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_ ■ ■■■■ - ■■ . . I . , ■ ■ . : • VOL. 1. AUGUSTA, ME., THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 13, 1870. NO. 243 Jhmukc JmintiiL Published on Water Street, Foot of Court, AUGUSTA, MAINE. BY SPRAiilE, OWES <fc SAMI. Sailg ^Unncljcr Journal. Is issued every morning, except Sundays. Contains the latest news by telegraph and inuil, gives reports of the Markets, and Iia6 carefully pre pared political and local articles, and u generous amount of farming, home and miscellaneous read ing with a full compilation of State news. Terms, $7 per annum in advance; $8 il payment is not made within the year. Single copies 4 cents, to be bad at the bookstores and at this oflicc. Advertisements one inch in length, three in sertions or less, *i .uO; 25 cts. for every subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements, or those inserted for any considerable length of time, will be inserted at favorable terms to the advertiser. Special Notices 25 per rent, additional. Amusement Notices, $2 per square per week. Wm Scnncbct Journal. Published every Wednesday morning, Is the largest folio paper in the .stale, containing news, politieal articles, agricultural and scientific matter, tales, poetry, anecdotes, household recipes, markets, Ac., Ac. Terms $2 per annum in atlvance. Transient Advertisements, $1.50 per inch i'oi first week; 25 cents per week for each subsequent insertion. Special Notices, $2.00 per inch for first week: 50 cents per week for each subsequent week. Business Notices, in reading columns. 20 cents per line for first insertion; 10 coma per line lor each subsequent insertion. All transient advertisement* to be paid for In advance. Pure Medicines and Helicals! Brushes, Combs, Soaps ami Perfumery; CHOICE TOILET A\P PART ARTICLES! Physicians' & Apothecaries' Goods Curt Sp«m. Lari, E.r»i».f as! Autifwit Oi!(. Charles K. Partridge, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, Water Street, corner Market Square, (UNDER URANITE I1AI.L,) Has on hand a Largo Selected Stock kept fresh by constant additions, AND SELLS AT The LoweNt Market Kate* ! FOR GENUINE AND RELIABLE GOODS PartridgM Drag Slor«, Water 8lr„t, torarr Mirk.t Squir tljan701y Prairie Weed Balsam! SOLD BY July30-f3teod L. H. TITCOMB, Apothecary. STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS. Mr. A. F. Morse has just returned from Boston with a very large ami desirable assortment of Stereoscopic Views, which will be sold at Boston prices. He also makes ami keeps constantly on hand Views of Hallowell and Vicinity. Any views which his easterners may want whicT are not in his selection, will be ordered immediate ly. He has a great variety of PICTURE FRAMES on hand. * All orders for framing done with neatness and despatch. Pictures of every style, made cheap. The Public are invited to call at his rooms on Water St., corner Union St., Hallowell. and ex amine his stock. ljuly-ttf_ FIRST CLASS EATING HOUSE! PT\HK subscriber would inform the travelling pub JL lie that he has opened A First Class Eating House, - AT NO. 19 WATER STREET Gardiner, Maine, formerly known aj Somes' Saloon. The rooms have all been refurnished in the best possible manner. The Ladies' Room, up stairs, is large and elegantly arranged. Meals will bo fur nished at all hours. t Table Boarders Accommodated By the week at reasonable rates. And by strict attention to business, the Prop io tor hopes to merit a liberal share of the public patronage. i>. W. VINING. Gardiner, July 1*5,1870. }3m-julyl9 PLUMBING! milE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens X Ot Augusta and Vicinity that lie is prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing work at the shortest no tice. Those about to have water introduced into their buildings will do well to call on him before going elsewhere. II U. STRATTON, Corner Ilridge and Water Streets., Sati*faction guaranteed. Wtf Shooting Tackle. M. w7~LON|U, SUCCESSOR TO L, V. tf,ELAND, OTTINr SMITH And Dealer in Shooting Tackle of Every Variety Hide, ami Shot Huns made to order and war runted. Old Shot Duns rimmed out smooth and made ta Bhoot thick and strong. Also, Ammunition ol' the nicest quality. Repairing done Neatly and Promptly. Blaatlng Powder. The liest quality and largest stock ever kept in this market, for sale at factory prices. Country Dealers supplied In any quantity or quality at dis count. ljan-ly James W. Bradbury, Jr., U. S. COMMISSIONER, Offloe with Bradbury ft Bradbury, WATER STREET, - - AVGUSTA. SOU JVI A Gr EE'S NEW PORTABLE RANGE ! ! THE LATEST AND BEST. Comlnninif tlie Advantages of All Other* ! Witli man; \i;W and 0*ATEXTFI* Features. BEAUTIFUL IKT DESIGN ! PERFECT IN OPEIIATION ! CALL AND SEE IT ! Every Range Warranted in Every Particular !! For Sale by A. I». GOULD, One Door X'ortli Ituilroad Bridge, Al Lt'STA. Also for sole tile New unci I mproved “I'EERIjEHS" Cook Stove, For Coal ami Wood—The Beet Stove in the Market. The “Ciolden Engle Furnace,” For Coal, constantly lor Bale. ang25-ttf Harnesses and Harness floods ! Horse Clothing, Lap Robes, Saddles, RrlcUcs, Whips, Curry.comtas, Brushes, Cards, -Ad 1 lriuds of Iiitcfci iug, ICiico Boots and Trotting Boots. And Everything pertaining to u well regululed Stable COLLER & GARDINER, (Opposite Cony J/ousc.) 143 Water Street, Angiiftfu. Don’t pay two profits on your Trunks, but buy at the only place in Augusta where they are manufactured And sold at Manufacturer’s Prices, AT COLLER & GARDINER’S Augusta Trunk Factory! Sign oT tlxo “BIG THUNK.” HAVING engaged a First-class Workman on Sole Leather Work, we are now prepared to furnish Hole leather Trunks ol* tile Heist equality. The only place in Maine where a first-class trunk is made. CALL AND EXAMINE. Xo. 1 Eugrnle, Saratoga, Monitor, Zink Car} Trunks of all classes, T>a«lles’ Dress, Common Dress, VALISES, both sole leather and common, TRAVELLING A SHOPPING RAGS SHAWL STRAPS—In fact everything in the way of convenience to the travelling public. Coller «fc Gardiner, 143 Water Street, AUGUSTA. SOptlfi-ftf___ _ ___ MANSION HOUSE, i STATE STREET, : : AUGUSTA, ME 1* rpiIIS House is provided wit'a Bath Booms, X where llut and Cold Baths can had at nil times. It lias also a First-Class Billiard Hall, fur Guests only. Connected with the House is a largo ami commodious Sample Boom, on Water Street centrally located, where Sample Agents can show their goods, free of charge. The Proprietor, thankful for the liberal patronage which the above House has enjoyed since its open ing, takes pleasure iu informing his patrons that he will run Free Carriages to and from the Cars and Boats until further notice m Connected with the above House is a Livery Sta ble, where good teams can be had at reasonable rates. W. >1. Til AY EB, Proprietor. G. P. Cot HitANK. Clerk. James H. Leigh, DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic DRYGOODS ALSO, A(iENT FOR Wheeler & Wilson’s Sowing MaoliliioiM ! .Xr.l'.RLLN anil all Tools adapted to the Ma chines, constantly on hand. Water St., llallowell, Me. tlapr-tf_ __ Mass. Institute of Technology. I Entrance Examination Thursday, Septum It rf.r 2D. For Catalogues, apply to Professor SAMUEL Knkeland, Boston, Mann. sep7-codDt BATH TIBS, IMP PER BOILERS, Water Closets, Wash Basins, 11IIA8H & PLATE I> AV'A II I '., fast Iron Pipe, Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, And every article pertaining to Plumbing kept con stantly ou hand and for dale at H. R. STRATTON’S, Corner Bridge A- Water Streets. Under Hunt’s Hat Store. N. B. Plumbing iu all its branches done in a neat and thorough maimer. Particular Attention Paid to Jobbing. t!2apr-tf __ FOR SALE. IjtOK SALK in llalluwell, about Thirty acres of tillage and Sixty acres of wood land anil pas ture. For particular* inquire in Hallowed of sept43-fly THOMAS H. HUBBARD. CUSHNOC HOUSE. Comer ...is and Winthrop State Sts., • Augusta, Ale. T. 1). If/iLLARD, : : Proprietor. Guests tr..cen to and from tho Cars nnd Boats Free. HORSES AND CARRIAGES TO LET. HiHI.ilM.il)_ S. F. Davenport, Agent lor the sale ol‘ tin* celebrated SINGER SEWING MACHINES -h.SO ADEN FOR THE F I. O R ENCE SEWING MACHINE Hallowell, Maine. Place of busiuess has been removed to nearly | opposite Western Uni«m Telegraph Ofllee. Machines Repaired and Exchanged. ttf-june? BATH HOTEL, By o. 3VT. Plummer, • RATH. ME. Board, - - $1 per l)ay. flli»n-lv EDWARD ROWSE, 124 Water Street, m:\T.Kii in FINE JEWELRY, -AND (jorlianfs Sterling Silver Ware. AHEXT FOR THE WALTHAM WATCH ©QMFA1Y, And Lnzm'tis & Homs' I'lTfrcted Spectacles. Special attention paid t«» the Repairing of all kinds of Fine Watches. Chronometer Balances Applied and Accurately Adjusted to Temperature and Position. Time Taken by Transit. BOS W O B, T BE IS OMEKING Oreat Inducements TO BUYERS OF WOOLLEN GOODS, Heady Made Clothing, SHIRTS, DRAWERS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Furnisliing Groods. -00 3My IStoclL is tlio Xti\.HGEST over offered in tills City ! Large Bales and Small Profits! Those wishing Garments MADE TO ORDER will find it for their interest to call. Cutting Done at Short Notice. It. T. BOSWORTH. 17"4 Water Street, Augusta. mptlT-ttl'____ First Letter Foundry In New England. Commenced in 1817. Boston Type Foundry Always noted for its Hard and Tough Mrtal. And Us large varieties ol BOOK AND JOB TYPE, Atnl lately lor its unrivalled NewNpapt* r Faoew. Electrotyping Done in all Its Ilnuichcs. Address orders to J. A. ST. JOHN, Agent, 55 Water Street..Boston SUPERIOR TYPE METAL. Long experience and the utmost care arc noces sary to ensure good metal, even with a know ledge of the best combination*—therefore, the safest way is to buy of the oldest established Foundry. NEWSPAPER STYLES. Our Newspaper Fare* (body, two-line, and dis play) are of our ow n cutting, and the best made, as a glance at the papers we tii out will prove. COOK PACES. Our special specimen of IJook Pages show s grea variet\, adapted to all kinds of work, including our Kevivcd Oid si\lc>, the most perfect embodiments of the letter- «d' tht last century yet presented, tfttt J. W. TOWARD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AN1) SUlUiEON. Ollier on \Viiitliro|> Slrert, Las of Stat« street.—Opposite Court House. AuTfaft&w tf Picture Frames! CHROMOS, BRACKETS, ALBUMS! cV' cV p* • In La rye Variety. Picture Frames of any size made to order at short notice at Header's lMiotogrupli Mounts, Opposite Post Office, Augusta. tjunc2-tf MOSES M. SWAN, Watchmaker and Jeweller, b > ~ e W — 1 £ 2 - H u > S“ £ - 5 - 6 H His Stock embraces a line line oi American and Swiss Watches, in gold and silver case, including the celebrated National or Elgin Watch, Waltham, Tremout, lior* • in in, llonnett. Pardeaux, Jacot, Ac., in both I a* dies’ and gentlemen’s sizes. iPmo Grolci JT owclry, Solid Gold Leoniton Vest and Neck Chains, STICKUNO A COIN SlI.VElt GOODS, • FINE PLATEI> WAKE, SPECTACLES AND EYE 6LASSES, of the most approved kinds. CLOCKS OF ALL KIMJS, including the celebrated ITHACA CAKKNDAK all of which will be sold at the Lowest Prices, and Warranted. Particular attention given to repairing all kinds ot Fine Watcher. Chronometer Balances applied and adjusted to temperature amt position 4l}an70-tl‘ ELI G. JONES, M. D.. i’< r.ix'Ti< • Physician & Surgeon May be consulted on all forms of disease at his office in CHINA VILLAGE, ME. Graduate of “The Eclectic Medical College, Pa.,” mom bet of the “Eclectic National Medical Asso ciation, also im'mbcr of “The Maine Eclectic Med icul Society,” and graduate of the “Peuuaylvaniu Hospital” at Philadelphia. Special .titration paid to Surgery, .Hid u-ifenjs and aH*ea»e* ot II•omen and 4'kitdren. 44-All calls promptly attended to night or day. RKFF.KKNCE8 in PUIIAPKI.IHIA: Prof. .John Bu chanan. M. !>., 227 N«‘. 12th st.; Prof. .Joseph Sites, M l) . ME? N ■>. oth s*t.; Prof. James Cochran. M. !>., ;*ll Pinest.; Prof. Win. Clurk, M.D., 514 Pine #t. auglOwBw (.10. E. BKKKETT, M. 1)., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, AUGUSTA, ME. Office over Hunt's Cap Store, West End of the Kennebec Bridge. Residence on Spring Street. my20Y.8 talc's and fetches, i GETTING IN TIIE WHO.NG CAKItlAGE. The day was bitter cold—the track cov ered with snow, and the eastward-bound I train, of course, behind time. The wait-1 big male passengers stamped out their ini- j patience upon the cheerless, wind-swept j platform, and females huddled around the stove or endeavored to peep through the I dirty depot windows. Conspicuous among these might have been seen the pretty face of June Tracy. .She was young, anxious, and unaccus tomed to traveling alone; but having re ceived an invitation from an old bachelor uncle and maiden aunt who lived in luxu rious selfishness alone, had, after much urging upon the part of her mother (who already had visions of June being heir to their vast wealth) consented to make the v isit. The letter giving the invitation, contained minute directions how she was to reach the city, and informed her that a carriage would be waiting at the New Turk side of the ferry upon a specified evening, unless they wore notified to the contrary. June hail early and always impressed upon her the primness and propriety of AuntlTudence (Iriswald, who was fifty and unmarried, and the vast wealth and par simony of Uncle Nathan, and sat with many forebodings of discomfort watching for the train, and was half tempted to let it go on without her, when it at last dash edjjup to the platform. The erv of “all aboard" decided the matter, and she fol lowed the rushing throng, found herself hustled into a seat with scarcely any voli tion upon her part, and was whirled rap idly away toward her unknown and dread ed relations. A long anu weary nue brought her to the depot,and as she was preparing to leave the ears, a motherly old lady advised her to muffle up her ears or she "would cer tainly freeze them in that little, senseless hat." She smiled in reply, hut wound a soft, white wool cloud about her head so as to leave nothing visible but a pair of bright eyes, the tip of a pretty nose, and red, ripe lips, and followed with a palpi tating heart through the noise and confu sion, and shunned the vulgar gaze of the men, glad indeed, when the stormy river was passed. "A young lady here for the Griswald carriage?" shouted a man so near her ears as to almost deafen her. “Yes; 1 am the one,” she faltered in re ply, feeling as if she had suddenly found a friend amidst the Bedlam of jostling, fighting and importuning. "This way, if you please, Miss." In a moment she was led through the crowd, seated upon the soft cushions of an elegant carriage, and was being driven rapidly through the brilliantly lighted streets, half dazzled by the unaccustomed glitter and splendor. At length it stopped before a brown stone front, the door was opened, a ser vant assisted her to alight, she walked up the broad steps and instantly was clasped in the arms ot a gentleman, who rained warm kisses upon her lips, gave her a thousand welcomes, called her pet names,. impetuously lifted her in his strong anus, carried her into the cosy reception-room, placed her in an arm-chair before a blaz ing anthracite fire, and begun to relieve her of the cumbersome wrappings. Mau tasliion, he tore off the cloud, and loosing the fastenings of her hair, caused it to fall in a mass of lovely golden ripples over her shoulders. "What the devil?” he exclaimed, start ing back and crushing the jaunty little hat in itis hands—then gazing speechless at the beautiful girl who sat completely stu pitied by the reception, and wondering where was her curmudgeon of an unde site had expected to see—wondering if it could possibly be he, and ventured to call him Uncle Nathan and asked for Aunt Pru dence. "Uncle Nathan ! Aunt I'm—the deuce! There is some mistake. 1 know of no such persons as you name.” "Not know them? Is not this their house?” she asked looking anxiously around. “It certainly is not. Until 1 so rudely removed your wrappings—for which I beg pardon—I thought it was my sister Eva whom 1 am expecting home from board ing school. The mistake was natural un der the circumstances.” "Is not this the house of Nathan Gris wald? she asked again, rising trembling ly and with lace blanched even to the lips. “No, Miss. M v name.is Buswell, ami I am master here. It flashed upon her in an instant, that the somewhat similarity of names hud caused her to make the mistake, and glancing up at the dark and handsome face of him whose kisses were still burning upon her lips, her own became scarlet, and covering her face with her pretty white bands, she sank back in the chair and burst into tears. Fred Buswell puckered up his mouth and went through the motions of an imag inary whistle. “Poor thing!” he thought. “By Jove! Imt she is handsome; it is no wonder she is freiglitened to receive such hear embraces from an entire stranger when she expected to have been coolly welcomed by some antiquated uncle.” But he could not endure the torture of a lovely woman’s tears, and clearing his throat, said aloud: “l)o not be alarmed. Miss. 1 regret as much as you possibly can that l was so | hasty in my conclusions!” The wretch! when he was luxuriating upon the kisses he had stolen, and was longing for more! Up flamed the color between the deli cate white lingers, and the tears tell even faster than before. He saw that lie was making matters worse, ami with a mental and not over-refined expletive, he stopped short, walked to the other side of the room, rang the hell, and directed the carriage to be instantly sent hack to the depot to see if Miss Eva was not waiting there. Then lie resumed his place upon the heatluug, resting liis elbow.upon the mantle, and continued: "1 entreat you, Miss, uot to feel so bad ly over a slight mistake, and one to which any one wa <*ii able. It is more laughable than otherwise. As soon as the carriage returns I will see that you are taken safe ly to your friends.” "I thank you, sir,” she replied, slowly removing her hands and wiping away the tears; "but if you do not know who they are, how shall I be aldetotind them? 1 know only that uiy uncle's name is Na than Griswald, and that he lives in Univer sity Place. His carriage was to meet me at the depot and I understood the coach man to say, ‘Griswald,’ but he was so muf lled, and iu such a hurry, that 1 had no time to question.” A vigorous ringing of the door bell, and lie excused hiiusdf for a moment, and stepped into the hall to meet his sister. Poor June could hear their voices—the sis ter playfully scolding because she had been so long kept waiting in the horrid depot, until she was almost frozen, and then had to ride in a lumbering old hack, and closed by standing on tiptoe, and giving him a sisterly kiss. fcpNCLLDED IN TO-MOKBOW’S I’AFER.] IMPORTANT FACTS! For the Public. NEW EASTERN DEPOT FOR THE WORLD RENOWNED P I IC^T Gr *1 ■'* T SEWING MACHINES, Opposite the Post Office, AUGUSTA, - - MAINE. Those Machines, by their simplicity, durability,and the great range of work they execute, have gained u reputation truly enviable. The famous success of the Singer Manufactur ing ( omi’anv has stimulated many other compan ies to put forth all their energies and talents to prod nee a sewing machine that would eclipse or equal the singer, but in every case they have sig nally tailed, as is plainly shown by the fact, that of all the travelling agents—“runners or drummers” —of other companies, none have the assurance to claim more than an equality with the Singer, even upon any special class of work. There are many sewing machines, now offered to the public, that have their good points, and are of much assistance to the housewife and the industri ous seamstress. Parties purchasing a sewing ma chine of any sort, find the improvement on the old fashioned way of sewing by hand so great ami pleasing, that they are naturally, hut erroneously, led to believe that they have the best, until the spell is broken by the introduction of the Singer of 1S70 into a neighbor’s family, which is sure, by the in creased rapidity and ease with which it does every kind of piaiu or fancy sewing, to awaken them to a positive, although it may be silent acknowledge ment of the painiul truth that there are very many varieties of work that are easily executed upon the Singer, but that they must either be content to do without, or exchange, at a heavy pecuniary sacri tice. their eurved-ueedled, frail-powered, unrelia ble-tensioned, low speeded or ravel-stitched ma chine for a Singer Xeto Family Machine. Various expedients are resorted to, that the pub lic eye may be turned from the Singer for the pur pose of introducing inferior machines—viz, “The Button-IIole Dodge,” “The Over-Seaming.” “The Don bie-Lock-Knot-Stitch,”“ Elastic Stitch;* “Twist- • ed Loop,” “Self-Adjusting Tensions,” “KingFinish and Beautifully Ornamented.” “Straight Needle,” “Stitch-Alike-on-both-Sides,” “Medals from Fairs,” “Vertical Feed Bars,” “Noiseless Running,” “Silent Feed,” and last and worst of all, the low-priced— “Family Shuttle Machines.” Many of these points arc desirable, (and the Singer excells all in each individual speciality) but the greatest use made of these spe< ial points, is by the retail agent who parades them before the inex perienced purchaserWith such Iluout and earnest style, as to entirely divert attention from the really important tiearing's of the case. While other inno cent local agents ignorantly represent that the ma chine sold by them is capable of doing every varie I v of work, equal to the Singer, and often do they thus unconsciously sw indle customers who cannot afford to squander their substance upon gilded follies and worthless rattle-traps. Parties in quest of a Sewing Machine should look about them and learn what machine is most exten sively used in families, tailor shops, shoe factories, and carriage factories. It is an acknowledged fact, trccly admitted by all seictng machine dealers, that more than tiro-thirds of all the clothing worn in this country by both sewes, whether custom made or ready made, h actually manufactured upon The Singer sewing Machine These Machines are manufactured by one of the oldest, strongest, and most enterprising Compan ies tiiat has ever been engaged in the business in the world. Throughout their immense manufac tories, which are kept in coustant opera'iqp “day and night,” none hut highly skilled mechanics are employed. Newly improved machinery is em ployed" turning out each part liuiehed to that me chanical exactness, that every one Is a perfect du plicate of the other in size, weight amt nuish. All new inventions are carefully examined and tested, j and if approved, are adopted, regardless of ex I pense, while the many impractical humbugs that I are patented, are left to grace some new wonder and learn the purchaser when too late, that hu has • paid too dear for his whistle.” It should be re numbered that the Singer Manufacturing Com pany has never made a poor Machine—from the very first twenty-odd years ago. They never buy editorial notices, or expend funds in “log-rolling” at Fairs to gain medals or premiums. They simply make their Machines as valuable as iiiuih v and science can perxect them—place them in their Sales Rooms, and leave the public to And out their virtues in their own w ay. By this straight forward course they are now manuiucturing about four hundred per day, and at that rate, even, are unable to supply the demand. WHAT IS Till; NEW FAMILY SLM.KK Or lb70 T i It is the oeneent rated result of twenty years ex perience in building sewing Machines. I Ir uses verv short straight needles. | It makes the Shuttle or Lock-Stitch alike upen I bulb sides of the work. I It is very light running and has a silent feed. It i« very easily kept clean, and is always in j order. , it is less diiticult to uuderstaud and learn to ' operate than any other. It has the most simple and easily adjusted ten sion ever invented. If is less liable to rust than any other. It is so constructed that du»t cannot cuter it or oil drop lrom it. Jt works equally well upon the finest Lace or heaviest Beaver Cloths. It w ill hem ruining* of dress goods over seams w ithout any preparation. It is very high-speeded, and requires very little power to keep in motion. It w ill out-wear any other Family Machine ever made. It will Hem, Braid, Fell, Cord Tack, Uuflle, Em } hroider, Bind, Trim, Ac. | it costs #»>0 delivered at your house, set to run i liiug and w arranted. j Covers, Folding Tops, Cabinets, according to flu ! iah, $i>5 to The prices named above, are the cash prices at : the Manufactory, but knowing that the various cir cumstances ot all w ill not admit of the rigid C. O. I>. principle, it has been decided to divide the amount into monthly or in some cases weekly pay ments, in such a manner as will best suit the con venience of the purchaser. This is done purely for the accommodation of the patron, as no extra charge is made from tbe regu lar cat-ii prices. No charge for instructions In operating the Sing er’s upon any class of work. Keiuember the Place—Opposite tbe Post Office, : at the Fancy Goods and Picture Frame Store of 8. p. PMMMEK, Water street Augusta. N. B.—Superior quality of Twist, Threads, Nee dles, oil, and all sorts ot'Sowhag Machine Findings h r sale at Manufacturer’s prices. A#*Please call and examine. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. Augusta, Maine. auglSDAWti HARDWARE! At WILLIAMSON A G BEEN WOOL.1'