What U Ktltl of Main's Show. Main's show arrived in this place yesterday yesterday and gave Iwo exhibitions to very large crowds. The show is firstclass in every respect. It is composed of many features, namely: Haze), the little beauty, the smallest miniature horse in the world, whose feats upon the tight-rope tight-rope tight-rope make him Klondin's only rival ; also, Mons. Bigelow, the strongest man living, who pulls against the most powerful horses that can be produced, produced, making him the wonder of the nineteen:)! century; the gymnasts, the )e:ipcrs and tumblers, the trapeze artists ; the riding dogs, goats and mukeys; the trick horses, and, in fact, there was not one bad feature with the show. The free exhibition on the show-grounds, show-grounds, show-grounds, at 1 and at 7 v. m., was witnessed by !!000 people, and was worth miles of travel to see. Buffalo (S. Y.) Vtmrier. At Canonsburg on Saturday, May 28.