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MIDDLEBURY REGISTER OCTOBBR 1, 188G.
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C10M.MI.SSIOXi:itS' AOTIC'U r.slalc of
Tlie tinderslfincd, huvin been uppolntod by
tho Hdii. I'rnbate. Court for thc Dhtriet tit Ad
dison, Coininl-donors to reeolve, (wnmine
iind utliu-'t all olulnis uiul dciiMiids oftill pcr
sons n'e;aln-t tliu o-tato ot llcnry 51111s lnt(!
ir Granville, in wilil dWtriet, dccoa-cd, und
allclalms o.thibltcd ln oir-et thoroto, hcrcby
Kivu notleothat wo will mret fortlic purp(nes
ufnrosald, at tliu rcsidcnec ol l:. Kord in
(iranvillc, ini tlns 12th day ot Octnhorund 2(1
dav of Kebruury next, Iroin 10 o'elock, n. m.
nntil 3 o'elock. p. in., I'licli nf sald days and
lliut slxinonths from tlic 2d day of AiiKti-t,
A. 1). lN-Ji, is tlio tliiui liinltedby miIiI Court for
said croditoi'M to pivcnt their clulms to ti" for
cxainlnution and nllowniieo.
Dated at (iranvillc, tltt.s Uthduy ot cptem
bor, A. I). 1G.
IK. IIAXK.x, lc'oni
3S. I.1,.TII,I.OTSON, "m
to cuuv:is for tho :ilo ol Xui'M'ry Mook'
Mnulv cinplovincnt tfuuri.nh'iMl. ALAKY
AND 'KXrKN'sl:-, l'AID. Apnly ut oikt, Ma
tlwr (lEHVr to tlil p:iicr. :t';w
CIIASi: IIItOTIIKHS, ltnt-lirt-r, A. V.
ISUnsoD A Co-.I'ortland, ilfcioe.wlU recelre
free, full informMlon ftboot woik which
Ihey cando. and l!et bome,thl will pajr
ihem from fA to f 25 cer dar. fiome bite
t fleMs ftre Rcarce. bal thou whe vrlte to
cnrn'-rl over Zr in a day Either tex. joonc or old. Capiul
not leTulred. You are Btarted free. Thote wbo itrt at odc
are absolutely eure of anug little fortncei. All ii new.
Farm for Sale
THE Farm in tho southcast part
of the town of Shoreliam, of late
tho home place of William G. Will
son, doceased, is ofTercd for sale
Tliis farm is supposcd to contain
147 acres, consisting of meadow,
pasturago and wood-land, in desira
blo proportion. Tho dwclling
houso lias Iately been tliorouglily
repaired and modernizcd; and is
neat, convcnient, comfortable and
commodious. Tho out-bnildings,
though not new, arc in fair condi
tion, and ontirely .amplo for tlic
wants of tlic farm. The farm is
well fencod, and has upon it a
young, thrifty and bearing orchar l.
This is a fine opportunity for any
ono desiiing a good home and a
farm with more dcsirablc and fewor
objectionable featurcs, than tho av
erage of farms. If desircd, casy
tcrms of paymcnt will be grantcd.
For price and othcr particulars, in
quire on the premises, of
Mrs. ELTZA WILLSON,
Or of E. J. OR5ISBEE, Brandon.
.Sliortliam, Vt., Jaii.20, ltb.
FARM FOR SALE
Tho Sumncr farm, Bllnatcd onc ralle north o(
this villagc on tho New llarcn road, contalnlng
200 acres. Has a good varicty of euil for
MEADOW, PASTURE AND PLOWING,
Ia well watcrcd; lmildlucs in fair condltlun.
Will sell all or oiiclmlf. Considerinir its near.
ness to tho vlllago and Its quality, this farm Is
chcap prnperty and a good invcstment lorany
onc. Such land, bo near itny othcr place of this
sizc, couki nui uu uouuiu lor iwice ine monoy.
U. I). TWITCHELL.
Middlebury, Vt., Oct. 21. 1885. 12 ;tf
Two venrlliiL' Ilnlstctn Kic'islnii ltiills ont nt
lirlzo wlnnlnc cows, eircd by a prlzo wliniln
iju 1 1.
For prlcos und pcdigrci's iiddrcss
I). K. MACAL'LY, 5Iana(ur,
Crcam 11111 Moek Karm,
20 Shoi'i-liaiii, Vt.
At Cream Ilill, Shoreham, 5
Acri'S of Oouil I'asturo io
51 uy 20, ISsRd. 22-t(
FUty thoiiHiuul fcot fonco boanls Ifl tvvt
loiiif. !i und I) inolicH widn nnt 1 1.4 lnr1ud
thit-k; 100,(tfi0 (eot kooiI Hprucn HlilnKlnj uIho
fJl luuk int.t irrw.il ...... 1....,...! ..1 1 i..
"'I'""' j,1" 3Hiv,u UOilliin, lliMIIIIK III-
iillrool IIK.VHY SMITH, ,
Urviid l.oal Inu,
ienco. One box w11
do morotopuriiy tho
blood and curochron-
ic ill bealth than $5
worth of any other
rcmedy yet discov
ered. Ifpeople could
bo made to realize
Central Vt. Railroad.
" EASTEKN STANDAUI) TIME.
COMMENCINC JUNE 27, 1880.
Tralns will lcav Middlebury s IoIIowb:
OOINO KOKT1I AND WEST.
3:33 a m
NIGIIT EXlMtESS, Iroro
New York for Montrcal. Oir.
densbur? and tho West.
Sleeplng car to Montrcal
daily except Mondaye.
o m I.OCAL EXPltESS-fornur.
3.0K rv-i KXI'RESS MAIL, from New
P LLl York, New London, Troy,
Albany, Springrid and nos
ton for Burlington, Mont
pellcr, St. AlbanB, Montreal,
(jeuonsourg anu mc ivcsi.
EXl'UESS, lom New York
Albant and Troy for ltur.
6:15 p m
nngion, si. AioanB, aion.
troal, and tho West. I'ar.
lor car to St. Albans...
OOINO SOUTH AND EAST.
9:50 a m
lleld and New York; also
Troy, Albany & New York,
wlth Wayner Drawln
Itonni rar to New York. ar.
riving 7 p. m.
A.RO v-v-, M1XEI), for Uutland nnd
y 111 Intermcdiate statlons.
S:37 p m MIXED, for Uutland.
lO'-IP i-i rv-i NIGHT EXl'llESS.fnrTroy,
l.J.XO JJ 111 Albany, New York, and
iiosion. a oiceimig car
Ihrouch tn New York and
also to lloston.
Colng South 0:33 a m MUed train
leave riconiieroga lor leicester Jtinctlon, ar
rlvlng7.25. Colng North-G:00 p m 5Ilxed traln
icaves ueiccstcr Jimctlon, arrlving at Tlcon
dcroga 7. "20.
- Throueh Tlckete for Chlcaco and the West
for sale at thc prliicipal statlons.
S. W, OUMMTMS
J, W, HOBART,
Oircrs advantaces ot thorotixli In-truction
und cvi'iy laclllty lor acniiiiiiiK a practteal
Ituliic-.K EdiH'iitioii M'cond tono otliLT slnii.
lar lnstitutlon, and on tunni niiieli lxdow
thoM1 ot any other llrt-elass Hiixliiess CoIU'ku
as niay be m'cii by a coinparUoii with our
ralei of tiiltiou
('(iiiuiicrciiil CinirKe, :l 3foiltlit4.
Mioiioirrniililc 1 oiii'Ht', :l .lloiitllif. 2.1
KiikIInIi t'onrne, 11 .llontliM, 12
Tno l'(illco x open dallv, Irom 8 a. in. to3
p. in. and nroni Oetobcrlst to Aprtl 1st) from
i itti.ji. in., ii.i ijiiiiii.t'M"', nui, i mrn v i. i i
VIDl'AI, IN.Vl'liL'LTlON in all brunclies !)ay
tuilent' ailinittpd to livcnlnir l'-Iohi fiii:i:.
.-cnd lor mr nuw clreular
:!).:iu"i. i:. .'. i:'aas. I'riiuipui.
SMITH & ALLEK"
Kccp on liand, or furnlsh on short nntlcc, all
(Embraclng, wlth thc old varielies, the new nnd
celcbrated Niles gnods),
itils, Door.s, Sasli. Itliiuls,
ItOSENDALE A I'OUTLAND CEMENT,
III.ACK AND WHITE LIME.
Ill addltion to othcr inatcrial pn'viou-,ly
ki'iit wc havc iut lei elvcd a eiir load ol olinlco
t'unada llcart prnci.liini;li,s. (lMncli) wlileh
wn wm M'li at very low iifriiru".
Onico und mill Urst door on Mlll Street.
To com"pond with paity liaviiifr stooked
lion-c stock larin to lot out on xlmrot to in.
spoii'.lblii party, or will ldro by year to rlfiht
paity. Ilefercnco fiirnlshed aiid ripilri'il.
AildruiH Itc'Kteronicu, Middlebury, Vt. SS
. THB BEST AND OIIBAT-E3
ulll drlvo tho Ilumorfromyour
IHtnrtlta and Hlotehea
cu maryour oeauty""
ro caoflca by Impuro fcj
Diooa, anu can uc
i. II tou nro
. blood tiu
thaUtt and VCre
Ul mcdlcine. Try lt -4V
gjind you vlll bo satlflllccl.
DOHT WAJT. GEP IT XI OKCE.
If von are snfTerine from Kldney"
d suii'iiun iiiTTEiia. Tiioy
, Bell's One Klnute GureforToothachsS,1;
School Trents In Frnnce.
This Is tho scoson of "Bohool troats."
tho glorious ttmo of year when tho chil-
dren of tho very poor aro for onco ln a
way lifted out of the dopths of that
liovertj in which so many thousanih of
them nro stcepod nnd taught to bolievo
thnt for tliDin, os well as for the "young
gentlemen" nnd "young ladles" of tho
colleges nnd iiich schools" and "fash-
ionnblo semin.arios" tho sun shlnos, tho
birds cnrol joyously, tho long grass in
mendows liytnns n soft anthom ns tho
light hreezes sweep over it, nnd tlio
wnves dnnco nnd glonm ns if they, too,
wore ninking holiday. The "school
troat" has nhvays been nn "institution"
with us: in Franco, howover, they havo
only just mado tho discovery that in tliis
matter of school festivnls tho examplo
set by "perfldious Albion" might well bo
imitntod by "Ia gr-r-r-ando nation;" and
they havo imltatod us, wo nro glad to
Tho llrst to participato in the count
less pleasures of tho French school troat
wero 400 childron who receivo their edu
cation under tho nuspices of tho Chem
ins do For do l'Onest. They wero taken,
of course, by traln to tho forest of St.
Gcrmain, obout ns grand a plnyground
ns could bo found on either sido of tho
channel; a muubcr of friends sont a
quantity of good things; thogladesof tho
old forest rang with tho unaccustomed
music of children's voices; and, as a
chronicler of tho feto puts it, tho spec
taclo of tho youngsters at tho station of
St. Lazare, after their "outing," "did ono
good to seo." Now that the "school
treat" has onco taken root in France, it
will, wo hoic, develop in the provinces
as woll na in tho capital. Cor. Pall Mall
llRly ltcsldcnccs In tho Suliurbs.
In somo of tlio suburban towns sur
rounding Cliicagothero aro entire streets
closely built up witli houses on both
sides, wliich nro ns mttch liko one an
other ns twins. In shnpo, sizo and gen
eral contour they aro similar, and, al
though tho builder has put in somo mi
nor featuro of variation, perhapa to as
sist tho ocuupant to distinguish his home
from tho rest, tho eiloct is painfully
stiH, conventionnl and monotonous. The
lots aro nll of exactly tho same size, ns
if tho man who wautcd n fow feet more
or less of ground had no right to have
his wish gratilied, and tho houses aro
built on the same "deadlino" of elova
tion abovo tbo street, and precisely tho
same numbur of feet and inches from
tho sidewalk. All that is wanting to
mnko tho sceno ns conventional as a
Chinese picturo on a tea-box, is that
every owner sliould set out the same
number, sizo nnd kind of trees in front,
nnd precisely tho same shrubbery in his
yard as those of his neighbors. Fortu
nntoly tho inhabitants are not so bereft
of all sonso of the pictttresquo as is the
town builder, and a touch of variety is
given in cliiiibiiig vines, blooming ilow
ers and variously arrnnged shrubbery.
It would cost no more, or nt mostonly
a trillo more, to introduco a pleasing va
riety in tho nrchitecturo of tho houses,
so that each should bo ns distinct and
difrerent from its neighbor ns tho peoplo
nro unliko who Hvo in them. Chicago is
full of architocts who have imagination
and tnstc, nnd it is not their fault that
the presont condition oxists. It is tho
fault of tho villago builders. Chicago
A rrincL'sn Wlth a Ilcnrt.
Tho engagement of Princo Alexander,
of Dulgaria, nnd Princess Victoria, eldest
unmarried daughter of tho crown princo,
is broken. It was really an nlfair of tho
heart. Tho Rulgarian ruler is a won
dorfully handsome man, though his
featuros butray tho )easant blood which
llows in his veins. Tall, dark eyed and
well proportioned, it is but natural that
ho should movo a maiden's heart. Tlio
princoss admired hiin and confldud iu
her mother, whofnvored hor inclination.
Tho emporor and crown prince, obdurato
from tho llrst, opposed her wish. Tho
heroic conduct of tho Bnttenberger, his
bravery nnd skill aniid the roar of battle,
served only to fan tho Hamo of tho prin
cess' love: aud no heart beat moro
rnpidly at nows of his victory than thnt
of tho roynl girl of tho palace of Berlin.
Friends pleaded for her, ho queen of
Uoumania interceded in her behalf, but
all in vain, Her heart wns sacrificed,
her wish unfullilled. It is oven whis
pered that tho prince will bo stricken
from tho ranks of tlio German nrmy,
whero ho now holds tho position of
major general, if ho does not givo her
up. Berlin Cor. Now York Tribune.
lllnwlne; Up ii Sluirk.
Tho following curious story, contiinod
in a lctter from a young sailor who
formerly lived in Ashford, lias been ro
ceived there: "Wo wero lying otl Natal
tho other day when a most exciting oc
currenco happened. AV'o saw two or
threo monster sharks playing round the
ship for somo timo tho largest of them
mensuring nbout fouiteen feet long so
wo baited a line with n Bmall pieco of
pork and dropped it out to him. Ho
calmly swallowed tho bait, hook and nll,
nnd out tho line with his teeth, tnking
no further notico ofi it. Wo then hnd
recourso to stratogy. Tho breast of a
buck, which had been hanging up somo
timo and wns rather high, was weighted
in ordor to sink it, aud a hand charge of
guncotton inserted therciu, tho whole
connected by wiro with n loat's battery.
No soonor had tho venison reached the
wator than tho shark mado straight for
it; but, just ns ho opened 1ns mouth to
swnllow tho bait, tho chargo was ex
ploded, his jaws boing completely shat
tered. Tho monster turnod on its back
and sank in the bay." London Globe.
llvtnueu 5Vlt and lloauty.
At a public dinner a distinguished
statesman was placed between Madamo
do Stnel nnd .Miulamo llecamier. "How
lucky I am," said hej "hero am I seated
between wit nnd beauty." "And with
out possessing either "tho one or tho
other," observed Madamo do Stnel.
Advlci to CnrreitpoiidifiiU.
If our cni reBpondent.s will kindly wpf t
on only one side of the pnjK'r we shonli
be better plensed. Then ire can use th
othersido to writo paragraplis on,
WheiI)by yru Mck.nre gye h CMtorU,
VThen b ttm Chlld, ehe cried for Ciwtorla,
When sho becm Mls, slie clnng Ui Cantoria,
When ihe had Chlldmn, ebo gare them Cutoria,
BTJPFALO, 2NT- "ST.
OrnanUrd itIIIi n Tiill Htnrr r elRlilrcn
I'.xprrlrncrd anil Hkllirul I'lijslrlntiK
nnd Hiirecon for llir Irrntiiiciit or
nll Clironlc llmr.
OUR FIELD OF SUGCESS.
Chronlc Nnan Cnlarrli, Tliront nnd
I-tnie IMon,rn, l.lvor nnrt Kldnry
Diioaiicii, llliuliler IIInouucii, IlUrnncit
of Womeii, lllood DIhciiioi and iNcrv
on AffocUon. curcd hero or nt home,
wlth or withoiit BccliiK tho tmticnt. Come nnd
pfo us, or eeinl ten ccnls in BtnmpB for our
Iuvnlld Muldo Ilook, wbleb glvos
ncrvoiu noiilllty, Inipo
teiic)', Nix'liirnnl I.oieB,
nnd nll .Horbld CondltloilH
cmixed by Voutliful Iol.
IIch and I'uriilcloitM Soli
tnry 1'racllrcn nre spccdily
nnd nnrninnpntlr enrpd nv nnr
Spcclallsts. IJook, post-pnid. Ii) cts. in stnmps.
Itupturo, or Urencli, rndl
cnlly curud, wlthout the knllc,
wltimut deiR'iideiice upon
triiBHos, nnd wlth very little
lu stmnin, " " " lv"1
VlItE TOTIOItS nnd STIIICTI'HKS
tiintcd witli tho sroutfst aucccss. Ilnok n nt
for trn ernts in stutn. Addrcsa Wom.n's
DlSlT.NSAUY ilEniOAL ASSOCIATIO.V, CGJ 5Iaill
Strtut, IlulTulo, N. Y.
Tho trcntmont of many
thouinds of fnscs of thoie
tllseusos pcculmr to
nt tho Invullda' Hotel nnd
Surirlcnl Instltntc. hnq nf.
forded laitre cxporlenec in ndnptlnjr remedlef
for their curc, nnd
la tue result of this vast exporience.
It is n powcrful IlCNtorntlvo Tonl'
and Ncrvlnc, impiuts vlifor nnd strm?
to tho system, nnd curen, ns it tiy maglc, I.en
corrlicn, or "ivlilteB,'' ojiockiI'.
Uou-inc, pninfitl nicnHtruntion, m.
nnliiriil Nupprciisioiix, prolnpnm r .
lalllnff of tlio utcrui, wonlt bnri
jme vcrnion, retro vertion, hcnrin:
liiwn seasnt ioiiK, iluoulc conire
loti. iliflrctiinatlon and ulcfritir
i Ihe uonili, 1 n 1 1 .". j:ui:nli oo , .;u
.:! tPitderiiewH In ovario,, (nici:i.
-e.il, and "foiiinie veak3iu.
It i-'rtinntly reli' vc und c;it' S rr:'.:u.
.i We'aki.oss of Stomncli, Stnii':
ii, ISloatiu, r.'ervont lrosir:iiii'
.. .5 .SlecplcninoiiN, ln cltlicr eox.
rnl'uL 4)I.UU, iok sse.c
SolI by DrnKBifits every'heiT.
n-n ii-nts in stainpd for nr. I'n'Hv's !
Tr 'itise on DlSffijses of Wrp-.ir il!ust-..t .
Vorld's Dispensary biadical Assooiati;!!,
003 Main Street. BUFFAL,0, J .
.c , tlv eured lir P
? I'lcrcc'K l'lcnnni
7 l'liriiallve I'elletn.
eentt u lal. by Druci'i-
J. B. HUSTED,
VERGENNES, - VERMONT.
Kci'ps con.-tautly on hand a laru aud well
M'leeted stock ot
and prcpared to inake them up ln late-t
s-tyle, bct manni'riinil at tliu lowi"-t price!..
Wo Kuarantce our cuttlnK' and work to be
llrt ehiH, and all work mado ly us s Mibjoct
to the upproval of our cu-tnmers
W'v havo reeently added to ourcu-toiu tal
lonni;, Ready-Made Clothing,
A Kine Stock ot
QENT'S YOUTH'S AND BOYS',
At the I.owe-t rriecs. St'ull nnd seo lor
youi 'M'lves, aud you will be convlnced ot what
Dyor'sBlock, Opp. Stovons' Houso.
Vergennes, Vt., lSs(!,
I havo dcclded to cloio niy crcainery ln .Mid
'Saturday, July 3,
be'iiuo ol lack ot )iatronaii('. and olVer for
Mile all thetanks, eliurus aud llxturcs ot a
tlrt elitM ereainery tltted to liandle tliu nillk
Or, will cntiT into liartiiersblp wlth a nian
wlio ki ows ol a locallty whero nillk will be
dellvered twleo a day, wliorn 10) to IKKI cows
eau be sccured und whoro thero is pleuty ol
runultu; waler. Kor turther partlcularM cn
(iuiro ol or address
V. W. ATWOOl).
West Miilnbury, Vt., July 1, lt-i. 27itt
lots on Collcge Ilill lor sale,het iu ton u.
U. D. TWITCHELL.
$1.00 FOR 25 CTS.
To nny one who will mukI us 25c. aud act as
our np'iit we will send tliu followiii); Koods
tliut ixmld not bo bouL'lit M')nirately lor less
than il.uu 1 Doen Mieets ol Supi'rllnu C'oni
luerelil l'upcr, 1 Doicn Knveloios to uiutcli,
2 Extlii'llno I.adle;.' steel 1'ens, 1 Uents' Uolil
cii I'cn, l Isk. lioi.l.KD (ioi.n IIIno, woitli more
than ve cliai'Ku lor tho puckiiKf, 1 IHxou l.ead
renel'., 1 Kaber's I'eueil Uiibber, all llrst-class
Koods I ,-lii'ctol lllottlue; l'upcr, 1 Itollcd V.nM
l'lutei. Collariliitton, 1 rt ot ltolled UoldC'utr
Huttons. We have Btated that tliu Koods
bouubt epaintely enuldiiotbobnuglitfor less
than $I.uo, but to secure new uKeuts wo will
sell them put up ln a packugo for 2.V. stMlui
AOIK MFti. C'0 Ksskx, Conn.
MRS. A. T. STEWART AT 70.
Onmtotfa I.vttor to Chlcnxo Intur-Oecuu.
Toad and I pent yeMordny iiiornliif;
Rtnrlng nt ilrs. A. T. Stewart'.a Saratoga
Riandciir, preparatoryto thollllton luwn
party. Foiget everythlng you over
lieard of her, and here's a llfe-fdzu, full
leiiglli iiortralt. To begln nt baptl-m,
Mlie Is "fi, but as youthftil as f0 lu looks
and aetlon. ller eyc are blue and kcen,
herears are begllililng to be tieaelieroua,
but sho is not too pciisitivc to pietend
that f.ie hear.s when sui'h i not the ca-"e.
You will be snrprl'ed to know that she
ha a touch of goltre, an old, old inalady,
and all her eollars liutton ti elo-e uiider
her ear tlps. Worth inake.s all her own,
and the only dlieetloli hu over leceives i
Hersulteat thc (iraiid L'nlon liii'ludes
a do.en of theehoicest rooins on the llrst
lloor, liiiiiuMliatcly oyer the olllce. front-
lng on ltioadMiy, and cdinuiandiii
either end of the ilazza on that thoi
oiiginaie. jne linsiress i a zealot on
the stibjVct of inlirorfs, and Fielich plate
abouiiils lu every rooin. In her chanibei'
there i a inlnor over the dres.sliifj-cit'-e,
one over the tollct table, a long (;lass be
tween the wlndows, a standlng bonnet
glass set iu a revolving silver fraiue, and
a full-length bevelled panel In her negll-
ge wardrobe, besidef the hand-glas-es
and iiiouth-inirror.s of all rdzus and slmpe.s
in her toilet cae.
At 11 1--J a. iu. aud .1 p. in. her vletoila
is in waitlng, and she ilrlves an hour or
so, unless the weather is tlireateiilng.
Irs. Wt'therell accoinpanie.s her. She
has no pets, no lap-robo, and no valet
Her hats are uually white, her gown
net or Indla silk, her paraols white lace,
nnd her faee well veiled with dotli'd lace
or gauze. She is frequently seen on the
garden piaza at the lnoiiiing coiieert,
but rather hiin.s soeiety.
At the Ililton lawn pnrtv ve-tenlav
Mrs Stewart wore a niauve satln ri-eep-
tion toilet eovered with a piinee-.s robe
of cohwch black lace. 'I'hi: pattern was
a bell-flowcr, and iu the euji of each
blo.ssoiu wa- a niall ta-el of black iet
siiiiulatin the stainens and fairlv bc-
wilderiiiK the eye wlth their lu-tie. At
her throat va a row ot liig white di:i
inond set iu a lace pin, and her laee cor-
sae oriiaiiieiit was a (iieek ero-s fom-
inclies Ionr, Invlsihlv et in Miekets of
gold that were a- far apai t as the iliam
eterof the stoncs. There is no telliiijt
what thejewel was worth. but it was the
llne-t ornaineiit I ever uw. She wore
several braeelets set wlth diaiiionds, hut
the most niagniilcent wa a cirele of rose
cut lirillants from whieh were biingk's oi
,'nrnet, ruliy, sappliiie, tuniuoUe and
eineralds each a .-inrlo stone the sle of
a ioo,ebeiry, Minouudcd with sinall
brilllants. Her bonnet was niade of
white t bread laee. tied with lace triiigs,
and she wore black gloves.
A STRIKING PORTRAIT OF THE UNCROWN
ED KINGA FAILINQ CONSTITUTION.
(.atein I.etterlo the New YorkMiu.
First, one of tliocniperor' body jiiai'd
far more iinportant and liau'htv iu il-
bearing than all the einpenii-, eaiue
down to open the foldliift door nnd to
clear a path throueh the ciowd. Then a
slemler suit of nillitary elothes witha
man In it caine to the head of the stair.
to see if all was right and then caine lli
niarek. The erowd aw a very blg man,
a man remai kable for the sl.e of his body.
but who looked at lea't thiee timo- as
big when hU powerfitl face could be -een
under his liijxli, old-la-hoiied ilk hat.
It was not the Ilisniarek whose face
you have stuilied in chronios and in pho
tographs all over the land. Wlth no
I'ru-Mau caporiiiiiform tolend tlercene.ss
to it, it was the llnn hut kind faee of an
old man sniiliiig gently upon the erowd
of upturned faces, and litting his old
ruinpled hat as earefully to each one that
siluted him as though hs eniire success
in lite deiiended upon the Impre.sslon
which he should inake on that oecasion.
His moustnehe, uot as tleice or oii as It
w as when the pictuies which we see of
him wero taken, U as white as uow, and
tlroojis down ovei a niouth of wonderfiil
ririiiness and strength.
IIIs eyes move restlessly uinler his
buhy eyebrows, and below are the deep
lines that tell how hard a work it has
been pulling the wires of Kuroie from
behiml liis huperlal master's ehair. But
the eyes beconie kind and snilllng when
they test upon the awe-stricken eounte
nances of the nien who uncover thein
selves along his path. His face show.s a
gentle interest ln theso moleeules of the
nation, a inlld wonder as to how inen
pass their timo who have no Kuropean
liousekeeping to atteml to.aud what they
can possibiy Htul to do when he is not
uslng thein to carry out his plans by
iiiaklng thcui kill one auother.
Any gentleinan who wants to helghten
a faucled reseinblanco to the great prince
niiist begln by getting the olil-fashloned
silk hat dcscribed, bclng careful to select
one whieh has been rained upon, nnd
which is of the most rigorotts stovepipe
pattern, wlth not the sllghtest unbeiidlng
Iu deference to style. Tlieii let hini put
on a hlgh collar, wldeopen lu front, wlth
a white necktle, very voltiiiiluous and
fastened iu a careless biiueh, aud a palr
of hcavy shoes, with low heels, of the
largest size that can be fouud ready niade.
The clothing is a l'rince Albert suit of
heavy black broadcloth, niade iu the
very plainest style, such as a nian inlght
have wom ut any period of thc world's
history since the fall wlthout nttractlng
The eye of the prince is by far the
strongest part of his extiaordinary face;
It is iiioro than half the nian. It appears
gray, aud, hldden away as it is under the
Iinn,,. I,- n - ... ......
iorin, watciiiiu, rcstics.s, coniDatlve, tel
tiiifl... a ..t r . . .......
le anil stispleion. As loiif; as It blaze a
does now the einiilte can irlltle dou
fltltldlv tlit'ritiirli lilc ..1.1 .....1 .1... r ...
'"rt" "fc-, (ll(l UCI
llinll lienlllli tnnt ,1flt1- !...!.. I - ....
j.vw!-. ...t, uinm 1JIVI1 UUCI Ulll
iiioia- tiielr plpes lu peace. lltit th
(JU'S H'lllldl l-riln.ittt f. 1 1,.... .
(1(1 llls WOl'k III ulll nrnl,.,l,l, I.
inaiiy. iiis iniiui is as clear and hU wll
Is as strnln' u iv.it 1,.I.1.. .....1 in. ...
llfe keep his blp body tialght, ln sjilte o
tlie Kiail ol vears uncl trou b C th.-it i..-.-
upon lt. liut his stei s slow and tuicei
..ttl... t I , , .
uiii ill,.- ,Ji i ti'j-y Old Hlilll,
Often as he walked he would I leconii
forgetful of thlng around hiin, and thei
suddenly reeolleetlng hlmself, and anx
hiiis to pre.-ent an appeaianee of iiln lea
vlgor before the people, would stral"ht
fA his shoulder.s, throw back his nniis
'and inake an ell'ort that w.m ninin.t .ii
itii in m.i v i :i i i-iiiiir i tiii tiiric, oa.
tillll troail. A n il,l ,l....i.... .. l... i
, ...... vv.wi, " IHMWI llli(ll
years has practiced in this nlaee. s..ii.l t
l.ln lli.,) Ill- 1
tlit- watcrs than they would vxvv he ahl,
t( (lo fnr liini 11! ,i....f
A HINT ON HEALTH.
.UIUIUIKU nr tinrernia r
lng theiiiselves uiitil watni and weai-y
aud then throwiiig theinelves on a beil
or sota, wlthout coveiing, or in a room
ntlllll. .11111 III 11111 lllllttt Ilill hl' lifi-
miuiii a nre, or uy reinoving their out
er gainicnts alter a long walk. It vou
liave to walk and ride both, do the rkflng
tlrst. and. on i-i.rm'ntnir ,m
room, aud keep 011 all vour wrap uiitil
POOl. I'Vl'll lf Vllll c.l,U'..H 11 .... r . .
, puiiiv iiicuuuori.
AN ELEGANT STORE.
THE NEW CLOTHINQ ESTABLISHMENT OF
MES3R8- B. TURK & BRO.
"The haiid-omest clothing store iu the
State, and none haiidsoiner lu New
Kiigland." was the verdiet ot a gentleinan
ot wlde experience and ob-ervatioii. who
-tepped in to congratulate the 3Iefr.
l urkof thisfity on the eompletion of
the exten-ive and elegant changes which
they have been lnaking iu their clothing
establUhnient on ( ollege street. It is a
verdiet which can be endor.-ed with prlde
by eery liuiiingtoiiian. Mnce the erec
tion ot the new Wells & I.MchariUon (. o.V
buildiiig aud the coinpletiou ol their line
ollkes, no Mieh extensive and h:indome
liont or mteiior lia been eon.tnicred ln
thN city or Iu Ver t, as tlie .Me-rs.
Tuik have pioduced iu the remodellltig
ot their well-known plaee of bu-Iiies. on
College street. Tlie cliaiifTes whicli have
been made amoiint to a practical rebuild
ilig of the entire bii-ine.-s part ot the
e-tablishnient. Thc ground lloor ha
been lowered two ieet, liringing the ales
rooins on a level with the pavement, and
U.) Ieet ot extra room have been added to
the depth of the original sale-rooin,
makiiig thc dimcii.ion, of the store at
pre-ent IDI) Ieet iii depth bv -II) feet in
width. Tliis large and well-arranged
sak-room is llnished entirelv iu the
line-t ot hard w oods with oil linMi. The
wood work N of clear -pruee, beautifullv
llni-hed, with a iianelled ceiling. A
large "Jaiianesf skylight," alo hand
somely llni-hed m hardwood, lights the
inteiior and hrings out the iine cll'ects nt
tlu llni-hed and matclied woods. The
niaiu sale.-room s divided into two part
by a beautifully linished casing and up
right ol Canada a-h. Theouter room is
the departliieiit for the -ale of readv
niade clothing. aud the inncr the cutoiii
deiai tineiit and -ale-niom lor hat-. The
wallsotthis dcpartiiient are litted with
neat a-h cae- with .-helves gla Iriinted,
lor the di-iilay of gentlemun'.- hats. In
the niaiu -ale-room are langed elegant
coimters ot tlni-licil a-h and movable
iiiiiTor- with a-h fraines. Thc lloor
thniiighoiit are of hard w ood, linished.
At the larther end of the readv niade
goods depaitment are two veVv neat
rooins tinl-hed otl lor trvingon g.u nient-.
The in-ide hcight of the -tore is 1 1 .l
Ieet glving it a very impo-ing and alrj
appearance. 'i'he custom departliieiit i
dlvided trom the cittting room and olllce
by an a-h partition. The olllce s a verv
handsome. well-lighted aud beautittillv
luriii-hed room, lTixl.t Ieet. It is sup
plled w ith a inodern lavatorv and eloset-.
The cutting room is li!x-j tvvt iu dimeii
sions; and still iarthcr back of it is thc
tailor shop. where tlie custom work of
the estalili-hiiient is done bv y. tailors.
The entire basement of thc buildiiig ha
been telitted as a trunk room and -tote-room.
The entire buildiiig is liglited by
eleetricity and gas. and heated bv steain.
The most striking featute of "this Hn,.
new store, however, is the front and en
trance, which -urpa-ses anvthlug of It?
kind iu this city, and proiiablv is not
equalled liy any establishmcnt of the
kind north of lioston. The entire front
and entrance I- KI feet in width, aud con
sists of two superb plate glas- ?how
wlndow s and a inagniilcent entrance 14
feet In width. The fiamework of the
plate glass tront is all of llnisid hard
wood, while the plate glass i-, lor the
two liont lights, S feet in width, aud for
the side lights 7 ieet iu w idth. bove
are ;l feet bevelled glass eathedral w in
dows, with stained glass ceiitres. The
entrance is a recess 1 1 feet w ide and 7
feet deep. It is neatly tiled with F.ngllsh
tlling, and is supported on either -ide by
stone btittresses surinounted by oak pil
lars with earved caps. Tlie doors are of
solld oak with burnished gilt trinmiings,
and are of elegant pattern.
This inagiiiiicent pieco of work was
entirely done by home talent, the con
tractois being .Messrs. Fisher A" Bames
of this city; and the pluinbing and heat
Ing apparatus wa? put iu by the llrin of
Wheelock & Kiugsiand. The establlsh
nient is not only a credit to theenterpris
Iug nnd reiies"entatlve tlrin of .Me.-srs,
Tuik it Bro., but to the cltv of Buiiing
ton aud to the State. There is uot a
tlncr interlor in New Kngland, aud the
Messrs. Turk are to be congratulated
upon the sucee-sful carrying out of their
loii2-cherished project ot provlding Bur
lington with one of the haud-ome-t
clothing and fiirnishiug stores in the
eountry. Burlington Free I'ress, Sept.
FOOD FOR INVALIDS.
Huudredsof iuvalidsfail to regain their
bealth and strength because of inaliilitv
to dlgest and usslmllate their food. lf
they would use the I.aetated Food, thev
would ilnd it an article whieh is moft
easlly digested, und will be asslinllated
by the stomaeh when all other food- fail.
It Is predigested, noiiirritatiiig, and has
gieat nutritive propertles. lt can be
prepared iu many dlll'ereut ways, and i
a palatable and delicate artkio of diet.
Sold by druggists evervwhero. 2,"e.,
,i0o., it $.