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Editorial and Selected It tins.
—Judge Ttplvy is to deliver the Ora·
lion Ht Uwi»<iMi «hi Decoration .1%\,
—See Bolstet ά Haskell* -advertise·
ment ol uew goods. They are well
•locked up, ami will toll a* cheap »« can
Ik* bought elsewhere.
—Mr. J. R. Merrill says he sowed
gram ou the I7th nisi. and harrowed j
snow over it.
—Mis» Kannie Churchill will teach the
District school υη the Hill, this summer, '
Sh« will roMmoscti on next Mondav,
May 27 th
—.Mr. Xnhom Moore ami Jason Karrar,
ot Buckiield, two right down good lei
lows, have pnt » art t»| entirely new
Cards into their Mill at Buck Held, ami
will be prepared to do Custom Wool
Carding to the satisfaction ot all, about
the lirst of June.
—At η Republican Caucus held in Paris,
to elect delegates lo the Congressional
Convention at Auburn on Wednesday,
the iollowing were chosen : 1*. C Kick·
el. Jonas Bisbee, S. R. Newell, Κ. K.
Shaw, W. K. Kimball, Κ. K. Stone and
G. A. Wilson.
—Jn a visit to Boston. last week, we
noticed that the season is as lor ward with
us as there, excepting the tree*, which
were in blossom The gras* looks btttei
than near the scaeoa»t, where there was
les· snow and more frost in the ground.
— Our editorial excursion will Im to Ml
I>e#ei t July 9th. and a tine time may l>e
anticipated. The Massachusetts editors
prop·*· gtnug up the Hudson.
— Mr. James Kdgecomb. Brownlield,
a«lv«-rtise> lor »erviee two of the best
*io<Jt horses in the State. Pequ vk»l i> a
Hambletouion.and Coupon a (ien K«»vx. |
Κ Β Maxim ha> gotiv into the gen
eral agency busiuees. lie advertise* lor
agents to canvass an two beautilul map»,
charts, pictures, etc. Having seen red a
'■"Κ1' territory ou these articles, lie is
able to offer very large commission to
whom he wiahe> a lai^e mini*
l»er.
— Αιtenlkin is called to the ad\eiti>%·
went οι N. J. Cushtran, Noith Paris
The animal which be advertises is u wrv
suj>erior one. and all farmers who » oh
to improve the breed of their stock wili
do well to patroui/e him.
— Mr. M. VV. Clark, the well kn«>Mu
caterer lor the traveling public, at Dan
ville Junction, has recently tilted up. in
fioni of his dining rooms, un enclosure,
with a lountain in the centre, in which
s*ip three young deer—one brought liom
Ohio, and the other two captured »be past
w iuter near Kendall'* Mills, says th,·
Lew islt-n Journal.
—Tiie Collector would remind the de
linquent tax payers of Paris that bt pav
i-ig their taxe·» υη or before the twentieth
day »t June they will save e »»t.
— A correspondent of the Boston Joui
ual aays that many farmers are leaving
various parts ol Oxford County for the
West, !*ing discouraged by ihe pas! hard
season with Maine farming The farm
ersof Maine, like those ol all other lo.
ealiliei, have hni aa.o λ bel oie.
and, with the Pre-, ,|,all .o si w to
be'ieve that ihe ρ i>t season will cause an
unuMiai number to think that Elaine i,
only a good Staii t » leave
-A dead bod ν ««s drilled upon tl,u
η M -«t SicQ, and Hie eoMMterSi »eii·
tent ioua verdict was "Dealh b? aeciden
lal drowning." \ more comprehensive
verdict never wis recorded. Nobody
t"ew '4 ho the IkmIv wj.5 when j|| .v.i.'U
participât ton in the attars or this lite,
nor ha I any I teal j even heard of the case.
ll'»«* should we ever get along without
inquest»!
jlit hes* the dwelling house
and out-building belongiug to Antonio
H*tto, situated in Brownlield. together
Vjih |hçif copient·, werp ileslfoypd l>y
pie oif ltie«dajf, the fth inet. Loss about
• which there was an insuijtnco
at tbo agency ot Loring & Thurston,
Portland, of $*θυ.
— λ correspondent wriiine Irom * ance
...» · α ι
ix>4.«»' says · I sent to l}a;igor for ^oipe
flour ior parties in this place The mer
chant «oui me some manufactured l>y the
l'ai i·» flouring Co.. So. Paris, and 1 am
ha μρ\ to say il gives peiiert satisfaction.
— Mr. Veh'Miiiah I.incoln was orJainQi}
|)^iorof Hie Hongiegatjouai church iu
ftridgton oi. Wednesday of 1a->t \\«ek.
e 9
—The Mechanic Falls correspondent
\j[ ttio f:ewi»ton :Jo*;itvt{ L,. ({.
|'h»" r of Nt<i w:ij. »upp!iro *>·| ilip i ni
ir:«ali*l Socir'y here on Sunda}.the 12th
just. Key. J. Sjiuw ui Weslhrook.wiM
vomer tnu same i.tvor on the lttlj.
—A lady be'ongiug iw Oxford Count},
»ixtv Years o| age, ha* l>een working in
one of the mill* th« pa*t winter to earn
Mtunry to pay tor !h«· rami stock L:«»l
l»ii he r.toi-k oottli) not heboid, anil rath
er than *ee them starve, the energetic old
lady went to work in one of our mills,
*|)d }nw e&WPd enough lu *;»v« ii.e Hock.
We comment! her example to the thrill
less who have lei their animals practical
ly starve - Ltn tUo/i Journal.
A lay woman in Providence, a milliner
Uj Ua«ie, hat nevertheless a favorite
•thorter at the eveniug meeting;* of the
elect, thus gave her reasons for belief in
the existenco of a Supremo Being Sis
ters, I am juntas confident tint ll»e:u
)· a (Jot! as I am thai there are bonnet> in
Paris, and ih.it 1 know for ourtaiu, as I
y«»t«iday icueUed frotu there a ehoi'jv
assortment of the most fashionable styles,
which 1 will trim with more taste ami sell
lower than an? milliner in the city."
τ «
(Million! In oui change ibh; eli
mai*» coughs, colds and diseases of t'«t
thioa», lungs and chest will always pre
vail. Cruel consnmption will claim it>
victims. These disca*·*, it attended t<
*|n time. can be arretted and ρμιρϋ. Tht
idiuetly U ftr. IK^ar1* RaUan* of Wila
Ohtrru.
w
There are several kinds of wornn
which trouble horses; the pin worm·
(pointed at both ends) are the mos
common and most dangerous. Skeri
dan's CmwUry Condition P-twderg will ii
a few days eiect the worms, and lh<
hor^e will begin to thrive,
THE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN!
Γ II TC
OXFORD DEMOCRAT
AT
FIFTY CENTS
roE
The Campaign !
The Presidential Campaign is at haud,
and promises to be one of the most ex
citing the country has ever passed through.
Κ very one will desire to be ported on the
issues of the day, and to meet the wants
of the people in Oxford County, we will
sen 1
THE OXFORD DEVOCU4T
Fwn JUNE FIRST. "Dinx.^ t-.e Canpiiçn, giving the
Result, in NOVEMBER.
Vt«K
ONLY FIFTY CENTS!
Let our Republican friends, in every
towu make an effort to extend Republican
principles, by starting subscription lists,
at these
Extremely Low Hates!
And they may help the cause very mate
rially !
We ou^ht to have
ou; reoisAMi :
More names, on these terms, and reach
every voter in the County. No better
way to accomplish favorable results can
be devised than to
Circulate the DEMOCRAT!!
GET yPOLUBS
IMMEDIATELY ! !
Slutr I rinix raiUT ftrforiu Club'
Α «b-lcgale (. onvention of the Tein|»er.in«v Ur*
to» m ot Maiac « ill be held at Meouiau lUll .
\iiyti»ta. on Wedt»c*day, J into Jth. 1 STi u; lo't-R
V. Μ ,Ι,ιι the «ιί feinting t Male or^ttii·
ι·ΙΜ»η, the object of wtii.-h shall be t·» *ι»ι· uui
f-nuity to our ΡΙ«»ϋχ«·, t_on*iitNliou ami By Uni,
t'iriMU'kaatthetUii, ami to «d ν tee and eMUx-l
ta It ut.'wr a» to ttie mea-i of | iront »:»u^ om
||i>r:ou« :md <1ί»««ιιιίαα:ΐ·( the priii »i»t«-»
of reform att.l tot.il :ib-i urn ν all oTcr lit· 1 tu I
< »ur «>bjeot· uru neither r uraii u<>r political,but
i«t!i»plT the deration of our frllon men, by tu oral
: n.« lea·! tti£ t!tt'tu ml·· the |>*tu ot a hixlu-r
and l.eUorlifc. K.cL (Tub «hall !>e culitled to five
«le! e<aie«
Ktee ri '.tru.uuioi.; w til l>« offered to ,di del»
^atc» v»h > tuav Attend and fio· return ticket* <»»vr
the railroad*.
J Κ · »Μ«Η»ι». Pres. Gardiner Koforiu Club,
«.κ·» Κ BftiCKt'TT. Pre* AucuaU
►\ II Wli MOCTH. Pr·*, MalljwcII
l»fc\ II» υ Κοτ. Pie·. Rath
iihoK'-R Ηλι.κκ Pre· Kichuioud
κ W sntfioû ιίλ·- PuMriNttti " *
11 It t ι MMlv.s. Pre* Η ιιηλ*.**.Ί
Κ. Il M»v»>. Prvs. Aubuni
l. t 1'»λ Κ Prr». LlWbllW '
AUU«»N WmiTTE*. Pre» PittMield
I Κ. KlMRALL, Pre*. Rockland
Hcthvl Retail Market,
MAY silt. ia?*j.
»οκκκι ι ι 1» WKEkLY It» Κ Λ CHAPMAN Χ < u
Ai»|»le*—«irted 9· 1«M* ut.v
RutU-r -5υ«·. β 25r.
Ite.in* ψ Itu»., T."> «j 3.."it>.
t lieree—y ft Is-. 4 2.V.
t uffre- if Si H* ·% .'Î.V
t. ont—V bu».. sic.
¥ «lut . Ile. n 1«χ·.
Κ lour—f bbl , $·>« jtt g fit 00.
Poik ψ bld.. 91S.0Ù w #-.ou>
Sait— ψ bu-., TV.
MeU"«sf - (al.. In·. s 65c.
Ilay—ψ toe. tiS ο» « f .k .00.
«»ai* — ψ bu» . UV. 4 70c
I.itu· r *«k. 11 ..Ni .» f J nu
kpct ial !M«ûi'rs.
«•il ΓΟ 8IOO PEK WEEK!
nind«<*a-\ by any lad) . io 'ju') *ol ! lu i> ii)Oi)(h»
Πι·· in >·ι 4iM'| kiwcio» «iwr uivcitieU for
iu.4»iit««i ur >tu^ie la<Ut·*' u*c
\o KKMAl.K ». ΛΝ IH> WlTHOl'T TIIEU.
IHitable, Kb'ifatit, Cheap, sntl what ha* al way *
breu «aiih-M, au>l .ihvay» will. Prolit· laiv»·
U ïhl» tjr »λΙ«· I 'y .*t^t:i;là >-α·ι u«.ik· iormn«
j,*u'l.»r.i article·. Ctr«*nlars fre«·.
A'I'Ire*- ItAN|»A.\\H .M am *ACIl Uîm. <'« ,
New Y«*rk. ly au#»
SiUiN UiaiJAaiia.
PbKlO a inriul Ml ( "MMm.SH 1M> PI M
PL Κ HI MLt*ï — Tht >kin M« I ici ne of the a jre.
1· *»»rr*uted to curt FLESH WuKU», PIMPLE*.
tniMi···, luncm ihlfiithm «'f Ike he·
Sold bv all I>ruyyistt. l>epOt W lîond M., Ν Y
f ur *1 oih l*ut< hr». Freckle·
Λ NI) 1 AN. l'»K ΓΚΚΚΐ > MOTH A\|J
!■ Khi KL Κ 1*0*1 |t)N* Thf tellable
Λ! ι u«ru»lè'* rt.uiCtIy ter flruwn ni^cojotatien·
of flic t'ace l'-rtpaivl ouly by Dr. 1! ι.· Penry,
OrrinatoloutM, 4t> lioud Mrprt, N>*r York
Sui'l by />ruy</Mfj cteryicht-re. narl^Mi Kill
l'wfaty-Eighl Years* Practice*
Ιιι the treatment of l»i>ea«e* iu fv^alv. ·
ι Ik»· placed ok tyfyn tifBrt VfV!rV*
ι su l.^r4CUW * specially ,aud enable# him
1 to gu tinuiee a «peedy ami permanent cure in the
*«or»t ca»e» of Snpi>rtsaion and alt other Veiufra
»/ />« rumffrmmte, from tchatexrr cause. All lettei »
1« r .ι lvi«*e mu»! contain $1. Ofhce No 'J Κ>» 1
' 'TVTUSF litVosr
V '» U>*id Ump··!»»;»! lu u,o*e i)u»iriu£ to ie
I main under treatment.
Β»«ton, July. ISfJ. |]f
Tu· « «use «Γ Trmptrmicf flud* sviueof it»
uioot iiuidiou» aud daugerou· toes in the mauy -o
1 al!e4 " toute·"' and "appetizers," made up of
cheap %»hi»key and refuse lk|iiorf, linished up to
uit l«-praved appetites, under the ninin of tncdi:
■u » · ptj. W^t^BK ,jl ^«μ^ΐΗ,Νΐλ Ν |Ν£*(ΛΗ Ml*·
ifeHr *t< uouu ui tt.»»u TUev are nul abacm^
but α genuine mediciac. purely vegetable, prepar
ed trv.n» California herb* bv a regular phyaieian.—
For all d(»ea*e· wi th« stomach, liver, kidney»,
I bladder, *kin and bloo 1, they are an ii)(aM|b{e
unriva!]f«j rîtfC<i, myM-lw.
If you feel «lull, drowsy, debilitated,
despondent, have frequent Headache,
nt 'UVh las'.es U:*.tily !" mopping. irregu
lui ampoule and tongue coated, you ate
I Mfttriitf trout Torpid Lit er or
lac·». 1·MPC«aat ot "Liver G Β·
•^'llL^iion" only a part ot these symptoms
are Capet k :ι< m! Al a remedy for all
such oases, ]>r. Pierce's (iolden Medical
Discovery ha· no equal, as it effects per·
Ucl cures, leaving the liy^r strengthened
and healthy. Sold by all first clas-î dr®iT
gi*u.
5>afk a no Rluablk.—There is no dis
ease of the human system for which the
Vkuictixk cannot be used with pertect
safety,as it docs not contain any metallic
compound.
Factories and machine shops should
not t»e allowed ι«» rnn a day without
Johnson* Auodyne Liniment. In ease
ni a >uddeu accident, an immediate use
ι it may save weeks of suffering, anil
perhaps a limb, οτ even life.
Art tit a fait and protracted trial ol
lei low* Compound Syrup of li>|>ophoe
phitef. we consider it a very valuable
, nervous tonic. Lu «ut parsing many oth
; er* of considerable repute, and well
worth) the conlidence ol the profession
■ generally.
, Λ. 11. CHANDLER M. p.
. IJ. A. JACOBS, M U.
Munctos, X. ii. Nov. 9, 1867.
« ASTOHl l -i» * bdcutiUc vegetable prepara
tion; a perfect substitute fur, and more eflTcetivo
than Ctirtor OU, ami is pleaannt to lake. It cleans,
e* lin· «yitfin in a most remarks hle manier: tlufs
u<4 ilkrti» ur Kii|Mi but opérât* .» hImii .ill «.liter
reme>Uc« kâve lliled. Il i* certain to superset 10
Pills. Castor Oil, Narcotic», Syrup*and ail oth«-r
purgative and exciting modietnet. The Caitorin
contain* neither Minerals, Morphine nor Alcohol.
By it* entoilent, soothing effect, it assimilate.* tlir
food and produces natural sleep particularly
adapting it to crying mid teething children. Itcurt s
Stomach· Ache, Wind Colic, Constipation, Flatu
lency. Croup, and kill* worm». Make your drug
gist send for it; lie will always keep it, a* evei ν
lamily niu-t hare it. It costs hut llfty cents a
bottle. aprS0>4w
HOK\.
In Portland, May 4th, to the wife el .folia Moore,
late of HuckfieM, a «ou.
In North Peri*. Mut 13th, to tli* wife of John
Kidlon, a daughter.
MARRIED.
In Andove,, May I .Kb, 1»» Η v. Ira <ί. Sprague,
Rev. Γι a nets flmmn, nl kubeniflMiIlM K.
\«'llie of ttumfoid.
In Canton, May '.Hh, by lb·* Selh W Perkius,
Mr .Anion L Harlow, of Peru, and Mrs. Adelia
Ku«tia, of (.'xntoa ; Ms\ Hrli Mr. Alexander <>
Nel«on, ot ltoston, and Mis. Nine* V. Thomas, of
canton.
/>//·:/>.
In t'oittan·!. Μ.ιν I -11 Mrs llrieu Λ Ouïe, Wife
of the late Joseph <· t οΙλ. | Λ ,rA|a
In Altukoy, May .Id. Mr* Saunders « ido»' of
Joshua >aui»ders, late ol Albany. aged 7J years.
In VI Itoii Plantation, April 12th, Mr A-a|Se»
sions. aged about
In Ka»t I turn ford. April a tit, Mr.Jeieniiah Put
nam, aged at,out 70.
New Advertisements.
1872.
To all wlioni ît may concern !
KISTOW ΎΚ
THAT
BOLSTERsHASKELL
Have m·»* ht «tore u
I, A I! (i Κ
V M»
(omiiTi; stock
Of Goods, k><mglit
LOW for CASH,
Which lite* η ill
Kl! PLEASED TO SHOW
To all w ho may « all desiring to purchase, and
Them such good- as t'ey iiijv want
AT
KEMAHKABLV
LOW
PRICES.
OUR STOCK
Is
TOO EAR tit:
To mettrai each particular article, thej «More, ni·
will simply -ay. we ha»»· «
FULL LINE ' GOODS,
St 1TABI.K FOR
ΊΊ ΙΕ SK A so.\.
i
l*i« a-e call ^U'i rximint' our $.'<»ο·1ι», and te· il" the
Γ U I c i:
*
Vr« Hot An
_L_j X> * 53^
Α» «'.til he IV mi η ! lit
. OXFORD COUJSTY
HOLSTER & HASKELL.
S >utli Paii«. J ith 187'.'.
TRAVELERS'
Insurance Company.
STATEMENTS. 1,1872.
ASMÎTS.
Cash in Bank mu>t hands οt Agents, ό·>
Lmwoa VSrtt 1|<|ήΜ|Μ Ben K«late, ·.->;· 47
UKeimwl j^retuiiuu· (Wing balance «#Γ
Seuil-Anuual and (^naiterh Premi
ums), .«7 7">4 8S
Accrue»I Interest (uot «lu*·;,
Cailed Stale* (joTernment Hondo, ;WI,7fu uo
State and Municipal Bondi», j ·' j.ujfcj it»
Railroad Stock and Bonds in'^W #u
taiiiik St<^ck, ' £&ϊ,8β7 OU
Πηι1»λ> V.i»erMjpi 3· Assurance Com
paujr's Stock, IJkJ.lÛO CO
Other Securities, î,78ï< ··'»
Total Asset», ^I.VIU.KU te»
IIAHIUVlk».
Claim* ui^adiueu-d ami nut due. _.·· «-λ <ιι
lor Ae ianur^ ^,,,, De,,ai;(. ,π.^Ι 01
" Acculent " ltU.rtf» 7i
Total Liabilities, il.'JIJ.UW 11
>urjilu- a- regard» l'olicj-lj >1 I ι -, 907«.0:il 37
AGKNTS.
U M. J. HHRELEQ, South Pari-.
t'RKELAXD UOffK, . Norway
WliltEtV J. (ΊΙΛΚΚ, Portland, «eu. Aft.
uivïl 3w
Stock Raisers !
REMEMBER !
γοκ si.or»
You eau Lave the lise of as good s
FULL BLOOD
DTJRHAM BULL.
For tlis t uiiiin* tv ή»ιι, a- ran be fouud
iu Oxford County.
Call on the subscrib· r,
Λ. J. C18HHAS,
m> _, . * \orlh Paris.
KOTK !..
ΓΓΜΙΙ^ is to forbid all peoons iiarborin/or tru*t
J. lug mv wife, Sai,ome I.. I>im;lkv, on ut) ac
count, a » f shall j»ay no bill" ol l»e> contraetini
after this date. WILLIAM DINOLEY.
Bethel, lia. 14th, l>7^. mvjl-.'tft
All Kindft of
job p> RiisrTiKTα
DOSE AT THI3 OFFICE.
β
* f -
Ift amble tuition Mullioto.
PEQU AWKET.
Will make the ensuing *eu-ou ai
BKOWNFIELD,
OXFORD CO., Mit:
Λκι ι i· η bay, eeven tciih old, 1·'·\ haudi
high—waa sired hr tildeon. he by Hyadlyk's Ham
hlbtoidan; «lam, l»y 11 it am Drew, grand mi by Κ a
(«.a >It»i fc.
Tin· two fa*te.-t trotting stallions iu the woild
tin» la»text mare and Hip laftcet gelding arc Hani
blntonions. to w ΙιΜι l'c«|uakct I* clo«cly
ill hh>Ol|.
COUPON,
Β* (HON. KNOX ; dam I» ν Young Abdallah, will
make tin· senaon at tli·* name stable.
» «·ι ! η » ν ι full brother to the celebrated trot
ting stallion, Jul«* Jerguseu, former!) Logan
»>r i.ittlcihid cyli, m il· ] Is considered second tc
none oi the untrained get oi hi* celebrated aire.
1 KltilK: For ««ithoi-horse—St asou service* pro
ducing u I -ai, $Ai. Producing uo loal, $10.
Auv mare allowing a la ter trotting g;'.it than
!'ci|uakct. when :;t hi- rxrt.-ise, ivlll r#i:«'!vc hi"
cervices free.
Mares kept on reasonable term», but no risk*
assumed.
For full ι edigrees and de»eriptiou, addrt -,
JAMES EIHÎKI'4))IB,
llrowiifleUI, Oifiird Co., Mr,
"Truth is Mighty, and will Prevail."
VEGETINE
Purifies the Blood and
Restores the Health
General Debility.
i>ebility Is a term un d to denote dtdicitfBcy of
blood. The cuti ili»· constituents the blood are
in b»es than their regular proportion»·, ι hil· llu·
watery part is in excès». Hebilitv is of frequent
occiii ri ne«* It is iucidtnt to a \ ai 'ety of Hises^e
The lower limit- are npt to be swollen. The patient
ι* and ι «ilnot bear id**<*!) exertion. Ί he clr
ι ulation ι- it i«ignjar,hui almost always weak 1 .t I -
oitaiiou of the heart i, a scry #οι»ιι·>οη symptom.
\ iolent enio|ion often throw s the lirait in',ο tlx·
most tumultuous anion, Tli· vital function, an·
lai guullvpei toi un I 1 ne muscular «irength > di
nmn-hrd ; I.Uigur follow · moderate or »li<lit c\,r
«■ i»e. Tit breathing tin. ugh quiet λ* h»u at re t.be
comes hurried and e\crt ptiiufnlh agitated und-r
exercise ji« in running.narenilinir heigh'·. ,V< The
> nei * au, system ι, often „ieatly <:i**rdeml< \ jt n
. ·. <li</ n«:*», nnd s idling of fjiiutne*» ·ιβ »m
romimm. Violent neuralgic pains in the head.-id··,
brva»t or other part» ol trie bod) ,ai"cal ο frequent
altcu.taut* upou the diseise. the accretion·· are
■ ·■;:»« times diminished. In females tin· ineii*c
hi (ι ,'t|pQt'· always either suspended or very imr
ti;illv j'urltnHieit The bilo is »oautv «nid ι'αιίκο
ι1 with unhealthy er icnstion* front the bowels
•nd d> -p*i ti τ.*: · cf the itpmacb, arc extremely
•'•niimou symptoms
Found at Last !
tiMHll. V|t.l.\<«l., SOI I llllltll.·.κ. Μ λ»η ,»
February •i'id. 1*71. i
j II R. ST Rx I s s, Κ , M>-t«»u :
PortMtpaai ilve)tai I have been afflict·*! wt|h
I d> •peiisi ' casse 1 from a morbid Mate ot the II ν -r,
iô.-s · ι upr«tite, raxing of food and \τιι<<1 J'r»mi the
I -t. uneli, · it r of distent .on in the ,toinarh,eoa
tlveness, ι »|pitati<>n of the heart, general debUi'T
, nul lui„u>'i |'or :ι j ν ar l a,i 1 h ive l iken ),.ur
1 \ ι i i.lisk οι lllocd ΓιιιΙΠρι· I ..in u<·»» well «ml
àl.le t·. attend t-> inv t i.sito It λ one of ti e l»e-t
n medio», and I mii lie iiill, ie*°.>mnieud it t" · II
.· (Tlieled with · ί m i la ι ilise;i«t-K. 1 have tiled other
leun-l e·, lut found none that led lite auv a
lief, until 1 louinl your Yl't-RTINK·
L, KO 11ΛΝΜ>Ν
,\ii> pel »uii d -,lriug furtln r information « an call
■a hi- * -H, Ν ijltur 1· llan ·ιι, Aj> thei an ι»»οιτ
\ , t«.s I',roadway. '•outh H >*ton
What is Needed.
I.OSTOX, Feb. Il, HT I.
IIhvki Κ >11.V t.\s, I.s,,
Ur n sir— About one year sin «* I fouud ni> *eli
.η λ lerbîc condition fiôm («encial debility. Vt<.
nj\r*v *tien^l\ raenmmeuded tome by a fnend
w .ih uad been mtn h beuetited by its use. I |iro·
l ined the article, and, Mter lining »cTOi-al bottles,
was ιe«lored to health and discoiitiuufd il* use. I
f. ·Ι eoulldent that tliCie i« nomedicinc stiperlor to
it for those complaints ft>r which it I» e*p*<dnllv
(iiejiareil. and would cheetfully reooiimien l ·ίι to
ihn-e w h · lei [ that the) need aoinediiug to re-tore
thon» to periect health.'
Ke*p* t:ulh V< ii: -.
t . I. i'KTTENUILL.
Finn of > M. Pettcngill A Co ,
Nv 10 Male street, 11·>«ΐο«
Gives Health, Strength
and Appetite.
M> daughter bat ie> eived ςι^^: beuetlt from the
use of the VKt.BTtM Her deeliniiig health was a
-ouree of great auxiet? to all elherfi iends A few
bottle- of the Vkiif iivt re»torcd bel health,
itrength and appetite
S. il, I IU>KN,
Insurance una Ueal Kstat· Agent.
\o. pi Se n« Huildlnp, Hnstou Ma»-.
Marvellous Effect.
M It st K\ *ns:
Drai Sir—I ha»t used \ Ul.Kt lSK, and fe« I It κ
dut> to a< knowledge (ht! great ti'.uotlt It ha* «lone
me. In I !,. ■ «ι,ι lug qf thr * ear |S«?J, I was · n-k from
geiioral debipty. < 4i|ftod bv over work and want
of »Jecp. I vv.»* vers ak and mueh einai iatid
I tried uiauv r 'inetllesw Uhout receiving auy lieuc·
tit fit>in any of them, until I η is per-iiadvtl to try
Ν η.κΐΊΜ Ilel ire I had taken llu* one we«»lr, my
improved condition give me renewed hope and
• curage. I eontiuned to uke U i.veiy day,gaining
mote strength, mail J \ν*·* completely re'alored to
health The tfy # of |hi - femedy i- ίη1«-·.| mar·
vellQHs. Kl.l/.AilKI'll A. FtH.KY,
.M \\ eb-tei >t ,( liai le-t'iWii. Ma-·
Swollen Limbs.
I. s il., Jan. :» l.^TO.
M It >TI \ ΓΜι
!l««r *ir- I write this n<.!«· to lulorni you ol
l>i<· ol Vv»ur "Uioo 1 Purifier" upon my «y s
loin. Whni I commenced taking it. a year ago", I
was very much «l<*l>ilitatc<I. My limbs »wo|
If» i»o that il who impotBible ft>r me to gel in or out
from a cnrriage.and ver* painlul to go un or down
• lair- Indeed, I conlil scarcely stand ·»« (toot.
My appetite vit goae, nt] iinotth failing rapid
ly. Aftei ntipg y imr medicine lor a fet\ *ve«ks h
to htt|«ru»ô Mr appetite improved and my
?-%!Λ·to^th returned. i <·«ι» mm perform my duties
*·.;» nui>e\tilh my wonted ca-r ; and I leei I owe
it to V'KOKTINK.
Your gratefullv,
mv-JI-Sw MH-. 0. A II Tll.UhN
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I lor the t urc of all THROAT ..ri<t I.I'M· l)i>. axes.
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I m· immediately releived, ami statements *re eon·
I » ta nil y Winy sent to the Proprietor, of relief in
j en*c* of Throat difficult;*». .»| years <>t!\i|diiiij.
I>ou't be dcceivt*d i>> worliiloas
CAUTION,
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bolie Tablel»*. Prioti jo et*. per Flo\. JOHN <J
KKI 1-oU, t> Piatt st. X» « York.
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munci 1ν*.·\ Ι ||<τί» Ollllit·. Catalogue*. kUUI
plei au.I lull j...: »ι· ut.tr- FREE. S. Μ ϊιί.μ Kit,
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We will send η handsome 1 *r« ^pectn* of our .Yew
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it I'ipUiiu Illustration!, to anr Hook Agent free ol
.'barge. Address NATIONAL Pl'HLIslIlNiÎ CO.,
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$J «ο PltOF. MERR1TT, l.o -k Box p.»7, Sy i\iciu«
New York.
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JESUS"
m I 1URI.K» V ■ I'KI.MSi. I. u.
Hi? divinit- . jdtwl ami i'»uou>lj^mj'outod
. ,.t" popul.i T.i.d Yai'idlv -Hling r. li-i
«■.rt rv.-r i.hued. F»f'uvtdais -! be*. I -
Work. r\ rr i>»uni. i i , ■ .
iTirrislllNt. < « ι . Ν Y , « in'-in»!».ti.
St. I.oui·.
.11' Hl BEBA.
In ii powerful tonic, especially atfnpted lor tut
in spring, when the i.am.lmi» and dkbii.itatei
KVStem ueeds strength and vitality; it will give
vigor to the feeble, atren(*th to the weak, anima
tion lo the dejeeted, activity ta the >lugiil*h, resi
to the weiry, «juiet to the nervous, and health ti
the iutirm.
It i» a South American plant, nhich, «<· onliiij
to the medical and aeicntilic periodical* of Londoi
and Paris, nosse-sses the most iowehh i. tonii
properties known to Materia Mediea, and is *ve!
known in its native country as having wonderfu
curative aualides, and has long been used a- ι
Hi'KClFif m all ea«e» ol ir^ouritipi of the Bloodi Dc
ranf· "ent °f the L ver and So! ■'% Tamers. Dropsy, Pov
ertv of the B'îod, I) bili'y, WtpVi js of tre inv;*'inei
'Jtery or Ur nary Organs.
DK. IVELI.S'
KXTRACT OF JURUBKD^
! ktren^tliening and nourishing; like nulri« iou
food, taken into the htomneli. it assimilate* am
diflu^es i•-«•If through the eimilatinn.giving vigo
and health.
1; regulates the Uowela. (piiets the nerves, act
dircctlν on (lie Secretive Οιχηηι», and by its 1H)m
ert'ul TONIC and reaioriag »*fie< ts, protince· heal
thv and vigorou· action of the whole sv<tem.
JOHN C1 KKLLOC», i« l'Utt Si : Kew \ ork
hole Agent for the United Ststes.
I'rico, On·· Hollar ptr Uottlc. Sen.I for Circulai
Job Printing Done Here
β™. 1872 ^20°'
Money! Money!I
made RAPIDLY !
MADE HONESTLY!
Λ ml a» urgent need supplied by canva*Ainf for
00 W :ιιι·I beautiful
Map of U. S. 1 World,
for iwry.
A 1*0 Intel ami bexi Map of
New England States
Κτογ published. Splendidly colored iu township·,
Comities and stale".
No energetic Agent with our nplcndld CHARTS
j and PICTl'RKS, «'an fail of clearing from
Χ7Λ lo $200 PKK KIOKTH.
LARttKST COMMISSIONS »·μ·γ offered. Kv
rtuidre territory given.
For Te ι nu, territory and outfit. address,
F. B. MAXIM,
GKNEHAIi AO Κ NT,
nayil tl aoutii Part·» KilM·
SHAWLS,
DRESS GOODS,
j A. S, PtRHAM'S,
5! LISBON ST., LEWIS ION.
Ap*St<T94f
BURNETT'
>TASOARl>
Flavoring' Extracts,
ton KI.AVOKIM.i
Soda Syrup9, 1er Creams, Custards,
Pies, Blanc Mange, Jellies.
Sauces, Soups, Gravies,
etc., etc.
Λ
Til»· »ti|M . iorit. "I then· - Vlr t iiin their
I'KRFfcl'l 111 111 ΙΛ Λ <.RK VI' .*» I RliNijTII '
Tlwro i- no . which -hould iu ί ο ciiifiw
attention thaQ the purity oi the pieparation* which
areu^odin H ivoriug tlie rariou- compound* pre
par 1 for the Him in stomicli.
'/ hr*r Ustracl* a e warranted intrftctty frtefrom
the pot* twit* oil4 αη<1 Π{4Ί* trkirh enter into the com
potilioH </ mi a·}/ of the Ac tit lout fruit ft ar»rs noir
hi the nut rift. Tin·» are not only true to their
uauu1·, b"t in1 pre pure* I from fruits of tb«- be-*
quality, and -<> liijfbh concentrated that a *in.il
quantity only titled by n«('d.
I be\ harp <«too<l the lr ι ol · ighli't'ii joar*" linn
and compel ithu, in I arc jironunct l unri tailed ,l·;
th vio»t unio n! oumwiiurej.proprietor» of the lea<l·
hoi lut'"I#, and prominent denier* in the I nitei! ί
State* ami Canada, I Ιι··\ an· neatly put up in five
I/,., — ·»»/#!« tele </ bottle*, lioldii.K mon· limn pan
eled sixes appearing luuch target. The* tav tiiv
bo·: an I «dica|ie*t Fruit Extinct* the market nl
|oid«. Thru' staii'lar·! 'quantity ai if quality irdl
be ftrictty maintained.
0#*lt i» noce»»ary in -«nie cum·» fur ρνιχιιιι de
siring "III H\KTT'S SI'ri.HI'>H Kl.A\OKI\u Wv
TitAiTH," to in-i«t upon obtaining th.»n in order to
iiroiil main of the tictitiou* brand- ofloiOd, k·
«•au <· of their larger profit*.
•JOSEPH Rl'RNETT Λ ( «>.,
>ob· Proprietor#, Ronton.
For Ilk by 11 r.- : - · 1 ι - - Q»CW« and DtS||iltl I
general I v. jan eo w 1 y
LESSONS IN MUSIC.
Τ Κ RMS · ■ ♦l«,*>.
MARV Ε. SHAW. \
ItoftTON C<»?CSKK> n<»RV ol Ml SIC. /
Ito-ton, Ms-., M.nch lith. 1S7J. I
k Ml*ft Maui K. >ii ι W lia» been .i pupil of inme,
and I take pleasure in stating that »lie poHi^w
line in η * if a 1 abilities, nnd i« fully competent to
in-truct 11 iu e who do*iie the jerrice* ol unintel
ligent teneher. Jamks M. Tkacv.
INSTRUCTION"
In Higher English and the Languages,
O iveil to a '
I' li 1 V Λ Τ /: C L t s s,
Oui log λ terni of TK\ IVIil'.HS, tit roinimnrr
η ο \ ι» \ v, ι ν i:uii, i« i.
Λ'Γ 1 1-^i V. M·
Ί IlUM > · · $·') UO.
λίΑΙίΥ Κ SUA II'.
Tu the Honorable County Commi^sioua s ^ illiii»
•ml for the County of Oxford:
Γ11ΜΚ uudersif lied, Iej;n| rotor- υΓ thejoni·»
1 Deninak, Hiiam and tlcinky, respn tfnll>
rfpresent that the ro.nl from William Bean'
Denmark, to Hunter's" br«»ok bridge ni Hirai»».
• iV roi ν hillr. and IXtrrawly ·IiM<-uIC to keep i" ,e
pair, thaï the public < »nvciiieiice aud necessity
require th;.t «Itération·, new location* and «1 i-r*,ri"
j lit»iiHiife· b'· made at several place* between «a'('
ι point·.
They therefore re*pe-tfuliy n*k voar Honorable
U<>ard to view said road, and m tke »uch altera
tion*, ne-·* lo-'itiyna un I discontinuances hetwMii
•aid points as in your Judgment mar tir reijuirM;
an.I in · ! u r τ lioitml, vrill ever prny.
WM. Dr'A S ami t.^otheri.
November, 1871.
sTATE <»Γ VIA IN t.
Οχιοκη κ*—Board of County CoiumlMOneri,
May Se»hion, 1872.
Γ non the foregoing pétition, satisfactory evidence
having been rewived that the petitioners are re
sponsible, and that In-julrv into the merit < of their
application l« expedient :
It I» ordered that the CountyCommi'aiouerr· nu ct
wt the dwelling hou*e ο' William Bean, in Don
mark, aforesaid. on Tudsdny, the Twentv fifth
. :v»5th) day of June next at ten of the clock in the
forenoon. an 1 thence | roceed to view the route nu n·
' tloued in said petition ; immediately after which
: view, a hearing of the partie» «"il witnesses will
J be had at some convenient place in the vicinity, and
such other πΗ·η"ΐιΐΗ·« taken in the premie?· a* the
I Commissioners «hall Judge proper. And It I* fur
tlier ordered, that notice of the time, place and pur·
I poie of the Commissioners' meeting nforesaid. be
given to all persons an 1 corporation* interested, by
' causing attet'ed copie* of said petition and of this
order thereon to t>e served upon the Clerk* of the
Town» of Denmark and Hiram and a!*o to be posted
up in three public places in each of said town*, and
! published three week* successively in the Oxford
I Democrat, a newspaper printed at Pari#, in paid
Conntν of Oxford, the tir*t of «aid publication* and
each of the other notice", to be xiadn,served and post
ed, nt lea*t thirty days before 'aid time of meeting
i to the »<nd that all persons and corporation* may
I then and there appear and ihew cause, if any they
! have, why the prayerof said petitlonerft'lhould not
I be grunted.
Attest: WM. K. KIM It ALL, Cleric.
\ true copv of «aid Petition and Ord* r of Courl
Attcit: WM. K. KIMBALL. Clerk.
To the Honorable County Commissioner* of <»x
for<l County, now iu se#«ion at,;he regular. May
Term of still Count) , It?·.' :
' rVHIΕ undersigned. Selectmen of Fryeburg, for
; X tlii· purpose duly authorized and empowered,
j by h vote of said Fryeburg, at the annual March
J meeting, on the fourth dav of March, 1872, respect
fully represents that publ'o convenience and ne·
c«*aity require the location of a highway com
mencing on Oxford street, In Kryeburg vllftfe, on
I land of John Smith,Esq., and nearly opposite the
I stable of .John Locke, and thence towards the de·
j pot of the Portland and Ogdensburg Railroad,and
' in the road now trnvelcd. to a point on the road
leading from Main street, near Dr. Ira Towle's to
said depot, and which point in near "ft large hard
pine tree We therefore, for and en behalf of said
town of Fryeburg, request you to view and ex
amine said route and road prayed for, and lecate
the s.nn«. nnd m:tke such alterations and new lo
cations In the preseut highways lending from Frye
burg village to vaid depot as you may think neees
nuceskarv or for public good.
' WM GORDON,Sad. j Selectmen
JON H L. FARKIXGTON, > of
WM. G. W A LK Κ It, ' > Fryeburg.
STATE OF MAINE.
Ox you i>, «■*.— Hoard of County Commissioners,
May Session, l»T'«i.
Upon theforegoiug petition, eatisfactoryevidence
having been received that the petitioner»· are respon
sible, and that inquiry into the merits of their ap
plication is expedient, it is ordered that the County
Commissioner· meet at the "Oxford House," in
Frjeburg village, In mid County, ou Tuesday, the
seémid (ίϊιιί) day of luly next, at ten of the
clock In the forenoon, and tlance proceed to view
the route mentioned in said petition; iumud!
ately after which view, a hearing of the parties
and witnesses \\iii be had at some convenient
place in the vicinity, and such other measure a
taken in the premises as the Commissioners shall
judge proper. And It !s farther ordered, that notice
of the tim«·, place and purpose of the Commissioners'
meeting afore <ald be given to all persons and cor
porations Interested by causiug attested copies of
said pel it on and ol this order thereon to be served
upon tin* Cl'-rk of the town of Fryeburg, and also
to he posted up in three public places in «aid tow n,
and published three week* suceesslvelv in the ( >xford
Democrat,» newspaper printed in Paris,iu said Coun
I ty of Oxford the first of said publicatious and
each ot the other notices, to tie made, served
ind posted, at least thirty days before *aid time
ot meeting, to the end that all persons and cor
porations may then and there appear and shew
cause if any they have, why the prajer of said
petitioners should not be (ranted
Attest : WM Κ ΚΙ MR ALL, Clerk.
A true copy of -aid petition and order of Court
Attest : WM. K. KIMliALL, Clerk
OXFORD
Normal Institute
SO. PARIS.
SUMMER TE RM
WILL COMMENCE
TUESDAY, MAY 28TH, 1872,
H OA It D Ο F INS τη UC ΤΙ ΟΝ.
ΚΟΗΑΤΙΟ Ε. SWANKY, Principal.
Ρ roi. EUWAKI) 1*. TlIWINO, Elocution.
M. Annie Pike, Preceplre··.
ΝΚΙΧΙΕ F. KlKO, { Aasiitanta
Maiiuik McKi'.snk*, | Anauuni·.
( I.AltA I'katt, Cray·'» Mint Pencil Work!
Jennie K. Tah.uk, I ii «dru mental Music*
TUITION, Ac., an usual.
K«»r Circulais, orolhcr particulars address the
Principal,
II. E. SWASEV,
Soulli Paris, lie.
apr.10 t|'
GOULD'S ACADEMY,
HKTHP'.L, MK.
S υ M M Ε R Τ Ε Κ Μ
Wll.l. ιOMMENCK
tuesda γ, may.zstii, ιη72.
II. I!i:itsi:v. - - - Priueipal.
TUITION:—$4.50 a,id $5.00.
Nu student received for les» than half ι» terni.
li. A. FRYE, Secretary.
Ι'· tilt), M;if -!h Id! BIT 14-4W
BRIDGTON ACADEMY,
τπκ
SUMMER TERM
OK
κ ι, κ ν κ ν w κ κ κ .
WII.I. COMUEXCH ON
TUESDAY, MAY 2 ST II, 1S72.
Uu 1er the continue·! care of
EI)1H \I> w. WIUGIIT, A. M.,
Who » sucec·'» an 1 ρ pulaiity a· a Tcaehcr, thus
I.ii, may In- regarded a» a Miflieicnt indication n|'
future antisfncitlon. -
Competent Y«-istant« will be employed in the
various departments.
Text ltooka furnished l>y the Principal at city
prices.
Hoard and Tuition reasonable. Rooms for self
hoaidlng run b«* obtained.
TIIO'> II. MEAD, secretary.
North Riidgton, May 1st. It<7*2. iuyl4-tjl
CARD FERREOTYPES
FOB 81.00 1'iac DO/..
ΚΟΚ A FEW DAYS ONLY AT
Merrill's Rooms,
Ar
NORTH WAT ICRFORD.
Open on THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATl'R
DAY, until about the middle of June, when
the Rooms will be closed for the season.
J. L. MERRILL.
May 14, li<72.
For Sale.
Three l'air* Very Kice Oxen, Six
Years OI«l this Sprint;.
They measure nearly seven feet—all in food con
dition, and wdl be sold at a bargain, as the own
ers have uo farther use for them.
·>. C A H. F. noUGHTON.
linaut'i Pond, April 12th, 1472.
Bethel Savings Bank.
INCORPORATED FEB., 1872.1
OFFICERS.
Ol.lVF.K II. MAKON, Prealdent.
t:\4H II KOSTKH, Jr., Treas'r A Hec'y.
MET.VlI.l.i: €'. KIMRAI.I.. Ass't Treaa.
TRUSTEES.
I'll 11A It 11 A. FltYK, ( M.I Υ Κ It II. M A so.ν,
SaM'I. Ii. TWITl III.I.I., SAM'L I). PIULRROOK,
Joiin M. Pini.itkooii.
DU'odls received as low η twenty-live cents.
M.l. money received on or before the llrst d.*y
o| May next, w ill draw interest Iron» May 1st, 1HT2.
Till* Πανκ i-« under the same regulation* and
pay ·> the - une dividend all other seringa llunk*
in the state.
Hcthel, March £>th, IkTJ Apri-hn
GIRLS WANTED!
3 OR 4
Experienced COAT MAKERS
Immediately. Ilijrhcst Wajfix, Permanent Em
ployment
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ι>XTORD,ee —At a Court ofProbate held at Parle
within and for the County of Oxford, ou the
third Tuesday ol March. 1^72.
ON the Petition of ACSAII A. LORD,<iuardian
of Wm. F., John F.. Matilda A. and Kmma
Lord, minor heirs ot Orrin P. Lord, late of Water
ford, m snid County, deceased, praying for license
to sell and convey to Samuel N. Patterson, at au
.advantageous offer of 1200, said minoss' interest
in certain féal estate situated In Loyell, in accor
dance with said (jeardiau's petition on tile in the
l'rebate < Mice.
Ordered, That the said Petitioner give notice to
all persons interested, by causing an abstract of
her petition with this order thereon, to be publish
ed three week* successively in the Oxford Demo
crat, a newspaper printed at Paris, that thev
may appear at a Probate Court to be held at Lovefl
iu said County, on the twenty-second day of May
next, at two o'clock in the afternoon, and shew
cause, if any they have, why the same should nol
be granted.
Α. II. WALKER, Judge.
A true copv—attest : J. S. Houbs, Register.
Notice ol" Foreclosure.
WHEREAS, Levi Moody, then of Runt ford, in
the County of Oxford, on the nineteenth day
of May, 1855, by his mortgage deed of that date,
and recorded w ith the Oxford Records, Hook, 103,
Page 343, conveyed to me a certain tract or parcel
ot laud, situated in Rumford, on the South fide ol
the Androscoggin River, and being the s»me land
conveyed to said Moody, on the 1'jth of May, A.
I). 1RM, by Aaron V. Farnum, and being the same
premises which Merrill Farnum conveyed to said
Aaron V. Farnum by his deed dated November 4th,
Α. I>. 1852, and recorded with Oxford Records,
Book 96, Pin 214, and for ft «ore particular de·
scrintion, reference being had to the last named
deed. The condition ol said mortgage being bro
ken. I claim to foreclose ihe same agreeable to the
I statutes ot thi State.
TIMOTHY WALKER.
Rcmloni, May 2nd, ls?2. myil
Valuable Tf ill Properly For Sale.
ΡΓΜ1Κ Sub crlbor offers for -ale bis Mill and
X llou-ίί, situated at West P uis. The Mill con·
' kîms o- a circular saw mill, fehingle, Clapboard A
other sui.til Saws,all in good order and nearly new.
The building is large and in good repair; watei
power lit«I cla-s: Little Androscoggin River.
The mill has constant work enough to nut the
veer round, and there is power for large addition»
of machmerv, an abundance ol Hirch, Poplar and
Hard wood iii the immediate vicinity. In conncc
tion with the Mill is a good house and small stable,
with one acre of land. The above property i·; ·ίιι·
,i(ed one mile from R.U. Station. ;1{.R. goes within
ο rods of Mill},Post-OtHce.Stores,.school,Church.
! ,%c , on good road; and to the right parties will
1 be sold at :t bargain. Addre-s,or call on F. L.
WILLIS, on the premises, Weet Paris.
West Paris, May Γ,
GRAND
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IMPORTERS & JOBBERS
Invite the Attention of
THE TRADE,
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DRY GOODS,
Great care having been taken In making «election·
every department will contain
SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Woodman, True & Co.,
137, 139 L 141 MIDDLE STREET
and 55 PEARL ST.,
Ρ Ο R τ 1^ A X I) , ME.
apr23-2m
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will receive prompt attention. inft)7-'2m
JOIIK IACKSOK,
POST-XAftTKIt A Y I» CORONER,
ALSO
DEPUTY SHERIFF for Oxford and
Franklin Counties, Dixftclcl, Me.
All may feel a*Mired in forwarding transient
busine»·, that il will receive proper and prompt
attention; having had tiftecn years cou-tant prac
tice ae Deputy Sheriff. iprMiTI
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