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Thl Jew Couneil
worthy ol attention.
The retirement of Mr. George Rex
from the council Is regretted by many,
m he was an able, although unosten
6o to Loomls & Konte and see the new
Crown Jewel gasoline cook etove with
the new Blake & Davie burner and
patent safety tank.
There are already twenty-six appli
cants fur the police force. Including the
eld lncumbeuts. The Council will act
en the list next Monday.
Margaret Kosher of Sycamore street
was arretted by Marshal Schlegle for
ehlld beating. The case was bound over
to the Probate Court in the sum of $100.
Borne of our merchants or their clerks
forget to take in their displayed goods
at night, as several cases of such ne
glect have been noticed of late by officers.
Mr. Wm. Eassoldt on South Market
street; celebrate p hlselxty-urxt birthday
last Saturday. A large number of bin
relatives and Intimate friends were pres
ent. Meadaruen Jarvls and Speaker have
opened a dress making establishment at
No. 07 South Poplar street, and respect
fully solicit ladies' patronage. Saiis
Myers and Smith are receiving an en
tire new supply of wall paper of the
very latest designs. Their success In
waU paper selections has made their
store headquarters for decorations.
That Fahrenheit cipher which repre
sents cold weather must have a urst
mortgage on Ohio, at the present rate of
temperature. Kither give us spring
weather, or abolish the mercurial scale.
Barnum's circus bill stickers are
plastering up the walls and bill-boards
wltn the usual nign nowu auimai post
ers. Kven the elephant Jumbo is not
forgotten, and his picture is a promi
The new Scott bill creates a flutter
among some saloon men, as they do not
see why they should pay a couple hun
dred dollars and still not receive any
protection. The argument is worthy ol
Snow storms and cold weather con
tinue to prevail and the work of the
gardener is at a discount, exeept to pre
vent the infantile ouious aud other es
culents from coming out of the ground
in a froxen condition.
Prof. John Beynolds, the Mesmerist,
began his week's engagement in the
Opera House on Tuesday night, lie is
spoken of very highly by tue press ol
Cleveland and other places as a mirth
Miifitfe Kreger still continues to an
noy the Mayor's Court aud the police
men with her daily visits aud regular
complaints of Imaginary troubles. The
woman is, no doubt, in a condition to be
cared for by the proper authorities.
Next week the Street Commissioner
will lay aud repair all pavements for
those parties who were notified aud did
not do it on their own account. All
property owners will save added expense
by laying their owu pavements.
All .members of G. A. R. Post No. 25,
Canton Cadets, Sons of Veterans, and all
citizens wishing to attend the entertain
ment of Akron Post, on Thursday ulgut,
will please leave their names with C. J.
BockUis. Q. M., at Bockius shoe store by
Wednesday evening. Tickets 75 cents
for round trip, good on any train going,
and will return by special train alter
performance is over. Kverybody go
with your wives, your uncles and your
aunts. By order of the Committee.
William Cassiday was among the oc
cupants in the calaboose Saturday night.
ine calaboose was coia auu m ure ut
most ont. Cassiday commenced to fire
up, and in order to hurry it up poured a
quantity of gasoline in a funuel from a
can and threw it on the fire, almost in
stantly flames burst from the Btove, and
the spirits on his hand ignited, and it
was with considerable difficulty that he
put out the fire on his hand, aud not un
til it was badlv burned. City Physician
Schooner was called and attended to his
injuries which the physician says are
serious and will disable him from work
for a month. The case has been repor
ted to the Infirmary directors and he
will in all probability be taken to that
While In Columbus last week we
learned that Judge Thurman was getting
along with his broken arm; and we met
General Morgan with his broken right
arm In a sling and also doing well.
We met our old friend James B. Estep,
who Irres in Columbus, and found him
self apd family In good health. Mr.
Kstep's daughter Nettie of New York
city Is en a visit preparatory to starting
on a trip to Europe to be gone a year,
taking her young sister with her. Miss
Nettle has had her home from infancy
with her uncle and aaut, the late Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Hawk of New York.
Of course we called upon Secretary of
8Ut; Xewman.at his office in the State
House' and found him hard at work. He
Is attentive to his duties and always
glad to see his Democratic friends.
Sells' Great Exposition.
As a general thing complimentary no
tices, many of an extravagant charac
ter, precedes the advent of a circus
and menagerie, which after Its depar
ture Is as often suffered to depart with
out word of commendation. In justice,
however.) to an exhibition, or rather a
series af exhibitions comprised in the
Sells Brothers' Exposition, an excep
tion should be made, for positively it is
the only show of the kind in our remem
brance, that has truly and faithfully
filled every promise set forth in the ad
vertisements. We do not believe that
one of the ten thousand spectators who
witnessed the arenlc performances on
Monda night but will cheerfully ad
mit that they were the best and m s
unique that they have ever seen, mauy
hoinir of a aUrtlinfr and decidedly orig
inal character, as for example those of
the Daveoe, Stirk and Caron families.
The menagerie Is vast in proportion,
and choice in character, containing
among other curious specimens, two
large hippopotami, a monster rhinoce
ros, a herd of giraffes, and a school of
ea lions and leopards, besides, as tbe
bills announced, herds of elephants, Ac,
and at least 100 cages of animals. Tbe
hmu nl runniuff this organization
must be Immense, but tbe reputation of
the Sells Brothers will Insure them
wherever they exhibit. Em
phatically It Is by far the beet show ex
UntCtietgaTimes May JO. -
At Canton, wonuay, .apru "-
The New Body Opened and Considerable
The virtual opening of the new City
Couneil occurred ou Monday evening,
and as the weather was cold the sessiou
did not begin until 7:45 o'clock, when
President Shields called the Council to
order, with thirteen members present,
Mr. Rauch being the only absentee.
The minutes were read and approved.
Mr. Uiuer suggested that new rules be
formed for the ensuing year, which was
voted down aud the old rules prevail.
STANDING COMMITTEES FOR THIS YEAR.
The President theu announced the fol
lowing committees for the comingyear:
Vtays and Means Aies&rs. uiass, raw-
cett aud Werner.
Judiciary Warner. Hiner and Howen-
City Officers Murray, Wyant and wc-
Printing Rauch, Warner anowaguer.
Railroads Haines, Bast aud Werner.
Claims Uoweustiue, Class aud Hiner.
Fire Department Wyant, Murray and
Health and Cleanliness Wagner, Bast
Public Lights Fawcett, UcCammon
Water Department McCammon, War
ner aud Haines.
Streets aud Alleys Hiner, Fawcett
Sidewalks and Sewers Werner, Wyant
Relief Fund Bast, Hiner, Wagner,
Murray, Class, Uoweustiue aud Fawcett.
Public Buildings aud Grounds Presi
dent ex -officio, Fawcett and Rauch.
Which was left over from the old Coun
cil was disposed of.
A petition to pave Lafayette street
was referred to the Committee ou Streets
aud Alleys; also gradiug on W est North
street to name committee.
A petition for a gas lamp on Union
street was referred to the Committee ou
The straightening of West Fourth
street was relerred to the Committee ou
Streets aud Alleys, aud placiug a sewer
pipe on Peuusylvauia aveuue was given
iu charge of tue Committee ou aide
walks aud Sewers.
Dauiel Dewalt's petition for damages
to his properly ou the Public Square,
was relerred to the Committee ou Claims.
The Mayor's and Water Murks Trus
tees' report were relerred to the Com
mittee on City Officers.
lue bond ol Mayor Piero was accepted
aud placed ou tile.
The claim of the Cassilly estate for
reut ol Mayor's office was referred.
Au ordinance to accept Loutzeuhels
er's subdivision of outlol No. 105 to the
city ol (Jan ton was read three times aud
DEMocuAT.udvertisiug $ 12 &0
Hose Co. No. 7, services 8 40
i. W. Suxtou & Co., advertising.. 22 7o
liose Co. No. 0, services 1- Ou
Hose Co. No. a, services. 0 4U
barber & Pallou, oats 0 00
Volkszeiiuug, advertlsiug 3 oO
Wui. fcorduer, hay 10 uo
luruer Hall, reut o OU
P. L. Mauly, livery a ou
R. H. Adams, services (referred to
Committee ou Claims) b 10
Street Commissioner, luoor 2bli 7U
L. Dumout.merchaudise (relerred
to Relief Committee) - iu
The matter of the Waluut street sewer
came up aud the City Eugiueer was in
structed to make surveys aud estimates,
iu accord with the report or. tue bewer
Tue new bridge across West Creek ou
Tuscarawas street is to be raised a halt
dozeu feel aud a necessary chauge ol
grade was ordered, which is done with a
view to avoid overflow in times of high
Mayor Piero spoke about the propriety
of having a city pouud aud the subject
was referred to tue uuuuiug commuiee.
Lyman Eusigu was granted permis
sion to use a portion ol South Cherry
street for building material.
Tbe Committee ou Printing were in
structed to procure printed cards with
names sf committees.
Adjourued al 8:00.
Annual Neeting of the German Baptists—
For the benefit of those who wish to
attend the auuual meeting of German
Baptists, to be held at Bismarck Grove
Kausas. tbe .Peuusylvauia Company,
operating the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne &
Chicago, Cleveland & Pittsburgh, Erie
& Pittsburgh, Ashtabula & Pittsburgh,
Alliance, Mies & Ashtabula, aud North
western Ohio Railroads, will sell half
fare excursion tickets to Bismarck Grove
Excursion tickets will be on sale at
the Company's priucipal stations from
May 10th to loth inclusive, or will he
sent to any of the smaller stations on
application; they will be good to return
until Juue loth, 1883, iuclusive, and
will allow, one stop over, within the
time limit, at any intermediate station
on lines of the Pennsylvania Company.
This Company will send you to Bis
marck by the most direct routes, in the
quickest time and with the fewest
changes of cars. Please apply to agent
of tbe Company at any station, or to E.
A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, Pitts
burgh, Pa., for Information iu regard to
rates of fare, time of trains and connections.
Excursions to the West.
1st and 15th for Nebraska, Col
orado, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, Idaho,
Wyoming, Utah, California, Oregon, and
all parts of the W est. 2,000,000 acres of
U. P. Ry. Lauds for sale in Nebraska on
11 years' time at 6 per cent.
For rates, free maps, papers, &c, call
on or address IL H. Gkktino, U. P. Ry.
Land and Pass. Agt. Office, Deweese's
Hat Store, Canton, Ohio.
The Boss Bock.
Mr. Adam Knoblocb, the enterprising
Weet End Brewer, will have on hand at
the different saloons in the city the
"Boss" Bock Beer of the season on Satur
day next, also on Monday, (show day).
This Bock will be the finest beer brought
to this city. Those who enjoy the ele
gant "German lustre" will appreciate
the "Boss" Bock.
Pmf Ravnnlila. th meomerist had a
erowded bouse on Tuesday evening, be
ing his opening nigni. his experiences
with his stage subjects were very laugh;
Mesmerism, or psychology as it should
more properly be termed, is one of the
greatest studies in animal mag
netism, and is fully illustrated
Humnnitntwl hv Pmf. RnvnnlriH.
The Professor has been holding success-
full entertainments iu i,ieveiauu, u
troit, YouDgstown and other large cities.
He will give his entertainments In tbe
Opera House during the balance of this
Charles G. Lang, son of John B. Lang,
of Cleveland, formerly of Canton, stood
second at the examination for the naval
eadetsblp. Young Callahan took the
first honor and should anything prevent
him from accepting. Congressman
Koran will appoint young Lang. Both
are sons of Democrats.
OL.OTHINQ AND GENTS'
LOOK OUT FOR SQUALLS !
Our Preparations for tlie Spring are Completed, and
NOW WE M-SAXT BITSIITESS.
Our manufacturer has Just returned from the East and we are therefore pleased to
extend an Invitation to the people of Stark and surrounding
counties to give ns a boom by visiting our
GRAND SPRING OPENING,
And inspecting the LARGEST, HANDSOMEST and CHEAPEST stock of Clothing,
Hats and Furnishing Goods ever exhibited In Canton.
WE HAMMERED DOWN OUR PRICES
So low that it is unnecessary to mention
Assortment was Never Ho Large,
We have just received over 500 styles of Men's Suits, over 500 styles of Boys' 8nlts,
of which 73 styles are specially iutended for
Remember, all our Clothing is of our Own Manufacture, and In Style, Quality and
Workmanship, cannot be surpassed by any Merchant Tailor, while in
buying of us you save over 50 per cent, of your money. We
extend a special invitation to you to call and
look at our goods. Wethlnk it will
pay you. For that matter
we think it pays ev
eryone to visit - '
"Tina cmcAPEST stohs ht town."
PHILADELPHIA CLOTHlflG STORE,
No. 20 East Tuscarawas Street.
any single item. Suffice It to say:
uur rrices were never do iaw.
Circuitous Circus Combinations Which fail
Circuitous Circus Combinations Which fail to Connect---A Snide Ringmaster.
The agent of the "John B. Dorris"
"international Show" "12 Greut Shows
Combined," lithographed and licensed
here for May loth, has simmered like
the effervescent bubbles ou a glass of
circus lemonade. The ageut of Sell's
Bros, circus was here. Charlie Stowe,
the accredited "Boss" and gentlemanly
press ageut of Bariium, Builey & Hatch
isou's "Big show," was here. Somehow
it B'cart the "iuternatiouals." It there
fore must be a "oue horse" concern, or
they would have "faced the music," aud
showed up ou date. The auditor aud
ageut (?) tore up license and check for
same, and they silently left their old
lithographs aud quietly weut their way.
Our citizens here will not be afflicted
with this bunion upon their munici
pal foot ou May loth.
Lessons In Natural History--
Dedicated to the children of America.
We have been presented by Messrs. Sells
Bros., whose great circus aud menage
rie will show here ou Monday next, a
set of their liuely lithographed "Lessous
iu Natural History," consisting of beau
tiful colored plates of animals. They
are very meritorious works of art, re
presenting numerous strange auimals
of the dark African continent, which ap
pear in their show.
Ked Kaspberry Plants for Sale,
Of theCuthhert variety. For refer
ence as to quality enquire at the grocer
ies of Peter Fahrui aud Oldfleld & Sha
uafelt. Price per hundred $1. Orders
may be left at the above named grocer
ies, or by postal, or call at my residence
west of town. G. W.Oldfikld.
A dwelling with seven rooms, out
kitchen, good gardeu, fruit trees aud
other improvements, luquire at the
Stark mill, Charles J. Laiblin, prop'r.
Good linggr Mare for Sale,
Very gentle and true. Good under
saddle. Mce driver for a lady. In
quire at this otlice.
A stout, active boy to work about the
house, take care of horse aud milk
cow. J. F. Blakk, Caqton, O.
Oat straw, by the wagon load or in
bales, luquire at the otlice of
This Canton Glass Co.
Persons moving West or going
West prosyectiug should iiot fail
to cull ou or write for rates to II.
11. lKKTl.NO, otlice iu lie wees'
Hat Store, Cauton, O.
KUKTZ-KAYLKU On tbe 21st lnst., bf Jonathan a
Hudson, J. P., sir. John KurU and Miss Mars Kai ler,
buta of Huwsdsum. Stark count. Ohio.
KKeUNOKtt LITT1JC On tee 19U1 lnst., bj Her.
p. Herbruus. sir. Charles Kepllngar and Miss Anule
LUUe, botn of Stark county.
SOHKABKB-HorrMAH On the SSM lnst., br Iter
p. Harbruck, sir Lewis Scbearer and Miss Catharine
Huffman, botn of Stark county.
NEW YORK, April 24. 1883.
LOOS SIBH. ooaM nan
iuperWmwrn.W 76i4 IS Ungraded 6t)ao74ie
Oouimou.. .... 4 lbv4 oo
(jb)Hce 4 tUtfl -ih
No. a otta-io
OATS UN BKTTL.SD
Western mixed. .6196BC
Ultra Oblo.... 4 blti Bo
wtate wbeat.. tf bal 26
A Louis o 16V 25
pateut process, o ooaw OO waits weMern....ooaoao
W H KA T LA) W KU.
MT SCSI-Lift SOLS.
Ma 9 spring 1 06
Uugradd wnlte 1 UVal 25
UugTadedradl U4rl 24t4
Mu. -A red. .1 2Htfl VtaH
bay steady 5&a60e
Tallow sujady . .SHtrttSo
feggs western... loi7
Uu-d weak. 11 BOttll H5
Butter juiet loftuoo
steamer No2reu...dU Id
No 2 wnlu SUM
Pork Mess sil) Uttia it
Kurt LIBsaTT. AprU 24. 1888.
tiTTi.sHMelDta 2711 bead: market talr: sales
of prime at 16 600 00; good at & 76ud26i ccsnnnw
stk-4 ooao uu.
How-Heceipts 8,000 head; market Ann; sales of
Pnliadelpnlas at 17 VUtH 06: stalUinures at 17 600
1 71): iurserastl7 Socci 70:
sassr-Heoelpla 8200 bead; market slow sales ol
prime at 60 . 7 00; good at to OOaO 601 WMnmnn
at 16 0005 60
CANTON RETAIL MARKET.
CANTON, OHIO, April 25.
of tbe retail price to consumer! of tbe articles named
butts a, uan, ac,
applnButw. V gal .il 00 Ofieeee, f n 106)18
butter. V D...T 628 aaUS. V dos 10
Lard, V lb ,...16
UUB AND MBA I.
rioor. Vsack 0166 Com Meal. lb 2
Huckwbest Flour, Oat Meal, - 6
Oranasuriuur, y n s Hominy. Vql 1
VSXiBTAni.BI AND rkOITS.
Cabbage, bead beat Kalslus, m. . . . - -126) 1
Potatoes, V bushel 8lle Prunes, Turkish, . IU
rurulps, V buanel 26 lTOoesjTeneli.V 0)12020
UranbtBTUs. W at 18 Tomatoes, In can 16
Soup Deans. Vqt..lBsl
nal AND COBBD BTBATB.
resb Pork, vn....10918 Shoulders. ) m 1XU
Beef Steass. ...1219 Hreakau Uaooa. .. . 12
beef Roasts " ...loom Pork. V m 12H6)14
Dried Beat. 200 25 Veal. - .12MI
Hams.sui . !-.,. ID 10 Beef, boiling. - ...8dl4
Hams ountry. V IS....14 Pork Coups, " 14
tllTer Drip, gal 76 Common IMp, Vsl...B
Sud Drip, 60 M. U. s -Hs.es,. - ...80
Chickens, 10 Turkeys, SUITS. W 1
Ubloksus. diiasiirl. if a 16 Turkeys, dressed, lb. . 10
Wheat, eld ....ffll 10" Barley Jo"
nmZT 40 Kye 60l6
lau. aid .. Hay $10000 121X1
Own. eld......."!!.. Otorer lead one 00
tiers tt TunoUiy 60WS2 A
SCIIAEFER'S OPERA DOUSE.
Monday Eve'g, April 23rd,
To continue during tnat week.
TUK WOULD 1UCNOWNEO
wao ery recently for six weeks In tbe case Hall at
t'lereland by Ins performance, caused sucb great sen.
satlon. Orer 4O.OU0 at different times' witnessed bla
performance, f whlob all UM Cleveland papers spoke
In echUcy of praise.
Admission 86, MS. Besnrred seats 80e at Setger-s.
To provide for tbe acceptance of T. B.
Loutzunheiner'H subdiviHion of out-lot
Iso. Iti5 in the City of Canton, Ohio.
8btion 1. Be it ordsined by the city Council of tbe
city of Canton, Ohio. That T. tt. Loutseunelser's audl
tl'in to tbe city of canton. bio. laid out by plat data!
March a 1st. 1888. Is hereby accepted, and the dedica
tion of the streets and alleys tnereln Is nereby ratified,
accepted aud confirmed.
HsxrriON 2 'lnst this ordinance shall take effect
froin and after Its passage and legal publication.
Passed April 2 id. 1888.
B. 8. SHUtxIW, President.
ArrkST: K. U. OB1MI&. Clerk.
Jscob Kile, whose residence Is unknown, will take
notlre tbat on tbe 21st day of April, A. I. 1888. Solo
mon Wsrshtler Hied his petition In tbs Common Pleas
Cour 8tark eounty, Ohio. In case No. 2610, against the
above named Jacob Kile, praying f(s- a Judgment
sgslnst said Kile for the sum of lu8 B5. with Interest
thereon from the 12Ui day of July, 1888, fur so mucb
money psid by said aolomon Wsrshtler sa surety fur
sstd Jacob Kile upon s certain Judgment recovered by
one 111 ram uoesler agalust said aolomon Warabtler sa
sucb surety before tii-orge Holts, J. p. of Plain town
ship, stark county, Ohio, and that an order of attach
ment was Issued In ssld cause for said sum of tlod.85,
and Interest ss aforesaid and costs.
Haid Jacob Kile is required to answer on or before Uvs
8rd Saturday alter tbe Oth day of June, A. D. 1 888.
By alsiosh Wblti and Moms A siouabtt.
apr26-i,w tus Attorneys.
I wtsb to notify my mutomen and the public cnrtil
lj that I will remove mj shoe nop oo tlie lnt of May to
No. 477 Soutn Mariet street, where 1 will be pleaaed to
receive my old customers and a many new ouea na may
patronise me. SaUslacUon suarauuMyl.
aprl.7-w jf, J. WAONKB.
Whereas my wife, Matrdelena Pell on, left my bed and
board without just cautte or provocatloo on the 11th
lnst,, I therefor cautlun all twiaona against trustina;
bar on my account as I wlU pay no fleota of her eon
tracUns. taprJ5-4J MaTUIAH VILIAAJH.
Tlie untlerslinied will oPr fur sale at public auction
at th lau rlu nee of Hehry Archer, deHtd, oo (lie
12th day ol May, 1H83, the K'mmIs aud chattels of said
deoeaHil. O'lirtabtliite lu part ol carpenters' tools, lad
ders, l.tH'-S, Ac.
Hale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. Terms casb.
a pry 5 dw AM IS A AUCUH.
A week made at home by the Industrious.
liwt business now before tbe public. C'apt-
tU not needed. We will start yon. Men,
women, boys and girls wanted everywhere
to work for us. Now Is the time. You can
work In spare time, or give your whole time to the busi
ness. No other battnees will iay you nearly as well. No
one can fall to make enormous pay, by engaglns; at onoe.
Costly outfit and terms free. Money made fast, easily,
and botuirmbiy. Address Tusi uo., Augusta. MaUie.
PATENTS. Over Forty Pat
ents isHued and pending to
Stark t'o. inventors through
the Agency of Henry Fisher.
Charges reasonable and all busi
ness strictly confidential. Advice
58 High St., Canton, Ohio.
FOB BAD3 OB LKABK.
NOTES FOR SALE,
Several flntt-claas mortgage notes amounting to about
IH.lHiO. They bear 0 per cent, annual Intveref't and are
well secured by real estate tuortgagem. Call at the office
of jW nch. IK LjuctL.
Apr4-o w a ugriw BurniM, Agen.
Itenidence For Sale.
A residence nearer the Court House being greatly de
sirable In my present position, 1 will sell my suburban
residence on Cleveland avenue, containing 10 acres of
iavrwi. St. a low fi.iii-e. auu uuon easi. aua it oesirea. long
terms of payiueuts. .Immediate pomeMtoo will be
given. ITor terms apply to me at tne probate Office, or
at my nwldeuce. sauuatujri mrnxMAU
Canton, iecemoer s, .ho aj.-u'
Fine Home For Sale Cheap.
T-romn house on tbe corner of Newton and West
rourth street. Uood well, cistern and out-tMiiJdlngs.
Fruit of all kinds grapes, cherries, peaches, apples,
sse ttood enai house and shed, stable with floor In 11
and for two taorsee ana ougtry. uau
aacJ7tf oo cast t
ojsz Good mtallioin
al Norman and Canadian blood; weight 14(h) pounds
I. F. LASH,
febag-om 1 Vi mlirs west ol Boltvsr, Betnlebsm Tp
FARM FOlt SAX.E
In BslnbrMge, tteaasa ermnty, Ohio; tne farm belong.
Ing to ine late A. AraL Win be sold by bis eaacu
tors at private sale, or If not, will bs snlt) m ntihlle sale
about tne Ont or Movemoer. rarra eon uuns jam aenw.
Is pleasantly located, well waterea ana umbered, and Is
desirable lur eltner stock or grain.
Knaulre on tne prvnits i mu iiui w
bridge uenter, or X A. . sUtST, ttesaga Lstae. U.
twtt-dw A. Is. sUUtT. (
ON AUGUST 17
AFTER THE MINNOWS COMES THE WHALE.
AFTER THE BANTLINGS COME BARNUiYl
AFTER THE COMMONPLACE COMES JUMBO
AFTER THE PUNY WEAKLINGS COMES THE GIANT
THAT HOLDS THE KEYS OF WONDERLAND,
Which AV111 Pitch Its Eight Full Acres of Stupendous Tents in
CANTON, FRIDAY, AUG 17th.
I'ma Miii.ni my i i : ' ' mum
LORD OF ALL THE BEASTS.
Himself Alone the Show of Shows,
v Exhibited "Without Extra Charge,
And yet whom anyone would cheerfully pay a dollar to see.
BA.BNTJM AND LONDON SHOWS.
1,500 Tons of Superlative
MASSED IN A SOLID KILE
3 Biggest Circuses la 3 Separate
ormous menageries 1 rrodlglons museum -1
Huge Elevated Olympian Stage, and
THE GRANDLY CHEAT AND ONLY
Wltw Nearly Half Mile
With the crowning Zoological and Scientific Wonder
THE ONLY AMEItiCAN-DOKN
Nursing Baby Elephant
A Grand Menagerie of Performing Beasts.
Whole Free Caravaiis of Mammotlis on tlie Street,
Rings - - 2 most En
15 Open Dens of Wild Beasts in Parade,
10 GIGAXTIC L1VIK OSTRICHES.
Herfls of Rare ADimals Lei an- DriTtn Upon tlie HiliwaYS.
12 Difforont Hinda of IMusio
The Moat Moral, an Well at the MightieNt aud
Thousands Never Seen at An? Other
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Attracting the Greatest Crowds Ever Known
Cheapest Excursion Ri'tcs Ever (.ivea
Dointj All It Advertises and a Great Deal More.
IN WHOSE HONOR CONGRESS, STATE LEGISLA
TURES AND THE COURTS ADJOURN.
Who would pay 50 cents for one Small Potato in April, or May .when he
could buy a whole bushel of big ones for the same price
- by waiting until august 17th T