clip the following paragraph from the Traverse Bay Progress of the 1 4th iust. : " At 6 o'clock, on Tuesday morning last at Elk Rapids, Mi-s. Harriet L. Noble, mother oí Henry H., Óscar L. and Edwin S. Noble, and of Mrs. J. E. Cooper of this place, passed quietly, peacefully and joyiully from the circle oí her mourning frieníu 011 earth to the conimunion of Saints in Heaven. Mrs. Noble - nee Harriet Lucretia Stilson - was born in Bennington county, Vermont, July 28, 1797, and had eonsequeutly passed her 76th year. May 13, 1818, she married Nathaniel Noble, at4Reading, N. Y., and with her husband cams.to and settled at Dexter in this county in the fall of 1824, where her husband died in 1858, Her oíd ífriends - and ktaey are many in this county and especially in Dexter and vicinity - speak of aeras an intelligent and lovely woman. From early life she was a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and the lengthy obituary notice from which we condense this item says that " her religious life was one of honest piety and sterling Christian virtues." Joe T. Jacobs, the One Price Clothier, has recently receiveil a large assortraent of Clothing and has marked the same at prices to defy corapetition. He especiaily calis attention to his full line oí Youths' and Boys' Clothing. Silver still given in change. Room No 16 S. Main St., Aun Arbor. Mrs. Almy S. Lund, widow of J. H. Lund, and sister of Charles H. Iiichmond, died at the residence of Mr. lt. on f riday evening last, aged about 64 years. She was an estimable lady and leaves a large circle of friends, especiaily among the older residents of this city, to sympathize with her bereaved friends.