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VIKKMOjSTT TIA3SrSClIPT, JUN.Iil 16, 1868.
Vermont Daily Transcript,
TUKSDAY, J ONI! 10, 1803.
The Cluine Movement.
From all tho paiioro which ronio to
our table, and from all parts of the coun
try, wu inithcr the newa which convin
ces U8 that the curious) political trans
formation which kocm uniler the
naniu of " the C'haMc Movement" is ex
tensive, gathering earnest ne.-s, and
whether destined to he hucco.-hI'uI for
Sir. Chaso or not, destined to he an ele
vating Inlluence in party politics. Mr.
Chase, undoubtedly wants to he Tre-d-
Hldent. No one that learns ha failed
to leain that. The Democratic party
wants a candidate as much as Chase
wants to be one. Hut It cannot llnd one
in its own ranks, who has not some fault
which makes him practically valueless;
for men must he run, like horses, towin,
and with a hope of winning.
Hut Mr. Chase and the Democratic
party were not brought up and schooled
together, and some formalities are neces
sary, of an introducing nature, before
they can become intimate before (hey
become one ilesh. Mr. Chase is willing,
under certain conditions, to wed Demo
cracy: He wisliea ins property m linpai
tlal'sun'rage settled upon the parly he
espouses. The party may take, and
with commendable blushes and hesita
tions seems disposed to accept Mr.
Chase's" proposals. Mr. Pendleton is
more of the Democratic family
way of thinking, and is a rival. But
Chase Is "very hard cash," which even
the "West has endorsed as desirable, and
the parents of the bride look well to the
" proprieties." .We think it quite prob
able that the banns between Chase and
the Democracy will be publised at New
York about the 4th of July. In con
templating (his curious wooing one is
reminded of (ho funeral scene in
Shakespeare's play, where thc Hunch
back, Richard, Duke of Gloucester,
wooes the widow of the royal broth
er he bad killed, even while she follows
the corpse tothe grave ; and of li is solil
oquy afterwards j
"Was ever woman in audi humor wooed ?
Was over woman in such humor won V
I'll havo her, hut I'll not keep her long !
What, I. that did kill her husband,
To lake her in her heart's cxtrement hate,
The bleeding witness of thomimloi- by 1"
There is no anology about this, of
course, except in thought; and uninter
ested spectators should not gossip. Hut
But no spectator is uninterested, and
none should be. This is a ease in which
no harm can be done to the party by a
wedding, and some good may result. Jf
the Democratic party accepts Mr.. Chase
on his own grounds, we may think
what we must of the past intrigues of
the bride, but we cannot help hoping
that there is reformation ; and reforma
tion is everything. Tn parties, which
are entagonistic in action, watchful to
profit by errors in policy or principle, a
lifting of the lowest is full of hope for
tho people, for it compels a lifting of the
highest an increased care and thought
for the interests of the people. Perhaps
Sir. Chase in his ambition recognizes
this ; for when asked by a Republican if
lie would accept, on any terms, a Demo
cratic nomination, the Brooklyn Union
says ho answered as follows :
"If they would accept of my prinei
1Um as their platform, J would, I shall
not give up my doctrine of equal rights.
They must take that. I shall hold to
the reconstruction measures: they are
right and constitutional. 1 drew up the
bill the second one though 1 did not
have in the military. J would have
managed the all'airs with civilian olll
cers, and called in the military as they
were neeucu. i i count get mom to m
dorse these principles, that would settle
As a matter of interest to the readers
of the Tjiansckii'T wo give below an
apportionment of delegates to the Be
publican State Convention which meets
at Rutland on tho 1st of July :
Grand Isle County is intitled iojlvc
delegates, one to each town,
Lamoille County to thirteen delegates
Hyde Park, Morristown and Stowo
each : the other towns 1 each.
Frandin County .twenty-two delegates
St. Albans, 4 ; JCnosburgh, Fairfax
JLlIgugate, Rlciuord, fewanton, eacn
other towns 1 each.
Caledonia Count) 12 dclcaatce.St
.Johnsbury 4; llardwiek, Lyndon
Pen chum, - each ; other towns l each.
Chittenden County, US.- Burlington, 4
Bolton, Shclburn, South Burlington
St. George, Underhill, Westlord, J each
tho other towns 2 each.
Orleans County, .-"Charleston, New
port, - eacn ; otner towns i eacn.
Essex County, 12. All the towns
Addison County, 23. Middlebury
Monkton, 2 each ; other towns 1 each.
Eennlngton County' 2S. Bennington
Hi ; Manchester ; Arlington, Dorset,
Pownul, Shaftsbury, 2 each; other towns
Orange County, 23. Randolph 3 ;
Bradford, Chelsea. Corinth, Newbury,
.Strnilbrd, Tlictfonl, 2 each; other towns
Midland County, !i0. Rutland 6: Bran
don 3; Castleton, Fairhaven, Pawlet
Pottltney, Wallingford, 2 each ; other
town 1 each,
Washington County, 24. Northlleld
fl ; Barre, Montpellcr and Wnterbury 2
xmoh ; tho other towns each,
Windluim County, 80. Brattjeboro 3 ;
Grafton, Londonderry, Putney, Rock
ingham, Townshend, 'i each ; other
towns J each,
Windsor County, 38, Springfield,
Woodstock, 3 each; Barnard, Caven
dish, Chester, Hartford, Ludlow, Nor
wich, Rochester, Royalton, Weston,
Windsor, 2 each; other towns 1 each..
Qui' Southern CovrcsptmdcHn:
AotlOSTA, On., .Tunc 10, 18GS.
Editors of the Vrumcript : i
Trade Is dull In this city and vicinity ,
just now. In fact' nearly everything is
dull, except polities. Political all'airs
are in a moderate state of fermentation.
ICvcryhody seems aroused to an appro- !
elation of the niagnitude of the present
Presidential campaign. The approach
ing National Democratic Convention to
be held in New York Is receiving partic
ular attention now. The various rail-
roads are making
which delegates to
arrangements for I
will be carried for one fare that is, full
fare Jo Now York and return free. The
Chronicle anil .SV ntinct of this city says
that "whether the Southern votes are to
lie counted or not, the people of the
South are deeply Interested in the issue
perhaps more so (ban their bretheren
or the North or West." Thisjpapor fur
ther declares the probable hearty ac
quiescence of the Democrats of the
North in the platform adopted, and the
support of their candidates. It then
adds: "We have already expressed our
own preference for Mr. Pendleton.
This preference is based both upon prin
ciple and availability. We believe him
to be the strongest man of any party In
the West, and that the Middle and
Eastern Democracy would rally to his
support with a great deal of zeal and en
thusiasm. The only reason which we
ave seen urged why ills nomination
might not he popular in tne Aimuicor
Eastern States is that his views in re
gard to (lie finances of the country are
supposed to bo in opposition to the in
terests of those sections. To this there
are two Milllcient answers. First, Mr.
Pendleton's views have been misrepre
sented. When they are fully explained
and made known it will bo seen that
there is no real antagonism between
him and the gentlemen who are sup
posed to be more popular in the East.
Sedond, admitting that some of Mr.
Pendleton's financial opinions may not
be in accord with a certain classot'Dcm-
ocrats in (lie Middle and Eastern States,
such difierences could not possibly in
jure him in the approaching canvass, be
ause the leading lights of (ho Republi
can parry .siierman, junior, btevens
and others, occupy tho samo, or, per
haps, more extreme views on those very
issues. Further than this, the Chicago
platform itself speaks with very uncer
tain sound upon this question. Wc be
lieve that Mr. Pendleton is the first
choice of nine-tenths of tho Georgia
Democracy. We have recently received
letters and conversed with leading gen
tlemon living in the several sections of
the State, who all agree that the nomi
nation ot Mr. Pentlleton woulu give
more general satisfaction and arouse
more enthusiasm among our people
than that of any other man." The
same paper then expresses a preference
for Adams as tho candidate for the Vice
Presidency. There cm be but little
doubt lliattbe declarations given above
really express the opinions of very many
of tho prominent Democratic leaders in
this State. But tho action of tho Con
volition will bo accepted, oven if Salmon
Chase bo chosen as the standard-bear
er of the party. The Constitutionalist
says: "Tho choice of the Now York
Convention will, perforce, bo tho choice
of the South ; but, while that choice is
still open to debate, we avow our prefer
ence for the Man of tho Constitution
rather than the Man of the Bayonet or
the Boiler of tho Ermine. We are bold
enough to believe that not only is Mr.
Pendleton tho choice of Georgia but
likewise the choice of all men in the
United States who hate the oppression
of the sword and the unequal despotism
of tho tax-gatherer. Ifa better man can
bo found, may the laurel be his ; but,
biding the time and the man, wo en
dorse Mr. Pendleton as best, purest, and
most available." It will thus be seen
that the grand pressu c brought to bear
upon tho people in favor of Mr. Pendlo-
tcon is very strong, and it would bo a
matter of little surprise if the State
should not bo instructed to support him
Tho employees of tho Western and
Atlantic Railroad recently presented to
tho superintendent of tho road, Major
C. AVallace, a beautiful walking stick
wli ich is quite notoworthy. Its cost
Tho freight business on tho Georgia
Railroad is very good this season, the
shipments of provisions, nspec-jnlly, be
ing larger than they havo boon for
l'orty-lour negroes wero baptized in
the Savannah river, near Marburg St
on Sunday last.
It is reported that a man named
Ilofi'orman, wfio kept a house of bad re
puto, had his throat cut on Sunday last
by a man named lUurniiy, whom
a man named Murpny, whom no
Tho printers are making extonslvo
prepaiutions l'or a pic-nio on the 4th of
July. Father Byan, of the Banner of
the South, will thou deliver an address.
There is some demand for cotton. On
Monday, 120 bales of middling were sold
at U7 cents. The corn market is firm.
Tho stock of cocoa Is light.
Wn let our Augusta correspondent 1
have his say, without, however, in tho '
least coinciding with his viows, which
aro inforentiallydrawn by hisquotations
from Southern papers. "IJpllis" evi
dently is of tho Pendleton Strlpo, am i
ho thjnks all Georgia is for Pendleton. !
'c of' Hon.
Kelt it if to-
T. B. Peterson fe Brothers, No. noil
Chesnut Street Phlladolphl, have In
press and will publish in a few days,
"The Life of Hon. Schuyler Colfax,''
written by Rev. A. V. Moore, of South
Bend, Tudiana, who was twelve years,
as pastor and friend, in the entire con
fidence of Mr. Colfax, and had access to
the files of the paper published by Mr.
Colfax for twenty years, and to the Con
gressional (Hobo ; knows all his past
history and all who have known him
from boyhood. He began this biography
two or t nice years ago, so that it is not
"ie t' the hurried and ephemeral publi
cations so common in election years. !
Mr. Moore is a gentleman of fine talent i
uid culture, and there is no doubt but
that his biography of Mr. Colfax will be
worthy of its distinguished subject
The following letter from Mr. Colfax,
to Rev, A. Y. Moore will explain it
self: Washington, D.C., May .".0, 1K0S.
" My Dear Mr. Moore:
" As your prediction of a vear ago litis
been realized, 1 have no further objeo-1
Set yofut :
nave prepared, as you were lor a dozen i
rjJZ "ZTT'""1? I"! n,V' "!
much about my history as tho public
would care aiiout Knowing ; and ai-
1 I -1 - !...- .1... !.. . I I
UlOUgll 1II,V IMlglll.-Mlllg llllllUM Ill'lU iCUVU
me no uiuo urieviijo uie manuscript, r
Have no tear tnat your work will not lie
a faithful one.
" ours, very truly
" SctlUYLim Colil'A.V.
" Rev. A. Y. Moore. 1
South Bend, Indiana." J
It will he published in a largo duode
cimo volume of five hundred pages,
printed from large type, and on tho
finest nun nest ol wime paper, with a
portrait, on steel, of Mir. Colfax, execut
ed by one of tho first artists in the coun
try, from photographs taken of Mr.
Colltix taKcn wnnin tne last- week ; tlie
whole bound in cloth in the most sub
stantial manner. Price Si .50 a cony.
Canvassers wanted everywhere. Largo
discounts given. Copies will be sent
to any one, at once, post-naid, on re
ceipt of price, by tho Publishers.
Custom Mattkiss on tiik lito.v
TiEii. Under this head tho Rutland
Herald speaks of tho custom house hero
and its management as follows:
Moses F. Chase, Esq., of St. Albans,
wlui Iimh tin- lil.Mlini'onii'nt. nf flin f!n-
tom House tit that place, one of the most
important, by tno way, on the whole
frontier, is a diligent and thorough ofii
cer. His ellbrts for several years have
been under Con. Stannard's instructions,
to prevent all smuggling, largo ami
small, by which in the aggregate the
government lias been neretoloro delraud
cd out of an immense amount of rove
Tho Herald then notes the case of the
three German Jews arrested and held
for trial her.e a few days ago, for being
engaged, as it appeared, in a systematic
eflbrt to smuggle silks, and adds :
We would not give duo prominence
to tins series ol trials lor what are com
nionly treated as venial ofiemcs, nor to
the diligence and uncompromising spirit
wnicn brooKs no tampering Willi tno
revenue laws. Wo allude to tho matter
simply to commend the Avhole proceed
ing, and suggest that the press sustain,
thoroughly and systematically, all ef
forts made by tho customs ofiicers and
U. S. Commissioners to compel till per
sons, Jews and Gentiles, to obey the
existing laws, which are wholesome and
necessary for tho protection of our com
merce, and to enable tlie government to
bo carried on without onerously taxing
tne laboring and agricultural classes.
All, without distinction, arc interested
in compelling a proper respect to the
laws, overyone'fullilling tlie duty which
the government has necessarily imposed
upon its citizens.
The Fkxians. Tho Montreal JSreivs
of Monday morning says :
Wo have the best, reasons for stating,
as the result of caieful enquiries along
tho frontier lino, that thorp need not bo
the slightest apprehension of a Fenian
movement this summer. The recent
telegrams from St. Albans and Ikill'alo,
published in the Opposition Globe and
in tho Conservative (?) Gazette, are
proved to havo been utterly baseless,
and although the military authorities
are fully prepared and will continue on
tho qui vivc for sonic time to come, they
are very decided in their opinion that
tlioro win bo no attempt at a raid.
Tho following despatch from Both
well appears in the Arews of tho same
Ave have just learned that a party of
volunteers belonging to Wardsville. On
tario, on tlioir way homo from drill,
wero attacked last night by a party of
men, supposed to be Fenians. Tlie vol
unteers wore very badly beaten, and one
oi incm is not expected to live. An at
tempt was njado, later in tho night, to
brealc open tho drill shed and got the
arms belonging to tho volunteer com
pany. Tho inhabitants are in search of
One-half of tho now tax bill has been
disposed of. and its friends expect that
It will be finished in committee of tho
whole in about a week longer.
CSyilavo you seen Prangs Cliromo?
urn uaicon Jjucicct," "l'aiconer and
Bride," at 11. Livingston & Sons.
hVi derided by tho N. II. Stata ralrt
and li now conceded bv iko nubllo to be 1
tueieryucu rronarauon lur jicucnua;
l uray or laueu liair 10 lit original ooior
I promoting Ita tiro, tt, eradicating IIu.
mors and DandruU, and for Dressing i
k and lieautlfjlng tho Hair. UUfrco
irotu iioihoiious uruira. uoei uol .
atain tho lmrtt fabric, and
lemca tno tocalp CLEAN, x.t,
iuo nair lEiiu, auu
R. BARRETT & CO,, Propdotou,
MAS01ICSTE11, N. II.
Sold fry all Druggists.
3,000 WORTH OF GOODS I'
In the c nmtnudious looms ovi r
A. S. Hyde's Store,
main stim-:i:t, ST. A1,1IANS,
Kery day nt private sale, and evening at Auc
tion, until the stock in Kold.
The subst'tibcr will sell an dhoti- indicated, a
hi iv stock of Unmix nt Auetion consisting of
new and second-hand
KhAJJ I -IVLAJJh ULUIHINIt.
................. , ,, .....
scls Carpeting, Oilcloth, and Hindi Carpeting.
Also, a lot ol Fancy (hinds ol everv description,
too mum rous to niintiou. A tine lot of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
I Shaker Donnets, .Minims, Satinctts, Lawns,
and about everything that people tvalit, and
I want at their own price.
I It. K1NOKLF.Y,
. d-21-tt Pioprictor and Auctioneer.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of UAltTKOltl), CONN.
ITS ASSETS ARE NEARLY
NEARLY TWO MILLIONS
AMI CONSTANTLY INI'111'.ASINO.
Anminl Dividends, 0 Per Cent.
All its Policies are Non-I-'oiJ'citiii),'! Xo re
tttriction on Travel, Location or Kmjiloynicut !
DividclidM upon the full Premium paido'u all its
Notes taken if desired for half of .the Premium
for the llrst four years, and in case of death,
they arc paid by the Dividends and pvcu
up and not deducted iroui the Policy,
The Full Ainouiil ol' Insurance is l'iiitl.
It has paid in losses to its Policy Holders over
$rl)0,)(0, unit has nuver contested a claim
during tho 17 years of its existence.. No
extra Premiums charged for insur
ing. Females, Railroad Employees or Seamen
A Policy m the PildiNix is piopcrly calleil a
Whole World Policy. It permits the insured to
travel or rebidu at" ill anywhero in tho United
States or Europe, at any reason of the year,
tvitlnmt extra cliarge.
NELSON H. ARMINGTON, Agent,
l'or l'lanklin, (irand lnlo and Lamoille counties.
O. lu JJAliCUUK, tstato Agent,
iV22.'.220-tf Jtutland, Vt
"'T7"H tvould L'ivo thii. notice to our former
V friends and p.itrons, that on and alter tho
1st uuy- ot .Mine, imiw, vie siiall m'U our gooils
Ilavinir had sunicicnt exnerienec in the credit
system of doing business, we have concluded to
malio a change, and try tho Cash System be
lieving that vis can sell our goods cheaper bv
adopting such a rule Although a novelty in St
Albans, tvo aro determined to try the plan. We
havo on hand a large stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING
Which under this nlan tvo will nirreo to cell l
licr cent lent than any other linn in town that
do btiBiuess on tho credit Hvstom.
Talco notice and govern voursclt accordingly
SMITH & FOSTER,
NO. 2 , TA RROW BLOCK
St. Albans, Vt.
iLSAHEZi S. HYDE,
DKAl.r.U IX AM. K1XDS 01'
First Class Groceries
DA 11 HOW Jtl.OC'K, ST. AliUANS, 'V.
C'oiiHihting in part of
Ac. , Ac
GOODS AT ONE DOLLAR
Foreign and Domestic Jlanufacturers' Agency
lor tno wale oi
At an eijual jirjcp of
ONE DO LLAR
For each artlclu. Our goods am all xr.w and of
llrt clasM ipiality, direct from tho Manu
facturers. ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL! !
Quarterly Circular, May 1st just published.
jf3' Agents wanted every where, and satiiifaC'
tion 1,'uranteed in all cases'. Greater induce.
mcntri than ever, Agents can easily malio 125 to
f luu per wecK. Circulars sent frco to any ail
dress. CIIAS. LETTS .V CO,
d'J-13t) Manufacturers' Agents,
01 and CO Federal Street, Huston, Mats
iM'kowan & brown,
Wit hato tho laif-cMt and bust nsnni led stool; of
L'oods ot every do-ciiplion, In the abovo line, to
he found in the State. As . Kent lor the lathed
Iteltint,' l actories, we l;eep n mipplyof
LEA TltER BELT INC)
Of all wizes on hand. Wo otlcr a full and com
plete, atfortinont of
Carriage und Harness Makers' Supplies,
And are constantly leceivini' consignments of a
superior article of Oak and Hemlock Harness
Leather. Patent Collar nnd ItusKot, drain and
Split Mklrtinc and Winker. I bird and bolt Dash,
Knnaineled Oil Top and
G E A 1 N BOOT h E A THEE.
CARPETING AND OIL CLOTH,
Which we oiler at a low cash Uure.
McGOWAN .V DltOWN,
.1. rnoTillNiuiA.u jl'uowan, I St. Albans, Vt.
ni:oitnr. tv. nitow.N.
PAPER S3 ANGXNG?
Of diU'eunt pattciiiH.
F IT R iT I T IT R E
Of all Kinds, just rec. ived, at
II. LIVIXOSTON .t SOXS.
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE!
riVIE Hubsrribor oilers for sale to the people ot
X Nt. Albans, Franklin Cmutv and Vieinitv, a
very tveu sciei'tetl siock oi cnoice
DniH, Chemicals, Kesiiioids &c.
lVi fmneries and Fancy Articles generally such
us are Kept in a ilrst class City Drug Store
i TEXT M E l I VI X i'.S'.
HAllt ItFKTOllKltS. -Mrs. Allen's. Hall's.
mug s. .uartua t asuuigion, wenster s, sterl
ing s, llarrett s, Shedd s, Mexican c. Ac
.Such as lmre spices
Cream Tartar, Soda.
tard, Soaps, Flavoring Extracts, Farina,
Starch, beaten Grits, Ac.
I'rcseriptions Cai-efnfly Pi'ejKirvd
And Druggists' and Physicians' orders solicited
This store will not bo undersold bv anyongooih
of the same quality, but will sustain, at all
events, its reputation for chcapnoes and reli
maty, anil in an eases wo sliall be nanny to re
ceivo our customers, and wait on them with
nroncr euro and attention.
Dr. A. Al. l'lant, late oi .tuiton, will lie pleaseil
i ; ..li l.! . x-..: T l .
to receive ait ins tnciiiia anil aeipiaiuiauces
ST. AL15ANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
l'uro l.iini us constantly on hand for Medicinal
S. It. DAY, Agent.
"tvnoixs.u.r. and miTAii. ii:Au:it in
MECHANICS TOOLS, '
G Allll I AGE
BARNES' BLOCK, LAKE ST
St. Albans, May 14, 18(13. d.1-tf
THE ST. ALBANS BRIGADE BAN
Are prepared to furjiish music, for
And on other occabions wherp Dand and String
Alusic is required.
Orders addressed to
GEOR&E E, KINSLEY,
W . H . SMITH,
At tho Tremoiit House, will receive prompt ut
f 1 F.NTS'
FUJtNlSHINa GOODS OF ALL
KINDS, vou will llnd at
WAl. It. AUTU iV UUS,
"TT'ATS FOlt NOVS : CAPS FOH HOYS AT
M YM. N. SMITH k COS.
"I S.S. CLAHK has rtinoved to I until Main
I ) Strent. Olllco at his reside
St. Albaua. Vt.. May. 2, 18(50 80-tf
Messrs. Scoiiold X Vincent,
LAKE STKEET, ST ALUANS,
Constantly leep on hand a fresh m i icri t cup
ply of tho best
Flour, Grain, Feed.
Butter, Fork, Fish.,
And indeed an assortment consisting of articles
too nunicrouw to mention, hut all such as ant
needed for family use, and at the most reasona.
oie prices. i;au ami examine our stock and
prices, and satisty yourselves,
SCOFIKLD fc VINOKST.
St. Albans, May 12. dl-tf
WARD & BUENES,
Dralnx in all! Kinds of
Gr ROCE E I E S
LAKH ST., ST. ALBANS,
'irst door above the St. Albans House. Keen
constantly on hand a full ai-sortmeiit of
Of all Kinds;
And all sorts of articles usually Kept in business
of their kind. Highest cash price paid for all
kinds of couulrv Produce.
GIVE US A OAI.Ii.
WAUD A. llUllNKS.
S . S . & J . A . 11 12 D A K D
Take pleasure in saying to their patrons and
lneniis tnat tney nave removed tlieir place ot
Where the. have on hand a huge assortment of
BLANKETS AND WHIPS.
Also, a general assortment of
Our motto is "Largo Sales and Small Prollts,"
Those in want of goods in our line will do well
to call and examine our stock before purchasing.
NEW LADIES STORE,
Opposite Store of Saxu it Place in building
formerly occupied by S. S. Ar J. A. Bedard. La
dieu will llnd hero a complete and choice assort
ment of Fancy Dry goods just received from
markot, such as
Fringes all colors,
Fans, a rich lot,
Valencienes and Thread Lace
A nico lino pf French Cambrics am Fancy
Lawns. A now Kid Glovo which surpasses any
thing yet brought into thi market, ami wnl:
rauteil. All of which will bo sold at reasonable
prices. Ladies will llnd it to their advantago to
call and oxaniino for thenifeulvoM.
Dress and Cloak making in all its vnrictioa
under tho skillfu) supervision of Misa Elleii
Moore, Jong and favorably known to tho inhabi
tants of thjs villago and vicinity.
Agont for WILCOX A GIh'h'S Hotting Machines,
1-d-tb L. P. KiMiTQX.
PANTS and Vent, all kinds, ut
WM. N. SMITH A
(i O TO WM. N. SMITH A CO'S for nil kinds
VJT of Umbrellas,
"UtlCOT Jackets at WM. N. SMITH .t CO'S.
EVEHV Style of Frock Coats at
WM. N. SMITH & CO S.