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VKTCMOnSTT DAILY TRA.NSCEIPT, MAY 15, 186S.
tcosrtsriui most 1st l'Atii:. wo can nuuui;o It. ; and oven (hat will H )oil the play." "Is it .quite nocospnry that "Fortcsouo" should bo whlskorlcssV" I askod, faintly. "Why, juilgo for youwolf; how a I) ovdorbtl va , looks with them ? The worst of it is," sho added, "that when I undertook the natt of 'Maria' it was with the supposition that you would be tho'Fortescuc.' " Those who are acquainted with the Hollo of Penzonee, must he told that "Fortcsquo" is the lover of "Maria," and soA'oral half romping, half-armor-ous scenes are enacted between them; knowing this, if they had heard how Ada hesitated, and seen how site blush ed as she spoke, they would not wonder that my breath came short, and a sing ing arose in my ears. My left hand closed upon the "lingers which wero form ing that bridge; my right arm stole around her form : I felt intoxicated by the magnetic halo which lloated about her hair. "Take care," she said; "I cannot make mv stroke if you come to close." I kneV there was such a thing as tli rowing away a race by making the running too early. "Ilityourown h-h-b-ball in the exact centre, and rather high." I stammered, "and vou vou would not like O'Bri that js, any other fellow to to take that uart. in fact." I declare, I won't answer you !" she cried. "Of course. 1 know you. an nov- er saw the most of the others before, and such things make all the difference, you know. To ue Kissed, even in mauo oe lieve, by a man one has seen for the first time a week before, makes one feel ner vous: but there!" Ecstasy! she classed O'Brian with the men "slie Unci only known for a week !" And then she had not noticed him at all those splendid names. And she had not iced and remembered mo. "Oh, that It was not mako-bcllovo Let us rclierse our parts." "AVhcre is the use she murmured, "if vou will not make a small sacrilicc ? And she looked so deliciously shy and conscious, that I cried in rapture: "I'll doit!" "What! part with these?" and she laid n llncer more beautiful than .Auro ra's on one of my whiskers. "Yes." "You must give me one as a memento Oct up ; there is some one certainly com ing." It was Miss Winton and Captain Sey mour, who came just in time to prevent a lormai oiler, l went on lo my bed room, locked the door, opened my dress ing case, too.it out cissors anil razor, aim negan me cireauiui tasK. Infatuated, mad that I was, I insert ed the expanded points of the fatal shears, gave a convulsive clip, and in half a minute the carefully tended growth of years fell to the dressing ta ble. I cannot bear to recall how 1 look ed at that moment. As nuicklv as pos sible, I cutoil'thc companion whisker, anu men snavcii my cnecK clean, un my way clown stairs, 1 met Sir Thomas who stopped, stnrcd, and asked my name. He did no rcognize me. Young Winton, who was always late, Avas breakfasting when I entered the morn ing-room, flo dropped a cup of hot cqllee over his knees, and neiirelyjehonk ed. Leaving him in his misery, I encoun teredayounglady visitor, who crammed her pocket hankerchief into her mouth and lied. But it would be tedious to recount the ellcct I produced upon eacli individual member of the household. All. even the.faithless Ada, laughed at my appear ance, except U'JJnan, wno looked upon my translormation lrom a purely urn matic point of view. Others were iii vided as to whether I most resembled a plucked fowl or a recently shorn sheep but the veritable amateur said: "Kure he will make an elegant 'Fortcscue,' " and stuck to mat view ot me question. The company soon got used to the alter ation, and the dramatic business now went us smoothly as a hand passed over my chocks, l mm me intoxicating priv ilege, the tantalizing element in wliich was tempered by nope, oi making sic oncl hand lovo to Ada in daily rehears als, till at last the the day of positive performance arrived. Wo all knew our parts, hut whether we acted them well or not, it is dilllcult to judge: our audience was bound in common politeness to lie pleased, and the flattering applause and profuse con gratulations we received con not bo counted or much. At any rate, every body seemed delighted, and the whole alltur was counted a success. "When a do which lias cost some time, thought, and labor in the prepara tion, is over, a heavy weariness and de pression is apt to weigh upon the prin ciple actors, and tills, T believe, witli the majority of the company assembled at Winton llnll. But I felt nothing of this. What were private theatricals or balls, past or future, to mo? Menus to an end, one end Ada. How could my mind be cloudy as she smiled upon me? How feel depressed when such hopes elevated me? On the morning following the per formance, I awoke enrly witli a llrm de termination to turncoiniccourtsliip into earnest, and force a plain yes or no from her that very day. To lie in bed with such a prickle in the pillow was riuite impossible, so got -up, dressed, and went for a walk. On passing through the garden on my way back to breakfast I uecamo aware mat somebody ciso was also in high spirits, lor a well-known voico behind tlio shrubbery was singing The Pins in the Morninn: and on turn ing tlio corner of a path which brought mo into a little open dell sacred to rho dodendrons, I came upon O'Brian, with his hat stuck on tho back of his head executing a pas sue! to a vocal acconi, panianiont. "Ah! he cried on seeing me, "sure you hnve cnught mo making n fool of myself. But it isngood tliingmy moth er's only son has dono for mo this morn ing. Congratulate mo, my hoy !" "Certainly," said I, fooling a little sickly, "What on?" "I nm going to ho married to the pret tiest little angel that over wore boots and has n nlco little sum all at hor own disposition into tho bargain. Woop!" It was too true ; ho had stolen a march upon me. I left Winton two hours af terwards. Thank you ; yes, my whiskers aro gradually recovering, and I expect to bo ablo to walk out In daylight uy an other month or so. At presoiit tlioy are ji tlio blacking-brush stage. nxxLXiiNXSRir goods MISS F. C, APPLETON Desires lu inform her patrons anil indies (if SI. Albans and vicinity that sholias recently add ed to her stock of New- and Seasonable Goods j In her lino, and grateful for past favors, would tcspcctfullv solicit, a coniinuaneo oi mo name, and hopes "by acarcfnl attention to tin- various j stvlosnf both Milliitci'U and Jircs.t Making, To merit in a measure the very flattering ex pressions of satisfaction bestowed heretofore) by tliose acquainted wun ncr won;. si.i-u COLUMBUS. rpilIScelebratted trotting stallion will servo I mares, the present season at Gilmore & Branierd's Stables, ST. ALBANS, VT. Columbus is so well known in Franklin Conn ty that it is hardly necessary to say a word ef liis value to farmers who wish to raise valuable Colts wero as universally known as trotters. He Colts stand vety high iii New York. He w as ac knowledged to be the best J Stallion, and took tho llrst premium as such, at the West chester Countv Fair. At the request of many of the most prominent men of l'ranklin County, t., Ids present owner consented to let him stand the present season tor Mares. In order to give entire satisfaction to all of tlio many friends of the horse, tho price has been fixed low. The average height of his colls is from 15 to l(i hands high, and weight from 1- to 1,200 lbs. iilo-tl J'.ljl.Uvl.M 1'. I'UIjIjUU. 'IlltUNKS OF ALL KINDS TRAVELLING Hags of all kimi!), af WM. N. SMITH A GO'S. New Goods, New Goods, At the New Hook, Stationery and Variety Store - IN MONITOR BLOCK, LAKE STREET, MISCELLAXEOUS, SCHOOL AXD TOY HOOKS; ALL KIXDSOE EX YE LOPES, PA pel; 11LAXK HOOKS, A XI) STATIOXEUY, I'JtOTOnilAl'lIS, P I C T U I! KS, Picture Frames, Threads, Needles, a largo va riety cf Taney (loods, Yankee Notions, An., ,te. Also, all styles oi Willow Baskets, Largo and small. These additions to the stock previously on hand enables tho subscriber to oiler for s'alo as large a variety of goods as can bo found elsewhere in Franklin County. The entire stock is new, has been bought cheap for cash, many articles at a largo discount from for mer prices, and will bo sold at a small advance. Thankful for tho liberal patronage bestowed thus far, a continuation is desired. 202-tf C. II. 15AKK1!. Foil SALE. A pleasantly located residence, in St. Albans, witli one or two acres of land, as may bo desired. Twelve) good rooms, coller, cistern, excellent well of water, house and barn nearly now. Apple, pear, plum, nnd cherry trees, partly in bearing, of best varieties, Also grape vines, etc. The cheapest place in town at the price asked. Terms very easy. Foo further particulars, enquire at the Tiun HCitiiT Office. 215-tb' REMOVED. T HE Subscriber has removed Ins stock of goods to llarnes' lllock. Lake Street, oppo site the St. Albans Foundry, and will continue business there until the completion of his now Store on Main Street. VICTOR ATWOOD. St. Albans, May 11, 1808. 21fl-tf. G1 R.EAT IMPROVEMENT IN OKNTIS. T THY, Tho attention of tho public is called to n great discovery in Dentistry. THE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVElt MADE IN THE ART. Tho main dillieulty in weaving artificial teeth is, thev ilo net bold in their tilnco tii'inlv ciiomh. and add to this tho annoyance of food getting under tho plato while eating. I have discover ed a method of so constructing tho plate on which tho teeth aro set that thoy will not start or drop while eating or speaking, neither will any particles of food get under tho plato, no matter what tho condition of tho mouth is, which is not true of any method hitherto used. I havo secured Letters Patent for the United States, England and Franco. Tho improvement is not in material, but in tho construction, wliichsjecuros tho atmospheric pressure on tho entire plato. I havo sold tho exclusive of said improvement to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille and Grand Isle. Thowo wishing to avail themselves of such improvement, will call on Dr. L. GIUUAX, ST. AL11ANS VtiuioNT. N.T. FOLSOM. November, 11, 1807. PJl-tf STRAYED. Came into tho iuclosuro about tho last of March, ono eoarso wool sheep, ono or two years old. Tho owner is requested to pay charges and take it away. J. 11. WEBSTER. Fairfield, April 11th, 1803. 21(!-3w FOE SALE. 4 S I have disposed of my interest in tho llrm XX of Leonard, Itrainerd A Co., I oiler for sale mv residence- on North Main Street, Saint Al bans Village. House very comfortable and in good repair. Nowly shingled and new chimney, Contains a largo number ot rooms, blx acres of land, all in good cultivation, and crops plant od ; very excellent fruit in great abundance, and overv otnor requisite ior niaumg a pleasant uumi', jiiii'M iii u ti, ijr.w.ijti. aio-ijw FOR ONE SOIiIiAR ! WE SELL DRESS PATTERNS, PANT Pat terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car petings, Sheetings, Dry and Fancy Goods, Ac, Ac. Cirt'iilur Sent Free, giving full particu lars; or Twelve ClictUx sent for Ono Dollar, describing twelvo different articleswhich wo will sell for One Dollar Kiteli. &V Ladies and gentlemen wanted as AL'cnts. io w uoui ino mosi uoerai muucomeuiu aro o t liberal inducements aro otl'er- cd, nnd satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. OHAS. LETTS k CO., -lii iwftuturers' Ayeitte, 01 & UU FEUBllAI' STREET, 208-ly Boston, Mass. GENT WANTED. To Holicit oidors for all kinds of marble work, either on coinmiunion or by the month. Ono. uso to the business preferred. Apply by letter or pcrBoi.ally. 0. W. GREEN. St. Albans, April 20th, 18G8. 218-Gw DEWEY, NOBLE & CO'S iS INSURANCE AOIDfOT ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD. CONN.. CAPITA! AND StinPl.US. 84,S:i3,43 an. HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. CAPITA!' ANI SUHPI.I'S, S3,W:i.80tt 7H. HARTFORD FIRE INS. COMPANY OF HAltTFOHD, CONN., CAPITA!' AMI Sl'IlPIitlS, 8!i,000,H0 00. INS. COMPANY' NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA, CAPITA!' AXI SUllPI'CS, 84,000,000 00. NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK, CAPITAL AND SUKPMJS, 91,51)0,000 00. SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YOltK, CAPITA!' AND SCIIPIAIS, S1,47J,77 I LORlhliARD FIRE INS. COMPANY OF NEW YORK, CAPITA I' A KB NWKPMJS, 81,500,000 00. NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN. CO. OF NEW YORK, CAPITAL AXD SVltl'LVS, t7oO,000 10. CORN EXCHANGE INS. COMPANY OF NEW YORK, L'A PITA 1. AXD SUHPL US, $:50,H)0 00 NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO. OF HARTFORD, CONN., CA PITA 1. A XD SVHPL US, 1500,000 10. ROGER WILLIAMS INS. COMP'Y OF PROVIDENCE, R. I., VA PITA L A XI) sriil'L US, 2i)l,3.r,8 81. GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO. OF GLENS FALLS, N. Y., OA PITA 1, AXD SiriiPL US, f218,U2!l 18, Fire and Marine Insuraucr effected aMhis Agen cy in any oi tne auove wen kiiowu i.ouqiuuies Ufa Insurance. THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, The Oldest and Largest Mutual Insurance Com pany in tho United States. CAPITAL AXD ASSKTS, 25,000,000 00. Ufa and ulccident Intwvancu Either scperately or combined, at the lowest rates of Premium in tho TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD, CONN., OA PITA J. AXD ASSETS, M.OOO.OOO 00. All losacn promptly attended to and settled at this Agency. Large Security, Fair Profits, and Prompt I'txynwiit, Insurance to any amount (.'11'octed on the most Hatisfactory terms. I?EWEY, NOBLE k CO. Ofllco corner Lake and Main St., Ht. AlbauH, Vermont. lrt-tf OMETHINO NEAT AND NEW! IN ST. ALBANS. The Drug Store on Lake Street, KK1T 1IY GREENE U NICHOLS. The undersigned having nieclv Iltted u; the store in the American House Block, on Lake St., and stocked it with a choice assortment of DltUaS A XI) MEJ)T('XES , Respectfully solicit a share of tho patronage of this community, feeling sure that they can give satisfaction in goods and prices. Our stock consists of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES. PERFUMERY, TOILET AHTCLKS, DYES, AO Olllt STOCK OF PATENT BXEDXCXNES, Is complete, consisting in all the unproved v rioties, and our general stock includes all goods usually kept in a store of this kind. lloadquar- tors lor tne A. B- A. BITTERS, One of the best Spring Medicines in the mar ket. Physicians orders solicited, and carefully and promptly lined. In quality and price no guarantee to satisfy all who favor us with their patronage. Store open on Sundays at noon, for supplying necessary medicines. DR. NICHOLS in l 111 UV LlUUlk 1 lltillUdll 111 llnlllUl ni(,M.Il, , i..., i;..:.... in,..,.:..:.,,. ,.....,,1,,.. (..,,1;,, and will attend to all professional calls. I!e- meinber the place, under tho American House, l,ano street, ru. Aioans. (11-tt (iMSKIS .V MCliUJiS. WARD fit BVRNES, Dealers in at 11 kinds of (x K 0 CERIES LAKE ST., ST. ALBANS, First door above tho St. Albaus House, keep constantly on hand a full assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES: Consisting of Flour, Meal, Provender, Shorts, And Feed Of all kinds; Pork, Fish, Hams, Sugar, Teas, ,ard, fresh Rut tor And all sorts of articles usually kept in business of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of country Produce. GIVE US A. CALL, WARD A RURNES. dl-tt SEE ! ! SEE ! ! ! lOO full course Commercial Scholarships, Good for life, throughout tho "International Business Collego Association," to bo issued at Ghamberlin's Business College Hurlington, Vt., before May 15, 1808. These Scholarships will bo sold at tho regular price, $50, and so issued as to secure to tho pur chaser all tho privileges and advantages of tho Scholarships heretofore iissued, and to bo trans ferable to a second party any time within three years after tlio holder thereof shall havo been in attendance at tho College for three months. This plan will securo to 100 YOUNG MEN -1 thorough Jliisiiicss Education at their oirn price, as tho person making the transfer is entitled to whatever price ho may agreo upon with ids purchaser. This Unparalleled Opportunity will bo withdrawn on tho sale of 100 Scholarships, the limit of time not to exceed tho above date. The Thn Mouths plan recently advertised is discontinued, elf As this offer will bo eagerly seized, and an effort made to close tho sale of Scholarships at tho earliest possible day, and a similar oiler not again madu, those desiring to secure it need to bo prompt. For further particulars call on or address J. 8. OHAMDERLIN, Proprietor, 1G3-Iy Burlington, Yt. GO TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for all kinds of Umbrellas. YOUTHS Clothing of all kinds at WM.N. SMITH A CO'S. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. 1868, jBs jafeSEfc 1868, Ogdensburgh to the West. Xovthern Transportation Coinpanp Tho only Through Daily Line between Ogdensburgh and Chicago I I And Intermediate Torts. Only Six Days Through With out unange 01 xtoat. This well known and reliable Conm.uiv. w ill. during the present Season, run their Line of llrst cIahs Upper Cabin SIimmhm-m tlntlv. h..tw..im Ogdelisburgli, Oswego, Cleveland, Toledo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, and Intermediate ports, leaving Ogdnslmrgh on arrival of Ex press train from the East. PAS'SJ-JXGIiltS AND FAMILIES .Moving West, can embark with (heir In Teams, Stock Ac, and land together without disturbance or transhipment, at their port of destination, thus awiidini: the "leat mconven- ienco of the many ch.:ugou, dfluvw and expen ses, of other routi.a, These Steameih have hirue Cabins and State Rooms, amply and neatly fur nished, for llrst class Passengers and Families, who may wish to furnish their own provisions. No eflbrts will lie spared to maintain tho reputa tion of this, as the CHEAPEST AXD PEST ROUTE! A thorough rebuilding, relittin repairing and refurnished, with several new boats addt to the hue, makes this now the most comforta ble, pleasant and expeditious route to tho great West, lie sure and see tho Agents of this line before you liny your tickets. Trusty men will always meet p.issengers at the depot' in Ogdens burgh to take checks and re-eheek llaggage.-- As); tor tickets vei XOliTUEUX TltAXSPQlt TAJOX Ctys STEAMERS! We will make it the interest of every traveller to see tile Agents of the line before purchasing elsewhere. Through tickets over all the Wes tern Itailioad Lines can lie obtained on applica tion to GEO. W. SMITH, ollice, corner Ford and Patterson Sts., oppostte.Ioliiison House, Ogdens burgh, N. Y. One hundred pound of baggage free to each pissongor. nAUGAGE VllEVKEJ) TJIROVUH! To all points. For through tickets and other information, apply to (I. A, EDDY. Ollice Steamers Lauding, Ogdensburgh, N. Y. Geo W. Smith, General Ticket Agent. H, G. Gooduo, Passenger Agent. 212-tf VT. TKAtfSOlirPT PrintinCr OFFICES, ST. ALIiANS. H. A. CUTLER, --PROPRIETOR. All Printing brought to this Ollice, both Vlaiu and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten tion, at prices as low as tho times will admit. Wo do our work much better than call any Olllco that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sake of depriving us of it, and wo aro ready to compare our work with any similar class of printing dono in tho cities, both in neat ness and price. Hand your orders into tho Transciipt Book and Job Printing Establishment if you tako any pride in having your printing done. in a work manlike manner. 1710R SPRING OVERCOATS OF ALL KINDS, goto WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. It Works Like a Charm.' Have you Headache? Havo you Toothache ? Have you Neuralgia? Have you Rheumatism V Havo you Soro Throat? Havo you Sciatica? Havo you a Bruise ? Havo you Cramps ? Uso Renno'ri Magic Oil Uso Rciiiio'h Magio Oil Uso Rciiiio'h Magio Oil Uso Renuo's Magio Oil Uso Renno's Magio Oil Use Renno's Magio Oil Uso Renne's Magio Oil Uso Ronno's Magio Oil Uso Roiiuo'h Macio Oil Havo you Choi, Morbus? Have vou Lameness? Uso Renne'H Magio Oil T.iis is tho best family remedy to euro all kinds of pain, you over tried. It is clean, safo and delicious to use, and if you uso it faithfully, it will do you good. Directions on each bottle. Buvit of the Drug gist or Merchant whore you trade. If thoy have not got it on hand thoy will send for it, at your rermcut. and sell you tne gonuino Renno's Pain - Kiuing Magio Oil, at tho manufacturer'a lowet nrico at retail. WM. HEENE, Solo Proprietor and Manufac turer, Pittslleld, Mass. Sold in Ht. Albans by all Druggists, Weeks A Reynolds, Grocers. In Swiuiton Falls by D. T. Morrill. 170-Iy-cow FOR HPIIINO STVLE OF SOFf HATS, go to WM. N. SMITH A CCfH. R. BRAXNERD. Successor to Leonard, ltralnenl A Co., W IIOI.KS.U.E AM) 11KTAU. DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, ST. ALUANS . .VKHMONT. Dealer in pure Drug and Chemical, all or which aro bought nnd will bo sold at lowest liv ing rates. Rosiiioids -Eclectic Preparations. U. S. P. Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powdered Drugs, Ac., Ac. Very ehoico Pcrrumcrlcs and Toilet Articles, Hrushcs of all kinds, llathiug Towels, Toilet Sets. Wallets, Pocket Rooks and Rill Holders, Hand Mirror, Thermometers, choice French, English and American Soaps. Patent Medecines in great variety New and Desirable Stationery, Envelopes, Triple thick, Open end, White, Ca nary, null', Gold, Com, and Manilla. Fine Com mercial note paper, Letter, Foolscap, Hill and Sermon paper. Initial Papetrlc, A few packets in cry late stylos, Jiut received, French Commercial. Octavo, Ladies Note, and Square paper, and Envelopes to match. Call early, while tho assortment is full. Flower Seeds, A very largo assortment just in, inoludlug verv choice and rare kinds, such as tho finest vario ties of Asters, Ilalsam, Patuiiia. Pannv, Phlox, Stocks, Zinnias, Ac, nnd a nice lot of Everlasting Flowers and Ornamental Grasses. Intending purchas ers would llnd it for their advantage to eiaiuiun while the stock i complete. GARDEN SEEDS, from all tho best Seedsmen. Kerosene Oil, Better and Cheaper Than Any. Pure ground and whole spices, and flavoring; ex tracts, and tho usual lot of DRUGGIST'. GROCERIi:S. Dye Woods anil Dvo Stuffs. Liquid Family Dyes. Neat's Foot Oil, Ac, Ac. Physicians' orders correctly tilled witli, promptness, and pure goods supplied at low prices. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Compounded. Trusses, Shoulder Rraces, Abdominal Supporters, Ac, titled by a competent person. Agency foi. Ar Showe & Co's Tea and Coffee, Teas 75 cents, 90 cents, 51 LO. U 10, $i 20. fl ID, and ?1 .10 p. r lb. All Teas warranted, and money refunded if not satisfac tory. R. liRAlNERD. St. Albans. .May ii. 1804. 130-tti c A Iii. AT UE(!K a WKTIIKUBKK N FOR DttESS GOODS. DOMESTICS, WOOLENS, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS. GLOVES, HOSIERY, POCKET KNIVES. NOTIONS, AC. TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS. SPICES, RATSINH, CRACKERS, BROOMS, KEROSENE OIL, SALT, AO., AC. UO-tf aoo TOMS PLASTER PARIS On hand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks. Tlio Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer in this county to need auv comments. Every farmer should avail himself of u few tons, before. the sleighing is gone, -ALSO- lm-fi HUND11ED HUSH ELS OF HUNGARIAN OATS ! ! For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Grand Isle County,' weighing thirty-eight pounds to tho bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat. -also-NORTHERN CLOVER SEED Raised hi Grand Isle County. ,,. . y , ,T,,vuuiPAT. (lllAhiS iSKKI), U)KI, 15U(yKMlhAl; Ten tons choice DAIRY .AND CHEESE BAIT !. Also, a largo stock of FRESH G R UND FLOUR,, On baud, which wu aro selling FROM $10 50 TO $17. The above stock is bought for cash, and sold at a small advance from cost. , r rr I) RV A MIX 1-2 u A 'xn " AAMin Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce. 20l-5v . S. 0. NOBLE k HON. T WCOT Jackets at WM. N, SMITH A CO'S. 17-NOIinY Rtvluii of Snrine Hats ami Uapi s at, IV ' WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.