CHILDREN AT THE FAIR
The children of the Public Schools come in droves and armies to the Fair now, every day, by invitation of the management. The children be longing to the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum visited the Pavilion yesterday, and the pupils of the Mason Street Public School, to the number of eight or nine hundred, filed into the building during the after noon. A strong force of Teachers and exhibitors has to be on hand on occasions like these, to keep Young America from getting ground up in the machinery.
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