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Sept. 2, 1S75.
, Dog days.
Peaches and cream.
Sunflowers are in full bloom.
- Eat the bread of industry.
Hose, i cts., at Jos. Woerner's.
The campaign is fairly opened.
Sheriff Townsend is convalscenL
The big cistern is all right now.
The summer's heat has arrived at
The Jackson House is becoming
Attendance at Court last week was
British Hose 15 cts, at Jos. Woerner's.
Apples are in the market at 50 cts.
The crops are better than we ex
pected. Counterfeit fifty cent notes are in
Never take the advantage of a man's
Some people have a dread of news
; Has Preble county no "watermil
lions?" The Dovilhas finally invaded the
stronghold of Israel.
The Cincinnati Exposition opens
No town clock until after the next
. Eev. Marlay preached his farewell
sermon Sunday evening.
1 Notes of preparation for the com
ing school season are heard.
Ton can save money by buying cloth
Ingof Jos. Woerner.
v Sheriff Town send has eight board
ers, with room for seventeen more.
Mosquitoes never were so bad in
this locality. '
The street sprinkler is not so pay
ing as it was.
Hats, all the new styles, at Jos. Woer
- Th farmers say the corn is ripen
ing too rapidly to fill ont well.
Grapes which survived the frost
are being injured by mildew.
Good heavy Winter Suits for $8,00, at
Jos. Woerner's. '
The reason girls are lied back i
because they are so forward.
Look out rag weeds plenty and
the hay .fever on tho increase.
The school buildings are being put
in order for school, which opens next
Seventy-nine tickets sold from here
for the excursion to Cincinnati last
If the "girls "pull Ijack" much more
we may soon expect it to be fashiona
ble to walk backwards.
. It will take Israel township 20 years
- -to regain tho reputation she lost by
the recent slander suit.
See the Mens' Cassimcre Suits for
7,00, at Jos. Woerner's.
It is said that Van Pelt has agreed
to return to Ohio and stump for
Hayes. . .
One of oor young men proposes to
go to California and got up a "corner"
' in postage stamps.
They actually talk slander in the
land of Israel. Who would have be
lieved it ?
A good deal of the "true inward
ness" of Israel was developed last
' Lower leases present inducements
to our citizens since the warm weather
set in, but the mosquitoes are bad.
When the editor is away the "dev
il" can play, bnt when he returns hell
say we played the devil.
The 142 best water-proof Umbrellas,
$1,60, $1,80 and2,oo, at Jos. woer
ner's. Morton,' the great political somer-
sanltist will perform here the day af
ter Eobinson's big 6how.
' We are in receipt of the report of
proceedings of the seventeenth annu
al meeting of the Ohio S. S. Union
The two most ineffectual things in
the world are undoubtedly a blue
eyed woman's rage and a liquor law.
Charley Haines, Esq., of Hamil
ton, was on a visit home last Week,
Always welcome, old boy.
.'! r. For a good square lunch, and cool
' refreshments, go to J. P.Harshman s.
Billy Shields will do the honors &c
Socks 4c., 6c., 9c., 10c. and 12c, cheap
est ever Been, at Jos. woerner's.
. Harrison township has old wheat
enough to supply the entire connty
for a twelve-month.
The Begistek is trying to give birth
to a Catholic baby. . Hurry np, gran
ny, or the Commercial will beat yon,
Uncle John Robinson will be here
on tho 9th. Little Oliver Twist will
gyrate on the 10th.
Susnenders 15 cts., 20 cts. and 25 cts.
sold elsewhere from 30 cts. to 50 cts. At
If every farmer in Preble county
will contribute somethiug to onr next
Fair its snccess will be unprecedont
,., ed. . .
r; Tho-time for the running of the
trains changed materially last Mon
day. See the new Time Table in an
. other column.
The road commissioners are busy
everywhere repairing the roads, which
were terribly washed during the
Linen lined, folded edge Collars, two
boxes for 25 cts.; sold elsewhere at 25
cts per box. ' At Jos. Woerner's.
The Couuty Fair will soon be at
hand. Prepare something for it. Let
us keep up our reputation lor the best
Fair in the States.
The Know-Nothing Radicals have
no use for the Dutch and Irish until
the next war.
The Mineral Well has again attain
ed its usual strength. Tho surplus
water which rnn in during the rains
having been pumped out.
During the past week several fish
ing parties have goue to the Miami.
Dr. Tuttle is ahead, with two cat fish
weighing fifteen pounds each.
John Robinson takes "rag baby"
currency Oliver Twist performs
for gold and silver "you pays your
money, and you takes your choice."
There is a young man in town who
remains with his dulcini of evenings
until ho hears the old man coming, he
then leaps the front gate and flics.
Undershirts 10 cts., 20 cts. and 25
cts. See them at Jos. Woerner's.
Israel clothes herself with mourn
ing as with a garment, and wails.
She believes in having her damages
paid in gold.
There is no Government at Wash
ington yet. It is strung out between
Yankton, Dakota and Long Branch.
Oliver Twist is mad about it.
They have a school teacher down
in Israel whom the citizens of the dis
trict where he teaches use for a "gen
eral convenience." At least so a wit
ness swore last week.
The Radical party in Hamilton
county has sold ont to the Catholics.
Their Convention endowed the terri
ble "Geghan" law. It is a very love
ly and consistent party.
If yon think a cricket doesn't sing
very lond, ju6t get one in your bed
room when you want to sleep. and
then if you want topnt it out just find
White Shirts, $1,25, $1,50 and $1,75,
worth $1,75, $2,00 and $2,50, at Jos.
The funeral of Thomas "Winters, on
Friday last was attended by a large
concourse of citizens,together with the
Eire Company, of which he was an
Ike Monosmith has re-papered and
rc-painted his Billiard Hall and Res
taurant very neatly. Henry Shields
and Charley Lanfus did it. Drop in
any time you are desirous of whiting
away a pleasant hour in a cosey, quiet
' The sale of Geo. Wysong, on Friday
last was largely attended. Every
thing was sold except the threshing
machine, by Shields & Wilson, auc
tioneers. Uncle George and his fam
ily left yesterday morning for their
new home near Remington, Ind. May
health and good fortune attend them.
New style shirt, colored cord front,
$1 ,68, worth $2,50. At J os. AVoerner's.
Uncle John Robinson's great show
will be here Sept. 9th. The celebrated
trick mule, exhibited by the Clown,
will not be on hand, as it was killed
some weeks since, at Sandusky, by a
railway train. There will bo howev
er -thousands of curiosities well worth
seeing, and Uncle John takes "rag
money" for tickets.
Suits for $7,00, $8,00, $9,00 and $10,50.
Good heavy cassimer. Come and see
tlieni at Jos. AVoerner's.
The great Radical Know-Nothing
show will exhibit on Sept. 10th. Their
celebrated imported Indiana trick
jassack, Oliver P., will be on hands.
This valuable animal met with a seri
ous accident a few years since, but it
did not quite kill him, ho is only
"dead from the hips down," and can
bray as loud as over. As a changer
of positions he surpasses Uncle John's
mule. Which ono of the clowns will
introduce him is not yet decided.
Bills of the Gold Banks of California
alone received for tickets.
Yon can be mited to a dot, in quality,
stvle, pricifand fit, at Jos. Woerner's
Clothing House. His stock is always
larsre. Embraces the be?t of ready-
made Clothins. Piece Goods, Gent's
Furnishing Goods, and a complete
stcck of Hats and Caps. 2o better
workmen can be found than employed
The "Columbus Dispatch," a large
thirty-six column paper, published at
the State Capital, is published at the ex
traordinary low price of One Dollar per
year. And what is still more extraor
dinary, tliev eive every subscriber a
large cabinet size engraving of Govern
or Allen, suitable for framing, which is
worth the dollar Itself, to every sub
scriber. The Dispatch is one of the best
papers printed in the State. Send your
dollar and get the paper and likeness
which ought to hang upon the wall of
Neck ties from 5 cts. to 20 cts., at Jos.
John Robinson's Big Show.
The Wh day of September will long be remem
bered In the annals of Eaton, for on that day one
ot the greatest shows on the earth win glre
holiday exhibition to onr citizens. On that day
the famous John Robinson's world's Expostlon
win pitch lta tents, and present to the public the
vast wonders of a grand Menagerie, Aqnarium
and Circus. Old John Robinson's name and fame
are too well known to require much notice, but
this season he hss gone so far ahead of all prier ef
forts, that we yield him our personal Indorsement'
knowing how weU be merits it. He seems to
spend his Immense wealth with a generons hand,
and has this season lavished over sixty thousand
dollars more upon his mammoth show, which had
already cost over one million of dollars. The In
trinsic merit of his vast concern made him a sac-
cess, and the old adage that "success makes suc
cess" Is fully proved by his lifelong experience
and the liberal Indorsement of ministers and fami
lies, as weU as the pnblle in general. He has late
ly added several new features to bis Caravan, in
cluding Giraffes, an Immense Rhinoceros, Sea
Lions, Labrador Seals, a gigantic Ostrich, the
largest performing Elephant In America, Asiatic
and African Lions, forty new cages and deus of
wild beasts from every quarter of the globe, and
also added many thorough-bred hors to the
Circus, and engaged some of the best riders and
gymnasts of Europe and America. The entire
show Is so vast that a pen description can not do
it Justice, but we advise the public to go and see
it on THURSDAY, SEPT. 9th, and the day will
be ever after remembered with pleasure. The
grand street parade, which is said to excel any
thing in the United States, will take place on the
morning of the exhibition. Remember the day,
THURSDAY. SEPT. 8th, AT EATON. One day
M. Stnrin will come before the Citi
zens of Eaton and surrounding country
once more, with a new use of Hat
and aps all of the latest styles and
variety. He will sell his Summer Stock
SO per cent, below cost, in order to
make room for his Lmaeuse Fall acd
Winter Stock. '
John Robinson's Big Show. Don't Go, Dear Jakey, Don't Go!
You're beard of the "Boss" who got lost;
Ha started to leaye us yoa know.
But the people's prayer to the "city Mayor"
Was Don't go. dear Jakey, dont go!
It was once said here, he loved lils beer.
With whisky too, was not so slow.
But now he's arrayed with the crusade!
O, dont go, dear Jakey, dont go!
He joins the ranks of bonds and banks.
Although bis casta is mighty low,
A bullionlst with empty fist !
Don't go, dear Jakey, dont go !
He leaves the yard where work Is hard.
He leaves the reaper, plow and boe.
He Joins the Bads what for! tbeir "scads !"
Dont go. dear Jakey, dont go!
Ha ttot he had done It bad,
When he brot his piece, yeu know.
Although a Crat, he couldnt come that
Don't go, dear Jakey, don't go!
His troubles all lie In his conceit.
But cannot hnrt.no, Jakey, no!
He can't tell ties unto the wise
Dont go. dear Jakey, dont go.
He stands aloof and asks for proof.
Facts were tacts, not long ago
Truth will survive the wreck alive
Dont go, dear Jakey, dou't go.
His heart beats Cut, he cannot 1 ast.
He looks aback and sees his woe.
And we array ourselves and pray
Dont go, dear Jakey, dont go.
Go and get the EATON BELLE Col
The ladies of the Unlversnlist Church
intend holding a Fair and Festival on
the evenings of the 2d 3d and 4th of
Sept., at the City Hall. The Hall will
be kept open both day and night free
in day, an admission fee will be charged
in the evening. The eveninc entertain
ment will be intersnerced with Wax
Figures. All that want to spend an
eveuing pleasantly should go. The
money will be used in aidof the new
R. Reynolds sells the cheapest STO-
M. Sturm Is the only man in Eaton
who keeps a full line of Men's and
Youth's Collars and HATS.
R REYNOLDS will do your Roofing
and Spouting .cheap, and take "rag
uiuiicT iur pay.
Every human being should perform
some sort of labor, either mental or
physical. Tho piece of machinery
that stands exposed to the weathor for
a few years becomes so rusted that it
must ue repaired oeiore it will per
form tho f mictions for which it was
ntended. The same is true of tho
mind and body; idleness corrodes
the one and unfits the other for its
duties in the great machinery of social
life. If it were nossiblo for tho hu
man race to live in idleness for a cen
tury, we would degenerate into idiot
ic animals, with constitutions too ef
feminate for the purposes of self-pro
tection. Philosophers tell us that the
sins of the parent are visited upon
the child to the third and fourth gen
eration. If this bo true as regards
the matter of diseases, is it not also
trneconcerningourpliysical strength ?
Because the immediate descendant
does not inherit the talent of the par
ent, it does not by any means fo.low
that the vigor of miud has been lost
to the human family. Labor of a
physical nature is not only not de
grading, but our bodies require it iu
ordor that we may enjoy good health,
possoss also clear and distinct understandings.
GotoR. REYNOLDS for cheap tin
Go to Sturm, if von
want to buy
very. CHEAP GOODS.
Killed by the Cars.
Kcv. Isaac W. Denm.in, aged 80
years, a well known Baptist Minister,
and only brother of Mrs. Maria Ilnl-
bnrt, of tin's place, wns killed at LodI,
Ind., on Saturday afternoou last, by
being run over by n train on tho Ind
ianapolis & St. Louis R. R.
Pasts, Vests, Coats, Collars.
Ties, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks
and Valises, at Stubm's.
Mr. J . T. Jackson, formerly of the
Phillips IJouse, Dayton, has leased the
"Doty House," of Eaton, and has thor
oughly renovated and refitted the same,
ana opened it under the name of "Jack
sou House." No better Hotel man lives
than Mr. Jacksou, and we hope to see
him succeed in his new enterprise.
Sept. 2, 1875-w3
I will sell, for the next 20 days, stoves
cheaper than they have ever been
bought. I want to close out as many
as possible, in order to make room for
my Fall Stock. Call and see me.
This Military Company recently
organized, having received their new
nniforms, propose giving a Grand
Parado ere long, also a Pic-nic on the
11th, at tho Devil '8 Back Bone, near
Camden. It has been suggested by
some, that they be employed to per
form police dnty during the coming
Fair. It is a good suggestion aud we
hope tho Board of Directors will give
it a favorable consideration.
The Phrenological Journal for September has
been received, and so well does a perusal reward
us for the time expended therein, that we advise
our friends to read It. What Is it about? These
are the principal topics, In our opinion: David A.
Wells, the American Economist, witn an excel
lent portrait; Paul or Apollus-Wulch is Right!
ulns of Ignorance; Hans Christian Andersen, the
Danish author; Controlling Circumstances; Our
Country Schools, illustrated; Absorbing Power
Interest on Money, with Tables a powerful argu
ment which our farmer friends should read; Count
Waldeck, who died at one hundred and nine; Re
sponsibility of Criminals, by Prof. L. X, Fowler;
The late ex-President Andrew Johnson, with two
portraits; besides valuable miscellaneous Items
and editorial matter, all very interesting. Price
cents, or A3 a year. Address S. R. WELLS fc Co.,
737 Broadway, New York.
Oodey's Lady's Book for September is before
and the colored fashion plates, elegant designs snd
instructions for fancy work are fully up to
usual high standard. One copy, one year 93. The
oldest Magazine In America. Address X..
GOIEY, X. E. Cor. Sixth and Chestnut Streets.
Money I want and will sell Summer
Goods at and below cost.
Go to Sturm for Xo. 1 Clothing.
Everybody says Sturm can sell cheap
er, and more Goods than any man
the Country. Call and see his New
Sturm needs money,
him; he sells cheap.
Go and buy
Go and get one of the latest styles
HATS, at Sturm's.
Go and examine
Stock of Hats.
Case No. 3CG4.
A. P. Young, Adm'r. &c.,l Order of
vs. S- Sale on
Joseph McDonald & wife. ) Mortgage.
BY virtue of a second pi uri us order
of sale issued from the Court of
Common Pleas of Preble county, Ohio,
in the above stated case, and to the
Sheriff ol said county directed, I will
offer for salo at public auction, ntvilie
door of the Court House, in Eaton,
On Saturday, Oct. 2, 1875,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
m., tlic following premises, situate m
Preble county, Ohio, and described as
as follows, to: wit:
Being 40 acres, strict measure, out of
the west half of the south-west quarter
of Section number 5, Township 6, Range
2, cast, it being the cast Malt or said
quarter and out of tho south end of the
Also, the east half of the said south
west quarter section, except however
that portion of said east half quarter
that is situate on the east side of Paint
creek, being about tour acres of ground.
Appraised at $
TERMS One-third of the purchase
money cash In hand, one-third in nine
months and the residue in eighteen
mouths from the day of sale, deferred
payments to be secured by mortgage on
the premises, and to bear 6 per cent,
interest from dav of sale.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Foos & Fisiieh, Att'ys.
Sept. 2, 1875-tdi- prf $7,80
Case So. 3633.
ISAAC X. WELSH. 1
vs. J-Order ofw&le on
STKiu.i.iu i). rui i LB, et ai; Mortgage.
PURSUANT to a pliirlna order of sale Issued from
the Court of Common Fleas, within and fiirilie
county of Preble and State of Ohio, In the above
stated cnsp.and to the Snerlffof said county di
rected, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the
rilh.rv..., 1T..HU In Vol a..
On Saturday, Sept. 11, 1875,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, n. m.. the fol
lowing premises, situate in Katon, Preble county.
oniu, aim uescrim-u s iuiiuwb, io-wh :
Beinz In the north iiart of the town nf Kntnn.
and being all of oat-Iiot number 2u. as numbered
and designated on the plat of out-Lots laid ,.ut by
Pleasant Jennings as an addition to the original
plat of oul-I.nts of the said town of Eaton, and on
the north of said original plat of oat-Lots, baid
ont-Lot coniains at. acres, more or less.
Also, tho Ibllowin tlesc.ilied rent estate, sllnale
In kjmon. Oh o. to-w t : Items al orln-Iwit num
ber3, as humhered and designated on the plat of
sain town, which was into on into town L.otsann
an addition to the original plat of iu-Lots of the
piaueti i,y me tjoinnnssioners 01 t'reoie county
Also, the following described real estate, to-wlt:
11, W. VI A 14, of Samuel Hltt'le's sub-division 'of
Lot nonibor lit. in riensam .lennings' addition to
the out-Lots ol said town of Eston.. Appraised at:
lii-ioi ixyt .. i f . f
Out-Lots No. 1 A 3 . 1J0
Z A 4.
3V acrt tmct
TKRM90FSALR One-thtnl CMh.nne-th.nl In
9 nionilm anrl cie-third in Ifi nonths from day or
nale; sleferrefl payments to benr 6 per win. Inter
est, aud to be BucureU by mortgage on tlie pretn-
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
R. W.Qf!N!f, Att'y.
Auk. 12. is7i-ul prf 90,0
Case No. 3G21.
James P.. Welsh, 1
vs. I Order of S.le on
Win. A. Swihartaud j Attachment.
John S. Peters. J
Y virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Pleas,
of Preble county, Ohio, iu the above
stated case, and to the Sheriff of said
county directed, I will -ffer for sale at
public auction, at the door of the Court
llou;e, in .baton,
On Saturday, Sept. 25, 1875,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
the tollowins property: J he south
east fractional quarter of Section num
ber 20, lownship 7, Kanjie 2, cast, and
situate in Gasper township, Pieble Co.,
Ohio, containing ldU acres ol land. -
The property or interest of John S.
Peters thciein, which interest is the re
mainder of said premises to tho said
John S.Peters, after the death of his
mother, Elizabeth Peters. Appraised
at 11,000. Terms cash.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Foos & Fish Kit, Att'ys.
Aug. 26, 1875-tds prf. $5.80
Notice to Merchants.
NOTICE is hereby given that no one
shall sell any member of my fam
ily goods of any kind, on my credit, as
I shall not stand responsible.
WILLIAM C. CULIEGEE.
THE undersigned hits been duly ap
pointed Executor of the last will
and testament of Christian Smith, late
of Eaton, Preble county, Ohio, deceas
ed . JVX AT HAiN S Hi HM.
Campbell fc Gilmore, Att'ys.
Wheat, per bus ,
Corn, per bus
Hnrley, er ....
Oats, per '"'
Rye, per bus
Tlmothy-swd. per bus.
r lax-seeu, per bus
r " '" "
Ed. Democrat Phase announce the
name of W. P. Dugginsas an Independ
ent candidate for Connty Treasurer,
subject to the derision of the voters at
the October election, ana obhjre
Editor of Democrat You will please
announce to the voters of Preble coun
tv. that John R. Bcatv will be an Inde
pendent candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, at the nest October
election, and oblige Many voters.
Editor Democrat Please announce
my name as an Indepedcnt candidate
fo? re-election to the office of Clerk of
the Court of Preble county, subject to
the decision of the voters at the polls on
tlie 12tlt dav or October.
W. D. QUINN.
Worth its Weight in Cold
Undoubtedly tho greatest modern uis.
covcry iu medicine is DaCosta'8 Radi.
cal Cure for Dyspepsia, Sick Head
ache. Sour Stomach, Costiveness, Bil
iousuess, Loss of Appetite, distress after
eating aud all dif orders caused by indi
gestion or a drrangetl liver. Its results
are astonishing, and sure relief is guar
anteed in everv case where it is faithful
ly used. It tones up the stomach, reg
ulates the liver, restores the natural ap
petite, strengthens tno delicate, and ex
pels all morbid humors from the sys
tem. Tvnho d and Bilious lever might
in almost everv case be prevented by its
timely use. A very few doses will re
lieve, and a little perseverance cure
you. Sold by Michael & Sox.
AtlgUSC 2t, 18i-llU
"VTotice is hereby given that sealed pro-
JJ r osals will be received at the Audi
tor's Office, in Eaton, Preble Co., Ohio,
up to 12 o'clock, noon, of Monday, Sep
tember 13, isia, tortne construction
the abutments and superstructure of
Bridge across Barta's Creek, rn tb
Eaton and Lewisburg Free Turnpike,
3 miles Xorth East of Eaton.
The abutments wi l be of the best
quality ruble masonry, laid in good
lime mortar, and will contain some 300
perch of masonry. The superstructure
will be of wrought iron, (M) feet clear
Specifications may be found on file
for inspection, in tlie Auditors office.
on and after September 1st.
The Board of Commissioners reserve
the right to reject all bids if not deemed
By order of the Board.
W. I. BARX111SER,
Aug.19, 1875-iw. Aud.
Which, in addition to the half million
ager has ever presented
11 wmWw mr .1! !
2 n i& S i ' ays 11 .l- WSr
Each complete and unsurpassed in itself, and, taken together, the immense concern is so vast in its proportions, that it does not move by the common
means adopted by smaller concerns, but requires, instead, several special trains to transport it from one city to another.
Among its myriads of rare, expensive
:ETJ:R-0:EIi:, ASIA, AFRICA ArCJD AMERICA
Showing the marvelous and awe-aspiring handiwork of the All-wise and Omnipotent Creator. Among the special
i.ndmany other unsurpassed Curiosities that are special features, and not
Where the talent employed is unequaled, and comprises the highest' order
- . ' J. 1 . ,.' . , , , , j.
ful Trick Horses in the land. The public, ana particularly scnoois ana iamiues, areaisureu wan mis uqmiuuiun m nuuuut ui.ii., u uu,...5 .
said or done that can offend the most fastidious taste of a refined or high-toned community. Its chaste and classic performances have received the-
patronage and fullest endorsement ot devout, unit wcii-kuowu
CLERGYMEN, SENATORS, STATESMAN, TEACHERS,
And Heads of Families throughout the entire Union. Among the illustrious and world-famed Artists in this department are the incomparable-
The most finished and graceful equestrian and general performer now living,
and the Champion Double Somersault Leaper of the World, having receiv
ed the first prize medal at the Great Paris Exposition.
Miss Emma Iakc,
The most graceful, charming and
1 ,11 t. t.
SlOn, WHO Will appeal uu eauu pcuuiimmw mum Baiuuismn5 vuunvugu i f
Manege Act, introducing her famous thoroughbreds, "Duke Alexis," J-
Trick Pony "Emir," and the great Leaping Horse "Bonnie Scotland." i
FOUR GREAT CLOWNS:
JOHN LOWLOW'S Performing Doss and Monkeys,
These extraordinary animals have
The current expenses of this vast
Male performers, fifteen Lady Riders,
!AIIiY OF NEAKM $2,000. '
Agreeable to a long established custom of giving a
AMB MIiIAY ' STREET PAMABE.
This Monster Show will, on the morning of the day of caeh exhibition,- between the hours of nine and ten, form a
&RHID PROCESSION! OF BASKEiklEJG- SPZjSIEDOR,
Unsurpassed as a Moving Panorama of brilliant Chariots, Wagons, Cars, Cages, Carriages, Dons, Animals, Bands of Music, Horses, Wild Beasts, and"
Moviuf Pictures of bewildering beauty, representing a lavish outlay of
Two Performances Daily,
One Ticket Admits to all, ami the price of admission is no more than charged lv smalh-r shows, with only one
25 cents extra. Don't forget the day and date, TIIUK6DAY, SEPT. !nh, INT-I. "
1TSEI.F ITS OMEiY PAHAIiliEIi.
Hmri Y-'-'iiii'rrrii't '
dollars already invested, -renders it
to the public. I his mammoth baow
and wonderful Animals and Monsters,
daring-young Horsewoman in the
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been trained to a degree of excellence hitherto unattempted.
concern, with its many hundred Beasts, Birds, sixty Ponies, one thousand
and other features, too many to enumerate, amounts to a
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the most complete, attractive and remarkable exhibition the veteran Man-'
comprises, among its most promineut
contains generous contributions from
si.init or jriojYSTEU in.ii.viiit EZ,i;rn.i.vTS,
that cost 40,000 in Gold.
IjIVIjYG GIRAFFE, that
v.l FO.V19FKOUS ISIj.ICK S UJIM T.f .V IUIM.YO CE-Af-M
tins, trpiirhimr Three Tons, and cost ins: 815.000'
If rove of Fifty-two Diminutive Ponies.
Giant African Ostrich, Twelve Feet High.
Drove of Dromedaries, Camels and Sacred Cattle'.
School of Monster sea Jutons ana Aeais.
Vast Collection of Rare and Expensive Wild Animals'
HERD OF MONSTER ELEPHANTS,,
Drawing a Golden Chariot.
Besides an almost unlimited number of the most remarkable and expensive"
Wild Beasts, Sea Monstefs
owned' or controlled by any other traveling exhitntiou in the world. In ad-'
of Brilliant Equestrians, Daring Gymnasts, Wonderful Acrobats and Beanti--
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leatures, a complete and
Land, Sea and Air, and from every'
novelties will be exhibited
cost SI f,00 in Gold.
and Wonderful Bisds
Men and Horses, forty Musicians, fifty-
L 1L ami .
Daors open at 1 and 7 P. JW.
or two tents.
Beservcd Cushion Seats
Aug. 26, 1875-2t