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It Mrr Bsfl.cr Turn Neil.
not too humbly, oh, my friemi !
Of him your fellow nun,
Bui dr-o* the Veil of charity
About him 11 vou can.
He once wa* called an hoi»e*t man.
Before ti iai vexed —
He atej*i«:. ,l friu out the narrow way —
It may be your turn uext.
Fainting upon the great highway
A suffering §ou! doth lie;
Go staunch hit wounds and queneh his thirst.
Nor pass him i 11% by.
God will not biook the swift * x. u*e.
The though tie'* vain pretext,
A f«llow-mortal bite* th-du t—
It may be your turn next.
You betrd. one day, a a ngle word
Again*! a peffcon'a naan-;
Oh^be ar it not from door to door
To further hurt bis fame.
If vou're the man you claim to be.
Remember then, the text.
To “&peaW no evil,** true or false—
I: may be your turn next.
The world ia had enough, wr own.
And man? n* -d more light;
Ye». with true 1 ve to all. may b*
Help in the cause ot Right.
Lilt up the sinful and the weak
'I he *oul by care perplexed.
Well knowing that to drink the gall.
It may be your tura next.
'Maine Fanner’
Elcts cl Sheep ELibiLdrr
Farmers who have given hut little atten
tion to thi* industry, ami there are many of
them, should understand the imjvortanre of
starting right, that 1*. with the right kind
of stock, a* much It*** of tunc and money
mav thereby l*c saved. The first questions
to be decided art- whether they are to In
kept for tlicir mutton, or w»m>1. or for Ixith,
a* the answer to these question* will deter
mine the breed to be kept. Persons living
near a large city may generally find it for
their interest to raise spring lamb* and
mutton for the market, in which case tin
wool will 1m- of secondary consideration,
while other%not so situate*: mav find it of
the first importance to select with reference
to the quality and quantity of the wool.
But whatever the leading object may 1*-.
the greatest care should 1m* taken that thi
foundation is go<Ml. that is that it should
consist of good, sound, healthy animal*. In
•electing, size. age. and general characteris
tics should U* kept in view, as uniformity of
the flock and progeny will be of great ad
vantage in the outcome, a fact well km «n
to all experienced breeders.
Having selected the ewes with requisite
care, they should be bred only to a thor
oughbred ram. The buyer must select the
breed which he intend* to keep, whether it
lx* Cot*wold. Southdown, Merino or anv
other of the numerous varieties, keeping in
view what we have liefore remarked with
reference to whether the leading object i*
wool, or mutton, or lioth, but let the annnai
selected to breed to he a pure blooded ani
mal. Such an animal will stamp it* charac
teristic* on his progeny, and all his valua
ble qualities will he transmitted to hi* get.
After breeding to a ram for two year*, he
should 1m* changed for another of the *amt
breed, not inferior, and if possible a liettrr
animal than the first. In a short time a
fine flock will 1m* the result. When selling
either lamb* or sheep, no mater what the
temptation* may be in the wav of high
prices, the liest animal* should under no
consideration he disposed of. A strict ob
servance of this rule and that alone, will
prevent the fiock from deteriorating. In
•electing a ram. a few dollar* difference in
the price should not stand in the w av of se -
curing a su{M*nor animal of his breed,
when it does, it i« false* economy. It costs
money t<> produce a good animal, but when
produced, he represents a value which can
Hardly lie express'd by comparison with an
inferior one. considered with reference t<
the future of the fl«K-k.
The demand for wool and woolen goods
has been steadily increasing since* last m*
son. and there is every prospect that it wni
continue. A large* proportion of the wool
worked up in this country. is imported, and
there is no earthly reason why it should be
\\ e could easily become exporter* in
the space of ten years, and it would 1m*
greatly to our advantage to have it so. and
the* foreign demand for our mutton gives
the* subject of sheep husbandry additional
importance at thi* tune. That more sheep
wiil lie kept in Maine* and throughout the
country than heretofore, is quite* certain, anil
the impetus given to the business, we* think
will lie of great and lasting benefit, but t*»
get the best results a* we have alreadv
shown, great rare is needed fir*! and last,
and all the* time. To those- who have had
experience in the busmen*, the force of these
suggestion* will, we think, lie obvious, and
those who are just beginning may find
something worthy of their notire.
We have often spoken of the value of
sfie-ep husbandry a« a means of renovating
old held*, and of restoring worn out farms,
and it will do no harm to refer briefly to it
again, in thi* connection. Reported exjM*r
itnent* go to show that in localities fa\ Ara
ble to this industry, sheep husbandry is the
l»est and cheapest remedy that can Ik* ap
plied. It i» the cheapest because the sheep
w ill pay a good profit a? the beginning, and
all the time, if the business i* intelligently
managed, and it is the lH**t because it is the
fheapeat. The natural habitat of the sheep
i* upon hill* and mountain* where in hi*
w ild state, he enjoy* the cool breezes with
which these localities are favored, but he
ha* become so thoroughly domesticated
that he will do well almost anv where, even
on the plains and in the valleys, prov ided
he find herbage, water and shade.
-.ill regaru m naiWllng tOei'p.
m*y not he amiss in this connection. We
have known people to catch sheep bv the
wool on the back with both hands and lift
them clear from the gr und. This practice
is both dangerous and cruel, ltangerous.
because it will almost invariably start the
skin from the body and is liable to induce
iuflamation, and cruel because it causes
more or less pain to the animal. If anv
one doubts this, he can easily satisfy him
self of it* truth by allowing some persons to
i;ft him by the hair of his head, starting the
scalp from the cranium. We have seen
cases where sheep have only been caught to
lie slaughtered, upon which after the skin
has been taken off, the blood was found to
be settled under the wool which had been
grasped by the hands, and in other cases
where the skin had actually been started off.
The proper way to catch a'sheep is to move
carefully towards the one to be taken, and
when near enough, spring quickly and
seize the animal by both hands without
closing them on the wool, then pass the
right hand around the body and grasping
the brisket, lift it clear from the ground.
If the sheep is too heavy to be handled in
this way, let one hand and wrist be passed
around the neck and the arm lie pressed
against the leg. Never, under any circum
stances. grasp and pull the wool, and it is
better not even to grasp it. Lambs should
never be caught by their hind legs unless
they are handled with extreme care. When
sheep or iambs are roughly handled and
their wool pulled in a way to' produce pain,
they become wild and difficult either to
catch or hold.
Better Stock Mi st be Kept._The
right stock too must he kept in the right
place. The choice and management of ani
mals require an accurate knowledge which
must come from outside of hi* own farm
practice A fanner cannot te«t the*e things
for himself and run the risk of losses that
would be ruinous to him. All this has been
done and recorded in nooks and agricultural
papers, together with much other indispen
sable information, so that a fanner must be
a reading man: else he can never hope to tie
as successful as be should be. A dozen
volumes of the American Agriculturist will
form a nearly complete cyclopaedia of agri
cultural, mechanical and other useful know l
edge for anv one who lives by cultivating
the soil. The work of the farm, garden and
household has been diacuased. described, and
explained in these volumes for more than
30 years back, in a full, fresh, and instruc
tive manner; with them one can laaru how
to improve his own stock or where to pro
em* the beet animals, as well as to improve
every method of working, enabling lum to
meet nearly every question and demand that
may naturally arise.
rctaieci for nonet.
Fergus Conner, in hi* Ixvok on -Small
Farm says there is nothing like boiled po
tatoes a* a food for growing horses. They
posses* more nutriment for the making and
formation of bone, flesh ami tissue than a ,v
food of the same bulk, lie ftirnifthe* his ren
ders with some of his expcrianeea, and
among other yarns tells the following:
•s.iriK* years ago a relit* m of mine pur
chased a tw<- -MrsiiJ s.a, tin produce id
a pony man* by a stolen lean, the breed of
which ha* been in my family for a great
numlier of years. 1 he mum- of thi* gentle
man w a* the Rev. John Henry Madras,
ami the hiatorv of the filly was this: She
was fed upon boiled potatoes and nothing
else and hi* son hunted w ith her from thru*
year* old to six, astonishing the field with
iier performances, and she vw always fresh
er at the end of the day than any other
horse. 1 tv solved upon having the mare
at anv pnee when she va- six years old.
and 1 tempt!*! the owner with a large price,
and bought her. I was skeptical upon th«
point of potatoes constituting her only food,
and 1 tried her with the lx *t “f hay and
both of which she refuseil. I then treated
her to her old dish, and for two years that
whewasinmy |M»»sew*ion she seldom or
never lasted any other f*x>d than boiled po
tat«Hs. She was not even a large pony,
and I have seen lor hunting with the fast
est fox hound*, which 1 was obliged to part
with lx*eause They were s.. f;t*t that the
gentleman in the m ighliorhood could not
rule with them, ami 1 have seen that pony
t arry the huntsman up to their taile* three
days m the w»-ck and never tire. Again,
after riding on her lia< k during the whole
week of the Cionakilty races, and hav ing
riden her on Saturday from <-ne o’clock till
■’>. at that hour 1 put her into a handicap
with five other horse*, some of them thor
i*ughbred, with more weight ujion her than
any of the rest, for two mile heats. She
lost the first heat from lx-ing overweighted
when I changed the jorky, putting up a
rithout a Sbe v
second heat, and distanced thi fie ld the
third heat, and carried me afterward a dis
tance of some miles, prancing the whole
wav. and *u|>}x d comfortably off a bucket
of ixuled potatoes.”
A Setter's View :f Tirmlzg.
Snator ( handler lived many year* in
Washington and was familiar with official
: life as it exists m the Senate and in tin
! 1 department*. Hi* opinion of it when com
| pared with farming, may l*e learned from
i the fallowing
“If 1 had a boy to-day. 1 would ratIw-r
i put him on an eighty-arc» lot that never had
, an axe or plow uj»on it. than plan him in
the br*t Cfovemtnent office in tht land.
Make your home* plea*ant. Maki
them *«• attractive that your * ti* and daugh
i t« r-w ill love their h**me* U-ttcr than any
V
ne** of farming «<• agreeable that \ ■ ir *••!.*
will see that it i* the m •** healthful ami
1 profitable occupation in which they can en
gage. Build good hou«e* and buy good
| implement*. I»*»n’t get an old cracked
rook-*tove. but put in ag‘>< -d range. In fact.
; havt every convenience that von can. *••
tha* your wives and daughters* will deem :!
a pleasure t«< perform their household
1 work
“In th»« way you can bring up \*v.;r -
and daugter* on the farm, but w hen y .
make the hom» repuUivt you drive them
into clerkship* and th« r menial position*,
when they ought to In (i -i * an«-int»-d b>rd*
i of creation."
Thf (Yltivatio* OK liv*kplkkif*.—
I hen* i* nothing cas.tr to grow than tht
raspberry, and of all our small fruit* it i*the
most w holesome and to Ik- j»rvfem*d 11a
r .acklx rry may U a* wholesome when it
i* in perfection; but tht straw U-rrv. while
it l* a delicious fruit and preferred by many
t*> a’l other*, i* positively injurious !<> a ton
snlerable proj>ortion of |K*rst*n*. It e»*n
ta::i* an arid of a very i»eruliar and tiowrr
ful nature. It effect* fne bl<~»< 1 an*! pro
duce* eruption*; and jn-ople subject t g mt
are prohibit* d from touching the fruit
H.t*: 'm rn« * oil the other hand.are i. •: nu n
ly :un-\ious, but they art extreme!\ wh« .*
*ome and can Ik- eaten in anv desired (juaii
titv.
)la*pberry cam * should U planted three
feet apart in the row. and the r..w* three
feet and a lialf to four feet apart. Cut
down the cane* to within *.\ inches of the
ground and *et firmly We prefer a rather
moi*t spot for them, and if :n the shade a
portion of the day. *o much tU better
they can U planted under fruit tries when
scarcely anytmng elm- w-.il grow, and tin
berry s* ill U* larger and finer, fiiev like
.* c »*»]. mo kt sod. kept * • bv lifteral mulch
ing with lean*, light manure. <-r any trash,
and if a fix»t in depth it i* an advantage
— [ <tcrmanti'tr n JrJft/roftk.
.From tiic Aiuencan AgncalUirist, January ! i
VarStty
It l* u well estahiishc-*! fact, that a single
kind of f<Kxl ;* not enough for the
growth, health, and Comfort of animal*,
l.ike ourselves, the stt*k which we keep,
doe* relish a change of diet—thrives better
with a change of pasture s«» to *peak—and
give* fuller return* for the trouble of pro
viding the variety of foods. Coarse fodder
should lie mixed with that which i* of a
filler nature; and the highly nitrogenous, fed
with substances weak in nitrogen. Some
farmers w.ll feed their sheep Corn one morn
ing. and barly and oat* the next, and thus
keep up a continual surprise, higbtened bv a
Ink of salt now and then. It is tin- same
iu\e of change, which makes the colt, cow,
and even the oldest horse feel glad when
turned into a new field.
— In the Gardener's Montldv we find
•owe valuable instructions for the care of
tiu vegetable garden, fruit trees ami vine-:
Most kinds of fruit promise well for full
crops. It i* here that trouble often lx*gins,
for tree* cannot lx*ar forever on nothing,
and many forget to give them food. The
wise orchardist has thinned his fruit at an
earlv stage of growth, and will now \#
looking round for material to fertalize
them with. Me should surface dress
with manure, compost, or rich material*.
I here i* not much use in putting
it on after the ground is frozen. Kadi*
wa*h it* lx?st portion* away. As to kind of
manure, it maaes little difference. If the
surface is not disturlx?d much, the richer the
surface soil the better.
Varieties To Sow.—The first plant* to
go into open ground are: Cabbage. Cauli
flower. and lettuce. For early cabbage.
“Jersey M akeheid** is the leading variety,
seconded bv “Early York.” and a second
early i* “Winningwtadt.” for general use.
Of cauliflower, the "Earlv Erfurt” is stand
ard : and the “Tennis liall” and “Boston
Market are the favorite, leading market
sort* of early lettuce.
Keei* the Good Calve*.—A* the cows
come in, the l»e*t of the heifer* may lie
selected for raising. There can be no lietter
way to improve the sttxk of cow* than to
u*e a good bull and keep the lx*st calves,
well feeding and caring for them until ma
tured. After these become cow* a selection
can again be made for breeding, and only
the best retained. In a few years the value
of dairy cow* may be doubled by this care
ful practice of selection.
Geese AND ID'cks.—These are profitable
birds in some cases, and may be kept where
there is cheap grazing. Half a dozen geese
w iU soon fill a good *ize feather bed or a
pair of pillows. The white ducks are per
haps equally useful in this way. Both of
these will now begin to lay, but must be
closely watched and kept up at nights or
they will drop their eggs abroad. The egg*
should be gathered nnd kept in a cool but
not cold place untill they are w anted for
setting.
—Give the fowls a variety—corn, wheat
oat*, buckwheat, cooked vegetables of all
kinds, fruits, refuse of the table, raw cab
bage in winter, grass of a tender variety in
summer. V ariety is the spice of a fow l's
life, as well as of man's. Meat, should be
fed often.
—Calve’s or sheeps* livers, which can al
ways be obtained in the market houses for
a few cents apiece, are valuable to feed
fowls.
—If a lady is an invalid, what a pleasant
healthful recreation may be enjoyed bv hav -
ing the care of a flock of choice poultry.
NEVER-FAILING RELIEF
affokoco by
SANFORD’S RADICAL CURE.
IT * fart that ran be •ohaUntiBteJ br the mott
ritpfcUM* trail »■'(!»**» r>rr oSrred ID favor >•!
•a) proprietary tn«. that the IUiucaL Cr*« ro«
Car %m.u do»-a i i eirry caff aflor4 luetaiit and per
iranrnt relief. Komtii.-roi bow loicMa
arvrrr ilir I • ’-»t I * *'.*.* Bach v».da:»ce of
ijtiIpf t> ttF unrji l ofC*'rih*l ,C rtlcMl Ibit
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HVskm w,
iu *torrli»-» Jin
S-4enc) au<l mJI
i»ca*o« that f »l
l«»* A» .4 K'.
ijuence o( Sell.*
abu«e; nc I.o»i*
■trunk iaiih wero«.r\ « ni TAKING
vernal LkA*itudc, Pam in the Bar*. I• imi!<*•** oi
\ ipion rreui.iture Old Age, and m «m other Dt*
eaceo that lead to Intuuiiv or «.«>n-U'l.piton. and
a I'rernatare <»r re.
«rKui) particular* in our pamnhiet. which we
denie u> mrod free by mail loevrrr one. ##- I he
Specific Medicine i» *<dd by all drnggi-t- at fil
l*« package, or *1* | aekage* for $5, or will
be eent free by mail na receipt of ihe money by
addrea^ing
THE GRAY MKDIi IM CO.,
MM HkMcs’ Block. Dctmoit. Mich.
! in Ellsworth and everywhere by all
Dnugiate. lyri»
WRINIERS REPAIRED !
•i.b BBiieiBi rev u HOOD
WMBIIC SBDEH MBW
■bio riBiimiB
XT At x .mill expeose you cao make your old
Wrlafer. k» E<mn! a. new.
•ive nn * mu,
J. P. ELDKIDGE.
Main St., next duob to II. Whitieo * sons
III
r ii 1:
Best Insurance
-AT THE
lull nr Hisuni! ura,
OEO. W. PISKE.
General Insurance
AND
R. R. TICKET
AGENT,
(HIANITE HI.O('i:.
ELLSWORTH, MAINE.
Rc|>M M'atinf flr»i pUm. rrliabU- and m ( I*
•*nt t un-.v.if. uhit h atr un»ur|u»e>««1 ... i,4i
ar|«T, atandinjr and atr<*njrth, lurniahing nw m.>a(
UNDOUBTED INDEMNITY!
wy a’n» la to lurmali only
Sound niul
Reliable Insurance.
Tlio Host,
— AND AT —
MOriTAHLK IIAM S!
ltr| tfrimug mr MHo| iaua and tranaartnt
buunrM ** ih my roaton»«*ra a!«a.a in a prompt
‘•juatr i. I h i or a!dr tu nun 1 . ihia r-iurta I
p «*d,-r my l*ra| cff •• «
t*e » ilttixrhold Fii' ni'urr i )u > r-, .
• ■ : •ImiUr inttUkro for 01 c y car or | r .* tern
•t »ear« 10 the very t»e*t cauipjii.e* on the i>,
lr •** • » n Ce II *tdil« ! olhcr
■*
UW1I1T1V1 i. m
BUILDERS' RISKS.
%T P%IIC It %TI>.
•i ;
ttk.- mutUi or >*ar at reasonable ra:r«
It* Inn trtU hr fmuntl tIi. a
tttnl Jiiutncial cntttltltnn uj
*nittr t»J (hr 1'nntpnmrm
trltich i represent.
FIRE ASSOCIATION.
-OF
i*i in >vi >1:1 ,i»i iiv.
Uncaalird Krpl. 1*1, ISI7.
• aril Jail 1*1, 1(0. • «M> u
Set mirfttu oter ll ItabUutea,
A'«‘wark
-OK
N.-wark. N J.,
« M AUrUKU,
1 •**' Jm i i»:y. #r«ia iii ii
I abilities
Net 'jui* In* over all li..btiit•«'*, >«. i4i «a
LA CAISSE GENERALE,
Paris, - I imikt.
■ ■■orp..r**lr.l •»? ■»partial Drcrr. la
IkM.
HOME OFFICE STATEMENT.
July Ini, lift).
'‘ubpc'lbe i 1 fee 0
Pant up Capital. ar oral # • •
*• #.*-••
«.ro** Lubihiif*. ^ *,10 jg| 6l
surplu*. H il9Ap;»;
I'alJ ti|i • -‘I'ltil. I'lOyjUuu
N • " I *
Market t.
\‘*hS up. fCB
ONITiMAiEJ BRANi'H STAUMEJsT.
jmi.v ♦•«, mil*.
I lilted ■» ! «•.> ,- #4'0 92&.OU
. • . , . j MMM
J I* l Uii'iiiio in couitcufiijlliction. T'MfCS.U
lu.«i.-»t tlur and ue-l an t utlicr
j » em*. Iu41t>.«7 i
I -U1. Oi.uu
XIARIUTIK*.
rii-.-IJu-t. -l >l--l I nf.dl-l l.-itM--*. ,>,S-t* ‘Hi I
Uen.vut *uce K*»n\r, 4»
AU Oilier Ll tbllUies. »! t
>un*lu-. nttS.iArMI '
♦ *.'■412 00
KJteeaa ol I »«. •. I ha bar* n t -
Initn J uiliar* f t #19,159 12
_
i\**i R v\n: coM
— or —
State ol' Pennsylvania.
I A»"-t» -J«o .1.1 l«T». IMi.f.l It
j Capital Stock. $.*0U,*o
• N>4 s'urplu* over nl> liabilities. $214 741.10
UNITED FIREMEN’S I SURANCE CO.
or rMii.4Dei.rMiA.
Capital. firm <m) oo
-lulr l*t 1*7* $443,377 01
Perpetual Deposit Money, $120 207 *|
Capital an ) Surplus, 21
30%m& MA Mm,
Boston, .tlaw.
Cai«h Aascls Jan. 1, 1*7$, $1 .uwj.Otau.OI
TICKET AGENCY.
I HAVE TIIE BEST SUPPLY or
R. R. TICKETS
East of the Penobuco; Ui% er,
0«f **• dmi Dlrrrl IUn.it,
to all point** wic**t,
-AT THE
LOWEST PRICES.
iofortBAUon elrari
“lily, t*. at y who wi.h to travel.
el££1‘ b*, J'e ‘‘urch'1*“‘
OEO. W.FI8KE Agent.
llfH
BOSTON
InsuranceCompany.
CASH CAPITAL -1500,000
ACCOUNT CURRENT
> '*’ llullat llerraikrrll
1 l **4 I10IUIIM
I ientiiim. lie* are! ajil || ,»«
INi OMK
fieinliim. e.m. .1 »nd I.. iniuuml ..
laterr-t ,n.l ..ilw, iuui.. n; ,
t .*-» il«» f»7
CON I K A
I.r.».e. (In>•) and unpaid, including nil
known and auppnacd Innate, return
premium*. rc-mMirance. i«*e«. re
. »nd all mh. r expenditure. atrn. n?o »;
Nel (twin lor tbc year. luu law M
f.mi <|« n7
STATISTICS.
Vm nint in.ured elnen ot**nie*llon #.tH ill ui .
remliinre ree I «.n. c or (anilalmn. . t u ; ur t.
**— 'neurre I alueeorganlution.. Jpow/jii
A enrage annual earning, on capital.. i« :l |„, (,r c|
ASSKTS.
C a»h • ith bank * an<l banker*.. |r, vj»i
^ ** 1 “y °f Boa loo bond* - . «,♦*.*% ••
- i**» • iu oi l atnliri-'fr |h>q.i« ...,
-*» 0 Iloaton A kib.i.i U K botola. Jl«. .
v
IO hamli.r Nailonal Hank. ... ,
5a* • i A . T ^ ft’ H K bom!« *• 11'» •«
I.U4i a •«> urt.l by Or >t m a*i**4,. M, u! . u
I. ana on rOI a. . ut.d b-. c .||« mi. 41 w.‘
»*»» umin> nulea...
ItaUo. r In Near > k an I M ...im tl
llrarrh ofll-.. '** I** fj"
I'a on account. a.TtuM interval, an t
other Item* . . . -j
• I ill l|7 It
1.1 A HI LI 1 Its
1 I \
A.I known, r«'|».tl0.1 wn.t •u|>|io*r*l
„ " • • ii •
l ..in, '!■ * » a n»a* not irrum.a
!. ! *1 ; j- r r. Ol . ¥,4 |(|
V'; *’lfl ** * ■• * i • a »i '« j • • .. . ‘ b ( . , .
• i ill >4
Marin j lti.-ks Only.
<«rti6ratr« t«*o«d j-.iyab.e IU «leriln#, at
» ouni.u^ r >u«e . j
Meiiri. BARING BROS. A CO .
1 aadun I'aagltanal
l»l lift < TOH«
s ‘ ,l« ' II % KI> II J Ilf» % kl»M \\
l«»u 1 11 S|i KkHv.s p M OUlMkM
»■ MiM 'It Mi \ Sl\ It. |H>| K
kk'NK S IHWMl 1II* i 'I \ w l| I a»It I •
" ** ki\>%i.\\ juiku M ri.kHki.i»
B H 1.1 Ml bkuK',1 i |s\| \ \
1 HUM \ % I*A N % \| p |*|« KklllMi,
BOSTON OFFICE
1 ^ K t (l ] (» S ( l* (• (» ( a
It H FILLKtt. rr.abJ.Df
a Tilth. II Lt»li!>, Vcrrliry.
NEW YORK OFFICE
lb) \\ all Street.
hkhbi rr FCU.EH.... \,, e.... <., •
« AKl» wii.i:vm> .\..! v,«i„v
Jw |
INSIDE LINE.
1879. WiSfES IftKANGEMEST. leEO.
One Trip per Weil
Bangor. Portland. Portsmouth. Salem. L*nn,
Do«*r. Lawrence. Lowell, Harerh.ll,
Boston and New York.
«»n an.! i?Vr TH| U*
!* \ ^ I*. • < ,
r« « I I V « > UK ’•
4|. W : K
l»« rfii m . a | Umh
li ti • k • u • • r l f Tr r j
Till U>|> \ \ ruMmin
•1 7 ju k. tmu.h
" K ai an u.a ii.ua; i* uin*.* > ••nurou r.g ai ti>>< k
' laud wan Hit* kuot 4 I ineoln »*•» u tram for
W aid.d.oro VVi*«-asset (bqiiritrofli Bath. A
uritioi tl Foriland alHiui 5 o'ciirck I*. M . run
netting with kb*- Portland and Boston Meatner*
■ bl' li Ifivn Portland at 7 o'< )< rk same evening
Pa—eager*going Wc*t of Portiaotl bjr rail • au
lake llir mgtit Pullman or any tram toihmfng
the an ival oi the Mcauier. Paaaer grr» ticketed
through and baggage cbeeke I thiuugM
t.oiug Baal have* Portland etrerv i'ueaday
ev» amg at u o'clock loud..* a* alc»ve. arririug
it Hiicli*|x>rl aboil $ oVf'H’k mt morning. c«m
toeing wan llang r and 1'. cksport ll.ilroj.)
lor Bangor kr, pi*.angers ticketed through.
Pa.«ei gera and Ireighl be;* cm Bangor and
i ointa n.tintd will be lorwardej m our umisI
: Suwmfr rule (Noettrs « {large between lt*u
K'»r and Bo k»|H»rt liciel. by th.* line can i-e
• "blaiurd «l the Buck»|hrrl Uallroa J Lb pot at
Bang >r
N. H. Aa the City of Kirtmtond will lie at the
Hat road Wharl, hucksport. every Wedreaday
night, passenger* from Hmgor Ac., can take the
evening iiaiu from Baug >i and go directly ou
boat t finding Iree sleeping accommodation*
Pur lurther particular* enquire of
V KfcNUUICK, Agent.
Bangor, dec. 2ind. 1?7V 2Vtf
Tie SANFORD STEAMSHIP CO.
BETWEEN BANGOR AND BOSTON
TOtXIIINU AT
W’lMt^rport. Burb*|*art, Naarspart, Bel*
fast. I'aagea aag Hack<aad
Winter Ari'angement
Commencing Monday, Dee. 29 th,
STEAMER KATAHDIK,
CAFT. W. K HOIX,
will wake on* trip per week until further notice.
Leaving Lincoln’s Wharf,
Boston, everv THURSDAY, at 5.00 P. M. Leav
iuc Bucksport every MONDAY at li v> \l
Leaving Winter port same days at lu oo A. M
A train leave* Hi* Bucksport A ll.tigor It l{.
Depot in Bangor at 10 A M., connecting with the
steamer at Bucksport. ■
A special train mil Like passenger* o Bangor
should the steamer not arnve at Buckspoit in
MtaMiii lor ih* regular train.
Tickets frnui Hangoi io river binding* and lio#
ton obtained at ticket • Iti-e in the depot
Passengers and freight of this line loi »aided
over the Bucksport k Bangui it It tree < t ex
pense.
Passenger* by this line avoid mniuight . haii
ge*. anil the expense anil inconvenience of
airiving in Bo-tou late at sight
Tickets aoid on each Steamer lor Lowell. New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, aud
all W estern ana .Hoiilh western Points, and Bag
gage cnecked through.
JAS L1TTLKF1KLD.
(*en*l Past-*r and Trans. Ag’t Bangor.
Bangor. 1 sec. 30iii. Ib79. lyrld
P0HTLAAD PACKET LINE !
Self "City if Hlnirtk.”
finiai, • - Kuicr.
Will run the present season,between
Ellsworth and Portland, (probably
making a trip each week.)
This vessel is new, substau
►tlally built, well found and sate.
i
for freight or pa*aage. apply to the cap
oa board, or
I'lABK * OAVBI, Ageuu, W»tei Street
EIU worth.
A W. CUSHMAN,
*ouU call attantloa to hla new Mock of
NITERS.
*'TH* and BB4T .to, l>rou«hl
Into riuwottk. vliich hf l« Oflvnoc at Uw
LOWEST PRICES.
PARLOR SUITS,
CHAMBER SUITS,
5 X TE SS10 X TA B I. BS,
('ESTER TABLES dr , &<■ ,
*'!)<* anil r/iyanl
* i > fu tint I. a l.iij., ri.H k 0f_
PAINTS c-nd OILS.
- » har,. «.!,!*,! n fln** ftnc|l of_
Kaisomme Paints & Mini Paints.
COFFINS and CASKETS
1 Inn iaMlr nn l.an.t an.I irl.imcl t.. oi.lac at
IOKT N’t >TICh.
NTOKR SO. I, franklin llrrct.
1 >f-0 A. W. CUSHMAN.
STILL ANOTHER
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY
Stature a* tin Her Secret* i*r Umi
firm At Mankind.
■low Ikr »MlVrrlNf mm; Hud Vtxlief
t IlKKR In \M. AKFl I TM>
< «re« I Itriint b> the
» A WAJUN
CATARRH REMEDY.
A Diiagrttnbt* lH**a»* Arniilnl ant f’ur
f'*j if.* u,«.».
Tl.e rrrript ( »r in *kli_• t h > • *ro\|i«Kirri. n w
«i*t «i« ..i.i* * • {,. .1 <ni. * j. T. % nu ,
, lining :n H- n« lu 'i llawai in Uland. whirr b.

M »a we*. at that fitnr w »• miflWlng fro*
catarrh and with n .my d'.nl.t. 4, it,r nintur
' • * * • • d
• •iuarl.tr an I beg. to n*e . irr- r.-d
1 •> hi* Mirprl-e ai d io\ hr ! I.I,.| rr Id ill» r lb.
Aral'rial, aad id a abort non* t ,■ w.u lv
rurfil
Mr Prwvrv iflrrwTds pul thlw rrmelj up in
• Muantuwa an i *•. 1 and *»*■»• t /»\» ,> ...
| hi* Inmi <| . but not until r rrntli ha« hr rot
- tented to h.w. It prepared and th. r ugh m
| If 'ltlcH to ll r » .r |
It i* \ .nr. relief and cure tor t gtarrh o i!i
• ••tloruv
• *«e t> lal of tf.e r- medy i* : . h*.i oanmon
• r .
• ' w t * give 11 i *ingv iri .i
I*. t« hart. ... ■ ..nwrnirtit any tune
ar d !'■ • g «el , fft 10 are mi rr to U ft l a. w«h>u a*
hr rrn.rd* »* ipplird
T* 1* I* - r f; i * ly different from at. V oil,. r *nu 0
n t c market ,» .very i a : . ». di« ...tr* I a
•O..UW* it r.mr- m <xuU*t u .lh the delicate
I e „• ran.-.l. r. a ’.g - III it l i e tt„. „** 4;
• *t Utg 4* .1 .|. • 4 ‘Ikret i., U| n the b*u«u*
lur II » rite
(>.• not ilt lay »n> U>i r day. but *e»id St rm*.
t**:“ .tnpi* \ ■ y 'rtarn in.iil
h •’ a I e t» a 11 r u g g i -1 «
P%R*0\«, HI,
W It < ILL* A I.K DHI bti|«:t
117 A 119 Middle Mrert. POHILkM*. ||(r
'."ii uruati iiiiiTi ...
HANCOCK COUNTY
Savings Hank,
I IKuorili. Yluinr.
• •ki.tMzr.il March JTih. l*»Tt.
|uroNR> . . my
ill v ' j 1*1 . *« y... 4. 1 l» . Ml -e: * ..
d * *»*i. 1» f *>CB the *.l 4 itu.* ;r tn
tiiv|-irti>* *»n dt*p.>*it• 11ava<>.r iv% » y, ,,
I .to an . iK-.eju .rr.
hlvi'lt* a 4• woon a* d.- aieti are nJ.'.r.l t.> 'he
pr ii j a . i.u« compound.i * . .ut. . ,t tverv
• t •
• • 1 •«' r t • * t»: ting law . f .1, * -tale all
• b p. in - ivlng« llauk*. arc exempt from ni i<
niLipai utaatloii.
N • r« turns • • i Btnn of depositors are mjulrjil
-•> lx- in i .e . . -tuU «r to*n aulhont). * m<! a I
»• nut* ir» h• .d !*> this fUnk lo be -in* kl> j
vale an«l < oiiUdeiilial.
M trr e»i «■ mm and per*on« under • can le
, •* ney in tbetr owo n iac* so tftsi can
ix d ai*ii :.ly lie lb. insrlve-. >>r on Utmr order.
f -i •’ *1 advantages uB > ded to K\e* atom,
••‘■’f 11 u*lee*. and othc* s b*Vin*’ >a chatg*
uum fund*
tiKOKUK PAKUMKK, Pre-id. nt
*««* t. C. Ill UltlLL.Treasursr.
i i ILL IN TRADE !
-AM* ilLUM. VKRV tllKAI'—
FOR CASH.
Stoves Tinware Crockery Cutlery
-AND ALL OTHKK
GOODS
APPERTAINING TOUCH BlSiNES*.
JOBBING a Specialty.
WORLD'S FAIR CHURN.
NONE UKM'INK W ITIIOLT THE NAME,
■ JJHtlIM.t; Brollies
-STAMPED UPON IT.
tr kolil only by
llrf JOHI I*. KI.IIHI IM- K.
BOCKSPOR AND BANGOR RAILROAD
CHAN6E OF TIME.
Commencing Dec. 8th, 1879
Leave Bti"ksp»rl. 5.») A M 1 .30 I* II ; Ar
rive It sngor. 7.10 \ 31 , 2 50 P. 31 . Leave Itan
for.lOUJ V. M 7.15 I*. 31 , Arrive Bucxspotf.
1.20 A 3!.. g 15 I* M
3Io. ning train connects via E A V A. Kail
way, with 31. i . It K tor Portland and Boston.
Through passengers from the Maine i rnintl
evening train will Fie transported in the Penoh*
•cot Exchange Coach*"*
Mages eanneet <lai>\ at Kucksport to and from
Lastine. Hluehill, Eli-worth. Sullivan and 3it
Deceit
40tf L. L. LINCOLN, Supt
BOSTON LEAD MF’G CO.
ManatactHrers ot j
PURE
Tbite Lead
Sur Bi -■().
■»4 l »i a»4
Lllkarir.
Pit. Tls-Iiui Pi;.
Pm Block Tin Pip*.
Cc;;or lai !isi
Pnp
LEAD SIDE AND SHEE~ LEAD.
SAMl'KL LITTLK. Prro. WM. J. Bill 1)1, Tre».
OMtm. Ollnr »l. Bmi.o Xiu
t»mo* 35
Pauper Notice.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice that be
has contracted with the City or Ellsworth for
the support of the Poor dnring the ensuing year
and ha* made auple provision for the./ support.
He therefore forbids al! persons from toinishing
supplies to any pauper on his account, as, with
out hi* written order, he shall pay no bills so
mulshed.
N. C. REYNOLDS
B'isworth. A i-ril 2M )87n fail
Job Work at
This Office.
M. (jALLERT& CO.,
-IDUUUII :
I DRY, FANCY]
-AND
FURNISHING GOODS.
ELLSWORTH, HE.
The beet assorted stack (a the city, personal
ly selected In Sets York and Boston.
Bead/ nude Cioiii, drcnlars M Ulsters
•» «riRitin.
flHX ABO FASHION* B
it«333 S00J03
A 8PBCIALITY.
BLACK DRESS SILKS, at low prices.
SS3AWX.S
— OF ALL KINDS UNEQUALED ! —
ULOAKIXGS ULSTER CLOTHS
SA IhTXGS and I TRCULA It
CLOTHS.
* v< • •it'* (itii'iit 1' Lirfti* iu fiia *w I y
l l*> *> I ''a* i liiO *i KMh koii't'i,
•'■•I'M'** l*> "HU* < *lili Non York or
•» . n
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Wr‘ **** !n «l*i» «lejiartiu~nl »pec la I attention »nj
lake particular i.. l ave thw .iepanment
complete. ttchaveali Ihtvtiv latett nuvein, «
an.I invite l>re«* Maker* an• I afi in want of them
U» examine Ihi* .|*,..rtn>cnt
We have a lull line m all color* of
PLAIN. BROCHET. STRIPED and BROCADED
SILK S.
III. A i E and cl,.red VELVETS. ,« SILK
and COT TUX. in BROCADES, stripes
or plain.
S A. TUN'S in black and colors.
SILK and WORSTED FRIXOES.
SILK and WORSTED (/IMPS
and FUR EDGED HEADIXGS
BUTTONS,
over lnon .lifTercnt at\lev. »hii.c* an.I color# He
make prne* tn thi# tlepartm.-nt a* low
i" D.‘'i.<n or New v«‘i k.
suitings rwH nzri:r —
Flannels frit Skirts, Shirting. Tahir
Linen, Crashes Towel,, r„i
Spreads Tickings. Sheetings
Calicos Ratting.
!o h.,. h,l,„r„
liHt .f.iy,. slpr..,, ., ;
It..a,• • r. un| a, I., , „ ,,, ,,,|. ...
| | VI 1
r. Hai.ii.au uoo.., ‘
al'o .- tup etc
- He have •» lull line Of
German, Berlin, Zephyr Worsteds,
x/a ) xr/i# it iHLiil.d. Ctnvt* prrfi>rit*d
C *ir»d //iHjriii. I r le'fktt \erdhs U rals -i
.VstUe J.
• n f». t ever', f. in r - : •nemjr to k , ,ui,.rv or
MflHami H»Hk
Under?r$ts f,,r L ithe*. Men ,u /
* KUtlren
-Wf have every giad* m
HOSIERY.
W* h«» tBnuawnbl* I Prnc to »*rj
u.Oiw. , oOfSeiS i..»,
hi "Mr LAi'H UrJ lilllll OX
>%• •-.»« Mil I |>rm* vvrrylKMiy id rrgai-.t to
prW* *, alao lu
CAMBRIC EDGINGS,
the U»t we •, i i.o«r ly |M»r c««t cheaper than
efi-i lei,ii.
— We have a'vo milled to ,.Ur »UK k —
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
FOR AL.L MACHINES
a#- We are »lm> Agent* for the celebrated
M 'i . »r | iPrrn* » • for the >4me, we
f>i' 1.1«h 1 r, •• <>i ,-harge through ruall <»r otherwise
It r*--j .e,t,Ml
"r earnestly rvqnri' an exam.nation <>f
«t>,vk Ci every I*©• t •, t>« f <re purchasing plae
w here. Or !rr, hv mail or expre-.- are pn.mptlv
iIUmi led to a!*o *» np «• arc cneertullv given or
t !«jr m.i 1 re*# d rv »•
• rl4 n. 4ILLERTA VO
lyrin Keb.
KivOW THYSELF.
UK untold miner** that r«
suit ft on indiscretion in ,
early life may he alleviate.! j
and cured Those who doubt
this assertion should purchase
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