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THE DAILY CA1K0 BULLETIN: FKIDAY MORNING, MAY C, 1881.
The only Big Show coming to Cairo this Season! An Amusement Syndicate of Stately Magnitude!
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blood-thirsty, ferocious inonsim unci pcrlbrm n
novelty an ami darinjr, concluding by feeding
naked hands. Towering nlime all will be seen the Largest ana mikii uiin8 u.r.. i......
ever crossed the seas, trained to liarness. .
HERO OF GIANT ELEPHANTS which will 1 seen in grand street pageant, and tlieir
wonderful performance in the arena. A Family of SEA LIONS, the Colossal Giant Horse,
"MOLOCH," of a bright blood-bay color, standing 21 A hands high and weighing over 2,800
pounds without exception the largest horse in the world.
. . a - gtmm . Blkr Rohiiins' Great
The Great Triple Circus! .S',;;!1
German Circus, Den Stone's Circus and College of Thysical Training, forming an unsurpassed
combination of American and Foreign artists, novel specialties and new acts.
FvUk-t PUAQ ri t?IQM Engaged at a Salary of $1,200 a Week
IhII WllMOa mSm IOI Mr, fish stands unrivalled in Equestrinnism;
the ackowledged superior of any man, living or dead, who ever mounted a bareback horse; the
role executant of the Forward Ddiibla Somersault. We hereby, in earnest good faith, chal
lenge any rider in America or Europe to comete with him in his renowned acts tor a
ley to be ready at any time anil
f - tne
fops, the most Graceful and Perfect Equestrienne in the World, whose rare accomplishments, A
f.rm seat in the saddle, and perfact management of her horse caused her to be selected as Teacher I
ol Equestrianism to her Majesty, the Empress 01
thrilling sensation entitled "The Hurricane
sl.e leaps her horse over objects 15 feet in height
cents per b
Mr. J. B
rooms and barb
ing, and has cot
ana nas tnree c
Having made exu.
the rianters House
oughly prepared to f
lino. Our accomr
every res)ect to tling, Waslilneton Avenue
stdte and, as to Illinois.
pete witn any r
;hman in Nevada.
The copartr t!lj stlle roaJ ,ca',inR
Bcnnia," compt0. C rf tt r,?iut
John T. RenniV1'"1 'V'r vaI!ey'
persons co-, .f. a "I'll, jncluding two
ot the far " 81 81t'0, aHt
, as the veracious Henry Monk
filling hisfour-'m-hand, with a full
.1 tourists, past tho old mill, a
jrable English gentleman, who sat
his sido on tho box, inquired:
'Aw, Mr. Monk they said your
name was Monk, I boliev?"
"Yaas," drawled Hank.
"And you onco drove Horace Gree
ley?" "They say so, but I never b'lievod
that ere yarn."
"What is that object in tho valley
that look9 like an enormous opera
glass?" continued tho inquisitive tour
ist, who was a baron in his own coun
try, and likewise hero of ideas.
'Them is an oporv-glass," replied
tho Munchausen of Talioc, "mid the
finest glasses you ever see; they're out
of repair now, but Tvo known tho timo
when you could look through them at
Saint's Rest and see Klliott and his Chi
namen piling lumber "in the Carson
"IJiess my soul! Is it possible?"
Teas," resumed Hank "steady
there, Doc; you Frank, git," as ho
touched up tho leaders. "That was a
powerful invention of Kigby's same
principle as an ojiery-glass with a reef
acting mirror. Them things you saw
wore tho tubes; they were mounted on
stilts just below the Saints'; old Maxtor
used to keep tho hotel, and you bet tho
pilgrim's progress was slow after sami
ling his refreshments."
"Wonderful," said tho Englishman.
"This is a great country. I am rather
inquisitive nbout these tilings, and have
a curiosity V) see tho famous crooked
"We'll soon bo thoro," said Haulc,
"and I'll introduce you to a conductor
who likes nothin' better than answering
"Aw, guard, they tell mo this Is a
very crooked road," said tho tourist
when ho boarded the local for Virginia.
"Well, ri.tl.er," was tho reply.
vlJ,.a-,RCVu?a l'es between hero
and Viigmia wl.or., a passenger can
Land a cigar to tlm en ri,.t.r " "
"Uy Jove! that's MUmMilng. I ,.
watch out for the curves, youknow "
Ha watched, and, thoiigl, 8nuR(
around pretty well between ihu tunnel
and Scales, failed to swing such a uu
"Look hero," said ho to Follet when
tley arrived at Virginia, "whero wan
tho place where a passenger in tho reav
car could Laud a cigar to tiio engineerP"
"Why, ono point was Mound House;
there Is a good saloon thoro, utul there
1 Is plenty of timo for any passenger to
get off tho car, get a cigar, and hand it
to the engineer."
The tourist tumbled, for oven Eng
lishmen can appreclato a joko some
times. Ho treated all hands and ac
knowledged tho tell.
ttl lift A II
1 K ,V LLM
ln nil its undivided entirety, on its special trains of palace cars, unecjualcd and incomparable in its startling magnitude, coming like a mighty tornado with
a deluge of wonders. f,..n MnnQtPI HflPHflff onc of Vhidtl S08 "V?. rare antl costly specimens of the animal
?!rK than the entire wO liiOflbiUr .to.GllcJtjUriU:, menageries of similar exhibition. Conspicuously prominent among the
kingdom than the entire
na'erie features is the monster BLOOD-SWEATING "BEHEMOTH of Holy Writ, of whom it is written: "On the ea
lis rare animal is sometimes called the River Horse of the Nile, and is one of the few specimens of the pre-Adamilc world whi
r of a"es since the creation. MAN-EATING TIGERS, from the Island of Ceyton. Mons. Lucien's Complete Collectic
rt o - . c . i
I VIM1I1S. MOtlS. LillClCtl etltUrH tlie tll'IlK Ol
scries of sensational scenes, remarkable or tliui
tlicm with draughts of warm blood and Iro.n i his
in any place in tne uiiuea siaies.
From the Imperial Circus of Vienna, Proprietress of
1 r 1 iin 'ifi . .!?.-
most renowneu ocnooi 01 iraineu iiorses 111
Austria, will appear at each periormance in ner
Whirl," her W onderful Leaping Act in which
and, also, in her Charming Tandem Manege.
MOMS. MARQUISE, The Champion Hurricane
Hurdle Kider, in the World, in his highly sensational and
Thrilling .STEEPLE CHASE. The renowned artiste
PHILO. NATHANS, In his Double Principal Act on
Four Horses. The Charming and Talented
This will be followed by a long cortege of Knights and Ladies in new and
pansoned horses, numerous elephants gorgeously arrayed, will add novelty to
has not been told. HJSee it all without money and without price.
The casual reader, accustomed to vainglorious boasting and bragadocio of smaller and inferior organizations, is apt to be skeptical in regard to
the many well-founded and truthful promises made by the proprietors of this organization. The legions of patrons to this class of entertainments who
know our reputation and standing for faithful representations so well, will full)inclorse us, knowing that we always promise only what we have, and
never deceive the public by flaming misrepresfflitations. which, in the end, only injure the parties who practice such gross deception. Presenting, as
wc do, a list of consolidated attractions of known merit, we can safely count upon the co-operation of the public with us in indorsement of our mani
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CHEAP EXCURSION TRAINS WHICH WILL BE RUN AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
V COMING, POSITIVELY, ON THE
Fakgnts wlio allow their children to
grow up with scrofulous humors bursting
f rom every pore are guilty of a grout wrong.
Think ol them pointed out as branded with
a loathsome disease, and you will readily
procure them the C'uticura Remedies.
Eobbers Posturing as Trees.
In his work on India, Dr. Wood gives
a curious account of tho manner in
which nativo robbers often contrive to
evade pursuers by posturing us trees.
An officer, with a party of horse, was
chasing a small party of liheel robbers,
and was fast overtaking them. Sud
denly the robbers ran around a rock, or
some such obstacle which hid them for
a moment, and when tho soldiers camo
up the men had mysteriously disap
peared. After an unavailing search,
the officer ordered his men to dismount
bosido a clump of scorched and wither
ed trees, and tho day being very hot, ho
took off his helmet and hung it on a
branch near which ho was standing.
Tho branch turned out to bo tho body
of a Bhoel, who burst into a scream of
laughter and flung tho astonished offi
cer to tho ground. Tho clump of
scorched troos suddenly became meta
morphosed into men, and tho wholo
party dispersed in different directions
beforo tho Englishmen could recover
from their surprise, carrying with them
the officer's helmet by way of trophy.
Ciiab. Eavhk Ainki.r, Jersey City
Heights, N. J., writes: ''iMy son, a lad of
twelve years, was completely cured of a
terrible case of Eczema by the C'uticura
HeuieilieB. From his head to his feet wiib
one mass of scabs."
It Head the List
Of all other preparations or medicines. In
cases of nausea, headache, dizziness, or ir
regularities of tho system, Iiurdock Wood
Hitters have no equal. They never fail in
affording immediate relief. I'rico 11.00,
trial size 1(J cents.
THOUSANDS of ladies to-day cherish
grateful remembrances of tho help derived
1 mm tho use of Lydia E. I'lrikhain's Voir-
ctablo Compound. It positively cures all
femalo complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E,
I'inkham, 2U3 Western Avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
A Significant Fact.
The cheapest medicine in use is Thomas
Eclectric Oil, because so very littlo of it is
required to effect a cure. For croup, diph
theria and diseases of the lungs and throat,
wnetiier used tor bathing tho chest or
throat, fur taking internally or inhaling, It
is a matchless comnound. I" O. Kclnih.
We have just received some copies ol
Sunday school library books, published by
Huvi l C. Cook, of Chicago, tor ti cents
hcIi, which aro a wonder for cheapness,
hciiixils 1 may now havo a library of 100
roples lor five dollars. Mr. Cook will semi
full catalogue tree.
A Skillful Preparation
Composed of roots, barks and plants, that
act in harmony, and are a plcmint and ef
fectivo medicine, constitute Hurdock Mood
Hitters, of which highly commendatory
reports aro being constantly received.
I'rico f l.uu, trial sizo 10 cents.
at CAIKO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11th, 1881.
DAY AND DATE ADVERTISED
Admission 50 Cents,
A WONDERFUL- DISCO VEHV.
Fur the speedy cure of consumption and
all dise.-.ses that lend to it, such asstubliorii
coughs, neglected colds, bronchitis, hay
fever, asthma, pain in the side and chest,
dry hacking cough, tickling in the throat,
hoarseness, sore throat, and all chronic or
lingering diseases of the throat and lungs,
Dr. King's New Discovery Imp no equal
and lias established for itself a world-wide
reputation. Many leading physicians
recommend and use it in their practice.
The formula firm which it is prepared is
highly recommended by all. medical jour-J
nals. The clergy and the press have coin-
pliinented it in the most glowing terms.
Go to ymir druggist and get a trial bottle '
free of cost, or a reeular sizo for 1. Fori
salp'byGen. E. O'Hara, Druggist, Cairo,
All is Weill hut Ends Well.
Orin Ciitlin. lO Pearl Street, Buffalo, N.
Y., says: "I tried various rumedies for the
piles out lound in 1 relief until I use.l
Thomas' Eelortric Oil, which entirely cured
1110 after a few applications." P. 0. Sehuh,
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. JNeglect frequently re
sults in an Incmalilr Lung disease or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inllaiii
cd parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asllima. Jiroticiutis, Coughs, Catarrh, ami
the Thmt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Biown's liionchiai Trendies have been
recommended by pliysiciaus, and always
give pei feet sa' Hl'netion. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at a.T cents a
Mrs. Wallace. Buffalo. N. Y., writes: I
have used Burdock Blood Bitters for
nervous and bilious beaches, and havo rec
ommended them to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicine I have
used and can recommend them to anyone
requiring a cure for biliousness." Price
$1.00 trial size 10 cents.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
semi a recipe that will cure you, free ol
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressei envelope to the Itev. Joseph
T. Ininan, Station D, New York City.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neivc Diseases,
All (Its stopped free. Send to (M Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Dr. Bull's C()iif?li Syrup
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Large Stock. Fresh Goods
lust. Kciwivul. Prices Lower
than over. J5AH0LAY BROS.
beautiful costumes, illustrating scenes from the Crusaders gaily ca-
the scene. J nit enough go and sec
NOT ONE DAY LATER, NOR SOONER, i Ticket admits to
Children under 8 years, 25 Cents.
Aimee's Parisian Menagerie.
Mllo. Cieo, says a Paris paper, is tho
owner of a house situated in l'Jle do
Beatite, at Nogent-sur-Martie. Mllo.
Trochon, known on the stage as Mile.
Ainiee, rented this house for three
years; but, having an engagement in
America, she never cven'oeoupicd it.
Sho installed there a household which
scandalized the whole neighborhood by
its tempestuous roysterings; but that was
tho least of the proprietor's nnnoyan
ces. Mile. Aimee sent to theso uproar
ious housekeepers the most exotic ani
mals and birds, which were familiarly
installed in the best rooms of tho house.
In tho bed-chamber were clouds of
cockatoos; unit monkeys camo on their
own accord to open tho door of the par
lor to visitors.
Mllo. Cieo claims that her houso
ought to have been inhabited by lodgers
of less savage and more cleanly habits,
and, therefore, claimed damages in tho
sum of H3'J francs and ,10 centimes.
The court condemned Aimee to pay
that sum, in nddition to tho costs of
Ml I . . . t
nouraigia, sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Conerai BodJIy Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all othor Pains
No rrcpnmtlon nn i'rili dinul sT jAroiw mi m
A uful ,'ntHllH but tho .iniWUw.M
of HO ,.,,(. un.l every 01,,, i-nlUTliiK wal u 11
win have rlienp and iltlv proof of itS clX.
Dlrt'rtloiiK Id Eluvcn L&iikuuki',
SOLD BT ALL DEDS018T8 AND DEALERS IN
A.VOOEUER Sc CO.,
iJumimru Md.t V. ft.
ST. JACOBS OIL, sold by BARCLAY
"On the earth there is not his
hich has survived the
Collection of Pkkkokmini;
MISS EZjIjEIT COOK, One of the most noted celebrities of the Eques.
T . gT?T .t .T-; and. T , 1 : i' T7t?.t? pluin tl ic Grand Cirque, Paris,
on she Double Trapeze.
WIXj3I.1v!E I-ri2TC-ID, The most Popular Eniestrlan LeajK.'!'
Acrobat igid Vaulter. (
FIVE MIRTH-PROVOKING CLOWNS.
Sam Flynn, Dan Stone, Henry Higbec, 'Tom Clemineds, Herman Hath.
:PXt01r DOWEL, tli lvcder Sampesn, the Champion
Heavy Weight Litter of the World.
Waicb for lis M and G::?;::: Sirssl f:-::i'
Outranking In Splendor and Magnilieonce anything ever before attempt
ed In the Bewildering Oazztement ol its Glory!
A Picture ol Dazzling Delight!
A Grand Free Show combine in the triumphal entree of this vast es
tablishment into town, and which is dedicated to our Friends and l'at-
'j rons, and the public generally, by
1 which has neither rival or equal.
, . 1 . . 1 1 . 1
lvams nave neen wunesseii, we ieei assured that we snail not be ac
cused ol exaggeration when we claim that for its Number of Hands of
Music, bewildering lirilliancy, Variety of Interest. Unparalleled Kx
teiit, Novelty of Objects, Gorgcousness of Costumes, Magnificent Ap
pointments and Heraldic Display, this Gorgeous Street I'ageant has no
equal in the world.
the rest lor yourselves; me nan
Performances commence at 2 and
NKW A 1) V E KTISj K M KXT8 .
Xr. S. Sils'oco's Eztcmal PiloEcmcdy
(live tmUntr. Ik I and 11 an Infallible
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
FoM fcjr Dmtrl'tarviTywlicre. Prlfe. 91 .Of pit tint
pi-i"i"i'l)y rn.ill. 8am l' aunt Jrrr to l'hylclaii
t na all nufl'T'Tii, tiy I. N mut ih'iInt 1"X
uw iuikCUy. tulunumutauturufot'MnaXu.'t
I trfirf-tl. rim... I'rnnnnnt?i.il tho lm( ,it Lh. hitrh.
awar'lnl I'i Wili' Fip.-i"i'!. n1 t I'vii, loTH.
buMDyUiuirU. W & SCniElTELlN CO . H T
MOLLLRS COD-LIVKK OIL, sold by
ninn Parsom Raioiwifl
oraUTIitiKA Mtiirn Iu-.kkh. ttufy ,urt
vuta far Pit,. .'ii7-mu and A'cri
Inpai.liiii. If titki'ii w cllriTtpil, A' Fill a". !"
hritdiiv'iutr. 'ircnUiw ami ti trial txiUlri l9
riiimiirma.ini'y luirHiucxpri-Miisc. oma nani
I'. O. aii.l riiirma ail.lri'M to llK. KI.INK.v l
ArcUSl.l'lilU4i'!iljla, I'i. HxtnncilMUruMult,
A 1'OBITIVK CtrUK
Wlihont roIMni. AM.ANH SOI.mi.R MKflf.
CATF.I) HolUlKS. 1'ataotC'd Octolxr IS, lA
h'l. 1 will enr any ra In fonr daya. or Wr.
No. J will cure the inulubntiiialacau,nu matter
No naimeniit il'iam of etilieha, eopalha or oil nf
uiilwoo'l, that am certain to pro'lure dyKpup-ia
py di'Uroyliiir the roalinm t the atoniarb. No
tyrlnucanraHirtnitent liOwtlonl to pruiluce other
I'rico $1 5U, hi 1 1,0 117 ALL DUKOGIBTS, or
Dialled of receipt or price.
for fir Iht purtlruiar annrl for elrrnlar.
f.O.ll.Xlta J C.ALLAN CO., bj John Btroet,
Weullir (WO reward for any can thy will not
Wulck, ial and auru cure.
ALLAN'S MEDICATED BOUGIES
Sold by BARCLAY BROS.
folk 1 ili'HiM Wti4tnrifrtt
Itiihj. f.,r frj book of nrly
btHn: wUbvo itri, full l
vnlitftl.lt tiU'i hy lr, JU U.
fwiu, ilit Rutlmrof
MEDICAL COMMOK SENSE AND PLO HOME TALIC,
u . . 1. r.i i u.H
intlfl and Wditirn, ami all rhronl.
11 If li' 11' ailiamu, ilhlh.nlilMrMof
Mill Pub. Cfc, Ho lea,
htm York City.
SkW Raid tunp for OaWwfc-unaiDauoB
Uroach-TMtdlKR Bhot Ouns. SIS tn ?m, p, t0
(liius. S to lf HlHK'Hi Uonfi J ft?eell1utrelerl
1.T . ..wnlll. 1., InlnllilfOllt yOtHlff niMIl
U AJNIxJM0v..ry "coiinrrytown, to tnko
permanent loci iwncy for tho '!"' turn,
com, . i, 1.. iNirlcnmii. to eonKHmww. 1 1n nKon-
V reoi ir ..no I ""I'llli'tf and bnt moiiowo nmoiint
t So r II m, , mi f l-roporly i.mnnK,.d will pay
lo pi kh Tis ('O . ' ,,,x WM Htl ,'oul,' Mo'
this, the greatest of all great Shows,
After this brilliant scries of Tableau
r . , .. ... .
am. the advertised Shows.
8 p. m. Doors open anhour earlier.
MUSTACHE AND WHISU8J,
"1- f - t-PT Hi
!. Mb I. a4M
SMa 40m t-jfrlan, aaj
rUIM4, lr4 aa t
CANCER INSTITUTF. Tnf. Kline, w hm
w" . . w . ir.iun. iurM.irioiia,
TfK.-ii'iititie tn-aliiifiiti and
liMioi-tiM) practice, cUiula
anl la ack no le.ltfu d
a.iilionty on f'aim-r and
f 5 tra.jiMin.ry t uif. by Lli
ZmAmulHH are reoorded.
n .Vo Icntt. i.fi,. I'im of
vioii orriKirHl trraitntt
piuircd In immivt tin
l.o-.t of Caiiivra or
Tuninra. For partlrulam,
wjid for fro trfntlw of
w-au on JM(. hi. isk, l
CLAIM YOUK MONEY.
A (fUlieml OHIccof V I.lfir Tollry IlnlrU-ri' Col
liictl 11 Aut'lirv of Hie L i tUd hluti'f,for llm hfnli a
of IIIuioIh. WIi-coIimiii, .Miiiui HoiH and Iowa lis
Iiciti vflulilifliud In the city of I lilt au'o. TIiito U
1 CaKli value in all Life liicutuiitL-i'oHcl', whether
lajmi'd or In force, i'or fnrthrr Information re
fpecllii( the CHint', apply t Loral Ajcul, If them
' ono In vour ifiro. othorwice hy Utter to
H AhM.KS i. ol'IVKV (., (ieneiul Ai'nt,
Jl I'orl Ititirl HIiH'k. ChlcaL'o, Illinois.
N. II. -"To hiKiire attention to your letter Incloan
li rent In I'ocUiL'e and we will give ll our tlinu an 1
I'artien (leHiroiiH of olilalnlni; I.nriil As'Ticlen
pleiihe addrcHu 11 ut once and incuimk UKfKll
Double Hone Corset.
Is made with Two Itown of linn,
jiliued one iipnnthu other, on eitch
Idi. irlvliiK It doiililu air iiKth ami
elncllritv. and will popltivt-iy not
break down on tho fides.
Sent hy iiihiI cin reTipt of SI 25
FIKI.I), LKITtlt ti CO., Chlrayo, III.
Sri.KM)IIH Iiitll('i.' for (Icui-riil Store IIL'SI.NKSH.
flthorliitereiitHro'iiiirliiirmy attention, I offer at
a Iliiriiiiln a small slock of llurdwure. Ac. wlih a
. t . . I.-..-.. .. II. t1i,ai,nt .4... ..II
lliri,'!! IWO SIOrV SUiru-IIUn: """ imir
Inn bIiovh; also, my H room dwulllii on ndjoliilnn
block, witii closets mill porches; nleu, wood, tee,
- .....I ntlii.p ollt-linilNea . itn nm.lo
SIIIOKO. VUlllir, ""''" ,, .111 1 .7 "'".I""
I'roiinds. well set wlili mi l. mid all In A 1 order.
Could tiiku some Westorn laud In the trade; or. If
pruivrri'd, will rent for tnrm, subject to snip, ulv
Ini! renter the rel'iisiil. Fur tmrtlciilurs addresa un
U VJ DO 1 i
The Manny Bauer Mf'g Co.
BT. I.OTJIH, MO.
AL Rnrtiont.l ud Tartlnl U.n.
K Mini, 0ik'. iTaiMnUira Im
J LS't3'L.i'runl, Uiaty Bmj tUku, Wa-
Jl ' jf-l "Snt of Barlr Imherand
. jilL f 1Imtt Oranga Busat Cane,
im nkwMi w w.mntrt fr ami iar., ta
i.l.ul ou. uk, ui null, til l.r.nr oii.omHm. br fM.hl or
inran, Wn, urla. Now boot, 'illy diwrlbln. V.rLUM.
m, cy u.ik
iiuiurauoa, aiHimivr uU auaiaauu
TIT A XTflH.TA
A CATHOLIC MAN of Rood
? T 111 X til h',h dispoKitlon nn.l
1 . j.. . Ht.tarty hHl.lt... Must travel
short distance In anr,lon In wliirh Im resides. An
ply. with rofenmu's. to llENZluiou UUOTIIEIW,
Mil llpfinlufilV nV t iisb
A Y EA II and ninnn.,..
iKunta. Outfit fruo Addtusa. P.
VICKKHV, AiiKiista, MuIiib
lfk(l 1 your to nienls. nnrt einen..,. ..1 .......
frcu. AddrosaK. Hwain & t'o.,Aiitiistn,M9