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British, Columbians Excited Over
0f One . of Their Sealing VeSsels by
'the Cussian Warship.
. A' Meeting Hurriedly Called and the Oaie
'.' DUctuse'l by the llrltlih Columbia Scul-
er' f Association A Iteiiuest te be
.Petit for a Urltlsh Wnrshlp,
' .siVicxeniA, u. u, aept. .wnen uie
jjjjr complete story of an American and
tnree Canadian schooners ecing seizea
' off the Russian coast was read Wcdnes-
-,'dey, the excitement throughout the
1 city became Intense. A meeting of the
British Columbia Scalers' association
was hurriedly called, ami the cese was
H discussed in all its phases.
, .The meeting was held with closed
W-' ,.v doers, and the only fact reported was
4w- solicitors for the association
(Siir statement of the details of the case te
i., Vn- tlioTnririel tr Sir Jehn Abbett.
tr . ; i .: r,-ii ;..'
premier 01 me dominion ui vuuuuiu
Theodere Davie, provincial premier,
also took the matter up and has had
.affidavits! embodying the main facts
' prepared for the use of the department
: The British Columbia beard of trade
also prepared a memorial en the sub-
. jeet, which was forwarded by wire te
Ottawa. According te the records ei
the'scallnff association, there arc vet &$
K sealing schooners out, all having had
luavruvuuua uiiur (jvuiii iihj wuei
catch te go ever en the Russian and
Certain it is that of these some will
r be Seized, and if the same course of nc-
. tien is taken- the etliers may be left te
perish en the barren shores of Bering
v while the valuable schooners will un
doubtedly meet the sarae fata as these
already seiecd and1 'destroyed.
'' The less shown eventually will btf
enormous, each of the schooners being
valued at between 35,000 and $20,000.
The worst of all is that the scalers have
no means of warning their schooners.
A request has been sent te Admiral
Hotham te send a warship te the
'Russian.oeast te protect the British in
Lumber Schooner Uotteni Up.
. MAsistee, Mich., Sept. 2. The'
r schooner City of Teledo left this pert
' Tuesday leaded with lumber nnd bound
for. Michigan City, Ind. A heavy wfnd
i was blowing at the time, which seen
, became a gale.' The vessel was seen
Inlvn-lnr imllv ltlui Vimiw unfl nnd
,, finally heisted a flag of distress, but be
fore assistance could be rendered tne
-.vessel put about ler the north, appar-
S- ently malting for the Manlteus. Eurly
"8&-' Wednesday morning Umj report reached
$ this city that the vessel had been found
jta, .bottom tip, one-half mile from the beach
j':'.iit Hepkins pier, near Pierport. It is
;3 - vbclieved that allv en beard were
.ir Mantemen'n Prediction.
't... " Nkw .Ojilkaxs, Sept. -2. lint Master-$4,-'
son,, king bee of tlve Denver sports, said
S- inau interview that Corbett would win
2p' . from Sullivan quicker than the latter
could wink his eye. Dixen will win in
a walk. Of the Myer-McAulitfe
vfW , fight it is a toss-up as te the
u?fj-.tf itrlMtiAM Atw Afnti.cnn Tine lv..n
1V.U..W.. HIUOH.IAU MM3 ITV-I..A
see Skelly, arnl says he has
$ many weak points. In a sot-te with
0' Hegan that the Denver man 9avv, he
-'sald Skelly left his side unguanletl in
such a manner that if he does it in the
fight with Dixen he will put him out in
short time. He thinks Corbett the
"master of Sullivan by reason of his
youth, science and endurance.
..Wholesale Dkchurire of Conductors.
Kansas Crrv, Me., Sept. 2. It is
Ve,.,.,! 4ltrt r tVirliielfi Ucnlm irA ft
passenger train conductors en thcSantu
Fe.and ether railroads was begun
Thursday nnd will continue until every
onqef the eldmen have been dismissed.
The reasons for dismissal are net-clear-ly
stated, but it Is believed te be the re
sult of nn investigation 6et en feet a
few weeks age, in which it developed
&V that the conductors were carrying
passengers for less than the regular
"fare nnd pocketing the amount charged.
Can't l'roceed te IlitinburK.
Londen, Sept. 8. The Hamburg-
, American line steamer Fuerst Bismnrclc,
!;'Cflpt. Albcrs, from New Yerk, August
25, arrived at bouthamptep i hursday
it 'morning. Under the new regulations
f -of the Hamburg-American Inicket Ce.,
"the i'uerst Bismarck will net proceed te
tHarhbuKr. Her Dassenjrers will be
SBfM j-. I JI 1 -.1
A5JauutXi uuu iiur.tjurj uifiiiiirvu ill.
Wiw Vinif Snnt. A. Vmf .T(inn Hru.
L. ii -l.it,... .....l .vAln. Ju
Vi A mer, euiiiur, suiuiur uuu wuuiur, viuu
u- ... . ri.11 .1 . r.
president ei me jouegv ei me uy ex
Ne'w Yerk, half brother of the lote
t- 'William II, king of Helland, and at one
tlme taiued ei as successor te uie
'' throne, was found dead in his room at
the Curtis house, Lenex, Mass. He was
88 years old. Heart disease was the
cause of death.
' - Cholera at Liverpool.
Livehtoel, Sept. 2. The physicians
-who have been watching the cases of
1 the four Russian emigrants who were
attacked Wednesday with a suspicious
sickness, while waiting te go en beard
a steamer for the United States, have
officially declared that the dlsoase from
which they are suffering is true Asiatic
Quarantine te lie Ucclared.
' Wabuingten. Sept a It has been
"" s determined te proclaim 20 days' quar-
, ,'- itntine en all vessels sailing after Thurs-
' day from any tturopean pert xer me
; United SUtea, and carrying immigrants.
- Th'e 'quarantine will net apply te vesj
,' sels already afloat, nor te any vessel
net carrying Iramlgranta.
A Deadly Duel.
. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 3,-Willlam W.
Springer and Beb Wright, of Gaines
ville, engaged in a duel, Springer
was .'killed and Wright dangerously
wounded.- Domeetie trouble in the
Springer family, involving Wrifht,
caused the aMOHaUr.t'
n the MieleM WtBnti-llue4U
tra'8etslen at Congress. !
- VABHINOTBN. eepur .r73iH;aKiBsr ui
the president's; return, Searetary' Fos Fes
ter, qf' the treasury department, said:
"We have been In recelpt of many
anxious telegrams from various state
beards of health, and in some cases,
the request for an extra session of
congress has been made. Se far
nslain concerned I de net see what
geed could come of such a step. Con
gress could net Imj convened without
thirty days' notice, and in that tlme the
disease might have had time te have
spread ever the vhole country, but I
am net at all alarmed. We have, in the
present quarantine law and Immigra
tion laws nil the power that is need
ed in the case We can held immi
grants until it is certain that all danger
of contagion is ever, and, if necessary,
we can send them back. The only
further action that congress could take
in the matter would be the prohibition
of immigration, and that would be of
no effect without the total' crippling of
commerce, for the infection is as likely
te arise through the crews of merchant
vessels as in any ether way." ,
Prof, rickerlim Send an Account of Ills
Observations Frem Arcciuljia.
Nbw Yeiik, Sept 2. Prof. Pickering,
of Harvard, who has been making ob
servations of Mars at Arcquipa, Peru,
cables the Herald as follews: "Mars
has two mountain ranges near the
south pole. Melted snow has collected
between them before flowing north
ward. In. the equatorial mountain
range, te the north of the gray
regions, snow fell en two summits en
August 5 and melted en August
7. I have seen 11 lakes near Soils
Lecus, varying in area from 80 te 100
miles te 40 by -10 miles. Branching dark
lines connect them with two large.dark
areas like seas, but net blue. There has
been much trouble since the snow melt
ed in the nrenn clouds. These oleuds
arc net white, but yellowish, nnd part
ly transparent They new seem te be
breaking up, but they hang densely en
the south side of the mountain range.
The northern green spot has been pho
tographed. Many of Schalparelll's
canals have been seen single.
GONE INTO EFFECT.
Ciinndlttns Ilnve Mnde Ne 1'renaratlenn te
Mentiieal, Que., Sept 2. President
Harrison's retaliation proclamation
went into effect Thursday.and the trade
here are anxious en account of the gov
ernment having made no preparation
te nullify its effect. It was scinl-efii-dally
posted that tells Imposed by
the United States would be repaid
te Canadian vcsselmcn by the do
minion government, but no money has
yet been voted for this purpose. There
la a prospect of the detention of a num
ber of ocean steamers at this point by
reason of net receiving their grain, as
the tells net being refunded this grain
will go te Ogdcnsburg in American bot
toms. If enough grain can net be pro
cured in time the ocean steamers will
have te go without their full freight
Krpiihllriinft lu Uniform.
Cei.U.MiiUS, O., Sept 2. The executive
committee of the Ohie republican league
held a well attended meeting here
Thursday morning and received re
ports from the committeemen of a num
ber of counties. The most important
question directly affecting the league
organization was that of establishing a
uniform rank. The preposition was
acted upon favorably, and a committee
consisting of Hurry C Critchfield, Knox
county; W. M. C. Clornmens, of Mor Mer
row; Clias. Stewart, of Clark; T. E. Pe Pe
tereon, Tuscarawas, and W. Z. McDon
ald, of Summit was appointed te per
fect the plans for uniferming the clubs.
It is tlte intention te have as many
clubs as possible equipped for the open
ing of the campaign.
Murdered Her Step-Child.
Milladeuk, Wis., Sept 2. The body
of Mary Vullchka, the 7-year-old girl
who mysteriously disappeared a week
age last Sunday, was found Wednesday
buried in the weeds, where it had been
placed by her step-mother, who con
fesses te having murdered the girL She
says that the little girl was cress, and
in a fit of anger sh struck tlie child ever
the head with a club, killing it instant
ly. Mrs. Valichka will be placed in jail.
She is but 21 years old
A Hired .tlnu'H lllend)' Werk.
Steuuenviixe, 0., Sept 2. A bloody
murder took place in Cress Creek town
ship, this county, three miles west of
this clty Geerge Skinner, a hired man,
shot and Instantly killed his employer,
Geerge Lentner, and fatally wounded
Leatner's wife and her mother, and
then blew out his own brains. Lcutncr
wus a wealthy and well known farmer,
and the killing was the result of n quar
rel with Skinner, which resulted in his
dlschurge by Le'atner.
Five Men Mllnir.
Baypiklt), Wis., Sept 2. A party of
five men working In a quarry en Wil Wil
eon's Island left Bayfield in a small
beat, Tuesday night during a severe
steria It 8 supposed they were
drowned. Thelr names are Fred Con Cen
lee, Fred Masher, Ira Richardson,
Charles Thern and nn unknown man.
It is said that some of thorn were intox
icated. They have net been heard from
since leaving here. A party of men is
new in search for the beat .
Bosten, Sept 2. Vessels hereafter
may bring Immigrants te this pert from
no European ports whatever without
the newcomers being subject te the
cleansing and fumigating process here
tofore required by the beard of health
only when vessels have come from dis
tricts known te be infected. This new
order is due te the report that cholera
has appeared in Londen.
Ne Mere ImnilKriiut.
.Nkw Yeiik, Sept 2. The agents of
the Humburg-Amcrican "Packet Ce., te
which Hue the plague 6hlp Moravia be bo be
lengs, have new decided te abandon its
immlgranOsorvlce entirely. The last
steamer carrying Immigrants left Ham
burg Wednesday. It was the Bohemia,
which earrled 08 cabin and 490 steerage
Gathered rreaAH'rss of the Cenner '
t ,fy Telearph. f ,
Peter Meran, a1. Homestead strike,
was arrested and committed te jail
Thursday morning en a charge of riot
A new steel beam bridge will be built
ever' the Shonandeab river ai Harper's
Ferry, W. Va, It will cost $10,000 and
be ever 000 feet long.
The democrats of the Eleventh dis
trict of Missouri, embracing the north
ern part of St Leuis, reneminated Jehn
J. O'Neil for congress.
The Sullivan special te New Orleans
left New Yerk at 5:15 Thursday after
noon via Buffalo, Cleveland, Cincinnati
, and south by Queen and Crescent route.
Chairman Taubcncck has called a
meeting of the national executive com
mittee of the People's party, te be held
at the Richelieu hotel, St Leuis, Sep
During a Ixvlloen ascension at the
county fair et Melbourne, W. Va., the
balloon burst when about 100 feet up
and the woman occupant fell and was
The steamship Clement which runs
between Liverpool and Hamburg, en
Thursday landed at Falmouth, Eng.,
four seamen (11 of cholera. She has
Several men of high standing, Includ
ing Solicitor Russell, who was engaged
in superintending the transport and
burial of cholera victims at Havre, are
among theso who died of the iflague.
Senater Hele states te a newspaper
man that Mr. Blaine will make no
speeches during the campaign, but is
new engaged in writing a letter that
is llkely te appear any day, which he
devotes te seme of the issues that are
being discussed, and in which he takes
a deep interest
It Is understood that President Har
rison's letter of acceptance will be made
public en Monday morning next Mr.
Whitelaw Reid's will fellow about Sep
tember 15. Mr. Cleveland has net yet
indicated when his letter of acceptance
will be given out, but it Is expected te
be made public net later than Septem
ber 20. -
At Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Minnie
Miner, the silk and satin draped pro
curess ordered te the work-house for
thirty days, secured a rehearing Thurs
day, and en trial she was fined 8100 and
costs and was sontenecd te ninety days'
imprisonment Thereupon slie appealed
te the criminal court This is the wom
an charged by the police with making
the ruin of young girls a specialty.
Jehn Kolesar, a murderer awaiting
trial, committed suicide in jail at Cleve
land, 0., by hanging. On November 10
he shot and killed his wife, in her room,
at 37 Cress street Mrs. Kolesar had
been living in the city for eighteen
months, with her paramour, Paul Web
ber. She deserted her husband in Den
ver and flbd te Cleveland. Kolesar fol
lowed and killed her.
CINCINNATI, Sept 2.
Fleur Winter patent U.OO&i.iO; fancy,
fawa-n); family, iiCOOiTS; extra, fcil32.;
low grade, 1.GU2.2.00; sprln? patent,
M. 1034.73; sprin? fancv, jaiKWJI.W): spring
fumlly. I3.8.T?-3.0.V Hye Heur, f3.7Q3 00.
Wheat There wns seme milling demand for
geed Ne. t red et 7071c, but shippers claimed
te have no margin above Tic Lewer sredea
ware heavy, bcins pressed for sale, Ne. 3 red
selling en Inspection sample at tUc.
Cehn Wus dull and wealc Ne. 2 white
shelled nominally held at Me and Ne. S mixed
at 51c, but above buyers' views. Prime te
choice ear salable at 47$l9e and slew.
Oats Ne. U white acaroe and held at 333 E9e,
according te quality, and Ne. 2 mixed worth
31&35G, some prime samples being otlered at
Hyu The market was heavy and dull. It
would be difficult te sell Ne. 2 at butter than OOe
and Ne. 3 had KOe best bid.
Catti.e Shippers, geed te choice, H2.SSJ.tM:
oemtnoo te fair, i.CUjl,X; oxen, geed te
cbolce, I3.2i3-3.T; common te fair, !1.7.V&.10J;
select butcher, W.O34.2."; none et beat en
sale: fair te geed, ti0O24.0Oj common,
.503.2.M; heifers, geed te choice heavy, a2i3
183; geed te choice light, ClOOSaa-i; common te
fair, tt.50&2.!M. '
Heea Solect heavv and prime butchers, 15.00
Q6.SA; fair te geed packing, M.&O&L0O; common
and rough, !aT554.40; fair te geed light, N.503
liOO: fat plgu, M.00-tffi.
Sheep a.nd Lamus Sheep Wethers and
yearlings, HfOSiO); fat ewes, J-t.Cu21.S0: com
mon te fair mixed, O.0J a7J; ateclt ewcs,5a252
4.0J; extra, H23iHM Lambs Ilest shippers,
WOQaaa; fair te geed, I5.C035.7S: cearsw and
heavy, lM.uai2i.VU. butchcr-V, ia5tf2l.5: culls,
New yeiik, Sept. 2.
Wheat iVipU-mbcr.TSHei October, ""Vye; De
cember, Xks; May, bSMc.
KY& Neminal: western. ftlftfl7c
Cern Lewer and weak, dull: September,
55Sc: October, MJjw November, M'ie: Decem
Oats Dull, lower; October, 3S.i; western,
Pirrsncnan, Sept 2.
Catti.e Market slew at unchanged prices.
Hoes Market slew: fair te beat Philadel
phia, .2&a.40; fair te best, t5.OX3.MU; grass
crs, t4.5H&4.80. Nine cars of hogs shipped te
Sheei Market very dull et about yester
Ualtimeiie, Sept 2.
Wheat Weak: Ne. 2 red spot and Septem
ber, 74iJcs October, 764ei December, TOcj
steamer Ne. 3 red, C9Jj70c.
Conn Dull; mixed spot, September and
October, 55e eaked,
Oats Easier; Ne. 2 whlta western, 4l&42e;
Ne. 2 mixed western, S839e.
RYE Wiwk; Ne. 2, 6Te asked.
Uuicaoe, Sept 2.
Floun and Chain Cesh quotations. Fleur
dull and nominally 10015c lower. Ne. 2 spring
wheat, 74c; Ne S spring wheat, G0fe7e; Ne.
2 red, 74e; Ne. 2 corn, 4yc; Ne. 2 eats, 33Xc;
Ne. 2 white, 34ie; Ne, 3 white, 32&32Ve;
Ne. C rye, fc-He; Ne. 2 barley, 3e: Ne. 1 Lab.,
4l303et Ne. 4 f. a K 852r0e; Xe. 1 flaxseed,
PIIII.ADELVIIIA, Sept. 2.
Whuat Weah, and declined )c en all de
liveries of Ne. 2 red, due te free offerings In the
West, krwer cabled and light demand for ex ex
eort; high grades scarce and ruled (Inn:
steamer Ne. 8.rud in oxpert elevater 74Vfe. Ne.
i red September T5xa75Vje,
Cehn-nSuppIIm of local cur lets small, but
demands very slew and prices about Je lower;
futures wholly nominal In the absence of busi
ness; Ne. 2 mixed In expert elevator 691(0,
WS0)e for loco! trade; Ne. 2 mixed September,
October, November and December 5iJSIlia
Oats Car lets and options dcllncd Me under
light I.xmiI trade demand nnd free oflerlngo of
new vrew new. Ne. 2 mixed 3Ce; new Ne. 3
white 37e; choice de 37Hc; part new and part
3ld Ne. 3 white Sfe; new Ne, 2 white JOe; de
:hnlce en track 41c, Ne. 2 white September
TOUUK), O., Sept. 3,
Wheat Active and firm; Ne. 3 cash,4,7il4e:
Jcpteraber, 7dMei Ootebor, 78.Vc; December,
THci May, 8!e.
Cehn Dull and Arm: Ne. 2 cash, ftlc
OATsQulet; Ne. 2, caiiU, savia
Rrs-Dulls eMh7 He.
CU)vbk Swd Aotlve tad lower; priw,
wsb, MOO; OeHibr, 6.ci NevMBber, HM
Uaia Lntvtr Dailu Circulation than anu ether
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FOUNDED DECEMHEll M. 1687.
Circulation Over 100,000 Copies Daily.
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tin wires; litis no unlmesltlta te aveutrc.
The Jiwt Henarkahlc Xeunnapcr Suceee in
New Yerk. The frets U a NatUmal Succce.
Chenp news, vulKftr sensations nnd trash
find no nlncein the celuu.ns of The l'HK!)S.
The Piiess has the brlght-st Editorial page
In New Yerk. It sparkles with K)lnts.
The 1'iikss Sunday edition is a splendid
twenty na(fe paper, covering every current
topic of Interest.
the I'HEfS Weekly Edition contains all tlie
K(xd thlnfrs of the Dally and Sunday editions.
Fer theso who cannot atterd the Dally or are
prevented by distance from early receiving It,
the Weekly Is a splendid substitute.
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THE PRESS, 38 Park Rew. New Yerk.
Allen A. Edmonds,
FU2LIS LI3SI3 BriKIiTJ,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
WITH TYPE. "
State National Bank
CAPITAL STUCK $!iHI,00
DO A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
C. II. 1'kaiick, QaKliler.
W. II. Cox, President.
. Jmi. I'ij.k. Vlw-I'ruldent,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen G rover, Calvert C. Arthur,
Kdward F. Hernden, Henry A. Hees, H. W.
Itees nnd William Munley have become In
corporated by vlrtue of the previsions of the
General Statutes or Kentucky under the name
of Shannen and Ferman Chapel Turnplke
Company, and the principal place of transact
inn business is at the residence of Jehn 11.
Hernden. Esq.. Masen county, Ky.
Second The nnttire of tlie business pro
posed le be transacted Is the construction,
maintenance and operation et a turnplke
read from the Sardls Turnplkn itead near the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Fermnn's Chi.pel, n dlstnnee et
itlieut two and a half tulles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion Is six thousand dollars, lu shares of
paid in upon call or the Directors, and the
stock of Masen county In accordance with ro re ro
qulremcntser theorderef the Court of Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall commence
business as seen as two thousand dollars Is
subscribed tothecapltal stock and shall con
tinue In existence ilfty years.
Fifth The affairs of the corporation are te
he conducted by a President and a Heard of
Directors, Ave In number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, all of whom are te be stockholders
In said corporation. The tlrst set of officers
shall be Allen Grevor, President: II. W. Hees,
Culvert O. Arthur, Kdward F. Hernden, Wil
llam Manler and Henry A. Hees. Directors;
Edward F. Iluriiden, Secretary: H. . Hees,
TrniiRlirnr. niiW tliei- Rhllll held their OhiOCS
"until theUrst Monday In April, !, and uutll
tneir successors are ennsen anil quanneii: nnu
every first Monday In April thereafter a Pres
ident and Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, nnd it Secretary and
Treasurer by the President and Heard or Di
rectors te held for the eiisulnir veur mid until
their successors are nliosen ami qualified.
Sixth The liulohlednoss of said cornoni cernoni corneni
tlon shall at na tlme exceed the sum of tire
Seventh The private property of the stock
holders ts te be exempt from the corporate
debts of said coriHiruileii.
EDWARD K. lliRNDON,
1IKNHV A, KXMfc,
II. W, Him,
h (fMf ' WBl
Just JSToie '
te sny much about our
but we pause te laugh with these who
laugh and remark that the big prospects
are hist new about bs encouraging as one
ceuiu nsu ler.
HENRY OUT, MAYSVILLB.
s DRUG STORE
A First-class Line of
Femul in n Drus Stere.
P0WEE & REYNOLDS.
M PUEE DRDGS!
Paints and Oils, Ilest Brushes,
Finest Soaps and Perfumes, the
Choicest Assortment of Fancy
Goods, Greatest Variety of Lamps
All for sale hy
J. JAMES WOOD
Prescriptions at nil hours prepared with
care and accuracy by William C. Weed,
Before buying a Gas T?m TPQT?
It cooks with a current of het air.
be had el
S.B. OLDHAM, iWtSMfc
Dr. MORRIS H. PJIISTEK,
Chronic dl"ites et every chamcter a e
cla ty, iireminetit anienc which are
Nasal Catarrh, Threat and Lunj?
Professleinil cnll answered promptly. Ottlce
corner tnirii nnu Mitten si i eeis.
WHITE. JUDD & CO. .
-.We Mill in tht-
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
ONE FAKE FOR ROUND TRIP!
-HO COM TIII
Tin C. and O. ltailread will soil round trip
tickets en account ei.tnu mpiey, unie, fair,
Aug. 30th te .Sept. 2d
One tare ler tne round trip from Cincinnati
and Portsmouth and all Intermcdinte points.
Tickets Kexl returning ns Inte as Saturday,
SepU'inher :m. uut reauy te r.ttenn ine rair
and see the splendid s'iew and enjoy the occa
sion. Most pleasant Kreunds In Olile.
l'niiiiiiiMis liberal and itald In void before
the stock leaves the rlntf.
THE MAYSVILLE BAND,
known as " Hnucke's Heed mid gllver Cornet
llmid," will turnUti the iniisie.
Ooine and see the line show of Horses, and
Plorel Hall Display ."and enjuy a regular Cen.
cert durltur llie Fair.. 8tmd (or Cataloaue te
L. H. WILtilAMS, Sec'y.
An. exhibition manlfestly worthy Ita'' ',
merican reputatiea and tue extensive -e
premises; with whichut came upon Au
stralier-Sydney Daily Telegraph,
JUST FROM ITS
Te exhibit in all its millienaire perfect
tien at Maysvillc weunesday,
0K TUB AV0RLI).
Only stupendous living Australian ex
hibit, regal Reman hippodrome, monster
menagerie, only giant hippopotami, trio
of most tremendous tigers, only school of.
trntiwwl mnniititr si'fi linnq. Iilrrpfw;! efr-
cusses en earth, only tribe of wild Be
deuin warrior athletes, only darRest Af
rican auuarium. Antipodean Aviary, the
Olvmphinn stage of old, only royal Japa
nese troupe, mid-air gymnasium, chil
dren's fairyland frolics, grotesque carni
val. Arabian Niuhts. romances, spectacu
lar pilgrimaues te Mecca, supereest free .
Mere profit and pleasure for the money
and the ene cheap price of admission
than any ether has ever even dreamed of
daring te eiler. ,
Acknowledged greatest in two great
empires. A bridge of wonders spanning .
the Pacific. Every act as icturcd. ,
Every attraction as described. Every
premise fulfilled. It lias made the great
est journey of the kind. Most daring
feat of private enterprise. Whole rail
road trains of vast and novel shows.
Great steamship leads of strangely cu
rious thiiiL's. An artist army in stupen
One hundred champions. Eighty novel,
brilliant acts. New faces from afar.
Ilare and costly novelties. Great deeds
of modern times and ancient days. Orig
inal and astounding revelations. Heroes
and heroines of the arena and race course.
Imperial program of most thrilling races.
Every hippodrematic, equestrian, rcrial
and athletic display possible te geniua,
daring and physical perfection. The
beauty, grace, and skill of every Natien.
Pre-emideut lady charietceis and jockeys.
The most grotcsque fun-makers. Beasts
that de everything but talk. Every liv
ing thlntr, feat, feature and production
worthy of association with the greatest
shows. Grandest amphitheater ever
Everybody should sce Ita glorious free free
inernlm: holiday parade. A dazzling.
sonsntlenid inilllonalre display of geldwt
elf laud, Arabian nights, oriental, wlW
beasts, spectacular, reeplcmlcnt wenan. ,
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Twe Performtnees Daily i
At 2 and 8 I), ui, Doeri epan 0110 ker. '
previeui. Lewest excur1en vMH hem
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