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Gilbert G. Rice's Experience
Among the Miners.
Tied One End of a Lariat te His Neck,
the Other te a Freight Car.
riien Hcnt mulling Down the Grade III
Hair New Is White and Hit Weight
Reduced Frem B2fl pound te
New Yerk, Aug. 30. Gilbert 0. Rice,
the man wbese sufferings at the hands
f B'nieb of Tennessee miners -did se
ouch in the recent strike te turd scntl
nent against the strikers, was at the
3rand Central depot Te a reporter Mr.
Rice gave a description of the Bccne in
which he 'se narrowly escaped death,
About a month age I visited Alta Alta
nent, Tcrin., te purchase land. 1 de
termined upon a piece of forest between
'.he North Carolina and St Leuis rail rail
ead and the Elk river. 1 climbed the
tide of a mountain, blazing the trees
along the route. On my return I lest
my vay. It was nearly dusk when I
heard voices ahead of me. I peered
through an opening and saw a group of
miners talking with two men with demi
johns.. I saw that it was a secret meeting of
some sort, and I thought it wise te get
away quickly. But stepped en a twig
which cracked and in a moment they
were upon me. Frem their conversa
tion I found that they were a band of
Strikers who had come into the forest
te negotiate with illicit distillers for a
supply of liquor.
The miners were for killtng me at
. once, but the moenshiners protested,
paying it would only bring down en
them the wrath of the government I
was kept a prisoner several days In the
hope that I would give some details of
the convict camp.
I'frankly admit that I lied about the
matter, and gave them much pretended
information in exchange for feed. Uut
after the miners had made a charge,
based en my misleading information,
and were repulsed most severely, their
anger knew no bounds.
Cress-examination elicited the fact
that I had never visited the convict
camp, and the miners determined te
make an example of me. A meeting was
held and the most painful death was
The meeting was held near an old
freight ear that had been side-tracked
en a steep incline, and its presence
offered a suggestion that was quickly
acted upon. It was decided te tie me
by the neck te ene end of a lariat, and
fasten the ether end te the cur, and
then set the car te rolling down the
. The decision was quickly carried out
The noose wus drawn around my neck
and the brakes 'loosened. One of the
miners dropped the noose from my
neck te my waist As the car started
the lariat straightened out and I took a
step forward, then another and an
other, until I found it difllcult te keep
The sides of the track were lined
with a jeering mob of miners. At it
curve in' the rejid I was lest te their
sight. There Avas a sudden turn as the
car Hew around, and at the end of the
taut lariat I felt myself Hying through
I had gene en" at a tangent and the
Tope near the ear struck a telegraph
pole. The rope wound itself rapidly
nreund the pole. There u as a sh.it p re
port a." the lariat parted and the car
Hours later I revived and get free
from the lariat which had tern the
ilesh about my loins into shreds. Twe
ribs were broken, aud I was bruised all
I found a squatter's hut and two
"days later was in Knexvllle. I have
been very 111 ever since. My weight has
fallen from 225 pounds te 150 new, and
the shock has turned my hair white.
AN IMMENSE DAM.
It Ik 1'nr tin) I'urpeae et IrrlKiitlug lletli In
.Mrxlne utul the United Mute.
El Pase. Tex., Aug. 30. A company
has been incorporated under the laws of
New Mexico for the purpose el putting
in a big International dam across the
- Ule Grande for the purpose of irrigating
both in Mexico aud the United States.
Vm. Hamilton, of New Yerk, is at the
head of the project, and the company is
Incorporated for a capital of $10,000,000.
The dam will be built about five miles
above El Pase, in a meuntuin gate
way, It will be 500 feet long, of solid
masonry from cliff te cliff, resting en
a solid limestone foundation, and will
be seventy feet high. Cel. Adsen Mills
of the United States corps of engineers
estimated the cost of the dam at SHOO,
000. There will be two double iron
gates en the Texas side of the canyon,
and two of precisely the same size and
pattern en the New Mexican side, Frem
these gates two canals will be cut
through the rock, following the bluff en
the Texas and Mexican sides capable of
carrying a volume of water seventy feet
wide and six feet deep. Cel. Mills esti
mated the full cost of the completed
system, including the dam, canals,
.ditches and, laterals, beadgatea, drops,
etc., at $2,500,000. The construction of
thi dam will create an inland Jake flf
' teen miles long and about five miles
wide, w.ltb an uvcrage depth of about
twenty-flve feet Storage, reservoirs
will be constructed en both sides of the
canyon above, also, se as te replenish
the lake from time te time and keep it
up te high water mark-
social Science Congre.
Sahaioea, N. Y., Aug. 30. The an
nual session of the Secial Science con
gress opened here Monday evening. The
Secial Science association is one of the
largest and beat known bodies in the
country for tbfe study and discussion of
social and economic subjects, and the
deliberations are being participated in
Tby men who have for years contributed
te the success of the organization. The
congress will remalu in. session until
,, THE OjIDEN TRIAL.
AiWItiiftt Flatly,ntradfet Htitii
fe T P Mada My the Accused, v
pAlX RlVHR, Mass.,,, Aug. 80. The
hearing., in the Berden case was con
tinued Monday. Lizzie passed a fairly
restful night and at an early hour in
the morning was vlslte"d by her sister,
Emma, who stayed with her until the
hour for court arrived.
Olrs. A. B. Churchill was the first
witncss,callcd. She lives next te the
Berdcns en the north side of the street,
nnd she remembered well the first day
of the tragedy. She first remembered
of her attention being called te tlw af
fair when she saw Bridget going for
About the 6ame time she saw Lizzie
standing against the Bide of the deer,
apparently distressed about something.
"f opened the window and asked her
what was the matter, and shesnid: 'Oh,
Mrs. Churchill, de come ever; somebody
has killed father.'
"I went ever and asked her where her
father was, and she replied 'in the sitting-room."
Asked her where she was
when It happened, and she said she was
in the barn looking for something for
The time, as near as the witness could
recollect, was about 11 o'clock. Witness
asked Lizzie where her mother was,
and she said her mother had received a
note te go somewhere, but she did net
knew but that she had begn killed, tee.
She wished soraebedy would go and try
and find her, for she thought she had
come In since.
She said her father must have an
enemy, for every one in the house had
been sick. Witness described the dress
which Lizzie were en that day as a dark
blue cotton cloth dress.
Mr. Jennings subjected Mrs. Churchill
te a cress-examination. Witness said
that when she get inside the house
Lizzie was se much agitated that she
funned her, fearing that She would
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
A Munile shoe-Maker Shoett III Wife
unil Then I'utx IMci Ilullct In III Ilraln.
Munch?, Ind., Aug. 80. A tragedy
unparulleled in Muncle was enacted
Monday morning by Theodere Bird, a
shoe-maker, who shot his wife and
then put two bullets in his own
brain. The man died at 10:30,
and the woman is at the
point of death with a bullet in her
brain. She can net recover. Bird was
a hard drinking man and was madly
jealous of his wife. Sunday night he
threatened te kill the woman and she
took her baby daughter and slept in the
weeds near the house. She had secured
a revolver te protect herself and when
she entered the house Monday morn
ing Bird took the weapon from
her and quickly committed the double
crime in the presence of their two little
children, a boy and a girl. Bird left a
note saying the woman wouldn't feed
the children. The neighbors say Bird
mistreated the woman, often beating
her in a brutal manner while he was
Te He Mnrwd Inte SuUleetlen.
Qi'ixcv, Mass., Aug. 30. An arrange
ment went into effect Monday by which
the Wins of cicdit te the loeked-eut
iiranltv cutters will lie limited te thirty
days by all members of the Oulney Gro
cers' association. This movement has
frequently lieen urged by the granite
uanufacturers. who are new satisfied
that the men will be speedily starved
into subjection. As the grocers are de
pendent upon the workingmen for sup
port nnd the werkingiiuui are strenjly
united through the Central Lnlier
union, St is net improbable that the
union may establish co-operative stores.
Mutiny en mi Atuerlcun IJrl.
Nkw Orleans, Aug. 30. The Pica
yune's Key West correspondent says:
"A pilot beat just arrived reports the
American brig Mary C. Mariner, from
.lamaica te New Yerk, off the bar.
Speaking te her, the master of the brig
requested assistance of a revenue cutter
te suppress mutiny, which broke out
Saturday night The master of the
brig was badly wounded, and paced the
deck with a hatchet in his pocket The
icvenue steamer McLarle left Monday
for the brig. Ne further particulars
have yet been obtained.
AltiT mi liminuu't" Company.
CeLUJinus, O.. Aug. SO. In the mi
pretne court Monday, Atty-Gen. ltlch
arils brought suit in qutirunte against
the Northern Mutual fire jissocmtien of
Teledo, te oust It from doing business
in Ohie, because of nel conforming te
Ohie's laws. This is the same company
whose manager J, P. Eldrckin, was ar
rested two weeks age by State Insurance
Commissioner Kinder for refusing te
permit an investigation.
.S;im1 the Epenm of Trial.
Maxciikstkii, 0., Aug. 30. Allen
Huffman, who shot and killed Dan
Hughes near Concord, Ky., Sunday,
committed suicide at an early hour
Monday morning by sheeting himself.
The house of Henry Stene, about five
miles east of here, where he was in
hiding, was surrounded by a posse, and
having no means of escape, he con
cluded this was the best way te get out
of his trouble
Cerrlgun'i New scheme.
Meiiilb, Ala., Aug. a Ed Cerrigan
has purchased a tract of 00 acres of
land five miles below Mobile, and near
the bay front, for the purpose of mak
ing a race track and training ground.
The site is one of the finest in this
vicinity for the purpose, and he pre
ferred te make his own track te pur
chasing either of the three tracks al
ready fenced, upon which he had op
tions. Te Try Her Hpeed Again.
INDRPKNIIENCK, la., Aug. Stt Butl
liable suys he will start Nancy Hanks
against her own record again next
Thursday. He feels confident she will
go l.i 2:M or better. Martha Wilkes
will also start this week aud it is pre
dicted she will make the mile in 2:03.
llrenk of a Londen Hank.
Londen, Aug. 80. The failure was
announced Monday of the firm e'f Red
fern, Alexander fc Ce., Australian and
New Zealand merchants and bankers el
Ne. a Great Winchester street Their
liabilities aroeut te 250,000.
I "a ; i
Oathered Frem All rtjU.ef'the. Country
My Telegraph. i
Three brakemen werekllled n acol acel acol
llslen near Horten, Kes.
Chicago police are looking for S. L
Jacobs for obtaining diamond? from
jewelers under -false pretenses. The'
amount is $2,000.
The Catholic church at Prairie du
Chlen, Wis.,' was entered en Saturday
night by thieves, who'stele u-geld vestry
service valued at 82,500.
An American petition in favor of tlje
release from prison of Mrs. Maybrlck,
and which contains the names of Mes
dames Harrison and Bland, was pre
sented te the queen. Monday.
A 82,000,000 improvement company
has been organized in Minneapolis,
Minn. The company will locate a man
ufacturing plant en 1,100 acres immedi
ately north of the city limits.
Mrs. Daniel Heyer, a well known
middle aged lady, was run down by a
horse and buggy and received frightful
internal injuries at Canten, O. Physi
cians have no hope of her recovery.
At Omaha, Neb., Geerge Fess, a chop-
house waiter, Monday morning fatally
shot his mistress, Laura Day, and then
shot himself. He can net live. The
tragedy oecurrod in the woman's room,
and was the result of jealousy.
The Turkish Said Pasha at Constanti
nople claims that the destroying by fire
of Rev. Bartlett's house at Baunduum
was due te carelessness of a servant
This Is net believed, and two gunboats
have been ordered te the Bospherus.
The Iren Hall of Missouri took a'n
ether step downward Monday. By the
courts at St Leuis Breck Jenes was ap
pointed permanent receiver of the order
for the state, with 6100,000 bend, which
was given by the Mississippi Valley
Electricity will seen be generally In
treduced in Ottawa, Ont, for heating
and cooking purposes. Fer the first
time In the history of the world the
guests at the Windser house Monday
night sat down te a dinner cooked by
CSatn B. Crail, for the past fourteen
years clerk of the United States court
in the Louisville district died at Louis
ville of chronic dysentery. He was re
moved from his position as clerk by
Judge Barr about a mouth age en ac
count of his ill health and consequent
inability te attendte the duties.
Frank Linden, the well-known actor,
was badly bruised and perhaps fatally
Injured Monday evening by falling
down in the basement of the Grand
Opera house, Danville, 111. A grating In
the fioer in a dark place had been
carelessly left open by .some of the
Mrs. Henry Barlew, of Garrison,
Beene county, Ky., searching for eggs
came suddenly non a huge snake coiled
in a mange in the barn, and with the
aid of an 'd but faithful deg dis
patched the monster after a terrific bat
tle. The snake measured ten feet and
was ever ten inches in circumference.
. THE MARKETS.
CINCINNATI, Au? SO.
r" OUH-Wlnter patent 4 nel 40. fancy,
rl .VI (rf.ru family, i! 0J&2.71, extra, WiVJilO:
leu grudc, $1.A) (2.00. -prinz jutt-nt,
4WIi4.r5, sprln? Mncv. HWftlSO sprinj
farallv, W te- 3 C Kye flour, 3.7S 33 )
Wheat At the cle-ie geed Ne 2 rid ua
tlrinut JI417."c, but medium and low prj'lc
wi te dull mid jlmebt unsalable: Ne 3 ml vn
quotable ut iMruc for prJrae samplei
CfijtN Ne 2 white wa held at Me a"id Ne
1 mixed ut MGlMHe, ear led in dullness '
-bewi'd little improvement at the cle( pi
unipli-' belay i liable at 47&43a
Oats Mixed .sold by sample at JOVx: a:
Ne 2 v. hit? at 37 iWta
live The market dull and easy A t the close,
however, Ne 1 von In better tone and Ne A
Caitld hippers, poed te ch jIje, S ' 4.i;
common te fair, ttOi i-i OJ. oxen. Reed te
chetws, 3.2iSa7A, eomtnea te fair. I.WrX.a:
eleet butcher, H(ttt4 2.; no extra here,
fair te poed, Kl.iVt4 OJ. lemmun, (I T.S "v
A.V), heifers, poed te choice heavy, 3.453 h.:
geed te choice Itpht, '.a tO 3 e"; common te fair,
Hees Select heavy und prime butchers, i11
'MO fair te poed pacltlng, 4 10S 10: common
and rough, 4 00 '4 W, fair te geed light, l.r. J
.2A. pips, ?4 l34 Ri
Sheep ami Lamus Sheep Wethers an!
yearllnps, IIWOAOJ. best ewes. JtOWM,
common te fair. MOO arv dieck ewes. J3i) i
4 fti. extra. 4 JS. Lamb llnl shippers, .!'i
'l'l,.V, fair te geed 5.00" ST5 eeirse in J
"evy. M fiO.5 (H, butchers. f3.W i 4 rs cxtri,
NiiwYeiiK A.t .l
Wheat December and Septembir most
active September, 8le. Ooieb-r, 8J ,e. TK'u'ui
Ryb Easter and quiet: western. el&'Wu
Ceas September, We. October, .Vtj- Decern,
her. S7e: Ne. 2, 60c
Oats Dull and Hrmer; September, Sx'jc;
October, SPjVe; wewtern, KSi'MTe.
PiTTsiicneii, Aug S)
Ca ti.u Market steadv ou prime at about
last week prices: ether grades slew and "J50
eff: IS cars of cattle shipped te New Yerk
Hogs Market steady; Philadelphia? J.i
!v.S0, mixed, fM.VJAS); goeJ te best Yorkers,
H,W. M0, graers MWai.73' S3 cars Legs
hlpped te New YeJk.
Shkep Market very dull at 101 V efl from
last week? prl cert
liALTiiienr, Aug an
Wheat firmer: Ne. 2 red spot and Au
cust. 77ej September, 771ie; Ooteber, 78yci
IX centner. Sic. steamer Ne. 2 red, 714c.
Cekn Mixed spot and August, S'e: Sep
tember, WHc asked, October, S7e askeJi yar,
Me; t teamcr mixed. lUc bid,
OATa-Flrm! Ne e whtte western, 43341c;
Ne 3 mixed western, 39c.
RYB-DuU; Ne. 2, ric trtd.
CHICAGO, Au? 30.
ri-etm and OhaIN-Cash quotations
Fleur steady and unchanged: Ne. 2 sprin?
wheat, M2THc; Ne. S spring wheat,
tfjCBc: Ne. 2 red, 7u7iJiie: Ne. 2
aern, 314e. Ne, 2 eats, 34Ve; .Ne. 2 white no
tales; Ne. 3 white. 393Se, Ne. 2 rye. 6iMc Ne.
I barley, (Be. Ne 3, f. a a, 503 SSe; Ne 4 f. e b ,
VS itSe, Ne. I flaxseed, 1 1 O-Ml
PllUUDELPHIA, Aug SO.
WnitAT Advanced lido under Ann cables
nd a better demand for expert: Ne. 8 red la
expert elevator, 7Se; steamer, Ne. S red in ylo yle ylo
vater, no; Ne. 2 red August, 7dft 377a.
Conn Car lets lower; futures nominal. Ne.
5 mixed track, JOc; Ne. 2 mixed In elevator, 00c;
Ne 2 high mixed In grain depot, 00c; Ne. 3
mixed, ftfvjawse. September, October end No Ne
Oais Geed demand for old Ne 2 white,
pr.ecs of which ruled steady under moderate
iflcrlegs, new cuts dull and He tewe r under in
;reasing supplies: Dew Ne. 3 wbl.e, SHc: Ne 3
white, 4Ue, old de, 4JH43ei choice, 43i,c;
Ne. 2 white August,'4lJWlSc
Teledo, Aug, 30.
Whhat Active und steadyt Ne, 2 cash and
August, 7e; September, 784C December,
COHN Dull I Ne. 2 cash, A,'e.
OATft-QulOtl cash, 3l)ie.
Kri-Steudyi Ne. 2 cash. Me; August, 60(0.
CixiVEii Seed-DuII; prime October, le.(Us
ite. t cash, te T&
f 3winm nmrm
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Allen A. Edmonds,
TOStlJ Lt:3E3 3SU.:ntJ,
ORDERS SOLICITED FOR
THAT CAN BE
State National Bank
SUM' LIT ..
DO A OENEKAL BANKINO BUSINESS.
C. D. I'kakck, Catliler.
W. II. fox, President.
J.se I'ilvs, Vice-President.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
First That Allen Orever. Culvert C. Arthur.
Edward F. Hernden, Henry A. Ilees, H. W.
Itees und William Mauley have become in
corporated by virtue el the previsions et the
General Statutes et Kentucky undcrtlie name
of Shannen and Fennnn Chapel Turnpike
Company, und the principal plnee et transact
ing business is at thu residence et Jehn II.
Hernden, Esq., Masen county, Ky.
Second The nature et the business pro
posed le be trun-neted is the construction,
maintenance and operation et a turnpike
read from the Sardls Turnpike Hnad near the
forks of Shannen creek te Fleming county
line near Ferman's Chhpel, a distance et
about two aud a halt miles.
Third The capital stock of said corpora
tion is six thousand dollars. In shares et
twenty.fi vodellnrs each, theprivatu stock te be
paid In upon call of the Directors, and the
stock of Maten count v In accordance with re re
qulrementsef theorderef the Court or Claims
of Masen county.
Fourth Said corporation shall commence
business as seen as tue thousand dollars Is
subscribed tnthecapltal stock aud shall eon.
tlnue In oxlstenco 111 tv ears.
Filth The affairs of thu corporation are te
lie conducted by a t'rcsiucnt anu a neurci ei
Directors, five in uiiuibei, a Secretary und
Trcnsurer, all pf whom are te be stockholders
in said corporation. The first get of eillcers
shall be Allen (Trever, President: H. W. Hees,
Calvert C. Arthur, Edward F. Hernden. Wil
liam Manlev and Henry A. Hees. Directors;
Edward F. Hernden, Secretary; H. W, Hees,
Treasurer, nnd they shall held their ellices
until the first Monday In April, Ibid, and until
their successors are chosen und qualified: and
every first Monday in April thereat ter n Pres
ident and Heard or Directors shall be chosen
by the stockholders, and a Secretary and
Treasurer by the President and Heard of Di
rectors te held ler the ensuing Vi-'ar and until
their successors aru chosen and qualified.
Sixth The Indebtedness or Mild corpora
tion shall at no time exceed the. sum of tlve
Seventh The private property et the stock
holders Is te be exempt from the corporate
debt of said corporation.
AptllMtb, IMC. .
CALVERT C. ARTHUR.
KDWARD V. HERNDON,
HKNRV A. UKES,
II. W. REES.
Academy of tlie Visitation Beanllnp;
nntl Day Scheel for Yeung Ladles.
Thli Imtitiitlnii luiRH hi nil reputation for Its
many ndvautaircH aud tlioreuirh education In
every branch. The Musical Department Is
under the direction of a irraduate of a noted
conservatory. German and Eclectic System
et Urmwlnir tnmrht free, lllliul pupils will be
trained by the 1'elnt-priut Method. Fer terms
and ether Information attr.lv te SI8TKRS OF
,THK VISITATION, Mnyivllle, Maien Ca, Ky.
A J kt&
Is this a bnl?
Yes,' this sn lint.
Is this crniiilpii's hut?
Yesi'llils Is ymiulpii's hat.
under the hut?
II a I IIu! Yes, I enn see under the hat.
What can you wc under grandpa's hat?
I can see
under the hat. '
Yeu are titiht my child.
Whenever I need anything such us
Parler and Bedroom Suite's, Felding Beds,
etc., I always go te
HENRY 0RT, 3IAYSYILLE.
.S'e. 11 East Second Mreet.
First-class Line of
Every thine usually
Found inn Dmtj Stere,
POWER & REYNOLDS.
m PURE DRCGS!
Paints and Oils, Best Brushes,
Finest Soaps und Perfumes the
Choicest Assortment of Fancy
Goods, Greutc-t Variety of Lamps
All for sale by
J. JAMBS WOOD,
DRUGGIST. Maysville Ky.
Prescriptions a all hours prepared with
care nnd accuracy hy William (.' Weed,
Befere buying a Ga3 T?f1T TDQT?
Steve, scelhe MjULL OJ!j
It cooks with a current of het air. Te
be had of
O. D. UJiUilAM, ia East eeelllVt!
Dr. 3I0RRIS H. PHISTER,
riirenlc dli'i' of even character 11 spe
cialty, prominent iitiHinir which aic
Niisul Catarrh, Tlirent ami Limjr
Irotelenal cull" answered promptly Ollice
corner Third and Sutten stieet-.
WRITE. JUUD & CO.
-Are llll In the
At Ne. 42 W. Second Street.
ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP!
HO roil TIIK
The C and O. Railroad will sell round trip
tickets en account et the Ripley, Ohie, Fair,
Aug. 30th te Sept. 2d
One fare for the round trlptrem Cincinnati
aud Tertf mouth and nil Intermediate ikiImis.
Tickets iroed returnliiK as Inte as Saturday,
September !W. (let ready te attend the Fair
and ee the ipleudld show and enjoy the ooea eoea oeea
f Ien. Most pleaiunt Knuuiils In Ohie.
Premiums lltieral and paid In trehl hofero
thu stock leaves the rliur.
THE MAYSVILLE RAND,
knew n at " Hnucke's Reed und Silver Cornet
Hand," will furnlih the music.
Come and nee the line shim of Horses, and
Floral Mull Display, nnd enjoy a regular Con
cert durinir the Fair. Bend for Catalogue te
L. H. WILLIAMS, Sec'y.
An exhibition manifestly worthy Its
American .reputation amkthe extcusive
premises with which it ckmc upon Au
stralla.--Sydney, Daily Ttitgraph.
JUST FROM ITS
Te exhibit in all its millionaire perfec
tion at Maysville Wednesday,
0E THE WORLD.
Only stupendous livini: Aittalian ex
hibit, renal Reman hippodrome, monster
menaeer.e, only ciant Iiippopetaml. trio
of most tteuiiMirietis tuiers, only school of
trained men-ti i m-u liens, biirest cir
cusses en t'liitli nnly tribe of wild Ue Ue
deuin Aiiiiinr utlileies, only daikest Af
rican Miitnit ititu Anifpedcnn Aviary, the
Olymphinn staueet old. only royal 'Japa
nese troupe, mid nir frymnasium, chil
dren' fiintliind liehcs, rotes(pte carni
val, Ai iMhii Ni."lii-. remiuifcs, hpcrlacu
lnr piis,rriniiiL'(' te Mercu, "upeilH'st free
Mere pielit und i ie'isure for the money
and the one cheap price if admission
than 'inv etlii-i lir, rv r even dreamed of
during te of ret.
Aeknetvleiiccil litei lest in two ;reat
empin'1 A bii''- ( ueiHer spanning
Ibe Pucilii' Kvfix act a I icturcd.
Ever iliniPlten i- kcnbed Kvcrj"
premise tultilk'd It hu- mmle the great
est jntiriie f the kind Me-t tiarim"
feat of p-ivnte enteipike Whole rail rail
rem! trains of vni uml novel shows,
"treat steaiit-h'p lead1, of transely cu
rious tliiu.'S An Hit .-l umy in stunen stunen
One hundred champions. Eighty novel,
brilliant acts. New tace from afar.
Hare and ce-tly novelties Great deeds
of model n times and ancient days Orig
inal and asteundinn revelations, Heroes
and heroines of the arena and racecourse.
Imperial program of most thrilling races.
Eveiy hipiiodremalic, equestrian, terial
and athletic display possihle te genius,
daring and physical perfection The
beauty, grace, and skill of every Natien.
Pre einident lady charioted sniul jockeys.
The most grotesque fun-makers Ueasts
I hat de even thing but talk. Every liv
ing tliiiiL'. feat, 1 cut u re and production
wetthy of association with the meatesl
shows" Gr.inih'ht amphitheater ever
Li' B- V
Everybody slimild see Its glorious free
morning hn'lldav parade. A dazzling.
snnenttiinnl mlllinniiirti illanlnv of rrnlitnn
elf land, Arabian nights, oriental, wild
oeasts, spectacular, respieiuiciu weuuers.
Twe Performances Daily
At 9 nuil 8 p. m. Deers open one heur
previous. Lewcit excursion rates frM
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