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ulïs Col. W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) will positively appear Afternoon and Evening. PIÍFFALO PÍLUS WÍLp West (COL. W. F. CODY) AND Gongpess of Rough Riders of the World. An exact duplicate, iñan for man and horse for horse, of the exhibitions given at the Columbian World's Fair at Chicago in 1893; all sunimer in New York in 1894, and in löcfrincipal cities of the East in 1895. First appear PRODUCING anee here since -V c this New, En#f oomething larged Greater - ., . ,1, MW; ., World's Diorama JT% ; - NeW of Human ■ jiCíl ' ' Y est won its pre(WWmM Undep the mier right to the k ! I KiÊmsk added title of ' v iy'b As SUD Connress - ■'f ■" of ife a Canvas __ . lsi iSf. And totally unhke anything Riders ! J'&oyïüifoaiL@inLiL else on earth i...Yi '.F CC DY MILITARY 1TATI0ITS OP TO-DAY Demonstrated by Detachments of Veteran Cavalryrnen, who have seen Actual Service Under the Colors of the United States, England, France and Germany, And back to the Primitive Rover and Normandie Races, to whom their countries would be, without the horse, as the ocean without the ship. All üfficially Recognized by their Governments as Thoroughly Representative of their Class. AN ORIGINAL PROGRAM OF .... 4--' ' iN% IT CAN NEVER BE DUPLICATED OR SUCj5 CESSFULLY COUNTERFEITED. Excels anything '"kfimjè heretofore conceived or executed at either individual {„ly J yjfp ' or Governmental Fètés or Public Expósitions. 0Ênt THE SHOW OF SHOWS Jll 100 IUDIA1T WAUEJORS ÍWÍpM elêb Ogallalla, Brule, Uncapappa, Sioux, Cheyenne and 1 r Arapahoe Tribes. yyffii}Èli$ 50 American Cowboys. sÈk Wvi 30 Mexiean Vaqueros and Ruralies. y&L[ 30 South American Gauchos. Si 5 Western Frontiersmen, Marksmen, Etc. tfk ÍmP 25 Bedouin Arabs. ,O3i)vi 20 Russian Cossacks of the Caucasus. JSJ %W& detachments or % United States Cavalry Jlti'5?mi ya Irish-Ejiglish Laneers, Freneh Chasseurs, %j)p) Germán Cuirassiers, Petit Corps D'Armee. J4JÍ5Íb3ÍS a" under the Command of 1 COL. W. F. CODY-BUFFALO BILL. lll i1' The Last of the Bnffalo ! XSfcsH Only Herd on Exhibition! THIS ENORMOÜS OUTFIT IS TRANSPORTED IN SPECIAL - RAILH0AD - TRAINS Carrying all the Paraphernalia Necessary to Govered Graijd Stiaqá, Seatiqg 20,000 Persons Assuring Períect Protection f rom SCJN OR RAIN. On the Day of Arrival there will be given a FREE - STREET - CAVALOADE At 10 A. M., by Detailed Detachments from each División (Wild Horses. BufFalo, Cattle, etc., necessarilv guarded in camp), "So that Ho who Runs may Read, The maren wlU oe enlivened by TIÍIÍEE MAGNIFICÍ3NT BANDS of M-UW1C, led by the Famed, World-traveled BUFFALO BILL'S COWBOY BAND At Night, a iirilliant Electric Display by the Larscst Portable Doublé Electric Plant of 200,000 Candle Power yetconstructed íor any similar puroose. Two '"'ircLiits, ensunng a Perfeetly Reïiable Illumination, making MüflT AS LIGHT Ab DAT. TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY, RAIN OR SHINE. Afternoon at 2 o'clock; Night at 8 o'clock. Doors Open an Hour Earlier Night as light. as day and as complete in detail. General Admission, 50c. Children Under 9 Years, 25c, Numbered coupons, actually reserved seats, will be sold on the day of exhibition at Brown's Drug Store, coruer Main and Hurón streets.


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