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BLOODY , RESULT
Of a Police Raid en Garfield Race
I Track, Chicago.
, . -f Millionaire Turfman J. M. Brown, ei
Lr " Texas, Resists Arrest,
'And Cle Ills Kovelvcr With Torrlble Ef
, iwi-iwe uwccrs roll under ills ratal
FusllAde-Xext Moraent n Police Pelice
inan's llullct Ends Ills Career.
Chicago, Sept 7. Bleed flowed at
Onrfleld park, Tuesday afternoon, and
, a millionaire horse-owncr and a police
"man are dead, while- another policeman
is dying. It is generally conceded that
thcre will be mero hilling before the
end comes, and It is mero than broadly
hinted that Ed Cerrlgan had better
keep a close watch upon himself, for
the gamblers who frequent Garfield
have It in for him strong.
nWhen it became known Tuesday that
Mayer Washburn had testified upon the
stand that he had been offered through
Chief of Police McClaughrcy $50,000 te
close Garfield park for geed, and that
the effer had been mode through Corrl Cerrl
gan's partner, Iturke, the Garfield park
people were about as mad as they could
be, and swore that the park should
net be ralded again, llewever, orders
were Issued Tuesday afternoon te In
spector Lewis te raid the park, and he
therefore proceeded te carry out his
orders. Lewis is an Intrepid officer and
usually carries out whatever he under
takes About 4 o'clock Tuesday after
noon, Lewis, accompanied by Captains
Blettncr and Mahenoy and a large ferce
of wfHcers, made his appearance in
front of the grand stand and announ
ced that overbedy was under arrest
Wholesale warrants had been sworn
out, and it was the intention te arrest
efflclals, jeckeys and such of the specta
tors as were disorderly, In accordance
with the same policy pursued Monday.
'The pollce came up se suddenly and in
such ferce that the Garfield people felt
that te resist was madness, particularly
"as it was understood that the police
had orders te use their guns in case
there was any resistance. All these
in sight had. been rounded up. In
spector Lewis sent several officers
around the grounds te arrest any
stragglers they might sec At the west
.end of the grounds, backing up te
Fortieth street, are the stables of J. M.
.Brown, a Texas horue-ewncr worth a
million or se. He had sworn the day
before te kill any officer who under
took te arrest him, and It was known
- that Brown was a man of his word. He
was a dead shot, and It is said that he
had killed thirty men in his time.
When the officers get te the Brown
stables the horseman was seen upon
the reef, calmly surveying the situa
tion. An officer enlered him down,
telling him that he was under arrest,
but Brown paid no attention. The of
ficer Ihcn attempted te climb upon the
v reef, but as he was making the ascent
he suddenly discovered that the horse
man had a 'big revolver in his hand.
This was enough for the policeman,
who at ence procecded te climb down.
Seeing that It was net easy te escape,
Brown jumped off the reef and ran out
of the grounds through the southwest
ern gate. It Is said that as he went
through the gate one of his men handed
him a big revolver. Brown then ran
toward Harrison street en the south,
closely pursued by several officers, who
began firing at him.
Perhaps forty shots were fired bofero
Brown replied. Suddenly Brown dodged
into an alley between Central Park
avenue and Flourney street, and as he
emerged he ran ucress Pelicemuu Pow
ell, of Desplalncs street station.
"What de you want?" demanded
"Yeu are under arrest," was the re
ply. The words were scarcely out of the
policeman's mouth when Brown drew a
revolver and fired. The bullet went
through Powell's left hand and entered
his stomach, und he fall te the ground
in a dying c indltlen. Brown looked at
his victim a moment and then said,
glancing at the ether officers, who were
rapidly closing In en him:
"Well, as I've get te die anyhow, I
guefs I'll just finish this of a
He then stepped up te Powell and,
placing the muzzle of his revolver in
the dying man's mouth, pulled the trig
per. The bullet crashed through Pow
ell's head and literally blew his brains
Brown then turned ugain te run, and
as he reached the sidewalk en Harrison
Street he met Officer McDowell, of the
Twelfth-street station, one of the
bravest men en the force. McDowell
raised his revolver just as Brown raised
his, end thcre seemed Je e btvt pn re
port Beth men fell,and when thepursu-'
Ing policemen reached them it was found
that Brown had been shot through the
heart,, and was ulready dead, while Mc
Dewoll had received a bullet In the ab
domen and was dying. A patrol wagon
was at ence sent for and the wounded
officer taken te the hospital, while the
body of Brown Was removed te the
morgue, together with that of Powell.
As seen as Iho policemen present real
ized what had happened they seemed te
get crazy, and began clubbing every
thing in sight
' Auethrf Cliunce for McCarthy, ""S
Celumdus, 0., Sept 7. Edwurd Mc
Carthy, the Clnclnuati murderer, has
one mero chance te escape the gallows.
Gov. McKiuley has consented te glve
his case a hearing, notwithstanding the
fact that the beard of pardons refused
te recommend a commutation of sen
Signed te KIkIi
San Fanci8CO, Sept, h, The direct
ors of the California Athletic club,
ilgned Gee. W. Slmends, of Chicago, ami
Selly Smith, .of Les Augeles, te fight at
HOjif pounds or Under for a purse of
12,000 en September 30.
, It leeks llke another strllce among the,
miners of "Tennessee, the leaders having
, Induced all men te quit work.
THROUGH HELL GATE,
A Ship Laden With liuropean Itagl-Dr.
Jcnklus Ferget Thcre Are Twe En
trance le New Verk.
New Yenrt, Sept 7. Frem a circum
stance' of Monday it would scorn as
though Hie health officials have over
looked the fact that thcre are two en
trances te the pert of New Yerk. Dr.
Jenkins and his subordinates, who arc
battling te held cholera in the lower
bay at quarantine, have apparently for
gotten the entrance te the city through
Leng Island sound.
Insignificant ns the shipping through
Ilcll Gate Is, a few ships pass that way.
One did be Monday. It was the Ebro
of the Wilsen line, from Hull via Bos Bes Bos
eon. It was subjected te no quarantine
Inspection at this pert and, with a per
mit "te proceed" secured from Dr. Jen
kins, it Is new securely moored atthe.
Wilsen line pier, at Prentice's stores,
alongside the Wall street ferry slip,
The stranga part of this is that the
ship carries a cargo of rags, merchan
dise which is viewed at all times with
suspicion, and which at the present
time Is regarded as a synonym for in
fection and plague. TIkj cargo was
shipped from Hull, England, but the
rags were gathered, It is said, upon the
continent of Europe. Perhaps some of
them came from the infected districts
of Russia, Austria and Germany, and
perhaps the health officials may have
occasion te regret the Ebro's passage
through Hell Gate.
The Ebro Is commanded by Copt
Morgan. She called at Bosten and dis
charged a portion of her cargo, the
bales of rags being consigned te New
There Is no quarantine for vessels en
tering through the Bound. The Ebro
proceeded with her cargo directly te her
berth. She had, of course, been regu
larly entered at Bosten, and presumably
she had complied with all the provis previs
ions of quarantine and clearance there.
While this is a point In her favor, It
does net exempt a ship from compli
ance with the regulations of this pert
SAM SMALL WOUNDED.
The llullct Tired by it Tough Who llclpcx!
te Ilrcak Up i Meetlnt;.
Vixcksnks, Ind., Sept 7: Rev. Sam
Small, the noted temperance evangelist
who has been in this neighborhood for
several days, expounding the doctrines
of prohibition, was shot In the thigh
Monday night at Hazleten, fifteen
miles south of this city. The prohibi
tionists have been holding meetings at
llazleten, and as Small was te speak in
Viucenncs en Sunday, he was invited
te llazleten te speak Monday night
At the evening session a crowd of
toughs, from White river bottoms,
rushed in und broke up the meeting,
and it was found impossible te continue
the services. The meeting was ad
journed. Rev. Small went te his hotel
and was about te retire when some
scoundrel fired his revolver through the
window, hitting the evangelist ink the
thigh, producing a serious wound. The
attempt is being made te arrest the per
petrators. M r. Small was resting easily
Ilonieopiitlm Wnnt u Content.
Chicago, Sept 7. The homeopathic
doctors of Chicago ure contemplating
the establishment of a number of chol
era hospitals In various parts of the
city. A meeting Is te be held In n week
or two te arrange the dutnils for carry
ing out the proposed bcheme. The
homeopaths say thcre ure two objects
in view. First they want te show by
statistics that there will be mere recov
eries under their method of treatment
than under the treatment of their
brothers of the professions, the allo alle
paths. Secondly, they are prompted
by motives of humanity, for the hos
pitals In the city are no places for
Stock llrecdcr Killed by Hull.
Omaha, Neb., Sept 7. B. M. Rlx, one
of the best known line stock breeders
In the state, was tern te pieces by a bull
en his farm near Omaha. Tluj corpse
was literally tern te pieces, and could
only be Identified by the fragments of
clothing scattered around the scene of
the struggle. The feet of the bull were
covered wltbloed from having jumped
en the victim, and the long horns were
smeared with shreds of flesh and bleed.
Every bone was crushed, and in some
instances detached from the body. The
terrible affair was discovered by the
victim's aged wife.
Snow In Auttrliu
Viijnna. Sept 7. A great and sudden
change In the weather has occurred
throughout Austria. It was only a few
days age that this city was suffering
from tropical heat Tuesday was cold
and raw. The highlands around Ausse,
in Moravia, are covered with snow. At
Iseld the mercury dropped from 00 te 3S
in 4S hours. Snow has fallen through
out Styrla. A railroad train was de
layed in tlve tunnel near Bischofshef'cn,
owing te the rails being se heavily coat
ed wlJj lee that it was impossible for it
The Cholera at UimninUiic
Quarantine N. Y., Sept 7. The fol
lowing Is the official bulletin of the new
cases and death as given out by Dr.
Jenkins Tuesday: "Twe new eases at
Heffman island, a man und a child, and
one death, probably ou the Rugia."
Twe dead bodies, one from the Nor Ner
mannla, the ether from the Rugia, were
removed te Swinburne Island Monday
night Teh fresh cases en beard the
Rugia, three fresh cases en beard the
Nermanula. Twe cases removed from
Heffman Island te Swinburne Island.
Ne deaths at hospital.
OerlMitt Arrive In New Orleans.
Ki'w Om.RAva. Se.nL 7. Cerbett ar
rived lu town Tuesday morning, and
said he was In the best of health. He
looked brown and hearty, end his eyes
shone brightly, but he has no flesh te
spare. He will muke his headquarter
at the Southern athletic club, and took
light exercise Tuesday and will de the
SFiA,"Sept7. The Bulgarian govern
ment has established quarantine against
arrivals by the Danube and Is exclud
ing all Russian feed products and Bus Bus Bus
llauHilcohel and notrelcmm,
CONDENSED NEWS 1
OtUhcrcd Frem All I'arti of the Country
At the republican state convention at
Concord, N, II., Tuesday, Hen. Jehn B.
Smith was nominated for governor by
Thcre was a powder explosion at
Kecney's creek, In Fayette county, W.
Va., Tuesday, in which two men were
killed and six wounded.
The czar and czarina, in defiance of
the earnest advice of their physicians
and councillers, visited the cholera hos
pitals Monday and talked with the pa
tients. Secretary Fester, of the state depart
ment, has received a dispatch from the
United States consul at Tamplce, Mex.,
denying the existence of any yellow
Vermont held its biennial state elec
tion, cheesing state and county officers,
a legislature and two congressmen.
Fifty towns give Fuller (rep.) 13,800;
Smallcy (dem.), 5,890; Allen (pre,), 409.
In consequence of the presence of
cholera in the harbor of New Yerk, it
has been ordered that all persons ar
riving from New Yerk shall be placed
under three days' observation at Mad
rid. Preparations are being made at Cin
cinnati for a gorgeous spectacular and
historic Columbian celebration. A mag
nificent river pageant will be followed
hy a gigantic Btrcet parade end tab
leaux. Jack Watcrbury, a Cincinnati drum
mer, was baptized against his will at
Sandferd, Flo., the minister giving
him several plunges In the creek before
Jack could explain that he was thcre
only us a spectator.
J. J. Desabla, a wealthy resident of
Missionary Ridge, Tcnn., had his left
feet se badly injured by the accidental
discharge of his gun, while hunting,
that amputation was necessary. Owing
te his advanced age, a fatal result is
Net a single case of cholera exists
within the boundaries of the United
States as far as government officials at
Washington arc'advlsed, and, "If efforts
avail," said Acting Secretary Spauld
Ing, Tuesday, "net a case will occur
within our borders.
A young woman's school In the
Thrum strassc, Berlin, has been close
because one of the pupils fell 111 of a
cheleraic disease. The soldiers In Pots
dam and the Llebterfelde cadets have
been forbidden te come te the city
while en leaves of absence.
Wm. Shinnick, receiver of the Zanes
ville, Mt Vernen and Marien Railway
Ce., Ivreught suit, at Zancsville, 0.,
against Chase Andrews, a well-known
railroad man, for 5150,000 damages. He
alleges that Andrews was given $225,
000 first-mortgage bends, en condition
that he should build a nlne-mile belt
around the city. After building four
miles of the read he converted the
bends into money and refused te com
plete his contract The suit has caused
a big sensation.
CINCINNATI, Sept. 7.
Fi.ecn Winter patent, i4.0O3t.30; fancy,
fcUS.iaTO; fain ly, " "n t'J.70; extra, Si.SVB2.40;
lowgr.ule, U.CJ-W); spring patent, fl.tOOl 75;
sprint? Uncy, 3 9u, i.-u; spring family, W.353
3.05; Ryu Heur, i&,V(.3Kl
Wheat The murlcet was dull and wejk for
Ne. 2 red nt "O&Tavjc, buyers being unwilling te
pay mere than tbe Inslde rate for the bulk of
etlerlngs. Ne, 3 red quotable at GSC7c for
prime te choice samples.
CeitN The market was slew and easy. At
the close. Ne. 2 white shelled was held at 51 e
and Ne. 'i mixed at 49c. Prime te chilce ear
was quotable nt 47(JJ49c.
Oats Ne. S white continued scarce and wcre
held at 38UO30O; Ne. 2 mixed offered at 31c;
Hamples, with buyers at U Hi less.
Hvu Was dull and easy nt (Vc for prime Ne.
2, and JOc for Ne. 1 150 bu saraple at landing
sold at 67a
Cattle Shippers, geed te choice, W.25
4.75: common te fair, jaoeiji 00; exen: poed
te choice, 13.002375; commeifo fair, Jl.50rri.75;
select butcher, l 0O4 25; extra, higher;
fair te geed, MCO&4.00; common, JL75&2-50:
helfers: geed te choice heavy, SJ.25a3.75; geed
te choice light, jaO)S300, common te fair, S1.50
lloes Select heavy and prime butchers, J5.15
05,50; fair te geed packing, N.C0&5.15; common
and rough, i375ps4.60; fair te geed light, J1053
5.10; fat pigs, 4 0024.75.
Sjibep ash Lambs Sheep Wethers and
yearlings, N.401.VOO: fat ewes, t3.0O34.40: com
mon te fair mixed, taoe.a7V stock ewes, M.25
1,03; extra, sJ4.25ii4 50i Lambs llest shippers,
tS5tt7&; extra, te. 00: fair te geed, tJ.752
5,00; butchers, ia.VijJI 75; culls, $3.003350,
New Yehk, Sept. 7.
Wheat Septemtwr, 7$c; October, 70j;c;
Ryk iulet; western, OlStHc,
Cens September, 63S5J537ic: October, 53e
December. 54e; Ne. 2, 40358V5O.
Oats Dull, lower and steady: September,
33ifi October, 37U November, 33je; Decem
PITTBDCIIOII, Sept 7.
Cattld Market steady at yesterday's
Hoes Market Urm. Philadelphia, J5.503
5.C0; corn Yorkers, 5.203&a; grassers, U 503
4.00; 3 ears hogs shipped te New Yerk.
Sheej Market steady ut yesterday's prices.
HALTIMOKE, Sept. 7.
Wheat Eaav; Ne. t red spot, 74e; Sep
tember, 74e: October, 75he; December, 70;c;
steamer Ne. 2 red, C0)$e bid.
CeitN Quiet; mixed spot and September,
35Vc OHked; October, 54c asked; vear, 5le
Oats Steady; Ne. 2 white western, 33!ie; Ne.
2 mixed western, Sfi - .
KYB Dell; Ne. 2, C3y$ftyc, P
CHICAGO, Sept. 5.
Fuun and aiiAtK-Cuh quotations. Fleur
ewsy prices nominally unchanged. Ne. 2 spring
wheat, "J'lcj Ne. 3 spring wheat, C5t&67e; Ne.
3 red, 73S40. Ne. 2 corn, 45,sa5e; Ne. 2
eats, S3ic; Ne. 2 white, 33K33yc; Ne. 3
white, 3K2-31Ve; Ne. 2 rye, 53Kse. Ne. 2 barley,
fcX265e; Ne. 3, f. a b. 45fc05e; Ne. 4, f. a b. U
Me; Ne. 1 flaxseed, tl.08.
PniLADELrnjA, Sept 8.
Wheat Preo selling in speculative markets
due te the reiwrted spread of cholera at the New
Yerk quarantlne, end prices here declined IHc;
Ne, 2 red spot in elevator 73c, Ne. 2 red Sep Sep
tcmbcr75tt75ye. C9115 Options weuk and decltncd lc, with
free specula tlve selling in ether grain centers,
but thcre was no trading here, and values wcre
largely nominal; car lets, demand light and
market weak; ungraded mixed In grain depot,
Wc: Ne. 3 low mixed track, 55c; Ne. 3 mixed In
grain depet, 50e; Ne. 2 mixed In grain depot
K0i Ne. a mixed Soptember, 51H(J5Jc,
Oats Market lower; new Ne. 3 mixed, 81c;
Ne. 3 white, S'IHei old de, S3e; new Ne. 2 wblte,
39H3.40U: old Ne. 2 white. 4134U(e, Ne. 2 wulte
Septemtwr, SS4 3S8M0; October, 83HCt39u.
Toutne, O., Sept. 7.
Wheat Steadier: Ne. 2 cash end Septem
ber, 75"cs Ootebor, TiJe; Decomber, 7d'ie; Mny,
CenN-Dull and sternly: Ne. 8 cash, 47c; Ne. 3,
ItV. Ne. 4, 43e, Ne. 2 yellow, 43c,
Oats-DuIU cash, 3ta.
ItTU-QuIet; cash, 59c
Cwvbh-sbbw Steadyi prime October, f&TS;
N'trawtetxir t:,C5; Ne. 2. 45,75.
Itiua Larger Dally Circulation than any ether
Iltiiubllcan A'cwtixtpcr In America,
S UND A 1. WEEKLY.
The Auvrtntlm HejiulAlain Journal of the Je Je
IrejHjUt A A'tircjiajKr ferlhe Maura,
FOUNDED DECEMllEll M. tk67.
Circulation Over 100,01)0 Copies Daily.
Till' lltlPOQ la rhn firiniM nf nnfnnllnm tttflta
no wires; has no animosities te avenge.
Tlie Miint IlematkaUe A'cu'cjxjjxr Succtta in
New Yerk. The Pre U a National Succcet.
Clicnp newe, vulgar tcnsntlens and trash
find no place In tlioceluii.ns efTiin Fukss.
The Piiess has the brlghcst Editorial pnge
In New Yerk. It sparkles with points.
The Puesb Sunday edition Is a splendid
twenty tiage paper, covering every current
tople of Interest.
The Pukss Weekly Edition eentnlns nil the
geed things nf the Dally and Sunday editions.
Fer these who cannot afford the Dullrerare
prevented by distance from early receiving It,
the Weekly Is n splendid substitute.
An an Ailvcitilni! Medium The Prus ha no
8uirtnr In New Yerk.
Within the reach of all. The Tint mid Cheaiwt
Ncitixicr in America.
Eally and Sunilny, ene year, $5 00
Daily and Sunday, six mouths 2 00
Dully and Sunday, one month 45
Dally only, 0110 year 3 00
Dally only, four months.., 100
Sunday, one yenr 2 00
Weekly Press, one year 100
Send fes The Piiess Circular.
Samples lree. Agents wanted everywhere.
THE PRESS. :) Park Rew. Sew Yerk.
Allen A. Edmonds,
F73Li: li:5E2 e;ii.:i:;s,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
State National Bank
CAPITAL STUCK J?l'0O,CH0
DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C. 11. I'eahck, Cashier.
W. 11. Cox, President.
Jse Pils. Vice-President.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen drover. Culvert C. Ai thur.
Edward I. Heruden, Henry A. Itces, 11. .
Hees und William Mauley have becoine in in
eeriHirated by virtue or the previsions et the
General Statute.-" et Kentucky undcrthonnme
or Shannen and Kernian Chapel Turnplke
Company, and the principal jtlaee or transact
Inir business Is at thu residence of Jehn 11.
llernden, Eq., ilnsen county, Ky.
Second The nature or the business pro
posed le be transacted is the construction,
maintenance and operation of n turnplke
read from the Surdls Turnplke H0111I near the
rerks or Shannen creelf te Fleming county
Jtae nvivr PMmnn'j CUf'i UlstMnce or
Hbeut two fliid ft half miles.
Third The capital stock of mid corpora
tion is six thousand dollars, In shares of
twenty-five dollars each, t he private stock te be
paid In upon call of the Directors, and the
stock or Masen county In accordance with re re
qulreracntser thoerderoT the Court or Claims
or Masen county. ,
Fourth Snld corporation shall commence
business as seen us two thousand dollars Is
subscribed te the capital stock and shall con
tinue in existence titty years.
Fifth The affairs of the corporation are te
he conducted by a President and u Heard et
Directors, tlve in number, a Secretary and
Treasurer, Rll of whom arc te be stockholders
In said corporation. The first set of officers
shall be Allen Orover, President: H. . Hees,
Calvert 0. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. 11
Ham Manley nml Henry A. llees. Directers:
Edward F. Hernden, Secretary: II. N. Hees,
Treasurer, and they shall held their offices
until the first Monday In Apill. lKA-nnil until
their successors are chosen and qualified: and
every tlrst Monday In April thereutter a Pres
ident nnd Heard or Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholder, and a Secretary nnd
Treasurer by the l'resldent and Heard of Di
rectors te held rer the ensulnir vear and until
thi.lr mnwuiiri nre nbeseil and ntlullUed,
Sixth The Indebtedness or Mild corpora
tion shall at no time exceed the sum or five
thousand dollars. . . . ,
Seventh The private property of the stock
holders l te be exempt rrem the corpemto
debts or said corporation.
EDWAHD F. HKKNDON,
IIKNltr A. HUES,
II. W. HE199.
te say much about out
but we pause te lautrh with these who
lntigh and remark that the big prospects
are just new about ns encouraging as one
could ask for.
HENRY 0RT, MAYSVILLE.
Hm? DEUG STOBE
A First-class Line of
Found in a Drucr Stere.
POWER & REYNOLDS.
IE PUKE DKUGS!
Paints nnd Oils, Hest Hmshe,
Finest Soaps and I'erfumes the
Choicest Assortment of Fancy
Goods, Greatest Variety of humps
All for sale by
J. JAMES WOOD
I're'rr'ptl'Uis at till hews 1 win. ' uiih
caie and iiccjri.cy by WiUnm (' W00J.
Ilefere buying a fin- "Lip T 1 PQ"I?
Steve, see the
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
S"R fiT TiTJ V AI Dcdsen Bleck. Ne.
. JJ. VJvillAilL, lSEnHS-eoewISt.
white, jum) & co.
Are still lu the
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
CHAS. A. GARDNER!
- -llU'KSDAY EVEXINO-
SEPTEMBER 15th, '92
Advance sale opens Monday morning,
Sept. 12th, at 8 o'clock.
Dr. M0RBIS H. PHISTBB,
Maken e tpvelalty of Chronle Diseases or
e very diameter, prominent ameunir whleh are
.ViiMiJ t'iimiHnireiit nml iiiMcy TrenW.
Piles nnd FJMuln cured by a new yteru of
ramies nnd iiioeuipm suraury. "-" ;
nvered promptly. Oltlce corner Third and
ill"' 1 'di"'' '"'" 'li'l" I 'Mill 111
: 7. V A
An exhibition manifestly worthy Its 1 . ,
Amnrlnan mhhlnltnn anil dm ftvlnnatvn !
premises with which it came upon Au
stralla.-(dnry Daily Telegraph.
Te exhibit in all its millionaire perfec
tion nt Mnysvlllc Wednesday,
OF THE WOULD.
Only stupendous living Australian ex
hibit, regal Itetunn liipiiodreme, menstct
menagerie, only giant hippopetnmi, trio
of most tremendous tigers, only schoelof
trained monster sea liens, biggest cir
t'usses en earth, only ttibc of wild Be
douin wnirier athletes, only darkest Af
rican a(uariuni. Antipodean Aviary, the
Ulyniphuin stage of old, only royal Japa
nese' troupe, mid air gymnasium, chil
dren's fairyland frolics, grotesque carni-
vnl. Arabian Niehts, remnnT' 'rptacu-"
hit pilgrimages te Mecca, biiperiH-t frce
Mete j)rent and pleasure for the money
and the one cheap price of admission
than any ethor has ever even dreamed of
daring te offer.
Acknowledged ureatcst in Iwo great
umpiius A bridire of wonders spanning
the Pacific. Kver act as t ictured.
Every attraction us described. Every
premise fulfilled It has made the great
est journev of the kind Most daring
feat of prfvute entciprUe. Whole rail
road trains of vast and novel shows.
Gieat steamship lead" of stiangely cu
rious things. An aitist armv in stupen
Ohc bundled champions. Eighty novel,
brilliant acts. New faces from afar.
Hare and ce-tly novelties. Great deeds
of modern times nnd ancient days. Pag
inal and astounding revelations. Heroes
and heroines of the arena and race course.
Imperin! program of most thiilling rnccs.
Every hippodrematic, equestrian, rerial
and nltiletlc display possible te genius,
daring and physical perfection. The
beauty, grace, and skill of every Natien.
Preemident lady charietccts and jockeys.
The most grotcsque fun-makers. Beasts
that de everything but talk. Every liv
ing thing, feat, feature nnd production
worthy of association with the greatest
shows Grandest amphitheater ever
Everybody should see its gleribus free
morning holiday parade. A dazzling,
sensational millionaire display of golden
elf land, Arabian nights, oriental, wild
beasts, spectacular, resplendent wonders.
Twe Performances Daily
At 2 and 8 p. in. Doer epen ene hour
previous. Lewest excursion rate fro
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