The Bad Boy Puts Fly-Paper in the Bob Cat’s
Cage—The Bob Cat Causes a
Panic in the Main Tent—The Midget Quarrels with the Giant—Pa is Almost
Arrested for Kidnapping and the Ostrich Swallows His Diamond Stud.
The Circus Has A Yellow Fever Scare—The
Bad Boy and His Dad Dress Up as
Hottentots—Pa Takes a Mustard Bath and Attends a Revival Meeting.
Pa Tales the Place of the Fat Woman with Disastrous Results—A Kentucky Colonel Causes a Row—Pa Tries to Roar Like a Lion and the Rhinoceros Objects—Pa Plays the Slot-Machine and Gets the Worst of It.
The Bad Boy feeds Cayenne Pepper to the Sacred Cow—He and His Pa Ride in a Circus Parade With the Circassian Beauties—A Tipsy Elephant Lands Them in a Public Fountain—Pa Makes the Acquaintance of John L. Sullivan.
The Bad Boy and His Pa Drive a Roman Chariot—They Win the Race, but Meet With Difficulties—The Bearded Lady to the Rescue—A Farmer’s Cart Breaks Up the Circus Procession.
The Bad Boy and His Pa in a Railroad Wreck—Pa
Rescues the “Other
Freaks”—– They Spend the Night on a Meadow—A Near-Sighted Claim Agent
Settles for Damages—Pa Plays Deaf and Dumb and Gets Ten Thousand.
The Bad Boy Causes Trouble Between the Russian Cossacks
and the Jap
Jugglers—A Jap Tight-Rope Walker Jiu Jitsu’s Pa—The Animals Go on a
Strike—Pa Runs the Menagerie for a Day and Wins Their Gratitude.
The Circus Strikes the Quaker City—They
Go on a Ginger Ale Jag—Pa
Breaks Up an Indian War Dance and Comes Near Being Burned Alive—The
World’s Fair Cannibals Have a Roast Dog Feast.
A Newport Monk Is Added to the Show—The
Bay Teaches Him Some “Manly
Tricks”—The Tent Blows Down and a Panic Follows—Pa Manages the Animal
Act Which Ends in a Novel Manner.
The Bad Boy Feeds the Menagerie Scotch Snuff—Pa
Gets Mauled by the
Sneezing Animals—Pa Takes a Midnight Ride on a Mule to Escape
A Senator’s Son Bets the Bad Boy That Elephants
Are Cowards—They Let a
Bag of Rats Loose at the Afternoon Performance—The Elephants Stampede,
Pa Fractures a Rib and General Pandemonium Reigns.