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? prore or more of men, most of them
with boys of thPlr own, are about to
realize an ambition which nQ doubt fired
their hearts -when they themselves had
much the soroe aspirations ns they find
manifested In the youthful minds of tho
lads who form a part, of their house?
hold. In other words, tho tables are to
be turned, and the fathers Will dress In
the garb of the clown nnd caper In the
sawdUSl ring, while their sons, with envy
In their heart?, sit on the benches and
witness the antics of tho respected bead
3f the family.
1! was Mark Twain who said, speaking
r>f the boys who lived In the quiet little
[own of St. Petersburg! "When a circus
rame nnd went. It left us all hum Ing to
recomo clowns." Them is no man living
In-day probably who knows the boy, tho
world over, ns does tho author of thoso
Juvenile classics, Tom Sawyer nnd
Huckleberry Finn. The hoys' love for the
circus is almost second nature with
him. With some It lingers until the grny
hairs begin to tell that, except In their
hearts, they are boys no longer. Even
1hon the old love Is not altogether dead,
nnd tho brass band of tho circus will
cause bis pulse ,to quicken nnd be will
catch a little of tho fever that onco
throbbed In bis veins, ns the white tents
with their fray banners Hying In tha
breeze appear In the dlstnnce.
At the amateur circus to he given in
the Horse Show building on the after?
noon and evening of .Tulv -tth. the cloi
Is to be given nn opportunity to regain
some of Ills lost glory. Tho features
of tho old-time one-ring circus nnd" those
of the modern three-ring show will bo
pleasingly combined in the two exhibi?
tions to be given on tho national holiday.
When the big three-ring circus, with Its
elevated stngo and hippodrome races,
superseded the show which contented
Itself with a single arena, nnd tho In?
troduction of one act at a time, the clown
ceased to he tho personnge who com?
manded tbo most respect of his fellow
performers, by reason of tho big salary
attached to his position and tho promi?
nence which waa given him In tho exhibi?
tion. ? It was a lament of tho closing
days of the late Tin ? Hice I hat the pro?
fession of clowning "wasn't what It used
to be." A lot of heardless youths, he
snld. whose hands and feet wore moro
iilmblo than their tongues, hnd usurped
tho .place once occupied by the clown
who could talk, and upon whose words
tho whole nudienco hung.
Tho acrobatic clown and tha talking
clown will each have an opportunity In
tho amateur circus. There aro a score of
the former and several of the latter;
The entertainment promises to bo is
cleyer ns It will bo unique, nnd as re
'pWte with nets that aro really creditable
exhibitions as It will bo with those which
The Glffon Company is dead.
Tbe organization went out of existence
nfter th\ performance last night, and
?" there will be no more Qiffen companies
In Richmond henceforth forever.
Mnnager Giffen pursued some very high
Ideals, and In the space of four seasons
he lost in the neghborhood of $25,000.
The energetic and enterprising young
mannger has left, hut play-goers of this
city will remember his achievements, and
the Giffen standard In theatrical affairs
will not soon be forgotten.
Whatever ho undertook to do was ,well
done. He would havo nothing hut' the
best. His companions were always made up
of capable actors., and lnhls productions ho
went miles ahead of anything thnt bad
been attempted before, He outrivaled and
outshone his competitors at, every turn,
but ho poured money ont like Water, and
tho income ivas ns nothing compared with
the outgo. What Mr. Giffen needed was
n larger field. The piny-going public of
this city is too contracted an clement, or
too Indifferent an element, 1o warrant
nny such expense as ho undertook.
It was a charming bit of sentiment that
Induced Mr. Giffen to come to Rhgimond.
He has been the pioneer in the stock com?
pany revival, and had won his spurs In
Denver, while demonstrating its feasi?
bility nnd Its worth, an example! that
other managers were not slow to follow.
It Is a fact that may or may not ho
generally known; that Richmond, In the.
good old ?lays that the old actors tell
us about, roasted,???? of the best stock
companies In'' America. Mr. Giffen enmo
here to rovi ve tho stock company Fpirlt
nnd to revive It on ? scalo of magnifi?
cence that our forefathers nevei riro.imed
And ho hns failed. Tho fault was not
with Mr. f?lffen. Ho did his best' and
gave us tho host thnt was possible
There was no detail of nny production
'nnt ho made, however insignificant it
might havo seemed, that did not ocouny
his most careful nttentlon. People who
do not understand the theatrical buslnoss
will ho very ready with suggestions that
might have made Mr. Giffen's fortune
but the young manager's Ideas, if they
were idealistic, wero always nrtlstlc and
"Tbo king I* dead: long live the king"
N,(l nnd for a Giffen flr,-.?H-|od we have a
miton on the spot. The Dalton Stock
r.nmnany will fill out the punimor nt tho
A?ademv, opening next Thursdnv night
with ' Knut ?-?-tino" nnd following this
up the Monday afterwards with ? re?
vival of "Canto."
The Dnlton Company is something that
Tho following are tho successful
numbers, week uniting .Inn? 3ig|
THE TONIC ---$1,00 i
G, fi. MILLIB, be.,
619 EAST BROAD STREET.
MISS FLORENCE M'NEIL.
has to.ho reckoned with, but this much
may surely bo said In advance?It is mado
up of actors and actresses who are for
the most part well-known In Richmond.
Somo of them havo beon seen here many
times, and have always left a very favor?
able impression. As for the productions,
It Is promised that they will be mado
on a Very elaborato and beautiful scale,
nnd It is "perhaps worthy of mention that
Air. Dalton. besides his oWn mechanical
force, has tho whole stock of scenery and
properties of ono of tlio largest theatres
In this country to draw upon.
Air. Dalton, who has been here for
several days, has Issued a statement to
tho public in which ho says that ho is
well aware of the stock company tradi?
tions at tho Academy, and that die pro?
poses to maintain the highest standards,
to givo the best plays 'ind the most popu?
lar plays with tho utmost rare? and to
see what each and every- performance
Is worthy of tho confidence of tho Rich?
mond play-going public.
The company Is headed by AIlss Lillian
Vi-'lunnii, as leading woman, and that
celebrated netas J- T. Tpolo, ns leading
man. George Schracder, who is . so well
known hero, is also a member, with the
following Richmond favorites: Howard
Cnhlll, Edward Wright, Alexander Loft
wlch and several others.
The Dalton Company makes, a vory
Aviso move on tho start by reducing prlcos
to the popular level; Tho prices will
rango from" twenty-five to titty cents. It
was tho old Giften standard -when tho
manager first came hero. It wns a lucky
The Bijou Aluslcal Comedy Company
promises to go on forever... like Tenny?
son's brook. What a. wondorful company
this is! For four seasons It.has been a
veritable gold mine, and it lias gone on'
scoring success after success with tho
mont perfect equanimity. It Is doubtful
If over a company has boon seen hero that
has worked so well together, that has In?
fused so much ginger Into Its perform?
ances, and has mado so much out of plays
thnt hnvo not always been the most son
satlonal successes beforo this company
took hold or them.
Nothing will ever stale the Infinite va?
riety of Llttlo Chin, tho "darling of the
gods;" of Otis Harlan, alwavs there with
tlio goods; of dainty Alary Afnrble, sinuous
Fanchlonatti; delightful John Dunno,
whimsical Tony Hart and nil? tho rest?
what a.wonderful coterie It Is, and how
their efforts aro always appreciated, not
onlv here, but In every city they visit!
Tho company Will stnv hero Just ono
week longer. After next Saturday they
will go to Pleasure pay. Long Branch, for
tho summer In the new theatre tr> bo open?
ed thorn by AT?'. Wells to-morrow week.
l'Or the closing bill tho cnmpanv will
present George H. Brnndhurst's delicious
farce, "Tho House That Jack Built,
with all ports of Internolatlons, 'Die play
made a great hit In New York threo sea?
sons ago, ai'rt was seen on the road under
tho same enthusiastic conditions.
It comes in very aptly nt tho present
time, for It tolls us in whimsical fashion
of the perplexities that beset a man who
undertook to build a home for himself,
and all the labor complications nnd strikes
that he passed through. Thero Is one
feature of the piny that It has In common
with many farces; that Is. a rnno of mixed
Identity. Tho WRV tho characters get mis
taken Tor other peonie Is ? leading feat?
ure of Its Intridpro, n\ It lends to all sorts
of screamingly funny situations,
Beautiful Home Wedding Solemnized
Tho rnarriage ?f Mise Bonnlbei Brown
to Sir. Barry S. Jennings, Jr., occurred
on Thursday evening last at 0 o'clock,
el the residence of tho bride's parents,
No. Mi South Laurel Street.
The wedding was a beautiful home nf
fulr, conducted In the presence of a largo
j number of the friends of the contracting
parlies. The house was decorated lu
green and whito and presentici a nn
attractive appearance, to which a lai
and handsome display of present? added
much. The ceremony was performed by
the Bev Joshua. B. Hntson, !'). I)., /?stor
of the Pine-Street Baptist Church.
Tlio brido looked beautiful In tri ho
prepe de chine over taffeta, lior maid
j of honor was Miss Maille Jtniiii??-. si??
; ter "f tau groom, whg wore wir?,,, bilk
? mull, Tho groomsman was Mr, ,.\. <;.
I Brown, brother of the bruiti, j.?tet tho
ceremony a delightful reception- wai teil?
Mrs. Jennings Is the charming daugh?
ter of Mrs, 13. V. Brown and Was through*
out t-heciiy a wide circle of /friend.) and
admirers, who will wish he/ every ; ??
? ???.?..'. und happlnoes. The grown is a ;,.?
of Mr. H. H. Ji-nnings, th,; ?ell-known
merchant, und is very ifipuUr lu the
OF VIRGINIA CLUB
The Local team is .Getting in
Shape for the Struggle.
The annual regatta of the ' Virginia
Boat Club, to bo held next Saturday af?
ternoon. June 27th, at D o'clock, is tho
crowning event of a long season of hard
labor and arduous training.?
Five days moro of tho same dally grind,
then the tug of war, and, win or lose, tha
crew will breathe a sigh of relief at tho
prospect of a- llttlo rest.
Tho Washington and Loo crew will
reach Richmond next Thursday after?
noon, and will ho (juartored ut the Lex?
ington H o toi. They will row tho samo
four men who pulled last year and aro
known as tho "Albert Sidney" crew.
Lait weck, at Lexington, they defeated
the "Harry Leo" crew of AVashlngton
and Leo by three lengths, and, fresh
from that victory, thoy will probably
put up a, good race here. The visiting
crew Is made up of: Stroke, T. G. Stone;
No. 3, AV. G. Pendleton; No. 2. J. P.
Walker; Bow, R. ?. Doglas; Coxswain,
Arrivine on Thursday, thoy will have
tho advantage of a day's practice on tlio
river hero, thus becoming familiar with
tho course. Reports from Lexington In?
dicate that they are In splendid condi?
tion nnd nre rowing in fino form.
The Virginia Boat Club crew will con?
sist of: Stroke, Julien IT. Hill; No. 3,
William ?? Gordon; No. 2..H, W. Shel
ton, Jr. ; Bow, J. Popo Nash; Coxswain,
??\ ?. Clalborne. The average weight of
thi) "Vlrginlu" crew Is rather light, but
they oro all good men, and though they
have not been In training for as long
a period -is Un? college buys, tho local
clubmen nro confident that their crow
will l?; th? winners.
1're.cedhig ihe ruce with the 'Varsity
crow, there will be u number of events,
In which the membors of iho local club
will tuke nart. The rano between the
Junior crews will be hotly contested.
In order to avoid the excessive heat,
tho races will not begin until 5 o'clock,
nnd the programmo will be carried
through without delay. No admission fen
will be charged on Mayo's Island, except
Ilia customary brldgo toll, and the south?
ern shore of the Island will be cleared of
shrubbery In order Hint the spectators
may havo an unobstructed, view.
After the races a reception will he
held at the boat house, nnd refreshments
served to the Invited guests. Admission
to tho houso will bo by tieftet only.
After the reception the winning crew
will bo presonted with a handsome silk
banner, tho gift of Messrs. O. II. Berry
The prizes In tho singles will nlso be
Negotiations am now pending between
tho Blchmond club and tho "Ariels," of
Baltimore, for a race between these two
clubs the latter part of July. If the
proposed Southern Bowing Association Is
formed It will do much to revivo Interest
In boating In the Stato. ?? tho old dnys
of (he Virginia Association largo regat?
tas wero hold yearly, with crows entered
from all parts of this State and Mary?
REALTY WAS DULL
Strike and Weather Against It?Brown
and Company's Salce.
Local conditions were very much,
against reni estate sales during tho past
week, brought nbout by the strike and
much unfnvornblo weather.
Messrs. J. Thompson Brown &; Co. had
tho good fortuno to sell all they adver?
tised for sale during tho week. Tho two
story brick building No. 1519 West Cary
Street to R. E. Firth, for $2,000; a lot
at tho corner of Cary and Boblnson
Street to ,T. W. Daniels for $1,476: tho
two-story brick dwelling No. 216 South
Cherry Street to Mr. II. Scldon Taylor
for $1,500; small suburban farm about six
miles northwest of tho city to J. Hull
Mooro, Jr., at $21.60 an acre.
Tho samo firm will sell at auction Tues?
day, June 23d, .at ? P. M., two-story
dwelling No. 4M South Laurel Street,
belonging to a non-resident, who says
ho must sell regardless of tho price,
N. AND W. SOUTH
A Happy Reciprocal Arrangement With
(Special to Tim Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
MAloOAN, N. C, June 20.?This di?
vision of tho Norfolk and Western must
be on a paying basis now, for tlio traf?
fic over It Is Immenso. Truo, tho pas?
senger business Is not great, but tho
freight traffic, especially In cool, Is
enormous, double-headers, hauling from
twenty to fifty loaded gondolas, being
tho rule, and not tho exception. And it
is a rare thing when one Is not pnsBlng.
or Just getting out of sight.
Night and day this goes on, for this
Is tho Norfolk and Western's only route
South, and over It goes every pound they
can possibly send.
Their Intercourse with the Southern
would seem to be quite friendly now, for
they havo an arrangement liy which they
send ono passenger train clear through,
from Roanoke to Charlotte, and tho
Southern sends one from Charlotte
through to Roanoke. This is a satisfac?
tory arrangement to the peoplo along
tho line, for it enables them to go
through from point to point on tlio
Southern and on tho Norfolk and West?
ern without change of cars.
(Special to Tlie Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
LYNCHBURG, VA., June 20.?An in-,
te-restlng marriage took place Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mr. Joe Shol
ton, on White Rock Hill.
The contracting parties wore Miss Daley
Elma Smith, of Campbell county, and
Mr. William Aufderheide, assistant man?
ager of the Hughes Buggy Works, of
Lyiichburg.' Tho marriage ceremony was
performed by the Key, A, N. Perrymnn,
pastor of Bethcsda Presbyterian Churoh,
of Lynchburg. The couple left lmm-2
d/lately over the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railway for Cincinnati, where they will
visit tho father of the groom, who Is a
retired buggy man of that city.
Complain of Rates.
(Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.)
MANTEO, VA., June 20.?There Is a
long continued cry on this railway about
tho rates on articles sent by freight. It
is only.in tho lust few months that many
of tho rates on various classes was in?
creased materially. Tho probable reason
for this is the same one that wns given
BUI Nye by the lunchman when ho
charged Nye 51 for a sandwich. "They
need the money."
As nn example of tho Increase In
charges It need only be stated that up to
a short timo ago a -barrel of oil was
brought from Richmond for 7Sc. The
charge now Is $1.08. Sugar from Chicago,
over tho C. & O. Railroad Is 23c. per
hundred pounds. From Blchmond It is
only ono cent less. Tho same road brings
Tho freight on railway ties from this
station to Richmond Is ISc. each. That
will amount to from $54 to $85 por car.
It Is inferred that this charge Is mado
to hold these ties In this locality for lo?
When the old canal company sold out
they disposed of all "rights and respon
slbllltleu." The railway company doubt
lesH Ik vvell within tho law, but It Is play?
ing tad havoc with the profits of Its cus?
tomers along this river,
William and Mary.
(Special to Tho TImcs-Dispiiteh.)
Wli.l,i.\jin?iiKG, VA., June ?? Tho
linn! exercise? a( William and Mary Col
lego will begin to-morrow ut 11 o'clock
A. M., when Dr. Smart, of Norfolk, will
preach tho baccalaureate -sermon la tho
Mr. H? C. Brauer Brings a
Splendid Lot of Cattle
from -White City."
"With tho growth of Richmond from ?
largo country town to an Important man?
ufacturing and financial center having
metropolitan aire, no problem of expan?
sion has been bettor solved than that of
providing meat for the Increasing thou?
sands of consumere.
In arriving at this happy conclunlon
Mr. H. C. Brauer, an enterprising busi?
ness man of tho city, has rendered an
Important part. Just at this timo Mr.
Brauer la somewhat in the public eye
both hero nnd In Chicago, because of an
exceptionally fino lot of beef cattlo he
recently purchased In tho Windy City and
hns now brought hero to tickle tho palate
of Richmond's elite,
Many thousands ot cattle aro sold every
any In Chicago nnd In consequence the
papers sny nothing of them unless the
sale Is particularly notable. Mr. Brnuer
wan not surprised, hut gratified, never?
theless, to find this Item in one of tho
great dallies of Chicago:
"Tho bunch of primo cattlo that were
bought by Moog nnd Greenwald on yes?
terday's market woro purchased by I-L
C. Brauer, of Richmond, Vs., for hie
select Southern trnde. Mr. Brauer han?
dles tho choicest goods obtainable."
Every hend of this shipment Is a "blue
rlbbonor" or prize winner, and ne It Is
a reni treat for lovers of stock to see
beautiful cattle, -Mr. Brauer has decided
to nllow his herd to be on exhibition to?
day, to-morrow and Tuesday at tho Un?
ion Stock Yards. Tho publie Is given a
cordial Invitation to go out to tho yards
nnrl see ns line a lot of cattlo as ever
came out of tho great West. On Wed?
nesday thoy will be slaughtered at the
plant of the Virginia Packing Company.
.After preparation for market tho public
may again seo this delectable rood. The
Packing Cinpnny welcomes pcoplo to Visit
Us plant, .which Is nt all times kept In
npple-plo order of splc-and-span neatness.
Tho ofllcers of tho plant and Mr. Brauor
aro particularly desirous for their friends
to see this forthcoming exhibition of fine
meats, the llko of which has nover been
excelled In ? Sothern city.
WONDERFUL CURES OF
(Special Cable to The Tlmes-Dlspatch,
PARIS, Juno 20.?Tyro dootors of Lillo
claim to have discovered a real cure for
cancer by moans of treatment with tho
Roentgen rays. The doctors do not wish
to have their names published as yet,
but they aro said to belong to the medi?
cal college of Lille.
In applying the X-rays they use a very
feeble current, and what are called soft
bulbs. By applying the bulbs to tho af?
fected part of a woman patient pain was
relieved as if by a miracle after three
minutes. By repeating the application,
each time for only three minutes, a scar 'a
Boon formed over, the wound, the.tumor,
diminishes, 'and the crust falls off In a
few days, leaving the wound entirely
In a case whero they treated cancer
of tho Internal organs, the patient bolng
sixty-five years old, vomiting waa stop?
ped on the first application. After seven
applications ot throo minutes each the
woman was perfectly cured. A number
of other patients have beon submitted to
the treatment, and tho doctors are wait
Ins to see If the cure will be permanent
WILL ASK CONGRESS
TO BUILD LEVEES
(By Associated Press.)
NEW ORLEANS, June 20.-ChaIrman
Richardson, of the Board of State En?
gineers; Congressmen Ransdell and Mey?
er, and members of all the levee boards
of the State, will leave hero on Monday
for St. Louis to attend the meeting of
the Mississippi River Commission on Wed?
nesday next They will urge the com?
mission to.solicit the aid of Congress In
Increasing the appropriations for levee
building In Louisiana, basing the appeal
on the exprlonco of the recent flood, when
most of the levees in this State withstood
the highest water ever known.
Remarks About Richmond.
Richmond Is In the throes of a gen?
eral streot car strike. And tho weather
Is warm enough nov/ to show tho sub?
urbanites Just what In meant by hot-foot?
ing it down the pike.
Brederlcksburg Free Lance:
The business people of THIchmond have
returned to village Ufe?they walk to and
from their places of business.
Richmond has her street car strike after
all and now wo shall be able to seo how
the leading cltv of tho State will manage
It. Claiming that she does all things well.
It will bo Interesting to watch and wait
for the solution of this trouble and tho
example will without doubt prove of
valuo to other cities of the State .that
may roach the dignity of having strikes
some of these days.
It la to be regretted that tho Richmond
street car Htrlko la no early marked by
acts of violence. The right to work Is
as sacred ns tho right to quit .work nnd
both sldee to all labor disputes ought to
leiirn the primary lesson that employes
must not bo coerced and employers not
bo hindered In conducting their busi
none by thoso who do not want to work
for them longer.
There Is a street car strike on In Rich?
mond. "Old Virginia nover tires" Is not
true thlH week. In fact this Is mighty
hot weather for a citizen of Richmond
to be forced to walk.
MR. ROBERT SISSON
HAS FINE RECORD
Has Carried Mail for Thirty
four Years and Missed
Only One Train.
(Special to The Tlmes-Plspmcti.)
MANASSA8, VA,, June 20,-Falrfax
county bus a very romarkablo mall-car.
rler In the person of Mr. Robert eisson,
Mr. Sisson carries ih? mail between Fair?
fax Station und Fairfax Courthouse. Ho
has been employed hi this capacity since
18?3, a period of thirty-four years,?ana In
this wholo time bo has missed only ono
trulli und thon ho could not get to tlio
station bocauso tho road was blocked
with snow. /
?Mr. Sisson makes three tripa a-day be?
tween tho station anil courthouse, a d'B
tanco of three, and one-hulf miles and
Billow ho begun to curry tho mail, ho h .a
treveled ovci two hundred and 'llfty-sevon
thousand miles, or a distan?a equal to ten
limes around tho whole earth.
This slaloment scums almost Incredu?
lous, but llfcurea will show It to bo. tiuo,
Mr. Blason is now soventy-flvo year? of
age. lie Is well preserved and In robust
health und oxpoetu, he say?, to carry
tlio mall twentv-flvo yeara longer, uni?: a
Fairfax fioou ? ' gots an electrlo road to
Washington. , '?:,;? . ,
Mr. Sisson offers a challenge to the
world to beat his record and If any one
**.,. ?la &a h? wisbJM thiim to fcuuuk put.
and if you have not one of the " Odorless" make
of Refrigerators you had better go to either of our
stores and get one.
Ask To See The
Nickel Covered Dish
that wo are selling at
Douglas Cold Tea Sets.
Complete with long-handled
33 Per Set.
That is tho name of tho
new summer game.
Ton should have ono to
take to the coiintry with
Only 50 Gents.
Tlio most complote lino of
in the South.
THE E, B. TAYLOR
??? I EAST MAIN ST.
3 E?ST BROAD ST.
ALL THIS WEEK
Best Effort of the Bijou Musical Comedy Co.
Night, 1st floor, 60c; balcony, 25?,
Matinee, 25? In any pari of Uta house.
Federal Officers Here To-Mor
row for that Purpose.
Means $25,000 for State.
The Important Inspection of tho Vir?
ginia infilila by United Btatoa officers
will begin to-morrow morning. Fouir
officers of the regular urmy will como
here to-morrow and durine the day will
be engagea in Inspecting the armories
and books ot Uie Richmond compinles
ot the Seventieth regiment, the Blues'
battalion and the Richmond Howitzers.
To-morrow evening at 7:!10 o'olock the
Howitzers will bo Inspected, nnd at 8
o'clock tho Inspection of the five com?
panies of the Seventieth regiment hav?
ing their headquarters here will be In?
spected. On Tuesday evening the Blues
?will oome In for official attention.
The Federal officers who come here'will
go to all headquarters of companies in
the SUte. Tha dates of their visit are
Company D, Charlottesvllle, Saturday,
Company B, Lynchburg, Thursday,
Company G. Alexandria, Tuesday, June
Company I, Farm ville, Friday, Juno
Company K, Stauntorf, Thursday, June
Company D, Frederlcksburg, Tuesday,
Company M, Danville, "Wednesday, June
All companies uro ordered to assemble
In heavy marching order.
The allotment of the appropriation? un?
der the enactment of the Dick bill la?
something over $25.000 for Virginia.
DO IT NOW.
Now ,1s the time to get ?id of that
ccugh, for if you let It hang on no one
can tell what tho result may be, Others
have been cured o? their coughs very
quickly by using Chamberlain's i^ough
Remedy. Mr, A. J. Da Costa, of Galnos
vilie, Fla., say?; "A friend of mine,
painter of tills town, who was nearly
dead with a oough, was cured by one
bottle of ' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
He also recommended It to a lady hero',
???? was suffering from grippe and a
si-vero cough. She gratified him by try?
ing it, and was cured by one small bot?
tle," The remedy ie for sale by all drug?
Mow for the Big Show.
eri?? Cole Younger
mi Frank James,
The World's Greatest Exhibition.
The Great Wild West and Far East
Now United Hand In Hand.
NOTE THE ENDLESS ARRAY OF
ROOSEVELT- ROUG H RIDERS,
Indians, Cubans. Western Girls, Mexi?
cans, Broncos, Overland Stage Coach,
Emigrant Train, Tho Siege of Deadwood,
unii the World's Mounted Warriors, led
by the Great Cole Younger and Frank
James who will norsoually appear at every
Two ? rf orm un ces Dully, 2 and 8 P. M.,
Watch or the Big Free Street Parade at
10 A. M. TUliSDAV, June St),
The Oonfederaie Museum*
TWELFTH AND CLAY STREETS.
Opens dally from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Admission. 25 cents. Freo on Saturday*.
The Valentine Museum
ELEVENTH AND CLAY STREET*,
OPEN 10 A. M. TO ? ?, M,
? ADMISI?N. ?C.
FREE ON SATURDAYS. ? ?