lion ciuaberlABd. .
v October lOtb, IS-SU - J
v utoi: Matt lot a loat Ua
.r 1 tiUnj yoo abort r4c
atttloa of the cooatry. Wt
. Ppd U gathtrUn oar cnpaDd
v 'wj dkuli to obtain laborer
yt eottoa many of ct lam
mc ettr their ceUoo the firU
V r deal of will U
taulU aU & trouUa;wt
U rfT to tblak ottr the
Jgare & rousing majority against the ini
quitous prohibition bill, and they will
at the t ext election show their hand in
favor ol The people rulingy and against
the one Van power. They are deter
mined; to tote fur no man who is not
in fayor of restoring to the people the
right to Tote for eonnty commissioners,
magistrate and school committeemen.
We will' not rote for J'any roan who in
the past, by word or deed, tried to! a
bridge th rights and pririlegea of any
class of or citizens. The Democratic
party is v4iot in. fa tor of tho msjrity
many , cs. The rery ' leaders, Mr.
Ediu.r; j ttwyiutrt tw tBto wgVeat
civil r,are in a great measure ruling
the ..!( h o-day.; And I thiok the
time come when the people will
arise in, their might and demand: jus
tice. And with a free ballot, fair
count, old Cumberland will give a large
Republican majority in the next elec
tion. Let us all pull together and ire
will be sure of the next Governor and
Legislature. .'..;" :. ;B.
A True Home.
Tle most perfect home I eyerj saw
was a little home in the sweet incense
of whose altar fires . went no costly
thing. .'A thousand dollars !a jyear
served as as a liyint; for father, mother
and three children. But the mother
was-the creator of the home. Her re
lations with hr children were the most
beautiful! I have ever seen. Even; the
dull an common p1 ace man was lifted
up and enabled to work' for souls by
the atmo-phere which"; this woman icre
ated. Every inmate of her hcue in
Toluhtarily looked into Tier face for the
keynote j'f the day, and it always rang
clear. From the rosebud or clover leaf.
whkJv in epite of her bard housework
slie always found time : to put. beside
our plates at breakfast down to; the
story which she had on hand to be read;
there was no interruption of her in
fluence. She baa been, and always will
be, my ideal of a wife, mother and
home maker. If to her quick brain,
loyjng heart aiid exquisite face bad
been added . the appliances of wealth
and the, 'enlargement of wide culture,
hers would would have been the ideal
home. V As it waft, it was- the best I
have eer seen. ' '.;
lilt N. l- (tored Ua'or -He Aston
Irhes lhe k ctulonere. j j
The sensation of the day's session was
the speech of delegite of the Afri
can Methodist' Zion Church, the Rev.
J. C Trice, from North Carolina. He
is a very black man, but a decidedly
iutellcclual face. His utterance was
rapid, but very concise, his action was
natural and graceful, his wit keenj his
thought striking and eloquent. He got
the floor ' under the five minutes' rule.
His speech' was evidently impromptu,
but completely upsel for the time the
prevailing good order. His keen wit
drew out peals of laughter and his elo
quence rounds of pplaue. The old
Bishop found it hard to hold the learn
in hand,' skilful driver as he was. The
speaker was wrung dowu id the midst
of a rentenco and promptly yielded,
when Rev. Dr; Marshall, of the Melh
odht Church South, from Mississippi,
arose, and . in an impromptu speech,
responded. - As the. African - speaker
sitting' j'ist back of Dr. Marshall,! it
was a B.ot uatnral proceediag lor nim
to turn aud vffet him bis baud in to
ken i the SHine gtMd will the southern
roan c herished to the emancipated rate
that h had always show o to aim wbil
enslaved. Thia unexpected transaction
evidently so' entirely impromptu, wa$
greelel with great applauw..--tarcn
" Midnight In a lrlsoo.
There U something very solemn in a
lirge convict prison at midnight, j. iA
faint sound of healthy alumber cornea
from the cell were the convteta aleep,
Perhara there are a thousand, perhaps
Only five hundred, undergoing punish
meat; but whatever nay be the num
ber, one is conscious that nowhere else
save m convict prison could to many
human belags sleep with s utjlt to in
terrupt tho tens of wl tepoae. u
the tame number ol peop! takes from
tbV'crdiaarr worid, theru wouM b
slight sounds arUlag from ; srfgatseare
followlaf on ldlgtU ptrMP
some itmlufccctct troubllar the eoe
sdeace n the question whether the
strong steps taken fsr pajmenl of UM
bill vrero not Isi tho jeiicumsUswe
slightly harsh, or sbrno Othw dlsturb-
in , NfAUMUOB: LHC(W " BBIKW mtw wo
uaeasy thocghu and dreams crtativa
ef mtiesMMss. r None of Us troobk.
disturb th sleep of tno habitual crim
inal. This n not
sciencu 11 W M. b6
hdot Bctaettht ajtklo huown
to the rte of thw worM as s eouMissioe.
ii II ..;tw m1vu th ssxtafae-
Oona, and itb Hkl5tiK
"laeta at Xxtracta," P" r.
The CUmeen PrUcmV art IjmJ
I was in a hotel recently where almost
levery other woman had her pug," terrier
jor , skye., ,In more than one instance
!iave I known a nurse to be especially
ngaged to do nothing but look after
he dog, and a certain' young New York
physician, will probably qwe his rise in
ue to tne devoted care or an eideny
lady's cub.Vhb had dogchollc, or some
uch , disorder. Positively I tnow a
most ; intelligent and estimable lady
who not only has a nurse to take care
yi uer pup, out , wno, wim ner. ?wa
white hands, on which glitter jewels
worth many thousands of dollars, regu
larly ..washes her pet; combs hia hair,
and wilL. yon believe it? cleans his
teth with , an,' ivory-handled tooth
bjrnsb'every'moroing of bis life. And
she ia the mother of lovely children,
op whom she probably does not lavish
one-half so much care. New York
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CIT r ITEMS.
M a. V. E. N. Selleeb is the au-
TIIOKIZED AGENT FOB THE POST.
All subscriber to the Post not re
ceiving the same regularly, will please
report the same to Mr. W. E. N. Sellers
orjat this office. . : V j
jltev. W. II. Banks of Wilmington,
djd on the 11th instant.'
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aeuator. Ransom ' will accept our
lb links for public documents. . .
Mr. Samuel Potter died on Monday
morning last near this city.
Ex Sheriff Johnson of Cumberland
county, died on the 9th of October.
jrhe painters have completed the
finishing touch to their operations at
tbl City Hall.
wife of Col. VVui. Juhnsoa of
arloile, died in that city on the 1 2 h
Mr. R. A. Fenton of New York,
nephew 'of Senator Fenton, was in the
city the past week. "
Subscription price to the; Wilming
ton Post will be two dollars per an
aun in the future. . i
bird street, near the City lull, is
much improved by red rock marl from
the west coast, of Africa. .
fir. Sam'l. Gi Hall, one of the noble
nd that, went' to Yorktowp returned
yesterday morning to the city.
Mr. Stacy VanAmringe, Clerk of
the Superior Courr. will please; accept
our thanks for many courtesies.
be South Carolina aud Georeia
troops passed through here yesterday
on their return from Yorktown.
Col. Geo. L. Mabson will deliver the
address to the ; Good Samaritans, at
their annual parade, to-morrow.
t. E. R, Brink returned yesterday
frojn Yorktown. He gives a glowing
description of the ceremonies, grand
disblsy, Ac. . '
x-U'v. Alar&haU Jewel:, of Uon-
necticut, and the present Chairman of
the (National Coroinilte, passf d through
the ciiy going south last night.'
Fairfax Irwin, Surgeon iu charge
Marine llosbital, has contracted
bve a sutstuntial fence placed
around the hospital in thU cit.
Vre understand that our friecd, Dr.
R. II. Normeut, ao long a resident ol
sou county, has removed to Char-
We wish him well wherever he
Sher:fT Manniog has turned over so
R Hewlette, CouatT Treasuer, 1 2,464,
for (account of gentral fund fr;uxes
for 1SSI, and 1 763 on account of special
tk Spring and the sewer leading
e riTtr oear the foot of Cheanut
t is being , taoroogniy oretnsuea
and sll neceasarf repairs will soon M
Wilmington Lht IofaaUJ left
ou aionuay iur of.iw. nv
rd 41 saea rant, and fits. ' Lieut.
Oldham was " sosde f Ajutsat ol tht
rTgimtoi by Col. Worth. , . ;
s The "tfethodist woefmnca Ul meet
thia year aV Durham, on the Unl day
f NovtstUr, Bishop Wtghtaaan pen-
miirg- tin uiw4 ivN
be eibtalneU on tbe mlroada. ;
Our worthy Pastas asur has conn In
Vfitown. and now t am fust on the
Erfnk' tf bavier n mall, and son
other mi n trnrt wtU SpriarX)
hut wn hntn rsy stru
iM hi Major MaVrkhr of Umponl,
eklu tan m Indlsk at his rancn ta-
iayj Ini IWer, asd we rroms thent
salUury gentle anti n Cod time.aa rt
frit rteocn newt 4mo thlfw hi
Sub.cription ' price ;i?6onlj
: Cocoanuts hate dvnce4 rdrlce
from W per tbonsabw, CSfrtmp'rlco
dollars send aiki.Uka al .once.
-LwsA''.jsnnnHMMw - i,
are tne principal piaees wneru'coeoa-iY!'
; AsssssmenU duoand UBpnl on jrab-
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scriptluna iq, Ah capita; fag)t oJaJ
Duplin : Canal .AreeaUedanffnpt
paid, bythn :lftth p Ttmbe&l,
necemary. Jejel,;ai wj bjakeno
411 tm;ncenW alternpnrandfei
pairs f the rtehmePpWborl havfrbeeli
completed, : and she Wll-be Vngsetl ftf
the towiner busing
son having beearBtipp1!rtl with itae1
:-:Jl.i -swsasjir .; ..i..rK -
Senaiox M. W.-Rapsflm: n4b he
Fayetteviile GcoeUe th s hjs.wa look
oat for the appropriation niriad'made
to improvo the navigation the Cape
Fear jRivei betwettf thntupkco nad
Wilmington, and sosv that Jfc does not
lapaav ( sjj; inr'SCsvtm
r.fT .1' ,v'--iTs"i f tU t HOOf-U
xja.av, iuc poysician in. enarge pi
the city hospital, is working vejrynard'
in his efforts to'get the new publie hos
pital for the city and county open at
an eany eayr it noped tnai tt win
be ready to receive pstienbrby the first
of November, ' 4 t '
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A NxwPkopbllsb. Tht steam tog
Belle Sparks, a doubln propeller, bound
for Cedar ' Keys, Florida, recently pat
into this port for coil. I She hails from
Ruflalo, N. i Y:, of light draft. f water,'
3 feet; 63 feet in length,' 17 feet beam
steel boiler, and two'eagines., u ' n I
Snake Stobi PiWjsn. Coukty
Ahead. Mr. J. D; Bordeaux recently
killed a rattlesnske, white bunting in
Bee Swamp, Caintuck iowmhipt3 feet
5 inches long, and the possessor ot 40
rattles. In a post mortem examination,
of his snakerihlp .were fyuad five large
rabbits andtwo equirrela'.ui . hi. stomach.-
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NlW.. GOAKO WABEflOtttESk-r-The
Champion Ctmprea Company ia build
ing, on the west sideof the river, nearly
opposite the foot of Chestnut street, twq
Urge warehouses' for : the i fetoragn 3of
guanO. Each building Is to baV 45x125
feet and with n pitch of 1$ , feet, and
will be fitted with a platform and rail
way, so that the guaao can bt dtmped
from the upper part of the buUdingSil j
publication of At' jpme.dnd!.
Abroad is hereafter to be removed to
Charlotte,' 'at bieh( ' point theTpext
number wjll be UtiJtnhjimk
family, we understand, ' are to"ejs6ve
also, but : that gentleman will not
abandon his residence hart until Jan
uary neit, si which UmtlU connection
with Paul's Lutheran sCnurch will
abandon his residence here untif
JJeatd of CArr.VJdBEiudCiptaiw
Thomas Jones dred tm the ISlh listen
Brooklf a; sged aboorv55iyenrt:
Captain Jones was weli knoWn ht this
port, s: bosaiDfMlrr isf the- steamer
Benefactor, 4tt the Ne Yrkn4 Wil
mingloo steamship Hoe; Hets4een f
regularly engaged sintn ISQOen varVHis '
steamers running' to thiori of Wil-
miogtoto, awl by snilbVm coOrfeVy
and attention' '-o hsbaesssevrrd
many warm Triewda, who will sacete?y
mourn with hU AmiljIsr,fhelrsn4 he-
renvement.l:'?'" n tor svri saw
The police force of thia city- will soon
be furnished with their , new uafonns
of gray u clothv anajBudred aj - ht
Be than la Mills, in looythe count v. by
Mr. T. B. Lash. .The Jexluruja repre
sented as beiog soil and smooth and oi
exceiieaimateriau. Messrs. o&a jyer
& Son, Merchant TsJlors, were awarded
thn '. contract for maklucUD the'Ww
nnUbrms, and will be ready Lr delivery
John H. Wiiiatason, &etary win
please accept owx tharia tet t ttrtOF
lion to tialt thn U!rd) htSaal Hiarl
tion oX thn eth CifiAii tUiitrU
Aanefatlsm. whralastAW W tW
Slst sfOctsWr. 1st, tn Xrdnnd U
of November, ISSK- Cmy &orf
an in thn atato should bt presetrt tnd
havn aosM of il very host We pro
ducts te exhibit. : We WTleT a rair
will be n womplete'enceesw. TW Xmo-
daiion' enrtalary W nlr- VtM
Much uiW hns ,jnavf-3. J?n
raaJn. IXr. JJCk JZTA f 15
Signal Scnk InJliJctt-v
nothins dr.?: airs trs ber xr
them and isntW Irab i n ltxrjfot
annonncea thn tntaxsnl the knkmnwfrs
CUnwwn? raX XTsmsm 's." h Ini ,
hnvinx bmmlM in Xi srCsn
BOABCOF AUDIT AKD FlJfAHCE.
At n nieetiBg of the Board of Audit and
JPiaance'hre1d MotiHay afternoon, jit
wasoruereu.uiai owing to causes cpn-
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l per gay- yn t aiee, i.ow per nay; nigns
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janitor: 'MOi per J inontb; day janitor,
-Honi -Bamuel limits died ; at
ffmHEviire. N. C. on Thunjdjy. the 5th
fo5 Oetbhnr,JJ.ndge- Watts served as
onVJiof !the' Snperier Uoart Judges of
ifiis'kie jffdm antjl lT when
lie" resigned &Ad returned io the prae-
uee-ori ne-iaw. was certainly a
manf ofj tery grent ability; 'at A lawyer,
androne 'ef the best s'.ump orators In
this'atite iBiVew ,'men in the slate
daiSed3 tcr meet him, and there were none
Whow(rtfnnxiou to do so. He could
eoteriain nntiddiece as well as any
ffiinilt .Ofth, Carolina. But a good
marr tiis: gone the Toad .that- we must
alr! travel sooner rH later. May God
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TCuFEbkBA'1E BOXD3; There is
hriski trade, in Confederate bonds
throughout the country. The demand
forthem-in thi city is large, but hold
era nereTOr ne most, pare refuse to sen,
The reason for thU; demand is said to
be as follors: When the war between
the, states closed in JS6-5 the Confed
erate plates 4iaf on deposit in the Bank
Of Eog!od lO.OOOO; which has and
as suit iu iank awaiung an owner:
The (in't crest I which.-, has accrued upon
the prin'dp'al 'durihg the. last 16 years
wiil aih6uiit also to a snug little sum.1
The.Coofederate bond holders in Eng
land have concluded tx try and have
the, Confederate bonds paid for out of
the money which is there to the credit
o3 Jhe Confederate ? States, and the
speculators Oa this side of the water
Eaye.ee3t in the gtim distance an dp
pprtuaityio make a million or so out
of these-: bonds.' The United Slates
goverpmentiihas made three attempts
to-obtain the .money from the English
government, and once made a formal
demand for it whilo Reverdy Johnson
,was Minister to the Court of St. James.
The. English government refused the
demand of the United States, as the
ynjje.d States government did not pro
pose to liquidate the indebtedness of
the Confederate , States in England.
Mt.Secretary Blaine is now preparing
n,,paper rwith- a view of obtaining the
money' for the government. Since the
demands for these Confederate bonds
it has : been ascertained that at least
fQUrrfifiha! of the' .bonds formerly held
In, the south have been destroyed or
5r Per fojim i so Elephants Tu ki r
WOXbEBFUL EXH1BIT1058 OF IjTTEL-tlGESCE-TriOUSAKDS
EE EM.-r0n Saturday, the 12lh of
NorembeTForepaogb will exhibit here
with ' his', nnpsrallejed establishment..
Oflhe w.6dr,tnoving icenes presentrd
by Ms irehtj' .trained elephants, a re
cent exchange remrt;
Mgsclty of lb elephant. and from time
Immemorial among the favorite si oriel
en'enea a entertain, the infant mind,
Ysrled ; and Interestinc anecdotes of
these ponderous beasts. Even those of
more mature year delight in reading
IhexploRs of elephant buntibg. No
animai wnen rouren m more impuctoit
or more difficult tn avert from, the ob
ject of P fury., In view of tbe facta
Mr. Torcpaogh ii entitled lo uoboupded
credit for. Abeenterprlse exhibited in
collecAmg! twenty of these hog beasts
and rtdaeiag them to such subjugation
as 1 0" task rowibTe this exhibition In n
ericv us yiicu sw itwukubi tuat ur-
paaa hay anecdotes written or- related
oelepbantla sagacity. This ts the
tartest aiid mdsr perfectly trsiaed herd
c? elephant ever under the control of
-' ... . . .
eat manyand inn lawrtM nt tno per
rmacWiB wcaderfully enhinced by
its rfcrvmVywith of their tnlner, lie
Adim ferrpanglC Jr who, only etgh-
teen ycararsc ha thin encepilensl
nmbet T mownfnlaona hesnte anbyect
to IVslbTestwin. Tit pcrfNsnaet
In& bone bnn descriptieo and almost
cUHregn Thoy iancn, - gn
trocrh the mlrtary rrotst toe, give
acrotic xkitU-3t, ptfrfl i n the
Uht rrjjT and do a varisy and nnas-
IrtrcnTarlntSon. lthara tin annat
EiTttlot ME til: llt j rvrfcmiacsn
Ust CTd cWtXaaUnepnatssnlan whkb
wan f i f swni rwemry sW thsram, ami
tnU annf -wnkb tin sjcin
Vnsts gfvn Vtat tt sscrftX-
tZpy iar-v avtraliuus hnaan ka
I'j a ta?.2 XbslrfTi mnitisa
are tttaret 4 'nr&ar naVtwsnJeJ yhnaS:,
ntVetrV 4?w-fA al ci&l la
inrsM vt Tt i ;i U n
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i NOVEMBER) : tu. rTTTt;
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i .HaSHOWI i v,i j,;
Firct Really Cre&tOhow
Will exhibit at WILMINGTON ONE DAY, Afternoon and NiLl t
B-'7.th ncatlv season, and first tmad Southern Toar. reatitvely larswif tmist p v:
talbltton in the world. Everywhere thonsandsnnabls to cat a adsulsMon At IxVuUv
JsevUlonV most mlnn respecuble men and women ihroB(luV-Tbe l-'i"
av7ra( Wor theHeason. Million ExMttded fbr a Klngls Holiday.' Th nv
y?,r,d ,?ndr.' L&UGB PERFORMING ELEPHANTS. All aprartnalS . loutT.
l,auu iiiiAsm UIBDS
3 Great Hallway Trains! Beats Awl
niojinocn Menaterte. Trains
Uvlna Wonders! Just added!
20 Trninri PAnnnn.nifri Ct-olllAMT
?5rAi5,iI?n ,n lLT'SXkKM.d nrvo perform n cp. V .
WHEELINQ A BABY OVER 84 JNUH WIRE 100 FEET IN Mjl) Alii !
' Riding a Velocipede Over a Slender Wire I
1 ..i"- 100 Feet Above the Heads of Ibo Audience.
LOYAL, tiib Mtv Mbteob, BLOWN FROM A CANNON LOADED WlTtt
-Wt WWW pX. W w aw.- m my m-
j aumijm'i Greatest Riders In tbe Clrena In Peparats Rlnr. -Trained nirsn iv... .
rormlnt Lfona, Tlnrs and olber animal. Bible BibTmolh, I bIsoVbl I " oi, I "
dern of rare anTnsand birds. Every forenoo. or the iahibm "Viaytue'
.GREATEST, GRANDEST PAGEANT
in araencs. WMni expenaeo lo taie marvelous snovlDt peaormma of lUwot r v' ,1.1.
and Orandear. Tbe PrfneeM LnlU Hookb, personated byfthe ilandlon
Amerleal For assearla la this tenant durisv h k. .7 . . "I.." " ' ',v
nf tin Ann In MU,.U.M sr ....V. k.i
' Parade sad review of tbe reeoarees Of tbe Great Poreranch Miowi i.
ie lonreet, lanrestaadinoet lavtab epecteealar street paaaBt ever made 1'VVuy
before ootanenelng by tbe two Oreat Bands. Ex omrs loo Train and Lowii, ,n l,Z 1
Railroads, NevemSer lStb. Prererrad eeau will be ooi a DYait AhO, Vij?i n ; L !
STORE, ooraer Frent and Prl.eea. etreeta. wni?l!al7iiVt ot thV Ul,t i"
astoa, as rrsiornarr wltb eome eablbltlona. Kvenbody sees Ue "whole uo w la i n
vast entirety at alfbt as wl a In tbe aflernooo. T w,"r 1tt "
oetasonovs i f atiam ronKPr;M iwin .
TO THE PEOPLE V SOOTH,
KIXOH AIOUMTAIS and Iu HEROES.
A illstorv of the TUttie. fW. V. ITse. aod
the erenu which led to It. afWr two years
pent la ftreparatloata oow pabllsbed and
rsMy qor oeii very. Te auor, i.tmak t;
Paarsw. M. O. has sreet 0 rears la eethrr.
log luatertals tor this work, wbtofa ahoands
la aurrug reel i is of adventarse and bair
breadtn earepea, alike tntereerlaw to old
and roasg. Tbe deeeenda.au of each men
as Canpball. Fh fr4 Kewier. Oeveiaad.
I.t. William. Hanibrlgbt. MeXknwaiC
Wlntino, Hssnnsawd, aad Ibelr afflcvr.
now II nag by the tfi seaw ads throaaboot
tbe Aooth. will w el eome tbU peraaeaeat
reoord of that glertooa event wMcn taraed
toe Ude of lbs Kevolotloq. Tbe work sno
talsa Six page. o 0et, taper. beaaUraliy
boaad. wlut erne ateef portraits of ib
Heroea, and asnerooe wood rata, wtib la.
des of ASoe refer sosos.1 PrJee St. swat poe.
paid on raeetpt of piic.or taay be bad of
Areata la every eoweiy:
I rr o. Tiiowtsox pbJsber,
.o. irt erHret.UaiBaU.O.
.Agrais Wavtted fw aaaaare terrt-
oeaa tor leraaa. ctresuare ae snsBpto
opy i.. ' i i wau
HE 1TATK3T AND MOST WON
piano or onoAn
ny waseti ay CfcOM e TMiw aaa eeay j
etbo pwewtar Area by e.4 wttav
tfmmt Area by aMsba.eS eSVsftae)-
antVv, rnrv 101 rAci i at
i WMeraj Tbu TVe Gamrssmy ana
roafxrr sum 'orjo4 saw
SUat b pay AStoaaw esaT rriae
Twa-aa east FtASm CRuaJS asr Mku.
lis asVjawt rrrTiTsT?
eSvOd mm aast wiS Us Kwva tuma,
1 Ptttts tt n tct,wiii UttrtrUsxt,
la-sow at iwse co .
llnsU Wtaltd far U tusinrl
I aa a
.. as4 Ssrar eas -o
earn 4BV 1 V
-i spij :msbwss aaA,
That Has Ever Visited
ndLWIns Wonders la Two Uut,
AND TRAIXKIs AXIWtlvi
ravllloas Oorer Aorvat
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nop klUeraaosl irt tft.a lt. . .
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ter. iTadTorootev.Cfi. .iiiiw
I HAVE T0U ER tiKSOWN
Aay pweeoei to be iamlr 1:1 si'i a
wea Ml sidi or tstawtisw mw sw bHHNraf
And Us tbase tweeae are la gwuS
Uosi do-yew sm Bad tSHrtr f mn ,i ir rmer
taw nes-S Skssatbt l-arser e 4avr Tat
aJways reralatea thwe tawtl teM.
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sued lo atreskcis-eo rmy wrt rf t.
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eerily, la Atalluti