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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1SS3.
Vermont Stnto Kows.
Two benrg have boen caught In Chittenden.
Woodstock wants to celebrnte the Fotirth of
Windham peoplo nro dlstnrbed by potty
A jjrw erand army post has boen organlzed
Commkngkment at Middlebury comos on tho
Fourth o( July.
TrtK Rlgnal gervlce statlon at Barllngton hnn
bof n dlacontlnned.
Gko. L Norton of Derby had a two-years-old
Ptcer kllled recently by a bear.
GnonniK DovAnon. aavon yenrs old, wna.
drowned ln Otter Croek, Middlebury, last Wod
nenday. Tttb celebratlon of the flrst nettlement of Or
well la to be obaorved by npproprlate servlces
to-day, June 20.
Hoiiaoe Moksr of Island Pond kllled a black
Mg6 recnntlr whlch measared seven faet from
tlp to tlp of wlngs.
A TKN-YKAns-otD son of James Brooks of
Bellows FalN was drowned last week whlle
bntblnc at Gage's mllls.
Wool bnyrn ln Woodstock have been py
lne twentv-rteht cents for washed and nlne
ten and twenty cents for unwashed.
FisniNCi on Otter Creek and ln the wnters of
Lake Champlain ls all the rnge, and the catch
of ptckerel and bass 19 oxcltlng rauch lntorest.
TnE down m'senjter traln on the Fas sumpslc
road ran nff thn track Monday mornlng of last
weofc at St. Johnsbury, causod by an open
Tnn elevn-venr-old danehter of Josenh Des
Abllnd of Winooski, fell Into the Winooski rlver
last week Tueaday whlle ata plcnlc and was
Tnts arteslan well In Bennington has been
snnk to the depth of 670 feet. It 1 thought.
thAt eood water wlll not be reached ahort of
The internntlonal lnmber cnmpanv nt New.
port has deolded to erect a mlll 70 bv 225 feet
and a boller honse 80 by 60 feet, ln addltlon to
lta preaent bulldlngs.
At the nrlze deMaraatlona of the sophomoro
class at Brown Unlverslty Monday Pvenlnsr,
the flrst prlze was awarded to llarry O. Alex
ander of Bellows Falls.
Tiioiias SrooNEit, for thlrty yenra a tlme
keeper at Falrbanks' soale works. St. Johns
bnry. dled Satnrdav. The shopa were closed
Monday for the fnneral.
jF.ssKBnADi.Kr, alad fonrteon vpara old, son
of the late Thomas Bradley of Milton, was
drowned ln the Mlslqnol at Swanton on Frl
day nlght whlle bathlng.
Tttr vfllage of Wells Rlver has bnt one
church Congregntlonal. The pecnllarlty of
the parlsh la that It la sltuated In two statea,
three conntlea and fonr towns.
All the common achoola of Hinesbnrgh wlll
tneet June 30th for a tomperance plcnlc. Great
preparatlons are belng made and the exerclaes
proLilae to be very lnterestlng.
At the annual meotlng of the Woman's
Christlan Temperance Unlon of Bellows Falls,
lt waa voted to dlscontlnue the organlzatlon on
nrconnt of the lark of Interest.
In the case of Weeks vs. thetown of Lyndon,
for Injnry on the hlghwav, a verdlct of S2.B00
Infsrorof the plalntiff has been returned
81.000 ffiore than the former verdlct.
F. A. Pohter of Fairlee has a great cnrlo'lty.
in shape of a cat. that ! ralslng three red
squlrrels and one kltten. She treats the squir
rels ln all respecta the sirao as the kltten.
Joitn Wamh of Cavendish, who has been
worklng In one of the mllls of the Fall Moun
taln paper company. at Bellows Falls, had two
flngers cntoff hls rlght hand by a circular aaw.
Tttr Alblon, Colnmblan. Dorset and Vermont
marble companles and the finns of Gilson &
Woodfln, Ripley Snns and Sheldon & Sons pay
n ll'tle over one-flfth of all the taxea pald ln
jEDUTnAN TnoMAS of Pittsford who haa
acted as sexton slnce 1847. dug hls flrst grave
for John W. Smlth, who dled October 4 of -that
year. He has aerved the town for thlrty-slx
yeara as sexton.
Bev. J. C. Bracq. a convert from Catholi
eism. was ordained to the mlnitrv at the Flrst
Baptist church at Burlington Frldav evenlng.
Forty clergy men were preent from all the New
England etates and New yorK.
L. D. Spauldino, former landlord of the
Tvson Tlonso, at Tvson Funace, Indlcted last
fall for lllegal llqnr-selliDg, nlosded guilty at
Woodstock and pald a fine of S120 and coBts
iu. Tweive counts were aamniea.
Tms ballastlng of the Bntland road Is now
nearly comnleted botween Bnrlington and Mid
dlebury and the flrst conslgnment of steel jalla
I now in conrse of ahlDmcnt to Bnrlington.
From Middlebury to Rutland the road waa re-
lald wlth steel ralla last year.
Fbed Dailev, the bny who gtopped the ex-
rvress traln from rnnnlne Into tn wnsnnni ai
the Elmore brook bridce the 13tb. has been
civen a llfe paaa oyer the St Johnsbnry &
Lake Champlain railroad, besides a preaent of
eiuu in casn irom tne company.
TnE Fonrth of Jnlv clebratlon at Howard
Park. Bnrlington. blds fair to be a snccess.
The programme coroprlses a parade of horrl
blea, blcycle race, horse trot. foot racea and
greaaed nlg chase. ending wlth a brllllant dle
play of flreworka ln the evening.
Wmlet Woodabd's house near I.lverraore's
mllla In Iindonderry was mirned recently.
Conslderable onantltles of the honaehold goods
were fonnd concealrd In the barn and other
rilnces, and hls wlfo and two danehters bave
been arreated on tno cnarge oi aetiing tne nre
F. D. Pbkscott of North Danville mllked
atne cows the past year and made two thon
snd and aeyenteen pounds of butter besldn
what waa nsed In the famlly. One cow dld
and three were three-year old helfera. The
dairy wonld not average more than elght cows,
Thk Ransom Gnard of St. Albans have re
celved from the Cltlzens Corps of Troy, N. Y.,
aa an evldence of good wlll and appreclatlon, a
handsome imported placque, some twenty
inches In dlameter. on whlch Is rtalnted the
orps badge, containlng the worda "IHumfuit
TnE cae of the state agalnst the Troy &
Boston railroad waa heard In the Bennington
conntv court and the road fined S100. Tho
complatnt was for encronchlng on the hlchway
In Pownal, and one of the Boston, Hoosac
Tnnnel and Western road's lawyera appeared
xor tne atate.
Dn. Cykus Porter, who dled In Rutland laat
week, aeventy-fiye yeara old, was the laat of a
locally famous famlly of physlclana. TIls
father. "old Doctor Jim," waa a leadlng
physlclan in the town fifty years ago and more,
whllo thn whole center of the Ottercreek valley
cUpended npon hls brother, " young Doctor
Jim, lor lony yeara.
Weslet Tiffanv of Greensboro had a nar
row escape. Ile and hls hlred man were work-
lng In the barn cellar durlng a severe thnnder-
storm and recelyen a snook aunlcient to pro
trate them. Mr. Tiffanv fell agalnst the wall,
cnttlng qntte a gash ln hls head. They eoon
recovered snfHclently to flnd the barn on flro
and gncceoded In extlngulsblng It.
A GrnMAN ln the nraploy of C. W. Brownell
of Williston, whlle fhnlng in Shelburn Pond
on Snndav laat. causht a flsh hook throneh the
pupil of the eye. nnd therebv destroyed the
eye. The man ran a mtle and a balf wlth the
hook In hls eye and was then carrled to Ksex,
wheroDr. Ferrln removed the hook and took
the man to the Mary Fletcher hospltal for
Tiikiie Is a young lady connected wlth tho
ichool at Vergennes who haa been ln attend
anco for three years, and llvea one and a half
mllea away, but has never recelved a tardy
mark or been absent a dav, She llvea wlth
Cantnln Isaac Satterlv of Ferrlsburgh, whos
relatlvoshn Is, and he has taken her back and
forth, wlth clockllke regularlty through all
rifAiir.i'.s CoNnnov of Walllncford has
young apple tree on hls premlses whlch la
wonderful ln lts productlons. It has unon It a
blossom of pnre white resembllng a full blown
roae. The flower la somewhat larger than the
larpest amile blossoma and has twentv loavea
wlth three calyxes, lnatead of flve, aa in tho
apple. There are no blossoma upon the tree
except thla, but there aro applea of tbe alze of
No PuFFEnv. Nothlng can be more offen
alvo to consclentlous iournallam than lndla
crlmlnate puffery, But it la apleasuro to epeak
candlaly ana correctiy in praise oi aucn a mea
lclns aa Hnnt'a Romedv for the kldneys blad
poaltlve cnre that haa been before the publlo
for twenty-flve yeara, and haa roacned from
suffering and tho grave even the vlctima of
Brlgnt a disease. rne lacta in regara to tiunt i
Remedy, the great kldney and llver mediclne,
are atioatea dj nign autuoruy.
state at Burlington last week ofllcera were
elccted aa followa:
f raritdln ttnvcn ponm. Mnntpctlnr nmnrt Ms'ter,
W,.!,,J'' Whllcnmti. nurllniton. I)entit Oranrt Mtor.
F II. Ts ft, tiiirllnjlon.,. .Or. Prln. Conilnctnr nf Work.
FaTMIn F. Flplctir. St. Jo)inbury....Ofsn1 TrfAimrpr.
ErtwsM K. OrwnlMf. nnrllnrlon. OrMid Rwonlpr,
nry W. IIntrli1n, llllnw FMIs. .Or. Crl. o( Onsrrt.
2.rr,n 1rrnlt. St. Jntintmrv Ornit rnnrlnrtnr,
ThsiMmsF. stusrt.Sn niirllnBton,,.,Orni1 nhsplMn.
Trnitiin C. riilnnw, Mnnlpoltcr Orsnrt Irf'ftiuer,
m. Itrln'inMil, nnrllnaton Oranil Marshil,
John S, HllM, npnnlnirtnn .....Orsnil Slowsnl.
Oeorgo F. Morgi, llnrllneton Qrsnd Stntlnel.
Alfrftl A.tfAU.Rt. Alhan rirmnA rnmmlnr.
Thsrt M. rhsnninn, MMi1tebiiry.,ren. Or. Coinmsnitfir,
T)eto M. Itarnn.st. Jnhnhnrr. .Ornnd Cnntatn Oonorsl.
FrivlnHelc fl. Flher. Rt .TohnnbnrT Orn1 Vrelnt".
F. F. Flctctw, Rt. .Tnhnlnry.,.,Ornil W-nlor Wrilti.
riwlM J. Jnnw, Wlnnnr .Grand .Tunlir Wnln.
F.llhn II. Tnft, Ilnrllnittnn Orind Trpsnrpr.
WlltUm O, nrdborT. VcwnnM Orsnd HwordOT,
ChirtM K. Cmp. llntlnd.....0r(ind Rtnndtrd Ttsrpr.
rrank II. niwnom, Mnntwlr Orsnd Rwnrd TtMrcr.
.1. nnnry i-rit, nrsiiinborn nrsnd wsmcn.
John V, Pllttnetnn. rtAnnlnotAn. nrunA Pant. nf nnnrri.
Wni. HrInmM..tr Ttnrllnjton...,Orsid Cmnmlnr,
tunri iv, L,ocniin, Notthflold Grsna Rcnunei.
VEltMONT CODNCIL OF DRMHEnATION.
Oeorite O. TTlrr. .113 Comm.nder-ln-Ch f.
PrlM 1cnol. S2o Fr,t t.lATilpnnnt-romniAndnr.
Ilowsrd F. HMI. J2....Recond I.tntnnt-Ciiinindr.
Mph O. rTktn, S2 Mln. tt.
Oeor(r W. AVIng, Sf Or. C.
r . i;. r tnr, ai.... (irnnn i-nor.
M. II. MOTMn. 320 nntnd Trpftnnrpr.
w.fj. Tlradbnrv. o Orand PrcrrtarT,
F. F. Fietobpr, S23 Orsnd E. snd A.
0. It, IfMton. 3! Grand Hnnnttaler.
a. i:. iinnnni. r Ornrt standarrt Itwrfr.
M. C. IlMlr. 313 Grand Pantaln nf Gnard.
I.. ,Drfvr. 320 Grand Matter nf 0rmnnlp.
urcnit.az? Grand senunei.
Ozro Marhftm.Ttrandon, Grand Manter.
j"ann o. irninn. windor nnnv Grand Matir.
Alfreil A IIU. Rt. Alban Grand Rnlnr wardon.
oon!i W. Wlnpr. Montpelier Grand .Innlor tVarden.
.Tnlm A. Tintler. Jnilea Grand Treannrer.
Wtlllam TI. Root. Burlington Grand Re-retarr.
Aiien ii. i-nw, Manrnrn.,.,,.....urana enior nearon.
1Ienr W. IIntehln, ilellowa Fall...Or. .Tnn'or Deacnn.
rbrl"a II. Ilibrnnk Grand Tetnrer.
Itev. F.dwl" Wbeeloek Grand Phplaln.
IIr. K. R. FlKher Addstant Grand Chaplln.
Thendore R. Ferk Grand Marhat.
AVIUlam .T. Rperry Grand Pwnrd Itearer.
F.llmn Dlmond Grand fnrnnlvant.
P. G. Ttarber and Oeorce F. Xrnrw Grand Rtewardn.
J. II. Wftlton Grand Tyler.
HOAt, Aitcn CIIArTFrt.
K!ltrert? llaklnn. Rrsttlebnro Grand IH'h Trlent.
larln T, R8ord. MnHvllle I)ep. Or. Hleh Prleat.
Lafavette Roper. Qt. Jnbntbnrv Grand Klnst.
Wllllflm Itr1niml1. ltnrllncton Orand Rerlbe.
.Tnbn A. ltntler, Jamfllca Orand Treannrer.
v, ii. s. whltnomn. llnrl'nirton Orand Reeretarr.
Frank H. Camer, MnrrlvHle Grand rapt. nf Hot.
Itev. Thndden F. Rtnart, rtnrllniton Or. Hiaplaln.
Ttev. FredrickS.FI"ber,Rt.Jobnnbnry...AM. Or. Chap.
Tlioman JllPer. Rt. Albiin Or. Prln. Rojnurner.
MerrlttP. Morgan, Bennington. .. .Or. Poval Aroh Oapt.
Ramnel Terrlll. Rutland Orand MnHer 3d vmi,
F.thn Plnmnd. Verklre Orand Mater2d Vatl,
Robert.T Wrlsht, Newnnrt Grand Manter It Vall.
Geor(r Vr. Wfnir, Montneller Ornd Tjetnrer.
Oeorjje F. fone, ItnrltnBtnn Orand Rteward.
EdwarJ J. Par". Iland Tond Grand Rentlnel.
Emory Town, Waterbury Grand Tyler.
Orange Connty Court.
S. F. Frary, execntnr of th" wlll of Davld
Gnsha vs. Alonzo B. Gnsha The trlal of the
l.ues lnvolved In thls case pngaeed the attnn
tlon of the conrt for more than a week. The
evldenpn develnppd the follnwlne facta: In
Jnne. 1879. Davld Gnsha of Strafford, then In
hla flAvnntv-anpnnrl vpnr. mnrln n. will. In whleh
he beqaeathpd mosl of hl propertv to the Free
Wlll Bsptlst Hnmo and Forelgn Mlslnn Socle
tles. The contestant, who sought to have the
wlll millifled, Is a snn of the testator. and re
celved the ne of S1.000 dnrlng hls llfetlmo.
nnder the wlll, Upnn behalf of the oontcstant
two eronnds were st no to Inval dnte the wlll.
ylz. : want of capaclty In the testator. and be
canse of the nndue influence of Alfred Rlch-
ardson and others. To snppnrt these alleea.
tlons the contnstant Introdtippd a score or more
of pcrsons who had been well acqunlnted with
tne testator mmng nis nietime, ana tneir evi.
dence malnlv went to show that In thelr opln.
ions Utvld (3nna wns mnntallv nnnt to mnke
an nndorstandlne dlsnooltlon of hls propertv.
valned at some S10.000. And many of the
wltnesPs In support of thelr oplnlon. eave ln
stanceo of the actlons nnd saylpgs of the testa-
tor Most oi thee witnesaes dated the teta-
tor's ahsration of mlnd from tho year 187B.
when hls wlfe dled; some from the tlme he
recelved an injnry to nis nna irom a saw,
wnicn waa at a inter aate. &ome oi tne wit.
ne"os also tPstlflpd to tho apparont Influence
oi iticnardson nvertne testator. upon tne part
of the proponenta also a large number of wit-
nesses were prouncPd wno, nnving an equai
KnowiPdge or tne deceased to tnat oi tne con
testant a wltnesses. gaye lt as thelr oplnlon
that he wasof aonnd mlnd at tho tlme the wlll
eTecnted. It appeared that ln Anent.
1870, three months after the mnkine of the
wlll, the testator snIcldPd, and thls waa
clalmed by tho contestant a a strong circnm
stance tndlng to show lnsnnlty. The case was
lonsr and ably argned, and presented to the
jury ln a clpar and admlrsble manner by the
presldlng judge. who pxplnlned to the jury
how mnoh mlnd and will was nPcesary to a
valld dlspoaltlon of prnperty, Tho 1urv how.
ovpr falled to agrp ann tne case wlll liave to
be tried ngaln. Tho jury were out all nlght
and all the next dav and avldentlv tried hard
to come to a declslon, bnt they stood nlne for
tne nroponent and tnree for tno contestant. H,
Ii. Hnoard and J. II atson tor proponBnta: C,
H. Heath, D. C. Hyde and C. W. Clark for
Danlel Maeoon vs. Levi Cloneh. Thls was
an actlnn nf trespass for an assault and battery,
committea at waanington junn v, it ap.
peared from tbe evldence of the plalntiff that
Aoranara (Jlouen anri niaintiti's latner were
eneaged in some klnd of skylarklpg, when the
Diaintm went np ana remnnstratpa witn ADra
hamthathe should not play wlth an old man
llke that. TherBupon Abrabam and Danlel
had some worda, cllnched, and fell to the
gronnd together. Aa the plalntiff was rlslng
irom tne grouno, tne aeiennanr, t,evi uiougn,
strucic nlm a aevere piow over tne neaa witn a
large board. Thls stunned him and he was
slck for a long tlme from tho result of the
blow. tor thls minrv plalntln snnelit to ro
pover, lavlng hls lid damnutn at 8200. Thn de-
lendant dld not deny the cnarge, but endeav.
ored to urge as an pxcnsn that hefeared plaln
tiff was golng to llck hls brother nnd then go
for hlm, and bo he thongbt he wnuld take tlme
(or Maeoon) bv the forelock. Satnrdav morn
ing the iurv returnod Into conrt wlth a sealed
verdlct for plalntiff for 882 00 damsges and
costs. G. L. Stowo and Charles II Heath for
nlalnt ff : S. B. Hibard for defendant
On Satnrday morntng a lury waa emnan-
neied ln the raae oi josepn hrencn vs. Andrew
j. i-oster. ana tue tlme untn noon waa occu
pled in puttlne in the plalntiff 'a testlmonv. It
is an actlon nf trespaas on the case. in whlch
plalntiff seeks to recover S80. tho value of a
cow kllled by an nx of defendant s in plaln
tltra msture. Tnta case la now on triai.
On the 12th Inatant the grand jury reported
the resnlt of thelr elght days' work. They
presented seven " trne hllls" and aeven"not
found." Among the former are Indlctmenta
agalnst the llsters of the town of Bradford for
perlnrv ln connectlnn wttn tne penormance
of thelr dutles aa llsters of Bradford. There
are two Indlctmenta, and the reepondenta have
been admltted to ball.
In State vs. Asa and Charles Maeoon, bnr-
plarv. ball waa iixed at 8000, Charles II,
Heath recocnlzlne as ball vro tetn.
The grand jury commented very aeverely
upon the tlltny conditinn or tne connty iui. ro
portlne lt unfit for habltatlon. They recom'
mendpd certaln lmnrnvementa In the annltnry
nrranirementa at the 1all. and those Imnrovo-
ments nre now golng on under the dlrectlnn of
the county judges. They f urtber reported that
some of the accommodatlona of the jall are
convertpd by the ialler tohU own prlvata use:
they advlse'that the rooma In the jall intended
for certaln classoa oi prlsonera ue aept exciu.
slvelv for such nurnoae.
The new entrv docket. contnlna In state pros
ecutlons nnd clvll and chancery casoj, about
A new trlal has been cranted ln the case of
Sanborn and wlfe vs. Palne, trled at the last
December term. lt appeared after the verdlct
was re.ndered that a juror named K. N. Smlth
from Bradford, not Inthe naneltrvlng the case,
eave some evldence to hla room-mate, another
iuror. who was slttlng on the case. Smlth waa
nunlshed bv belng ordered to rennv to th
clerk the amount he recelved at the December
term as inrnr.
Several dlvorce casos havo been heard, but
as others are stlll pendlng, tho whole llst wlll
be pnbllshPd next weeu in tue watciiman
The caaos In whlch Judge Rowell Is dlsauall
fled have been contlnued until the December
term. at whlch tlme the chlef Justlce haa as-
aured the preaonce oi anotuor juage to try
In Bloomlngton, 111., Mlle. Lltta, tbough atlll
dellrlou8 at timea, la now bolleved to be out of
C3?NoTiiiNa bo slmple and perfect for col
orlng aa the Dlamond Dyea. For carpet rnga
better and cheaper than any othor dye-atuffa,
A Iloston Oplnlon.
Adnm Forenaiich haa jnat corapleted a aoc-
cessful ten days stav In Boston. The stId
old Boston Adverther, a jonrnal not glven to
pnfllng, has the followlng to say In commonda
tlon of the great show: "Theonegreat tent
show clrcns, menagerle nnd customary ao
Pompanlment of tho sesson, so far aa Boston
la concernpd, Is Fnrepnugh'a. Ita comlng haa
been well hernlded, and Ita tents now cover a
great. tiortlon of the old Collseum grounds.
Tho flrst porformances wcro glven yeaterdav
afternoon nnd evenlng. preceded bv a street
pagoant ln the mnrnlng. Tho latter nyont
called out thonsands of ppople, who bordered
and ln many places crowdod the sldowalks
lone tho advertlspd routo of the processlon.
Tho dlsplny wns uncomraonly gnod and In
gorgeonsness pornaps excopopa anytning oi
tho sort that has over been seen here. Many
f lts featnres were common to such parsdos,
to be sure, bnt the reprpsentatlons of Clco
patra's bargeln whlch shls.1inrna.vIngtomeet
Maro Antony and of Lalla Uookh'a dopartnre
from Dolhl are brllllant In eff ect, elaborBte ln
deslgn nnd strlklngly snggestlve of hlstorlcal
relatlon, Tho processlon was of good length,
occnpvlng abont ten mlnntes In pssslng. The
show Insldo the tents I one whlch haa many
snperlor featnres and there Is enongh of It to
mako attraptlvo three or fonr ordlnary clrcnss.
Tho exhlbltlon of wlld anlmals ls large and
comprlsPs many rnre nnd Interoatlngcrpatnres.
The herd of elepbants number twenty-flve and
lncludes tho famons Bollvar. The clrcus per-
formancps take place In three rlnc, on a stnee.
on trappzos orected beyond tho thlrd rlne. and
a hlppodromo track snrronnning tne wnoie,
Among the noveltlea presented Is a Hlndoo
snake charmer, a wnman who perform" festa
wlth nnmerons reptlles whlch are remarkable.
however dlstaoteful they may be to many; n
"strong man" named .Tagendorfer, who ap
ppara for the flrst tlme ln Amerlca; Leonatl,
who rldc a blcycle un nnd down a narrnw
snlral roadway to the helght of fifty feet; the
hllbons, romprIIne fonr men and one woraan,
new to thls country. whose performances on
the trspeze are new in several wavs, and sepm
to be more wonderful In accomnllshmpnt than
those of the most expert of those who have
come beforo them; and last of the nnvpltlps, a
" dude " for a clown. Thn rldlng Is unlformly
good. The performlng horsea are beautlfnt
and well trnlned. Mlss Deacon's eqnestrlan
dlsplay Is as grncefnl a rlng nct aa one often
sees. The slack wlre, balsnclng end jnegllng
fpats aro all neatly performed. Thn rncea on
the hlppodromo track are nttended wlth the
nsual dash and aro creatlve of thn naual
amount of excltement. The Pxhlbltlnn of
tralned elpphant Is very good. One good fea
tnre of the modern clrcus ls consplcnons by lts
absence that of leaplng. or of " grnund and
lofty tnmbllng," as the bllls nftnn have lt. Not
onp-naif tno attractmns oi the snow nave bepn
referrPd to In thls notlce, bnt the rest mnst bo
dlsmlsert wlth the assertlon that nnne of them
are Infcrlor. Forenaugh wlll pxhlblt nt Hrat
tleboro, Tnesday, Julv 10: Rutland, Vedno-
dav. Jnlv 25: Burlington. Thnrday. Jnly 26:
Montpelier. Frlday, July 27: White Rlver Junc-
tlon, Mturrtay, Jnly2a: st. Johnsbury, Mondnv,
,iniy au; vet itsndoipn, nipsaay, jniy aij
St. Albans, WPdnesdsy, Augnstl.
"BucrrTT-rAinA." Oulek. complnte cnre. all an
noying Kldney and Urinnry Dlseasea. One
Avom che.in goods. The IIop Plaster curcs
palns ann acnes wnere otner piasters simpiy
reueve. rwenty-nve centa nt au arug stores
TnEitE aro nonn so strong. bnt are made
stronger hy nalng N K Brown's Iron and Qnl
nmn uittera. sold bv u. uiaKeiey, Mont'
Stinoing. Irrltstlon, lnflammatinn, all Kld
nev and Urlnary Complalnta, cured by "Buchn
Palba." One dollar.
" For fonr vars I sufrrfdaannu from a tlrin
disease. ur. uenson s bkln utire curea me.
C. B. McDonald, Planteraylllo, Ala. One dol
lar at druggieta.
Mant horaes have tcirul-oaMs. Nathan Morse
of Pembroke. Mass., say: "I havn nsed
Ellls's Spavin Cure on myhoraefor wlnd-gallaj
WKft perfect success."
RnLEa for the care of thn slck. How to cure
disease. Ita symptoms nnd cauies, and other In-
formation oi great valne wlll nn found In f)id
Dr Ksufmann's grpat book; 100 pages, fine
colored plates. Send two thrPe-cent atamra to
pay postngn tn A. P. Ordway & Co,, Boston,
Biaaa., ana receive a cnpy iree.
bKiNNV Men. "wells Health Kenewnr re-
stores health and vlgor, cnres Dyspepsla, Im
potence. One dollar.
"MrhorsP walknd on hls toe foraypar,"
wrltea W .T. Tuckprman, the well known horan
mn. "nis tronble was a contracllon of the
coras. hllls a apavin (jure cured hlm.
FnFsn alr. exerclse. good food and Dr. Ben
son's Celery and Chamomlle Pilla wlll, when
ued togpther. cnre any case nf nervousness.
slck headache or Indigestlon. Thev strengthen
the nervons system. Five tbouaand phyalciana
A GKNEnons Fmsi. We are Informed that
the proprietnrs. Messrs. A. P. Ordway St Co,
recently aent three dnzen of thelr valuable
medlclne, Sulphnr Bltters, to tbo Cathollo
Home for the aged. whlch Is hlehlvappreclated
bv the dlrectors nnd Inmates. "Asyeaowao
ahall ye reap." Edllor Catholtc Unlon.
DON T UIR in the Housf. " Kougb on
Rats." Clears ont rats, tnlce, fllea, roachea,
Dea-onga. inteon cents.
sthetics is thn sclence of the beantlfnh
Thn mned of merlt for promotlne personal
reathetlcs 1 dne to .T, O. Ayer & Co.. whose
Ineomparabln Halr A'lgnr Is a nnlversal bmu
tlfiprofthe halr. Harmless. effectlve. agree.
able. It has taken rank among the lndlspen-
ssble artlcles of the tolIt. To scantv locks It
glvPB luxnrlance; nnd wlthered halra lt clothea
wlth the huo of youtb.
Human Br.oon. On the ourltv and vltalitv nf
the blood depend the vlgor nnd health of tho
whole svstem. Disease of variousklnds is often
only thnelgn thatnature ls trylng to removotho
disturblng cause. A remedy that glvea llfe and
vlgor to the blood. eradlcAte acrofula nnd other
Impuritiea from lt, as Hood a Saraaparilla nn
doubtedly tlnps, mnst be the meana of prevent-
lng many dlseases that would occur wltnout
ita uae. oom py aeaiera.
An autonsv. In caaea of death from heart
aiaeaae. la an unnecessarv lorm oi law, ana
prodnctive of but one result ft fee for the cor
oner and doctor. Tbe symntoma arn unmls.
takable. pnrfectlv nlaln and generally, well
understood. Dr. Graves Heart Hegulator wlU
cure anv onae of heart disease. If such suffer-
era wlll take the Regnlator there wlll be no
deaths and consequently no post raortom er
In Montpelier. Jnne 18. bv Rev. J. II. HlncVa, Charlu
. Duntleyof Iloston and Kmma A.cnase oriontpeller.
In South Londonderry, June 7, Mazzlul Severouce and
In Ilellowa Falls, June 13, Charles II. WHUams' and
rannie L,, r arr.
In Island Pnid. Jnne I, Feter Rlvard and Loulie Bel
lau, ooin oi isiaua I'ona.
In Newport. Jnue 12, Cbarlea Ilutchlnson and Kata
iiarns, Dotn oi reacnam.
Tn Brandon.. Inne IS. Eugene A. Newton aud Emogene
muis, poinot rorrestaaie.
Tn Ludlow. Jnne 8, Kdwerd D . Martla of Ludlow and
Jlrs. Addie uiark o .ilouut lioiiy.
In Island Pnnd,.Tune7, Nonnan Amy of OulMlialland
xiuina j nioutiaru ot i;uanesion.
In Brattleboro, Jnne , Ilobert M.llnroett of Botton
ann aiargarei j. iiau or urattieuoro.
In Plainfield, Jnne 17, bv Rev, W. T, Swlnnerton,
Charles UDmuart! and Mrs. Loulsa ye.
In Ward.boro. June 13. Forret L. Rtetson of Jackiou
Mlle and Cartle M. llriggs of Wanlsboro,
InF.ly, Jnne 17, at the church of 61. Jouns, Johu
Murphy and Julla Donaliue, both ot Ely,
In Perkinsville. June 9. Anms H. Noyes of Weathers
field and Ilelen F. ICnapp ot Ilaverhlll, N, II,
In Bellows Falls. June 6, Fred M. Walto of Brattle
boro and Anna F. Houghton ot Dummerston.
In Stowe, June 2, bv Rev. Davld Kllburn, Frank O,
Batcholder and Julla St. Jock, both of Stowe.
In Waterbury. Jnne 18, by Rev, 8, II. Wheeler, Allen
C. Hmltll and Addle M. Moody, uoth of Stowe.
I" Barton, Jnne 6. Wllllam J, Montelth of Brompton
r. Q and Martha A. Leouard of Brownington.
In Island Pond, June 13, Aureleus F. Letarte of Vance
boro, Malne, and Brldget L, (1111 ot Island l'ond.
InRoibury.June 9. by ltev. R. A. Freocb.WUUt II,
Dlckernukn and Addle Qushea, both of Roxbury,
In Middlesex, Jnne 18,by Rev, Howard V. lllll of Chrlst
church, llarry W, ltobert aud Kmlly Taylor, both ot
In Newport, Jnne 8, Ira Ilrooki, 87.
In West Ilurke, Jnne 9, Ila Leonard, 2.
In Chelsea, Jnne 13, Adams Flfleld, 79.
In Itoibnry, June II, Uenry white, 11.
In Warren, June 11, Azarlah Ilanki, S2,
In Northfield, Jnne 10, J. P. Ilrooki, 86.
In Sutton, Jnna 9, Albert JeMamtne, 12,
In Newport, June 9, Thomaa Farrant, 63.
In Windsor, June 9, Llbble Ilonghton, IV
In Itnpert, June 10, Ramnel C. Fluer, SO.
In Guilford, June 6, Itonana Wllllami, 17,
In Lyndon, June 13, Della Darrlngton, 22.
In West Halifax, June 9, Elllot Harrls, Sl.
In Ilradford, June II, Dorcaa Clemenl, 63,
In Itntland, Jnne 12, Dr. Cjrui I'orter, 75.
In Westminster, Jnne II, Wlllle Hrooks, 9,
ln Berlin, June 8, Mrs. Ilrldget RarEcnt, 8'.
In Derby, June 11, Mrs. Uetsey Illnman, 78.
Jn Andover, June 8, Jlrs. riircbe Merrlll, 7S,
In Bennington, June 7, Frank i:. Iturgess, 8.
In Draltleboro, Jnne i, Mrs. Frank Holton, 27.
In Milton. June H, Wllllam Warner Ashley, 13.
In Bennington, June 12, r.ldorone J. Abbott, 29.
In St. Albans, Jnne 18, Mrs. Wm. D. llrlliiin, 78.
In flutherland Falls, June 12, Emlly Humphrey, 44,
In South Londonderry, Jnne 9. Hnbbard narrett, 82.
In South Londonderry, June 12, Mrs. W. r. Edney, 76.
In Leomlnster, Mass., June 9, John A, Ityder, nearly 40.
In Calais. June 13. Mrs. ltannali C. wtdnw nf n. W.
In Franklin Falls. N. II.. .lune 10. T.lulo Ttrnrk Mt.
tncks. wlfe nf Dr. C. II. Nlcholi, and daiuhter of Hon.
Wrn. Mattocks and r.mx Iirouk Mattoeks of Peacham.
In Iloston. Jnne lf . Kate Oertrnda. dantrbter nf W. f!.
Smlth of South Royalton.
Fold her. O Father, In thlne arms,
And let her henreforth be
A mepseneer of love Itetween
Onr bnmin Iiearts and thee.
WATEKDl'HY Thn bnttermarket w a hd bet
ter Monday than last week. T.arge tubs aold at 1P20c
! fb boie s ln crates, 2022o ?) Ib i w, 1517e dozen.
RICHMOND. Rulter sold at I"ia22n W tb! ehee.e.
P5?lle 7 Iht eca. Ufle dni-ni mtUoes. 6c W
bnsbel. Mny farmers are holdlng thelr butter ln
MOVTPELIER. W. W. Park took In 1B1 narkaiiea nf
hntter stnrdv. o. W. Pannenter IwiiiBht 103 tnha.
Prlw. lStfJlR"?! rt, wlth seleoMnn. t lP20o eggs, 15o
?t rtozen i potatoea dnll st 40Wo 1 bnshel.
NORTHFIELD. Rhlpmental Thlrtv hoo.. IM ealvivi.
27 sheep and lambs, 1 .046 pounds of noultr. 22.1 dozn
nf esrffs, 7 paekftgea nf butter. Qnntattons: Ilogs. 6
tbi nalves. 46t6o 1b! siieep, 4e 7 fb; lnmb. 7Usn
OT Ibi nil'eh mw. tjofjin each; ft cttl, 7R!'io ??
Ib! ben. 10PJ12n 1 fh: tnrkey". 10(120 Vt Ibj ch'ekn,
?0i2V! W fb: e 14lSo m dozen: butter, 1618c
VI Tbt ca" sklns, 6na7So each. All klnds nf noultry are
raiiiniron. oniv ireecbicens brlng the hlghest prlce.
Ilogs drop to 5Kc 1 Ib thls week,
Boston Prodnce Markot.
F.OGS. The msrket has roled hlcher under a mnderatn
snnnlrandactlvedemand. We qnote fresh Es.tem at
I'QISc, Northera at I7lSc, and Western at 16f17o
CHEERE. The market has rnled moderatelr actlve.
and nrlces are lower. We quotA good to chntm, at
lcj.'ailc. fair to gnnd at 9010c, and common at 89c
7t. accofdlng to quallty.
POTATOER. The market has rnled verr nnlet. and
prlcs are lower. Northern and Malneeentral Rose seli
at 60c. Hnultnn and Arnotook Ro"" at 7W5c. rrollflca
at 6006V!. PeerlBBS at 6ia6M. Whlta llrooks at 60c.
litirbank Seedllngs at 70c, and Chenangoea at SO055O
REANR. We nnote cholce hand-nliked Pea heans st
$2.35. cholce small haml.plcked Pea bns at 12.502.55,
cholce screenert Pea hene at $1.90f3 2 hand-pfcked
Medlnmat $2 2502 30, cholce screened Medlum at .15
02.20. common hngat $2Qt.l 5. cholce Improred Yel
i F.e at $3"191. old-fashloned Yel'nw Eve t
$.1 "Sfl3 85, and Recl Kldneys nomlnal at $3.1503.50 K!
RUTTER. The market has been ftrm and nrlcea are
nnchaneed. The demand Is acttve for the best Grrsdes,
We nuote cholce fresh-mide western creamerv at 22tf2c.
gond tn cholce frehmade weatern creamerv at 20521c.
ladte-naoked at I416c. fair to gnod at I0((13c, freeh
northrn creamerles at 23021c, freeh New York dalrv at
20021c. freh Vermont dalrv at 20r21o. Franklin
couniy at ut&uc. ana rair to gooa ai iw&iws ro.
Llre Stnck Market.
The followtna Is a telegranhlc report of the llve Btock
matket at Watertown and Brighton for the week ending
Tueaday, June 19, 1883:
vaiur. nnerp. uogi. Lalrti.
At market thla week 4.011 10.878 11.412 11.075
1 " laat week 3 311 Ki.'.'K'J 12, 1,868
1 " one year ago.... 1.555 12.632 14.975 1.314
PniCER. Extra ft end bavv nremlnm oien. S.(V1
d.75: fli-at quallty. 7 0fli7.75i aennnd qualltv. $6.00
6.75: thlrd qualltT. $1.0001.75 ner 100 fbs on total weteht
of hlde. tillow and dresaed beef. K few cholce stngle
palrs, 0S.21 V cwt. BnPs.etc.S4.2104.7i. Worklng
nien.IMI(S250 ) palr. ateera. X7.10125. Mllch cows,
$20 00032.00; eitra eood. $18 OO0H.OO. wlth or wtibnnt
ealres, as maybeagreed; f-rrn nndordlnarv, $18,000
32.f0. "torea, vearllng. S12.OO02O ftOi twn-vear-ol(1,
$1.OO0J2.OO: three-ar-olrt. 2i 0(1044 00. Rheen, 2J0
5t! eitra. 6070 Vt Ib-or M .1007 0i Vt head. Lamtia,
69eW Ih. Kat hctf, 707Jo VI Ib. shot... ctell,
80120 VI Ib. Nnrtbern dreaaed hnira. SK08VO Vt Ib.
Veal calvea. S06e V fb. Hrlnhtnn Milea. 7cj
conntr lot, 607c. Calfsktna, 120I2JJC Vt Ib. TaPow,
"Hra'.Vo W onnntrv. 4;. Sheared nlts. 5O02.VJ
each ; cnnntrv Iotr. 20025c. Lamb sklns, 5062o each.
Dalry skln. 250 vk) each.
REMARKR. Theaboye total on cattle irlres a laree
snnnlv from the west and nf verv extra qnalltr. There
alwavs ts a few weeks at thls eann when verv fat west
ern cattle ara aent to msrket and tbnae of lea fat sll at
hlcbr ratea tban what la generalW conaldered fancy
stock. Threlamnre nf the klnd than the dernand re
nnlres. Thla 1 one of the market. whereanchl tbece.e.
Tbr wre aales nf ten we.tern cattle avraga 1 .307 Ibs,
at $6.41 VI rvrt : tghteen. welghlng 19.310 Ibi. at 7c: nlne.
welgb'niz 10 470 fb. at 6Kci snma nnnptrr oxen at si
0"o VI Ib, dreed; two, to dresa 925 Ib. each, for $163.
Mllch cowa beld at prevlons rate.. There were le.a
sbeeo at markst and prlcea wera steady. There were 620
head of westem atale sheep drlven over fmm Brighton
to Unlon market for dl.no.al, wlth sales of sbeen at 6o
and sprlng lamb at 8o Vt lb. There were s.ies of llftv
seren conntrv sprlng lambs. averase ,10 Tb", at 7 Jci r
elgbtT-three sh"ared sheen. average 67 Ib at5cj a smU
lot nf aeventeen "n-lng lnibs. aver.ee 4t lb. at 7c VI Ib.
I'ouury soin ai uqi&o f ro.witn 3,bdu ro. at maraei.
Wrr.T.T" T.ANK'R H5TATE,
RTaTE OF VK.RMONT, Waahlngton Dlstrlct, .
Tn Prnhate Pnnrt. beld at Montpelier, ln and for sald
Dlstrlct. on the Hth day of Jnne, A. D. 1883 1
An lnstniment pnrportlntt to be the laat Wlll and Te
tament of Wlllla Tane. late of Marshfield, In sald Dls
trlct. deceaed. belng presented to the Court bv Dndlev
P.Pmllh. tbe Eiecutnr thereln named. for Prohate! It
Is ordered by sald Conrt that all persona concerned
thereln be notlded to appear at a see.lon of sald Court,
tnheheldat the Probate Offloe, In Moarpeller, on the
9th dsyof Jnlv. A.D. 18"1. and shnwcanse. If any they
may hava. aeain.t the l'roiiate orsatd ww: Tor wnicn
"nrposelt ls fnrther ordercl. that notlce of thls order
be pnMlsbed three weeks ueceealvelv ln the Vermont
Watchman A Rtate Jonmsl. prtnted at Montpelier, pre
vloiui to sald tlme annolnted for hearlng.
liy me v;onir aiii.
0W3 A. O. AVERILL, Reel.ter.
ATjFKed MEunrtnviR k8ttk,
The nnderelmed. haylng been apnnlnted bv the ttnn
ahle ProtAte Court for the Dlstrlct of Washington, Com
mtaatoners. toreoMve.eiamlne.andadln.tall rlatma and
demands of all nepaons agalnst theeatateof Alfred Me-
hnron.Iateor waitaneld ln saia msrnct. deceased. and
all clalms eihlblted In offsat thereto, herehy elye notlce
that we wl'l meet for the nurnn.es aforeaald. at the
nfflceof J. W.Oregory, on the 12th dav of Angnstand
12lh dav of October pext. from one o'clock, r. .. untll
fonr o'clock, v. .. eschof salddaya. and that slx months
from the 13th dv of Aprll. A. D. 1883. Is the t'me tlm
Ited bv sald Court for sald credltora to preaent thelr
clalms to na for examlnatlon and allowanoe,
Dated at Waitsfield, thls lt d.v of May, A. D. 1B-SS.
00-02 II. M.CWAIT1E,L' Comml.loners.
HAItVKT TII,IJEN" V.STATK.
The nnderslffned.havlngheenappolnted bythe Hnnor
able Probate Conrt forthe Dlstrlct of Washington. Coni
mtsalonera. to receive. examlne and adjnst all nlalms and
demands of all peraons agalnst the eetate of Harvey T11
den, late of Barre, In sald Dlstrlct, deceased, and all
clalms exhllntod In nffset tbereto, hetbv glve notlne
Ihat we wlll meet for the pnrnoaes aforeaald at the
late reslence of sald deceased. ln sald Barre, on the 5th
dav of July and 5th dav of December neit. from one
o'clock r, v. untll four o'clock r. each of sald davs,
and Ihat slx mnnths from the 6th dav of Jnne, A. D.
1883,1s the tlme UmUed hy sald Court for sald credltora
to preaent thelr clalms to ns for eiamlnattou and
Dated at Brre. thla 9th dav of Jnne, A. D. 1883.
1 1 U V E n w . 1 1 ra. Pnmmt.alnn.r..
A. C. Averill. Admlnlstrator.
ITCriT.T.TAM IHKT' TCSTATK.
V STATE OF VERMONT. Washington Dl.trlct. s.
In Probate Court. held at Mnntoeller, In sald Dlstrlct,
on tbe 18th dav of June. A. D.I8M.
James II. Holilen, Admlnlstrator wlth the wlll an
neie.1 of the estate of Wllllam Leet, late of Moretown,
ln sald Dl'trlct. rteoeased, preaents hls adralnl.tratlon
aconunt for examlnatlon and allowance, and make ap
pllnatlon for a rtecreo of dl'trlhntlnn and paiiltlon of
the estate of sald deceased. Wheroupon , It Is nrdered hy
sald Court, that sald aoeount and sald appllcatlon he
referrM to a .esslon thereof. to be beld at the Probate
ntncetnsam montpelier. on wia iin iavot .imy. a. i,.
188.1. for hearlng and declslon thereoni and. Hls fnrther
ordettal, Uiat noUoahereof be glven to all persona Inter
eeted. by pnbllcatlon of tbe sanie three weeks sueces
slvelv In the Vermont Watchman & State Journal, a
newspsoer pnbllshed at Montpelier, prevlous to sald
tlme Bppolntod for hearlng. that they may anpear at
sald tlme and place. and show canse. lf anv thev mav
have, whv sald account should not t allowed, and such
deoree maile. By tbe Cnurt Atteet,
01.Q3 A.C. AVERILL. BegUter.
DHIHON T. IVAY'H KHTATK.
HTATE OF VERMONT. Washington Dlstrlct, ss.
In rrnnate Court. hald at Montneller, tu sald DUttlct,
on the 12th day ot June. A. !. 18831 ...
B. I). Allen, Admlnlstrator of the estate of Addison L.
Way, lateof Warren, ln sald DUIrtct.deoeasal, preaents
hls aduilnlstratlon account for examlnatlon and allow
ance, and makee appllcatlon for a decree of dutrlbutlon
and partltlon of the esute of sald deceased. Whereuiwn.
It ls ordered by sald Conrt, that sald aoconnt and sald
avpllcatlon ba referred to a seaslon thereof. to ne beld
at the Probate Offloe, tn sald Montpelier, on the 6th day
of July, A. I. 1883. for hearlsg and rtectalou thereoni
and, lt la fnrther ordernl, that nottoe bereof be glven to
all persons lntermted, by publlcatlon nf the aajue threo
weeks suoceaalvely ln tbe Vermont Watchman A Htata
Jonrnal. a newspaper publlahed at Montpelier, prOTloos
to sald tlme appotnted for hearlng, that they mav appear
at sald tlme and plaoe, and show canse, tf anv thev may
have, why sald account should not ba allowed, and such
denv made. BylheCourt Atteat.
00-0 A, C. AVERILL, Itecltter,
WAIT! WAIT! WAIT !
Only Great Show Coming this Season !
WIM. KXIUHIT AT
Brattleboro .w..TueBday, Juno 10.
Rutland Wednesday, July 25.
Burlingtpn Thursday, July 26.
Montpellor Frlday, July 27.
White Rlver Junotion Saturday, July 28.
St. Johnsbury. Monday, July 30.
West Randolph M-Tuesday, July 31.
St. Albans WedneBday, Aug. 1.
(JUAHTKIt OF A
HIDRE1 PERFORMIN& ELEPHAUTS !
Thousands Everywhere Plocking to see Thom.
NINETEENTH ANIMUAL TOUR OF AMERICA.
First, Only, Colossal, Imported, Real,
E0MAN HIPP0DR0ME !
tFULL HALF-MILE RACE TRACK..O
Famous Trans-Atlantic three
Monster Trained Wild Beast Show! Mammoth Menagerie!
Abnolutelv and lnillnnntAhlv the most fileantlo notu.nl ida tlon of Old and Vw World Arenle. IllnDOdrome and
Rpeclal Keaturtw ever eihlMted under canvaii. anywbere
ForepauKh Show don't rely on a wlogle aufiml, large or
inrv leaiure lor puoiic mppon o u uevirea 10 ws juugeu
ezhibtUoas. no maltr wbere they come from, whose name
TWENTY-FIVE PONDEROUS ELEPHANTSV
Only Trans-Atlantlc Uippodrome,
Ilalf-Mile Raclng Track,
Only S30.000 Stud EngHh Race Horse,
Only Genulne Engllsh Jockeys,
Only Frencli Race-KIdera,
Steeple and Hurdlo Racen,
Newmarket and Derby Horsea,
MORE PERFORIERS THAN
Great French Clrcns,
Wonderful Sllbon Tronpe,
Leonatl, Blcycle AVonder,
I'nrvla and Donkoy Clowns,
Hlndoo Snake Cbarmer,
' Little Allrlcht,"
THE ONLY MILLI0N DOLLAR SHOW COMING HERE"
Red and Grey Kangaroos,
Largest Glraffe ever seen,
Firat Genulne Zebra Seen,
Only Mnn-faced Gorllla,
Feerlesa Fageant Cleopatra,
Scones of Splendor and Boauty,
Lalla Rookh LeAvlnfr Delbl,
Guards of Kedar Kabn,
EIVE MTJSIOAL 0EGANIZA.TI0NS IN PAMDE
Exblbltod overy Atternoon nnd Klght. Sime 1'erforiuHnce Afternoon as Evenlng.
Peerlfiss Pietic, Princely, Grand, Gorgeous, Free Street Parade
Everv Forenoon of Kxhlblllon Pay.lietween 9.30 and 10.30. tbe Oreatly Grand and Ciomeous CA11XIVAL STREET
r.y r otcuwu IA1,AUKi ln Uch u ,eu Uie Wonderfnlly (Irand and Stibllme l'sseants,
CLEO PATRAILALLA ROOKH
QUBEN OP EGYPT. I PRINOESS OP DELHI.
Personattng " LALLA ItOOKII." and tbe ltarge of Cleonatra w , K ni-a uueen. ina ini Mscnmo. "IT';"""
ever beheld npon the streets of an Amerlcan Clty.
lKO-MELOIlES,sngln ; aa the processlon movea. And the very lawst. lonsest, Breatest. grjndwl, gratnltoHS
and only BIIM.ION IOI,Tj 111 l'AOKANT ever seen on tbe streeU. AdinUslon, only SO certfi Chlldten
under years, 2Jceuta. KihlUltlon afternoon and eyenlnjj at usual hourj. Arenlo Cha r. rronienide Concrls
Hcnre or snn-iirient, sumpiuon unanots.
one lionr beore ooinuienclug hy tho Ureat Uauda,
mu ureai tsuow,
in the worM o tlme-wora acta or nctorn. The Great
BmaU lont dernd iuon a name don't rely upon a aoli-
anti patroiiizpa soieiy upon iu nuperion
they bear or what they conUt of.
Bicycle Racea and Prizeg,
Races by Drnmedariep,
LauKbnble Mule and Monkey Races,
Exclting Romnn Cbarlot Races,
Every Race a Real One,
Fonr Ilundred Horses,
Twentv-two Tralned Stalllons,
Tliree Ring8. Tbree Clrcutes.
ANY GIRCU8 IN THE UNIVERSE,
Vorld's Illustrlous Gymnasts,
French Female Cbarloteers,
One Entlre Engllab Circns Cornpany,
One French and German Clrcus,
One Amerlcan Clrcus Company,
All ln Tbree Separate Rings.
Italy's Greatest Rlder, AGUZZI.
Tbe Llgbt of tbe Ilarem,
Costumcs from Paris and London,
Slave Slnfilng Band,
More Costly Cbarlots tban any Show,
More Massive Dens tban any Show,
Musenm of Marvels,
Wondera from Everywhere,
Seats for 15,000,
Independence Drum and Flfe Corps,
Great Herd of Albino-eycd Cattle,
WOMAN IN AMERICA,
HIMOM I'UKK TUOUI'E OK 80UTIIEBS CAMI -MEET-