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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
81000. Given r ,
1 T nl 1 1 in or any injiinniisMilisliiiieeacaii Im; rouml
inAn1rewV PenrlBakiiiPoW(iHr. Ja '
tiwly PURE. Being i-mlorMit, and lestunoiitiila
rwi'vcd tnmi kucIi ihoniMs as S. liuiiii Hays, Bo,
ton; M. U-lufoMatiio, of Chlcnun; Mnil Ciustiivitt
Jliiili!, Milwaukee. Never sold in bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A CO.
l M kliixau Av. 27. :': A .-Vl K. V r-
Kvorv Corset is warranted Milis-
fuetorrtoit w.-iiror in -veiy vnv,
(,r th money will I"' refunded lv
the person (mm whom it wiih liomdit.
Tli.milvr.-s.-t prmimim-eil l.v mil' J .'"'i
m.t lliir..il. I" Hi" ii..el. "ii'l ' ,' ,",V . i ,1 I , 'r
ino.-l .umlmialilo iih.1 1' ifivl utiitM..ii..titir
made. pmcFbv Villi, I'o.l.mo 1'i.Ml
lle.ilth IW-rvlnit. h. If. V.I.iiIm, t.ti
Abdominal jtr bn.'i ' '. Nhi-.Im. l.r.
llc.llh I'r.rvli.a illi... .oiilll. !.. rnm'Mi
For lute by lending '' "" ei err whew.
ciuc.voo otusi.r rMcim.
The Advantage of Two Eyes,
In ivsion-A to the qui'iiinn, "What
in tho use of having two ovi'-i?" the un
bwer hits hcoii icivi'ii. "To have ono left
if tho other isTiurt." Much as we may
adiniro tin s;ijrai-ions fun-Mlit of this
youthful jiliysiohigist, it will not lio
found MilVn-ient to ivst contented with
hi ultimatum. He had evidently not
tried his skill to find lnw tipojciiectedly
ho would mi'1 tli' Inkiitainl while en
floavnriiijj todip liis pen into it at arm's
length, with one eye clo-.cd. lie hud
not thought of holding Ins linger, a few
inches in front of hN face to liud what
purl of the wall it would hide from each
eye in (uiecessinti, or how dillerently it
would look when regarded from those
two point of view separately, how
much thicker it would appear when
both eyes were open, how readily he
could examine three sides of it at once,
how lutn-h more definitely he could
judge its distance, in a word, how much
ruoro comprehensive was the informa
tion given by two eyes if used at the
name, moment. Assuming that ho
knows exactly how to account for the
inversion of tho retinal image and the
eret-t appearance of the olijei i there pic
tured, how our visual perceptions are
only signs of what wo momentarily feel
on the retina, signs that generally rep
resent the realities with a fair degree of
accuracy, but may sometimes repre
sent almost anything else on demand,
how, if the eye's be healthy, we have no
consciousness of possessing any reliuaat
all, but instantly ami unconsciously re
fer every retinal sensation to some ex
ternal body whose existence we are ob
liged to assume, unless there be special
arguments to convince us to the contrary-granting
all this, our young
physiologist has not t bought of inquir
ing how it is that, although two retinal
images are produced, wo see but a sin
gle object, and this despite t he fact that,
likr photographs of the same body sim
ultaneously taken from dilVercnt stand
points, these two images aro necessarily
dissimilar. IP. Ac Cmtlr Steinis in
Popular Sriniir Monthly fur May.
Stewart's Marvelous Memory.
Rtwart was the typical tradesman of
modern times. He was a tradesman
everywhere, at church, at his club, at
home, lie never forgot the most trilling
details of his business; he knew and re
membered tliV pattern of every piece of
goods that had every beeii on his
shelves. Stewart belonged to the Cen
tury club, although he rarely visited its
rooms. The club once bought a carpet
of his people, and when it, had been
down for several months Stewart hap
pened to come in. He seemed to bo
greatly interested in the carpel, study
ing it attentively. "Where did yoi buy
that?" he demanded at last of the house
"At your place, I believe."
"Impossible!" rejoined the million
aire. "We never had that pattern in
block, We have had a pattern exactly
similar, except that tho-e jtt ! violet
flower were white."'
Tlie coinniitleeiiiati took the trouble
to hunt through hi vmi. h.i, mid pro.
duced a receipted bill o ,. 'J', Stewart
& Co. Mr. Stewart j-Iw.!, , js head,
'There is some mistakes," irViii; "the
little flowers on out cann'iin" were
It was found on inw-ti ihut the
little flowers had been vi,n,. ,S() ()r,,n.
Bively white nud spotiy to the eves of
some of the U'ttthetie in'iuhcr of (hp
club that Louis I.aing liad carefully
gone over them all with a still' biiisli
dipped in violet ink.
One of those conceited prigs' whovithw
nature only as it feeds and exhibits t hem
Is equally IX Ji'st with the inystorei.
off Hi mvm
TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNINQ. AUOUST 10. 1883.
Suicide Made Easy.
Let your liver complaint take its own
course and don't take Dr. Pierce's "Ooldon
Medical Discovery." Hold by druggist.
Squaring the Circle.
James Morton, a Philadelphia math
ematician, claims to havo solved tho
problem known as "squaring tho circle."
The solution of this problem of finding
the exact area of a circle has occupied
tho attention of mathematicians from
timo Immemorial. Mnny claimod to
have performed it, but their demonstra
tions have always failed to stand the
test. Tho nature of the problem places
it outside of the domain of arithmetical
calculation, but notwithstanding this ad
mitted fact, tho ratio between diameter
Btid circumference has boon carried out
to over six hundred decimal places. So,
by geometrical methods, Mr. Morton
thinks he has accomplished the quadra
ture of the circle. His recently pub
lished book contains the result of his in
vestigations on the matter, and much
other information on relative topics.
His solution, put in the form of a prop
osition, is as follows: "Tho square of
the diameter of any circle is to its area,
as the perimeter of a square described
on the diameter of the circle is to its
circumference; or conversely, the urea
of any circle is to thesquaro of its diam
eter, as the circumference of tho circle
is to the perimeter of a square-described
on its diameter."
Dr. It. V. Puree, HuflMo, N. Y : Dear Sir
My wife had suffered with "female weak
nesses" lor nearly three year. At times
she could hardly move, sho had such drag
ging pains. We often saw your "Favorite
IVnsriintion" advertised, but sutWosod like
most patent medicines it did not amount
to any thine;, but at last c.onciuueu to try a
bottle, which she did. It made her sick at
lirst, but it began to show its effect in a
marked improvement, and two bottles cured
her. Yours, etc., A. J. Hcyck, Deposit, N.
One of the Early Crop. 1
A colored while-washer who had for
a long time been begging a Michigan
avenue grocer to give him a cocoannt
wassurpised and delighted the other
day when a lino large specimen was
handed him with the remark:
"This is one of tho early crop and
ought to be good eating. Take it and
One of the "eyes" bad been opened
and the nut tilled with kerosene oil for
the occasion, and it was with considera
ble anxiety that tho grocer awaited re
turns. The next day the recipient hung
around for a spell after his usual fash
ion, and finally mustered up courage to
"When yon "in me dat cokernut yes
terday you sail? it was ono of do airly
"Whar' did it come from?"
"Africa, I believe."
"Do dev bu'n kerosene ilo oherdarP"
"I think they do."
"Den dat settles dat'." was the em
phatic assertion. "Dat air cokernut
was knocked off do tree by a lamp ex
plosliun, un' if dn rest of de har'l crow
ed on do same limb you has bin uadly
taken in an' dun fur!"
Ph. Pierce's "Pellets," or sugar-coated
granules tho original "little liver pills,"
(beware of imitations) cure sick and bil
ious headache, cleanse the stomach and
bowels, and purify the blood. To get gen
uine, see Dr. Pierce's signature ami portrait
on Government stamp. 25 cents per vial,
A fashionable novelty in perfumery
has been invented in Austria, and is
called "tho book of soap." Each loaf
is enough when torn out for one good
wash. The books vary in sizes; the
smaller are for the hands only, and are
no larger than pocket-books. Tho leaf
is Roaked in a basin of waler for threo
seconds, then il floats and is placed in
the centsr of the hand, where it soon,
with gentle friction, froths. A page of
soap Hounds strange, and stranger jet,
the so;i) is excellent; it is not unlike un
ivory tablet. Wo doubt if the invention
can ever become popular as an article
suitable for presenting. It is too sug
gestive. m &
An Ohio man unpinned a tidy from a
chair and wiped his noso upon it. It
takes an Ohio man to solve mysteries.
Now we know what in thunder a tidy is
for. A'tic lla nil Register.
It Won t Pay
after so much labor and capital has been
expended to build up this medicine, to
allow it to deteriorate. You can take Sim
mons Liver Regulator with perfect faith, as
it is made by no adventurers who pick up
tho business of concocting medicines, but
ly educated, practical druggists who have
made the study of medicine and its com
pounds the labor of a lifetime. The care,
precision, neatness aud perfection exhibited
by the very appearance of tho Regulator
proves it to bu tho best prepared medicine
in the market, aud J. II. Zcilin & Co. fully
carry out their motto: "Purissinir et Optima
(purest ami best)."
"Ficmai.k complaints" are the result of
impure blood. Use "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher." Sure cure.
The Portals of the Head,
the lips, allow the escape of a foul bn.ath
when the teeth are coated with impurities
or falling into decay through neglect. If
you would not well nigh nauseate your
irieuds and inspire strangers with disgust,
rid your month of such Augean odors by
purifying your teeth wilh Ho.odont, which,
if they are not past redemption, will revive
their pristine whiteness, and reinforce tho
shakier member of tho dental family.
Wk am persuaded that the ancient
Hermes with all the subtle art find natural
resources of the Alchemist, was a very poor
doctor compared with Mrs. Lydia E. Piuk
ham, of Lynn, Mass. Hermes may have
been after all only a clever practitioucr ol
the Black Art; but we know thcroisno
hum blur in tho nliarmnrnntical cllOUliutrV
Jot Mn. Piukhuin's Vegetable Couirmuud.
kins of the Fathers Visited on the Chil-
Ill !..!...... ..n.. tlmf B.rr,ril Inn. (o I r ni.
1 UyBlliitll-in any uiuh bviwiuiwuh .hiu, wttr
not bo eradicated; we deny it "in otta." If
you go through a thorough cousre of Bur
dock Wood Hitters, your blood will got as
pure as you can wish. Price $1.00 P. 0.
Halm in Gilt-ad.
There is a balm in Gilcad to heal each
In Thomas' Electric Oil, the remedy is
For internal and for outward use, you free
ly may apply it; ,
For all pain and inllaination, you should
not lull to try it.
It only costs a trifle, 'tis worth its weight
And by every dealer in the land this reme
dy is sold.
Tin- liight Soi t ofGent-ial.
Jacob Smith, Clinton street Bull' do,
says he bus used Spring Blossom in bis
family as a gem r il medicine tor cases of
indiecstion, bowels ami kidney complaint?
and disorders arising from impurities of
the blood ; ho speaks highly or its elliieacy.
Price 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents. P. (i
Years of isiifleiing.
Mis. Barnhait, cor. Pratt and liroidway,
Bulfilo, was for twelve years a sulferer
from rheumatism, and after trying every
known remedy without avail, was entire
ly cured by Thomas Electric Oil.
Virtue Aekiiowk- Iged.
Mrs. Ira Mulhobuid, Albmiy N. Y.,
Writes: "For several j eats I have sullered
from oft recruiting hillious headaches, con
stipation, dyspepsia, and complaints pecu
liar to my sex. Since useing your Burdock
Blood Bitters I am entirely relieved."
Price $1.00, Paul G. Hchuh agt.
Never Too Late to Mend.
Tims. J. Ardcn, William street, East
Buffalo, writes: "Your Spring Blossom
has worked on me soleudul. 1 had no
appetite; used to sleep badly aud get up in
the inoruing unrefreshed; my breath was
very offensive and I suflerod from severe
headache; since using your Spring Blossom
all these symptoms have vanished, and I
teel quite well. Price 50 cents trial bottle
10 cents. P. O. Hchuh agt.
J.F. Davis, of Portsmouth, Ohio, sold in
one year tourteen thousand boxes of "Sel
ler's Liver Pills." They cure nialuria.
. Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of .generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, It to Fust Ave., N. X. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Go to Paul G. Sehuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are uucqualed. Color
from a to a pounds. Directives it August:
and German, Price 15 cents.
Never Give Up.
If you aro suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany diseaso of a bilious
nature, by all mcaus procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will bo surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life ; strength
and activity will return; pain and miseiy
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (5)
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
('olds, havo been given away an trial bottles
of the large size. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to tho proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry V.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Tho Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Mothers 1 Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
tecth'f- If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little sulferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to uso in all cases, ami
pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians mid nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. !i5 cents a bottle.
PiieKlen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed togivo per
fect satisfaction, orniomy refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Gico. E
Ph. Ki.imc's Gkkat Nkhvk Rkstoiiku is
the marvel of the age for all nerve diseases.
All Ills stopped fiee. Send to DIM Arcll
street, Philadelpia, Pil,
Personal! To Men Only!
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic Bells and Electric Applicauco on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are alllicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindrud
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and manly vigor, Ad
dress as above, M. B.-NnriBk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
pR. KLINE'S GREAT
IlKlMH.t- till n i:iv .i IVt.i T.V.-l..
'ITS "'."'"l"" "''' ww. TrHM
ti trll hoiil. (,, t fit OmmUv r.Tini rtprtM
thtri M on l.,h.ti r.r,i,rt. tW4 iii'mM.rdu'l
Chills and Fever.
Hlmmoin Uvur Hoga
tutor miou lircaka the
chilli aud rnrrlu tlm
frvur out ol tliu HBtelll.
licnma when all otlier
V-t tlio relief and euro
oftlilB dlHtroHnliiK din
cam UHe Simmons J,iv
TllH RirHllntnr will nndttivolv rllr.l Oils t. .plVJn
dinunHB. wo BBMurt emphatically what we linqw to
utiouhl not be regarded an a trllllni? allincut. TJa-
mi u m-in (i huh me uimoBl regularity or the linA-ula.
Therefore ttsnlnt UAture by taking Himmons Llvei
ncgiiiaior. u is liarnik'HH, mild uuu cllectuul.
One or two Inlileniioniiniln will relieve nil the
troiilili'M liu-lilcnt to it bllioim Hlntu, hiii-Ii an Nhuhoh
l)i.,liK'rM. nrowHiucHH, I lifireeH altur eutlne, n bit
ter bud tat-tu in the mouth.
I'l rnniif Innv avoid all HltHiki. bv orrnHi,,iiitllv
taking h done of SinimoiiB j.ivur Hrg'ul.uor to kr
the liver In healthy action.
RAD JJRI-jATJ I!
generally ariaing frim a dlNorderi d Hoinndi, rai
ne corrueieu o niKiug iMiiuniuia Liver lieguiaior.
Hummus l.lver Hernial r pooh eradlcatea thle din
eaae Iroiii tne HjBli-m, leaving the akin clear and
free front all I u imrilii B
C " 1 1 i : . 1 1 n sull'erli L' wild mlic pooh experience re
lli-l wiii-ii s mi ii t ii n I ivi r Iti guiiilor ia i!niihlitt.r
I'd, AdilMit hIno derive creat turn-Ill lien, tl.i
meillrine. ItiHIiol iinplcaratit ; It ia Inn inli-ni-and
eileolivt). 1'i.n-iy vi gi labia.
IKiADDKltitiil DN E Y
MokI of i he dire ii-en ol thu bladder original" Iron:
thore ol ibe kldnt) b. Uepioreilie net ton of the
liver lolly and both the kidin'jB anil blai:dr wit
tTake onlv the genuine, which always hax or
the wrapper the red Z trade uiHrk nud Hlgnauire o
Korenlv by all drugt'Uts.
Pain Cannot Stav Where
It Is Used.
UliiiemallBiii Ih cured by
THOMAS' ECLBCTItlC OIL,
Alaineback of night years standing wan positive
ly cured by M rents worth of
TAOMAS' EC'LECTKIC OIL
Commou lore throut Is cured with one doto of
THOMAS' Kt'LECTKIC OIL,
Coughi' and colds an-cured by
THOMAS' ECI.KC'TKIC OIL,
All throat and lung diseases are cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTHIC OIL
Asthma is cured by
THOMAS' Kt'LECTKIC OIL.
Iiurul aud frost bites are relieved at once by
THOMAS' KCLtCTKIC OIL.
Always gives satisfaction.
Sold by Medicine Pealers everywhere.
Price 50c. and $1
Y0STEK, MILIJURS & CO., Prop'ru.
Buffalo. N. Y.
r FKANK TOOAIEY,
AUSNT FonTUK SALS Ol
Baxteu steam knoixE
Colt's Disc Engine
ami Marine Engines
RNfilN'KS A SPECIALTY.
FARM ENGINES, MACHINISTS'
OF ALL KINDS, BELTING,
Pulleys and General SujiiiHoh.
N. l;il, North Third Hlruut,
1'JlIl.AOKL.riI A l'A.
A New and laimimiln Hotel, fronting on Levwu
Second and llBllroad Blreetg,
Tb t-nstenger D"pot of thu Chicago, HI. I.iiiiIb
at .lew Orlsansi llllnol" Central; Wabash. Ml.
Louis Hnd Pacific i lion Moiintulii and Monlliurn,
Mobllnnnd Ohio; Cairo and 8t. Louia Kanwayi
are all Just acruM lliu street ; whllo thu rilcaiiMoat
Landlnu la lint nnu miuaro distant.
This Jlnti'l Is heated hy steam, baa steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevator, Kim trie Call Bella,
AiiUimatlc Klru-Alarma. Baths, ahaolutely pure air,
iiorluut HWragu and toinpletu uppolntnumls.
Buperb fiiruisbtuttsi I'erfecl aervleei and anna
zcullrd Utile .
L. I. PAHICKlt Ac CO.,LjaAw
THE LAIKJEST AND BEST
THE ONLY HII'PODIIOME IN AMERICA
IS COMING TO
OAI.RO, Saturday, August 19th,
W. C. C
New United Monster Shows. )i Full ("ircus Coniiiiinies :
Iu'.Fuur.lmmi'iise ring. Museum. M'-nagerie, llallol Fietues. Sea Aiiarluin, Ati'.oin.itlc Museum,
(.nat World's Fair, lowh ch has Wt.-ly been added the
Aud Itoman Collaenm.
A COLOSSAL AI'IUTIIKATUK requirinij SEVENTY-FIVE CENTRE I'oI.ES
As large s tho-e n:d Id ordinary three mid four pole tents, seating twelve thousand p -rs.ina and cov
ering an area of eight acres, with a half inile ra--e track forty feet w de, on whb h wi I h- i'ivf n a n-lvr-Hon
olllIHl' iDIMMK I! AC KS. S IKK r'l.K ( HVsKS. lll'Kllt.K ll(ES. (.11, M) I'lturKSMuN
OK THE NATIONS, OLAlil A ' OKI AL CONTKMS, OLYMPIAN OAMK.S, and Orand lloninn Char-
lot r esw ith
20 LOVELY LADY CIIAMOTEEUS 20
In friendly rivalry Tit the stiiilcs of the audience an 1 the hlghcit honors of the arena, lb-m.-mlier
that the expenses of the Hippodrome alone, each itav ar" greater than the entire rapens.-s of ut other
bhow lora whole week. Any other alio advertising a "IMPPoDHoM K" Is a fraud ol the rlr-i water
and the public will knnw exactly what value to place on the promises mr-dc by em h re kie, coLmrtis'
In addition to tho great Paris Hippodrome Coup a Monsters bowi I're.ei,t
1 Ml.'.r.VIl.t.V'S! n l
WM. DUUHOW'S KUVAL LONDON' ClkCHS
;..uiCQUP's NOVKI, KQUKSUUUKlCHJr.lJM
- Wilh ITS tlral cla-s performers. KKANK MELVILLE, tha great lle boise rbb-r. WILLIAM
Dl CltOW, th.i terillic hurriraiif rider M'LLK .1 EAK N E. the most beautiful and Uar.ng lady bare
. l a' k rider In the world.
A. .MA CrjNT 1 1 LCLiST T'L Il KjSTA G JII I K
THE CELEIUJATED "15UONC110S-
THE LEAl'IMi HORSE "NETTLE'
AJS" IMMINSIC MUSJi:UiMJ
With the grand historical tableaux ol thu
ASSASSINATION PRESIDENT GA1UTEL1
With live hundred life like statues, ami the Identical clothes which Unites wore and tho suit h'
wore during the trial. '
11 O Y A L- THE HUMAN CANNON 1SAL1
Slint I'nmi a Monstor Cannon Loaded with Powder j
Anil sent flying through the itlra dlsiance ofseyenty tlve feut.and caught In thu arms of a woman, tui
peiided head How award from a lofty trapece,
M , , 'I -1.1 T f I A In her terillic hiiadloreinosl dive fnmi the iMiiiiinl
I 1 1 -J 1 'J S2.J 1..J 1 . of theiinipbltlieaire I
In her astounding leaps from the ground to tue MipmoBt helglils of the centro poV, In her Mr Ilk'
flight across thu entile leuglli ofthe pavllloi: ,
Ano.h.-rSu ) A M L () Y A L K tt'i
and aerial raeeon a slnglii wire fifty luet aliovo Ihe heads of tho audlen.ie ' r.
1'rof. White's J)oj; (Micus
U-5,'"Prolli'sHor Roll ri'H
TBA.I N ML)
With Its sen llutis, sea leopard, elephata, and nmnsli" of Km deep. M
iV.JVJtr'HVffrVtA BAL00N UACE
t'nless pruvunted hy storms, will he given every day tho two balloons, Jupiter ami Venus, will bu i-
louse, andai Ihey liniiiul Into tlin clouds
MADAME KSTELLH ST. CLAIR AND SIGNOll MONTI EIORt, will porCnrni
aiirifs of iVatH on a Bwiii,'iiiL' tiHie,i'. A urand froo exliiliition and '.
( 0 K K 0 U S 0 V E N A I K P A ft A D I
W ill bout vm )t ween f'l ntifl lOnVlnok
l.-'or lull dencilMioii ot which sun small hill aud advance courier
Kxciiraioti Traina on all Railrnnila at Great Ir Ri-ilnccd Hatea
DttMllM OPRN ATI AND7I-.M. PKIvFOHMANt'E AN lldt'lt t.ATK
Prices as Usual Children
Kesnrvi'd seal th kets can ba purchased at a small advanro at tlm stitrance.
POSLT1VI0LY JSTQ FKEE t r.V l.C3vlSrl
20 camp lui lowers niiowci.uji- will auy amoiing
SHOW IN THE WOULD
nfleruoou n cveiilnglj
O U P ' s
1,' a '1' A . . - . ,r. i : . . . . roiinnc.
vHI - : mM A
aud Canine Conimediiin
Brazilian Pony Circiis..(:-J i
Hj I j lj PHANTS
Under Nino Years Halt'-Pric
orswiuunuK gumcs do punuiuou ou tuu i,iuu'