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attgit ax a. SATURDAY MORNTWTh fcllPT. *4, 1870 THE STATE FAIR. The State Fair, which closed Iasi night after a term of four days of unintcmiptec pleasant weather, has been one of the most successful ever held in the State. The only thing to regret is the sad catas trophe which occurred on Thursday after noon, which although not involving loss of life and only Serious and permanent injury to perhaps but one person is still an accident to be lamented. All the ar rangements seem to have been excellent, and the order and system maintained were worthy, of praise. Even botlt that wished to see had opportunity and cour teous treatment. It is gratifying to know that all parts of our State and all indus tries were represented at the Fair, both by contributions to the exhibition and per sonal attendance. We saw familiar faces from Aroostook and York and all the in tervenieg counties, and in such numbers that there was no reason to complain of lack of attendance. The officers of the Society are deserving of much credit for the success which has attended the Fair. We trust the exhibitors will not be with out a reward for their labor and enter prise . The amount of good which will go out from such an exhibition is incalcula ble. Thousands of farmers and mechan ics have returned to their homes with new and valuable ideas, and will go about their labor or business more intelligently and with life and energy not felt before. With a better soil than any other New England State, Maine needs only to en courage home industries, occupy the water privileges, invite capital to invest here, in order to have our farms improved and made profitable, and our agriculture lead New England. Farming and manu facturing go hand in hand iu our State. The spinner, weaver and machinist must be fed and the fanner is the person to do it. nil AT DOES THIS ME A S'? The following communication which we find in the New York Evening Post, we publish without comment, leav ing Governor Chamberlain’s friends to explain it if they wish. Portland. Me., September 14, 1870. To the Editors of the Evening Post: The election is over, and the Republicans have carried the State by a majority quite as large all tilings cousldered, as could have been rationally expected. The real interest of the campaign was not in the gubernatorial con test. but in the struggle for the United States Senatorship. The lines are well drawn between the present incumbent, Renator Morrill, and the present Governor, General Chamberlain. A large number of representatives to the legis lature have been chosen on this special issue, and the supporters of Governor Chamberlain have the undoubted sympathy, as they will have, if necessary, the "undivided support of the democratic members—of whom a much larger number than usual are returned. The movement for Chamberlain is quite in dependent of party, and wilt not be subjected to the rules of political rings and partisan caucuses. If a majority of the legislature, including the democrats, prefer Chamberlain, they will elect liiin. The issues between senator Morrill ann Governor Chamberlain are sharp anil distinct, especially on matters of revenue anil tariff. Senator Morrill belongs to the old school who believe in protection, and who pertinaciously oppose what the enlightened progress of the day demands for us in New England— a reci procity treaty with the British Provinces. Governor Chamberlain on the other hand is wedded to the progressive ideas of revenue reform ; is devoted to freedom of trade, and believes with all his heart in removing the har riers between us and the provinces by re-es tablishing a reciprocity treaty. The issue on this point is marked and sig nificant between Senator Morrill and Govern or Chamberlain, and I predict that reciprocity and freedom of trade will have a glorious vic tory by the election of the latter to the Senate of the United States. We feel exceedingly grateful to the Evening Post for its warm espousal of Governor Chamberlain’s cause, and we will promise on our part to leave no stone unturned to secure his election. Refcblican Revenge Reformer. The Boston Advertiser mentions edito rially the Universalist centennury conven tion at Gloucester as follows: The sight at Gloucester this week, where thousands of those who profess the faith which Murray came to teach are gathered, is one in which all Christians may well be in terested- Differ as men may as to the truth or heresy of the particular doctrines which are the basis of the gathering, it is a present example of the growth which a denomination may make in a comparatively short time hy dint of diligent work. At the same time the condition of the denomination to-day is as good an answer as it could desire to one of the severest criticisms that have ever keen Jiiada upon it. If Universaliam be true, it has been said, there is no need of any re ligion at all, and as the doctrine spreads, the outward practice of religions duties at least will decrease. But, on the other hand, the facts remain that as the denomination gains power and numbers it is among the most active in building churches, establishing schools, founding papers to inculcate its specific doctrines, asd, is tact, in ail the works ot a progressive Christian church. The Gloucester meeting marks an era in its history. The one hundredth anniversary of the foundation of the denomination in this country has been signalised by the raising of • very large sum of money by the voluntary contributions of its members, its position as ope of the important systems of belief is re cognized, its (lay of small tilings is.paat. If iu opportunities are wisely used it has a fu ture before it of growth and prosperity, many fold more brilliant than lias been its increase dummy it* first i tsutury just closed. A Washington correspondent says that the 4d*ug Secretary of the Treasury has addresses a circular letter to Collectors of Customs throughout the country, request ing theta fo invite such persons resident in their district* as possess the requisite qual ifications in nautical attainments and prac tical scmansliip, and who are not above the age ol thirty years, to make personal application by letter for the position of 'Third lieutenant of the revenue marine service. The object Is, in filling the twenty vacancies existing in this rank, to distn plp<f 9* gu* as practicable the |iositiou to citizen* of the different States, the majori ty of the officers of this branch of the ser vice befog Mrir from New England. No consideration trill be giveu to applications of persons |b*ving any physical disability, or who do not offer tinekcejjllonablc testi monials As to character, capacity aim'ex perience. Applications will he duly filed ■ iu the office of the Secretary oi the 11 easu ry, and receive attention from the Depart . ment at the prope r time. The hoard ol , officers for the- examination of caiuUdatcs is now in session in AN ashinjjton. Mnth Exhibition or the Maine State Ag ricultural Society. FOURTH PAY—Friday. Or the Grounds. ■ There was a most thorough test of the I strength of draught horses on the grounds about half-past ten o'clock. The following pairs made a trial of strength on a drag load ( ed with stone weighing 4808 pounds : Crowell Bickford ot AA'est AA’atervillc, horses weigh ing 2350 pounds. W. AV. Pease of North Anson, two pairs, weighing respectively 2400 and 2000 pounds. A. & W. Sprague of Au gusta. pair weighing 2200. Horace AA'ood man of Saco, Normandy horse, weighing 1000 pounds. The horses mnde a most superior and satis factory exhibition of strength, hauling the drag with ease a distance of eight rods and baek, with brief breathing spells. The large white Normandy horse started the heavy load several rods alone, to the great surprise of those who thought it a foolhardy attempt to put the horse to the drag. Bickford and Pease tried their double teams on the drag with the addition to the load of twelve men, averaging in weight about 175 pounds, and the teams accomplished the task of hauling the load with all the additions that had been made. It was a fine exhibition of strength. At eleven o’clock, the Secretary of the So ciety, S. L. Boardman, Esq., read a list of the premiums that had been awarded by the various committees. Those we give bsloif are in addition to the list published yesterday : List of Premiums. Horses. The committee on gentlemen’s driving horses report that the horse Dare, which won in the race on AA’ednesday is not entitled to compete, therefore the prize har ness is given to AA’ M Thayer of Augusta. The first premium for mares and geldings, 5 years old and over, was given to C C Emery of Skowhegan. for mare, the second to E Lceland of Skowhegan, for gelding. The first premium for mares and geldings between 4 and 5 years old, was given to John H May, i Augusta; the second to J II Grant. Bucks port. Stallions for general use—First to T 5 Lang of Augusta, lor Gen. Knox; second to J H Gilbreth of Kendall’s Mills, for Gil breth Knox. Tiiorououdreds—For mares and stallions, 4 years old and over. Stallions—First to T 5 I.ang; second to Allen Lambard of Augusta. Mares—First to J II Gilbreth. Geldings and Fillies.—3 years old and under—First to T S Lang, Augusta, Knox gelding; second to E F AA'ynian of A’assal horo’; filly. Under 3 years, l»t to Dan’l Strong, Riverside, gelding; second to M Dean. „ Matched IIohses. First to Hiram Keen, Augusta; second to Simon Johnson, Ual lowell. Mares—First to Wright and Nor eross, Augusta; second to F' H Braun, Vas salboro’. Stallions. Four years old and un der five—F'irst to J W MeDuffey, Portland; second to Ira I) Sturgis, Augusta. Three years old and under four—First to Wright and Norcross, second te Caswell and Emery, North Anson. Two years old and under three— First to Tucker and l’arlin, Kendalls Mills; second to A F Gerald, Kendalls Mills. Jeusf.tr.—Sweepstakes.—r or Hull—Mecuii to Dr NR Boutelle, Waterville; Cows—to same. Herds—First to N R Boutelle. Bulls, Two years old and over—First to N II Bou telle, second to J W Merrill Portland, year lings—First to .1 H Gilbreth, Kendall’s Mills. Second to N R Boutelle. Calves—First to Allen Lambard, Augusta, Second to J Par tridge, Gardiner. Cows—Three years old and over—First Jo N U Boutelle, Second to J & N Dane, Jr., Two-year-olds—First to N R Boutelle, Second to L II Snell, East Win throp. Yearlings—First to L H Snell, Second to NR Boutelle. Calves—First to J & N Dane, Jr., Second to L H Snell. Grades. Best cow—First to W A P Dil lingham, Sidney; Second to James Keegan, Augusta. Two year olds—First to W A P Dillingham; Second to W W Pease of North Anson. Yearlings—First to H C Burleigh, Second to A H Brown, East Wilton. Calves —First to W W Pease, Second to W A P Dillingham. Herds—First to A H Brown, Second to W W Pease. Hekkkordh—Sweepstakes. For Bull— Medal to H C Burleigh, Fairfield. For cow— to W P Blake, West Waterville. Herds— First to II C Burleigh; Second to G & G Underwood, Fayette. Bulls, Two years old and over—First to H C Burleigh; Second to G & G Underwood. Yearlings—First to J W Wentworth Skowhogan. Calves—First to W P Blake ; Second, to G & G Underwood. Cows, heifers And calves. Cows three years old and over—First to 11 C Burleigh ; Second to Geo E Shores of Waterville. Two years olds—First to II C Burleigh; Second to G & G Underwood. Yearlings—First to W P Blake; Second to II C Burleigh. Calves— First to G &. G Underwood ; Second to II C Burleigh. Disciplined Oxen and Steers. For oxen over 7 feet girth. First to C H Beedle, Rich mond; second to Jas II Nash, Livermore Falls. Under 7 feet, first to J P Putnam. E Winthrop; second to N L Phinney, Liver more Falls. Atrsihres. Cows, heifers and calves. Three year olds and over—First to J 4 N Dane, Jr., Keagiebunk; second to same. Two year olds—First to J & N Dane, Jr. Calves—First to same. Working Oxen. Four years old and over —First to J B Putnam. Winthrop: second to A H Brown, East Wilton. Working steers. Three years old and over—First to J. B. Put nam*Winthrop; second to J W Church,, Hallowell. Two year olds—First to W P Blake, Waterville; second to same. Yearl ings—First to E Caldwell, Manchester; sec ond to H C-Colcord, Clinton. Calves—First to W W Pease, North Anson ; second to G E Shores, Waterville. Sheep. Eong w oolen, liucas—r irst to tv ■ O Hauseomb, Albion ; second to A J llallet. West Waterville. Buck lambs—First to Warren Perctval, Vassalboro'; second to Elijah Wadswoth, Livermore Falls. Ewe lambs—First to Warren Fercival; second to Elijah Wadsworth. Ewes that have suckled lambs, second to Elijah Wadsworth. Gra tuities given loGG Hanseomb, Albion; Lean Swift, Sidney; J C Keyes, North Jay; G 1) l’ullen, West Waterville. Fine Wooled. Bucks—First to E Maxhain, Waterville; sec ond to same. Ewes. One year old and over— First to K Maxbam. second to W W Pease, North Anton. Ewe lambs—First to VV \Y Pease, Ewes that have suckled lambs—First to E Maxham, second to Chas. Kezar. East YVinthrop. Grade sheep and lambs—First to Dean Swift, Sidney; second to A Leavitt, Livermore Fulls. Swink. Best sow, large breed—First to H M Harlow of the Insane Asylum, Augusta; second to J YV Merrill of Portland. Best lioar, large breed—First to G M Dutton of East Vassal boro’; second to A Baker of Gar diner. Best tow, small breed—First to H M llorlow ; second to J YV Merrill. Best boar, smull breed—First to L A Dow of YVaterville; second to same. Best litter of pigs—F'irst to Henry Packard; second to S B Page of YVin | tbrop. Poci.1 uv. Coop Dark Brahmas, First O P Ilowe, Augusta. Poultry Leghorn, First, Miss M Carlton, Gardiner. Pure Breed : White Leghorns, Johnny K Uoardmnn, Au gusta. Brahma, 2d J Varney. Sea Bright Bantams, 1st, E K Butler, Hallowcll, Guinea Hens, 1st, C A Cummings. White l’olands, 1st, S B l’age, Winthrop. Bantams, 2d Harry Gilman. Ducks, 1st, J A Cummings, Manchester; 2d, Warren Sawyer, Madison. Afternoon. The last afternoon of the Fair opened with an attendance fully equal to that of Thurs day, although the skies were lowering, prom ! ising a sprinkling of the dusty track without 1 the aid of artificial appliances. The first race was for mares and geldings, j 3 years old and under 4, mile heats, 2 in 3, for Society's premium, $30 to the first, $20 to second. E. F. Wyman of Vassalboro', entered Gip sey Queen, and E. T. Monroe of Abbot, ! Maggie Storm. The latter horse won the ; race in two straight heats—time. 3.17$, 3.104. About this time the fine military company in which the citizens of Augusta take an hon est pride, the Capital Guards, marched around the track, headed by the Gardiner Band, ,T. W. McDonald, leader. They passed in brief review before the judges’ stand, in presence of the Governor elect. Hon Sidney Berham, and other distinguished officials and gentle men, after which they wt^c relieved from ! duty. During the afternoon the excellent Band of twenty pieces gratified the audience by some specimens of their best music. A drizzling rain came on, but the people were waiting in patience for the appearance of the horses advertised to compete in the sweepstakes race. In this list was the Gil breth Knox, but there came an announcement that this celebrated stallion would not trot, but that the race would be confined to Bight Bower and the Carthage Boy. This was damper than the rain to the spectators, and Gilbreth of the Knox and Better of the Car thage Boy addressed the crowd in explana tion, from which it appeared that while Mr. Gilbreth was anxious te trot his horse, an agreement had previously been entered into by the owners of the other horses and the owner of the Knox that the last named horse should be withdrawn. The race that had drawn the immense crowd of people together was indefinitely postponed, and the people had to content themselves with something a good deal cheaper than they expected to wit ness. In lien of the sweepstakes there was a race for a purse of $300, open to all horses owned in Maine, mile heats, best 3 in 5; $200 to first. fiiOO to aecond. The following horses were entered and as signed positions in the order named : Iiight Bower, A. B. I’. Wheelden; Carthage Boy, Robert Potter; Bully Brooks. Geo. M. De laney; Col. I.akeman, Geo. M. Robinson. The horses had a good send off for the first heat. Right Bower immediately took the pole away from Bully Brooks, strongly pressed by Col. Lakeman. Brooks and Bower were neck and neck at the end of the half mile. Lake man took the first position just after the half mile and -held it to the end of the mile, com ing in one length ahead of Bower, winning the heat in 2.38). There was a bad start on the second heat, with Lakeman in the rear, but he soon took his rightful place. The Right Bower regained it, but the Bully Brooks, who had been far in the rear, claimed attention by crawling up on the last three quarters, and came to the score just half a head in rear of Bower. The latter horse was set back for running, and the heat given to Bully Brooks. Time 2.41}. The Bully Brooks held the first position throughout the third heat, being warmed to his work by the Carthage Boy, who was not a length in the rear, to the score. Heat won by Brooks in 2.43}. On the fourth heat Carthage Boy shot ahead on the start, but was passed by Brooks on the half mile. The heat and the race was won by Bully Brooks in 2.47. Second purse given to Lakeman. This closed the Fair on the grounds. Near ly all the stock had been removed in the after noon, and as the crowd went out, there was little left where there had been so much ex citement for four days, but empty stalls and deserted tents. The total receipts of the Fair will amount to about $10,000. Senators Elected. Androscoggin. Daniel Holland,* Lewiston. Aroostook. David Dudley,* Presque Isle. Cumberland. M. D. L. Lane.* Standish. Henry Carvill,* Brunswick, Samuel F. Perley, Naples. Charles J. Morris,* Portland. Franklin. Edwin K. French,* Cheaterville. Hancock. Hiram S. Bartlett.* Trenton, Sylvanus T. Hinks,* Bucksport. Kennebec. Joshua Gray,* Gardiner, George E. Minot,* Belgrade, Keuben Foster,* W'aterviUe. Knox. Rnggles 8. Torrey,* 8t. George, Edwin Smith, Jr.,* Warren, Lincoln. Samuel E. Smith, Wiscasset. Oxford. Thomas P. Cleaves,* Brownlie Id. Otis Hayford, Jr., Canton. Penobscot. Timothy Fuller,* Lincoln, Charles Buffum,* Orono, John B. Michels, Kcuduskeag. Piscataquis. John G. Mayo,* Dover. Sagadahoc. Joseph W. Spaulding,* Richmond. ' SoMEKSET. F'rank H. Webber, St. Albans, Moses French, Canaau. Waldo. Thomas W. Vose,* Winterport, Mehemiah Smart, Searsmont. Washington. Putnam ltolfe,* Princeton, Daniel J. Sawyer, Jonesport. Yoke. John B. Nealley,* South Berwick, Joseph C. Roberts.* Waterboro’, Joseph Hopkins, Saco. All republicans with the exception of Knox and Lincoln. Representatives Elected. AnDUOSCOGGIN—ENTITEEU TO 8. Ktpublieant. Auburn, Jeremiah Dingley.* I Danville, James Wagg. 1 Poland,| Luther Perkins, i Durham, John D. Osgood. East Livermore, Cyrus Knapp.* Turner, James M. Fish.—C Democrats. Lewiston, Ilenry A. Osgood, K. C. Reynolds.—2 Aroostook—entitled to C. Republicans. No. 11, Range 1, William Reed, lloulton, Ehen Woodbury.* l’resque Isle, Daniel Stiekney.* Dalton, Ansel T. Moores. Fort Fairfield, Isaac Hacker.*—5 Democrat. Madawaska, Peter C. Keegan.*—1 Cl'MBERLAHD—ENTITI.ED TO 18. Republicans. Portland, l’ercival Bonney,* Henry 11. Burgess.* Brunswick, Marshall Cram.* Cape Elizabeth, Henry Nutter. Freeport, Henry C. Brewer. Gorham, Frederic Ilobie.* Sebago, Luther Fitch. \ Westbrook, F'abius M. Ray. Windham, John C. Cobb. North Yarmouth, Samuel Skillin. Gray. Henry T. Simpson. Otisfield, David S. Andrews. Baldwin. Hirain Getchell.—13 Falmouth, (No choice.) Democrats. Portland, Nathan Cleaves, Chas. II. Haskell. Raymond, Orrin B. Lane. Harrison, Albert Gray.—4 Franklin—entitled to 5. Republicans. Farmington, Fred C. Perkins. Wilton, Leonard F. Green.* New Sharon, Augustus F. llolt.—3 Democrats. Phillips, Samuel F. Hinkley. Temple, A. K. P. Greene.—2 Hancock—entitled to 9. Republicans. Bucks port, Avery H. Whitmore. Ellsworth, Samuel K. Whiting. Penobscot, Leandcr A. Snowman. Blueliill, William Hopkins.* Eden, Fountain liodick Eastbrook, John S. Parsons. Trenton, K. K. Thompson.—7 Democrat. Deer Isle, Aaron B. Haynes. Orland, Isaac Partridge.—2 Kennebec—entitled to 13. Republicans. Augusta, Wm. T. Johnson,* John W. Chase. Ilallowell, Ariel Wall.* Gardiner, Daniel C'. Palmer.* Winthrop, A. P. Snow. Belgrade, Chas. W. Stuart. West Gardiner, Phineas S. Hodgdon. Mt. Vernon, Calvin Hopkins.* Monmouth, James G. Blossom. Windsor, Horace Colburn. Clinton, John F. Lamb. China, George F. Clark.—12 Democrat. Watersille, Solyman Heath.*—I Knox—entitled to 8. Republicans. Rockland, Sidney M. Bird.* Theo. E. Simonton. Washington, Hiram Bliss, Jr.* South Thomaston. John A. Emery.—4 Democrats. Camden, Edward Cusbing. St. George, Josiali Waterhouse.* Thomaston, Edmund Wilson.* Union, Levi U. Hastings. —4 Lincoln—entitled to 7. Republicans. Whitefield, Jason M. Carleton.* Wiscasset, Isaac T. Hobson.* Newcastle, Darius Mahony. Westport, Levi S. Ileal. Bristol, Joseph Ervin.—5 Democrats. Waldoboro', Isaac Reed.* Damariscotta, George S. Berry.*—2 Oxford—entitled to 9. Republicans. Paris, Henry E. Hammond. * Canton. Gideon Ellis, Jr. Denmark, William Bean. Norway, George P. Jones.* Buckfield, Nahum Moore. Brownfield, Nathaniel Hill. Sweden, Joseph Knight. Rumford, Jonathan Iv. Martin.* Bethel, Moses C. Foster.—9 Penobscot—entitled to 18. Republicans. Brewer, Jasper Hutchins. • Orono, John W. Atwell. Newport, Elijah Wynmn.* Charleston, Cornelius H. Norcross. Carmel, Benj. Robinson. Dexter, Nathaniel Dustin. Garland, Andrew M. Haskell. Etna, Daniel Buswell, Jr. Greenfield, Andrew T. White. Lincoln, William C. Clark. Eddington, Geo. S. Comins.—11 Democrats. Veazie, Wyatt Weed. Corinth, John C. Blanchard. Oldtown, George P. Sewall.* Bangor, Abraham Sanborn, * Janies F. Itawson, Philo A. Strickland. Springfield, Philip C. Jones.—7 Piscataquis—entitled to 3. Republicans. Dover. E. A. I hompson. Milo, James L. Bishop. Monson, Aretus Chapin.—3 Sagadahoc—entitled to 5. Republicans. Bath, Michael F. Gannett,* James T. Patten.* Top*ham, Daniel F. Potter.* Phipsburg, Cha*. V. Minot.*—4 Democrat. Richmond, James M. Hagar.*—1 Somerset—entitled to 8. Republicans. Mercer, Seth K. Willard. New Portland, John Winter. Norridgewock, Joseph Taylor.* Harmony, Darius H. Bartlett. Madison, William Hayden. Skowhegan, Geo. W. Hathaway.* Palmyra, Nathaniel Andrew*—7 Democrat. Moscow, Josiah II. Goodrich.—1 Waldo—entitled to 9. Republicans. Belfast, Willard P. Harriman.* Unity, William Taber. Searsmont, James Severance. Monroe, Ashur H. Mayo. Thorndike, Joseph Sayward. Lincolnville, Henry CrehorJ. Searsport, Isaac Carver.—7 Democrats. Winterport, George White. Morrill, Thomas Storer. —2 Washington—entitled to 10. Republican*. Milbridge, George Googins. Columbia, George II. Drisko. Dennysville, Daniel K. Hobart.* Pembroke, William Wadsworth. Kastport, Joseph Anderson, Jr. Calais, Frederick A. Pike.*-6 Democrats. Machiasport, Arthur Moore. Addison, Nathaniel N. Was*. East Machiai, Jame* R. Talbot. Meddybempa, W. W. Clook—4 York—entitled to 15. Republicans. Kittcry, Joshua II. Sanborn. Alfred, Caleb B. Lord.* Saco, Edwin B. Smith.* Berwick, George S. Goodwin. Waterlioro’, David Decring. Sanford, Simon Tebbets. Acton, Samuel G. Staekpolc. York, Joseph Bragdon, .1.* I’arsonsficld, H. G. O. Smith.* !• Democrats. Biddeford, John Quincy Adams, * ; John II. Burnhaui.* Elliot, James G. Jenkins. I.imington, Samuel M. Bradbury. Buxton, Thomas II. Berry. Kennebunkport, Enoch Couscns.*—0 | • Member of * former Legislature. To Let* V TENEMENT convenient for a small family.— j For information apply to EBI " I EES. Augusta, Sept. 19,1870. _—pCO-fit* OAK OEOVK SEMINARY, ! VASSALBORO’. rpiIE Fall Term of twelve weeks w ill commence L on Third day. the 23d of nth month, under the charge of Richard Al. Jones, A. It. as Principal, and a first-class teacher as Assistant. Tekms: Common English, - $4.50 Higher “ .... - 5.00 Languages, ------ 0.00 Special attention will be given to those studies which form the basis of a thorough education. 1'nusital facilities will be offered for the acquisi tion of French and German, as the teacher has studied both in Europe. Board in the boarding house. $3.00 per week. A limited number of rooms w ill be let to those who wish to board themselves. Both boarders and oc cupants of rooms to be under the personal care of the Principal. For further particulars apply to the Principal. Dili!GO, Kknnehkc < i>. Vassalboro\ 7th Mo. 19th. 5w-eow31 Tlie New Clipper Mower! A Wonder in Mechanical Progress Now ancl Novel Gear ! A T LAST a Mower appears that satlsfl •* V'v j\ wish for simplicity , dispensing with • .c old crank- motion. ami its •*L»lection of noise a . i ft i turn, the motion being impmted t‘* the si vihe directlv from the one motive gear; all counter fhafting is avoided, and the fewest number ol • es required and the draft greatly reduced. Thi- machine has had a season test, arid u dl be on sale bv the agents, with the Regular Clipper, as the NEW CLIPPER, but distinct iroin it, though retaining its more desir able features of a Steel Finger, Front Draft, i Ac., Ac. GEORGE B. WEAVER, Newport, U. I. GES’L AGENT. gept21-tlw Now on Exhibition at the State Fair IN THIS CITY. _ Pure Drugs & Chemicals FOR SALE At the Lowest Rates ! TOILET ARTICLES. FRENCH, ENGLISH, & DOMESTIC SOAPS, CAMPHOR ICE, Dentifrices, English Cold Cream, Coutlray’s Cosmetique and Pomade, Bay Hum, German and Domestic Cologne, Hair Oils, Dressings, Restorers and Dyes, Perfumery, Sachet Bags, Toilet Powders, Motn and Freckle Lotions, Camelia’ 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, PUFF BOXES, IVORY, TORTOISE SHELL, ,f HORS Dressing and Pocket Combs, FIXE COMBS, Nail, Tooth, Hair, Hat, and Clothes UHE8HE8 ! Thermometer*. Work Boxen, PORTE MONNAIES. Pocket and Bill Books ! Eeathpr Iluster*, PAINT & WHITEWASH BRUSHES, SPONGES & CHAMOIS SKINS! Cigar Case*, Cigar* and Tobacco, Humphrey’s Homeopathic Specifies, Wellcome's and Fitch's Remedies, *ml all the popular Patent Medicines, Pure Drugs, Chemicals <fc Family Medicine*, Frosh Frcssod Horbs NEATS’ FOOT, Lard, Sperm, Olice, and Kerosene OILS, cSee., cfec. *#-Call and examine, ami you will find PRICES EXTREMELY LOW. Physician's Prescription carefully compounded from pure Medicines at all hours of the day and night. Jl. C. DANA, Bni teitT AND APOTHEl iBY, Successor to J. P. Dkerlng, No. 7 Union lllock, Water Street, Augusta, Me. 1V47 Non-Resident Taxes IN the town of Winslow, in the county of Kenne bec. for the year 186D. The following list of taxes on leal estate of non-resident owners in the town of Winslow for the year 180P, in bills committed to 11. Paine, collector ol said town on the 2dth day of June, lttdb, ha* been returned by him to ino a* re maining unpaid on the 14th day of June, 1870, by his certificate of that date ami now remains unpaid, and notice is hereby given that if the said taxes ami in terest and charges are not paid iuto the treasury of The said town within eighteen months from the date of t lie commitment of the said bill*, so much of the real estate taxed as will be suRicient to pay the amount therefor, including interest and charges, will without further notice be sold at public auc tion at the store of C. C. Cornish in said town, on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1870, at one o’clock in the afternoon. c o Names ol owners. C * « £ £ B k cj o st d • a < > h Wm. L. Gowen. Eaton lots, 75 #300 #0.75 H. II. Campbell, Simpson and Proctor lots, 13i«0 29.30 John Palmer, 14 of 50 acre lot Xo.24, 25 150 2.93 Levi Morrill, part ol John Morrill lot, 13 acres 96 1.84 Albert Goodapeed, Pinklmin lot, IS1. 70 1.07 Heirs of B«nj.LlbfcyLEraB.ot ^ ^ #j#> Heir, of W„, Gilman. Wm™ ^ m |a R. R. Williams, Warren lot, 10 *0 188 Dr. Cate*, Jas. Furbur lot, 20 100 2 27 REUBEN MOORE. 3w39 Treasurer of Winslow. W. R. BALLARD, Druggist and Apothecary, Water . . . Street, HAT.U >WEI /Ij. MAINE. Ilallowell Savings Institution. H. K. BAKER, Treasurer. Office over the Northern National Bank. \ WATER STREET, HALLOW ELL, ME. Money deposited will be placed on iuterest, ami carefully and safely invested. EDWARD ROWSE, 1^4 Water Street, FINE J E W BLR. Y, -AND CTorliam’s Sterling- Silver Ware. AGENTS FOR THE W4LTH4M W4TOH ©©MF41¥» And Lazarus & Morris’ Perfected Spectacles. Special attention paid to the Repairing of all kinds of Fine Watches. Chronometer Balances Applied and Accurately Adjusted to Temperature and Position. Time Taken by Transit. BOS O RTH IS OFFERING Great Inducements TO BUYERS OF WOOLLEN GOODS, Ready Made Clothing9 SHIRTS, DRAWERS, ANI) EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Furnisliing: Goods. -oo my Stoclt ±m tho DAIIGEST over offered in this City i Large Sales and Small Profits! Those wishing Garments MADE TO ORDER will find it for their interest to call. Cutting Done at Short Notice. K. T. BOSWOBTH. 17^1 Water Street, >V«g:iistn. eeptlT-ttf Non-Resident Taxes IN the tow n of Aina, in the county of Lincoln, for the year I **'. The following li~l of taxes on real estate of non-resident or unknown owner* in the town of Aina for the year l».n in Mils committed to g. A. Paine, Collector of said town on the 23d day of dune, 18BU. has been returned by bun to me as re maining unpaid on the 23d day of June. 1870. by his certificate of that date, and now remaining unpaid, and notice is hereby given that if said taxes, and interest and charges are not paid into the treasury of said town within eighteen months from the com initment of the said bills, so much of the real estate taxed as will be sufficient to jny the amount due therefor, including interest ana charges, will with ! out further notice be sold at nubile unction at the house of the Treasurer in said town, on Friday, the •23d day of December, 1870, at one o’clock P. M. Owners or unknown. Tax. James Averill place, - • $13.44 Peter Rine “ * * * *}.21 Cushmau “ 4.4H Henry Hansen ** L. B. Weymouth, lot of land, • • 2.80 Charles nundlett place, - * * fi-00 Almira Nielmls’lot, ... 42 Beni. Lintel I, - - * *.20 ALBERT B. ERSKINE, Aina, Sept. 14,1870. 3w39 Treasurer of Aina. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.’S TllROl'GII LINK TO CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN. Touching at Mexican porta, anti carrying V. S. Mail Farm Greatly Reduced. Steamships on the Atlantic Connecting on the l’a AL ASK V eifle with the A IU/.ON A, C< il.OHADO, HK.NKY CHACNCY, CONSTITCTION, NEW YORK, GOLDEN CITJ , OCEAN yl'EEN, SACRAMENTO, NORTHERN LIGHT' GOLDEN AGE, COSTA RICA, MONTANA, One of the alxrve large and splendid steamships will leave Pier No. 42, North lliver, foot of Canal Street, nt LJ o'clock, noon, on the 5th und iilst oi every month, (except when those days fall on Sun day, and then on the proceeding Saturday,) for AS PI’S WALL, connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the Company’s Steamships from Panama for SA N FRANC I SCO,’ touching at M ANZAN 1 LLt >. Departures «*f 21st connect at Panama with Steam ers lor sol Til PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI CAN PORTS. Those of the 5th touch at MAZAN ILLO. For JAPAN and CHINA, steamer JAPAN leaves San Francisco, October 1st, 1870. One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult. M3F Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and utteuu to ladles and children without male protectors. Baggage received ou the dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroads and passengers who prefer to send down early. An experienced surgeon on board. Mc.licines anil attendance free. For freight, passi.gr tickets, or further informa tion apply at the Company’s ticket otliee. on the wharf, KOOT OK CANAL STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK. Iv2t) F. R. BABY, Agent. RICHARDSON’S New Metliod For the Pianoforte. Excelling in popularity ail instruction books for the piano. There is hardly a home in this country containing a pianoforte without this celebrated book. Annual sale 2.1,000 copies, and the demand is increasing. Published with both American and Foreign fingering, in separate editions. Price fi.75. Sent post-paid on receipt of price. OLIVER DITSON A CO., 277 Washington Street, Boston. O. H. DITSON A CO., New Vork. VITRIFIED CLAY PIPE, Double Glazed, or Glass-Coated. Sizes, 2 Inches to 24 Inches inside diameter. FOR DRAINS AND SEWERS. / VONTKACTOttS aid Corporations in want <d I / Sewer Pipe, will find it to their advantage to examine our stock of KSOLISH and SCOTCH Butt lolnt and shoulder Pipe; the largest and best as sortment ever offered in this country. For sale by JAMES EU.WOWO * CO. at Wharf iUt* to 412 Federal St., Boston. Proprietors or Boatoia Fire-Brick Works. Importers and Dealers in Fire-Clay Woods. Julv27-2ni:tl New Goods ! New Goods! We arc now opening our stock of SUMMER Dress Goods | Comprising all the NOVELTIES of the SEASON! We call special attention to our stock of BLACK SILKS! For Ladies’ Suits and Out side Garments. Also to our JAPANESE SIEKS. In Plain, Plaids, and Stripes, N. B.—Always on hand, Androscoggin Remnants OF BROWN COTTONS Barton & Bussell. June 13. 1870. Ttf Wanted Immediately! i GOOD GIRL TO DO HOCSE WORK. The A. highest wages will he u»i,l. ............ CHARLES HEW INS, Augusta, Sept. 17, 1870. Uf State Street. FOUND. INt. SHAWL. The owner can have the game by applying to GEO. A. HOWARD, Augusta. »ept20-.‘3D .1. T. CHASE. SURGEON DENTIST, HALLOWELL, MAINE. Dental work of every description performed in the best manner. Teeth inserted on Gold or Silver plates at *hort notice. Charges reasonable. Silks! Silks! Silks! GREAT BARGAINS IN •Ft x< -A. o IE szij m a s AT WARNER’S. F. II. JACKSON, ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW llullowelli Ale. OFFICE OVER AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK. Ij- Special Attention paid to oliectlng UllOU JOHN W CLARKE, MERCHANT TAILOR Water street, 1IALL0WELL, MAINE. _ J. W. TOWARD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.* Office on Wlnthrop Street, Kh6 of State Street.—Opposite Court Home. AuKSflAwtf