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HR?.Vv; , -" !' .V years slxirtfl oF-Fleyd oethtty, ami made i feed authored rrm,AHPi of the-feuntcr
gTaltbn'.Hall, the Desperado and
v Killer of Many Men,
Y. When He Mcet3 Death Face te Face en
the Gallows Breaks Down.
tTbetuands ttt People Soe the Drep Fall
.A Leng Hpoeeh Loekod Fer Frem the
Dcjomed Man A Leng Story of
- Crime That Lacks fiemancc.
Norrrex, Vn., Sept 8. Talt Ilnll, the
Kentucky desperado, was Bafely hanged
at Wise courthouse, Va. at neon Fri
day. '' At 0:30 a. m. tliore wcre 3.000 pee
ple pouring Inte the village from every
.direction te get ene gllmpse of a man
after death who liaa bcoemo be notor
ious. By neon there were thousands
r, Talton Uall, the condemned man,
; usually noted for his bravery, broke
"down completely and steed a coward In
v the .shadow of the gallows. He had
r steed in front of showering bullets, but
.grim death, the antagonist of life,
had tee many terrors for him.
A tempting breakfast prepared by his
ltnr tvnja r1nfvl twifniv. Mm nliMif. f
o'clock, but he refused te cat. ITe drank
a' eup of coffce and then called for
whisky. A drink was given him, but it
. had Uttle'feffecC
-. Guards were en duty around the jail
:,and in the vicinity of the courthouse all
'-' night Outposts of three men were sta
tioned en each read leading into the
town during the night, and every man
who came in was searched, and if found
4t A A cm n 7f w. m A v aw h! n cl.1 Aittlt
'?' weapons were confiscated.
. The crlnje 'or which Taltea Hall suffered the
extrcine penalty of the law Friday was one of
ftbe most atrocious murders ever perpetrated In
.this section. On July 25, 1891, Enes U. Hylteu,
who a short tlme beferd had been appointed a
special policeman of the town of Norten, Wise
county, VK, had taken into custody Miles
Sates, a-despcrate character of that region for
the theft of a watch and a pistol. Whlle taking
his prisoner down the railroad, Talton Hall
came across the Odd, diagonally from the
town, and overtook them. He demanded the
rcle&se of the prlsoner, which Hylton, of course,
refused. Dcfere Hylton had ttme te draw his
weapon or say anything further, Hall pulled out
n38-callber pistol and shot him, killing him In
stantly. Hall and Uates started off together,
and, after going a short distance, turned Inte
the weeds and made their escape before pur
suit was organized.
Nest seen of Hall was at Ceburn, whence he
went te Roanoke. He remained In Southwest
Virginia-several weeks and then went back
through Norten, Dig S tone Gap te Mlddlesbore,
where he stayed nil night, registering at the
hotel. Then he went by way of Knesvllle and
Chattanooga te Memphis, where he was sub
sequently arrested. Hall claimed en his trial
that he had net seen Hylton before that day,
which was possibly .true; but It Is net believed
that the murderer's only motive was the re
fusal of Hylton te release his prisoner. Hall
had eloped with a married woman named Say-
K ftler, who was the the .sister-in-law of Hylton.
i - - . Cinvtl t ftff AvnrntMl Cnnlni wna noertBelnnln1
It Is new pretty certain, by the hand of Talt
HalL Hylton Is said te heve sworn te kill the
man who murdered his brother-in-law, and It Is
pretty certain that Hall heard of It and took
advantage of the fact of Hylton having Dates
under arrest te pick a quarrel with him and kill
After a stay of several months In Memphis,
he was arrested and brought buek, te Wise C
II., where he was brought te trial In the early
spring, and convicted of murder in the tlrst de-
-Bret. He was Immediately taken te Lynch-
burg after his sentence, and ledged in J.tll for
' His counsel took an appeal te the supreme
court where the decision of the lower court
t was"efUnud, when Hall was taken te Wise C.
, It, and resentenced te bang fa the Sd of Sep
tember. Jnstced of returning him te Lynch
'"burg the sheriff summoned a guard of fifty men
, front Hlg Stene Oap, Morten and ether towns
" In the county, who have been en guard, heavily
; armed, up te the day of the exocutleu.
, The "first killing he took Inte account was
(When he was a Confederate guerllki among the
f East Tennessee mountains.
v uue eui grouting otte uay nc oaceunterea a
Union soldier In a read. The men both halted,
' and before the soldier recovered from his as
tonishment Hall threw up hU gun and shot
"him tlraugh his head. Rofleotlng en his maiden
effort Mr. Hall said! "I felt kinder sorry for
the feller, but I made a suit of clothe nnd a
.pair of beets, tharwore selling for fr!7." Contin
uing, he said: "I killed six or seven men during
the war. They were net all Union soldiers,
though. Twe of them were meesmntes that
disagreed with me ever a game of seven-up."
' Before tba war ended nail had gotten into the
habit of killing men. and whim it '4-iia ever
could Det break himself. Muidcrs vume fast
"and eesr, and bis never tee temder conscience
became mera callous than ever. One night he
walked out from a little Virginia villagu with a
horse-trader. When he returned he had plenty
of money te spend, and uobedy cared te ask
where he get It. The body of the hersa-trader
'was found near the "dtvlde" of n creek In the
, He varied the next Incident In bis sanguinary
i career by planting a knife up te the hilt In the
.groin of a drunken companion. Ilcfere he
moved away from that part of the country
mere than twenty murders were committed by
fhlm and the bund of desperadoes that sprang
;-'up around blm. The whele country was thrown
,lnte a stale of terror by their bloody orgies at
the villages. Hall was mede Uulted States
I marshal as an expedient te get rid of him. It
was hoped that seme outlaw would kill him.
v. He tnade a geed officer in ene respect all
., illicit, dlstlllers who had crossed him were hunt
' ed out of their bldtngplaeca. Hall did net arrest
i these he caught, be killed them. It was net
. ,' long bef ero meit of his enemle.1 left the country.
, Having killed all the male population he had a
" grudge ugalnst, he began te exceed even the
privileges of uninterrupted slaughter. He out
raged women. This proved te be beyond the
enduranee of the people, and they at last organ
ized a vigilance committee and hunted Hall and
his followers across the mountain range into
Tennessee. Se long as he confined bis bloody
work te the fastnesses of the Alleghanlcs, he
had Immunity from the law, but at Bristel,
'after a murder mere brutal than any of the
Others, he was forced te save his precious neck
A qbert time before the execution Hall was
interviewed In the jau. He admitted the kill
lag of Hylton ucd told of his flliht as narrated
above. He Is credited with killing 09 men, but,
of course, this is an exaggeration. When nsked
hew many men he actually killed, he replied;
"Net counting these I kllted in the war, the
number will probably net reach Ore. Plrst,,I
killed nenry Meggart, and was acquitted en
ih irreund of self-deenia. I killed Triplett,
Trust and Mohall in Fiord county, Kentucky,
between 1676 and 1SW, and was tried and ac
quitted In all. These men were killed In polttt pelttt
Ml , quarrels. The last one was Hylton. I
kllled.hlm because I thought be was drawing
hU pistol, and I didn't want him te hare the
dree en me."
IPiylcr, whom he is thought te have assas-it,-
u net Included In the abeji-e list, which
wv)d make an even half deeen vletlms, net
' Mvatlug taeM killed la the war.
ynills Hall hM the' refutation of being a mur-
dercr and dssperade, he 'was at one time a
rrswlamt asaa, aUI has probably bad a nua nua nua
McMertwMMAatktsdoec.ol which he U to te
Mt " LIHls Talt HalV-fle rslaileB te this
M-WwanKK. "."rTT " i" " -ji
kr a bum-
MUM .- -" rj ,rvm
years shsrifl of Floyd eewtty, and made a reed
fffleer. As stMed abevejhe was also United
States BMrsbat for six years, ad restated be
cause he was tired of' the position. '
TO CLEANSE RIVERS.
A Ftne Sclieinc te Wtuti l'Htli Down
Cities nml Tillages en tlie Ohie.
'PiTTsnuitau, Pa., Sept 3. Tlie Mo Me Mo
nengahcla Navagatien Ce., oentrolling
the slack tvntcr system of that river,
hnH made a novel preposition te the city
authorities, as a precaution against the
invasion of the cholera. Steamboats
arc te be stationed in the Monengahola
river, and the wheels kept going un
til the filth is washed into the mid
dle of the stream; then about IS
inches of water, held back by beards
raised above dam Ne. 1, is te be sudden
ly released, carrying the filth south
ward. At present the Monengahola is
net moving mera than ene mile in
twenty-feur hours. The volume of
water te be released would create a
current of two or three miles an hour.
A few wickets at Davis Island dam, six
miles down the Ohie, are te be lowered
te aid the progress. The cleaning out
of the Allegheny is te fellow. CeL T.
P. Roberts, a well-known engineer,
makes the preposition.
FIRED THE HOUSE.
Desperate Attempt te Cretnnt i Family In
Danville, Ky., Sept 3. Fer some
time there has been trouble brewing
between old man Jehn Williams, who
lives in the Knobs near Parksvllle, and
ethers in his neighborhood. Early
Friday morning parties te the feud set
flre te the Williams house whlle the
occupants were all asleep, and came
very near creinatlng.the' whole family.
They rushed from the burning building
in their night clothes, the old muu with
his hair singed. The house and its con
tents were destroyed. Williams has a
clear case, he thinks, against the per
petrators, and there is a fine chance for
a first-class sheeting match, Williams
being a desperate man.
Simple, Yet Mnrvoleus Cholera Cure.
Hamburg, Sept 8. Great Interest
has been aroused by the simple, but
seemingly eilectual treatment recom
mended by Profs. Nerthengale and
Kahler. It may be that the decrease
in the fearful mortality can be ascribed
te this treatment, which is nothing but
giving the patient enemas of warm
salt water. It is claimed by theso
who havu followed this course
of treatment that its result is
marvelous. In seme cases where
the patients were in such a state of col
lapse that It was impossible te discern
the pulse recovery has followed the op ep op
plicatien of the enemas. The claim is
made that the death rate of the city
has been reduced fully fifty per cent,
through this method.
Soixntlen Aiuuiik Steamship Afreiits.
New Yekk, Sept. 3. President Har
rison's expected order caused a sensa
tion among the steamship agents in this
citj'. The president's circular letter
will practically step all immigration
while thu cholera epidemic lasts. Steam
ship agents recognize the fact that they
will have te give up stecrage trntllc, te
the detriment of their business. It is
estimated that the transatlantic steam
ship companies will lese at the rate of
$2,000,000 a month while the 20 days'
quarantine regulations are being car
This Year's Cotten Crep.
New Ohleans, Sept. 3. Secretary
Hester, of the New Orleans Cotten Ex
change, announced the totals of the
cotton crop for the year ending August
31, lfcttJ, en 'Change Thursday morning.
His figures showed that the crop had
reached tike enormous aggregate of 0,
015,870 bales, against 8,752,597 last year
and 7,211,372 the year befere last.
A Lend l'eticll Cnuies Death.
Syracuse, N. Y., Sept a Mrs. Cath
arine Ileran, wife of James Heran,
captain of canal beat G. Hayden, of
Oswego, was instantly killed at Geres
Leck, near this city. She was walking
along the deck of the beat and stumbled
upon a cell of rope. She fell headlong,
and a lead pencil which she earried in
her hand was driven into Iver brain
through her left eye. She was dead be bo be
fere her husband reached her.
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.ATLANTA.Ua., Sept 8. Judge Maine,
ordinary of Glynn county, who was
caught in the act of robbing the safe of
his friend, Grocer Michelson, turned up
missing Friday morning, having forfeit
ed his bend, leaving in the morning for
Cuba. Relatives of Judge Blaine will
pay every dollar of his indebtedness te
Mieliolsen, whose safe he robbed. Ro Re Ro
fero leaving Rlaine wired his resigna
tion as ordinary te Gov. Northen.
Immigrant Uutnlned nt Sum la. Out.
Sakxia, Ont, Sept 3. A car contain
ing thirty immigrants, en the morning
express from llutfale, was detained Fri
day, at the tunnel station here, owing
te the refusal of the United States
authorities te allow the car te enter
their territory en account of the Illness
of several of the occupants from what
it is foared-may be cholera.
Stere ArrctAtA nt llementmicL
H0ME8TEAD, Pa., Sept 8. Several
mere arrests were made Friday en war
rants sworn out by Secretary Lovojey.
The detectives were up befere daylight
and Boeurlng the town. They took te
the guard-house Matthew Fey, charged
with murder; Oscar Coltish, cliargcd
with aggravated assault and battery,
and Elmer Ball, charged with conspiracy.
Klue SUIcri In Six .Mluutes.
New Yerk, Sept a A special te the
World from Buffalo says that the first
train out en the Philadelphia &. Read
ing read left Friday morning and made
the phenomenal run of nine miles in
six minutes. The train consisted of an
engine and two heavy passenger
coaehce, and all through te Rochester
the run averaged a mile a minute.
Hunk' ltebbcr IHmO.
Cayucea, Cal. Sept 3. Wra. Brown,
who was shot by efllccrs while attempt-,
ing, with four ethers, te rob the Cayu Cayu
eoa bank Tuesday night, is dead. He
wm a brother of Jehn B. Brown, who
kUltd Lerene Skefy Aetse time age and
dd nfUr.vard at Sa Qvwttin prison.
Geerge jiftenay has nea Mined ter,
congress by the people's party for the
Seventh Georgia dlstriet
W. A. MeKeighan has been nomi
nated for congress by the alllance'.in
the Fifth Nebraska district
Mrs. McOuffcy, the eldest woman In
Mercer county, Is dead at her home in
Bethel. She was in her one hundredth
Gov. Brown, of Maryland, has ap
pointed Congressman Page te sueoeed
the late Judge Irving an chlef-justioe of
the First Judicial dlf trlct
Hen. Wm. C. Beck, ex-chief justice of
the supreme court of Colerado, was
found dead in bed at Denver Friday.
His death was caused by heart failure.
Jeff Heuscr, aged 14, of Owen, flve
miles south of Murien, O., Friday morn
ing attempted te jump en a fust moving
freight train, and, falling underneath,
was literally ground te pieces.
Up te and including the 31st of Au
gust, the treasury department has
shipped te various points in the United
States 7,000,000 in small notes for the
purpose of facilitating the movement of
Near Harrisvlllc, W. Va., a tree was
recently cut down which had a
bullet Imbedded In" it six inches from
the outside. Marks showed the tree
had passed 07 years since the bullet was
shot into it
The steamship Minnesota, at pier Ne.
43, Philadelphia, was stepped Friday
from unloading by tlie deputy surveyor
of the pert, Mr. Franklin, en account of
having 110 bales of rags aboard from
the cholera Infected districts of Europe.
Assistant Secretary Crounse, of the
treasury department, has tendered his
resignation te Secretary Fester, te en
ter the gubernatorial campaign in Ne
braska. He will leek after the work of
his department until his successor has
It transpired Friday evening that
3,e20 fever patients occupy all the beds
usually available in the Londen hos
pitals for emergencies. About 1,500
beds had been specially arranged for,
however, te meet the requirements of a
At Williamsport O., Lloyd Wilkinson
accidentally shot his companion Gcerge
Harmount, in the face, inflicting an in
jury that will disfigure him for life.
The boys were out en a lark, and came
across an old revolver, with which they
played cow boy.
The Cerk town council has passed a
resolution setting forth its intention te
call Mr. Gladstone's notice te the
prompt anti-cholera precautions taken
by the American government, ai d te re
quest that similar measures be adopted
by Great Britain.
The American Druggist, of New
Yerk, says: A great many people are
giving themselves unnecessar' trouble
about cholera. The disease is only
formidable where inadequate means
exist for grappling with it, and in this
country we are fully prepared for it
Cincinnati, Sept a
Fieuit-Wlntcr patent 44.00 l.; fancy,
S3.Waa.TO; family, .03i75; extra, tliiS.iO;
low grade, 1.002.00; spring patent,
S4.10tt4.75; spring fancy, t3.0ft&l.29; spring
family, 43.35ualV Kyu flour, J3.75.a3 W.
Wheat Was dull and easy at 7Ua73c for Ne.
2 red and geed Ne. 3 red wus held at &?e, bul
there were seme offerings which would net
command that figure.
CeliN The market was unsettled and trrcgu
lrrcgular with an easy tendency. Ear was
quiet at 47S49e for prime te choice samples..Na
3 whlui shelled docllned te 51e und Ne.2 mixed
Oats Geed Ne. 2 white nominally held at
39c. Mixed Bamples sold at 30&3t3c, according te
quality; Ne. 2 white wua wanted at 35e, but fair
ly held at 3!&
RYE Continued dull and easy at G0e for cash
Ne. 2, and 5Je for Ne. 3. Flve cars of Ne. 2 Sep
tember dWlveiy sold at 53ei Ne- 3, spot, traek,
Cattuj- nippers, geed te choice, W.!S34.73s
common te fair, S3.0O34.0O; oxen, geed te
choice, taA&3.75; common te fair, il.Tia3.00;
select butcher, H0O5;J.35; none of the best en
sale: fair te medium, 3.2534.00; common,
J1.7532.W; heifers, geed te choice heavy, M.40
a 00; geed te choice light, iaC02aC5; common te
Iloes Soleot heuvv and prime butchers, ifi.00
Ct5.2a; fatrtogeod p.kcklng, ?4.50l.CO; common
and rough, M.S5.J.4.40; fair te geed light, 6U0O
Sukf.i' asd Lamm Sheep Steady and
beat shipping firmer. Wethers and yoar year
llngs, e4.50ii&00; fat ewes, HOO31.M; com
mon te fcilr mixed. SaOO '.a75; stock ewns,W.uaa
4.00; extra, W.25a4.W Lambs Uest shipper,
W.004S. fair te geed, 5.00n,5.75; butehers',
5a5024.7S; cuus, iauOjjaae.
NBW YOHK, Sej)t a
Wheat September, 78)ie; October, 8O0; De
cember, ffltfe; May, tOc.
Itva Dull; wostern, ataft??.
Cebn Lewer, wvak and moderately uctlve;
Ne. 2, b?Q8yte; September, 55ie; October,
55 MOe; November, tAK c
Oats Dull and easier; October, 3S 3-N3c; No Ne
vembet, 394e; wostern, 37J4(ks.
Prrrsutmen. Sept. a
CattleS I tcivdy und unchanged.
noes Market llrm; Philadelphlas, 15.20a
5.30; beat yerkcrs, 3.005.15i graaeers, M.50
t&i.vu. Ten curs of hogs shipped te Yerti.
Sheep Market Blew and unchanged.
ALTiuene, Sep, a
Wheat Weak; Ne. 2 red spot and Septem
ber. 74fic.j October, Tttjje; December, THie;
steamer Ne. 2 red, TOKe.
Oeuu Easy; mixed spot and September,
KV bid; October, 63He asked; year &2e asked.
Oats Easier; Ne. 2 white western, 40&410;
Na 2 mixed western, S33390.
UTB-Dull at the duellnc; Na 2, te&Ma.
CntCAoe, Sept a
"Fieuh AsnOiuif Cash Quotations. Fleur
weak, neglected and oemlnally lower. Ne. t
spring wheul, 73e; Ne 3 spring wheat, CSH
MU; Na 2 ral, 73 e; Na 2 corn, 47c; Na 2
eats, 334c: Na 2 white, 31c; Na 3 white,
SJI&32HO; Na 2 rye, 53c Na 2 barley, 63 Na 3
f. a b., tOicXte; Na 4 L a b,. 40430; Na I
Oaxiwed, tl. 0421.04)4,
PutLADEtPitiA, Sept a
Whisat Showed little change, and ruled
aulet; Na 2 red September, 75X075H&
CeltN Little or no trading in options, and
quotations nominally unchanged; local car lets
juleu Na 4 mixed track, CAVie, ungraded yel
low in grain depot tOc. Na 2 for local trade, CO
acoe: Na 2 spot In expert elevater Me; Na 2
mixed siet October, November and December,
OAts Oir lets quiet: new Na 2 white 37e;
new Na 1 whtte, 4Uc; old de 4C4 Na 2 whlM
tolehe, a, sept a
Wheat Active and steadier; Na' J cash and
September, 76c; October, TBS'e; Dfoember,
IVe; May, MHc
Cehm Dull and steady r Na 2 cash, 51c.
Oats Dull; Na 2, cash, S3&
Cleviw 9wd AeMve and t4Mdlr; prlsss,
sh te arrlve..(.8e; Ottebar. M.Mi NevMs.
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MA7OTLLE, 27. I .
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
State National Bank
Cll'ITAt. STUCK $litiU,tHW
SO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C. II. I'KAni'K, Cashier.
W. II. Cox, l'reildcnt.
J Ne. Hilkm, Vice-President.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First Thet Allen Q rover, Culvert C. Arthur,
Edward F. Hormlen, Henry A. Hecs, 11. W.
Kecs and William Manley fin'.-e become in
corporated by virtue of tne previsions of the
General Stututesef Kentucky underthe name
of Shannen nnd Fermat) utmpel Turnpike
company, and tne principal place or transact
ing business is at the residence of Jehn II.
Hurnden. Kpe.. Masen county. Kr.
Secetul The natttre et the business pro pre pro
jtesed te be transacted is the construction,
maintenance and operation of a turnplke
read from the Sardls Turnpike Head near the
forks or Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Furman's Chhpcl, a instance of
about two and a half miles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion Is six thousand dollars. In shares et
twenty-It ve dollars each, the private etoek te be
paid in upon call of thu Directors, and the
stock of Masen county In accordance with ro re ro
quiretnentsef theordcref the Court of Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall cemmence
business as seen ns two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te tliecarl'al stock and shall con
tinue in existence tllty years.
Fifth The titfHlrscif the corporation are te
be conducted bwa President and a Heard of
Directors, flve In number, a Secretary nnd
Treasurer, all of whom are te be stockholders
In said corporation. Thu first set or elllcers
shall be Allen drover, President; H. W. ltecs,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hcrnden, Wll
Ham Manley and Henry A. ltees. Directors;
Edward F. Hcrnden, Secretary; H. W. ltees.
Treasurer, and they shall held their ellices
until the first Monday in April, lMU, anduutll
their successors are chosen and qualified: and
every first Monday In April tb,ereatter a Pres
ident nnd Heard of Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, nnd 11 Secretary nnd
Treasurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held for the ensuluir vcar and until
their successors are chosen and qunllncd.
Sixth The Indebtedness of said corpora
tion shall nt no time exceed the sum et flve
Seventh The nrivnte property of the stock
holders Is te be exctupt from the corporate
debts of said corporation.
April 18th, t8.
" EllWAlU) F. HKHNDON.
1IBNKI' A. KRIM, l
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are Just new about as encouraging as one
could ask for.
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H DRUG STOEE
A First-class Line of
Found in a Drue: Stere.
P0WBK & REYNOLDS.
M PUEE DEUGS!
Paints and Oils, Best Brushes',
Finest Soaps ancM'erfumes. the
Choicest Assortment of Fancy
Goods, Greatest Variety of Lamps
All for sale by
J. JAMES WOOD
Prescriptions at all hours prepared with
care and accuracy by William (J Weed.
Befere buying a Gas TJlflT T POTi
Steve, sce the JhllLii OJGi
It cooks witli a current of het air. Te
be lind of
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WHITE, JUDD & CO.
-Are still in the
At Ne. 42 W. Secend Street.
CHAS. A. GARDNER!
SEPTEMBER 15th, '92
Advance sale opens Menduy morning,
Sept, 12th. tit 8 o'clock.
Dr. MORRIS H. PHISTER,
Makes a specialty of Chronic Diseases of
every character, prominent nraeung which are
Natal Catarrali, Threat eml Luny TrvuWe.
riles aud Fistula cured by a new system of
Palnlfsi and UloedhMa surgery. Calla an
kwared. preptly. 0e corner Third and
'AH'!'xkrbitieB BanlfeuUy wsrtkyifta
Arawleas reputation and the dxleatixtw i -Mj
promiies witu wkileh It came upon ' Ail "4 :i
Birmiit. uynnrg, jjettry jcupyrajiii,
JUST FliO-M ITS
Anstelian Jriuingh ;
Te exhibit in nil its millionaire perfec
tien nt jiaysvnie v cunesuay,
OF THE WORLD.
Only stupendous living Australian ex
hibit, renal Reman hippodrome, monster
menagerie, only giant hippopotami, trio
of most tremendous tigers, only school of
trill nud monster sea liens, biggest cir
cusses en earth, only tribe of wild Be
douin warrior athletes, only darkest Af
rican acjiinritim, Antipodean Aviary, the
Olymphtan stage of old. only royal Japa
nese troupe, mid air gymnasium, chil- s
ilren's fairyland frolics, grotesque carni
val. Arabian iehts. romances, spectacu
lar pilgrimages te .Mecca, stiperecst free
Mere profit and pleasure for the money
nnd the one cheap price f admission
than any ether lias ever even dreamed of
daring te offer.
Acknowledged grt-atest in two great
empires. A Inidirc of wonders spanning
the l'acitle. Every net ns r ictured.
Every attraction is described. Every ' .
premise fulfilled. It hn- made the great
est journey of the kind Most daring
feat of private enterprise Whole rail
road trains of vast und novel shows.
Great steamship lejid of trangcly cu
rious tliinus. An artist mtuy in stupen
One hundred champions. Eight novel,
brilliant acts. New faces from afar.
Ilare and ce-tly novelties. Great deeds
of modern times and ancient days. Orig
inal and astounding revelations. Heroes f
and heroines of the arena and racecourse.
Imperial program of most thrilling races.
Every hlppodretnatlc, equestrian, rerlal
and athletic display possible te genius, v
daring and physical perfection. The
beauty, grace, and skill of every Natien.
Pre-emiucntlady charietects and jockeys.
The most grotesque fun-makers. Beastr
that de everything but tulk. Every liv
ing thlntr. feat, feature nnd production
worthy of association with, the greatest '"
shows! Grandest nmphitli.eatcr ever
Everybody should se its glorious free
morning holiday parade. A darzlJur. .
sensational millionaire display of geld
elf land, Arabian nights, oriental, wHd'
beasts, spectacular, resplendent wentlen. " "
Twe Performances Daily
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At 2 anil 8 . m. Deers eiibb ewj kf ".' :
tiruxrlnna. I.nwukt ubum1ab mini tram f
all tstljina ' K v