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— The nomination ol' Klcazer W. llntciiin-on of liucksport as Superintendent of tlio lie form School, has been confirmed by the Ex cutive Council and approved by the Governor. Joseph W. Symonds of Portland, was yes- | terday appointed iiy tile Governor one of the Commissioners to continue the revision of the Statutes, in place of lion. Woodbury Davis, declined. A daily sheet called the “State Fair lte- | porter," issued by Brown A Abbott, is pub lished during the four days of the Fair. It is ! a newsy and spicy little paper, and has a large gratuitous circulation. At a special meeting of the trustees of the Insane Hospital, hidden at the institution oa Tuesday, Capt. Win. E. Milliken of Pem broke was chosen Steward and Treasurer.— He will enter upon the duties of his office the first of October. We are advised on what we deem good au thority, that James M. Iiagar, Esq., Repub lican elect in Richmond, is erroneously classed ns a Democrat. We understand that Mr. iiagar has always been a Republican, and was chosen Representative against the regular nominee on a loenl issue having no relation ' whatever to the Senatorial issue. Persons who visit tht* trotting park this week more especially for the examination of stock horses, cannot have failed to notice the beautiful stallion, "Gen. l’rim,” owned and j exhibited by Mr. Luther Maddocks of Booth bay. This horse in harness and moving about the track, makes a most graceful ap pearance. He is a Drew horse, of dapple grey color, and has been kept for stock pur poses the past year. It may he remembered that a sail accident occurred at Mt. Desert, Maine, in the sum mer of 18(57, by which seven persons lost their lives by being upset in a sail boat. Every effort was made at the time to recover the bodies but without success. Dflring the past summer a Mr. Spaulding of Iron liuund Island, while fishing near the spot where the necidt nt happened, drew up from the bottom a portion of a mat with one or two bom « in the sleeve. Last year a ladies shawl was drawn up in the same place by fisherman from Bev erly, Mass. McEttrick the pedestrian lias arrived in tins , city and is stopping at the Mansion House. His success as a pedestrian has been all the most sanguine could hope for and as an , \ hihition of his walking feats may take place here, it will not be out of place perhaps to 1 give a brief sketch of the man with some of ! the most notable matches in which he has been engaged, McEttrick was horn in Roxbury, Mass., and is now twenty-five years of age. He graduated at the Latin High School in that vicinity some years since witli high honors, is strictly temperate, not using tobacco or liquor, i in any form, to which fact he »c doubts owes his remarkable physical endurance. He is ■> , feet 10 inches high, of slender frame yet with finely developed limbs. His style of walking is both graceful and easy which combined with his scholarly and gentlemanly attain- | ments makes him an exception to the general run of pedestrians. His first match was with 1). A. Scott for the championship of New England, which he won. After lie had walked a number of matches and won them all he walked against time and won making seven miles in 58 minutes and 3il seconds. He defeated a contestant for the championship of Australia and California, also John Ilay dock of London in n 100 miles walk for the championship of America, heating him seven miles. After this he walked twenty-five miles I with Jack tidily of London whom lie defeated three miles. As we said in a former issue j McEttrick has made the best “100 mile time” on record—time being exclusive of rests 18 hours, 43 minutes, (six miles an hour.) Ilis record thus (ar is “clean” for in the numer ous matches he has walked as well as those we have cited he has never met with a defeat. Nad Accident. '\Vatkhvii.i.b. Sept. 21. I At about 11 o’clock yesterday forenoon the j staging gat e way on the Chapel of Colby \ I'niversity, by which three workmen w ere thrown headlong dow n on to broken pieces ol bricks and granite from the third story. Mr. Kleazer Getchell, a mason, had his wrist and arm broken and badly shattered, and a deep cut in ids hi ail, but is considered not danger ously wounded. The other two were curriers, one had his back severely bruised and his head cut in several place. The other was horridly mangled, and it is feared that his wounds may be fatal. Kappa, The Murderer lloswell. Yesterday morning, lloswell. the assassin, manifested for the first time since the murder, unmistakable signs of penitence and remorse. Our reporter visited him nt his cell, and upon nodding recognition, lloswell fell to weeping bitterly; his general appearance and demean or betokened intense mental suffering; bis eyes were bloodshot and appeared swollen; on being asked if he rested well during the night, he replied—“I think I slept a little;’’ he was asked if his appetite was good, and re plied—“1 have’nt any appetite. ’ The crime for which lip is incarcerated was not directly alluded to during the interview, except by his voluntary remark that—“If my wife will only testify to the truth, on the stand, it will go easy with me." This lie repeated several times with much earnestness. “It was my love for my wife that brought me here!” he exclaimed. “O. how I did love her! How 1 did love her!” and other expressions of like character seemed to escape involuntarily from his lips. On being asked if he iiad relations living, be again broke into a Hood of tears, and said he had uncles, “very respectable persons, one of them u noted physician,'' whom ho desired never to again see, and whom lie hoped would never hear about him. Our reporter’s interview lasted about eight minutes, and his opinion of the prisoner after taking leave ot hiui, is that he is now a deep ly dejected and sorrowful man, in wide con trast with the defiant,exultant and vengeance stated state of mine manifested by Ills conduct . and remarks at the time of his arrest. If his crime was not committed under the impulse of an intense mental excitement, growing out of his own supposed wrongs, hut' was the result of premeditation, such trials as that of McFarland’s of New York city, may not only have been at the bottom of this, hut also may be even now laying the foundation, for more of the bitter fruits. Law ought to in all such eases at least, to he faithfully exe cuted, and while perhaps there may he hon est differences of opinion in relation to the mode of punishment, on a fair conviction, the lawful punishment should in no case tail to be administered. • Gentlemen from out of town should ro* fail to visit the popular Clothing and Furn ishing Goods Store of S. \V. Huntington & Co.. 100 Water Street. You are always sure ot finding the largest assortment of their class of goods to be fouml in the city. And as they have but one price you will be certain to get your money’s worth. They have just received the largest stock of gents' driving gloves ever offered in the city. Visitors to the Fair must not fail to see and examine the Champion Self-fastening Ulind Hinges on exhibition in the State House*.— They are the simplest and most effective we have ever seen. They arc* easily hung, can't I be blown off, fasten the blind securely, close j easily, and are sold cheap. We understand that county and town rights are for sale, and • cousider it a rare chance for a smart man. septal-tot A Gkxtm: Whisper to Mothers.—If un fortunately you have lost your own teeth hy neglect or mi " management, take care that your daughters do not suffer the same penalty from the same cause. See to it that tli y brush their teeth regularly and thoroughly with Sozodont. and tie n l y you will in>ure them sound and serviceable set- a** long as they live. “Spalding’s Glue,” handy and useful, eodlw /Bar rim In Walervilie. 1 .it 11 in-t., bv Kev. M. J. Keller. Frank 15 Webber of Wntcrx ilfe to Mis- Kimou f . Kelley, daughter of the oiliri.umg eK*jg\. ian. Dim. In < ieorgetoxvn. l’»tli in.-1 . Mr.-. Folly l ., wife of Jas. Di< kiUr-on, aged 7- years. For Sale ! \IK»r>F AND LOT with out-build.ng*. pitua- I ted in a | l^a^ant location near Pett* iigdl’- < or- I ner in Angu-ta There .m excellent Well of Water which never fails; al-o. sex.- .1 tDrilly ' Apple tree- and a nice garden. For lurtl.er partie nl.ii - einpiuv on the pu nii-e- of pepCBfrflf__ BENJ ItAY. For Sale or to Rent ! M Y STOKE on Water Street is for sale <*r to re.n . alter October 1-t MARSHALL WHIT I IK AD. BPpt32*fto Oetl Two Clerks Wanted ! JjH niElt LADIES (HI HEN i LEMEN. Must be 1 j good penmen, and m cuiaa' iti ilgure-. IV.ruia* nent ?ituati"ii.-. \<l«lre--. n li.uni writin- of appli cant, J*. X . care of 15 .\ 17*:. An_ru-ta. sept20-t*2t Pure Drugs & Chemicals for salt: At tho Lowest Rates ! TOILET A.HTICL.BS. FRENCH, ENBiiSH, £ BOnitSTiG SOAPS, CAMPHOR III;, Dentifrices, English mid (ream. Coudray’s Cosmetique and Pomade, Bay Rum, German and Domestic Cologne, Ilsur Oils, Dressings, Restorers and Dyes, Perfumery, Sachet Bags, Toilet Powders, Xxloth and Freckle Lotions, Cam eh a Balm, Laird's Bloom of Youth, Hagan’s Magnolia Balm, Barnes’ Mag nolia Water. Shaving Cream and Soaps, Shaving Brushes, Razor Strops, Nail Files and Cleaners. Tweezers, Hand Mirrors, Dressing Cases, 1*1 1*"h" 150 A KS, irony, tortoise shell, iron.v Dressing and Pocket tombs, FIXE COMBS, Nail, Tooth, Hair, Hat, and Clothes nnusiiEs : Th«‘riiioiiu‘t«‘r», XVoik ICuvck, PORTE MONNAIES. Pocket and Bill Books ! Feather Ousters, PAINT & WHITEWASH BRI SHES, SPONGES & CHAMOIS SKINS! Ciuar 4 a>o, Cittrua anil Tobacco, Humphrey's Uomtopathic Specifics. W’cflee rue's and /'itch’s Remedies, anil all the popular 1‘atent M rtliri tips, I’tirr Ih-ttt/s, Chemicals A- Futility Medicines, Pi-cah Pressed Herbs NEATS’ FOOT, l ord. Sperm, (dire, and Ken sene OIZi3, cite., rfc-e. all uiitl examine, ami you ivill llml PRICES EXTREME!.Y I.OW. Physician'* Prescription* carefully oonipnufoleii from pure Alnlictuea at all hours of the day and uiyht. ^V. C. DANA, Omt.UlMT A A It A POT1IEC4H T, Sileeessoi to *1. 1*. hi.tlusii. No. 7 i moll liiucit, Water Street, Augusta, Ho. iv47 Ilomu'pal liie. R. R. WILLIAMS, M. D. Office :*■ Water street, upstairs GARUINEU, ME. Office Hours from 1 to 4 P. M. f-tispet HATH TIBS, COPPER BOILERS, Water Closets, Wash Basins, HUA88 A l-l. VTDl) WAItK, (as) Iron Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, A ml every article pertaining to IMmnhin^ kept eon * btautly on hand and for sale at H. R. STRATTON’S, I'ornri1 Iti'idge A Wilier 81 reels, Under Hunt’s Hat Store. N. B. Plumbing in all its branches done in a neat and thorough manner. Particular Attention Paid to Jobbing. tiaapr-tf Wanted, Immediately! riMVO GIltLS lo do UHAMHEB WOlUi, and JL Two tor Laundry and Common Housework. The highest wages paid for experienced hands. Good reference required.—Apply at tho AUGUSTA HOUSE. Augusta, Aug. 11, 1870. *tf W. S. A. S. F. ! FAIR AT THE STATE HOUSE ! Doors opened at 8 o'eloek In the Booming-, and closed at 10 o’clock In the Evening ! Give us a Call, Day and Evening. Sept. 2l&t, 1870. | f3t STATE PAIR* New York Lift taraace Company. ORGANIZED IN 1841. Assets, : : $15,000,000. The Dividend" paid by thi* company in 18G9 and 1*70 exceed thorn- paid by any other company. Agents Wanted ! AiMre.s WILLIAM F. MORRILL, General Ag't Eastern Branch Office, scpt21-+lw I*ortlnnd, Maine. FOtt ^ town AND TST COUNTRY, ; Tin: faktii <i.osi:t, Is a substitute for the water closet or common privy, ami may be used an a moveable commode, or by appaiMtu- for Jixed closet*. I'rices, into $40. according to the kind required. Among its advan tages are: J. < oiuLiiete dcodorizal.on from the moment of apply ing the earth. 1. ’The placing within reach of all. rich and poor, in town and in the country, a simple mean- lor pro vidii^g, in the house, a condo) table private closet. One barrel of earth in sutlicieut lor four months’ i Use bv one person. bend for Circular. < Insets for sale by i:aicth < LO.MIT ( O., aept21-tly No. lb Deane >t., JJoston. Return of the Favorites ! DURING TI1E STATE FAIR. At (iranile Ilnll, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, And IK I DA V Evenings, September 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd. The Great Star Combination of Artists, Morris Brothers’ Mil 1ST 3T EELS AM) UK ASS BAND, TWENTY PERFORMERS! Tin* only Troupe recognized by* llu* rresf and People a© the *.iiiJ»ri«o-. of all o:her Irarelling « «»m panies in exi-ieiu-e. Prominent among this large corps of Popular Talent, are The Popular Author. Manager, and ('ora median, LO.\ MOKH1S, The luimitable KILLY MOHIUS The Champion Ilaitjoi*!, CHA RI*I5Y TI OH HIS, M. A. SCOTT, J. C. CAMPBELL, THE GREAT BERNARDO, .loll 11 .v* Hartley, IT. W. Prescott, 4 EM) MEX 4 On the stage at the same time. S*on and MHUtj ttlorrh, Tamhonni.stj*. «/. € . € auiftbtII b' .9ohm; Mlarllt y. Bones. The above aeknowledged artist* will poidtively appear nightly, introducing a Neu Sensation Pro gramme, under the iiuiuedinte supervision of Mr. Lon Aloitiu*. admission cts. ue>ki:ykd skats ;.o Cts. Now ready at Pierce’s Bookstore. (IlAUI.liS A. JOYKS, Agent. ►cpUO-tlw THE GREAT SENSATION ! Barnard’s Female Minstrels! THE FAMOUS Blondes and Brunettes. TIIE liKEATEST SICCESS OF THE sEAaON. AT ME0XIAX HALL, AIGISTA, September 21st and 22d. l'OMTIVEIA Foil TIVO AKiUTS OSI.T. This is the great original and only Female Min strel Troupe in the world. Admission, 35c ; Reserved Seats, 50c, For Author particulars mo p«\-ter- and pro grammes, Ac. # sci*t2u*t;u Attention! State Fair ! State Fair ! Hi. W. GnAFTOBT, Earth Closet Company's Manufacturing Agent, II I. EXHIBIT AT >T \TK E UK Portable Dry Earth Commodes, For use in Chamber?, Hospitals, A *. Visitors, don’t fail to examine them. beptlU-t.>t Auction Sale ! ! September 20, 21, 22, 23. $6,000 Stock of (liiillt HARDWARE! \\rIU HE soi.n WITHOUT KF.SKRVE II Hooda in iota to attil i9nr<taaai ra. Sales to commence Tuesday, September 20tb, Anti continue day and evening till Hold. , SQP'Tcrms made know n at time of sale.^"^ 123 Water Street, opposite P. 0. AUGUSTA, ME. Ci. W. JOXK8, Auctioneer. | veptlP-t^t BY TELEGRAPH — TO THE — Daily ennebec Journal. | Hy the WpbUtii I'nion I.hit*—Oilicc* m Hciulpc’h lhriltlmx ui>i)o**it»* the P<».-t Olliet, mnl atthe State House. I WAR IN EUROPE. nartelloiiM Aclivit.v ami around I’aris. THE DEFENCES OK THE CITY BEING STRENGTHENED EVERY HOUR. Now Earthworks being thrown up North of Paris. THE PARISIANS TO BE STARVED OUT. Itoiiic occupied lliell - ian troops. NO BLOOD SHED. j The troop* in all pnrts of the eoiinlr> ordered to converge on Pari*. A SCHOONER CAPTURED LOADED WITH ARMS A MUNITIONS OF AVAR. Lontios, Sept. 21. There is a marvellous activity of the French at and around Paris. Earthworks are being thrown up at the northern approach to the city, and the defence* on the other side are being strengthened every hour. Russia is moving large bodies of troops in to Poland. Bavaria has made nrrangt ments to supply her army with a new pattern of mitraillcurs. which throw s 310 balls per minute. The Times says that the revolution at Paris is ruengniz- d as republican, and at Lyons as social. The red Hag has been adopted by the latter. Tours, Sept. 21. It is reported that the Prussians on the line of the Orleans railway after a sharp engage ment w< re repulsed and fell back upon Malcs lierb and Pitheviers. Berlin, Sept. 21. The Prussian force now before Paris num bers 400,000, and Prince Frederick Charles has loo,000 between Metz and Khcinis. Von Moltke is reported to have abandoned the notion of trying to storm l’aris. He will seek to compel its surrender by starvation, and is reported to have pledged himself that w ithin three weeks not a morsel of food shall enter the city. Florence, Sept. 21. Rome has been occupied by the Italian troops. No blood was shed, which is alto gether due to the Papal tenderness of the Pope, lie having forbade any resistance. The Romans received the Italians with the greatest enthusiasm. Latest. Tours, Sept. 21. The government ordered the troops in all parts of the country to converge on l’aris. It is rumored that the Prussians have en tered (irleans. The following despatches have been ree'd by the Ministay : Cal mar, Sept. 20. The department of Hantshin lias been completely evacuated hv the German troops, and drawings of conscrip tion have been re sumed. At Mulhavsen all is quiet. Should the enemy return the popula tion will lie prepared to resist. Epinal. 20. Toul has again been attacked, hut the Prussians were repulsed and the guns dismounted. Gien. 20. Reports are coming in that the Prussians investing Paris have been defeated on the Plains of Memlon and Levis, and with heavy loss. Toul. 20. A transport landed hero to-dav w ith 0000 Zouaves and 2000 Chasseuas. Marseilles, 21. The municipal Council lias voted the war loan. Gen. Worden has refused to sign any more safe conducts for the inhabitants of Stras qurg. A general bombardment of the city is about to take place. Havana, Sept. 20. Schooner Guanhany from Nassau with a cargo of arms and munitions of war was captured at Cavo Romano, and schooner Margaret from Nassau in ballast, with live passengers on board, was captured at Cavo Cruz. Villa, Alban, Sept. 20. Italian troops entered Romo through Ponta I’ia, firiug on the mercenaries as they ad vanced. At last the Pope ordered the white flag to be hoisted, ats^ hostilities ceased. The national forces then quietly occupied the city. t London, Sept. 20. The German forces have occupied Ne mours. It is said that Gen. Weordus threatens to destroy Strasbourg, if it does not sut render. A despatch front Mtindelshritii, states that on Tuesday, Lurvctt No. 53, before the walls of Strasbourg, was taken by the l.undwclir, notwithstanding a galling ritle fire. The Free Masons in the German and French armies, have given earnest evidence of their brotherhood and humanity during the war. Paris is entirely shut in and all avenues of communication are cut off except via Berlin, An official despatch from the Prussian head-quarters before Paris, reports a redoubt with 7 guns was captured by the German troops. Bkui.ik, Sept. 21. Special to N. Y. Herald. The Crown Prince informed the Queen yesterday by telegraph from Verseilles. of the investment of Paris from Verseilles to Vincennes. Thu French troops have been I driven back. The capture of an earthwork with seven cannon was executed with little loss Jacoby, the leader of the democratic party, has been imprisoned at Kings burg by order of the military authorities, for calling a meet ing of partisans who drafted resolutions against forcible annexation of the French territory. The democrats of Munich have passed similar resolutions. It is semi-offieially announced that further unity of Germai y will shortly be secured by new political institutions. Special lo Tribune. London, Sept. 21. The Tribune special correspondent at Berlin, telegraph# to-day that the American Ministry on authority learns that Fuvre will be received in private j capacity only, and will be informed by Bis niarek. that Germany must insist on condi tion sine qua non of peace on the surrender of forts on the Moselle and Rhine, by which Germany was threatened and attacked. A despatch received iu London yesterday from Bismarck, says Favro was cordially re ceived at the King’s head-quarters at Fer viers, Rothschild's Chateau. FROM NEW YORK. New York. Sept. 21. The French volunteers who were not al- j lowed to leave Lafayette yesterday, will sail on the Ville de l’aris, October 1st. FROM LEWISTON. Lewiston, Mo., Sept. 21. Fire. The stable and ell of the house of Deacon David Boring of Auburn, were burned this ! evening. The fire took in the stable. In- 1 sured probably enough to cover loss. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. San Francisco, Sept. 21. j Destructive Fire. — Loss $150,000. ; The property of the F.mpire Mining Co., at ! Coat Grass Valley, Cal., including mill, j hoisting and pumping works, store-house and ' 8000 cords of wood, w as burned yesterday. Loss, $150,000; insurance, $40,000. U.ti. Sherman reached Bortlaml, Oregon. ■ yesterday, where he met an enthusiastic re ception. FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, Sept. -1. 'The Gene ral Land Olttcu lias prepared 31* patents embracing nearly 20,0u0 acres, in fa vor of certain reserves named in tbe treaty of Oct. 14, 1865, between tbe United States and the Cheyennes and Arapaboes Indians. Tbe lands art located on tbe nortli bank.of tbe Ar kansas river. FROM NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, Sept. 21. Yellow Fever. During 21 hours ending 6 1-2 o’clock yes terday. there were Id deaths 1 yellow fever: — 7 natives of Italy, 4 of h ance, 1 of Eng land and 1 Illinois. Destructive ire. New Haven, Sept. 21. The first serious lire that has occurred in Madison for 25 years occurred early this morning. Geo. Mack's bouse and out-build ings in nortli part of the town were burned. Most of tbe furniture, utensils and fodder were destroyed. Iaiss not ascertained, but is supposed to be §6000 or §8000. Sad Accident. Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 21. Tbe cupola containing molten iron in the foundry of John Corn at tbe foot of Sussex St., exploded this afternoon. Four men were seriously injured and one man killed. The explosion was caused by loaded shells which were thrown in with old iron to be smelted. m . . FINANCIAL & COMMERCIAL. New York Money .Market. New Yokk, Sept. 21. Gold closed 113%. United state.’' 8ixes (coupons), 1881 111*4 5-20,s ms .1*64, 112 “ * •* 112*4 ‘ *• “ 1865, Jan. & July, 1M)„ “ •* 1867. lie « ! “ “ is«s, 110 “ 44 liMo’sgcoupons), 1074* New York Stock Market. New York, Sept. 21. Mariposa. I"» do. pfd. lo4. Canton Co. 62*4 I Cumberland Co. 30 Western Union Tel. Co. 54', quicksilver Mining Co. 4 Pacific Mail. 33.1,' Boston Water Tower, J2 Boston, Hartford a. brie, 3 Adams Lx. Co. 65** Wells, Fargo Sc Co. 40 American Merchants Un. 41T C. S. Lx. Co. 34 N. Y. Central and Hudson Itner 1*23, do. scrip, 87/* Harlem, do. pfd. Reading, W» Mich. Central, lit) Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 027, Illinois Central l.*»*■-* Cleveland & Pittsburg, 105^ Chicago ct Nortli Western, 82 do. preferred, 873* Chicago A Lock island. 11*',, Mil. A St. Paul, 04 * * do. preferred, 81 ‘a Toledo Wabash A Western. 52q Toledo, Wabash & Western prelencd 74 Pittsburg & Fort Wayne, 1*3 Terre llaute, 23 do. ptd. 56 Alton. 112‘4 do. prefd. Ohio and Miss. 33\ Erie, 22 *, do. pfd. 40 New York Produce Market. New York, Sept. 21. COTTON—sales 278 bale*: uiid. uplands 18'4. Fl.Ot’K—stale i'.«*y5s5; round hoop OhioW0*(kJ0; western luO* 635; southern 535a800. W11KAT—sales 85,000 bu; No. 1 spring 127lt /jl2h: No. 2 do. 112*117; winter redand umber we.-tern, 132 * 136. Ci HtN—new mixed western, 88fcl>l; old do. 12 ) in store. OA I s—state 54 557; western 52*54 PORK—mese. 25.50: prime, 24.50. I.AR1) steam, 1«:; keltic, 16},. BUTTLit—Ohio. 20*31 ; slate, 26512. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, Sept. 21. FI.or It—spring extras 4755750. WHKAT—No. 2. I0fi»4 • COK.N —No. 2, <U'4 . OATS—37 lor No. 2. MKss POI(K—25 60. ItAULKY-1U14 for No. *2. LAI ID—15. Non-Resident Taxes IN the town of Winslow, in the county of Konnc bee. for the year 1*50. The following list of taxes on ical estate of non-resident owners iu the town of Winslow for the year Itititi, in bills committed to l». Paine, collector ol Paul town on the 2t»th day of June, 180H, has been returned by him to me as re mauling unpaid on the 14th day of June, 1»70. by his certiti ate ol that date and now remaink unpaid, and notice is hereby given that if the said taxes and in terest and charges are not paid into the treasury ol the said town within eighteen months from the date of the commitment ol the .-aid bills, so much of the real estate taxed as will be sutlk ient t<» pay the amount therefor, including interest and charge.-, will w ithout further notice l»e sold at public auc tion at the fit ore of C. F. Cornish in said town, on the 31st day of December, A.D. 1670, at one o'clock In the afternoon. a Name § ol owners. Z » * 2 3 K 3 < > H Win. L. Dowcii. Katun lots, 75 skitH) $0.75 II. II. Campbell, Simpson and Proctor lots, 1300 20-30 John Palmer, K of 60 acre lot No.24, 25 150 2.03 Le\ i M *. rill, part ol John Morrill lot, UttCiea Ho l.si Albei-t tieodspeed, Pinkh ini lot, O'* 70 1.07 llcirs of llcnj. Libby , L. U. Lamb lot, <>4 340 b.oy Heirs of Will. CJtlinan, Warren It mind's lot, 13>, 170 $.32 It. It. Williams, Warren lot, 10 60 1>6 Dr. Catea, Jas. Furbnr lot, 20 luo 2.27 KK113KN MOOUK, 3w$0 Treasurer of Winslow First Letter Foundry in Xe»v England. Oommoncetl in 1817. _w Boston Type Foundry Always uoto»l for Us Hard and Toagh Metal, Ami its large varieties ot BOOK AND JOB TYPE, And lately l'or its unrivalled NowNpapor Face*. Electrolyplng Done In nil Its Branches. Address orders to J. A. ST. JOHN, Agent, 55 Water Street, ----- Boston SUPERIOR TYPE METAL. 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Dr. Havw is op * «.f the most learned ami popular physi cians of the day. and is •: tiled to the gratitude of our race for these iu\alnablt* j.r Auctions. It s»*eins to be his aim t<> induce men and w in -*n to avoid th cause of those diseases to which they are Mibj<*ct, and he t- Us them just how and when to d > it.— / <tmnn-jton Chronicle, Far mimjton. Afe., $/pt» 15, 1 ■ ». The extra or 1 in,try success of Dr. Hayes has aroused the envy of a set of pretenders c > me*iical skill, who purloin the matter, and even chapter titles, from his wirks, an*l adver tise themselves falsely and absurdly as members of medical societies in London, Edinburgh, and Paris, which they never saw. Hut such transpar nt tricks can never alienate from him the intelligent portion of the oonununity, who anon loam to distinguish between the scientific practitioner and the souibss aud brainless quacd. Price of SCIENCE OF LIKE, $1.00. PHYSIOLOGY | OK WOMAN AND HER DISEASES. $2 00. 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