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Equine Paradox

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Day
3
Month
August
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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The most Marvelons, Interestin-. Instrnetive and Reflned Exhibition of th age and the only ome of the kind ia the werld0FER& EQÜSS, UI &BB0R, MIGE. OrfE WEEK 8!Perforniauce, Commenoiag MONDÁY} AÜGCST20. Maaager J. D. Mishler has the honor to present PROF. GEO. BARTHOLOMHW'S 24-EDUCATED HORSES-24 DO EVERYTHING BUT TALK Erory Evtniag at 8 o' dock. ! Two Afternoon Performances. Wednesaay-Saturday, 2:30 At the Wedoeeday Matinee, each lady will b presented with a handsome souvenir paletteo Nellie. Recenion by all the horses on the stag after the performance, to which ladies an chlldren are speeially invited SPECIAL PR1CES: Admission 35 cents, lteserved seats, 5O cts, Gallery 25 cents Forsale for all of the8 performance at "Wahr's tock store, onand after Saturday, 18. Matinee's doors open 1:30. Commenceat 2:3 Evening doors open at 7:15. Commeuee at 8 Performance over at ten. Afternoon perform anee same as evening. The liorsea wlU mak a parade oer the principal streets.leaving th EyuíNE Palace Cabs at twelve o'cloek ftlon day. Should the weather be unfavorable th parade wil] be made onTuesday. The publi are invited to inspcct the larg-est, most costl and most complete cars ever built for horses between 2 and 4 P. M., Tuesday or Thursday

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Ann Arbor Argus
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