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I] Paul Nicholson, D. G. Spann, R. l'>. Smith, \, W. Schumacher, A. Swansen.and R. N I'ifft,Col.J. I. Ctrafton ; Rev Fr incis Kelly ; Master llenrv Osterhoudt, Miss IJ. !• iroe ; Mrs B. Pearce and infant. Mr K. S. Salmon. (84J and ro8 in transit for Hav ma, CABLEGRAMS. I.oniloii 15.—Sir Frnest Shacklet on lias decide I thai he c innol ju^t now in ik'. s intended visit to \ uiei 11 1. I le has had many invii .lions fr< >TII M>( ieties and institut ions to N|><\ik ,1!' 11! his ex| Bon, London, 15, The admiralty has apparently come tntheconclus'on that I 1 idno ights ire not the most efficient type <>l battleship. 'I wo big vessels, the Royal Sovereign and the Royal Oak, were re cently laid down at Portsmouth and Devon port respectively, but, though great vessels, they are to be considerably smaller and I speedy than their immedi ite (leressors. London, 15. — I'he friei between Gre it Hril I Ai ca is the gre itesl I ilcau the world", says the Observer, in an editorial, commenting on the appeal of the D 1 Teck I $250,000 subscription to enable the British Comm ttee tncarry out its programme in connection with the Anglo-American pea e centenBrv, London, 15 -The extent to which % %  %  ition has captured <•'\ is illust rated < y .1 1 ep >r\ 1I1 1 1 a young peei has 1 ed Ins 11 immission in the W tyal I lor study the art of f'\ ing. "The danger of flying has %  %  %  jei 1 led, I he stal is. tics i'w 1I1 it 'hei 'has 1 1 1 1 j one fatal accident tn even 95. ' miles flown, and the cost soon I romises to be no greater than the expense of motoring. Hollow. During the night the life, savers brought eight men ashore host bitten and almost unconscious from exposure The bodies of four men were left lashed t> th" rigging and covered with Providence, R, I. 17.— Tlio Fabre liner Roma with more than five hundred passengers arrived here this afternoon, Shewas driven ishore on No-mans-land during the Storm last night and spent live hours theie before freeing herself. She had a It to port when shearrive I here, !' it au Prince, 17.—A pani : | w as causi 1 here t iday w 1 t n sol dins and polic harp j fight ing. lb tried to stop the trou ile '* % %  • isuc[ rjl and th Hug still goes on. Chicago, 17. I he body o| Pracy 11'illander, t w< nty yeai old j dau hter of I .• mis I !• illander one 1 of the best known men in \urora vas I in I %  %  lerj town with 1 %  erusln d in I he 1 ilding a uitor, suspi %  motive, Ni V'ork, 1 I tv f mud itself today still >om isof th %  reci it sno Little improvement hasbeen m ide in tra li'ii>ns, rbe Iineis St. Louis Adr iatic and 1 npaina w< 1 %  among 1 he steamsliips HI ing today. I he offi :ers ..( the three i .-. hich were from 2 \ lo 54 hours I ite li id tal s to t. II of b ittles with one of the worst storms they '. re unteri d, >evcral of the linei > it ere t vi 1 hums coming up lr mi quarani ine own %  I in the hail) mi wInch mI %  traffic. Afternoons 2 p.m. Evening's 8 pfn. CIRCUS MASS A l' 4 Grand GALA Days A February 4th to 28th. J H. ESCHMAN CIRCUS (.'• insist ing of Contortionists, Equilibi i I 'I rapt zi Artists, BY R \DI(> Brussels, 17,—Whil* riding in Sorgres Fon si ld ly K ig Mberl of Belgium was thro i n hei e th I.is ho'se and sustained n broken ai m The accident was 1 IU 1 by the horse stumblin | Garden City, Ve v V'ork, 17. Edward Micho 1 I iwn nd, editor ii)ii. Was' ingto ,17. I'he thin ei of Secretai y Mi \ 1 n's p< ai e 1 e tn 1 1 with SIM Do was 1 10 la'.. NewYoik, 17.-Miss Elizabeth Francis and the Duke Don Arturo de Maj 1 I lurai //••. a des 1 n lent %  if one of 1! Mcst fain lies ol Italy ; 1 • I lien today. The Annual Bazaar And Sale For tlie Benefil of the Cal holic Free Si h will be lield on the ground 1 >i SACRKII HEART SCHOOL Easl Shirle\ Stn t on \\ edti sday an I Thursd ij. FebA Ian nssi irttnenl of Plain nalive oftheN.ss,,, C aint> \i publican, rua ry"l8th and IQth. w is fi iund did lift m %  1 in a Snow Infl 11 lie wa> eg years "I.I. — iu;ik''. Orle ins, M iss, 17 1 mil lilors | ,. a ;un \ from the Italian bark Gmtagna ll „ || a|)( | siil;( | I,,si their lives w lien Ine vessel WAS driven ashore on the miter uaies P en bai of ( ape Cod new Cah n* p.m. each day. and Fancv Articl Refreshments, from 4 to B At! Revolving Ladders, Flying -' Featuring Little Nemo most talked <>f the woi Id ni" 1 nded and rained Elephant. T< igether with Trained Dogs, P mies and other Equine wondt ( (CATION : ]• LYING HORSE GROUNDS I Rf 1 ( lutsidi Vttrai tions Daily. 2 and 1 p.m. "NEW NATIONAL" fa "IDEAL" HANI) MACHINES •SF;W IIOMF.'M •RUBY" FOOT MACHINES I OR SALE BY CHAS. E. ALBURY w would 1 iform all who appreciate 1 G01 I ink* that we now haveon und an estensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra VVrapi 1 rs, and Havana Fillers thr.Higbout. These Cigars are manufactured on oui premises by skilled workmen and great paini ire take* to produce an artii le ol super 01 quality. The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect the pationase of connoiteurs. |. L. SAUNDERS A Co. Ma\ Street. JTL



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ai CD o n $ pfi E < a) Nullius addictus |urare in verba mai'istri. ficintt bound lo swear to ihe Dogmas >f no Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. Fcburary .IS. 1914 No. 57 i EON E. H. Dl Pl'( II E Dl I' IR AN L I'Kii I'K i f I 08 OKKlii(8 ,, M \l!Ki:r STHI I I \.i i N %  &A IAM* • v I ( .', BLISHED DMl-1 M uday, A e Ineida) a ml Fi i lay. HI %  ; l.,\ I .: -. i ni Satnrdaj — li ..| %  % •• i'l -V, >|(h ... ••• -li' 1 Moothh •' t' 1 3 I ,,'C||V Hall Yenrli Vaatij >' PAYAHLH IN I HVANI I • The Mail Sleamei "Seguranca" arris ed in New York .rlon I ircus i \Minted lule |>Iaj ing in N issau • i ii i \i ., 's :,: %  Interinnlar Mails fur Inagua mill mil i medi ite ports Will l>e i rsed at 1 1 u IT toin< n iow, J I Ion, I Inuse nl Wembly, Moiidav 16 li Feb 1914. I lie I loue Mil according 1 <> ndjoui iiineni, I 'resent I Ion, II. (i. MM Icolm, K.C., peakei ; \V, C. It Johnson, I' M] I lepuiy v |"'' %  %  i ; II>r,s, I P, Sands, (",. 11. 1 ianiblm, pi. Johnson; Messrs VVi*ech, l>. Culmer, Cole, Williams, Evans, Anderson, IV iwen, Adderley, I R, C. Young, Sweeting Arobrister, E. V. Solomon, Moselev,I *.Young, Albury, Sawyer, Pn • Brice, I urrv, A. K. Solomon, 1. "ultnei Tin tie, \ %  Ratei Six 1 1 line fin first insertion thtee : e pei lii e (,,, I insertio I one \ enns, pei imp foi subsequent insertions. Advertisei ti undei ei [lit lines 4s. \lr. Sands pres mte 1 Mess ige No. 17 and documents from IIis Excellency the Governor which was read and 1 irdered d 1 be pi inted. Mr, A i lei ley presented petitions from J imes Alex mder W illace and Richard Farrington, Police Constables, asking foi increase of : ions, which n id and orI in he printe I. Mi. L. W. kVung prese ited petitions from S. Matthews Church fin upkeep of click ; from ceilain inhabitants "I Eastern 1'isti icl f"r ,1 boat landing at fool of Eowler si ri et, and from cei lain I lackney liiivers w b icli were read and 01 lei ( %  ii to l>f pi inted, I )i. Culmer presented petitions from Governor's Harbour 10 be released fiom Property Tax ; from I in |iiiin Bay foi .1 grant of ( for 1 drain ; from Jregory Town I utliera, for .-. grant .f £30 for Slip lor hauling up boats, which were lead and ordered lo lie printed. Mr. A. K Solomon, presented 1 l>' lilion fiom Man ol W ir Cay, Ah ico, praying l"r a channel ml" ihe harbour, uinch was r< ad and orden d to be pi inted. ( in motion nl Mr. Sands ihe CIi • \ ide .1 1 eiiMon l 1 I leni y Benjamin Lennox Jn>neoD. Regul iting tli • Pep H l nent of the Treasurer and providing for certain changes therein, To provide for the establishment of a Customs Depart mem foi ll i Colony. Mr. Sxuds moved the second rending of, A Dill lo amen 1 %  • JIIIV \ci 190Q, which was reh t.i a Committee ol tin 1 l\ h %  Deppty Speajtei ill 'IK' Chun, ai.d after seeei ore, I.. W, Young, Evans, Williams, Cole, Dr. Culmer, \Y. C. B. [ohnson. Sundry Notices of motions were given. On motion the House adjourned until I hursdaj evening, Followii g is a list ol passenger: bi ought by steamer "Havana" >>'s terday : Misses Florence Brown, Mareery Brown, A. L. Broadhead, !•". E. Broadh ad, Marg irei Coulter, Dorothy Doubleday, M. L. Fish, M, I lane 1 k, Pauline I loffm in,, Dorothy Hun v. .1 'Ha iker, M, L. K'hi, 1) \! La Montagu %  Martha Nicholson, Berth 1 1 >gderT, .1. Ri-.; .—v. Mice iparm, M, Seymour, an I \. Valentine; Mesd 1 nes Mary Bixby, Mary Byrnes, M.M. Collins, Jai e Fonnan, C. B. Flyrm, A, M. Fish, W. \. I Jardner, U indolph Hurry, W, M. Hooker, Mrs E. La \l mtaiiue, R. W, McReady, 1 ii-ii,. 'li Carter, ml Julius licm It ; Mi niM.Mis Edgar ( i Ban in, Mi and Mis Mex Clerihew \li and Mis N. K. D mble las. Mi .ml Mrs I A. G iffin, Mr and Mrs 1! o. \. 11 1 olin, M and .Nlrs C. I-. II isbroui k, Mi and Mrs J. I leniy Harper, Mr and Mis K. M. ;in-' rid Mrs C. F. I.vman, Ml an I MiS I M. Mont. II, Ml and Mis I I 1 Igden, Mi and Mis R. Csieih u n, Mr and Mis 1". W. Rnebling li ; Mi and Mis II. F. Suydom ; !' %  and Mrs W. H.Sti ele, |ir and MrsJ.A.McCollum, l>r and Mrs C. W Higgi 1-; Messrs W. A. Anderson, M. '. Stuart Graftoo, II S I. i-ii ihier, s. \| \'i h ilson, HIT J


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Nullius addictus |urare in verba mai'istri.
ficintt bound lo swear to ihe Dogmas >f no Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wednesday. Fcburary .IS. 1914
No. 57
i EON E. H. Dl Pl'( II
E Dl I' IR AN L I'Kii I'K i f I 08
OKKlii- (8 ,, M \l!Ki:r STHI I I
\.i i N &a iam*
v I (
.', BLISHED DMl-1
M uday, A e Ineida) a ml Fi i lay-
. H- I ;
l.,\ I .: -. i ni Satnrdaj
li ..| % i'l
-V, >|(h ... -li'1
Moothh ' t'1
3 I ,,'C||V ......
Hall Yenrli
Vaatij >'
PAYAHLH IN I HVANI I
The Mail Sleamei "Seguranca"
arris ed in New York . o'clock Tuesday evenin .
The Polic Band Concert will
: (jiven l" morrow I bu'sd ij
rvening at 8.15.
*-
CIRCUS WILL I'! LOCA I'KD
ON EAST BAY ^1 REET.
Yesierd iv .'i deal was comple < 'I
whereby Ihe J. 11 I sen n m ircus
will use ihe grounds on Easi I *\
Riied '.v h< ie ihe "I K in I lorsi s"
i i -! ned for i ne I ime, and
here ihe X1 I- (>rlon I ircus i \-
Minted lule |>Iaj ing in N issau
i ii i \i ., 's :,:'
Interinnlar Mails fur Inagua
mill mil i medi ite ports Will l>e
i rsed at 11 u it to- in< n iow,
j
I Ion, I Inuse nl Wembly,
Moiidav, 16 li Feb 1914.
I lie I loue Mil according 1 <>
ndjoui iiineni,
I 'resent I Ion, II. (i. Mm Icolm,
K.C., peakei ; \V, C. It Johnson,
I' m] I lepuiy v|"- '''i ; II- >r,s, I.
P, Sands, (",. 11. 1 ianiblm, pi.
Johnson; Messrs VVi*ech, l>. Cul-
mer, Cole, Williams, Evans, An-
derson, IV iwen, Adderley, I R, C.
Young, Sweeting Arobrister, E.
V. Solomon, Moselev,I *.Young,
Albury, Sawyer, Pn Brice,
I urrv, A. K. Solomon, 1. "ultnei,
Tin tie,
\ Ratei Six 1 1 line
fin first insertion thtee :......e pei lii e
(,,, I insertio I one \ enns, pei
imp foi subsequent insertions.
Advertisei.....ti undei ei [lit lines 4s.
\lr. Sands pres mte 1 Mess ige No.
17 and documents from IIis Excel-
lency the Governor which was
read and 1 irdered d 1 be pi inted.
Mr, A i lei ley presented petitions
from J imes Alex mder W illace
and Richard Farrington, Police
Constables, asking foi increase of
: ions, which n id and or-
I in he printe I.
Mi. L. W. kVung prese ited pe-
titions from S. Matthews Church
fin upkeep of click ; from ceilain
inhabitants "I Eastern 1'isti icl f"r
,1 boat landing at fool of Eowler
si ri et, and from cei lain I lackney
liiivers wbicli were read and 01 lei
(ii to l>f pi inted,
I )i. Culmer presented petitions
from Governor's Harbour 10 be re-
leased fiom Property Tax ; from
I in |iiiin Bay foi .1 grant of (
for 1 drain ; from Jregory Town
I utliera, for .-. grant .f 30 for
Slip lor hauling up boats, which
were lead and ordered lo lie print-
ed.
Mr. A. K Solomon, presented 1
l>' lilion fiom Man ol W ir Cay,
Ah ico, praying l"r a channel ml"
ihe harbour, uinch was r< ad and
orden d to be pi inted.
( in motion nl Mr. Sands ihe CI vi rnnr's Mesag 1 No. 16 was re-
I -11 nl in a : elect commit lee : Mes-
srs. San I*, Mow en, Williams,
I <-, o l ,i 1 , with notice Mr.
S inds moved 1 he second reading
nl the f .1!" a in Hills, all ol which
' n mot ion "I Mr, Bi ice, sei 1 mde I
1 \ \]i I V. So'o iion, wi !< ie-
il in ihe ('I!o mil; Sell 111 oib-
mittei Mi rs. Bi i E. V. Solo.
nun. W. C. B, I ns in, I ti. |ohn
san, Cole, .1. U. C, Young and
Mi tore,
In provide a pension for the
Honourable Walter Robert llui t.
In |>i \ ide .1 1 eiiMon l 1 I leni y
Benjamin Lennox Jn>neoD.
Regul iting tli Pep h l nent of
the Treasurer and providing for
certain changes therein,
To provide for the establishment
of a Customs Depart mem foi ll i
Colony.
Mr. Sxuds moved the second
rending of, A Dill lo amen 1
Jiiiv \ci 190Q, which was reh
t.i a Committee ol tin1 l\ h
Deppty Speajtei ill 'Ik' Chun, ai.d
after seeei t
w.is passes),
Mr. VY. C. B. Johnson in accor-
dance with notice moved tho .se-
cond reading of A Bill forprospec.
lively reducing the salary of Chief
Justice.
Mr. Cole seconded ihe motion.
Whereupon it was moved as an
amendment by Mr. A. K. Solomon
seconded by Mr. E. V. Solomon
that the Bill be rend this day six
months. Alter considerable de-
bate on the amendment being put
it was carried and the original
motion was lost.
Yeas: Messrs, \. K. Solomon,
Pinder, M iseley, E, V, So'om in,
Armbrister, Sw eting, J. R. l
Young, Adderley, Bowen, Ander-
s..... I urtle, Weech, Dr. J ihnson,
(i imblin and Sands.
Nays:Curry, Hi ire, Culmer,
S i'a yer, Albury, M >ore, I.. W,
Young, Evans, Williams, Cole,
Dr. Culmer, \Y. C. B. [ohnson.
Sundry Notices of motions were
given.
On motion the House adjourned
until I hursdaj evening,
Followii g is a list ol passenger:
bi ought by steamer "Havana" >>'s
terday :
Misses Florence Brown, Mar-
eery Brown, A. L. Broadhead, !".
E. Broadh ad, Marg irei Coulter,
Dorothy Doubleday, M. L. Fish,
M, I lane 1 k, Pauline I loffm in,,
Dorothy Hun v. .1 'Ha iker, M, L.
K- 'hi, 1) \! La Montagu , Mar-
tha Nicholson, Berth 1 1 >gderT, .1.
Ri-.; .v. Mice iparm, M, Seymour,
an I \. Valentine; Mesd 1 nes Mary
Bixby, Mary Byrnes, M.M. Collins,
Jai e Fonnan, C. B. Flyrm, A, M.
Fish, W. \. I Jardner, U indolph
Hurry, W, M. Hooker, Mrs E. La
\l mtaiiue, R. W, McReady,
1 ii- -ii- ,. 'li Carter, ml Julius
licm It ; Mi niM.Mis Edgar (i.
Ban in, Mi and Mis Mex Cleri-
hew \li and Mis N. K. D mble las.
Mi .ml Mrs I A. G iffin, Mr and
Mrs 1! o. \. 11 1 olin, M and .Nlrs
C. I-. II isbroui k, Mi and Mrs J.
I leniy Harper, Mr and Mis K. M.
;in-' rid Mrs C. F. I.vman,
Ml an I MiS I M. Mont. II, Ml and
Mis I I 1 Igden, Mi and Mis R.
Csieih u n, Mr and Mis 1". W.
Rnebling li ; Mi and Mis II. F.
Suydom ; !' and Mrs W. H.Sti ele,
|ir and MrsJ.A.McCollum, l>r and
Mrs C. W Higgi 1-; Messrs W. A.
Anderson, M. '. Stuart Graftoo,
II S I. i-ii ihier, s. \| \'i h ilson,
HIT
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I]
Paul Nicholson, D. G. Spann, R.
l'>. Smith, \, W. Schumacher, A.
Swansen.and R. N I'ifft,Col.J. I.
Ctrafton ; Rev Fr incis Kelly ;
Master llenrv Osterhoudt,
Miss IJ. ! iroe ; Mrs B. Pearce
and infant.
Mr K. S. Salmon. (84J and ro8
in transit for Hav ma,
CABLEGRAMS.
I.oniloii 15.Sir Frnest Shack-
let on lias decide I thai he c innol
ju^t now in ik- '. s intended visit
to \ uiei 11 1. I le has had many in-
vii .lions fr<>tii m>( ieties and insti-
tut ions to N|><\ik ,1!' 11! his ex|
Bon,
London, 15, The admiralty
has apparently come tntheconclu-
s'on that I 1 idno ights ire not the
most efficient type <>l battleship.
'I wo big vessels, the Royal Sover-
eign and the Royal Oak, were re
cently laid down at Portsmouth
and Devon port respectively, but,
though great vessels, they are to
be considerably smaller and I
speedy than their immedi ite
(leressors.
London, 15. I'he friei
between Gre it Hril I Ai
ca is the gre itesl I ilcau
the world", says the Observer, in
an editorial, commenting on the
appeal of the D 1 Teck I
$250,000 subscription to enable
the British Comm ttee tncarry out
its programme in connection with
the Anglo-American pea e centen-
Brv,
London, 15 -The extent to
which ' ition has captured
<'\ is illust rated 'r\ 1I111
a young peei has 1 ed Ins
11 immission in the W tyal I lor Guards 1 > study the art of f'\ ing.
"The danger of flying has '
jei 1 led, I he stal is.
tics i'w 1I1 it 'hei 'has 1......1 1 1 j
one fatal accident tn even 95. '
miles flown, and the cost soon
I romises to be no greater than the
expense of motoring.
Hollow. During the night the life,
savers brought eight men ashore
host bitten and almost unconscious
from exposure The bodies of four
men were left lashed t> th" rig-
ging and covered with
Providence, R, I. 17. Tlio
Fabre liner Roma with more than
five hundred passengers arrived
here this afternoon, Shewas driven
ishore on No-mans-land during
the Storm last night and spent live
hours theie before freeing herself.
She had a It to port when shear-
rive I here,
!' it au Prince, 17.A pani : |
w as causi 1 here t iday w 1 t n sol
dins and polic harp j
fight ing. lb tried to
stop the trou ile '* ! isuc- [
rjl and th Hug still goes
on.
Chicago, 17. I he body o| Pra-
cy 11'illander, t w< nty yeai old j
dau hter of I . mis I ! illander one 1
of the best known men in \urora .
vas I in I lerj
town with 1 erusln d in
I he 1 ilding a uitor,
suspi motive,
Ni V'ork, 1 I tv f mud
itself today still !>om
isof th reci it sno
Little improvement hasbeen m ide
in tra li'ii>ns, rbe Iineis St.
Louis Adr iatic and 1 npaina
w< 1 among 1 he steamsliips hi
ing today. I he offi :ers ..( the three
i .-. hich were from 2 \ lo 54
hours I ite li id tal s to t. II of b it-
tles with one of the worst storms
they '. re unteri d, >evcral of
the linei > it ere t vi 1 hums coming
up lr mi quarani ine own I
in the hail) mi wInch m-
I ! traffic.
Afternoons 2 p.m.
Evening's 8 pfn.
CIRCUS
MASS A l'
4 Grand GALA Days A
February 4th to 28th.
J H. ESCHMAN CIRCUS
(.' insist ing of
. Contortionists, Equilibi i I 'I rapt zi Artists,
BY R \DI(>
Brussels, 17,Whil* riding in
Sorgres Fon si ld ly K ig Mberl
of Belgium was thro i n hei e th
I.is ho'se and sustained n broken
ai m The accident was 1 iu 1 by
the horse stumblin |
Garden City, Ve v V'ork, 17.
Edward Micho 1 I iwn nd, editor
ii)ii.
Was' ingto ,17. I'he thin ei
of Secretai y Mi \ 1 n's p< ai e 1 e
tn 1 1 with Sim Do was
1 10 la'..
NewYoik, 17.-Miss Elizabeth
Francis and the Duke Don Arturo
de Maj 1 I lurai //. a des 1 n lent
if one of 1!.....Mcst fain lies ol
Italy..... ; 1 I lien today.
The Annual Bazaar
And Sale For tlie Benefil of
the Cal holic Free Si h
will be lield on the ground 1 >i
SACRKII HEART SCHOOL
Easl Shirle\ Stn t on \\ ed-
ti sday an I Thursd ij. Feb-
A Ian
nssi irttnenl of Plain
nalive
oftheN.ss,,, C aint> \i publican, ruary"l8th and IQth.
w is fi iund d- id lift m 1 in a
Snow Infl 11 lie wa>
eg years "I.I.
iu;ik''.
Orle ins, M iss, 17 1 mil lilors | ,.a ;un\
from the Italian bark Gmtagna ll||, a|)(| siil;(|
I,,si their lives w lien Ine vessel .
WAS driven ashore on the miter uaies Pen
bai of ( ape Cod new Cah n* p.m. each day.
and Fancv Articl
Refreshments,
from 4 to B
At!
Revolving Ladders, Flying -'
Featuring Little Nemo
most talked <>f
the woi Id ni" 1 nded and
rained Elephant.
T< igether with
Trained Dogs, P mies and other Equine wondt
! ( (CATION :
] LYING HORSE GROUNDS
I Rf 1 ( lutsidi Vttrai tions Daily.
2 and 1 p.m.
"NEW NATIONAL" fa
"IDEAL"
HANI) MACHINES
SF;W IIOMF.'M RUBY"
FOOT MACHINES
I OR SALE BY
CHAS. E. ALBURY
w
would 1 iform all who appreciate 1 G01 I ink* that we now
haveon und an estensive Stock ol HAVANA CIGARS. We
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
VVrapi 1 rs, and Havana Fillers thr.Higbout.
These Cigars are manufactured on oui premises by skilled workmen
and great paini ire take* to produce an artii le ol super 01 quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expect
the pationase of connoiteurs.
|. L. SAUNDERS A Co.
Ma\ Street.
JTL


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