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VERMONT DAILY TRANBOJIPT, MAi
Vermont Daily Transcript,
Monday, May 25, 1808.
Lett ci' from Cliieayo.
The following Idler, which treats In
part of matters already familiar, In some
of their aspects, lo our readers, will yet,
we arc conildcnt, prove of Interest. The
list of delegates contained in an article
in our local column was tent as a supple
mont to the letter, and bcjiur made out
by a delegate to the Soldiers' and Sailors'
Convention, is entirely reliable :
Chicago, May ll, 1SGS.
Editors Transcript :
This is a big town and rapidly in
creasing in size. The change in its ap
pearance within the last thirteen years,
is radically apparent. Then the build
. . ... ii it i .......
inns Vi ore iiciieiunv snmn mm unv , m ,
in the business portions of the city
large blocks, four and live stories high, Losson f
covering whole squares, stand in their
places. Everything looks prosperous
and thrifty hero in a fair day. When
it has been raining and the fogs settle,'
n Highlander would wish himself some
dlso. Hut in suite of rain and
lows this is bound to be the great com
ninnfiinl center of the west, and for the
time being the center of political attrae
Hon. The city authorities here, aided
hv ii irtuH'i'ous Decide, are doing all in
their power to mice the slay of the dele
gates to the National .Republican and
Soldiers' and Sailors' National Convcn
limiH both nleasant andprolUable. The
hospitalities of the city have been ex
tended to both by the City Council, and
'nealh sunnv skies wo are enjoying a
huge old time.
The city is densely crowded, and the
sidewalks arc tilled witli footmen from
morning to night, mostly of the "male
pursuasion :" any one would not judge
there -was much occasion for applying
for divorces here now.
Gen. Stephen Thomas, and a number
of Vermonters, are stopping at St.
James Hotel on Stale street. This
house is centrally located in the bus!
n ess part of the city, near by City Hall,
and adjoining the far famed "Crosby
Onora House." Messrs. Holmes and
Jenkins are the gentlemanly propric
tors of the Hotel, and with Mr. K. N.
Eastman, formerly of Topsbam, Ver
mont. one of the clerks of the house
Vermoiitcrs find it peculiarly an onjoy
able stopping place. The house is large
and new, with all the popular appoint
ments of a first class house without any
manifestation on the part ot tho pro-
Driotors to exact from a truest his last
dime a traveler at this house would
have no idea of composing verses
"Some keep hotel just for a show" &e,
because the tables are furnished with
something for a man to cat.
I have just returned from the Soldiers'
and Sailors' National Convention which
has been convenied at "Turner's
Hall" on Clnrl;
best of the day: very pointed, decided
and clothed in the choicest language.
-V Committee of one from each delega
tion was elected on the permanent or
ganization of tho Convention, who pre
sented the name of Gen. Logan for
President of the Convention, and one
Vlcel'iesident and Secretary from each
Slate. From Vermont, Lt. Col. W. W.
Grut, was placed upon the Committee
of Organization. Gen. Thomas elected
one of tho Vice Presidents, and Sergl.
Henry C. Congdon, Secretary. Gen.
Logan, on being elected, madea lengthy
speech, which was frequently inter
rupted with tremendous cheering and
at the close begged leave to be excused
from serving the Convention as lis Pres
ident, and nominated Gen. Fairehild.
Gen. Logan's wish was complied with
in a unanimous vote of the Convention.
In this action of Gen Logan lie exhibit
ed the generosity of a true soldier.
Other speeches wore madorduring the
the Convention by Gen.
Franklin County Medieaf Soeie.ty. j NEW KADXESS STRSS,
Sickles, Gov. Hawlcy, Gen. Cochrane
and others, and great enthusiasm pre
vailed throughout. Every thing per
taining to tho Convention was entirely
harmonious. Resolutions recommend
ing the nomination of Gen. Grant, were
enthusiastically adopted. Resolutions
censuring the recreant seven Senators j
were adopted without a dissenting voice.
Gen. Grant's father was present, and
was taken forward to the stand to make
a speech. The speech was good for one
evidently unaccustomed to public speak
ing, but the happiest hit was made by
some one in the Convention, in response
lo a remark of his when he said "lie did
not know what ho had done," and be
fore lie had finished his sentence "you
got a son" called for a tempestof cheers.
A Mass Meeting is to bo held this eve
ning at Court House Square, when Gen.
Stannard, of Vermont, among many
others, arc advertised to speak. There
is but one opinion in Chicago in re
lation to who will bo the nominee for
President to-morrow there will not be
a dissenting voice to Gen. Grant. There
are doubts about who will bo nominated
Vice President, but whoever the man
is, one thing is certain, lie will be a man
of no doubtful principles.
The annual meeting of this Society
wan hold at "Wright's Hotel, Sheldon,
May 12th. The following officers were
elected for the year ensuing, viz: G.
V. Hriggs, M. D. Piesldent; R. CM.
Woodard, Vice President; J. O. Cram
Dr. R. Sherwood, of East Fairfield,
nndcDr. S. S. "vVilbour, of Montgomery,
were admitted members. Drs. H ranch,
Woodward and Hutchinson weronppoin
ted Committee to present subjects for
Pyemic Poison were presented and
elicited an earnest discussion.
Dr. Prown, the retiring President,
read a paper upon "Professional Eti
quette." The suggestions contained in
it arc worthy the imitation ot every
Drs. Craniton and Rrown, each repor
ted a case of much interest.
Dr. Sherwood made some intelligent
remarks upon the absorption of poison
ous matter into the system, upon the
case reported by Dr. C, which were j
followed by Drs. Bartlelte, Branch and
Dr. Hutchinson, was instructed to pre
pare and read a paper respecting the
dcatli of Dr. Fuller, of 'Montgomery,
t the next meeting.
The Vice President was instructed to
prepare a paper upon some medical sub
ject to bo lead at the semi-annual mcot-
The President was instructed to read
paper at the next annual meeting.
After an intelligent interchange of
deas from many of the Physicians in
e County, tho Society adjourned to
Opposite .Store of M.ixe V l'laco in building
formerly occupied by S. S. A .7. A. ltedard. La
dies will llnil hero a complete; and cliolco utwoit
meat, of l'liiuiy Pry
market, nucli as
goods jitsl received from
Bl'GOWiUSr &L ROWN,!PAXVEXy GROCERIES.
S'A DDLEltY, (JAtiltlA UK,
Fringes all colors,
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencionos and Thread Lace
A nico lino of French Cambrics anil Fancy
Lawns. Anew Kid Glow which siii-nasaes any.
thine vet brought into thin market, and mtr-
ranted. All of which will be bold at reasonable
prices. Ladies will Hud it to their advantage to
call and examine for themselves.
Dress and Cloak making in all its varieties,
under the skillful supervision of M!hs Ellen
Moore, long and favorably known to tho inhabi
tants of this village and vlcinitv.
1-d-lb Ii. 1 KlMProx.
Wo have tho largest and best nHsni-leil tnrl nf
goods of every description, in the abovo line, to
bo found in tho State. As .-gents for tho largest
Pelting bactonos, wo keep a supply of
Of all sizes on hand. Wo oiler a full and com
plete assortment of
Carriayn and IlariuM Makers' Supplies
Messrs. ScoMd & Vincent,
LAKE STREET, ST. ALBANS,
Constantly keep on hand a frcslt ii '
ply of tho best
if: i. - Slip-
Constitutional, Amendment. The
following proposed amendment to the
Constitution of the United Stales re
cently introduced into Congre;-s by Mr
Cobb, of Wisconsin, is now bein;
considered by the Judiciary Committee.
Be it resolved by the Senate and House
oj Representatives in Congress assemb
led, That uiioii the ratification of this
amendment by three-fourths of the States
represented in uongrcps, the olliocrs ot
all and eaeli of the iudjxes of the Su
nreme, Circuit and District Courts of
the United States who shall have held
their oilices respectively for eight years,
or who shall hold their oilices for such
term either before or after such ratiiiea
tion, shall become vacant.
hue. 'J. And be it further resolved.
on (JlnrK street, wnicn is one oi u inn uic cunaio aim jiouso oi itopres-
the largest in the citv. You willproba- "natives oi tlie United States, m joint
bly receive the proceedings of the Con
vnntion before tills reaches you, but I
will endeavour to give you something of
an abstract of the same. The column
was formed at Court House Square, and
commenced moving about 11 o'clock, a.
m. Tho Wisconsin war eagle, " Abe,"
which has already become historical,
moved at the head of the column, with
the delegation from Wisconsin. The
Great Western Light Guard Band was
in line and discoursedNalional and Pat
riotic airs as of old. The streets; echoed
with the singing of the various delega
tions of "Pally round tho Hag boys,"
"John Brown's knapsack," "Tramp,
tramp, tramp," etc., while the Iowa del
egation had copy-righted and sang lust
ily, "OldGrinies is dead." The opinion
gains favor hero that the Iowa boys
sang truly. The procession was formed
in the following order: Wisconsin
witli 200 veterans occupied the right
then came Iowa with 104, little Dela
ware with 12, Michigan with 140, Penn
sylvania with 75, Maine with 28, Ala
bama and Mississippi with 50, Ver
mont with 42, New York with 200, New
Jersey with 00, District of Columbia
with 20. Maryland with 20, Kentucky
with 50. Indiana with 150, Ohio with
275, Massachusetts with 25, Missour
with 100, Tennessee with 25, Louisiana
with 25, and the whole vast line was
kept closed up by 300 soldiers from Illi
nois. Every delegation had its Mar
shals and Ass'l. Marshals, and- Major
Generals in tho army walked side by
side witli those who were privates in
tho rear rani;. Col. S. E. Pingreo Mar
(dialed the Vermont delegation, and
Capt. John W Clark, of Montpelier,
was Ass't. Marshal.
The large hall was densely packed,
tickets of admission being issued to large
numbers who did not belong to the dele
gatious, but were present lrom various
States in Chicago. As Gens. Logan and
Sickles came in cheer upon cheer with
tiger supplements mado the old hall
ring, and by tho way those old soldiers
knoAV how to cheer, when they take a
The Convention was called to order at
about 12 o'clock by Maj. W. S. Morse,
and opened by prayer from Gen. Fallow,
tho soldiers' preachor of Wisconsin
Gen. Lucius Earchild, of 'Wisconsin, a
ono armed soldier was subsequently
elected temporary President of tho Con
lion, and took his station amid thunders
of cheers. His speech was ono of tho
convention assembled, shall elect all
judges of the Supreme Court of the
United Stales after the passage of the
amendment, and Comrrcss shall pros
eribe by law by what mode 'nidges of
United States aim Territories shall be
appointed or elected.
Tins CiiL'iicir .Touhnal.TIio New
York Snn has the following concerning
The Church Journal of this city, Inn
ing become the property oi Messrs
Houghton & Co., will henceforth be th
organ of that body of Episcopalians
comprising the majority of the denomi
nation in tins country, wiio pursue in
t neology a conservative couise, niclin
ing neither to the views of I lie ultr
lUtualist, on the one hand, nor to Hume
entertained by the extreme Low Church
party, on the other. The numbers pub
lislicd under the now management ar
ibty edited, and indicate that tiie Jour
nut will be free from personalities, and
win commend itsen to gentlemen
Dr. Poland S. Houghton, one of tho
publishers, is a son of Abel Houghton
Esq.,of St. Albans, and has had, for sev
oral years past, the business manage
mont of tho paper.
Elilni H. Huntington,
HlTCl'-SSOll TO A. 11.
ASKS attention to the following partial list of
articles, which I w ill sell at the lowest rates
bold its next meeting at Jed. P. Clark's
Hotel, Highgato Fulls, the second Tues
day in September.
J 'op u lai' Ft ill t t vies.
That you can receive ono dollara day,
spend two, and get rich.
mat to do a man a lavor and men re
fuse another, won'tniakc him twice as
mad as n you nad reiused mm atnrst.
Hint when a man presents you a
hound pup the gift will cost you polli
That when you buy on credit, know-
ng very well that you will not be able
to pay, it is not stealing.
J hat next year the taxes are to bo
rhat every other man is bound to die
l hat it you have a good cause in love,
war or law, pitch in You arc bound to
That you can play draw poker and
lose just so much and no more.
lhat there is one way, Known only to
yourself, lo break a faro bank.
'..That when you buy a horse, ho will
be certain to turn out as represented.
That when you undertake to sell one,
you are not going to lie about his quali
Phut if you always say what you think,
you will win the regard of the entire
Howard, Trcmoi t, Milhose, and all the dillbr
ent grades of Walthain, National, and Unit
ed States Co's Watches. A largo assort
ment of fluid and Silver American
Cases, of the best styles. Also,
Gold and Silver Swiss Watches.
Ladies' Gold Hunting Watches, American and
Swiss. Tho latest and host patterns of (told,
Plated and Silver Chains, Fine Hold and
Plated Jewelry of all descriptions. A
splendid assortment of Ladies'
FXXOS GOLD SETS,
Ktruscan, Coral, Garnet, &u., Ac. Gentlemens'
Pius, Masonic Pins and Pings. Diamond,
Emerald, Puby, Aniotliyste, Pearl and
Garnet Pinner ltiiifis, 18 Kt. Plain
liings, Gold Pracelets, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks,
Kxtra and Treblo Plate. Tea sets. Castors, Cake
nasKets, ases, Ac, iVe. (Join bilvor Spoons,
Thinimes, ,ve. A very largo stock ot
Gold and Steel Spectacles, every pair
sold warranted to suit. Pocket
Knives, Shears and Scissors of the 1st ipiality.
I shall receive irom day to day new stvles of
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which 1 will
aell at tho lowest market rates.
J03 Watch repairiuir and engraving done
i)i:Ai,i:it is am, kinds or
First Class Groceries ! i
DAliltOW lil.OCK, ST. AM1ANS, VT.
Consisting in pait of
And are constantly receiving consignments of a
superior artlclu of Oak and Hemlock Harness
Leather, Patent Collar and llusnel, Grain and
Split Sknting and Winker. Hard and soft Dash,
Lnnameled Oil Top and
Q It A IN BOOT L E A THEE.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which we offer at a low cash figure,
McGOWAN & 13POWX,
.1. rnoniiMiiiAM st iiowax, I St. Albans, Vt.
(ii.onor. w. miowx.
Of dine lent pattern:.
Flour, Grain, Feods
Butter, Pork;, Fish,
And indeed an assortment puinitstluw of articles
too numerous to mention, hut all such as am
needed for family vaii!, and at tho most reasona-
mo prices. i;aa nwi Diamine our stock am
prices, aiid satisfy yourselves.
SCOFIEL1) .1- VtNOF.KT.
St, Albans, May 12. dl-tf
WARD 4 iSSURJSmS,
Healers in alll kinds of
(x B O C ERIE 8
LAKH ST., ST. ALHANS,
First door above the St. Albanu House, keen
constantly on hand a full assortment of
FURN ITU R E pamiiy groceries:
Of all kinds, just lecciv'ed, at
II. LIVINGSTON A- SONV
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE !
rpHK subscriber offers for sale to tho pooplo of
X St. Albans, Franklin County and Vicinity, u
very wen selected sioeu ot cnoico
Drugs, ftheinicals, Resiiioids &c.
rei'iunieries aim j'anev articles generally sucli
as aro Kept m a nrst class uity urug store.
J'A TENT MEDJVrNES.
UAIU PKSTOKEItS. -Mrs. Allen's.
Ping's, Martini Washington, Webster's,
ing's, Parrett's, Shcdd's, Mexican Ac, Ac
Of all kinds;
And all sorts of articles usually kepi in business
of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all
kinds of country Produce.
GIVE US A CALL.
"Their Hour of Beauty."
If tho perfect moral creature is ever to
uo lormed witliin us, it is lormetl early.
lt exists at twenty in all its liitcimty
and nil its grace. Then, if at all, we
boar within us our Plutarchian hero,
our Alexander. Subsequently wo eonio
too olton to survive our licro. in pro
portion as ho develops and is displayed
ijcloro tlie eyes ot otnors, no actually
loses. Wlien tlie world bourns to ap
preciate him lie is already detcrioratint'.
Sometimes (horrible thought!) he has
already ceased to be. Frankness, self
sacrifice, fidelity, courage these keep
their old names, but scarcely deserve
tiieni. PJacli soul in its progress incurs
all the stains, undergoes all the waste, of
winch it is capable. "AH men," says
the noble and charitable Vauvonargues.
"are born truthful, and die deceitful,''
It might have sulllccd him lor the ex
pression of his bitter thought to say,
"thev die undeceived." At all events,
even with the best of us, the result of
what is called progress in Ule is very in
ferior to the pristine ideal realized in
some moment of our youth. We arc for
tunate. therefore, whenever wo can dis
cover original likenesses of those who
aro foreordained to fame ; when some
unforeseen chance reveals them to us
exactly as they wore at tho chosen and
iniiMiin ninninnl nf. flinil Llricjcntll i 11 ir
"their hour of beauty," as tho Greeks Fancy
used to say. in all the rest 01 our view
of them there must bo more or less of
anachronism. Saint Beuvo's Portraits
ot celebrated women.
Ac. , ifcc.
HAT AND CAP STORE,
SOUTH J1AIN STREET
pied keeps constantly
full bupply of
on hand a
HATS, CAES, EUIIS,
GLOVES AND MITTENS,
And an assortment of Gent's Furnishinc woods
in his lino of trade equal to any in style rud
ex 'olleneo of goods, and at reasonable prices.
lie lias every thing in tlio Hat line, lrom eoni-
mon straw 10 too last siyiu oi sim jiai, sum i-uii
Ci. P. SMITH.
St. Albans, Vt. May V, 18G3. 1-d-tb
GOODS AT ONE DOLLAR,
Such as pure spices, Cream Tartar, Soda, Mus
tard, Soaps, Flavoring Extracts, Faiina, Corn
Starch, beaten Grits, Ac.
l'reser'nt'tons Carefully J'repar:d
And Druggists' and Fhweians' orders solicited.
This store will not he uudorsold by any on goods
of tho same quality, but will sustain, at all
events, its reputation for cheapness and relia
bility, and in all cases we shall bo happy to re
ceive our customers, and wait on fhcin with
uroner care and attention.
nr. a. m. riant, late oi .iuuioii, win uu pieasca
to receive an ins menus ami acquaintances.
ST. ALBANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
Puro Liquors constantly on hand for Medicinal
S. lt. DAY, Agent.
WAUD .V UUltNKH.
MORTON & PERCY!
Having bought of G. W. lllodgett his new and
entire stock ot
WllOI.l'.SALi; ANIl ltliTAlTj DKAI.Ell IN
the public that they
; liought in Frank-
1 11 ON,
Foreign and Domestic Manufacturers'
for tho salo ot
Feel satisfied in saving to
can sell goods as low as can bo I
tin County. All wo ask is to have customers
coiuo in, and satisfy themselves, before pur
chasing elsewhere Wo havo, and aro receiving,
all tnc now styles lrom niaiKct, consisting 01
Uniquk Aivehtisi:mi:nts. Tho ad
vertising columns of the New York
Sun are so crowded that Mr. Dana lias
been obliged to find room for the follow
ing anion"; his editorial items. "Gen
tlemen who aro in tlie heavy political
business will do well to take notice that
no oilier paper can compare witli Tho
Sun for advertising in their line."
IShOJAJTION OF COPAPTXKltSHIP. -The
llrm of Ciusi: it Gui:em:v is dissolved on
account of tho disgust of the junior partner,
and because the members of the firm aro about
to travel in opposite directions. Tho business
will be continued by Uiiunuiv iV Oiunt: while
S. P. Chasu will hereafter bo associated with
William H. Si;wau, formerly tho head oi the
house of SiiWAim, Wlku it Gr.iiLi.EV.
W LET CHEAP A Iloj.n is Tin: Hlavuxs,
bounded as fol'owa : lScginulni: at Point
Jso Point, and ending on tho opposite side; de
scribed in the impeachment speech of tho Hon.
Gr-oitui; S. Poutwell, but more particularly sot
forth and shown ui in tho reply of William M.
Evahts, Esq. It is an elevated Mid airy situa
tion, and was designed ib a summer residence,
for Andrew Johnson, who has concluded to re
main m tho Wluto lloubo. i'liero arc no near
milEATlUCAL. Notici; to Manaqkhs. -JL
Managers of Impeachment ilnd tho
best Article tho only ono that will hold water
that furnished by 'J'iiaudi'.us Sxnvuss.
TTflLL NOT MOVE IN MAY, Tho Hon
T lien Wado lias concluded not to niovo
into tho Wliita House duriiiL' tho present mon h
of May, Ho will not take the oath of oftico, but
tnat will not prevent ins taiong Hovorai otnt-r
fiSrllavo you seen Primus Chromo?
"Old Oaken Bucket," "Falconer mid
At an equal price of
New England Expiikss Company,
Tho Rutland Herald thus speaks of
Tills company is organized and will
go into business as soon as five hundred
thousand dollars ot its stock is subscrib
ed for. It is intended to extend over all
tho railroadlincs of New Englaiuhvliero
the business men feel suflloiont interest
in'it to taken proper proportion of tho
stock. Its object is to reduce rates of
carriage to a reasonable compensation
lor mo wonc done and nsKs incurred,
The host business men of New England
aro interested in it and it will bo a suc
cess. Tho trustees already designated
and elected in tins state aro
lion. John IIowo of Brandon, II. F,
Orvls, Esq., proprietor of tho Equinox
iiouso, luanoncsicr, and J. w. liiiis.
iirsti., oi xuontpoiier. Burlington is in
terested in having tho express run there
and tlie business community should en
courage sucn an enterprise uy an means.
Among tho Now England trustees wo
snouid also mention tlio names ot cx-
Gov. Suiythe of Now Hampshire and
Joiin is. Tint oi jioston.
that tho N. Y
-Tho Tribune nays
For each article. Our guods aro all sr.w and ot
lirst class quality, direct from tlio Manu
facturers. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL! !
Quarterly Circular, May 1st just published.
U7T Agents wanted every where, and satistac-
tion Kurantecd in all cases. Greater induce
ments than over. AgentB can easily make j2j to
$100 per week. Circulars seal treo to any ad
dress. CHAS. LETTS it CO,
iH)-i:m Manufacturers' Agents,
01 and G Federal Street, lloston, Mass.
OF SEIZUHE AND HALE. Tho
nr described property was seized
by Officers of tho Customs for violation ot tho
ltovonuo Laws of tho United States, viz:
At Highgato, May 11, 1808 Steers, 1 Colt.
Said property will bo sold at public auction at
tho Custom Houso. Highgato, Vt., on Monday,
May 25th, 1808, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Collector of Customs.
Custom Houso, District of Vermont, Collec
tor's Office, Uurhngton, 10th May, 1808. d3-lw
T C. I.KAVI3XS, rsucccssor to II. II. llow-
AJ. nian.1 Flour and Grain Morchant. Choico
brands of Flour alwavs on hand at low prices.
St. Albans, May 13," 1808. 3d-tf
H Alll) WARE
C A 11 111 AGE
BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST.
St. Albans, May 14. 1808. d3-tf
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Of endless varieties, and a largo and well selected
Boots and Shoes, Rubber Coats
'., i. ..t..,. iiiui HA1U5. A moasa iliv locaiou rcsiuciieo
jchil uv.-mua uiuuiim- p in K. .,.,- ,..m. - .... twl. of
paiirn in a characteristic manner. Its hand, as mav ho desired. Twelve- cood rooms,
celler, cistern, excellent won or water, uouso
liai-ii twinvll- lituv At-mln iw.n nlnm. and
rather in favor of tho Republican ticket, ehen-v trees, mrilv in beariiiL-. of best varieties.
and its second editorial is airainst it. Als0 Krapo.viuos, "etc. Tho cheapest placo hi
-r i. im ii m. town at tno pneo asKou, xerms very easy.
Just liko tho Times. f00 further Darticulars. ennuiro nt tho Than-
sciiii-T Ofllco. 215-tb'
VEUY Stuangu ! President Johnson
don't like tho Chicago platform.
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAND
Aro prepared to furnish tnuhio for
And on other occasions where Pand and String
Music is required.
Orders addressed to
GEORGE E. KINSIlEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Treinont Houso, will receive prom pt at
Persons desirinir tho services of this Hand on
tho 4th of July, should hand in their bida boloro
tlio lUth of June. Ui-ii
Which wo will soil low for cash, Wo havo tho
largost assortment ot
HATS AND CAPS
To bo found in Northern Vermont. If you don t
uehovo it, call and seo for yourselves, uur
Clothing is New and Desirable, consisting of
VJT KINDS, you will find at
FUltNISIIING GOODS OF ALL
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
Wo havo a few Winter Over Coats left, that
tvo will sell at a big discount from cost, for cash.
Ueiuenibcr tho placo, Two doors West of tho
American House, Lalto Street.
MOHTON .V PEltCY.
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