V13TMO:NT DAILY TRA"NTSCR f"P I MAY 18, 186R.
DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S S
The Farm and Garden, ' MwmM.
I wnt oifco iW.eut at n oiirlou.s scene
Aarleiiltural Items. which took place in the Phljico Vim-
' Wloijic. When In conversation with m
A table Hiioonfitlof eoarHesiilt dropped ; French physician, at the corner of the ;
on each hill of corn, Hooii after planting Hue St. Ilonorc, a.gronp of then ve er- xt i T
It! far bettor to keep oU' cut-worms than ana adVancied toward us. From their : $ U K A N ( E
wmkliiL' the corn in fjas.s tar. Tlie salt uesliculntionH, they appeared lobe hlgli- J - -11 J
Krrlci I dmVn hv the rains, and act .m ! Vy eseltOtl with the miMeot of their con
n fertilizer, beside destroying the worm. , ycrsatioit, and were evidently endeavor-;
Unlcs the season is very wet the coat-1 ing to Impress upon one of their com nully
Ing of the tar interferes with theabsorp- j (a tall, thin, pale faced old man, in the j
7. . V. .... ii I mil form tC in Tumor nl fJunriM smiio Jir- 1
tion )V tne corn 01 me ni:i-iwii, mwin-i ... . w. --i , , r vr . iV
tin,. rAr iri.fniliisitlon gument which lie would not admit,
tine rm culmination. . . b stimulated by cm losity wo advanced
A farmer saj'H that coughing in horses . toward them, and found the cause of
is caused bv t'he line dust In the hay, their excitement to be of the refusal of
detached by pulling it through a rack. , thegranadicr to enter a wine shop with
Take awny the rack and food from a them ; they accusing him of the want
bin on the door and the couuhing will 0f due respect to the memory of the Ein-
neror. and he nlcnilcu in oxcttso ins 111-
1868. jsssSs 1868,
A good farmer will not roly on his I
neighbor for the tools necessary for his
business, nor for seed to plant which he
can as well raise for hinelf.
In the report of the Department of
Agriculture for March is an article pre
dicting the speedy recovery of the cotton
grdwing interest in the South.
The Institution of a Farmers' Club in
each town now destitute of one would,
as a general thing, prove a good invest
ment, Qrop prospects in Ohio and the West
generally are highly mattering. The
promise of wheat is much better than
wn'M expected i
Cotton planting commenced in Ala- ro,iv . j,e ai
mm about the first of April, and was h(f htm r(.ai.jl0,
jlfig' vigorously prosecuted. -Com was wns in uvorv w
belfig' vigorously prosecuted
Lip and promised wen
ri, Wwiitl that the BUirarcroi) in Louis
hum is more than usually pronging
(his season. The frecdnien are doing
much better this year than last.
l'erior Hta'te of health: adding that he I
had left his bed that morning solely be
cause he considered it his duty to be
present at the column on the annlversa
rv of the death of Napoleon.
' Ills friends, finding their arguments
Of no avail, left him, and he continued
liis patli alone, towards the garden of
the Tuilerie.-, my friend, the doctor,
watching him attentively. Presently
we saw (he did man stagger, and ini
ediately fall. My friend rushed up to
him. ami found that he had fainted.
' The old man prpsontjy recovered him
self sunicicntly to sta(n hs address, and
a Hue re passing at the moment, the doc
tor hailed It, and drove oil' witli his pn
...... l -.. ........! r..:.,... I i,
I UCIll. VII IIIUUMJIH ill, munu i iiu ii.ii
I day, 1 asked after his poor man.
lie lias gone, poor lenow," M as ins
ic mod nuoiu two iioiiit auor
iched his home. His death
ay worthy of I ho gallant
old fellow he was. AVhen he arrived at
1CTXA TNSURANCK COMPANY OF
CAPITAL A XI) St'ni' .HS. IW.
NEAT AND NEW!!
IN ST. ALBANS.
Tin- h' Slorc on Lake. Sired,
GREENE fic NICHOLS.
Ogdensburgh to the West.
SllC(OS III- (O Ll'dHald, lllailK 1(1 .V Co..
iviioi.ksai.k ami nivr.vii.
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
ST. ALBANS ..VEltMONT.
The imly Through Daily Lino between
Ogdensburgh and Chicago
r ., ... ... , j Dealer in pure Ih'iKj mill Chvmh'nl. all (if
Northern I ransportation Coiniani ulmh me bought and will bo sold t lowest llv-
ing rates, ncsniouls-- Kelcctle Preparations. V.
S. 1". Tinctui-oa. Fluid Uxliacts, l'indcr.'d
lliiiKH. Ac., Ac. Very ehnicu
rcrrumerlcs mid Toilet Articles,
llnwliPH nl' nil kinds. Hatliing ThwoIh, Toilet
SctK. Wallols. Pookot IIooLh unci Hill lloldcri-,
Hand Mirror, TIiriiinuiitcrK, uhoii'o Krcncli,
KiikIInIi and Aincaioaii SonpM. P:tint ModccliicM
in urent variety
New and Desirable Stationery,
KnveloiicH, Triiilc thick, Open end, White, Ca
nary, ltutV. Gold. Corn, and Manilla, l-'inu C0111-
ineiriiil note impel', I."tter, Kool.Meap, Kill and
And Intermediate I'ortM.
j Only Six Days Through With
out uuange 01 juoat.
1 inn ,. ii ununii uiiu reinwite t oiuiKUiv, iii, Sei nioli Dnner,
li,,.,ir Mm iiimliiiiiI U.. .I...fu Vi . I 1
,.,..,. ...v i'.,r,-iit .jraiiiu, 11111 iin'ir l.llltr 01
Hint cI.ihs Upper Cabin Stu.unerrt daily, between ,
VKiieiiKuiiiKii, uswcffd, l leveiaild, Toluil'l,
. safra(el with tepid- water, and X UU um,rwH"
, fed to' the cows three "'.""i i ' " ; 1;nmv r . V(l
a day will augment the now 01 . , ' , ,. . r , , , ...
twenty-five per cent. , ,, . uniform, thouiih I die on a
Fon 1Iou.sk Cluaning. White chalk
is tho best suhstitute for lime as a wash.
A very line and brilliant white-wash
preparation of chalk is called " Paris
White." This we buy at the paint
stores for three cents per pound, retail.
For each sixteen pounds of Paris White
we' procure half a pound of the white
transparent glue, costing twenty-live
cents (tlfty cents a'polmd.) The sixteen
pounds of Paris White is about as much
us a person will use in a day. It is pre
pared as follows : The glue is covered
-vyifch cold -water at Jiight, and in the
morning is carofitlry heated, without
Hcorirrhig, until dissolved. Tho Paris
"White is "stirred in with Jibt water,
enough to'give it the proper milky con
sistency for applying it to the wullK,nnd
tlie vdiss6lv,ctlglue is then added and
ttvbroughYy mixed. Tt is then applied
with a thrush, like the common lime
whitewash. Excopt on very dark and
smoky walls and ceilings, a single coat
insufficient. It is nearly equal in bril
liancy to "zinc-white," a far more ox
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF
CAPITA ft ANU SIUIIM.VS SWill HOC 7.
HARTFORD FIRE INS. COMPANY
OF HAttTFOUl). CONN.,
CAPITAL AXIJSVUPIiUS. $4,000.000 00.
Odds and Ends,
A larwe number of lady artists in
London earn a comfortable living by
-Tli'o seeds of the gigantic trees of
' California hardly exceed in size those of
1 tlie mustard.. ' j
ThoJSest exercising of the memory
, Remembering the poor.
TJio science of numbers Knowl
edge of the people. t
Memphis is losing its population in
"largo numbers. High rents, dear liv
ing, and no business aro tho causes.
4 Grass billiards is tlie newest name
. An Ohio widow aged one hundred and
three died a few days since.
Nectarines and apricots are killed
by the frosts in Kansas.
Detroit will count its noses next
month, and expects to ilnd 90,000.
, Only crows and fools are afraid of a
shabby suit of clothes'.
What ship ought to be freighted
with1 great enro? Scholar-ship.
A frog does not remember when ho
was a tadpole but others do.
When you see u email M'aist remem
ber tho great waste of health it costs.
When is a plant like a hog? When
it'bcglns to root. And when is it like a
soldier? When it begins to shoot.
Men of tlie noblest disposition think
themselves the huppiest when others
share their happiness with them.
When a rogue means to utter a
worse lie than usual, ho generally pro
faces it with "To tell you the truth."
To learn the value of money, try to
Thoughts, not hours, are measures
When is tho moon at home ? When
"He then requested that a priest
might be sent for, who immediately at
tended and administered to him the last
olllccs of religion, Half an hour after
ward the poor follow was no more."
ImjHtrttutt to Tntrctci'n on Kalt-
There is a great deal of travel on our
railroads at this season of tlie year, wo
have procured the railroad signals,
which will be found interesting to those
who travel on the cars or witness tho
movement of tho trains, and the men
who operate the roads may desire to
know the signals used everywhere on
the roads, The signals are given by the
whistle, by lanterns, tlags, and motion
of the arms, Their signification is;
Ono whistle "Down brakes."
Two whistles "Off brakes."
Three whistles "Back up."
Continued whistle "Danger." !
A rapid succession of short Avliistles ,is !
i 1 All.. 1 i 1- I ..1. .1. 1 1 ' . . I
ine cauie mm in, hi which uio im-ukc
will always bo put down.
A sweeping parting pf the hands on
tholcvelofeyoistliesignal to "go ahead.'
A downward motion of one hand, with
extended arms, "to stop."
A beckoning motion of one hand, "to
A lantern raised and lowered, verti
cally ii a)signal for "starting;" swung at
right angles, or crosswise the track, "to
stop," swung in a circle, "back the
A red ting waved upon the track must
be regarded as a signal of danger. Ko
witli other signals given with energy.
Hoisted at a station is a signal lor a
train to stop. Stuck up by the roadside
is a signal of dangear on the track ahead.
Carried unfurled upon the engine is
a warning that another engine or train
is on its way.
A curious incident is told in rela
tion to tho funeral of the late Thomas
D'Arcy McGoo. When the burial ser
vice was over at tho cemotry, and the
dispersing, some of the members of the
procession, whose legs had become a lit
tle shaky, wore disheartened at the idea
of walking back to Montreal, a distance
of two miles. The' funeral car, witli its
six noble steeds, was a very tempting
spectacle, so, after a little parley, some
dozen or so clambered into the empty
hearse, two or three more perched them
selves on the outside, with one on tho
back of each of the horses as out-riders,
and in this manner the catafaluuo came
into town, and, tus may be readily ima
gined, tho sight created quite a sensa
tion among the quiet inhabitants.
INS. COMPANY NORTH AMERICA
CAPITAL AM) SUKPLUS,
NIAGARA FERE INSURANCE (,'0.
OF NKW YOltK,
CAPITAL AM) SURPLUS, $I..100,000 00,
SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, S1,I7T,T77 Pi.
LOIULI.ARI) FJHE JNS, COMPANY
or NEW YOltK,
CAPITAL A Nl) SURPLUS. 91,.-i00,000 00.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN. CO.
OF NEW YOltK.
C.l 1'ITA I. AXn sriU'l.l'S. 7511,000 00.
CORN EXCHANGE INS. COMPANY
OF NEW YOltK, I
VA PITA I. AX1 SUlll'lA'S. r.r)D,MKl 00
Nasby, in his last letter, thus describes
tlie odd method of treating independent
people at the "Corners:"
There never will be peace or anything
liko it at tho Corners till that disturber
Joe Bigler, and his faithful adherent,
aider and abetter, Pollock, are shot or
otherwise killed. In tho olden time
afore tlie inoggerashen uv tlie Ablishen
era, we lied a short way uv disposin uv
sich. It wuz a maxim In the South
that ther cood bo peece only where tlier
wuz a perfockyoonaninityuvscntimcnt
and to bring about that ononis uv ideas
that delightful concord wieh wuz so
desirable we were in thohabit uv shot-
in or hanging the most stubborn uv
! i 1. . ...! ..1. .1 ! .1 .. li ...lil. 11. !
A man of words and not of deeds is i "OM? 'V11 ",u 1 "v V'"
likoa garden full of weeds. '. "irrm and ieathor.n those who
h I were yet accessible to Kentucky reason.
JJy viggerusly presooing this course the
S. D. & II. W. Smith's Amkhioax minorities iu this vicinity wnz kept tol-
OiiaANS. Wo have ourselves both seen lolily small ami controiianie
nn'rt lmfird 11 lnrtro instrument of tho . -
above manufacture, which has been nur- AnviOU TO YoUNCl MEN. Let tlie
chased by tho Congregational Society
ot una place, it is a very superior in
strument in tho meehanical perfection
of its various parts, and in the resem
blance of its tones to those of a pipe or
gan, it is superior to any wo have over
heard. It contains 5 sets of reeds and
14 stops, and is capable of a groat vari
ety of expression its softest tone being
beautifully sweet and pure, while tho
stronger tones aro deliglitfully full and
.sonorous. Tho reeds aro so voiced that
there is a marked dlilbreneo in the qual
ity of the tones of each set, and by this
improvement different qualities of tone
can be used when desired, and when tho
wholo are combined, a richer, grander
volume of tone is produced than can bo
by other instruments not thus voiced.
It is but just that wo should say that
this Organ was selected by tho ommit
teo, after a careful study and trial of the
most celebrated reed organs, and is be
lieved by them to possess more of tho
requisite qualities to makeup a good In
strument, than any other kind of organ
manufactured. Tiieso organs are man
to your own. Uon't buy what you don't
want, t'se every Hour to advantage,
and studv to make a leisure nour use
fill. Think twice before you spend a
dollar remember you will nave another
to make for it. Look over your books
regularly, and if you find an error, trace
it out. Should a stroke of misfortuno
come unon you in your business, re
trench, work harder but never fly the
track. Conlront ullilcuities witli un
flinching perseverance, and they will
disappear at last : though you will be
honored, but shrink and you will bo
"Ak You Live." An honest rustic
went into tho shop of a Quaker to buy a
hat, for which twenty-live shillings
were denianueu. lie ouereu twenty
shilliiiKs. "As I live," said tho Quaker,
"I cannot afford to give it tlieo at that
price. "As you live!" exclaimed the
countryman : "then live more moder
ately." " Friend," said the Quaker,
"thou slum nave tno nat ior nouiiiig.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO.
OF HAKTFOM), CONN.,
( 'A 1' I TA I. A X 1 S I It I' 1. 1 '.v, WOO.non 10.
The lintleiiLMiiKl liaviin; nioelv tilted ir.J tbe
utore in the American Hound Wool;, on- I.aUo
St,, and Htocked it witli a choice as.-oi tment of
niii as axi Miinrcixics!
ltcHiicctfiilly Nolinit a xliaro of the natrona-'e of
this coinniuiiitr, feeling ware that thev can (,'i'e
Hiitinfaqtion in k(""K niu price."- i)v MtocU
mm fiioci; or
In coniolete, consisting in all tho alim-oved a
lietioH, and our t;oiier.il stock iiieludpn all floods
usually l;ept in n s-toie of this hind. Heaibiuar
teix tor the
A. B. A. BITTERS.
One. of thu best Spring loiUcinos in thu mur
kest. l'liysiciaiiM ordtTH solicited, and carefully
and promptly tilled. In quality and price we
k'uavantoe to' satisfy all who favor u with their
Store open ou Sundays at noon, for supplying
Is a practicing Physician iu lcgular stsnding,
and will attend to all professional calls, lle
incinbor tlie place, under the American House,
l.ako wtrect, !m. Aiimns.
lll-tt UHI'.KN .V NIC'IKTI.S.
WARD & BURNES,
Dealers iu n 1 11 kinds of
(1R 0 0 E Tt FES
IiAKK ST., ST. ALBANS,
First door above tho St. Albans House, keep
constantlv on hand a full assortment ot
lit'- V ,,n,,1-,,i l.i W.i-i' lr.(,. i,(...i.. t,,. t -....t 1
troit, Uiicago, Milwaukee, and Intermediate i Kivuch Commercial. Octao, T.adics Note, and
ports, leaving OgduiishiirKli on arrival of Fa-i Sipiare paper, and Envelopes to match. Cull
press tram from the l-a.it. (.al.v. J,H . l,e assortment is full.
PASSHNGJm.S AND FAMILIES
Mining West, i an ( lllbatk with their 1iil'l':il'c.
Teams, Stock Ac, and land together without
(liHturl)ance or transhipment, at their port of
destination, thus molding the great niconvcn
icnet) of the many cli.Higes, delaH and expen
ses, of other route-, These Steamer have large
Cahlniiand State lloom.s, amply and neatly fur
nished, for first class Passengers mid Families,
who lnav wish to tin nish then own inovis omn.
No etVorts will be spared to maintaiii tbe reputa
tion of this, as tlie (
CHE A PtfST A X) II EST HO PTE !
A thoioitgh rehuilduig, ri titling, icpairing
and refurnished, witli several new boats added
to the line, makes this now thu most comforta
ble, pleasant and expeditious route to the great
West, lie Hiire mid see the Agents of this line
before you buy your tickets. Trusty men will
alwnyw incut p.kscngers at the depot' in Ogdens
burgh to take checks and rc-c!icck P.aggage.
Ask for tickets via
XOPTJIEnX TRAXSPOPTA 10 X
We will make it the interest of every traveller
to see tho Agents of the lino before purchasing
clsewhcic. Through tickets over all the Wes
tern liailroad Eines eau bo obtained on applica
tion to liKO. W. SMITH, ollieo, eoruer Foul and
Patterson Sts., oppo.-ite.Iohnson House, Ogdens
burgh, N. Y. Ono hundred pounds of baggage
tree to cell passenger.
liAOOAC'E CHECKED TllROraH!
To all points. For through tickets and other
information, apply to 11. A, EDDY.
Ollieo Steamurs banding. Ogdensburgh, N. Y.
lien W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. H, (1.
(loodno, Passenger Agent. 212-tf
ROGER WILLIAMS INS. COMP'Y
OF PltOYIDENCE, It. 1.,
CA 1'ITA I. AX! SCIU'l.US, ul,:i.W 81,
GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO.
OF C.IiENS FALLS, N. Y.,
CAPITA I. AX1 Kt'ltl'l. I'S, f'2l8,:)JU IK.
Firo nnd Murine Insurance effected at thisAgcn
cy iu any of tho above well known Companies.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF
The Oldest und Largest Mutual Insurance. Com
jinny in thu United States.
CA PIT I , A XD ASSKTS, $25,000,000 00,
.- Life and Accident Jntwruiica
Either seperately or combined, at the lowest
rmctj oi iTuuiiuiu in ine
TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO
OF HAKTFOUD, CONN.,
CA PITAJ. A XI) ASSETS, 11,000,000 00,
A very large assottment just iu, including very
choice and law kinds, such as tho llnest vaiie'
ties of Asters, P.a'sani, Patunia, Pansy, Phlo,
Stocks, .iuiiias, ,c, and a nice lot of
and Ornamental Grasses. Intending puieh.is
ers would Ilnd it for their advantage to examine
wliile tbe stock is complete. OA1IDEN SEEDS,
lrom all the best Seedsmen.
Kerosene Oil, Keller and Cheaper
Pure ground and whole spices, and flavoring ex-
tr.icls, and the usual lot of DlltJOtlls.T'S
(IKOCEIlIKS. Ine Woods and Die Stutl's.
I.bpn'd I'.imilv Dies. Neat's Foot Oil, Ac, Ac.
0V Phvsicians' orders correctly tilled with
promptness., and pure goods supplied at low
riirjsrnirriu.VN uareruny ('onipouiuieii.
Trusses, Shoulder l!raccs,Abdoiuiual Sunpoi ten..
Ac, titled by a coiiipctent person. Agency for
Ar Showe & Co's
Tea and Coll'ce, Teas 7.'i cents, 0.I cents, fl 00,
fl Pi. i 20. 1 lit. and fl ,M) luir 111, All Teas.
warranted, anil money refunded if nol satisfactory.
St. Albans, Maya, 1808. I:i0t.
A 1.1, AT
kuiwk & vktii:u5?ej; :; van
' 1 LOVES,
.VT. ALU ASS.
H. A. CUTLER, - - PROPRIETOR.
Of all kinds;
And all sorts of articles usually kept iu b usincss
ot their kind. Highest cash ju ice paiil for all
kinds of country Produce.
GIVE US A GALL.
WAltD & 1SUUNES.
SEE ! ! SEE
lOO full course
Good for life, throughout the "International
Uusincss C'ollcgu Association," to be issued at
Chambcrlin's Business College
Hurlington, Yt., before .May 1.1, 1R08.
,fueturel bv S, D. & II. W. Smith nt ' I have sold hnts for twenty years, and
. .ti.i r..LiVi ?.nii Shnulnril ' mv trlfik wiiK uovor found out before."
All lowsua promptly attended to and nettled at
this Agency. Large fieewity, Fair J'rojila, ami '
j'romj I ruymeiti,
Iiimirance to any amount effected on tho most
DEWF.Y, N01ILK .V CO.
Ollieo corner l.ako and Main St., St. Albans,
Theso Scholarships will bo sold at tho regular
jirice, $50, and no is-mcd ar. to secure to tho pur
chaser all tho privileges and advantages of the
Scholarships heretofore ir-sued, and to bo trans
ferable to a second jiarty any timo within three
yi.alH after tho holder thereof shall havo been iu
attondanco at tho College for three months.
This plan will secure to
lOO YOUNG MEN
A tliuroinjh JiiisiHfsn Jdlitctttmit at tlit'ir writ
as the jicrHon making the transfer Is entitled to
whatever price ho may agree upon with
ids purchaser. This
will bo withdrawn on tho salo of 100 Scholarships,
tho limit of timo not to oxecedtho above date.
Iho V'uve Mmillix jilau recently advertised is
3)- As this offer will bo eagerly seized, and an
effort made to close tho salo of Scholarships at
tho earliest possible day, and a similar offer not
again made, those desiring to secure it need to
For further particulars: call ou or address
J. K. CHAMIIEHLIN, Proprietor,
IGa-lv llnrlington, Yt.
O TO WM. N. SMITH .V CO'S lor all kinda
SALT, AH!., AC.
All Printing brought to this Ollieo, both Plain
and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten
tion, at prices as low an tho times will admit.
Wo do our work much better than can any
Ollieo that ii ill do a job of printing for nothing
for the sake of depriving us of it, and we aro
ready to compare our work with any similar
class of printing done iu the cities, both in neat
ness and price
Hand your orders into tho Transcript liook
and Job Printing Establishment if you take any
prido in having your printing done in a work
J. E. CAME, & CO.
With Phelan .V Collendcr's Now Improved Com
bination Cushions, patented Nov. 2(i, 1807. Old
Tables ro-cushioneil with tho above Now Com
bination Cushions for $75 per set. Tlitso Now
Cushions havo proved, by actual use, to excel
all other utiles over made. Tables of all styles
and finish constantlv on hand. Also, Phelan A
Collender's Combined Dining and Milliard Ta
llies J. l'i. UA.Utf iV uu
yi0-3iu IU Sudbury St., Boston.
1JOH SALE. -A pleasantly located rosldeuco
1 iu St. Albans, with ono or two acres of
land, as mav be desired. Twelve good room, tJ,
coller, cistern, excellent well of water, house
and barn nearly new. Apple, pear, plum, and
cherry trees, partly in bearing, of best varieties, I
Also grapo vines, etc. Tho cheapest place in
town at tho price asked. Terms very easy.
Foo further particulars, enipiire at tho Than-sciiu-x
Olllce. 215-tb' I
PLASTER PARIS !
J On hand and arming, fresh ground, in sacks.
! The Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer In
this county to need auv comments. Every
fanner should avail himself of a few tons befoio
the sleighing is gone.
'7!7v UN DUE I) 1! USIE f,S
HUNGARIAN OATS ! !
For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Orand Isle
County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to the
bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat,
NORTHERN CLOVER SEED
liaised iu (Irand Isle County.
GKASS HKKI), CORN, HUCKWUKAT;
Ten tons choice.
DAIRY AND CHEESE SALT !
Also, iv large stock of
FRESH 6 R UND'.FLOUR,
Ou hand, which wo aro Helling
FROM $10 50 TO $17.
' Till' above stock is bought for cash, and sold
at a small advance from cost.
CALL AND BXAMINK.
Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce.
20M-5W. S. C. NOBLE .V SON.
TOIl SPltINO OVERCOATS OF ALL KINDS,
J; ijo to
TOOMmi&rou ' j mUICOT Jackets at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
TOUTHR Clothing or all kinds at
WW. H.MlXll iVIUB,
FOB SPltINO STYLE OF SOFT HATS, goto "i" NOBBY Stvles of Spring Hats and Caps a'
WM, Ni SMITH Ar CO S. JV ' wSt. N. SMITH A CO'S,
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