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VERMONT DAILY TRANBO.WIPT, MAi 8C), 80S.
4 .Ttni'ltrWvniiQnnut I f
Satuhday, May no, 18GS.
Mtss((cliasctts Agricultaact Colli gv.
den, ho Immediately licit to the houvc.
To go to lila room bIiu did not dire.
So, wearied out, bIio went to hud de
termining to try again the next morn
ing. She did not for a moment sup
nose lie would ev?n answer her. Slip
innmlncd he would turn up 1i1h aristo
cratic prohoseiH, and leave the House in T, Hubjec, of Agrleulturnl Education
dlwrtwt. Kate did not like the lattoi u,.i,f I,,,,!.-,,,,,,!, and
idea verv well, for, wav down in uie t, -
bottommost part of hcr'heart, Rv Dick's we protest to begin with against any
image. Inference that we propose to write an
The next .morning she arose and rtros- t sul,ject. But having re-
o. cenfly 'spent nearly a week upon the
Hdld not seem Imll' m onsy then as it grounds and among the buildings of the
had the day before. .She let pa-H mtim LMiissni'lnisettd Agricultural College
good opjiort tin it ies, ami u was one o emuiv
III II 1 illlL'llltlUIl Ill-mil- mivj
now to italic NEW LADIES STORE,! SWE'CJOWAW &. BROWN, ' TABIiay GROCERIES.
SA DDLEIIV, OA It 11 1 AGE,
I Opposite Store nt Saxo A- Place in building
American farmers do not sufficiently formerly occupied by S. S. A- .1. A. Dedard. La-
...,i,i-nnl.,(i vif.l m-nnu 'Plinv nrofi.i. fni1 ! ,lit,H wi 15,1,1 ,ll'r' n complete and choice asSOlt-
appieciate looteiops. liicj pieier tootl j 1UPtlt r FnlK,y 1)ry KO,tl(, jlHt ,.l)t,,.ivi,(1 fn)lll
for anintals that will grow without an-i lunrlti-t, such as
Farm at Amherst, we have thought that
.... , . . . i mitit t nut iwinitiiur nmiiiiip-
mustered up courage to "do" ttie latner nmn i--
delicate business. nor lauicr aim tion may oe accupuiuiu uj um mmui
awav, her brothers
mother were gone
were taking a
on the parlor
the door, mere im- ununi v...
.,:!,. ....t nt nil ftirminablo-looknig
i..i-1i'iiimk1ic tliotiL'ht !-o, for she walked
Mlllll iv iii. The nronrietor of the
The subject of Agricultural Educa
tion has been in various forms before
comfortable fcimo, or
.1... 111!....)) .,-,,n Inl Mnir
lilt- null H.m iw.... Ul, ln
sofa. Kate crept soltiy to ine peuiuu m inuuimiwiiiiuwui
There the oiiomy was. cer- 1850, when, principally through mo 111-
iluence of Hon. Marshall P. Wilder,
nual planting and tilling. Much of the
excellence attained by English fanners
in raisingand fatleningcattleand slice),
is referable to their root crops. The
carrot has a greater value than the
amount of nutriment It contains. It
has a small portion of peolle acid, which
assists in the digestion of other food.
The add has the power of gelatinizing
the contents of the stomach. When
carrots are fed to horses with oats, (he Valencienes and Thread Lace
oats arc all digested, even to the husks.
Horses will sustain more labor with car
rots substituted for one third the oats,
as the carrots promote the health as well
as digestion. They are said also to ar
rest t lie heaves in the early stages.
Fringes all colors!
Fans, a rich lot.
looked up and bowed politely, hut there
was a roguish twinkle in his eyes, and
be seemed to bo trying to conceal a smile
for the cornels of his mouth twitched
and he made a motion to kneck oil an
imaginary ily, which he thought had
-ettled on his nose. But Kate did not
observe this, for she was industriously
studying the pattern of the carpel
"Mr. Walton" said Kate.
then President, of the .Senate, Dr. Kd-1 Nearly six-sevenths of the carrot is wa
ward Hitchcock, President of Amherst , (or, but when the weight raised upon
College, was commissioned to visit the , an ,K.rc jH considered, counting eighteen
Agricultural Institutions of Europe, tons or two thousand pounds each, as j
and report upon their organization and the product of an acre, which is not an i
Wo havo tho largest and boat assorted slock of
goods of every description, in the above line, tn
1m found in the State. As rgonts fortho largest
lielting Factories, wo keep a supply of
Messrs. Scofield & Vincent,
LAKE STREET, ST. ALBANS,
Constantly l;oop on hand a ficsh :-r
The first practical result of this effort,
was the establishment of the Board of
Agriculture, which has accomplished
"That's me," said'the occupant of the much, both to improve the farms and
sofa, looking innocently unconscious,
if ntf. ignored his remark, and contin
-r . . 1!
ued in an almost niaimioio lone, urn
which he heard, nevertheless.
"Mr. Walton, lam come" poor Kate
stopped, unable to proceed.
"I am aware that you have.
farmers of the State, and to prepare the
way for the successful operation of an
InlSOU Congress, mainly through the
personal efforts of our esteemed Senator
Morrill, who was then in the lower
to business, my dear, V'V..lV..ri. House of Contrress. made to each State
nih i ' Ills Iliunn uuaivi . -
She looked up and faced him boldly,
lw.r fhooUs blazing with shame and rage.
" L am come, sir, to take advantage of
leap vear; that is, being duly impressed
i.-nii'ii si.nso. of vour siiDcrioritv over
my other numerous nnile friends, and branche
extra yield we have in food elements:
Elcsh formers ' lbs. G-10
Heat and fat producers, .'1888
Ain't of digestible food per acre. 1,-128
And as hay contains only about forty
nine per cent, of nutriment, this acre of
carrots would be equal to four and a half
tons of good hay, beside being more easi
ly digested; and when we consider that
carrots are in as soluble and digestible
condition as grass in fact as grass laid
up for winter use, wc see the import
ance of this crop. The tops are also
valuable food are devoured very greed
ily by cows, and coming in when other
the liberal oiler of ,'S0,000 acres of land
for every member of Congress, to which
it was then entitled for the endowment
iC in,,, i,w,r. fV,11mmu illn loilllill!'
obiect of which should be to teach such b'..en food is done, assist in keeping up
'Ai. .ji r mi- i.. ..... ,., t,i,,rii
Uie HOW Ul 111UK unci 111 ruiiruiu
,,iw ioimr dcoiilv smitten wnn your
line manners and personal beauty, 1
have come to offer you my hand, anil
hope you will think enough of my oiler
to accept," she stammered.
"You may ask my par," tiud JJick,
drawing his handkerchief belore Ins
eyes, and speaking in a subdued whis-
1)0Kato was thunderstruck. She had ex
pected an indignant refusal. She pro
posed to him for the fun ol the tiling,
and because riic girls had dared her to
"liarkis appears to be willin' " said
ii ,t ;.. : 11 !
of learning as are related to
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vgliciiiliue iii in uie uLueiiiiiui; .ii ta.
The legislature of Massachusetts at
once accepted this generous gift, and af
ter much discussion resolved to found
one independent College for the epecial
education of youny men in scientific ay
riculturc and horticulture. To this in
stitution was given practically two
thirds ofgthis fund, while the other third
was given to the Institute of Technol
ogy at Boston, which from its favorable
location and ample endowment possess
ed admirable facilities for the liislruc
Some have estimated the tops as a re
muneration for the principal part of the
labor in raising them. Carrots are ad
mirable food for milch cows in winter,
producing as much butter in January
as the best grass in June.
A nico lino of French Cambrics ami Fancy
LawiiH. Anew Kid Olove uhich surpasses any
thing yet brought into thin market, and irnr
mnled. All of which will ho sold at reasonable!
prices. Ladies will tind it to their advant.igo to
call and examine for themselves.
Dress and Cloak making in all its varieties
under the Hkilltul supervision of Miss Klluu
Jloore. long and fnvorahly known to tho inhabi
tants of this ullage and vieiuitv.
1-d-tb L. 1'. Kimiton.
Eliliu II. Huntington,
tMT(T.SM)Il TO A. It. JII NVAN.
ASKS attention to the following partial list of
articles, which I will sell at the lowest rales
Howard, Tienioi t, MilUose. mid all tho differ
ent grades of Walthaui, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A large assort
ment ot Hold and Silver American
Cases, of the best styles. Also.
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' Hold Hunting Watches, American and
Swiss. The latest, and best patterns of Cold,
Plated and Silver I liains, Fine Gold and
Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A
uplendid iiKsoitment of Ladies'
Ktrusean, Coral, Garnet, ttc, &c. Gentleniens'
Pins, Masonic Pins and Kings. Diamond,
Kmerald, Ruby, Amcthystc, 1'eail and
Garnet Finger Kings, 18 lit. Plain
Kings, Gold Bracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Of all sizes on hand. Wo oiler a full and com
plete aet oi'tmcnt of
Carriage and Harnvt Jnvcs' Supplies,
And are constantly receiving consignments of a
superior aitielo of Oak and Hemlock Harness
Leatucr. Patent Collar and Ktisset, Grain and
Split Skirting and Winker. Hard mid soft Dash,
Knnalileled Oil Top and
O It A 1 N BOOT LE A THEM.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which we offer at a low cash llguie.
3. l-iionilxuiLur moowan, St. Albans, Vt.
(iKonor. v. miowx.
PAPER If &mXT8i$
Of dlll'elent patterns.
F U R N I T D K E
Turning to our book of experiments, uxtril and Treble Plate. Tea hets, Castors, Cake
Jiasuets, Vases, ,ve., ,ve. uom saver spoe
"Barkis is vrjtthi " was the reply from f mm n hc mcchunic ar(s
ihS&,rifaW cried Thus'Massachusetts alone of all the
... i.. ainlnc line nctnl,lialinll n fflllocro fnr 111!
cried Dick, in
"Yes, you are. Oh
broke my virgin heart,'
a tragic tone.
"Virgin fiddlesticks," quoth she, eye
ing him suspiciously, and, edging to
ward the parlor door.
"Yon'vn oilered ine vour hand, and,
I'd take 'em both if they wasn't in your
A bright idea" slrillik'1 ivaic. , .m.
would make love to him furiously, and
he would retreat and leave the field.
"But I don't want you to marry me,"
wept Dick , his handkerchief still be
fore his eyes.
"WhyV" queried she.
"You're a-a-a-a romp," he gasped.
"I'm a ladv," she replied, indignantly-
"You whistle, and jump, and fish,
and actually shoot." Dick appeared to
be having a hysteric fit.
"I'll shoot you!" and she made a
dash for the door. But Dick was ahead
of Iter, and, as her hand grasped the
door knob, lie seized her wrists.
"You have already shot my heart full
of 'Cupid's arrows," ho exclaimed, giv
ing her a look that caused her cheek to
burn, and made her eyes drop in ion
fusion. Ho led her unwillingly to the sofa,
and sat down beside her. "Kate, I love
you with my whole heart, and I ask you
in all sincerity, to become Mrs. Dick
"Walton." His voice was low and ea
ger. "But my unniaidenly conduct. I J"
her lips quivered, and two great tears
rolled down her face.
"If you were like other girls 1 would
not care one whit for you ; but, Kate, 1
love you because you dare do things oth
ers dare not do," he said persuasively.
"You-you-you said I was a romp;"
she was crying in earnest.
"Well, didn't you tell Sue Develin
that I was a bear'."'
"How do you know?" She stopped
crying and gazed at him in amazement.
''I listened, Miss," was the courage
"Indeed, and you heard"
"Tho whole nlot. I was behind the
irbor, and, hearing my name mentioned,
States has established a College for the
one sole purpose of giving instruction
in agriculture and horticulture of affor
ding a proil'essional education to practi
cal farmers and gardeners.
That the course of Instruction may
combine the practical with the theoret-
located upon one of
ical. the Colle
ire is locateu unon one
larnis in tne uomifum .. ......
consisting of .1831 acres, which cost ex
clusive of building $37,000. Tho build
ings now upon the farm cost $78,000 and
others are in course of erection.
The accommodations arc now ample
for fifty students, and will be increased
so as to accoiiimodatc other sixty by the
opening ot tho second college year m
The students all room in the dormi
tory, and take their meals at the board
The President in his annual report
says: "The expense of living at the
College will bo reduced to the lowest
point compatible with health and com
fort, since, while the advantages of the
Institution are freely offered to all, they
are especially designed to benefit the
industrial classes. A young man, can
here procure a superior education for
$100 per annum, in addition to what he
can earn on (he premises."
The expenses are: Tuition per term
$12 ; room rent $5 ; board $3 per week
incidentals $1 per term; fuel, washing
ike, at cost about $2o per annum. The
students are required to labor six hours
per week without compensation, and are
encouraged to perform as much more
labor as is compatible with their class
duties : and it may be mentioned as 11
lustrative of the fact, that manual labor
does not necessarily prevent severe men
tal application ; that the best scholar in
the class earned during the last term
could not resist the desire of hearing $39,07. at 12U- per hour
your opinions uuui t i . , u 11.. - Candidates for admission must
JJ1CK SIllllliu iiiiuuiiwi iiuuij j muii 111;
"You tell your companions thut
are engaged to that 'horrid creature,'
and expect to uccome jurs. jjick wauon
in one month from to-day." Kate
blushed and attempted to release her
hands, for Mr. and Mrs, Adams were
coming, and that instant entered tho
parlor. Dick got up and announced
Mr. and Mrs. Adams congratulated
them, kissed their daughter, shook
hands, and, upon tho wholo, seemed
perfectly overjoyed at the way things
had turned out.
"NToxt dav Kate met her companions
and engaged them for bridesmaids, and superintendence of tho Professor.
teen years old, and pass an examination
in English Grammar, Geography, Aritli
metic, and Alegebra to Quadratic ISquiv
sions, and furnish a certificate of good
The course of instruction is scientific
and yet eminently practical.
The farm Superintendent is also
Professor in tho College, and equally at
home in cither place, thus affording the
student opportunity for practically ap
plying the knowledge acquired in the
class room, under the direct personal
a few wcelcs later over.v one of her
friends received her wedding cards.
Kate's advico to her old companions is:
"My proposal ended well ; go and do
likewise." To which wo say, Amcii!
Several of the students now in tho
College are beneficiaries of tho County
Agricultural Societies, most of which
in order to encourago tho enterprise
took a schoolorsliip each. Thus hand in
hand the dlllercnt organizations work
together for the common good.
Want of space compels us, reluctantly
to defer till somo future timo a descrip
tion of tire buildings, stock, fcc.,'of the
establishment, and wo tho moro regret
this circumstance, becauso 01 a convie-
. .... its' i in t H W t41U U VIUi?Vi tlHlUll IT Wll VI Kfi
j"ThopolieQof 0 ncinnati wil not 1,0th interesting and instructive,
allow open air preaching in tho parks of 0ur tlmnkH ,.. t th rrcsilieut
and Superintendent for tho onnortunl
1! ..J 1 .. .1 J... ..1 f iJT. ..1
lies iiiiorueu us 10 juuivu mimue personal
8Tlo irrepressible Colorado Jewett
Is back at Montreal with his family.
found whoro it is
HSfllavo you seen Prangs Chronio?
"Old Oakon Bucket," "Falconer and
insDoction of tho whole establishment
and especially the " Durfco Plain
we find that a four years old cow pro
duced, in January, from fourteen day's
milk, after calving, twenty pounds of
butter. Another cow coining in about
the first of February, produced In seven
days, nine pounds of butter; another in
pril made ten pounds m eight days.
(V record was kept until June 1. :f
The product of butter was unquestion-
bly doubled by the carrots. This
would give 154 pounds of butter for 100
bushels of carrots certainly a very lib
eral remuneration for raising them.
This butter produced in winter had
lionrlv ns fine a color and flavor as if
1 x i l-n.. 4,1.
color the butter with carrots inside the
cow than with an infusion of juice
mixed in working.
Light soils aro generally preferred. A
heavy soil should be freed from water
and dceplv worked. If stable manure
is used it should be on a previous crop
The Early Horn is suited for garden
culture and has a. superior flavor for table
use. The Long Orange is generally
preferred for a field crop.
This may be done from the last of
May to tho middle of June, depending
upon the climate and season. The rows
should be about twenty inches apart.
The seed should bo deposited with a
drill at a uniform depth of one-half to
three-fourths of an inch. Some mix it
with radish seed. The radish coming
up in two or three days marks tho rows
and also shades the young carrots. The
radishes may bo pulled out leaving the
ground loose or left to decay in the
Use the best impliments.
When the carrots are ready to pull,
run a subsoil plow close to the row as
deep as it can bo drawn. This will
loosen the carrots so that they can be
lifted out by hand. In cutting the tops
the lower crown should be left to pre
serve them from decay. Condensed
from tho u Mural New Yorker.
Thimbles, .Vc. A mtv lariro stock of
Gold and Steel Spectacles, evervpair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knives, Shcaru and Scissors of the 1st quality,
I shall receive trom day to day now stylos of
Jewclrv. Silver ami I'lateil ware, wmeli 1 win
sell at tho lowest market rates.
JKT Watch reiHiinin,' and entiravinn done
1)i:ai.i:u in all kinds or
Thirst, ninss fJrnp.fvn'fis ! !
DA1UIOW Ul.OL'K, ST. AI,11ANS, VT.
Consisting in part of
"VTTK would givo this notice to our former
V friends and patrons, that on and after the
1st clay okJ , iMN, we Bliall sell our goods
OlSnt! PEICE ! !
Having had sufficient oxperience in tho credit
syhteni of doing business, wo htivo concluded to
make, a change, and try tlio casii system tio
lioving that wo can sell our goods cheaper bv
adontunr biich a rule Although a novelty in St,
Albans, wo aro determined to try tho plan. Wo
have on hand a largo stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING
Which under this plan wo will nureo to sell 13
licr cent lest than any other firm in town that
do business on tho credit system.
Take notice and govern yourself accordingly.
SMITH & FOSTER,
N O . 2 , 73 A XtROW BLOCK
HAT AND CAP STORE,
SOUTH MAIN STHEET
The undersigned keeps eoiir-tantly on hand
tun supply 01
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
GLO VES AND MITTENS,
And an assortment of Gent's Furnishim: goods
111 his line of trade equal to anv in stvlo and
exjelleneo of goods, and at reasonable prices.
Helms every thing in tlio hat lino, from com
111011 straw to tho last stylo of silk hat, and can
(I. 15. SMITH
St. Albans, Vt. May 12, 18(18. 1-d-tb
GOODS AT ONE DOLLAR
Foreign and Domestic Manufacturers' Agency
lor tlio sale ot
DEY GOO I) S
At an equal price of
first class quality, direct from tlio Manu
facturers. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL ! !
Quarterly Circular, May 1st just published.
itir Agents wanted every where, and satisfac
tion guranteed in all cases. Greater induce
incuts than over. Agents can easily mako $25 to
Siou per wcok. uircuiars seni rreo to any an
dress. CHAS. LETTS fc CO,
d'J-l.'H) Manufacturers' Agents,
(it and CO Federal Street, Huston, Miss.
XTOTICE OF SEI.UltK AND SALE. -Tho
Ll following described property was seized
by Officers of tho Customs for violation of tho
ltovenuo Laws of tho United States, viz:
At Ilitrhcate. May 11. 18(18: 2 Steers. 1 Colt
Said property will bo sold at publio auction at
tho Custom llouso, Hlghgato, Vt., on Monday
aiay viJtii, isos, at ii o ciock, a. in.
GEO. J. STANNAltD,
Collector of Customs,
Custom Houso, District of Vermont, Collec
tor's Oftico, hiulington, ICth May, 1808. d5,lY
LC, liUAVK.VS, Successor to H. II. Bow-
man, Flour and Grain Merchant. Choico
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UI.U1U9 IU J.-JUMI UlttUMI Oil JliUUl Ul 1UW puces
St. Albans, May lo, 1808. 3d-tf
St. Albans, Vt.
YOUTHS ClothiiiH of all kinds at
P YYM.N. SMITH &C0U
"TJOn SALE. A pleasantly located residence
J, in St, Albans, with 0110 or two acres of
land, as may bo desired. Twelvo cood rooms
coller, cistern, excellent well of water, houso
and barn nearly new. Apple, pear, plum, and
cucrry trees, partly 111 Hearing, or nest vanetios,
Also grapo vines, etc. Tlio cheapest placo in
town ai 1110 price asKou. Tonus very easy,
Foo further particulars, enquiro at tho Tkak
sciuiT Oliico. 2l5-tli
PANTS and Vest, all kinds, at
1YM, N, SMITH & CO'S.
! Flour, Q-rain, Feed,
Butter, Pork, Fish,
And indeed an assortment consisting or articles
too nunierouH to mention, hut all such as are
needed for family use, and at tho most reasoiui
ble prices. Call and examine our stock and
prices, and satisfy yourselves.
SCOFIKI.l) .t VINCENT.
St. Albans, May 12. dl.tt
WAEB &. BURKES,
Dealers in alll kinds of
G R O C E K I E S
IjAKK ST., ST. ALBANS,
First door above tho St. Albans House, keep
constantly on hand a full assortment of
Of all kinds, just received, at
H. LIVINGSTON A SONS.
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE!
rjHE subscriber offers for Mile to tho people of
JL St. Albans, Franklin County .uid Vicinity, a
verv well selected slock of choice
Chcmiciils, liesinoids &;
l'erfumeries and Fancy Articles generally such
;s aro kept 111 a tirst class City Drug Store.
I' A TEXT MEDICINES.
HAIlt ItESTOltEltK. Mrs. Allen's, Hall's.
ltiug's, Martini Washington, Webster's, Sterl
ing's, Barrett's, Shedd's, Mexican Sits., e.
Such as liuru spices. Cream Tartar. Soda. Mus
tard, Soaps, Flavoring Extracts, Farina, Corn
Starch, YWicaton Grits, Ac.
Prescriptions Carcfalfg J'rcjxtrcd
And Druggists' and 1'hy.nicians' orders solicited.
This store will not bo uiidernold by any on goods
01 1110 sauio quality, nut wilt sustain, at all
events, its reputation for cheapness and relia
bihty, and 111 all cases wo shall bo happy to re
ceive our customers, and wait on thc'in with
iirniier earo and attention.
iJr. a. .11. riant, lato ot JUUton, will no pleased
i : o 1.:.. i.. 1 .
in iceuiu uu ins ineima uun acquaintances.
ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
l'ure Liqit irs constantly 011 hand for Medicinal
S, It. DAY, Agent.
witoLi:.s.u.r, and hctail uuamui in
M EC II A Nl US TO O LS,
II All I) WARE
BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST.
St. Albans, May 14, 1808.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Aro pieparod to furnish niusie for
And 011 other occasions whero Hand and String
.llilBio is required.
Orders addressed to
G-EORGE E. KINSLEY,
W. H. SMITH,
At tho Tromont Houso, will receive prompt at
Portions desiring tho services of this Hand on
tho 1th of July, hhould hand in thoirbids bolbro
tlio lutn 01 June. . (ii-tt
Of all kinds;
And all hoHn of articles usually kept in business
of their kind. Highest cash iiriee paid for all
lands ot country Produce.
GIVE ITS A OAIiL.
WAHI) A IWIINES.
MORTON & PEROT!
Having bought of (J. W. Dlodgetl his new and
entire stock of
Feel satisfied in saying to tho public
can sell goods as low as can bolx
loiiuht in Frank -
1 it 1 County. All wo ask is to have customers
conio in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elsewhere. Wo have, and aro receiving.
ill tlio new styles trom market, consisting ol
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endless varieties, and a largo and well selected
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
Which wo will sell low lor cash. Wo have ihe
largest assortment of
HATS AND OAFS
To bo found in Northern Vermont. If yon don't
believe it, call and see for yoursolvcs. Our
Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of
( 1 ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
KINDS, you will lind at
WM. N, SMITH A CO'S.
ATS FOR BOYS : CAPS FOP. HOYS AT
WM. N. SMITH & COS,
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
Wo havo a few Winter Over Coats left, that
tvo will sell at a big discount from cost, lor cash.
Iteinembcr tho place. Two doors West of tho
American House, Lako Street.
MORTON k PEH0Y.
IlKsiiy G, Moiiton. Aliieiit N. Pmtcy.
ld-tf Formerly with Win. N. Smith ,V Co
RUBBER Coats, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH ACQ'S.