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Fi iilny, March '20, 1SG8.
rev. C. M. Seatok, of Cliarlotte, is
to supply for the present the Congrega
tional Church in Georgia.
Dr. Ckautbe visits St. Albans again
the lust part of the month. See his ad
vertisement. Half-hour morning prayer meet
ings commencing sit 8 o'clock, are be
ing held the present week in the base
ment of the Congregational church of
Tin: present quarters of the St. Al
bans Town Library being found too lim
ited, it has been decided to remove it at
an early day into a room adjoining the
Transciui-t otlice, in Barnes' Block.
THK Good Templars, of St. Albans,
have rented a portion of the third story
of Harno.-' New Block, on Lake Street,
which N being neatly litted up for a
lutll for their use. The organization ap
pears to Imj in a flourishing condition.
Thk members of Washington No.
1 were out in uniform Wednesday after
iiuou and made a good appearance with
thrir"Ma-heen." They threw a stream
f water iwrjwndioular about one hun
dred and forty feet.
Wkkk the gas lamj jKJsts put up in
the dilli-rent streets of our village mere
ly for the sake of ornament? Tf not vu
rtpeetfHysuw2est that they beliglited
on dark nights.
r. PatrioiCs Day (March 17th), was
appropriately observed by the "Hiber
nwnS.H'iety1 of Burlington, which was
joitW by "St. Patrick's Society" of
WinwteM. After high mass at the ca
thedral a procession wns formed head
ed by the "Ilinesburgh Band," which
jinn-ewled through the principal streets
tn tlie ity holl to hear an oration. In
the evening there was a banquet at St.
Mary'sHall which was a decided success.
We are glad to learn that money
enough has been raised by stock
subscriptions to secure a steam ferry be
tween Plattaburgh and St. Albans, A
meeting of the stockholders is to be held
atWitherhill'B Hotel at riattaburgh, on
the 25th, to organize the Pittsburgh,
St Albans and Grand Isle Ferry Com
f a largo steamer is in contemplation
which will commence its daily trip ns
turn as practicable.
Thk room of the Vermont Central II.
R. Library, to which the Transcript
has. before alluded, is a decidedly neat
and attractive place ; and the employes
ought to be under obligations, an they
doubtless are, to the managers of the
rood who have so generously placed it
at their diiqwsal. Recently there have
been added to the library two hundred
and seventy-odd volumes which make
the total numberof books in the library
fifteen hundred and fifty-five. Five
hundred sterescopic pictures of " Ver
unrnt Seonory" have been given the
a-soclation by Mr. A. F. Stylos, while
rtveruorSmith has contributed a hnnd
Orii suggestions relative to caucuses
arehit;hly commended in certain locali
tm, and it is intimated that in - sevuml
iustances they have been carried out to
the letter. A friend informs us that as
pood as oar plan is, a better one has
been adopted in acortaintown in Grand
Mo County. A call for a caucus to elect
delegates to the State and District Con
ventions, wa iosted up, in due form;
but the day Imfore the one selected for
the important gathering, the date was
changed, when a select few got together
aad made choice of dolegates. We ad
mit that this is somewhat preferable to
our plan, and may ossibly be more ac
table to the people.
"We have had some remarkably pleas
ant March weather thepast week. Mon
day and Tuesday of this week might
ell pass for May days so far as warmth
i concerned. TJie frost is fast coming
ut of the ground, and an early spring is
predicted by many. The "oldest inhab
itant" however, is not quite so confident.
He thinks we must have more "March
inds," and if they do not come this
month they will the next. We hope the
M gentleman will be mistaken. Our
mtor has been a long and severe one,
and we long to see the earth clad again
in green and the trees putting forth their
foliage. Last (Wednesday) night the
ground froze quite hard, and we think
uvday must Imj favorable to the sugar
Real.Estatk Ciiaxqes. Mr. S. J.
Sowles has sold his house and lot on
Ferris Avenue to Mr. Abner Forbes, for
$S,C0O. Mr. Sowles has purchased Mr.
William Rockwell's place at Alburgh
and removed on to the same. The price
paid Mr. Rockwell -was $2,500.
Mb. Jasies Watson, of Montreal!
has purchased Mr. L. P. Kimpton's
bouse and lot on Ferris Avenue, paying
for the same $4,500.
Rev. James Upiiam, D. D., formerly
President of the New Hampton Insti
tution, and now connected with the
Christian Watchman and Reflector, Bos
ton, has sohl his dwelling house to Ira
Hunt for, $2,800.
See! See!! The advertisement of
Cuaiuberlin's Business College in an
other column. Our young men have
v:t before received such an offer.
olarships are already being sold.
'Cumber will not exceed 100, hence
"fc clear that no time must be lost if
it reader would secure a scholarship.
nt the numbor of towns in Ver
oot and the surrounding territory, and
how easily you may lo9e your
ance. Figure for yourself and act.
At an early hour on Wednesday morn
a jam of ioo in the river just above
ie falls, in Swanton, broke and was
thrown with great force against the bulk
head of the dam, causing it to give way
'fctting the whole weight of the ice and
Laiato the log-way of Mr. Daniel
way ww'""11' cay'ne away log
dam was niS' Tho west win of ie
pieces, of the brtd'ay trldig the
One of the pieces 8reat force--ried
away with abou KPJet?ly Car
bridge The damaget
mated from $4,000 to $6,000. 5
New Patents. Among the patents
granted for the week ending March loth
were the following: 1
.E. A. Smith of St. Albans, Vt., as
signor to self and John W. Newton, for
improvement in seat for harvesters,
u. K. Hickok of Morrisville, Vt., for
proved clothes pin.
.A-A.Knowlton of St. Albans, Vt,
'or Improvement In artificial teeth.
fur i vatK,ns or Proetorsvllle, Vt
T Improvement in device for weaving
rrmKiaem in Ray rakers and load-
Charmingly indeed does the plan"
work of empowering Town Committees
to fill all vacancies of delegates to the '
btateand District Conventions! The
Town committee of St, Albans acted as
a unit two of the committee beinir ab-
' "1U Ulru gentleman was "left
alone in liis glory "-and have dis
charged their duties with consummate
ability. Mr. Barlow, one of the dele
gates to the State Convention, not being
able to be present, the credentials were
passed over to our friend, J. W. Holiart
who is every way competent for the po
rtion. The absence of Mr. Saxe, one of
the delegates to the District Convention
compelled our sharp-eyed commitce to
seieet, another gentleman. There was a
good deal of excitement (?) in our com
munity on Wednesday concerning the
matter, and great was the anxiety to un
lock the breast that contained the mo
mentous secret. But the committee
was reticent ; and it was not until night
when the glad tidings came from Rut
land over the telegraphic wires, but not
in time, we regret to say, to be announc
ed in the Daily Mwwcnjrcr of Wednes
day. We have only to add that the post
of honor was very appropriately con
ferred upon our young friend of the
Mtsnciu,er, Mr. William H. Whiting.
The Lyndon Academy has 70 stu
dents, and the Derby Academy 75.
Thk Lyndon Union well says: "Don't
advertise. It calls the attention of the
public to one's wares, reduces his stock
in trade and puts him to the trouble of
buying again. This is very annoying.
It makes one prominent before the peo
ple, sets people to talking about and run
ning after him, and keeps him uncom
TiiKstables of Mr. Pattee, Burlngton,
were destroyed by fire Tuesday evening.
The stables were surrounded by three
story blocks, which were saved only
by the ample supply of water from the
Mns. Howe, of Castleton widow of
the late Hon. Zimri Howe, died at her
residence at 4 o'clock Sunday morning,
the 8th iust., at the age of 77 years. She
had been a highly esteemed inhabitant
of this village 55 years. Two children
survive her, one the wife of Rev. Wil
liam Pege of St. Louis, and John Howe,
Esq., of this place.
Mn. John Conant, the well known
fisherman residing hear the lake shore
in Ferrisburg, died suddenly of heart
disease, on Monday of last week.
AitTHCit Clemens, Esq., has been
admitted to the bar, at the present term
of Washington County Court,
H. R. Hohton and James Webster,
of Brattleboro, have purchased the ba
kery of Edson and Tuller in Rutland.
A gkade cow, the property of Mr. A.
F. Johnu, of Rutland, recently brought
forth three fine healthy calves, weigh
ing respectively 53, 54 and 59 pounds.
They are all alive and in good condition.
Rev. H. H. Peahody was ordained
by an ecclesiastical council to the pas
torship of the Baptist church in Barttlc
boro, March 4th.
JtiAitLY last summer a young man of
1G or 17 years, was married to a young
lady of 15, in East Barnard. This en
terprising couple are now the happy pa
rents of a son, who lias eleven grand pa
rents and great grand parents, four of
the former and seven of tho luttor.
The thrco lifters elected in the town of
Bridgewater, weigh S04 pounds, making
an average of 20S Kiunds each. Their
names are Win. S. Southgate, Z. A.
Marsh, Charles Bugbee.
Mil. John Lee, of Vernon, died Feb.
13, aged 97 years. He was married near
ly 70 years. His wife survives him and
is in her 91st year.
A MEiicit ant Union Express Olliee
has been opened in Bellows Falls.
HniAJX Baiiton, Eso.., of Shaftsbury,
received at the last town meeting, his
forty-fifth consecutive election to the
office of town clerk. His predecessor,
Jacob Galusha, held the office forty
years. Mr. Galusha's predecessor, Thom
as Matteson, father of the late Rev. Jo
siah Matteson, was the first town clerk.
Shaftsbury was chartered, according to
Thompson'sJGazetteer of Vermont, Aug.
20, 1703. Its settlement was com
menced about 17(53, according to the
Thk Banner says: "The rails are now
being laid down again from the State
line towards North Bennington, and it
is expected connection will be resumed
by the Troy & Boston Railroad in the
course of a week or such a matter."
Newport organized a Grant Club on
Wednesday last, with Col. James T. Al.
len, President ; D. L. Hildrcth, J. W.
Sherry, Vice-Presidents ; D. M. Camp,
Secretary. A constitution was adopted,
and resolutions endorsing Gen. Grant,
Congress and the impeachment of the
President, were adopted.
The Roman Catholics of Bennington
have formed a Father Matthew Temper
ance and Benevolent Society, which em
braces a large portion of the congrega
tion of that church. s
Deacon John Tennant, a worthy
and estimable citizen of Burlington,
died suddenly on Thursday.
Among the forty-eight graduates from
Georgetown, D. C, Medical College,
which held its nineteenth commence
ment last week, is Samuel E. Ward of
Petek Lamoiiy, of Montpelier, 12 or
13 years old, has been sentenced to the
State Reform School at Waterbury, for
stealing two or three boxes of corn cakes.
Some of the Orleans county farmers
do not like it because the County Fair
has been located for five years at Barton
village, and have called a meeting to
form a new County Agricultural Soci
ety. Monti'elieb spent $4,000 last year in
laying new brick sidewalks, the brick
for the same being paid for by the land
owners on the streets.
John Waiid, alias Jerome Lavigne,
sentenced to be hung at Windsor, Ver
mont, on Friday of next week, regards
his approaching disgraceful death with
great coolness. He was sentenced to
die for the murder of Mrs. Griswold at
AVilliston in January, 1S07.
The Montpelier' Journal says : "A
number of the young men of our town
met on Monday evening and formed
themselves into an association under the
Dewey Library title. Their object is to
establish a reading room and ultimately
a library where the young men and
many of their elders may profitably
spend hours which are now more than
wasted. It has been named after and in
compliment to the Hon. Charles Dewey
of Montpelier, in recognition of his
warm interest in all matters tending to
elevate the young men, and to strength
en their moral influence in the commu
nity, and is a compliment richly de
served. Addington D. Welch was unan
imously elected President."
Vermont at the Xational Conven
tions. Tho delegates at large, by whom Ver
mont was represented in the National
Republican Convention heretofore held,
were as follows :
1804, AT I1ALTIMOHE.
Solomon Foot of Rutland.
E. P. Walton of Montpelier.
A. P. Hunton of Bethel.
Carolus Noyes of Burlington.
18G0, AT CHICAGO.
E. N. Briggs of Brandon.
P. T. Washburn of Woodstock-.
E. D. Mason of Richmond.
E. C. Rcdingtonof St. Johnsbury.
ISoG, AT PHILADELl'llIA.
Hiland Hall of Bennington.
Henian Carpenter of Northlield.
Erastus Fairbanks of St. Johnsburv.
Lowronce Bminerd of St. Albans.
Levi Underwood of Burlington.
The following gentlemen were ap
pointed delegates from the Third Con
18G4, AT IJAT.TIMOllE.
Bradley Barlow of St. Albans.
Henry Stowell of Cambridge.
1SG0, AT CHICAGO.
Wm. Clapp of St. Albans.
E. B. Sawyerof Hydepark.
1S5G, AT PHILADELPHIA.
Rolla Glcason of Richmond.
W. L. Sowles of Swanton.
C "A thing of beauty is a joy for
ever." And nothing is so beautiful as a
picture of health. Headache, Nervous
Pains, Sour Stomach, Distress after Eat
ing, Prostrating Weakness. Disinclina
tion for Society, Mental Despondencv,
Ac, are the rule rather than the excep
tion with the human family, and have
stamped their ell'eets upon lis all. The
mosteficctive, gentle, sudden and agree
able remedy is the Plantation Bitters.
They have probatriy cured and alleviated
more cases the past five years than all
other medicines combined. They are
&old throughout the length and breadth
of the land.
Magnolia Water. A delightful
toilet article superior to Cologne, and
at half the price. 0S-2w
SyA faniihj remedy. No family
should be withiA?t somo efficacious rem
edy for the cure''af lections, so univer
sally prevalent, 'as cough, colds, sore
throat, whooping-cough, and crouj)
some remedy, too, which can be relied
uiMin as safe, sure and certain. Dr. Wis
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry combines
JCia)A gentleman in Lenox says: "My
feet felt as though thousands of needles
were being stuck into them, but sis soon
as I commenced using Renne's Magic
Oil, the chilblains began to disappear,
and soon got well. It is good for chil
blains. JBt3 A household word. The best, the
only Reliable,, the cheapest. Try it.
Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style)
Hair Restorer or Dressing, (inoneboitle.)
My wife and children prefer it. Every
Druggest sells it. Price one dollar.
In Suanton. March 15th, .it the rraitlem-i- of
ChrU- W. Itu'h, Mr, lu it 11. Ilinwixm, f
llosion, agi-d 74 ear..
In St. AltiaiiN. on tli.. 5th iiiMt.. Gebtia, young
est ilatiKlit-r of William and Elizabeth flavin,
agil IS mouth.
In Fairfax. Vt , March lt. Adah A. Hihbauu,
wife of K.T. Dalian), aged SO years and 7 montlm.
In Itakt-rMtk'lil. March 10th. (Ieorok Wii.i.if..
ton of llurton II. and Maria 8. Maynard, agod
13 months xnd 23 day.
In Ilk'hfnrd, 011 the 12th iuat.. Mrs. Polly J.
Cosant, wife of Chark a Mitchi U, 23 year.
In Wiuoonki Villa;,. , on the morning of tin
15th iimt.. at th.. residene of her brother, J. Y.
WTcr, Miae Zca.ii WnAvnn, ag4l 68 yetiru.
THK following lU-iutuie are all old aud wt 11
(wtaiMtHlieo ami thousands nave iteon bene-
&U'i by their tw
They are for sale by drug-
Tlie Iei ii vim- Sj-i-ii),
a Protected Solution of the lroto.ide of Iron,
Hnijilte the blood with its l.ifr Elettwut, Iron,
giving strength, vigor, awl new life to the whole
HYxtem. For liysperHin, Debility, Female
VeaknetMies, Ac. it is a aKiftc. A 32 page
I'amohlet containing a valuable treatise on "Iron
an a Medicine," with certificated and recommen-
datioun, Ac, nill be sent free
J. I'. IJIvSMOnHtlrtHirielor,
N'o. 86 Dey St., New Yoi
WMiu's Kalxnii uflVlliI Cherry
ha been Ened for nearly half a century for
CimgliB, Cold-, Consumption, and every affection
of the Throat, Lungs and Che.t. It cures a
cough by Unveiling and eleanaing the lungx and
allaying'irritation, thtits removing tho canse in
stead of drying np the eongli and Icaiing the
Clio ho behind.
SKTH YV. FOWLE .V SOX. Proprietors,
No, IS Treniont St.. lioston.
Dr. II. AmlciV lo line WalT,
A pure solution of Iodine dissolved in water
without a Bolvent, containing li grains of Iodine
to each llnkl ounce of water. Iodine in admitted,
by all medical men, to be the In st known remedy
for Scrofula, Uloern, Cancers, Sypliilig, Salt
Itheum. &., ami thousands can testify to the
wonderfnl virtues of this preparation in hhcIi
cases. Circulars free.
.1. P. DI.NSMOJtE, 1'roi.rictor,
No. 80 Dey St., New York.
Grace' Cclrliruti il Salve
works like magic on Old Sores, Burns, Scalds
Cuts, Wouiid,l'niios, Sprains, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Ac. It is prompt in action, booths
tho pain, taken out (soreness, and reduces tho
most angry looking swellings and inllammations;
thus affording rohef and a complete cure.
Onlv 25 cents a box; sent bv mail for 35 cents.
SETH V. FOWLE A SON, Proprietors,
208-4w Xo. 18 'Fremont St., Boston.
TTTAXTED. An Agent to make a thorough
Y canvass of Franklin County in In-half of
that old and reliable Life Insurance Company,
The Phoenix Mutual, of Hartford
Conn. Liberal terms to an active, energetic
man. Address. X.G. AXTELL,
Pern, Clinton Co., X. Y.
General Agent for XorthernXew York.and Ver
REAL LOTEBIA DE LA ISLA. DE CUBA.
In the drawings for 18GS there will be 2G,
$390,000 IN GOLD.
Drairn Once in .Seventeen Days-
Prizes paid in Gold. Prizes cashed and infor
mation given by
Main St., Providence, R. I.
P. O. Try a box of Polanda Plantain
Ointment. Tho best Salvo in tho World.
Take no other, but insist on having this. For
sale bv all Druggists and Country Dealers.
Dr. J. W. POLAND,
GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
nervous debility, and premature decay, and
all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all
I -. j i .. i i 1 ' Li .
wuoneeo. n, tuo receipt anu iiircciiuns lor mak
ing the simplo remedy by which ho was cured.
Sufferers wishing to' profit by the advertiser's
experience, can do so by addressing, in perfect
confidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
lCC-ly 42 Cedar Street, New York.
jguy Tracy's Vegetable Hcallnj; 11a 1 in!
For it is a Magic Ointment, and will destroy and
cure Felons, Fever, Calomel, Erysipelas and
Scrofula Sores, Ivy Poison, Ilhcumatism, Croup,
Diptheria, Cnts, Burns, Bruises &c. And is al
eo good for pains in tho Back, Side- and Chest,
and is a specific for Man or Beast.
S. It. DAY. Agent,
183-ly St. Albans.
3TNFORMATION guaranteed to produce a luxu
L riant growth of hair upon a bald head or a
eardless face, also a recipe for the removal of
pimples, blotches, eruptions, etc., on the akin,
leaving tho same soft, clear, and beautiful, can
be obtained without charge by addressing
823 Broadway, Now York.
mHE Bev. Edward A. Wilson, will send (free
.4- of charge) to all who desire it, tho prescrip
tion with the directions for making and usiii
the slmplo remcdv by which ho was cured of a
lung affection and that dread disease Consump
tion. His only object is to benefit the afflicted
and he hopes every sufferer will try this prescrip
tion, as t will cost them nothing and may prove
a blessing. Ploaso address -
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
"A illiamsburg, Kings Co., New York. lGC-ly
THE VEHMOISTT THAJSTSCHlPT.
1868. ANNUAL LIST.
In pursuance of the provision of tho Exciso
Laws of the United States, notice is hereby given
that appeals will be received and determined re
lative to any erroneous or excesxivo valuations,
assesMiients, or enumerations by the Assessor
or Assistant Assessor, returned in the annual list
for embracing returns for incomes for the year
1 SC7. secial taxes (license) for the year ending
May 1, 18CU, and articles in schedule "A," at mv
office in St. Albans, on the 31st dav or March",
And all appeals must bo made in writing, speci
fying the cause, matter, or thing, respecting
which a decision is reipiested, and ninst state
the ground oi principle of error complained of.
HENRY C. ADAMS, Assessor.
St. Albans, Vt., March 20, 1-CS. f20S-2w
Solon S. Potter's Estate.
APPLICATION FOB LICENSE TO SELL
State of Vermont. District of Franklin.
The Honorable, the Probate Court forthoDis
tnct of Franklin, to the heirs and legatees of
Solon S. Potter late ol St. Albans, deceased.
Wiieuevs, E. P. Cleaveland, Special Adminis
trator of the said Solon S. Potter, hath repre
sented to this Couit that the personal Estate of
said deceased is insufficient to pay his debts by
the sum of j-7(io,52, and hath applied for license
to cell the whole of the real estate of said de
ceased, or enough to pay said snm aud the costs
ami i barges of settling said estate.
Therefore, ou are hereby notified to appear
before the Probate Court at" a session thereof to
be holdeu at the Probate Office in St. Albans, on
tin- 11th da of April, A. D. 18(!S, and show
cau.se to the contrary, or give bonds as said
Court shall direct, for the payment of said debts
and eoft of adiiiiuittratton. o'therwii-e said Ad
ministrator i-i ill be licensed and authorized to
sell the whole, or so lunch of said real estate of
said decea.-.eil, an will be sufficient to pay the
tinen under my hand and the seal of Maid Pro-'
bate Com tat St. All mils in said District, this
lniid.iv of March, A. D. 1S68.
2dv:;w MYliON W. BAILEY, Judge
JIl'.EltvnoN NOTICE. -Tin is to cutif
J that I liiivu thu day given my sou Daniel
Guard his time for the remaining part of hLs
nun. ii ity . and r-uall therefore claim uouc of his
n o, or ;i of his debts after this date.
PETER X G I BARD.
Wit lie-. E. II. BEALES.
BakerMuld, Vt., Maieh 12. IWW.
XT( iTIl'E TO CLAIMANTS. The foilimiug de
scribt d propel ty was seized by oflicers of
the CitouiH for the violation of tin- Revenue
Laws of the United States:
At Swanton, lcc. Isii7. 2 galN Gin, H4
gallc WlnsUi. 27 lbs. Tobacco.
At Hivhgate, Jan. (i. lSGrt, 1 keg Gin. 1 can
Wlnnk. v, 1 lianiMs. 1 Sleigh, 4 Blankets, 1 Pis
tol. At B rk.-hnc I'i b. 2, lhUM, 1 Mare, 1 Sleigh 1
Halter. 1 Hariie.-s. 1 Kobe, 1 Calfskin, 3 galls.
' At St." Albans, Feb. S, lStSS, 1 pair Kid Gloves.
Feb. C, C oz. Oil of Roses, C iia Strvchnia, 6 vds.
Silk Warp Poplin. Feb. 8, 1 Trunk, 1 Sack 100
At Geoigia, Feb. lf lHik 1 keg Whiskey, I
At Wi t Enosl.nrgh, lVb. 27. 1SCH, 1 Black
Horse. 1 Hor-e. 1 Harness, 1 Gutter, 1 Botw.
A" jx rsoi; or i'i isoiis I'laiimng the above de
scribed propt rt are hereby notified to appear
within twenty d.i)froni the date hereof, and
tile with the Collector of the Customs, for the
Di-tn. 1 of V. nn. .nt, a 1 Uini, stating his or their
inter-vt 111 the projx rty so s.ized, also Ui exe
cute a bond to the United States, conditioned
that in caw of the condemnation of the property
as seized the obligors will pay all tin costs and
e nse of the prix'cedittgs to obtain condemna
tion. Otherwise 1 shall proceed to advertist
aud sell oaid propi rty according to law in suet
Cases madi and p: ovided.
GEO. J. STANXARD,
Custom Hoiis-, District of Vermont, Collw
tor'a Oflice, Burluigton, March Hi. 18S3. AR3
IX CHANCERS State of Vermont. Franklin
County, Paschal Mil! r r.. Ix-wis B. 1
Miic ami Mary La vine.
MVinvii. Paschal Miller has preferred hie
Pi titimi to the Court of Chancery next to be
holdeu at st. Albans, withm and for the County
of Kraiikliu afori'said. and has filed said Petition
with mi . Joseph H limine rd. lerk of said Court
oft ha11.11, -tatmg th.it Lewis U. I.uvmi , and
Mary l.awm. on the 3ith .lav of Apitl, A. D.
1"'i6 duly executed to the m Paschal Miller, a
moitgage ilee-1 of certain land, situati-d in the
town of St. Albans, in the County of Franklin
aforesaid, and described as follows, vi- Bound
ed on the East by t inier Street, so called: South
by laud owned by ltridgett Murphy: West by
land ow nid by W1.1 O. Oadeoiub: and North by
liudoniiiil by lb tu K. Adams: eoiidltioned for
the pay men, of t In -cm of five biitidri'd dollars.
sctilied in lic pn.niissorr notis, aU ei?tcd bv
said 1 hi- r..,l.aiui. . aud dated April .iOlb. IHft,
payal ! tu tin- -aid Miller, iu one. two, three,
font an. I I'm ar-. with interest annually: one
of which notes are now du- aud unpaid, and the
inteii -t on the other notes. And praying that the
Equity of Re lemptmii of the said Ltwis B. Ir
vine and Mary LaMnc. mav Ih' foreclosed , agree
ably to the Act to demunsh the Expense of fore
closing Mortgages in Equity.
And whereas, it has been made to appear to
me. that the said Lewis B. Laviue and Mary La
vine. re-ide out of this State. Therefore, by
virtue of the Statute in such case made anil
proviibd. I do order the said Paschal Miller to
gne notice to the said Levis and Mary of the
prt ferriug and tiling of liis l'ctitiuo, by'publish
tng the foregoing sulwtanee of his Petition, with
this order of publication, three week snccee
sivi ly, 111 the ermont Tian-eript, a public news
pajier. )iriuti .1 aud publishe 1 at St. Albans, in
said County of Franklin, the last of which
publication to be at least twenty days previous
to the Term of the Court of Chancery, aforesaid,
next to be holden at St. Albans, iu aud for said
County of Franklin, on the 2d Tuesday of April,
A. D., 186H.
And said publication being made, the said
Lewis B. Lavim- and Mary Lavino an- required
to appear in said Court on the first dav of the
aforesaid Term of .-aid Court, ami then and
there answer to the aforesaid Petition of the said
Dated at St. Albans, aforesaid, this 4th Oar of
March, A. D. 1SH.
2i-3w JOSEPH II. BRAINERD, Clerk.
SEE ! ! SEE ! ! !
IOO full course
Good for life, throughout the "International
Bnsimss College Association," to lie issued at
Chamberlin's Business College
Burlington, Vt., before May lo, 1SG3.
These Scholarships will be sold at the regular
price, $o0. and so issued as to secure to the pur
chaser all the privileges and advantages of the
Scholarships heretofore issued, and to be trans
ferable to a second party any time within three
y ars after the holder thereof shall have been in
attendance at the College for three months.
Tina plan will secure to
IOO YOUNG TflLEN
A tlmru'i'jlt JJisoie.ss Kiiitcafiuii at tliiir mrn
as the person making the transfer is entitled to
whatever price he may agree uin with
liis purchaser. This
will be withdrawn on the sale of 100 Scholarships,
tho limit of time not to exceed the aliove date.
1'ho Three MuiUhs plan recently advertised is
3- As this offer will be eagerly seized, aud an
effort made to close the sale of Scholarships at
tho earliest possible day, aud a similar offer not
again made, thoso desiring to secure it need to
l or further particulars call on or address
J. S. CHAMBERLIN, Proprietor,
lC3-ly Burlington, Vt.
S. R. DAY, AGENT,
OFFERS for salo by recent arrivals a- full
lino of very choice
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Including all articles usually kept in a Drug
Store, such as Perfumeries, Toilet Articles,
Brushes, Ccmbs, Pomades, Imported and Do
mestic Soaps, Puff Boxes, and all articles in this
line. Tho assortment of Hair Brushes is very
complete and is offered at very low rates.
Iu great profusion ; of all the approved varieties.
Ring's Ambrosia and Hall's Hair Rcnewer at
wholesalo. Also, Wolcott's Pain Anuihilator,
Tracoy's Balm, and many other Articles.
DEPOT rOR DAY'S BITTERS,
The lest and cheapest in the world. I tako this
method to thank my patrons for their libera fa
vors, and to ask a continuance of the same. All
Drugs arc of the
And the attention of Physicians is respectfully
solicited. All orders filled promptly, at lowest
rates. Prescriptions carefully prepared by a
Physician gradnatc of one of our best colleges.
This Store will bo undersold by none.
DR. A. XI. PLANT,
Late of Milton, will be happy to serve his old
friends and acquaintances, at this store.
Storo open from fifteen minutes before 1 o'
clock until half-past 1 p. m., on Sundays for tho
sale of necessary medicines.
THE ST. 4 LEANS LIQUOR AGENCY.
Good and pure Liquors for Medicinal purposes.
Tlie People's Drug Store.
St. Albans, Vermont.
March 13, 1867.
XVIAPIiE SUGAR !
Ten Tons New Maple Sugar.
II. L. SAMSON.
TOH ONE DOLLAR I
TT' SELL DRESS PATTERNS, PANT Pat-
Y terns, Webs, Cotton Cloth, Shawls, Car
pctings. Sheetings, Drv and Fanoy Goods, Ac,
Ac. Clirulitri Sent Free, giving full particu
lars: or Twdvf Cluck gent Tor One Dollar,
doscnbiiig twelve ditlerent articles which we will
sell for One Dollar Knell.
5 Ladies and gentlemen wanted as Agents,
to whom the most liberal inducements are offer
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
CHAS. LETTS A CO.,
oi t nn i-Knciai, stuekt,
23-ly Ikwton, Mass.
DISSOLUTION- -The copartnership hereto
lore existing under the name of Wynian A
Huntington is by mutual conent this day U
m1 All accounts with said firm must be
settled immediately. Either partner is author
ized to receipt for the same.
E. 11. HUNTINGTON.
St. Alpans, Eeb. 10th, 1S88.
The watch and jewelry business in all it bran
ches will be continued, witli promptness, and in
a workmanlike manner as heretofore, bv
M'p MORE AUCTION ! On account of the
A.y impassable condition of the roads, manv
were deprived of the opportunity of attending
theAuctioii'yeitcnlay, tho 11th. "As I am anx
ious lo please ew rybodv, and have a large quan
.Furniture, lietldiiiii, Ac,
On Imnd, I shall close out the entile stock at
eot. The stock consti-ts if chairs, 1S diteads,
tables, Stands. Bureaus, Lounges, Sofa- Hair
and Excelsior Mattresses.Ac, Ac. Tlie following
are the prices of oome of the goods. Rep loun
ges, f 13,50. Damask Lounges fioni J'J.OO to
ill.OO. Fine Excelsior Mattresses, in ticking,
i,l. Sofas from ta.OO to 10,00 less than can
Ik- bought at any other place. All otln r goods
in projiortion. Remember the place, oer A. S.
Hyd's Grocery Store, Main Mic. t, St Albaus,
Vt. u. KINsLEY
HTOX'S OYSTER HOUSE,
: BARNES' BLOCK !
LIKE STUET . .
Chesapeake & Baltimore Oysters
AT WllOI.IAI.K AX l It) TAIL.
riiis brand of oyaters is the largest and ducat in
tlv market. Hotels, Privati Partu s and Fas
tnal, furnished at inside prices. 19S
fii KKAT 1.MP150VK31K.VT I.N DHVI'IS
The attention of the public is called to a gieat
discovery in Dentistry.
THE GREATEST ADVANCE STEP EVER
MADE IX THE ART.
The main difficulty in w-eaimg artincil teeth is,
they do ni t hold in their place tirmly enough,
ami add to thin the annoyance of food p iting
under the plate while eating I have discover
od.a method of so constructing the plate on
which tlie teeth arc set that they will not start
ur drop while eating or speaking, mitli. r will
any particles of food get under the plate, no
matter what the condition of the mouth is,
which w uot true oi any method hitherto used.
I have secured Letters Patent for the Umtod
States, England and France.
The improvement in not in material, but in
the construction, whichsjt cures the atmospheric
pressure ou the entire plat.
I have sold the exclusive of said improvement
to Dr. L. Oilman, to wit. the Counties of Frank
lin, Washington, Chittenden, Lamoille aud
Grand Isle. Those wishing to avail tht msches
of such improvement, will call on
N. T. FOLSOM.
Novcmbi r, 11, I.C7.
Velll. Trrtll, Trrtli :
THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT
ET DISVoVEBED iS
Is that recent ly made by Dr. W N. Ni l.n, of
New York. It is an miprou meiit upon X. T
Folsom's method for coti-tructing plat.-.- for Ar
tificial Teeth. It makes them much tinner than
any other mefliod, so tin-v will not drop while
eating or spotting, and can - used with j i feet
ease. Afl in want of teeth can &ail thcm-i 1m s
of tlu great improvement. b calhn,' at my
ofhi-e, where all Dental 0)nrati. ms an pirf..ini
ed npon the most lieeral terms, and wjiiantrd
to give satisfaction. I have .-iiurcdllie t iclu
aive right of Dr.Nelson's said luiprmi merit for
the Stale of Vermont and ( anada. Dentists
wishing to buv office rights can do s b addris,
ing W. B. Met JO WAN. Dentist,
193-tf) M Ub.m. Vt.
New Yobk, Nov. 30th, 1JM57.
Di L. Giuian, St. Albans, Vt..
Dear Sir:n answer to your Ii tt. r of the 27th
inat., 1 w-onld say that I do not know f any one
named -'W. X. Nelson," in the il. utal I'rofes
sion in this city, and I cannot Hint anv -ueh par
ty in tho Directory, therefore concludi lie is a
Myth, as far as this city is comvrn.id.
193-tf SAMUELS WHITE
The American Cooking Stove In
I Tan adjourmd tirm of the Ciremt Court of
V. the United States, for the Xoitlier.i District
of New York, in the second cncuit hi Id at the
City Hall, in the etty of Albany, tin 2Cth day of
Jaunary . in the year ot o.p. I..,id 1;-.
IKE8Es r :
The Hon. NathvS K. IUli., Jaij:
Jacob U. S)if.b A- Josevu Ptc ku:: ,
r.. 1. 1 Ki'ttt'j
Gb. B. Bt't.1. A John- M. Rockw ki i .
It is further onh red, adjudged and d'.ie.d,
that a perpetual injunction lie issued in this
suit against the defendants, restraing them
from further infringements of said Patent. No.
51,100, Dated Dec. 5th, 1H&", for lmprovenn nts
in cooking stoves, pursuant to and in accord
ance with the praver of the Bill of Complaint.
Signed A. A. Bowk, ' Urk.
The above was instituted fur infringement of
the Patent securing the manner of fitting the
ash pan in the hearth of the American Co-iking
Stove, and for the combination of the bailed
ash pan. We have repeatedly cautioned the
public against selling or using stows with these
improveiiiets not manufactured by us. All r
soiis now selling or using stoveo with these im
provements, in violation of tin' alsic injunction,
without license from us. will be liale to line and
imprisonment. SHEA!!, PACKARD A CO.
Ihtt-'Jin. Albany, X. Y.
FOll SALE I5YI)7 M. WALKEK.
XKW HOOK STOltK
ST. ALBANS VERMONT,
Has been opened by tho subscribei , where can
bo found a varioty of
MlSOKL LA XE0 US,
ALL KIXDS OF
A XI) STA TIOXKli Y,
Stereoscopic Views Ac, Ac. Toys m abundance,
and a largo variety of Fancy Goods, too numer
ous too mention. He also keeps for sale all
And other Publications usually kept in News De
pots. Tho Stock is entirely new, has been
bought for cash, many articles at a largo dis
count from former prices, and is to bo sold at a
moderate advance. Particular attention paid
to supplying orders for all books that may bo
desired, which aro not kept in stock.
202-tf C. II. BAKER.
DYE f &
Sold by Druggists Everywhere.
In St. Albans br LEONARD, BRAINERD 4
CO. ic. HENRY A CO., Waterbury. Vt., Solo
"February 7th, 1SCS. 202-3m.
rpwo moreK'isits r
TWO ZVIORX2 VISITS!
CONTINUED SUCCESS !
SANA T 0 Ii I A N !
1)11. CltADTUB S OFrlGE, UAItTFOBD, COSS.
A. D. OltABT&S) Iff. D.j
Known as the "Sanatoria!!," "The Great Curer
of Chronic Diseases," will visit, by apoetal re
. 23, 2ti, 27, and 2S.
TBEATIXO DISEASES OF LONQ STAXBISiJ.
Mr. Levi Hieks, Burlington, says : My wife
Ins not been able to go out door for over three
ycare, nor do any work for above four vears,
(moettg confhietl to her bed. I had the best
physicians w ho all gave her npy saying they could
not help her. I called Dr. Crabtre, the
Sanatorian been to see her three times, and
now she fa able to work; eat with the family,
aud ride out still improving. God bless hiin
for me. I'nblish this in tlie Sentinel.
Another Cubed. (Liver Complaint.) Mrs.
N. H. Wood, Rutland.
Dr. O'.abtre has already dischargtd e. ral
bad cases, now completely cured by him.
A greater number than heretofore visited Lit
tle's Hotel last week, on the occasion of the
fourth regular monthly visit oftthe Sanat nan to
this town. Invalid.-, hearing of the areat suc
cess of the Doctor's treatment, came iu larye
crowita, ou foat, who w ero aUe, and in carriage.,
and the last day, so great was the demand. tL.it
many were obliged to return without tie pi
seription. His mediemi H ale agreeable t.. tak.
and most wonderfully rtlieai ions in re.-ult Ho
makes one more visit here tilts Fall, and n.i, -ise;.
to return in the Spring. AiW IV -A
Oe' liiseases told at sight.
Examination and advice 31 00. Qua-1 n gn e
fret advice, but ailv ice worth auythim; is paid
for. Casts found past hopi . free, and tiny "ill
not lie treated. Patients isited out. In.it
nient at reasonable price, furnishing his H..n -Botanic
K mcdieu for one or two month-., for
$j On to il.'j 00 a month.
25 YEA11S AN INVALID.
(Ftl!LlsUEI BV HERSELF I.N THE SEW POUT KICKl-SK )
To the sick aud despairing 1 would bruig .ids
of encouragement and cheer. For ti ia-two
years 1 have beeu unable to sit up five minutes
without the stronger.! supports rs, though, dur
ing this period I have had the best medical at
t ndaiiic of the age, !oth in eity and c-mntry.
For years past I have sutf red ttrennly from
85 uial disi ase, iiver complaint and ihs-pepna.
with never ceasing headache.: In June la.-t, hav
ing Inch four mouths on n bed, I came under
the medical care of Dr. A. B. Crabtre, uf Coun.
I mli r his treatment, by the blessing of God, I
have, from the hrst, been steadily rccovtriug
now ait up nearly all day, and feel no inconven
ience whatever in walking without anv mechani
cal support. MRS. SAB-VHMcNAB.
Derby, Sept. 9th, 1S67.
(From the standard.)
She is the daughter-iu-law of Dr. , and the
most eminent Doctors in America, (including
Boctoii and New York.) have treated her with
out beuetit. and a fortune has been exp nded in
useless attempts to r store her. She is
now up. dressed, and walks out without incon
vi uieuce. and the people stand amazed on be
holding her health, as though one rose from her
A christian old lady, a little near-ightt d from
too frequent pinches of Macaboy, seeing the
name of "Sanatorian" in our paie"r, exclaimed,
"Laud ! if the Good Samaritan ain't coming
agaiu ! Now Mr. - can be cured of his rheu
niatiz, and aunt Polly of the idiot-sun-reases
(idiosyncrasy) as Dr. Hall calls his comolaint,"
and after getting the famijv Bible to read about
it, she went out "to tell her neighlsirs."
(From the Orange County Eagle, Vnmont.)
"A man of education, who devotes all his en
ergies to long standing complaints, must suc
ceed in them. The Sanatorian is such an one.
He employs a pliy.-ieian in his office to treat a. ntt
while he devotes his time to Chronic Diseases,
in which he excels. His father was a phvsician
before bun, and he claims he was born a Doctor.
His success is highly sjxikcn of at home and
abroad. He has already treated a large num
ber of patients here."
THE CKOWD INCREASES.
"Dr. Crabtre closed his visits for the season
last Monday, after treatiug a greater number
of patients than at any former visR. We are in
formed by Capt. Little that his house was crow
ded during the last day of his stay, many being
obliged to go away for lack of time to see them,
a landlord in a neighboring town says that "in
an experience of 25 years iu hotel keeping, he
has never known a travelling1 physician to in
crease the number of his patients at cadi visit,
and to draw so highly a respectable class of per
sons as Dr. Crabtre docs. - tliiiion( Yt) Siainitiiil.
Dr. Crabtre has the best suit of offices in New
England, at 371 Main Street, Hartford, Conu.,
where he has been located seen years. A com
petent physician is retained there while the Doc
tor gives his whole attention entirely to Chronic
Diseases. N. B. Tho best peoplo m city and
State recommend him.
HU CmES THE WORST CASES. TrMOHSON THE SUCK
"Some timo ago we mentioned the caso of a
young girl iu Vermont, attouded by Dr. Crabtre
of tins city, who was suffering from a scrofulous
enlargement of tho neck, a photograph showing
that the neck was much wider than her face.
Under Dr. Crabtre's treatment she has so far re
covered that tho enlargement has entirely sub
sided, and persons who saw her in thiseitv a few
davs ago consider the enre most remarkable.'
Couranl of July , 1S03.
SCROFULOUS CATARRH AND
Mrs. Loring Chase, of Peacham, resjuests us
to publish the following: "Ilhavcbecn an invalid
under medical care above 5 years, and unable to
do any work, having Liver Complaint, Catarrh,
and a't last, Consumption. Being ou
the eve of despair, wo applied to Dr. Crabtre,
tho Sanatorian. By his treatment I have got
well. In a short time I have spun 40 skeins of
yarn and do my house-work. " I have now no
cough, night sweats, or any other difticultv.
3IR3. LORING CHASE.
SEB CIRCLL.VB.S OF
"His is no Clarivoyant humbug." WootlfUxk
DK. C. HAS A LETTEIl FROM THE GOVKKNOH OF HIS
DR. J. W. ADAMS, Agont.
R. C. GAfjTjAIt, Proprietor.
"S always. supplied with the best of
Tripe, u nil 'h--
Table Delicacies of the Season !
Now on hand, a nice lot of
SUGAR CURED HAMS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !
Confectionery and Tobacco.
soltiimayd-s French and .uierican
ONE TON RECEIVED.
Shelf Groceries, every Description
Eruibs and Vegetables in their Season.
Oranges, Lemons, Grapes, Nuts, Figs, Dates,
and other goods too numerous to mention. Con
fectionery supplied to Merchants at City Wltole
sale Price. Store next to Post Office, and for
merly occupied bv S. II. Lewis, Jr , A Co.
202-tf " H. L. SAMSON A CO.
C GOU'AX fc UUOAV.V
BUILDING HARD WA11E.
We have the largest and beat assorted stock
or goods of every description, in the abovo Kiie,
to lie found in the State. As agents for the
largi st Belting Factories, we keep a supply of
Of all sizes, en hand, wo tuVer a fnll ami com
plete assortment of
Uarrhnjc and Jluntejts Makers'
Sit i plies.
And are constantly receiving consignments of a
superior article of Oak anil Hemlock Harness
Leather. Patent Collar and Rremet. Gram ami
I Split Skirting and Winker, Hard and soft Dash.
Jtnnantt'lrd Oil Tt and Grain
Which we offer at a low cash figure.
202-Sm MeGOWAN A BROWN.
J. PBOTHINUUAM JlVtOWAS. i
St. Albans, Vt.
OEOBOK W. IIKOW.-C.
will quickly restore Gray Hair
to it natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth. It ii
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.
Vor Sale- by nil DrnggUti.
PEPOT, 10S GREENWICH ST., X. Y.
Life, Fire, Inland, Accident.
Life and Accident Combined.
Live Stock anil Steam Hoiler.
Insnranci effected iii tho
OMril, Largest, mill 3Iol Itrlluble
Insurance Companies In the Unlteu"
DEWEY, NOBLE & CO.,
General Insurance Agents,
CORN tilt of JIAINniHl I.AKK STKKETS,
.S7. Albans. - - Vermont.
BUECK & WETHKIIUKK'S FOIL
SALT, AC, AC.
P YOU want a good Sewed Box Toe Boot, go
The last Success.
184:7 successob to 1868
WYMAN & HUNTINGTON.
Acknowledging tho kindness and liberal pat
ronage of the public in thepast twenty years, i,
Now reiieie the promise, (and let tho past be the
assnranco) that this corner of tho good little
STATE OF VERMONT,
And some portion or the P. Q., shall he well and
honestly supplied at the lowest possible ratea
with all the grades of American, Swiaa A English
W A T C B E I i
In GOLD and SILVER Cases.
Latest natternu and all grides
JIahonIa aud Mechanics Pins, Solid Silver Ware,
warranted lino as coin. Beautiful
ELEQTRO PLATED GOODS,
From all the best factories, auch aa
Syrnp Cups, Mnstard and Child's Cups, Yasea,
Coffin Plates, finallv everything of first quality
This is the only place in tho county whero yon
can get, direct from the manufacturers, the
Genuine Wm. Rogers & Son's
Spoons, Forks, Knives, Ladles Ac. Don't be de
ceived and buv a 2d quality goods when its so
easy to get the best and at almost the same price.
A great variety Clocks, Table and Pocket
In abundance Everybody wants a knife then
let evervbody call and get one. A largu assort
ment of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles ana
BAGS, GAMES d:C.
Rifle and Pistol Cartridges, Revolvers, Roberts.'
Needles (warranted.) Watches, Clocks, and
Jewelrv repaired in the bent possible manner.
All work warranted satisfactory or pay refunded.
Engraving nea.tly executed and at reasonably
At the old stand, Brainerd's Building, corner
Main and Bank streets.
St. Albans. Feb. 10th, 1SC8. 003-tt
KUIIVAKY 7T1I, ISC.
THK EIClTDit-XT AT
A. H. MUNYAN'S
We are constantly receiving from tho New
York and Boi-ton Markets, the latest and most
approved styles of Ladies' and Gents'
Which we will sell cheap for cash, consisting in
part, of tho following goods :
A L.AKGE ASSORTMENT OV
A KIXE LOT OF
PLAIN GOLD RINGS,
GO TO 3IU.V YAX'S KOU
SILVER BUTTER COOLERS,
SILVER CAKE BASKETS,
SILVER CARD RECEIVERS.
SILVER FRUIT KNIVES.
HO TO 3IU.VYA.VS FOR
SILVER NAPKIN RINGS,
SILVER PIE KNIVES,
SILVER POTATO SPOONS,
SILVER JELLY SPOONS.
SILVER NUT PICKS.
(JO TO 3ICXYA.VS FOR
SILVER MUSTARD CUPS,
SILVER PEPPER BOXES,
SILVER SARDINE FORKS.
SlLVEIt PICKLE KNIVES,
SILVER TEA SPOONS,
Having made arrangements with ten of the
best Plated Ware Manufacturers in the country,
I am prepared to sell
At the lowest manufacturers prices, and have
now ou hand the largest stock ever offered in
this market. Abo, the largest assortment of
Toys and Fancy Goods, which I will sell cheap.
Agents for Lazarus A Morris Celebrated Spec
tacles, the best in Market. Steel Spectacles at
prices all the way from 25 cents to 12 50 per
pair. A good assortment of Bronze Clocks just
received. Call and examine before purchasing
elsewhere 202 A. H. MCNYAN.
200 T02TS '
PLASTER PARIS !
On hand and arriving, fresh ground, in sacks.
The Plaster is too well known as a fertilizer in
this county to need anv comments. Every
fannor should avail himself or a few tons before
the sleighing is gone.
F1VE HUNDRED BUSHELS
For seed, imported hvMr. HiU, of Grand Isle
County, weighing thirty-eight pounds to the
bushel, and a very heavy yielding oat.
NORTHERN CLOVER SEED
Raised in Grand Isle County.
GRASS SEED, CORK, BUCKWHEAT;
Ten tons choice
DAUIT AND ORSXSX SJLX.T !
Also, a large stock of
FRESH GROUND FLOUR,
On hand, which wo aro mslling
FROM $10 50 TO $17.
The abovo stock is bought for cash, and old
at a small advance from cost.
CAIIi AND EXAMINE.
Cash paid for all kinds of Farm Produce.
204-5w. S. C. NOBLE A SON.
DR. S.S. CLARK has removed to South JCain
Street. Offico at his reside
St. Albans, Vt., May. 2, 18Cf KMf
ROOMS IN BARNES' BLOCK TO LET
Suitable for Lawyers Offices, MiB
Stops, or liuo Jioonis; also nrst claj"'
ou nrs; uoor, nearly complete.
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