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TERMS : $2,00 per Year, in Advanoe. 1TAKK13, ITDKESDIT, JCLI S, 1871, yTT.T.TiW UTEZEL, Editor sal Prsprlster, A Live Manufacturing City. While in attendance at the editorial convection held In Canton, the last week in Jane, we bad opportnnity, In com pany with the other members of the As sociation, to enjoy s abort bnt lnstroctly and interesting Tialt to a number of the principal manufacturing establishments which hare added so materially to the rmwth. nrosneritr and reputation of that flourishing City. Although Canton waa located a town nearly serenty years ago, its CTowth waa alow, and at the end of half a eentnry It had expended In size aid eoDulatton only to the proportion! of a fair country Tillage with a population of about 3000. But the twelve years last past, hare seen wondrous changes in that solid old town. The Caot that Can ton was situate in the heart of one of the best agrlonltnral districts in the Btate, Stark eonnty being famous for growing wheat and other cereals, together with the opening of the Pittsburgh, Ft Warn k Chicsgo B. K, through the county, tendered it ra eligible point for the manntaoture of machinery, and es pecially the highest class oi agricultural machines. The oitiaens seem to hava at once realised the a eat importance of securing the Tartoua manufacturing en terprises seeking suitable locations, and extended the eo-opertion requisite to se en re the prises, snd from that auapioi ous day twelve to fifteen years ago the career of Canton has been rapidly upward and onward until It bow stands In the front rank of our dties of the second class, In Ohio, having pardona ble excuse for being proud of its ex tensive snd lamed manufacturing indus tries. The population of Canton is now about 12000, showing the place to have quadrupled in inhabitants in about twelve years. Besides Its great manufactories, Can ton hss long streets of fine business blocks, and many beautiful and elegant private residences a nest snd commo dious Opera Hones fine hotels, the principal one being the St. Cloud, kept in superb style by Mr. Ey, who spares no pains to sntertain guests In first class style. ' We would like, in return for the uni form courtesy shown by the eitisens of Canton to the representatives of the press who had the pleasure of enjoying their hospitality, to give s somewhat de tailed account of the extent and variety of their principal manu'aeturlnf estab lishments, bnt the crowded state or our columns oblige ns to submit to brevity. The Canton Wronght Iron Bridge Company has extensive shops near the PFL W, C S. K. depot, and em ploys 100 men, turning out 125 feet or finished work a day. They construct bridges of spans varying from 20 to 550 feet in length. ,- Anltman A Co's Back eye Mower and Beeper and Threshing Machine Works, re perhipa among the largest In the country. Their machinery is so well known thatapeoial referee oe tolits excel lence Is not required In this connection. The works cover severs! acres of ground snd the company employe between four hundred end five hundred men. No other concern probably baa been so greet a source of benefit to Canton as these mammoth works, employing aa they do, an intelligent and thrifty class of skilled workmen, who make a worthy class of citizens. E. Ball ' Co's works, where the World Mower and Keeper and the Tor nado Thresherslhave been manufactured, Is a large establishment, but on account of financial embarrassment, is not doing snuoh at present. Work on a large scale, it is expected, will ere long be re sumed st these shops. The extensive Patent Iron Beam, Steel, Cast and Combination Flow Works of E. Ball, Jr. were visited, where a large nnmber of bands turn out a large number of plows, which find ready mar ket In all parte of the country. Canton has a paper mill, and of course the press gang had to investigate the mysteries of psper making. This mill makes the coarser grades of straw paper, at the process Is sufficiently like that sed in making the ordinary news print, to afford an idee or how the thing is done. The odor of this establishment waa not that of roses, hence the press men did not tarry long, but for s change rode around to BALLARD, FAST & CO'S Saw factory, where can be Been the pro cess of saw making and finishing from an inch wide blade to a circular saw six feet in diameter. A, large number of bands are engaged at these works, and business is extensive. FISHER AND CLARK, Engine builders, machinists, Aa, manu facture eaw mandrels, cider presses, jacz crews, eta, end turn out large quanti ties or first clsss work. CUTLERY WORKS. Some or ns bsd sn opportunity, for the first time, to go through aa extensive knife manufactory. The Aultmaa steei & Works tnrs oat mat numbers of rarioua styled knifes, from the moat del lasts pocket knife to the largest butcher knife. Fifty or more hands are employ d in this business. .. THE PEERLESS MOWER AND REAPER Works of a Russell A Co., employ sev rxl hundred workmen In the mannieo tare of their celebrated machines. Their hone are first class and the firm Is do ings Urge and profitable business.' PRINTING MACHINERY. We next visited the extensive Chro matic Printing Press works, where large ambers of the several sizes of this pe eulisr press are made. This press is so constructed that a sheet can be printed In several different colors at one and the same impression. It is a splendid ma. china, and of course elicited attention, SOAP. A. large eoap factory is not met with wry day, especially one where the fi ler grades of toll soaps are made. Such a place is the works of Joseph Blecbelle, where soap la made by the ton. afr.B., after inspecting his visit ers, seemed to think they needed soap boat ss much as anything else, judging probably from outside appearances, and presented to each box of his No. 1 toilet. BUCKER. GIBBS & CO'S Plow factory larn.ant Urge numbers f various kinds of superior plows, snd their fonndery. wood and other ciops afford employment to a large number ef hands. DIEBOLD & KIENZLE'S Safa worka were among the places of 'speciai interest we visited. Hare can be seen the process of BMnufjaotariogaflre ad burglar proof safe, from the time the iron to taken m hand in Its rough shape ff Qm workmen, until it cornea out besatiful and solid specimen of skillful fuadivork, painted and ornamented, ad ready to receive deposits for securi ty against tita ravages of the flames or the ingeswity of the sdrenturoue burg lar. This firm employe shout 200 hands, PRINTING OFFICES. There are two weU appointed and suc cessful newspaper "manufactories" in1 Canton. The Repository and Republican, Messrs. Hartzell A Saxton, editors and proprietors, U the Republican paper; snd the Stark County Democrat, A. Me Greggor A Son, editors and proprietors, thunders for the Democracy of old Stark. These offices are well aupplied with all the modern conveniences for Job and newspaper printing, and turn out a good deal of fine work. They are both profi table concerns to their proprietors, a fact we are glad to be able to record, aa they are gentlemen in every sense ot the word snd deserving of the highest de gree of suooeas. We hsve in the foregoing very hur rledly glanced at some of the leading business establishments of Canton, We hope Its citizens may ever have the moat gratifying cause to congratulate them selves upon ths success that haa atten ded their well directed energy and the Judicious use of the capital they have been able to command. There are other towns, having no greater natural or commercial advan tages than Canton, that might learn lee sons or value by tracing and studying the eanses of its a-reat prosperity, and endeavoring to Imitate its good exam Pie, To Judge Frease, Chairman of the citizens committee of reception, etc, to Judee Underhlll. and to a host of other irood citizen a of Canton, we, in common with all the visiting brethren of the press, are indebted for attentions which greatly enhanced the pleasure of the oo- casloa. Ed. Chboniclk The following from the acknowledged leader of the Re- Dobllcan papers of the United htateai and a frank and open condemnor of the "Credit Mobiler" and "Salary Grab," should find a place in the Re publican papers of Mr. Garfield's JJes trict and especially In the county where he had been so unjustly cen eared. The same paper it will be .remem bered places Mr. Garfield with those whose integrity should not be ques tioned and exculpates him from cen sure in his vote upon the Salary ques tion. [From The New York Times.] Mr. Garfield's Defense. When Congress adjourned In March last, Mr. James A. Garfield, Chair man of the Committee on Apprnpri atioos, was left In a most painful po sition with reference to the Credit Mobiller business. A portion of the testimony of the Ute Mr. Ames had been to the effect that in December 1867, or January 1868, Mr. Garfield had agreed to purchase ten shares or Credit Mobiller stock for $1,000 and accrued Interest from the previous July: that in June, 186S. Mr. Ames had paid Mr. Garfield $329 as a bal ance of dividends on the stock over and above the purchase price and ac crued Interest. This view of the transactions between Messrs. Garfield and Ames, though directly contra dicted by Mr. Garfield's own testi mony, was adopted In the Poland Committee's report. Mr. Garfield was thus left with the stigma upon htm of a committee's report accusing him at once of having shared in tbe benefits of the Credit Mobiller swindle, and of having given false witness in regard to it. He has now published an elaborate review of all tha tt.lmonT. and therewith several letters, for the purpose or showing that the accusation waa not in either instance founded upon fact. That Mr. Garfield agreed to pur chase the stock, or that he received any money from Mr. Ames as divi dends on the stock, we do not think is sustained by the evidence. The rimnf nf t he accusation rests solely on the testimony olMr. Ames, and that is contradicted by Mr. Ames himself. There U absolutely nothing but the bold assertion of Mr. Ames, incon sistent with his previous assertions, and founded ou vague and conflicting memoranda, without date, and on aHflori in anv particular, on which to rest the accusation. On the other hand, all the facts orougni out be fore the committee are opposed to the theory that Mr. Garfield owned the stock. N o transfer of It was maae or claimed. Dividends amounting toan nrrimte of 800 ner oent. accrued on the stock and were accounted for and nmA tn nth era holding the stock In the way Mr. Ames claimed that Mr. nurrtolr! held It: but. though Mr, Garfield waa In debt and preasd for money, though he borrowed money and mortgaged bis property to secure it. he never received or asked tor the proceeds of these large accumulated dividends. It is not reasonable to suppose that a man who had received 1S3 per cent, in dividends on stock Koirt nnlv six months, would when hard pressed for money, have entire ly Ignored we inveeuiieui, wucu slight inquiry would have revealed the fact that $7,000 or $3,000 was to be V..4 far tha ask in e. Tha accusation that Mr. Garfield agreed to take tbe stock, or that ne received any oiviueuus iium us, therefore, incur opinion, both nn nmnii and Irreconciliable with known facts. We make this state tnonc aa due to Gen. Garfield. We nA tomrin to doubt that in the eon flint nf testimony between him and Mr. Ames, the truth is on his side. at ttijt asms time, it would have been far better if the course of Mr. Garfield h.H in anma important respects been different from what it was. He learn ed in 1869-70 from Judge Black the nature of the Credit Mobilier busi ness. It is tbe plain inference from his namnhlet (p. 12) that thU knowl rir Mused him to have nothing to rin with 1L Had he stated this fact mH the grounds on which his decis- ainn was based before tbe committee and had be actively contributed to tha cTnosure which was made with so much difficulty and ever so many ob stacles he would have rendered the mnntn a service and stood better be fore it than he now does. Mr. Garfield take his place in Congress for the fifth form He has experience, talent, and the oreatiire of leadership. His nama now rests under suspicion. ki.v. i,m In fant hut a verv sllarht fnunii.tinn. He can. not easily but surely, dispel this suspicion If be wllL, If his course in me luturo is puiu- iy and aggressively on trie siae oi toe highest standard of public virtue, hU reputation is sun sain. The Lone- Branch (N. J.) .Yew, the sprightly and gossipy reporter of the days doings st that celebrated watering place by tbe sea. Informs us as to tbe style, etc or the President's turn out Of course after the experience Connelly had with Helm bold two summers ago. he la careful to speak only In a matter of (act way, aa follows : " "Th Prkstpxkt's TtJSJf OCT. This summer the 'state carriage" at the Branch is a handsome landau, which opens or closes at will, is lined with sat in and painted block. The horses are right bays, and the servants wear brown doth aosta with silver buttons, black hat and lavender-colored eloth trousers altogether a nsjt. tasteful and quiet establishment." Tbe only improvement to be made on the foregoing would be to dress the aer vaote in silver eoate with brown eloth buttons, brooder colored hats and black ailk trousers. a The trial of Frank WalwortV. (V the murder of bis lather haa been finished J a remarkable ireumstance for Vev York court, as the time Is aomparatiyely abort between the murder and the time of paaaing sentence. The remarks of ths judge to the prisoner were very impress ive, advising him to devote the rest or his days to repentance for his awful crime. Imprisonment for life Is the sentence. P. T. Barnum's Traveling World's Fair. By trererence to our advertising eol nmna it will be seen that P. T. Bar- num's Great Show la so large and exten aive that It cannot visit our place, but will hihli In Tonntrstown. on Satur day, July 12, gtviDg three exniomoos oi tne enure twenty snows wui uiu, ternoon snd evening. This last srand enterprise of the great showman Is ssid to be three times larger thn nr before. Some idea of its im mensity may be interred irom ioa km- lowing statement, waicu wr. usuui. m.tu tha nnhlin in irood faith. The entire establishment travels by rallmad. reonlrinffa hundred ears, nrty of which belong exclusively to the great ebewman. There are tou.uuu rare curi oaitiM 1.HW animals, birds, reptiles, sea lions and other marine monsters ; 9 iwt man and horses, twelve iroreeous t.hlaan and and ststusrv chsnots ; 100 beautifully fgilded and embellish cages, dens and vans; mree dsdus t hiuoiv trrmnA innaural chariot snd Mneinosy nian organ on wheels; a steam call pope; . .tM.4 iMkiTAantrv of trained ele- Dhants. camels, dromedaries, thorough- krri Arahian horses, pomes. cUarlots, open dens of performiug animals, gro tesque and comic automaton gymnast, hall and irlobe iuralers In full performance in the open streets, on ele vated vehicles, within view of all, and many other rare and Interesting features making a procession noarly two miles long, and worth going fifty miles to see. Tbe exhibition is given in a dozen or mora pavilions, one large hippodrome tent being large enough to hold 14,000 people, in which will be seen three great circus troups, giving muiuiuiuouu. r fnrmanoea. In three separate and dis tinct 'arenio circles, without any extra charge. tha leadins features on exhibi tion in this Traveling World's Fair are Prof. Faber'a wonderful Talking Ma chine, which talka, laughs, and ainga perfectly In all languages ; tbe great triple equestrian combination; tne mon ster sea lions, wild Fyi cannibals, horse riding goat, a rhinoceros as large as an Afri-an elenhanL Barnum's national 100 life-size oil paint fngs of all the Presidents of the United States, military heroes, kings, emperors, statesmen; Pi of. Roger's classic and his toric staturary, 100 life-like moving me chanical automatuma, oi me most ex onisite proportions and designs, opera' ted by a ateam engine ; playing water fountains, moving trains ol cars, urouo of Calypso, landscape and scenio trans formations. Bohemian elsss blowers. running water mills, singing and flitting automaton birds, living curiosities, per forming lions, trained elephants, me chanical bell ringers, death-bed scene of Kaooleon the Emperor Is seen hraathina- and crssDinar lor life a msa ternieoe of art. besides hundreds of novelties we have not the time nor the space to describe. In addition to thia vast ahow. Mr. Barnum exhibits. fbbb of CHA.BGB, a well filled menage ries of wild animals and birds, the col lection being as large as any other ahow in tbe country for half a dollar. It is no wonder that people will go a hundred miles to see Barnum'a great exhibition, when such an nnparalled array la pre sented for only fifty vents admission. Barnnm may well oe cauea ruuu- sophic Salamander," for be appears to pe superior 10 ure. MESOPOTAMIA. Ed. Cbboricu : Testerdsy waa very dull day here in this place ; every body, most, went off somewhere to en oy the Fourth, But some or them 1 think must have had their enjoyment somewhat dampened for we had several showers during the day. In the even ing a few of the boys displayed a small lot of fireworks, which waa all the ex citement gotten up. On last Wednesday evening, some of our citizens enjoyed a good time in at tending a concert of vocal and instru mental musio at the town Hall ; and those who did not go miased a rich treat. The concert was led and conducted by Miss Louie Hovea, a teacher of instru mental and vocal music who resides in this place. She has been giving a term of lessons to a class of young people be tween the ages of 10 and 20 years, and, w ith a few exceptions, none of the mem bers of her claaa ever attended a singing sohool of the kind before ; besides It waa her first attempt at teaching a class in vocal music, and taking these facts into consideration we think the concert was a decided success. The exercises con sis ted of songs, duetts, quartette, and choruses by tbe entire claaa, and the parts were well sustained. Good judg ment was shown by the conductor in the selections made for the occasion, for there were pieces performed to suit moil every taste, Miss Hovea is a young lady of superior musical talents, and by ber plessing ways she exerts a good Innu enoo over her pupils and associates. She is also organist in the Congregational Church and Sunday Schojt. JulyS, 1873. 8 stab, Cleveland Club. The summer races or tbe Cleveland Club, for 1S73, are to be held .In that city, July 29, 30, SI, and August 1, on the mile track of the N. O. Fair Association, Pre miums are offered to the amount or 30,' 000. A large attendance of the most cel. ebrated trotting horses Is expected. The Wool Market. From the Monthly Wool Circular of Walter Brown A Son, ofew York dated July 1, we quote : There Is considerable oi last yean California Wool still unsold, which with the new Boring Clip coming In and the Foreign Wools now offering and to arrive, will act as a check on any speculative tendency in prices of Domestic leeces. Judging from all the features likely to affect tbe future market ror wool we see no probability of advance In values, which will exceed the shrink age in weight and cost of carrying Wools. Prices current in New York, July 1st. as follows : baxony fleece bomoic: three quarter and full blooded Merino Jorcn. . 1. 1 V I J ACir? AQi quarter-blood fleece 44 (Sri 6c. ; comb ing fleece od(aoc , common neece, 38a;2C. The Commissioner of the General Land Onioe has lust issued regula tions, under the act providing for tbe sale of United States lands containing coal approved March 3. last, as lol lows: Any individual twenty-one v ears of see and a citizen of the Unl ted States, or who has declared his intentions to become such, may enter by legal subdivisions, any area not exceeding 160 acres. Any associa tion may enter not to exceed 320 acres. Any association of not less than four persons who shall have expended not less than $5,000 in working and im proving anv coal mine or mines may enter not exceeding 640 acres. Tbe price per acre is $10 where the land is situated more man niteen inuea iroin any completed railroad, and $20 per acre where tbe land is within fifteen miles of such road. In cohflicts when improvements. &c.. have been com menced subsequent to March 3, last, or shall be hereafter commenced, pri ority of possession and improvement shall govern the award when the law has been, fully complied with by each party. A mere possession, However, without satisfactory improvements will not secure the contract to the first occupant when a subsequent claimant shows his full compliance with the law. . a i Masaasse-BBBaaawaa - A terrific wind and rain storm, sc companied by thunder and lightning on thp 4th of July, swept over por tions of tbe Slates of Minnesota, Mis souri. Wisconsin and Ohio. Below Columbus, In the Hocking Valley, the B. B. track was much damaged In4 still further south tbe flood car ried off acrersi miles of the canal, Damage jto pj&fm estimated at a mil lion dollars, (a Wisconsin th aorm ww toroaio ia Its destructivenflss. Trees were torn up, bouses on roofed, On a lake near Itlpon, Wisconsin, several sailing boats were caught out in tbestorm, and eight persons drown ed by the boats capsizing. Howe's Great London Circus, Menagerie and Hippodrome. Tha irrsndest array of esquestrian and zoological novelties that has ever been presented in a single exhibition may be witnessed in Howes' Great London Cir cus and Sanger's Monagerle of Trained Animala," announced to appear in t sr ren. on Wed need ry July 16. We are informed by those who have witnessed the performances of the En glish troupe snd seen their msgnficent outfit, that it is most perfect of the kind ever dlsplsyed upon any previooa occa sion. Among tbe prominent features or this establishment is tbe grand tri umphal procession in town, in wnicn they exhibit to the publio their beauti ful and numerous studs of horses, their performing zebras, ponies and don Keys, their gorgeously adorned cbsriota and locant carriseea. their colossal and magninoent enars at mompne, meir urn liant cavalcade of knights snd ladies In steel armors and rich costumes, their aravan of wild beaat oscres. and eenersl paraphernalia, such as have never oeiore beenseen in any upon una oouuneuu Including 5 elephants. A mono- tha novelties in animal train ing are the performances of an African, who goes into a den containing sixteen lauging hyenas, holding at arm'a length some of the most ferocious of these body- snatchers, snd causing the others to crouch at hia feet Another of the trainers, an Italian named Moloch. wrestles with and. overcomes six Ben gal tigers, putting them through a va riety of gymnastic exercises, and dis playing his perfect mastery over these formidable wild beasts. Sr. Fran- .irm. annlhnr trainer. DSrlormS Wim a con pie lof wild zebras in a number of curious rests. M'lle DockrilL of Pans, appears ror the first time in America in her as tounding bareback feata of eques train- ism. Signor Eugepe Romelli, M'lle Reme 111 and Master Carlos, a family of Italian artists, perform their wonderful gym nafttiftH- The French Mime Rennets, a down who never savs anvthine In the ring. and convulses the sudience with laugh ter by his droll actions and humorous contortions, will also maae nis lira annearsnce in this country. James E. Cook, tbe scco'mplished En glish humorist, Is ths principal ciown and jester. a tore MARRIAGES. Marriage Notices inserted Gratis. On tbe Suth day of June, 1S7S. at the resi dence ot wm. w lison, id jnuea, uoio,,ui Elder N. N. Bartlett, Mr. CHARLES M. FREDERICK. of Nlles, and Miss LUCY 8COVILL.K. ot Vienna, uuio. On the Sd day of July, 1873, at the residenoe or Cnas. Jones, uq., oy r.iuer jk.k. jjiui lett, Mr. AUGUSTUS CROISSANT, snd Miss PARTHENIA A. JONES, all Of Nilea, OHIO. On the 4th inst by Rev. U w. Ely. at his nM il,nMi in Kiiennstmre. Mr. A IW n i BALD DYKES, of Youngstown.SDd MlM MARY WELCH, of Johnston. Trumbull county, unio. In this city, at Mayor's office. July 4tn, by uAr uvMii. Mr. 4 : M A n. I . r. LnAjir- LIN. and Miss LUCY TOMPKINS, aU of Bracevllle, Trumbull eouuiy. In Warren, on tbe 4th Inst., by Jefferson Faim, Mr. jull uua. oi ieMwixHuu, to Miss CLARA. DABNBX, OI Warren. In Warren, on the same day. by tbe same. Mr. BAMCKL, J3CMS.Pi. io ir. aiiui- DA MAN 8 ELL, both of Liberty. In Kinsman , on the ltd dsy of July. TS73, by Bev. J. B. Card. Mr. ELISHA . LEFKTNO- W ELL, ol wiiuamsneia, vuiu. w PERMEZJA RUMBARQER, of the same place. 1nM I r.TMl MAH m. uttce.n. Ul 111 1 It city, to Mias THEitEBA S. ALLEN, of Ravenna, O. Oa ni nt DEATHS. Notice of death free—Obituary five cents per line aged 73 years disease, congestion oi iuo luuga, resuiung in uropav. ASXOUJICESEXTS. T wnnl.l announce that I will be a eandl- At for the office of Countv Treasurer, sub- wt tn a decision of the Nominating Con vention. 1UH 1 mri i c tu J the war of the Rebellion for over our yean; two years ana eight monius oi mat tiuia . mr.LUfr In "K" Go. of the 6th O. V. Cavalry: then, on an examination before Gen. Casey's Board, was promoted to a Cap tain In the louth U. 8. C. Troops. That 1 .hail ru, a.L noma ana attena to my uum ness, spending no time In easvassing the county. Rally to tbe support oi tne veteran. Mesopotamia, O.. June 10, lWJ-t. e. ttv ruiimtiTH ; Please announce the namfaof E. W.B03 WORTH, as a candidate for tha omce ot county '.treasurer, ana oblige . Mart votebs. June is, isva-t. r. Chpbch Hill, O., June 14, 1S73. w.n PnDnmm' Von will rjlease an nounce tbe name of T. W. CASE, Esq, of Liberty .as a candidate for nomination lor County Treasurer, subject to the action of the xvepnoiican uilvl-u ljuu vj oe wuru iw nomination of county officers, and oblige his many inenaa. im". T 1ST OF LETTERS liUnelalmed, remaining la the Warred Futl Office, Tuesday, July a. l,a. Avel p A Co Me Petrleh Prof Jas Rrxllov Wm K X.ncheater T 8 Cartwrlght Mrs Mar-Mackey Jennie Xgsn auuwHi rrcvin-u Davidson W II Regal Charles W Darling W 8 Reed Mrs MatUe OechterMrs Emma Simmons Miss Msry Ooodhsrt Miss NancyShlen Mias Ellen Jones Mrs Ellas Stevens Mrs Saran A Jackson Stephen Stevens Mrs Angle Kennev Miss Mettle Welch Wm Lane Miss Anna Werr D A Lam bo Mias M Wilson Joslah McElhaneyT L Ttinu rnaprm an.n -l n-m & r mreiKU. Paraona wiahlns to obtain the above, will nlMutAMll fnr ajlvArtified letters. 11 noteaHed for In JO days will be sent to sead letter omce. omce oours. 7-30 A. M to 7-90 r. M. Aar-MnnoT aent wlthoutdanser of loss. Rates of commissions charged for money nn ordara not exeeedlna HO OS eta. pnnn Overt Mjandnotexceeding tX 10 eta. Over tx and not exceeding tw 15 cts. Over 11 and not exceeding $40 20 ets, Over 140 and not exceeding loO-,, ,, 2a cts. No single order issuea tor more taaa E. B. WISE. P. At, Trumbull County Convention rPHE FRIENDS OF THE PRO- I HIBITION movement in Trumbull Co., wnl nieasM meet In Convention at the Town Hall. In Baeonsbnrg. Baturda. the lM.h of July, at 1 o'clock, p. mM to put In nomina tion a county ticket for the Oeteber elec tion, and to transact suen otner nuainess as may come before the Convention. Let every town be represented. All wno sympathise with the cause are earnestly invited to be nresent. Now Is tbe time to strike. Let ns meet the impmtiUe conflict as men who win aare ana aw. tn oenaii cm tne central Committee. x. V, MAir.i,i, July S Chairman. TOTICE. 1 The stockholders of the Warren Gas light snd Coke Co., of Warren. Ohio, are notified to meet at the First National Bank on tbe evening of Anguat , 1X73, at 'i o'clock for the purpose of considering tbe propriety or lncreaalng the capital atock of the company, and changing tbe number of tbe Directors. M. B. TAYLER, Pres't . Warren Gaslight A Coke Co. July 9. 1873-41 HC. SXTTH, Dentist, baa perma ( nently located at Baeonsbnrg; office lor the prevent, at Gilbert's Hotel. July lK7S-kno ESTATE of Cbauncy Forward, dec'cL The nndersigued bas been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator on tbe estate of Cbauncy Forward, deo'd, late of Trumbull connty, Ohio. CHAUNCY FOBWABD, Jr. Brooklleld. July 9, lBTS-St GERTAIN DEATH TO POTATO BUGS. KTLL8 AT touch ; destroys the e?gs snd thorough ly roots out the Insect, Prepared and sold by J. Bupple. Greenville, ilorcer county, Pa. July 9-41. J. J. HOIXISAY. I. B BTACKBT. YIE5MA EXCHANGE BASK. Exchange bought and sold. Interest paid on time deposits. Sell drafts snd pas sage tickets on Europe. HOLtJDAT A MACKKY. Vienna, July 9. 1873-lm THSTi XlfThe BTATE of Win. B. Leslie, dee'd. irslcned have been duly an nalifled as Administrators on ths estate of Wm. B. Leslie, deo'd, late of Trumbull county, unio. WM. B. SAMPSON, REBECCA LESLIE. Liberty. Jnly 9, 1873,-31 A NECDOTE8 OF PUBLIC MEX, by John W -Forney, Inst published and received at ADAMS' Book store. fpHE DANBURV KEWS MAN. I His new book hist out, at ADAMS' btbk Store. rTJHE OTHER GIRLSr I By the suthor of "Faith Gartney's iCffS-lhood," "We Girls" d, just nub Uhad.aX ADaatli' Book bujre. r TWELVE THOUSAVD ROLLS of Wall Paper, all kinds and prlcea.the piuce to get what yon want In tbe line, at ADAMS' Book Htore. a RAND BITER INSTITUTE AT AUSTINBUBG, OHIO. THE PLACE TO FIT FOB COL LEGE to prrpanor TeacMng,t good butineu education in tbe least time possible, and at the least expense. Rend Catalogue. J.TOCKaUtMAN. at. A, July S-ll- riwuwi. GREATEST SHOW OH EARTH. P. T. BARNUM'S GREAT TRAVELING MUSEUM, MENAGERIE, AND World's Fair ! Ten Times Larger than Ever. wiu, Bxmnrr at YOUNGSTOWN, Saturday, July 12, 1873. THE 20 COLOSSAL PA VILIOSS, Coveting several acres of ground. Grand, Full and Complete Ptrorman- ea of the nitre SO Great Shows I DAILY MORNING, AFTERNOON AI.D EVENING. loors open at i a. iu., auu 1 and f p. m. Rlscla Tlrket, Oata.) ASaUts tsAU. Chlldreu under years ul age. Hall rnce. R.KSBR TED AHPI1BKA TES SEA TS, 75c. Nothing Like it Ever Known On Earth Large enough to completely swallow np half a dozen ordinary anow. Itw.uJU Kara, Novel and interesting curiosities, ISOu Animals. Birds. Ueaats. Replllea. All- ga'vors. Crocodiles, Living ttea Lions, aud tr Marina MonHier Mo trains of Railroad can. Pour Bandtof Afujic, and Ct arlot Organs, rroceasiou tnree miles long, su.uuu yaras oi lanvaaa in twenty tents. 2 uuO Men and horses. Twelve GeorgeOUS cnsrlots. IW iwapienoeui Tim i . i i . rim.tn Habv and Ceralean be decked Cages, Animal Dens, Steam Calli ope, folyuymuiauurgans.oesiuestoeureat Alusicai cuanotoi aiueiuuiyHe. Kxcurslon Trams st reauoea rates win rnn on all tributary lines to convey tne multitude to and from the great Universal tx position oi Museum, Menagerie, Caravan, Hippodrome, Polytechnic Institute, Nation al ronrait uUWJ,n wviv dwmi- ary. Mechanics and Fine Arts. Gar den and Comparative Zoology A Orlnthology, Roman Amphi theatre, Jubilee Concert, sin steal Colliaeum. and Dan CatUUo't, Bignor Bebattian't, Mem. If Alalia GS1SD TRIPLE 1.MEK51TI0X1L Esuestrian & Hippodromatic Exposition. Three great Circus Troupes, six ntmous Clowns, ana tnree aeparaw auu uutviutrb Arenic. Circus snd bpeclscle Kings, seen by the whole audience simultaneously, in one Colossal Pavilion, large enough to seat comlortably ltf.one geople. Amoaa the leadius novel features never before exhibited are Prof. Faber'a wonder ful Talking Machine, Living uiants.uwaris Fiji Oannibais. Albinos, the celebrated and only original-What Is lt" the beautiful rirruaiun Ladv. wild Kill Cannibals. Dig ger, Modoc snd Camancne Indiana, War riors auu luieui, uu u i mil j uuj uuuuu nhennmena and stranse freaks of nature. Also, National Portrait Gallery, Hall of Statuary and bine Art, ana scores oi moat curious ana oeautiiui muviug niecimiuau niranitnniL from Parts and Geneva, and so numerous and elaborate la scientific snd mechanical construction as to require steam euglna to operate tnem. xraineu P.ienhants. Ponies. Bears. Camels. M on- key n and Biding Goals, grand Double Hip-minima- and three ereat Circus Troupes in two separate circus rings, by the largest corps of talented male and female arllala In tbe woriu. l oe GRAND THREE MILE PEOCESSIOX Is made about ( o'clock every mornlng.snd presented in such a novel and attractive manner, as to oe ,iu wiuiuiutw dred miles to see. i n nrrir tn nrotect visitors from Imposi tion of speculators in tickets, three ticket offices are provided, from which tickets can be rapidly dispensed, without delay. b-wwh iniiiMMi to tha entire 2 Great Shows Is granted to all who buy the Life of Y. x. Barnum ecu pagea, uiuatrateu. Ad duced from S3.50 to tl.V). -Worth a f 1U0 Greenback to a beginner." Will also exhibit in Pittsburgh, July 7th. 8th. 9th and luth. Kochester, inn; Cleve land. Hih. 16th and l;n. DEPORT of the condition of trie I V'int Sitional Bank at Warren. In tbe State of Ohio, at the close of business June 13, 1&TS. Beaoareea. Loans and Discounts ,. tSTl.m 45 Over Drafts 69 SO U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation. 250,000 0U Other Bonds , , Judgments Due from approved Redeeming Agents w Due from National Banks Due from State Banks A Bankers M l 00 m i 1J7S 5 2S.0M8 30100 00 BankiDg House. Current Expenses and 1 bl premiums paid Checks and Cash Items. 4,470 CO S.8SS&I Bills of Nat. Banks Vol 00 217 00 Bills of State Banks- Fract'al Currency and Nickels Legal Tender Notes SO 07 67,32 00 r66,900 68 . LlakUlUcs. Capital Stock paid In 3.000 00 surplus rung ..- Profit and Loss account- 46.500 00 4,615 07 . X3.U14 00 Circulation Outstanding. Individual Deposits Due to Nat. Banks- 1B7.17 01 141 87 3.713 M Due to Btate Banks and Bankers. t76 ago 80 Stat ot Ohio, 1-. fVirrv n Twtt M MI'I.T. f" I M. B. Tayler, Cashier of the First Na tional Bank of Warren.Odo solemnly swear tbat the above statement Is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. at. B. TAYLER, Cashier. (L. 8.) Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 30th day of June, 1873. WM. T. bPEAR. Notary Public. KINSMA. f J. H. McCOMBS, Dlrectora. a P. JAMESON. ( July 9. 1873. LEGAL KOTICK Maria J. Dull. Cornelia J. Dull, children ot uasper Dull, who reside In Indlana.Noah Dull. William W. Harriett, Daniel. John, Barah E Mary J. and Dora Dull, children of Noah DulL who reside In Crawford County, Petina.. Calvin Hntson, Orvllla Hutaon. Eliaa Hutson. r McDowell and Emllrr his wife, children of Richard R. Hutson, deceased; Auren Hutson, Mary Ann Fulk and ber husband, Augusta R. Hutson, Ay era Hntson and Lorlnda Hut son, children of John Hutson. deceased. Mary Frltze and ber husband; E. A. Bmed ley and her husband, who reside In Van Wert county, Ohio; Tamer Tayler and her husband, who reside In Burlington, Iowa; 8. J. Wilson snd ber hnsband. who reside In Texas; slso tbe belrs of Daniel McKlb ben, (sod of Hannah) whose name and place of residence are unknown; children and grand children of Hannah SfcKlbben, and Jane Miller, who reside in Edvllley. Ma haakls county. lows: Will take notice tbat T. I. Glllmar, Ad ministrator with the will annexed ot Ta mer Linn, deceased, on the isith day of June. A. D. KS7S, filed bis petition In tbe Probate Court within and for tbe Connty of Trnmbull and State of Ohla, alleging that the personal estate of said deceaaed is in sufficient to pay the debts and legacies and the charges of administering bar estate. That she died seised In fee simple of tbe following described real estate situate in said county, to wit : Bounded on the west by the centre of tbe west branch of tbe Ma honing River, on the south by land of Geo. BchwUley, Horaoe and Marvin Allen, and Henry Taylor, on the east by the centre of the highway leading from Newton Falls to Kale Creek, and on .the north by Quarry street, and contains about seventy pUj acres of land, be the same more or lean. Also, the following lota iltoata In tbe vil lage of Newton Fails, County and Btate aforesaid, and known aa sub-divisions 1, 2, 11 snd 12. Also a triangular niece. All of said Iota In great lot sixty-three (S3) and contain about one-fourth of an acre each. For a more particular description of aald lots as to size and position, see map of New ton Fslls, recorded June a), 11-I7. The prayer of aald petition Is for a sale of said premises lor the payment, of debts, legacies and charges aforesaid. ' Said peti tion will be for bearing on the Wh day of August, A. I. 171, or aa soon thereafter as leave can be obtained. ' 1 HOMA8 J. GILLMER, Adm'r with the will annexed of the Estate of Ta mar Linn, dee d. Newton Falls, July . 1373. 4w, 1 T) OAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that spplicatlon. by petition, will be made to tbe Commis sioners ot Trnmbull county, at their Sep tember meeting, lor in order authorizing that the road known aa the tojrnahip line road, commencing where the eant and west center road from the center of Johmtton to the center of Mecca crosses the north and south line of said towDsulp, and running north to the north l!ne of said township, thence north on tbe line of Gastavat and Greene to the north end of said road. Said road being about three mllea long, be re duced In width to 45 or 6o feet. Also that the width of tbe road ruunlng west from the said township line road, commencing about one-half mile sooth of tbe church snd running to ths first cross roada. about one-hall mile, ne reaucea to ioriy-nve or n ft v feet. Also that the width of the town ship line road between Johnston and Gos tavmi. oommenolna at the west end of said township, snd running east miles to the center road leading from Johnston center to ftn-taviiB. be reduced to4Jtfeet. Alsotoau- thoiize the establishment of the centers of the first and last named roads. July , l7i-4t. nOCSTT ACCTI0SEER. --WJI. LX.X1SGKK. has been lioennod Connty A actloneer. and will el ve Drora nt attention to all call, in his line. Offloeat A. I. Frank's Buflalo Clothing Store, Warren, O, Jnly . lH7J4m. Office of C. 8. FIELD'S HEW CLOTHIXO STORE, S Market St. Warren, 0 July 2. T3. f HAVE JUST RECEIVED L Coat a and VeaU made ot 100 ENGLISH AND FRENCH WORSTED COATINQB, ent A made In the LATEST STYLE. They are very desirable for warm weather and at a price that wlU 33 3M. I have received the summer style of SILK HATS! of extra Gossamer, light, airy, and durable. Liaht Spring & SummerGoods, LISEX, DUCK, FLA5SEL 4 ALPACCA SUITS, STUIPED COATS, e. Closing out at very low prices. A new In' voice of extra large DUCK COATS A REIVED TO-DAY. P. 8. I propose to make It lively. JalrJ,Ilf7J. C. 8. FIELD. TESTATE of EbenezerR. Bcoville, llidec'd. The undersigned has been dnly appointed and qualified aa Executrix on the est ate of Ebeneier R. Scoville. Oec'd late of Trumbull Co.. Ohio. ri A kki r.T n. aw il,i.e Besettajune 1U7. 3w O &4 r OS CO n 0 03 fPHTS IXSTITUTTON. IN COX- I nAtinn vith tha Commercial and Ene- lin Departments, la soon toopen a Musical Uepanment wuere au aiuueuta tiinmnuh wiatu In vocal and lnstrnmen lal musio without extra charge. Send for circular and snscimen of penmanship. Ad dress A. W. SMITH June 25, 1873-lt Mesdvllle. Pa. TIMBEB LAND FOR SALE TVTINETY ACRES OF GOOD Xl White Oafc Timber, situate about half way between rtuea auu ahhih wwu.uu the road, and waa formerly known aa tbe Webb rarm. win ne sola in one tract or w nh divisions of about twenty acres. En quire of ISAAC HOLFOHD. Agent. June 11, 1873. 3m at lies, u. woaswicx. SKSD FOB PRICE LIST, x. Lxwia WOESWIOK & LEWIS, CLEVELAND BRASS I PIPE WORKS Car. Xrrwls ssa Ceater St Cltrtlsaa. 0, Manutactnrers of and Dealers in Urought Iron Pipe, Iron futtngi and Aran Ooodt, far Steam, Water, Gas sod Oil. Cameron riteam and Eureka Hand Pumps. All kinds el Steam and Gas fitting tools constantly on Land duly 24. 18721 vr. Western Reserve College A ND PREPARATORY SCHOOL, XXHudson. O. Inatrnetlon wholly by per manent rroiesaora. r or catalogues or in formation, address tne ITesiuent, June A l7-2 mo. NS vs. Pen OTICE. The Btate of Ohio, Ex. Rel. Atl'y Gen., pnnavlvanla and Ohio Canal Co. Notice Is hereby given that the under signed have been appointed ny tne eu Dreme Court of the Stale of Ohio. Trustees of the creditors and stockholders of the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal Company, which corporation is now dissolved, and oi all and singular tbe goods, chattels, rights, credits and effects, real and personal, of said company, and have dnly qualified as soon. Persons having claims against said company will present the same to tbe un dersigned within ninety days from the date hereof, duly certified; and all persons will be held responsible for any Illegal Inter ference witn tne property or nguta oi sauu corporation. SAMUEL QUINBT, Warren. A. C YGRLa. Akron. June 25, 1S73 4t Trustees. BUILDING NOTICE. Sealed proposals will be received by the Clerk of special school district of Min eral Ridge, Trumbull county, Ohio, for the building of a two-story brick School House 0 feet by B, according to plans and Steel fl cation a which can be seen by calling on C. F. Whitney, Clerk of aald DIa. ajtch bid mast eon tain tbe name of every per son Interested In tbe same, and accompa nied by a sufficient guarantee of some dis interested person tbat If tbe bid la accept ed a contract will be entered Into and tbe performance of 11 properly secured. Tbe olds 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 bias. Bids will be re ceived until 13 o'closk at noon of July 18, 1S73 By order of School Board. June 2a, 1X73. 4t C F. WHITNEY. WRIGHT & RANKIN, MANUFACTURERS OF Portable & Stationary S.iw Mills and Engines, AND GENERAL MACHINISTS. HAVING recently added some first ;lass machinery toour works, and pos setttting tbe edvsntuges of long experience In the ouslneas. we do not hesitate In war ranting to all who may patronise our trade, first-class work, and general satisfaction. Our Saw-MUla, Carriages and Engines, are of late improved designs, simple in struc ture, very eon venlent and efleotlve inopers tiou. All work In tbe machine line intrust ed to ns will receive PROMPT A 1 TENT JON. Particular attention also given to Repairing and Job Work. Works west aide of river, opposite Court House, WARREN, OHIO. MayU,187S-tf ATTACHMENT. Henrlck 8a belle, vs. B. Peterson. fore C. D. Goodrich. J. P., of Liberty township, Trumbull county, Ohio. Ou tie 12th day of May, 17 S, said J ustioe Issued an order of AttacntneDt In the above action for tbe sum of 12 6V-10O dollars. Said cause is set for hearing July 17, ITi, at 4 o'clock, p.m. HEN RICK SABELLE. Girard, Ohio, July 2, lSH-.il CLIPPER! CLIPPER The CUpper STILL. LIVES. TRIUMPHANT OVER ALL OPPOSITION 1 S STILL KING OF THE FIELD, We are now receiving another ear load of CLIPPERS 1 1873 Elrect from the Factory, and offer this well known and favorite machine at old prices. Tlx: No. 2 IVtjw Clipper for $100 Same size os Buckeye, Jr., but a mnch light er a ran macnine, ana warranted not to dog in wet gram, or injure the Hortem nerkt. and has the BUNT Steel CUttlns aunaruLna in I ha WWiU. NO. 2 1IEDICM, 32 INCH WHEEL, $115. NO. 4 LARGE, 30 INCH WHEEL, $130. The Clipper of 1873 Has a greatly Improved DROPPING AT TACHMENT, which can be used with great success lu lodged grass. We keep constantly on hand a very large stock of CLIPPER REPAIRS! For all the machines sold by us. We also are Agents for JOHNSON'S SELF RASE! A combination with the Clipper for Side Delivery, The greatest snecess of the sge cutting all kinds of grain, lodged or standing. LargestHachine.Price $200 Using same Cutting Bar as the Clipper. We are Headquarters for HoIIiniswortli's Rakes 1 The only adjustable Steel Tooth Rake made. racn tootn lliuepenaent oi an toe omera. which do uot scratch or injure meauows. THE PREMIUM BAKE OP THE TV 0 ELD. CALL t EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES. Large stock of CKADLES, SCTTHS, S3ATHS, HAT FORKS, Ac AT TBB OLD HARDWARE STORE OF PARK & PATCH, WARREN, OHIO. June IS. 1873. THE Leavenworth, Lawrence GALVESTON R. R. CO OF KANSAS. Having now received their Patents In full from the Government, placed In market nearly 400,000 Acres ofMagnificen TLm J. 1ST JO S, granted In aid of their Road by the United Stales, a large portion of which has been RESERVED FROM PUBLIC SALE SINCE ISM. These landa are alreaddy traversed by two railroads, ana tne even sections nsving been settled for many years, numer ous villages and railroad sta tions allord a ready market for farm products, and the advantages of cuurcnes, scnooia ana stores, xne com pany offers its lsnds at moderate figures, oa long time, and at low rates of Interest. SALUBRIOUS CLIMATE, PURE WATER AND FERTILE SOIL, renders these lands the most desirable of any now ottering In America Two trains daily leave Leavenworth, Lawrence and Kaniaa City, for all points on the LL& G..R.R. LINE. Land exploring tickets are placed on asle and to parties purchasing lands the cost of same will be refunded. For further par ticulars apply to JOHN W. SCOTT. Land Ooin Channte. Kan., or 1 L.G. R. R. Co., Lawrence, Kan, April 30, lSTl-low. T?STATE of Harrey Stevenson, Jjjdec'd. Notice Is hereby given that ths undersigned has been appointed Adminis trator of the estate of Harvey Blevenson, late of Trumbull county, dee'd. ALMER HUNTLIT. Bloom field, 0 Jnly 2, L6H-A. T EGAL NOTICE. IjNancy B, Green, vs John W. Green, lne defendant above named, whose place of residence Is unknown, will take notice tbat tbe above named plaint! fTflled her pe tition for divorce, on the 27th day of June. A. D. 1H73, in tbe Court of Common Pleaa. Trumbull county, Ohio, praying that she be divorced from the defendant, John W. Green, and for the care and custody of their children. William 8., Annie Jane and Cap- Iiltulla Green.-CauaelaUeged, willful absence or more than three years last past Defend ant la notified to appear and answersald pe tition on or before Augnst Hth, A. D. 1873. I) 1 I 1 .1 . T ' July x,l73-t. Att'y for Pu'lT. A TTACHMENT. Aaron Rlchard.flt'tr. vs. Joseph Clarey, Celt. Before Charles Fitch. J. P., Kins man townsbip, Trumbull county, Onlo. Oa the 11th day of June. 171, said Justice Issued an order of Attachment In tbla ac tion for tbe sum of twenty and 2S-1U) dol lars, and said cause is set for hearing on the second day of August, lbTS, at 1 clock, n. m. of that day. AARON RICHARDS. Kinsman, O, July a, l73-3t I EGAL NOTICE. J Catharine M. Ward vs. Lorenxo D. ard. The defendant above named, sup posed to reside In Colebrook, Ashtabula County, Ohio, will take notice that tbe above named plaintiff filed her petition for divorce lfl tbe Court of Common Pleas, Trumbull Connty, Ohio, on tbe Suth day of June, A. D. UTS. praying that she be di vorced from tbe defendant, Lorenxo D. Ward and restored to her maiden name, and for reasonable alimony. Cause, al leged extreme acta of cruelty. Jjefendant must appear and answer said petition on or before August 11, Is. 3, or tne tacts staled therein will be taken aa true. By HYDE A CRAIG, Ally's fur Pl'H. JalyJ.U73,w. Great Sale of Gas Fixtures! ON TUESDAY. JULY 8th, AT 47 Main Street, will commence a great sale of Gas Fix tares, oom prising some first class designs in Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Braeksts and Drop Lights, which must be sold and will be offered at such prices as will effect a speedy clearance. On view Tuesday. Jnly sin, at 47 Main St.. Warren. T? STATE OE ADAM McCLURU, Pideo'd. The undersigned bavs been duly sVpolnted snd qualified as Administrators n tbe estate ofAdam MoCiurg, dee'd, lale of Truaioull Co., Ohio, . J. L. McCTXRG. J. M. McCLURU. 1). M. McCLURU. Vienna, July X, T3 3t THE WORLD'S JUBI1 , i . i , AT WARREN, ON WEDNESD LOOK FOR IT ! WAIT FOR IT ! SEE IT I &yQ GREAT LONDON CIRCUS ! Sanger's British Menagerie . . .. . Wild m , 4j ...... .jj -trr - ish Mr. Howe ha the honor of Informing- the nnhllc that after a soloarn of seyen years in Great Britain, and Central Europe, where he-enjoyed 1 the uistinguislieu honor of exniiuung his very extensive ana attractive estab lishment to the largest audiences ever known, he has revisited Anreriea,and ia now making hla FIRST TOUB OF NKW ENGLAND, ami wiil.viait barren; ; . - - ; .! - . :,vr, WEDNESDAY, JULY lO, 1873; Giving two Exhibitions. From whence he will In succession visit ALL THE CITIES AND TOWNS OF OHIO. The attractions of this vast and unapproachable establish-, ment are too numerous to permit more than a brief reference Co a few of tnem within tne ordinary limits of an advertisement; but the Management beg to rail the particular attention of an appreciative public to a brief Description of the Hassling Street Display which marks the entree of the establishment into each place It has the honor of visit ing, and in which "The Pomp and Pageantry' cxceedl Ou Gloria of the Dnyt of Chivalry, of the Bptendon of theFSetdt aaolXandGold. " I An Exhibition which the people of England flocked to see from distances ofmaay miles and which they universally acknowledged surpassed anything ever seen In Oreat Brit ain. Among Its many brilliant aud anomalous features will be found - . . .1 1 . .- i ' The Grand Chariot of Aeolus, Of exquisite design and of elaborate finish, bearing upon Its broad platform the FTTLL OPEKA BAND, and followed by the Gorgeooa Seuieays Car of Con foci us, end lue Gold en Dra-on Chariot ou Pluto! which precedes a Cortege ox Knluhts, armed eap-o-pw. and "clad In complete steel." from tbe burnished surface of which tbe sun-beams glance In bright prismatic glory. The Kniabu are accompanied by their "Laydes fairs, cos tumed after the fashion of tbe Mediievlai Period, and followed by "Faithful Squlrea, aa In the days of joust and tournaments. Following this proud cavalcade, eome olfcar Coarlots. Berlins and Cars of graceful form, resplendent with mlrrors,palntln and gold, leading llie GRAXlt A L LKGOACIQA L CAB, upon the expensive daU of which is form ed a charming Tableau Vlvant, IS whicha numberof young ladiea, elegsnuy draped, and representing the various nationalities, appear, representing tbe beautiful j TABLEAU YIVANT OF PEACE. This magnificent ParlpeUttc Picture stands ont as the very acme of all that managerial enterprise and liberality, assisted by the highest art. has yet aceompiisneo, sou though attempts may be made so imitate It no effort of rivalry can do more than maae a faint and weak approximation to the Great Original. Otaer beautiful reaturea of the DAZZLING STEEET . PAGEANT, Will be found In the GORamrS MAMMOTH GLOBE CHARIOT, bearing n J T." rlous platforms a number of LIVING GROUPS, the "hole surmount by an IMMfcNM. GLObK. representing the world, upon -Uich. at an enormous elevation, sltsthe pld and beautiful M ile Desserts, in elejrant classic costume, representing I pJT r natlngthe World. In close proximity toUowshe Chariot of Tttanla toe uaen of the Fairies," drawn by a team of liule alomiea. In the form of 'wQ-foQL? ,i,TtI land Ponies, tbe brilliant cortege extending with a cavalcade of Men-at-Arms tm spinw ed steeds, thus bringing to a close the grandest gratuitous exhibition fj" "t"'?" a foretaste of the merit and artistic excellence of the performances within theglgsnuo marquee, by tbe Equestrian Company, eoiuposed of more than 100 Male and Female Artists, From the best Equestrian Establishment of England and Europe. Including the faatooa DOCKRILL TROUPE OF PARISIAN; RIDERS Combined with SANGER'S ENGLISH MENAGEEIE OF TRAINED ANIMALS. The Largest and most valuable collection In tha world . " ' THE GRAND Extendi or one mile tn length, will enter the city on the 'j faf Jl" ilicent procession, excelling m splendor and extent any thlnw ol ths L tn magnl . Karth. wondarfullytrained and attended by native keepers, rive Per . tornTrugr!lephanuiu the ring at one time, in a diversity of exercises. -' Jn. ' 3C,3B3a.iwJC aCMEr ' aBEBAW Driven in Harness. TbeMreuJ and Menagerie win be exhibited In SEPABA TS TENTS, BUT ON L TONE PRICE OF ADMISSION will be charged, a linere ticket admitting to both Clrcas and Menagarla. , , ......a, '; THE NEV FRENCH ,TROUPE M'lle DOCKRILL, First Equejarlaa of ths aga ; ... .. ' , ,'. Mons. DOCK R11X, and his Manage Horse Ellington ; 1 ! Mons. KENNEBEX, The Fantomtmle Trick Clown; - TJIE BOMELLI MRU.L. GYMNASTS; ; ' l! ' ; ., Jkiildes the superb Horsemacb!p of W. H, MOHQA!. ' ' - ' be World-Champion Hurdle ftluer t MOLOCH, the Trainer, wrestling with a group o. Bengal Tigers. yQSTANO, the Cannibal, enters a den ot Hyenas. TlT-n JTLITOr f PEKIHDRMANOEa ... - - w ha nf III. comprise 30 splendid acta of nnpreoeaenieu spieuuu. . "i ' ' highest grade. Doors open at 1 and T p. m. Performances ht the Clreaa Teat will not oeiln nntn an hoar Uter, tn order to give the audience an oppor tunlty of InspecUug the menagerie of Wild Beasts during the Interim, ADMISSION TO ALL 50 Ctf. Jniyl,isrc-2t. '.ir ni !u July 161 J, tiy. and Collection of Trained Beasts. CARAVAN, CIIIDREN UNDER NINEt 25 Clu.