Ohio Centennial Exposition 1888

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Ohio Centennial Exposition 1888 - i 1 8 THE irSTQUIREB. CESaTATI. MOXBAT. OCTOBEB...
i 1 8 THE irSTQUIREB. CESaTATI. MOXBAT. OCTOBEB 22. 1GG3. THE CZWIXJOOAL EXPOSITION. In u- l j 1 1 1 '.. n-n-n 0 L-Aji 7 V. nn IT TT J I m p.k u : li k iii 11x1 hi 11 him ji oievrrzEaCiE- V;! iifliU TlTTm fil Til nTSHiTm TI13 f.losf f.lapitai Collectioo of arid Attractions Ever Collected In Modern Ties! is arm passing : into r TEN HOURS' RAWBIiE mTnTTD'ATTrr: NDERL AND MEt 50 CENTS ! From LAST OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY THE GREATEST WORKS OF THE GREAT MASTERS IN THE re . V I - - I iXXl i If I w-i 1 - U1 f t rra n If :(nlw:r 1 m-9mmm ' awwai I 1 I I B 1 I I I till fti II V k f State department; Smittsomaa Instil Pp-bMce; Life-Saving, OTEXCELLED! Of the beautiful FLORAL HALL into' the MIKADO PALACE GARDENS and FEAST OF LANTERNS. Continuation of ELECTRICAL ILLUMINATIONS and effects. The entire Gardens a beautiful living mass of CHRYSANTHEMUMS. The finest and largest collection of this beautiful 'Autumn Flower ever exhibited in the West. v' r ; ji iUtS 5) a rvn 1 mm ? nrvn r m w IS! WITH B The Doge's Royal Barge and Dancing Girls. Genuine Gondola Fleet upon the Canal. The MARRIAGE OJUiiiDMUlN 01 tne yueen or tnef Adriatic, uastmg tne King, ana Fete upon tne urana uanai viviaiy porwayea; fleauuuui uu jjc- ligntfully Bncha-ng Speotaole for the Closing JMights. ; WHEELMEN take their turn; Six Hundred BicycUsts in line. iBUTGHERS and MARKET MEN also join to make the day a success. rfn 111 Iin Aftnrnfinn Dnn VMKA Mt ill 1 1 11 11 1 Is ; ' i BuutjIJiiLsii IU Hll 11 IMiUO IU IIU Is ULL Uii UV EJU I U UUU I Ulliui : : ' Venetian Fete and Carnival of Venice. Cincinnati Orchestra and Weber's Band.' Newsboys Parade in the Evening. Master Clifford Grapes, tlie WonderfUl j Six-Year-Old Prodigy, in FuU Uniform and Prize Drill, has kindly volunteered for this day only. ; ' ;! I nn! A iii f nr iUti Onr LUU11 UUI IUI HID f 111 QUo 111 lllu HI I D Grand Reception and Entertainment in Mnsic Ilall, Day and EYening. eautifol FloMrspBoif if ul Girls 1 I Anil LflUGly women Bule tne Jay! j . Tea Parties and Receptions. Great Programme by CINCINNATI ORCHESTRA. .Grand Organ in-iuais. iiimmeni v ocausts. 'rne iaaies or umcinnati, uovington; r4 ewport and suburbs cordially invite the Ladies of Sister and Adjacent Cities to join with them in making LADIES DAY a great success. o n nn c - J J 7 V v ami The pubhc-spirited citizens of Cincinnati who by their generous - liberality made this imposing an- magnificent Exposition possible by subscribing tne munincenL sum 01 une muuoa ana r uiy iuw" Dollars to fittingly and appropriately celebrate the Centennial Year, THIS DAY is respectfully dedicatee by the Board of Commissioners. Fittmgand appropriate exercises in Music Mall Alternoon ana juvenu CnoniJS, under the direction of Mr. Louis Ehrgott, have kindly volunteered their services throuJ their President, Mr. W. N. Hobart. 1VIRS. CORINNE MOORE LAWSON, LHSS EMMA CRANCH, MR WM. il LEMLION and MR. A. F. MAISH wfil positively appear on this occasion only. Every citizen oi winciniiauaiiQ viciniLy cuuoiu oujuiuwmugo tuu uiupiixiimib uy lucir, picocuuo wu. uiu wwolw"v v THE ODD-PELLOWS will turn out en masse, and the DELTA KAPPA EPoiijU.' Reception, with college songs, will add eclat to the occasion. , . ', .. ' ' . rp nr , Great procession of Democratic Clubs of tne Ohio Valley and Central States. ' Presentation of banners in Music Hall by the ; ; . t ; Speaker of the .House of Representatives, in the presence of The Democratic Governors of surrounding State3 end lzzZziz c Til: ; - rt:. ' GP.ZATZT DAY cn r.ZC 37! i I i i 1 0) n i 1 ! Li ti Li k-J n ! ' i ' And closing exercises of the Great Centennial. The UNITED ERASS BANDS of City and State, Fetes, Processions, Hi jh Carnival and Farewell. . - ; . - ; V special additional attractions are offered in connection with tho Exposition proper, which has been j verbally conceded to ba in Interest, Magnificence and Display tho finest ever presented on thi3 contines- j LrPLrACn vnzzzr.vn this for pj

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 22 Oct 1888, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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