Newspaper Page Text
TERMS : $2,00 per Year, in Advance. IT1KKU, 0 VUIEKS.IT, JILT t, 1SJS. WTXLUX UTEZEL, Editor ana Pnprtete. INDEPENDENCE DAY. OLD FASHIONED CELEBRATION IN WARREN. The committee appointed to make the necessary arrangement for celebrating oar 87th Rational Anniversary in a manner worthy the oocaaion hare the pleasure of announcing an attractive and pleasing programme the leading features of which areas follows: Rational saints of thirteen -runs at sunrise. Grand parade of Firemen, at 10 o'clock, A. au, headed by the Warren Comet Band and Nile Martial Band. Alter passing through the principal atreeta the procesion will proceed to the Park where an oration will be delivered. T. J. MdLain, Jr., Orator of the day. Judge C E. Glldden, President of the day. Bev. X. PBaily, Chaplain. After dinner the programme will con tinue aa follows; Playing of the fire steamer, 1. 27. Daw son, at 1, p.m. Boat rase oa the Mahoning at S p. x. Premium f 10. First S ; Second f3 ; Third J2. Foot race at 3 o'clock. Single Dash around the park free to all. Premium 110-45 to first; f3 to second; 2 to third. Brass and Martial Bands will furnish enlivening musio doling the day. In the evening there will be a magnificent display of fireworks. The third annual reunion of the North Eastern Ohio Editorial Association was held at Canton, on Thursday and Fri day of last week. There was a good at tendance and the press of the 17th and 19 ih Congressional Districts waa repre sented by a goodly number of editors and publishers of newspapers. The Cantoniana entertained the Association with lavish hospitality and made our stay among them an oocasion long to be remembered. Canton is one of the moat flourishing cities in the State, hav ing made gigantic "progress during the past twelve year in manufacturing in dnstries. Concerning what we aaw and learned of the business reaouroes and prospects of Canton, we propose, at an other time, to have something to aay. i e 1 . Oa Tuesday of last week, a fire oc curred In Ashtabula, which eonaumed the plaining mill of Streeter, Giddings ft Co. Hillyer's shingle mill in the rear was also entirely destroyed. -The fire communicated to the Pbenlx Block a .large brick block, occupied by W, A. Ellis, aa plow handle factory, and Frink A;Wlre, as a machine ahop, which were entirely destroyed.' Total loss i timated at from twenty to twenty-five thousand dollars. Capt. Win. Watroua had a leg broken In two places, and sev eral were exhausted by the Intense heat. Jesse R. Grant, father of President Grant, died at Covington, Ky on Sun day evening last. . He waa born in 'Westmoreland Go. Pa., la 1794. The , immediate oauae of his death was soften ing of the brain and spinal marrow. He -was struck with paralysis about a year ago, and had been sick a ince then op to the day of his death. A cable dispatch reports the death of Hiram Powers the great American sculptor, who died In Florence Italy, Friday June 27th. He was sixty eight years of age and had resided In Italy fur about thirty years. The tact . that be was a cltlseaof this country is cherished by all Americans. ' - Alonao J. Morgan, a freight agent at Geneva, Ashtabula county, committed suicide oa the 23d Inst, by shooting him self with a pistol. He waa twenty-four years old, of a quiet disposition, and good character. His last ueasage waa "Poor health for the past eight years will account for what I have done.'.' ' Mrs. Mattie KcClellan Brown is on her way to England aa the accredited representative of the Good Templars of Ohio. The Crops. WasimroToir, June 25. The lollow is official report of the condition of the wheat crop : Winter wheat is mostly harvested. Of 7.S3 counties from which reports have been received, 802 are above tbe average, 1GS average, and SSI below. Of 800 oo tin ties reporting spring wheat, 103 are above the average, 115 average and 68 below. The average of winter wheat is somewhat increased, though many fields have been winter killed and plowed np for spring wheat and other crops. Tbe average of spring wheat is very largely increased, and especially in the north west, it is unusually promising. The indications of the crop of 1873 are con sidered st least equal to those of June, 1872, when the department estimated tbe prospective crop at 260.000,000 bush els. Subsequent favorable conditions of growth raised the first estimate of tbe year in the annual report of 1872, notyet published, to 249.997,020 bushels. With equally favorable conditions the yield mar be safely set down at 250.000.000 bushels. Insect ravage however, are reported tn sprint wheat, indicating a eenona toss la some localities, OATS. An increased aoresge and an Improved yield of eats are indiosted in tbe majori ty of the States. Ih maximnm condi tion, 113, is found in Virginia, and the minimum, 83, la California. RYE. Twenty-four states report en Increas ed, and ten decreased acreage of winter rye. Sixteen states report the condition hon thm aranM. two an avarase. and tbe remainder below. , Tbe maximum condition, 110,. is found in California; the minimum. 83, in Illinois. .Spring rye is redorted in only ten stales ; the maximum condition. 108. in Kansass; the minimum, 79, in Indiana. BARLEY. The condition of winter barley varies from 65 in Kentucky, to 108 in Kansas. It ranges from 83 in Indiana to 114 in Missouri.. , . V On and after' to-morrow, says' the New York Tribune of the 28th, the new Pennsylvania Air-Line to Bal timore, Washington and the South will be open tor travel. From Phila delphia it ruus through Lancaster to Columbia, where the Susquehanna river is crossed, and thence, by way of York, to Baltimore. Tbe great tunnel under the city being complet ed, passengers ars sow, -carried through without the tedions. delays attending tbe transfer by horsepower. Tbe road is double track, laid, with steel rail and stone ballast. .The ronte follows very closely on the one so long and zealously advocated in Congress by Thadoeus .Stevens, aa the National Air-Line between Washington City and New York. Two express trains will run entire between New York and Washington city dally. .. .. , The Boston Pilot, the organ of the Catholic Church In that section of tbe country, takes strong ground In favor of paying workmen their wages on Monday Instead of Saturday. It says : "Moo's lives are wasted, tbeir families ruined, tbeir morals esarder-i d. by tbe spendthrift habits formed' on Saturday night, the night of full I pockets and no work ahead. This' is I the night of terror to numberless1 poor families in all great cities." I CORTLAND. (Which was Baconsburg.) An Hour with our Merchants. EsrroB Chkomclb : An hour with our merchants will convince any visitor that, for tbe amount of noise they make, they are offering as good an assortment of as good a quality of goods in their re spective lines of trade, and at as fair pri ces sa can be expected or desired. We mean to aay that this is the general rule. As to the men who wait among the nice and useful wares they have to sell and anxiously show yon what they have, and as anxiously (not any more anxious ly) endeavor to ascertain what you have, we shall not try to express ourselves (singular number) because it is none of our (ditto) business. Suffice it to aay that no one doubts their being strictly honest, for he (or she) will discover at once that these have onoe been farmers, or doctors, or mechanics ; and no one ever supposed that persons reared in these avocations could be otherwise. We had a pleasant walk among our stores this morning, and some of oar Impressions (not all of them) we will give the reader. We take our depart ure from the corner of School and Main atreeta. Passing down Main street, the first establishment we enter is the fur niture Btore of Bobison ft Wilber. We meet here as fine a stock of furniture, and aa fine a man to sell it as this section affords. Everything is new and in style. Everything Is in order. Everything looks clean and fresh. These gentle men are doing a good business for them selves and the community. They also have a good hearse and are prepared to attend funerals in a neat and satisfacto ry manner.. We next cross the street to tho south side and etep Into the store-room of W. A. Craft, dealer in Boots and Shoes. Here, before his fine stock of feet furni ture, one feels like kicking his old boots to the moles and bats, -or his debtors, one can hardly tell which. Upon the opposite side of the same building, Mr. Vinton has a stock of.jewelry, and is prepared to put our time-pieces into running order, which he will do hand- aomely. Passing back in the same buid- ing, anew feature tn the form of a print ing press, meets your view. Here Mr. Craft turna off all kinds of light print ing and in a respectable shape. A job printing office is a new thing for our town but we thick rather a fine institu tion. We have recently had a call to the editorial chair of this new depart ure, but Owing to our exceeding modes ty we have respectfully declined. RecroBslng the street to the north side is the la the stove and tin shop of Jacob Kinnamau, dealer in stoves, tin and hollow-ware. "Jake" is alwaya ready for business, and always ready to do busi ness in a business-like manoei. He will furnish an excellent stove of any desirable pattern to eook your potatoes on, any kind of a kettle to cook them In, eaves-troughs to catch tbe water to cook with, and a tin roof attached to your eayea-trougbs. So that if yon don't have anything to eat it will be because you nave ao money or no appetite Jake won't be to blame. And then next door west is a fine place to get your potatoes, or any other element necessary to this "natural man." Here Mr. 1L G. Ba oonia ready to wait upon yon to as good a bunch of stomach lining as yon de serve. Besides, that, Mr. B. has struck; struck two ways. First for ready pay, and second for smaller profits. He says it is working well. Of course this strike hurt somewhat ; hurt some of us fellows who bad been running our faces until they looked like s platoon of brass ket tles. Bat there is no class of the com munity tliat will be so much benefitted by the strike ss we. ' Next door is onr only Hardware store. Here bss been a change. The firm of Had sell ft Camp has been changed to Camp ft Barnes. We are sorry to lose Mr. Hadsell from behind the counter for he was always obliging, prompt, snd ennck full of fun; ' but in nis successor. Mr. Barnes, we gain a gentleman and s businessman of tbe first quality. Mr, Camp is a man of sterling integrity, and ice new nrm moves on prosperously with a nne stock or goods. Crossing the railroad, we are intro duced into Broadway street. And now, Mr. Editor, my native timidity and backwardness did not permit me to enter but one store-room. The name Broadway, produces a start of dread in tbe mind of a younir man raised in the country. He thinks of his bbz boots, his bitt hands and long arms, and unmanageble feet, and stiff neck and such u tte. nut we uia visit one. tand it belonged to the staunch old firm of Richards ft Son, dry goods merchants; always ready and willing to show you a respectable stock' of goods. Here we met our friend Mr, Hathaway: whose acquaintance we first formed in the grocery store of Hathaway ft Bacon, and who is as studious .and courteous as ever in at tendance to customers. Passing up Broadway to Market st. we call first at the storeroom of O. Gates. This is occupied by B. F. Ed wards, with a stock of dry goods and clothing. The dry goods he has re cently added. Any one who is ao- auaintod with Mr. Elmer Caldwell. the salesman here, would expect to see a store-room in which cleanliness and perfect order remained ; and so we were not- aiaappointea in this. If you expect to find a good quality of goods here, you will not be disappoint ed; ana if you expect tn nna them selling at very low prices, you will not be disappointed. v wish this new house suocess, while we hasten to to tbe Drugstore of Dr. Strickland for a smoke and some quinine ; we were very thankful to the gentleman ly and scientific proprietor for that fine Havana, but we never had grace enough to thank a man for a dose of quinine, unless there was something else with it-' If it takes a scientific man to prescribe medicine, it takes but little less to fill a prescription safely and handsomely. . In our drug gist, we have all that could be asked in the way of prudence in buying and preserving drugs, and. care and accuracy in disuaing them. We cross to tbe south side of Mark et street, and the first door east of Uncle Ben'a Hotel, is the wholesome family grocery store of Mr. Bice Had sell. Here we pause and put our qui nine nnder a glass of sparkling soda water, and wish the stream was as long as the Mississippi ; Mr Hadsell is doing clean business in dispens ing the needed sustenance to our hungry families, in such a genial, good hearted way, that you feel sjood at once: and better, when he tells your bow cheaply you are buying; and but when you come tOBurround his choice, fresh groceries. Now we will "sit down here and refresh our selves," and next week tell you some thing about our manufactories. Since writing tbe above, we have attended tbe eutertaiument given by the High School here, under the management of the' Principal, Mr. Bowen. We have space to say but little of what we desire to aay; but this much must be written, it was a fine affair; especially when we con sider the age and experience of those taking a part in it. The Disciple Church was well filltd, and the ap preciation of tbe exercises was attest ed by the hearty applause which fol lowed each exercise. The Band dis pensed music of the first order be tween scenes, and all went off merri ly. It was announced Utat the school would continue, after a summer va cation, but it is not yet certain whether Mr. Bowen will take charge of It. We respectfully suggest to our fellow citizens that it would be in perfect order for us to take some in. terest in the matter of an Academy , is oar town. No other section this side of Hiram is so favorable for building up large school as this point. i . I June 28. L R, a. Allegheny College. It la the invariable decision of a visitor to Meadville, Pa., that for fine location, and natural advantages, it has few rivals among Northern towns. It was, without doubt, this fact that suggested to its citizens the propriety of founding a college. Measures were commenced in June, 1815, and on July 4th, 1817, the necessary build ings were completed and the College formaly opened. Until the year 1S33, the College was under Presbyterian rule. At that time it was transferred to the Erie and Pittsburgh Conference of tbe Methodist church, under whose direction it has since remained. Thursday, June 2Cth, was the occa sion of the fifty-third commence ment ; it was an affair of unusual in terest for the reason that the first lady graduate received her degree of A. B. It will be remembered by those ac quainted with the past history of the institution, that the authorities re solved to follow the example of many other colleges in the land, namely, to admit ladies, subject to the same ex aminations as gentlemen. The first year a few ladies ventured within the College walls; their success Induced others to improve the same opportu nity, and at the present time the cata logue numbers nearly twenty. The class of '78 numbered fifteen, and never has a graduating class gone out from the College with fairer pros pects in life. Eight will pursue tbe study of law, three medicine, two have secured veiy good professor ships in thriving schools; one goes In the fall to Japan to engage in the la bors of a missionary, and the lady graduate proceeds to Germany to com plete musical studies. At a meeting of the Alumni of tbe College, it was decided that for the future each class will elect one of its members to deliver a Master's oration, at the third year after graduation. This circumstance will add new inter est to the commencement exercises, by bringing the members together oftener, consequently tue year 1674 is looked forward to as oneof unusual interest. At a meeting of the trustees, Pres. Loomis, to the surprise of everybody, handed in his resignation, to take effect the first of January,lS74. At last accounts no action bad been taken. With a first-class board of instructors, well arranged curriculum, and a $40, 000 cabinet, Allegheny College pre sents inducements to the student that areonly rivaled by the beet colleges Iu the country. The - future is re markably promising, and the finan cial basis has not been better for year?, The fall term opens Sept IS, 1873. at whicb time a considerable number of new students are expected. BROOKFIELD. Eoitob Chroniclx : Oar little town still reposes in rural seclusion, blissful ly unmindful of tbe great world that throbs and pnlses with its burden cf life around us. What caie we for populous cities, and teeming marts, and golden argosies, whitening the seas with sail and filling the land with the rush and roar of insatiable commerce ? . Our little pent np life with its loves, and hate, and intrigues, Its smiles snd tears. Is it not as real, as intense as theirs? Yes, and as essential too, in the great economy of the universe of Him "who sees with equal eye as God of all, a hero perish or a sparrow tall." Why then shall we Ion ger remain unwept, nnhonored and un sung, or even nncbronicled T "All the world's a stage," and if we may not as pire to the dignity of knights, and queens of the buskin and foot-lights, we can, at least, suffer and Illustrate some of the prorbundest maxims of the great Bard. That "the course of true love never did run smooth," was never more stri kingly exemplified than recently, in the case of a youth of tender age who an were to tbe name of Perry Corll, and a miss of sweet sixteen or leas, a Miss Cowles, who of late, have been, repre aenting on our social stage, the touching play of "Romeo and Juliet" to an appro- ciati ve if not over select audience. These callow youths, victims of the tender pas sion, though young in years, esteemed themselves veterans in "love's young dream," and in "what I know about getting married" ; but tbe "cruel pari ents" of the would-be child bride in the language of the dutch poet, "could'nt see it," and what was worse, they would'nt see it, and interposed the stern fiat of "thus far shall thou go and no ttrther." But love that laughs at gun smiths and locksmiths, and all that sort of small truck smiled at the dictates of sge and wisdom, and appointed last Thursday as the happy day. The (hop of the village tailor was laid under con tribution to furnish the inevitable wed ding suit ; the livery was depleted of its rolling stock and steeds ; a bevy of boys and girls who were playmates of .the bride and groom, were invited to the re ception at the home of the groom's lath er, in Wllllamsnela. Tbe auspicious dsy arri ved. All was in readiness, bnt the "bride herself was wanting." And to the dismay or all concerned it was soon discovered that she had been spir ited away to an adjoining town ; thence to a neighboring state, from whence she ill presently accompany her family to Colorado whither they propose remov ing in a few weeks ; so that nothing now remained for the disconsolate swain but to receive the mock condolence and congratulations of his waggish friends who are ignorant of the blissful fact that "'tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all." He let a few tears and sobs to the memo ry of the "dear departed," and with heavy heart has gone forth on his lift's great mission trying, to sell aewing machines in whose ceaaaless click be most ever hear the sad refrain : Oh ! ever thus from childhood's hour, I've seen my fondest hopes decay, ' , I never knew a tree or flower But 'twas the first to fade sway. ' ' I never nursed a dear gazelle, " " To glad me with its soft dark eye, But when I oame to know it well And love it, it was sure to die or run away." The "grave yard swindle" as-' it is popularly styled, was the first official act. I believe, of our newly elected trustees, and reflects neither credit up on them or the Fusion ticket on which they were elected. It consisted in tbe purchase from a "friend" of a tract of swamp land for a burying ground, and paying two prices for it, thus subjecting the township to an additional expense for drainage quite equal to the real val ue of the land. ' These men in order to secure their election left tbe Republican ranks and went over to the enemy, and by hoodwinking enough of their former political friends and thus forming a mongrel ticket, placed themselves in a position of trust they could not else have gained, but which they at once betrayed by a grave suspicion of corruption in places that proves them of kinship with Boss Tweed, Oakes Ames and that ilk, and consigns them to local infamy. The old story of a "little brief authority" aping greatness. Oht my friends re member tbst "corruption wins not more than honor." ; . 1 Business that became yory much de pressed during tbe "strike." has re sumed its accustomed channels since the miners have gone to work. The popular and accomplished propri etor Of the "Seaborne House," is dispen sing his hospitalities to man and beast for a consideration. Having been prom inently connected in some capacity, with some of the largest houses in north ern Ohio and western Pennsylvania, he should know "bow to keep a hotel." June 25, 1873. 11 ' Nick. Diphthxra. In the summer of 1S71 this disease prevailed through the Che nango Valley in the state of New York as a malignant and fatal epidemic; some of many families, and in some instan ces entire families, were swept awav by this fell destroyer. During this time. Dr. Trask'a Magnetic Ointment came Into use a a remedy, and very Boon was recognised as an important help in the treatment; indeed, in some neighbor hoods it was relied upon as the princi pal Vemdey. Its application for all af fections of the throat and lungs Is attend ed with marked benefit. It seems to act as an alterative npon tbe Mucous Coats of tbe throat and air passages, forcing oat the viscid and irritating macons and restoring the mooous surfaces to healthy action. i -i Seeadverisement in another column. MARRIAGES. Marriage Notices inserted Gratis. By Rev. E. H. Prosser, Jane 25, 1WJ, Mr. JASPER I LANGLEY. of Urangevllle. ; O-and Miss A R VILLA 1 FELL, of Ver non. . At the Thompson Hons. In this city, by Mayor Dawson, on the 2th day of Juno, ' 1S73. Mr. COLUMBUS t. WIT,LIAJlsON. ami Miss LUCY C TRUMBULL, all ol lowler, Trumbull county, Ohio. , At the residence of the bride's parents. In Warren, June 25th, by Rev. ". F. Day, ' Mr. N. C. FOX, of Warren, to Miss EMMA . C. GAY. Attn residence of the bride's father. Wm; Marvin. Emi by Rev. Henry L. Httuh- cocK, June 24, lTJ, J. V. C'lWPEitY. of Kllwt.O.. and HELES MARViX, of At waler.ohio. i .-. . Jane llth, at the National Homo!, by Uev. W. F. lay.Mr. C. H. JOKKS. ol Aiitaou- la county, to Mlsa II. M. WIUILT of I 'humnlnn. ' At the residence of Henry Itottn, Esj:. In West HuenaQgo Tp., Crawford oouaty.Pa., June 19, 1673, by Newton Yauuji, Or. 1. K. leKOs.S, of Meadville. Pa., to MbisMAL VINA M. ROTAL, of the iornier place. - At the residence of the bride's fKtlir,' In Bractville. O.. Juae 24 1373, by I. A. TUay er, Mr. 4.NOCH LKAViTX, luid . Uua JULIA A. SMITH. June 1'Gtn. at the reildenoe of the bride's father. Mr. John Troop, in champion, nv Rev. Wm.Kincaid.Mr.OsCART. URAEF and Mis MARIA C. TKOUP. LolU of fjuauipion. . In Greene, In the 2Gth of Jnnc-. iy Kid 'K. Wakefield. Mr. HAKVKY MrOtTLLOUR of Mecca, to Mis LAURA S. CCarid. of JOLUSOD. DEATHS. Notice of death free—Obituary five cents per line In Vienna, of consuniptlonJune 15th, LA' VINA. wife of C'urlian D. Khatio. ani daugMerof Iiavid ami Margaret Larferty, ayea 1 years ana lu moolus. Jesus did make ber dying bwi Feel soft as downy piiiuws are. While on his breast she calmly slept, ' btie breathed bar ill out sweetly there. In Warren Township, Jane 27. 1S73. at the resitleuceof his l-atht-r-In-law. .. an houter, J. W. EliNE.-T. Aged oS-years anasmontns. Earth, His trse, bas friends to bless me . With tbeir loud and faithful love. But the hands of angels beckon me To brighter woridsabove. - In Brlstolvllle. Jane 4th, at thereslienee of K. H. Klbbee, LYUlA.a. KIiiHj, aged ml years 4 mot. and 4 ay. . - , , ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' I would announce that I will b a candt dale for the office of County Treasurer, sub ject to a decision of the Nomtnatlng Con vention. That I served in tbe array daring the war of the Rebellion for over four pears; two years and eight months of that time as a vrtrale tvldier In K Co. or trie tn . v, Cavalry; then, on arr examination before ueu. lasey s tsoaru. was promoKa usup taiu In the l&uih U. S. C. Troops. That shall stay at home and attend to my busi ness, speuoingno uinein oaavassing tne county. Rally to the support ot the veteran. tin. ys. t: LXMAri. Mesopotamia, O., June 10, ISTS-t. e. En. CnaosicLi : Please announce th name of E. W.BOSWORTH. as a candidate for ths office- ol 'County Treasurer, and Otillge ' . itJkJSY VOTUiS. Junel8,lS73-t.e. CHuaca Uili, 0., June U, 1ST3. Ed. CHBomcta: You will please an nouncethe name of T. W. CASK, Esq., of Libert.v.Rs a candidate for nomination- for County Treasurer, snbtoot to the action of the Republican Convention to be called for nam InaUon of county othcera, and obi Ige his many menus. voraa. T 1ST OF LETTERS IjUnclaimed, remaining ia the Warren rui uinee, luaeoay ,. J uiy i. Lb.i. , Atherbv R D Leea John Barnes W L 2 Belford Mrs Mary Bannester Wm : .. Bancroft Richard Breyer John' Crosier CI I no a Collins Bridget Cramer A K. Dorman Levi S ' ' Darling Mrs Will, . Ird James A Mason Mrs Alice Miller Mrs Armenah Marcovechlo Zlippo ageHra Alice My crol Frank , . , Mosier Jas Perkey Wm Parker R T Fowler Mrs Henry Potter Mrs Abule FauuoeMiss Edlelia 2Rlce D Olenaennln Cha HeottChsuncy R Hardman Peter '" - Hlialloo H . . Healy Bridget. . ; Bawyer J B HJCkernell J . , Strickland J ft "' Hunt David D ' tnyder8J' Hull Miss Mary ft 8wlstier Fred . i . Irwin Mrs Mary . Snyder Jatnue Jackson Stephen Thomps'nMrsSarah Jewett George Welgle E H iieiiy unas (Civil .n-u aru w m gtneer) Way Wesley Q , , Those marked with a kta tl -are (rM."n. Persous wisning to obtain the above, will please to call for advertised letters.- i - If not called for in SO days will be eut to aeai tetter ocice. .Otfiee noura. 7-30 A. M, to 7-30 P. M.' ' - Money sent without danger of loss. Rates of commissions charged for money oraersi c On orders not exceeding $10.03 cts. Over! 10 and not exceeding t2010eU. Over I JU and not exceeding s-jq is eta. Over 1.10 and not exceeding Hoau cU. Over HO and not exoeeding $o0...'23 eta. Xo single oruer issnea ior more than sue. ' K. R. WISE. f. M. T EGAL NOTICE. . JLjCatharine M. Ward vs. Loremio D. rd. Ihe defendant above named.su posed to reside in COlebrook. Ashtabula County, Ohio, wilt lake notice that the above named plain till nied her petition for divorce ill the Court of Common Pleas. Trumbnll Coontv. Ohio, on the tth dav of June. a. k. i,4, praying mat sne Da di vorced from the defendant Lorenzo i), Ward and restored to her maiden name. and for reasonable alimony. Cause, al- legea exueme acts o cruelty. Defeudant must appear and answer said petition on or before August 14. 1&73. or tbe lucts srateu tnerein win be taken as True. ay niDt, m CKA1U, Ally's ior Pl'rr. July 2, DSi. w. Great Sale of Gas Fixtures ON TUESDAY, JfULY Stli, AT 47 Main Street, will commence a ereat sale of tias Fixtures, com prising some first class designs In Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Brackets and Drop Lights, which must be sold and will be offered at such prices as will effect a speedy clearance. On view Tuesday, July sth. al 47 Main si. Warren. TT'STATE OF ADAM McCLURG. J jdec d. The undersigned havs been dulv appoinieu anu quaunea as Administrators on tbe estate of Adam McClurg, dee'd, late oi i ruaiDuii to.t . uomx , . . : J. L. McCLURG. , J. M. McCLURG, ' - ' CM. McCLURG. Vienna, Jnly J, T ii. ,.. T7 STATE of Harvey .(Stevenson. Xlidec'd. Xotlce is hereby given that ths undersigned has been appointed Adminis trator or the estate of Harvey Stevenson; shoui lruiuuuucuuoiy, aec a. , . , ALMER HUNTLEY. Bloomfleld, 0., Jttly 2, lS73-3tl . ATTACHMENT. Henri ck 8a belle, vs. B. Peterson. ! feefore C. D. Goodrich. J,, P., of Liberty township. Trumbull countv. Ohio. On ilia lan aay oi May, i73, said Justice Issued an order of Attachment tn the above action tor the sum of 12 6y-100 dollars, bald cause is set ior hearing JuiyiT, its, at 5 o'clock, . m. MKrrtlUK BABELLE. Girard, Ohio, July 2, IS73-at .... LEGAL NOTICE. Nancy R. Green, vs John W.Green. . ine defendant above named, whose nlcn of residence is unknown, will take notice ifiax toe suove namea piaintinnied ner pe tition for divorce, on the 27th day of June, A. D. 11473. In the Court af rnmmnn Trumbull county. Ohio, praying that she be divorced from the defendant, John W. Green, aud for the care and custody of their children, William S Annie Jane and Cap pltolla. Canse alleged, willful absenee for more msn three years last past. Defendant Is notified to appearand auswer said peti tion on or before August 14th, A. D. 1S73. abU, SOL AJ. 1CUO, By 8. B. CRAIG. Julyi,lS73-6t. Att'y for Plffl. ATTACHMENT.-; - ' i Aaron Richard. PltfT JiM.nl, nnM Dfu Before Charles Fiteh. J. v man township, lrumbull county, Ohlu. Issued an order of Attachment la tht ae- me iiiu uay oi june. ij.i; said justice uu pa tue sum oi twenty aud 'ZV-JOu dol lars, and said cause Is set for hearing on the second day of August, 1S73, at L o'clock. x.-. . , AARON RICHABDS. Kinsman, 0, July i, loJWt . Offlce of C. 8. FIELD'S KEW CLOTIUffG STORE, a Market St. Warren. O., July 3. T3. I HAVE JU8T RECEIVED 100 Coats and Vests made ot r ENGLISH AND FRENCH WORSTED COATINGS, cut A made In the LATEST STYLE. They aro very desirable for warm weather and at a price that will : j3 us 2is is the: 3vr. I have received the summer style of SILK HATS! . - j, . of eztra Gossamer, light, airy , and durable. LightSpring& Summer Goods, USES, "DUCK, FLANNEL & ALPACCA. SUITS, STEIPE COATS, Ac. Closing oat at very low prlrte. A new In voice of extra largo . . DUCK COATS ' ARRIVED TO-DAY. P. S.l propose to mako It lively. July.lts73. -.8. FIELD. ' .. ; : watehtown Fire Insurance Gohipanj. MATE OF OHIO. 1 , IlCSrRAieCT! DCPARTSKJiT, OOLLMBCs, June i, li73. Whereas, the Watertown Fire Insurance Co.. located at Watertown, in the btate of Xtw York, has filed in this ofSce a sworn statement by the proper officers therecf, showlna its condition and business, and ha complied in all respects, with the laws of . v : : ,...1 i . t- , T .... m r, .... , - m panies. lncorported by other States of the United States. Now, therelore, in pursuance of law, 1. WlUlara F. Church, Superintendent of In surance lor the State of Ohio, do hereby certify, that said Company is authorized to transact its appropriate business of FIRE INSURANCE lu this Btate, In accordance with law, durlngthecurrent year. Tbe con dition and business or said Company at the date of such statement (Dec., HI, 1X2.) is shown as lollows: , Amount of actual paid up Capital Aggregate ain't of available As S 280,00.00 444.890.&4 set s. Aggregate am't ot Liabilities,; ex Oept capiuu,i lnciuuiug rtt-usu- rauce... ; 123.5SI.15 Amount or I ncome for the prece ding year In Cash. , , ... 221,231.7 Amount of fexpendllures for the - preceding year in Cash - lH0.ff74.71 L. a In witness whereof, I hsve hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the i fcieal of my office to be affixed, the day and year above written. W. F. CHURCH, Superintendent. A. I GATES, Agent, . i At W arren. Ohio. Office with Hapgood 4 brown. . . . Jnlyl 1473. REPORT of the condition of the Trsnbsll Xstlossl Bsak of Warren, Ohio, at tbe close of business, June W, 1873. Besosrecs. ' Loans and Discount . t384,IR3 74 Over Dralu , l.aM 4 U.b. Bonds to Secure circulation, lju.uuu uu Due from Redeeming aud Reserve Agents, Due from National Banks Due from stuteLauksd; iiunkera. BHnklnix House... 83,490 OB : 9.213 20 tM 21 1S,24 52 mo Sy S,lo6 7 1ST Si 4.504 47 ' l,0oS 08 24S 28 25,0110 00 Other Real Estate... Furniture and Fixtures.. Current Expenses Cash Items . Bills of National Banks.... Fractional Currency (lucladlng nickel)...-. .- Legal Tender Notes. til 2)40 tt Liabilities. (Capital Stock paid In. Barolns Fund... .tl-W.OOO 00 , 25,1)00 e Prottt aud Loss... Outstanding Circulation 12,51a IU liJ.lMJ UU 154.313 58 Individual Deposits line to National Bnks.- 1.173 HI Due to Btate Banks aud Uankera 1,1U0 t Notes and Hills Re-dlscounted S2,uvi S 512,040 S3 Rtatx of Ohio, I OOCKTT OF TRCMHCl,!.. J I, Klrtland M. Pitch, Cashier of the Trum bull Nat. Bank, of Warren, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to tne best of my Rnowieugeand neiier. VIHTI.lKh U SITTU f-a.hW Subscribed and sworn, to beaore'me, this suiu. uay oi June, io.j. ' - W, .Cbmet Attest : , ADAMS, Xpt'y Pub. i ti. O. URISWOLD, '.' : CHAULKS HMITU, - ' JOHN M.STULL, July 1, Ib73. 1 Directors, J ... T? ST ATE of EbenezerR. Hcoville, JTJjdec'd. The undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as fcxeoutrLx on the estate o r.beDezer rt. Mcovilie, dec late of Trumbull Co., Ohio. HABR1KT N.SCOTILLE. l!arettJuue:S73. w' r Ck 11 3 THIS INSTITUTION. IN CON L section with the Commercial and Eug- jisti Lep-.iruueniM, is soon to open a siusicai thorough course in vocal and instrumen xjcuariinefi wnere an sinripniji ran iak a tal music without extra eh&rire. Kend for circular and spscimen of penmanship. Ad- dress A. W. , bMITII. June 25, lS73 4t Meadville, Pa. FURNITURE We are raanulacturlcg a fall line cf goods. ALL WARRANTED '' roissotrns BEST'S! ATKRIAL ai;d 1 WORKMANSHIP. We' will not be undersold for tho Same Qnalitj of Goods. Everything in onr line, not on band, will be MADE to ORDER PROMPTLY. 100,000 Feet of Walnul Lumber Wanted, CALL ASD LOOK AT CUE GOODS. TRUESDELL A TG WNSEND. ' Slain St., Warren, O Jn. 15. 187 ILDIXG NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be received bv tue Cleric of special school district of Min eral Ridge, Trumbull county. Ohio, for Hie building of a two-story brick School House SO feet by according to plaus and siecl- neauons wnicn oan oe seen iy calling on C. F. 'Whitney; clerk of said DIs. liach bid mast contain me name or every per son interested In the same, and accompa nied by a sufficient guarantee of some dis interested person that if the bid is accept ed a contract will be entered Into and the performance of It properly secured. The bids for both labor and material, each must be specially stated with the price thereof. Tbe board reserve the right of accepting or rejecting any or all bids. Bids will he re ceived ontll 11 o'closk at nnon of July la. 15,3. ny omeroi ecuom noarn. June 26, 173. it C, F. WHITNEY, O ALE." will sell at private sale, the entire stock of Groceries belonging to the estate oi J. o. uumap, a ecu. w iu siso rent tne store room for a term of years. This is one of tiie best locations for a grocery store in the county; has an old ami well established traue. n. w. AdiLir r , June2S-2t Adm'r. WRIGHT & lMW, . MAXr-FACTUJiXnS OF Portable & Stationary Saw Mills and Engines. AND GENERAL MACHINISTS. . . i HAVING recently added some first slass machinery toonr works, and pos sessing the advantages of long experience in the business, we uonoi nesitaie in war ranting to all who may patronise our trade, first-class work, and iceueral satisfaction. Onr Haw-Mills. Carriages and Engines, are of late improved designs, simple in struc ture, very convenient and eirectlveln opera tion. All work in tbe machine line intrust ed to us will receive . . - , PROMPT A 1 TEyTlON. Particular attention Also given to Repairing and Job Work. Works west side of river, opposite Couit House, WAR HEN, OHIO, May21.1CT-tr' " Western Reserve College AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL, Uadson, O. Instruction wholly by per iiuuieiii Proiessors. For Catalogues or iu- lormatlon, address tne i resident. June A, ll7-3 mo. ATOT1CE. XVThe Btate of Ohio, Et. Rel. Att'y Gen., vs. Pennsylvania aud Ohio Canal Co. Notice Is hereby given thai the under- B'Kned nave been appointed by the kq, oreme Court of the Hiate of Ohio. Trustees of the creditors aud stockholders of the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal Company, 7hlcn corporation is now dissolved, and oi all and singular ine goods, chattels, right, credits and euects, real and personal, ol said company, and have duly unnllned as such. Persous having claims against said company will present the same u the un dersigned willuu ninety days from the dale hereof, duly certtned; and all persons will beheld responsible lor any llieusl lntor- lerenoe wiui the property or rtguta ul said corporation. !AMVF.r, QT7INBY, Warren. A, O. V0R13, Akron. Jane 25, 173 4t Trustees. ATTACHMENT. Aaron KIbler. vs. Robert Plater. Before Alexander King, Justice of the Peace. In aud for flubbatl TownsliiD.TTuro- Duil county; and state of Ohio. Onlliea th day of May, A. D. 187.1, said Justice Issued au order of Attachment for SJB. Said actlou IskcI for hearing on tiie 151U day of J my, A. u. 13.3, at 90 ciocx, a. m. AARON HIBLEH. June Sti, 173 3l 4 TTACHMENT. ' XJL.Phllo Meacham and Henry L. Barn ham, late partners, pills, vs. Joseph Clarey, deft. Before Charles Fitch, J. P Kinsman TownshlD. Trnrabull Countv. On the 13th day of June, 173, said Justice issued an order ot attachment in toe above entitled case for the sum of sixty-two and 0-100 dollars. Said cause Is set for hearing on tbeOth day of Aagust, 171, at I o'clock. p. m.. 01 mat uay. rniLAJ MH.AUxiAM. Kinsman, June 25, 1S7-31 Aldrich & Frary, PRODUCE COMI'5 MEP.ni.VXTS, ' ' . 122 River Street, .. ' ' CLEVELAXD. OBIO. Will give special attention t-i con'm ments of ueneral Produce and till oidurs for same promptly at lowest tatea. June 11-lt NEW SPRING & SDI1HER GOOD S! 'at tiie ft'EW-. YOM STOKE rpHE SUBSCRIBER 13 OPEN, I ING his usual stock of UPKiya JLHD tsUMMKK GOODS, which comprise a full assortment. 01 Staple . & Fancy Dry Goods '. u'liOCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, CfiOCKEItT, GLASSWARE, :' LOOKING GLASKES, PATER HANGINGS,. SUADES cii SHADE J10LLAM1S, OIL CLOTHS, C0IK & CAXT05 MATTIXGS, CARPETS, LACK CCRTAIXS, e, . SPECIALTY. The stock has bean hnnivht far path ,I.m the decline In prices, and we feel confident that we can oher onr patrons attractive and desirable gooes at prices that cannot fall to puwse. country produce lufcen for cash as usual. A. WK.NTZ. Warren , O., April T, l!?73. TIMBEH LAND FOR SALE ATINETY ACRES OF GOOD ll White Oak Timber, situate about half way between nes aud Ansllntown.andon the road, and waa formerly known as the weooisrin. Wilt be sold in oue Lract or In sub divisions of about twenty acres. En- quireor ISAAC HOLFOKD, Agent, rfuuijtio,uu atnueSfU., H Cowell & Co., Have the agency for the celebrated "HAHN MEYER . WATCHftUftS TIME OETEGTCR.' For the purpose of telling whether your watchman does his duty or not. Onr movement Is the . . ; FIXESST MASUFACTUEED, : and every machine Is . i in every respect. ., PRICE - $75. Send lor circular. H- COWELL, & CO., 127 Bank Street, Juncll-3U . . CLEVELAND, O. BOOTS&SHOES AT . . No. 10 Market St. WarreruO., B. CRANAGE Having received a full line of goods In his line would call special attention to the ' LARGE. ASSORTMENT and good quality of various kinds, at re markable! - LOW PHIOES, and If you want good bargains, " ' OATiTi AWD BE3E1 FOR YOURSELVES "... ;-. May 28, Wit. -. - - .' CLIPPtK! CLIPPER! The Clipper STILL LIVES. TRIUMPHANT OVER ALL OPPOSITION t ISSTIIID16 OF THE FIELD. We are now receiving another car load of CLIPPERS s 1873 Elrect from the Factory, and offer this well known and favorite machine at old prices, via: io. 2 iew Clipper for $100 Same size os Buckeye, Jr., but a much light er draft machine, and warranted not lo dug in wet orast, or inptrt ihe Horses neck, and has Ihe BILhT steel cutting apparatus in the world. NO. 2 MEDIUM, 32 INCH WHEEL, til yo. LARGE, S INCn WHEEL. I1S0. The Clipper of 1573 lias a greatly Improved DROPPLNU AT ! TACHMEST, which can be used with great snocesslu lodged grass. We keep constantly on hand a very large . ' . 1 ' stock: of CLIPPER REPAIRS ! . . ... - - Foral the machines sold by us. We also are Agents for JOHNSON'S SELF RAKE! A combination with ths Clipper for Side Delivery, The greatest success of the age euttlng all kinds of grain, lodged or standing. LargestMachine,Price $200 Using same CntUng Bar as the Clipper. We '' are Headquarters for Ho Hinssworlh's Rakes The only adjustable Pteel Tooth Rake made. Each tooth independent of all the others, which do not scratch or injurs meadows. THE TEEjIICI E1E WORLD. OF THE CLLt EXA-raNE FOB YOCTELVEa. Large stock of Ckadles, '' SCTTHS, .' ",- '.''":" ' ! ! SXATHS, ' UAY F0UKS, &e. AT THS OUI f ! HAKDWARE STOKE OF PAKK1 & PATCH, WARREX.OHXOl ' June IS, 1873. i ,:. : THE ' i... .. teavenworth, Lawrence ' I AND . GALVESTON R. R. CO ; OK KANSAS. Having now received their Patents In full from tbe Government, placed In market i nearly . 400,000 kn of "Mapificen -i JA. Usi JLJ E&y granted lu aid of their Road by the United States, a large portion of which bss been RESEIirEDFEOlI PUBLIC SALE SINCE These lands are alreaddy traversed by two jiuiiuuun, uu tue even sections naving uwu sciljuu ior una years, numer ons villages and railroad, sta tions atlord a rwulv marL-ut for farm products, and the advantages of cuuruuea, scuoois auu stores, i us iAm- pany oners lis lands at moderate iigures, on long time, and at low . rates of Interest.. , 8ALUEEIOTT3 CLIMATE, PURE WATER ' AXD FERTILE SOIL, . renders these lands the most desirable of any now onenng in America, Two trains ri&llv- Uava lvnwnvh Lawrence and Kansas Citv. for all noinu L. L. & G. R. R LINE. Land eXDlorlnir tickets are Dlamid on -! and to parties pnrchasing lands the coat ui wm win d reiunueu. r-or lurtner par ticulars apply to JOKS W. SCOTT. Land Com., Channte. Kan., or L. h. jtG, cw v-o. . Lawroics, van, , I ' , ; . SDTU JW. UI.S-tW.' - - . - - " Settlements Ordered to be AdTertlsed. TT IS ORDERED THAT THE FnT.f JW. I leg accouuta of Executors, Administra tors tuu uuartuaiu, wnicn nave been nled ui tnis uouru oe axlvertlsed for fanr eon, secutlve weeks, according to law. and tlast wiey remain on nie for inspection and ex ceptions, until tiie 10th day of July, A. IX o,, wuvu viioy win ue . examined and ordered to record , if no exceptions aDueai thereto, to-wit: . "T. Cbas Boardman dee'd. Snl setlem't of Ex'r Luther Ives do do Ellas H DeWolf do do do do do , do ' do do do do do do da . ao , da do do do do do do . do do da do do : do do do , da . do Truman Jones Owen Rice Jaa R Wilson David C Burnett . Lney Jones Mary Bowen Morrts Howells JuoB Thompson do do rnuo 'mom pson do Kyivester Men-lam, do par'l do Jacob Powers do . do Gideon Kusselmau do do FTed'k L Taft do do Rebecca Hawley do flnl do Richard Iddtuga do do Vt'ra J Halgbt do .' do Levi Cash man do do Upson Barnes ' do do Adm'r do . ' do . . do do ' do : da . do , i do do do , do do -, do ' do do do " do do do do do do. do Harriet W Walker do ' ' . do ltooert MelllsU do . do Edward Rtunt do - do Wra AGUlis do do. Luther J Thompson, do vrnu zs neaeer t do Anson Hatch. ' do do do Btewart Kee do do do Henry Marnhev do Augustin K Krowit do parti do I rier vverisnuer oo do Kllzaoetn Price do Reclamin Ames do do do fln'l do do . do ' ' do ' do i - uo uo . do ' do : '". ao . 'do . do MUtonHLeet tuln'r Penrose E Haight do Lona Klnr ' do Guard' n do , do do do do ' do do . do do do . do do do , do ' do, ' do do Myron D McKorkel, et, al. do GW.,Ja.ME4DT. Hood do Geo H Barnes do Zenas Fusselman do Kiestla Lepper Ellta Mellish do do do . do Uo do do ; Martin Coleman Catharine Davis UellOallespte James Walker Lucy P Oolst Wm P Riker do do : do pajrt'I do A J . C E.. t S. Hanter ' do Mary Powell do Amelia Hank - - do do do do A E, A G H Helnt- zelraan do do ' : ' in lo . do do . . do do ; , do do do do , do do . do , do - do do do do do do do do do do do . Jas F K M acker do Justus a ioaeu,uo George Bell . do Mary Bowen ' ' ' do 8 A. A C k J Ramalla.do Joo Walters, ek at. du Frank A Rule do Jas C Patterson -' do Frank K Miner do George King, Lunatic. EaosHake do flu'l John Croy. Insane, do ALBERT YEOMANa. Probate Judge, June 11, 1S73-U THE WORLD'S JUBILEE! - AT WARREN", ON WEDNESD'Y, Jniy lCtla. LOOK FOR IT I WAIT FOR IT I SEE IT I ' ; ' : ' i ' . ! f I GREAT LONDON CIRCUS! Sanser's British Menagerie Wild I -Z $lr. flows bas the honor of Informing the public that after a scjoam ef -seven years in Great Britain, and Central Europe, where he enjoyed 'the- f distinguished honor of exhibiting his very extensive and attractive evtab-' -Iisbmeut to the largest audiencee ever known, he has revisited America,and is bov making hU FIR-ST TOUR OF NEW ENGLAND, and will visit .WEDNESDAY, JULY : lO, , Giving two Exhibitions. Prom whence he will in succession visit ALL THEf CTTtnsT ' AND TOWNHOP OHIO. The attractions of this vast and unapproachable establish ment are too numerous to permit more than a brief reference to a few of then wilhia 'J tne ordinary limits of an advertisement; but the Management beg to call the particular , s attention of an appreciative public to a brief Description of the Dasxllag Street Display .. '. ilch marks the entree of the establishment Into each place it has the booor ot visit -' ; big, and In which "Tht Powq and Pageantry' exceeds (Ae Glories cf the Days of Chicot rj, or ths. iWtaJan of ' ' . ' Of Held af Oolh and GoUL " "'''. An Exhibition which the people of England flocked to see from distances of many rollea. and which they universally acknowledged surpassed anything ever seen in Great lirtt- " a La, Among its many bciiliant and anomalous features will be found The Grand Chariot of Aeolus, Of exquisite deslgs and of elaborate finish, bearing npon its broad platform tbe FULL , . OPERA BAND, aud followed by the Gorgeous Hemedys Car of Confuelns, and the Gold- , I en Dragon Chariot on Pluto I which precedes a Cortege of Knlghta, armed eap-o-vtsv l and "clad In complete steel." from the burnished surface of which thesuir-bea!sglahee in bright prismatic glory. The Knights are accompanied by their "Lay ilea fairs." -eoa- t turned after the fashion of the MediaevuU Period, and followed by "Faltnful Squires," aa ' In the day s of Jousts and tournaments. Following this proud cavalcade, eome other Chariots. Berlins and Cars of graceful form, resplendent with mirrors, paintl am sad golV " lAAillns ttaa t'UA V A f.F.KnurOA t. dA R. anon th UMAiilv dais of whleb. Is form : t ed a charming Tableau Vlvant, In which and representLng the various nationalities, TABLEAU YIYANT OP PEACE. This magnlflcent ParipeUtle Picture stands enterprise ana 1 1 Derail ty, assisted oy tne nignest an. naa yet accompususu. mm , , though atlerapts may be ma4e to imitate It no effort of rivalry can do more man maae a laint anu weaa approximation to toe urea wigmai. ,:. . Other beautuul features of lb . , :. . ,'-'..,; DAZZLING STREET PAGEANT, Will be fonnd in the GOROEOVS MAMMOTH GLOBE CHARIOT, bearing rm its ' rlous platforms a number of LIVING GROUPS, the whole surmounted by an IMMENMK GLOBE, representing tbe world, npon which, at an enormous elevation, slu tb Intra- j- plti and beautiful M'Ue Dessarta, In elegant classic costume, representing Liberty doroi- 1 natlng the World. In close proximity follows "The Chariot of Tttanta, the Queen of the . ririn " drawn bv a tcsun of bttle atomies, in the form of twenty-four dimullve 8b et- land Ponies, the brilliant eortege extending ed steeds, uiua oringiug w a close uie sninueib gmiuiiouB uuiuiuwein s ' ' " t ---v , a foretaste of the merit aud artistic excel lence of the performances within the gigantic ' marquee, oy tne equestrian company, comDosea 01 more uiau iOO Male and Female Artists, .'I From the best Equestrian Establishment of BOCKRILL TROUPE Combined with SANGER'S ENGLISH MENAGERIE Of TRAINED ANIMALS. ' Largest and most valuable THE : GRAND Extending one mile in length, will enter the cltyon the moralng of hel6th atr o'clock. In magnlflcent procession, excelling in splendor and extent anything of tiie kind be- , lore witnessed, rne fjtniDiuou couiDines tne louowmn un:wuui; 'nuS Splendors of tbe Hippodrome, Living Wonders of Animated Nature, all the . i , : ISest Riders of Eu rope sad America, Wild BesU from every region of the , JCarlh, wonderfully trained and attended by native keepers. Five Pe- i forming Elephauls in the ring at one time. In a diversity of exercises. TCJE:m.JwJat sEMEr aBEBMAtWe ... Driven ! Harness, ThefMrcns and Menagerie wiU be exhibited in 5JPXSriT TMJTS. j BUT OSL Y OXE PRICE OF ADMJSSIOX will be charged, a single ticket admltlrag b both Circus and Menagerie. THE NEW FRENCH TROUPE: J M'Ue DOCK RILL. First Equestrian of the Mons. DOCKRILL, and hU Manage Horse Ellington; , . Hons. KENNEBEL, Tbe Pantomlmlo Trick Clown ; , ' THE ROMELLI SERIAL GYMNA8T8 ; ' ,; Besides the superb Horsemanship of W. H. MORGAN. , . The World-Champion Hurdle Rider; K0UX:H,the Trainer, wrestling wlUagroupor Bengal Tsurr '' ' MONTANO, tbe Cannibal, enters a den ol Uyaa. Also comprise 30 splendid acts of aaprecedeated splendor and novelty, by artblatkf the , highest grade. Doors open at 1 amo 7 p. m. rsnuruu- " wimn irai will not beiln until an hour later. In order to give the andlense as oppor- tunliy of Inspecting the menagerie of Wild Beasts daring the Interim. , ' ADMISSION TO ALL 50 Ct8. July a, isn-a. 1 1 and Collection of Trained ;'i:: Beast3. ma- -i ; i i f 1 a number of young avlisK eieganUy UrapadV appear, representing ths baauufoi . out as the very acme of all that managerial with a cavalcade ot Men-at-Arms on spirit- England and Enrops. Including the faraoaa OF PARISIAN RIDERS Tbe collection in the world. ,. , , CARAVAN, age; , i- . . CHIDREN rDEB XIE, 25 CU. i r i. i.