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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETINS SATURDAY MOKNINQ, OCTOBER 11. 1ST9.
. MARKAN, M. P.,
, gnathic I'liyslolan anfl Surgeon
in Commercial avenue. Healilence eornor
,'1,-eutn Si. and Wanlilmrton avenim. Cairo.
y. K. W. WMTLOCK,
' Crrir-No. 136 Commercial Avenue, netwoen
lk'htu and Ninth Btreel
W. 0. JOCELYN,
( '.FFICB-KlKhtk Streot, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OKFIOB: With the Willows' anil Oorphans" Mil
il.il AM Society.
.JINEGAlt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. If3 Commercial Avenue.
ALL AI)VF,RTISEVKNTS In thin column, of
live line each or low will lie published w2
cent every insertion; 1 tnonili. l.Ml;:) month with
out cbmitfiv fl.Oil per in mill. Kach nililltiiinnl
IIiik. 5 rout.' fttiiiinon wanted free.
A larac mild walnut wnrlirnhe. I'rlco f !0.00.
Kiiiiiircof Mm. riuriiett. No. Tenth street.
Cottiiee ltiJiW, sound limber, iwy to move.
Want the lot vacate'!. EHOitire at Tim Hru.ETiN
Adwelllini. ftvuMO-na mul kitchen. Twentieth
treit, near court huusc. Knittlre at If. Mkvkii'k
Fob Sale Seiiarately or together, a cut of finale
harness, h in w, liusf 'v cushion anil a Imp;)' whip.
Apjily at Hi.tli'tin l.h.dcrv. Jot: E. Hit.kk,
Bmvf. Arrows. Targets, ShootinK irlovet, etc., ut
O. W. KKNDEHsON'S. .Commercial uvc;.. o. cor
ner Twelfth street :
Flue steel uncrnvtuce. for Kale. Cannot he
iou"ht of the publisher for lea than $15.00 each.
Will he "ld singly for M.(K each, orthu roiirfor
S'iO.Ol. Enquire n't Tun Bh.t.btin hlmlery.
Ownkrs and purchasers of Real Ktate In Cairo
hould ho nure thev have a good title. I am now
prepared to luriiisli abstract at renso-.mhie rates.
' ' M. KASTKHDAY.
Office lu Court House.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
KN'TEKKO AT TUH TOST OFKICK IN CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS ShC0N)CLAS3 MATTKK.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVNTY.
Only Moniinjj Daily in Southern Illinois.
Sionai Orrif.B, i
Cairo. III.. October in,
i. IH7fl. I
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vtl Weather.
a-m a m ao.iii
litll " :vm
:l:46 " Sn.ttV
Maximum Temperature. .'! ; Minimum Tem
perature, 71 s ; Rainfall, 00.(1 Inert. "
Sera't Slenal CorpK, U. S. A.
I IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
St. Jacobs Oil cures the Gout.
W. J. Milford, of Hodges1 Park, was
in the city yesterday.
The river here is only two feet seven
inches above extreme low water mark.
Mr. Louis Rosenwater of Morrelton,
Ark., a prosperous merchant of that place, is
in the city.
Stop coughing at once by the immediate
use of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; 25 cents a
Prof. Tice being off, somewhat, on the
September weather now says lie mcnt Oc
tober. The correction is too late.
John Fry and 51. Staplcton who so
journed for a time at Hot Springs, nre
igain in the city.
Mr. Fisher, wife and children of
Vienna, were in the city, yesterday, the
quests of mine host of the Arlington.
, Afpiict and pleasant homo is insured to
ull mothers that usu Dr. Bull's .Baby Syrup
for their little ones. It contains nothing in
J. W. Culver, a prominent citizen of
l),lknni, and Mr. Geo. H. lliiilges, of
f'lmrh'ston, were in the citv on a business
., .--A lair .price, cash down, will be paid by
a party whose name is in the possession of
the editor of The Bli.lelix. for a small,
eligibly situated dwelling house.
A smooth, substantial sidewalk, bo
elevated as to allow ventilation underneath,
is being constructed in front of Taber's
jewelry establishment' and rtehuh's cigar
0upt. (shields accepted the honor of the
office oi' President of the "8 to 13 club" verv
ijracetully although he thought "sonic o'
the older members of the club should have
Two and Three make live, and live
cents will buy the "Faultless," the best cigar
in the market; pure Havana filler and Con
nectieut wrapper, hold by F. Korsmeyer,
Sixth street, near Ohio Levee.
mo ciocKM waugticrs mitts a titnico
of tlia citirmttor that scores the revolutions
of the fly-Vhev! and keeps very exact time,
is regarded wrh niiish curiosity by tlio
visitors of that establishment.
The baby that used to bo in the win
Oow ot Hurst's siW on Washington avn
nuc, is still in thoViulow, only it is fin
other baby now, andyl Bhop has moved
across the street to the corner of Tenth, pee
his advertisement in nnotucr column.
Alout 7 o'clock, yesterday evening
somebody fired off a shot gun somewhere in
the vicinity of Sixth and Commercial. The
report brought the police and a largo crowd
of citizens to tlio spot; but it could not be
ascertained why tho shot was fired or who
After so long a time the government
has authorized the survey or of customs to
replace tho broken Hag pole, in the post
office yard, with a new one. The new
pole, when planted, will bo ono hundred
nml nineteen feet in height somewhat
taller thnn tho old one.
There was a very1 pleasant and largely
attended surprise party at the residence of
Mrs. Phil Howard, last night, in recogni
tion of the return of Miss Kittio Howard,
who had been absent, in Canada siucothe
summer of 1878. Miss Kittio received a
very cordial welcome, and one that could
not have been otherwise than most grati
fying to her.
Gus Williamson left Cairo on Wednes
day last, for Abbeville, Mississippi, to fill
a position in tho railroad telegraph office
there. He is already installed, and expres
es himself well pleased with the town, the
people and all his surroundings.
On top ot the customer in that upper
current of air where Uncle Sam has perched
his weather markers, tho thermometer, nt
3 :4l p. in. yesterday, scored 85 decrees. At
New Orleans at the fame hour it scored 84 ;
St. Louis 84. The only point in the United
States that, scored ti higher temperature
than ours, was Shreveport, La.
The Eleventh sireet primary branch of
the Cairo public school with its 70 or SO
little ones, is in charge ot Miss McKenie,
late of Cincinnati. Miss McK. is said to
be well skilled in the management of
youngsters; but, if, in the essential par
ticulars, she is the equal of her predecessor,
the Board of Education litis done Well in
securing her service's.
The rumor gained circulation, some
time ago, that our former fellow-citizen,
W. W. Thornton, had embarked in the cir
cus business; and the same rumor is again
abrond. It owes its origin, no doubt, to the
fact that W. T. Thornton, a nephew of W.
W., has embarked in the business, and has.
lor some timo been organizing for a South
ern winter campaign. Mr. T's agent is now
in this city.
Old J. J. Hunter, the somewhat eccen
tric man, bridge-builder, etc., of Pulaski,
died op Wednesday last, after an illness
that was protracted over several months.
Ho was an old gentleman of more than or
dinary intelligence. His political and relig
ious convictions were peculiar perhaps, but
he was so well fortified in them that those
who didn't agree w ith him, always deemed
it advisable to let him alone." He was, at
the time of his death, In the C5th year of
The colored man who keeps a business
stand on the corner across from The Bul
letin office, Jued out a warrant from the of
fice of Squire Comings, yesterday, for the
arrest of three boys who have been a con
stant source of anuoyawc to him, and nui
sances of greater or lesser magnitude to the
whole neighborhood. Late Thursday night
they slammed down the colored man's
benches, capsized his chicken coops, and did
other devilment that created a racket that
startled everybody in the vicinity. ''Boys
will be boys;" but if they don't know that
others have rights that are worthy of their
respect, the lesson must be taught to them.
At the coming election the voters of
Jackson county will vote upon the prop
osition to issuo $80,000 in bonds to fund
the indebtedness of the county; the bonds
to bear interest at five per cent., payable
annually, and the principal to be payable,
$3,000 in each of two, three, four and live
years from date of issue; $4,0()0 in each of
six, seven, eight anil nine years; .",000 in
each of ten and eleven years: $0,000 in each
of twelve and thirteen years; $7,000 in each
of fourteen and fifteen years, and $,000 in
each of sixteen and seventeen years; and
any of the bonds to be payable before
maturity, at the option of the county au
Interest in the yellow fever having
subsided, public attention is arrested fy
the New York pedestniin contest, and even
that attraction is "relaxing its grip" quite
visibly. At 1 o'clock yesterday morning,
the little lbm-ratrnw brick-maker, Muiphy,
still maintained tho lead. His score stood
I'M miles.. Falter came pext with IJ.'O
miles; then Howard, with G.'IS, and then
Allen, Spellary and Walker with ;i:i each.
If Murphy can maintain his average he
will make the 500 miles. The others must
increase their average, which they are not
at all likely to do. Of the thirty-five men
who started only thirteen remain on
The neighboring burg of Mt. Vernon,
Indiana imitating unfortunate Memphis,
has, as tho Mt. Vernon News puis it, busted
and quit business. A United States mar
shal went there a few days since to levy
upon tho personal property of the city to
satisfy a judgment for $05,000, but he wns
unable to find u'nything liable to seizure.
Ho then proceeded to obtain a mandamus
compiling the city council to levy a special
tax sufficient to pay the claim, but tho
members of that body getting wind of tho
step taken promptly sent in their resigna
tions, which were accepted m Rpecial ses
sion, and tho city government was dissolved!
And so tho U. 8. inorslml will nmke K.
turn upon the writ of execution, "No pro-,,
ertyond no city of Mt. Vernon, Indiana
found." ' '
The first fifty dollars bill tho county
commissioners can spare, should bo used
in the purchase of a heavy coating of
colored calsoinino for tho interior wallsof tho
court house. Tho other day it becamo nec
essary t to separate witnesses, etc., and a
number of ladies escorted to a jury room by
a bailiff, who, a few hours attcrwards, cow
hided himselt quite severely. Ho learned,
when two late to rescue tho ladies, that
the walls of the room where ho housed them,
were littoral ly covered with obsccno pic
tures, and beastly couplets, words and ex
pressions, written and formed with
colored chalk and peflcil. And there is
scarcely a Square foot of unmarked wall,
upstairs or down. Of course to re-whiten
the walls would bo to present clean sur
faces for the auc loafers and black-guards
to deface again. The only safety lies in
the adoption of a sombre color upon which
a pencil mark will not be seen.
At the Reform Club meeting, last
night, Col. Wood, vice president, occupied
the chair, and opened the meeting according
to the usual formula. . The resignation of
president Dunning was then read and ue
ccpted, and the club proceeded to the elec
tion of a new president. Col. Wood,
George Olmsted and George S. Fisher
were nominated and declined the honor,
but Fisher was elected anyhow, and will
accept the position. Tho ofliee of secro
tary being made vacant by Mr. Fisher's
promotion, Mr. Casper Yost nominated Mr.
O.K. Olmsted, but Mr. Olmsted declined in
favor of Mr. Yost, and that gentleman,
submitting to fhe inevitable, was elected.
Col. Lowery tlu n addressed the club, and
threw several handful of dornieks at per
sons who manifest great zeal in the caue,
but shirk the labor and responsibility. The
speech was quite peppery. At i; cor.clu
.-ion three persons came forward ami siyned
the pledge, when the meeting adjourned.
ruousamls of bright boys have been
ruined by the trash sent out in the shape of
dime and nickel novels. Lite an.fndveiiture
in the Far West, as detailedjin sueli publi-
catien, tires the young heart with-u desire to
realize the hazards nml excitements of the
heroes of which they read, ar.d on Wedues-
lay last a little Belleville boy, lull of such
notions, abstracted $5$0 from his father's
:ifc, and securing the companionship of a
buy older than himself, made a break for
the land of the Dacotahs. At Kx.t St.
Louis the romantic youngsters were recog
nized by an employe of the Cairo and St.
Louis Short-line, who finding the youngsters
literally loaded down witii money,' took
them in charge. The elder boy, with $155
of the money, succeeded iu making his es
cape; out the originator ot tiie adventure
was taken to Belleville and turned over to
the charge of his parents.
We clip the following fluttering notice
from a llarriburg, Pa., paper. The troupe
will be here on the 18th iust., and give the
.people of .Cairo an opportunity to hear
Pinafore : "A large audience greeted Alice
Oates anil her company at the opera house
last night, and it is safe to say that every
person enjoyed the fun to the utmost.' The
piece presented was "Le Petit Due." The
opera is.one to which the company is ad
mirably suiteil. 1 tie tun was uproaaous
from the time the curtain rose until in fell.
Alice Oates as the little duke received
many approbative honors. She has grown
stouter since her last appearance here, and
has a stronger voice. I leury Pratt, as direc
tress of the convent, was good, and Charles
II. Drew, the tutor, rendered his part per
fectly. Miss Marie R.stel!e as '-Duchess
Parthenay" was very good. The choruses
were strong and supported by good num
bers. The company is a large one and able
to put the opera on the stage with good ef
fect. It will appear at Meadville to-night,
and we predict it will be greeted with a full
The proposition to be voted on by tiie
legal voters of Alexander county, at the
election next month, viz: that the coHimis
sioncrs be authorized to levy a tax of fifrv
cents on every hundred dollars' worth i t'
taxable property in the cour.ty, for the years
187D, isso and? It-si respectively, for tin
purpose of providing money for buildi:i.'
new roads and biidges and for the improve
ment of old ones, should enlist tho supiwrt
of every citizen of the county who sineejre'.y
desires the well being of our people anil
the substantial prosperity of this portion of
Southern Illinois. We understand the
horror with which the average tax
payer contemplates an increase of
taxes; but it seem, to us that when this
proposition is fully understood win. n tho
purpose aimed at is known, the end will be
held as a full justification of tho means.
The tax. payers of tho county are askel to
pay into the county treasuty, during the
next three years, the sum of, say, thirty-three
thousand dollars, or eleven thousand dol
lars a year for the years 1879, 1880 and
1881. In return for this money the com
missioners propose to give the peorlo a
wagon road eleyated ' above the lii-hst
floods common to thlsscctton of em itr,
leading from Cairo to a junction with
the Goose Island and foncsboro mad,
in Goose Island precinct; to improve al. the
roads connecting therewith, and by build
ing new bridges and repairing old onei, es
tablish ample and permanent land commu
nication between Cairo and all parts of tho
county. Cairo will, wc daro say, vorc in
favor of the tax levy, although slie will bo
compelled to carry four-fifths of tho bur
den, and yield tho county the lion's share
of tho benefits. Of tho frW.OUO that will
probably bo realized, Cairo will be callod
upon to pay at least $20,000; leaving only
$7,000, or about $2,000 a year to bo paid by
tho country. And now, as every dollar of
tho total sum will bo expended in tho
country; as tho object is to furnish tho
county, not tho city, a system of good high
water roads and substantial bridges as
the object Is to please nearly every com
munity in tho county in cheap, ready nml
convenient comrriiinicntion with its natural
and most desirable market for the surplus
of the farms, orchards, dairies and 'stock
fields, it really would seem that the war
mest advocates and supporters of tho pro
ject should be found iu tho country and not
in the city. If Cairo is willing to pay four
fifths of the cost, for tho privilege of buying
from the country people, surely those coun
try people should feel inclined, nay anxious,
to pay one-fifth for the privilege of selling,
under circumstances that would guaran
tee to them the greatest possible profit.
The building of these roads is not essentially
a Cairo project; but one in which all the
permanent residents and property-holders
of the county shonld feel a deep concern.
Let them discuss and honestly weigh tho
matter, and the present opposition will
soon succumb. Of ull the propositions ever
submitted to the people of Alexander
county this Is, most assuredly the ono that
they cannot afford to defeat .
'EIGHT TO TWELVE."
Anumberof gentlemen met nt the St
Charles Hotel last uight and organize
"The Eight to Twelve Club." to "give i
series of five parties before Lent, at which,
as the name suggests, daueing will begin
at Eight and clo.se at precis..!- Twelve
o'clock. The officers of the Club are :
Thos. W. Shields, President;
Chus. M, Howe,.Vice President;
E. A. Burnett, Secretary;
' l?.F. Blake, Treasurer."
Will Lippett, Chairman;
das. A.Phillis. C. W. Bradley,'
Ko;ort Ilir.kle. A. S. R be:ts-:i.
llKCLTTIi'N Co MM ITT EK :
Thus. W. Shields. Chairman; i
Frank Howe. Frank Ga'.igher,
C. P. Bell, C. W. Henderson,
P. C. Barclay, E l. Jenkins,
Henry Wells, John Tabor,
W. B. Gilbert.
F! (Hi: CO MM ITT EH :
H. U. liiburn, Chairman ;
Jas. A. Phillis,
W. K. Hawkins,
W. W. Wright,
''. H. Ru hi,
W. G. Bobbins, '
Jno. T. Aisthorpe,
The first of the series will be given some
time during the present leMith.
THE GREAT RAILROAD SHOW.
And well did the management fulfill all
tho promises niiiiiu by thum tlirmijh their
advertisements. ; Stanton, Pa., Daily
The best combination of circus and
menagerie seen m Newark f ;r a number of
years. Newark. N. J., Morning Register.
A'good attendance and a good show with
a better variety of circus acts than is usually
seen. Erie, Pa., Observer.
Fur the B:il!ettn.
THE CITY'S HEALTH.
Mu. Editok: You may not give me
credit for orginality in what I say. I don't
claim it; but I would have your Committee
of Ten remember that no sanitary system
they can adopt will be complete unless it
includes an order to "shoot the pigeons!"
Taboo Cottonwood trees and pigeons, and
we are safe. Talma.
Just received and kept constantly on band,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 50
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at ojl hours, day or night.
Geo. O'Haiia has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sun
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures ki.lney diseases of
only one dollar.
all kinds. Price
A.nh-Bki.i.um I'liiCKH At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Stcinhouso, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory work. Trices:
cents; Hair-cut. 25 cents
Q5 cents. Givo him n call.
' . , LETTER LIST.
A LIST OP LETT I'.US ItEM AIM NO UNCALLED
FOIl IN TIIK I'OSTOFF'C E AT CAIItO, ILL., DC
TOUKIl tlTII, 1871).
AnlKTuft, Ne'lu Mrs.;
Huge. Mlnu Mm.;
Htuu. Caroline Mr,;
llurton, S. li. Mrs.;
Kruwn, Auu Mrs.;
(trey. Mury MN;
1 1 :l mt 1 ton. Rush;
Kberf, Funny Mrs. ;
Hmlth, Mitu'u'..' F. Mrs.;
Hewart. Atm; Mr,
Liornou, muiiiv mikh;
Winnie, Lane or MorrU;
Reinitln. Valtle M!
riteaiua, Harriet Mr. ;
T'.'ll, Anuria Mlw;
Warner, Sallle A. MIm;
AltcllNon. A. 1. ('.!)!
Aldrlcli, II. A,;
Btiuerlu. (I A.;
Jlrlttou, C; A.s
I ley, Krle, (S);
HarrU, Ed. (col);
,1 ahot, Clin. :
Ktluoro, II, 11.:
Kreeno, Win, li. ;
Honk, Chan. T, (3)
Ashlord, ('. W. Cunt.
Harry, Jao. ;
ll'irsiii'll, Frank H.:
Briicet, Aliram A.;
Bass. oVt (i)
C hilli, ,tiio.;
Fink, Uj. ;
irei'!l, Jim. ;
Hill, Nutli.vj. (col)
Hetldrii'ka, .In, (col);
donen, .Tuck (coll.'
Kelly. WUIam Rev.;
Kill ,lno, J. ;
Kelly, Win !
M''iiiilre, dolia A.;
HU'liev, Ira (i);
Walker, Jno. (J.
Pleaao ay ttdvi:rt!iud when ralllnn for these
lottcrs. U. W, MCKEIO, Postmaster.
Aod well did the management perform all tho promises mado by them through their
advertisement. Scranton (Pa.) Times, Juno 17.
The Great 7 En-route to Cairo!
AND WILL APPEAR ON
SATTJBDAY, OCTOBER 1,8.
For 25 Cents Admission Only, Inclndim; a (iood Scat!
BATCHBLLBE & DOfflB
SHOW ON EARTH
IN GLORIOUS COMBINATIONWITH:
SKVASTIAN". Cl.issic Double Circus. I SCAR EARS. Ru-mud Hippodrome.
nmr. Oh Ul 1 1 hits, Sphii'ti I Museum.
HONG LEU'S, Imperial Meragerb-.
H.A. Bl TTl'S, New York Aquarium.
Immasuralily great! Traiwendcntly grand in ull its ma-ti -Ionic giandeur! Positively
without a peer, and the most rvcrwhelming aggregation of Maguitudina! special at
tractions and monster consolidation of allied Exhibitions on the face of the earth.
100 A It KMC AND (iYMXAIC CELEBRITIES!
AMONG WHOM ABE THE WELL
Mi-s Mo'.lie Brown, The Pearl of the Arena
M'll Etta. The only Lady Contortionist.
M"l Josephine, The Female Hercules.
M'me Louise Frown, '(ueen of Side Saddle.
''lie Li Biar.c, Premier Equestrienne.
M'lleSt. Leon. The Water tn en.
Romeo Sebastian, The Champion ot Som
M. Seai f tr. Tiie R':slari wonder in Hurri
cane I!ur ile and Jockey Eipi'-tiian Acts.
Seigrist Brothey. In Phenomena! Gymnast
UAJrri-1, SKA. AND AI ll
Have coiitiil'iittMl in the nyist
iw"M i-ijiiiiirmnMU' jium'uhi ;ini jienaijerie ever seen iimier
eanvass roots, containinr more i'are and exclusive fea
tures of the Zoological Kinlom, Animate and Inani-
mate World, Life-like objects of niechanieal skill
iind deep sea amphibia, than was ever ottered for .
EMPRESS. tlit largest elepliimt in the
elephant. COI.LOSAI. E IG H T-C EXT
lieii lllniiiiiiateil by the recent invention.
Makes tiie interim iiidcsci ibably brilliant.
- '-.'.rn ii i i rT k. -ni-cr' (fiMtnw. u 'lira a rr
ZZfl .WWW IHVIOWl.wTe-V U9t 9SSt9.?iHl
mW ill i WmmI ;
OKAXI.) ANIMAL. AND AUHNIC KNTJJKK!
Heralded each morning by the
FLIGHTIEST STREET PAGEANT
Earth lias over seen, giving ovci'iiowering evidence of the Ininicnso resoiirces of
in Parade: Count tliein. Just :io: no more no less
'I fv,.riiijl Iii-tiwwtiifv, 4'tntn ,w...l...M .1!...... l i . ... . ' '
. ui.-t i nun, niijn.-iiui, nn, iniMjiig uioriiiiiiioi oqtit'sinuii and zoological snlen
ior is proceeded by Prof. Geo. Sutton's unrivaled
In their superb uniform of the C'ente Guard Imperial, appearinsr in the most
expensive Golden Chariots ever constructed lbruny similar organization.
SPECIAL NOTICE. No games of chance of whatever description allowed on tho
grounds.. The police authorities tire requested to co-opcrato with our own special detec
tive force and suppress this too prevalent vice.
A good show from beginning to end, and wo notice an entire nbsenco of that rowdy
lenient usually following traveling exhibitions. Jersey City (N. J.) Journal, Juno 0.
The grandest conception of the age, unparalleled in its stupendous magnitude and
poweful cxclusivo attractions.
VDMISSION TO ALL IS ONLY 25 CENTS.
Two performances daily. Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.; commence ono hour later.
1,000 opera chairs, 215 cts. extra.
" - -r mm iiw "i '
DR. PANGTHOMS, Automatical
- KNOWN PRINCIPAL ARTIST?
C.ir.hi;.) ar.d Victorelli, Monarch
Mr. Luke Rivers, us Pete Jenkins.
Countryman1 from Cahixs; without a
doubt the funniest Equestrian Act ever
Mods. Seigrist's College ot Canine Wonders,
the mo,t thoroughly educated trottjx;
if dogs in the world.
The Original Wild Australian Children.
And a host of Leapers, Tumblers. Acrobats,
IavMi manner tmake t his the
world and cot more than any twelve
EB - I'O I. E TEXT, mating ,'l.oeu persoim.