As one of the world's oldest trade magazines -- dating back to 1894 -- the Billboard archive is an invaluable historical record on American culture and its revolutionary entertainment industry. Welcome then to .Biz's regular From The Archive column, which delves into content from our 119 year history. This week: volume 20, issue No. 46 from Nov. 14 1894, when our publication, then called "The Billboard," covered "Theatre, Circuses, Parks & Fairs" and cost a whopping 10¢. Here are taciturn circus elephants, skating rink news, "equilibrists" like The Two Franks, Wurlitzer ads and even references to the 31st Presidential election between William H. Taft and William Jennings Bryant.