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VERMONT :i.VI I.V TRANSCRIPT, JULY 0, 1.868.
N E W F i R M. ! c OI1AHI.KS AVYMAN, VT. TRANSCRIPT CUT THIS OUT !ht.uh,ukA.,t ins: 1868, te 1868, 1847 1868 1 WYMAN & HUNTINGTON, ! - AND- WW GOODS. Ogdeasburgh to the West, JOB 1,1 V I' Si V It III l IV 111 HO. 2 BMiKTHS' ItAXE ST., ST. ALBANS, VT. N oulil lii tilt ,'cipli of I'lnnkilll Culintv, that they arcpr' paud to offer them rAMI2.1T GROCERIES, Fresh from market, at tho lowest cash pt ices, at Wholesale and retail. TEAS. Yuiiiik HjM'ii, Japan, Oolong and English Break fast. Tho Hiii -st in tlu niaikot. If you want linxi (1 Teas, 1 in pure Tons of 15A1INKS A CHOWLV.Y. pn l l .ispberry loaves ami mix to suit jour t !i -.i . will find it elicapi-r than to lm hum 1 Ti aHiif ,niv New York Ten Company. It MINI: s a CI:)WLE Kl 1' P THE DENT COrFEES. ()!.! .1 , lilo. AIT.10AN, AND GItOUND copehe, SPICES. Strictly pure. m-UiVKNKS ,v lii-n'S for the beat v xi. molasses, stto axihouse svhtjps. SUGARS. 1' li., HAVANA, 31 IV I 'OVA 1)0, DI'.MEliAltA, AND ui:riXKi Or ALL OHADES. It you u u t li oi clean, liny your SOAPS oi'b.uines a chowley. l.OliMN KENDALL, peehlkss, o. k., PIONHKH. AC . AO. TOILET SOAPS. AO. l'o Tnbao 'i dowers, Smokers, and Sniill'-Tii-kers : Wi buy of the manufacturers, and can phase you Imtli hi quality and price. Wi-want i'linuui's and Dealers to boar in mind Hint wc keep tin." Pure Boston ground ROC1E SALT, Tin onls salt suitable for dairy purposes, which will hi-sold an low an can bought in 1 1 1 it market. I'ur good light ami no danger of explosion, liuy your KEROSENE OIL otBAItNF.S A CHOWLHV. Price as low as lowest. rLoxjH. liu lu st brands ennstaiitly on hand. Graham and Biiekwho.U Flour, live nmt Corn Meal Finally if you want anything in the line ot Vind grot prion, the place to Imv them is at BARNES A CROWLEY'S. ( ash paid for all kinds of Country Produce -Cioodw sold at wholesale at the lowest possible llguiv. 2l;l l!Ali.'KS A- CROWLEY. Ol'.iJIiol, Vi. I1AIIN1-.S, I I. J. (i:ovi,i:v,. i .St. Albans Vt. Mil I 111 Vi-llI.V. BY recent enactments of Congress, all Sol diers who have served three yearn and have receive d hut ?l()t) bounty lrom the United Sb'tos, or who, having enlisted' for three years, were dis charged in consequence ol wounds, and the wid ow, children, or parents of any soldier who cn listid for three years, under a 'promise of only $100 bounty, anil who died in the service, are en titled to an additional boimtv of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS 1 All invalid peiisiniicivi who have lost a hand cu tout, or have incurred disability equivalent to the loss of hand or fnot, me entitled to a large increase of pension. All pensioned widows of soldiers or sailors are entitled to an increased pension of two dollars tier month for each child under sixteen years ol nf,'c. Claims of the abovu nature, and for arrears of pay, ollicei s' extra pay, fur horses lost in tho U. S. service, commutation of rations ot prisoners of war and prize nionev, will ho promptly prose cuted by application ly letter, enclosing dis oliargf trom service, will bo attended to and the necissary papers returned to plieant for sig natim s, Ac. K. A. SO WLES, Oiliee ovi rthe First National Hank, SI. Mbaus, Auk. 17th,lH(i(!. 12fl-tf (' 11 HAT 1JH' KOVH.UKVi' l.v DICVTIS. TUX. The attention of tho tiuhlie is called to a ireal discovery in Dentistiy. THE GREATEST ADVANCE STKl' r.VJ'.lt .MADU IN THE AltT. The main difllculty in wearing aiiitieial teeth is, tl'i-v do net hold in their place liriuly enough, unit add to this Ihe annoyance of food gotting under the plato while eating. I have diocover 'd a method of ho constructing tho plato on liith tho tueth are scl that thuy will not start jr drop whilo eating or speaking, neither will any particles of food get under the phi to. no matter what tho condition of tho mouth is, which is not true of any method hithertoused. 1 liavo Hccurcd Letters Patent lor the United States, Kngland nnd France. The improvement is nut in material, but in tho construction, whichseenrcs the atmospheric pressure on tho entire plate. 1 have sold tho exclusive of said improvement to Dr, L. Oilman, to wit, tho Counties of Frank, lin, Washington, Chittenden, hamoillo and Grand Isle. Thovo wishing to avail themselves of such improvement, will call on Dv. I j. RILMAM, .ST. LHANK Yeiimont. N.T. FOI.SOJi. lUl-tf NoVf lllbi'l', 11, IKli". JTIOlt Hl'ItlMi OYiJltCOATiS OF AliL KINDS, go to N. SMITH A CO'.S. GTb TO V.M. N." KMri'TfA' ('l)-.S nir'allliimis T of UmhrellnH. HICOT Jackets at W,U. N, SMITH A C0U Acknowledging the kindness ami liberal pat- I roiingc of the public in the past twenty years, I, Charles Wyman,' Now r i, fir the puunise, (and let the past be the iissur, nice) that this corner of the good little STATU OF VKIl.VOiXT, l ; And some portion of tho I'. (.., shall bo well and honestly supplied at tho lowest possiblo rates with all tho grades of America, Swiss A; Knglish WATCHES, In OOM) and SIhVF.lt Cases. J E W E L 11 Y , Latest patleriiH and all grades FINKOOIJ), SlhVKI! and im,ati:d chains, KKYS. I.Ol.'KliTS, CHAINS, Masonic ami .Mechanics' Pins, Solid Silver Ware, warranted line as coin. ISoautii'ul li I j EOT 110 PLATED GOODS. From all ..i lact'.irieK. such lis T13A SU'l'S, OAK Pi HASKKTS, HKllltY D1SIIKS, OASTOliS, l'lTOHKHS, ' ooi!li;ts, Sl'OON (!UI'S Syrup Cups, Muslatd and Child's Cups, Vases, Collin l'lates, linallv i vervthing of l'ul iiiiiilit Plated Ware. This Is the only place in the county where you can get, direct from the manufiictnieis, 'tho Genuine Win. Hogcr.s & Son's Spoo.is, Forks, Knives, I idles Ac. Don't be de ceived and buy a 2d quality goods when its so easy to get Viv best and nl almost the same price A great variety Clocks. Table and Pocket 111 abundance. I'.vervbody wants a knijf then let everybody call ami gct'one. A large assort ment of (iold, Silver and Steel Spectacles! and Kyo (ilasses. FANCY WOODS, Sl I FA HS, SCISSOltS, COM US, HltUSDRS, ni:i:di,i'.s, WAUiKTS, inns, GA.MF.S .ir. Hille and Pistol Cartridges, lievolvers, Huberts' Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry l epaired in tho best possible, manner. All work warranted satisfactoiy or pay refunded. Fngraving neatly executed, and at reasonably low rates. At the old stand, Hraincid's Jiuilding, corner Main and Hank streets. CHAltLKS WYMAN. St. Albans. Feb. Kllh, 18(18. 2(;-tl ISuccessor to Leonard, llrainerd A Co., J Wllul.I.S.W.l: AND ItUl'AII, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, ST. ALli.VNS ..VEKMUNT. Dealer in imrc llnnjs and t'liiiniciih, all of which are bought and will be sold at lowest liv ing rates. HesinoidH Eclectic Preparations. V. S. P. Tinctures, Fluid Extracts, Powdered Drugs, Ac, Ac. Very choice PeiTiuneries and Toilet Articles, Itrushes of all kinds, Hathiiig Towels, Toilet Si ts. Wallets, Pocket Hooks and Hill Holders, Hand Mirrors, Thermometers, choice French, English and American Soaps. Patent Mcdoeines in great valiety New and Desirable Stationery, Envelopes, Triple thick, Open end, White, Ca nary, litiff, (lold, Com, and .Manilla. Fine Com mercial note paper, Letter, Foolscap, Hill and Sermon paper. Initial Papetric, A few packets in very late styles, just received, French Commercial, Octavo, Ladies Note, and Square paper, and Envelopes to match. Call early, while the assortment is full. Flower Seeds, A very large assortment just in, including very choice and ra"re kinds, such as tho finest vario' tics of Asters, Ha'saiu, P.itunia, Pansy, Phlox, Stocks, Zinnias, Ac, and a nico lot of Everlasting Flowers and Ornamental Grasses. Intending purchas ers would lind it for their advantage lo examine while the stock is complete, UAltDHN SEEDS, trom all the bist Seedsmen. Kerosene Oil, Better and Cheaper Than Any. Pure ground and whole spices, andllavoriiig ex tracts, and the usual lot or DllUCiGlST'S UHOcEIilLS. hyo Woods and Dvo Htutl's. Liquid Family Dyes, Neat's Foot Oil, Ac, Ac jT Phybiciuiis' orders correctly tilled with promptness, and pure goods Mipphud at low prices. PHKSCHIPTIONS Carefully Compounded. Triisscs.Shouldcr Hraces.Abilominal Supporters, Ac, lilted by a competent person, Agency for Ar Showc & Cos Tea and Coffee, Teas 75 cents, til) cents, $100, 51 10, SI 20, $1 10, and $1 50 per lb. All Teas warranted, mid money relunded if not satisfao lorv. it, HltAINEHD. St. Albans, May 2, IBtW. ' 130-tf B LACK DHESS SUITS OF EVEHY KIND AT W3L N. SMITH A CO'S. B OYS. tiOTO WM. N. SJHTH A CO'S FOH 1UUK SPH1NO CLOTHINO. llEMCOVED. Subscriber has rinirviil 1mm htful: nf rniiE roods In lt-inics' Itlni-K T.nl:i Klrti.t nnim. site tho St. Albans Foundry, and will continue oiibiucBs uiiro uuui ine completion or ins new Store on Mam Streot. VltTOIt ATWOOD. St Albans, May 11, leCH. 21C-tf, Print inCrl ST. ALBANS. H. A. CUTLER,- - PROPRIETOR. All Printing brought lo this Olllce, both Plain and Ornamental, will meet with prompt atten tion, at prices as low as tho times will admit. Wo do our work much better than can nny Olllce that will do a job of printing for nothing for tho sake of depriving us of it, and we are ready to compare our work with any similar class of printing done in the cities, both in neat ness and price. Hand your ordeis into the Transcript Hook and Job Printing Establishment if you take any pride in having your printing done in a work manlike manner. )'R EES MlK DRSSSKlKx will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It is perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perfume imparted to the Hair make it desirable for old and young. j For Sixlo by nil Druggist. " DEPOT, 10S GREENWICH ST., N. T. -pIPOKTANT TO STOCK GHOWEHS. Blood, Beauty, Speed, Kind ness and Endurance. Those who desire to raise llrst-class sotck, and all lovers of good horsoB, aro respectfully in formed that tho Ilambletonian trotfinc stallion. YOUNG DEXTER: v ill stand for a limited number of mares tho en suing season, at tho Homestead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington County, N. Y.; beasou lo comme nce on tho 1st of Mav and to end on tho 1st day of Sontembcr. Young' Doxter was bred at Clicbtcr, Orango County, N. , is four years old, by Hysdyk's Ilambletonian, stands nearly 10 hands high, and is ono of tho best of tho got of his celebrated siro. Young Dexter is a half brother to Doxter, Gcorgo Wilkes, Drnno, Ijrn notto allied to Mountain Hov-auil other well known horses. Very evidently, from hiu bl?,o, shape, etc., Young Doxter will not onlv bring gontlo, lino and speedy stock, but also handsome carriage and family horses as well. It is mani festly for tho bcnelit of stock growers that thev obtain not only tho best and most popular blooil in the country, hut also that which commands the highest prices n market, and it requires no nioro labor or euro to raiso a good colt than an inferior ono. It was with tho viow to improve the stock of hoibos in Northern Novr York, Ver mont and New Hampshire, etc., that Young Dexter was purchased by iis present owner, Mr. H. O. Pago, Editor of tho Peo)ilu' Journal tho object bohifl to benefit farmers and stock growers who are willing tc undergo the care and oxpenso necessary to the raibing of good horses. For further particulars, terms, eto., nddross Homobtead Stock Farm, Greenwich, Washington ('n,!',ltrv1; N( Y - KTHATTQN, 21f'-H Sunorlntendent, II ITOUOHTON'S oysti:h HOUSE, - lnsr.Mi-.NT BARNES' BLOCK ! i.aki: HTitirr .SI', Al.llANS, Chesapeake & Baltimore Oysters AT VIIOI.l'.SAI.i: AN1I UCTAU.. This brand of oysters is the largest and finest in tho market. Hotels, Privato Parties, nnd Fes tivals, furnished at inside prices. 198 The lasH Success, T0RF.R MONUV Vt'llNISItl'.l) TO I'AY FOR YOUR PAPER ! NINKNU'.N DOI.l.AUs IN GREENBACKS ' AND THIS AllVKtlTISEMKNT GOOD FOR TWENTY DOLLARS SIXr. DOl.I.VllS AM) KIITVCKNrs GOOD FOR TEN DOLLARS' One of Hies- ''t trn'mt-utH will be accepted as , ...i on every cash purchase amounting to TWENTY DOLLARS. on rif TY ckxts ox a rriioiiAst: ov TEXT DOLLAHS. OH TWENTY-FIVE CENTS on a I UHCHASE of T'lVE DOLLARS. Or a copy of the Vermont Transcript one Year On a Cash Purrhasi' of $:tO. AT WHEELER AND BAILEY'S. We have In variety and stvle. not lo be sur passed in Northern ermoiit, BOOTS AND SHOES ! Crockery and Glass Ware, heather and Shoo J' Hidings. Also Agents tor the GREAT NEW YOUK TEA COMPANY. i weiuy-tiiree oiiiereni Kinds ot 1 ens at (HI cts., 70 cts., 80 cts., 90 cts., $1.00, $1.10, $1,15, and the very best at $1.2.'i. CotVees illl and !15 cts., ....,1 II... , 11 ..I.. 1? II.! I.. linn inu ii-i.v iii.ti ak -in lin Jri llllll ill CUSTOM WORK ! J We maiiufactute to order. Our styles of work I consist of Ladies' and Misses' Polish, hiirh cut. andHutton Hoots, of the Uncut quality of Sorgo 1 Kid and Calf Skills, and of perfect pattern. Of I ueniH wear, we are tne 1 Acknowledged Champions ! I Consisting of Oxford Tics, Hahii 0 Gaitirs, ami lioms with or without the ites, made , from the real warranted iFRUNCH CAIF ! ! i Call early and olten at tho Wholesale and Itctail I (. heap Cash Store. WUUHIjUK A liAlLiliV, tUS-ly Main Street, op)osite the Court House. QAM. AT BUECK & WETIiKKUEE'S FOR DKESS GOODS, DO.MESTICs, WOOLENN, SHAWLS, WHITE GOODS, GLOVES, HOsilCHY, ' POCKET KNIVES NOTIONS, AC- TEAS, COFFEES, SUGAHS, SPICES, HA1HINS, 0HA0KEKS, HHOOMH, KEHO.SEN.i OIL, SALT, AO., AO. 110-tf A1 GENT WANTED. To solicit oiders for all kinds of lnarbln work. cither on commission or by the month, Ono uso to tho business preferred. Apply bv lotter or personally. 0. W. GllEEN. til. Ainans, April 2utn, laus. ai.'J-Gvv SACK COATS FOH SPUING, go to WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. T HlCOr Pants and Vest at WM. N. HMPiMAsCO'S. FOH NEW SPHINQ SUITS OF ALL KINDS, call at WM. N. SMITH & CO'S, SMITH 61 FOSTER IIAV1MI I.DASKll TIIKOI.IISTA.MII AC No, 2, Darrow Block ! I MAIN STREET, For a term of years, have closed their branch store on Lako Street, and consolidated at ' - f . Darrow Hlock, where von can fi'"1 "".v to be Sold at Cost, Sui.li as Over Coats, Under Coats, funis, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, ll.ils Caps, Ac, Ac. We are selling our Heavy Goods At cost, and less, to make room fu our Spr Stock, that is already coming in. We keep tne largest assortment of Full Stills, Half Suits, OoatH, Vests and Pants, Under Gar ments, Hats, Caps. Collars. We not onlv mako a speciality of the licmls Collar, Hut keep a large assortment of a dozen other styles. Ties, Hows, and Knots. Wo have and keap for sale, every New Stvle. We ask atten tion of all who wish CLOTH ! N G FURNISHING GOODS On prices, wo can't bo beat: on nualitvof iroods. wo keep tho host. Hy callimr at No. 2. Harrow Hlock, you can satisfy yourselves. No grum bling if you don't purclmso, SMITH A l'OSTEH. i.. m'i), smith, 105-:)m , n. rosrr.n. 200 TONS PLASTER PARIS ! On hand and arriving, fresh ground, in sucks. Tho Plaster is too well known ns a fertilizer in Hiiu immihf I, m-wt.l n.... .... i.. 1 ...j ,,i:i-ii tun viuiiuieiiiM. r,vejy tanner should avail himself of a few tons before ine sioignuig is gone. ALSO- F1VE HVNDliliD liVSUELS OF HUNGARIAN OATS!! For seed, imported by Mr. Hill, of Grand Islo County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to tho bushel, and a very heavv yielding oat. -ALSO-NORTHERN CLOVER SEED liaised in Grand Isle County. GRANS NEED, CORN, BUCKWHEAT; Ten tons choice DAIRY AND CHEESE SALT ! Also, a large stock of FRESH GROUND FLOUR, On hand, which wo are selling FROM $10 50 TO $17. The flbnvo stncl; m hnmilil I'm' nuli mul unM at a small advance from cost. ' CALL AND I2XAMINH Cash paid for all klndti of Farm Produeo. 201.5vv. H. 0. NOHLE A SON. TO THE WOHKING CLASS.-Farmers, Me chanlcs, Ladlos, and everybody. I am now prepared to furnish you witli constant employ ment at youi homes tho wholo of your timo, or in your sparo moments. Husiness now, liglit and profitable. Fifty cents to Ja per evening is easily earned by persons of either sex, and tho boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Great inducements aro offered thoso who will de vote their whole time to tho business, and, that every person who sees this notico mav send mo their address and test tho business for them. selves, I mako tho following unparallelod offer: n1,, oil ..!., nvntml u-i.ll onliolln.l ...1.1. II.. u hiiu .v,uv nvii wu.ira.iuu HUM II1U IJUS1- ness; I will send U to pav for tho trouble of writing mc. Full particulars, directions, Ac, sent free. A aamplo will bo Bent by mail to all who send 10 cents. Address E. 0. ALLEN, 214-lm Augusta, Maino. XT. J fEW CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS, JUST rocoiveu ai wu. a. muith a co h. Xtn thvvn Transportation Company The only through Dally 'i,l(' hotwoen Ogdensburgh and Chicago I ! And intermediate Ports. 02jr Six Days Through With out Change of Boat. This well known and reliable Company, w ill, during tho present Season, run their Lino of first class Upper Cabin Steamors daily, hotweon Ogdensburgh, Oswego, Clovoland, Toledo, De troit, Chicago, Milwaukee, nnd Intermediate ports, leaving Ogdonsburgh on arrival or Ex press train from the East. j'AffSFJraJeifS and families Moving West, can embark with their luggage, reams, Stock Ac., and land together without disturbance or transhipment, at their port of destination, thus avoiding the great inconveii ieiico of the many changes, delays and expen ses, of other routes, These Steamers have large ( abmsand State Ilooius, amplv and neatlv iur milled, for first class Passengers mid Families, who may wish tn furnish then' own piovisions, Jy elloits will bo spared to maintain the remita. turn of this, as the 01IEA PEST AND BEST UOVTE! A thorough rebuilding, refitting, repaiiing and relurnishi.Ml, with several new boats added to the line, makes this now the most eomforla hie, pleasant and expeditious route to the groat West. He sure and see the Agents or this line before you buy your tickets. Trusty men wM always'ineel passengers at the depot in Ogdens liiirgh to take cheeks and re-check Haggauc Ask tor tickets via NOR THEEN TEA NfiPO It TA ION CO'S, STEAMERS The only Daily American Line leaving Ogdens burgh. Wo will make it the interest of everv traveller to see the Agents of the line before purchasing elsewhere. Through tickets over all the Wes tern Hailroad Lines can be obtained on applica tion to GEO. W. SMITH, office, corner Ford and Patt( isonSIs.,opi)o.site,Iiihnson Iliiuse, Ogdens burgh, N. Y. One hundred pounds of baggage free to each passenger. ItAUUAOE CUE( KE1) THROUGH! To all points. For through tickets and other information, aimlv In c a i.'nnv wim-i. mi-iiiueiN maiming, uguensimrgh, a, v. Geo. . Smith, General Ticket' Agent. H, G. iiiMMiini, j-iiNscuger .geni. 212-tf o UtiAXS AM) MELOUriO.YS! The subsciitier would announce that ho lias received the agency lor the Shouinger Or gan and Melodeon Company, New Haven, Conn., and will furnish instrumnitH of tho V'VAXST TOXE A XI) 1'JXISJi, To Agents or 1'amilies, on the most reasonable terms. Thoy manufacture llity ditlbrent kinds from ono to six sots reeds, with or without SL'lf 11A.SR AXI) TllKMOhO. All ol these instruments, possess great power, with sweetness and lloxibility of tone, as reailv to respond to tho touch as a piano; the eases are highly ornamented m external fiui-sh, the very best or materials being used warranted to o i i7v- .svt nsvA or ion. Any person wishing tho best Instrument for the least amount of monoy, will do well to examine theso before purchasing elsewhere. 0. 1). FAHltAH. Agent, St. Albans, Vt. lBWiins STATE OF VEltMONT. A GENTS WANTED FOH THE OFFICIAL : v . JlISTOltV or THE UrAlt, Its Causes, Character, Conduct and Results ! By Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, A Book for all Sections and all Parties. This great work presents the only complete and impartial analysis of the causes of tho War yet published, and gives theso interior lights, and shadows of tho great conflict only known lo thoso high officers who watched tho flood-tide of revolution from Its fountain springs, and whieh wero so accessible to Mr. Stephens fiom his po sition as second officer of tho Confederacy. Tho public that has been surfeited with appa rently similar productions, wo promiso a change of fare, both agreeable and salutary, and an in tellectual treat of tho highest ordor. The Great American War has at last found a historian worthy of its importance, and at whoso hands it will reccivo that moderate, candid and impar tial treatment which trnth.'and justice so urgent ly demand. The intense desire oveiywhere manifested to obtain this work, its official character and readv sale, combined with an increased connnlusion, make it tho best mhspriptioii book over pub lished. Ono Agent in Eastern, Pa., reports 72 subseri bors in tlireo days. Ono in Ho.ston, M,ibs 11)3 subserbeirH in four da vs. Ono in Memphix, Tenn., 10(1 subscribers in five days. Send for circulars and seo our forms, and a full description of tho work, with press notices ot advance sheets, Ac. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO. 20 South Seventh St.. Philadelphia, Pa. GENTS WANTED FOH THE LIFE OF GEN. U. S. GRANT. HyHon. Ucnrv C, Doming. Tho onli work of the kiiut issued under tho sanction and' bi the au thority of (Irani himself, Tho author is well known as ono of tho most brilliant writers and eloquent orators in tho country. Agents will find this ono of tho most intensely interesting biographies ever published in America, and will meet with a readv Hale. For particular, address . S. SCItANTON A CO., 12fi Asylum Street, Hartford, Ct. 212-lw C UPS FOH SPHINu JUST HEOEIVED AT WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. ANTS and Vest, all kinds, at WM. N. SMITH A CO'S. Gr ,0 TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for tho Bonus Patent Shapo Collar. T HUNKS OF ALL KINDS j THAVELLING Daga of all kinds, at WM, N. SMITH A CO'H,