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'? jiff. W i , l fti, P A--:v- yf'rfCr?:;?7 .yf 'v-- ;- v x ... . v . . . j . v ..-. r i ---- PEERLESS SELF-RAKING REAPER, IM-A-DE BIT, C. RUSSELL & CO., CANTON, OHIO. SOLD EXCLXTSIYLEY ON vITS : MERIT. The Farmers of Stark County are invited to call at the Works and inspect it, or send for Descriptive Circulars. The World's Great Object Teacher's Culminating Triumph. mmP. T. Barnum's Great Traveline World's Fairm l''WWHU,Nil . 7 dw 5J Museum, Menagerie, Caravan Circus and Colossal Exposition of All Nations! CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE i6TH,i87 What Steam., Electricity and One Million Dollars have Accomplished. In originating, organliln?, nnd pfrfectlng what 1 nn&nlniuusly prunounced Ly the Press 1 he World's Show, And the only Exhltlon In A merle recognized and ap proved by the Helminun lase and dally witnew.'d by eminent clergymen and teachers. Returning more than 1'KN T1HKH THE PRICE OP ADMISSION a single ticket, lonly N) centH) admit ting to each department (Jliildren under nine yenrn, httlC price. KltKK ADMISSION to nil who pnrchai'e the life of P,T. Uakni'H. written by hiuiHelf; M juiges, illUHtrnted and completed up to 1H7 Keducvd Ironi ti VJ to HI ftO. "Worth a 910U Greenback to a negiiiner." Horace Oreely. TWENTY GREAT SHOWS IN ONE. Over 1,000 Men and Horses. 0 VH A Separate Stupendous INTERCONTINENTAL AMPHITHEATRE, With Seats for 10,000 Spectators. Presenting in supreme .artistic competition mid stellar rivalry. Dan Castellds International Hippodrome -AND Lowande's Imperial Erazilian Circus, Ooti8titntin(j an altnpether nnprecedented and DPerless ooT'i entrot on of GREAT ARENAS BEYOND CENSURE, and a CENTENNIAL OF CIRCUS CELEBRI TIES, prominent among the pre-eminent being The Great Martinho Lowande, Th Wild Rider of Brazil, whoso superbly daring and phenominal achievement oo one, four and seven bareback horses, establish him "Champion" by the unani mous consent of his profession. MME. ELIZA DOCKRILL, The "Empress of the Arena," and Lovely Amazon of the bareback Equestriennes. TONY, the Centaur Child Htro.- Mons. R. H. Dockrill, : Master of the Menage. I' f , v wo,ooo CARDINAL CURIOSITIES! Steam Engine OoGratGil Automatic anfl Polytechnic Institute. Barnum's Colosseum of Foreign Automatons ndudlng hundreds of extremely curioux and di verting Life-mimicking, moving ileclianicul Auto matons, from f aria, Geneva, BruMels and Unln. 1,500 Repntentalivc Animalt, Leutti liirdt, liepliLi and Amphibiovi liontttri. The only LIVING GIRAFFES in America Singly more Expensive than any ordinary Menagerie. The only School of Captive Living Sea Lions, Id great tanks of water. The only African Mount Atlas. BLACK MAN ED LION, As large as an ox. The only OKU VINE KTHWPU.V HORNED HORSE, 1HE OHLY QIAST ELAND. MATHALIO LOWANDE, The Leopard Athlete. LUKE RIVERS, The original "Pete Jenkins" and equestrian Burton. The Leslie Brothers, Fred, John and Lews, Champion American Gymnasts. IVM. II. PORTER, The lunnicst of felt-orowned fools. Together with the greatest nnmberof the Greai est Riders, Leaprrs, Gymnasts, Trapezius, Contortionists, Clowns, PttntomimUt. and General Performers of every nation, ever congregated, (More i, nZk pre-eminent Areni,! Talent to constitute a score of ordinary circuses. A CARAVAN COLLEGE Of Educated Eli-plmnlH. Performing Ponies, Magnificent Trick Charge r-.nL. Equestrians, Clown Mules, Ape Actors, and other astoniHhiriKBriita S. linlnro 1 wo Leviathan Universal Living Expositions Daily. Doors Open at 1 and 7 P. M. GRAND ANIMAL ARENIC ENTREE ONE HOUR LATER. ' 5T Remember that a Single Ticket, for tho usual price, admits to the ENTIRE 20 SHOWS, with Free Admission to all who buy P. T. Barnum's Autobiography.-! The Great World's Fair will also- exhibit ar Akron, Tuesday, June 15; at Massillon, Tlnir.day, June 17, ' - ' ' ' 1" I