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W. W. B. QALLAHER, SdttoT. Charleotoxcn, Jeff croon County. Heat **• Terms_$2.00 Per .Annum In Advance. April 24. 1893. There isn't a doubt but that some persons dabbling in oil will get their fingers burned. | We defer until next week Senator Faulk ner’s views on silver and the proposition for a State convention. - ^ + We do not see that West Virginia Repub licans are blaming the Wilson bill for the advance in the price of oil. --♦ ♦ What's in a name? Mr. Wbisner, of Berkeley Springs and Mr. Wisnerof Berke ley county, have been indulging iu a lively controversy about the Berkeley Springs lease. ♦-— President Cleveland paid income tax. and included in it was *920—amount on his pres idential salary He didn’t stop to inquire whether or not be was entitled to exemption on the latter, though it is generally conced ed that he is. If wbat Governor McKinley said be true, that a “cheap coat makes a cheap man,' there must be many a cheap man iu the country, for coats, now that the tax on wool has beeu removed, are chaper than they have been for the last thirty-five years. The Wheeliog Intelligencer gives as a reason for the much higher price in oil that the “production is below consumption, and the stock of oil above ground is very smad. being estimated at not more than o.OOO.Ou*' barrels.” It appears to be a question ot “supply and demand aud not ot currency, j Major Charles Stuckey died suddenly at hia residence, near Bunker Hilt, Berkeley county, Saturday of nervous prostration.— Major Stuckey was a well known farmer and a life-long Democrat. At the time of his death he was justice of the peace for his district. He was aged itbout seventy-two years, bad been married three times and leaves a wife and sixteen children President Cleveland last week appointed Gen. Fitz I.ec collector ot internal revenue for the Virginia district—the place made vacant by the decease of ('apt. Ham Shep perd. The appointment of Gen. Lee is re ceived everywhere with satisfaction. Others had been recommended for the position yet noue urged opposition to Gen. Lee, whose popularity in and outside of the \ irginias is unbounded. In Berryville. last Wednesday, Wai. B. Page, indicted for forgery, was acquitted. Five other indictments are pending. The •ocial positiou of Mr. Page -invested the trial with unusual interest. A news item in the Alexandria Gazette reads as follows : “The verdict was not on the ground of in sanity, but because there was a doubt wheth er the indorsement in question was forged. Mr. Page was re-committed to jail. The pension office is informed of tin death, at the age of niuety-oue, of the one list remaining pensioners, of the war of in dependence. Her name is Mary Brown.— She lived near Knoxville, Teun. In 1*24 •he married Joe Brown, a soldier of the rev olutionary war, he being then sixty - five years old, and she but twenty. J*he was in Knoxville March 12th to draw her pension of #12 a month, aud though feeble, seemed good to !a»? many years A Cleveland company ot the Nati mal Guard of Ohio is to be mounted on bicycles There is no longer auy question among mil itary men as to the usefulness of this ma chine for certain army service Men to mounted move noiselessly andean leave the horse far iu the reir.— Whtt riny The wheel may answer a good purpose as long as it can be kept on good roads, but it obliged to “take to the woods,” or cut across UOIU9, iw* nun fan try. The aged mother of the late famous Irish leader, Charle* Stewart Parnell, was found bleediug and uuconsctous «ear her home in New Jersey last Thursday night. She had been a*-aulted by some person unknown, her hand-bag. minus its contents, was touud, and alor g side were a piece ot paling and a brick with which the blows were evidently given. Mr*. Parnell js a daughter of the late Commodore Stewart of the United States Navy, and live! alone, receiving a pension of per year from the U. S. Senat r Eikins, who is now in California, j is quoted in an interview a- expressing him aelf in favor at free silver as lollows; “I am unqualifiedly iu favor of free silver and shall wark with the west in an endeavor to give it its proper place. As to how the question can be best handled. I ctm say nathiog now. Put me down as a solid sii- ' vermin though. \ou can authoritatively state, however, that 1 am not a candidate for the presidency, for, as I said, i am per fectly satisfied with representing West Vir ginia in the J*enate.’* Secretary Morton, the bead of the Agri cultural l>eparment, says: ‘‘My judgment ia that silver cannot be restored to its for mer monetary place in the commerceof this world, because the supply of silver ha* out- I grown the demand for ailver in the ex change* of civilization. The relation of supply to demand is the *o!e regulator ol value. This axiom applies alike to salt, sil- j ver. sugar and snap. All the legislation of all the law-making bodies on the face of the globe can neither mitigate nor annul the operation of the inexorable law that the relation of supply to demand is the sole reg- j ulator of value. The President's critics a*k, What is ‘sound money ?' Any ordinary man of business may answer that question.— ( ‘Sound money’ is that sort of currency wLich has the most universal and least iluctuatiug purchasing power in the markets of all countries. That money is the‘soundest’for which throughout the commerce of the civ ilized world there is the most universal de mand. And that universal demand i* al iwajs based upon the universal and unfluc tuating purchasing power of that money.” i ¥4 University Alumni Banquet. The annual banquet last Wednesday night >f the Richmond Chapter of the University ff Virginia Alumni Association was the nost brilliaut affair of its kind ever given jy the organization. The guest of distinc .ion, Hon. Wm. L. Wilson, arrived about 5 o’clock in the afternoon and took lunch* | ?ou witu Mr. Wyndham R. Meredith, the | president of the Richmond Alumni Associa* don. At 5 o’clock Mr. Wilson went to the ?xeeutive mausion where a public reception was held. Thousands of people met and -book bands with the great tariff reformer, rhe banquet took place at the Common wealth Club. Covers were laid for one hundred aud forty. The large banquet ball of the club was handsomely decoratad with cut flowers and growing plants. The feature of the evening was the re sponse by Hon. \V m. L. W ilsou to the toast, “The Scholar in Politics—Those Who Gov ern a Natiou Must at the Same’Time En lighten the Governed.” Mr. Wilson iu opening his speech, spoke of the well-known hospitality of the Commonwealth, and said that he never anywhere had any difficulty in claiming his full heritage as a Viginian. Mr. Wilson said that Thomas Jefferson was the fir-d great and conspicuous scholar in politics. “Publiceducation,” said he, “high public education, university education, is the cornerstone of Jeffersoniau political principle* ” The problems to be solved un der our system of governroeut to-day, said be,were such in their complexitythatthe men who knew most about them, who ponder most deeply upon them, are often least wil ling to undertake to guide the people upon tlwm, while thoso who know least about them and gave them less knowledge and less thought than anyone else were the most .•ornon-mmi and boldest iu their attempts to lead <>r mislead them "It is the duty to day of the scholar in politic*," continued Mr. Wilson, “to bring t<> the decision of those grave aud ditlicult public i-auts all the enlightment which he can gather from a great sclioo. learning, such &' those whose anniversary we celebrate to-night. ’ In concluding Mr. Wilson said there were no reasons to day why any man front Virginia or auv part of the South should not seek the highest tutorship in this country if lie would only lead along the lines of general public welfare, aud up n the great issues that con front us to-day. Mr. Wilson’s remarks were received with the greatest enthusiasm. Mr Henry Shepherd ha- recently gotten some interesting additions to hi* live stock. He got trout Kansas eight jack rabbits, three of which were quite young, and front New York he obtained several English hares. He has them in an enclosure at his home in shepberdstown, where he will keep them until the herd has increased considerably. Then he w ill turn them loose upon his farm uear here, with the expectation of having tine ?port hunting them. The hares are a little larger than our common rabbits. The jack rabbits are almost twice as big, and their long ears stand straight up in a very queer way. They have long and slender legs with which they can get over the coun try after the style of the person who wore the seven-league boots. The jack rabbits are somewhat depressed oil account of their loug journey, but the hares are all right.— Sk’j)/i'•/•>l*tjwii lifgitlgi’. Mr. Shepherd, we fear, is d ling an injudicious thing, and will t!"i be overw helmed with thanks for his in troducliou of the destructive pests. This new “industry" on the part of Mr. Shepherd is not near so commendable as that of Mr Miller Mr. Shepherd proposes to raise rabbits and turn ’em loose; Air. Miller in tends to catch skunks, breed ’em and kill ’em. Hie experiences of the people ot Aus tralia, of California and other States with rabbits ought to deter Mr. Shepherd and every one else from introducing hares into thi» Beclion—especially so now as so many persons are turning their attention to fruit ■MiItii r*» The Jell'erson County Mutual Fire Insur ance Company has made an assessment of 5 per cent, on its premium notes to meet extraordinary losses incurred by tire during the la-t six months. This company was or ganized seventeen years ago and its object was to furni-h insurance at moderate rates. It-, policy was not to accumulate a large surplus ; to pay offices large salaries and to loan out with risk of loss, but, to have in the pockets of the insured the difference he tween Mutual rates and those charged by Stock Companies. tireat care lias been ob served in the selection of risks; and not withstanding this caution, unusual losses have I eeu sustained recently ; but, judging from the experience of seventeen years, this is not likely to occur again. The two fea tures that commend Mutual Insurance are: 1st. The low rates; the coat being from 25 t" '>0 per cent, less than charged by Stock Companies. 2nd. The certainty of being paid in lull far loss occtsioned hv tire—the premium it >us beiug liable for the amount,—whereas Stock Companies may, and do often, fail. This assessment lias not impaired thecou ddeuce of the c> nnuuuity in Mutnal insur ance ; as evidenced by the fact that many of our most prominent business men, before and since the assessment was made, have been transferring their insurance to this company. There is every reason to predict a prosperous future for this company under the pr« -cut intelligent and prudent manage ment. Winchester Presbytery convened in Wood s'. ek, Virginia, on Tuesday, night Nine teen ministers and seventeen ruling elders answered the r 1 call. Rev. >. M. Engle was elected moderator, and elders P. W. Boyd and H. Harlan were appointed tern porary clerks. The opening sermon was preached by Hr. Washburn, of Romney.— Revs. J. R. Graham and A. C. Hopkins were chosen principal ->:id Revs. F. M. Woods and A G. Link aiteruat-* commissioners to theGenera! Assembly of the church. Messrs. P. W. Magruder and J. B. Morgan, ruling ciders, were elected principal, and Isaac Pancake and Samuel Baker, ruling elders, alternate delegates. The fall session of Presbytery will be held in Round Hill Cbnrch near Winchester. ye way Notes. Au original pension issued April 4th to John T. Kilham, Harper’s Ferry. There was fire in the Blue Ridge moun tain south of Charles town on Friday night. Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray hair to its origiual color, making it vigorous and abundant. Mr. A. H. Browu one of the uIJeBt and most respected resident-* of Hedgesvilledied at home in that town on Saturday night week aged about 70 years. Mrs. Mary Frances Drinkard, wife of Mr. W. F. Drinkard, of the Richmond Dispatch, died suddenly Monday week. She was a sister oftho late Henry K. Ellyson. Mrs. Lolia Terrill,nvife of Mr. Johu G. Terrill,was stricken with paralysis and died last week at the home of her husband, at Lahore, in Orauge county, Virginia. She was sixty-five years old. At the residence of the bride’s parents, near Gerardstown, April 10th, 1S05, by Rev. G. W. Feelmeyer, Mr. Chas. Lee Keller, of Jefferson county, and Miss Ella Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Baker, were united in marriage. Spring is full of terrors to all whose con stitution is not able to resist the sudden changes of temperature and other insalubri ties of the season. To put the system in condition to overcome these evils, nothing is so effective as Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Take it now. Last week saw the last of what was mor tal of the venerable Mr. William C. Gard, one of our oldest residents, at his home in Strinesville. lie hud been ill for a week or two and gradually grew weaker until Wed nesday eyening when death claimed hint for his own. He was 72 years old and had for many years been a consistent member of the Presbytcri n Cliuclt.—Murtineburg Statainati Ine Agiicuiturai mm .wecnamcM Asso ciation of inwood Park have decided ou radical changes in the manner of running matters at the coming fair to be held ou August 20, 21, 22 and 23. The principal part of the premiums will he paid by the Association and paid in cash, though out side parties are respectfully solicited to con tribute special premiums of whatever char acter they may desire. The number of eattie received at Chicago the week ending Saturday night was 37,700; at Kansas City, 24,800; at Omaha, 8,400, at *8t. Louis, 14,100, making a total of 85, 000. The total for the previous week was 81,000, and for the week before that 93,700. For the corresponding week of 1894 the re ceipt lor the four cities were 120,200 cattle; in 1893,110,500; of 1892, 80,200; of 1891, 85,200, and of 1890, 99,000. Thornton Parker, the negro who was late ly convicted of attempting to assault a Mrs. Melton near Middletown, Frederick county, Virginia,, was hanged in the jailvard in Winchester last Friday morning. About 3"0 persons witnessed the execution. Re ligious services were held in Parker’s cell by the Rev. W. T. Harris, colored, and at their conclusion the prisoner walked on the trap singing “Nearer to God,” in company with the clergyman. Parker’s nerve was phe nomenal. lie stood without a tremor and addressed the crowd saying: “Well, 1 am glad that 1 stand here to day. I expect to make Heaven my home. I am the man that did the act I acknowledge it and ask you all to forgive. There is no room in this sinful, wicked world for me. I am going home to Heaven." Parker is said to have h.-eti well-behaved during his confinement —always courteous, and seemingly deeply repentant, and confessed that he deserved the penalty His last breakfast was a boun tiful one. of which he partook heartily.— The jailor gave him what lie asked for, as follows: fried ham, cold veal, fried and boiled eggs, French rolis, butter and jelly, pickles, cheese and crackers, prune and cus | lard pie, chocolate, lemon ami jelly cake coffee and milk. He appeared to be laying in rations for a long journey, a rellection upon Winchester: lie *sid he was “going home to Heaven." Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria Mr R H. M. Morrison, a young farmer living near Bunker Hill, met with a terrible death on Wednesday, April 17, shortly after dinner He was out plowing all the morning and was coming home for the noon meal, when lie turned his heists into the barn yard. »>ne of the horses instead of going to [ the stable ran around the barnyard, where upon Mr. Morrison drove it into the atall and taking a baiter began to strike the horse, whereupon the animal kicked at him, its hoof striking him in the stomach and knocking him <1 >wn. He never regained Couseioii-nesM, and died within twenty min ute- The :r ei lent is a sad one, as Mr. Morrison 1 •! many fri-nds ami wa» well and favoraii \ known. The family consist ed only "f Iui-Imuo and wife, and to her, now husbamiU". we under our sympathy. — Mtuiinfbnrq Imlrprndeut. The City Council of Richmond lias appro priate! jdo.outi to purchase a site fora mon ument to tien. J. E. B 6iuart, the great ■ Confederate cavalry leader. .IVir tlfivertisements. Notice. All parties having insurance in our Agency and making a change in their residence, and also all property owners having vacant build 1 ing- will please advise us promptly, so that proper alterations mav be made in their poli cies. WASH I N’t; fOX A ALEXANDER. April S, 1893. si o.oo Reward. 1 in- above r» ward will be given forinforma i ion leading to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties instrumental in securing the release of prisoners from the Charles Town Lo. kup on the night of April 14. 1893. April 17. '93 0. BROWN, Mayor. Executor’s Notice. Having ijualided as Executor of Warren Kby, all persons having elains agaiDSt the es tate will ples -e present them to the undersign ed. a id 11 persons indebted to the estate will ple>- » ; promptlr to the undersigred. C. D. KBY, / I6s«f* — u. Executor. Y Y'Y’ VTT T" ^ ^ _____ t Mothers, do you Know «-*»*' ueou'i Drops, G^dtroj's Cortisl IM»F khtsIW SoothinB !->nil», «° i most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine t Do You Know that cpl'.im and morphine are stupefying narcotic P°lsc u Do Yon Know that in most countries druggist* are not permitted t sed n without labeling them poisons f Do Yon Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given :• our chUd unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ? Do Yon Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list os its ingredients is published with every bottle f Do Yon Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous I>r. fcamut 1 1 r That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and tliat more Castoria is now so n of all other remedies for children combined ? Do Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United S;a.. ^ r.ud of Other countries! havelssued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the werd “ Castoria ” and Its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense Do Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government prot (tun because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless? Do Yon Know that 35 averago doses of Castoria are furm.-h. 1 cents, or one cent a dose T Do Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your bo kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ? Well, these things are worth knowing. They ore facts. The facsimile i. °p «~g signature of ZZ&U* wrapper. ^^OhSldren€ryforPitche^sCas^ia«^^ $C|iR-S HEALS i % Colic Cuts, $ 4 ^ „ Burns, 4 } *""«> Bruises, 2 e> Dtarrhces, Scratches, 2 2?“K- „ Bites of <• 2 r °h ' ^ AnirnalsandJ ? Morbus, ‘i R t £ Nausea, Bugs, etc. £ Changes of Iast?,s # Water, etc. Sme,,s Good- 5 -- BREAKS UP A COLD. --- | Sold £*€urwhERE-25c and 50c Per Borne. No Belief, No Pay. d HERD .MEDICINE CO. [Formerly of Weston. W. Va.) SPRINUFIKM). d AT RfGTAIL! HARNESS AND SADDLERY. ! LINE COM PLETE AND WARRANTED -O OUR PRICES WILL ASTONISH YOU. THE HARNESS FACTORY. OOETZ. TRUSTEE S SA1 ,E OF A VALUABLE FARM OX THE SHENANDOAH KIVER IN JEFFERSON COUNTY. WEST VIRGINIA The undersigned Trustee, by virtue ol the Deed of Trust from Charles II. Goins and wife to Cleon Moore, Trustee, dated November 20. 1880, recorded in the County Clerk's office of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Hook P, page 412, will offer at public sale in front of the Court-house in Charles Town, Wtsst \a., on Friday, *2 1th ol May, 181)5, the farm containing ONE HUNDRED AND T WENT Y- HI G H T ACR ES, adjoining the lands of George Harris and W. H. T. Lewis—it be ing the same tract of land conveyed to Clias. H. Goins by Joseph Starry, with four and a half acres conveyed to saiel Goins by Albert Light foot. The improvements consist of a Good Frame Dwelling, Barn and Tenant House. TERMS OF SALE.—One-third Cash ; resi due in three equal annual payments, with in terest on deferred payments from day of sale. Same to he secured by a Deed of Trust upon the premises. Sale at 11 o'clock a. m. CLEON MOORE. April 23, 18‘j5—It. Trustee. BARK WANTED. The Geo. Campbell Co. will, a* usual, pay the highest market prices for A EE KINDS OF BARK, delivered either by wagon at their mill or in car loads at snv station on the B. & 0., N. «fc W., orC. V. R. R.’s this season. CHESTNUT. SPANISH. RED. WHITE AND BLACK OAK AND HEMLOCK BARKS WANTED. For quotations address. WM. CAMPBELL. Manager, Charles Town, Jefferson Co.. W. Vs. April 24 1806 Pasture. The pasture field ou "Mordiugtou' farm will be opened Saturday April 27. All loafers arc warned to keep out of the field. April 24. 18%. J- F. C. MITCHELL. For Councilman. We are authorized to announce J H. NO LAND for Councilman to represent the Third Ward. ■ April 24. 1805. Notice. Be it enacted by the Common Council of the Corporation of Charles Town : Section 1—That no foreign insurance com pany or express company, or telegraph com pany shall transact the' regular business of such companies within the corporate limits without paying into the treasury of the cor poration of Charles Town, on or before the 1st day of May in each year, a license tax of $5. Section 2—That no non-resident, or traveling agent, salesman, or canvasser, shall sell, or contract to sell, sewing machines, organs, pi anos, or other musical instruments, within these corporate limits, without fir-t paying into the treasury of the said corporation of Charles Town, on or before the 1st day of May, a license tax of $5. No license under this sec tion shall be granted for less than a year. Section 3—For any violation of either sec tion of this ordinance a fine shall be imposed of not less than $1.00 nor more than $10 00. Passed April 15, 1895. Pianos and Organs. If you want a first-cla-s Piano or Organ, Fully Warranted in all Respects, Boxed ami Shipped from the Fctorv Direct, call on or write me a postal. 1 will TAKE YOUR OR DER and at Prices and Terms to suit you.— You will not be compelled to keep the instru ment we send you if not satisfactory. 8TIEFF PIANOS. NEW YORK PIANOS. MOLLER ORGANS. Catalogues at No. 5 Mildred Street. J. H. NOLAND, April 17. 1895. Resident Agent. A Liberal Reward Will be paid for information leading to the recovety of hogs taken from my premises, or the conviction of the thief. Thirty-one slioats have been stolen from me during the past few months,—within a few days four black ones, weighing from thirty to sixty pounds, were taken. Aprii II, 1*93. II. C. BECKHAM. I Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! I am now prepared to sell ice iu large or •mall quantities at my store and from the wagon, at prices to suit the times. Watch and wait for the wagon. April 24. 1893. W. 8. MERCHANT. For Councilman. En. Free Pbe-ji Announce Mr. GEORGE WASHINGTON for re election as a Council-1 man for the 3d Ward. He ha* *erved the peo- , pie wisely and faithfully ami his services should be" retained. Many Voters. For Councilman. At the solicitation of numerous citizens, Mr. HENRY Dl’MM will be a candidate for re election as Councilman in the First Ward, April 17, 1895. i oNLY^Q-EISfXJIIsE WILD WEST IN amekica, with its Great European Successes, ,Y,H « Vo..ra.y .»• *g- W.« QWj+gtUipffi D*. C-N, o„ n* CHARLES TOWN MONDAY, APRIL 29TH. 1895. PAWNEE BILL’S HISTORIC - WILD - WEST, nnivn MiEVirAV HIPPODROME. INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION ISU1AKMV8E0M OBANDMEXICANjH^O^RYTorBNAMEST OF N0\ PYR0TECN1C DISPLAY. THE MARVEL OF THE AGE ANI> GKEA I ESI WILD "WEST IN THE WORLD. I A FEW OF THE PRINCIPAL FEATURES : A Tribe of Flat Head Indians, a Tribe of Earth Eating Digger Indians, a Troupe of Gonchas from the Pampas of South America, Dexterous Bolus Throwers, a Hand of Famous Black Trackers, known as Australian Boomerang 1 hrowt The first ever brought to this country, a group of noted JAPANEHK LANCERS ATULEfI. in their Famous Sword Combat on Horseback, a Troupe of Genuine Tourage Aral*. a Bevy of Beautiful Wild Western Girls, including Miss Lu Ray, the Queen of the Plains. Prof. Corey, the Crack Pistol 8hot. Pony Boh and some ot the noted Ranchmen famous fortbeir Skill with the Lariat ami the Rounding up and Branding of Cattle. SEETHE FEATURES! REAL INDIANS REPRESENTATIVES OF ALL THE WARLIKE TRIBE' Sioux, Pawnees, Apaches, Cherokee*. Cheyennes, Chicka'aws and Comanches. Gres' Chiefe like SPOTTED TAIL, AFRAID-OF-HI8- HORSES, LEFT HAND and othere. WILD RIDERS FROM THE PAMPAS In Whirlwind Equestrian Exhibitions, and those Majestic Son' of the Great Desert of the Orient, A BAND OF GENUINE BEDOUIN ARABS, Whose feats of 'kill with the Rifle and Bayonet, and displays of agility aud *!relive have never been equaled. a j An Army of Mexican Vaqtieros, Cowboys, Kancheros, Frontiersmen anti Western Plaimnwr in contests and illustrations of their wondrous skill with Horses, Mustangs. Ponie*, Texas Steers, and the Lariat. ROUNDING UP AND BRANDING CATTLE. THE ONLY HERD OF LIVING BUFFALO, Drove of Wild Texas Steers. Spotted Mustangs of marvelous beauty. Bucking Bronchos oftbt purest breed, Chargers for Mexican Standing Races, Indian Ponies Travoys Papoose* Squaws, and an entire Indian Village, a Band of Mohavo Indians and their great Cremation Ceremonies. Digger Indians from LowerCalifornia, the only genuine Indian Band in existence, composed of 8ioux Musicians from Carlisle. A Splendid Mexican Band, The Feature of the New Orleans Exposition. Great Mexican < harioteers, in exciting contests; Cowboys and Scout* chasing the Bloodthirsty Indians whohave burn ed down Trapper Totn’s Cabin and have robbed the Fort Sill Stage Coach, Race between batteries of Artillery and greatest shooting in the world. SEEN AT EVERY PERFORMANCE. MISS MAY LILLIE, -The beautiful and only Lady Ritle Shot, who with unerring aim. break* glas* l»ll»— while riding at full speed on the back of a horse. MISS LU RAY, CHAMPION BRONCHO RIDER. Scenes of enchantment at night when the whole plain is lit up with brilliant calcium lights, making the interior as brilliant as the noonday son. WONDROUS PYROTECHCNTAL DISPLAYS. THE MEXICAN HIPPODROME. Chariot and Standing Race* unrivaled. Dashing Caballeros and Darling Senoriu* career wildly over a grand course on highly mettled animals. Texas Steer* ridden and raced by Cowboys and Mexicans. Struggles for supremacy between the greatest horsemen of every clime. Equine exploits over hurdles in every possible way. COWBOYS’ PASTIMES AND VAQUEROS VAGARIES' INDIAN SKILL WITH THE BOW AND ARROW. EVERY FEATURE AT EVERY PERFORMANCE LADIES AND CHILDREN SPECIALLY PROTECTED. Seats for Everybody. ONE TICKET ADMITS TO ALL. T H E OP A XI) STREET PA RAJ >E BEGINS WHEN THE CANNON BOOMS AT 10 A. M. EVERY DAY. LISTEN FOR THE CANNON. [he most interesting spectacle ever given gratuitously ard in the streets of any city «« t!* Wide World. Marvelous cavalcades of genuine celebrities and every feature of tbe grand Historical Congress of Woudroos People and Animals follow their great Commander, PAWNEE A Kaleidoscope of Novelties ami a rare Collection of Curiosities in THE INDIAN MUSEUM Which every one must -ee without fail. -THE - MARVEL - OK - THE . AGE._ Two Exhibitions Daily. Doors open at 1 and 7 P. M, Performance begins one hour latff.