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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1873.
The f treat Torntiito.
unscnirnos ahd tiiiiili.ino incidents.
Juit after tills hailstorm the sun came out,
anil was shining brightly. It was about
twenty minutes after two o'clock when tho
residents near Lancaster heard a low rum
ble, which sounded llko tho nolso of distant
cannon or tho roar of n railroad train among
tho hills. On looking to tho southwest n
thin vertical streak of darkish cloud was
seen against a clear sky, which, as it came
nearer grow louder in its complaining and
deeper in Its hue. It advanced apparently
at an avcrago speed of forty'inllcs an hour,
occupying a inlnuto or a nilnuto and a half
in its passage. In width it covered a spaco
of about' eighty rods) Us height was com
paratively. Inconsiderable. It was, In fine,
a whirling column of wind, given a color
and almost a consistency by tho dust and
water with which It was laden. Its passage
was accompanied by frequent electrical dis
charges, though tho lightning was more fre
quent and notable than tho thunder, and
after it camo a flood of rain, whoso fury no
experience in tho State can parallel. Where
it was prairie or ploughed land the earth
was left a pool of water, and the streams
were swollen Into torrents that raged within
thoir old channels with the fury of so many
small Niagaras, swallowing up overhanging
banks and wooded knolls.
Thu tornado first declared itself n liltleto
the west of Lancaster, Keokuk county. Of
the score of houses there it hardly Iclt one
standing. Thence traveling to the north
east, it passed abovo Talleyrand and south
of Kiota, fortunately avoiding the village,
hut laying wntc the Uerman settlement
three miles away. It then left the earth for
a dlstancu of nine miles, and swooped down
again In Washington county, fie or six
miles tu the north and west of Washington
town. It ploughed a furrow of ruin heie
about eight miles long, then leaped Into the
air at Highland township, d.ishing to earth
again in Midland township. This was the
expiring effort of Its rage.
m,TIiu path of ruin thus traced win about
thirty miles in length. In no place did it
exceed a quarter of a mile in width, nnd oc
casionally it narrowed itself to n hundred
yards or so. Its course was so precisely
defined that at one point a farmer's barn's
were swept away ami the trees in Ills yard
uprooted, while bis house, though but thir
ty feet away, was lelt untouched. The
Iowa tornado did not content itself by flat
tening houses anil barns intu lumber heaps.
It strikes a building, and the building van
ishes as if it had been blown up by gun
powder, and only a ragged pit where the
cellar once wns is left.
Not far from Wasbigton town is the most
accessible scene of disaster. Here the
storm swooped down upon some dozen
bouses, the residences of wealthy farmers,
and swept them from the face of the earth us
if with tho besom of destruction. Mr. L'un
ningham's house and barn were blown into
splinters and carried away, but the storm
compensated for tho theft by a shower of
sluvereil wood, boards una ratters, which
fell In the fields, and, sticking there, made
the farm look liku a fretful porcupine.
There was butlittlu Imagination lequlred to
make one believe that he stood at Agin
eourt, Crcey or FloiMen, on a battle ground
where tho terrible clothvard shafts of the
archers had fallen thick as hail. Some of
these fragments were embedded In two feet
of clay, and defied tho strength of man to
remove them. Old farmers say that in some
localities it will bo impossible to proceed
witli cultivation untit these cumbcrcrs of
the ground shall have rotted. Many of
tneso rutlo darts bore their billet, lor nogs
wero found pierced in their vital parts, and
several fowls were pinned to the ground by
these shafts shot by the archers ot the air
Some of the fowls were found dead witli
but few feathers upon them, the feathers
having been chafed off while tho birds were
whirled about in the storm amid the myri
ads ol abrading substances. There were
four persons in the house, women and
children, who were only slightly injured,
though the wind took tho house away, nnd
sucked them out of the cellar m which they
had taken refuge. To crown all, the largo
granary near tho house was unroofed, and
several hundred bushels of grain poured
lroni it into the cellar of the house, as neat'
ly as if it had been dono by an elevator.
Two invalid children, who hnd been put
into a feather bed for security, were saved,
tiiousii tho wind carried them fitly or sixty
yards nwnr and covered them up with
splinters and straw. There was not n tree
left in tho orchard. Tho wind shelled the
car corn in the cribs and scattered It every
where. Halt a ilozcn tatted cuttle, wiitcn
were awaiting tho butcher, were blown into
n swamp, and ono had tho whole of its
head aud neck driven into the earth.
'A cornsheller, weighing some blx hun
dred pounds, was blown some hundred aud
Mr. itnlirnrk'sliniisn and barns weit: car.
lied away. With the furniture went $300
in bills nnd S1.600 in notes. The apple
trees wero torn out by hundreds, and a lot
of locust trees, some tour lcet in circum.
ferencc, broken, off us neatly ns If n saw
had been used to cut them through jubt
nlxive the ground.
Mr. Henry Walters' farm was swept
clean. A cook stove was blown hal f a mile
Aniomr tho other serious or curious inci
dents may lxj mentioned the wicckhujof
Mr. Waters' house and the probably fatal
wounding of his mother by u broken Imaril
that penetrated lier linen: 1110 mowing 01
a teamster, named linker, his wagon nnd
teams, clean over a fence ; tho uprooting
of some tombstones In a cemotery, near
Lancaster; tho abstracting ot wou in
giecnbacks, which an economical Uerman
woman had hidden in tho roof of her house.
and tho completo destruction of a large
flock of bheep at tho same place, which
were tossed up into tho nlr-tlll, ns an eye
witness afllrmcd, they "looked like so
Ot all tho terrible death, though it was
mercifully instantaneous, that ol' Mrs. En-
Kierdiuge, who liven iiiiout live nines troni
Kiota, was tho most horrible. She was
sick In lied with her baby when tho storm
fame on nnd blew tho houso away. As it
rose two or three of the larger timbers must
have been driven against her bed with the
swiftness of cannon balK Ono cut the
ton of tho child s head off nnd cnrrled nwav
part of the brain. Two others struck the
uutortunalc woman in the abdomen and
neck, broke her into fragments, us if she
had been torn asunder by four wild horses
or mown irom a cannon, inu legs and in
ferior portions of the trunk went one way;
part of the chest, the stomach and ono arm
another i the other arm was torn off and
found sticking In u bank of sand, and tho
head, neck aud a fragment of the bust were
found a long distance from the other ghast
ly idles of humanity. The total Toss is
variously estimated in money at $175,000
to iftlOO.OOO, including thhty-fhe houses,
1,200 sheep, 2,500 hogs, 100 bead of cattle
forty horses and all the crops along the
track of the storm. The list of killed and
wounded Bhows twelve persons dead and
twenty-nine wounded. Detailed reports
nave yet to come in ironi ivcokuk county
and several of tho wounded cannot lecover,
so mat trom eigiiieen to ttvoniy-iivo name
will probably lie on the death roll.
A very singular murder wns icqently
committed upon ono of the Irish railroads.
The conductor of n night train, noticing
that his train wus slackening its speed,
went to the locomotive to scu what hail
happened, and found neither tho engineer
or tiio fireman umiii tliu engine, lie nt
onco stopped tho train, nnd upon investiga
tion', found tho engineer lying dead ,somo
distance in the rear, with n fearful wound
in Ids head. 'Shortly afterward tho fireman
made his appearance, nnd stated that, they
had hod a quarrel, and that during tho
struggle,-he struck tho engineer, and both
fell from tho engine. Fortunately) tho
speed of the train In some manner was
slackened or a most appalling disaster
might have taken plnco. Such a possibility
as this la not, a very pleasant consideration
for railroad travelers. Engineers and lire
men who' hayp troublo with each other
would display moro consideration If they
would walt for tho' first station and their
settlo It, rather than knock each other off
tho engine, and leave a train to go on Its
way with no ono to control it. Railway
traveling has dangers enough now-a-tlays
growing, put of .careless conductors' aud
other cause wltlvout having this now dan
gcr. added." A locomotlvo cab Is tho best
place in tile world in which to keep one's
ATES' HOUSE CORNER.
MASON X .1EHKOWSKI
Hato Just opened the largest stock ot
0 L () T H I N 0
Kvcr brought to Vermont. Cast ott your old
clothes and buy ono ol our
NTVr.isit tii'iuxa sun:.
We linu them for all prices and will sell any
thing In our line
i'vventy ri:u cunt, ciieapkh
-i'i. .... ,,1.ef t.,rn 111 tlinHllltf. Don't CO tO
a store where their stock lias been handled
over, J car after year, Cumcwhcroevcrytliliigts
FUESIl AND NEW-NOTHING 01.11.
A glance at our stock of
HUNTS' FURNISHING GOODS
will r ninliii p mil Hint the Hales' Houso Corner
More Is the only place where ttie stock of these
goods are complete.
uwiv ash nnxrs" thavhuxh hags
of cvciy description.
HATS AND CAPS
Ale a trailing aitlcle Willi us, and this ac-
coiiuis iui uur
Of every stjlc and price. If you wish anything
In our line, call nnd get our prices; they will
com luce ton where to buy.
MASON A .IKHKOWSKI.
i:i Mci chants' How, under the Hates' House,
H i '1 '-i '1 H H
rni.MK TESTS THE MEItlTS OF ALL
1810 Fur Out Thirty Yen. 187!!.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER
lias been tested In every variety of climate, nnd
by almost eter.t nation known to Americans.
It Is the constant companion and Inestimable
friend nt the missionary and the traveler, on
the sea or laud, and no one should travel on our
lakes or rivers, without It.
Slncu tho I'ulh-Klllcr was llrst Introduced.
and met with such extensive sale, mahyLlul-
niciiis, iicut'is, ruiiuccus, unu oilier jteiuuuies,
have been ollered to tho public, but not one of
tlicmlins attained the truly entlnble standing
of the Paln-Kltler.
why is this so?
It Is because Darts' I'alu-Killer Is what It
claims to be, u l!clteerof rain. Its meiltsaie
If you are SAitTcrlng from Internal pain, twen
ty to thirty drons In a little water will nlniost
Instantly cure you. There Is nothing to equal
n, ior uouc, uramps( apusms, iieun-uurn, inur
II. ni, jjj Bi'iiiei v, riu.i. , um u, inu nun tw.
Sour stomach, Djspcpsla, Sick Headache, etc.
In sections of the country where
FEVElt AND AGUE
Prevails, tlieio Is no remedy held In greater es
teem, l'ersons tr.wcllnsr should keep it by
them. A few drops, In water, will prevent sick
ness or bowel troubles from change of water.
From foreign countries the culls for rain
Killer are creat. It Is found to cure Cholera
when all other remedies full.
w lien used externally, as a liniment, nothing
Ives nulcker enso In burns, cubs, bruises.
sprains, stings trom Insects, nnd senlds. It
removes uiu in e, aim uiu ivuunu neuis use. orui.
nary sores. Those sufTerlnir with Ulieumattsm.
(lout or Ncuralglu, It not n positive cure, they
llnd tho raln-Klller gives them relief when no
other remeny win.
ii. gives instant reuci irum uciiiug icciu.
Every housekeeper should keep It at hand.
and apply It on tho llrst nttnek of any pain. It
will gno sutlsrnciory relief, and save hours oi
op not. iriue wiiu jourscives uy testing un
tried remedies. Ho bttro you call fornnd get tho
genutuo l'aln-Klller, as many worthless nos
trums aro attempted to be sold on tho great
icpiiuiuoil ot wns vuitinuiu incuiciiic.
elf Directions nccomrany each bottle,
l'rlco 25 cents, Ml cents, and $1 per bottle,
FUNNY BIDE OF PHYSIC.
SUO PAULS, i!A) ENOKAVINGS.
A stai tltii'-r expose ot Medical Humbiies of the
past and present. It ventilates (marks, Impos
iors, Traveling Ductors, Patent Mcdlclim ven
ders, rsoica remiuu clients, f ortune Tellers
and Mediums and git en Interesting accounts ot
noted Physicians and niiirutltes of their lltes.
It rcteals startling secrets, and Instructs all
how to avoid the Ills which ilesh is heir tn.
We glto excluslto territory and liberal commis
sions, tor cimunrs mm terms auuress the
publishers, J. n. ui'iiit s. iiydi:,
lluitford, Conn., or Chicago, 111.
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Twelto hundred pases nnd coo engratlngs,
printed In English and Uermnii. Written by
iwenty eminent nuthois, including John 11.
(lough, Hon. Leon fuse, Edward Howland, Itev,
E. Edwin Hall, l'hlllii Illplcy, Albert llrlsbane,
Horace (Ireelcv. V. 11. 1'eiklns. etc.. pin.
Thts w oi k Is a completo history of nil branches
of Industry, processes ot manufacture, etc.. fn
all ages. It fn a complete encjctoiicdm of urts
and iiiiinuractiues, and is tlm most entertain
ing and vnluablo work of Information on sub
jects ot general Interest cter ollered t the
public. We L'lvu our iieents the exclusive rl.-ht
ot territory. Ono of our agents sold 133 copies
In eight ila) u, another sold SM copies la two
weeks, our agent tn Hartford sold 897 In ono
week. Hieclniens of tho work sent to agents
on receipt of stamp. For circulars nnd terms to
intents address the publishers, J. II. HUItlt S
nt iiiiinriioro, conn., or nncago, ill.
UNC1VILIZKI) RACES OF MEN
IN ALL COl'NTltlES OF THE WOULD.
llelng a comprehensive account of their man.
ners nnd customs, unit of their physical, social,
tueiiiui, inurui aim rcnKiuus euarncterisiics.
Ilv ltKV. J, O, Wood, M. A., l I 8.
Five hundred engravings, 1,600 Super Itoyal
wiui, u )uki-ei, in mu luiuincs, ur
two tulumes In one.
Airenls nro innklni? over Sinn r,fr wiwie in kf.ii.
lag (Ids woik. An early application will sccuro
a eholco of territory. For terms address the
J. 11. UUItll & HYDE,
HAUTFOIID, CONN., OK CHICAGO, IIX.
JJ R. OYER,
NO. lii MI511CIIANTS' HOW, '
Iron and Lead l'ine, l'ortable and stationary En
Ull-U.ll, IUIIU UUUtylU;rU 1'UIUIIS I
rather and ltubber Belting i ltubber llosoand
Packing; ltubber Overcoats, Gloves and Mit
tens; Steam and Water Gauges ; Water, Steam
and (las Fittings, and Fixtures, all kinds ; Flax
and Hoonstono Packing; Cotton Waste, J'lumb-
STEAM, WATElt AND OAS FITTING
Dono at short notice, and at prices adapted to
Itutlaml, May 1, 1873
Q A. PARKHURST & CO.,
Intensive Dealers In
FOltKION AND DOMESTIC DltY (100DS,
And a complete, nssorlmcnt ot
NOTIONS AND SMAI.I. W'AHKS,
33 MKItCIIANTS' HOW 1HITI.ANI), VTJ
WVtnke pleasure In liifonnlnz the trudlnc
Public that It Is our aim to keep I tie best select
ed Stock uf Hoods In our line to be found In the
Slate, WV are constantly replenishing our
sheltes with the punctual Staple Notellles of
(lie Mcasou, musing our j;sinuiisuineni tuk
nv.T fiii intii Itili't'esl fiiitii ivlileti In nilriliniui
your DllV GOODS,
We have the llest llargnlns In
D 11 ESS GOOD S,
II E A V T I F f L SI L K S.
An extenslto nssoiinii iit ot
Tor Men and Ilojs' wear.
KIDS at flam, tl.ir., 51.Ni, !.: Per Pair.
Call for the JACtJltKI.lNE COItSKT best lltfliig
Our prices are sine to give satisfaction.
C. A. FAltKIIUKST CO.,
gPRINO GOODS. SPUING GOODS.
KINSMAN A- ltdss
Wish to say to the nubile that the.v have now
upcu lur iiispecuou iuu iji'sl lino ui npnii
Goods I hey eter ottered.
llOSIEItY, GLOVES, Ac.,
An elegant line ot
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
IIL'TTEIHCK'S CEI.EIlltATED PATTERNS,"
Pal and examine our new line of goods.
Yours respect fully,
KINSMAN . Itost,
myld3m No. a Merchants' ltow, itutlaml.
Q.EO. W. HILLIARD,
37 MERCHANTS' HOW .
jilO.OOO IN DRY GOODS ! ! !
Largest assortment of DI1ESS goods in
frt) DHTeient Stjlo DItESS (100DS-'J5 caits
IoH.iki per yard.
100 pieces AI.PACCAS and HIIILI.IANTEEYS
All Shades ot IltlSH POPLINS.
Assortment of JAPANESE POPLINS
Son Dinerciit style SHAWLS,
loo pieces Cloths for Suits and Hoy's Wcnr.
M O UU N I N G (5 O O D S
HED TA11I.E DAMASK,
IWHITK TA11I.E DAMASK,
Hf-Nonc should full to givo us a call bcfoie
37 Merchants' ltow, .
gUH T & S II E R M A N
orrer another lot of thoso elegant
Nine qualities In Stewart's Household Ilrands,
We., value "Be.; toe., vnluo 7fte.; Nie., value 7ne,
us yards for J12.vi.
NEW DIIESS GOODS
for Hie Twcnty-llvo Cent counter.
I.O110 vnnls .
4-4 Striped and Polka Dot Percale, 18c. One to
(en yarn pieces, vaiuov&c.
Patent liloomlng Hlack Mohair, rM., one., roc.
Aus. Craiw. Tamlse, 0-4 Wool Delaine, Cretone
i-urisiciiiic, iioimmzinc, jirnp ue 'rue,
Satlne. Canton Grenadine.
loo doz. Puro Linen Handkerchiefs, oyc.
Scarfs and Striped Ottoman Shawls of tho
Alexandre's Kid Gloves, one, two and threo
One-half, Three-fourths and Full Hose, la iron
irame, tor muies, misses aim emmren.
NEW GOODS AliE CONSTANTLY' UKING
It la next to lmnosslblo to mention a stxtiAntli
part of our stock In tho small space of quarter
ot a column, come and look over the stock at
Tho larcrest. lightest and best located store.
and finest variety ot Dry Goods, this side ot the
largo cities. All from A. T. Stewart & Co., the
lowesii pneu jtouse, uesi goous, anu most. reua
uiu urui iu mo ivuuu.
May 1, 1S73. HUltT SIIEItMAN.
CENTRAL HOUSE CORNER
Thp'Ucs to liiiy
For nnr ct'MTiiv iippa iimir-vT
Just received n full line of
Which wo shall make up to measure a
('.ill eaily and make selections.
II. W. KINOSLKY,
Central HouselCorner,"- -X- ltl'TLAND, VT.
I. L E N d I) R E AV
Ale lust home from New Y'ork ond lloslon
with the largest and best selected stock of
HEADY MADE CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever shown In liiitlaml.
Pi ices will bo ns low astho lowest. These
goods aro botiflit for CASH and will bo sold
GUSTO M C L O T 11 I N G
A largo line of CLOTHS to select from. A
CUTTEIt that cannot be beat In Vermont
TRUNKS AND HAGS.
ALLEN & DREW,
l'AINK, 110WMAN CO.'S OI.0 STAND,
si Merchants' ltow.
gPRING AND SUMMER
IS AM. STYI.KS,
FOH MEN AND HOYS' WEAK,
If-EXTltA SIZES A SPECIALTY'.:
HATS, CAPS, TllUNKS AND VALISES.
Tho best stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fine While and Fancy
UAI1R TO OUIIKII,
A. O. CUNNINGHAM,
No. s Center street, (opposite depot.)
PECK A- HENJAMIN'S
O L O T II I N G S T O R E ,
Where you can always nnd the largest and best
assuniut'iii ui siusn
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS CAPS, GENTS' FUHNISII1NG GOODS,
TltllNKS, SATCHEL, SC.,
And save M per cent, ou every art lclo you buy at
rOl'CLAK f QUAKIS URAMNO
OIIKKN MOUNTAIN CLOTillNO HTOIIE.
NO. 1, CXMTIH STKIKT,
ltUTLAND, . . VKItMONT.
gobtji ami &w.
15,000 W0Imt op
HOOTS A N I) SHOES,
All new, for Hummer wear. Tn bo sold lu
Citizens ot ltutland County,
YOU CAN SAVE FIVE DOLLARS I
In shoeing .tour whole family nt the Hoot nnd
NO. 0, 1.ANPO.VS I1I.OCK,
Merchants' How,onc of the best Hoot and Shoe
Stores In Itutluiid,
(l.tt.t, AND HKn Vol! YoVltSKt.VES.
maj23dAvlf o. W, CUIIIHEII
I RELY NEW.
HOOTS AND SHOES, AT No. 17,
HntlnL' made such nii'mitrnmpntu with Wu
I.nglaiid and New Y'ork manufacturers as en
ables us to orrer to the people ot Kutland county,
n stock ot goods which cannot fall tomeet the
wants ot all. Wo cordially Invito an examina
tion, and lespect fully beg a share ot pntronnu'e.
Also hating made arrangements with M. M.
Albeo to take charge of this hninrli of nnr imsi.
ness. and oterseo tlin Custom Work, wo Omii
always bo prepared to take measures, nnd man-
iiuiiiuiu ,u uiucruu Kinus or pejfgeu aim sewed
work, for cither Gentlemen, Ijidles or Children's
wear, our terms will always bo cash, and shall
therefore be able to sell as low as any parties lu
GUOCEIilES AND 1'ItOVlSIONS.
This department ot our trado we shall still
continue; materially adding to our stock during
inc. hum icw uas. ins our inicniioil lo Keel)
tho very best goods that can be found, nnd shall
always slilve to bo able to sell as low us nnv
FLOUI!. We are ntreuts for Pentleld. Eton
k co.'s Flour, which Is acknowledged by nil to
bo equal If not superior to any brand sold In this
market, and are ublo to sell nt tho very lowest
TEAS. Wo call csnoelal attention to our tens
nnd think wo aro ablo to supply them at low
prices and of excellent quality.
CANNED GOODS Of nil kinds, from tlin vnrv
best Packers In the country.
Even I IiIiil- belomrliiff to Fancy Grocei Ie3 con
stantly kept In stock.
MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND, VT.
May 1, 173. dlf
JEW SPRING GOODS.
I, . V A L I ( V E T T E
OlKMis lids season a Luges and liner assort
HOOTS AND SHOES
than ever before. His facilities for doing busi
ness hate been Improted. and he Intends lo
excel In etery direction hill ot his pretlous
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHICDUEN'S
Fine French Kid,
oiled and Pebbled Goat, ;
Serge nnd Serge Foxed,
In Button and Lace
' GENTS', HOYS' AND YOUTHS'
Calf Ilund-SeWcd (City Make),
Cable Sewed, Machine Sewed, and
Pegged Hoots nnd Shoes In all si j les,
Manufactured for Gents', Ladles', Misses' and
My experience of thirty years warrants me In
GOOD STOCK AND PKIifECT TITS.
Call and see me at
No. 13 MEIICIIANTS' ItOW. mUltf
LIJERT AV. JUGGINS,
MEIICIIANTS' ItOW, UNDEIt HATES HOUSE,
Otters for salo a full stock ot
THE H.S'EiT LINE OP
F A N C Y AND T O I L E T GOOD S
To be found In any Drug Storo In Vermont
NAIL HltUSIIES, COMI1S, Ac.
Pomades and Hair Oils Cosinetlques and
Toilet Powders, Ac., Ac, Ac.
Just received a largo slock of Traveling and
Which wo offer Low fur Cash.
Cull and examine, our stock of
Which we will guaranteo Is the largest and
tlnest In tho State. Now is llio time
PID VOU EVKIl THY
HinOlNS'SUPEIHOlt COLOGNE WATKHJ
IT IS THE I1KST.
A. W. HIOGINS,.
41 Merchants' ltow ltUTLAND, Vt.
p II (E N IX M U T U A L Ji I F E
AHEAD OF All.
CONNECTICUT COMPANIES FOIt 1874.
No. of Policies. Am't Ins.
Hartford I.lfo and Annuity, U10 f !,437,cji
Connecticut General I.lfo nco 8,BiO,4SO
Travelers Llfo and Accident 83s 4,059,505
Continental Llfo 2947 B,osi,oio
Connecticut Mutual Lite M17 13,185,515
Charter Oak Llfo row ij,!4,B91
.Etna Ufo S791 335,187
PHCENIX MU. LIFE 10,537 21,751,734
V. C. MEYEltllOKl'EIt,
may!4d4diS;w4w Uenikal Auent,
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW RRAID
XV. ING DESIGNS, und AI.ril A11KT8, Just re-
E. N. MEIIIIIAM'S,
E V I Q . K I N G 8 L E Y ,
ltUTLAND, STATE AGENT TOIt
XXONLSIOH LAWA' MOWJMN.
Wochnllengo for a test trial any other Lawn
Mower In the world.
Till! GUANO SILVEll MEDAL
Was awarded tho Excelsiors at the New Eng
land Fair In 1871 and 1972; the Vermont state
Fair at St. Johnsbury In 1S7S, and HicFibst
I'iibmiums at Sixteen Stato Fairs last season.
Wo can refer to moro than forty customers who
havo bought and used the Excelsiors with por
P R I C E S .
No. n, Excelsior, 11 Inch cut, 1G. For small
grnss piois anu uoruers.
No. 1. Excelsior, 14 Inch cut, ttx. For general
No. 2, Excelsior, 19 Inch cut, isn. For large
lawns, w lieu sinooi n,
" LANDSCAPE " MOWERS,
Similar to the No I, $20.
Similar to the Philadelphia nnd "lioso" Mow-
era. io roller. rnuc-v,uei'i, it incn cm, n.
DO Volt WANT A FINK LAWN ? USE A
L A W N M 0 W E R
:.uly in the spring nnd often.
StrNow Is the lime to buy Lawn Mowkus at
L. 0. KINGSLP.Y'S.
A discount to the trade. ma) lfdlw
A.NDON & H UNTO ON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, Aro., Ai;., oVc,
A general Assorimeiit of
11 E L T I N (I, 1. A O I N (I, c.
TIJIOTHY, CLOVER, AND A LI
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
.0111 MANUFACTU1I1NG CO.'S POl'DItETTE.
A Fttf.I. I.INn OF
C H E A P F O R 0 A S II
R A R R E T T S O LI) S T O R E.
mm: greatj:rt show onearth:
P. T. I'.ARNI M'S
I. HI U' 'I i: i;i,ii. M I '!.! i pair
ten timi- i..it(u:i; than E j: i:
Museum, Menagerie, carat an, lllppndieni", '.!
Hall 01 Classic Mianiai t , .Me uaim-s unu i na aii s. ii.uue H. ui iuiiif.uaiii- .u. .
niiiioriifthologj, A'onian Ainphlihealie, ,Iuiill"e (. nuecri, Musical Colli .l'un
haw crisTM.t.o's. siriNo;; seiiastian'k and mons. d'atai.iE's
Grand Tiinlo Inteinntlonal Eiiuestrlan and lltppadioinnltc Exposition, which at a cliutleii"e of
Jlnn.iHM) Is large enough tn entirely swallow up hair a doen of an oilier :,o ( alb d or ' la
shows advertised In the country.
NOTHING LIKE IT EVER KNOW N ON EARTH :
e II ' '. MIlllIT IN
R U T L AND S A T V V D A
f I, I, ... 41., nn fits, tiil 1, ill oi-.Kii.litl i.i. i f. i-n. .1. ..nu
I ncr !iftr.nrniii nliil fiYi'li ni'. DiMir.s nuell nt HI a.
Reserveil Anipliithcatre Seats 75 cents.
It will not require more than im ul.nn e at Mr. Ilai'iuun' Ni-tv Amusetn nt r.n' ir
thorotishlv satisfy the public ns lo the ivl n l-.e dirfei-eiiee betwenn nn
AlISilLVTEI.Y GIIAND, MAI.N1FICENT, lillST-(LASS EXIIIHI't'tON.
and an ordinary show. However, to stop i .it 11 nnd eli.se the mouths oj be ism .
trutelliiK mountebanl.H, Mr. llarniMii, huiM .irateiset -.t p aside fruin n1
deems.lt necessar.v , in imlev 1 'i prai e. I n'l,,. ir and tli puiili . toolTor a si-i.
i1.500.0n0 CHALI.ENtil.-s. OPI'.N TO ALL THIO WORLD
That, he exhibits dully more llettildeiin,- fittrnctl.nis,taitlln'-curiosities, I'n.ipi nil Hi
tloiuil Notellles, biological, anlmute niiii m.inhiiate piudlcles, uiid luwtiaturttt mor t'aie lit i
wild nnlmnls, birds, beasts, reptiles, cm udltes, ullliraiors, latins; sea Lions, and min r m, is
monsters, than are contained In tlie combined nttr.ietiuus or ant three shows lntli l ,
U2, That lie owns, controls, and uses lunie nillronil ears ol his own dcsUfii, cuntlnn i im
elaboration of llnlsti (besides Hie rolltnu btO( 1: hlri'd from dim rent railroad corporal i n ih u
any three railroad shows combined.
This statement will receive further emphasis when It Is understood that eai li one ... IV i ,n
owned exclusively by Mr. Itanium contains three times the eap.icltt of ordinary a .
The characteristic and striking fenl un -el the cshlblth n eunslst tn In Notell., ( i i ml
Dlicrstty. Amonsr these wil bo seen
THREE GREAT CIRCUS TROUPES.
and three separate nnil distinct arenle, i in m and spectacular rUnn, icen In the whule aiiui
slmultaneouily, in ono eolosnal 1'nvUllmi, l.iie cnnugli to seat imnfortablj fourt. n Hioe ml
people. Theie need be no apprehension mi the part of t Isltors, as to tho ample u ctinmoda' mn
or everjtiody, as the management will iwi -ell a single ticket after the seat, m e o upieil,
Tlie Colossal Twenty C'entre-Polf Tc.it,
will contain OS many spectators us twenty ordinary show, This last aehleveni nt ol P. f l!.ir
niim Is Ihe I-argest nnd most Attructlte Ciiiublnuiloii of LthiMtloiis t-ver Unuun, anu .r rium
absolutely without a parallel In the history ot tlie wmld, .
In tlie tarlous depailtuents or the ("lnblned Expc ,UU n, v. 1,1 li n renllv n.ttji r ir 'i .
ons (if a
i'. tss5 m Mwm
GREAT TRAVELING WORLD'S FAIR.
lon.mKlnewnnd InlerestlnscurlosltloB, 1,ai0unlmals, birds, benste, reptiles, i rocodil . .ill ' r,,
sea lions, niel oilier mai Hie monsters, soon men and horses, twelve gorireous tableau umi ii.auar
ehaiiots. hki resplendent cold, crimson, ruby and ccreulean bedecked vans, caj;e ., ami.. 1 m
steam calliope, l'oljliyninlan eisrans, and tho groat musical chariot ot Jleni'iin.1 1.
THE GREAT THREi: MILE PROCESSION,
which Is mado about nlno o'clock every morning, Is lnterspcrtcd with seoresof trained fleph i
camels, droinedarlos, reindeer uudeikln harness, trick horses und ponies. Arabian Uiumu u
breds, elegantly enprltoncd steeds and palfiies In livery, living wild ntilmuls, comb . .t n
clow us and gyuinasiR, grotesiiue meehanleal bull and globe Jugglers, tn
FULL PERFORMANCE IN THE OPEN STREETS.
The Grand Spectacular cortego will be agreeably enlivened with Threo .Sliver, Cornet, Urn
and Musical Hands, l'uljhtmnlun nnd chariot organs, presented In such a novel and uttrai tit
mniitiei- iw tn in. uell um III irntmr fi lillnilred miles to see.
Among the Museum Curiosities will lie exhibited t'lreo tlmOB dally Prof. Tuber's Wondi rfd
T A L K I N (1 31 A C II 1 N E ,
Which sings, laughs, nnd talks In all languages, and tor the excluslvo use of which Mr. lUrnum,
for six months, pa) s f 2u,(kK). Also the Wild Fill Cannibals, Modoe and Digger Indians, the eiii
brated What-ls-It, Giants, Dwarfs, Hoarded Girl, No-Armed Hoy, curious liiouomena and Freaks
ot Nature, lilting si: t Lions, rare and expenslvo Wild Animals, (ono of which costs more than ten
cages of common specimens.) such us tin' giant Hlack Uuixocmios, six feet high and ns large
as an African elephant ; National Portrait Gallery, containing HO life-size oil Paintings or all tin
Presidents, statesmen. Military lleroeR, Kings, Queens, Fotentatca and Celebrities ; Proi. ltoger
group of Classic and Illstoile statuary, llohemlun Glass mowers, and a hundred extreme!, cu
rious and exquisite life-like, moving, mechanical Automatons from Parts, France, and Genoa,
Switzerland, consisting of Tableau and Landscape Transformation .scenes. Historic nnd Slytho
logle Androldes, Singing nnd Flitting lllrds, Automaton Musicians, gorgeous Grotto scenes, l'laj :
lug Fountains, ltunulng Water Mills, lit lug chariots, sailing ships, inotingrnllro.nl trains, rip
pling cascades, and thousands ot the mosi curious and exquisite, works ot Mechanism und Art,
sufficient ot themselves to constitute a tlrst-utass exhibition, and so extenslto and elaborate as
to require a steam engine to runlhetn.
At tho close ot each entertainment in the omit Hippodrome Tent a talented corps of C j'.ure
Southern btudents, better known as the
ORIGINAL .irmi.EE SINGERS,
will givo ono of their unlqiio and grand concerts for tho benefit ot Southern Schools, Mr. lurnum
hating leased his Patllllon to those champion singers for Freedom at a mere nominal puce for
Ihls laudable purpose. .
EXOUHSION THAINS nt halt faro rates will bo run on all trlbutarv lines to rnnvet the mullb
Doors open m iu a. m. nnu i nnu . p. m. ono slnglo ticket (m cents) admits lo all. n
under nine years of ago ts cents. Itcscrtcd sents 75 cents.
in nrucr iu iiiunuu iiiiuirn mo puniic.
tickets, tin eo separate ticket onices aro proi
f - pnt AimMan to tho entire Great Show
ii mi I, 1,1.1.1.. .j ii.iiiiH.i-. ..ikv3, iiiusiruieii, icei i ecu irom W,w lo Jl.ru,
"Worth a Hot) greenback to n T)eglnuer."-tura (,'i-c by.
Will nlsoeMillilt in FoitEiltvnril, Frlilay,. Tune Will lluiliip'toii Mmlay .lime 10
St. Allmas, .lutio 17 Mnlone. N Juno 18.
. lis luiu Instllule, National Fortran ( j'I.t
Y . J f N E 14. Is? -t
nf llm n.il Iro Mrt flTIl VT QlfliW.S. ll.ill .At,m
m. anil 1 and . P. m.
irom outside impostors and speculators in s
Ulcd from w hleh I lckels eiin bo ivndlly illj
Is guaranteed to nil who buy the Life o(