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Mien & Company, 

204 Middle Stmt, Corner Plun Street, PORTLAND, ME. 

WHOLE8ALB AlTD BSTAIL DBPARTMKMTB FOS 

^FINE ♦ READY-MADE ♦ CLOTHING^ 

of our own Mannfactare. 

Clothing to Measure a Speoi€dty« 

the: — : — 

Boston, New York, Chicago, Chattanooga, 
Portland and Los Angeles 

TKAVHRns AGENCiES. Everett O. Fi»h A Co,, ProprUttora, 

I Tremont Place, BoBt n, Mats.; 6 Clinton Place, New York, N. T.; 106 Wa- 
bash ATenae,Ghicago,Ill. ; 402 Richardson Block,Chattanooga,Tenn. ; 48 Wash- 
ington Building, PorrlMnd, Or.; 120^ So. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. 100 
page Agency Manual free to any address. Correspondence with employers is 
In^ted. Registration forms sent to teachers on application. Large namliers 
of public school oflELcers from all sections of the country, including mure than 
seventy per cent of the Superintendents of New England have applied to 

this Agency for teachers. 

rORTUAlVl> WTONE TVA^RE C0M:I»A.]VY, 
WINSLOW JbCO,, I'ROPBIETOJtSif 

MANOFAOTUSEBS OF 



Indorsed by all Sanitary Engineers and State Boards of Health. Fire 
Brick, Shapes and Tiles, Grease Traps, Chinmey Tops, Terracotta Garden 
Vases, Stone Ware Beef Barrels, Stone Ware for Chemical Purposes, Red 
Sole Tile for Under Draining, Fire Clay, Fire Mortar, Kaolin, etc. Branch 
Ofllce— 42 OliTer Street, Boston, Mass. Factory— North End of Deering's 
Bridge, Portland, Maine. Telephone 649-B. P. O. Box 1638. 

J. N. WINSLOW. E. B. WINSLOW. 

LITTAUER LIBRARY, SSP 
HARVARD UNlVERS,lTYGoogle 



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LIFE I1(SU[[ANCE COMPANY, 

• Of Portland, Maine 

INOORPORATKD 1848. John £• DeWltt, President. 



This old established Home Company issues Policies of the 
most liberal character, and framed so as to provide for every 
contingency that is likely to arise. 

The NoN-FoRFKiTiNG Fbee Tontine Policies provide 
not only Insurance protection, but they present opportunities 
for Investment — owing to the method of distributing the 
surplus — which make them a very desirable form of Policy. 

It is the only Company whose Policies are, or can be, sub- 
ject to the Maine Non-Fobfeitubb Law; send for list of 
claims paid thereunder, and explanatory pamphlets. 

Total Payments to Policy-holders, f^, 000,000.00. 



ARTHUR L. Bates, Secretary. 

J. Frank. I^no, Asst. Secretary. 

T. A. FosTBR, M.D., Medical Direetin*. 

Hon. Josiah H. Drummovd, ConiiBel. 



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STEVENS & JONES, 

SvecMMrt to H^yl, Ftgy A Btikui. 

hbii^tier^, booksellers api) 
|Maplifactlifipg ^tatiopers. 

PUBUSHBBS OF 

BOLSTER'S SERIES OF TOWN BLANKS. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers In 

^iMick ^eek^, £aft«1 ^luuks^ 

and all kinds of STATIONERY. 



Special attention given to supplying Books for town and pri- 
vate libraries, Atlases, Maps, Globes and everything in the line 
of School Supplies. 

Agents for Case's School Desks^ 



^MAINE S. S. DEPOSITORY**- 

Snnday-Bchool Books from the variona Publishers thronehoat the Country 

Sunday-school Lesson Helps. Qnestion Books, Qnarterlies, Lesson 

Papers, etc., of all Grades, nom all the Denoooinational and other 

Publishing Houses. Children's Illustrated Papers and 

' ~" Scripture Text Cards in great variety and at all prices. 

^ . ^^Libraries sent out od selection. Correspondence Solicited.«^| 

Under Falmouth Hotel, - Portland^Mje. 

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CHASE HOUSE, CHAPWICKQHOUSC, 

419i Congress SL, 431 Congrass SL, 

PORTLAND, MAINE- 
W. F. ROBB, Proprietor. 

Meals 25 Cts. Booms, 50 Cts. to $1 Per Day. 

Special Kates by the Week. The Chase House has been en- 
larged and thoroughly renovated. 

CHARLES H. LAMSONJ 

WATCHES, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, 

Opera Glasses, Silver and Plated Ware, Etc. 

Prompt and particular attention given to 
Jfail Orders. 

203 Middle Street, Portland, Me. 

Fine rings a Specialty. Fine Watch Repairing. 
Agent for the New Mail, Stover and other American Safety! 
Bicycles. The ** Paragon Safety'* the best spring frame wheel' 
made. Also youths' Safety Bicycles. 

— XH E — 






STUDIO. 



Photographic Work of All Descriptions. 

Pictures enlarged to any size. Special attention 
paid to work for Amateurs. 

OPP. FALMOUTH HOTEL, PORTLAND, ME. 



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J. Z. Westissyblt, Pres, B. P. MoGilliouddt, Treas. 

Smderland ^ Maine ^ Telephone ^ Co., 

185 MIDDLE STRET, Room I. 
OXFORD BLDG., PORTLAND, ME. 

A Practical Mechanical Telephone Without Eleciriviiy, 
For Private Lines and Buidnesa Purposes, 



ITS SPECIAL USB IS TO OONNKOT 

Main offices in Factories with Distant Rooms or Floors, Physician's office with 
Coachman, Coal or Lumber Yards with Dock or Main office. Cottages 
with Hotels at Summer Resorts, Separate Buildings in Manufactories, 
Different Departments of Large Dry Ooods Houses, Warehouse with 
office. 

OVER 3^000 Lines liave already been erected In New York, New Jersey, 
Pennsylvania, and New England, many of them over five years ago; and the 
Sunderland Telephone being absolutely durable, they are giving perfect 
satisfaction. 

No otber Aeovstic TELEPHONE ean 8bow this ReeoHI. 

Lines Sold and Guarantebd. Sknd for C ircular 

F. A. Leavitt 

Manut'acturer of 

Hoiiso, Store and 
Lawn 

AWNINGS, 

Tents, National FiaffSn 
Wfftther Siffualti, Yacht 
SailH% Uammoeka, Cnn- 
vaH Covers, Fire Escapes, 
Waffon Shades, etc. 

TENTS TO LET. 

Canopies to Let for Wed- 
dings and Parties. 

39 Exchange Street, 
Portland, 



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BSTABLISHBD 

1878. 



L. W. Rogers, 
h*roprietor. 



Fine Cut Work a Specialty. All work done well. 

Designing, Engraving and Type Compo- 
sition for Electrotyping. 

166 Devonshire Street. 26 Arch Street. 

Portlaod Stcaip Packet Co. 



DAILY LINE. SUNDAYS EXCEPTBD. 

tht: elegant new steamers 
** X^oi-tlAZLd »' ** TroMXOXLt »» 

Will leave India Wharf, Boston, April 1 to Sept. 16 at 7 p.m.; Sept. 15 to 
Apr. 1 at 6 p. n., and Franklin Whf., Portland, thron^rhout the year at 7 p.m. 

S'inday TripH— From middle of June to middle of September, the steam- 
ers will leave Boston and Portland every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. 

Finest Ocean Trip on the Eastern Coast. Staterooms can be secured 
in advance by mail or telegraph, to 
e. F, WILLIAMS, Agent, or J. F. LISCOMB, Gen. Agt., 

BOSTON. PORTLAND. 

J. B. 0OYIiE« • Manafirer. 

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ORIENTAL POWDER MILLS, 

lCA.NTTF1.0TnKBII8 OF 

GUNPOWDER,8u,pVi;;:'3&!is.":rit:i.'ir"' 

Office, 13 Broad Street, BOSTON. 

J. N. Newhall, Treas. Mills at So. Wladhan, Me. Arthur Willianui, Pros. 
AGBirrs:— Portland, N. M. Perkins & Co., 8 Free Street. Bangor, Rice ft 
Miller, 47 West Marlcet Sq. Lewiston, Hall fc Knijrht Hardware Co.. 25 Lis- 
bon St. Bockland, H. H. Crie & Co., 905 Main Street. Bath, William H. 
Smith & Son, Front St. Bastport, S. B. Hame fc Son. Calmis, Chase, Barker 
&Co. Belfast, A. C. Bargees. Angosta, J.A.Fairbanks. Ellsworth, Mor- 
rison & Joy. Skowhegan, A. G. Blunt. 



Manof actnrer of 

HoQSc * aod * Store * AwoiOSSf 

BtoadiBirs for Flairs^ Tents, Wasron Coverlnirs. 
Canvas Signs, Etc., Btc, 



Stripped Awning Goods of all colors constantly on hand. 
Special attention given to Lettering Canvas Signs, Awning 
Borders and Headings for Flags. Orders by mail promptly 
attended to. 

99 Middle Street, (np stairs) PORIXAND, ME. 

CascoBayStcaiQboatCo. 



PORBST CITY, FOREST QUEEN, 

BMITA, CADET, 

JPor JBtfergremif Trefethen'B and Forest City LaifuHnga (Peaka Im- 
I«riuf), Great and JAtUe JDlantond lalande^ and Ponee^a and Mar- 
riner>H Landinga (Jtong laland). 

The Meanst Landing to All Imnsements on Peaks Island. 

J. B. CURTIS, Pbes. C. W. T. GODING, Gbn. Man. 

J. F. LISCOMB, Tbbas. _ 



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J. H. OSGOOD & CO., 

MANUFAOTUBEBS OF 

Printers ♦ Inking ♦ Rollers^ 

No. too Milk Streetf BOSTON. 
For Reliability, Darabilitv aiid Bconomy oar Patent Rollers and Roller 
Compositions are anequalled. They are adapted to e^ery climate, season, press 
or work. We are prepared to cast Rollers for all kinds of Presses, and to fur- 
nish Hand Brayers, Eland Boiler Frames and Cores, B )xe8 for Transportation, 
Stocks for any Press, or any other material in oar line that may be required. 

Telephone 769. Incorporated August 8, 1846. 

68 Fore St., near Grand Trunk Railway Depot. 

Locomotives, Marines I Stationary Engines. 

Railroad Cars, Snow Plows, Frogs (wrought and cast), Switches, High and 
Low Pressure Boilers, Dredging Macbinery, Mill Gearing and Shafting. 
F. C. Payson, President. C. R. Milliken, Agent and Treas. 

Samuel Peters, Superintendent. 

•z". xx. 3Ei.zoHLsax«. db sorrs. 

Manufacturers of 

RICKER'S IMPROVED CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. 



The only low priced practical Typewriter on the market. Double Case. 
Writes 77 characters. Price $15.00. Addreas C. S. Oilbebt, Gen. Agent for 
Maine and N. H. 77 FrankUn St., BOSTON, MASS. 



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FREDERICK A. TOMPSON, 

ARCHITECT, 

No. 98 ExohcuigeStreet, - PORTLAND, ME. 

GEORGE S. SYLVESTER. 

GO^TE AGTOR and BCILDEH, 

81 Preble Street, PORTLAND, MB. 
Buildings of every description built and repaired. 

:i^dge BaUding, MUl and all HeaTy Framing a sptclal^. 

C. H. HOWARD & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

nQo Wings ^ Interior 3\m\i 

Dmnr Fran^M, Window Fraimen, afoldittgs, of all kinds, 

K**nt^Mf Dado antl CeiUna 9Fork, Sheathinfff Flooring 

Siding^ Circular Molding, Jtc. All kinds of work 

done from arehiteetit* plans. 

Kennebec St., foot of Preble St., PORTLAND, MB, 

The Old^i Methodtsi Newspapt-r in the World, 

Rev. CHARLES PARKttURST, d d., Editor. 

Assisted by the ablest (^ writers; it has more than two hundred contributors. 
All departments are well organized, and furnish interesting reading for all 
ctassM. — Second to no paper of its class. 

The Sunday-school notes, written by Rev. W. O. Holway, Chaplain, U. S. 
Nayy, are tiie ablest and most elaborate, of any notes published by a denomi- 
national paper. 

For Business Men, one of the best of Advertising Mediums. Has prob- 
ably 80,000 Readers in New England. Specimen copies free. Address 
ALOMZO S. WEED, PvbUsker, 8« BronfleM Street, Botton, MaM. 

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Boilei'm&^Bi'^, BlBc^^mitp and Hachini^t^, 

ENQINEERS' SUPPLIES. 

Special atteniton given to repairs. Plate foon oat to dimensions for any pur- 
pose. Correspondence solicited r^EUHlingall kinds of Iron Worlc. 

Office, 49 Contmereial St., Car. Franklin, Portland f Me. 

James Qninn. Thos. B. Merrill. 

JOHN W. BURROWES, 

CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, 

% 
Steam Powrr Wood-Working Shop. Manofactnrer of Gborch and 
House Finish, Hard Wood Mantels, Dados, Sideboards, Secretaries, 
etc. Also, Molding, Brackets, Bay and Lutheran Windows, Window 
and Door Frame?, Job Sawing, Irregular Molding, Turning, etc. 

Mill, Foot Of Preble Street, - PORTLAND, ME 

REDDING, BAIRD& CO. 

Staii)€d -^ (ilasS 

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Churches, Dwellings and Public Buildings, 
MEMORIAL WINDOWS, 

CATHEDRAL GLASS, 

GROUND AND CUT GLASS, 

OFFICES AND SHOW BOOHS 

Ho. 83 Franklin St,, - BOSTON. 

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ARCHITECT, 

Office, Centennial Block, 93 Exchange Street» 

Portland* llfalne. 

TetephoHs 775* 

JOHN CALVIN STEVENS, 



ARCHIXECT". 



Oxf ord Building:, Rooms 21, 22 and 23, 

185 MiDDLS STKBET, POBTLA.KD, ICAIHB. 



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) ^ARRIIirOTOllir A MAIVIiry 

■ • Mannfactnren of and Wholesale and Retail Dealers In 

1 -^House Finish and Moldings, Cutters, 

W' iT jgackets. Piazm Posts and Rails, Newell Posts, Rails and Balusters, Oak, 
^Cherry and Walnut Flooring. Also Hard and Soft Wood Sheathing 
and Door Frames. Wood Mantels built to Architects* plans. 

Kennebec, foot of Hanover St.» Portland, Me. 

' Z. R. Farrikgtok. a. F. Mank. 

Mq^. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

^BUILDERS' » TRIMMINOS,tC- 

WOOD MANTELS and STAIR WORK. 

Posts, Rails, Balusters, Brackets, Moldinn, House and Church Finish; 
also, Hawii\g, Turning, Planing, Biantels, Sideboards and Dado Work made 
to order. All kinds of Stair work made to Architects' Plans, at lowest 
prices. 

OfELce and Mill, foot of Preble St., Portland, Me. 



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Improved Hard Wood Dry Air, 

RBFKI©ERATORS. 



CHASE PATENT 

TURBINE WHEELS^ 



CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, 

STEAM ENGINES aii4 BOILERS. 
PORTABLE MILLS, BKLTING, 

MILLSTONES, SAWS, GUMMERS» 
MILL FURNISHINGS, TOOLS, ETC» 

Correspondence Solicited. 

Agbncy of 
CHASE TURBINE MFG. CO., 

CHASE & SON & CO., 

Hechanioal and Hydraulic Engineers. 

»36 FEDERAL 8TBEET» 
PoTtiand, Maine, 

I^^Send for Illustrated Price List.. 
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MAINE REGISTER 



STATE YEAR-BOOK 



LEGISLATIVE MANUAL 



B^ROJVr J^IPRIIa 1, X891, TO APRIL 1, 1698. 



Established 1870. 



Standard Time adopted for Calendar Pages. 



PBBPABBD PUBSUANT TO OBBBBS OP THE LEGISLATURE. 



COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 

OzFOBD BxnLDiNO, 185 Middle Stbeet, 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 

1891. 



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Copyright, 1891, 

BY 
G. M. DOITHAJI, POBTLAin), MAINE. 

Complete Set Depodted 
in Littauer Center 

APRS 194? 



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INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAOB 

Adjutants-general, since 1820 97 i 

Admission of States, Dates of 36, 46 | 

Agricultare, Board of 181 ' 

Affricultnral Societies 138 ; 

Almanac 18 

Ancient Names 821 1 

Apportionment.—Gonncilors 130 

House of Reps., State. . . .142, 149 i 

Congressional, U. S 52 

Congressional, State 129 

Area of States 46 

Associate Justices, S. C. of U. S.. 55 

Associate Justices, since 1789 48 

Associate Justices, S. J. C, Me.. .191 
Asso. Justices, S. J. C, since 1820. 99 
Attorneys-general, since 1789. .>. . 42 
Attorneys-general, Me., since 1820 97 

Attorneys, county 191 

Bail Commissioners 201 

Bangor Tlieological Seminary 216 

Banks— national 224 

Savings 226 

Bankruptcy, Registers in, Court. . 56 

Bates College 216 

Beneficiary Organizations 223 

Bible Society 213 

Board of Agriculture 131 

Board of Education 98 

Board of Health 131 

Bowdoin College 216 

Cabinet Officers 55 

8incel789 88 

Capitals, State 62 

Calendar pages .' — 15-26 

Census of Maine 789 

U.S 46 

Chautauqua Assembly 213 

Chief Justices, S.C. U.S 55 

Since 1789 43 

S. J. C, Maine 191 

Since 1820 99 

Churches 205 

Circuit Court, U. S 55 

Clerks of S. J. Court 191 

Clerks of the House of Beps 96 

Cobb DiTinity School 216 

Colby University 216 

Collector of Int. Revenue 61 

College, State, of Agricul 138 

Bowdoin 216 

Bates 216 

Colby .......216 

Maine Wesleyan and Female.216 
Commissioners— County 199 



PAOB 

Commissioners— United States . . 55 

Commissioners of Deeds 202 

OfBaU 201 

OfDisclomire 201 

Committees—Council 151 

House 151 

Joint 152 

Senate 151 

Congress— Senate 57 

Rouse 58 

Representativfe to. linee 1820 lOi 

Senators to. since 1820 1% 

Congressional Vote Ill 

Constitution of Maine 7o 

Constitution of United States. ... 27 

Coroners 198 

Councilors — Apportionment of...l3o 

Rules of. 167 

County Officers 19i 

County of Androscoggin 23i 

Aroostook 268 

Cumberland ^ 299 

PrankUn 887 

Hancock 406 

Kennebec 435 

Knox 482 

Lincoln 509 

Oxford 528 

Penobscot 660 

Piscataquis 624 

Sagadahoc 639 

Somerset 657 

Waldo 686 

Washington 710 

York 747 

Court Directory 191 

Courts— Circuit 55 

County Commissioners 199 

District 55 

of Claims 55 

Probate and Insolvency 193 

Sessions of. 15-26, 194 

Supreme, U. S 55 

Superior, Aroostook Co 193 

Cumb. Co 192 

Kennebec Co 193 

Supreme Judicial 191 

Customs Districts fc Officers 62 

Dates of Admission of States. .86, 47 

Deaf, School for 138 

Deeds, Registers of 201 

Commissioners of — -202 

Democratic State Committ^ 
Dental Society, Maine.. ■ 



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INDEX. 



Departments, Heads of— Maine. .130 i 

Departments. Heads of— U. S 56 j 

Detectives. Licensed States 204 

Distances ft-om Portland 803 

District Court, U. S 65 ' 

Electoral Votes, 1789 to 1878 48 

1876,1880,1884. 1888 54, 

Elections, time of State 52 i 

JBye and Ear Infirmary, Maine. . .137 | 
Crovernors of Maine since 1820. . . 05 

of States 62 

Governor's Staff. 134 

Government of Maine 130 ' 

Government of United States. ... 56 

Governments— States 62 ; 

Grand Army of tlie Republic 211 i 

Grange, Maine State 212 

Gubernatorial Votes Ill i 

Since 1820 105 i 

Heads of Departments, Maine. . .130 

United States SB. 

Historical Society, Maine 214 

Historical Summary of U. S 35 j 

Holiday^ Legal 13 

Hospital, Insane 132 

Hospital, Maine General 186 

House of Reps., U. S 68 

House of Reps., Maine 142 | 

Committees 151 

Indian Names 821 I 

Industrial School*. 132 

Insane Hospital 132 

Insolvency, Judges of 193 , 

Registers of 193 | 

Terms of 194 

Institutions, of a public nature. . .186 

State 182 I 

Insurance Companies 228 | 

Internal Revenue Dept., U. S — 61 | 

I. O. of Good Templars 212 

I. O. of Odd Fellows 210 

I. O. of Redmen 211 ' 

Jerpey Cattle Ass'n, State .139 

Joint Committees of Legislature. 152 , 

. Rules of Legislature 159 ' 

Judges— Probate and Insolvency. 193 

S. C, Aroostook Co 193 

S. C, Cumb.Co 192 j 

S. C, Kennebec Co 193 

of Dist. Court of Me 65 

Justices, Maine 99, 191 . 

U.S 65 

Knights of Pythias 210 I 

Land Agents, since 1820 97 j 

Legislature of Maine 141 I 

Sessions of ^ 98 , 

Legislature of Maine— Rules of ..169 

Legislatures of States meet 62 i 

Live Stock Association 189 

Loan and Building Associations. 229 | 



Loyal Legion 210 

Maine Wesleyan Seminary 216 

Majorities at State Elections 62 

Masons 209 

Medical School of Maine 216 

Medical Societies 214 

Eclectic 214 

Homeopathic 214 

Maine 214 

Militia 134 

Military ft Naval Orphan Asyluml33 
Military Order of Loyal Legion . .210 
Ministers to Foreign Countries.. 66 

Money Order Offices 69 

N. E. Order of Protection 2i2 

Newspapers •• .2i7 

Normal Schools l33 

Officers. U. S 65 

Orphan Asylum— Bath Military 

and Naval 138 

Patrons of Husbandry 2l2 

Pedagogical Society, Maine 2i5 

Pomological Society 138 

Population, Maine 789 

U.S 46 

Postage Rates 66 

Postmasters-general since 1789. ... 41 

Poultry Association 189 

Presidential Vote Ill 

Since 1789 48 

Presidents since 1789 87 

Presidents of Continental Cong. . 36 
Pres'ts of U. S. Senate, pro tern. . 44 

Presidents of Maine Senate 96 

Press Association, Maine 214 

Prison, State 132 

Probate,— Judges of. 193 

Registers of. 193 

Terms of 194 

Prohibition State Committee 216 

Public Administrators 202 

Railroads 808 

Reform School 132 

Registers of Deeds 201 

Registers of Insolvency 193 

Registers of Probate Hw 

Representatives to Congress— 

Since 1820 101 

Hou:%, of Maine 142 

House, of U. S 68 

Reporters of Decisions 100 

Republican State Committee. . . 215 

Roster of Militia 184 

Rules of Council 167 

of House 166 

Joint 185 

of Senate 169 

Schools— Bangor Theo. Seminary .216 

Bates College 216 

Bowdoin College 216 



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Schools— Colbr Unirersity ^6 

Industrial for Girls 132 

Medical, of Maine 216 

Beform 182 

State College of Agricol 133 

State Normal 188 

Secretaries— Interior since 1849. . . 89 

Agricnltore 43 

Navy, since 1798 41 

Senate, Maine, since 1820 96 

State, since 1820 96 

State, since 1789 88 

Treasury, since 1789 89 

War, since 1789 40 

Senate of U.S 67 

Senate of Maine 141 

Committees of. 161 

Rules of. 159 

Senators, U. S., since 1820 100 

Sessions of liegrislature 98 

Sheriffi 196 

Societies 209 

Sons of Temperance 212 

Sons of the Am. Rerolution 211 

Sons of Veterans 211 

Speakers of Me. House of Reps. . . 96 
Speakers House of Rep. since 1789 45 

States, area of 46 

States, dates of admission of. . .86, 46 

State Goyemments 52 

State Institutions ..182 

State Officers 180 

Sincel820 96 

Stenographic Commissioners 202 

Supreme Court, U. S 66 



Supreme Jadidal Court 191 

Supreme Judicial Court- 
Chief Justices of 99 

Associate Justices of. 99 

Terms of 192 

Telegraph Stations 803 

Telephone Connections 803 

Temple of Honor k Temperance. 212 

Territorial Governments 68 

TownSUtisUos 281 

Treasurers— Counly 200 

State, since 1820 97 

Trust Companies 228 

U. O. of Golden Cross 218 

U. S. Government 66 

Customs Districts 82 

Heads of Departments 66 

Engineer Department 64 

Nat'l Home for Disabled Sold. 66 

Life-Saving Service 64 

Lighthouse Establishment.... 66 

Marine Hospital 66 

Navy Yard 66 

Revenue, Internal, Dept. of. . 61 

Signal Service 64 

Valuation 789 

Vice-Presidents of U.S 88 

Votes— Congressional HI 

Elector^ 48,64 

Gubernatorial 106, 111 

Presidential HI 

Woman's C. T. U 213 

World's Fair, board of mngr8....216 
Young Men's Christian Assoc'n..2t3 
I Young People's Soc. of C. E 218 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO TOWNS. 

Abbot 624 Ashdale 652 Bass Harbor 430 

Acadia 290 Ashland 263-'Bath... 689 

>Acton 747 Ash Point 50l Bay Point 661 

-TAddison 710 Ashville 428 Bean's Comer. .394, 529 

Albany 528 klthens...-. 658 Beddington 712 

IrAlbion 435 Atkinson 624: Belfast 686 

Alexander 711 Atlantic 433 . (Belgrade 446 

I^Alfred 748 , WLubum 281 *Belmout 692 

Allagash Plantation.288^ f^ugusta 436 Bemis 404 

Allen's Corner 309 Aurora 406 Benedicta 264 

Allen'sMllls 393 Avon 387 Benton 446 

AIna 509 Bacon's Comer 468 Berry's Mills 387 

Alton 560 Bailey's Island 316^ )^erwick 749 

Amherst 406 Bailey vlUe 480, 711 Berwick Branch .... 788 

Amity 263,r«aldwin 299 ^thel 529 

Andover 528 Bancroft 264 \«iddeford 760 

VAnson 657>Bangor 561^ ^(Bingham 659 

Appleton.' 482) Baring 711 Birch Harbor 421 

Argyle 560 Bar Harbor 416>Blaine 2r >B 

Arnold 609 Bar Mills 768, 762 . Blanchard. 

Arrowslc 689 1 Barnard 638-WluehUl. 



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'Broad Bay 522 

Broad Cove 613 

Brockway'8 Mills ..634 

^HBrooklin 408 

\ Brooks 692 

^*Brooksvllle 408 

Brooktou 712 

Brownfield 532 

V Brown ville 625 

'^^runswick 302 

Bryant's Pond 557 



' Burdin 

BurkettBville 482 

Barlington 586 

' Bnmham 693 

HBuxton 758 

Byron 534 

Calais 713 

Cambridge 660 

..Camden 488 

■ I Canaan 660 

Canton 534 



Bolster's Mill8..317, 820 Centerville 717'/ Dexter 591 

.Bonny Eagle 379 Chapman PI 290 f Dickvale 561 

•f«oothbay 610- /Charleston 588 Dixfield 536 

' Boothbay Harbor. . .611 Charlotte 718 | /Dixmont 593 

Bowberbank PI 637 Chase's Mills 260'7Dover 626 

VBowdoin 649, Chebeague Island. . .308 fDresden 517 

^owdoinham 650' ^Chelsea 447 : Drew Plantation 621 

Bowery Beach. .... .306^^^€herryfield 718 | Dry Mills 315 

Boyd Lake 683 Chester 588 i Duck Pond 380 

Bradford 682, ^hesterville 388 I Dunstan Comer 377 

Bradley 683 >Chesuncook 638 i^rhara 239 

.Branch Mills.. . .447, 701 Chicopee 758 *Dyer Brook PI . ... 291 

4«remen 5131 China 447 I Eagle Lake PI 291 

Brettun's Mills 266 City Point 686 ! Eastbrook 414 

\ Brewer 584 Clark's Island 500 i-East Livermore 240 

A Bridgewater 265 Clark'n Mills 762 SPiwt Machias 723 

JBridgton 300 Clifton 589'KEa8ton 268 

" Brighton 659'pinton 4484-^a««tport 724 

>Bristol 514 Coal-Kiln Comer ... 377 Eaton 721 

' " — ^ ^— "'^ Codyville PI 744 ' Eddington 594 

Columbia 719 i Edes Falls 318 

Columbia Falls 719 f-Eden 415 

Concord C61 1 Edgeeomb 618 

Connor PI 290 i Edinburg 596 

Cooper 720 ! Edmunds 727 

Cooper's Mills 524 Egypt 421 

Coplin PI 403 Ellingwood's Cor. ... 708 

Coral 285 KEliot 761 

Corinna 589 ^ EUiottsville PI 637 

_ _ Corinth 590 SfiUsworth 417 

yBuckfield 532- Cornish 759 ' Elmwood 482 

Buck's Mills 409 Comville 662, Emery's Mills 782 

\Buck8port 409 Cranberry Isles 412 ; Embden 663 

^ -' — Crawford. 7201 Enfield 595 

Cross Hill 469l Epping 719 

Crystal PI 290 i Etna 595 

Cumberland 308 : Eureka 468 

Cumberland Mills... 380 i Eustis 388 

Cundy's Harbor 316 ] Exeter .... 596 

Curtis' Comer 242 Fairbanks 389 

Cushing 485l\Tairfleld 668 

Cutler 721 HFalmouth 311 

CyrPl 291 MFarmingdale 449 

Dallas PI 4^3>*Farmington 389 

" .516 I Fayette 460 

.520 Five Islands 661 



. ^iXlape Elizabeth 305-*Damariscotta 



CapeNeddick 786 

Cape Porpoise 764 

Cape Rozier 408 



Mills.. 



Caribou 266-tDanforth 721 • ffort Fairfield 269 



/Carmel 
CarratunkPl 
Carroll 587 



Damascus 586 

Danville 231 



Flag Staff PI. 

Forest City 728 



Dayton 760 FortKent 271 

Dead River PI 681 Fortune Rock 750 

Deblois 722 Foxcroft 627 

Carrying Place PI.. .681 ,Dedham 412-* Frankfort 694 

Carthage 3874©eer Isle 413 i Franklin 421 

Cary PI 289+Deering 309 Franklin PI 557 

..i-Casco 307 Denmark 535 i Freedom 695 

i^astine 411 ' Dennistown PI 682 , Freeman 392 

Castle Hill PI 289 i Dennysville 723 ^1 Freeport 811 

Caswell PI 2891 Detroit 662'f^^nchville 272 

Cedar Grove 617 j Devereaux 746 . Friendship 486 



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Frye. 



.Mi 



Holden eoo Lexington Fl. 

-^Jryeimrg 63X4-1011*8 761 LIbby's Corner. . 

Gambo Falls. "^^ "-"^•- -"*"- -^,j*tv— _ 



— -Ckirdiner. 



.313 
.450 



Garfield PI 292 <Houlton 274 Lify Bav. 



s Garland, 

^-Georifetown 661 

GilbertyUle 584 

Gilead 589 

Gilman 684 

Glenbum 597 

GlenwoodPl 292 

Globe 5(»7 

Golden Ridge 286 

Goodale's Comer... 616 
Goodwin's MiUs 769 

-V^orbam 313 

-^ Gouldsborough 421 

Grafton """ 



Holt's Mills 5974-Liberty. . 

Hope 487 ' Ligonia. 



.663 
..310 
.697 
.306 



Howard 636 ^^imerick 767 

Howe's Comer 260 i^inoestone 278 

Howland 601 {-Limington 768 

Hudson 601>^nooln 605 

Hull's Cove 415 i Lincoln PI 568 

Hurricane Isle 487 j^iucolnyille 698 

Iceboro 653 Unnekin 510 

Indian Point 415 Linneus 278 

Indian River 710 r Lisbon 266 

Indian Rock 39>« Xitclifleld 461 

Industry 893 *^ Little Kalln 318 

Island Falls 277 Littleton 279 

Isle au Haut 423 , Livermore 266 

Isleford 412 Livermore Falls 240 



Grand Falls PI 622 ^lesborough 695 Locke's Mills 540 



Grahdlsle 272 

Grand Lake Stream.745 

.-Gray 314 

Great Falls 313 

Great Pond 434 

Great Works 611 

Greenbush 698 

Greene 241 

Greenfield 598- 

Green's Landing. . . .413 

Greenvale PI 403 

Greenville 629 

Greenwood 640 

Groveville 768 

. -Guilford 629 

Haley 511 

Halldale 699 

.^-fiallowell 458 

Hamlin PI 292 

__JBampden, 



Jackmantow]iP1....683 Logan 264 

Jackson 696 Long Island 321 

.^y 393 Long Island PI 438 

^fferson 518 1 Lovell M3 

Jerusalem PI 405 Lowell 606 

Joice 524 ^ubec 780 

Jonesborough 729 Ludlow 279 

^onesport 729 Jayman. 

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Hancock 422 jittery, 



Hanover 640 

Harding 302 

Harmony 666 

— Harpswell 316 

Harrington 728 

—Harrison .316 

Hartford 541 

.^-Hartland 665 

Haynesville 272 

Head Tide 509 

Hebron 541 

Henderson 6254JLebanon 

--Sermon 600 

Hersey 273, 

Highland PI 682 

HinKley 745 

Hiram 542 

— fiodgdon 273 



Katahdin Iron Wk8.638 ILynchtown 668 

Kenduskeag 602 1 Lynchville 528 

Keen's Mills 260 pLyndon 266 

Keith's Mills 888-rMachia8 732 

Kent's HUl 467 LMachiasport 784 

^ennebunk 762 '^Macwahoc PI 292 

JCennebunkport. . . . 764 j-Madawaska 280 

^Kezar-Falls 662, 778>Madl8on 666 

feineo 688^ Madrid 896 

Kingfleld 394 ' Magalloway PI 668 

Kingman 602 ! Mam Stream 665 

Kingsbury PI 637 i Mallison Falls 318 



766 

Knightville 306 

Knox 696 

Kossuth 780 

Lagrange 603 

Laleside 446 

LakevillePl 622 

Lamoine 428 

Lambert Lake 746 

Lamb's Comer 479 

Lang PI 406 

Larone 663 

766 

Lee 604 

Leeds 242 

Leeds Junction 261 



Letter C 559 ^attawamkeag 

Letter E PI 4^4 -r,-.-^... 

ULevant 60* 



Hodgdon's Mills. . . .610J.^wi8ton 242 



Manchester 462 

Mansur's Mills 289 

Maple 626 

Maple Grove 269 

Mapleton 280 

Maplewood 769 

Mariaville 424 

Marion 785 

Marlboro 422 

Marshfleld 735 

Mars Hill 281 

Martinsville 600 

Masardis 281 

Mason 643 

Matinicu8lsleP1....606 
Mattamiscontis 607 



..607 



May field. 

Maysville Center. . . .283 

Maxfield 608 



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Meohanio Falls. 257i 259 

Meddybemps 735 

Medford 630 

Medomak 513 

Medway 

Mercer 667 

Merrill PI 293' 

Mexico 544 

— Milford 608 

Milbridge 786 

Milltown 713 

--^tfilo 631 

Milton PI 559 

J^not 257 

'^MolunkusPl 293 

Monarda 296 

^.;?Monmouth 462 

Monhe^n PI 527 

Monroe 699 

.^.^otkson 682 

Montague 

^^onticello 

Montsweag 

,,,^ontville 

Moose River PI.... 

MoroPl 

Morrill 

Morrill's Corner... 

Moscow 

Mouse Island .... . 

Mt. Chase 

. -^Mt. Desert 

Mt. Desert Ferry.. 

Mt. Vernon 

Murray 

Muscongus 

yNaples 

"^Nashville PI 

Nason's Comer 

Neally's Corner. . . . 

Nequasset 

>'Newburgh 

'^ New Canada PI 

Newcastle 

. Newfield 

^-^ew Grloucester. . . . 

New Harbor 

New Limerick 

>^^ewport 

.."^New Portland 

Newry 

^New Sharon 

New Sweden PI 294* 

/'New Vineyard 896 

Nobleborough 620 

,^orridgewock 669 

North Berwick 770 

' North East Carry ... 638 

North East Harbor.. 424 

Northfield 737 



North Haven 488 i Penobscot 426 

Northport 700 Perham PI ^ 

Norton 636 Perkins 651 

No. Turner Bridge. . 260 Perkins PI 4X4 

^orth Yarmouth. .. .819 L?erry 730 

H^^fway 645nPeru ■'.'.■.*56i 

S*'^,**^. 402 I JPhiUips 397 

No. 1 PI 622'Ci»hipp8burg 652 

No. 1, R. 2, W. K. R.684 >ine Point. . .3?7 



No. 1, R. 6, 
No. 3, R, 3, 
No. 4 Township, 

No. 6 PI 405 

No. 8 PI 434 

No. 14 PI 745 

No. 18,E. Div. P1...745 

No. 21 PI 484,745 

No. 29 PI 746 

No. 33 PI 488 

Number One 288 ^ „. ^. 

Oakdale 309 Portland 

Oakfield PI 295 ^o wnal 

Oak Hill 877'^ — ^' 



Point 377 

, Pishon's Ferry. ... .448 

405 Pittsfield 671 

J*ittston 465 

*^ Pleasant Point 485 

Pleasantville 506 

Plymouth 618 

Roland 258 

Popham Beach 652 

Portage Lake PI. . . .296 

Port Clyde 500 

Porter 552 

321 

„ ^, 376 

Prentiss 619 



Oak Point 432 

Ocean Point 510 

Oceanville 413 



iamon 598 

Old Orchard 771 

^Id Town 611 

*^Oraomo 598 

Orff's Comer 522 

Orient 282 

Orland 425 

Orneville 633 

^Orono 615 

^rrington 616 

Orr's Island 316 

Ossipee Mills 784 

Otis 426 

320 

Otter Creek 416 

Owl's Head 501 






609.-Otisfield. 
291 ~ 

,519 



318 

514 LPalermo . 

282^^ ' 

610 

668 

544 



Oxford 54: 

701 

palmyra 671 

Paris 548 

Parker's Head 652 

Parker's Corners 818 

l*arkman 633 

Parlin Pond 685 

Parsonsfield 773 

Passadumkeag 617 

Patten 617 

Pea Cote 611 

Peaks Island 321 

Pemaquid. .. 514 

/Pembroke 737 



<^kland. 464 ^resque Isle' „^ 

fr^^. !>«,„* ^•^•'Preston Corner 4^ 

Presumpscott Falls. 311 

„ .^ - Pretty Marsh 424 

Ogunquit 785 Princeton 739 

Olaraon 598 rProspect 7^ 

Prospect Harbor. . . 421 

Prout'sNeck 877 

Pulpit Harbor 488 

Pusliaw 611 

Randolph 466 

Rangeley 398 

Rangeley PI 404 

Raymond 376 

Tiazorville 507 

Keadfield 467 

Ked Beach 713 

Reed PI 296 

Revere 662 

Richardson 898 

Richardsontown . 



Oxbow PI 295 Richmond 652 



Riggaville 651 

Riley PI 559 

RjpJey;. 674 

Riverside 469 

Robbinston 739 

Robie 269 

/Rockland 488 

Rockport 498 

Rockville 498 

Rome 468 

RoqueBluflfe 740 

Ross' Comer 782 

Round Pond 514 

Roxbury 552 

Roxie 288 



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Romford 563 , Steep Falls 379 

Sabbath Day Lake . . 319 JStetson. — 

Sabattos 262/ ^teaben 

Saco 774^^t. Albaufl. 

"^Baccarappa 380 St. David.. 

Salem 899 St. FranclsPl 297 

Salisbury Ck)ve 415. 'St. George 500 

Sandy Bay PI 68y St. John PI 297 

Sandy Creek 300 Stockton Sprt«(C8. . .704 

Sandy Point 704 , ^toneham 558 

Sandy River PI 4o5'Stow 564 

^anford 780 Stratton 389 

-''Sangervllle 634 Strickland's Perry. .240 

'^ SargentvlUe 428 Strong. 

,^ik)arboroagh 877 Stroad^ 

Seal Cove 43oy6ullivan 428 

Seal Harbor 424' Sumner 554 

/Searsmont 702 Summit. 

/ySearsport 703 Sunset 413 

VseaWaU 430 ^urry 429 

Sebago syg-rswon. 

Sebago Lake 379 

.Sebeo 634 

" SeboisPl 622 

Sedgwick : 427 

^Shapleigh 782 

Shawmut 663 

Sheepscot Bridge. . . .519 
Sheridan PL... "^ 

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Swans Island PI. . . .433 

Swanville 705 

Sweden 555 

Talmage 741 

Temple 400 

Tenant's Harbor... 500 

The Forks PI 684 

The Grange 698 

.296 J'homaston 502 

285f Thorndike 705 

Shirley 686 Tilden 424 

Sidney 468 Titcomb 282 

Silver Ridge PI 298 Togus 447 

Simpson 's Corner ... 598 Topsfield 741 

Six Mile Falls 561 ^^opsham 654 

ySkowhegan 674' 4^mont 430 

^ Small Point 652 Trenton 431 

Smithfield 678 Trescott 742 

Smithton 695 Trevett 510 

Smyrna 286 /Troy 706 

Snow's Falls 54g'>Turner. 

ySolon 678^ Union 504 

^ Somerville, 

Somesville 424 

Sorrento 428 Upper Stillwater — 611 

Sound 424 Upton 555 

,^outh Berwick 783 Vanceboro 742 

South Portland 306 /Van Buren 

Southport 521/ Yassalboroughc 

^So. Thomaston 501, Veazie 620 

South West Bend. . .239 A^'erona 432 

So. West Harbor. . . 430 Vienna 470 

Sprague's Mills 268 >Vinalhaven 505 

Springfield 619 f Wade PI 297 

Springvale 780 Waite 743 

Spruce Head 601 Waldo 686. 707 



.521 XTnity 707 

4> Unity PI 481 



Stacyyille PI 
,;x^<uidish. ... 
^Starks 



>BI 



Squirrel Island 521 UValdoboro. 522 

3791 Wallagrass PI 



623/AVales 261 

379^ WallagrassPl 298 

Walnut Hill 319 



I Walpole 614 

' Waltham 482 

"arren 506 

Washbom 287 

I Washington 507 

i Washington PI 406 

' Waterborough 7M 

rWaterlbrd 656 

; WaterviUe 471 

r Wayne 477 

Webb 401 

Webb's MUU 807 

-Webster 262 

' Webster PI 628 

Week's Mills 447 

WelchvUle 647 

Weld 401 

WeUington 686 

.Wells 786 

/Wesley 748 

West Bath 666 

West Camden 498 

;Westbrook 880 

WestfieldPl 298 

West Forks PI 686 

West Gardiner 478 

Weston 288 

Westport 524 

West^s MUls 393 

Whitefield 524 

WhiUng 743 

Whitneyville 744 

White Rock 313 

White's Comer 708 

Willard 806 

Williamsburg 636 

Willimantic 636 

WUson's MUls 558 

Wilton 402 

Windham 888 

Windsor 478 

Winn 621 

Winnecook 693 

Winneganoe 652 

Winslow 479 

Winslow's Mills 522 

Winter Harbor 421 

Winterport 708 

Winterville PI 298 

Winthrop 479 

'Wiscasset 525 

Woodford's 809 

Woodland 288 

Woodstock 566 

WoodvillePl 628 

Woolwich 666 

,-Wytopitlock . : 296 

Yarmouth 384 

Yarmouth ville 386 

York 786 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IN OTHER STATES. 



A»sayers—HKmlin & Emery, 1 So. 
Front. Philadelphia (see advt. 
opp. page 677). 

Jliei/clc«— John P. Lovell Arms 
Co., 147 Washington, Boston (see 
advt. opp. page 528). 

Boston «/o«r»*al— Journal News- 
paper Co., 264 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt, opp. page 529.) 

Boston Teachers* Agency— Ev- 
erett O. Fi8k & Co., managers. 7 
Tremont place, Boston (see advt. 
front of book). 

Bridges— DeATi k Westbrook, 32 
Liberty, N. Y. (see front cover). 

King Iron Bridge and Manufactur- 
ing Co., Cleveland, O. (see advt. 
opp. page 808). 

The Pittsburgh Bridge Co., Pitts- 
burgh, Peim. (see advt. opp. p. 12). 

Chemicals — Oriental Powder 
Mills, 13 Broad, Boston (see advt. 
front of book). 

Church tVindotts — Redding, 
Baird & Co., 88 Franklin, Boston 
(see advt. front of book). 

Desks, Sc1»4>ol — Vermont School 
Seat Co., Rutland, Vt. (see advt. 
opp. page 364). 

A. G. Whitcomb, 73 Fulton, Boston 
(see advt. in$:ide back cover). 

Electrotypers—Y\vi.y State Elec- 
trotype Foundry, 26 Arch and 165 
Devonshire, Boston (see advt. 
front of book). 

Glass, Ghround, Stained and 
Cut— Redding, Baird & Co., 83 
Franklin, Boston (see advt. front 
of book). 

Gunpowder— OtientaX Powder 
Mills, 13 Broad, Boston (see advt. 
front of book). 

New England Directory— Samp- 
son, Murdock & Co., 155 Frankhn 
Boston («ee advt. opp. p. 529). 



Oraans and Pianos— ^a&on & 
Hamlin Organ & Piano Co., Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. page 13). 

Printers* InMng Rollers— J. 

H. Osgood & Co., 100 Milk, Bos- 
ton (see advt. front of book). 

Publishers, Booh-Ginn & Co., 
7 to 13 Tremont place, Boston (see 
advt. back of book). 

D. C. Heath & Co., 6 Somerset, Bos- 
ton (see advt. back of book). 

D. Lothrop Co., 364 Washington 
Boston (see advt. opp. p. 63S). 

Houghton Mifflin & Co., 4 Park, 
Boston (see advt. back of book). 

Silver, Burdett & Co., 6 Hancock 
av., Boston (see ad. back of book). 

The American Book Company, New 
York, Boston, Cincinnati and Chi- 
cago (see advt. back of book). 

Railway— Vtamilism Pacific Rail- 
way, Montreal, Canada (see advt. ^ 
back of book). 

Railroad A Highway Bridges 
—Dean & Westbrook, 32 Liberty, 
N.Y. (see advt. inside ftont cover). 

King Iron Bridge and Manufactur- 
ing Co., Cleveland, O. (see advt. 
opp. page 803). 

The Pittsburgh Bridge Co., Pitts- 
burgh, Penn. (see advt. opp. p. 12). 

School Furnitur e — Vermont 
School Seat Co., Rutland, Vt. (see 
advt. opp. page 364). 

Slate— Monson Maine Slate Co., 
118 Devonshire, Boston (see advt. 
opp. page 625). 

Stained Glass-Redding, Baird 
& Co., 83 Franklin, Boston (see 
advt. front of book). 

Type Writers— C. S. Gilbert, 77 
Franklin, Boston (see advt. front 
of book). 

Zion*s Herald- did Bromfield, 
Boston (see advt. front of book). 



G. M. DONHAM, PUBLISHER MAINE REGISTER. 

Oxford Building^ 185 Middle St,, Portland. 

LORINQ. SHORT & HARMON. 
Books, Stationery and Room Papers. 

Lancaster Block, 4'^4 Congress Street, Portlands 

(See advt. opp. page 407). 



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Pianos : and t- Organs 



NEW 

MODEL 

ORGAN, 
STYLE 

2244. 

MASON 
& 

HAMLIN 
PIANOS. 



Contains a five octavo, Nine Stop Ac- 
tion, furnished in a large and hand- 
some case of solid black walnut. 
Price, $100 cash; also sold on the 
Easy Hire System at $12^7 per quar- 
ter, for 10 quarters, when organ be- 
comes property of person hiring. 

The Mason & Hamlin "Stringer," 
invented and patented by Mason & 
Hamlin in 1882, is used in the Mason 
<fe Hamlin pianos exclusively. Re- 
markable refinement of tone and 
phenomenal capacity to stand in tune 
characterize these instruments. 



POPULAR ♦ STYLES ♦ OEGANS 

AT 

$22, $82.50, $60, $78, $06, 

Airn TIP. 



Organs and Pianos sold for CASH, Easy Payments, 
and Rented. Catalogues free. 



l^eusoxi. (SZi BZeumllsa 



OR^AN aod PIANO CO., 

BOSTON. NEW TOBK. OEUOAGO. 

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ALMANAC FOR 1891^2. 



Cycles of Time and Church Days, 



1891. 

Dominical Letter D 

Epact 20 

Solar Cycle 24 

Crolden Number, or Lanar G7cle.ll 

Roman Indiction 4 

Julian Period .W04 

Palm Sunday March 22 

Good Friday " 27 

Easter Sunday ^ " 29 

LowSunday T? April 5 

Sogation Sunday May 3 

Ascension Day " 7 

Whitsunday "17 

Trinity Sunday " 24 

Corpus Chriflti «* 28 

Adrent Sunday Not. 29 



1899. 

Dominical Letter B 

Epact 1 

Solar Cycle 26 

Golden Number, or Lunar Cyde.U 

Roman Indiction 6 

Julian Period 6806 

Septuagesima Snn^^y Feb. 14 

SexagcSfiima Sunday ** 21 

Quinqnaffesima Sunday — ** 28 

Ash wedneBday. .-# Mar. 2 

Quadragesima Sunday '* 6 

Mid-Lent Sunday «* 27 

Palm Sunday April 10 

Good Friday ** 16 

Easter Sunday '* 17 



JJegtU McUdaye in Maine. 

New Years Day, January 1 

Wa^Magton* 8 Birthday, February 22 

Memorial Day, . . . . ' . . . May 30 

Independence Day, July 4 

Labor's Holiday, . . . .^ . . IstM.inSep. 

Ghristmas, December 25 

Thanksgiving and Fast Days, appointed by the Governor and 
Council. 



Sun's Perigee, January Ist— distance from the earth, 93,729,893 miles. 
Sun's Apogee, July 1st— Kiistanoe from the earth, 96,839,878 miles. 



Morning Stars. 

[ Mercury, from Jan. 14 till 
Mar. 23, from May 10 till July 
7^ from Sept. 14 till Oct. 27, and 
after Dec. 29. 

Venus, till Sept. 18. 

Mars, after July 31. 

Jupiter, from Feb. 14 till 
Sept. 5. 

Saturn, till Mar. 4, after 
Sept. 14 



Evening Stare. 

Mercury, till Jan. 13, from 
March 24 till May 9, from July 
8 till Sept. 13, from Oct. 28 till 
Dec. 28. 

Venus, after Sept. 19. 

Mars, till July 30. 

Jupiter, till Feb. 13, after 
Sept, 6. 

Saturn, from March 5 till 
Sept. 13. 



BclipseS''189U92^ 

From April 1, 1891, till Marcb 31, 1892, there will be four 
eclipses, two of the sun and twp,of, tlie moon— and a transit of 
Mercury. :. . . . ... 

18 



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14 ANNUAL BEGISTBB OF MAINE. 

I A total eclipse of the moon May 23. Invisible in America. 

n An annular eclipse of the Sun June 6. Visible in Cali- 
fornia, the Northwestern States, British America and Europe. 

HE A total eclipse of the moon Nov. 16. Generally visible in 
North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Total 
eclipse begins 6 h. 37 m., and ends 8 h. 1 m. evening. 

rv. A partial eclipse of the Sun Dec. 1. Invisible in North 
America. 

V. A transit of Mercury over the sun's disk May 9. Invisible 
in New England. 

JEJxplanationa. 

1 The only time used in this almanac is Eastern Standard 
Time ; the time on which all railroads in New England, €anada, 
New York, are run ; which is exactly five hours slow of Green- 
wich time, eight minutes faster than Washin^on time, and 
nineteen minutes slow of Portland mean solar time. 

n These calculations are made for Portland, but, for all 

Practical purposes, are sufficiently accurate for the State of 
[aine. 
ni The -time of High Water is given for Portland and East- 

$ort for both forenoon and afternoon of each day in the year, 
n the A.M. column, A. 00 m. is midnight; in the p.m. column^ 
Oh. 00 m. is noon. Advance tables for 18^ were kindly furnished 
by U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Office, Washington, D. C. 



Tidal Corrections for Other Ports. 

To find the time of high- water at any of the ports named below, find the 
time of high-water at Portland, on the given day, and then add or subtract 
the figures opposite the name of the port as marked pliis or minus : 



Eastport . . . . minus 9m. Bangor minus 25m. 



Pleasant River, plus 6 
Owl's Head, .minus 8 
Rockland.... " 15 
Camden. " 11 



Tbomaston . . *' 5 

Herring Gut. " 19 

Boothbay ... " 15 

Damariscotta '* 9 



Sheepscot Ent.minus6m. 
Wiscasset .... " 6 
Hunnewell'sPt. " 2 

Bath plus 56 

Harps well. . .minus 20 



The longitudes and dififerences of time of the following places are counted 
ftrom Greenwich. 

Diff. in Time. 
N. Lat. W. Lon. h. m. sec. 

Augusta, Me 44° 19^ 

Eastport, " 44 54 

Bangor, " 44 48 

Portland, " 43 40 

Brunswick," 43 53 

Concord, N.H 43 12 

Montpelier, Vt 44 17 

Boston, Mass 42 21 

Worcester, " 42 16 

Springfield, " 42 6 

Hartford, Conn 41 46 

Newport, R.I 41 29 

NewYorkCity 40 48 



69° 50^ 




39 


20 


66 56 




27 


44 


68 47 




35 


8 


70 15 




41 





69 55 




39 


40 


71 29 




46 


66 


72 36 




60 


24 


71 8 




44 


12 


n 48 




47 


12 


72 36 




50 


24 


72 41 




60 


44 


71 18 




45 


12 


74 




56 






Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Uh MOBth. 



APBU, 1891. 



to D«jt. 



lidst Quarter.. 
N«w Moon.... 



Moon's Phases, 

H. M. 

1 30 mo. 
3 57 ev. 



First Quarter. 
Full Moon.... 



H. M. 

8 40 ev. 
5 mo. 



»3 


i 


4, 


PORTLAlfD. 


HIGH WATBB. 


i 

■s 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 






•s 


(H 

o 


% 


a 


PortUnd. 


Eastport. 


t 


t 


1 


t 


1 


1 


S 






a 








H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 


p. M. 


H.M. 


91 


1 


W 


6 22 


6 6 


044 


3 13 


355 


2 67 


3 37 


12 46 


92 


2 


Th 


5 20 


6 7 


1 47 


4 11 


4 58 


3 65 


4 41 


12 49 


93 


3 


Ft 


5 18 


6 8 


2 39 


5 16 


6 5 


5 


5 47 


12 52 


94 


4 


Sa 


6 16 


6 9 


3 23 


622 


7 10 


6 7 


6 62 


12 55 


96 


5 


14 


6 14 


6 11 


4 


7 27 


8 9 


7 12 


7 52 


12 58 


96 


6 


M 


5 11 


6 12 


4 29 


8 28 


9 2 


8 12 


8 47 


13 1 


97 


7 


Tu 


5 9 


6 13 


456 


924 


954 


9 7 


9 37 


13 4 


98 


8 


W 


6 7 


6 14 


sets 


10 17 


10 42 


10 


10 25 


13 7 


99 


9 


Th 


5 6 


6 16 


7 28 


11 7 


11 28 


10 50 


11 12 


13 10 


100 


10 


Fr 


5 4 


6 17 


844 


11 57 




1140 


11 67 


13 13 


101 


11 


Sa 


5 2 


6 18 


10 


16 


i2'47 





12 31 


13 16 


102 


12- 


15 


6 


6 19 


11 11 


1 2 


1 39 


'6'44 


122 


13 19 


103 


13 


M 


4 69 


6 21 


morn 


149 


2 34 


1 32 


2 17 


13 22 


104 


14 


Tu 


4 67 


622 


14 


2 40 


3 35 


2 24 


3 18 


13 26 


106 


16 


W 


4 66 


6 23 


1 7 


3 36 


4 41 


3 19 


4 26 


13 28 


106 


16 


Th 


4 53 


6 24 


1 53 


437 


6 62 


4 22 


6 37 


13 31 


107 


17 


Fr 


4 62 


6 25 


2 29 


6 47 


7 1 


6 31 


6 46 


13 33 


108 


18 


Sa 


460 


627 


2 68 


6 66 


7 57 


6 40 


7 41 


13 37 


109 


19 


16 


4 48 


6 28 


3 22 


7 67 


844 


7 41 


827 


13 40 


110 


20 


M 


4 47 


6 29 


3 46 


8 48 


9 19 


8 32 


9 3 


13 42 


HI 


21 


Tu 


4 46 


6 30 


4 6 


9 31 


9 48 


9 15 


9 32 


13 45 


112 


22 


W 


4 43 


6 31 


4 24 


10 8 


10 14 


9 61 


9 58 


13 48 


113 


23 


Th 


4 42 


6 33 


4 42 


10 42 


10 43 


10 26 


10 26 


13 61 


114 


24 


Fr 


4 40 


634 


rises 


11 16 


11 14 


10 68 


10 67 


13 64 


115 


25 


Sa 


4 39 


635 


8 22 


11 49 


11 48 


11 32 


11 32 


13 56 


116 


26 


IT 


4 37 


636 


9 31 




12 26 




12 9 


13 59 


117 


27 


M 


4 36 


6 38 


10 39 


'0*27 


1 5 


*o ii 


12 48 


14 2 


118 


28 


Tu 


4 34 


6 39 


11 42 


1 12 


1 61 


55 


1 32 


14 5 


119 


29 


W 


4 33 


6 40 


mom 


2 


2 43 


1 43 


2 25 


14 7 


120 


30 


Th 


4 31 


6 41 


38 


2 53 


340 


2 37 


3 23 


14 10 



7— S. J. C, Bangor civil, Bath: S. C. Cumb. Co., civil; Aroostook 
Co., Houlton, <jml: P. C, Portland, FarmlDgton, Wiscasset, Dover, 
Bath, Alfred; 8. C., Kennebec Co., Augusta. 8— P. C, Ellsworth, 
Calais. 13— P. C, Augusta. 14— S. J. C, Portland civ., Ellsworth; P. 
C, Belfest, Skowhegan, Auburn. 21— S. J. C, Auburn, Belfast; P.C. 
Rockland, Portland, Paris, Presque Isle. 23— U. S. C. C, Portland. 
27— P. C, Augusta. 28— S. J. C.Wiscasset, Calais ; P. C, Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



fttli MoBth. 



Last Quarter.. 
New Moon.... 
First Quarter. 



MAT, 1891. 
Moan's JPhases* 

. M. 



8 61 mo. 

1 16 mo. 

2 4ev. 



Full Moon.... 
Laft Quarter.. 



30 



tl Days. 



H. M. 

1 26 ev. . 
1 54 ev. 





J3 


. 


PORTLAND. 


HIGH WATEB. 


p> 


h 


1 








5 

"S 




i 


i 


1 


Portland. 


Eastport. 


1. 


1 


1 


OQ 


1 


:s 


. 




1 








H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


121 


1 


Fr 


4 30 


6 42 


1 23 


363 


4 43 


3 38 


42^ 


14 12 


122 


2 


Sa 


4 28 


644 


2 


4 59 


6 47 


4 42 


530 


14 16 


123 


3 


18 


4 27 


646 


2 30 


6 5 


6 49 


6 49 


6 32 


14 18 


124 


4 


M 


4 26 


6 46 


2 69 


7 10 


7 46 


663 


728 


14 21 


126 


6 


Tu 


4 24 


6 47 


324 


8 10 


8 39 


7 63 


822 


14 23 


126 


6 


W 


4 23 


6 48 


3 46 


9 6 


9 30 


8 48 


9 13 


14 26 


127 


7 


Th 


4 21 


6 50 


4 12 


958 


10 17 


9 41 


10 


14 29 


128 


8 


Fr 


4 20 


6 61 


sets 


10 60 


11 2 


10 33 


10 46 


14 31 


129 


9 


Sa 


4 19 


6 62 


8 60 


11 40 


11 48 


11 23 


11 32 


14 33 


130 


10 


19 


4 18 


653 


9 69 


. • « » 


12 30 





12 13 


14 36 


131 


11 


M 


4 16 


664 


10 68 


034 


1 22 


17 


1 5 


14 38 


132 


12 


Tu 


4 16 


665 


11 48 


1 21 


2 17 


1 6 


1 59 


14 40 


133 


13 


W 


4 14 


6 66 


mom 


2 10 


3 13 


1 64 


2 67 


14 42 


134 


14 


Th 


4 13 


6 68 


027 


3 3 


4 13 


2 47 


3 67 


14 45 


136 


16 


Fr 


4 12 


6 69 


1 


4 1 


6 16 


346 


4 69 


14 47 


136 


16 


Sa 


4 11 


7 


1 26 


6 6 


6 16 


4 60 


6 57 


14 49 


137 


17 


20 


4 10 


7 1 


1 69 


6 11 


7 6 


664 


642 


14 61 


138 


18 


M 


4 9 


7 2 


2 9 


7 11 


7 47 


6 65 


7 30 


14 63 


139 


19 


Tu 


4 8 


7 3 


2 28 


8 2 


8 21 


7 47 


8 7 


14 55 


140 


20 


W 


4 7 


7 4 


2 48 


8 48 


866 


8 32 


838 


14 57 


141 


21 


Th 


4 6 


7 5 


3 9 


9 30 


9 28 


9 13 


9 9 


14 59 


142 


22 


Fr 


4 6 


7 6 


3 31 


10 9 


10 4 


9 52 


944 


15 1 


143 


23 


Sa 


4 4 


7 7 


rises 


10 47 


10 42 


10 29 


10 20 


16 3 


144 


24 


21 


4 3 


7 8 


8 28 


11 26 


11 22 


11 7 


11 0- 


16 5 


146 


26 


M 


4 2 


7 9 


936 




12 6 


1148 


11 44 


15 7 


146 


26 


Tu 


4 2 


7 10 


10 34 


'6"7 


12 50 





12 33 


16 8 


147 


27 


W 


4 1 


7 11 


11 23 


63 


1 39 


32 


1 21 


16 10 


148 


28 


Th 


4 


7 12 


mom 


1 44 


2 31 


1 24 


2 13 


15 12 


149 


29 


Fr 


3 69 


7 13 


3 


2 39 


327 


2 20 


3 10 


16 14 


160 


30 


Sa 


3 59 


7 14 


034 


340 


4 26 


3 20 


4 10 


15 15 


161 


31 


23 


3 68 


7 16 


1 2 


4 42 


6 27 


4 24 


6 10 


16 17 



5— S. C, Cumb. Co.; P. C, Portland, Farmington, TViscasset, Do- 
ver, Bath, Alft-ed; S. J. C, Paris; S. C, Aroostook Co., Caribou. 
11— P. C, Augusta. 12— P. C, Belfast, Skowhegan, Auburn. 13— 
P. C, Bucksport. 19— S.J. C, Alft«i; P. C, Rockland, Portland, 
Paris, Houlton. 26— P. C, Augusta. 26— Law Term S. J. C, Au- 
gusta; P. C, Bangor, Pembroke. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



•tfe MMth. 



JVNB, 1«91. 



tOIHlft. 



Jfd€>n^« JPAa«e«« 



New Moon 

First Quarter. 



H. M. 

11 26 mo. 
7 34 mo. 



Full Moon 

LA8t Quarter.. 



I D. ] 

22 
28 



H. M. 

12 mo. 
6 16 ev. 



1 


f 


i 


POBTLAND. 


HIGH WATER. 


t 




j; 






g 


^ 


i 


i 


1 

a 






« 


^ 


^ 


^ 


•g 


1 


PortUnd. 


Eastport. 


^ 


sr 


^ 


I' 






g 


1 






8 


Q 


P 





CC 


& 


S 






M 








H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 1 P.M. 


H.M. 


152 


1 


M 


3 58 


7 15 


1 28 


5 47 


626 


5 29 


6 9 


16 18 


153 


2 


Tu 


3 57 


7 16 


1 50 


650 


7 22 


633 


7 6 


15 19 


154 


3 


W 


3 57 


7 17 


2 14 


7 51 


8 15 


7 34 


759 


16 20 


155 


4 


Th 


356 


7 18 


2 39 


8 49 


9 7 


8 32 


860 


15 22 


156 


5 


Fr 


3 56 


7 19 


309 


944 


954 


927 


938 


16 23 


157 


6 


Sa 


356 


7 19 


Bets 


10 37 


10 41 


10 20 


10 24 


15 24 


158 


7 


23 


355 


7 20 


845 


U 28 


11 27 


11 11 


U 9 


16 25 


159 


8 


M 


3 55 


7 21 


941 




12 18 


12 2 


11 63 


16 26 


1«0 


9 


Tu 


3 55 


7 31 


10 25 


oil 


1 9 


..... 


12 52 


16 26 


161 


10 


W 


355 


7 22 


10 59 


67 


158 


038 


141 


16 27 


162 


11 


Th 


3 54 


7 22 


1128 


1 42 


2 47 


1 25 


2 30 


16 28 


163 


12 


Fr 


354 


7 23 


53 


2 32 


336 


2 14 


3 19 


16 29 


164 


13 


Sa 


3 54 


7 23 


mom 


3 23 


4 23 


3 6 


4 7 


16 29 


165 


14 


24 


354 


7 24 


13 


420 


6 9 


4 2 


453 


16 30 


166 


15 


M 


354 


7 24 


33 


6 18 


654 


5 


6 37 


16 30 


167 


16 


Tu 


3 54 


7 25 


52 


6 14 


6 37 


5 58 


622 


15 31 


168 


17 


W 


354 


7 25 


1 12 


7 9 


7 19 


6 63 


7 4 


15 31 


169 


18 


Th 


354 


7 25 


1 34 


8 


8 2 


7 44 


7 49 


15 31 


170 


19 


Fr 


3 65 


7 26 


167 


8 48 


8 45 


8 32 


8 30 


16 31 


171 


20 


Sa 


3 55 


7 26 


228 


933 


930 


9 16 


9 16 


16 31 


172 


21 


25 


355 


7 26 


3 6 


10 18 


10 16^ 


10 


10 


15 31 


173 


22 


M 


365 


7 26 


rises 


11 2 


11 2 


10 45 


10 47 


15 31 


174 


23 


Tu 


355 


7 26 


9 18 


11 48 


11 51 


11 31 


11 34 


16 31 


175 


24 


W 


3 56 


7 27 


10 2 


..... 


12 36 


. ... 


12 18 


16 31 


176 


25 


Th 


3 66 


7 27 


10 37 


41 


1 26 


024 


1 8 


15 31 


177 


26 


Fr 


3 56 


7 27 


11 8 


1 32 


2 17 


1 16 


1 69 


15 31 


178 


27 


Sa 


3 57 


7 27 


11 32 


2 27 


3 11 


2 10 


2 63 


16 30 


179 


28 


26 


3 67 


7 27 


55 


3 25 


4 7 


3 8 


348 


15 30 


180 


29 


M 


3 58 


7 27 


mom 


4 25 


6 5 


4 8 


4 47 


15 29 


181 


30 


Tu 


3 58 


7 27 


18 


5 27 


6 3 


5 11 


545 


16 29 



2— P. C, aPortland, Fararington, WiFeaaset, tXtwet, Bath, Alft«d, 
Pryeburg; U. S. D. C, Bangor. 8— P. C, Augusta. 9— P. C, Bel- 
fast, Skowhegan, Auburn ; S. C, Kennebec Co., Waterville, civil. 10— 
P. C, Ellsworth. 16— Law Term S. J. C, Bangor; P. C., Portland, 
Paris, Presqne lale, Rockland. 22— P. C, Augjista. 30— P. C, Ban- 
gor, Port K%nt. 



Digitized lay 




7tli MoBth. 



JUIT, 1891. 



81 Dmys. 



New Moon 

First Quarter. 



Moon's Phases* 

H. M. I 

10 59 ev. 
29 mo. 



Full Moon.... 
Last Quarter.. 



D. I H. M. 
21 8 54 mo. 
I 27 11 33 ev. 





A 




POBTLAKD. 


HIGH WATBR. 


>^ 


u 


1 


M 

1 








t 


i 

^ 


1 


1 


1 


Portland. 


Eastport. 


t 


1 


1 


1 

H.M. 


1 

H.M. 


1 






J 




H.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


182 


1 


w 


359 


7 27 


043 


6 31 


7 


6 15 


6 42 


15 28 


183 


2 


Th 


3 59 


7 26 


1 10 


7 36 


7 56 


7 18 


7 38 


16 27 


184 


3 


Fr 


4 


7 26 


1 42 


8 37 


8 47 


8 18 


8 32 


15 26 


185 


4 


Sa 


4 


7 26 


2 21 


9 34 


9 37 


9 17 


922 


15 25 


186 


5 


27 


4 1 


725 


sets 


10 28 


10 26 


10 12 


10 9 


16 24 


187 


6 


M 


4 2 


725 


8 17 


11 21 


11 11 


11 3 


10 55 


15 23 


188 


7 


Tu 


4 3 


7 25 


858 


12 8 


11 54 


11 52 


11 38 


16 22 


189 


8 


W 


4 3 


7 24 


929 




12 53 




12 35 


16 21 


190 


9 


Th 


4 4 


7 24 


955 


0*37 


1 34 


oil 


1 17 


15 20 


191 


10 


Fr 


4 4 


7 23 


10 17 


1 19 


2 13 


1 3 


155 


16 19 


192 


11 


8a 


4 5 


7 23 


10 36 


2 2 


2 48 


1 45 


2 32 


16 18 


193 


12 


28 


4 6 


7 22 


10 56 


2 47 


3 25 


2 30 


3 9 


15 16 


194 


13 


M 


4 7 


7 22 


11 15 


3 34 


4 6 


3 18 


3 48 


16 15 


196 


14 


Til 


4 8 


7 21 


11 36 


4 24 


4 47 


4 7 


4 32 


16 13 


196 


15 


W 


4 9 


7 20 


058 


5 17 


5 36 


5 1 


6 19 


15 n 


197 


16 


Th 


4 10 


7 19 


morn 


6 13 


6 25 


5 57 


6 10 


15 9 


198 


17 


Fr 


4 11 


7 19 


24 


7 11 


7 17 


664 


7 2 


15 8 


199 


18 


Sa 


4 12 


7 18 


59 


8 7 


8 10 


7 60 


7 56 


15 6 


200 


19 


29 


4,13 


7 17 


1 43 


9 


9 3 


843 


8 47 


15 4 


201 


20 


M 


4 14 


7 17 


2 38 


9 50 


966 


9 33 


9 38 


16 3 


202 


21 


Tu 


4 16 


7 16 


rises 


10 40 


10 46 


10 23 


10 30 


15 1 


203 


22 


W 


4 16 


7 15 


8 36 


11 29 


11 37 


11 11 


11 20 


14 59 


204 


23 


Th 


4 17 


7 14 


9 6 


..... 


12 18 




12 


14 57 


205 


24 


Fr 


4 18 


7 13 


935 


027 


1 7 


ii 


12 49 


14 55 


206 


25 


Sa 


4 19 


7 12 


10 


1 19 


1 57 


1 2 


1 38 


14 53 


207 


26 


30 


420 


7 11 


10 24 


2 11 


2 48 


1 56 


2 30 


14 51 


208 


27 


M 


4 21 


7 10 


10 47 


3 6 


3 41 


2 50 


3 23 


14 49 


209 


28 


Tu 


4 22 


7 9 


11 13 


4 5 


437 


3 47 


4 20 


14 48 


210 


29 


W 


4 23 


7 8 


44 


5 7 


5 36 


450 


6 20 


14 45 


211 


30 


Th 


4 24 


7 6 


mom 


6 13 


6 36 


6 57 


6 20 


14 42 


212 


31 


Fr 


4 25 


7 5 


020 


7 22 


735 


7 05 


7 20 


14 40 



Y— F. C, Portland, Farmington, Wiscasset, Dover, Bath, Biddeford. 
8— P. C, Bluehill. 13-P. C, Augusta. 15— P. C, Belfast, Skowhegan, 
Auburn, Eastport. 21— Law Term S. J. C, Portland ; P.C, Rockland, 
Portland, Houlton, Paris. 27— P. C, Augusta. 28— P. C, Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



8th MOBth. 



AVfiUST, 1891. 



81 Dsyt. 



Moon^a Bhase: 



New Moon 

First Quarter . 



12 



H. M. 

12 ev 
4 12 ev. 



Full Moon 

Last Quarter. . 



R. M. 

4 28 ev. 
7 9 mo. 



213 


1 


214 


2 


216 


3 


216 


4 


217 


6 


218 


6 


219 


7 


220 


8 


221 


9 


222 


10 


223 


11 


224 


12 


225 


13 


226 


14 


227 


15 


228 


16 


229 


17 


230 


18 


231 


19 


232 


20 


233 


21 


234 


22 


236 


23 


236 


24 


237 


25 


238 


26 


239 


27 


240 


28 


241 


29 


242 


30 


243 


31 



Sa 
31 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
32 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
33 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
34 
M 
Tu 
W 
Th 
Fr 
Sa 
35 
M 



PORTLAND. 



H.M. 
4 26 

4 27 
4 28 
4 29 
4 34 
4 32 
4 33 
4 34 
4 35 
4 36 
4 37 
4 39 
4 40 
4 41 
4 42 
4 43 
4 44 
4 46 
4 47 
4 48 
4 49 
4 60 
4 51 
4 52 
4 64 
4 56 
4 66 
4 67 
4 68 
4 59 
6 1 



6 69 
6 67 
6 56 
6 66 
6 53 
6 62 
6 50 
6 49 
6 47 
6 46 
6 44 
6 43 
6 41 
6 40 
6 38 
6 36 
6 35 
6 34 
6 31 
6 30 
6 28 
6 26 
6 25 
6 23 
6 21 
6 19 
6 18 



I 



H.M. 
1 5 

1 57 

2 67 
sets 

7 58 

8 21 
8 41 

8 69 

9 18 
9 38 
9 59 

10 24 

10 54 

11 31 
morn 

20 

1 22 

2 36 
rises 

7 34 

8 1 
8 26 

8 48 

9 14 
944 

10 20 

11 2 
52 

morn 

58 

1 61 



HIGH WATER. 



Portland. 



A.M 


8 28 


9 28 


10 23 


11 11 


11 66 


18 


56 


1 34 


2 12 


2 52 


3 37 


4 27 


5 26 


6 28 


7 31 


8 30 


9 25 


10 18 


11 7 


11 65 


11 


1 1 


153 


2 47 


3 46 


4 49 


6 68 


7 11 


8 20 


9 20 



P.M. 

8^2 

9 26 

10 14 

10 59 

11 40 

12 30 
1 2 

1 30 

2 

2 32 

3 10 
3 66 
446 
6 42 

6 41 

7 41 

8 41 

9 36 
10 29 
1121 

i2*43 

1 32 

2 21 

3 13 

4 9 

5 9 

6 12 

7 19 

8 21 

9 16 



Eastport. 



A.M. 


8 11 


9 12 


10 6 


11 54 


11 37 


'2 


39 


1 17 


1 55 


2 36 


3 20 


4 12 


5 8 


6 11 


7 13 


8 12 


9 7 


9 59 


10 49 


11 38 


6*45 


1 36 


2 30 


3 28 


4 32 


6 42 


6 56 


8 3 


9 3 



P.M. 


H.M. 


8 17 


14 38 


9 10 


14 36 


959 


14 33 


10 44 


14 31 


11 24 


14 28 


12 13 


14 25 


12 46 


14 23 


1 13 


14 21 


1 42 


14 18 


2 16 


14 16 


2 53 


14 13 


3 39 


14 10 


430 


14 7 


5 26 


14 5 


626 


14 2 


7 26 


14 


8 26 


13 67 


9 20 


13 54 


10 13 


13 51 


11 4 


13 48 


11 64 


13 46 


12 26 


13 43 


1 13 


13 40 


2 4 


13 38 


2 66 


13 34 


3 62 


13 31 


4 62 


13 29 


6 67 


13 26 


7 3 


13 23 


8 6 


13 20 


9 9 


13 17 



4— P. C, Farmington, Dover, Bath, Alfred. 10— P. C, Auffusta. 
11 — s. J. C., Bangor, criminal; P. C, Belfast, Skowhegan, Auoum. 
12— P. C, Ellsworth. 18— S. J. C, Bath ; P. C, Paris, Rockland. 24— 
P. C, Augusta. 26— P. C, Bangor. 26— P. C, Columbia Falls. 27— 
P. C, Cherryfleld. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



ftk M^Blh. 



SSmMBIB, 1«91. 



SO Dvi. 



New Moon — 
First Quarter. 



11 



Moon's ^haaea. 

H. X. I 

3 16 mo. Full Moon 

6 8 mo. I Last Quarter. 



H. ir. 

4 mo. 
6 7ev. 





5 




POBTLAKD. 


HIGH WATER. 


^ 


1 


i 






« 






• 






1 
IS 


1 
^ 


1 


1 


1 


Pertland. 


Eastport. 




5? 


^ 


^ 


g 


? 


3 






J 


P 








& 


St 


H.M. 












H.M. 


H.M. 


A.M. P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


244 


1 


Tu 


5 2 


6 16 


2 55 


10 10 


10 4 


9 62 


9 48 


13 14 


245 


2 


W 


5 3 


6 14 


4 


10 54 


10 47 


10 36 


10 32 


13 n 


246 


3 


Tb 


5 4 


6 12 


sets 


11 28 


11 25 


11 11 


11 9 


13 8 


247 


4 


Fr 


5 6 


6 10 


7 6 


11 57 


11 59 


11 39 


11 42 


13 5 


248 


5 


Sa 


5 7 


6 9 


7 24 





12 22 




12 5 


13 2 


249 


6 


36 


5 8 


6 7 


7 42 


032 


12 46 


6' 16 


12 29 


12 59 


250 


7 


M 


5 9 


6 5 


8 2 


1 4 


114 


48 


12 58 


12 66 


261 


8 


Tu 


6 10 


6 3 


8 25 


1 38 


147 


1 22 


132 


12 63 


252 


9 


V 


5 11 


6 1 


8 61 


2 17 


2 27 


2 


2 11 


12 60 


253 


10 


Th 


5 12 


5 59 


9 26 


3 


8 13 


243 


2 68 


12 47 


254 


11 


Fr 


5 13 


558 


10 10 


3 62 


4 7 


3 34 


3 62 


12 46 


255 


12 


Sa 


5 15 


5 56 


11 4 


4 62 


6 9 


4 34 


464 


12 41 


256 


13 


37 


5 16 


5 54 


morn 


5 66 


6 13 


5 39 


5 58 


12 38 


257 


14 


M 


5 17 


5 52 


10 


7 1 


7 18 


644 


7 2 


12 36 


258 


15 


Tu 


5 18 


650 


1 26 


8 2 


820 


745 


8 3 


12 32 


259 


16 


W 


5 19 


648 


2 4^ 


9 


9 17 


8 42 


9 


12 29 


260 


17 


Th 


6 20 


5 46 


4 11 


9 61 


10 10 


934 


53 


12 26 


261 


18 


Fr 


5 22 


5 44 


rises 


10 41 


11 2 


10 23 


10 45 


12 22 


262 


19 


Sa 


5 23 


5 43 


650 


11 28 


11 52 


11 11 


11 36 


12 20 


263 


20 


38 


5 24 


5 41 


7 14 


. . • . • 


12 16 


11 68 




12 17 


264 


21 


M 


5 25 


5 39 


7 44 


42 


1 4 


026 


12*47 


12 14 


265 


22 


Tu 


5 26 


6 37 


8 18 


1 33 


152 


1 16 


1 36 


12 11 


2(>6 


23 


W 


5 27 


5 35 


867 


227 


244 


2 10 


227 


12 8 


267 


24 


Th 


5 29 


5 33 


945 


326 


3 40 


3 9 


3 27 


12 4 


268 


25 


Fr 


5 30 


5 31 


10 42 


4 32 


4 42 


4 15 


426 


12 1 


269 


26 


Sa 


5 31 


5 30 


043 


646 


5 60 


527 


5 37 


11 59 


270 


27 


30 


5 32 


5 27 


mom 


6 57 


6 69 


6 41 


643 


11 66 


271 


28 


M 


5 33 


6 26 


47 


8 4 


8 4 


7 47 


7 47 


11 63 


272 


29 


Tu 


5 35 


5 24 


1 61 


8 69 


9 


8 41 


843 


1149 


273 


30 


W 


5 36 


5 22 


2 55 


944 


9 47 


927 


9 31 


11 46 



1— U. 8. D. C, Bath; S. C, Cumb. Co.; P. C, Portland, Farming- 
ton, Wigcasset, Dover, Bath, Alft^; S. C, Kennebec Co., Augusta. 
7— P. C, Augusta. 8— P. C, Belfast, Skowhegau. Auburn. 9— P. C, 
Bluehlll. 16—8. J. C, Auburn, Houlton civil, Skowhegan, Rock- 
land, Alftped; P.O., Portland, Paris, Houlton, Rockland. 21— P. C, 
Augusta. 22— S. J. C, Farmlogton, Dover. 2^— U. S. C. C, Portland. 
29— P. C, Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



16ti M&atk. 



MrrOMS, IMl. 



Si 



New Moon . . . 
First Quarter. 



Moan's JPhases, 

D. I H. M. I 

2 7 68ev. Full Moon.... 
10 I 5 57 ev. I Last Quarter. 



n. I H. M. 

17 8 45 mo. 
24 8 56 mo. 



274 
276 
276 
277 
27d 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 



291 



2»4 



297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
902 
803 
304 



1 


Th 


5 37 


2 


Fr 


6 38 


3 


Sa 


539 


4 


40 


540 


5 


M 


5 42 


6 


Tu 


543 


7 


W 


544 


8 


Th 


545 


9 


Ft 


5 47 


10 


Sa 


548 


11 


41 


5 49 


12 


M 


550 


13 


Tu 


5 62 


14 


W 


5 53 


15 


Th 


554 


16 


Ft 


556 


17 


Sa 


5 67 


18 


42 


5 58 


19 


M 


5 59 


20 


Tu 


6 1 


21 


W 


6 2 


22 


Th 


6 3 


23 


Ft 


6 5 


24 


Sa 


6 6 


26 


43 


6 7 


26 


M 


6 8 


27 


Tu 


6 10 


28 


W 


6 11 


29 


Th 


6 13 


30 


Fr 


6 14 


31 


Sa 


6 16 



AWD. 


HIGH WATER. 


>* 








■8 




1 








FortUad. 


Eastport. 


! 


7 


H.M. 


A.M» 


P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


6*21 


358 


10 21 


10 28 


10 5 


10 12 


11 44 


5 19 


sets 


10 60 


11 3 


10 34 


10 47 


11 41 


5 17 


6 49 


11 16 


11 36 


10 69 


11 18 


11 38 


6 15 


6 8 


11 39 


. ... 


11 23 


11 49 


11 36 


5 13 


629 


6 


12 5 


11 49 




11 31 


5 11 


6 64 


37 


12 37 


20 


12*26 


11 28 


6 9 


7 26 


1 10 


1 12 


053 


12 67 


11 25 


6 8 


8 6 


1 49 


1 68 


1 32 


1 40 


11 23 


5 6 


864 


2 34 


2 46 


2 17 


230 


11 19 


6 4 


964 


3 27 


3 41 


3 10 


326 


11 16 


6 2 


11 5 


4 28 


446 


4 11 


4 28 


11 13 


6 1 


mom 


6 32 


5 60 


6 17 


5 36 


11 U 


4 69 


022 


6 37 


656 


6 20 


6 41 


11 7 


4 57 


1 42 


7 37 


7 69 


720 


743 


11 4 


456 


3 2 


8 34 


8 67 


8 16 


8 41 


11 1 


4 64 


4 23 


9 26 


9 50 


9 8 


936 


10 68 


4 62 


rises 


10 14 


10 41 


9 67 


10 26 


10 66 


460 


5 39 


11 2 


11 32 


10 44 


11 15 


10 52 


4 49 


6 12 


11 48 


. • . * > 


11 31 


..... 


10 50 


4 47 


6 50 


22 


12 36 


5 


12 19 


10 46 


445 


7 37 


1 15 


1 24 


67 


1 8 


10 43 


444 


8 32 


2 9 


2 16 


1 62 


2 


10 41 


4 42 


9 32 


3 9 


3 11 


2 62 


2 66 


10 37 


4 41 


10 3r 


4 14 


4 13 


3 67 


3 67 


10 35 


4 39 


042 


5 23 


5 22 


6 7 


5 6 


10 32 


438 


mom 


6 32 


6 30 


6 15 


6 1^5 


10 30 


4 36 


47 


7 34 


7 36 


7 17 


7 20 


10 26 


4 35 


1 60 


8 25 


8 32 


8 7 


8 16 


10 24 


4 33 


2 62 


9 5 


9 19 


8 49 


9 3 


10 21 


4 32 


3 63 


9 38 


9 69 


922 


9 43 


10 18 


4 30 


4 56 


10 5 


10 35 


9 49 


10 18 


10 15 



6—8. J. C, Bangor civil, Machias; S. C, Cumberland Co. civil; 
P. C, Portland, Farminsfton, Wiscasset, Dover, Bath, Machiae, Alfred. 
12— P. C, Aagusta. 13— S. J. C, Portland civil, Ellsworth, Paris; P. 
C, Belfast, Skowhegan, Anbura. 14— P. C, EUsworth. 20— S. J. C, 
Angiiataeivil,Belfkt8t; P. C, Portland, Paris, Rockland, Presque Isle. 
26— P. C, Angnsta. 27— S. J. C, WiseasBet; P. C, Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



mil MMtii. 



IIOTBMBBB, 1891. 



80 Dmyt. 



Moon's Phaaetm 



New Moon.... 
First Quarter. 



H. ir. 

1 33 ev. 
3 46 mo. 



FulJ Moon. . . . 
Last Quarter . 



H. M. 

7 16 ev. 
3 26 mo. 





^ 




POBTLAVD. 


HIGH WATEB. 


K 


• 


1 


1 






■3 

"S 


1 


1 


i 


1 






•s 


"S 


o 


1 


PorUand. 


Eastport. 


t 


1 


I 


i 


1 


1 


S 






J 








H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


A.M. P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


303 


1 


44 


6 16 


4 29 


sets 


10 32 


11 9 


10 15 


10 61 


10 13 


306 


2 


M 


6 18 


4 28 


6 1 


11 


11 40 


10 44 


11 23 


10 10 


307 


3 


Tu 


6 19 


4 26 


527 


11 32 


..... 


11 15 


11 56 


10 7 


308 


4 


W 


6 20 


4 25 


6 6 


12 


12 7 


11 52 




10 6 


309 


6 


Th 


622 


424 


6 51 


048 


12 48 


32 


i2*32 


10 2 


310 


6 


Fr 


6 23 


4 22 


7 47 


1 30 


1 35 


1 13 


1 19 


9 59 


311 


7 


Sa 


6 24 


4 21 


8 52 


2 18 


2 25 


2 


2 10 


9 57 


312 


8 


45 


6 26 


4 20 


10 5 


3 12 


3 23 


2 55 


3 7 


954 


313 


9 


M 


6 27 


4 19 


11 22 


4 11 


426 


3 53 


4 10 


9 52 


314 


10 


Tu 


6 28 


4 18 


morn 


5 11 


5 32 


4 56 


5 15 


9 50 


315 


11 


W 


6 29 


4 17 


040 


6 14 


6 36 


5 57 


6 20 


948 


316 


12 


Th 


6 31 


4 15 


1 57 


7 12 


7 38 


6 55 


7 21 


9 44 


317 


13 


Fr 


6 33 


4 14 


3 19 


8 7 


8 35 


7 50 


8 18 


9 41 


318 


14 


Sa 


6 34 


4 13 


4 37 


8 58 


930 


8 42 


9 13 


9 39 


319 


15 


46 


6 35 


4 12 


rises 


948 


10 23 


9 32 


10 6 


9 37 


320 


16 


M 


6 36 


4 12 


440 


10 37 


11 14 


10 20 


10 58 


9 36 


321 


17 


Tu 


6 37 


4 11 


6 22 


11 23 


..... 


11 7 


11 49 


9 34 


322 


18 


W 


6 39 


4 10 


6 15 


7 


12 11 


li 55 





9 31 


323 


19 


Th 


6 40 


4 9 


7 16 


1 


1 


042 


12 44 


9 29 


324 


20 


Fr 


6 42 


4 8 


8 20 


1 53 


1 51 


1 37 


1 35 


9 26 


325 


21 


Sa 


6 43 


4 7 


9 27 


2 50 


244 


2 32 


2 28 


9 24 


326 


22 


4T 


644 


4 7 


10 33 


350 


3 42 


3 32 


327 


9 23 


327 


23 


M 


646 


4 6 


11 38 


4 51 


446 


4 35 


4 30 


9 20 


328 


24 


Tu 


6 47 


4 6 


raorn 


5 52 


5 52 


5 36 


6 35 


9 18 


329 


25 


W 


6 48 


4. 4 


40 


646 


654 


6 30 


6 39 


9 16 


330 


26 


Th 


6 49 


4 4 


142 


7 32 


7 60 


7 17 


7 35 


9 15 


331 


27 


Fr 


6 51 


4 3 


2 45 


8 12 


8 40 


7 56 


8 23 


9 12 


332 


28 


Sa 


6 52 


4 3 


346 


845 


9 22 


8 30 


9 7 


9 11 


333 


29 


48 


6 53 


4 2 


4 52 


9 18 


10 1 


9 2 


944 


9 09 


a34 


30 


M 


6 54 


4 2 


5 58 


950 


10 38 


9 35 


10 21 


9 8 



3— S. C, Cumb. Co. civil; P. C, Portland, Farmington. Wiscas- 
set, Dover, Bath, Alfred, Calais; S. C, Aroostook Co., Houlton. 9— 
P. C, Augusta. 10-S. C, Kennebec Co., Waterville civil; P. C, Bel- 
fast, Skowhegan, Auburn. 11— P. C, Bllsworth. 17— P. C, Rockland, 
Portland, Paris, Houlton, 23— P. C, Augusta. 24— P. C, Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



13th MoBtk. 



BSOKMBEB, 1891. 



tl Aftji. 



New Moon . :-. 
First Quarter. 
Full Moon.... 



M9on's Bhases 

H. K. 

6 45 mo. 
13 ev. 

7 63 mo. 



Last Quarter. . 
New Moon. . . . 



D. I R. M. 

23 39 mo. 
30 10 20 ev. 





JA 


^ 


POBTLAITD. 


HIGH WATBB. 


t^ 


1 


§ 


1 




. 




1 








1 






^ 
^ 


■s 


1 


1 


PoitUad. 


BMtport. 


t 


1 


^ 


1 


1 


§ 

00 


1 






1 








H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


335 


1 


Tu 


6 55 




2 


sets 


10 26 


11 13 


10 11 


10 57 


9 7 


336 


2 


W 


656 




1 


4 47 


11 6 


11 51 


10 48 


11 33 


9 6 


337 


3 


Th 


6 67 




1 


5 40 


11 46 


. ... 


11 30 


..... 


9 4 


338 


4 


Ft 


658 




1 


6 43 


31 


12 31 


13 


12 15 


9 3 


339 


5 


Sa 


6 59 







756 


1 16 


1 19 


069 


1 3 


9 1 


340 


6 


49 


7 







9 9 


2 6 


2 12 


1 48 


1 56 


9 


341 


7 


M 


7 1 







10 27 


268 


3 9 


2 41 


2 52 


859 


342 


8 


Tu 


7 2 







43 


364 


4 10 


3 37 


363 


868 


343 


9 


W 


7 3 







morn 


4 62 


5 12 


4 34 


457 


8 57 


344 


10 


Th 


7 4 







058 


6 60 


6 16 


532 


6 59 


8 66 


345 


11 


Ft 


7 5 







2 16 


6 47 


7 17 


630 


7 


865 


346 


12 


Sa 


7 6 







335 


743 


8 17 


7 26 


8 


8 54 


347 


13 


50 


7 7 







4 52 


835 


9 14 


8 19 


8 57 


863 


348 


14 


M 


7 « 




1 


6 9 


926 


10 9 


9 10 


9 51 


863 


349 


15 


Tu 


7 9 




1 


rises 


10 16 


11 2 


10 


10 45 


8 52 


350 


16 


W 


7 9 




1 


466 


11 3 


1164 


10 48 


11 37 


8 52 


351 


17 


Th 


7 10 




1 


6 1 


11 52 




11 36 




8 51 


a52 


18 


Ft 


7 10 




2 


7 8 


47 


i2*39 


29 


i2*22 


8 61 


353 


19 


Sa 


7-11 




2 


8 17 


1 37 


1 27 


1 20 


1 11 


8 61 


364 


20 


51 


7 12 




3 


9 24 


2 27 


2 17 


2 10 


2 2 


8 61 


355 


21 


M 


7 12 




3 


10 26 


3 17 


3 9 


3 


253 


8 61 


356 


22 


Tu 


7 13 




4 


11 28 


4 6 


4 6 


3 60 


348 


8 61 


367 


23 


W 


7 13 




4 


mom 


4 63 


5 2 


4 38 


445 


8 51 


358 


24 


Th 


7 13 




6 


030 


640 


6 


6 25 


5 45 


8 51 


359 


25 


Fr 


7 14 




6 


1 32 


624 


658 


6 10 


6 42 


8 62 


360 


26 


Sa 


7 14 




6 


2 36 


7 7 


7 52 


6 52 


7 35 


8 62 


361 


27 


52 


7 14 




7 


3 41 


7 50 


840 


7 34 


823 


8 53 


362 


28 


M 


7 15 




7 


4 51 


8 32 


9 24 


8 17 


9 7 


853 


363 


29 


Tu 


7 15 




8 


658 


9 13 


10 5 


8 69 


948 


8 53 


364 


30 


W 


7 15 




9 


set« 


9 58 


10 47 


9 43 


10 30 


854 


365 


31 


Th 


7 15 


4 10 


429 


10 43 


11 30 


10 27 


11 13 


8 55 



1— U. S. D. C, Portland; S. C, Ciimb. Co. eivil; P. C, Portland, 
Farmington, Wiacasset, Dover, Bath, Fryeburg, Alfred; S. C, Kenne- 
bec Co., Aiignsta; S. C, Aroostook Co., Caribou civil. 8— S.J. C, 
Rockland; P. C., Belfast, Skowbegan, Auburn. 9— P. C, Bucksport. 
14-P. C„ Augusta. 15— S. J. C, Bath, Skowbegan; P. C., Portland, 
Paris, Rockland, Presque Isle. 28— P. C, Augusta. 29— P. C., Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



I8t MOBth. JllfUlBT, f8M. fl B^ys. 


Moon's Phases, 




D. 


H. M. 


D. I H. M. 


First Quarter. 
Full Moon.... 


6 


8 12 ev. 


Last Quarter. . 21 10 43 ev. 


13 


10 27 ev. 


New Moon... 29 11 39 mo. 




1 




POBVLAMD. 


HIOH WATBB. 


t^ 




i 






1 






, 








^ 

"S 


1 


1 


! 


Portland. 


Eastport. 


"S 


1 


1 


1 


1 


CO 


» 






1 








H.X. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


A.M. 1 P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


1 


1 


Fr 


7 16 


4 14 


6 43 


11 32 





11 35 




8 68 


2 


2 


Sa 


7 16 


4 15 


668 


6 


i2*i8 


7 


12*23 


8 50 


3 


3 


1 


7 16 


4 16 


8 16 


52 


1 6 


56 


1 10 


9 00 


4 


4 


M 


7 16 


4 17 


9 33 


1 40 


1 57 


1 42 


2 


9 01 


6 


5 


Tu 


7 16 


4 18 


10 49 


2 32 


260 


2 33 


254 


9 02 


6 


6 


W 


7 16 


4 19 


mom 


3 25 


346 


3 27 


3 51 


903 


7 


7 


Th 


7 16 


4 21 


4 


421 


445 


4 22 


450 


9 05 


8 


8 


Fr 


7 16 


422 


1 19 


5 18 


648 


5 20 


6 51 


906 


9 


9 


8a 


7 1& 


4 23 


236 


6 18 


6 53 


6 19 


656 


9 08 


10 


10 


H 


7 16 


4 24 


3 52 


7 17 


7 59 


720 


7 57 


909 


11 


11 


M 


7 14 


4 26 


5 7 


8 15 


9 


8 17 


856 


9 11 


12 


12 


Tu 


7 14 


4 26 


6 13 


9 10 


9 59 


9 12 


960 


9 12 


13 


13 


W 


7 14 


4 27 


rises 


10 2 


10 62 


10 6 


10 40 


9 13 


14 


14 


Th 


7 13 


428 


4 49 


10 50 


11 40 


10 64 


11 27 


9 15 


15 


16 


Ft 


7 12 


429 


5 59 


11 38 


..... 


11 40 




9 17 


16 


16 


Sa 


7 11 


430 


7 6 


025 


12 23 


010 


12*23 


9 19 


17 


17 


3 


7 11 


4 32 


8 11 


1 6 


1 7 


52 


1 5 


9 21 


18 


18 


M 


7 11 


433 


9 15 


1 47 


1 51 


1 32 


1 48 


9^ 


19 


19 


Tu 


7 10 


434 


10 16 


227 


237 


2 12 


230 


924 


20 


20 


W 


7 9 


435 


11 18 


3 7 


3 24 


2 56 


3 13 


9 26 


21 


21 


Th 


7 9 


4 36 


mora 


3 50 


4 12 


340 


4 


928 


22 


22 


Ft 


7 8 


438 


21 


4 35 


5 1 


425 


450 


9 29 


23 


23 


Sa 


7 8 


4 39 


1 26 


5 23 


555 


5 12 


6 43 


931 


24 


24 


4 


7 7 


440 


2 31 


6 13 


650 


6 5 


6 38 


933 


25 


26 


M 


7 7 


442 


3 38 


7 5 


7 44 


7 


7 35 


935 


26 


26 


Tu 


7 6 


443 


446 


756 


8 37 


766 


829 


937 


27 


27 


W 


7 6 


4 44 


5 47 


848 


9 29 


8 48 


9 21 


9 40 


28 


28 


Th 


7 4 


446 


643 


938 


10 15 


9 40 


10 11 


9 43 


29 


29 


Ft 


7 3 


4 47 


sets 


10 27 


11 


10 28 


11 


945 


30 


30 


Sa 


7 2 


4 49 


5 54 


11 16 


11 47 


11 18 


11 46 


948 


31 


31 


5 


7 1 


4 50 


7 16 




12 2 


...... 


12 5 


9 51 


6— S.J. C, Bangor dvil, Belfast. Machias, Saco; S. C, Cumb. 


Co. ; P. C, Portland, Farmlngton, Wiscasset, Dov6r, Bath, Machias, 


Saco. ll-P.C. Augusta. 12-S. J. C, Portland, civil; P. C. Belfast. 


Auburn, Skowhegan. 18— P. C, Ellsworth. 19 -S. J. C, Ellsworth, 
chrll, Auburn; P. C, Portland, PAris, Rockland, Honlton. 25-P. C, 


Augusta. 2&-P. 0., Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



t« ffOBll. 



FBBBVIBT, tSM. 



t^ 1^9CJ9» 



Moon's Phases • 



First Quarter. 
Full Moon.... 



H. M. 

4 39 mo. 

2 38 ev. 



Last Quarter. . 
New Moon. . . . 



H. M. 

7 15 ev. 
10 47 ev. 





^ 




POBTLASD. 


s 


« 


1 










"5 


S 
^ 


^ 
^ 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


t 


1 


1 


o 

§ 








H.M. 


H.M. 


H.M. 


32. 


1 


M 


7 


452 


8 34 


33 


2 


Tu 


6 59 


4 53 


953 


34 


3 


W 


658 


455 


11 9 


36 


4 


Th 


6 57 


456 


morn 


36 


5 


Fr 


656 


456 


025 


»7 


6 


Sa 


654 


450 


142 


38 


7 


6 


653 


5 


256 


39 


8 


M 


6 51 


6 01 


4 5 


40 


9 


Tu 


650 


502 


5 6 


41 


10 


W 


6 49 


5 03 


556 


42 


11 


Th 


6 47 


5 05 


635 


43 


12 


Fr 


6 45 


507 


rises 


44 


13 


Sa 


644 


6 08 


5 57 


45 


14 


7 


6 42 


6 10 


7 2 


46 


15 


M 


6 40 


5 12 


8 6 


47 


16 


Tu 


6 39 


5 13 


9 9 


48 


17 


W 


638 


5 14 


10 9 


49 


18 


Th 


6 37 


5 15 


11 12 


60 


19 


Ft 


6 35 


5 16 


mom 


61 


20 


Sa 


634 


5 17 


17 


52 


21 


8 


6 32 


5 19 


1 22 


53 


22 


M 


6 31 


5 20 


2 28 


54 


23 


Til 


629 


5 21 


3 32 


56 


24 


W 


627 


5 23 


4 28 


56 


25 


Th 


625 


5 25 


5 18 


67 


26 


Fr 


623 


5 27 


6 59 


68 


27 


Sa 


622 


628 


sets 


69 


28 


9 


6 21 


5 29 


6 10 


60 


29 


M 


6 21 


6 29 


7 29 



HIGH WATXB. 



Portland. 



A.M. 


34 


1 21 


2 10 


3 2 


3 57 


4 54 


5 66 


6 59 


8 2 


9 


9 52 


10 40 


11 23 


3 


37 


1 9 


1 42 


2 20 


258 


3 42 


4 32 


6 27 


626 


7 26 


8 21 


9 16 


10 7 


10 56 


11 44 



P.M. 

12 50 

1 40 

2 31 

3 26 

4 25 

5 30 

6 40 

7 52 
858 
955 

10 44 

11 25 

12 3 
12 42 

1 21 

2 
240 

3 23 

4 11 

5 5 

6 4 

7 6 

8 3 

8 58 

9 50 

10 37 

11 24 



Bastport. 



A.M. 


34 


1 20 


2 10 


3 


366 


453 


5 65 


6 59 


8 


8 58 


950 


10 39 


11 22 


6*25 


1 2 


1 38 


2 15 


2 54 


337 


427 


5 23 


6 24 


7 24 


8 21 


9 16 


10 8 


10 57 


11 45 



P.M. 

12 53 

1 42 

2 34 

3 28 

4 26 

6 28 
« 35 

7 40 

8 41 

9 35 

10 26 

11 8 

11 48 

12 2 
12 40 

1 17 

1 56 

2 35 

3 18 

4 7 



8 55 

9 47 

10 35 

11 23 



t 



H.M. 

9 52 
964 
9 57 
959 
10 02 
10 06 
10 07 
10 09 
10 12 
10 14 
10 18 
10 22 
10 24 
10 28 
10 32 
10 34 
10 36 
10 38 
10 41 
10 43 
10 47 
10 49 
10 62 

10 56 

11 00 
11 04 
11 06 
11 08 



2— U. S. D. C, Portland; S. J. C, Banpfor criminal; S. C, Cumb. 
Co. civil; P. C, Portland, Farmington, Wiscasset, Dover, Bath, Saco. 
8— P. C, Anffusta. 9— S. J. C, Paris; P. C, Belfast, Anburn, Skow- 
hegan. 10— P. C, Bucksport. 16— P. C, Portland, Rockland. ParlB. 
22— P. C, Augusta. 23— S. J. C, Houlton civil, Dover; P. C, Bangor, 
Eastport. • 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Si MMth. 



MABOH, 1893. 



81 Dmys. 



Moon's Phases. 



First Quarter . 
Full Moon ... 



I D. I 
13 



H. X. 

2 14 ev. 
7 65 mo. 



Last Quarter.. 
New Moon.... 



H. X. 

16 ev. 
8 18 mo. 





A 


, 


PORTLAND. 


HIGH WATBB. 


t 


1 

o 


o 


1 






1 


1 


1 




Emstport. 




^ 


^ 


1? 





§ ' 


§ 






§ 


p 


Q 


P 


cc 


m 


S 






1-1 








U.H. 


B.M. 


H.M. 


▲.X. P.X. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


H.M. 


61 


1 


Tu 


6 19 


6 30 


8 60 


10 


12 33 


9 


12 32 


11 11 


62 


2 


W 


6 17 


6 32 


10 11 


058 


1 21 


66 


121 


11 15 


63 


3 


Th 


6 15 


5 33 


11 30 


1 46 


2 11 


1 44 


2 12 


11 18 


64 


4 


Ft 


6 13 


6 34 


mom 


2 37 


3 6 


2 35 


3 6 


11 21 


65 


6 


Sa 


6 11 


5 36 


49 


3 31 


4 7 


3 30 


4 6 


11 26 


66 


6 


10 


6 9 


5 37 


1 69 


430 


6 15 


428 


5 9 


11 28 


67 


7 


M 


6 7 


6 39 


3 2 


5 36 


6 33 


5 33 


6 16 


11 32 


68 


8 


Tu 


6 5 


5 40 


365 


6 46 


7 47 


6 39 


7 22 


11 36 


69 


9 


W 


6 3 


5 41 


4 36 


7 61 


8 50 


7 43 


8 22 


11 38 


70 


10 


Th 


6 1 


5 43 


6 9 


8 60 


942 


840 


9 15 


11 42 


71 


11 


Fr 


6 


6 44 


5 37 


9 41 


10 25 


9 32 


10 2 


11 44 


72 


12 


Sa 


5 66 


6 45 


5 69 


10 26 


11 1 


10 18 


10 43 


11 46 


73 


13 


11 


6 56 


5 46 


rises 


11 6 


11 32 


11 


11 20 


11 49 


74 


14 


M 


5 55 


5 47 


6 58 


11 41 





11 36 


11 55 


11 62 


76 


16 


Tu 


5 53 


6 48 


8 




12 15 




12 11 


11 66 


76 


16 


W 


6 51 


5 49 


9 3 


'6*30 


12 60 


028 


12 47 


11 68 


77 


17 


Th 


6 49 


6 60 


10 6 


1 1 


1 26 


1 2 


1 23 


12 01 


78 


18 


Fr 


548 


6 51 


11 11 


1 35 


2 2 


1 36 


2 


12 03 


79 


19 


Sa 


546 


6 52 


mom 


2 14 


2 43 


2 14 


243 


12 06 


80 


20 


12 


5 44 


6 53 


16 


3 


3 31 


268 


3 32 


12 09 


81 


21 


M 


6 42 


5 54 


1 20 


3 51 


425 


350 


4 28 


12 12 


82 


22 


Tu 


5 40 


6 65 


2 19 


450 


5 27 


460 


630 


12 16 


83 


23 


W 


5 39 


5 67 


3 10 


6 52 


6 32 


6 62 


6 33 


12 18 


84 


24 


Th 


5 37 


5 58 


3 63 


6 ^ 


7 33 


6 57 


7 34 


12 21 


85 


25 


Fr 


5 35 


5 59 


4 28 


7 56 


829 


7 67 


8 29 


12 24 


86 


26 


Sa 


5 34 


600 


4 57 


8 51 


9 21 


853 


920 


12 26 


87 


27 


13 


5 32 


6 01 


5 22 


9 44 


10 10 


945 


10 10 


12 29 


88 


28 


M 


6 30 


602 


sets 


10 36 


10 59 


10 36 


10 68 


12 32 


89 


29 


Tu 


5 28 


6 04 


7 44 


11 24 


11 45 


11 23 


11 46 


12 36 


90 


30 


W 


5 26 


6 06 


9 6 




12 12 





12 11 


12 39 


91 


31 


Th 


6 24 


6 07 


10 29 


0*33 


1 2 


31 


1 


12 43 



1— S. J. C Farmington, Augusta civil; S. C, Cumb. Co. ciyil ; P. C. 
Portland, Farmington, Wlscasset, Dover, Bath, Biddef ord. 8— S. J. C, 
Rockland; P. C , Belfast, Auburn, Skowhegan. 9— P. C, Ellsworth. 
14— P. C, Augusta. 16— S. J. C, Skowhegan; P. C, Rocklanji, Port^ 
land, Paris, Moulton. 28— P. C, Augusta. 29— P. C, Bangor. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



UNITED STATES. 



CONBTITCTION. 

Compiled and Amendments incorporated by J. H. Dnunmond, Esq* 
WB) the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect 
union, establisn justice, insure domestic tranquillitf, provide for the com- 
mon defense, promote the general welfere, and secure the blessings of liber* 
iv to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitntioii 
mr the United States of America. 

ARTICLE I. 

Saonoir 1. All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a 
congress of the Unit^ States, which shall coiusist of a senate and house of 
representatives. 

Sbct. 2. The house of representatives shall be composed of members 
chosen every second year by tne people of the several States, and the elect- 
ors in each State shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the 
most numerous branch of the state legislature. 

No person shall be a representative who shall not have attained to the 
age of twenty-five years, and been seven years a citizen of the United States, 
and who shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that State in which 
he shall be chosen. See also Art, XI V, Sec, 8d, qf Amendments, cu to Qual' 
ification o/Jt^esentaUves, 

. Kepresentallves and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the several 
States which may be included within this Union, according to their re- 
spective numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole 
number of flree persons, including those bound to service for a term of 
years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three-J{fths qf all other persons. 
The actual enumeration shall be made within three vears after the first 
meeting of the congress of the United States, and within every subsequent 
term often years, in such manner as thev shall by law direct. The number 
of representatives shall not ejcceed one for every thir^ thousand, but each 
State shall have at least one representative; and unulsuch enumeration 
shall be made, the State of New Hampshire shall be entitled to choose three, 
Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations one. Con* 
necticnt five. New York six. New Jersey four, Pennsylvania eight, Delaware 
one, Maryland six, Virginia ten, North Carolina five. South Carolina five, 
and Georgia three. See Art. XI V, Sec. 2d, of Amendments, in amendment 
qf Apporttonment. 

Wnenracancies happen in the representation from any State, the execu- 
tive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies. 

The house of representatives shall choose their speaker and other officers; 
and shall have the sole power of impeachment. 

Sbct. 8. The senate of the United States shall be composed of two sen* 
ators from each State, chosen by the legislature thereof, for six years; and 
each senator shall have one vote. 

Immediately after they shall be assembled h%. consequence of the first 
election, they shall be divided as equally as may be into three classes. The 
seats of the senators of the first class shall be vacated at the expiration of 
the second year; of the second class, at the expiration of the fourth year; 
and of the third class, at the expiration of the sixth vear ; so that one-third 
may be chosen every second year ; and if vacancies happen, by resignation 
or otherwise, during the recess of the legislature of any State, the executive 
thereof may make temporary appointments until the next meeting of the 
I^slature, whi<^ shall then fill such vacancies. 
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28 AKinJAL BEGISTEB OF MAINS. 

Ko person shall be a senator who shall not have attained to the age of 
thirty years, and been nine years a citizen of the United State*, and who 
shall not, when elected, be an inhabitant of that State for which he shall 
be chosen. See also Art. XIV, Sec. 3d qf Amendments, as to QualijicatUm 
qf Senators. 

The vice-president of the United States riioll be president of the senate, 
but shall have no vote, unless they be equally divided. 

The senate shall choose their otuer otnc^s, and also a president pro tem- 
pore in the absence of the vioe-presideut, or when he shall ez^Ndse the 
otiice of president of the United mates. 

The senate shall have tlie sole power to try all impeachments. When 
slttinff for that purpose, they shau be on oath or affirmation. When tb« 
president of the United States is tried, the chief justice shall preside; and 
no person shall be convicted without the ooncurrenoe of two-thirds of the 
members present. 

Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend Airther than to re- 
movalfrom office, and disqualification to hold and e^joy any office of honor, 
trust, or profit under the United States ; but the party convicted shali^ 
nevertheless be liable and subject to indiotmenty trial, judgment^ and pun- 
ishment, according to law. 

Sect. i. The times, places, and manner of holding elections for 0«iatox» 
and representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the legislature 
thereof; but the congress may at any time by law make or alter such regu^ 
lations, except as to the places of choosing senators. 

The congress shall assemble at least once in ev^ year, and soeh aaeetinc- . 
shall be on the first Monday in Deeemfoer, nntess they shall by law appoii^ 
% diflerent day. 

8bct. 6. £aoh house shall be the judge of the elections, retunu, and 
qualifications of its own members, and a mdBjority of each shall constitute % 
quorum to do business, but a smaller number may adjourn from, day to day^ 
and may be authorized to oompel the attendance of absent membessy u 
such manner, and under sudi penalties as each house may provide. 

Bach house may determine the rules of its proceeding, punish its mem^ 
hers for disorderly behavior^ and, with the oonearr^MO of two-thirds, expel 
a member. 

Each house shall keep a joomal of its proceedings, and from time to tim« 
publish the same, excepting such parts as may, in their judgment, require 
secrecy ; and the yeas and nays of the members of either house on any ques- 
tion shall, at the desire of one-fiftb of those pcesent, be entered on tha 
jloumal. 

Neither house, during the session of congress, shall, without the consent 
of the other, adiourn for more than three days, nor to any other place than, 
that in which the two houses shall be sitting. 

Sbot. 6. The senators and representatives shall reoe£^ a eompensation 
for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out of the treasury of 
the United States. They shall, in all cases, except treason, fislony, and 
breach of the peace, be piivileged from arrest during their attendance at the 
session of their respective houses, and in going to and returning from the 
same ; and for any speech or debate in either house, they shall not be qnee- 
tioned in any other place. . , , 

No senator or representative shall, during the time for which he was 
elected, be appointed to any civil office under the authority of the United 
States which shall have been created, or the emoluments whereof shall 
have been increased during such time; and no person holding any office 
under the United States shall be a member of either house during his oon^ 
tinuance in office. 

Sect. 7. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the house of rep- 
resentatives : but the senate may propose or concur with amendments aa 
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Svery bUl wlii^ flhftll hwre pawed the hoose of repfetentetiTes and the 
•eaate. shall, before it become a law, be presented to the president of the 
United States; if be approve he shall sifn it, but if not he shall return it 
irfth his ot^eetions to that honse In which it shall have originated, who 
shall enter the objections at large on their Journal, and proeeed to reconsider 
it. If after hoeh reconsideration two-thirds of that house shall agree to pass 
the bill, it shall be sent, together with the obilections. to the other house, 
by which it shall likewise be reconsidered; and if approved hj two-thirds 
m tfaait hottse, It shall become a law. Bat, in all such cases, the Yotes of 
both houses shall be determined hj Teas and nays; and the names of the 
persons voting for and against the mil shall be entered on the journal of 
•aeh house respeetivelY. If any bill shall not be returned by the preiddent 
within ten days (Snnoays excepted) after it shall have been presented to 
him, the same shall be a law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless 
the congress, by their adjournment, preivent its return, in which ease It 
shall not be a law. 

Xwery order, resolution, or vote to which the oonenrrenoe of the senate 
and house of representatives may be necessary (exc^t on a question of 
adjounnneiit), shall be presented to the president of the united States, and, 
before the same shall take efibct, shall do approved by him, or, being di»> 
mprored by him, shall be re-passed by two-toirds of the senate and hoosa 
of representatives, accordiiur to the rides itnd limitations prescribed In the 
easeofabiU. 

% SaoT. 8. The congress shall have power,— To lay and collect taxes, ds- 



mooey on the credit of the United Statss;— To regulate conunerce with 
foreign nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian tribes; 
—To establish a uniform rule of naturalisation, and uniform laws on the 
suliject of bankruptcies, throughout the United States;— To coin money, 
legnlate the Talne thereof and of foreign coin, and fix the standard ef 
weights and measures ;— To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting 
-tin securities and current eoin of the United States;— To establish pos^ 
offices and post-roads ;— To promote the progress of scieaoe and uselhl arts, 
by seonring for lisaited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right 
to their reiipeetive writings and discoveries ;— To constitute tribunals infe- 
rior to the supreme court ;— To define and punish piracies and felonies com- 
mitted on the high seas, and ollenses against the law of nations ;— To de- 
clare war, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning 
captures on land and water ;— To raise and support armies ; but no appro- 
bation of money for that use shall be for a longer term than two years; 
—To provide and maintain a navy ;— To miUce rules for the government and 
regulation of the land and naval forces;— To provide for calling forth the 
militia to execute. the laws of the Union, suppress insurrections and repel 
invasions;— To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining the mili- 
tia, and for governing such part of them as may be employed In the service 
of the United States, reserving to the States respectively the appointment 
of the officers, and the authority of training the militia according to the 
discipline prescribed by congress ;— To exercise exclusive legislation in all 
cases whatsoever over su^h district (not exceeding ten miles square) as may, 
by cession of particular States^and the acceptance of congress, become the 
seat of the government of the United States ; and to exercise like authori- 
ty over all places purchased by the consent cf the legislature of the State 
in which the same shall be, foi the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, 
dock-vards, and other needftil buildings :— And to make all laws which 
shall oe necessary and proper for carrying Into execution the foregoing pow- 
ers, and all other powers vested by this Constitution in the government Of 
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Sect. 9. The migration or importation of such persons as anv of the 
States now existing shall think proper to admit shall not be prohibited by 
the coneress prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight ; but a 
tax or duty may be imposed on such importation, not exceeding ten dol* 
lars for each person. 

I The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless 
when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it. 

No bill of attainder, or ex i>06t fiicto law, shall be passed. 

No capitation or «ther direct tax shall be laid, unless in proportion to 
the census or enumeration hereinbefore directed to be taken. 

No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported ft-om any State. 

No preference shall be given by any regulation of commerce or revenue 
to the ports of one State over those of another ; nor shall vessels bound to, 
or from, one State, be obliged to enter, clear, or pay duties in another. 

No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of ap- 
propriations made by law ; and a regular statement and account of the re- 
ceipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from time to 
time. 

No title of nobility shall be granted by the United Statev; and no person 
holding any office of profit or trust under them shall, without the consent 
of congress, accept of any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind 
whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign State. 

Sect. 10. No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confedeni- 
tion; grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit bills of cred- 
it; make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts; 
PASS any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law imjNiiring the obligv 
iion of contracts; or grant any title of nobility. 

No State shall, without the consent of the congress, lay any imposts or 
duties on imports or exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for 
executing its inspection laws; and the net produce of all duties and im- 
posts, laid by any State on imports or exports, shall be for the use of the 
treasury of the United States, and all sucn laws shall be subject to the re- 
vision and control of the congress. 

No State shall, without the consent of congress, lay any duty of tonnage, 
keep troops or ships-of-war in time of peace, enter into any agreement or 
compact with another State or with a foreini power, or engage in war, un- 
less actually invaded, or in such imminent danger that will not admit of 
delay. 

ABTICLB n. 

Sbotiow 1. The executiveuower should be vested in a president of the 
United States of America. He shall hold his office during the term of four 
years, and, together with the vice-president, chosen for the same term, be 
elected as follows : 

Each State shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may 
direct, a number of electors, equal to the whole number of senators and 
representatives to which the State may be entitled in the congress ; but no 
senator or representative, or person holding an office of trust or profit un- 
der the United States, shall be appointed an elector. See also Art* XIV, 
Sec. 3d, of Amendments, as to qtialification qf Electors. 

IThe next paragraph in the original Const, has been rei)ealed, and the fol- 
lowing (Art. XII, ofAmend's), substituted : The electors shall meet in their 
respective States, and vote by ballot for president and vice-president, one 
of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same State with them- 
selves : they shall name in their ballots the person voted for-^as president, 
and in distinct ballots the person voted for as vice-president; "knd they shall 
make distinct lists of all persons voted for as president, and of all persons 
voted for as vice-president, and of the number of votes for each; which list 
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ment of the United States, directed to the president of the senate. The 
president of the senate sliall, in the presence of the senate and house of rep- 
resentatives, oi>en all the certificates, and the votes shall then he counted; 
thsjperson having the greatest number of votes for president sliall he the 
president, if such number be a majority of the whole number of electors 
appointed; and if no person have such nuijorit/, then ft'om the persons 
having the highest numbers, not exceeding three, on the list of those voted 
for as president, the house of representatives shall choose immediately, by 
tmllot, the president. But, in choosing the president, the vote shall be tak* 
en by States, the representation fi-om each State having one vote ; aauomm 
fbr this purpose shall consist of a member or members ttom two-thirds of 
the States, anc a minority of all the States shall be neoessarr to a choice. 
And if the house of representatives sliall not choose a president, whenever 
the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before the fourth day of March 
next following, then the vice-president shall act as president, as in the case 
of tlie death, or other constitutional disability of the president. The per- 
son having the greatest number of votes as vice-president shall be the vice- 
president, if such number be a minority of the whole number of electors ap- 
pointed ; and if no person have a majority, then, from the two highest num- 
bers on the list, the senate shall choose the vice-president ; a quorum for the 
purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole number of senators ; and a 
mi^rity of the whole number shall be necessary to a choice. But no per- 
son constitutionally ineli«dble to the office of president shall be eligible to 
that of vice-president of the United States. 

The congress may determine the time of choosing the electors, and the 
day on which they shall give their votes; which day shall be the same 
throughout the United States. 

f No person, except a natural-bom citlien, or a citizen of the United States 
at the time of the adoption of this constitution, shall be eligible to the 
office of president; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who 
shall not have attained to the age of thirty-flve yean, and been fourteen 
years a resident within the United States. 

In case of the removal of the president from office, or of his death, resig- 
nation, or inability to discharge the powers and duties of the said office, 
the sanle shall devolve on the vice-president; and the congress may by 
law provide for the case of removal, death, resignation, or inability, both 
of the president and vice-president, declaring what officer shall then act as 
president, and such officer shall act accordingly until the disability be re- 
moved, or a president be elected. 

The president shall, at stated times, receive fbr his services a compensa- 
tion, which shall neither be increased nor diminished during the period for 
which he shall have been elected ; and he shall not receive i^thin that peri- 
od any other emolument from the United States, or any of them. 

Before he enter on the execution of ids office, he shall take the following 
oath or affirmation : 

* I do solenmly swear (or affirm) that I will fliithftilly execute the office 
of president of the United States ; and will, to the best of my ability, pre- 
serve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States/ 

Sect. 2. The president shall be commander-in-chief of the army and 
navy of the United States, and of the militia of the several States, when 
called into the actual service of the United States; he may require the 
opinion in writing, of the principal officer in each of the executive depart- 
ments, upon any subject relating to the duties of their respective offices: 
and he shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against 
the United States, except in cases or impeachment. 
^ He shall have power, oy and with the consent and advice of the senate, to 
make treaties, provided two-thirds of the senators present concur; and he 
shall nominate, and by and Mrith the advice and consent of the senate shall 
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jHreme court, and all other officers of the United States whose appointments 
are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by 
law; but the congress may by law vest the appointment of such inferior 
officers as they think proper in the president alone, in the courts of law, or 
in the heads of departments. 

The president shall have power to fill up all vacancies that may happen 
during the recess of the senate by granting commissions, which shall ex- 
pire at the end of their next session. 

Sect. 8. He shall, from to time, give to the congress information of the 
state of the Union, and recommend to their consideration such measures as 
he shall judge necessary and expedient : he may, on extraordinary occa- 
sions, convene both houses, or either of them, and, in case of disagreement 
between them with respect to the time of adjournment, he may adjourn 
them to such time as he shall think proi)er; he shall receive ambassadors 
and other public ministers; he shalltake care that the laws be foithfully 
executed, and shall commission all the officers of the United States. 

Sbct. 4. The president, vice-president, and all civil officers of the United 
States, shall be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of, 
ta'eason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors. 

ABTICLB m. 

Sbotiok 1. The judicial power of the United States shall be vested in 
.one supreme court, and euch inferior courts as the congress may, from time 
to time, ordain and establish. The judges, both of the supreme and infe* 
rior courts, shall hold their offices during good behavior; and shall, at 
stated times, receive for their services a compensation, which shall not be 
diminished during their continuance in office. 

SsoT. 2. The judicial power shall extend to all oases in law and equity 
arising under this Constitution, the laws of the United States, and treaties 
made or which shall be made under their authority ; to all cases aflbcting 
ambassadors, other public ministers, and consuls; to all cases of admiralty 
and maritime jurisdiction; to controversies to which the United Stat^ 
shall be a party ; to controversies between two or more States, between a 
SUUe and citizens qf another State, between citizens of different states, be- 
tween citizens of the same State claiming lands under grants of difibrent 
States, and between a State, or the citizens thereof, and foreign states, di- 
ksens, or subjects. {See Art. XI ^ qf Amendments.) 

In all cases afl^tingambas^dors, other public ministers, and consuls, and 
those in which a State shall be a party, the supreme court shall have orig- 
inal jurisdiction. In all the other cases before mentioned, the supreme 
court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such 
exceptions and under such regulations as the congress shall make. 

The trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by jury; 
and such trials shall be held in the State where the said crimes shall have 
been committed; but, when not committed within any State, the trial shskll 
be at such place or places as the congress niay by law nave directed. 

Sbct. 8. Treason against the United States shall consist only in levyinjf 
war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and com- 
fort. No person shall be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony of 
two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. 

The congress shall have power to declare the punishment of treason ; but 
no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood» or forfeiture, eit- 
oept during the life of the person attainted. 

ARTICLE IV. 
Section 1. Full &ith and credit shall be given in each State to the pub- 
lic acts, records, and judicial proceedings, of every other State. And the 
congress may, by general laws, prescribe the manner in which such acts 
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Sect. 2. The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all privileges and 
immunities of citizens in the several States. 

A person charged in anv State with treason, felony, or other crime, who 
shall flee from justice and be found in another State, sliall, on demand of the 
executive authority of the State from which he fled, be delivered up, to b* 
removed to the State having Jurisdiction of the crime. 

No person held to service or labor in one State under the laws thereof 
escaping into another, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation there- 
in, be discharged from such service or labor, but shall be deliyered up on 
claim of the party to whom such service or labor may be due. 

S£:cT. 3. New States may be admitted by the congress into this Union ; 
but no new State shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any 
other State, nor any State be formed by the junction of two or more States, 
or parts of States, without the consent of the legifllatures of the States 
concerned, as well as of the congress. 

The congress shall have power to dispose of and make all needfhl rules 
and regulationa respecting the territory, or other property, belonging to 
the United States; and nothing in this Constitution shall oe so construed 
as to prejudice any claims of the United States or of any particular State. 

Skct. 4. The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union 
a republican form of government, and shall protect each of them against 
invasion, and, on application of the legislature or of the executive (when 
the l^islature cannot be convened), agunst domestic violence. 

ARTICLE V. 

The congress, whenever two-thirds of both houses shall deocn it neoeesaryf 
shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of 
the legislatures of two-thirds of the several States, shall call a convention 
for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all in- 
tents and purposes as part of this constitution, when ratified bv the legisla* 
latures of three-fourths of the several Statea, or by convention in tnree- 
fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be pro- 
posed by the congress : provided that no amendment which may be made 
prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any man- 
ner afl^t the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first urtide ; 
and that no State, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal soflEh^pO' 
ill the senate. 

ARTICLE VI. 

All debts contracted, and, engagements entered into, before the adoption 
of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States, under this 
Constitution, as under the Confederation. 

This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made 
in pursuance thereof, and all treaties made, or which-shall be made, under 
the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; 
and the judges in every State shall be bound thereby, anything in the Con- 
stitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding. 

The senators and representatives before mentioned, and the members of 
the several State legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers both of 
tne United States and of the several States, shall be bound by oath or af- 
firmation to support this Constitution ; but no religious test shall ever be 
required as a qiudification to any office of public trust under the United 
States. 

ARTICLE VII. 
The ratification of the conventions of nine States shall be sufficient for 
the establishment of tliifl Constitution between the States so rati^ing the 
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A3IENDMENTS 

Td THE OOHSTITFTIOK OF THIC UNITED STATES. 

Artiolb 1. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of 
teligion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof, or aoridging the freedom, 
of 8i)eech or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, 
and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. 

Abt. 2. A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a 
free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not oe in- 
fringed. 

Art. 8. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in any house 
TTlthout the Consent of the owner; nor in time of war, but in a manner to be 
prescribed by law. 

Abt. 4. The right of the i>eople to be secure in their persons, houses, 
papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be 
Tiolated; and no warrant shall issue but upon probable cause, supported bv 
oath or affirmation, and particularly desoiibing the place to be searched^ 
and the persons or things to be seized. 

Abt. 6. No person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise in* 
ftunous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a grand Jury, ex.- 
cept in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the militia, when in 
actual service, in tune of war or public danger; nor shall any person be 
Bublect for the same offense, to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb ; nor 
Bhall be compelled, in any criminal case, to be a witness against himself, 
nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; 
■or shall private property be taken for publio use without just compensa- 
tion. 

Abt. 6. In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right 
to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district 
wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have 
been previously ascertained by law; and to be informed of the nature and 
eause of the accusation; to be confi-onted with the witnesses against him; 
to have compulsory process fbr obtaining witnesses in hisfttvor; and to 
have the assistance oi counsel for his defense. 

Abt. 7. In suits at common law, where the yalne in controversy shall 
exceed twenty doUars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved ; and no 
ftust, tried by jury shall be otherwise re-examined in any court of the United 
States than according to the rules of the common law. 

Abt. 8. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor exoessive fines im^ 
posed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. 

Abt. 9. The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not 
be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. 

Abt. 10. The powers not deienited to the United States by the Consti- 
tion, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the State respect- 
ively, or to the people. 

Abt. 11. The judicial power of the United States shall not be construed 
to extend to any suit in law or equihr commenced or prosecuted against 
one of the United States by citizens of another State, or by citizens or sub- 
jects of any foreign State. 

Abt. 12. {Relating to bcUlotting qf presidential electors, amendatorv qf 
Art. lit See. i, of Constitution, which see). 

Abt. 18. Sect, 1, Neither slavery, nor involuntary servitude, except as 
a punishment for crime, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, 
shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdic- 
tion. 

Sect. 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate 
legislation. • 

Abt. 14. Sect. 1. All persons bom or naturalized in the United States, 
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of the State wherein they reside. Ko State shall make or eiiA>ro0 ant law 
which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United 
States; nor shall any State deprive any person of lifip, liberty, or property, 
without due process of law, nor deny to any person within it« jarisdlctioa 
the equal protection of the laws. 

Sect. 2. (Amendatory to a p&rtton cf Section 2, qf Article l, q/ Consti- 
tution.) Representatives shall be apportioned among the sevend States 
according to their respective numbers, counting the whole nomber of per- 
sona in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to 
vote at any election for the choice of electors for president and rice-pred- 
dent of the United States, representatives in congress, the executive and iu- 
dicial officers of a State, or the members of the legislature thereof, is denied 
to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twen^-one years of age 
and citizens of the United States, or in any war abridged except for partic- 
ipation in rebellion or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall 
be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens shall 
bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such 

Sect. S. (Amendatory to Sections 2 and 3 qf Article /, and Section J qf 
Article II.) No person shall be a senator or representative in congress, or 
an elector of president or vice-president, or hold any office, civil or military, 
under the United States, or under any State, who, havingj)revion8ly taken 
an oath as a member of congress, or as an officer of the United States, or 
as a member of any State Le^slature, or as an executive or Judicial officer 
of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have 
engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or com- 
fort to the enemies thereof. But congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of 
each house, remove such disability. 

Sect. 4. The validity of the public debt of the United States authorized 
by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for 
services in suppressing insurrection and rebellion, shall not be questioned. 
But neither tne United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt 
or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United 
States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave ; but all such 
debts, obligations, and claims shall be hela illegal and void. 

Sect. 6. The congress shall have i>ower to enforce, by appropriate legisla- 
tion, the provisions of this article. 

Art. 15. Sect. 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall 
not be denied or abridged by the United States, or by any State, on account 
of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. 

Sect. 2. The congress shall have power to enforce this article by appro- 
priate legislation. 

H[iflt«rlcal Facta conaected with the f«miati«ii •f th« •riff- 
inal Union, and tli« admiMian af n«fr States. 

On Monday, September 5, 1774, a number of men were assembled at Car- 
penter's Hall, Philadelphia, who had been chosen by the several Colonies, 
in what now constitutes the United States, to hold a Congress for the pur- 
pose of discussing certain grievances imputed to the mother country. This 
Congress resolved that each colony should have one vote only. On Tues- 
day, July 2, 1776, the Congress resolved, "That these United Colonies are, 
and of righi ought to be. Free and Independent States," etc. ; and on Thurs- 
day, July 4, the whole Declaration of Independence having been agreed 
upon, waa publicly read to the people. On September 9 it was resolved that 
the words " United Colonies " should no longer be used, and that *' United 
States *' should thenceforward be the style and title of the Union. On Sat- 
urday, November 16, 1777, " Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union 
of the United States of AJmerica'^ were agreed to by the State Delegates, 
subject to the ratification of the several State Legislatures. Eight of the 
States ratified these articles July 9, 1778 ; one July 21 ; one July 24; one No- 
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PBESIDBTCT8 OF THE COWTIinCNTAL OONGBBPB. 

Peyton Randolph, Virginia, September 6, 1774; b 1728, d 1775. 
Henry Middleton, South Carolina, October 22, 1774. 
Peyton Randolph, Virginia, May 10, 1775; b 1728, d 1776. 
John Hancock, I^assachusetts, May 24, 1776 ; b 1737, d 1775. 
Henry Laurens, South Carolina, November 1, 1777 ; b 1723, d 1792. 
John Jay, New- York, December 10, 1778; b 1746, d 1829. 
Samuel Huntington, ConnecticiU, September 28, 1779 ; b 1732, d 1796. 
Thomas McKean^ Delaware, July 10, 1781 ; b 1734, d 1817. 

John Hanson, Maryland, November 5, 1781 ; b , d 1783. 

Elias Boudinot, New Jersey, November 4, 1782; b 1740, d 1824. 
Thomas Mifflin, Pennsylvania, November 8, 1788; b 1744, d 1800. 
Richard Henry Lee, Virginia, November 30, l'S6; b 1732, d 1794. 
Nathaniel Gh)rham, Massachusetts, June 6, 1786; b 1738, d 1796. 
Arthur St. Clair, Pennsylvania, February 2, 1787; b 1734, d 1818. 
Cyrus Griffin, Virginia, January 22, 1788; b 1748, d 1810. 

The seat of government was established, first at Philadelphia, Penn.. 
commencing Sept. 6, 1774; and May 10, 1775; at Baltimore, Md., Dec. 20, 
1776; at Philadelphia, Penn., March 4, 1777; at Lancaster, Penn., Sept. 27, 
1777 ; at York, Penn., Sept. 30, 1777 ; at Philadelphia, Penn., July 2, 1778 ; at 
Princeton, N. J., June 30, 1783; at Annapolis, Md., Nov. 26, 1783; at Tren 
ton, N. J., Nov. 1, 1784: and at New- York City, Jan. 11, 1785. 

On the 4th of March, 1789, the present Constitution, which had been 
adopted by a convention and ratified by the requisite number of States, 
went into operation . The several State L^slatures ratified this instrument 
at the following dates : 

•-Delaware, Dec. 7, 1787'f Pennsylvania, Dec. 12, 1787 ; sNew-Jeraey, Dec. 
13, 1787;^««orgia, Jan. 2, 1788 ;^Connecticut, Jan. 9, 1788 ;'-Mas8achusett8, 
F«b. 6, 1788r-Maryland, April 28, 1788,'^outh Carolina, May 28, 1788rJ^ew 
Hampshire, June 21, 1788;^^irginia, June 26, 1788 ;^-New-York, July 26, 
1788;>North Carolina, Nov. 21, 1789;'^hode Island, May 29, 1790. 

The privilege of becoming members of the Union by ratifying the Consti- 
tution was confined to those States that were parties to the confederation 
by which the Constitution had been framed. The Constitution was adopted 
by the Convention, September 17, 1787. It required that nine States should 
ratify it before its provisions could go into eff'ect. Congress, on the 18th of 
September, 1788, determined that as a sufficient number of States had rati- 
fied it— eleven having done so— it should become operative on the first Wed- 
nesday (the 4th) of March, 1789. North-Carolina and Rhode-Island had not 
yet sanctioned it ; but as soon as they acceded to its provisions, they were 
admitted to its privileges. 

Thirty-one States hiave been admitted since the confederation of the 
original thirteen colonies, their admission taking efibot as follows : 

17.^^iscon8in, May 29, 1848. 
ISrOalifornia, September, 9, 1850. 
19.-^innesota, May 11, 1858. 
20.-Oregon, Feb. 14, 1869. 
21.^Kansa8, Jan. 29, 1861. 
22.-West Virginia, June 19, 1868. 
23>Nevada, October 81, 1864. 
24:-Nebraska, March 1, 1867. 
25.-Colorado.AngU8t 1, 1876. 
26.'' North Dakota, November 2, 1889. 
27.sSouth Dakota, November 2, 1889. 
28.--Montana, November 8, 1889. 
29. -Washington, November 11, 1889. 
30.^daho, July 3, 1890. 
81.-Wyoming, July 10, 1890. 



ir Vermont, March 4, 1791. 

2.' Kentucky, June 1, 1792. 

8>Tennessee, June 1, 1796. 

4.-'Ohio, November 29, 1802. 

5.-Loui8iana, April 30, 1812. 

6.~Indiana, December 11, 1816. 

T.ltfississippi, December 10, 1817. 

8."-Illinois, December 3, 1818. 

9.^ Alabama, December 14, 1819. 
lO.^tfaine, March 16, 1820. 
11. Missouri, August 10, 1821. 
12.- Arkansas, June 16, 1836. 
13.-Michigan. January 26. 1887. 
14. Florida, March 3, 1846. 
15.'^xas, December 29, 1845. 
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TICK-PRESIJDKNTS. 

TERMS OF OFFICE. 

John Adams, Mass., April 30, 1789, to March 4, 1797. 

Thomas Jefferson, Va., March 4, 1797, to March 4, 1801. 

Aaron. Burr, N. Y., March 4, 1801, to March 4, 1805. 

George Clinton, N. Y., March 4, 1806 (died April 20, 1812). 

Elbndge Gerry, Mass., March 4, 1813 (died November 28, 1814). 

Daniell). Tompkins, N. Y., March 4, 1817, to March 4, 1826. 

John C. Calhoun, S. C, March 4, 1826, to March 4, 1833. 

Martin Van Buren, N. Y., March 4, 1833, to March 4, 1837. 

Richard M. Johnson, Ky., March 4, 1837, to March 4, 1841. 

John Tyler, Va., March 4, 1841 (President after death of W. H. Harrison, 
April 4, 1841). 

George M. Dallas, Penn., March 4, 1846, to March 4, 1849. 

MUlard Fillmore, N. Y., March 4, 1849 (President after death of Z. Taylor, 
July 9. 1860). 

William R. King, Ala., March 4, 1863 (died April 18 1863). 

J. C. Breckinridge, Ky., March 4, 1867, to March 4, 1861. 

Hannibal Hamlin, Me., March 4, 18«>1, to March 4, 1866. 

Andrew Johnson, Tenn., March 4, 1866 (President after death of A. Lincoln, 
April 16, 1866). 

Schuyler Colfiix, Ind., March 4, 1869, to March 4, 1873. 

Henry Wilson, Mass., March 4, 1878 (died November 22, 1876). 

Wm. A. Wheeler, N. Y., March 4, 1877, to March 4, 1881. 

C. A. Arthur, N. Y., Mar. 4, 1881 (President after death of James A. Gar- 
field, Sept. 19, 1881). 

Thomas A. Hendricks, Indiana, March 4, 1885 (died Novembor 26, 1885). 

Levi P. Morton, New York, March 4, 1889. 



CABINKT OFFICERS. 

8EORSTARIK8 OF BTATB. 

The " state Department" was created by Act qf Congress, 1789, 
Thomas Jefferson, Virginia, 26 Sept., 1789; bom 1748, died 1826. 
Edmund Randolph, Virginia, 2 January, 1794; b 1753, d 1813. 
Timothy Pickering, Massachusetts, 10 December, 1795; b 1746, d 1829. 
John Marshall, Virginia, 13 May, 1800; b 1766, d 1836. 
James Madison, Virginia, 5 March, 1801 ; b 1761, d 1886. 
Robert Smith, Maryland, 6 March, 1809; b 1767, d 1842. 
James Monroe, Virginia, 26 November, 1811 ; b 1758, d 1831. 
John Quincy Adams, Massachusetts, 3 March, 1817 ; b 1767, d 1848. 
Henry Clay, Kentucky, 8 March, 1826; b 1777, d 1862. 
Martin Van Buren, iVetr- York, 6 March, 1829; bl782. d 1862. 
Edward Livingston, Louisiana, April - " - """" ^ 1764, d 1886. 
Louis McLane, Delaware, 7 March, 18J 17. 

John Forsyth, Georgia, 27 June, 1834; 

Daniel Webster, Massachusetts, 5 Mar I, d 1852. 

Hugh S. Legare (acting). South Carolh ; b 1797, d 1848. 

Abel P. Upshur, rir^/mta, 24 June, 18^ 14. 

John Nelson (acting), Maryland, 29 Fe • 1791 , d 1860. 

John C. Calhoun, South Carolina, 6 M 82, d 1860. 

James Buchanan, Pennsylvania, 6 Mai 1, d 1868. 

John M. Clayton, Delaware 7 March, 1 [S56. 

Daniel Webster, Massachusetts, 20 Jul d 1862. 

Edward Everett, Massachusetts, Nov., 1865. 

William L. Marcy, New York, 5 Marcl d 1867. 

Lewis Cass, Michigan, 5 Mar., 1867 ; b Oct. 9, 1782, d 1866. 



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Jeremiah S. Black, Pennsylvcmia, Deo. 14, I860: b 1810, d 1885. 
William H. Seward, New York, March 6, 1861; b 1801. d Oct. 10, 1872. 
Elihu B. Wasliburne, Rlbwis, March 4, 1869; b 1816, d 1887. 
Hamilton Fish, New York, March 17, 1869; b 1809. 
William M. Evarts. New York, March 12. 1877 : b 1818. 
James G. Blaine, Maine, March 7, 1881 ; b 1830. 

Frederick T. Frelinghuysen. New Jersey. Dec. 12, 1881 ; b 1817, d 1886. 
Thomas Francis Bayard, Deleware, March 6, 1885; b Oct. 29, 1828. 
James O. Blaine, Mawie, March 5, 1889; b 1880. 

8BORETARIB8 OF THB TREABURT. 

T%e ** Treasury Department " tww crecUed by Act qf Congress » 1789, 
Alexander Hamilton, New- York, 11 Sept., 1789; b 1757, d 1804. 
Oliver Wolcott, Connecticuty 3 February, 1795; b 1760, d 1833. 
Samuel Dexter, Massachusetts, 31 December, 1800; b 1761, d 1816. 
Albert Gallatin, Pennsylvania, 26 January, 1802; b 1761, d 1849. 
George W. Campbell, Tennessee, 9 February, 1814; b 1768, d 1848, 
Alexander J. Dallas, Pennsylvania, 6 October, 1814; b 1759, d 1817. 
William H. Crawford, Georgia. 5 March, 1817; b 1772, d 1884. 
Kichard Rush, Pennsylvania, 7 March, 1826; b 1780, d 1859. 
Samuel D. Ingham, Pennsylvania, 6 March, 1829 : b 1779, d 1860. 
Louis McLane, Delaware, April or May, 1881 ; b 1786, d 1867. 
William J. Duane, Pennsylvania, Jan. or June, 1838; b 1780, d 1366. 
Roger B. Taney (not confirmed by Senate), 1833; b 1777, d 1864. 
Levi Woodbury, New Hampshire. 21 June, 1834 ; b 1789, d 1851. 
Thomas Ewing, Ohio. 5 March, 1841 ; b 1789, d 1871. 
Walter Forward, Pennsylvania., 18 September, 1841 ; b 1786, d 1862. 
John C. Spencer, New York, 3 March, 1843; b 1788 .d 1856. 
George M. Bibb, Kentucky, 15 January, 1844; b 1784, d 1889. 
Robert J. Walker, Mississippi, 5 March. 1845; b 1801. d 1869. 
William M. Meredith, Pennsylvania, 7 March. 1849; b 1799. 
Thomas Corwin, Ohio, 20 July, 1860; b 1794, d 1865. 
James Guthrie, Kentucky, 5 March, 1853; b 1793, d 1869. 
Howell Cobb, Georgia, 5 March, 1867 ; b 1815. d Oct. 9, 1868. 
PhUip F. Thomas, Maryland, Dec. 12, 1860 ; b 1810. 
John A. Dix, New York. 11 Jan., 1861; b 1798, d 1879. 
Salmon P. Chase, Ohio, 4 March, 1861; b 1808, d 1873. 
Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Maine, July 1864; b 1806, d 1869. 
Hugh McCulloch, Indiana, March 4, 1865; b 1811. 
George S. Boutwell, Massachusetts, March 11, 1869; b 1818. 
William A. Richardson, Massachusetts, March 17, 1873; b 1810. 
Benj. H. Bristow, KetUucky, June 4, 1874; b 1833. 
Lot M. Morrill, Maine, July 7. 1876; b May 3, 1815, d Jan. 10, 1883. 
John Sherman, Ohio. March 8, 1877: b May 10. 1823. 
William Wlndom, Minnesotn, March 7, 1881; b 1827. 
Charles J- FoJger. IVew York, Oct. 27, 1881 ; b 1818, d 1884. 
Hugh Mcrulloch, Indianu, Oet. 28, 1884; b 1811. 
Daniel Manning, New York, March 4, 1885; b 1831, d 1887. 
Charles S. Fairchild, New York, April 1, 1887. 
William Windom, Minnesota, March 5, 1889; b 1827, d 1891. 
CJiarles Foster, Ohio, Feb. 24, 1891. 

SBCRBTARIES OF THE INTERIOR. 

The *' Department of the Interior,*' created by Act qf Congress, 1849, 
Thomas Ewing, Ohio, 7 March, 1849; b 1789, d 1871. 
T. M. T. McKennan (declined). Penn.. 1850; d 1862. 
Alexander H. H. Stuart, Virginia, 2 September, 1850; b 1807. 
Robert McClelland, Aliehigan, March. 1853; b 1807, d 1867, 
Jacob Thompson, Mississippi, 5 March, 1857; b 1810, d 1885. 



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Caleb B. Smith, Indiana, 6 March, 1861 ; b 1808, d 1864. 

John P. Usher, Indiana, Jan. 8, 1863; d 1889. 

James Harlan, Iowa, 15 May, 1865 ; b 1820. 

Orville H. Browning, Illinois, 1 September, 1866: b 1806, d 1881. 

Jacob D. Cox, Ohio, March 4, 1869 ; b 1828. 

Columbus Delano, Ohio, Nov. 1, 1870; b 1809. 

Zachariah Chandler, Michigan, Oct. 19, 1875; b 1813, d Nov, 1, 1879. 

Carl Schurz, Missouri, March, 12, 1877; b Prussia, March 2, 1829. 

Samuel J. Kirkwood, Iowa, March 7, 1881 ; b 1813. 

Henry M. Teller, Colorado, April 17, 1882; b 1830. 

Lncios Q. C. lAmar, Mississippi, March 4, 1885 ; b Sept. 17, 1826. 

WiUiam F. Vilas, Wisconsin, Jan. 16, 1888; b 1840. 

John W. Noble, Missouri, March 5, 1889; b 1831. 



SSORBTARISS OF WAR. 

" War Department,** created by Act of Congress, August 7, 1789, 
Henry Knox, Massachusetts, 12 September, 1789; b 1750, d 1806. 
Timothy Pickering, Massachusetts, 2 January, 1795; b 1746, d 1829. 
James McHenry, Maryland, 27 January, 1796; b 1753, d 1816. 
Samuel Dexter, Massachusetts, 13 May, 1800; b 1761, d 1816. 
Boger Griswold, Connecticut, 3 February, 1801 ; b 1762, d 1812. 
Henry Dearborn, Massachusetts, 4 March, 1801 ; b 1751, d 1829. 
William Eustis, Massachusetts. 7 March, 1809; b 1753, d 1825. 
John Armstrong, New York, 19 January, 1813; b 1758, dl843. 
James Monroe, Virginia, 26 September, 1814 ; b 1758, d 1831. 
William H. Crawford, Georgia, 2 March, 1815; b 1772, d 1834. 
George Graham (acting), Virginia, 1817; b 1758, d 1826. 
John C. Calhoun, South Carolina, 16 October, 1817; b 1782, d 1860. 
James Barbour, Virginia, 7 March, 1825; b 1775, d 1842. 
Peter B. Porter, New York, 26 May, 1828; b 1773, d 1844. 
John H. Eaton, Tennessee, 9 March, 1829; b 1790, d 1856. 
Lewis Cass, Michigan, Aug. 1, 1831; b Exeter, N. H., 1782, d 1866. 
Benjamin F. Butler (acting). New York, 1837; b 1795, d 1868. 
Joel R. Poinsett, South Carolina, 7 March, 1837; b 1779, d 1861. 
John Bell, Tennessee, 6 March, 1841; b 1797, d 1869. 
John C. Spencer, New York, 12 October, 1841; b 1788, d 1855. 
James M. Porter, Pennsylvania, 8 March, 1843. 
William Wilkins, Pennsylvania, 16 February, 1844; b 1779, d 1865. 
WlUiam L. Marcy, New York, 6 March, 1845 ; b 1786, d 1857. 
George W. Crawford, Cfex/rgia, 7 March, 1849; b 1798. 
Charfes M. Conrad, Louisiana, 16 August, 1850; b 1804, d 1878. 
Jefferson Davis, Mississippi, 5 March, 1853; b 1808; d 1889. 
John B. Floyd, Virginia, 6 March, 1857; b 1805, d 1863. 
Joseph Holt (acting ), Kentucky . b 18()7. 

Simon Cameron, Pennsylvania^ 6 March, 1861 ; b 1799; d 1889. 
Edwin M. Stanton, Pennsylvania, Jan. 12, 1862; b 1815, d 1869. 
Ulysses S. Grant, Illinois (ad int.), Aug. 12, 1867; b 1822, d 1886. 
Li. Thomas (ad int.) 

John M. Schofield, Illinois, May 30, 1868 ; b N. Y., 1831. 
John A. Rawlins, Illinois, March 11, 1869; b 1831, d Sept., 1869. 
William W. Belknap, Iow>a, Oct. 18, 1869; b 1829, d 1890. 
Alphonso Taft, Ohio, March 8, 1876; b 1810. 
James D. Cameron, Pennsylvania, May 22, 1876; b 1883. 
Geo. W. McCrary, lo^oa, March 12, 1877; b Aug. 27, 1835, d 1889. 
Alexander Ramsey, Minnesota, Dec. 10, 1879; b Sept. t, 1816. 
Robert T. Lincoln. Illinois, March 5, 1881. 
William C. Endicott, Massachusetts, March 6, 1886; bl827. 
Redfield Proctor, Vermont, March 6, 1889; b 1831. 



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BKCBBTARIB8 OF THE WAVY. 

" Kavy Department,** created by Act qf Congresi, April 30 1 1798 » 

Benjamin Stoddert, Maryland, 21 May, 1798; b 1761, d IMS. 
Robert Smith, Maryland, 26 January, 1801 ; b 1757, d 1842. 
Jacob Crowninshield, Massachusetts, 2 March, 1806, d 1808. 

Paul Hamilton, Sonth Carolina 7 March, 1809; b d 1816. 

William Jones, Pennsylvania, 12 January, 1813; d 1881. 

B. W. Crowninshield, Massachusetts, 17 December, 1814; b 1774, d 1861. 

Smith Thompson, New York, 80 November. 1818; b 1767, d 1848. 

John Rogers (acting), 1828; b 1765, d 1888. 

Samuel £. Southard, New Jeisey, 9 December, 1828; b 1787, d 1842, 
John Branch, North Carolina. 9 March, 1829; b 1782. d 1868. 
Levi Woodbury, New Hampshire, April, 1831: b 1789, d 1851. 
Mahlon Dickerson, New Jersey, 30 June, 1834; b 1779, d 1858. 
James K. Paulding, Neto York, 25 June, 1838; b 1779, d 1860. 
George E. Badger, North Carolina, 5 March, 1841; b 1796, d 1866. 
Abel P. Upshur, Virginia, 13 September, 1841 ; b 1790, d 1844. 
David Henshaw, Massachusetts, 24 July, 1843; b 1791, d 1862. 
Thomas W. Gilmer, Virginia, 15 February, 1844; b . . . . , d 1844. 
John Y. Mason, Virginia. March 14, 1844; b 1796, d 1859. 
George Bancroft, Massachusetts, 10 March, 1845; b 1800. 
John^. Mason, Virginia, 9 September, 1846; b 1795, d 1869. 
William B. Preston, Virginia, 7 March, 1849; d 1862. 
William A. Graham, IVorth Carolina, 20 July, 1860; b 1804, d 1875. 
John P. Kennedy, Maryland, July 22, 1852; b 1796, d 1870. 
James C. Dobbin, North Carolina, 6 March, 1858; b 1814, d 1867. 
Isaac Toucey, Connecticut, 5 March, 1867; b 1798, d 1869. 
Gideon Welles, Connecticut, 6 March, 1861; b 1802, d 1878. 
Adolph E. Borie, Pennsylvania, March 4, 1869; b 1810. d 1882. 
George M. Robeson, New Jersey, June 26, 1869; b 1829. 
Richard W. Thompson. Indiana, March 12, 1877; b June 9, 1800. 
Nathan G off jr., West rirgrmta, January 6, 1881. 
William H. Hunt, Louisiana, March 7, 1881; b 1884, d 1884. 
William E. Chandler, New Hampshire, April 1, 1882; b 1886. 
William C. Whitney, New York, March 6, 1886; b. July 6, 1842. 
Benjamin F. Tracey, New York, March 6, 1889; b 1880. 

POST-HCASTBBS-OBITBBAL. 

The " Post-Office Department ** was established by the old Cnngreis* 

Samuel Osgood, Massachusetts, 26 September, 1789; b 1748, d 1818. 
Timothy Pickering, Mass., August, 1791 ; b 1746, d 1829. 
Joseph Haberbham, Georgia, 26 February, 1796; b 1760, d 1815. 
Gideon Granger, Connecticut, 26 January, 1801; b 1767, d 1822. 
Return J. Meiga, Jr., Ohio, 17 March, 1814; b 1766, d 1825. 
JohnMcLean, Ohio, 9 December, 1823; b 1786, d 1861. 
William T. Barry, Kentuckft, 9 March, 1829; b 1785. d 1835. 
Amos Kendall, Kentucky, 1 May, 1835; b 1789, d Nov., 1869. 
John M. Niles, Connecticut, 25 May, 1840 ; b 1787, d 1856. 
Francis Granger, New York, 6 March, 1841 ; b 1787, d 1868. 
Charles A. Wickliffe, Kentucky, 13 September, 1841 ; d Oct. 81, 1869. 
Cave Johnson, Tenn^issee, 5 March, 1845 ; d November 23, 1866. 
Jacob Collamer, Vermont, 7 March. 1849; b 1792, d Nov. 8, 1866. 
Nathan K. Hall, New York, 20 July, 1850; b 1810, d 1861. 
Samuel D. Hubbard, C<mmctiGUt, October, 1852; b 1799, d 1866. 
James Campbell, Pennsylvania, 5 March, 1863; b 1812. 
Aaron V. Brown, Tennessee, 6 March, 1867 ; b 1796, d 1859. 
Joseph Holt, Kentucky, 6 March, 1869; b 1807. 



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Horatio King, Maine, 12 February, 1861, acted 1860; b 1811. 

Montgomery Blair, Maryland, 6 March, 1861 ; b 1818, d 1883. 

William Dennison, Ohio, September, 1864; b 1816, d 1882. 

Alexander W. Randall, WisconMn, July, 1866; b 1819, d July 25, 1872. 

John A. J. Cresswell, Maryland, March 4, 1869; b 1828. 

Marshall Jewell, Connecticut, Aug. 24, 1874: b 1826, d 1888. 

James N. Tyner, Indiana, July 12, 1876; b 1826. 

David M. Key, Tennessee^ March 12, 1877; b 1824. 

Horace Maynard, Tennessee, June 2, 1880; b 1814, d 1882. 

Thomas L. James, New York, March 7, 1881; b. 1881. 

Timothy O. Howe, Wiscotisin, Dec. 20, 1881 ; b. 1816, d 1888. 

Walter Q. Gresham, Indiana, April 3, 1883; b March 17, 1833. 

Frank Hatton, Iowa, Oct. 14. 1884; b 1845. 

WUliam F. Vilas, Wisconsin^ March 6, 1886; b July 9, 1849. 

Don M. Dickinson, Michigan, Jan. 16, 1888; bl846. 

Jolm Wanamaker, Pennsylvania, March 5, 1889; b 1838. 

ATTORNBTS-aSNBBAL. 

The Attorney-General of the United States is chi^ law officer of Govern' 
ment, ana as such is considered a member of the Cabinet. He is the 
constitutional legal adviser and defender of the government. 

Bdmund Randolph, Virginia, 26 September, 1789; b 1753, d 1818. 
William Bradford, Penn^lvania, 27 January, 1794; b 1755. d 1796. 
Charles Lee, Virginia, 10 December, 1796; b 1757, d 1816. 
Theophilus Parsons, Massachusetts, 20 February, 1801; b 1750, d 1813. 
Levi Lincoln, Massachusetts, 6 March, 1801 ; b 1749, d 1820. 
Robert Smith, Maryland, 8 March, 1806; b 1767, d 1842. 

John Breckenridge, Kentivcky, 7 August, 1806; b , d 1806. 

Caesar A. Rodney, Delaware, 20 January, 1807 ; b , d 1824. 

William Pinkney, Maryland, 11 December, 1811; b 1764, d 1822. 

Richard Rush, Pennsylvania, 10 February, 1814: b 1780, d 1860. 

William Wirt, Maryland, 16 December, 1817; b 1772, d 1834. 

John McF. Berrien, Georgia, 9 March, 1829; b 1781, d 1866. 

Roger B. Taney, Maryland, December, 1831 ; b 1777, d 1864. 

Benjamin F. Butler, Neiv York, 16 November, 1833; b 1796. d 1858. 

Felix Grundy, Tennessee, 1 September, 1838 ; b 1777, d 1840. 

Henry D. Gilpin, Pennsylvania, 11 January, 1840; b 1801, d 1860. 

John J. Crittenden, Kentucky, 5 March, 1841; b 1787, d 1868. 

Hugh S. Legare, South Carolina, 13 September. VAU b 1797, d 1843 

John Nelson, Maryland, 1 July, 1843; b 1791. d 1860. 

John Y. Mason, Virginia, 6 March, 1845 ; b 1795, d 1869. [1881. 

Nathan Clifford, Maine, Oct. 17, 1846; b Rumney. N. H., Aug. 18, 1803, d 

Isaac Toucey, Connecticut. June, 1848; b 1798, d 1869. 

Reverdy Johnson, Maryland, 6 March, 1849; b 1796, d 1876. 

John J. Crittenden, Kentucky, 20 July, 1860; b 1786, d 1863. 

Caleb Cushing, Massachusetts, 6 March, 1863; b 1800, d 1879. 

Jeremiah S. Black, Pennsylvania, 5 March, 1857; b 1810. d 1883. 

Edwin M. Stanton, Pennsylvania, December, 1860; b 1815, d 1869. 

Edward Bates, MissouH, 6 March, 1861 ; b 1791, d 1869. 

T. J. Coffey, (arf int.) 22 January, 1863. 

James Speed, Kentucky, 6 December, 1864; b 1812, d 1887. 
Henry Stanbery, Kentucky, July, 1866; b 1803, d 1881. 
William M. Evarts, Neio York, July, 1868; b 1818. 
Ebenezer R. Hoar, Mass., March 4, 1809; b 1816 
Amos T. Akerman, Georgia, 8 July, 1870; b 1819,d 1873. 
Geo. H. Williams, Oregon, Dec. 14. 1871 ; b 1823. 
Edwards Pierrepont, New York, April 26, 1875; b 1817. 
Alphonzo Taft, Ohio, May 22, 1876; b 1810. 



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Charles Devens jr., Mas8€tchu8etts, March 12, 1877; b 1820. 
Wayne MacVeagh, Pennsylvania, March 7, 1881; b 1883. 
Benjamin H. Brewster, Pennnylvania, Dec. 19, 1881 : b 1816, d 1888. 
Augustas H. Garland, Arkanmb, March 6, 1886; b 1832. 
William H. H. Miller, Indiana, March 5, 1889. 

8ECBBTART OF AOBICULTUEE. 

'^D^Mxrtment of Agriculture " created by Act qf Congress, 1889. 
Jeremiah M. Rusk, Wiscatisin, March 5, 1889; b. 1830. 

OHIBF JUSTICES OV THB S1TPRBXS OOUBT. 

The Supreme Court' ' is the higfiestjudidaZ trUnmal in the VniUed States. 

John Jay, Neto York, 26 September, 1789; b 1746, d 1829. 

John Rutledge, South Carolina, 1 July, 1795; b 1789, d 1800. 

William Gashing (declined), Massachusetts, 27 January, 1796 ; b 1788, d 1810. 

Oliver EUsworth, Connecticut, 4 March. 1796: D 1746. d 1807. 

John Jay (declined). New York, 19 December, 1800; b 1746, d 1829. 

John Marshall, Virginia,^! January 1801; b 1766, d 1886. 

Roger B. Taney, Maryland, March, 1836; b 1777, d 1864. 

Salmon P. Chase, Ohio, 6 December, 1864; b Cornish, N. H., 1808, d 1873. 

Morrison R. Waite, Ohio, January 21, 1874; b Lyme, Ct.. 1816. d 1888. 

Melville W. Fuller, Illinois, July 18, 1888; b Augusta, Me., 1834. 

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME OOUET. 

John Rutledge, South Carolina, 26 September, 1789; b 1789, d 1800. 

William Cushhig, Massachusetts, 27 September, 1789; b 1788, d 1810. 

Robert H. Harrwon (declined), Maryland, 28 Sept., 1789; b 1746, d 1790. 

James Wilson, Pennsylvania, 29 September, 1789; b 1742, d 1798. 

John Blah-, Virginia, 80 September, 1789; b 1732, d 1800. 

Jamm Iredell, North Carolina, 10 February, 1790; b 1761, d 1799. 

Thomas Johnson, Maryland, 7 November, 1791 ; b 1732, d 1819. 

William Patterson, New York, 4 March, 1798; b 1745, d 1806. 

Samuel Chase. Maryland, 27 January, 1796; b 1741, d 1811. 

Bushrod Washinjgton, Virginia, 20 December, 1798 ; b 1762, d 1829. 

Alfred Moore, North Carolina, 1799; b 1766, d 1810. 

William Johnson, South Carolina, 26 March, 1804; b 1771. d 1834. 

Brockholst Livingston, New York, 16 January, 1806; b 1757, d 1828. 

Thomas Todd, Kentucky, 4 March, 1807; b 1766, d 1826. 

liOvi Lincoln (declined), Massachusetts, 7 January, 1811 ; b 1749, d 1820. 

John Quincy Adams (declined), Mass., 22 February, 1811 ; b 1767, d 1848. 

Gabriel Duval, Maryland, 18 November, 1811; b 1762, d 1844. 

Joseph Story, Mass., 18 November, 1811 ; b 1779, d 1845. 

Smith Thompson, New York, 9 December, 1823; b 1767, d 1845. 

Robert Trimble, Kentucky, 9 March, 1826; b 1777, d 1828. 

John McLean, Ohio, 7 March. 1829; b 1786, d 1861. 

Henry Baldwin, Pennsylvania, 6 January, 1880; b 1779. d 1846. 

James M. Wayne, Georgia, 13 January, 1836; b 1790. d 1867. 

Philip P. Barbour, Virginia, 16 March. 1886; b 1788. d 1841. 

William Smith, Alahama, 8 March. 1837; b 1766, d 1840. 

John Catron, Tennessee, 8 March, 1887 ; b 1778, d 1866. 

John McKinley, Alahama, 8 September, 1837; b 1780, d 1862. 

Peter V. Daniel, Virginia, 3 March, 1841 ; b 1786, d 1860. 

Samuel Nelson, New York, February, 1845; b 1792. d 1873. 

Levi Woodbury, New Hampshire, January, 1845 ; b 1789, d 1861. 

Robert C. Grier, Pennsylvania, 1846; b 1794, d 1870. 

Benjamin R. Curtis, Massachusetts, 10 Oct., 1861; res 1857; b 1809, d 1874 



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John A. Campbell, Alabama, 1868; b 1811, d 1889. 

Nathan Clifford, Maine, Jan. 12, 1868; b 1803; dl881. 

Noah H. Swayne, Ohio, Jan. 24. 1861, b 1805; resigned Jan. 25, 1881, d 1884. 

Samuel F. Miller, Iowa, Jnly 16, 1862, b 1816, d 1890. 

David Davis, Illinois, 1862, b 1815; resigned, 1877; d 1886. 

Stephen J. Field, California, March 10, 1866, b 1816. 

William M. Strong, Pennsylvania, Feb. 18, 1870; b 1808. 

Joseph P. Bradley, New Jersey, March 24, 1870; b 1813. 

Ward Hunt, Aew York, Dec. 11, 1872; b 1811, d 1886. 

John M. Harlan, KentiicJej/ , Nov. 29, 1877; b 1833. 

William B. Woods, Georgia, 1880: b 1826; d 1887. 

Stanley Matthews. Ohio, 1881 ; b 1824, d 1889. 

Horace Gray, Massachiisetts, 1881 ; b. 1828. 

Samuel Blatchford, New York, 1882; b 1820. 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Mississippi, Jan. 17, 1888; b 1825. 

David J. Brewer, Kansas, 1889; b 1837. 



CONORBSS. 

FRBSIDE17TS OF THE SBNATB PRO TEMPORX. 

John Langdon, New Hampshire, April, 1789; b 1739, d 1819. 

Richard Henry Lee, Virginia, April, 1792, d 1794. 

John Langdon, New Hampshire, May, 1792; b 1789, d 1819. 

'^ " " March, 1793; b 1739, d 1819. 

Ralph Izard, Smith Carolina, May, 1794; b 1742, d 1804. 
Henry Tazewell, Virginia, February, 1795; b 1753, d 1790. 
Samuel Livermore, New Hampshire, May, 1796. 
William Bingham, Pennsylvania, February, 1797; b 1751, d 1804. 

William Bradford, Bhode liland, July, 1797; b , d 1808. 

Jacob Read, South Carolina, November, 1797, d 1816. 
Theodore Sedgwick, Massachusetts, June, 1798; b 1746, d 1813. 
John Lawrence, New York, December, 1798; b 1750, d 1810 
James Ross, Pennsylvania, March, 1799; b 1762, d 1847. 
Samuel Livermore, New Hampshire, December, 1799, d 1808. 

Uriah Tracy, Connecticyat, February, 1800. ; b , d 1807. 

John E. Howard, Maryland, November, 1800; b 1752, d 1827. 
James Hillhouse, Connecticut, February, 1801; b 1754, d 1832. 
Abraham Baldwin, Georgia, December, 1801; b 1754, d 1807. 
Stephen R. Bradlev, Vermont, December, 1802, d 1880. 
John Brown, Kentucky, October, 1803, d 1887. 
Jesse Franklin, North Carolina, March, 1804: b 1768, d 1828. 
Joseph Anderson, Tennessee, January, 1805 ; b 1757, d 1837. 
Samuel Smith, Maryland, December, 1805 ; b 1752, d 1839. 

Stephen R. Bradley, Vermont, December, 1808; b , d 1880. 

John Mllledge, Georgia, January, 1809; b 1767, d 1818. 
Andrew Gregg, Pennsylvania, January, 1809; b 1755, d 1836. 

John Gaillard, South Carolina, February, 1810; b , d 1826. 

John Pope, Kentucky, February, 1811; b 1770, d 1846. 
William H. Crawford, Georgia, March, 1812; b 1772, d 1834. 
Joseph B. Varnum, Massachusetts, December, 1818; b 1750, d 1821. 

John Gaillard, South Carolina, January, 1810 ; b , d 1826. 

Nathaniel Macon. North Carolina, May, 1826; b 1767, d 1837. 
Samuel Smith, Maryland, May, 1828; b 1752, d 1839. 

Littleton W. Tazewell, Virginia, July, 1882; b , d 1860. 

Hugh L. White, Tennessee, December, 1832 ; b , d 1840. 

George Poindexter, Mississippi, January, 1884; b 1779, d 1868. 
John Tyler, Virginia. March, 1885; b 1790, d 1862. 
William R. King, Ala^ma, July. 1886; b 1786, d X863. 



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Samuel L. Southard, New Jersey, March, 1841: b 1787, d 1842. 

Willie P. Maugum, North Carolina, May, 1842; b 1792. d 1861. 

David R. Atchlaon, Missouri, August, 1846; b 1807, d 1886. 

William R. King, Alabama, July, 1850; b 1786, d 1858. 

David R. Atchison, Missouri, December, 1862; b 1807, d 1886. 

Jesse D. Bright, fndiana, 1866; b 1812, d 1876. 

Solomon Foot, Vermont, 1861 ; b 1802, d 1866. 

Daniel Clark, iVei^> Hampshire, 1862; b 1809. 

Lafayette S. Foster, Connecticut, March 4. 1865; b 1^06, d 1880. 

Beiyamin F. Wade, Ohio, March 4, 1867; b 1800, d 1878. 

Henry B. Anthony, Rhode Island, March 4, 1869; b 1815, d 1884. 

Mathew H. Carpenter, Wisconsin, March 4, 1873; b 1824, d 1881. 

Thomas W. Ferry, Michigan, March 9, 1876; b 1827. 

Allen Qt. Thurman, Ohio, March, 1879: b 1818. 

Thomas F. Bayard, Delaware, Sept. 28, 1881: b 1828. 

David Davis, Illinois, Oct. 13, 1881; b 1815, d 1886. 

(George F. Edmunds, Vermont, March 3. 1888; b 1828. 

John Sherman. Ohio, Dec. 7, 1885; b 1823. 

John J. Ingalls, Kansas, Feb. 26, 1887; b 1888. 

BPBAKBR8 OF THB HOUBE OF REPRBSENTATIYBS. 

Ist Congress, F. A. Muhlenburg, Pennsylvania; b 1750, d 1801. 

2d «' Jonathan Trumbull, Connecticut; b 1740, d 1809. 

3d " F. A. Muhlenburg, Pennsylvania; b 1750, d 1801. 

4th and 6th Congress, Jona. Dayton, New Jersey; b 1760, d 1824. 

6th Congress, Theodore Sedgwick, MassachuseUs ; b 1746; d 1818. 

7th, 8th, and 9th Congress, Nathaniel Macon, N. C; b 1767, d 1837. 
10th and 11th Congress, Joseph B. Yamum, Massachusetts; b 1750, d 1821. 
12th and 13th Congress, Henry Clay, Kentucky; b 1777, d 1852. 
18th Congress (2d sese.), Langdon C beeves, f<o\Uh Carolina; b 1776, d 1867. 
14th, 16th, and 16th, Henry Clay, Kentucky; b 1777, d 1852. 
16th Congress (2d session), John W. Taylor, New York; b 1784, d 1864. 
Vita Congress, P. P. Barbour, Virginia; b 1783, d 1841. 
18th " Henry Clay, Kentucky; b 1777, d 1852. 
19th " John W. Taylor, New York; b 1784, d 1854. 
!40th, 2l8t, 22d, and 28d Congress, Andrew Stevenson, Va.; b 1784, d 1867. 
23d Congress (2d session), John Bell, Tennessee; b 1797, d Sept. 10, 1869. 
24th and 26th Congress, James K. Polk, Tennessee; b 1796, d 1849. 
26th Congress, Robert M. T. Hunter, Virginia; b 1809, d 1887. 
27th ^ John White, Kentucky; b 1806, d Sept. 22, 1845. 
28th " John W. Jones, Virginia; b 1805, d Jan. 29, 1848. 
29th " John W. Davis, Indiana; b 1799, d Aug. 22, 1860. 
80th " Robert C. Winthrop, Massachusetts; b 1809. 
81st " Howell Cobb, Georgia; b 1815, d 1868. 
32d and 38d Congress, Linn Boyd, Kentucky; b 1800. d Dec. 16, 1859. 
84th Congress, Nathaniel P. Banks, Ma^^;sachusetts ; b 1816. 
85th ^* James L. Orr, South Carolina; b 1822, d 1873. 
86th " William Pennington, New Jersey; b 1796, d 1862. 
87th " Galusha A. Grow, Pennsylvania; b 1823. 
88th, 89th and 40th Congress, Schuyler Colfax, Indiana; b 1823, d 1885. 
41st, 42d and 43d Congress, James G. Blaine, Maine: b Jan. 31, 1830. 
44th Congress, Michael C. Kerr, Indiana, b 1827, d 1876. 
44th (2d sess.), 45th, 46th Cong., Samuel J. Randall, Penn., b. 1828, d 1890. 
47th Congress, J. Warren Keifer, Ohio, b. 1836. 
48th, 49th and 50th Congress, John G. Carlisle, Kentucky, b 1836. 
5l8t Congress, Thomas B. Reed, Maine, b 1839. 



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€fiIVi»Ui»fill OF T0fi VIVITfiO STATKS. 



STATES. 


DATfc 


AREA. 


1790. 


1800. 


1810. 


1820. 


Alabama 


1819 


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127,901 


Arkansas 


1836 
1860 


►45 
>80 








14,266 


California 


Colorado 


1876 


;45 










Connecticut* 


1788 


146 


237,946 


251,002 


261,942 


276,148 


Delaware* 


1787 


160 


59,096 


64,278 


72,674 


72,749 


Florida 


1846 


^ 










Creorgia* 


1788 


180 


82,548 


162,686 


252,438 


340,986 


Idaho 


1890 


;oo 










Illinois 


1818 


00 






12,282 


66.162 


Indiana 


1816 


no 





5.641 


24,620 


147,178 


Iowa 


1846 


75 










Kansas 


1861 
1792 


00 
00 


""78,677 


' '226',955 


' '406.611 




Kentucky 


564.185 


Louisiana 


1812 


20 






76,556 


162.923 


Maine 


1820 


96 


96,640 


151,719 


228,705 


298,269 


Maryland * 


1788 


W 


819,728 


841,548 


880,546 


407.360 


Massacliusetts* — 


1788 


40 


878,787 


422.845 


472,040 


523,169 


Michigan 


1837 


30 






4.762 


8,765 


Minnesota., 


1868 


06 










Mississippi 

Montana 


1817 


40 




8,860 


40,352 


76,448 


1889 


1 80 








Missouri 


1821 


35 






20,845 


66,567 


Nebraska 


1867 
1864 


86 
1 40 










Nevada 




N. Hampshire*. . . . 


1788 


05 


141,886 


183,858 


214,460 


244.022 


New Jersey * 

New York* 


1787 


56 


184,139 


211.149 


246,562 


277,426 


1788 


20 


840,120 


589,061 


969,049 


1,372,111 


No. Carolina* 


1789 


80 


398,761 


478,108 


556,500 


638,829 


No. Dakota 


1889 


00 










Ohio 


1802 


60 




45,865 


230,760 


681,295 


Oregon., 


1869 


60 










Pennsylvania* 


1787 


85 


484.878 


602,365 


816,091 


iM'iM 


Rhode Island* 


1790 


86 


68,826 


69,122 


76,931 


83,016 


So. Carolina* 


1788 


70 


249,078 


845,591 


415,115 


502,741 


So. Dakota 


1889 


00 










Tennessee 


1796 


50 


86,691 


105,602 


261.727 


422,7n 


Texas 


1846 


5 90 










Vermont 


1791 


36 


85,426 


164,465 


217,895 


236,966 


Vir^nia* 

Washington 

West Virginia 


1788 


25 


747,610 


880,200 


974,600 


1,065,116 


1889 


80 










1868 


45 










Wisconsin 


1848 


50 










Wyoming 


1890 


90 










TEBRITOBIES. 














tAlaska 


1868 


531,409 










Arizona 


1863 


112,920 










D. of Columbia 


1790 


60 




14,098 


24,028 


88,089 


Indian 


1834 


69,830 










New Mexico 


1860 


123,460 











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Utah 


i860 


82,190 











Total 


8,501,409 1 


3,929,214 


5,308,488 


7,239,881 


9,688,822 



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1830. 


1840. 


1850. 


1860. 


1870. 


1880, 


1890. 


309,527 


590,766 


7n,623 


964,201 


996,992 


1,262.606 


U 


80,888 


97,574 


209,897 


436.450 


484.471 


802,626 


1»: 






92,697 


379,994 
34,277 


660,247 
39,834 


864,694 
194,327 


1,' 


297,675 


309.978 


870.792 


460,147 


537,464 


622,700 


' 


76,748 


78,086 


91,532 


112,216 


126,015 


146,608 


] 


84,780 


64,477 


87.446 


140,424 


187,748 


269,498 


{ 


616,828 


691,392 


906.186 


1,057,286 


1,184,109 
14,999 


1,542.180 


l,i 


157,445 


476,188 


861,470 


1.711,961 


2.639,891 


8,( 71 


3,J 


843,081 


685,866 


988,416 


1,850,428 


1,680.637 


1,1 01 


?'i 




48,112 


192,214 


674,913 


1,194,020 


1,1 115 


l.i 








107,206 


864,399 


! '96 


1,^ 


687,917 


779,828 


982,405 


1.166.684 


1,821,011 


1,( ;90 


1,< 


215,739 


862.411 


617,762 


708.002 


726,916 


1 46 


1,1 


899.466 


601,798 


588,169 


628.279 


626,915 


( m 


( 


447,040 


470,019 


683,034 


687,049 


780,894 


\ 43 


1,< 


610.408 


787,699 


994,614 


1,281,066 


1.467,351 


i; )86 


2,5 


81,689 


212,267 


897.654 


749,113 


1,184,069 


1,< «7 


2,( 






6,077 


172,023 


489,706 


' 73 


1»* 


186,621 


376,661 


606,526 


791.306 


827,922 

20,596 

1,721,295 


1,: 97 

69 

2,: E80 


'i 


140,466 


383,702 


682,044 


1,182,012 


2,( 








28.841 


122,993 


i 02 


1,( 








6.867 


42,491 


166 




269,828 


284.674 


817,976 


826,073 


818,300 


1 m 


C.^,w 


320.828 


373.306 


489,555 


672,036 


906,096 


1,: 16 


1,444,938 


1,918,608 


2,428,921 


3,097,894 


8,880,736 


4,882,769 


5,( 171 


6,997,868 


787,987 


753,419 


869,039 


992,622 


1,071.861 


i; 60 

109 

8, 162 


1,617,947 

182,719 

8,672,816 


987,908 


1,619,467 


'1,980,829 


2,339,511 


2,666,260 






13,294 


62,466 


90,923 


68 


813,767 


1,848,288 


1,724,038 


2,811,786 


2,906,216 


3,521,961 


4,: 191 


^'?5?'2iJ 


97,199 


108,830 


147,646 


174,620 


217,353 


: «i 


346,606 


681,186 


694,398 


668,507 


703,708 


705,606 


! .77 
'68 


1,151,149 
828 808 


"mm 


829,210 


1,002,717 


1,109.801 


1,268,620 


1,1 169 


1,767.618 






212.592 


604,215 


818,679 


l,i 49 


2,286,628 


280,652 


291,948 


814,120 


315,098 


330,561 


\ m 


832,422 


1,211,405 


1,239,797 


1,421,661 


1,696,318 


1,226.163 


1,1 .66 


1,655,980 








11.694 


28,956 
442,014 


.16 

1 m 


349,890 






762,794 




80,946 


306,391 


776,881 


1,064,670 
9,118 

'9,658 


l,i i97 
89 

40,440 


1,686,880 
60,706 

21,929 
69,620 


89,884 


43,712 


61,687 


76,080 


131,700 


177,624 


280,392 






61,547 


98,616 


91,874 


119,665 


153,598 
61,884 
207,906 







11,380 


40,273 


86,786 


143,963 


12,866,020 


17,069,468 


28,191,876 


81,443,321 


38,658,871 


50,155,788 


62,622,250 



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JBIiECTORAIi VOTE— ISre, 1880, 18S4 AND 1888. 



fl ^ H W 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 6 

Colorado 8 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 4 

Georgia 

Illinois 21 

Indiana 

Iowa 11 

Kansas 6 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 8 

Maine 7 

Maryland. ...*.. 
Massachitsetts.18 

Michigan 11 

Minnesota .... 6 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska 8 

Nevada... .... 8 

New Hamps're 6 

New Jersey 

New York 

NorthCarolina. . 

Ohio 22 

Oregon 8 

Pennsylyania .29 
Rhode Island. 47 
SouthCarolina. . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 5 

Virginia 

WestVii^nia... 
Wisconsin 10 



10 



11 
15 

i2 



8 
16 



9 
86 
10 






» H 



10 10 
6 6 
6 6 



8 8 

4 4 

11 11 



12 12 

8 8 



8 8 



10 



12 
8 



11 
6 



8 8 
15 15 



8 8 



9 
io 10 



Q B 



S o 



10 10 

7 7 



6 6 

3 3 

4 4 
12 12 



15 15 



22 22 



13 13 

8 8 



13 18 

9 9 



8 8 



6 6 



9 9 
16 16 



14 14 
13 18 

7 



9 9 
36 86 
11 11 






i § ^ 



22 22 
15 16 
18 18 



13 



10 

7 



6 
3 
4 
12 



13 

8 



14 14 
13 18 

7 7 



8 8 



9 
16 



4 4 



7 7 
12 12 

8 8 

li ii 

5 6 



9 9 

12 12 

13 13 

i2 i2 

6 6 



28 23 

3 3 
30 80 

4 4 



4 4 



11 11 



6 5 

8 3 

4 4 

36 86 



28 23 

3 3 
30 30 

4 4 



16 



9 

ii 



4 4 



11 11 



9 
12 
18 

i2 
6 



9 
12 
18 

12 
6 



Total. . . .186 185 184 184 214 214 155 155 219 219 182 182 233 233 168 168 

Notes <yn the Electoral Votes of 1884 atid 1888. 
•popular vote 1884. 

Cleveland, Dem 4,911.017 I Butler. Greenback ia3,S26 

Blaine, Jiep .4,848.384 | St. John, ProhiHtUm 151,809 

Whole vote .10,048,061 

♦popular vote 1888. 

Harrison, Rep 5,440,551 I Streeter, Union Lab 147,045 

Cleveland, iJem 6,638,434 | Fisk, Prohibition 250,299 

Whole vote 11,386,682 

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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



KXECDTIVE DKPARTMEirr. 

Salary. 

President, BENjAanw Harrison, Indiana fSO.Ow 

Vice-president, Levi P. Morton, New York 8,000 

CABINET. 

Secretary of State, James G. Blaine, Maine. $8,000 

Secretary of the Treasury, Charles Foster, Ohio 8,000 

Secretary of War, Rbdfield Proctor, Vermont 8,000 

Postmaster-General, John Wanamaker, Pennsylvania 8,000 

Attorney-General, William H. H. Miller, Indiana 8.000 

Secretary of the Navy, Benjamin F. Tracky, New York 8,000 

Secretary of the Interior, John W. Noble, Missouri 8,000 

Secretary of Agriculture, Jeremiah M. Rusk, Wisconsin ^... 8,000 

judiciary — supreme court of united states. 

Ghlef-Jnstice, Melville W. Fuller, Illinois, 1888 $10,600 

Associate Justice, Stephen J. Field, California, 1868 10,000 

Associate Justice, Joseph P. Bradley, New Jersey, 1870 10,000 

Associate Justice, John M. Harlan, Kentucky, 1877 10,000 

Associate Justice, David J. Brewer, Kansas, 1889 10,000 

Associate Justice, Horace Gray, Massachusetts, 1881 10,000 

Associate Justice, Samuel Blatchpord, New York, 1882 10,000 

Associate Justice, Lucius Q. C. Lamar. Mississippi, 1888 10,000 

Associate Jusiice, Henry B. Brown, Micliipui, 1891 10.000 

Court meets second Monday in October, at Washington. 

Marshal— John M. Wright, Kentucky. 
Reporter— J. C. B. Davis, New York. Clerk— Jas. H. McKenney, Dist. ofCol. 

circuit court. 

The First Judicial Circnit embraces Maine, New Hampshire, Massachn. 
setts, and Rhode Island. 

The Circuit Court in the district of Maine is held at Portland on the 28d 
days of April and September, except when occurringon Sunday, in which 
event, on the 24th of those months. Horace Grav, Boston, Mass., Circuit 
Justice: Le Barron B. Colt, Providence, R. I., Circuit Judge; Abner H. 
Davis, Portland, Clerk; Isaac W. Dyer, Portland, U. S. District Attorney ; 
Hutson B. Saunders, Ellsworth (official P. O., Portland), U. S. Marshal; 
Burton Smith, Portland, Deputy U. S. Marshal. 

^ district court of U. 8. in MAINE. 

Nathan Webb, appointed Jan. 24, 1882, District Judge; Abner H. Davis, 
Clerk; Isaac W. Dyer, U. S. District Attorney; meets in Portland the Ist 
Tuesday of February and December; at Bath, the Ist Tuesday of Septem- 
ber; at Bangor, 1st Tuesday of June. 

Registers in Bankruptcy— C\iVLT\e& Hamlin, Bangor; John W. May, Au- 
burn. 

UNITED states COMMISSIONERS. 

Chas. E. CliflTord, Falmouth, Edward M. Rand, Wm. M. Bradley, Port- 
land; Joseph M. Hayes, Bath; Charles Hamlin, Frederick H. Appleton, 
Bangor; Georpe P. Dutton, Ellsworth; Winfield S. Choate, Augusta; 
Edmund F. Webb, Waterville ; Henry Ingalls, Wiscasset. 

U. 8. COURT OF CLAIMS. 

Chief Justice, William A. Richardson, Mass., 1885. Salary, $4,500. 
Commissioner, D. W. Scribner, Portland, Me. 

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v. S. OFFICERS IN VARIOUS DEPARTJflENTS. 

Comptroller of the Treasury— Asa C. Matthews, Illinois. 

Superintendent of Life Saving Service— Sumner I. Kimball, Maine. 

Adjutant-General^John C. Kelton, Pennsylvania. 

Librarian of Congress— Ainsworth R. Spofford, Ohio. 

Commissioner of Pensions — Green B. Raum, lUiitois. 

Commissioner of Patents— Charles E. Mitchell, Connecticut. 

Commissioner of Indian AflTairs — Thomas J. Morgan, Rliode Island. 

Commissioner of Education— William T. Harris, Mass. 

Commissioner of Railro'ada— Horace A. Taylor, Wisconsin. 

Commissioner of Navigation— William W. Bates, New York. 

Commissioner of General Land Office— Thomas H. Carter, Montana. 

Commissioner of Labor— Carroll D. Wright, Massachusetts. 

ComuiissicMier of Internal Revenue— -John W. Mason, West Virginia. 

Commissioner of Customs — Samuel V. Holliday, Pennsylvania. 

Superintendent of Census— Robort P. Porter, New York. 

Civil Service Commissioners— Charles Lyman, Connecticut; Hugh S. 
Thompson, South Carolina; Theodore Roosevelt, New York. 

Interstate Commerce Commissionei*8 — Thos. M. Cooley, Michigan ; Wm. 
R. Morrison, Illinois; W. L Bragg. Alabama; Wheelock G. Veaaey^ Ver- 
mont ; Edward A. Moseley, Mass. 

milVISTBRS TO FOREiaiV COUIVTRIBS. 

BWVOYfl EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY. 

Argentine Republic.Buenos Ayres. . .John R. G. Pitkin, Louisiana. |i 7,500 

Austria-Hungary. . . Vienna Frederick D. Grant, New York 12,000 

Belgium Brussels Edwin H. T.Trill, Texas 7,500 

Bolivia LaPaz Thomas H. Anderson, Ohio. . . .$5,000 

Brazil Rio de Janeiro. . Edwin H. Conger, Iowa 12 000 

Cent. Am. States .. Guatemala City. RomualdoPacneco, California 10,000 

Chili Santiago Patrick Egan, Nebraska 10,000 

China Peking Henry W. Blair, N.Hampshire 12.000 

Colombia Bogota John T. Abbott, New Hamp're 7,600 

Denmark Copenhagen Clark E. Carr, Illinois 6,000 

France Paris Whitelaw Reid, New York.... 17,600 

(Germany Berlin William Walter Phelps, N. J.. 17,500 

Great Britain London Robert T. Lincoln, Illinois . . . 17,600 

Hawaiian Islands. . .Honolulu John L. Stevens, Me 7,500 

Italy Rome Albert G. Porter, Indiana 12,000 

Japan Yeddo John F. Swift, California 12,000 

Mexico Mexico Thomas Ryan, Kansas 12,000 

Paraguay & Urug'y. Montevideo .... dJeorge ManeV, Tenn 7,600 

Peru Lima John Hicks, Wisconsin 10,000 

Russia St. Petersburg. . Charles Emory Smith, Penn . . 17,600 

Spain Madrid E. Burd Grubb 12,000 

Sweden and NorwayStockholm Wm. W. Thomas jr., Maine. . . 7.600 

The Netherlands . . .The Hague Samuel R. Thayer, Minn 7,600 

Turkey Constantinople. . Solomon Hirsch, Oregon 7,500 

Venezuela Caracas William L. Scruggs, Georgia. 7,500 

MINISTERS RESIDENT AKD CONSULS GENERAL. 

Corea Seoul Augustine Heard, Mass 7,600 

Greece, Roumania and 

Servia Bucharest A. Loudon Snowdon, Penn.. . 6,500 

Hay ti & S^aDomingo.Port-au-Prlnce ..Frederick Douglass, D. C. ... 6,000 

Liberia Monrovia Alexander Clark, Iowa 4,000 

Persia Teheran E. S. Pratt, Alabama 5,000 

Portugal Lisbon George S. Batcheller, Mass. . . 6,000 

Siam Bangkok Sempronius H. Boyd,Missouri 6,000 

Switzerland Berne John D. Washburn, Mass 6,000 



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FIFTir.8eCONI» CONORESS. 

FROM MARCH 4, 1891, TO MARCH 4, 1898. 

The Congress of the United States consists of a Senate and House of Rep- 
resentatives, and must assemble once every year, on the flrat Monday of 
December, unless otherwise provided by law. 

Salaries of President /?ro tern of Senate and Speaker of House, $8,000. 
Salary of Senators and Representatives, $5,000. 

SENATE. 

The Senate is composed of two members ft-om each State. They are cho- 
sen by the Legislatures of the several States, for the term of six years, one- 
third being elected biennially. The Vice-pi*esident of the United States is 
President of the Senate, in which body he has only a casting vote, which 
is given in case of an equal division of the votes of the Senators. In his 
absence, a President pro tempore is chosen from among the Senators by the 
Senate. 
Charles F. Manderson, Nebraska, President pro fern. 

Anson G, MoCook, New York, Secretary, 

ALABAMA. 

John T. Morgan 1895 

James L. Pugh 1897 

ARKANSAS. 

James H. Berry 1896 

James K. Jones 1897 

CALIFORNIA. 

•Charles N. Felton 1893 

Leland Stanford 1897 



COLO u ado. 

Edward O. Wolcott 1895 

Henry M. TeUer 1897 

CONNECTICUT. 

Joseph R. Hawley 1893 

Orville H. Piatt 1897 

DELAWARE. 

George Gray 1893 

Anthony Higgins 1895 

FLORIDA. 

Samuel Pasco 1893 

1897 

OEOROIA. 

Alfred H. Colquitt 1895 

John B. Gordon 1897 

IDAHO. 

George L. Shoup 1895 

FredT. Dubois 1897 

ILLINOIS. 

Shelbv M. Cullom 1895 

John M. Palmer 1897 

INDIANA. 

David Turpie 1893 

Daniel W, Voorhees 1897 



IOWA. 

James F. Wilson 1895 

William B. Allison 1897 

KANSAS. 

Preston B. Plumb 1895 

W. A.Peffkr 1897 

KENTUCKY. 

^John G. Carlisle 1895 

Joseph C. S. Blackburn 1897 

LOUISIANA. 

Randall L. Gibson 1895 

Edward D. White 1897 

MAINE. 

Eugene Hale 1898 

William P. Frye 1895 

MARYLAND. 

Arthur P. Gorman 1893 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Henry L. Dawes 1898 

George F. Hoar 1895 

MICHIGAN. 

Francis B. Stockbridge 1893 

James McMillan 1895 

MINNESOTA. 

Cushman K. Davis 1893 

William D. Washburn 1895 

MISSISSIPPI. 

James Z, George 1893 

Edward C. Walthall 1895 

MISSOURI. 

Francis M. Cockrell 1893 

George G. Vest 1897 



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MONTANA. 

Wilbur F. Sanders 1893 

Thomaa C. Power 1895 

NEBRASKA. 

Algernon S. Paddock 1893 

Charles F. Manderson 1895 

NEVADA. 

William M. Stewart 1893 

John P. Jones 1897 

NEW HAMPSHIBB. 

WiUlam E. Chandler 1895 

Jacob Gallinger 1897 

NEW jebsbt'. 

Rufus Blodgett. 1893 

John Ji. McPkerswi 1896 

NEW YORK. 

Frank Hiscock 1893 

David B. Hill 1897 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Matt W.Ransom 1895 

Zebulon B. Vance 1897 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Lyman R. Casey 1893 

Henry C. Hansbrough 1897 

OHIO. 

John Sherman 1893 

Calvin S. Brice 1897 

OREGON. 

Joseph N. Dolph 1895 

John H.Mitchell 1897 

PENNSYLVANIA.. 

Matthew S. Quay 1893 

James Donald Cameron 1897 



Republicans (in Roman), 47. 
Farmers' Alliance (in sMAiiL caps), 4; vacancies, 2 

* Resigned (to take effect Nov. 1891). 



RHODE ISLAND. 

Nelson W. Aldrich 1893 

Nathan F. Dixon 1895 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Matthew C. Butler 1896 

John L. M. Irby 1897 

south dakota. 

Richard F. Pettigrew 1896 

James H. Kyle 1897 

tennessee. 

William B. Bate 1893 

Isham Q. Harris 1895 

TEXAS. 

John H. Reagan 1893 

Richard Coke 1895 

VERMONT. 

•George F. Bdmunds 1898 

Justin S. Morrill 1897 

VIRGINIA. 

John W. Daniel 18P3 

John S. Barbour 1895 

WASHINGTON. 

John B. Allen 1893 

Watson C. Squire 1897 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Charles J. Faulkner 1898 

John E. Kenna 1896 

WISCONSIN* 

Philetus Sawyer 1898 

William F. Vilas 1897 

WYOMING. 

Francis E. Warren 1898 

Joseph M. Carey 1895 

Democrats (in Italic), 35; 

Total, 88. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
The House of Representatives is composed of members from the sev- 
eral States, elected by the people in separate districts composed of contig- 
nons territory, for the term of two years. The Representatives are appor- 
tioned among the different States according to population. 



ALABAMA. 8 

Richard H. Clarke,* 
Hilary A. Herbert,* 
William C. Gates,* 
Louis W. Turpin, 
James E. Cobb,* 
John H. Bankhead,* 
William H. Forney,* 
Joseph Wheeler.* 

ARKANSAS. 6 

William H Cote, 



C. R. Breckinridge,* 
Thomas C. McRae,* 
William L. Terry, 
Samuel W. Peel.* 

CALIFORNIA. 

Thomas J. Oeary, 
Anthony Caminetti, 
Joseph McKenna,* 
John T. Cutting, 
Eugene F. Loud, 
William W. Bowers. 



COLORADO. 1 

Hosea Townsend.* 

CONNECTICUT. 4 

Lewis Sperry, 
WashHon F. Willcox,* 
Charles A. Russell,* 
Robt. E. DeForest. 

DELAWARE. 1 

John W. Causey. 

FLORIDA. 2 

Stephen R, Mallory, 



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Boh&rt Bullock.* 

GEORGIA. 10 

Xufm R, Lester* 
Henry G. Tamer,* 
Charles F. Crisp* 
Ckas. L. Moses t 
Louibas F. Livingston, 
James H. Blount,* 
B. Wm. Everett 
Thoa. O. Lawsont 
Thos. E. Winn, 
Thos.B. Watson. 

IDAHO. 1 

WlUis Sweet.* 

ILLINOIS. 20 

Abner Taylor,* 
Lawrence E.McOann, 
Allen E. Durborrow, 
Wm. C. Newbury, 
Albert J. Hopkins.* 
Robert R. Hitt,* 
Thomas J. Henderson,* 
Lewis Stewart, 
Henry W. Snow, 
Philip Sidney Post,* 
Benj. T. Cable, 
Scott Wike* 
William M. Springer,* 
Owen Scott, 
Samuel T. Busey, 
George W. Fithtan,* 
Edward Lane,* 
William S. Forman,* 
Jos. R. Williams,* 
George W. Smith.* 

INDIANA. 18 

WUliam F. Parrett,* 
John L. Bretz, 
Jason B. Brown,* 
William S. Holman,* 
George W. Cooper,* 
Henry U. Johnson, 
William D. Bynum,* 
Elijah V. Brookshire,* 
David Waugh, 
David A. Paction, 
Attgustine N. Martin,* 
Chas. A. O. McLellan,* 
Benjamin F. Shively.* 

IOWA. 11 

John J. Seerley, 
Walter f. Hayes,* 
David B. Henderson,* 
Walter H. Butler, 
John T. Hamilton, 
FredE. White, 
John A. T. Hull. 
James P. Flick,* 
Th>s. Botoman, 



John P. Dolliver,* 
Geo. D. Perkins. 

KAN8A8. 7 

Case Broderick, 
Edward H. Funston,* 
Benj. H. Cloveb, 
John G. Otis, 
John M. Davis, 
William Bakbr, 
Jebby Siufson. 

kmntuoky. 11 

W. J. stone,* 
William T. Ellis,* 
I. Herschel Goodnight,* 
Alex. B. Montgomery,* 
Asher G. Caruth,* 
Worth W. Dickerson, 
W. C. P. Breckinridge,* 
James B. McOreary,* 
Thomas H. Paynter,* 
John W. Kendall, 
John H. Wilson.* 

LOUISIANA. 6 

Adolph Meyer, 
Math. D. Lagan, \ 
Andrew Price.* 
Newton C. Bkmchard,* 
Charles J. Boatner,* 
Samuel M. Robertson.* 

MAINS 4 

Thomas B. Reed,* 
Nelson Dingley jr.,* 
Seth L. Milliken.* 
Charles A. Boutelle,* 

MARYLAND. 6 

Henry Page, 
Herman Stump,* 
H. Welles Rusk,* 
Isidor Rayner, 
Barnes Compton, 
Wm. M. McKaig. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 12 

Charles S. Randall,* 
Eiyah A. Morse,* 
John F. Andrew,* 
Joseph H. O'Neill,* 
Sherman Hoar, 
Henry Cabot Lodge,* 
William Cogswell,* 
Moses T. Stevens, 
Geo. F. Williams, 
Joseph H. Walker,* 
Frederic S. Coolidge, 
John C. Crosby. 

MICHIGAN. 11 

J. Logan Chipman,* 
Jos. S. Gorman, 
James O'Donnell,* 
Julius C. Burrows,* 
Melbam. H. Fordid 



Byron O. Stout, 
Justin R. Whiting,* 
Henry X. Youmans, 
Harrison H. Wheeler, 
Thos. A. E. Weadock, 
Sam'l M. Stephenson,* 

MINNESOTA. 5 

Wm. H. Hai-ris, 
John Land,* 
Orrin M. Hall, 
James X. Castle, 

KiTTEL HALVORSBN. 
MISSISSIPPI. 7 

John M. Allen,* 
John C. Kyle, 
Thos. C. Catchings,* 
Clark Lewis,* 
John H. Breeman, 
Tfios. R. Stockdcde,* 
Charles E. Hooker,* 

MISSOURI. 14 

William H. Hatch,* 
Charles H. Mansur,* 
Alex. M. Dockery,* 
Robert P. C. Wilson,* 
John C. Tarsney,* 
John T. Heard,* 
Richard H. Norton,* 
John J. O'Neill,^ 
Seth W. Cobb, 
Samuel Byrnes, 
Richard P. Bland,* 
David A. DeArmond. 
Richard W. Fyan,^ 
Marshall Arnold. 

MONTANA. 1 

Wm. W. Dixon. 

NEBRASKA. 8 

William J. Bryan, 
W. A. McKeighan(Ind.) 
O. M. Kem. 

NEVADA. 1 

Horace F. Bartine,* 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 2 

Luther F. McKinney,\ 
Warren F. Daniels. 

NEW JERSEY. 7 

Christopher A.Bergen,* 
James Buchanan,* 
Jacob A. Geissenhainer* 
Samuel Fowler,* 
Cornelius A. Cadmus, 
Thos. D. English, 
Ed. F. McDoimld. 

NEW YORK. 84 

James W. Covert,* 
David A. Boody. 
William J. Coombs. 
John M. Clancy,* 
Thomas F. Magner,* 



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John R. Fellows, 
Edward J. Dunphy,* 
Timothy J. Campoelly^ 
Amos J. Cummings,* 
Francis B. Spinola,* 
John De Witt Warner^ 
Bostoell P. Flower,* 
Ashbtl P. Fitch* 
Wm. G. Stahlnecker,* 
Henry BaconA 
John H. Ketchara,* 
Isaac N". Cox, 
John A. Quackenbush,* 
Charles Tracey,* 
John Sanford,* 
John M. Wever, 
Leslie W. Russell, 
Henry IV. Bentley, 
George Van Horn, 
James J. Bel den,* 
Georgje W. Ray,t 
Sereno E. Payne* 
Hosea H. liockwell, 
John Raines,* 
Halbert S. Oreenleaf,i 
Jas. W. Wadsworth.t 
Daniel M. Lockwood,^ 
Titos. L. Bunting, 
Warren R. Hooker. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 9 

Wm. A. B. Branch, 
Heniy P. Cheatham,* 
Bev^. F. Grady, 
Benjartiin H. Biinn,* 
Arch. H. A. Williams, 
Syd'm B. Alexander, 
John S. Henderson,* 
WUliam H. H. Cowles,* 
Wm. T. Crawford. 

NORTH DAKOTA. 1 

Martin N. Johnson. 

OHIO. 21 

Bellamy Storer, 
John A. Caldwell,* 
George W. Houk, 
Martin K. Gantz, 
Ferd. C. Lay ton, 
Dennis D. Donovan, 
William E. Haynes,* 
Darius D. Hare, 
Jos. H. Outhwaite,* 
Robert E. Doan, 
John M. Pattison, 
Wm. H. Enochs, 
Irvine Dungan, 



Jas. W. Owens,* 
Micliael D. Harter, 
John G. Warwick, 
Albert J. Pearson, 
Jos. D. Taylor,* 
Ezra B. Taylor,* 
Vincent A. Taylor, 
Tom L. Johnson. 

OREGON. 1 

Binger Herman.* 

PENNSYLVANIA. 28 

Henry H. Bingham,* 
Charles O'Neill,* 
Wm. McAleer, 
John E. Reyburn,* 
Alfred C. Harmer,* 
John B. Robinson, 
Edwin X. Hallowell, 
William Mutchler,* 
David B. Brunner,* 
Marriott Brosius,* 
Lemuel Amerman, 
Geo. W. Shonk, 
James B. Reilly,* 
John W. Rite,* 
Myron B. Wright,* 
Albert C. Hopkins, 
Simon P. Wolverton, 
Louis E. Atkinson,* 
Frank E. Beltzhoover,^ 
Edward Scull,* 
Geo. F. Huff, 
JohuDalzell,* 
Wm. A. Stone, 
Andrew Stewart, 
Eugene P. Gillespie, 
Math. Griswold, 
Chas. W. Stone,* 
Geo. F. Krihbs. 

RHODE ISLAND. 2 

Oscar Lajiliam, 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 7 

Wm. H. Brawley, 
Geo. D. Tillman.* 
Geo. Johnson, 
Geo. W. Shell, 
John J. Hemphill^ 
Leonidas T.Stackhouse, 
Willinm Elliott.^ 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 2 

John R, Gamble, 
John A. Pickler.* 

TENNESSEE. 10 

Alfred A. Taylor,* 

Republicans (in "Roman), 87; Democrats (in Italic), 236; 

Farmers' Alliance (in small caps) 7; Ind., 1 : vacancy, 1; Total, 332. 

♦Denotes membership in 51st Congress. 

fDenotes membership in previous Congress. 



Leonidas C. Honk,* 
H. Clay Snodqrass, 
Benton McMillin,* 
James D. liichardson,* 
Joseph E. Washington,* 
Nicholas N. Cox, 
Benjamin A. Enloe,* 
Bice A. Pierce,* 
Josiah Patterson. 

TEXAS. 11 

Charles Stewart,* 
John B. Lona, 
C. Buckley kilgore,* 
David B. Culberson,* 
Jos. W. Bailey, 
Jo Abbott,* 
William H. Grain,* 
Littleton W. Moore,* 
Roger Q. Mills,* 
Jo 1). Say res,* 
Samuel W.T.Lanham,* 

VERMONT. 2 

H. Henry Powers, 
William W. Grout.* 

VIRGINIA. 10 

Wm. A. Jones, 
John W. Lawson. 
Geo.D. Wise,f 
Jas. F. Epes, 
J'osey G. Lester,* 
Paul C. Edmunds.* 
Charles T. O'Ferrall,* 
William H. F. Lee,* 
James A. Buchanan,* 
Harry St. G. Tucker.* 

WASHINGTON. 1 

John L. Wilson. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 4 

John O. Pendleton, 
William L. Wilson,* 
John D. Alderso^i,* 
Jas. A. Capehart, 

WISCONSIN. 9 

Clinton Babbitt, 
Charles Barwig,* 
Allen R. Bushnell, 
John L. Mitchell, 
George H. Brickner,* 
Lucas M. Miller, 
Frank P. Cobum, 
Nils P. Haugen,* 
Thomas Lynch. 

WYOMING. 1 

Clarence D. Clark. 



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v. 8. INTERNAL. RBTBNVB DEPARTMBIf T. 

DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, 
Comprising the States of New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont. 

COLLBCTOB. 

James E. French, Portsmouth, N. H. 

DEPUTIES FOR MAINE. 

First Diwwior^— Comprising the Counties of York, Cumberland, Andros- 
coggin, Oxford, Sagdahoc, Lincoln, Knox, and Franklin— S. S. Stearns, 
office at Norway; at custom house, Portland, Thursdays. 

Second />it>is*<m— Comprising the Countiea of Kennebec, Somerset, Pis- 
cataquis, Waldo, Penobscot, Hancock, Washington, and Aroostook — 
W. W. MiLLKR (Foxcroft), office at custom house, Bangor. 

Stamp deputy for the entire State. F. W. Guptill, office at Saco. 



ARTICliBS AND OCCrPATIONS SrBJTBCT TO TAX. 

Dealers in Spirits, Fermented Liquors, and Oleomargarine must purchase, 
in advance, of the Collector, ana post in their places of business, a stamp 
or receipt covering their Special Tax. 

Manufacturers of tobacco and cigars, dealers in leaf t-obacco, and ped- 
dlers of tobacco, must register with the Collector of Internal Revenue before 
beginning business and before May 1 each year. 

SPIRITS. 

Rectifiers of less than five hundred barrels 100 00 

Rectifiers of five hundred barrels or more 200 00 

Liquor dealers, retail, $25 00; wholesale .100 00 

Manufacturers of stills 50 00 

Stills or worms; manufactured, each 20 00 

FERMENTED LIQUORS. 

Brewers, annual manufacture less than 500 barrels 50 00 

Brewers, auunal manufacture not less than 600 barrels 100 00 

Dealers in malt liquors, retail, $20 00; wholesale 60 00 

OLEOMARGARINE. 

Dealers in oleomargarine.retail, 48 00; wholesale 480 00 

Manufacturers of oleomargarine, per annum 600 00 

Manufacturers of oleomargarine, commencing business after the 
thirtieth day of June in any year 500 00 



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CUSTOMS DISTRICTS IN THtE STATE OF IREAIIVK. 



DISTRICT OF PORTLAND AND FALMOUTH. 

Collector— Fred N. Dow, Portland— Port of Entry. 

Deputy Collector— Yfi\\i% T. Emmons. 

Acting Deputy Collector— ChVLTles W. Roberts. 

Surveyor— ^vAh?iVi Cleaves. 

Appraiser— 'Eh^n E. Rand. 

Ports of Delivery— VoTtXsLXid, Freeport, Yarmouth, Harpswell, Brunswick. 

This district embraces the county of Oxford, that part of Androscoggin 
lying south and west of Androscoggin river, and the county of Cumber- 
land, except the town of Scarborough. 

DISTRICT OF SACO. 
Collector— FuETShATUD H. Oaks, Saco— Port of Entry. 
Ports of Deliven/Saoo, Biddeford, Scarboro. 

Includes the cities of Saco and Biddeford, and the towns of Scarboro, 
Dayton, Hollis, Buxton, Limington, Cornish and Old Orchard. 

DISTRICT OF KENNEBUNK. 

Collector— T. C. Wiggin. Kennebunk— Port of Entry. 
Deputy Collector and Inspector— Charles Huff, Kennebunkport. 
Ports of Delivery — Kennebunk, Wells, Kennebunkport, Ogunquit. 
Comprises the towns of Wells, Kennebunk, and Kennebunkport, and all 
the shores and waters thereof. 

DISTRICT OF YORK. 

Collector— GBOUQTi W. Curbieb, York— Port of Entry, 
Port of Delivery— York. 
Includes the town of York. 

DISTRICT OF BATH. 

Collector— James W. Wakefield, Bath— Port of Entry. 

Deputy Collectors— John H. Raymond (special), Edward P. Donnell, 
Bath; Wm. H. Hanson, Moose River; Orren Tufts, Beattie. 

Inspectors— Geo. M. Duley, Edward H. Turner, Bath; Rufus McK«i- 
ney, Arrowsic: Wm. H. Whitney, Richmond. 

Ports of Delivery— Bathf Georgetown, Richmond, Bowdoinham, Gard- 
iner, Pittston, Hallo well. 

Includes the town of Dresden in the county of Lincoln; the county of 
Sagadahoc, except that part of Woolwich lying on the Sheepscot river; the 
counties of Kennebec, Franklin and Somei*8et and that part of the county 
of Androscoggin lying north and east of the Androscoggin river. 

DISTRICT OF WISCASSET. 

Collector— Geohqe B. Sawyer, Wiscasset— Port of Entry. 

Deputy Collectors and Inspectors— Chas. W. Gate (spec.), Wiscasset; 
Wm. E. Reed, Joseph Maddocks, Boothbay. 

Ports of Delii^ery — Wiscasset, Boothbay. 

Includes that part of the town of Woolwich lying on Sheepscot river, 
and all that part of the county of Lincoln lying west of the center of Dam- 
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DISTRICT OF WALDOBORO. 

Collect(yr—WTd. H. Luck, Waldoboro— Port of Entry. 

Deputy Collectors— George Bliss (special), Waldoboro; Nelson Hull, St. 
George; Edward Brown, Thomaston; Wm. H. Hilton, Damariscotta; The- 
odore E. Simonton, Rockland. 

Inspector —Wjm&n W. Ulmer, Rockland. 

J^orts of Delivery— WsHdoboro, Rockland, Thomaston, St. George, Dam* 
ariscotta. 

DISTRICT OF BELFAST. 

Collector— GEOiuiB B. Ferguson, Belfast— Port of Entry. 
Special Deputy Collector— Jm. S. Harriman, Belfast. 
Deputy Collectors and rnspectors—K. L. Shepherd, Rockport and Cam- 
den; Nelson MuUin, North Haven; Geo. Roberts, Vinalhaven. 
Ports qf Deliiery—BelttL»t, Camden, Rockport, North Haven. 



DISTRICT OF CASTINE. 

Collector— Qt^o. M. Warren, Castine— Portof Entry. 

Special Deputy Collector— John F. Rea, Castine. 

Deputy Collectors and Inspectors— F. A. Hooke, Castine: Edwin A. 
Crooker.Bucksport; H. T. Carman, Deer Isle ; R. H. Sarfj^est, Sarffentville, 

Ports of Delivery— Csistine, Bucksport, Bluehill, Deer Isle, Sedgwick. 

Inclndes the towns of Bucksport, Verona, Dedham, Orland, Penobscot, 
Castine, Brooksville, Bluehill, Sedgwick, Brooklin, Deer Isle, Isle au 
Haut, Swan's Isle, Long Island, Eagle Island, Marshall Island, and all the 
islands between Mount Desert and Fox Island. 



DISTRICT OF FRENCHMAN'S BAY. 

Collector— JOHTS D. Hopkims, Ellsworth and Mount Desert Ferry- 
Ports of Entry. 

Special Deputy Collector— Sidney P. Stockbridge, Ellsworth. 

Deputy Collectors and Inspectors— T. S. Somes, South West Harbor; C. 
A. Crabtree. Mt. Desert Ferry; Thos. E. Hale, Ellsworth. 

Port (f Delivery— BUaworth. 

Includes all of the county of Hancock, except the towns of Bucksport, 
Dedham, Orland, Verona, Penobscot, Castine, Brooksville, Bluehill, Sedg- 
wick, Brooklin, Deer Isle, Isle au Haut, Swan's Isle, Long Island, E^Te 
Island, Marshall Island, and all the islands between Mount Desert and Fox 
Islands. 



DISTRICT OF BANGOR. 

Collector— Jo AB W. Palmer,, Bangor— Port of Entry and Delivery. 

Special Deputy Collector— ¥. H. Dillingham, Bangor. 

Deputy Collectors and Inspectors— J . H. Brennan, J. T. Gilman, Ban- 
gor; John B. Stevens, W. R. Finson, Geo. M. B. Sprague, Vanceboro. 

/TMtpectors- Thomas Mason, Frank S. Aiken, Bangor. 

Ports of Delivery— WinternoTtf Hampden. 

Comprises the counties of Penobscot and Piscastaquis, and the town of 
Frankfort in the county of Waldo, and the several towns, plantations, and 
townships in the counties of Aroostook and Washington, lying on the line 
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DISTRICT OF MACHIAS. 

CbZ^ecfor— Elbridge H. Bryant, Machias— Port of Entry. 

Deputy Collectors— 'Wm. H. Phinney (special), Machias; Frank W. Saw- 
yer, Millbridge; Geo. F. Mansfield, Jonesport. 

Port qf Delivery— Machias. 

Includes all of the Co. of Washinjrton lying S. and W. of a line running 
from Moose Cove, to the point of intersection of the counties of Penobscot, 
Washington and Hancock. 

DISTRICT OF PASSAMAQUODDY. 

Collector— Gbo. A. Curran, Calais— Port of Entry. 

Deputy Collectors— F. E. Nutt (special) ; J. M. Swett, J. D. Anderson, 
Eastport; M. N. McKusick, Calais; Wm. Merriam, Lubec. 

Deputy Collectors and Inspectors— Hugh Porter, Pembroke ; W. H. Al- 
len, James Agnew, Calais. 

Inspectors— K. C. Copeland, Noah MoGarey, Stephen Gardner, J. H. 
Pieno, James O'Brien, Thos. McColloutrh, Calais ; H. Haines, Caleb Gil- 
man, Geo. W. Norton. G. Sears, B. F. Kilby, Eastport. 

Ports of Entry— B&stport, Calais. 

Ports of Delivery — Lubec, Pembroke. 

Includes all the couuty of Washington lying north and east of a line run- 
ning from Moose Cove, to the point of intersection of the counties of 
Penobscot, Washington and Hancock, except the towns lying along the 
line of the M. C. Railroad. 

DISTRICT OF AROOSTOOK. 

Collector— Al^vut A. Burleigh, Houlton— Port of Entry and Delivery. 

Deputy Collectors and Inspectors — "Wm. F. Jenks (special), I. W. In- 
gersoU, Houlton; Henry O. i^erry, Chas. P. Whitney, Fort Fairfield; A. 
L. Chandler, Bridgewater; Chas. F. Hammond, Van Buren; Isaac H. 
Page, Fort Kent. 

Comprises the county of Aroostook, excepting those towns, plantations, 
and townships lying on the line of the M. 0. Railroad. 



U. 8. lilFE-SAVINO SERVICE. 

Mrst District— J. M. Richardson, supt., office 98 Exchange street, Port- 
land. This district comprises Maine and New Hampshire. 

Stations are built ana in operation at "Quoddy Head," Lubec, Maine; 
" Cross Island," Cutler, Me. ; " Crumples Island," Jonesport, Me. ; *' Cran- 
berry Isles," Cranberry Isles, Me.; "White Head Island," St. George, 
Me.: ♦• Hunnewell's Beach," Phipsburgh, Me. ; "Fletcher's Neck," Bidde- 
ford Pool,- Me., "Rye Beach," Rye, N. H., "Cape Elizabeth," Me., "Jer- 
ry's Point," N. H., and Wallis Sands, N. H. 

U. 8. ENOINEER OKPARTJflENT. 

U. S. Engineer in charge of Fortifications and River and Harbor Improve- 
ments in Maine, and New Hampshire, Lieut.-Col. Jared A. Smith, Corps 
. of Engineers, U. S. Army. Office, No, 637 Congress street, Portland. 

U. 8. SICIVAIi SERVICE. 

Stations of Observation in Maine— Portland and Eastport. 

E. P. Jones, Observer, W. A. Shaw, Asst. Observer, at Portland; oflSce, 
First National Bank Building. Displays storm and cold wave signals, and 
issues daily weather maps. D. C. Murphy, Observer, H. H. Roach, Asst. 
Observer, at Eastport. Displays storm signals. 



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U. S. lilOHtTHtOUSB KSTABIilSHtlllENT. 

Commander Frank Wildes, U. S. Navy, Inspector let Lighthouse Dis- 
trict. Office in Custom Honse, Portland. 

Buoy Depot for 1st Lighthouse District, Little Diamond (Little Hog) In- 
land, E. G. P. Smith, Keeper. 

U. S. IREABINJB H08PITAI« SKBTICB. 

Hospital for the treatmem of sick and disabled seamen of the merchant 
marine, is sitdated at East Deering, Me. H. W. Sawtelle, Surgeon, M. H. 
S., in charge. E. S. McGoii^, Hospital Steward, M. H. S. OfBee, U. S. 
Custom Honse, Portland. 

U. 8. IVATIT TABD— KITTEBT. 

Capt. C. C. Carpenter, U.S.N. , Commandant; Cant. A. R. Yates, U.S.N., 
Captain of Yard; Commander Edwin White, U.S.N., Equipment Officer; 
Lieut. Francis H. Delano, U.S.N. ; Commander N. Mayo Dyer, U.S.N., 
Ordnance Officer: Chief Engineer Joseph Trilley, U.S.N. ; Medical Li- 
specjor Frank L. DuBois, U.S.N. ; J. A. llawkes, U.S.N., Surgeon; Pay- 
master Joseph Foster, U.S.N., Pay and Purchasing Office; Pay Inspector 
J. A. Smith, U.S.N., store keeper; Major John H. Higbee, U.S.M.C., Com- 
mander of Marine Corps. 

NATION Ali HtOITIE FOB BIMABIiKO VOI^. SOI^BIEBS. 

EASTERN BRANCH— TOGX78. 

Established by Act of Congress Sept. 27, 1866. Gen. Francis Fessenden, 
Portland, local manager; Gen. Luther Stephenson jr. , governor; Maj. John 
D. Anderson, treas. ; Capt. Augustus Smith, commissary ; S. J. F. Millerf 
surgeon. Number at the Home April, 1890, 2013. 



I»0©TA.OE RATE©. 

Corrected to April 1, 1H91, 

All mailable matter is divided into four classes: First, written matter; 
Second, periodical publications; Third, miscellaneous printed matter ( 
Fourth, merchandise. 

FIRST-CLASS MATTER. 

Mailable matter of the first class embraces letters, postal cards, and all 
matters wholly or partly in writing, except as hereinafter provided. 

Every Letter, or written communication, any distance within the United 
States, 2 cents for each ounce or fraction thereof. 

Drop Letters, 1 cent for every ounce or less. At offices where free delivery 
by carrier is established, 2 cents for each ounce. 

Book Manuscript^ manuscript for magazines, periodicals, newspapers, 
and music manuscript are now subject to full letter rates of postage, except 
they be accompa«iied by proof-sheets, or corrected proof-sheets, when the 
rate will be one cent for each two ounces or fhictional part thereof. 

Matter produced by the type^writer is subject to postage at letter rates. 
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Letters deposited at a post office for mailing with less than one full letter 
rate of postage— 2 cents, prepaid — will notT)e forwarded in the mails, but 
will be held for postage. 

Matter produced by the electric pen and papyrograph processes, which is 
not in the nature of correspondence, may be received and transmitted in 
the mails at third-class rates, when properly presented for mailing. 

Matter which is in writing, or other matter containing a written inscrip- 
tion in the nature of personal correspondence, or representing monetary 
value, and matter whi<m is s^ed against inspection, is first^slass matter. 

I^RWARDINO OF MAIL-MATTEB. 

Postmasters will forward at the request of the party addressed, and 
without additional charge for postage, letters whicu have one full rate 
(two cents) paid thereon, parcels prepaid at first-claas rates t postal cards, 
official matter, and newspapers of the second class which are to be for- 
warded to subscribers from one poet office to another in the same county 
in which the paper forwarded is published, and in whole or in part printed: 
but all other mail matter when forwarded will be charged witn additional 
postage at the rate that would be charged thereon if originally mailed at 
me office so forwarding the same. 

A registered letter may be foi-warded in accordance with the written 
request of the person named in the address, the same as any letters prepaid 
with one rate <^ postage, without additional charge for postage. 

BEOOND-OLASS MATTER. 

Mailable matter of the second class embraces newspapers and other peri- 
odical publications. 

THIRD CLASS MATTER. 

Mail matter of the third class embraces books, seed, cuttings, bulbs, 
plants, circulars, proof-sheets, corrected proof-sheets, with manuscript 
copy accompanying the same, photographs, and all matter of the same gen- 
eral character; and the rate is one cent for each two ounces or fractional 
part thereof. 

* The rate of postage on transient newspapers, periodicals, and magazines 
is one cent for each four ounces or fractional part thereof. 

The term circular is defined to be a printed letter, which, according to 
internal evidence, is being sent in identical terms to several persons. A 
circular shall not lose its character as such, when the date and the name of 
the addressed and of the sender shall be therein written, nor by the cor- 
rection of mere typographical errors in writing. 

Upon matter of £he third class, or upon the wrapper inclosing the same, 
may be written the name and address of the sender^ preceded by the word 
*' from; " simple marks may be made to call attention to any special word 
or sentence. 

There may be written on the cover or blank leaves of any book or printed 
matter of this class, a simple manuscript dedication or inscription, that 
does not partake of the nature of personal correspondence. All packages 
of matter of the third class must oe so wrapped, with open sides or ends, 
that their contents may be readily examined by postmasters. 

FOURTH CLASS MATTER. 

Mailable matter of the fourth class embraces all matter not included in 
the first, second, or third classes, which is not in its form or nature liable 
to ii\)ure the contents of the mail bag, or harm the person. Postage rates 
ttiereon one cent for each ounce or fractional part thereof. 

Upon any package of matter of the fonrth class, the sender may write or 
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also be written or printed the noniber and names of articles Inclosed; and 
tne sender thereof may write, or print upon, or attach to any such article^ 
by tag or label, a mark, niunber, name or letter for purpose of deficription. 
The limit of weight of package is four pounds, and must be so wrapped that 
its contents can be easily examined by postmasters. 

But if by inadvertence any article of the third or fourth class should 
reach the office of delivery without being prepaid, double the usual rates 
wiU be charged, to be collected on delivery. 

Canned goods in hermetically sealed tin cans, whioh do not contain aay 
liquid, are mailable as fourth class matter. 

CAUTION. 

All parcels of merchandise and all printed documents sealed or pasted so 
as to prevent examination at the post-office, will be charged letter postage. 

Letters addressed to initials or fictitious names, are not deliverable unleaa 
the address contains a designated place of delivery. 

All domestic letters must be prepaid a full rate (2 cents), otherwise they 
are sent to the dead letter office. 

THE UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION. 

The rates of postage for correspondence exchanged between the United 
States and countries included in the Universal Poswl Union, are as follows: 

For prepaid letters, 6 cents per fifteen grammes (half an ounce). 

For unpaid letters received, 10 cents per fifteen grammes (half an ounce). 

For postal cards, 2 cents each. 

For newspapers, 1 cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof. 

For printed matter of all kinds, commercial papers, and samples of mer- 
chandise, 1 cent for each article or packet bearing a particular address, 
and for every weight of two ounces or fraction thereof; with a minimum 
charge of 5 cents per packet of commercial papers, and a minimum charge 
of 2 cents per packet of samples of merchandise; that is to say, for com- 
mercial papers not exceeding ten ounces in weight, the postage is 5 cents, 
and if above ten ounces in weight, 1 cent for each two ounces or fraction 
thereof; for samples not exceeding four ounces in weight, 2 cents; if abovo 
four ounces in weight, 1 cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof. 

For the registration fee on all ccnrrespondence, 10 cents. 

For insufficiently paid letters or other articles received, a charge equal 
to double the amount of the deficiency. 

The prepayment of the Union postage op ordinary letters is optional, but 
the postage on all other articles, except postal cards, which are necessarily 
prepaid, and registered articles, must be at least partially prepaid. 

rOSTAOB TO MEXICO AND THB DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Matter mailed in the United States, addressed to Mexico or Canada, is 
subject to the same postage rates and conditions as it would be if it were 
adiu'essed for delivery in the United States; except that the following arti- 
cles are absolutefp excluded from the mails, without regard to the amount 
of postage prepaid, or the manner in which they are wrapped, viz. : 

All sealed packages other than letters in their usual ana ordinary form; 
cUl packages, includingpackages of second-class matter, which weigh more 
than 4 lbs. 6 oz. ; liqufcb, pastes, confections, and fatty substances; publi- 
cations which violate any copyright law of Mexico or Canada. 

PABOEL POST. 

Unsealed packages of mailable merchandise may be sent by parcel post 
to Jamaica, Barbadoes, The Bahamas, British Honduras, Mexico, The 
Hawaiian King4pm (Sandwich Islands), The Leeward Islands, The Kepub- 
lic of Colombia, and Salvador, at the rate of 12 cents per pound, or fraction 
thereof, prepi^d. 



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Compnlsory. 
Compulsory. 

Optional. 



POSTAGE ON OTHEB VOBBIGN 

Africa, West coast of, except Li- 
beria.and British, French.Span- 
ish, and Portuguese Colonies, 
British mail 

Ascension, British mail 

Australia, British mail, via Brin- 
disi 

Australia, via San Francisco, ex- 
cept New South Wales, Queens- 
land, and Victoria Compulsory. 

Cape Colony, South Africa, Or- 
ange Free State, British mail* Optional. 

China, British mail, via Brindisi . Optional. 

Madagascar (except St. Mary's 
and Tamatave), British mail. . . Compulsory. 

Natal, British mail Optional. 

New South Wales, British mail, 
via Brindisi Compulsory. 

New Zealand, British mail, via 
Brindisi Compulsory. 

Queensland, British mail, via 
Brindisi. Compulsory. 

Saint Helena, British mail Optional. 

Transvaal Optional. 

Victoria, British Mail, via Brin- 
disi Optional. 



Port of debark. 
Destination. 

Destination. 

Port of debark. 

Destination. 
Destination. 

Port of debark. 
Destination. 

Destination. 

Destination. 

Destination. 
Destination. 
Destination. 

Destination. 



Cents 



16 
16 



12 



16 
18 



16 

12 

12 

12 
15 
21 

12 



* Includes Basatoland, CaflOraria, and Griqualand. 



Money oiklers are issued to all money order offices in the United States, 
Dominion of Canada, Great Britain and Ireland, the German Empire 
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, the >fetherlands, Luxemburg, Italy, France, 
Algeria, and Switzerland, New South Wales, Victoria, New Zealand, the 
Island of Jamaica, British India, Belgium, Portugal, including the Azores 
and Madeira Islands, Tasmania, Contsantinople, Hawaiian Kingdom, 
Queensland, Cape Colony, Windward Islands, Leeward Islands, Japan, 
Egypt, Hong Kong and Shanghai, China. 

POSTAL NOTES. 

Postal Notes payable to bearer for any sum from one cent ($0.01) to four 
dollars and ninety-nine cents ($4.99), inclusive, may be obtained at any 
money order office in the United States, and Payable at any money order 
or postal note office in the United States, for a fee of three cents (.$0.08). 

SPECIAL DELIVERY SYSTEM. 

Letters and all other articles of mailable matter (including registered 
matter), mailed at any post-office, to a local address, or to any other post- 
office in the country, bearing special delivery stamps and the necessary 
postage, are entitlea to immediate delivery. The fee is ten cents in addi- 
tion to regular postage, which must be prepaid with a special delivery 
stamp. 

BBOISTRY DBPABTMBNT. 

Letters mav be registered by paying postage in full, and a registration fee 
of ten cents in stamps, to any post-office in the United States, Dominion of 
Canada, or countries of the Postal Union. Third and fourth class mail 
matter can be registered to any post-office within the United States, Canada 
or Mexico by paying postage at third and fourth class rates and a registra- 
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BATES OF COMMISSION OHAROSD FOB MONEY OBDEB8. 

For sums not exceeding $5 5 cents. 

Over $5 and not exoeeding $10 8 cents. 

Over ilO and not exceeding $15 10 cents. 

Over $16 and not exceeding $30 15 cents. 

Over $30 and not exceeding $40 20 cents. . 

Over $40 and not exceeding $50 25 cents. 

Over $50 and not exceeding $60 30 cents. 

Over $60 and not exceeding $70 36 cents. 

Over $70 and not exceeding $80 40 cents. 

Over $80 and not exceeding $100 46 cents. 

A single money order may include any amonnt from one cent to one hun- 
dred dollars, incmsive, but must not contain a fractional part of a cent. 

BATBS ON ALL INTEBNATIONAL MONKY OBDEBS. 

On orders not exceedine $10 10 cents. 

Over $10 and not exceeding $20; 20 cents. 

Over $20 and not exceeding $20 80 cents. 

Over $30 and not exceeding $40 40 cents. 

Over $40 and not exoeeding*$50 60 cents. 

MONBY-OBBBB AMD POSTAL ROTE OFFIOBS IN MAINS. 

Alfred, Dixfield, Livermore Falls, St. Albans, 

Andover, Dover, Lubec, tSandy Point, 

Athens, EastAubnm, »Machias, Sanford, 

Auburn, East Corinth, Madison, Seal Harbor, 

•Augusta, EastMachlas, ♦Mechanic Falls, Searsport, 

♦Bangor, ♦Eastport, Millbridge, Sebec, 

Bar Harbor, East Sumner, Milltown, Skowhegan, 

♦Bath, ♦Ellsworth, Milo, Solon, 

♦Belfast, Etna, Monson, tSouth Lubec, 

Bethel, ♦Fairfield, Monticello, South Paris, 

♦Biddeford, Farmington, Mount Desert, ♦South Berwick, 

Bingham. Fort Fairfield, Newcastle, Springfield, 

' Blaine, Foxcroft, Newport, Springvale, 

Blue Hill, Freeport, New Sharon, Stockton Springs, 

Boothbay Harbor, Fryeburg, Norridgewock, Strong, 

Bowdoinham, Gardiner, Norway, Tennant's Harbor, 

Brewer, G^arland, North Anson, ♦Thomaston, 

♦Bridgton, Gorham, North Berwick, Turner, 

Brooklin, Greenville, fNorth Shapleigh, Union, 

Brownville, Guilford, North Vassalboro, Unity, 

♦Brunswick, ♦Hallowell, Oakland, VanBuren, 

Bryants Pond, Hampden Comer, Oldtown, ♦Vinalhaven, 

Buckfield, Hamson, Orland, . Waldoborough, 

Bncksport, Hartland, Orono, Waterville, 

Bnmliam Village, ♦Houlton, Oxford, Wayne, 

♦Calais, Kennebunk, Paris, Welch ville, 

Camden, Kennebunkport, Patten, West Buxton, 

Canaan, Kent's Hill, Pembroke, West Falmouth, 

Canton, Kingman, ♦Phillips, fWest Newfield, 

Caribou. Kittery, Pittsfield, Wilton, 

♦Castine, Kittery Point, ♦Portland, Winterport, 

Cherryfield, ♦Lewiston, Preaque Isle, Winthrop, 

Corinna, Limerick, Richmond, Wiscasset, 

Cornish. tLincoln, ♦Rockland, ♦Yarmouth, 

Danforth, Lisbon, Sabattus, Yarmoutliville. 

Dennysville, tLisbon Center, Saccarappa, York Comer. 

l>exter, Lisbon Falls, ♦Saco, 

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CONSTITUTION OF MAINE. 



"Wb, the people of Maine, in order to establish Jus- SSSmtf**^ 
tice, msure tranquility, provide for our mutual 
defence, promote our common welfare, and secure to ourselves 
and our posterity the blessings of liberty, acknowledging with 
grateful ueai-ts the goodness of the Sovereign Ruler oi the Uni- 
verse in affording us an opportunity, so favorable to the design; 
and, imploring his aid and direction in it« accomplishment, do 
agree to form ourselves into a free and independent State, by the 
style and title of the State of MAinb, and do ordain and 
establish the following Gonstitutiou for the government of the 
Bsme. 

AETIOLB I. 

DEOLABATIOK OF BXOBTB, 

Bbotion 1. All men are bom equally free and in- Naiuwirightfc 
dependent, and have certain natural, inherent, and unalienable 
rignts, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and 
liberty, acqiuring, possessing, and protecting property, and of 
pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness. 

Sec. 2. All power is inherent in the people; all ^" K^jjl 
free governments are founded in their authority and people, 
instituted for their benefit; tiiey have therefore an 
nnalienable and indefeasible right to institute government, and 
to alter, reform, or totally change the same, when their safety 
and happiness require it. 

Sec. 3. All men have a natural and unalienable K«i»gM»n«fr««- 
right to worship Almighty God according to the die- ' 
tates of their own consciences, and no one shsill be hurt, molested, 
or restrained in his person, liberty, or estate, for worshipping 
God in the mannel: and season most agreeable to the dictates ot 
his own conscience, nor for his religious professions or sentiments, 
provided he does not disturb the public peace, nor ob- P«>viao. 
struct others in their religious worship ;— and all persons demean- 
ing themselves peaceably as good members of the State, shall be 
equally ^nnder the protection of the laws, and no -^J. '^^S?*** 
Bubordination nor preference of any one sect orde- ■**"«*'*^ 
nomination to another shall ever be established by law, nor shall 
any religious test be required as a qualification for *«WiSVlf~** 
any office or trust, under this State; and all religious ^Tommtea, 
societies in this State, whether incorporate or nnincorporate, shall 
at all times have the exclusive right of electing their public 
teachers, and oontracting with them for tiielr auppoxt and main- 



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Jj^«" o' Sbo. 4. BYftry oMsen may freely speak, write, and 
J^i^^^ pnblish his sentiments on any subject, being responsi- 
ble for the abuse of this liberty; no laws sliall foe 
passed regulating or restraining the freedom of the press ; and in 
prosecutions for any publication respecting the oiBcial conduct of 
men in public capacity, or the qnaliflcations of those who are 
candidates for the suffrages of the people, or where the matter 
S^?*K*«^ published is proper for public information, tiie truth 
SbS. thereof may be given in evidence, and in all indict- 

ments for libels, the Jury, after having received the 
direction of the Court, shiill have a right to determine, at their 
discretion, the law and the fact. 

J^[^n*we Seo. 5. The people shall be secure in their persons, 
^"^^^^ houses, papers, and possessions, from all unreasonable 
searches and seizures; and no warrant to search any place, or 
seize any person or thing, shall issue without a special designa- 
tion of the place to be searched, and the person or thing to be 
eeized, nor without probable cause— supported by oath or affir- 
mation. 

Bights of per- Seo. 6. In all criminal prosecutions, the aoensed 
MiiBacciued. gjjg^jj y^^^ ^ j.gjj^ ^ ^ jj^j^ ^jy himself and hli 

eounsel, or either, at his election; 

To demand tiie nature and cause of the aconsation, and lurfa a 
eopy thereof; 

To be confronted by the witnesses against him; 

To have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses In hb 
fevor: 

To have a speedy, public, and impartial trial, and, except In 
trials by martial law or impeachment, by a jury of the vicinity. 
He shall not be compelled to furnish or give evidence against 
himself, nor be deprived of his life, liberty, property, or privi- 
leges, but by judgment of his peers, or by the law of tne land. 
No persons to Sec, 7. No person shall be held to answer for a 
eapUia or in- Capital or infamous crime, unless on a presentment or 
fijmous crime indictment o£^i grand jury, except in cases of im- 
n^ntf *" peachment, or in such cases of offences as ore usually 
Exceptioas. cognizable by a justice of the peace, or in cases arising 
in the army or navy, or in the militia when in actual service In 
time of war or public danger. The Legislature shall provide by 
Jozies. i£i^ Q suitable and impartiaf mode of selecting luries 

and their usual number and unanimity, in indictments and con- 
victions, shall be held indispensable. 

uS^r^f^c^ Sec. 8. No person, for the same (^ence, shall be 
ibr same offence twico put iu jeopardy of life or limb. 
SsngninsTT Seo. 9. Sanguinary laws shall not be passed; all 
kws prohTbi*- penalties and punishments shall be proportioned to 
•"• the offence; excessive bail shall not be required, nor 

excessive fines imposed, nor cruel nor unusual punishments in- 
flicted. . 
2^;^ Seo. 10. No person before oonviotkm shall be 
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been denominated capital offences since the adoption of tba 
Constitution, where the proof is evident or the pre- ^^®» ^'^ 
sumption ^great, whatever the punishment of the Amendment, 

erimes may be. And the privilege of the writ of art n. 

habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Habeueorpiit 
oases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it. 

Sbo. 11. The Legislature shall pass no bill of attain- BiUaofattafai. 
der, ex post facto law. nor law impairing the obliga- hStSu* '**" 
tion of contracts, and no attainder shall work cor- 
ruption of blood nor forfeiture of estate. 

»B0. 12. Treason agaiast this State shall (consist Timmm. 
only in levying war against it, adhering to its enemies, giving 
fhem aid and comfort No person shall be convicted of treason 
unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, 
or confession in open court. 

Sbo. 13. The laws shall not be suspended but by SvnMBdoa «r 
the Legislature or its authority. ^^ 

Sbo. 14. No person shall be subject to corporal corpomi pim- 
punishment under military law, except such as are **^|S?**V?^" 
^employed in the armv or navy, or in the militia when ■*"***^ '•^* 
in actual service in time of war or public danger. 

Sbo. 15. The people have a right at all times in an ^^* ^ p*^^ 
orderly and peaceable manner to assemble to consult 
upon the common good^ to g^ve instructions to their representa- 
tives, and to request, of either department of the government by 
petition or remonstrance, redress of their wrongs and grievances. 

Sbo. 16. Every citizen has a right to keep and bear r-jj. ^^^9 •»* 
arms for the common defence; and this right shall °«"*"»^ 
never be questioned. 

Sbo. 17. No standfaig army shall be kept up in SSS^'S^S 
time of peace without the consent of the Legislature, Jepl** 
and the military shall, in all cases, and at all times, 
be in strict subordination to the civil power. 

Sbo. 18. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be No loidier u 
quartered In any house without the^onsent of the Jj eSSSTtJ 
owner or occupant, nor in time of war, but in a man- time of p«ac«. 
ner to be prescribed by law. 

Sbo. 19. Every person, for an Inlury done him in Hight or ro- 
his person, reputation, property, or immunities, shall f^^ 
have remedy by due course of law; and right and 
Justice shall be administered freely and without sale, completely 
and without denial, promptly and without delay. 

Sbo. 20. In all civil suits, and in all controversies t>w ^j J«7* 
concerning property, the parties shall have a right to a trial by 
jury, except in cases where it has heretofore been otherwise 
practiced; the party claiming the right may be heard by himself 
and his counsel, or either, at his elecnon. 

Sbo. 21. Private property shall not be taken for Prirato prop- 
public uses without fust compensation; nor unless the u^Vwithoat 
pnblio exigencies xeqoiie it Jait 



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i^*^ Sbo. 22. No tax or duty shall be imposed withoQt 

the consent of the people or of their representatives in the Lc^gis- 

Sit? D*i)i5£ ^^^- ^- ^° *^*^® ^^ nobility or hereditary dis- 
ited: . *^ tinction, privilege, honor, or emolument, shall ever bo 

Tenure of offl- granted or confirmed, nor shall any office be created, 
MS limited, the appointment to which shall be for a longer time 
than during good oehavior. 

SJt^'SSS. ^^^- 24. The enumeration of certain rights shaU 
■otimpaueo. ^^^ impair nor deny others retained by the people. 

ABTIOLE II. 

BI.EGTOBS. 

Jf'SS?*" ®*^* ^' Every male citizen of the United States of 
« electors. ^^j^^ ^^^ ^j tweuty-one years and upwards, exceptintc 
paupers, persons under giiardianship, and Indians not taxed, 
having his residence established in this State for the term of three 
months next preceding any election, shall be an elector for Gov- 
ernor, Senators, and Representatives, in the town or plantation 
Written baUot where his residence is so established ; and the elections 
Soidicrt or shall be by wi'itteu ballot. But persons in the military, 
Sl^nrlce? naval, or marine service of tho United States, or this 
State, shall not be considered as having obtained such 
established residence by being stationed in any garrison, barrack, 
or military place, in any town or plantation; nor shall the resi- 
eoBeeeaMid ^^^^^ ^^ * Student at any seminaiy of learning entitle 
•cademies. him to the right of suffrage in the town or plantation 
Rsadhre Mar. where such Seminary is established. Kb person, 
A ^dment. ^^owevcr, shall be deemed to have lost his residence 
£t x! by reason of his absence from the State in the military 

service of the United States, or of this State. 
Eirctonez- Sbc. 2. Electors shall, in all cases, except treason, 
resfon^dmor ^®^ony, or breach of the peace, be privileged from 
•lecaon. arrest on the days of election, during their attendance 
at, going to, and returning therefrom. 

-exeroptffom Seo. 3. No elector shall be obliged to do duty in 
miktary duty. ^^^ militia on any day of election, except in time of 
war or public danger. 

Time of «!••• Sbc. 4. The election of Governor, Senators, and 
*^^ Bepresentatives shall be on the second Monday of 

September annually forever. But citizens of the State absent 
therefrom in the military service of the United States or of this 
CiMzeiw who State, and not in the regular army of the United 
e??o**Tote^for States, being otherwise qualified electors, shall be 

Sjvemor, ftc. allowed to voto on Tuesday next after the first Mon- 
ay of November, in the year of our Lord one tliousand eight 
hundred'^and sixty-four, for Governor and Senators, and their 
votes shall be counted and allowed in the same manner, and with 
the same effect, as if given on the second Monday of September 
in that year. And t&y shall be allowed to vote for Govemoi; 



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Senators, and Representatives, on the second Monday of Septem- 
ber annually thereafter forever, in the manner herein provided. 
On the day of election a poll shall be opened at every Silf'be odSi- 
place without this State where a regiment, battalion, ed. 
Dattery,'^company, or detatchment, of not less than Amendment, 
twenty soldiers from the State of Maine, may be found ^J5ve Mw 
or stationed, and every citizen of said State of the age 24, 1864.' 
of twenty-one years, in such military service, shall ue entitled to 
vote as aforesaid; and he shall be considered as voting in the 
dty, town, plautation, and county in this State where he resided 
when he entered the service. The vote shall be taken ^t«j ^^^ 
by regiments when it can conveniently be done; when * 
not so convenient, any detatchment or part of a regiment, not 
less than twenty in number, and any battery or part thereof 
numbering twenty or more, shall be entitled to vote wherever 
they may oe. The tliree ranking officers of such regiment, bat- 
talion, battery, company, orpart of either, as the case may be, act- 
ing as such on the day of election, shall bo supervisors ^^**nSjlLj2! 
of elections. If no officers, then three non-commission- ■••"p®'^^**®"* 
ed officers according to their seniority shall.be such supervisors. H 
any officer or non-commissioned officer shall neglect or refuse to 
act, the next in rank shall take his place. In case there are no 
officers or non-commissioned officers present, or if they or either 
of them refuse to act, the electors present, not less than twenty, 
may choose, by written ballot, enough of their own number, not 
exceeding three, to fill the vacancies, and the persons so chosen 
shall be supervisors of elections. All supervisors shall SjSfJI'f J," 
be first sworn to support the Constitution of the 
United States and of this State, and faithfully and impartially to 
perform the duties of 8ui)ervisors of elections. Each —duties of, 
u authorized to administer the necessary oath to the others; and 
certificates thereof shall be annexed to the lists of votes by them 
to be made and returned into the office of the Secretary of State 
of this State as hereinafter provided. The polls shall be opened 
and closed at such hours as the supervisors, or a majority of 
them shall direct; provided however, that due notice Provtoo. 
and sufficient time shall be given for all voters in the re^ment, 
battalion, battery, detachment, company, or part of either, as 
the case may be, to vote. Kegimental and fiela offi- J'iJf^ufjJ" 
oers shall be entitled to vote with their respective SSJ vote: 
commands. When not in actual command, such 
officers, and also all general and staff officers, and all surgeons, 
assistant surgeons, and chaplains, shall be entitled to vote at any 
place where polls are opened. The supervisors of jBf^ilSnL 
elections shall prepare a ballot box or other suitable baUot boxei! 
receptacle for the ballots. Upon one side of every Baiiotibeprt- 
ballot shaU be printed or written the name of the pared. 
county, and also of the city, town, or plantation of this State, in 
which is the residence of the person proposing to vote. Upon 
iibe other side shall be the name or names of tlie persons to be 
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'S^iS^*^"'* *o fill. And before receiving any vote, the snpe?- 
orroten. ^i-jors. or a majority of them, must be satisfied of the 
age and eitizenship of the person claiming to vote, and that he 
has in fact a residence in the county, ci^ town, or plantation 
which Is printed or written on the vote offered by hfm. If his 
right to vote is challenged, they may require him to make true 
answers, upon oath, to all interrogatories touching his age. citi- 
zenship, residence, and ri^it to vote, and shall hear any other 
evidence offered by him, or by those who challenge his right 
ShftU keep They shall keep correct poll-lists of the names oiall 
JSJf*^* P**"" persons allowed to vote, and of their respective places 
of residence in this State, and also the number of the 
regiment and companv or battery to which they belong; which 
lists shall be certified by them, or by a majority of them, to be 
eorrect, and that nuch residence is in accordance with the indorse- 
ment of the residence of each voter on his vote. They ahall 
Shall cheek check the name of every person before he is allowed 
J^Sl to vote, and the check-mark shall be plainly made 

.lort, eonnt, against his name on the poll-lists. They shall sort. 
«nd deciM* count and publicly declare the votes at the bead of 
^ their respective commands on the day of election, un- 

less prevented by the public enemy, and in that case as soon 
thercuaiter as may be; and on the same day of said declaration 
they shall form a list of the persons voted for, with the number 
of votes for each pei'son i^ainst his name, and the office which be 
was intended to fill, ana shall sign and seal up such list and 



make ntura cause the same, together with the poll-lists aforesaid, 
£SSS^ to be delivered hito the office of the Secretary of State 
fitate. aforesaid, on or before the first day of December, in 

the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty four, and on or 
before the fifteenth day oi l^ovember annually thereaiter forever, 
^dootedtar The Legislature of this State may pass any law 
^Sl ' additional to the foregoing provisions, if any shall, in 
practice, be found necessary in order mora fully to 
Mxiy Into effect the purpose thereof. 

AETICLB III. 

]>1BTRIBI7TtOir OF POWERS. 

JJJJJJ**- Sko, 1. The powers of this government shall be 
^^^ divided into three distinct departments, the Legisla- 
tive, EzaoQtive, and Judicial. 

Tot^**?* Sbo. 2. No person or persons, belonging to one of 
mSSoLme^ these departments, shall exercise any of the powers 
properly belonging to either of the others, except in 
the cases herein expressly directed or permitted. 

ABTIGLE IV.— Part FmsT. 

UBOnZiATIVB POWSR — CHOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

JjJ^^*»- Sec. 1. The legislative power shall be vested in 
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and a Senate, each to have a negative on the other, and both to 
be styled the Legislature of Maine, tmd the style of style of acts, 
their acts and laws, shall be, *^Be it enacted by the Senate and 
House of Representatives in Legislature assembled. 

Seo. 2. The House of Kepresentatives shall consist Number of 
of one hundred and fifty-one members, to be elected ti^^SSSSVt 
by the qualified electors, for one ^ear from the day isi. 
next preceding the annual meetmg of the Leg[islature. The 
Legislature, which shall first be convened under tms Constitution, 
shall, on or before the fifteenth day of August, in the year of our 
Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, and the Legis- 
lature, within every subsequent period of at most ten years, and 
at least five, cause the number of the inhabitants of the State to 
be ascertained, exclusive of foreigners not naturalized, and In- 
dians not taxed. The number of representatives shall, Amendment, 
at the several periods of making such enumeration, R^eohre Apia 
be fixed and apportioned among the several counties le, i84L 
as near as may oe, according to the number of inhabitants, hav- 
ing regard to the relative increase of population. The num oer of 
Bepresentatives shall, on said first apportionment, be not leda 
thui one hundred nor more than one hundred and fiity. 

Seo. 3. Each town having fifteen hundred inhabi- ii?P?^2JS» 
tants may elect one representative ; each town having S™!"^ 
three thousand seven hundred and fif tv may elect two ; 
each town having six thousand seven hundred and fifty may elect 
three; each town having ten thousand five hundred may elect 
four; each town having fifteen Hihousand may elect five; each 
town having twenty thousand two hundred and fifty may elect 
six; each town having twenty-six thousand two hundred and 
fifty may elect seven; but no town shall ever be entitled to 
more than seven Bepresentatives; and towns and plantations 
duly organized, not having fifteen hundred inhabitants, shall be 
classed, as conveniently as ma^ be, into districts containing that 
number, and so as not to divide towns; and each such district 
may elect one representative ; and, when on this apportionment 
the number of representatives shall be two hundred, a different 
apportionment shall take place upon the above principle; and, in 
case the fifteen himdred shall be too large or too small to appor- 
tion all the representatives to any county, it shall be so Increased 
or diminished as to give the number of representatives according 
to the above rule and proportion; and whenever any town or 
towns,^ plantation or plantations not entitled to elect a repre- 
sentative shall determme against a classification with any other 
town or plantation, the Legislature may, at each apportionment 
of representatives, on the application of such town or plantation, 
authorize it to elect a representative for such portion of time and 
such periods, as shall be equal to its portion of representation; 
and tne right of representation, so established, shall not be altered 
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S?^SSS ®^^- *• ^^ person shall be a member of the HouM 
totive. ^ of Representatives, unless he shall, at the commence- 
ment of the period for which he is elected, have been 
five years a citizen of the United States, have arrived at the age 
^L^'x- ^^ twenty-one years, have been a resident in this btata 
^ one year, or from the adoption of thisConstitntion; 

and for the three months next preceding the time of his election 
shall have been, and, during the perioa for which he is elected, 
shall continue to be a resident in the town or district which ha 
represents. 

Mecting«for Sec. 5. The meetings witWn this State for the 
rwentatives. choice of representatives shall be warned in due course 
Bw amend- ^^ ^^ ^7 *^® selectmen of the several towns seven 
ment^artx. days at least before the election, and the selectmen 
Bnoive Uar. thereof shall preside impartially at such meetings, 
2i 1864. receive the votes of all the qualified electors present, 

sort, count, and declare them in open town meeting, and in the 
presence 01 the town clerk, who shall form a list ot the persons 
voted for, with the number of votes for each person against his 
name, shall make a fair record thereof in the presence of the 
Meetinm of selectmen and in open town meeting. And the towns 
cuMea lowM. ^^^ plantations organized by law, belonging to any 
class herein provided; shall hold their meetings at the same time 
in the respective towns and plantations; and the town and plan- 
tation meetings in such towns and plantations shall be notified| 
held, and regulated, the votes received, sorted, counted, and 
declared in the same manner. And the assessors and clerks of 

SlantatlQus shall have all the powers, and be subject to all the 
uties, which selectmen and town clerks have, and are subject to 
by this Constitution. And fair copies of the Hats of votes shall 
be attested by the selectmen and town clerks of towns, and the 
assessors of plantations, and sealed up in open town and plan- 
tation meetings; and the town and plantation clerks respectively 
shall cause the same to be delivered into the secretary's oflSce 
LiRte thiiii be thirty days at least before the first Wednesday of 
Spgovernor January annually. And the governor and councU 
•ndcounca. shall examine the returned copies of such lists, and 
also all lists of votes of citizens in the military service, returned 
to the secretary's ofSce, as provided in article second, section 
four, of this Constitution: and twenty days before the said first 
GoTemor and Wednesday of January annually, shall issue a sum- 
SJSSn^ mons to such persons as shall appear to be elected by 
•oniwboap- a plurality 01 all the votes returned, to attend and 
ef "tS. take their seats. But all such lists shall be laid before 

LittBto'be laid the House of Representatives on the first Wednesday 
SSw*^BeD- ^^ January annually, and they shall finally deter- 
rMcntativea. mine who are elected. The electors resident in any 
city may, at any meeting duly notified for the choice of represen- 
tatives, vote for such representatives in their respective ward 
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at such meetings, receive the Totes of all qualified Biannerof 
electors present, sort^ count, and declare them in open Jenta5?eif anS 
ward meetings, and in the presence of the ward clerk, oUier civil ofli- 
who shall form a list of the persons voted for, with ^VndmeS! 
the number of votes for each person against his name, wt. i. ' 
shall make a fair record thereof In the presence of the Resolve, Mar. 
warden, and in open ward meetings; and a fair copy ^*^^^ 
of this list shall be attested by the warden and ward clerk, 
sealed up in open ward meeting, and delivered to the city clerk 
within twenty-four hours after the close of the polls. And tha 
electors resident in any city may at anv meetings duly ?*^'7« ^**'» 
notified and holden for the choice of any other civil seeamend- 
officers for whom they have been required heretofore mcnt, art z.i 
to vote in town meeting, vote for such oflficers in then* lSendin«it 
respective wards, and the same proceedings shall be art. i. 
had by the warden and ward clerk in each ward, as in Sf*^* **^* 
the case of votes for representatives. And the alder- * 
men of any city shall be in session within twenty-four houn 
after the close of the polls in such meetings, and in the presence 
d the city clerk shall open, examine, and compare the copies 
from the usts of votes given in the several wards, of which the 
city clerk shall make a record, and return thereof shall be made 
into the Secretary of State's office in the same manner as select- 
men of towns are required to do. 

Sec. 6. Whenever the seat of a member shall be JfSfSA**** 
vacated by death, resignation, or otherwise, the va- •*•""•**• 
cancy may be filled by a new election. 

SEa 7. The House of Kepresentatives shall choose ^°"^& .. 
their speaker, clerk, and other officers. . SaSn. 

Sbo. 8. The House of Kepresentatives shall have Power of im* 
the sole power of impeachment. P —g hm e at . 

ABTIGLE IV.^Pabt SKxnriK 

SENATE. 

Bbo. 1. The Senate shall consist of 'not less than Bepttetaepe* 
twenty, nor more than thirty-one members, elected at Jhon aoT nS 
the same time, and for the same term, as the represen- more than sl 
tatives, by the qualified electors of the districts into which the 
State shall from time to time be divided. 

Sec. 2. The Legislature, which shall be first convened under 
this Constitution, shall, on or before the fifteenth day fV'ti^^jJfc 
of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight tSa ywS 
hundred and twenty-one, and the Legislature at every 
subsequent period of ten years, cause the State to be divided into 
districts for the choice of senators. The districts shall R^^p^;^ 
conformras near as may be, to county lines, and be foruua. 
apportioned according to the number of inhabitants. The num- 
ber of senators shall not exceed twenty at the first apportionment, 
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amount to thirty-oae, aocoidlng to the increase in the House of 
Bepresentatives. *^ 

>j[««an«fiir Ssa a The meetings within this State for the 
££^^ election of senators shall be notified, held, and rega- 
AmendoMBt. i^^^ed, and the votes received, sorted, counted, declared, 
■rt. X. and recorded, in the same manner as those for repre- 

KeMtT* Mir. sentatives. And fair copies of the list of votes snail 
SI, isfM. be attested by the selectmen and town clerks of towns, 

and the assessors and clerks of plantations, and sealed up in open 
town and plantation meetings; and the town and plantauon 
clerks respectively shall cause the same to be delivered into the 
secretary's office thirty days at least before the first Wednesday 
Eectortin of January. All other qualified electors, living in 
S^JS^SmT places unincorporated, who shall be assessed to the 
support of the government by the assessors of an 
adjacent town, shall have the privilege of votins for senators, 
representatives, and governor in such town; and shall be notified 
by the selectmen thereof for that purpose accordingly. 
2i%db?S ®®^* *• ^^® Governor and Council shall, as soon 
pernor and && mav be, examine the returned copies of such lists, 
council. and also the list of votes of citizens in the military 
•TtifRSoive service, returned into the secretary's office, and twenty 
i[ar.'2«. 1864. days before the said first Wednesday of J auuary , issue 
R2Sfii*of*^ a summons to such persons, as shall appear to be 
r«t>. 84, 1875. elected by a plurality of the votes for each district, to 
attend that day and take their seats. 

Senate to de- Seo. 6. The Senate shall, on the said first Wednes- 
SJctiOToMto ^y °* January, annually, determine who are elected 
■Mmbezs. bv a plurality oi votes to be senators in each district; 
and in case the full number of senators to be elected from each 
district shall not have been so elected, the members of the House 
Ainendedin of Eepreseutatives and such senators, as shall have 
SnSt^'^S. I^Q elected, shall, from the highest numbers of the 
u,vsg^ persons voted for, on said lists, equal to twice the 

the number of senators deficient, in every district, if there be so 
many voted for, elect by joint ballot the number of senators re- 
quired; and in this manner all vacancies in the Senate shall be 
supplied as soon as may be, after such vacancies happen. 
JftSSS^"" ^^°- ^ '-^^® senators shall be twentv-flve vears of 
orsenamn. ^^ ^^ ^^^ commencement of the term, for which they 
are elected, and in all other respects their qualifications shall bo 
the same as those of the representatives. 

Jjjjtjtotj Sec. 7. The Senate shiiU have the sole power to 
mpeaomnenv. ^ ^ impeachments, and when sitting for that pur- 
pose shall be on oath or affirmation, and no person shall be con« 
Ticted without the concurrence of two-thiros of the members 
Jij^tatfomof present. Their judgment, however, shall not extend 
'"^■****^ further than to removal from office, and disqualification 
to hold or enjoy any office of honor, trust, or profit under this 
JigrH^We to state. But the party, whether convicted or acquitted, 
JSSSS^ shall nevertheless be liable to indictment, trial, judg- 
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Sko. 8. The Senate shall choose their president, JJJJJJJJS 
secretary, and other officers. oflOcen, 

ARTICLE IV.— Part Third. 

LEGISLATIVE POWER. 

Sbo. 1. The Legislature shall convene on the first ^^Jj^JJift 
Wednesday of January annually, and shall have full .. ^^Jlr^ 
power to make and establish all reasonable laws and ^ 
regulations for the defence and benefit of the people of this Scate, 
not repugnant to this Constitution, nor to that of the United 
States. 

Sec. 2. Every bill or resolution having the force ;ii^2?eS*^rt., 
of law, to which the concurrence of both houses may g6v«mor. 
be necessary, except on a question of adjournment, 
which shall have passed both houses, shall be jpresented to the 
governor, and if he approve, he shall si^ it; if not, he shall 
return it with his objections to the house, m which it shall have 
originated, which shall enter the obiectious at large on its joumal8« 
and proceed to reconsider it. If after such recon- proceedings 
sidcration, two-thirds of that house shall agree to pass jn case he 
it, it shall be sent together with the objections, to the ^"^pp«>^«« 
other house, by which it shall be reconsidered, and, if approved 
by two-thirds of that house, it shall have the same effect, as if it 
had been signed by the governor; but in all such cases, the vptes 
of both houses shall be taken by yeas and nays, and the names of 
the persons, voting for and agamst the bill or resolution, shall be 
entered on the journals of both houses respectively. If the bilk 
or resolution shall not be returned by the governor Biiu to be r». 
within five days (Sundays excepted), after it shall wmta flv« 
have been presented to him, it shall have the same days, 
force and effect, as if he had signed it, unless the Legislature, by 
their adjournment, prevent its return, in which case it shall have 
such force and effect, unless returned within'three days after their 
next meeting. 

Sec. 3. Each house shall be the judge of the EachhouM 
elections and qualifications of its own members, and a ^^^^^ 
majority shall constitute a quorum to do business; MAjon^y* 
but a smaller number may adjourn from day to day, quorum, 
and may compel the attendance of absent members, in such 
manner, and under such penalties as each house shall provide. 

Sec. 4. Each house may determine the rules of its m^-. punwi 
proceedings, punish its members for disorderly be- andexpei 
havior, and. with the concurrence of two-tlih-ds, expel n**"***"* 
a member, nut not a second time for the same cause. 

Sec. 5. Each house shall keep a journal, and from To keeps 
time to time publish its proceedings, except such parts jounut ^ 
as in their judgment may requue secrecy; and the YeMftNwt. 
yeas and nays of the members of either house on any 
question, shall, at the desire of oue-fiftU of those present, be 
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JCarp^™^ Sbo. 6. Each house, dnring its session, may pnn- 
nroonMinpc. j^j^ ^yy imprisonment any person, not a member, for 
disrespectful or disorderly behavior in its presence, for obstracting 
any of its proceedings, threatening, assaulting, or abusing any oi 
its members for anything said, done, or doing in either house: 
FroTiso. providea, that no imprisonment shall extend beyond 
the period of the same session. 

g»np«||««oa SEa 7. The senators and representatiyes shall re- 
ormemoen. ^j^jy^ g^jji compensation, as shall bo established by 
law; but no law increasing their compensation shall take effect 
during the existence of the Legislature which enacted it. The 
'^'^[^^ expenses of the House of BepresentutiTes in travelling 
ezpeiuet. ^ ^j^^ Legislature and returning there&om, once in 
each session and no more, shall be paid by the State out of the 

Eublic treasury to every member, who shall seasonably attend, 
I the judgment of the house, and does not depart therefrom 
without leave. 

Memb«n ex- ^^c. 8. The senators and representatives shall, in 
emptfrom all cases except treason, felony, or breach of the 
■""^ peace, be privileged from arrest during their attend- 

ance at, going to, and returning from each session of the Legis- 
ivcedooiof lature; and no member shall be liable to answer for 
^^' anything spoken in debate in either house, in any 

court or place elsewhere. 

BtherhoaBe Seo. 9. Bills, orders, or resolutions, may originate 
may originaie in either house, and may be altered, amended, or 
■""• rejected in the other; but all bills for raising a revenue 

Barenna Mil*, shall originate in the House of Bepreseotatiyes, but 
the Senate may propose amendments as in other cases; pro- 
TmfiMo, yidea, that they shall not, under color of amendment, 
introduce any new matter, which does not relate to raising a 
revenue. 

Seo. 10. No senator or representative shall, during t^tt term 
MMnbera not for which he shall have been elected, be appoiuto<l to 
•dto w^ton ^^y civil office of profit under this State, which shall 
Sslces. have been created, or the emoluments of which in- 

creased during such term, except such offices as may be filled by 
Proviio. elections by the people, provided, that this prohibition 
shall not extend to the memoers of the first Legislature. 
T^noni di*> ^^o, 11. No member of Congress, nor person hold- 
quftiifled to be ing any office under the United States (post-officers 
memben. excepted), nor office of profit under this State, justices 
of the peace, notaries public, coroners, and officers of the militia 
excepted, shall have a seat in either house during his being such 
memoer of Congress, or his continuing in such office. 
A<yourn- Seo. 12. Neither house shall, during the session, 

without the consent of the other, adjourn for more 
than two days, nor to any other place tluui that in which the 
house shall be sitting. 

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Sbo. 18. The Legislature shiiU, from time to time, gf^****«*^ 
provide, as far as practicable, by geueral laws, for all ReUivc of 
matters usually appertaining to special or private Fei>. 24, istb. 
legislation. 

Sec. 14. Corporations shall be formed under gen- Corpoi»«<ms 
eral laws, and shall not be created by special acts of nfdpai pu? 
the Legislature, except for municipal purposes, and f>^**^ ^. 
in cases where the objects of the corporation cannot j^^J2 J^nJ' 
otherwise be attaiued ; and, however formed, they *c. 
shall forever be subject to the general laws of the FeJJ^^^^, 
8tate. ' 

Sec. 16. The T^eglslature shall, by a two-thhrda ^^^if^SH^ 
concurrent vote of both branches, have the power to Resolve of 
call constitutional conventions, for the puipose of f«J'2{.i87* 
•mending, this constitution. SJ JT* *^ 

ABTIOLB v.— Pabt FntsT. 

KZEOUTIVS POWBBB. 

Sbo. 1. The supreme executive power in this State 0«»wM«i 
shall be vested in a (Governor. 

Sbo. 2. The Governor shall be elected by the quali- "^^ ** 
fled electors, and shall hold his office one year from ^ '^' 
the first Wednesday of January in each year. 

Sbo. 3. The meetings for election of Governor shall Meetingt ftt 
be notified, held, aud regulated, and votes shall be ^^1^ 
received, sorted, counted, declared, and recorded, in '^ 
the same manner as those for senators and representatives. 
They shall be sealed and returned into the Secretary's ^J*^*^^ 
office in the same manner, and at the same time as sec^nti^^ 
those for senators. And the Secretary of State for state. 
the time being shall, on the first Wednesday of Jan- AmendinMit, 
nary, then next, lay the lists before the Senate and STs^t*. m«. 
House of Representatives, and also the lists of votes 24, 1864. 
of citizens in the military service returned into the Secretary's 
office, to be by them examined, and, in case of a choice by a 
majority of all the votes returned, they shall declare proruiom im 
and publish the same. But if no person shall have a case there !• 
maiority of votes, the House of Representatives shall, »<> <*<>"«• 
by ballot, from the persons having the four highest numbers of 
votes on the lists, it so many there be, elect two persons and 
make return of their names to the Senate, of whom the Senate 
shall, by ballot, elect one, who shall be declared the Governor. 

Sec. 4. The Governor shall, at the commencement ^"'^^iJSiS"* 
of his term, be not less than thirty years of age; a o»ko^«™*>'' 
natural bom citizen of the United States, have been five years, 
or from the adoption of this Constitution, a resident of the State; 
and at the time of his election and 'during the term for which bo 
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^•qodifle*- Sbo. ft. No person holding any office or place nnd«r 
"^'^ the United States, this State, or any other power, 

shall exercise the office of €rovemor. 

Compeniatioii. Sbo. 6. The Govemor shall at Stated times, receive 
for Ills services a compensation, which shall not he increased or 
diminished during his continuance in office. 
CommMder- S^o. 7. He Shall be commander-in-chief of the arm j 
in-chief ot the and navy of the State and of the militia, except when 
"'^^'^ called into the actual service of the United States; 

Hot to march ^^^ ^® ^^^^^ °o* march nor convey any of the citizens 
tib« mUittaont out of the State, without their consent or that of the 
of tiM State. legislature, unless it shall become necessary. In order 
to march or trausport them from one part of the State to another 
for the defence thereol 

'With adrie* Sbo. 8. He shall nominate, and, with the advioe 
to mdSJ?*° ^^^ consent of the council, appoint all Judicial officers, 
«ffl<^ coroners, and notaries public; and he shall also nomi* 

Amendment, nate, and with the advice and consent of the council, 
*^i*if lEr appoint all other civil and military officers, whose 
tjIwu! ' appointment is not by this Constitution, or shall not 
KMoiTe rf ^y ^^^ ^ otherwise provided for; and every such 
FebTM, 187& nomination shall be niade seven days, at least, prior 
to such f^pointment 

To «{▼• in(br- Sbo. 9. He shall from time to time give the Legls- 
!S^mend lat^^re information of the condition of the State, and 
meuuies. recommend to their consideration such measures at 
be may judge expedient 

May require Sec. 10. He may require information from any 
informabon ot military officer or an^ officer in the executive depart- 
maj officer, ment, upon any subject relating to the duties of their 
respective offices. 

Power of fOT- SEC. 11. He shall have power, with the advice and 
5on*aiid remu Consent of the council, to remit, after conviction, all 
penaiuee, fre. forfeitures and penalties, and to grant reprieves, com- 
mutations, and pardons, except in cases ofimpeacimient, upon 
such conditions, and with such restrictions and liuiitations, as 
may be deemed proper, subject to such regulations as may be 
BeMire of provioed Dy law, relative to the manner of applying 
jeb. 24, 1875. for pardons. And he shall communicate to the Legis- 
lature at each session thereof, eacli case of repiieve, remission of 
penalty, commutation, or pardon granted, statmg the name of the 
convict, the crime of which he was convicted, the sentence and 
its date, tiie date of the reprieve, remission, commutation, or 
pardon, and the conditions, if any, upon which the same waft 
granted. 

Tn.»A.^ S^c- ^2* He shall take care that the laws be faitli- 
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Sbo. 13. He may, on extraordinary occasions, con- ^7*yfl*^ 
vene the Legislature; and in case of disagieement In txtnS^ 
between the tvro houses with respect to the time of naiTocca«ion« 
adioumment, adjourn them to such time as he shall *„ aSe ord\" 
thmk proper, not beyond the day of the next annual agreement, 
meeting; and if, since the last adjournment^ the place M«y chann 
where the Legislature were next to convene shall the placet? 
have become dangerous from an enemy or contagious "»««**»«• 
sickness, may direct the f-ession to be held at some other con- 
venient place within the Ftate. 

Sec. 14. Whenever the office of Governor shall ^'**J5J»^^ 
become vacant by death, resignation, removal from •"pp"®^ 
office or otherwise, the president of the Senate shall exercise the 
office of Governor imtil another Governor shall be duly qualified; 
and in case of the death, resignation, removal from office or dis- 
qualification of the president of the Senate so exercising the office 
of Governor, the speaker of the House of Representatives shall 
exercise the office, until a president of the Senate shall have been 
chosen; and when the office of Governor, president of the Senate, 
and speaker of the House shall become vacant, in the recess of 
the Senate, the person acting as Secretary of State for the time 
being, shall by proclamation convene the Senate, that a president 
may be chosen to exercise the office of Governor. And whenever 
either the president of the Senate or speaker of the House shall 
80 exercise said office, he shall receive only the compensation of 
Governor, but his duties as president or speaker shall be suspend- 
ed; and tne Senate or House shall fill the vacancy until his duties 
as Governor shall cease. 

ABTIGLE v.— Pabt Sbconi>. 



8bo. 1. There shall be a Council, to consist of seven ConncQ te 
persons, citizens of the United States, and residents of coMiataf 
this State, to advise the Governor in the executive **^*^ 
part of eovemment, whom the Governor shall have full power, 
at his discretion to assemble ; and he with the Councillors, or a 
majority of them, may from time to time, hold and keep a coun- 
cil, for ordering and directing the affairs of State, according to law. 

Sec. 2. The Councillors shall be chosen annually, Council, iww 
on the first "Wednesday of Januarj^, by joint ballot of chosen, 
the senators and representatives in convention; and vacancies, 
which shall afterwards happen, shall be filled in the same man- 
ner; but not more than one Councillor shall be elected from any 
district, prescribed for the election of senators; and —privileged 
they shall be privileged from arrest in the same man- fromarrett. 
ner as senators and representatives. 

Sec. 3.'^ The resolutions and advice of Council, shall {°"P*f tJjSf 
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i^P'eeing thereto, which may be called for by either house of the 
llegislature; and any Councilior may euter liis dissent to the 
resolution of the majority. 

Persons dis- Sec. 4. No member of Congress, or of the Legisla- 
quaiincd to be tiire of this State, nor any person holding any oflice 
eoimciiionu „nder the United States (post olMcera excepted), nor 
any civil officers under this State (justices of the peace and no- 
Nottobeap- taries public excepted), shall be Uouncillora. And no 
pmntcdtoany Councillor shall be appointed to anv office during tha 
«^^ time for which he shall have been elected. 

ABTIGLB v.— Pabt Thibd. 

8BCBBTABT. 

Sjcret«iy,how Seo. 1. The Secretary of State shall be chosen an- 
eboMn. nually at the first session of the Legislature, by joint 

ballot of the senators and i-epresentatives in convention, 
-toj^cep*^ Sec. 2. The records of the State shall be kept in 
ggoTtts en uie ^|j^ office of the Secretary, who may appoint his depa- 
— max appoint ties, for whose conduct he shall be accountable. 

deputies. 

To attend the 3^^* ^' ^^ shall attend the Governor and Council, 
governor and Senate, and House of Kepresentatives, in person op 
eouneu. ^^y j^jg deputies, as they shall respectively require. 

Toproseije Skc. 4. He shall carefully keep and preserve the 
Sec'xecuUve records of all the official acts and proceedings of the 
and leguiatire Govemor and Council, Senate, and House of llopre- 
departments. geutatives, and, when required, lay the same before 
either branch of the Legislature, and perform such other duties 
as are enjoined by this Constitution, or shall be required by law. 

ABTICLE v.— Part FouBTH. 

TBBASUBBB. 

TwMnTer, Sbo. 1. The Treasurer shall be chosen annually, at 

eSTibZSfbJflVe *^® ^^^ session of the Legislature, by joint ballot of 
years succea- the Senators and representatives in convention, but 
aireiy only, shall not be eligible more than five yeai-s successively. 
To give bonds, sec. 2. The Treasurer shall, before entering on the 
duties of his office, give bond to the State, with sureties, to the 
satisfaction of the Legislature, for the faithful discharge of Ids 
trust. 

Not to engage Sec. 3. The Treasurer shall not, during Ids con- 
in trade. tiuuance in office, engage in any business of trade or 
commerce, or as a broker, nor as an agent or factor for any mer- 
chant or trader. 

No money to ^EC. 4. No money shall be drawn from the 
be drawn but treasurv, but by warrant from the Governor and 
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by law; and a regular statement and acconnt of the -iceiDUand 
receipts and expenditures of all public money, shall expenditunt 
be published at the commencement of the annual fpHp*^ 
■eBslon of the Legislature. "•****• 

ARTICLE VI. 

JUDICIAL POWER. 

8«o. 1. The judicial power of this State shall be JSJ^^j^S* 
Tested in a Supreme Judicial Courtj and such other «»«"* 
courts as the Legislature shall from time to time establish. 

Sbo. 2. The justices of the Supreme Judicial Court compenMiioB 
shall, at stated times receive a compensation, which ofjusUceiiaf 
shall not be diminished dui-ing their continuance in ^' *' ***""* 
office, but they shall receive no other fee or reward. 

Sec. 3. They shall be obliged to give their opinion ^J*^ *f^ 
upon important questions of law, and upon solemn reouired by 
occasions, when required by the Governor, Council, eiAerb«nok 
Senate, or House of Ilepresentatives. ilSSe^u' 

Sbc. 4. All judicial ofScers now in office or who Tcnnre ofjv 
may be hereafter appointed shall, from and after the **«*^ offlee*. 
first day of March in the year eighteen hundred and forty, hold 
their offices for the term of seven years from the time Amendment, 
of their respective appointments (unless sooner re- £^1"; ©f 
moved by impeachment or by address of both branches Mar. 14, 18». 
of the Legisbiture to the Executive), and no longer unless re-ap- 
pointed thereto. 

Sec. 0. Justices of the Peace and notaries public jiut!ee«on3M 
shall hold their offices during seveo years, if they so p«ace »nd no- 
long behave themselves well, at the expiration of »ne«P"»>"C' 
which term, they may be re-appointed or others appointed, as the 
public interest may require. 

Sec. 6. The justices of the Supreme Judicial Court J««ticetof tiw 
shall hold no office under the United States, nor any JhS'SSJt% 
State, nor any other office under this State, except hoidnooth« 
that of justice of the peace. •"**• 

Sec. 7. Judges and registers of probate shall be ^^SSSIf 
elected by the people of their respective counties, by probate. Sec*, 
a plurality of the votes given in at the annual election, ed wmd tenoM 
on the second Monday of September, and shall hold "<*™««' 
their offices for four years, commencing on the first day of Jan* 
uarv next after their election. Vacancies occurring in Vacancies, 
said offices by death, resignation, or otherwise, shall how filled. 
be filled by election in manner aforesaid, at the Septembe 
election next after their occurrence; and in the mean- Amendment, 
time, the Governor, with the advice and consent of JJiii^eof 
the Council, may fill said vacancies bv appointment. Mar. i7, lass. 
and the persons so appointed shall hold their offices until the firal 
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Jj«*8?*«'. - Seo. 8. Jndc^es of mnnicipal and police coartiiBhall 
i>o?i!e%narta, be appointed by the executive power, in the same 
appoinuoent manner RS Other judicial officers, and shall holdlheir 
***• offices for the term of four years; provided, however, 

Sjoire of that the present incumbents shall hold their offices for 
F«i>.a4,w«. the term for which they are elected. 

ARTICLE VII. 

HILITART. 

OfBe««.by Sbo. 1. The captains and subalterns of the militlft 
Whom elected. ^^^^^ ^ elected by tlie written votes of the memben 
of their respective companies. The field officers of regiments by 
the written votes of the captains and subalterns of their respective 
re^^iments. The bri^i^adier generals in like manner, by toe field 
officers of their resi)€ctive bricrades. 

Manner of Sec. 2. The Leo:islature shall, by law, direct the 
^ndacting manner of notifying tho electors, conducting the 
*" ^ ** ^° *' elections, and making returns to the Governor of the 
officers elected; and, if the electoi*s shall neglect or refuse to mnke 
such elections, after being duly notified accortling to law, the 
Ctovemor shall appoint suitable person** to fill such offices. 
- Mi^Kcner- 8Ea 3. Tlie uiMjor general!* shall be elected by the 
Sjt|en«4i» Senate and House of llepresentatives, each having a 
kow elected.' negative on the other. Tlio adjutant general and 
quartermaster general shall be chosen annually by Joint ballot of 
tlie senators ^incl representatives in convention. But the adjutant 
general shall perform the duties of quartermaster general, until 
otherwise directed by law. The mnjor generals and brigadier 
Btaffofficen. generals, and the commanding officers of regiments 
SGSen^en? Skud battalions, shall appoint thoir respective staff 
•r . IX. ^ officers ; and all military officers shall be commissioned 
S£?u*ilw. by the Governor. 

OrginiMtion Sec. 4. The militia, as divided into divisions, 
of Qie militia, brigades, regiments, battalions, and companies pur- 
suant to the laws now m force, shall remain so organized, ontU 
the same shall be altered by the Legislature. 
Who may be Sec. 5. Persons of the denominations of anaken 
SSS^mmtarr *^^ shakers, justices of the Supreme Judicial Court, 
dutr. and ministers of the gospel, may be exempted from 

military duty; but no other person of the age of eighteen and 
under the age of forty-five years, excepting officers of the militia 
who have M«n honorably discharged, shall be so exempted, un- 
less he shall pay an equivalent to be fixed by law. 

ARTICLE VIII. 

literature. . 

iiegiBiatQre to A. general diffusion of the advantages of education 

toSiPPort^* being essential to the preservation of the rights and 

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object, the Legislature are authorized, and it shall be their dut^ 
to require, the several towns to make suitable provision at their 
own expense, for the support and maintenance of public schools; 
and it shall further be their duty to encourage and suitably endow, 
from time to time, as the circumstances of the peoi>le f5wc"«Sd 
may authorize, all academies, colleges, and semmaries aci^miet. 
of learning within the State; provided, that no dona- Proviso, 
tion, grant, or endowment shall at any time be made by the 
Legislature to any litenis'y institution now established, or which 
may hereafter be established, unless, at the time of making such 
endowment, the Legislatui-e of the State shall have the right to 
grant any further powers to alter, limit, or restrain any of the 
powers vested in, any such literaiy institution, as shall be Judged 
necessary to promote the best interests thereo£ 

ARTICLE IX. 

GENERAL PROVISIONS. 

Sbo. 1. Every person elected or appointed to either JjStTM? "^ 
of the places or offices provided in this Constitution, * 

and every person elected, appointed, or commissioned to any 
judicial, executive, military, or other office under this State, shall, 
Defore he enter on the discharge of the duties of his place or office, • 
take and subscribe the following oath or affirmation : '' I — — ^ do 
swear, that I will support the Constitution of the United States, 
and oi this State, so long as I shall continue a citizen thereof. So 
help me God.*' 

*C[ do swear, that I will faithfully discharge, to the best 

of my abilities, the duties incumbent on me as according to 

the Constitution and laws of the State. So help me Grod." 
Provided that an affirmation in the above forms may be substi- 
tuted, when the person shall be conscientiously scrupulous of 
taking and subscribing an oath. 

The oaths and affirmations shall be taken and sub- ?*£'t.irj°"* 
scribed by the Governor and Councillors before the ^^^^ ' 
presiding officer of the Senate, in tbe presence of both houses of 
the Legislature, and by the senators and representatives before 
the Governor and Council, and by the residue of said officers, 
before such persons as shall be prescribed by the Legislature; 
and whenever the Governor or any Councillor shall not be able to 
attend during the session of the Legislature to take and subscribe 
said oaths or affirmations, said oaths or affirmations may be taken 
and subscribed in the recess of the Legislature before any justice 
of the Supreme Judicial Court; provided, that the Proviso, 
senators and representatives, first elected under this Constitution, 
shall take and subscribe such oaths or affirmations before the 
president of the convention. 

Sec. 2. ^o person holding the office of Justice of Oflaces that 
the Supreme Judicial Court, or of any infenor court, fbtewSkelSi 
attorney general, county attorney, treasurer of the otkci. 
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register of deeds, sheriffs, or their deputies, clerks of the judicial 
courts, shall be a member of the Le«;islature; aud any person 
hokling either of the foregoing oftices, electetl to, and accepting a 
seat in the Congress of the L'nited btates, shall thereby -vacate 
said office; and no person shall be capable of holding or exercis- 
ing at the same time within this IState, more than one of the 
offices before mentioned. 

CommiMioTiB. Sec. 3. All commissions shall be in the name of the 
State, signed by the Governor, attested by the secretary or his 
deputy, and have the seal of the State thereto affixed. 
Eiectionaon Sec. 4. And in case the elections i-equired by thUi 
■S^y'ofjan- Constitution ou the tirst Wednesday of January an- 
i»rymayb« nually, by the two houses of the Legislature, shall 
SfwSdHy to ^^^ ^^ completed on that day, the same may bo 
inr. adjourned from day to day, until completed, in the 

foUo-vdng order: the vacancies in the Senate shall first be filled; 
the Governor phall then be elected, If there be no choice bv the 
people; and afterwards the two houses shall elect the council. 
Ereiy civil Sec. 6. Everv pcrsou holding any civil office under 
rJmoTcS*?y** this State, may be removed by impeachment, for mis- 
impeachment demeanor in office; aud every person holding any 
oraddren. office, may be removed by the Governor, with the 
advice of the Council, on the address of both branches of the 
Legislature. But before such address shall pass either house, the 
causes of removal shall be stated, and entered on the journal of 
the house in which it originated, and a copy thereof served on 
the person in office, that ne may be admitted to a hearing in his 
defence. 

Tennra of Seo. 6. The teuQie of all offices, which are not or 

•*«•• shall not be otlierwise provided for, shall be during 

the pleasure of the Governor and CounoiL 

Trination. Sec. 7. While the public expenses shall be assessed 

on polls and estates, a general valuation shall be taken at least 
once in ten years. 
Beoi and per- gEC. 8. All taxes upon real and personal estate, 

lonai estate to , - - .... «.,.».. , ^.. . .. ' 



Krtaie!uS- assessed by authority of this State, shall be apportion- 
eordiogto ita e<l and assessed equally, according to the just value 
ofFeb a5i875. thereof. 

Besoiv'e of iSfio. 9. The Legislature shall never, in any man- 
Sijuionf *" °®^» suspend or surrender the power of taxation, 
sheriift, how Sec. 10. Sheriffs shall be elected by the people of 
elected, and thcr respective counties, by a plurality of the votes 
tenure of office giygn jjj qq ^Jj^ gecond Monday of September, and 
shall hold their offices for two years, from the first day of Jan- 
Amendment, nary next after their election. Vacancies shall be 
BeMive of filled in the same manner as is provided in the case of 
Mar. 17, 1856. judgcs and registers of probate. 
Attorney gen- ^^^' ^l* ^^^ attorney general shall be chosen 
end, how annually by joint ballot oi the senators and repre- 
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occurring when the Legislature is not in session, may JS^^*^^**^ 
be filled by the appointment of the Governor with Amendmeat, 
the advice and consent of the Council. "rt «. Re- 

lolve of March 
17, 1855, and 
Feb. 24, 1875. 

Sbo. 12. But citizens of this State absent there- citizens who 
from in the military service of the United States or of Jd^o v^otefoT* 
this State, and not in the re^ar army of the United countyofflcen 
States, being otherwise qualified electors, shall be allowed to vote 
for judges and registers of probate, sheriffs, and all Amendment, 
other county officers on the Tuesday next after the rJ;*iVo of 
first Mond ty in November, in the year one thousand Mar. 24, isc4. 
eight hundred and sixty-four, and their votes shall be counted 
and allowed in the same manner and with the same effect as if 
given on the second Monday of September in that year. And 
they shall be allowed to vote for all such offi. ers on the second 
Monday in September annually thereafter forever. And the votes 
shall be given at the same time and in the same manner, and the 
names of the several candidates shall be printed or written on 
the same ballots with those for Governor, senators, and repre- 
fientatives, as provided in section four, article second of this Con- 
stitution 

Sec. 13. The Legislature may enact laws excluding ^t^^^^ ■* 
from the right of suffrage, for a term not exceeding RcSoi^Vof 
ten' years, all persons convicted of bribery at any Feb. 24, 187«. 
election, or of voting at any election, under the iimuence of a 
bribe. 

Sec. 14. The credit of the State shall not be direct- Creditof stuto 

not to l>e 



ly or indirectly loaned in any case. The Legislature i(incd. 
shall not create any debt or debts,liability or liabilities, ^"^o^o' 
on behalf of the State, which shall singly, or in the toSA*! 
aggregate, with previous debts and liabilities here- Amendment, 
after Incurred at any one thue, exceed three hundred gei^Veof 
thousand dollars, except to suppress insurrection, to jniy 20. 1847. 
repel invasion, or for pui-poses of war ; but this ExcepUont. 
amendment shall not be consti-ued to refer to any money thai 
has been, or may be deposited with this State by the government 
of the United States, or to any fund which the State shall hold in 
tnist for any Indian tribe. 

Sec. 15. The State is authorized to issue bonds g]?'*? *9 *""»• 
payable within twenty-one years, at a rate of interest mel.tof muni- 
not exceeding six per cent, a year, payable semi- cipaiwardebt 
annually, which bonds or their proceeds shall be devoted solely 
towards the reimbursement of the expenditures in- Amendment, 
curred by the cities, towns, and plantations of the gJ;<5J*e ^f 
State for war purposes during the rebellion, upon the Mar. 7, I868. 
following basis: Each city, town, and plantation shall Basis of paj- 
receive from the State one hundred dollars for every n»«n^ v 
man furnished for the military service of the United States under 
and after the call of July second, eighteen hundred and sixty- 
two, and accepted by the United States towards its quota for the 



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term of three years, and in the same proportion for every man so 
furnished and accepted for any shorter period; and the same shall 
be in full payment for any claim upon the State on account of 
Commisftion its wai* debts by any such inunici])ality. A commission 
to^*ppo*"»*" appointed by the Governor and Council shall deter- 
ui DC amount mine the amount to widch each city, town, and 
doe ciUes, &c. plantation is entitled; to be devoted to such reimburse- 
ment, the surplus, if any, to be appropriated to the soldiers who 
enlisted or were di*afted and went at any time during the war, or 
f3,GOo,oooiiiuit if deceased, to their legal representatives. The issue 
«f loan. of bonds hereby authorized shall not exceed in the 

aggregate three million five Imndrevl thousand dollai-s. and this 
amendment shall not be construed to permit the credit of the 
State to be directly or indirectly loaned in any other case or lor 
any other purpose. 

SS^*h*hi'** °^^ ^^' The Legislature may by law authorize the 
tS!to;Snd dividing of towns having not less than four thousand 
town* inciad- Inhabitants, or having voters residing on any island 
iSfyHiSfori«d witMn the limits thereof, into voting districts for the 
Into voting election of representatives to the Legislature, and pre- 
SSiendmeBt. ''^"^ *^® manner in wldch the votes shall be received, 
art. XII. ooonted, and tlie result of the election declared. 



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fcroem 



•OHEDUIA 

•Mw iB ^^O' 1* -^11 ^^^^ ^^^ i^ ^^^"^ ^^ ^^^ State, and not 
t eontiaiM repugnant to this Constitution, shall remain, and be in 
vntflnpeaied. force, until altered or repealed by the Legislature, or 
shall expire by their own limitation. 

Oonttitation, Sbo. 2. The Legislature, whenever two-thirds of 
^J<o^ both houses shall deem it necessary, may propose 
Karc'iT, amendments to this Constitution ; and when any 
»art8d,Bee.i5. amendments shall be so agreed upon, a resolution 
shall be passed and sent to the selectmen of the several town^ 
and the assessors of the sevei-al plantations^ empowering and 
directing them to notify the inhabitants of then- respective towns 
and plantations, in tlie manner prescribed by law, at their next 
annual meetings in the month or September, to give in their 
votes on the question, whether such amendment shall be made; 
and if it shall appear that a majority of the inhabitants voting 
on the question are in favor of such amendment, it shall become 
a part of this Constitution. 

Constitution Sec. 3. After the amendments proposed herewith 
i^^h^ shall have been submitted to popular vote, the chief 
SiSrSuJotof justice of the Supreme Judicial Court shall arrange 
B. J. c. the Constitution, as amended, under appropriate titles, 

IcMiTe of and in proper articles, parts, and sections, omitting all 
t«b.M.]«i. sections, clauses, and words not in force, and making 



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92 ANNTTAL BEGI8TBB OF MAINB. 

no other changes in the provisions or language thereof , ~^/j"I/ ?•/,?*" 
and shall suhnnt the same to the Legislature at its iJiieiatiJo. 
next session. And the draft, and arrai)genieut, when CousUtutioa 
approved by the Legislature, shall he enrolled on roUed'J.f"" 
parchment and deposited in the office of the Secretary parchment 
of State; and printed copies thereof shall be prelixed and printed 
to the books containin;? the laws of the State. And wWawJ? 
the Constitution, with the amendments made thereto, _si,aii be th« 
in accordance with the provisions thereof, shall be the supreme law 
supreme law of the State. ^^^ state. 

Sec. 4. Sections one, two, and five, of ortlcle ten seca. i, 2. 5, 
ef the existing Constitution, shall hereafter be omitted art. x, omitted. 
in any printed cojiies thereof prefixed to the laws of the State; 
but tliis shall not impair the validity of acts under those sections; 
and section five shall remain in full force, as part of SecSshaUre- 
the Constitution, according to the stipulations of said jj^w S"*" 
section, with the same eftect as if contained in said Feb.24,i87& 
printed copies. , -^ 

♦AMENDMENT 1. 
BELATING TO MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS. 

No city or town shall hereafter create any debt or Municipal in- 
liability, which singly, or in the aggregate with pre- J^'^eJjjfeJ't 
vious aebts or liabilities, shall exceed five per centum ofconstitution 
of the last regular valuation of said city or tONvn; pro- relating to. 
vided, however, that the adoption of this article shall not be con- 
strued as applying to any fund received in trust by said city or 
town, nor to any loan for the purpose of renewing existing loans 
or for war, or to temporary loans to be paid out of money raised 
by taxation, during the year in which they are made. 

tAJMENDMENT 2. 
BIENNIAL ELECTIONS AND BIENNIAL SESSIONS. 

The governor, senators and representatives in the Biennial 
legislature shall be elected biennally, and hold ofiice elections and 
two years from the first Wednesday in January next •e^s'ons. 
succeeding their election; and the legislature, at the first session 
next after the adoption of this article, shall make all needful 
provisions by law concerning the tenure of ofiice of all county 
officers, and concerning the annual or biennial reports of the 
state treasurer and other state officers and institu- Provi^ioneto 
tions; and shall make all such provisions by law as ^™ade. 
may oe required in consequence of the change from annual to 
biennial elections, and from annual to biennial sessions of the 
legislature The first election under this article shall be in the 
year one thousand eight hundred and eighty: and the first meet- 
ing of the legislature under this article shall be on the first Wed- 
nesday of January, eighteen hundred and eighty-one. 

Section, four, article two; section five, part one, "Biennial" 
article four; section four, part two, article four; sec- substituted for 
tion one, part three, article four; section thirteen, part "M»tt"«^-" 
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one, article five; section two, part two, article five; section one, 
part three, article five; section one. part four, article five; section 
four, part four, article five; section three, article seven; section 
four, article nine, and section eleven, article nine, are amended, 
by substituting the word * biennial* for the word "annual 
■wherever it occurs. 

Sec. 2, p»rti. Section two, part one, article five, is amended, bj^ 
articled, ' strikinpf out all after the word "office'* and substi- 
amended. tuting therefor the following words, 'for two years 
from the first Wednesday of January next following the elec- 
tion.' 'Section seven, article six, and section two, article ten, 
are hereby amended by striking out the word "annual** and 
insert in place thereof the word *Diennial.' 

♦AMENDMENT 3. 

PROVIDINO FOB ELECTION OF OOVEBNOB BY PLUBALITY VOTE. 

2^-Jj*rti. The third section of the first part of article five, is 
amended, amended by striking out the word ** majority,** wlier- 
ever it occurs therem, and inserting in the place thereof the 
word 'plurality.' 

t AMENDMENT 4. 

OHANOINO THE TERM OF OFFICE, OF SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES. 

Sec. 2, parti. Section two, article four, part first, of the constitu- 
Amendnient2 *^<^^ ^^ ^^^^^ State, as amended under the 't resolutions 
amended . concerning an amendment of the constitution of 
Maine," approved the fourth da.y of March, in the year eighteen 
hundred and seventy-nine, shall be further amended by striking 
out the words "first Wednesday in January next succeeding 
their election,** and inserting in place thereof the words 'day 
next preceding the biennial meeting of the legislature, and the 
amendment herein proposed, shall determine the term of office 
of senators and representatives to be elected at the annual meet- 
ing in September, in the year eighteen hundred and eighty, as 
well as the term of senators and representatives thereafter to be 
elected, so that said section as amended shall read as follows : 

'Sec. 2. The house of rej)re8eutatives sliall consist of one 
hundred and fifty-one members, to be elected by the qualified 
electors, and hold their office two years from the day next pre- 
ceding the biennial meeting of the legislature, and tlje amend- 
ment herein proposed, if adopted, shall determine the term of « 
office of senators and representatives to be elected at the annual 
meeting in September, m the year eighteen hundred and eighty, 
as well as the term of senators and representatives thereafter to 
be elect-€d. The legislature, which shall first be convened under 
this constitution, shall on or before the fifteenth day of August, 
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty- 
one, and the legislature, within every subsequent period of at 
most ten years, and at least five, cause the number of the in- 
habitants of the state to be ascertained, exclusive of foreigners 
not naturalized and Indians not taxed'. The number of repre- 
sentatives shall, at the several periods of tnaking such enumer- 
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94 ANNUAL BBGISTBB OF MAINS. 

atioD, be fixed aud apportioned among the several counties, as 
near as may b^, acoording to the number of inhabitants, having 
regard to the relative increase of population The number ox 
representatives shall, on said first apportion, be not less than 
one hundred aud not more than one hundred aud fifty.* 
♦AMENDMENT 5. 

FOBEVEB PROHIBITINQ THK MANUFAOTURK OF INTOXICATING LIQUOBS, 

AND PROHIBITING THKIR SALE EXCEPT FOR MKDIClNAL 

AND MECHANICAL PURPOSES AND THE ARTS. 

The manufacture of intoxicating liquors, not including cider, 
and the sale and keeping for sale of intoxicating liquors, are and 
shall be forever prohibited. Except, however, that the sale and 
keeping for sale of such liquors tor medicinal and mechanical 
purposes and the arts, and the sale and keeping for sale of cider 
may be permitted under such regulations as the legislature may 
provide. The legislature shall enact laws with suitable penalties 
for the suppression of the manufacture, sale and keeping for sale 
of intoxicating liquors, with the exceptions herein specified. 

Kesolved, Tliat the aldermen of cities, selectmen of towns, 
and assessors of plantations, in the State are hereby empowered 
and directed to notify the inhabitants of their respective cities, 
towns and plantations, in the manner prescribed by law, at the 
September election next ensuing after the passage and approval 
of these resolves, to give in their votes on the q^uestion wnether 
the amendment to tine constitution proposed m the foregoing 
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resolve shall be made; and the question so submitted shall be: 
"Shall the constitution be amended so as to prohibit forever 
the manufacture, sale and keeping for sale of intoxicating 
liquors as j^rovided by the said amendment ?** And the inhabi- 
tants of said cities, towns and plantations, shall vote by ballot 
on said question, — those in favor of the amendment expressing 
it by the word * yes * upon their ballots, and those opposed to 
the amendment by the word * no * upon their ballots ; and the 
ballots shall be received, sorted, counted, declared and recorded 
in open ward, town and plantation meeting, and lists of the 
votes so received shall be made and returned to the Secretary 
of State in the same manner as votes for governor. And the 
Governor and Council shall open, examine and count the same, 
and make return thereof to the next legislature, and if it shall ap- 
pear that a majority of the votes is in favor of said amendment, 
^he governor shall, by his proclamation, declare such amend- 
ment to be adopted, and the constitution shall be amended 
accordingly, to take effect on the first Wednesday of January, in 
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five. 
tAMENDMENT 6. 

ELIGIBILITY OF THE TREASURER OF STATE. 

The treasurer shall be chosen biennially at the first seci, parti, 
session of the legislature, by joint ballot of the sen- article 5/ 
ators and representatives in convention, but shall •"«"*««• 
not be eligible more than six years successively. 

• Resolution adopted by legislature, Feb. 21, 1883. Adopted Sept. 8, 1884. 
t Resolution adopted by legislature, Mar.lO, 18S7. Adopted Sept.lO, 1888. 



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State Ottkeerm since FormatioM of Coastitatioa* 

OOySRNORS. 



1820 William King, Bath (rs.). 

1821 Wm. D. Williamson, Bangor, 

Actinff. 

1822 Albion K. Parris, Paris. 
1827 Enoch Lincoln, Portland (d.). 
1829 Nathan Cutler, Farm't'n, Actg. 
1880 Jona. G. Hunton, Readfield. 
1831 Samuel £. Smith, Wiscasset. 
1834 Robert P. Dunlap, Brunswick. 

1888 Edward Kent. Bangor. 

1889 John Fairfield, Saco. 

1841 Edward Kent, Bangor. 

1842 John Fairfield, Saco. 

1843 John Fairfield, Saco (rs. elected 

to U. S. Senate). 
1848 Edward Kayanagh, Newcastle, 
Acting. 

1844 Hugh J. Anderson, Belfost. 
1847 John W. Dana. Fryeburg. 
1860 John Hubbard, Hallowell. 
1868 William G. Crosby, Belfast. 
1865 Anson P. Morrill, Readfield. 

PBK8IDBNTB 

1820 John Chandler, Monmouth (rs.) 
1820 Wm. Moody, Saco (rs.) 
1820-1 W. D. Williamson, Bangor. 
1822 Daniel Rose, Thomaston. 

1824 Benj. Ames, Bath. 

1825 Jonas Wheeler, Thomaston. 
1827 Robert P. Dunlap, Brunswick. 
1829 Nathan Cutler. Farmington. 

1880 Joshua Hall, Frankfort. 

1881 Robert P. Dunlap, Brunswick. 
1888 F. O. J. Smith, Portland. 

1884 Jos. Williamson, Belfast. 

1885 Josiah Pierce, Gorham. 

1887 John C. Talbot, East Machias. 

1888 Nath'l S. Littlefield, Bridgton. 

1889 Job Prince, Turner. 

1840 Stephen C. Foster, Pembroke. 

1841 Richard H. Vose, Augusta. 

1842 Samuel H. Blake, Bangor. 
iQAQ f B. Kavanagh, Dam'cotta(r8.) 
l»M j y jy panS^ Buckfleld. 

1844 John W. Dana, Fryeburg. 

1845 M. B. Townsend, Alexander. 
•iQAA i Steph. H, Chase, Fryeb'g(r8.) 
^^^ I David Dunn, Poland. 

1847 John Hodgdon, Houlton. 

1848 Caleb R. Ayer, Cornish. 

1849 William Tripp, Wilton. 

1850 Paulinus M. Foster, Anson. 

1851 Noah Prince, Bnckfield. 
1858 Samuel Butman, Dixmont. 



1856 Samuel Wells, Portland. 

1857 Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 

(rs., elected to U. S. Senate). 

1857 Joseph H. Williami, Aogusta, 

Acting. 
1868 Lot M. MorrUl, Augusta. 
1861 Israel Washburn, jr , Orono. 
1868 Abner Cobum, Skowhegan. 
1864 Samuel Cony, Augusta. 

1867 JoshuaL.Chamberlain,Bmn8*k. 
1871 Sidney Perham, Paris. 

1874 Nelson Dingley, ir., Lewiston. 
1876 Selden Connor, Augusta. 

1879 Alonzo Garcelon, Lewiston. 

1880 Daniel F. Davis, Corinth. 

1881 Harris M. Plaisted. Bangor. 

1888 Frederick Robie, Gorham. 
1887 Joseph R. Bod well, Hallowell, 

died Dec. 16, 1887. 

1887 Sebastian S. Marble, Waldo- 

borough. 

1889 Edwin cTBurieigh, Bangor. 

OP BBNATB. 

1854 Luther S. Moore, Limerick. 

1855 Franklin Muzzy, Bangor. 

1856 Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 
iftR7 i <^' H- ^illiamSf Augusta (rs.) 
^~* \H. Chapman, DamariscotU. 

1858 Seth Scamman, Saco. 

1859 Chas. W. Goddard, Auburn. 

1860 Thomas H. Marshall, Belfast. 

1861 John H. Goodenow, Alfred. 

1868 N. A. Farwell, Rockland. 

1864 George B. Barrows, Fryeburg. 

1865 D. D. Stewart, St. Albans. 

1866 Wm. Wirt Virgin, Norway. 

1867 Nat. A. Burpee, Rockland. 

1868 Josiah Crosby, Dexter. 

1869 S. D. Lindsey, Norridgewock. 

1870 Wm. W. Bolster, Dixfleld. 

1871 Charles Bufllim, Orono. 

1872 Reuben Foster, Waterville. 
1878 John B. Foster, Bangor. 

1874 John E. Butler, Biddeford. 

1875 Edmund F. Webb, Waterville. 

1876 Thomas W. Hyde, Bath. 

1878 Warren H. Vinton, Gray. 

1879 J. Manchester Haynes, Augusta. 

1880 Joseph A. Locke, Portland. 

1888 John L. Cutler, Bangor. 

1886 William D. Pennell,Lewiston. 

1887 Seb. S. Marble, Waldoborough. 

1889 Henry Lord, Bangor. 

1891 Charles F. Libby, Portland. 



BBOBBTABIS8 OF 8BNATB. 

1820 Ebenezer Herriok, Lewiston. I 1828 Chas. B. Smith, Portland. 
1822 W. B. Sewall, Portland. J 1826 Nathaniel Low, Lyman. 



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1827 Ebenezer Hutchinson, Athens. 

1830 Edw. Kavanagh, Damariscotta. 

1831 N. S. Littlefield, Bridgton. 

1833 Timothy J. Carter, Paris. 

1834 William Trafton, Alfred. 

1841 Daniel Sanborn, Bangor. 

1842 Jere Haskell, Portland. 

1845 J. O. L. Foster, Lewiston. 

1846 Daniel T. Pike, Augusta. 
1850 Albert H. Small, Newry. 
1853 Louis O. Cowan, Biddeford. 



1864 William Trafton, Alfred. 

1865 Louis O. Cowan, Biddeford. 

1856 Wm. G. Clark, Sangerville. 

1857 Joseph B. Hall, Presque Isle, 
1860 James M. Lincoln, Bath. 
1883 Ezra C. Brett, Oldtown. 

1866 T. P. Cleaves, Brownfield. 
1870 Samuel W. Lane, Augusta. 
1880 Charles W. Tilden, Hallowell. 
1891 Kendall M. Dunbar, Damaris- 
cotta. 



1820 Bei^amin Ames, Bath. 

1824 Benj, Greene, So. Berwick. 

1825 John Ruggles, Thomaston. 

1829 George Evans, Gardiner. 

1830 Daniel Goodenow, Alfred. 
1Q91 ) John Ruggles, Thomaston (rs.) 
^^^ { Benj. White, Monmouth. 
1833 Nathan Clifford, Newfleld. 
-iQQc ( Thomas Davee, Blanchard (rs.) 
^^'^^ ) Jonathan Cilley, Thomaston. 

1836 Jonathan Cillev, Thomaston. 

1837 Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 

1838 Elisha H. Allen, Bangor. 

1839 Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 

1841 Josiah S. Little, Portland. 

1842 Charles Andrews, Turner. 

1843 David Dunn, Poland. 

1845 Moses McDonald, Limerick. 

1846 Ebenezer Knowlton, Montville, 

1847 Hugh D. McLellan, Gorham. 
1849 Samuel Belcher, Farmington. 
1851 George P. Sewall, Oldtown. 
1853 John C. Talbot, jr., Lubec. 
1864 Noah Smith, jr., Calais. 
1856 Sidney Perham, Woodstock. 
1856 Josiah S. Little, Portland. 



SPKAKERS OP THK HOU8E. 

1868 J. H. Drummond, WaterviUe. 

1859 Wm. T. Johnson, Augusta. 

1860 Frederick A. Pike, Calais. 

1861 James G. Blaine, Augusta. 
1863 Nelson Dingley jr., Lewiston. 
1866 W. A. P. Dillingham, WaterviUe. 

1866 James M. Stone, Kennebuuk. 

1867 Lewis Barker, Stetson. 

1868 T. C. Woodman, Bucksport. 

1869 J. H. Drummond, Portland. 

1870 Reuben Foster, WaterviUe. 

1871 Edwin B. Smith, Saco. 

1872 Frederick Robie. Gorham. 

1873 Edmund F. Webb, WatervUle. 

1874 Wm. W. Thomas, jr., Portland. 

1876 Frederick Robie, Gorham. 

1877 Edward B. Nealley, Bangor. 

1878 Henry Lord, Bangor. 

1879 Melvin P. Frank, Portland. 

1880 George E. Weeks, Augusta. 

1881 L. H. Hutchinson, Lewiston. 
1883 J.Mftnchester Haynes, Augusta. 
1885 Charles Hamlin, Bangor. 
1887 Chas. E. Littlelield, Rockland. 
1889 Fred N. Dow, Portland. 
1891 Andrew P. WisweU, Ellsworth. 



1867 Chas. A. Spofford, Deer Isle. 

CLBBKS OF THE HOUSE. 

1864 John J. Perry, Oxford. 

1865 H. K. Baker, HalloweU. 

1866 David Dunn, Poland. 



1820 J. Loring CMld, Augusta. 
1831 Thomas McGaw, Bangor. 
1882 Joseph G. Cole, Paris. 
1833 Asaph R. Nichols. Augusta. 

1836 James L. Child, Augusta. 

1837 Charles Waterhouse. 

1838 George C. Getchell, Anson. 

1839 George Robinson, Gardiner. 

1840 Elbridge Gerry, Waterford. 

1841 George C Getchell, Anson. 

1842 Wm. T. Johnson, Augusta. 
1846 Samuel Belcher, Farmington 
1849 E. W. Flagg. Bangor. 
1853 A. B. FarweU, Farmington. 

SBOBBTABIBS OF 8TATU. 

1820 Ashur Ware, Portland. I 1831 Roscoe G. Greene, Portland. 

1822 Amos Nichols, Augusta. 1836 Asaph R. Nichols, Augusta. 

1829 Edward Russell, N. Yarmouth. | 1838 Samuel F. Benson, Wmthrop. 



1867 George W. Wilcox, Dixmont. 
1860 Charles A. Miller, Skowhegan. 
1864 Horace StUson, Pittsfleld. 
1866 FrankUn M. Drew, Brunswick. 

1868 S. J. Chadbourne, E. Dixmont. 

1878 Oramandel Smith, Litchfield. 

1879 Benjamin L. Staples, Houlton. 

1880 Oramandal Smith, Litchfield. 
1885 Nicholas Fessenden, Fort Fair- 
field. 

1891 WiUiam S. Cotton, Lisbon. 



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1889 Asaph R. Nichols, Augusta. 

1840 Fhilip G. Johnson, Augusta. 

1841 Samuel P. Benson, Winthrop. 

1842 Philip C. Johnson, Augusta. 
1846 William B. Hartwell, Augusta. 
1846 E. B. French, Damariscotta. 
1850 John G. Sawder, Augusta. 
1854 Alden Jackson, Augusta. 
1856 Caleb R. Ajrer, Cornish. 

1867 Alden Jac^n, Augusta. 

1868 Noah Smith, Jr., CiUais. 



1861 Joseph B. Hall, Presque Isle. 
1864 Ephraim Flint, jr., Dover. 
1868 Franklin M. Drew, Brunswick. 
1872 George G. Stacy, Richmond (rs.) 
1876 Sidney Perhara, Paris (f. v.) 
1876 S. J. C'hadhoume, B. Dlxmont. 

1879 Edward H. Gove, Biddeford. 

1880 S. J. Chadbourne, Augusta. 

1881 Joseph O. Smith, Augusta. 
1885 Oramandal Smith, Litchfield. 
1891 Niohola8Fe88enden,Ft.FahrfieUl 



BTATB TRBAfiUBBlUI. 



1820 Joseph C. Boyd, Portland. 
1823 Elias Thomas, '' 

1828 Mark Harris, 

1829 Elias Thoma?, " 

1881 A. B. Thompson, Brunswick. 

1882 Mark Harris, Portland. 

1885 Asa Redington, jr., Augusta. 
\ Dan'l Williams, Augusta, Com- 
) missioner. 

1838 James B. Cahoon, Portland. 

1839 Jeremiah Goodwin, Alfred. 

1840 Daniel Williams, Augusta. 

1841 Sanford Kingsbury, Kingsbury. 

1842 James White. Belfast. 
1847 Moses McDonald, Limerick 



1850 Samuel Cony, Augusta. 

! Woodbury Davis, Belfast, 
J. A. Sanborn, Readfield, Com' 
fnisaioncT, 

1866 Isaac Reed, Waldoboro'. 

1867 Benjamin D. Peck, Portland. 
1860 Nathan Dane, Alfred. 

1865 N. G. Hichborn, Stockton. 
1869 William Caldwell, Augusta. 
1874 SUas C. Hatch. Bangor. 
1877 EsreflTH. Banks, Biddeford. 

1879 Charles A. White, Gardiner. 

1880 Sam'l A. Holbroc:<, Freeport. 
1886 Edwin C. Burleigh, Bangor. 
1888 Geo. L. Beal, Norway. 



ADJUTAHTVOBNEKALa. 



1820 Samuel Cony, Augusta. 
18S0 Samuel G. Ladd, Augusta. 
1883 Joseph Sewall, Bath. 
1836 A. B. Thompson, Brunswick. 
1838 Rufhs C. Vose, Augusta. 
1889 A, B. Thompson. Brunswick. 

1841 Isaac Hodsdon, Bangor. 

1842 Alfr^ Redington, Augusta. 

1861 Greenleaf White, Augusta. 

1862 Albert Tracy, Bangor. 

1865 J. R. Bachelder, Readfleld. 

1866 George M. Atwood, Gardiner. 



1867 James W. Webster, Belfast. 
1859 Davis TiUson, Rockland, 
1861 John L. Hodsdon, Bangor. 

Besigned. 
1867 John C. Caldwell, Macblas. 

j^pointed and Resigned. 
1869 B. B. Murray, jr., Pembroke. 
1876 Jonathan P. Cllley, Rockland. 

1879 Samuel D. Leavitt, Eastport. 

1880 George L. Beal, Norway. 
1886 Samuel J. Gallagher, Calais. 
1889 Henry M. Sprague, Auburn. 



ATTOBVBT-OXirERALS. 

1867 Nathan D. 



pleton, Alfred. 



1820 Erastfts Foote, Wiscasset. 
1832 Jonathan P. Rogers. Bangor. 
1884 Nathan CliflTord, Newfleld. 

1838 Daniel Goodenow, Alfred. 

1839 Stephen Emery, Paris. 

1841 Daniel Goodenow, Alfred. 

1842 OtisL. Bridges, Calais. 
1844 W. B. S. Moor, Waterville. 

1848 Samuel H. Blake, Bangor. 

1849 Henry Tallman, Bath. 
1863 George Evans, Portland. 
1866 John S. Abbott, Norridgewook 
1866 Gleorge Evans, Portland. 

JjAKD agbhts. 
1824 James Irish, Gorham. I 1880 Milford P. Norton, Bloomfleld. 

1828 Daniel Bo8e> Thomaston. | 1881 Daniel Rose, Thomaston. 

7 



. Applet 
) G. W. Ingersoll, Bangor. Died. 
1860 J. H. Drummond. Portland. 
1864 John A. Peters, Bangor. 
1867 William P. Frye, Lewiston. 
1870 Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 

1878 Harris M. Plaisted, Bangor. 
1876 Lucilius A. Emery, Ellsworth. 

1879 WUliam H. McLellan, Belfut. 

1880 Henry B. Cleaves, Portland. 
1885 OrvUle D. Baker, Augusta. 
1889 Chas. E. Littlefield, Rockland. 



Digitized 



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i^/i 



m 



AKNUAL BXQIBTEB OF MAINS. 



1884 J( 

1888 E] 

1889 Ri 

1841 £] 

1842 L< 
1847 Si 
1860 A] 

1854 Gi 

1855 lai 

1856 Jfl 



1857 Noah Barker, Exeter. 
1860 B. W. Norria, Skowhegan 
1868 H. Chapman, Damariscotta. 
1864 Isaac B. Clark, Bangor. 
1868 Parker P. Burleigh, linnena. 

1876 Edwin C. Burleigh, Bangor <r») 

1877 Fred. E. Richards, Camden (f.T.) 
1877 Edwin C. Burleigh, Bangor. 

1879 Isaac R. Clark, ii^ngor. 

1880 Cyras A. Packard, Blanohard. 



BOABD OP EDUCATION. 



The Board of Education was estaUished bv act of the Legislature of July 
27, 1846, conristingof one member from each county. The first Secretary 
of the Board was William G. Crosbv, of Belfast, who retained the position 
until 1351. lUisha M. Thurston oi Charleston was Secretary until 1858^ 
when the Board of Education was abolished. In 1854 the office of State 
Superintendent of Public Schools was established. The following is a list 
of the incumbents with their terms of office : 

1854 Charles A. Lord, Portland. 

1855 Mark H. Dunnell, Norway. 
1866 J. P. Craig, Readfield. 



1857 Mark fl. Dunnell, Norway. 
1860 Edward P. Weston. Gorham. 
1865 Edward Ballard, Brunswick. 



1868 Warren Johnson, Topsham. 
1876 WUliam J. Corthell, Calais. 

1878 Nelson A. Luce, Freedom. 

1879 Edward S. Morris, Biddef ord. 

1880 Nelson A. Luce, Yassalbororgh. 



9ea«ioap of tiM |[«ein«lat«i« of Maine* 

The Legislature of Maine first met in the Court House, Portland, May 21, 
1820, and continued its sessions there until 1882. 

An act was passed Feb. 24, 1827, fixing the permanent seat of government 
at Augusta. The present buildlDg was first occupied by the Legislature, 
Jan. 4, 1882. 





AT PORTLAND. 






CoBimeiic«d. 


A^ournMl. 


DsTt. 


1820. May 21. 


June 


28. 


89 


1821. Jan. 


10. 


March 


22. 


72 


1822. Jan. 
1828. Jan. 


2. 


Feb. 


9. 


88 


1. 


Feb. 


11. 


42 


1824. Jan. 


7. 


Feb. 


26. 


61 


1825. Jan. 


5. 


Feb. 


28. 


56 


1826. Jan. 


4. 


March 


8. 


68 


1827. Jan. 


8. 


Feb. 


26. 


56 


1828. Jan. 


2. 


Feb. 


26. 


57 


1829. Jan. 
U80. Jan. 


7. 


March 


6. 


69 


6. 


March 


19. 


78 


1881. Jan. 


5. 


April 


2. 


88 




AT AUGUSTA. 






1882. Jan. 


4. 


March 


8. 


66 


1888. Jan. 


2. 


March 


4. 


62 


1884. Jan. 


1. 


March 


18. 


72 


1886. Jan. 


7. 


March 


24. 


77 


1886. Jan. 


6. 


April 
March 


4. 


91 


1887. Jan. 


4. 


80. 


86 


1888. Jan. 


8. 


March 


28. 


80 


1880. Jan. 


2. 


March 26. 


88 


1840. Jan. 


1. 


March 


18. 


78 


1840. Sept. 17. 


Oct. 


22. 


86 


^it^: 


6. 


vSapU IB, 


102 





A4}oarned. 


JHtb. 


1842. May 18. 


May 80. 


18 


1848. Jan. 4. 


March 24. 


80 


1844. Jan. 8. 


March 22. 


80 


1845. Jan. 1. 


April 8. 


98 


1846. May 18. 


Aug. 10. 


90 


1847. May 12. 


Aug. 8. 


84 


1848. May 10. 


Aug. 11. 


94 


1849. May 9. 


Aug. 16. 


99 


1860. May 8. 


Aug. 29. 


114 


1851. May 14. 


June 8. 


21 


1852. Jan. 7. 


April 26. 


111 


1853. Jan. 5. 


April 1. 


87 


1858. Sept. 20. 


Sept. 28. 


9 


1854. Jan. 4. 


April 20. 


107 


1855. Jan. 8. 


March 17. 


74 


1856. Jan. 2. 


April 10. 


100 


1857. Jan. 7. 


April 17. 
March 20. 


101 


1858. Jan. 6. 


78 


1859. Jan. 5. 


April 6. 
March 20. 


91 


1860. Jan. 4. 


77 


1861. Jan. 2. 


March 15. 


78 


1861. Apr. 22. 


April 26. 
March 19. 


4 


1862. Jan. 1. 


78 


1868. Jan. 7. 


March 26. 


79 


1864. Jan. 6. 


March 26. 


80 


1866. Jm. #. 


?eb. 2g, 


^ 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



eirP9SliX JUDICIAL OOUBT* 



1866. Jan. 


8. 


Feb. U. 


68 


1877. Jan. 


8. 


Feb. 


9. 


88 


1867. Jan. 


2. 


March 1. 


69 


1878. Jan. 


2. 


Feb. 


21. 


61 


1868. Jan. 




March 7. 


67 


1879. Jan. 


1. 


March 


6. 


64 


1869. Jan. 




March 18. 


72 


1880. Jan. 


12. 


March 


19. 


68 


1870. Jan. 




March 24. 


79 


1881. Jan. 


6. 


March 


18. 


73 


ISn. Jan. 




Feb. 27. 


55 


1883. Jan. 


8. 


March 


16. 


72 


1872. Jan. 


8*. 


Feb. 29. 


58 


1885. Jan. 


7. 


March 


6. 


69 


1878. Jan. 




Feb. 27. 


58 


1887. Jan. 


6. 


March 


17. 


72 


1874. Jan. 




March 4. 


67 


1^89. Janl 


2. 


March 


13. 


71 


1875. Jan. 


6.* 


Feb. 24. 


60 


1891. Jan. 


7. 


AprU 


8. 


8T 


1876. Jan. 


6. 


Feb. 28. 


60 




irt. 










SnpreaM 


Jndieial C«i 





1866. 



1.90,1868. 
ip'dFeb. 

I, May 16, 
1869, and 

124,1870, 
1.81,1877, 

rch, 1880, 

.ppointed 

1883, and 

,1884. 

1890. 

91. 

. 81, 18M. 



Digitized 



byG«)gl 



/^ 



100 



AKNUAL BBGISTBB OF MAIKB. 



1832. 
1835. 
1836. 
1841. 
1842. 
1850. 
1864. 
1856. 
1857. 
1859. 
1866. 
1873. 
1876. 
1879. 
1880. 
1888. 



September 2, 
June 27, 
October 8, 
February 12, 
March 6, 
January 22, 
January 16, 
February 28, 
February 7, 
January 29, 
May 12, 

February 27, 
March 26, 
October 26, 
April 
April 
July 



24, 
24, 
19, 



BBPORTBR8 OF DECISIONS. 

Simon Greenleaf, Portland,— toIs. I to 9. 
John Fairdeld, Saeo,— vols. 10 to 12. 
George W. Pierce, Portland. 
John Shepley, Saco,— vols. 13 to 18. 
John Appleton, Bangor,— vols. 19 to 20. 
John Shepiey, Saco,— vols. 21 to 30. 
Asa Redington, Augusta,— vols. 31 to 86. 
Solyman Heath, Waterville,- vols. 36 to 40. 
John M. Adams Portland,— vols. 41 to 42. 
Timothy Luddeh, Turner,— vols. 48 to 44. 
Wales Hubbard, Wiscasset,- vols. 45 to 51. 
William Wirt Virgin, Norway,— vols. 62 to 60. 
Edwin B. Smith, Saco,— vols. 61 to 64. 
Josiah D. Pulsifer, Auburn,— vols. 65 to 68. 
David R. Hastings, Fryeburg,- vols. 69 and 70. 
Joseph W. Spaulding, Portland,— vol«. 71 to 80. 
Charles Hamlin, Bangor.— vols. 81 and 82. 



Choice. 



v. 9. Senat#r« Ar*ni adoption of Constitntion. 

(Abbreriatioii*— n., reigned * t v., filled vacancy { d., died.; 
Name. FoUtiCB. Botidence. Term of office 



s 


John Holmes, Rep. 
John Chandler, Rep. 


Alfred, 
Monmouth, ' 


1820-1827. 
1820-1828. 


t- 


Albion K. Parris, Rep. 

•Appointed Judge of S. J. 
John Holmes, N. Rep. 
John Chandler, D. Rep. 


Portland (rs.). 
Court. 

Alft^d (f. v.), 
Monmouth, 


1827-1828. 

1829-1888. 
1828-1829. 


3' 


Ether Shepley, D. Rep. 
Appointed Judge of S.J 
Judah Dana, Dem. 
Reuel WlllUms, Dem. 
. Peleg Sprague, N. Rep. 


Saoo(r8.), 
Court. 

Fryeburg (f. v.). 


1883-1886. 

1886-1887. 
1887-1889. 
1829-1886. 


i- 


f Reuel Williams, Dem. 

Resigned Feb., 1843. 
John Fairfield. Dem. 
JohnRuggles, Dem. 


' Augusta, 

Saco (f. v.), 
Thomaston, 


1889-1848. 

1848-1846. 

1836-1841. 


i- 


John Fairfield, Dem. 
Wyman B. S. Moor, Dem. 

Appointed by Governor. 
Hannibal Hamlin, Dem. 
George Evans, Whig. 


Waterville (f. v.), 

Hampden (f. v.), 
Gardiner, 


1846-1847. 

1848-1849. 

1848-1861. 
1841-1847. 


i 


Elected Gk>Temor of State. 
Amos Nourse, Rep. Bath (f. v.). 

Appointed by Governor. 
James W. Bradbury, Dem. Augusta, 


1851-1867. 

1857. 

1847-1868. 


i- 


Hannibal Hamlin, Rep. Hampden, 1867-1861. 

Elected Vice-president of United States. 
Lot M. Morrill, Rep. Augusta (f. v.), 1861-1868. 
Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Rep. Portland, 1864-1869. 

[ ofLekislatiiretoeleot. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



BBPBBSBNTATTVIBS TO 00X0BB8S. 



101 



€ 



Lot M. MorrilU 
Wm. Pitt Fessenden, 



Rep. 
Rep. 



Appointed Secretaiy of Treasury. 
Nathan A. Farwell, Rep. 

Appointed by Governor. 
Hannibal Hamlin, Rep. 

Wm. Pitt Fessenden, Rep. 

Died Sept. 8, 1869. 
Lot M. Morrill, Rep. 

Lot M. Morrill, Rep. 

Appointed Secretary of Treasory. 
g.H James 6. lllaine, Rep. 

-" Appointed by Governor. 

Hannibal Hamlin, Rep. 

James G. Blaine, Rep. 

Appointed Secretary of State. 
William P. Frye, Rep. 

Eugene Hale, Rep. 

fi ( William P. Frye, Rep. 

^ I Eugene Hale, Rep. 

13th William P. Frye, Rep. 



Angnsta. 
Portland (rs.). 



1868-1889. 
1869-1864. 



Rockland (f. v.), 1864-1866. 



Bangor, 
PorUaod, 

Augusta (f. T.), 
Augusta, 

Augusta (f. V.) 

Bangor, 
Augusta (rs.), 

Lewiston (f. v.), 

Ellsworth, 

Lewiston, 

Ellsworth, 

Lewiston, 



1869-1876* 
1866-1869- 

1869-18n. 
18n-1876. 

1876-1877. 

1876-1881. 
1877-1881. 

1881-1888. 
1881-1887. 
1883-1889. 
1887-1898 
1889-1896. 



Reprea«ntatiTes !• C*ii| 

Cong. Name. 

I Wm. D. Williamson, 

• E. Whitman (rs.), 
g Mark Harris (f. v.), 
«-• J Enoch Lincoln, 
js" Ebenezer Herrick, 
2!t MarkL. HUl, 

»-• Joshua Cushman, 
Joseph Dane, 

f Joshua Cushman, 
eo Ebenezer Herrick, 
o3 Enoch Lincoln, 
1-; William Burleigh, 
5 David Kidder 
«S Stephen Longfellow, 

(Jeremiah (VBrien, 

' Peleg Spracue, 

• Ebenezer Herrick, 
§ David Kidder 

i^ Jeremiah O'Brien, 
^"iWiUiam Burleigh, 
g John Anderson, 
•-• Enoch Lincoln (rs.), 
James W. Ripley (f. v.), 

f Jeremiah O'Brien, 
fc J. F. Wingate, 
« Peleg Sprague, 
..•{ John Anderson, 
5 Ruftis Mclntire, 
g Samuel Butman, 
iJatnes W.Ripley, 



>r««s Aroni Mlopti«n ut Constlta* 
ion, IStlO. 



PoUtfct, 
Rep. 
Fed. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Ted. 

Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Fed. 
Fed. 
Fed. 
Rep. 

Rep. 
Rep. 
Fed. 
Rep. 
Fed. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 

Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Fed. 
Rep. 



RaddenM. 
Bangor, 
Portland, 
Portland, 
Paris, 
Lewiston, 
Phipsburg, 
Winslow, 
Kennebunk, 

Winslow, 

Lewiston, 

Paris, 

So. Berwick, 

Skowhegan, 

Portland, 

Machias, 

Hallowell, 

Lewiston, 

Skowhegan, 

Machias. 

So. Berwick, 

Portland, 

Paris, 

Fryeburg, 

Machias, 

Bath, 

Hallowell, 

Portland, 

Parsonsfield, 

Dixmont, 

F^reburg, 



Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Farmer. 

Merchant. 

Physician. 

Lawyer. 

Physician. 

Farmer, 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Farmer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 



Digitized 




102 



AKvxjAii Hftai^nift of m AmriB. 



t 



jf^ 



IJ. F. Wlngate. 
James W. Ripley (fs.), 
C. Holland (f. y.), 
John Anderson, 
RufUs Mclntire, 
Jeremiah O'Brien^ 
George Evans, 
Samuel Butman, 
Qeorge Evans, 
Leonard Jarvis, 
James Bates, 
Cornelius Holland, 
John Anderson, 
Edward Kavanagh, 
RuAis Molntire, 
Leonard Jarvis, 
G^rge Erans, 
Edward Kavanagh, 
Joseph Hall, 
F. O. J. Smith, 
Gorham Parlu, 
Ruftts Mclntiror 
Moses Mason, 
Leonard Jarvls, 
George Evans, 
Joseph Hall, 
John Fairfield, 
Jeremiah Bailey, 
F. O. J. Smith, 
Gorham Parks, 
Moses Mason, 
John Fairfield, 
F. O. J. Smith, 
George Evans, 
Thomas Davee, 
H. J. Anderson, 
Jos. G. Noyes, 
Timothy J. Carter (d.), 
Virgfl D. Parris (f. v.), 
Jonathan Cilley (d.^, 
Edward Robinson (f. v.), 
€leorge Evans, 
Thomas Davee, 
H. J. Anderson, 
Albert Smith. 
BeAJ. Randall, 
Virgil D. Parris, 
Natlian Clifibrd. 
Joshua A. Lowell, 
Beui. Randall. 
Nathan Clifibrd, 
George Evans (rs.). 
David Bronson (f. v.), 
Elisha H. Allen, 
W. P. Fessenden, 
Nathaniel S. Littlefield, 
Joshua A. Lowell, 
Alfr«d Marshall, 



Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Nat'l Rep. 
Nat'l Rep. 
Nat'l Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem.. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 
Dem. Rep. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Whig, 

Whig, 

Whig. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 



Bath, 

Fryeburg, 

Canton, 

Portland, 

Parsonsfield, 

Machias, 

Gardiner, 

Dixmont, 

Gardiner, 

Ellsworth, 

Norridgewook, 

Canton, 

Portland, 

Newcastle. 

Parsonsfield, 

Ellsworth, 

Gardiner, 

Newcastle, 

Camden, 

Portland, 

Bangor, 

Parsonsfield, 

Bethel, 

Ellsworth, 

Gardiner, 

Camden, 

Saco, 

Wiscasset, 

Portland, 

Bangor, 

Bethel, 

Saco, 

Portland, 

Gardiner, 

Blanchard, 

Belfast, 

Eastport, 

Paris, 

Paris. 

Thomaston, 

Thomas ton, 

Gardiner, 

Blanchard, 

Belfast, 

Portland, 

Bath. 

Buckfield, 

Newfield, 

Machias, 

Bath, 

Newfield, 

Gardiner, 

Anson, 

Bangor. 

Portland, 

Bridgton, 

Machias, 

China, 



Merchant. 

Merchant. 

Physician. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Farmer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Physician. 

PhysiolaH. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyerr 

Physician. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Physician. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Merchant. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

La^er. 

Herohttit. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



BMMtiSMHtTA.Tt VBfi TO OOKCFBltlBS. 



M 



i 



i 



P.H.Mor8e. 


^; 


^ar 


Printer. 
Merchant. 


Robert P Dunlap, 


DemT 


Brunswick, 


Lawyer. 


HaBnibal Hamlin, 


Dem. 


Hampden, 


Lawyer. 


Joslraa Herriok, 


Dem. 




Farmer. 


SbmardCarj. 


Dem. 


Houlton. 


Merchant. 


Dem. 


Montville. 


Farmer. 


fHezekUhWiUiamg, 


Dem. 


Castine, 


Lawyer. 

Printer. 


Lnttser Seyeranoe, 


Whig, 


Augusta, 


J. F. Scammon, 


Dem. 


Saco, 


Merchant. 


Cullen Sawtelle. 


Dem. 


Norrit^woek, 


Lawyer. 


Bobert P. Dunlap, 


Dem. 




Lawyer. 


Hannibal Hamlin, 


Dem. 


Bangor, 


Lawyer. 


(j.D.McOrate, 


Dem. 


Wiscasset, 


Lawyer. 


fjames S.Wiley. 


Dem. 


DoTer, 


Lawyer. 


B. K. Smart, 


Dem. 


Camden, 


Lawyer. 


Franklin Clark, 


Dem. 


Wiseasset, 


Merchant. 


A. W. H. Clapp, 


Dem. 


Portland. 


Merchant. 


Hiram Belcher. 


Whig, 


Farmington, 


Lawyer. 


David Hammons, 


Dem. 


Lovell, 


Lawyer. 


. Hezekiah WiUiama, 


Dem. 


Castine, 


Merchant. 


r Cullen SawteUe. 


Dem. 


Norridgewook, 


Lawyer. 


John Otis, 


Whig, 


HaUo^, 


Lawyer. 


Chaa. Stetson, 


Dem. 


asss? 


Lawyer. 


Thomas J. D.Faller. 


Dem. 


Lawyer. 




Whig, 


Paris, 


Lawyer. 


Elbridge Gerry. 


DemT 


Waterford, 


Lawyer. 


Dem. 


Bridgton, 


Lawyer. 



i 



§ 



ss 



Israel Washburn, Jr., 
£. K. Smart. 
Z Moses McDonald, 
^ Chas. Andrews (d.), 
Isaac Beed (f. v.), 
John Appleton, 
Thomas J. D. Fuller, 
Robert Goodenow, 

Moses McDonald, 
Israel Washburn, Jr., 
Samnel P. Benson, 
E. W. Parlgr, 
Thomas J. D. Fuller, 
Samuel MayaU, 

. f Israel Washburn, jir., 
S . Samuel P. Benson, 
^ John M. Wood. 

§"' Thomas J. D. Fuller, 
Ebenezer Knowlton, 
.John J. Perry, 

. f John M. Wood, 
^ I Israel Washburn, |r^ 
gjF.H.Mor8e, 
^1 Nehemiah Abbott, 
g I Step^n C. Foster, 
«ietai8.J.Gilman, 



Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Dem. 

Whig, 

Whig. 
Dem. 
Dem. 

Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Dem. 
Rep. 
Rep. 

Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 



Orono. 

Camden, 

Limerick, 

Paris, 

Waldoboro% 

Portland, 

Calais, 

Farmiogton, 

Limeridc, 

Orono, 

Winthrop, 

Newcastle, 

Calais. 

Gray, 

Orono, 

Winthrop, 

Portland, 

Calais, 

Montville; 

Oxford, 

Portland, 

Orono, 

Bath, 

Belfast, 

Pembroke, 

Brunswick, 



Lwiryer. 
Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Manufkct'r. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Contractor. 

Lawyer. 

Clergyman. 

Lawyer. 

Contractor 

Lawrer. 

Mechanic. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



104 



AITNITAL BBQISTBB OF MAINS. 



Israel Washbnrn, jr. (re.). Rep. Orono, 

Elected, 1860, Governor of Sate. 
Stephen Coburn (f. t.), Rep. Skowhegan, 



D. E. Somes, 
John J. Perr^, 
Stephen G. Foster, 
F. H. Morse, 
Ezra B. French, 



Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 



Biddeford, 

Oxford, 

Pembroke, 

Bath, 

Damariscotta, 



John H. Rice, Rep. Foxcroft, 

Frederick A. Pike, Rep. Calais, 

Chas. W. Walton (ra.X Rep. Auburn, 

Appointed Judge of S. J, CJonrt. 

T. A. D. Fessenden (f. v.), Rep. Auburn, 

S. C. Fessenden. Rep. Rockland, 

John N. Goodwin, R^. So. Berwick, 

Anson F. Moirrill* Rep. Readfield, 



James G. Blaine, Rep 

Sidney Perham, Rep. 

. Fred. A. Pike, Rep. 

5 John H. Rice, Rep. 

2S I L. D. M. Sweat, Dem. 

John Lynch, Rep. 

Sidney Perham, Rep. 

Fred. A. Pike, Rep. 

John H. Rice, Rep. 

James G. Blaine, Rep. 

►^ f Fred. A. Pike, Rep. 

S John Ai Petere, Rep. 

^^ 4 John Lynch, Rep. 

^ James G. Blaine, Rep. 

$ I Sidney Perham, Rep. 

Samuel P. Morrill, Rep. 

John A. Petere, Rep. 

James G. Blaine, Rep. 

Eugene Hale, Rep. 

John Lynch, Rep. 

•,-; f John Lynch, Rep. 

55 Wm. P. Frye, Rep. 

»"• - James G. Blaine, Rep. 

S John A. Petere, Rep. 

9 I Eugene Hale, Rep. 

John H. Burleigh, Rep. 

Wm. P. Frye, Rep. 

James G. Blaine, Rep. 

Samuel F. Hersey, Rep. 

Eugene Hale, Rep. 

John H. Burleigh, Rep. 

Wm. P. Frye, Rep. 

James G. Blaine, Rep. 
Appointed V. S. Senator, 

Edwin Flye (f. v.), Rep. 

Samuel F. Hersey, Rep. 
Died 1875. 

Harris M. Plaisted (f. v.) Rep. 

Eugene Hale, Rep. 



1876. 



Augusta, 

Paris, 

Calais, 

Foxcroft, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Paris, 

Calais, 

Foxcroft, 

Augusta, 

Calais, 

Bangor, 

Portland, 

Augusta, 

Paris, 

Farmington, 

Bangor, 

Augusta, 

Ellsworth, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Lewiston, 

Augusta, 

Bangor, 

Ellsworth, 

South Berwick, 

Lewiston, 

Augutsa, 

Bangor, 

Ellsworth, 

South Berwick, 

Lewiston, 

Augusta, 

New Castle, 
Bangor, 

Bangor. 
Ellsworth, 



Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Manufact'r. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Lawyer. 
Manufact'r. 

Editor. 

Teacher. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Teacher. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Editor. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant 

Editor. 

Teacher. 

Clergyman. 

Lawyer. 

Editor. 

Lawyer. 

Merchant. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Editor. 

Lawyer. 

Lawyer. 

Manufact'r. 

Lawyer. 

Editor. 

Merchant. 

Lawyer. 

Manufoct'r. 

Lawyer. 

Editor. 

Ship-builder. 
Merchant. 

Lawyer, 
Lawyer. 



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106 



Thomas B. Reed, 
William P. Frye, 
Stephen D. Lindsey, 
Llewellyn Powers, 
Eagene Hale, 

Thomas B. Reed, 
WiUiam P. Frye, 
Stephen D. Lindsey, 
George W. Ladd, Dem. & 
Thompson H. March, 
Thomas B. Reed, 
Nelson Dingley jr., 
Stephen D. Lindsey, 
George W. Ladd, 
Thompson H. March, 

^ag f Thomas B. Reed, 



* j Nelson Dingley jr. 
iSlf'o 1 Chas. A. Boutelfe 
^isS lSethL.Mimken, 



Rep. 


Portland, 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 


Lewiston, 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 


Norridgewook, 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 


HotUton, 
Ellsworth, 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 


Portland, 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 


Lewiston, 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 
&Nal.G.B. 


Norridgewook, 


lawyer. 


Bangor, 


Merchant. 


Nat. G. B. 


Rockland, 


Stonecatter. 


Rep. 


Portland, 


Lawyer. 


Rep. 


Lewiston, 


Editor. 


Na?.* G. B. 


Norridgewook, 


Lawyer. 


Bangor, 


Merchant. 


Nat. G. B. 


RockUnd, 


Stonecutter. 


Rep. 


Portland, 


Lawyer. 


r.,Rep. 


Lewiston, 


Editor. 


5, Rep. 


Bangor, 
Bel^t, 


Editor. 


Rep. 


Lawyer. 



OITBBRNATORIAI. TOTB. 



1820. 

Election f6r ^8 year only, first Monday 

in April. 

Wholevote 22,014 

William King, Bep 21,083 

Scattering 1,081 

1821. 

Whole Tote 24,888 

Albion K. Parris, Rep 12.887 

Joshua Wingate, jr., i?ep 8,879 

Eaekiel WhUman, Fed 6,811 

Scattering 811 

1822. 

Whole TOte 22,180 

Albion K. Parris, Rep 16,476 

Ezekiel Whitman, F%d 5,795 

Joshua Wingate, jr., Rep 755 

Scattering 164 

1828. 

Whole vote 19,400 

Albion K. Parris, Rep 18,550 

Scattering 850 

1824. 

Whole vote 20,439 

Albion K. Parris, Rep 19,779 

Scattering 660 



1825. 

Wholevote 15,262 

Albion K. Parris, Rep 14,206 

Scattering 1,406 

1826. 

Whole vote 21,068 

Enoch Lincoln, Rep 20,689 

Scattering 874 

Mr. Lincoln, at the time of the 
election, was the popular represen- 
tative in Congress from the Oxford 
District, and was but thirty-seven 
years old. His administration was 
verv acceptable, and he was twice 
reelected without opposition. He 
died while holding the office, in 1829. 

1827. 

Wholevote 20,468 

Enoch Lincoln, Rep 19,969 

Scattering 489 

♦1828. 

Whole vote 28.109 

Enoch Lincoln, Rep. 25,746 

Scattering c 246 



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1829. 

Whole rote. .46,551 

Jona. G. Htinton, Nat. Rep. .28,315 
Samael E. Smith, Dem. Rep. .22,991 

Scattering 245 

Mr. Hunton was at the time of his 
nomiaation a member of the Execu- 
tive Council. He was a National 
Bepublican, and came into ofSoe 
during the political excitement 
growing out of the previous cam- 
paign on the presidential election, 
when Gen. .Jackson Was elected 
over J. Q. Adams. Gov. Hunton 
died in 1851, aged 70. 

1880. * • 

Whole vote 68,092 

Samtfel E. Smith, Dem. Rep. .80,215 
Jona. G. Hunton, Nat. Rep. .28,639 

Scatteriug 288 

Judge Smith was the Democratic 
candidate. He was a man of ability 
and popular manners. The Demo- 
cratic party now acquired a decided 
ascendency, which it maintained 
until 1858, except '87 and '40. 

1881. 

Whole vote 50,219 

Samuel E. Smith, Dem. Rep. .28.292 
Daniel GoodenoW, Nat. i2^.. 21,821 
gteattering.. 108 

1882. 

Whole vote 60,597 

Samuel E. Smith, Dem. Rep. .8 ',987 
I>aniel Goodenow, Nat. Rep. .27^651 

Moses Carleton 868 

Scattering 90 

1888. 

Whole vote .40^2 

Robert P. Dunlap, Dem. .... .25,781 

Daniel Goodenow, Whtg. . . . .18.112 

Samuel E. Smith, Dis. Dem.. . 8.024 
Thomas A. HiU, AiUi-Mai<m.. 2,884 
Scattering 101 

1884. 

Whole vote 78,081 

Robert P. Dunlap, Dem .88,188 

Peleg Sprague, Whig 88,782 

Thomas A.Hill,^n/!-3faMm. . 1,076 
Scattering 90 

1885. 

Whole vote 62,688 

Robert P. Dunlap, Dem. 45,208 

William King, Whig 16,860 

Scattering 61& 



1886. 

Whole vote 54,688 

Robert P. Dunlap, Dem. . . . .81,887 

Edward Kent, Whig ^,708 

Scattering 148 

1887. 

Whole vote 68,528 

Edward Kent, Whiffy 84,868 

Gorham Parks, Dem 88,879 

Scattering 286 

1888. 

Whole vote 89,699 

John Fairfi6ld. Dem 46,2 1 6 

Edward Kent, Whig 42,897 

Scattering 486 

1889. 

Whole vote 75,995 

John Fairfield, Dem .41,088 

Edward Kent, Whig 84,749 

Scattering 208 

1840. 

Whole vote .* 91,179 

Edward Kent, Whig 45,574 

John Fairfield, Dem 45,507 

Scattering 98 

1841. 

Whole vote 86,158 

John Fairfield, Z>em 47,854 

Edward Kent, Whia .86,7Q0 

Jeremiah Curtis, Liberty 1,6(32 

Scattering 847 

After the Presidential election of 
1849, the Abolition, or LU)ertp laaif^ 
began to develop in opposition to 
the old parties. 

1842. 

Whole vote 71,780 

John Fairfield, Dem 40.866 

Edward Robinson. Whig. . , . .26^746 

James Apuleton, Liberty 4,080 

Scattering 100 

John FiUrfleld resigned March 7, 
1848, to accept the position of U. S. 
Senator, made vacant by resignation 
of Reuel Williams; whereui>on Ed- 
ward Kavanagh, President of Sen- 
ate, was acting Governor for re* 
mainder of term. 

1848. 

Whole vote 68,189 

H. J. Anderson, Dem .82^039 

Edward Robinson, Whig 20.978 

James Appleton, Liberty 6>746 

Edward Kavanagh, Dem 8,221 

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1844. 

Whole rote 96.868 

H. J. Anderson, Dem 48.942 

Bdward Robinson. JFJUg 88^1 

James Appleton, Liberty 6,246 

Scattering 166 

. By order of Legislature, approyed 
March 19, '44, and ratified in the fol- 
lowing September by the people, 
. the politicalyear Was made to b^n 
on the 2d Wednesday of May, In- 
stead of the Ist Wednesday of Jan., 
•s he^tofore, and the State ofBcers 
elected in '44 word to hold their offi- 
ces firom 1st Wed. in Jan., '46, to Sd 
Wed. of Mar, '46. 

1845. 

Whole vote 67.406 

H. J. Anderson, Z3«M 84.711 

Freeman H. Morse» Whig. . . .26^841 
6amuelFes8enden,Zi&er^... 6,867 
Scattering 486 

1846. 

Whole vote ....76,664 

John W. Dana, Dem,. ....... .86,081 

I>avid Bronson. Whio .29.667 

Samnel Fessenden, lAberty. . . 9,898 
Scattering 678 

1847. 

Whole Yote. 66,802 

John W. Dana, Dem 88.429 

David Bronson, WlUq 24.246 

Samuel Fessenden, Ltoerty. . . . 7,862 
Scattoring.... 276 

1848. 

Whole rote 82,277 

John W. Dana, Dem 89,760 

El^ah L. Hamlin, mUg 29,927 

Samuel Fessenden, Libertp. . .12,087 
Scattering 668 

At this time the Free Soil party 
Iras formed. 

1849. 

Whole vote 78,781 

John Hubbard, I^em 87,686 

Sijah I>. Hamlin, WMg 28,066 

Geo. F, Talbot. I've* SoU 7,987 

Scattering 102 

1860. 

Whf^vote 80,665 

John Hubbard, Dem 41,208 

WilUam G. Crosby, Whig. . . .82 120 
Geo. F. Talbot^ JVetf^oi/..... 7,267 
tMttering. f?6 



1861. 
John Hubbard,— Cknr. 

By an amendment in the Const!* 
tution, the commencement of the 
political year was restored to its orig- 
inal time of commencement, viz. — 
the Ist Wednesday of Jan., and the 
State government was by an act 
of the Legislature continued over 
without an election in 1860. 

186^. 

Wholevote ^TSI 

John Hubbard, Dem 41,999 

WilUam a. Crosby, Whig, . . .29,127 
Anson Q. Chandler, AfWh 

Maine Law 21,774 

EzeUel Hohnes, Free SoU. . . . 1,617 
Scattering 190 

1868. 

Wholevote 88,627 

Albert Flllsbury, Dem 86,886 

WUliam G. Crosby, Whig. . . .27,061 
Anson P. Morrill, Me. Law. .11,027 
Exeldel Holmes, Free SoU. . . . 8,996 
Scattering 167 

1864. 

Whole vote 90,688 

Anson P. Morrill, Maine Law 

and Know Nothing 44,666 

Albion K. Parris, Z>m 28 4^ 

Isaac Beed, Whig 14,001 

ShepardCary,o29posi^ttm2>em. 8,478 

Scattering 127 

At this time a party styled the 
Know-Nothing, or American, 8ud« 
denly developed itself by secret or- 
ganization, and existed two years. 

1866. 

Whole vote 110,477 

Anson P. Morrill, Rep 61,441 

Samuel Wells, Dem 48,841 

Isaac Reed, Whig 10,6'0 

Scattering 81 

1856. 

Wholevote 119,814 

Hannibal Hamlin, Hep 69,674 

Samuel Wells, Dem 48,628 

George F. Patten, Whig 6,664 

Scattering 58 

In the Presidential election of 
1856. the Whig, Frte Soil, and 
American parti^ were lai^ely aban- 
doned, and a new party was fbrmed 
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organizations, together with many 
from the Democratic party, called 
the Republican party, in opposition 
to the Democratic party. This par- 
ty commenced somewhat earlier in 
this StAte. 

Hannibal Hamlin resigned Feb. 
25, '67, to accept Senatorship to 
which he had been elected, and Jos. 
H. Williams, President of Senate, 
acted for remainder of year. 

1857. 

Whole vote 97,878 

Lot M. Morrill, Rep 54,656 

Manassah H. Smith, Dem 42,968 

Scattering 255 

1868. 

Wh ole YOte 1 1 2, 898 

Lot M. Morrill. Rep 60,880 

Manassab H. Smith, Dem. . . . 52,440 
Scattering 78 

1859. 

Whole YOte 102.652 

Lot M. Morrill, Rep 67.280 

Manassah H. Smith, Dem 46,387 

Scattering 85 

1860. 

Whole vote 124,186 

Israel Washburn, jr., Rep 70.030 

E. K. Smart, De^n 62.350 

Fhineas Barnes, Whig 1,735 

Scattering 20 

1861. 

Whole vote 100,608 

Israel Washburn, jr.. Rep. . . . 58,689 
C. D. Jameson, War Dein. . . 21.936 

John W. Dana, Dem 19,801 

Scattering 78 

1862. 

Whole vote 81,718 

Abner Gobum, Rep 42,744 

Bion Bradbury, Dem 82,108 

CD. Jameson, War Dem. . . . 6,764 
Scattering 102 

1863. 

Whole vote 119,042 

Samuel Cony, Rep 68,339 

Bion Bradbury, Dem 60,676 

Scattering 81 

1864. 

Whole vote 111,986 

Samuel Cony, Rep 66,588 

Joseph Howard, Dem 46,408 



1865. 

Whole vote 86,078 

Samuel Cony, Rep 54.430 

Joseph Howard, Dem 31,609 

Scattering 84 

1866. 

Whole vote 111,892 

Joshua L. Chamberlain, i2ep. 69.637 

Eben F. Pillsbury, Dem 41,947 

Scattering 308 

1867. 

Wholevote 103,768 

Joshua L. Chamberlain, i2ep. 57,382 

Eben F. Pillsbury, Dem 46,990 

Scattering 431 

1868. 

Whole vote 181 782 

Joshua L. Chamberlain, Rep. 76,528 

Eben F. Pillsbury, Dem 66,207 

Scattering 52 

1869. 

Whole vote / 96.082 

Joshua L. Chamberlain, Rep. .61.314 

Franklin Smith, IMm 39.038 

N. G. Hichbom. Tem 4,735 

1870. 

Wholevote 99,801 

Sidney Perham, Rep 54 019 

Charles W. Roberts, Dem 46,738 

Scattering 88 

1871. 

Whole vote 105,897 

Sidney Perham, Rep.. ..^... 58,285 

Chas. P. Kimball, Dem 47,578 

Scattering 84 

1872. 

Wholevote 127,266 

Sidney Perham, Rep 71,888 

Charles P. Kimball, Dem. . . . 55,348 
Scattering 36 

1878. 

Wholevote 80,968 

Nelson Dingley, jr., Rep 46,244 

Joseph Titcomb, Dem 82,924 

Jos. H. WUliams, lAb. Rep.. 2,160 
Scattering 625 

1874. 

Whole vote, 95,800 

Nelson Dingley, jr.. Rep 60,865 

Nelson Dingley 2,098 

Joseph Titcomb, Dem 41,898 

Scattering... 444 



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1876. 

"Whole vote 111.666 

Selden Connor, Eep 67,812 

Chas. W. Roberts, Dem 68,807 

Scattering 46 

The Greenback party made its 
first appearance in American pol- 
itics, with the nomination of Wm. 
Allen for goyemor of Ohio, by the 
Democratic State Conyention of 
1874, in opposition to Rutherford 
B. Hayes, upon a platform contain- 
ing a soft money claase. This party 
made its first appearance in Maine, 
with the introduction into the 
Democratic State Conyention of 
1876, by Solon Chase of Turner, of 
a resolution containing this Ohio 
clause. This resolution was re- 
fused a passage. Before the next 
campaign, Solon Chase established 
a Greenback newspaper, and a party 
was formed, which nominated Al- 
mon Gage, of Lewiston, as Goy- 
emor, who received 620 votes. 

1876. 

Whole vote 186,823 

Selden Connor, Itep 76,867 

John C. Talbot, 7>em 60,428 

Almon Gage, O. B 620 

Scattering 18 

1877. 

Whole vote 102,058 

Selden Connor, Rep 63,686 

Joseph H. WiUiams, I 7^,^ 42,247 
Joseph Williams, } ^^^•- 64 
H. C. Munson, \ n n 8,770 

Henry C. Munson, \ ^' ^" ' 1,621 
John C. Talbot, \ n,^ 736 

J.C.Talbot, *]^>^ 11 

Scattering 124 

1878. 

Whole vote 126,169 

Selden Connor, Bep 66,664 

Alonzo Garcelon, l)em 28,208 

Joseph L. Smith, Ifat. G. B. 41,871 
Scattering 86 

1879. 

Whole vote 188,806 

Daniel F. Davis, Rep 68,967 

Josaph L. Smith, NcU. G. B. 47,643 

Alonzo Garcelon, Dem 21,861 

Bion Bradbury, Dem. (not a 

candidate) 264 

.Scattering 81 



Although, In the election of 1879, 
separate candidates for governor 
were nominated and supported bv 
the Democratic and Greenback 
parties, yet these parties practically 
united iu nominating and support- 
ing " fusion " candidates for nearly 
all the subordinate offices in the 
8tate.and in the various counties and 
towns. By the certification of the 
Governor and Comicil, the House of 
Representatives was understood to 
stand, Republican, 61, Fusion, 78, 
with 12 vacancies, and the Senate, 
Republican, 11, Fusion, 20. By the 
api>earance in both bnmches of the 
legislature, of persons holding cer- 
tificates of election from the Gov- 
ernor and Council who, according 
to the subsequent opinions of the 
Supreme Court, dated severally 
January 8, 1880, January 16, 1880, 
and January 27, 1880, were not duly 
elected, by the non-certification by 
the Governor and Council of per- 
sons who appeared by the returns 
to be duly elected, according to the 
above decisions, and by the re- 
monstrance of the Republican mem- 
bers in both branches of the Legis- 
lature, no legal organization was 
effected until January 12. seven 
days after the constitution$u day of 
meeting. There being no election 
of governor by the people, Daniel 
F. Davis of Corintn, Rep., was 
elected by the Legislature. 
1880. 

Whole vote 147.802 

Harris M. Flaisted, FusUm. . 78,718 

Daniel F. Davis, Rep 73,644 

Joshua Nye, Tern 809 

William F. Joy, Prohib 124 

Harrison M. Flaisted 67 

Scattering 66 

The National Frohibition paii;y 
was organized atXhicago, Sept. 1, 
1869. A convention wa». held at 
Augusta, Sept. 1, 1876, and an efibrt 
made to organize in Maine, which 
was unsuccessful. June 1, 1880, a 
convention was held at Ellsworth 
and a permanent organization ef- 
fected. Wm. F. Joy was nominated 
for governor. Other temperance 
men lield a convention at Augusta, 
July 23, adjourned to Fortlana Aug. 
19, and there nominated J. K. €^ 
good for governor.. Upon his dec- 



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UiutticHi Joshua Nye was made the 
candidate. This orjtaniTation was 
discontinued after the September 
election. 

GOYEBNOB. In the campaign of 
1880, four inibematorial candidates 
were nominated, viz.: Harris M. 
Plaisted of Bangor, Greenback, by 
separate conventions of the Green- 
back and Democratic parties, held 
at Bangor, Jmie 1 ; Daniel F. Davis 
of Gormth, by the Republicans, at 
Augusta, June 23: Wuliam P. Joy 
of Ellsworth, by Prohibitionists, at 
Ellsworth, June 1 ; Joshua Nye of 
Augusta vice Joshua K. Osgood, de- 
clined, by other temperance men, 
at Portland, Aug. 19. 

County Offioebs. In all the 
counties except Knox, in which 
there were distinct Democratic 
nominations, and in Androscoggin, 
Cumberland, Hancock, and SagEuia- 
hoc, where nominations were made 
by Prohibitionists, Fusion candi- 
dates were nominated in opposition 
to the Republicans, but unsuccess- 
fully. The entire Republican ticket 
was elected in Androscoggin, Frank- 
lin, Hancock, Oxford, Sagadahoc, 
Piscataquis, Washington and York, 
also in Cumberland, with the ex- 
ception of a Fusion sheriff; in 
Kennebec, with the exception of 
a Fusi(m judge of probate. The 
entire Fusion ticket was elected 
in Aroosto<^, Lincoln, Penobscot, 
and Waldo. In Knox, a Repub- 
lican senator, judge of probate, 
commissioner, and sheriff, a Dem- 
ocratic clerk of courts, and Green- 
back register of probate, treasurer 
and attorney were elected. In Som- 
erset, a Republican senator and clerk 
of courts, and a Fusion senator, judge 
and register of probate, commis- 
sioners and treasurer were elected. 

CONOBESSMEN. In the first, sec- 
ond and fifth Congressional Dis- 
tricts, Prohibitionist nominations 
were made, but unsuccessfully; in 
all, Fusion nominations were made. 



successfully in the fourth and fifth, 
in opposition to the Republicans. 

PBESiDENTiAii Electobs wcre 
nominated by Republicans, Fusion- 
ists. Greenbacks and Prohibitionists, 

1882. 

Whole vote 188,478 

Frederick Robie, Rep. 72,481 

Harris M. Plaisted, :F\«um. . 68,921 

Solon Chase, Oreenback 1,3584 

Warren H. Vinton, Tnd. Rep. 260 
WiUiam T. Euslis, ProUb. . . 881 
Scattering.... 103 

1884 

Whole vote .* 142,107 

Frederick Robie, 1 78,818 
Votes incorrectly re- f «.„ . 

turned for NeUon [^^' 881 

Dingley jr., J 

John B. Redman, 1 y.^^ 58,508 

John D. Redman, J -^^^^ 461 

Hosea B. Eaton, \ n n 8,017 

H.B.Eaton, S^'^ 119 

William T. Eustis, Prohib.. . . 1,151 

W. F. Eaton, (?. jB 108 

Scattering 64 

1886. 

Whole vote 128,171 

Joseph R. Bodwell, ) p^ 68,850 
Joseph Bodwell, J ^^" ' ' 141 

Clark S. Edwards, Dem 56,289 

Aaron Clark, I nu.^fc,.|, 3,851 

Aaron B. Clark, ) ^o****- • • 17 
Scattering 23 

1888. 

Whole vote 145,884 

Edwin C. Burleigh. Rep 79,401 

William L. Putnam, Dem.., 61,848 
Volney B. Gushing, Prohib .. 3,109 
William H. Simmons, Labor 1,526 
Scattering 20 

1890. 

Whole vote 118,902 

Edwin C. Burleigh, Rep 64,259 

William P. Thompson, Dem. 45,360 

Aaron Clark, Prohib 2,981 

Isaac C. Clark, Labor 1,296 

Scattering 6 



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GOVERNMENT OF MAINE, 1891-92. 

[Corrected April 1, 1891.1 
GoYSBKos, EDWIN C. BURLEIGH, Augusta. 

Bftlftiy, tS,000. 

E. G. Stevens (salary $1,200), Chelsea, Private Secretary. 

Miss May E. Crosby, watenrille. Stenographer. 

Chablbs J. HousB (salary $500), Monson, Messenger to Oovemor and 

Council. 

OOUWCIL, WITH APPORTIONMENT. 

The following arrangement for Conncilor Districts, for the ten yeart 
ending 1892, was adopted by the Legislature of 1881-2: 

, 1 York, 1885, '86, '89, '90, »91, '92. I taq tp ni> a .tir^ra*r t ««<«•♦/.« 
* { Oxford, 1883, 1884, 1887, 1888. J ''^®* ^' Bbackbtt, Lhnington. 
2 Cumberland— One for each year. Marquis F. Kino, Portland. 

( Andro6C'gn,'88,'84,'87,'88.'9i,*92. ) 
8 5 Franklin, 1886, 1886. } Milton C. Wedgwood, Lewiston. 



4 



I Sagadahoc, 1889, 1890. 
' Kennebec, 1888, '4, '7, '8, '91, '2. I ni,A«»Ai«i^AT flw»a>» t**«i,««i^ 
Somerset, 1886, 1886, 1889, 1890. } Oramandal Smith, Litchfield 



Hancock, 1887, 1888, 1891, 1892. 
5 {Lincoln, 1886,1886. , 

Knox, 1883, 1884, 1889, 1890. > 
I Waldo, 1887, 1888. 
Penob. 1883, '4, '6, '6, '9, '90, '1, '2. 
Aroostook, 1888, 1884, 1889, 1890. 
Washington, 1887, '88, 1891, '92. 
Piscataquis, 1886, 1886. 



(Plains). 
Parker Spofs^rd, Bucksport. 

F. Marion Simpson, Carmel. 

Lemuel G. Downbs, Calfds. 



8AXABIB6 

•Nicholas Fessbnden.. . . Pt.Fairfleld Secretary of State. $1,600 

SuMWBR J. CHADBOURKB../>tarm<mt. . . .Deputy Sec. of State. 1,600 

•Geo. L. Bbal Norway . . . State Treasurer. 2,000 

Chas. E. LiTTLBFiELD..../2otfA;/an<l... Attorney-general. 1,00<> 

•Hbnby M. Spraoue Auburn Adjutant-general. 1,600 

•Nelson A. Luob VcisscUboro* . State Supt. Com. Schools. 1,500 

•Cyrus A. Packard Blanchard. . Land Agt. and Forest Com. 1,000 

•Joseph O. Smith ^<xni;AegKxn.. Insurance Commissioner. 1,600 

Charles Fletcher Storks Clerk, 600 

Geo. D. Bibbbe Buckfield,. . . Bank Examiner. 1,800 - 

Benjamin F. Harris Augusta — Supt. of Public Buildings. 1,200 

Leonard D. Caryer.. . . , Augusta State Librarian. 1,000 

Nelson Howard Lewiston . . . .State Liquor Com. 1 ,600 

•Nath'l S. Purinton Bowdoin.. . .Pension Clerk, 1,20$ 

•Samuel W. Matthews Caribou Com. I ndstl. and Labor Stat. 1,66$ 

L. R. Campbell BockUmd . . .Dep. Com. of Labor, 1,000 

Dayid N. Mortland Rockland... . ) 2,60$ 

Asa W. Wildes Skowhegan. \ Railroad Commiss'rs. 2,000 

RosooE L. Bowers Saco ) 2,000 

BeNJ. F. CHADBOURNE...i!)kId^or<2 .. ) 1,60$ 



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Frank Gilman Bangor S State Assessors, 1,60$ 

Otis Hayfobd Canton J 1,60$ 

Charles C. Hunt Augusta — Clerk to Supt. Com. Schools. 1,000 

Byron Boyd Bctr Harbor. Clerk to Sec. of State. 1,200 

Abel D. Russell Weld " <' " 1,000 

Joseph B. ALEZANDEB../ZtcAmoml... *' '* ** 1,000 

Charles B. Caldwell. ..Augusta.. . .Treasurer's Clerk. 1,600 

Lyman S. Fooler Hope *' " 1,000 

D.W.Emery ...Augusta.... " " 1,000 

•Official P. O. at Augusta. 180 



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QOYBBNMBNT OF MXnnC 131 

E. C. Fabbington Augusta. . . .Clerk to Railroad Commia'rs, 1,500 

SB^ri!"^lkiV-v.v;.-aT.i::::)com.ofFUherte,. {^ 

E. W. Gould Searaport. . Com. of Seashore Fisheries. 600 

Thomas Clabk Tremont .... Clerk to Adit. General. 1,000 

William Botd Bangor Keeper of State Arsenal. 60 

Samukl B. Kblsbt Portlamd . . . ) r'rt-,«,i-,jft„^-. ^» w«»k^, 

Chablbs M.BBIIX .Piyrtland ... I ^^JSd™i WatL?^ 

Cybus H. Fabley Portland ...) *°^ "°** Watert. 

Geoboe H. Bailey Portland . . . 

F. O. Bbal Bangor ( 

Thomas Daggett Foxcroft,. . . 

Hbnby T. Cummisos Portland . . . 

E0WABD H. Thompsoh... .Bidd^ord.. \ 

FBANK R. PABTBII>OE....^1<0««to ... 1 

John N. Stowb Old Town. . Agent Penobscot Indians. 90O 

Henby C. Monson Calais A^nt Passamaqaoddy *' 90O 

Mabk F. Wkntwobth. . .Kitteru } 

William H. Dbesseb. . ..Standtsh.. . . \ Inspectors of Prisons and Jalla. 

Hemby W. Claby Jefferson — ) 

Chablbs Staples jb. Portland.. . . ) t«-^.-- _- «**«*,k^*- 

William Flowebs Bangor J Imp rs of Steamboats. 

HiBAM P. Fabbow Belmont {East) " of Dams and Besorrolrt. 



State Board of Health. 

Established by Act of Legislatttre, Feb, 27, 2885, 
Bdwabd C. Jobdav, O.E., Portland, President. 

A. G. YouKG, M.D., Aagosta, Secretary and Registrar of VitcU Statistics, 
Fbanklin C. Robinson, Brunsw'k. I John O. Webstsb, m.d., Augusta. 
Oben a. Hobb, mj>., Lewiston. | Chas. D. Smith, m.i>., Portland. 

Hugh R. Chaplin, Bangor. 

8ta;te JBoard of A.grieulture, 

B. W. McELebn, Fryeburg, President. 
B. F. Bbioob, Auburn, Vice-President. 
Z. A. GiLBEBT, Nor^ Greene, Secretary. 

MEMBBBS of THB BOABD CHOSEN BY AGBIOULTUBAL SOCIETIES. 

Term expires in 1891. 

B. a. Bubb, Bangor. | C. E. Wheeleb, Chesterrllle. 
Thomas Daoobtt, Foxcroft. | A. L. Haines, Maple Grove. 

F. L. M ANSFisLi), Hope. 

Term expires t» 18S2. 
H. O. NiCKEBSON, Readfleld. I E. W. Stetson, Damarlscotta. 

•B. A. MooBB, Machiaq[>ort. | Fbeeman Atwood, Monroe. 

B. F. Bbioos, Auburn. 

Term euBpireBin 1893. 



T. S. Adams, Bowdoin. I W. H. Vinton, Gray. 

-. — ^ ^Fryeburg. | A. R Smu — "' ' 

B. F. Pease, Cornish. 



B. W. McKeen, Weet Fryeburg. | A. R Smiley, Skowhegan. 



Members from State College. 

X, C. FxBNALDy Oromo. Walteb BAUBNTiNBf Oremo.. 

•Deceased. 



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©TJLTE I1VSTITXJTI03V8. 

[Corrected April 1, 1891.1 

Znsane Mo8pitaZ.—A.ugu8ta, 

OFFIOBRS. 

Btoblow T. Sanborn, m.d., (salary, $2,000), Superintendent. 

H. B. Hill, m.d., (salary, $1000), Ist Assistant Superintendent. 

Gbo. D. Rowe, m.d., (salary, $860). 2d Assistant Superintendent, 

Mart C. Lowell, m.d. (salary, $850), 3d Assistant. 

P. H. S. Vaughan (salary, $500), 4th Assistant. 

Manning S. Campbell (salary, $1,200), Steward and Treasurer. 

Miss Alice Q-. Twitohbll (salary, $ tOO), Matron. 

John C. Sanford, Supervisor of Male Wards. 

Mrs. Annie D. McLean, Supervisor of Female Wards. 

Charlbs F. Perry, Hospital Clerk. 

Geobge R. C. Deane, Superintendent* s Clerk. 

Bev. J. M. Wyman (salary, $800), Chaplain. 

TRUSTBB8— SALARY, $2.00 PER DAY AND TRAVEL. 

Frederick Robib, Pres., Gorham. I Lyndon Oak, Garland. 
George E. Weeks, Aogusta. R. B. Shepherd, Skowhegan. 

Mrs. Emma J. Torsby, Kent's Hill. | Wm. H. HunT| Liberty. 

State JPrieon, — Thotnaaton, 

Samuel H. Allbn, (salary, $1,800), Warden. 
Ira B. Northby, Deputy Warden, 



State Befortn School,— Cape JSUzabeth. 

Regular meetings of the Board on the third Tuesday of February, May, 
August, and Noyember. 
Joseph R. Farrington ($1,000), Supt. 
E. P. Wentworth ($850), Assistant Supt. 
Arthur Merrill, Instru>ctor qf Mechanical School. 

trustees— SALARY, $2.00 PER DAY AND TRAVEL. 

Albion Little, Portland, Pres. I John J. Perry, Portland. 
Mark P. Emery, Portland, Treas. Henry Inoalls, Wiscasset. 
"W. W. Bolster, Auburn, Sec. \ 



Maine Industrial School for CHrls.^SallowelU 

Incorporated February 29^1872. Organized November 12, 1872. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS, 1891-92. 

Sidney Pbrham, Paris, President. 
Chas. B. Nash, Augusta, Secretary. 
Bliphalbt Rowbll, Hallowell, TreasxM-er. 

TRUSTBBS. 

H. K. Bakbb, Hallowell. I Moses Giddinos, Bangor. 

Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, Deering J. P. Baxter, Portland. 

(Stroudwater P. O.) I Mrs. S. G. Sargbnt, Augusta. 

Mrs. Sarah M. ware, Waterville. 
Ex-officio on the part of the State. 
The Governor, The Secretary of State, The State Supbbin- 

TBNDENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS. 



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STATE INSTITUTIONS. ISS 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Hbitbt K. Baker, Hallowell. Bliphalet Rowbll, Hallowell. 

Charles E. Nabh, Augusta. 

Bliphalet Rowell, Superintendent, 

OFFICERS OF SCHOOL NO. 1. 

(Opened Jan. 2, 1876). 
Miss Charlotte M. Brown, McUron. 
Miss Eliza F. Brown, Assistant Matron. 
Miss Maud B. Blaokman, Teacher. 

OFFICERS OF SCHOOL NO. 2. 

(Opened Jan. 13, 1886.) 
IkCiss Ellbn C. Roberts, Matron. 
Mrs. Kate L. Randall, Assistant Matron. 
. Miss Mattib B. Randall, Teacher. 



Military and Naval Orphan A8ylum,^Jtath» 

Incorporated Feb. 23, 1866. Opened Nov. 19, 1866. 
Skth T. Snipe, Bath, President. 
W. H. Watson, Bath, Secretary, 
H. A. Duncan, Bath, 7Vea8i«rer. 

TRUSTEES, APP. BT GOVERNOR. 

J. G. Richardson, Bath. | John D. Anderson, Togas. 

David R. Wylim, West Bath. | Gbeenlief T. Stevens, Angnsta. 

TRUSTEES APP. BY CORPORATION. 

8. T. Snips, Bath; H. A. Duncan, Bath; W. U. Wat80n» Bath. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

8. T. Snipe, Bath; W. U. Watson, Bath; J. G. Richardson, Bath. 

COMMITTEE ON RECEPTION AND DISPOSAL OF CHILDREN. 

J. G. Richardson, Bath. 

State Oollefte of Agriculture and the Mechanic Art»,—Orono» 

BstabUshed by Act of Congress, July 2, 1862. Accepted by State Legiator 
ture, March 26, 1863. 



TRUSTEES. 



RuTiLLUS Alden, Wlnthrop. 
Chas. p. Allen, Preaque Isle. 
Henry Lord, Bangor. 
G. J. Shaw, Hartland. 



R. B. Shepherd, Skowhegan, Pres. 
Arthur L. Moore, Waterville. 
Wm. T. Haines, Waterville. 
Bbnj. F. Bbioos, Anbum. 
Fred Atwood, Winterport. 

G. H. Hamlin. Or<mo, Treas. 

M. C. Fbrnald, a.m., ph. d., Orono, Pres. of Board qf Instruction. 

Commencement, Jtme 24, 1891. 

State Normal Schools* 

Trustees, appointed for three years. Salary, $2.00 per day, and traveU 

I. Warren Merrill, Farmlng'n. I Henry L. Chapman, Brunswick. 

LurHER G. Philbrook, Castine. | John A. Hinkley, Gorham. 

Oliver B. Clason, Gardiner. 

Ex-officio. 

The (Governor. The State Supt. of Common Schools. 

principals. 

JVirmin^/on— George C. Purington, Farmington. aw<iii€— Albert F. 

Richardson, Castine. Go}*/uim~William J. Corthell, Gorham. 

Madawaska Trairwrhg <SoAoo/— Yetal Cyr^ Fort Kent. 



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Qoy. EDWIN C. BURLEIGH, Augusta, Commander-in-Chi^. 

OOVEBNOR'S STAFF. 

Brig. Gen. Henbt M. SPRAauE, Adjutant, Quartermaster and Pay- 
master-General, Auburn. 
Brig. Gen. John Harper, Inspector-General, Lewiston. 
Col. Gborqe a. Philbrook, Commissary-General, Augusta. 
Col. Daniel A. Robinson, Surgeon-General, Bangor. 
Col. Charles P. Allen, Judge Advocate-General, Presque Isle. 
Col. Frederic E. Boothby, Asst. Quartermaster-General, Portland. 
Col. Edwin J. Cram, Inspector of Rifle Practice, Biddeford. 
Col. Frank D. Pullbn, Bangor, Aid-de-Camp. 

Aids-de-Camp, with rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. 



Milton H. French, Thomaston. 
Charles D. Clark, Portland. 
Geo. L. Thompson, Brunswick. 
Albert G. Blunt, Skowhegan. 
Horace £. McDonald, Belfast. 



Stanley Plummer, Skowhegan. 
Ezra C. Stevens, Chelsea. 
Charles A. Coffin, Harrington. 
Noel B. Potter, Lewiston. 



FIB8T BEGIMBNT, INFANTMY, M. F. M. 

FIELD AND STAFF. 

Lucius H. Kendall, Colonel, Biddeford. 

WiNFiELD S. Choatb, Lleutenant-Colonel, Augusta. 

Frederick H. Storah, Major, Auburn. 

Henry P. Frank, First Lieutenant and Adjutant, Portland. 

Frank B. Harris, First Lieutenant and Quartermaster, Portland. 

Frank S. Warren, Major and Surgeon, Biddeford. 

B. F. Bradbury, First Lieut, and Asst. Surgeon, Norway, 

non-commissioned STAFF. 

James C. Boyd, Sergeant-Major. Porthind. 
William H. Murch, Quartermaster Sergeant. Portland. 
JosiAH E. Burleigh, Commissary Sergeant. Auburn. 
Joseph F. Young, Hospital Steward, Augusta. 
Geo. W. Butler, Principal Musician, Portland. 
Reeve Brooks, Principal Musician, So. Portland. 

(Portland JAght Infantry), Co, A» 

Vacant Captain, Portland. 

Ralph H. Baton 1st Lieutenant " 

Wm. F. Senderquest 2d Lieutenant ** 

(Portland Cadets). Co, B, 

Isaiah H. Baker Captain 

cFrank W.York 1st Lieutenant 

Charles Collins x 2d Lieutenant 

(Auburn JAght Infantry), Co, C. 

B. Fred Bisbee Captain 

Lincoln H. Barney 1st Lieutenant 

Wm. H. Barney 2d Lieutenant 



.Portland. 



. Auburn. 



(Norway JAght Infantry), Co. I>, 

Geo. T. Crockett Captain 

' Harry L. Hall .Ist Lieutenant 

Harry F. ^.mes 2d Lieutenant 



.Norway. 
. . Paris. 
, .Norway. 



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(Portland Montgotnery Ommrd*), Co, XS, 

Timothy E. Hartnett Captain «•. . . . .Portkind. 

John J. Hankhard Ist Lieutenant ** 

Thomas J. Ho£^ 2d Lieutenant ** 

(CapUml Ouardt, Auipu^im), Co* jv*« 

Sdwmrd H. Ballard Captain Angiuta. 

Vacant Igt Lieutenant ** 

Jaa. A. Fairhanks 2d Lieutenant « * 

{Biddeford Zight Inf^iU>ry), Co. B, 

Geo. W. Brrant Captain Biddeford. 

Timothy Elliott Ist Lieutenant «• 

JohnM.AkerIy 2dLieutenant " 

(Tilhon Zight Infantry), Mochland, Co. M, 

Chas. E. Toung Captain Rockland. 

Edward K. Gould Ist Lieutenant «* 

Chas. C. Tibbetts , 2d Lieutenant " 

€h«n Company, 

Michael J, Moriarty Ist Lieutenant Lewiston^ 

James L. Moriarty 2d Lieutenant. " 



aMCOIin> MJSGIMBITT, INFulNTItT, M. V, M, 

FIBLD AND STAFF. 

YiOTOB Brett, Colonel, Bangor. 

WiLMBR F. Harding, LieutenantColonel, Bangor. 

WiLBERT W. Emb&son, Major, Hampden. 

Frank A. Robinson, 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant, Bangor. 

Olin B. Bridge, 1st Lieut, and Quartermaster, Oldtown. 

Wilbur A. Bumps, Major and Surgeon, Dexter. 

Ebnbst W. Russell. 1st Lieut, and ABsistant Sui^eon, Lewiston. 

NON-COMMISSIONED STAFF. 

8EWALL A. Brown, Sergeant-Mi^or, Bangor. 

WiLLARD L. Bragg, Quartermaster- Sergeant, Bangor. 

Geo. O. Hall, Commissary-Sergeant, Bangor. 

F. L. Adams, Hospital Steward, Bangor. 

Frbd E. Maxfield, Principal Musician, Bangor. 

B. H. Jackson, Principal Musician, Lewiston. 

iCroBby €hiard»), Co* A* 

Alva A. Pomroy Captain .Hampden. 

Charles A. Nason 1st Lieutenant << 

Martin K. Pomroy 2d Lieutenant. ** 

{JPrye Zight Guards, Zewiston), Co, B, 

Frank L. Hoyt Captain Lewiston. 

Edwin F. Smith Ist Lieutenant " 

Charles E. Hanseomb 2d Lientenant « 

{Hyde Zight Guards), Co, C, 

Charles F. Nealey Captain Bath. 

W. E. Besan 1st Lieutenant " 

James B.Hill jr. 2d Lieutenant « 



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{Nealey Mifles), Co, Z>. 

WalteJr A. Goas Captain 

James A. 3«ott 1st Lieutenant., 

Abram W. Garcelon 2d Lieutenant . . 



.Lewi8t(Mi. 



{Skotcfiegan Idght Infafktry), Co, E, 

Alonzo York Captain 

Charles S. Bellmore Ist Lieutenant 

Geo. S. Traak 2d Lieutenant 

(Houty Outtrds), Dover, Co, F, 

"William T. Pollard Captain 

Alton J. Towns IstJLieutenant , 

Charles W. Bradley 2d Lieutenant 

iSatnlin Itifles), Bangor 9 Co, G. 

Langdon S. Chllcott Captain 

Jas, E. MitchoU Ist Lieutenant 

Frank E. POttle 2d Lieutenant 



.Skowhegao. 



.Foxcroft. 
. . Dover. 



, .Banco 



(Watervilhi Light Infantry), Co. S, 

Albert T. Shurtleff. Captain Window. 

Charleis Dingley 1st Lieutenant Wateryille. 

Jedia'h E. Morrill 2d Lieutenant " 

UNATTACHED INFANTMT, 
Fron.tier Chtarda, Eastporty M, V, M, 

Edward E. Liyermore Captain Eastport. 

"William S. Hume Ist Lieutenant ♦' 

IHivis T. Loring 2d Lieutenant « 



JtESEBVED MILITIA, 
Yarmouth JRifles, 

Herbert A. Merrill Captain , 

Joseph A. Chase Ist Lieutenant. . 

Frauk W. Russell 2d Lieutenant.., 

Sheridan Bi/les, Portland, 

Michael E. Conley Captain 

Stephen L. Foley .Ist Lieutenant . . . 

Maurice C. Sheehan 2d Lieutenant... 



. TarmouthTille. 



.Portland. 



INSTITUTIONS OF A PUBIilC NATURB. 

[Corrected to April 1, 1891.] 



Maine General XEospital,— Portland, 

Opened October, 1874. 

OFFICERS. 

William L. Putnam, Portland, President. 

Fbanklin R. Babbbtt, Portland, Secretary and Treasurer. 



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INSTITUTIONS OP A PUBLIC NATUBB. 187 

DIRECTORS. 

Nathan Webb, Portland, President, 

Sidney W. Thaxter, " 
•A. W. H. Clapp, " 

Horatio N. Jose, " 

William W. Thomas, " 

Joseph W. Symonds, " 

Gko. E. B. Jaoksom, Portland, 

Wm. B. Lapham, M.D., Augusta, 
, Wm. Osgood, m.d.. North Yarmouth, 

Charles O. Hunt, m.d., Portland, lieaident Phyiicianand SypL 

Mrs. L. W. Warren, Matron. 

Miss Emma L. Stowe, Supt. of Nurses, 

VlSrriNO PHYSICIANS. 

Israel T. Dana, Portland. I Augustus 8. Thayer, Portland. 

Henry H. Hunt, Portland. | Charles A. Rimo, Porthuid. 

VISITING SURGEONS. 

Stephen H. Weeks, Portland. I Sbth C. Gordon, Portland. 
Frederio H. Gkrrish, Portland. | Lewis W. Pendleton, Portland. 

adjunct surgeons. 
Alfred King, Portland. I John F. Thompson, Portland. 

Wm. Lawrence Dana, Portland. | George H. Cumminos, Portland. 

James A. Spalding, m.d., Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon, 

Addison S. Thayer, m.d., Pathologist. 

Maine Bye and JEar Infi,nnary,--'Portland. 

Opened April, 1886. Annual meetingrt l^t Monday in November. 

OFFICERS. 

*H. J. Libby, Portland, President. 
Payson Tucker, Portland, Vice President, 
Albion Little, " " 

A. A. Montgomery, Portland, Secretary, 
Geo. P. French, Portland, Treasurer. 

TRUSTEES. 

M. P. Frank, President; C. F. Libby, F. E. Boothby, J. F. Liscorob 
Thos. P. Shaw, J. P. Baxter, Fred. N. Dow, L. M. Lovejoy, W. H. Looney, 
Chas. McCarthy, H. S. Osgood, Ira C. Stockbridce, ♦Ira F. Clark, Clar, 
ence Hale, H. H. Shaw, J. F. Kandall, Jas. F. Hawkes, Henry P. Cox- 
Chas. A. Cushing, Portland; £. B. Mallet, jr., Freeport. 

medical staff. 

consulting SURGEONS. 

S. H. Weeks, m.d., S. C. Gordon, m.d., J. A. Donovan, m.d., 
A. K. P. Mesbrve, m.d., E. M. Fuller, m.d. 

EXECUTIVE surgeon. 

E. E. Holt, m.d. 
ophthalmic and aural department. 
E. E. Holt, m.d., Attendiiig Surgeon. 
W. B. Moulton, m.d., " •• 

I. E. Kimball, m.d., Assistant Aural Surgeon. 
T. D. Sullivan, m.d., Assistant Opfhalmic Surgeon. 
N. M. Marshall, m.d., Clinical Assistant, 

department for nervous diseases. ^ 

Addison S. Thayer, m.d., Physician,, 

^Deceased. 



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138 ANNUAL BBaiSTBB OF MAINB. 

THROAT DBPABTMEKT. 

Irving B. Kimball, m.d., Surgeon. 
Addison S. Thayer. m.d., PathologUL 

Mrs. Hattie F. Coupland, Matron. 

JPortland School for the J>€af» 

Established 1876. 
Bllbn L. Barton, PrincipcU. 

Maine State Board of Trade, 

officers fob THE YEAR 1891. 

Henry Lord, Bangor, President. 

M. N. Rich, Portland, Secretary. 

Or, N. "Weymouth, Biddeford, Trecuurer, 
Vice-presidents— J. S. Win8low,Tortland; J. F. Goldthwaite, Bidde- 
ford; Frank Fobs, Saco; E. W. Gonant, Old Town; I^ wis Anderson, Skow- 
hemin; Thomas Couch, Bristol; William Rocers, Bath; O. E. Crowell, 
Oakland; Geo. E. Macomber, Augusta; C. I. Barker, Lewiston; M. C. 
Foster, Waterrille; Ara Cushman, Auburn; Wm C. Marshall, Belfast; 
C. E. Townsend, Brunswick; Frederick Newport, Poland. 
Annual meeting at Bangor Sept. 1891 . For local boards see town statistics. 



AGRICUI^TURAIi 80CIKTIKS. 



Maine State A.grieultural Society, 

OFFICERS FOB THB YEAR 1891. 

•RuFiTS Prince, South Turner, President. 
G. M. Twitohell, Fairfield, Secretary. 
E. G. Evkleth, Auburn, Treasurer. 

TRUSTEES. 

•Ruf us Prince, ex-offlciOy So. Turner. [ A. F. Gerald, Fairfield. 

Alonzo Liibby, Saccarappa. | Geo. O. Bailey, Belflist. 

Simon G. Jerrard, Levant. 
Annual Fair at Lewiston, Sept. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 1891. 

Maatem Maine State Fair, 
J. P. Bass, Bangor, President. B. H. Greely, Ellsworth, Vice-preS' 
K B. Neaxlby, Bangor, Treas. E. L. Sterns, Bangor, Secretary. 
Annual Exhibition at Bangor, Sept. 1, 2, 3, 1, 1891. 

Maine Slate PonMlogieal Society, 

OFFICERS FOfe THE YEAR 1891. 

Charles S. Pope, Manchester, President. 

S. H. Dawes, Harrison, ) i^.^ *v-.,-^^--,*. 

O. C. Nelson, New Gloucester, J ytce-prestaents, 

D. H. Knowlton, Farmington, Secretary. 

A. S. Ricker, Turner, Treasurer. 

executive committee. 
The President and Sec'y, exofficio. I A. E. Andrews, Gardiner. 
Henry W. Brown, Newburg. | J. W. True, New Gloucester. 

^Deceased. 



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AOBIOI7LTUHAL SOdVTIXS. 



lae 



I. T. Waterman, East Auburn, An- 

droecoggin. 
J. W. Dudley, Castle HUl, Aroost'k. 
8. R. Sweetser, Comberlaiid Center, 

Cumberland. 
M. C. Hobbs, Famdngton.Franklin. 
F. H. Moses, Bncksport, Hancock. 
A. E. Ijapham, Pittston, Kennebec. 
Slmas Hoflbes, Warren, Knox. 
&. J. A. Simmons, Waldoboro, Lin- 
coln. 



C. H. Oeorce, Hebron, Oxford. 
C. A. Arnold, Arnold, Penobscot. 
H. L. Leland, East SangerriUe, Pit> 

cataqnis. 
H. S. CaryjTopsham, Sagadaboc. 
James S. Hoxie, North Fairfleld> 

Somerset. 
Alonso Butler, Union, Waldo. 
L. S. Allen, Denny syille,.Wash'toii. 
B. F. Pease, Cornish, York. 



Main^ 8tat€ Jertey Cattle A99oeiatUm, 

Organized 1870; incorporated 1875 Place of business fixed at Winthrop. 
Annual meeting occurs the last Saturdaj in August. 

Z. A. G-ILBBBT, North G-reene, President. 

O. Gardner, Rockland, B. F Briggs, Auburn, Vice-presidentt, 

N. R. PiKB, Winthrqp, Secrektry and TVoeuwrer. 

N. R. Pike, P. H. Smell, Winthrop, D. W. Whitb, East Winthrop» 
Pedigree Committee. 

S. T. Flotd, Winthrop, W. C. Whitman, South Turner, J. E. Bbais- 
AMD, Bast Winthrop, Directort, 

State of Maine lAve Steele Aeeoeiation, 

J. H. KiifBALL. Bath. President, 
W. H. FOOQ, Bath, Secretory. 
Franklin Reed, Bath, Treaswer. 
GsOBOB H. Nichols, Bath, Superintendent. 



Maine Poultry Aeeoeiation, 
Wm. 6. Davis, Portland, President, 
Frkdbbiok Fox, Portland, Sec, and Tre«u. 



County and JDistriet AgrieuUural Societies. 

Androscoggin.^jy. P. Field, Auburn, President; B. G. Woodside, Lew- 
liton. Secretary. 

Androscoggin Valley— T. B. W. Stetson, Canton, President; H. T. Tir- 
roll. Canton, Secretary. 

Aroostook County.— &. W. Porter, Houlton, President; Ira J. Porter, 
Houlton, Secretary. 

North Aroostook.— G. M. Park, Presque Isle, President; R.J.Smith, 
Fresqve Isle, Secretanr. 

Cumberland,— W, H.Vinton, Gray, President; D. F. Whittier, Gor- 
hun. Secretary. 

Northern Cumberland.— HotaUo H. Cole, Harrison, President; Joseph 
8. Chaplin, Harrison, Secretary. 

Franklin County.— MeWen Hayes, Farmington, President; £. A. Hall, 
Chesterrille, Secretary. 

North i^ranfcWn.—T. B. Hunter, Strong, President; J. W. Butterfleld, 
Phillips, Secretary. 

North Knox.—S. N. Simmons, Appleton, President; F. E. Borkett, 
Union, Secretary. 



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140 ANNUAL begist|:b of mains. 

SagadaJioc— Thomas Skolfield, West Harpswell, President; W. S. Rog- 
ers, Topshao, Secretary. 

Kennebec— J, B. Lowe, Readfield, President; Geo. E. Coleman, Read- 
field, Secretary. 

North Kennebec— S. C. Watson, Oakland, President; F. F. Graves, 
Waterville, Secretary. 

South Kennebec— DtLvid Given, So. Windsor, President; F. H. Moores, 
Pittston, Secretary. 

Knox County.— T. C. Atwick, Oamden, President ; C.K. Miller, Camden, 
Secretary. 

Lincoln County .—Thoa. J. York, Damariscotta Mills, President; B. E. 
Dunbar, Damariscotta, Secretary. 

Oaiford County.— A. F. Andrews, Norway, President; A. C. T. King, 
South Paris, Secretaiy. 

West 03if(yrd.—C. H. Walker, Pryeburg, President; B. W. McKeen, 
Fryeburg, Secretary. 

Penobscot County.— J. W. Green, Bangor, President; Creorge /N. Hol- 
land, Hampden, Secretary. 

North Penobscot.-B. A. Reed, Springfield, President; Nathan Averill, 
Tjftft Secretarv 

West Penobscot.-S. W. L. Chase, Stetson, President; T. P. Batchelder, 
Kenduskeag, Secretary. 

Penobscot and ^roosfooA;.— Alfred Cushman, Sherman Mills, President; 
L. B. Rodgers, Patten, Secretary. 

Piscataquis Central.— A. M. Ayer, Dover, President ; D. E. Dinsmore^ 
Dover, Secretary. 

East Piscataquis.— JxA F. Hobbs, Milo, President; W. H. Snow, Milo, 
Secretary. 

Western Piscataquis. — J. D. Draper, Monson, President; J. F. Thombs, 
Howard, Secretary. 

Somerset Central.— H, B. Shepherd, Skowhegan, President; A. R. Smi- 
ley, Skowhegan, Secretary. 

East Somerset.— J . P. Longley, Palmyra, President; G. M. Lancey, 
Hartland, Secretary. 

West Somerset.— John M.Hilton, Anson, President; Ben j. Moore, North 
Anson, Secretary. 

Waldo.-D. A. Wadlin, Belfest, President; H. B. Ellis, Belfast, Sec'y. 

Waldo atui Penobscot.— Y. W. Richie, Monroe, President; E. N. Nealey, 
Monroe, Secretary. 

North Waldo.— Fred Conforth, Unity, President; J. H. Cook, Unity, 
Secretary. 

Washington.— IsYitiAn G. Smith, Pembroke, President; H. F. Porter, 
Pembroke, Secretary. 

Washinqton Central.-^. C. Talbot, East Machias, President; W. H. 
Phinney, Machias, Secretary. 

North Washington.— OsoBJr Pike, Princeton, President; W. R. Dresser, 
Princeton, Secretary. 

West Washington.— J&s. L. Bucknam, Columbia Falls, President; Eben 
F. Allen, Columbia Falls, Secretary. 

Buxton and Hollis.— Andrew L. Berry, Bar Mills, President; Ira W. 
Milliken, Hollis, Secretary. 

York County.— J. M. Deering, Saco, President; Asa L. Ricker, Bidde- 
ford, Secretar 

sine „ 

Cornish, Secretary. 



Ossipee Faf/ey.— Howard Brackett, Cornish, President; James C. Ayer, 



Acton and Shapleigh.— Aaron H. Brackett, Shapleigh, President; Hor- 
ace Bodwell, Acton, Secretary. 

HamsJiackle Park.—E. A. Goodwin, Woodman's, N. H., President; C. L. 
Wentworth, West Newfield, Secretary. 



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SENATE. 

Ghablbs F. Libby President Portland. 

Kjbndall M. Dunbar. . . .Secretary Damariscotta. 

EBNE3T H. Whbblbb. ...Assistant Secretary.. Gardiner. 

Chables H. liOVBjOY. . . .Messenger Sidney 

(Belgrade P.O.) 

Atwood W. Spauldino. Assistant Messenger. Caribou. 

Edwabd K. Millikbn. . .Reporter Portland. 

Geo. V. S. Michabus — Page Augusta. 

Edward F. Webb Page Portland. 

A. B T. Chadbournb. . . .Folder Pixmont(East). 

8. A. HOLDBK Mail Carrier. Tremont. 

Bepablicans, Boman. Domocrats, Italic. (*), denotes prevloas inember- 
sliip in same branch, (t), denotes preyious membership in the other 
branch. {%)» denotes prevloas membership in Council. 

Diitrlet. XntiUtd to. M«Bb«n. Vo. Af Bm*. 

1. York 3. . . tCharles H. Adams, Limerick 13 

t Joseph F. Warren, Buxton (West). . .A2 
John C. Stewart, York (Corner) 11 

2. Cumberland. . .4. . .*Charles F. Ldbby, Portland Pres, 

tEdmund B. Mallet jr., Freeport 19 

♦Leander A. Poor, Sebago (So. Bridg- 

tonP.O.) 17 

t Ed ward Moore, Deering 18 

3. Oxford 2 ... Waldo Pettengill, Rumford 25 

Loren B. Giles, Brownfield (East) 24 

4. Androscoggin.2 1 John Harper, Lewiston 8 

tJesse M. Libby, Poland (Mechanic 
Falls P. O.) 7 

5. Franklin 1. . . .tJoel Wilbur, Avon (Phillips P. O.).. . .20 

6. Sagadahoc....!.... Henry W. Swanton, Bath 10 

7. Kennebec. . .§ 2. . . . t Albert M. Spear, Gardiner 6 

♦William T. Haines, Waterville 6 

8. Somerset . . . . |H . . .♦tSylvester J. Walton, Skowhegan 9 

9. Piscataquis.. . .1. . . . Albert W. Chapin^ Monson 23 

10. Penobscot 3. . .*tErastu8 C. Ryder, Springfield 16 

t Benjamin B. Thatcher, Bangor 15 

tHenry W. Mayo, Hampden 14 

11. Lincoln l..*tt Andrew R. G. Smith, Whitefield 

(North) 30 

12. Knox 1 2 Nive7i C. Mehan, Thomaston 28 

^ Isaac W, Sherman J Camden 29 

13. Waldo 1 2. . . *tWilliam H. Hunt, Liberty 4 

J Daniel A . Wadlirif Northport 3 

14. Hancock 2. . . .fRobert L. Grindle, Mt. Desert 2 

tPascal P. Giimore, Dedham 1 

$ New apportionment, 8. || New apportionm't, 2. IT New apportionm't, 1. 



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142 ASmSAlj BSaiSTEB OF MAINB. 

16. Washington. . .2 tWilliam M. Nash, Cherryfleld 21 

John C. Rogers, Pembroke 22 

16. Aroostook 2.. . t James Nutting, Perham 27 

tFrederick A. Pqwers, Houlton 26 



HOUSE OF REPRBSENTATXYES. 

Andrew P. "Wiswell Speaker Ellsworth. 

William S. Cotton Clerk Lisbon (West 

Bowdoin P. O.) 

Fbbd a. HobarT Assistant Clerk Pembroke. 

William: J. Smith Messenger Augusta. 

Georoe H. Fisher 1st Asst. Messenger.. Winterp'rt(W.) 

Fred A. Stevens 2d Asst. Messenger. . Monroe. 

Walter I. Nbal Mail Carrier Liberty. 

L. H. Hammond Asst. Mail Carrier. . .Manchester. 

J. F. Frederick 1st Folder Starks. 

Chapin Lydston 2d Folder Lifchfield(Cor.) 

Silas S. Holbrook 3d Folder Harps'U (Bast). 

W. B. Perkins Reporter .Augusta. 

L. A. Burleigh Reporter Augusta. 

John P. Kblley Page Boothbay (No.) 

Ralph I. Morse Page Liberty. 

Rev. D. B. Randall Chaplain Portland. 

[First town in apportionment denotes the residence of the member.] 

. Androscoggin, entitled to 11. 

Vo. of Seat. Mambars. Appertionmani. 

133. .Roscoe Smith. Turner and Livermore. 

10. .Frank L. Noble* Lewiston, entitled to 4. 

4. .Charles H. Osgood. 
123. . Timothy F. Callahan, 
124. . William Dickey, 
118. .Albert R. Savage Auburn, entitled to 2. 

31.. Albert M. Penley. 
110. .Rossellus N. Maxim. , . .Bast Livermore, Greene, Leeds. 

43 . . Joseph H. Davis Durham and Minot. 

96. .William W. Dennen. . .Poland and Wales. 
127 . .Charles M. Ham Lisbon (Falls) and Webster. 

Aroostook, entitled to 10. 
\\&.. Frederick W, ITeeflran*. Hamlin (Van Buren P. O.), Grand 
Isle, Van Buren, Cyr, Limestone 
Connor, Caswell, and Nos.'' 16, 17 
R.3. 
65.. William B. McAllister. Orient, linneus, Amity, Weston, 
Bancroft, Haynesville, No. 11, R. 
1, Oakfield, Glenwood, Reed. Bark- 
er, No. 3, No. 4, R. 3, and all other 
unorganized townships in Ranges 
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«K>TBRNiaBRT OF MAIBrB. 148 

24. .James Archibald Houlton and Hodedon. 

144. .Charles P. Allen Presque Isle, Mameton, Washburn, 

Chapman and Westfleld. 

122. .Morrill N. Drew Ft Fairfield, Mars Hill and Easton. 

70. .Louis C. Stearns* Caribou, Perham, Woodland, and 

New Sweden. 

130. .Henry W, Leveque French ville, Madawaska, Nos. 15,16, 

17, R. 4, Nos. Ifi, 16, 17. R. 5. 
1. . William Dickey*, Fort Kent, Saint Francis, all unin- 
corporated places above Saint 
Francis, Saint John, New Canada, 
Waliagrass, Eagle Lake, Portai^e 
Lake, Sheridan, Castle Hill, Wade. 
Nashville, all townships west of 
R. 7, Nos. 13, 14, R. 6, Nos. 14, 15, 
16, 17, R. 6, and Nos. 9, 10, 11, 12, 
13, 14, 15, R, 7. 
35. .Elbridge G Dunn jr. . . Ashland,Smyrna. Island Falls, Sher- 
man, Benedicta, Hersey, Silver 
Ridge, No. 1, R.5, Molunkus. Mao- 
wahoc, Masardis, Dver Brook, 
Merrill, No. 11, R. 6, Oxbow, Nos. 
7, 8, 9, R. 5, Moro, Crystal, Nos. 1, 
2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, R. 4, Nos. 6, 7, 8, 
9, 10, K. 3, and No. 10. R. 6. 

108. .Jonathan Hersom Blaine, LittIeton,Monticello,Bridge- 

water. New Limerick, Ludlow, 
lettprs B, C, D, and E, R. 2. 

Cumberland, entitled to 20. 

106. .Edward Kimball Bridgton. 

97. .Samuel Ross Cumberland (Chebeague Island P. 

O. ) and Falmouth. 

5. .Thomas P. Shaw Portland, entitled to 6. 

3. .Franklin C. Payson. 
34. . Josiah H. Drummond Jr. 
64. .Augustine D. Smith. 
2S.. Charles F. ChiptUl 
53. .Charles A, Tilton* Cape Elizabeth (So. Portland P. O.) 

77. .John C. Kendall ♦!. . . .Freeport and Pownal. 

82. . WUliam W. Lamb*. . . . Westbrook (Cumberland Mills P.O.) 

12 .C. Eugene Wescott. . . .Gorham (North). 

25 . . Andrew Hawes ♦ f . . . . Deering (Stroud water P. O. ) 

40. .Isaac Plummer* Brunswick. 

151. .Clarence L. Bucknam. Yarmouth and North Yarmouth. 

81 . , Harrison R. Waterhouse . Windham ( South ). 
134. .George H. Cummings.. Harrison, Casco and Otisfield. 

57. .Thomas E. Skolfield. . .Hai-pswell (North), '87, '91. 

51. . OUs G. Nelson*. New Gloucester (Upper) and Gray. 

87. .William H. libby Standish and Baldwin. 

78. .Enoch Gammon Naples, Sebago and Raymond. 



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144 ANNUAL BEQISTEB OP MAINE. 

Franklin, entitled to 4. 
138. .Lester P. Hiscock Wilton, Chestervllle, Jay and Oar- 

76. . Jabez S. Mooers New Sharon and Farmington. 

63. .Isaac W. Sargent Temple, Avon, Strong, Phillips, 

Weld and Perkins, Washington, 
No. 6, and Letter E plantations. 

90. .Franklin W.Patterson.Industry (West's Mills P. O.), King- 
field, Rangeley, New Vineyard, 
Freeman, Salem, Eustis, Madrid, 
Plantations of Rangeley, Dallas, 
Greenvale, Coplin, and all other 
territory in Franklin County not 
included in any other district. 

Hancock, entitled to 9. 

20.. Seth Webb* Deer Isle (South), Swan's Island, 

and all other islands not other- 
wise included. 
iSi)A;r.Andrew P. Wiswell*. .Ellsworth. 

117 . . George F. Taf t » . Gouldsborough (West), Sullivan, 

Eastbrook, Franklin, and town- 
ships and plantations Nos. 7, 8, 9, 
10, and 21. 

26. .Mark Gray Bucksport and Verona. 

112. .John H. Littlefield Penobscot, Brooklin, Sedgwick, and 

Long Island Plantation. 

142..GeorgeR. Fuller Tremont (Center), Mount Desert, 

Eden, and Cranberry Isles. 

102 . . Jeremiah Jones Brooksville (West), Castine, and 

Orland. 

27. .Joseph M. Ridlon Bluehill (East), Surry, and Dedham. 

99..Newell B. Coolidge....Lamoine, Waltham, Aurora, Han- 
cock, Trenton, Otis, Mariaville. 
Amherst, Plantation No. 33, and all 
territory not otherwise included. 

Kennebec, entitled to 13. 

89. .Treby Johnson Augusta, entitled to 2. 

67..John F.Hill.* 

2. .Frank W. Oifford Benton (Station), Clinton, and Wins- 
low. 

140. .John E. Brainard Winthrop (East), Belgrade, and 

Rome. 

68. .Fred I. Brown Readfield, Mt. Vernon, Vienna, and 

Fayette. 

28. .Frank L. Thayer Waterville. 

86. .Ruel C. Burgess Va88alborough( North), and Windsor. 

22. .Elisha S. Newell Farmingdale (Gardiner P. O.), Ran- 
dolph, Pittston, and W. Gardiner. 
143. .Oliver B. Clason.* Gardiner. 



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€K>yEBKMENT OP MAIKIB. 145 

137. .William M. Ayer Oakland, Manchester, and Sidney. 

8. .Mark L. RolUna Chelsea (Bandol^)h P. O.), China, 

Albion, and Unity Plantation. 

146. . Josiah L. Orcntt Monmouth (North), Wayne, and 

Litchfield. 
48. .George S. Fuller Hallowell. 

Knox, entitled to 8. 

J35. .Elijah D. Qushee* Appleton, Washington, and Hope. 

71. .Gardiner L. Farrand.. .Rockland, entitled to 2. 
121. .Augustus D. Bird.* 

120. .Daniel H. Glidden Vinalhaven, South Thomaston, No. 

Haven, and Hurricane Isle. 

11. .Edwin H. Vaughn Warren and Union. 

107. .Johnson Knight Camden. 

46. .Franklin Trussell* St. George (Port Clyde P. O.), Cash- 
ing, and Friendship. 
30. .HaXaey H. Monroe^X. . . .Thomaston, Plantations of MatinicuA 
Isle, and Muscle Bidge. 

Lincoln, entitled to 6. 

126. .David S. Glidden Newcastle, Somerville, Noblebor« 

ough, and Alna. 
54. .Udwin J. Er^nine.. .... .Bristol and Damariscotta. 

32. .John A. Ham Dresden (West), Westport, Wiscas- 

set, and Bdgecomb. 

^. .John B. Kelley Boothbay (North) and Southport. 

li9..ArchibaldS. Kaler Waldoboro, Muscongus, and Mon- 

hegan Isle Plantation. 
13. .David S. Weeks Jefferson (Damariscotta Mills P. O.), 

Whitefield, and Bremen. 

Oxford, entitled to 7. 

61.. Walter B. Band Greenwood (Locke*s Mills P. O.), 

Hartford, Woodstock, Sumner, 
and Canton. 

92. .Oscar H. Hersey Buckfield. Paris, and Milton Planfn. 

59. .Addison E. Her rick. . .Bethel, Albany, Newry, Upton, Gil- 
ead, Hanover, Mason, Stoneham, 
Grafton, Biley and Lincoln Han- 
tations. No. 5, B. 1, and all terri- 
tory not otherwise included. 

65. .Tobias L. Eastman Fryeburc, Hiram, Lovell, and Stow. 

147. .Herbert H. Allen Denmark, Porter, Waterford,Brown- 

fleld, and Sweden. 

80.§Newell A Trafton Norway, Oxford, and Hebron. 

17.. James S.Morse Bumford (Center), Andover, Dix- 

field, Boxbury, Peru, Mexico, By- 
ron, Franklin Plantation. 
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146 ANKUAL REGhlSTEB OF MAIKB. 

Penobscot, entitled to 16. 

16. .Nathan B. Packard Corinna, Exeter, and Newport. 

42. .Andrew H, Nickerson, .Corinth (East), Charleston, and 

Bradford. 
7. .Charles W. Mullen Old Town, Alton, and Hudson, 

79. .Calvin Bradford Patten, Winn,Mattawamkeag, Med- 

way,Mt. Chase, Kingman, Coester. 
Plantations of Drew, Woodville, 
and Stacyville, and all other ter- 
ritory not otherwise classified. 

66. .Festus F. Merrill Eddington (East), Bradley, Clifton, 

Milford, Holden, Oreenoush, and 
Greenfield. 

47. ,Ckesley H, FAiMen*. .. .Lee, Springfield, Lowell, Burlington, 
Carroll, Prentiss, Plantations oi 
No. 1, No. 2 Grand Falls, No, 3 
south of Lee, Lakeville, Webster. 

56. . Thomas White Bangor, entitled to 3. 

49. .Joseph W. Porter.*tJ 
111. .James Adams. 
136. .A. Franklin Lewis*.. . .Orono, Glenbum, and Hermon. 

76. .Henry C Snow Brewer and Veazie. 

104. .Harrison F. Gould Keuduskeag, Stetson, Levant, and 

Carmel. 

41..WilliamL Leavitt Plymouth (Newport P. O.), New- 
burgh, Etna, and Dixmont. 

145. .Albert G. Dole Grrington (So. Brewer P. O.) and 

Hampden. 

62. .Luther M. Bideout Garland and Dexter. 

60.. Charles L Hathaway.. Passadumkeag, Lagrange. Lincoln, 
Argyle, Edinburg, Maxneld, Mat- 
tamiscontis,Howland, and Enfield. 

Piscataquis, entitled to 3. 

39..TheodoreH. Wyman..Sebec, Atkinson, Brown ville, Wil- 
liamsburg, Medford, Milo, Ome- 
ville, Barnard, and Bowerbank, 
No. 4, R. 8, Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, R. 9. 

141 . .Otis Martin Guilford,Wellington, Greenville, Ab- 
bot, Monson, Blanchard, Shirley, 
Willimantic, Kingsbury Planta- 
tion, and all other territory not 
otherwise classed. 

113. .Joseph B. Peaks*. ... .Dover, Sangerville, Parkman, and 

Foxcroft. 

Sagadahoc, entitled to 4. 

33. .John O. Shaw Bath. 

109 . .John Gilmore Woolwich, Arrowsic, Phippsburg, 

and Qeorgeto^vi^. 



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GOVBBNMBirr OF MAIK8. 147 

114. .John A. Fisher Topsham, West Bath, and Bowdoin- 

ham. 

150. .Engene Clark Richmond, Perkins, and Bowdoin. 

Somerset, entitled to 8. 

IQO.. Ben Moore Anson (North), Starks, and New 

Portland. 
101. .Andrew J. Libby Embden, Moscow, Lexington, Bing- 
ham, Concord; Mayfleld, Dead 
River, Moose River, West Forks, 
Flag Staff, The Forks, and all 
other plantations. 
116.. Charles A. Harrington*Norridgewock (South), Solon, and 
Madison. 

98. .Arthur BL Totman Fairfield, Mercer, and Smithfleld. 

73. .Charles A. Marston.. . .Skowhegan. 

88 . . Daniel Jonea Brighton, Comville, Athens, and 

Canaan. 

46. .Milton L. Merrill St. Albans, Hartland, Harmony, 

Ripley, and Cambridge. 

38. . Alvin Howes Palmyra (Hartland P. O. ), Pittsfield, 

and Detroit. 

Waldo, entitled to 7. 

93. .Henry E.Greeley Swanville, Brooks, Knox, Waldo, 

Morrill, and Freedom. 

58. Rufus E. Stone Tro^ (West), Unity, Jackson, Thom- 

dike, and Bumham. 

69. .Israel W. Parker* Belfast. 

94. .Page H. KAne Palermo (East), Liberty, Montville, 

and Searsmont. 

91. .Marlboro Packard Sear sport, Stockton, and Prospect. 

125. .Allen H. Miller Lincoln ville (Center), Islesboro, Bel- 
mont, and Northport. 

36. .John J, Sewell ... .Monroe, Frankfort, and Winterport. 

Washington, entitled to 10. 

16. .Everard E. Newcomb* Eastport. 

62. .Austin Harris»t E. Machias, Alexander, Marshfleld, 

Whitneyville, Crawford, Wesley, 
Nos. 18 and 19 East Div. 

148. .William G. Harriman.Meddybemps, Denny sville, Lubec, 

Charlotte, and Edmunds. 

105. .StepJien B. Hunt Robbinston, Pembroke, and Perry. 

37..WiiliamB. Leighton* .Deblois, Cherryfield, Steuben, Mil- 
bridge, Beddington, and Devereux. 

103 .. J. Willard Edgerley . . . Princeton, Danf orth, Vanceboro, 

Baileyville, Baring, Topsfield, 
Brookton, Waite, and Forest City, 
No. 7, Range 2, No. 9, Range 4, 
CodyvUle, Talmage, No. 21, No. 
Div. Plantations, and all territory^ 
not otherwise classed. 



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129. .Alvin G. Crocker* Machias, Oolnmbia Falls, Columbia, 

Northfield, No. 18, Mid. Div. 
19., WUliam H. Leighton,.. TrescoU (Whiting P. O), Cutler, 
Cooper, Whiting, Marion, Machi- 
asport, and No. 14, East Diyision. 

152. .Harrison T. Nash Addison (Point), Jonesport, Jones- 

boro', Harrington, and Center- 
ville. 
29. .Charles H. Newton*. . .Calais. 

York, entitled to 15. 

139. .DarUd Cote* Biddeford, entitled to 2. 

9..Benj. F, Chadbowine* 
128* .Charles W. Brackett . .Acton (South), Newfield, and Shap- 

leigh. 
^. .Frank H. Ha^graves. .Buxton (West) and Hollis. 

84. .Joseph A. Titcomb Kennebankport and Dayton. 

83. .Horace Mitchell Kittery (Point). 

44. .David Dearing* Waterborongh (East) and limerick. 

72. .Charles C. Bicker Lebanon (North) and Sanford. 

14. .Alonzo Roberts Lyman (Goodwin's Mills P. O.), Old 

Orchard, and Limington. 
18. ,Edgar F. Gentleman. . .Parsonsfield (Kezar Falls P. O.) and 
Cornish. 

74. .John M. Deering Saco. 

60. i Frank Bussell Alfred and Kennebunk. 

149. .William P. Graves South Berwick (June), '87, '88, '91. 

131. . Wilbur F. Cousens Wells (Ogunquit P. O. ), '87, '88, '91. 

. 6. .Isaac Hussey North BerwicK and Berwick. 



BBPBB8BNTATIYBS OI«ASSIFIED BY COUKTIBS. 



Bep. ]>em. 

Androscoggin 7 4 

AroostooK 6 4 

Cumberland 15 5 

Franklin 4 

Hancock 8 1 

Kennebec 10 3 

Knox 3 5 

Lincoln 6 



Oxford 6 

Penobscot 11 

Piscataquis 3 

Sagadahoc '. . 4 

Somerset 5 

Waldo 4 

Washington 8 

York. 10 



Dem; 

1 
5 


3 
3 
2 
5 



Republican, 110; Democrat, 41; Total, 151. 

SBKATOBS. 

Republicans, 27; Democrats, 4. 



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KBW APPOBTIOVMSlfT. 140 

BTBir APPORTIOIfinSNT 

For the sixty-sixth legislature and the succeeding legislatures, to and in* 
» eluding that of the year 1901. Districts are entitled to one member, un- 
less otherwise speeifled. 

Afidroscoaain, 11.— Lewiston,4; Auborn, 2; Lisbon; Turner and 
Lirermore: £ast liyermoro, Leeds and Greene; Poland and Durham; 
Minot, Webster and Wales. 

Aroostook, 12.— ^ew Limerick, Ludlow, Hammond, Littleton, G, R. 
2, Monticello, Bridgewater. D, R. 2; Blaine, Mars HiU, Weetfleld, £, R.2, 
9, R. 5, Oxbow, Masardis, Garfield, Ashland, Chapman. Hapleton, Castle 
HIU, 9, R. 8, 9. R. 4, 9, R, 6, 9, R. 7, 10, R. 3, 10, R, 4, 10, R. 6, 10, R. 7, 10, 
R. 8, 11, R. 7 and 11, R. 3; Presqne Isle and Easton j Fort Fairfield; Car- 
ibou; Wade, Washburn. Perham, Woodland, New Sweden, Ifi, R. 4, Lime* 
stone, 16, R. 8, 16, R. 4; Caswell, Connor, Hamlin, Cyr, Van Buren, Grand 
Isle and 17, R, 3; Madawaska, Frenchville, 17, R. 5 and 17, R. 4; Fori 
Kent, New Canada, Wallagrass, Eagle Lake, Winterville, 14, R. 7, 14, R. 6, 
Portage Lake, Nashville, Sheridan, St. John, St. Francis, Allagasb. 18, R. 
10, 15, R. 11, 16, R. 12, 12, R. 13, 14, R. 14, 13, R. 16, 14, R. 16, and all other 
unorganized townships not included in any other class distri<^ ; Reed, Baa* 
oroft, Weston, HarnesvUle, Glen wood, 8, R. 8, 4, R. 8. Orient, Amity, 8, R. 
2, Cary, A, R. 2, Hodgdon, Linneus ; Hoalton : Molnnkus, Maewahoc, 1, R, 
4. 1, R. 5, Silver Ridge, Benedicta, Sherman, Crystal, Island Falls, Herser, 
Dyer Brook, Oakfield, Moro, Merrill, Smyrna, 7, R. 6, 8, R. 5, 2, R. 4, 8, R. 
4, 7. R. 3, 8, R. 8, 7, R. 4 and 8, R. 4. 

Cfumfferland, «!.— Portland, 6; Cape Elizabeth: Westbrook; Deer- 
ing; Brunswick; Gorham: Bridffton; Windham andf Pownal ; Freeport; 
Casoo, Otisfield and Harrison; Baldwin and Standish; Gray and I^ew 
Gloucester; Falmouth and Cumberland; Sebago Naples and Raymond: 
Yarmouthjand North Yarmouth ; Scarborough, for the years 1898, 1897 and 
1901, Harpswell for the years 1895 and 1899, Scarborough, for 1884 and 1888, 
if by reason of an amendment of the constitution annual and r^;ular ses- 
sions of the legislature shall be held in those years, Harpswell for 1886 
and 1900, if, for the same reason, such session shall be held in those years. 

jPrott&Iin. 4, Farmlngton and New Sharon ; Wilton, Jay, Carthage 
and Chestervule ; Avon, S&ong, Phillips, Salein, Weld, Temple, Perkins, 
Washington, No. 6 and Letter £ Plantations; Kingfield, Rangeley, New 
Vineyard, Freeman, Enstis, Bfadrid, Industry, Rangeley, Greenvaleand 
Coplui Plantations, Dallas and all other territory in the county of Franklin 
not included in any other district. The town of Phillips is authorised to 
elect a representative for the years 1893, 1894, 1901 and 1902. 

HaneoeU, 9, Ellsworth ; Bucksport and Verona ; Orland. CasUne and 
Brooksville; Bluehill, Surry andDedham; Mount Desert, Eden, Tremont 
and Cranberry Isle: Deer Isle, Swan's Island and all other islands in said 
county not included in any other district; Gouldsboro, Sullivan, Franklin, 
Sastbrook and townships and plantations, Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 21 ; Trenton, 
Lamoine, Hancock, Waltham, Mariaville, Otis, Amherst, Aurora, Planta- . 
tion No. 83, and all other plantations and townslups not included in any 
other district; Penobscot, Sedgwick, Brooklin and Long Island Plantation. 

KenneheCf 13. — ^Augusta, 2 ; Clinton, Winslow anaBenton ; Belgrade, 
Rome and Winthrop; Mount Vernon, Vienna, Readfield and Fayette; 
Waterville; Vassalborough and Windsor; RandolDh. Pittston, Farming- 
dale and West Gardiner; Gardiner; Manchester, Oakland and Sydney: 
China, Albion, Chelsea and Unity Plantation ; Wayne, Monmouth and 
liichfield; HahoweU. 

Ktioae. A.— Washington, Appleton and Hope; Rockland, 2; So. Thom- 
aston. Vfnalhaven, No. Haven and Hurricane Isle : Union and Warren j 
Camden for 1895 and 1899 ; Rockport, for 1893 and 1897 ; St. George, Cushing 
and Friendship ; Thomaston, plant'ns of Matinious Isle and Muscle Ridge. 



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Idneoln, ^.— Boothbay Harbor, Southport.Westport and "Wlscagset; 
Dresden, W hitefield^efferson and Bremen ; Boothbay, Alna, Newcastle 
and Nobleborough ; Waldoborough and Edgecomb ; Bristol, Damariscotta, 
Somerville and Monhegan. 

Oxford, «.— Porter, Brownfield, Fryeburg, Hiram and Lovell; Stow, 
Denmark, Stoneham, Sweden, Waterford, Albany, Woodstock, Mason, 
Gllead and Fryeburg Academy and Batchelder's grants; Bethel, Hanover, 
Newry, Grafton, Upton, Riley, Lincoln and Mai^loway Plantations, An- 
dover and North and West Surplus, Rumford and all territory not other- 
jnse included; Mexico, Roxbury, Byron, Dixfield, Peru, Franklin and 
Milton Plantations, Canton and Sumner ; Norway, Oxford, Hebron and 
Greenwood; Paris, Buckfield and Hartford. 

Penobscot. 17.— Bangor, 8; Brewer; Old Town; Mount Chase, Pat- 
ten, Staceyville Plantation, Medway, Woodville Plantation, Mattawam- 
keag, Chester, and all other territory not speciflcally classed; Kingman, 
Prentiss, Winn, Springfield, Carroll, Drew, Webster and LakeviUe Plantar 
tions ; Lincoln, Lee, Burlington, Lowell, Grand Falls and No. 1 Plantations, 
8, R. 1, east of Burlington. Lincoln to elect a representative for the years 
1893, 1894, 1895, 1896. Passadumkeag, Mattamiscontls, Maxfield. Enfield, 
Howland, Edlnbi^g, Lagrange, Argyie, Alton, Greenbush, Sebois Plantar 



tion; Milford, dl^nfleld, Eddington, Holden. Clifton, Veazie ; Orono, 
Bradley ; Orrinttdf^, Hampden ; Bradford, Hudson, Charleston, Corinth, 
Kenduskeag ; Carmel, Glenbum, Hermon, Levant ; Dixmont, Newburg, 
Plymouth, Etna, Stetson ; Newport, Corinna, Exeter ; Dexter, Garland. 

BUeataquU, 4.— Wellington, Klngsbuiy Plantation, Blanchard, Shir- 
ley, Monson, Greenville, Squaw Mountain, Gore A, No. 2, Day's Academy 
Grant, Townahip A, R. 14, W. E. L. S., Township 1, R 13, W. E. L. S., East 
Middlesex Grant, Township 3, East Kennebec, A, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, R. 
18, W. E. L. S, 1, 2, 8, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, R. 14, W. E. L. 8., X, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 
9, 10, R. 15, W. E. L. 8., includinjg Grant Farm, Chesuncook and N. E. 
Carry. Willimantic, Elliottsville Plantation ; Parkman, Sangerville, Dover ; 
Sebec, Barnard and Bowerbank Plantations, Foxcroft, Guilford, Abbott ; 
Brownville, Katahdln Iron Works Plantation, Williamsburg, Township 6, 
R. 9, N. W. P., East College township. West College township, Atkinson, 
Omeville, Medford, Milo, Township 4, R. 9. 

8<Mgadahoe, 4.— Bath, 2; Richmond, Bowdoinham, Bowdoin and Per- 
kins; Georgetown, Woolwich, Arrowsic, Phipsburg,West Bath, Topsham. 

Somerset, 7.— Skowhegan ; Fairfield, Smithfield, Mercer; Norridgwock, 
Starks, Anson, New Portland; Madison, Solon, Athens, Comville: Pitts- 
^Id, Canaan, Palmyra, Detroit: Hartland, St. Albans, Ripley, Cambridge, 
Harmony ; Bingham, Embden, Brighton, Concord, Mo8COw,and all plant'ns. 

Waldo, 6.— Belfast; Prospect, Stockton Springs, Searsport, Swanville; 
Winterport, Frankfort, Monroe, Brooks; Bumham, Unity, Thomdike, 
Jackson, Troy, Knox ; Searsmont, Lincolnville, Belmont, Northport, Isles- 
borough; Palermo, Freedom, Liberty, Montville, Waldo, Morrill. 

Washington, 10.— Cherryfield, Steuben. Milbridge, Deblois, Bedding- 
ton, Devereux ; Harrington, Columbia Falls, Columbia, Addison: Machias, 
Jonesborough, Roque Bluffs, Centerville, Whitneyville, Northfield, Wes- 
ley ; East Machias, Marshfield, Nos. 14, 18, 19, Crawford, Marion, Whiting, 
Dennysville, Edmunds ; Pembroke, Charlotte, Meddybemps, Cooper, Alex- 
ander, Robbinston; Lubec, Perry, Trescott; Jonesport.Machiasport, Cut- 
ler ; Eastport ; Calais ; Princeton, Danforth, Vanceboro, Bailey ville, Baring, 
Topsfielcf, Brockton, Waite, Forest City, Kossuth, Codyville, Grand Lake, 
Talmadge, Lambert Lake, No. 21. 

Xorfc, 14.— Biddeford, 2; Saco; Sanford; Parsonsfleld, Cornish, New- 
field: Waterborough, Shapleigh, Limerick; Alfred, Lyman, Limington; 
North Berwick, Leoanon, Acton ; Buxton, Hollis; Kennebunk and Day- 
ton ; South Berwick and Old Orchard ; Berwick and Wells ; Kennebunk- 
port and York; Kittery and Eliot; Kittery for 1893, 1897, and 1901, Eliot 
lOr 1896 and 1899, and said towns to vote together for each representative. 



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COJHJHITTBBS. 

OOUNOIL OOMMimSS. 



On WaaranU. 
Brackett, King, Wedgwood. 

OnJccounts. 

Smith, Simpson, Spofford. 

On State Prison cmd Pardons. 

Simpson, Downes, Smitb. 

On Election Returns. 
Smith, Brac^tt, Downes. 

On Tax€Uiona»id Expenditures. 
Downes, Smith, Simpson. 

On Public Lands and Buildings, 
Simpson, Brackett, King. 

On State Beneficiaries and Pensions. 

Downes, Wedgwood, Smith. 

On R^orm School. 

King, Smith, Simpson. 

On Insane HoapiUU. 

Brackett, Wedgwood, Spofford. 



On PiMie Instruot4an. 
Spoflbrd, Downes, Brackett. 

On Military Affairs. 
Wedgwood, Simpson, Downes. 

On Indian ^airs. 
Spofford, King, Brackett. 

On Library. 
King, Spofford, Wedgwood. 

On Pay Roll. 
Wedgwood, Spoflbrd, King. 

Visiting Com. to Insane HospittU. 

Brackett, Wedgwood. (Mrs. Tobias 

Lord is associated with this com.) 

Visiting Committee to State Prison, 
Smith. 

Visiting Committee to Reform School, 

King, Smith, Simpson. (Mrs.Andrew 

Hawes is associated with this com. 



STANDING CX>MMITTKB8 0» THB SBNATB. 



On Bills in Second Reading. 

Thatcher, of Penobscot. 
Giles, of Oxford. 
Mallett, of Cumberland. 
Hunt, of Waldo. 
Mayo, of Penobscot. 
Warren, of York. 



Spear, of Kennebec. 
RcM^ere, of Washington. 
Oimiore, of Hancock. 
Pettengill, of Oxford. 
Sherman, of Knox. 
Wadlin, of Waldo. 



On Engrossed Bills. 

Poor, of Cumberland. 
Libby, of Androscoggin. 
Adams, of York. 
Swanton, of Sagadahoc. 
Moore, of Cumberland. 
Nutting, of Aroostook. 



Harper, of Androscoggin. 
Stewart, of York. 
Wilbur, of Franklin. 
Nash, of Washington. 
Chapin, of Piscataquis. 
Mehan, of Knox. 



STANDING OOMMITTKB8 OF THB HOUSK. 

On Ways and Means. 

Newton, of Calais. I Farrand. of Rockland. 

Shaw, of Portland. | Harrington, of Norridgewock. 

Adams, of Bangor. i Callahan, of Lewiston. 

Johnson, of Augusta. | 
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ANKCAL ftSGlSTfiR OF MAINE. 



On Leave qf Absence, 

Dennen, of Poland. I Lamb, of Westbrook. 

Kane, of Palermo. Whitten, of Lee. 

Hersom, of Blaine. Newell, of Farmingdale. 

Smith, of Portland. | 



Peaks, of Dover. 
HiU, of Angosta. 



On Business qf the Hovse. 

I Kendall, of Freeport. 



Sargent, of Temple. 
Packard, of Searuport. 
Harriman, of Meadybemps. 
Ricker, of Lebanon. 



On Change of Names. 

Water bonse, of Windham. 
Gammon, of Naples. 
Leveqne, of Frenchville. 



On Bills in the Third Reading. 

Mitchell, of Kittery. | Ham, of Dresden. 

Edgerly, of Princeton. Keegan,uf Van Buren. 

Totman, of Fairfield. Allen, of Denmark. 

Rand, of Greenwood. | 



On Engrossed Bills. 



Drew, of Fort Fairfield. 
Hiscock, of Wilton. 
Littlefleld, of Penobscot. 
Brown, of Readfield. 



Greeley, of Swanville. 
Consens, of Wells. 
Hunt, of Robbinston. 



Dickey, of Lewiston. 
Dnnn, of Ashland. 
Kendall, of Freeport. 
Mooers, of New Sharon. 
Coolidge, of Lamoine. 
Orcutt, of Monmouth. 
Trussell, of St. George. 
Kelley, of Boothbay. 



On Cov/nty Estimates. 

Morse, of Rumford. 
Bradford, of Patten. 
Martin, of Guilford. 
Gilmore, of Woolwich. 
Howes, of Palmyra. 
Kane, of Palermo. 
Crocker, of Machias. 
Mitchell, of Kittery. 



On Elections. 



Gould, of Kenduskeag. 
Martin, of Guilford. 
Bncknam, of Yarmouth. 
Rollins, of Chelsea. 



Archibald, of Houlton. 
Osgood, of Lewiston. 
Glidden, of Vinalhaven. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On the Judiciary. 



Senate.— Walton f of Somerset. 

Powers, of Aroostook. 

Ryder, of Penobscot. 
Bouse. — Peaks, of Dover. 

Steams, of Caribou, 



Wiwise.— Savage, of Auburn. 
Clason, of Gardiner. 
Pay son, of Portland. 
Herrick, of Bethel. 
Chadboume, of Biddeford. 



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On LegcU Jffairs. 



Senate.— HAineSf of Kennebec. 

Libby, of Androscoggin. 

Mayo, of Penobscot. 
House.— Harrington, of Norritlge'k. 

Noble, of Lewiston. 



House.— Vrmnmomi, of Portland. 
Drew, of Fort Fairfield. 
Hersey^of Buckfleld. 
Fuller, of Tremont. 
Gentleman, of ParsonsTltl. 



On Financial Affairs. 

•Sewage.— Mallet, of Cumberland. 

Thatcher, of Penobscot. 

Adams, of York. 
House.- Newton, of Calais. 

Shaw, of Portland. 



flbtt«e.— Adams, of Bangor. 

Johnson, of Aagosta. 
Farraiid, of Rockland. 
Harrington, of Norridge'k. 
Callahan, of Lewiston. 



^c»ia/c.— Wadlin, of Waldo. 

Haines, of Kennebec. 

Walton, of Somerset. 
House.— Steams, of Caribou. 

Wescott, of Gorham. 



On Federal Relations. 

Houfz.- Crocker, of Macbias. 
Dearing, of Waterboro. 
Jones, of Brooksville, 
Dickey, of Fort Kent. 
Trussell, of St. George. 



On Education. 

Senate. — Spear, of Kennebec. 

Giles, of Oxford. 

Poor, of Cumberland. 
House.— Shaw, of Bath. 

Clason, of Gardiner. 



flbtwc— Littlefield, of Penobscot. 
Kimball, of Bridgton. 
Merrill, of St. Albans. 
Ham, of Dresden. 
Keegan, of Van Buren. 



Senate.— ^oorej of Cumberland 
Hunt, of Waldo. 
Smith, of Lincoln. 

House. — Hill, of Augusta. 
Porter, of Bangor. 



On Railroads^ Telegraphs, and Expresses. 

House.— Birdit of Rockland. 

Hai^puves, of Buxton. 
Allen, of Presque Isle. 
Ayer, of Oakland. 
Osgood, of Lewiston. 



On Ckmmerce, 

Senate. — Sherman, of Knox. 

Thatcher, of Penobscot. 

Pettengill, of Oxford. 
House.— Gray, of Buoksport. 

Kaler, of Waldoboro. 



I flimse.— Packard, of Searsport. 
I Nelson, of New Gllocester. 

I Guptill, of Portland. 

Titcomb, of Kennebankp*t. 
I Trussell, of St. George. 



•Sewage.— Swanton, of Sagadalioc. 

WUbur, of Franklin. 

Chapin, of Piscataquis. 
House.— Kendall, of Freeport. 

Penley, of Auburn. 



On Mercantile Affairs and Insurance. 

House.— Kersey, of Bncktield. 
Martin, of Guilford. 
Marston, of Skowhegan. 
Ridlon, of BluehiU. 
White, of Bangor. 



On Banks and Banking. 

6'c«a/«.— Wilbur, of Franklin. l House.— L&mh, of Westbrook. 

Mehan, of Knox. | Graves, of South Berwick. 

Stewart, of York. i Plummer, of Brunswick. 

House. — Adams, of Bangor. Archibald, of Houlton. 

Knight, of Camden. | Thayer, of Watervilh 



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Senate. 
House.- 

Senate. 
House.— 

Senate.- 
House.— 

Senate. 
House.- 

Senate. 
House.- 

Senate.- 
House.- 

Senate.- 
House. - 
Senate.^ 
House.- 



— Mehan, of Knox. 

S wanton, of Sagadahoc. 

Adams, of York. 
— Mooers, of New Sharon. 

Newton, of Calais. 



On Mcmufactures, 
House. - 



Dearing, of Waterboro. 
Dennen, of Poland. 
Dickey, of Lewiston. 
Gammon, of Naples. 
Waterhouse, of Windham. 



—Warren, of York. 

Haines, of Kennebec. 

Nutting, of Aroostook. 
— Deering, of Saco. 

Brainard, of Winthrop. 



On Agriculture. 

£ron«e.— CooUdge, of Lamoiue. 
Packara, of Corinna. 
Eastman, of Fryeborg. 
Skolfield, of Harpswell. 
Libby, of Bingham. 



On Military Affairs. 



■Harper, of Androscoggin. 
Warren, of York. 
Gilmore. of Hancock. 
Newcomb, of Eastport, 
Rollins, of Chelsea. 



/Toutfe.— Eastman, of Fryeborg. 
Fisher, of Topsham. 
Lewis, of Orono. 
Snow, of Brewer. 
Gushee, of Appleton. 



-Thatcher, of Penobscot. 

Pettengill, of Oxford. 

Nash, of Washington. 
- Harris, of East Maohias. 

Totman, of Fairfield. 



On Interior Waters. 
House. 



-Fuller, ofHallowell. 
Trafton, of Norway. 
Dunn, of Ashland. 
Hathaway, of Passadumk'g. 
Mullen, of Old Town, 



On St'%te Lands and StcUe Roads. 



-Nutting, of Aroostook. 

Wadlln, of Waldo. 

Giles, of Oxford. 
- Bradford, of Patten. 

Patterson, of Industry. 



House.— Clark, of Richmond. 
Leighton, of Deblois. 
McAllister, of Orient. 
Nash, of Addison. 
Maxim, of East Livermore. 



-Nash, of Washington. 

Mallet, of Cumberland. 

Libby, of Androscoggin. 
- Snow, of Brewer. 

Ross, of Cumberland. 



On Ways and Bridges. 

Bmue.—Qilmore, of Woolwich. 
Howes, of Palmyra. 
Gould, of Kenduskeag. 
Kane, of Palermo. 
Leighton, of Trescott. 



-Libby, of Androscoggin. 

Wilbur, of Franklin. 

Swan ton, of Sagadahoc. 
- Jones, of Brooksville. 

Parker, of Belfast. 



On Fisheries and Game. 

House.— KeWey, of Boothbay. 



-Smith, of Lincoln. 
Moore, of Cumberland, 
<nhapin, of Piscataquis. 

- Coolidge, of Lamoine. 
Hiscock, of WUton. 



On Counties, 
House.- 



Rand, of Greenwood. 
Wynian, of Sebec. 
Webb, of Deer Isle. 
Hunt, of Robbinston. 



-Gilmore, of Woolwich. 
Dole, of Orrington. 
Morse, of Rumford. 
Jones, of Athens. 
Stone, of Troy. 



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SencUe. —Peiteng^n, of Oxford. 

Gilmore, of Hancock. 

Warren, of York. 
House.— Lewis, of Orono. 

Wescott, of Gorham. 



On Towns. 

f^oii«f.— Davis, of Darham. 
Fialier, of Topham. 
Hersoni. of Blaine. 
Tilton, of ('ape Elizabeth. 
Miller, of Lincoln ville. 



SefHtte.- 
House.- 

Senate.- 
Hotise.— 

Seuate.- 
House.— 

ISenate.- 
House.— 

Senate,- 
House.- 

Senate,- 
House.- 

Senate.- 
House.- 



On Indian Affairs. 

-Powers, of Aroostook. 
Rogers, of Washington. 
Sherman, of Knox. 
Dole, of Orrinffton. 
Harriman, of Meddybemps 



//au«e.— Mor»e, of Rumford. 
Taft, of Gouldsboro. 
Whitten.ofLee. 
Monroe, of Thoina»ton. 
Nelson, of New Gloucester. 



On Claims. 



-Gilmore, of Hancock. 
Sherman, of Knox. 
Walton, of Somerset. 
Ham, of Lisbon. 
Crocker, of Machias. 



Afoiwe.— Ervhie, of Bristol. 
Rioker, of f^banon, 
Libbv, of Standish. 
Weeks, of Jefferson. 
Glidden, of Vinalhaven. 



-Rogers, of Washington. 
Hwper, of Androscoggin 
Nutting, of Aroostook. 
Kelley, of Boothbay. 
Shaw, of Bath. 



On Pensions. 

flcHWC— Kendall, of Freeport. 
Bui^ess of Vassalboro. 
Rideout, of Garland. 
Stone, of Troy. 
Allen, of Denmark. 



-Grindle, of Hancock. 
Smith, of Lincoln. 
Rogers, of Washington 
Hawes, of Deerhig. 
Smith, of Turner. 



On Insane Hospital. 

House.— Harris, of East Machias. 
Noble, of Lewiston. 
Brackett, of Acton. 
Nickerson, of Corinth. 
Sewall, of Monroe. 



CM R^fbrm School. 



■Poor, of Cumberland. 
Nash, of Washington. 
Grindle, of Hancock. 
Penley, of Auburn. 
Brown of Readfield. 



^aM«e.— Russell, of Alfred. 

Patterson, of Industry. 
Bucknam, of Yarmouth. 
Glidden, of Newcastle. 
Yaughan, of Warren. 



-Hunt, of Waldo. 
Moore, of Cumberland. 
Mehan, of Knox. 
Plnmmer, of Brunswick. 
Burgess, of Vassalborough. 



On State Prison. 

House.— Mooers, of New Sharon. 



Hussey, of North Berwick 
Leavitt, of Plymouth. 
Tilton. of Cape Elizabeth. 
Cote, ofBidtfeford. 



-Adams, of York. 
Mallet, of Cumberland. 
Spear, of Kennebec. 
Parker, of Belfast. 
Smith, of Portland. 



On Public Buildings. 

JJoMse.— Newcomb, of Eastport. 
Roberts, of Lyman. 
Gray, of Bucksport. 
Gifford, of Benton. 
Merrill, of Eddington. 



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-Ryder, of Penobscot. 
Spear, of Kennebec. 
Powers, of Aroostook. 
Druinmoud, of Portland. 
Margraves, of Buxton. 



On Library. 

House.— Birdf of Rockland. 
Herrick, of Bethel. 
Allen, of Presque Isle. 
Cousens, of Wells. 
Guptill, of Portland. 



On State College of Agriculture atid Mechanic Arts. 

-Giles, of Oxford. i flimse.— Edgerly, of Princeton. 

Grindle, of Hancock. Hawes, of Deeriug. 

Poor, of Cumberland. | Bradford, of Patten. 

• Cummings, of Casco. Dickey,, of Fort Kent. 

Fuller, of Tremont. . Moore, of Anson. 

On Mines and Mining. 

^01*86.— Cummings, of Harrison. 
McAllister, of Orient. 
Orcutt, of Monmouth. 
Gushee, of Appleton. 
Jones, of Athens. 



-Chapin, of Piscataquis. 
Ryder, of Penobscot. 
Hunt, of Waldo. 
Taft, of Gouldsboro' 
Libby, of Standish. 



-Mayo, of Penobscot. 
Harper, of Androscoggin. 
Stewart, of l?ork. 
Ervine, of Bristol. 
Ham, of Lisbon. 



On Labor. 

H&ijse.- 



-Stewart, of York. 
Mayo, of Penobscot. 
Wadlin, of Waldo. 
Mitchell, of Kittery. 
Orcutt, of Monmouth. 



On Temperance. 
House.- 



-Sargent, of Temple. 
Ross, of Cumberland. 
Greeley, of Swanville. 
Newell, of Farmingdale. 
Leveque, of Frenchville. 



■Weeks, of Jefferson. 
Howes, of Palmyra. 
Rideout, of Garland. 
Webb, of Deer Isle. 
Maxim, of East Livermore. 



JOINT SPECIAL COMMITTEES. 

On state Valv>ation. 
Thatcher, of Penobscot. 



Senate. 

Haines, of Kennebec. 

Libby, of Androscoggin. 

Wilbur, of Franklin. 

Mallet, of Cumberland. 

Nash, of Washington. 

Mehan, of Knox. 
House. — Smith, of Turner. 

Steams, of Caribon. 

Lamb, of Westbrook. 

Patterson, of Industry. 

Littlefield, of Penobscot. 



House. — Brainard of Winthrop. 
Glidden, of Vinalhaven. 
Kaler, of Waldoboro'. 
Trafton, of Norway. 
Adams, of Bangor. 
Peaks, of Dover. 
Clark, of Richmond. 
Marston, of Skowhegan. 
Parker, of Belfast. 
Hunt, of Robbinston. 
Brackett, of Acton. 



On Taxation. 



Senate.- 



-Spear, of Kennebec. 
Swan ton, of Sagadahoc. 
Wadlin, of Waldo. 
Hotise.— Hawes, of Deering. 
Savage, of Auburn. 



House.— Drew, of Fort Fairfield. 
Deering, of Saco. 
Merrill, of St. Albans. 
Johnson, of Augusta. 
Chadboume, of Biddeford. 



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RULES OF COUNCIL. 



1. At the time appointed for the meeting ot the 
board, it shall be the duty of the members to be in 
their places. 

2. When the board shall have been called to order 
by the governor, the journal of the preceding day 
shall be read by the secretary of state. 

3. The following standing committees shall be 
appointed, viz.:-^On warrants; on accounts; on tax- 
ation and expenditures ; on election returns ; on state 
beneficiaries and pensions; on state prison and par- 
dons ; on reform school ; on insane hospital ; on pub- 
lic lands and buildings; on public instruction; on 
military affairs; on Indian affairs; on library; on pay 
roll. 

4. All committees shall be appointed by the gov- 
ernor, and shall consist of three members, unless 
otherwise ordered. 

5. In case the governor shall be absent at the time 
appc'inted for the meeting of the board, the members 
shall be called to order by the senior councillor present, 
who shall act as chairman. 

6. In debate upon any question, or in the presen- 
tation of any business, the members shall address the 
governor, standing in their places. 

7. A majority of the board shall constitute a quor- 
um for the transaction of business. 

8. All communications to the two branches of the 
legislature shall be transmitted by the secretary ot 
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9. Every member who shall present a petition, shall 
place his name thereon, and a brief statement of its 
contents. 

10. The yeas and nays shall be called upon the 
nomination of all officers of important grade. Upon 
the nomination ot state officers, the call shall begin 
with the senior councillor; upon county nominations, 
with the councillor representing said county, and then 
according to seniority. 

11. When a motion has been made and earned, a 
motion to reconsider shall only be in order within the 
seven succeeding days; if seven days shall not inter- 
vene before adjournment, then within the fii*st three 
days after the next meeting of the council. 

12. Persons having business with the governor, 
any member of the council, or the secretary of state, 
shall be required to make their wishes known through 
the messenger. 

13. Persons shall be admitted to the council 
chamber only by permission of the governor, One ot 
the councillors, or the secretary of state; but when the 
council is in actual session, no peraon shall be admitted 
except by a vote of the council. 

14. No member shall absent himself without leave ; 
nor shall leave be asked or granted unless a quorum 
be still left at the board and no member absenting 
himself without leave shall be entitled to pay for the 
time of his absence. 

15. No member shall act as counsel for any party 
before a committee of the legislature. 

16. No rule shall be dispensed with, except byXhe 
consent of a majority of all the members. 

17. No entity on the appropriation book shall be 
made, except by, or under the direction of the com- 
mittee on accounts. 



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RULES OF THE SENATE. 



CONTKNTS. 



SULK. 

1. President to take the chair,— eec/y to preside In his absence. 

2. Journal to be read. 

3. President to address senate, and senators address president 

while speakinj;,— senators to stand while speaking. 

4. Members to be styled senators in si)eakiiie. 

5. President may call a senator to the chair during brief absence. 

6. President shall rise to put questions, declare all votes. 

7. Motion to adjourn always in order. 

8. Order of precedence in motions. 

9. Motions to be in writing If desired, — aright to withdraw. 

10. Eight to the floor. 

11. Different subject, under color of amendment, out of order. 

12. Amendment of amendments. 

13. Reconsideration of a vote. 

14. Questions of ordei. 

15. Division of questions. 

16. Filling up blanks. 

17. Beading of papers. 

18. Bills in second reading to go to committee,— their duty. 

19. Consideration of bills by paragraph on second reading. 

20. Engrossment of bills. 

21. Grants of money or land to be read on two several days, — 

papers from house disagreeing with senate action. 

22. Order of business,— secretary to keep a calendar of bills. 

23. Taking yeas and nays. 

24. No debate after question is put to vote. 

25. Unfinished business to have precedence. 

26. No engprossed bills to be sent to house without notice to senators 

27. Manner of presenting petitions. 

28. Confidentistl communicatlqns to be kept secret. 

29. Suspension of rules. 

30. Excnange of seats. 

31. Absence of senator^ 

32. Committees,— how appointed. 

33. Standing committers of senate. 

34. Senators not to act as counsel. 

35. !&|essa^es and papers,— how carried. 

36. Committee of the whole. 

37. Cushlng*3 Manual, etci, to govern proceedings. 

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1. The President shall take the chair at the time to 
which the senate stands adjourned ; bat in case of his 
absence at such time, the secretary shall preside until 
a president pro tempore be chosen. 

2. At the first session of each day, on the appearance 
of a quorum, the journal of the preceding day shall be 
read ; and the Jrresideut shall ascertain whether a 
quorum is present before such reading. 

3. When the President speaks he shall address the 
senate; when a senator speaks be shall stand in his 
place and address the President. 

4. The President, when he speaks to any member of 
the senate, and the members when referring to each 
other in debate, shall use in their addresses the title of 
senator^ and by way of distinction name the county in 
which he resides. 

5. The President shall have the right to name a 
senator to pei^form the duties of the chair during his 
absence ; but the substitution shall not extend beyond 
im adjournment. 

6. The President shall rise t6 put a question, and 
shall declare all votes; but if any senator doubt the 
vote, all those voting in the affirmative, when called 
upon by the President, shall rise and stand until they 
are counted, and also those in the negative, in like 
manner, to make the vote certain. 

7. The President shall consider a motion to adjourn 
as always first in order, and it shall be decided without 
debate. 

8. When a question is under debate, no motion shall 
be received but to adjourn, to reconsider, to lay on the 
table, to postpone to a day certain, to commit, to 
amend, or to postpone indefinitely ; which several 
motions shall have precedence in the order in which 
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9. A motioti shall be reduced to writing, if desired 
by the President or any senator, and shall then be 
deemed to be in possession of the senase, to be disposed 
of by the senate ; but the mover may withdraw it any 
time before a decision, or any amendment be made to it. 

10. No senator shall address the senate until recog- 
nized by the President, nor more than once to the 
exclusion of any other senator, without leave of the 
senate, if objection is made, unless he be the mover of 
the matter under debate, and not then more than three 
times without leave. 

11. No motion or proposition on a subject dilBferent 
from that under consideration, shall be admitted under 
color of amendment ; nor shall an amendment propos- 
ing to ingraft a general provision of law upon a private 
bill, be in order; nor any amendment beyond the 
Becond degree. 

12. An amendtoent proposed mav be amended before 
it is adopted, but not afterwarcis, unless the vote 
adopting it be first reconsidered, and no senator shall 
be competent to move any reconsideration unless he 
voted with the majority and upon the same or a suc- 
ceeding day ; and a motion to reconsider any vote shall 
not be laid upon the table unless a time shall be 
specially assigned for its consideration. 

18. A motion to reconsider shall take precedence of 
all other questions except a motion to adjourn ; but it 
made while another question is pending, it shall not be 
put until the other question is disposed of, but simply 
entered. 

14. Questions of order shall be decided by the Presi- 
dent without debate ; but if an appeal is taken, the 
Bame may be debated like other questions, and the 
decision thereon shall be entered upon the journal. 

15. A question containing two or more propositions 
capable of division, shall be divided whenever desired 
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16. In filling up blanks, the largest sum and longest 
time shall be put first. 

17. Every paper shall be once read at the table, 
before any senator shall be obliged to vote on it, but 
when the reading of a paper is called for, that has been 
before read to the senate, if any senator object, the 
question shall be determined by the senate. 

18. All bills and resolves in the second reading shall 
be committed to the committee on bills in the second 
reading, to be by them examined, corrected, and so 
reported to the senate. 

19. Upon the second reading of a bill or resolve, 
after the same shall be read through, and before the 
question is put on its passage, it shall be read and 
considered by paragraphs, at the request of any mem- 
ber of the senate ; and no bill or resolve shall have a 
second reading, unless a time (not less than one hour 
after the first reading), be assigned therefor. 

20. No bill or resolve shall pass to be engrossed 
without being twice read ; and all bills and resolves 
immediately after the same shall have been engrossed, 
shall be committed to the committee on engrossed 
bills, whose duty shall be to examine the same, and to 
see that the same have been truly engrossed ; and be- 
fore any bill shall pass to be enacted, or any resolve be 
finally passed, it shall be reported by the committee 
for the examination of engrossed bills, to be truly and 
strictly engrossed, and the title thereof be read by the 
President. 

21. No resolve of any kind, or order making any 
grant of money, lands, or other public property, shall 
be passed without being read on two several days ; the 
time for the second reading shall be assigned by the 
senate. 

22. After the reading of the journal, the following 
shall be the order of business : 

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by a bill or resolve, the first reading of such bill or 
resolve. 

2d, Messages and documents from the executive and 
heads of departments. 

3d, The reception and references of petitions and 
such other papers, except bills and resolves, as require 
action by a committee. 

4th, Reports of committees, and if accompanied by 
a bill or resolve, the first reading of such bill or resolve. 
Bills, resolves, etc., offered by senators, and their ref- 
erence or first reading. 

6th, Bills and resolves reported by the committee 
on bills in the second reading. 

6th, Bills on their passage to be enacted, and re- 
solves on their final passage. 

It shall be the duty of the secretary to number bills 
and resolves in the order in which they shall bo 
reported by said committee, and enter them upon the 
calendar in such order. They shall be taken up for 
their second reading and passage to be engrossed, or 
other disposition, in the order in which thev stand 
upon the calendar. When a bill or resolve, after it is 
put on the calendar, is laid on the table, and no time 
assigned for its further consideration, it shall go to the 
foot of the calendar as it then stands. Papers from the 
house, concerning which there has been a disagreeing 
vote of the two houses, shall be disposed of before 
commencing with the calendar. This rule shall not 
apply to or interfere with motions to reconsider, or 
special assignments or other privileged questions. 

23. When the yeas and nays are taken, the names 
of the senators shall be called alphabetically. 

24. After a question is put to vote, no senator shall 
speak on it. Every senator who may be present shall 
vote unless excused by the senate, or excluded by 
interest. 

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engaged at the time of the last adjournment^ shall 
have preference in the orders of the day. 

26. No engrossed bill or resolve shall be sent to the 
house without notice thereof being given to the senate 
by the President. 

27. Every member who shall present a petition, shall 
place his name thereon and a brief statement of its 
subject, 

28. All confidential communications made by the 

fovemor to the senate^ shall be by the members thereof 
ept inviolably sacred until the senate shall by their 
resolution take off the injunction of secrecy. 

29. No rule shall be dispensed with, except by the 
consent of two-thii*ds of the members present. 

30. Any member of the senate may exchange seats 
on consulting the President and obtaining his per- 
mission. 

31. No member shall absent himself from the senate 
without leave, unless there be a quorum left present. 

32. All committees shall be nominated by the Presi- 
dent (unless when it may be determined that the 
election shall be by ballot), and appointed by the 
senate. 

33. The following standing committees shall be ap- 
pointed at the commencement of the session, viz.: 

STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE. 

On bills in the second reading. 
On engrossed bills. 

To consist of twelve members each. Any one of 
the first, and any two of the second shall constitute a 
quorum. 

34. No member of the senate shall act as counsel 
for any party before any committee of the legislature. 

35. All messages from the senate to the house, and 
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ried by the secretary, unless the senate shall direct 
some other mode of transmission, and all papers shall 
be transmitted to the governor and council, and the 
house, by the s^retary or his assifitant. 

36. The senate may, at any time, upon motion, bjr 
vote of a majority of the members present, resolve itself 
into a committee of the whole for the purpose of con- 
sidering any subject named in the motion; and a 
chairman shall be appointed by the President. If a 
message is announced while the senate is in such com- 
mittee, the President shall resume the chair for the 
purpose of receiving it ; immediately after which, the 
committee shall proceed, until dissolved in the usual 
manner. 

87. The ruleft of parUmnetary practice eomprifled in 
Cushing^s Manual, and Cushing's Law and Practice ot 
Legislative A^sembHea, shall govern the. senate in all 
cases to which they are applicable, and in which they 
are not inconsistent with the standing rules of the 
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RULES OF THE HOUSE. 



CONTKN-TS. 

KT7UB. OV THB DUTIBS AND POWKBS OF THE SPEAKER. 

L To take the chair and call to order; on the appearance of a 
quorum to cause the journal of preceding day to "be read; 
to announce business; to receive and submit all motions; 
to preserve order; to receive and announce messages; to 
authenticate bills and resolves; to name committees; to 
name member to take the chair in committee of the whole. 

2. May address the house on points of order; may vote in all 

casea 

Of the Duties of the Clebk. 

3. To keep the journal; to read papers; to call the roll; notify 

committees; authenticate orders and proceedings; take 
charge of all papers; bear messages; to preside in absence 
of speaker. 

Of the Chaplains. 

4. Services on assembling. 

5. May exchange duties. 

Of the Monitors. 

6. Monitors and their duties. 

7. To inform house if members persist in transgressing the rules. 

Of the Committees. 

8. list of standing committees. 

9. Chairman of committees. 

Of the Rights and Dihtes of Members. 

10. Seats not to be changed without leave. 

11. Kot to sit at speaker's or clerk* s desk without permission. 

12. Member first rising entitled to the floor. 

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4. Not to speak more than twice* 

15. Not to speak out of seat. 

16. Not to act as counsel for any party. 

17. Not to interrupt another while speaking, or sit or stand cot* 

ered during the session. 

18. To deUver to clerk or committee on pay-roll a statement of 

travel. 

19. Absence at commencement of, and during the session. 

20. Members absenting themselves to leave papers with the clerk. 

21. Breach of rules and orders. 

22. To vote unless excused; not to leave seat after voting until a 

return is had. 

23. To keep secret proceedings with closed doors* 

24. What persons admitted to the halL 

Oir PROcsEDraas and Dbbatk. 
26. Order of business. 

26. Calendar of bills to be made. 

27. Unfinished business to have preference in orders of the day. 

28. Debate; precedence of motions; questions of concurrence. 

29. Motion to adjourn always in order; no debate on same. 

30. Motion to lay on table does not preclude further consideration 

on the same day. 

31. Motions for the previous question. 

32. What propositions are divisible; motions to strike out and 

insert. 

33. FiUing of blanks and assignment of times. 

34. Amendment of one section not to preclude amendment of a 

prior section. 

35. Amendments foreign to the subjeet-matter not admissible. 

86. When motions may be withdrawn. 

87. Motions to be put in writing if required. 

38. Motions to be read by member before being laid on the table. 

39. Vote, manner of taking, — yeas and nays. 
.40. Reconsideration, rules and questions of. 

41. Papers relating to reconsideration of vote to remain in pos- 
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42. In elections by ballot, the thn* tabeaaalgBed one day previous 

thereto. 

43. Beading of papers to be decided by the house* 

44. Questions of order decided o^ ^peal to be entered on journal 

of the house, with decision. 
4& Pro^positions re<piiri]|g opiAlon of supreme jud^. not to ba 

acted upon until the next day. 
4G. Petitions, presentation and indorsement of. 
47. Bills and resQlves to be examined by Qommittee <m bills ixk 

third reading. 
43. BesQlTes ai^^ropriating land and money to have their second 

reading on Wednesday of the week following. 
49. Engrossed biUs and resolves. 
60. Grants of land, money, or public property, tobeftocompanied 

by statement of facts; must be read on two several days. 
51. Bills and resolves of public nature not to be received unless 

reported by a committee, without leave; such bills or re- 
solves to be laid over one day.. 
59. No legislation affecting rights of individuals or corporations 

without previous notice. 

53. Bills to have three several readings; resolves two several 

readings. 

54. Speaker to give notice when sending engrossed bill or resolve 

to the senate. 

55. Proceedings when bill is returned by the governor with ob- 

jections. 

56. Gushing* s Manual to govern when not inconsistent with rules 

of the house. 

57. No rule to be dispensed with without consent of two-thirds 

of members present. 
56. No rule to be altered or repealed, or new rule to be adopted, 
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KULES. 

DUTIES AND POWERS OP THE SPEAKER. 

1. It shall be the duty of the speaker to take the chair 
at the hour to which the house shall have adjourned^ 
call the members to order, and, after the appearance of 
a quorum, cause the journal of the preceding day to 
be read; 

To announce the business before the house in th^ 
order in which it is to be acted upon ; 

To receive and submit to vote all motiotis and prop- 
ositions regularly moved or that necessarily arise in 
the course of proceedings, and announce the result ; , 

To '^strain the members, when engaged in debate, 
within the rules of order; and to enforce, on all occa- 
sions, the observance of order and decorum among the 
members ; 

To decide all questions of order, subject to an appeal 
to the house ; 

To receive all messages and other eommunicationa 
and announce them to the house ; 

To authenticate by his signature Hlls that have 
passed to be enacted, and resolves finally passed ; 

To name the members who are to serve on commit- 
tees, unless the house otherwise direct ; 

To appoint the member who shall take the chair, 
when the house has determined to go into committee 
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his absence for a time not exceeding tlie remainder of 
the day. 

2. The speaker may address the house on points of 
order, in preference to other members ; and may vote 
in all cases. 

DUTIES OF THE CLERK. 

3. The clerk shall keep a journal of what is done by 
the house ; read papers when required by the house or 
speaker ; call the roll alphabetically, and note the an- 
swers of members, when the house orders, or when a 
question is taken by yeas and nays ; notify committees 
of their appointment and of the business referred to 
them ; authenticate by his signature all the orders and 
proceedings of the house not authenticated by the 
speaker ; have charge of all the documents and papers 
of every kind confided to the care of the house ; bear 
all messages and transmit all papers from the house to 
the governor or to the senate, unless the house shall 
otherwise order; make up the pay-roll of the mem- 
bers ; and in the absence of the speaker at the hour tor 
meeting, shall preside until a speaker jc^ro tern, be chosen ; 
and at the close of the session shall file in an orderly 
manner all papers and documents, in possession of the 
house, passed upon or received during the session ; and 
at the commencement of the next legislature, shall pre- 
side until the election of speaker, and record the doings 
of the house until a new clerk shall be chosen and 
qualified; and in the absence of the clerk, the assistant 
clerk shall be clerk pro tempore with power to appoint 
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CHAPLAINS. 

4. Every morning, the house, on assembling, shall 
join with the chaplain in religious service. 

5. The chaplains may exchange duties with each 
other or with the chaplains of the senate. 

MONITORS. 

6. One monitor shall be appointed by the speaker 
for each division of the house, whose duty shall be, to 
see to the observance of the rules of the house, and on 
demand of the speaker, to return the number of votes 
and members in his division. 

7. If any member shall transgress any of the rules 
of the house, and persist therein, after being notified 
thereof by any monitor, it shall be the duty of such 
monitor to give information thereof to the house. 

COMMITTEES. 

8. The following standing committees shall be ap- 
pointed at the commencement of the session, whose 
duty shall be to consider all subjects referred to them 
and report thereon : 

On ways and means. 
On leave of absence. 
On change of names. 
On bills in the third reading. 
On engrossed bills. 
On elections, 
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On county estimates, 
To consist of one member from each county 

On the business of the House, 
To consist of three members. 
9* In all elections by ballot, of committees ot Xhe 
house, the person having the highest number of votes 
shall act as chairman. In case two or more persons 
receive the same number of votes, the committee, by 
a majority of their number, shall elect a chairman. 

EIGHTS AND DUTIES OF MEMBKKS. 

10. The seat which a member draws at the com- 
mencement of the session, shall be his during the ses- 
sion, unless he shall have leave of the speaker to 
change it. 

11. No member shall sit at the desk of the speaker 
or clerk, except by the permission of the speaker. 

12. When two or more members rise at the same 
time, the speaker shall name the person to speak ; but 
in all cases the member who shall lise first and address 
the chair, shall speak first. 

13. No member shall interrupt another while speak- 
ing, except to call to order, or to correct a mistake. 

14. No member shall speak more than twice to the 
same question, without first asking leaVe of the house. 

15. No member ishall speak out of his place without 
leave from the chair, nor without first rising and ad- 
dressing the speaker; and he dhall sit down as soon M 
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16. No member shall act as counsel for any party, 
T^efore a joint committee of the legislature, or a com- 
mittee of this house. 

17. No member shall be permitted to stand up to 
the interruption of another, while any member is speak- 
ing, or pass unnecessarily between the speaker of the 
house and the person speaking ; or stand in an alley, 
or sit or stand covered, during the session of the house. 

18. Every member shall make out and deliver to the 
clerk a statement of 
the number of miles usually travelled in going from 
his residence to the seat of government. 

19. Every member who shall neglect to give his at- 
tendance in the house for more than six days after the 
session commences, shall, on making his appearance 
therein, be held to render the reason for such neglect ; 
and in case the reason assigned shall be deemed by the 
house sufficient, such member shall be entitled to re- 
ceive pay for his travel, and not otherwise ; and no 
member shall be absent more than two days without 
leave of the house ; and no member shall have such 
leave, unless it be reported by the committee on leave 
of absence; and no leave of absence shall avail any 
member who retains his seat more than five days from 
the time the same was obtained. 

20. Any member having obtained leave of absence, 
and having in his possession any papers relating to the 
business before the house, shall leave the same to the 
clerk. 



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, 21. When any member shall be guilty of a breach' 
of any of the rules and orders of the house, and the 
house has detennined he has so transgressed, he shall 
not be allowed to vote, or speak, unless by way of ex- 
cuse for the same, until he has made satisfaction. 

22. Every member who shall be in the house when 
a question is put, where he is not excluded by interest, 
shall give his vote, unless the house, for special reason, 
shall excuse him, and when the yeas and nays are or- 
dered, no member shall leave his seat until the vote is 
declared. In all elections by the house, or in joint 
ballot of the two houses, no member shall leave his 
seat, after voting, before a return of the house is had. 

23. When the galleries shall be ordered to be cleared 
or shut, che matter which may occasion such order, 
shall be kept secret by each member, until the house 
shall order such injunction of secresy to be taken off. 

24. No person not a member or officer of the house, 
except members of the senate, its secretary and assis-' 
tants, the governor and council, state treasurer, secre- 
tary of State, land-agent, adjutant-general, judges of 
the supreme judicial court, chaplains of the senate, and 
reporters of the proceedings and debates of the house, 
shall be admitted within the representatives' hall un- 
less invited by some member of the house. 

PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES. 

25. After the reading of the journal, the following 
shall be the order of business : 



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Ist, Senate papers, and first reading of aecompany- 
ing bills and resolves ; 

2d, Messages and documei^s finom the executive and 
heads of departments ; 

3d, Receptions of petitions, bills, and resolves, re- 
quiring reference to any committee ; 

4th, Orders; 

5th, Reports of committees and first reading of bills 
or resolves ; 

6th, Bills and resolves reported by committee on 
bills in the third reading, and on their passage to be 
engrossed ; 

7th, Bills on their passage to be enacted ; 

8th, Orders of the day. 

The speaker shall announce each item of business in 
its turn, and no paper shall be taken up out of its reg 
ular order, except by the unanimous consent of the 
house. The orders of the day shall take precedence 
of all other business at the expiration of the morning 
hour. 

26. It shall be the duty of the clerk to make up 
daily a calendar of bills, resolves, and other papers, 
assigned for that day's consideration, and also a calen- 
dar of bills and resolves which have had their first 
reading, and showing the disposition that has been 
made of each. 

27. The unfinished business in which the house was 
engaged at the time of the last adjournment, shall 
have preference in the orders of the day, and shall 

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continue to be among the orders of the day for each 
succeeding day until disposed o^ and no motion or 
other business shall be wceived, without special leave 
of the house until the former is disposed of. 

28. When a question is under debate, no motion 
Bhall be received, but 

1st, To adjourn ; 

2d, To lay on the table ; 

3d, For the previous question ; 

4th, To commit; 

5th, To postpone to a day certain ; 

6th, To amend ; 

7th, To postpone indefinitely ; 

Which several motions shall have precedence in the 
order in which they are arranged. 

Questions of concurrence or otherwise with the sen- 
ate shall have precedence of each other in the follow- 
ing order : 

1st, To i:ecede , 

2d, To concur; 

8d, To insist ; 

4th, To adhere. 

29. A motion to adjourn shall always be first in or- 
der, and shall be decided without debate. 

30. A vote to lay a proposition on the table shall not 
preclude the further consideration of it on the same 
day. 

31. When motion for the previous question is made, 
the consent of one-third of the members present shall 



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be necessary to authorize the speaker to entertain it. 
No debate shall be allowed until the matter of consent 
is determined. The previous question shall be sub- 
mitted in the following words . S?KiU the main queS" 
tion be put now f No member shall speak more than 
five minutes on the motion for the previous question, 
and while that question is pending, a motion to lay on 
the table shall be decided without debate. A call for 
the yeas and nays, or for division of a question, shall 
be in order after the main question has been ordered 
to be put. After the adoption of the previous ques- 
tion, the vote shall be taken forthwith upon amend- 
ments, and then upon the main question. 

32. Propositions to amend by striking out and in- 
serting dates, numbers and simis, are not divisible ; but 
all propositions, otherwise divisible, shall be divided 
at the request of any ten members. A motion to strike 
out being lost, shall neither preclude amendments, nor 
a motion to strike out and insert. 

33. In filling blanks, and in assigning times for the 
consideration of business, the largest sum and longest 
time shall be put first. 

34. When a proposition consists of several para- 
graphs or sections, amendment of one of them shall 
not preclude amendment of a prior paragraph or sec* 
tion. 

35. No motion or proposition on a subject different 
from that under consideration shall be admitted under 
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36. After a motion or order is stated or read by tiie 
speaker, and seconded, it shall be regarded as in the 
possession of the house, and shall be disposed of by 
vote of the house. But any motion or order may be 
withdrawn by the mover at any time before a decision 
or amendment, except a motion to reconsider, which 
shall not be withdrawn except by consent of the house. 

37. Every motion shall be reduced to writing, if re- 
quired by the speaker or by any member. 

38. No member shall be permitted to lay a motion 
in writing on the table, until he shall have read the 
same in his place. 

39. When a vote having been declared by the 
speaker, is doubted, the members for and against the 
question, when called on by the speaker, shall rise and 
stand till they are counted, and the vote made certain 
without further debate. But a call for the yeas and 

. nays shall be in order at any time before such a vote is 
made certain and declared. 

40. When a motion has been once made and carried 
in the affirmative, or negative, it shall not be in order 
for any member who voted in the minority, to move 
for a reconsideration thereof; but any member who 
voted with the majority, or in the negative on a tie 
vote, may move to reconsider on the same or succeed- 
ing day. A motion to reconsider shall not be post- 
poned nor laid on the table without a time certain as- 
signed for its further consideration. When a motion 
for reconsideration has been decided, the vote shall 



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not be reconsidered. A motion to reconsider shall not 
be in order, more than once on the same question. 

41. When a member shall move, or give notice of 
his intention to move, a reconsideration of any vote, 
the papers to which the motion relates shall remain in 
possession of the clerk until the question of recon- 
sideration shall have been decided, or the right to 
move such question is lost. 

42. In all elections by ballot of the house a time 
shall be assigned for such election, at least one day 
previous thereto. 

43. When a reading of a paper is called for, which 
has been before read to the house, and the same is ob- 
jected to by any member, the question of reading shall 
be determined by a vote of the house. 

44. Every question of order, which shall be decided 
on appeal, shall be entered on the journal of the house, 
with the decision thereon. 

45. A proposition to require the opinion of the 
judges of the supreme court, as provided by the con- 
stitution, shall not be acted upon until the next day 
after such proposition is made. 

46. All petitions, memorials, and other papers ad- 
dressed to the house, shall be presented by the speaker, 
or by a member in his place, and shall be indorsed 
with the name of the person presenting it, and the 
subject-matter of the same. They shall be read by 
th€ speaker, clerk, or such other person as the speaker 
may request^ and shall be taken up in the order they 



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were first presented, unless the house shall otherwise 
direct. 

47. All bills in their third reading, and resolves in 
their second reading, shall be committed to the stand- 
ing committee on bills in the third reading, to be by 
them examined and corrected. 

48. All resolves appropriating money or land shall 
have their second reading on Wednesday of the week 
following that of their first reading. 

49. All engrossed bills and resolves shall be com- 
mitted to the standing committee on engrossed bills, 
to be strictly examined ; and if found by them to be 
truly and strictly engrossed, they shall so report to the 
house, and the question shall be taken without any 
further reading, unless on motion of any member, a 
majority of the house shall be in favor of reading the 
same as engrossed. 

50. Every bill, or resolve, providing for the grant 
of money, land, or other public property, which may 
be laid on the table by leave, and any report of a com- 
mittee upon any bill or resolve providing for such 
grant, shall be accompanied by a wiitten statement of 
facts in each case ; and no such bill or resolve shall be 
considered before such statement is made, or pass 
without being read on two several days. 

51. 'No new bill or resolve of a public nature, shall 
be received, except it be reported by a committee, un- 
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not reported by a committee, shall be laid upon the 
table for one day, before further action thereon. 

52. No act or resolve shall be passed affecting the 
rights of individuals or corporations, without previous 
notice to such individuals or corporations. 

53. No bill shall pass to be engrossed until it shall 
have had three several readings; the times for the 
second and third readings shall be assigned by the 
house ; but if no objection is made, the second reading 
may be by title, and at the time of the first. Every 
resolve which shall require the approval of the gover- 
nor, shall have two several readings ; the second read- 
ing shall be subject to the provisions of the third read- 
ing of bills. 

64. No engrossed bill or resolve shall be sent to 
the senate, without notice thereof being given to the 
house by the speaker. 

55. When, a bill or resolve shall be returned by the 
governor with his objections, the question shall be 
stated by the chair, ShcUl this bill become a law not- 
withatanding the objections of the governor? and the 
same in substance in case of a resolve ; which question 
may be postponed to a day within the session, not ex- 
ceeding one week, or may be committed. But no other 
question shall apply to bills and resolves originating in 
either branch. 

56. The rules of parliamentary practice comprised 
in Cushing's Manual, excepting section 51, relating to 
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oases to which they are applicable, and in which they 
are not inconsistent with the standing rules and orders 
of the house, and the joint rules of the senate and 
house of representatives, / 

57. No rule or order of the house shall be dispensed 
with, unless two-thirds of the members present shall 
consent thereto. 

58. No rule or order of the house shall be altered or 
repealed, nor shall any new standing rule or order be 
adopted, unless one day's previous notice thereof be 
^ven in each case ; and such notice shall be entered 
on the joumaL 



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JOINT RULES OF THE TWO HOUSES. 



CONTEJNXS. 

BITLX. 

1. Kame of joint standing committees. 

2. Joint select committees, three and seven. 

3. Joint committees to be entered on the journal of each honsei 
4u Manner of presenting reports. 

5. Orders relating to statutes to state the Bubject-matterthcreot 
a Titles to bills and resolves. 

7. Forms of bills and resolves. 

8. Notice to be given by one branch to the other, of disagreeing 

action; bills and resolves to be presented to tho governor 
for approval. 

9. Indorsement of papers to be by secretary; final passage to be 

indorsed by presiding officers. 

10. Bills or resolves of public nature to be printed. 

11. Number of copies of printed documents; proportion to each 

house. 

12. Business which may be done in convention. 

13. Committees of conference ; reports thereof. 

14. Measures finally acted on not to be revived; except on three 

days' notice. 
16. Messages, how announced. 

16. Suspensi6n of rules. 

17. Not to vote where their private rights, distinct from their 

public interests, are concerned. 



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JOINT RULES. 



1. The following joint standing committees shall be 
appointed at the commencement of the session, viz. : 
On the judiciary, 
On financial afBiirs, 
On federal relations, 
On military affairs, 
On commerce. 
On railroads. 
On ways and bridges, 
On mercantile affairs and insurance. 
On legal affairs, 
On education, 
On banks and banking, 
On agriculture. 
On manufactures. 
On interior waters, 
On State lands and State roads. 
On towns. 
On counties, 
On fisheries and game. 
On Indian affairs, 
On claims. 
On pensions. 
On insane hospital. 
On reform school. 
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On State prison. 
On public buildings, 
On the library, 

And each of said committees shall consist of three' 
on the part of the senate, and seven on the part of the 
house, with leave to report by bill or otherwise. 

2. Joint select conmiittees shall consist of three on 
the part of the senate, and seven on the part of the 
house, unless the order creating the same shall provide 
a different number. 

8. Whenever a select committee shall be appointed 
by either house, and be joined by the other, it shall be 
the duty of the secretary of the senate, or the ck rk of 
the house, as the case may be, to transmit, one to the 
other, the names of the members so joined, in order 
that they may be entered upon the journal of each 
house. 

4. In presenting a report upon any matter referred 
to a committee, such report shall set forth the subject 
referred, and the substance shall also be briefly in- 
dorsed on the back of the same. 

6. Orders directing inquiry in relation to an exist- 
ing statute, shall state the subject-matter of such 
statute J also the chapter and section to which the in- 
quiry is directed. 

6. The titles of all bills and resolves shall state, 
briefly, the subject-matter of the same. 

7. The enacting clause of every bill shall follow its 
title, in these words, viz. : 



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** £e it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives in Legislature assembled^ as follows : " 

All bills and resolves reported by any joint commit- 
tee shall be written in a fair, le^ble hand, on not less 
than a sheet of paper. And in all bills having more 
than one section, the sections shall be consecutively 
numbered, beginning -with *• Section 1." 

Mistakes in bills and resolves, merely clerical, may 
be corrected upon suggestion, without a motion to 
amend. 

8. When a bill, resolve, or order, which shall have 
passed one house, is rejected in the other, notice there- 
of shall be given to the house in which the same shall 
have passed, by the secretary or clerk, as the case may 
be. And every bill that shall have passed both houses 
to be enacted, and all resolutions having the force of 
law, that shall have finally passed both houses, shall be 
presented by the secretary of the senate to the govern- 
or, for his approval ; and the secretary of the senate 
shall enter on the journal of the senate the day on 
which such bills or resolutions are so presented to the 
governor. 

9. All indorsements on papers, while on their pas- 
sage between the two houses, shall be under the sig- 
nature of the secretary of the senate, or the clerk ol 
the house, respectively ; but after the final passage oi 
bills and resolves they shall be signed by the presiding 
officer of each house. 

10. Every bill or resolve of a public nature, and 
every bill or res(»lve appropriating money or disposing 
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in either house by a oommittee, or laid upon the table 
by 'leave, shall be printed' and distributed in both 
houses before having its first reading. The printed 
copies shall show by what committee the bill or resolve 
was reported, or by what member laid upon the table. 

11. Whenever any document shall be printed for the 
use of the legislature, the number of copies shall be 
three hundred and fifty, unless otherwise ordered. The 
copies printed shall be delivered to the messengers of 
the two houses in the proportion of one-fourth for the 
use of the senate, and three-fourths for the use of the 
house, after reserving seventy-five copies for the de* 
partments and for binding. 

12. No business shall be transacted in convention at 
the two houses, unless by unanimous consent, except 
such as may be agreed upon before the convention is 
formed. 

13. Committees of conference shall consist of three 
members on the part of each house representing its 
vote, and their report, if agreed to by a majority of 
each committee, shall be made to the branch asking 
the conference, and may be either accepted or rejected; 
but no other action shall be had, except through aiv- 
other ccmimittee of conference. 

14. When any measure shall be finally rejected, it 
shall not be revived except by reconsideration ; and no 
measure containing the same subject-matter shall be 
introduced during the session, unles three days' notice 
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15. Whenever a message shall be sent from the sen- 
ate to the honse, it shall be announced at the door by 
the messenger of the senate, and shall be communica- 
ted respectftiUy to the chair by the bearer of it. In 
like manner messages from the house shall be commu- 
nicated to the senate, — ^the messenger of the house an- 
nouncing them at the door of the senate. 

16. No joint rule or order shall be suspended with- 
out the consent of two-thirds of the members present 
in each house. 

17. No member shall be permitted to vote on any 
question in either branch of the legislature, nor in 
committee, whose private right, distinct from public 
interest, is immediately involved. 



MEMORANDA. 



1. Orders, motions in writing, and reports of commit- 
tees, should never be presented on less than half a 
sheet of paper. 

2. When a r^ort of a committee is made to either 
house, it should be accompanied by the order ap- 
pointing fiaid committee. 

8. Petitions, memorials, anf remonstrances from towns 
in their corporate capacity, should be indorsed thus, 

^Petition of toton of ^ [stating concisely the 

subject-matter thereot]. 

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4. Petitions, memorials, and remonstrances from in- 
dividuals, should be indorsed thus, ** Petition of 
y and others of the tovm of ^** [stating con- 
cisely the subject-matter thereof], 

5. Petitions, memorials, and remonstrances from coi> 
porations, should be indorsed thus, ^Petition of 

^ [naming the corporation and stating ooiif 

cisely the subject-matter thereof]. 

6. The name of the member presenting petitions, me- 
morials, and remonstrances, should be indorsed on 
the back thereof near the bottom^ with the place of 
his residence. 

7. The member presenting an order ^ shoxdd put bis 
name thereto on the inside, at the bottom of the 
page, on the left, with the place of his residence. 

8. Petitions, memorials, and remonstrances on which 
leave to withdraw was ordered by a former legisla- 
ture, cannot be recalled from the files with a view 
of being again referred. The original^ however, 
may be taken from the files, and the subject pre- 
sented de novo, • 

9. Bills and resolves refused a passage^ r^ected or 
postponed indefinitely by a former legislature, can- 
Oiot be called from the files with a view of being 

considered by the present legislature. 



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190 AJnrUAL BB6ISTEB OF MAINB. 

10. The heading or caption of bills, should be as fol« 
lows : 

STATE OF MAESTE. 

In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred 
and sixty-nine. 

An act 

Be it enacted by the Senate and Mouse of Represent 
tatives in Legislature assembled^ as follows : 

11. The caption of bbsolyes, as follows: 

STATE OF MAINE. 
[ Omitting the year required in biUa.] 



Re soive 



12. The caption of obdebs, as follows : 

STATE OF MAINE. 

In S1.NATK, ^,1869. 

or In House of Bepbesentatiyes, , 1869. 

Ordered^ 

13. All bills amending a statute, by striking out words 
from any section or independent clause thereof or 
by adding or inserting other words and provis- 
ions, should recite the section or clause as it would 
lead after being amended as proposed. 



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LAW OFFICES OF 

NATHAN & HENRY B. CLEAVES, 

30 BoDehange Street, 

PORTI^AND, - MAINE. 

Nathan Cleayes, Henry B. Cleaves, 
Stephen C. Perry. 



Robinson Ss Libby, 

Attorneys - at - Law, 

493 Main Street, 
ROCKLAND, . MAINE. 

J. O. Robinson. John F. Idbby. 



Wm. H. Fogler, 

400 MAIN STREET, 

ROCKLAND, MAINE. 



VOSE Sd McLELLAN, 
SnocMiore to Barkir, VoM & Barktr. 

Counsellors-at-Law 

AND 

Notaries Public, 

BANGOR, - MAINE. 



Josiah Crosby. J. W. Crosby. 

Crosby & Crosby, 

AttortteyaJt CnunnellorB-at-LnWf 
DEXTER, ME. 

References (by permission), First 
National Bank of Dexter; Dexter 
Savings Bank. Collections a spec- 
ialty by Jnnior Partner. 



JOBIT C. and F. H. COBB, 

Counse!lors-at-Law. 

Si| Bxehauge 81., Porlland, Me. 



C. B. ROBERTS, 

Attorney -at -Law 

AND 

Notary Public, 

OA RIBO Ui - MA MNJS. 



James Frank Holland, 

Notary Public, 

Attoney and Real Estate Agent, 

Offices Ko, 80 Main St.^ 
BOULTON, - MAINS, 



B. DUDLEY FREEMAN, 

Room 21, First National Bank Bldg., 

PORTLAND, ME. 
Saturdays at Yarmouth. 



CHABLES A. TRUE. 
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW, 

Union Mutual Bldj^., cor. Congress 
and Exchange Sts. 

PORTLAND, - MAINE. 



J. B. TRAFTON, 

Attorney-At-Law, 

Fort Fairfield, Me. 



HAMILTON & HALET, 
Attorneys - at - Law, 

95 Main Street, 
BIDDEFORD, - ME. 



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DRDHHONDADRDHHOND, 
Attorneys -at -Law, 

390 Consrre88 St» 
PORTLAND, - ME. 



.^ Looke & Looke, 

ittorneys&Connsellors-at-Law, 

180 Middle St. 

Near Bxchange, Portland, Me. 
Joseph A. Locke. Ira 8. Locke. 



FRANK 8i LARRABEE, 

-» Attorneys and Counsellors -at- Law.*»- 

OXFOBD BlTItiDIMO, 185 Xlddle Street, Portland, He. 

M. P. Frank. P. J. Lab»abe», Notary PnbHo, 



Stroat,6a^&Stront, 

Attorneys ud CoiiBfllloR>at^w. 

No. 62 Exchange St., 

Cumberland Bank Bidg., PORTUND, ME. 

S. C. Strout, H. W. Gage, 
C. A. Stroat. 



ArdoD W. Coombs. William K. Neal . 

Coombs & Neal, 

COUNSBLLOB8 -AT- LAW, 

Portland Sayings Bank Bldg., 

8S Bmehange 8t,f Partiand^ Jfe. 

X 



Geo. E. Googrins* 

Attorney ft CoDnsellor-at-Law . 

98 Exchange St., 
PORTLAND, - ME. 

(Jose Bailding.) 



I. a. MoLABREN, 

Attorney -at -Law, 

OrerWhAleB'S Store, 
JBASTPOBTf - MAINE, 



\ a. ^. S-A-TT^TBS, 



Wholesale and Betail Dealer in 



PIANOS & ORGANS, 

■ Band Instruments and Musio Books. 

yiolins, Banjos, Guitars, Mandolins, Cornets, Drums and Mu- 
; sical Merchandise. Fine yioUn and Banjo Strings. 

414 Congress Street, Under Congress Hall. 

FOK/TL^ITID, 3^EI. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OBI>EB8 BT MAIL. 

Trade supplied with Fine Strin 
Please Send 1 



^s and Musical Merchandise, 
rial Order. 



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COURT DIRECTORY AND COUNTY OFFICERS. 



F«r days •■ wkick C«nrts are kaMea, see Calendar Pas'eft* 
Far Maaicipal Caarts, see tawas* 

Date indicates the last year of senrice. 
Hapreme JT adidal Caart. 

Salaries, $8,600. 

JOHN A. PBTBR3 Chibf Justios Bangor. 

"^LuciHus A. Emery Ellsworth. 

v^Bnoch Faster Bethel. 



v^. 



ASSOCIATE JUSTIOBS. 

V" Charles W. Walton Deering. 

v^m. Wirt Virgin Portland. 

^^Artemas Libhey Augusta. 



v-Thomas H. Haskell Portland. 

«^William P. Whitehouae.. Augusta. 



OLBRKS S. J. OOUBt. 



O.ndroscoggin 1884 . . Isaac W . Hanson Auburn. 

v-Aroo3took 1894. .Michael M.Clark Houlton. 

vOnmberland 1894. .Beni. C. Stone Porthmd. 






< 



rFranklin 1894. .E. £. Richards Farmington. 

^^Hancock 1894. .John F. Knowlton BUsworth. 

1^ Kennebec 1892. . Winfield S. Choate Auguata. 

^-Knox 1892. .Ralph R. Ulmer Rockland. 

^Xincoln. 1894. .Frank A. Creamer Wiscasset. 

V Oxford 1894.. Albert S.Austin Paris. 

^^enobsoot 1894. .Charles F. Sweet Bangor. 

vPlscataquis 1892. . Henrv B. Flint Dover. 

'^Sagadahoc 1894. .Joseph M. Hayes. Bath. 

vSomerset 1892. Newell W. Brainerd Skowhegan. -^^ 

vW^aldo 1894. .Tileston Wadlin Belfast. X 

V Washington 1892. . Phineas H. Longfellow Machias. ■ 

^York 1894. .James £. Hewey Alfred. 

^^Dhas. E. LiTTLBPiEiiD.. Attorney-General (salary, $1,000) Augusta. 

^Oharles Hamlin Reporter of Decisions (salary $600 

and copyrights) Bangor.^ 

Rbubl Smith Stenographer to C. J. (salary $1,500). . . .Bangor. 

COUNTY ATTORNMYS. v 

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LAndroscoggin William H. Newell. ^ Lewiston. . . . $600\ 

MJ^oostook. Charles F. Daf!^ett.\ Presque Isle. . . . 600 \ 



/tyumberland Frank W. Robinson.*. Portland. 

" Aset Chas. A. True Portland. . . 

VC^anklln F. E. Timberlake Phillips. . . 

^Hancock B. P. Spofford Deer Isle. . , 

•jKennebec Leroy T. Carleton Winthrop. . . 

^Kuox Washington R. Prescott Rockland. . . 

VZJncoln CD. Castner Waldoboro. . . 

^Oxford Edward C. Walker Lovell. . . 

If enobsoot Charles A. Bailey Bangor. . . 

f^iscataquis Miles W. Mcintosh Brownville. . . 

iLSagadahoe Chaa. D. Newell Richmond. . . 

i^omerset Frank W. Hovey Pittefleld... 

^;Waldo Fred W. Brown Belfast. . . 

^Washington Fred I. Campbell Cherryfield. . . 

I^ork .Walter P. Perkins Cornish. . . 



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193 ANNUAL BEGISTEB OF MAINE. 

LAW TBRM8 OF BUFRKMB JUDTOIAL OOTTBT. 

The State of Maine is divided into three Judicial Districts, as follows : 

Eastern Z>i5Mo<— Aroostook, Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Waldo, 
and Washington counties. 

Aficfcf^e 7>i8Mc^— Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and Somerset 
counties. 

Western ZXxfric^Androscoggin, Cumberland, Franklin, Oxford, and 
York counties. 

There are annual sessions of the Supreme Judicial Court as a court of 
law, holden as follows : 

At Bangor, on the third Tuesday of June, for the eastern district ; at Au- 

Eista, on the fourth Tuesday of May, for the middle district; and at Port- 
nd, on the third Tuesday of July, for the western district. 

NISI PBIU8 TSBMS. 

Trial terms of the court are held annually as follows : 

Androsoog gin— At Auburn, on the third Tuesday of January, April, and 
September, civil and criminal. 

Aroostook—At Houlton, on the last Tuesday of Febmanr, and third Tues- 
day of September, civil. [The Superior Court has exclusive criminal juris- 
diction, except of the highest crimes.] 

Cumoerlaivi — At Portland, on the second Tuesday of January, April, and 
October, civil. [The Superior Court has exclusive criminal Jurisdiction.] 

Franklin— At Farming[ton, on the first Tuesday of March, and fourth 
Tuesday of September, «vil and criminal. 

Bdnoock— At Ellsworth, on the second Tuesday of April and Oetober» 
elvil and criminal, and on the third Tuesday of January, civil. 

Kennebec— At Augusta, on the first Tuesday of March, and third Tuesday 
of October, civil. [The Superior Court has exclusive criminal Jurisdiction.] 

JTnox— At Rockland, on the second Tuesday of March, third Tuesday or 
September, and second Tuesday of December, civil and criminal. 

Lincoln— At Wiscasset, on the fourth Tuesday of April and October, civil 
and criminal. 

Oxford— At Paris, on the second Tuesday of October and February, civil 
and criminal; and on first Tuesday of May, civil, unless otherwise ordered. 

Penobscot— At Bangor, on the first Tuesday of January, April, and Octo- 
ber, civil; and on the first Tuesday of February, and seoond Tuesday of 
August, criminal. 

^scatcMuis— At Dover, on the last Tuesday of February, and Iburth 
Tuesday of September, civil and criminal. 

Scigadahoc— At Bath, on the first Tuesday of April, third Tuesday of 
August, and third Tuesday of December, civil and criminaL 

^ymerset— At Skowhegan, on the third Tuesday of March, September^ 
and December, civil and criminal. 

Waldo— At Belfast, on the first Tuesday of January, and the third Tues- 
days of April and October, civil and criminal. 

WoAhtngton— At Machias, on the first Tuesday of January and October, 
and at Calais, on the fourth Tuesday of April, civil and criminal. 

York— At Saoo, on the first Tuesday of January; and at Alfi^d, on tht 
third Tuesdays of May and September, civil and criminal. 

L'-^PBRonrAL BoNKBY (salary, $2,600).. Judge. ua:^./.\r*.Pk.^... Portland. 

, .Benj. O. Stone Clerk '.^ Portland. 

Jlerbert F. Libby Dep. Clerk. . (Portland P. O.) J>eering. 

Reuel SmaU -Reporter. . .(PortlandP. O.). .Deering. 

Geo. H. Hodsdon Messenger Portland. 

The terms are held at Portland, on the first Tuesday of every month ex- 
cept June, July, and August ; the January, Mav, and September terms being 
for oivil and oruninal trials, the others for elTxl trials exclnsiTely. 



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l/^ixsTEB, G. Haxl (salary. $2,600, with $200 additional for ^ ^ -^^ 

expenses at Waterville) Judjfe , . . . Waterville. 

U'-Winfleld S. Choate Clerk /^ Aaguata. 

Frank A. Small Reporter Aagosta. 

The terms are held at Aagosta, on the first Tuesday of April, Sept., and 
I>ooei)aLber; at Watenriile on the second Tuesday of June and November. 
The Jane, and November terms being for civil trials; the others for civil 
and criminal trials. 

L-^-WHii^iAM M. BOBINSON (salary, $1,800). . JudgeVA ^ik . T. .Hoolton. 

^^..-ilichael M. Clark Clerk . . I » . . . » v . . Houlton. 

The terms are held at Caribou, on the first Tuesdays of December and 
Mav; at Houlton, on the first Tuesdays of November and April; the May 
ana November terms being for criminal and civil trials; the December 
and April terms being for civil trials exclusively. 

C«Hrts mi. Pr«lMite aad lH«*lTenc7« 

jui>as8. 

Androscoggin 1892 .Franklin M. Drew Lewiston $600 

Aroostook 1892. .George H. Smith Fresque Isle. ... 600 

Cumberland 1892. .Henry C. Peabody Portland. . . .1600 

Franklin 1892. James Morrison Phillips.... 360 

Hancock 1894.. Oscar P. Cunningham Bucksport. . . . 800 

Kennebec 1892. .Henry S.Webster Gardiner 700 

Knox 1892. . Reuel Robinson Camden. ... 826 

Lincoln 1892. . Orrin McFadden.? Dresden. ... 800 

Oxford 1892. . George A. Wilson Paris (South). ... 860 

Penobscot 1892 .James H. Burgess Oldtown 800 

Piscataquis 189l..£]ias J. Hale Foxcroft 800 

Sagadahoc 1892. .William T. Hall Richmond. ... 400 

Somerset 1892. .Turner Buswell Solon.... 360 

Waldo 1892. .George E. Johnson Belfast. ... 300 

Washington 1892. .George R. Gardner Calais. ... 600 

York ...1892.. Nathaniel Hobbs No. Berwick. .. . 700 

BBGISTBRS. 

Androscoggin 1892. . Fred. O. Watson Auburn. . . .$660 

Aroostook 1892. . Ransford W. Shaw Houlton. ... 600 

Cumberland 1892. . Edward C. Reynolds. Portland. ... 800 

BVanklin 1894 .Frank W. Butler Farmington. ... 600 

Hancock 1892. Chas. P. Dorr Ellsworth. ... 600 

Kennebec 1892. . Howard Owen Augusta. ... 800 

Knox 1892. .Alexander A. Beaton Rockland.... 626 

Lincoln 1894. .Howard E. Hall Wiscasset. . . . 600 

Oxford 1892..Herrick C.Davis Paris.... 660 

Penobscot 1894, .Ambrose C. Flin Bangor. ... 800 

Piscataquis 1894. .Calvin W. Brown Dover.... 826 

Sagadahoc 1892. . Cyru» W. Longley Bath.... 600 

Somerset 1892. . Stuart H. Goodwin St. Albans. ... 400 

Waldo ..1892. Bohan P. Field Belfast. .. . 400 

Washington 1802.. Mason H. Wilder Maohias.... 600 

York 1892. .Frank Wilson Sanford.... 760 



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104 AienruAL beoistbb of mains. 

TBRM8 or THE PROBATE COURT. 

Androscoggin — At Auburn, on the second Tuesdav in each month. 

AroostooK— -At Houlton, on the third Tuesday of January, March, May, 
Jalv, September, and November. At Presque Isle, on the third Tuesday 
of April. June, October, and I>eceml>er. At Fort Kent, on the last Tues- 
day of June. 

vumberland^At Portland, on the first and third Tuesday in each month 
except August, in which no term of the court is holden. 

Franklin^At Farminrton, on the first Tuesday in each month. 

Hancock— At Bllswortn. on the second Wednesday in January, March, 
April, June, August, October, and November. At Bluehill, on the second 
Wednesday in July and September. At Buoksport, on the second Wednes- 
day in February, May, ana December. 

Kenn^>ec— At Augusta, on the second and fourth Monday in each month 
except September; in September, on the first and fourth Monday. 

Knox — At Rockland, on the third Tuesday in each month. 

lAncoln— At Wiscasset, on the first Tuesday in each month, excepting 
August, in which no term of the court is holden. 

Oxford— At Paris, on the third Tues. of each month. At Fryeburg, on 
the first Tuesday of June and December. 

Penobscot — At Bangor, on the last Tuesday in each month. 

PUcataquia— At Dover, on the first Tuesday in each month. 

Sagadahoc— At Bath, on the first Tuesday in each month. 

Somerset— At Skowhegan, on the second Tuesday in each month. 

Waldo— At Belfast, on the second Tuesday in each month. 

Washington— At Calais, on the second Wed. of April, and first Tues. of 
Nov. At Cherryfield, on the Thurs. after the last Wed. of Aug. At Co- 
lumbia Falls, on the last Wed. of Aug. At Eastport, on the last Tues. of 
Feb. and the second Tues. of July. At Machias, on the first Tues. of Jan. 
and Oct. At Pembroke, on the laat Tues. of May. 

For*.— On the first Tuesday of everv month, as follows : January and 
February, at Saco ; March and «JuIy, at Biddeford ; April, May, June, Au- 
gust, September, October, November, and December, at Alfi%d. 



TERMS OF THE COURT OF INSOLVENCY. 

Androscoggin. On the day following the day of each Probate Court at 
Auburn. 

Aroostook, On the Thursday following the day of each Probate Court at 
Houlton and Presoue Isle. 

Cumberland. First and third Mondays of each month, except August. 

Franklin. On the day following the day of each Probate Court at 
Farmington. 

Hancock. On the day following the Probate Court at EUsworth, and at 
11 A.M. of the day of Probate Court at Bucksport and Bluehill. 

Kennebec. At 2 p. M. of day of Probate Court. 

Knox. On third Tuesday of each month, 2 p.m., at Rockland. 

Lhicoln, On first Monday of each month, except August, at Wlscasset. 

Oxford. On the dav following the day of each Probate Court at Paris. 

Penobscot. On day following the day of each Probate Court at Bangor. 

PiscataotUs. Thursday following first Tuesday of each month, at Dover. 

Sayculahoc. On the first Tuesday in each month. 

Somerset. On second Tuesday of each month. 

Waldo. On the day following the day of each Probate Court at Belfast. 

Washington. No regularly assigned sessions. 

York. On the Wednesday after the first Tuesday of each month, at the 
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Terms expire December 31, 1892. 

ANDBOSOOOOIN COUNTY. 

John F. Lamb Jailer and Sheriff. JLabnm. 



Deputy Sheriffs, 



Nelson Howard, Lewiston. 
Geo. £. Hoskiiis, Lisbon (Falls). 
Ira T. Manroe, Livermore (North). 
Lewis L. Haskell (spec.), Lewiston. 
Herbert E. Thurston, Mech'c Falls. 
J. F. Qoimby, Tomer (North). 

AROOSTOOK OOUWTT, 

James W. Bolton Sheriff 



Charles H. Miles, Lisbon. 

James G. Jordan, Webster (Sabat- 

tps P. O.} 
Fred L. Odlin, Lewiston. 
W. S. Larrabee, Anbom. 



.Presque Isle. 



(^eo. G. Bickford, Honlton,./ai/er. 
Andrew P. Perkins, Hoalton. 
Silas W. Taber, Houlton. 
Marcus S. Huson, Presqne Isle. 
Levi H. Gary, Caribou. 
A. W. Putnam, Fort Fairfield. 
Benjamin H. Towle, Sherman. 
Frank Brown, Washburn. 
A. B. Smart, Houlton. 



Deputy Sheriffs. 



Dennis Herbert. Madawaska. 

W. E. Feeley, MonticeUo. 

Xayier Burgoine, FrenchTille. 

Geo. F. Burleigh, Patten (Penob- 
scot Co.) 

Chas. R. Brown, Springfield (Pe- 
nobscot Co.) 

Wm. H. Cunliffb jr.. Fort Kent. 

Jedediah Estabrook, Amity. 



OUHBBRLAND COUNTY. 

LEANDBB E. Cram Jailer and Sheriff, Portland. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
Samuel D. Plummer, Portland (al- "" 

BO messenger Insolvent Court). 
Daniel D, Chenery, Deering (Port- 

bmd P. O.) 
Walter H. Dresser, turnkey, Port'd. 
Jos. W. Doughty, Windham (Cent,) 
Adelbert C. (Jhute, Westbrook 

(Cumberland MiUs P. O.) 
James H. Banks, Freeport. 
Oren T. Despeaux, Brunswick. 
Andrew Chute, Naples. 
Gideon T. Cook, Casco. 



Thomas Pennell, overseer jail wor9> 

shop, Portland. 
Gardner M. Parker, Gorham. 
Isaiah S. Webb, Bridgton. 
Henry E. Skillin, North Yarmouth 



(East). 
Fohi " ' 



John E. Tompson, Standish. 
Irving S. Chase, Baldwin (West). 
Oren A. Douglass, Sebago. 
Benjamin S. Skillhigs, Otisfleld 

(Bolster's Mills P. O.) 
Sylvanus Porter, CumbM (Center), 



Specials to enforce Liquor Lata, 
Charles A. Plummer, Portland. I Israel P. Butler, Portland. 

Seth Sterling, Portland. | 

Special to attend the Supreme Judicial Cowrt. 

Henry W. Hale, Gorham. 

Special to attend Superior Court. 

Henry C. Doughty, Gray. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



AiiONZO Sylybstbr Sheriff.. 



C. B. Dyer, Farmington, Jailer. 
J. F. Toothaker, Phillips. 
James F. Worthley, Strong. 
Sewall L. Vose, Kinefield. 
Simeon €treenleaf, New Sharon. 



Deputy Sheriffs. 

John Pike.Wilton. 



.Farmington. 



H. N. Allen, Jay. 
J. B. Noble, Phillips. 
Geo. M. Esty, Rongeley. 



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Special to enforce Liquor Law. 
Nelson Goald, Farmington. 

• HANCOCK COUNTY. 

James W. Patterson Sheriff. Bucksport. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 



L. F. Hooper, jaiter, Ellsworth. 
"Wm. Fennelly, Bar Harbor. 
R. R. Joy. Gouldsborougli (West). 
John M. Vogel, Castine. 
8. B. Thurlow, Deer Isle (Green's 
Landing P. O.) 



F. B. Foster, Amherst. 

Wm. C. Moore, Tremont (So. West 

Harbor P. O.) 
Pavid J. Allen, BluehiU(No. Sedg- 

wick P. O.) 
Asa T. Cousins, Blaehill (East). 
Uartwell Lanoester, Addison. 



KENNEBEC COUNTY 



Gbeenlief T. Stevens. 



.Sheriff and Jailer .Augusta. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 



Jas. Tibbetts, Messenger, Belgrade. 
Edgar E. Norton, Gardiner. 
James P. Hill, Waterville. 
Irs M. True, Hallowell. 
Sewall J. Hawes, Readfield. 
E. D. Jepson, China. 
William H. Libby, Augusta. 
Hiram Gilman, Mt. Vernon. 
Edgar E. Robinson. Mt. Yemon. 
Wallace E. Berry, Wlnthrop. 



Greo. H. Ames, Chelsea. 
Samuel F. Hersom, Oakland. 
Silas C. Stinson, Gardiner. 
Edwin W. Maddox, Hallowell. 
Chas. W. Jones, Benton Station. 
Isaiah Gifford, Tassalboro. 
Chas. F. Brown, Monmouth. 
George R. McNally, Clinton. 
Homer C. Procter, Waterville. 



J. W. Gray. 



C. D. Chaples, Messenger, Rockl'd. 
F. M. Calderwood, Vinalhaven. 
Elias H. Burkett, Union. 
Forest G. Currier, Camden. 



KNOX COUNTY. 

Sheriff. Rockland. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

Ellis M. Stahl. Warren. 

John S. Smalley, St. George (Ten- 
ant's Harbor P. O.) 

Henry V . Melvin (spec.), Rockport. 



LINCOLN county. 

Charles F. Choatb Sheriff Whitefield (North). 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
Seth Patterson, Jailer^ Wiscasset. I George W. Ellis, Bristol (Pemaqoid . 
John E. Keltey, Boothbay. P. O.) 

Morrill Glidden, Somerville. | C. E. Ames, Damarisootta (Mills). 



OXFORD county. 



Jambs L. Parker. 



Chandler Garland, Jailer t Paris. 
Ronello A. Barrows, Canton. 
Oscar F. Trask, Mexico (Dixfield 

P.O.) 
Walter C. Bassett, Lovell. 
Alvan B. Godwin, BetheL 
Josiah W. Whitten, Buckfield. 
Jonathan Blake, Norway. 
Henry B. Hammond, Paris. 



. Sheriff Norway. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 



Elisha F. Stone, Paris (South). 
James R. Tucker, Paris (West). 
William H. Tainter, Dixfield. 
Geo. G. Shirley, Fryeburg. 
Alphonzo F. Warren, Buckfield. 
Cyrus M. Wormell. Bethel. 
Isaac M. Stanley, Porter. 
Eben A. Poor, Andover. 



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PKN0B900T OOtntTY. 

WiLLlAJf F. Rbbd Jailer and Sheriff Bangor. 

Deputp Sheriffe. 



George S. Clark, Bangor. 
Char^ H. Patten, Hermon. 
Joseph A. Stevens, Lincoln. 
Hartwell Lancaster, Old Town. 
A. -H. Binerj, Corinna. 
George Brawn, Dexter. 
Geo. P. Bnrleigh. Patten. 
A. M. Bragg, 0>rinth (Bast). 



John D. Stanwood, Winn. 
Chas. R. Brown, Springfield. 
Robert Jenkins, Newport. 
B. B. Maddocks, Hampden. 
Lather Gary, Bradford. 
Wm. H. Toothaker, Dixmont (So. 
Btna P. O.) 



Allen H. C Rice, Bangor. 
William Patterson, Bangor. 



Apial B. Leonard. 



Spedala. 

I Alon20 K. Rollins, Bangor. 
I Alvan Reed, Bangor. 

PI80ATAQI7I8 OOITNTT. 

SheHff. Milo. 

Jail at Bangor. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 
Zenas B. Poole, DoTer. I Leonard Stone, Monson. . 

A. C. Curtis, Wellington. | Otis Martin, Gnilford. 

8AOADAHO0 OOUWTT. 

John W. B a llou Sheriff. Bath. 

Deputy Sheriff^. 
Blbrldge Cornish, Topsham. I Charles H. Blagdon, Bowdoinham. 

Chas. H. Hodges, Richmond. | 

SOMBB8BT 0O17NTT. 

Gkobob H. Pishon Sheriff. Skowhegan. 

Deputy Sher^. 
C. B. Yeazie, Jcuier, Korridgewock. 
William L. Poshor, Pittsfield. 
8. C. Davis, Hartland. 
Lyman Grant, Solon. 
J. H. MitcheU, Skowhegan. 
Charles Dyer, Madison. 



Wallace Emery, Anson (No.) 
S. S. Walker. New Portland (No.) 
G. B. Leighton, Harmony. 
Horace B. Russell, Comville. 
Alfred Weymouth, Fairfield. 
M. M. Thompson, Bingham. 



WALIK) COUNTY. 



Ansbl Wadbwobth Sheriff and Jailer Belfast. 

Deputy Sheriffs. 



J. W. Wallace, Jack8on( East). 
John T. Ayerill, Franklort. 
Frank Mussey, Unity. 
WUliam D. Elliott, Knox. 
A. G. Caswell, Searsmont. 



Charles W. Lord, Thomdike. 
C. E. Knowlton, Freedom. 
I. S. Elliot, Troy. 
W. B. F. Twombly, Monroe. 
Charles E. Bo wen. Brooks. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Isaac P. LongvelloW Sheriff. Machias. 

Deputy Sfieriffs. 



Ezekiel Yoee, Jailer, Machias. 
Peter A. Martin, Eastport. 
WilUaAi J. Mahlman, Labec. 
Wm. B. Foster, Cidais. 



Horace F. Willey, Cherryfleld. 
G. L. Bncknam, Columbia Falls. 
Jos. B. Swanton, Milbridge. 
Wm. H. Wilder, Pembroke. 



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YORK QPUNTY. 

Gboboe H. "Wbntworth Sheriff and Jailer Alfred. 

DeptUy Sheriffs. 



R. M. Stevens, Old Orchard. 
Luke H. Roberts, Alfred. 
Freeman G. Ham, South Berwick. 
Obed F. Stackpole, Biddeford. 
John F. Goldthwait, Biddeford. 
Charles B. Harmon, Biddeford. 
James C. Ayer, Cornish. 
John C. Lord, Kennebunk. 
Freeman Hanson, Hollis. 
William E. Towne, Kennebunk. 
Nathaniel N. Hurd, Berwick. 



R. H. Goodwin, Lebanon (West). 
Dana S. Beacham, Limerick. 
Bod well J. Grant, Acton. 
Charles Butler, Buxton.. 
Edmund G. Murray, Springyale. 
James W. Small, baco. 
Wintield S. Hasty, Saco. 
Thomas Reid, Sanford. 
Alvin H. Ricker, Lebanon. 
Calvin S. True, Wells. 
JefEerson T. Lewis, Kittery. 



C«r«neirs in Rlaine. 



1892. 
1892. 
1894. 
1894. 

1891. 
1894. 

1893. 
1892. 
1891. 
1891. 
1891. 



1891. 



1894. 
1894. 

1891. 

1894. 
1892. 
1894. 
1894. 
1898. 

1893. 

1896. 

1893. 
1892. 



Androscoggin County. 
James T. SmaU, Lewiston. 
John F. Lamb, Auburn. 
Hillman Smith, Auburn. 
J. F. JefEords, B. Livermore. 
Frank E. Miles, Lisbon. 
A. E. McDonough, Lewiston. 
Aroostook Oountv. 
Geo. G. Bickford, Houlton. 
W. H.Estabrook,Ft.Fairfleld. 
Cumberland County. 
James S. Gould, Portland. 
Andrei J. Rich, Portland. 
Stephen D. Hall, Portland. 
Dennis Tobin, Portland. 
Geo. H. Bailey 2d, Deering. 
Eben N. Perry, Portland. 
Franklin County. 
Thomas H. Adams, Farm- 

ington. 
Hancock County. 
Jas. W. Patterson, Bucksport. 
A. R. Devereaux, Ellsworth. 
Samuel C. titover, Cranberry 

Isles. 
D. L. Fields, Ellsworth. 
Kennebec Otnmty. 
Wm. H. Libby, Augusta. 
Albert C. Carr, Winthrop. 
Jas. F. Blunt, Mt. Veruon. 
Wm.W. Edwards, Waterville. 
Chas. F. Kilbreth, Hallowell. 
Knox County. 
Oliver Otis, Rockland. 
DeFloris Mills, Camden. 
Lincoln County. 
Seth Patterson, Wiscasset. 
Daniel H. Moody, Boothbay 

Harbor. 



Oxford County. 

1894. J. W. Whitten, Buckfleld. 

1895. EUjah B. Goddard, Bethel. 
1893. Wm. C. Towle, Frveburg. 
1893. Albert P. Bassett, Norway. 

1891. Florus H. Bartlett, Rumford. 

Penobscot County. 

1892. H. Lancaster, Oldtown. 
*1892. Geo. W. Whitney, Bangor. 

1891. Daniel D. Flynt, Dexter. 

1893. Jesse Prentiss, Milford. 
1898. Alex.McClain,Mattawamk'g. 

Piscataquis County. 

1896. Zenas B. Poole, Dover. 
1893. Lambert Sands, Sebec. 

Sagadahoc County. 

1893. Chas. H. Hodges, Richmond. 

1894. John W. Ballon, Bath. 

Somerset County. 
1894. E. P. Mayo, Fairfield. 

1891. J. S. Molntire, Solon. 

1892. Silas Leland, Skowhegan. 

Waldo County. 
1892. J. D. Tucker, BelfiAst. 
1898. A. K. P. Moore, Belfast. 
1894. F. A. Dickey, Northport. 

Washington Cowtty. 
1894. A. R. Lincoln, Dennyerille. 

York County. 
1894. Frank S.Warren, Biddeford. 
1891. John R. Haley, Kennebunk. 
1891. Simon J. Locke, Buxton. 

1891. Freeman C. Ham, So.Berw'k. 

1892. Fred C. Bradbury, Saco. 
1892. F. O. Dearing, Biddeford. 
1892. E. C. Nealley, Kittery, 
1898. Curtis S. Carll, Waterboro. 
1894. J. W. Gordon, Wells. 



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County €«niniiMi«ner«> C««rts« 

0OMMI88IONKR8. 

Term of first expires Dec. 31, 1892; of second, Dec. 81, 1894; of third, Deo. 
81, 1896. 

Androscoggin Countp. 
Boswell C. BoothbYt Livermore Falls, Chairman; *Setli Chandler, Lew- 
iston; fWalter B.' Beals, Turner. 

Aroostook County. 
Charles £. Dimn, Amity; James W. Ambrose, Sherman (Coral P. 0.), 
Chairman,' James R. Thorlough, Fort Fairfield. 

Cumberland Cotmty. 
James H. Tolman, Casco, Chairman; Frank H. Plnmmer, Portland ; El- 
bridge Lord, Windham (Center). 

Franklin Cownty. 
John R. Toothaker, Rangeley, Chairman; Justus Webster, Chesterrille ; 
George N. Cobum, Weld, 

Hancock County. 
James W. Blaisdell, Dedham, Chairman; Joseph M. Hntchins, Penobscot; 
Fred B. Aiken, Ellsworth. 

Kennebec County. 
George H. Andrews, Monmouth; Charles Wentworth, Clinton,C%airmaii; 
«lohn S. Hamilton, Hallowell. 

Knox County. 
Chas. A. Sylvester, Camden (Rockland P. O.), Chairman; Mark Ames, So. 
Thomaston; Henry J. Sleeper, Union. 

Lincoln County. 
Albert B. Erskine, Alna, Chairman; MyrickH. Marson, Bristol; Loremso 
D. Perkins, Nobleborough. 

Oaiford County. 
John Barker, Bethel (West), Chairman; William Woodsom, Pern (West); 
Willhun W. Whitmarsh, Norway. 

Penobscot County. 
William L. Scribner, Springfield, Chairman; BeoJ. F. Eldridge, Dexter: 
William I. Wood, Corinna. 

Piscataquis County. 
Samuel O. Dinsmore, Medford (Center), Chairman ; Wm. S. MoKusiok, 
Parkman; William L. Rogers, Greenville. 
Sagadahoc County. 
Nathaniel S. Pttrinton,Bowdoin; John D. Bibber, Bath, Chairman; Rob- 
ert W. Carr, Bowdoinham. 

Somerset County. 
Alonzo H. Chase, Lexington, Chairman; Hiram C. Webber, Palmyra; Al- 
bert Leavitt, Athens. 

Waldo County. 
Mark S. Stiles, Jackson (Brooks P. O.); Otis D. Wilson, Searsmont 
Chairman; Simon A. Paysou, Belfast. 

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WashingUm CowUy. 
ac 
Jethro B. Kutt, Perry. 



Saunders G. Spooner, Princeton, Chairman; Geo. H. Coffin, Harrington; 
' • 3. Nutt, r 



York County. 
Simon S. Andrews, Biddeford; Isaac Hanscom, Lebanon, Chairman i 
Stephen L. Porinton, Limington. 

RBOOXAR 8B88IOK8. 

Androscoggin , first Tuesdays of April and October. Regularly adijoumed 
sessions, first Tuesday of each month. 

Aroostook, first Tuesdays of January and July. 

Cumberland, regular sessions the first Tuesday of each month. Regular 
terms of Record, the first Tuesday of January and June. 

Franklin, last Tuesdays of April and December. 

Hancock, fourth Tuesday of January, and second Tuesdays of April and 
October. 

Kennebec, third Tuesdays of April, August, and December. 

Knox, first Tuesdays of April and December, and third Tuesday of Aug. 

Lincoln, second Tuesday of May, firbt Monday of September and last 
Monday of December. 

Oxford, second Tuesday of May, first Tuesday of September, and last 
Tuesday of December. 

Penobscot, first Tuesdays of January, April, July, and October. Ad- 
jowned sessions first Tuesday of each month. 

Piscataquis, first Tuesdays of April, August, and December. 

Sagadahoc, first Tuesdays of March, July, and November. 

Somerset, first Tuesdays of March and August, and second Tuesday of 
December. 

Waldo, second Tuesday of April, third Tuesdays of August and Dec. 

Washington, at Machias, on the first Tuesdays of January and October, 
and at Calais, the fourth Tuesday of April. 

York, first Tuesday of each month, at place where Probate Court is 
holden. April and Oct. termsi terms of record. 



Treasnrera. 

(Terms expire December 31, 1892.) 

Androscoggin Noel B. Potter Lewiston. 

Aroostook Walter A. Nickerson Houlton. 

Cumberland James M. Webb. .(Portland P. O.) Westbrook. 

Franklin Daniel M. Bonney Farmington. 

Hancock James F. Davis Ellsworth* 

Kennebec James E. Blanchard (Augusta P. O.). . Chelsea. 

Knox Alvah B. Clark Rockland. 

Lincoln Isaac G. Williamson Wiscasset. 

Oxford George M. Atwood Paris. 

Penobscot .Benjamin B. Thomas Bangor. 

Piscataquis Frank E. Guernsey Dover. 

Sagadahoc Francis W. Weeks Bath. 

Somerset George Gushing Skowhegan. 

Waldo Owen G. White Beltost. 

Washington -. . . . Aust4n F. Kingsley East Machias. 

York Curtlfc S. Carll Waterborough. 



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(Terms expire December 31, 1894.) t 

VXndroacoggin. Silas Spraffue Auburn.) 

v^A»-rv««*«*vv 1 i James H. Kidder (8. Registry Hoiilton4 

\/^Aroo8took ^TArthur Daigle (N. Regisiir), . .... MadawmskliT 

^umberiand Jas. M. Thompson (Port'd P. O.) New Gloac'r. 

l/rFranklin Bei^jamin Goodwin Farmington.! 

t^ancock Wm. B. Campbell Ellaworth.l 

l^Kennebeo George B. Smith Aagosta. ] 

i/Knox ... Frank B. Miller RocUand. 

i^Lincoln James H. Vamef Wiscasset. 

i.^_4v.^^ ^W*>hn F. Stanley frfaris^ ' 

^"^'^^ -1 •Annie R. Osgood (Western Reg.)... Frreborg; . . 

vTenobscot John T. Bowler Bangor, jn^ " 

ixPiscataquis Alanson M. Warren Dorer. ( \S ' 

A/6agadahoo George W. Hnnt Bath . 1 ^ 

t^omerset William H. Bmery Skowhegan. 

c/Waldo Jacob G.Cook Belfast. 

>yWashington Henry R. Taylor Machiai. 

v^ork Justin M.Leavitt.. Alfred. 



Bail C^niaBiMi^neni. 

Appointed by Supreme Judicial Court. 

Androscoggin, A. D. Cornish, A. K. P. Knowlton, Lewiston; Richard 
Dresser, Auburn. 

Aroostook. Bei^min L. Staples, Houlton. 

CumberUmd. M. P. Frank, Carroll W. Morrill, Bben Wiathrop Free- 
man, Portland. 

Franklin. Darid H. Chandler, J. H. Thompson, Farmington. 

Hancock. A. P. Wi^well, Ellsworth: D. P. Marcyes, Eden; 0. P. Cun- 
ningham, O. F. 9ellow8, T. H. Smith, Bnoksport. 

Kennebec. W . S. Choate, Augusta. 

Knox. J. E. Moore, Thomaston; D. N. Mortland, Rockland. 

Lincoln. Geo. B. Sawyer, Wiscasset. 

Oxford. Albert S. Austin, Paris. 

Penobscot. A. L. Simpson, P. G. White, Bangor. 

Piscataquis. Joseph D. Brown, Willis B. Parsons, Foxcroft. 

Sagadahoc. None. 

Somerset. Edward Lowe, C. A. Harrington, Norridgewock. 
Waldo. J. S. Harriman, Joseph Williamson, Belfast. 

Washington. P. H. LongfsUow, Machias; L. G. Downee, Calais. 
York. Jas. E. Hewey , Amos L. Allen, John B. Donovan, Alfired ; H. H. 
Borbank, Rnftis P. Tapley, Saco. 



C*BiBiiMi«n«i« •£ Biacl«««re. 

Appointed by Supreme Judicial Court. 

Androscoggin. Richard Dresser, Auburn ; Albert R. Savage, Auburn. 

Aroostook. John B. Madigan, Frederic A. Powers, Don A. H. Powers, 
Yinal B. Wilson, James Archibald, Ansel L. Lumbert, -Charles Carroll, H. 
M. Briggs, HouHon; Charles P. Allen. Preegue Isle; N. M. Drew, ^. W. 
Trafton, Fort Fairfield; William P. Allen, W. H. Fisher, Qu^bou. 

Cumberland. Geo. F. Gould, Wm. J. Knowlton, WilfordO. Chapman, 
Portland; Thos. M. Giveen, Brunswick; Heaekiah J. Leavitt, Naples. 

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Franklin. Darid H. Ghandleir, Farminfrton ; J. W. Butterfleld, Phillips. 

Hancock. George P. Duttou, Andrew P. Wiswell. John B. Redman, 
Ellsworth ; Charles A. Spofford, Deer Isle ; Luther G. Philhrook, Castine ; 
O. P. Cunningham, O. F. Fellows. T. H. Smith, Bucksport. 

Kennebec. Chas. W. Hussey, Albion ; F. A. Waldron, W. C. Philbrook^ 
WaterviUe ; Fred. B. Bean, Hallowell : Herbert M. Heath, Melirille 8. Hd- 
way, L. C. Cornish, W. 8. Choate, Augusta; A. M. Spear, Gardiner; For* 
est J. Martin, Clinton. 

Knox. John O. Robinson, Rockland. 

Lincoln. Almore Kennedy, Waldoboro; W. H. Hilton, Damariscotta; 
Henry Ingalls, Wiscasset. 

Oxford. James S. Wright, Paris. 

Penobscot. Fred H. Appleton, C. F. Woodard, H. R. Chaplin, M. liaugh- 
lin, A. L. Simpson, P. G. White, Chas. Hamlin, B. C. Addlton, C. A. Bai- 
ley, Ruel Smith, C. H. Bartlett, H. L.Mitchell, Bangor; Geo. T. Sewall. 
J. C. Wilson, Oldtown; J. M. Sanborn, Newport; Josiah Crosby, Morrill 
Sprague, Dexter; W. C. Clark, Lincoln; H. W. Mayo, Hampden; E. C. 
Ryder, Springfield; J. E. E8tP8,Winn; L W. Davis, East Corinth. 

Piscataquis. Ephraim Flint, Dover; Henry Hudson, Guilford. 

Sagadahoc. Joseph M.Trott. Bath. 

Somerset. James O. Bradbnry, Hartland; O. R. Bacheller, Skowhegan; 
Ben. S. Collins, No. Anson: Turner Buswell, Solon; Geo. M. Chapman, 
Fairfield; Charles O. Small, Madison. 

Waldo. G. E. Johnson, Emery Boardman, Wayland Knowlton, Belfkist. 

Washington. Clement B. Don worth, Machias ; Edgar Whidden, Calais ; 
Winslow Bates, Eastport. 

Yorh. Jesse Gould, Samuel W. Lu<raes, Biddeford; Willis T. Emmons, 
Hampden Fairfield, Saco ; Walter L. Dane, Kennebunk; Amos L. Allen. 
Alft*ed; Joel M. Marshall, Buxton ; Harry V. Moore, Berwick; Geo. F. 
Clifford, Comish; Fnuik M. Higgina, Limerick; Moses A. Saflford, Kittery. 



PnUic AdHiiMi«trat«i«« 

Androscoggin Co. Geo. S. Woodman, Auburn. 
Cumberland Co, Lewis Pierce, Portland. 
Hancock Co. L. G. Phllbrook, Castine. 
Lincoln Co. Andrew Lacy, Wiscasset. 
Penobscot Co. Albert W. Paine. Bangor. 
Waldo Co. Joseph Williamson jr., Belfast 
Washington Co. Austin T. Kingsley, East Machias. 
TwkCo. F. W. Guptill, Saco. 



f9ten«srapliic C^mniiMi^nera* 

Appointed to take depositions and disclosures of trustees 
under the law of 1886. 
Knox County. Grace T. Cilley, Rockland. 
Oxford County. R. K. Eastman, Norway. 
Penobscot County. M. H. Wardwell, Hattie M. Burr, Bangor. 
Waldo County, Wayland Knowlton, Belfast. 

C«BiBiiMl«ttera •£ Heeds* 

Appointed by State of Maine since 1867. 
CAiAVOKmA.^Oakland, Wm. Haskins; San Franoi$eo, Henry Hight» 
William Hnefher. Emlle V. Sntter, John White, Samuel Hermon, R. P. 
Lewis, Parker Crittenden, F. J. Thibaull, G. C. Waller, Samuel S. Mnrfey, 
F. B. Mildram, Edward Chatten, F. Y. Scndder, Lee D. Craig, Jos^h K. 
Carter, James L. King; Sacramento, Edward Caldwalder, Jas. £. Mills; 
Son Diego, C. M. Arnold; San, Jose* James R. Lowe jr. 



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coMmssioinERB. SOS 

COLOBA.DO.— Denver, David Mitchell, Gabriel Netter. 

CoNNBOTicuT.— flar^brd, H. E. Tainter, W. E. Simons, David G. CJor- 
don, Henry S. Steams. ^ 

District of Colvmbia.—Jv ashington, Frederick Koons, Thomas I. 
Gardner, Wm. M. Tileston, Charles Walter, J. T. K. Plant, Samnel G. 
Mills, John Bailey, William A. HaU, John E. Beall, James J. Green, R. 
H. Evans. 

VLomi>A.—Jaek8onville, Angnstns E. Sawyer. 

iLLiNoiB.^C^ioa^o, Chas. O. Tucflter, Henry "WTsner, F. A. Woodbnrr, 
S. S. WUlard, Lyman B. Tichenor; Morris. Charles S. Jordan. 

Im>iAV A. —Indianapolis, Luther R. Martin. 

Kakbab.— Leavenworth, John J. Horton; Topeka, W. C. Cavanangh. 

KxnTucKY,— 'Louisville, Gteorge H. Owen, William B^ick. 

"LoviBXAVA.—New Orleans, Jnstin Castania. Edward Bamett, Andrew 
Horo jr., John T. Eustis, Owen D. Bragden, Charles T. Smith, George A. 
Hero, Paul Rensch, Melancy C. Soniat. 

M. ABB AGKVBvrTB.— Boston, A. H. Briggs, Samnel Jennison, A. B. Soott, 
F. H. Appleton, H. H. Smith, A. A. Abhott. I. Austin Bassett jr., Lncins L. 
Hnbbard, Edward J. Jones, Stephen Thatcner, C. C. Powers, P. A. Bridg- 
ham, John R. Mason, J. E. McGilley, William F. Morrill, Samnel C. Da^ 
Mug, Lewis W. Howes, Wm. B. Wood, Chas. H. Adams, Peter Thatcher, 
Prentiss Cummines, S. K. Hamilton, B. B. Johnson, Horatio E. Swaaey, 
Edward L. Whitehouse, Wilton P. Preble, Joseph B. Braman, Georae B. 
Haskell, G^eoi^e R. Swasey, Eugene P. Carver, Henry C. Meserve, John B. 
Butler, Otis W. Shaw, Daniel C. Robinson, Daniel B. Whittier, William 

E. Sp^, Edw. G. Peters, Chas. R. Elder, William H. Parmenter, Charles 

F. Chamberlain, William G. Reed. Henry A. Walker, Frank L. Creseev, 
C. P. Weston, James W. Chapman, S. A. B. Abbott, E. A. Alger. J. B. 
Bell, D. H. Cooledge, Ambrose Eastman, T. S. Harlow, A. B. Shedd; 
MerrinMC, W. P. Saroent; OUmoesUr, John S. Webber; Lynn, Nathan 
M. Hawkes, Chas. A. Shaw; Maiden, George S. Scammon; Cambridgtf 
Benj. A. G. Fuller, Edward G. Russell: Salem, L. W. Kelly: Lavrrenet^ 
Caleb Saunders, Charles XT. Bell; Worcester, Joseph Mason, Chas. I. 
Rawson; Brockton, Jonas R Perkins. 

yLAKYi.Aixi>,— Baltimore, Wm. B. Hill, W. W. Latiner, J. H. Bncknam, 
Murray Hanson, P. H. Hoffinan, Frank H. Grupy, G. Evett Reardon. 

Michigan.— I>e^oM, Wm. K. Ladue. 

MiNNjcsoTA.— Jfinneaoo^id, Frank H. Carleton, Joseph E. Badger, Robt. 
R. OdeU. 

M188OUIU.— iS<. Loais, Theodore Papin, Chas. D. Greene, jr^ John R. 
Boas, Wm. McPherson, Julius Robertson ; Kansas City, Fred W. Perkins. 

NKBRASKA.—Oma^, Watson B. Smith. 

"SwAJ} A,— Belmont, H. M. Barnes; Austin, A. B. Shannon. 

New Hampshibb.— 6k>rA<iiii, Albert S. Twitohell ; Portsmouth, William 
H. Hackett. 

NbW Jeeskt.— iSott^ft Orange, H. H. Burgess ; Orange, Geo. P. Kingley ; 
Jersey City, Heniy D. Gannett. 

New YOBK.—Iiew York City, Andrew Anderson, jr., Horatio C. King. 
Lewis W. Sloat, Sam'l Swan, E. R.Livingston, M. M. Li vinirston, Edward 
B. Bamum,Geo.W. CoIle8,Chas. E. Whitehead, Michael Phillips, T. Spencer 
Smith, M. A. Ellis, J. L. Crittenden, A. C. Anderson, W. A. Abbott, John 
E. Dow, jr., C. Vallette Kasson, F. R.Anderson, Segesmond Lasar, L. S. 
Comstock, F. W. Burke, C. M. Hyde, E. H. Kent, Wm. F. Lett, Eleazer 
Jackson, Chas. T. Lunt, Nicholas Blaisdell, Benj. I. Johnson, Arthur W. 
Knapp, M. J. Merchant, John H. Conner, Chas. H. Smith, jr., Lucius W, 



Mills, W. H. Cleritson, A. W. Kent, John A. Hillery, T. F. C. Demofest^ 
Wm. H. Baker, R. K. McHarg, Fred. N. Dodge, Wm. S.Dnnn, Chas. P* 



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^ ANNUAL BBGISTEB OF MAINE. 

Hatch, Geo. B. Jaques, I. Leander Starr, Judson Jayis, Horace Andrews, 
Albert A. Abbott, Wm. H. Russell, Daniel P. Hall, jr , Marcos P. Boston, 
Jas. M. Slavin, Joseph T. Brown, Mordecai S. Lewis, Walter B. Wines, 
Thomas Kilvert, Nathan P. HaU Jr., Richard M. Bnuio, Henry BischolT, 
N. Pendleton Schenck, Benj. F. Hillery, Frank Saunders, JohnK. Perley, 
Lewis Tucot, F. M. DuFaur, Bmannel B. Hart, Geo. F. Lincoln, Lewis 
Beckhardt, W. O. Wetherbee, Frederick A. Burnham, Henry E. Duncan, 
Wm. M. Walker, Thomas W. Folsom, Joha W. Fiske, Ethan A. Allen, 
Joseph B. Braman, J. Luther Bright, Eme^ H. Pillsbury, Geo. Bedgood, 
James D. Fessenden, Moses M. Robinson, Vincent Roseman, William H. 
Glarkson. Ella F. Braman; Lockpart, John Hodge; Brooklyn, Francis S. 
DriscolK Ben^. E. Andrews. 

No. CJarolina.— iJo/eioA, John M. Sherwood. 

Oaio.—dncitmati, Stepnen Gould, H. D. Peck, Lipman Leyy ; Cleveland, 



Jas. Wade jr.: Dawson, Patrick H. Gunckel. 
Orbgon.— PoW/and, Eugene D. White. 



VKHSSYhv Kti-LS.,— Philadelphia, S. B. Huey, Chas. Ghauncev, Wm. H. 
Whitehead. N. H. Stevens, Benjamin F. Moore, Henry Philips, jr., Joseph 
Frankist, I. Paul Diver, S. W. Pennypacker, H. E. Hindmarsh, Henry 
Reed, Frank G. Fallon, OtisEgan, Edward H. Gloud, Thomas J. Hunt ; 
Lock Haven, P. S.Merrill; Allegheny City, Wm. H. Sterritt. 

Rhode Island.— Prot;u2enc«, GilmanE.Jopp, William D.Nisbet; Bri»' 
tot, Wm. H. Titus. 

So. CAiMhiv A.^Charleston, Thos. Frost, Aug. B. Gohen, Walter Steele. 

TsvvBSB^Jt.— Memphis, C. Ganning Smith. 

Te^ab,— Austin, A. E. Shannon; Galveston^ S. T. Fontaine. 

Wbst YiB^inn a.— Wheeling y Randolph Stalnaker jr. 

WiacoTSSiJS. —Miltoaukee, Francis Bloodgood. 

Washington Tbbbitory.— O^wmpia, D. P. Ballard. 

Gbkat BRiTAiv.—Nottin^Jiam, Francis G. Rawson ; ZomfoH, Wm.Graim, 
Alfred Heales, Josiah Pierce; Kent, John Lanto Pulling ; Liverpool, Edwin 
Hughes, Augustus F. Warr. 

France.— Pam, Emil^ B. Morel, H. W. Spencer jr. 

Scotland.— G^A^otr, William B. Patterson. 

Ganada.— i#o»<rea/, Frederick William Terrill, John M. M. DuflT. 

New Soxjth Wales.- 5W»cy, L. G. Russell Jones. 

New Brunswick.— jrood«<ocA:, Ghas. O'Donnell, J. N. W. Winslow; 
8t, John, John Kerr. 

Russia.— ifoscotr, James Y. R. Swan. 



Appointed for Maine. 

Seth W. Fife, Fryeburg; T. W. Vose, Bangor; William J. Gopeland, 
Berwick— for N. H. Wm. M. Titus, Alna; Winfleld S. Ghoate, Augusta; 
Wm. H.Hilton, Damariscotta ; Joseph M. Trott, Bath— for Mass. E. S. 
Fogg, Augusta; Frank Nelson, Galais; Wm. M. Titus, Alna; Joseph M. 
Trott, BaOi; T. W. Vose, Bangor— for N. Y. T. W. Vose, Bangor— for 
South Garolina. S. L. Garleton, Portland— for New Brunswick. 



Ira M. True, Hallowell ; Robert A. Davis, Portland; Llewellyn Max- 
well, Auburn; G. M. Wormell, Bethel; A. P. Bassett, Norway; Sumner 
Soule. Gardiner; G. W. Harrlman, T. F. Allen, Bangor; Fred A. Traboz, 
Biddeford; Henry Hanson, Skowhegan; J. W. Gray, Vinalhaven. 



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Corrected to April 1, 1891. 

ADTENT CHRISTIAN. 

Statistics for 1891. Churches, 110. Members, 5,000. Mlnittert, 70. 

Opfioebs of the Confb&snoe. President, Rot. O. S. Frent^ Dorer ; 
Vice-president, Rev. J<. P. Woodward, Portland ; Secretary, Bev. B. O. 
Dinsmore, Richmond; Treas,, Rev. Jesse Gay, Saco; Mission Com., Rev. 
J. A. Libbey, We^t Poland, Rer. O. S. French. Dorer, Rev. R. R. York, 
Yarmouth, L. D. Small, Bbwdoinham, O. A. S. Mayberrj, Old Orchard, 
Rev. O. H. Wallace, Cumberland MiUs, Mrs. M. £. Kilbom, Bridgton, S. 
Taylor, Harrison ; OrdincUion Com,, Rev. O. L. Tracy, Biddeford, Rev. C. 
Goud, Topsham, Rev. £. O. Dinsmore, Richmond, Rev. Wm. H. Mitchell, 
Kennebunkport, Rev. J. A. Libby. West Poland: Committee on Appeals, 
Rev. I. C. Wellcome, Yarmouth. Rev. E. P. Woodward, Portland, Rev. J. 
F. Clothey, Bangor, Rev. J. Hill, GK>odwin's Mills, Rev. J. Whitman, 
Biddeford. 



BAPTIST. 

Statist!^ for 1890. Churches, 249. Ministers, 151. Membership, 19,271. 

Annual Mketinos at Bath, 1891.— Maine Baptist Missionary Con- 
vention, Oct. 6. Maine Buytist Ikkieation Soeiety, October 7. Maine Bap- 
tist Charitable Society, Oct. 6. 

Officers of the CoNVENnoN.--/V««trf«n<, Rev. W. H. Spencer, d.d., 
Waterville; Vice-president, Perdval Bonney, Portland; Cor, Sec, Rev. 
A. T. Dunn, d.d., Waterville; Rec, Sec, Rev. H. S. Burrage, d.d., Port- 
land; Treasurer, Prof. J. B. Foster, Waterville; Auditor, J. W. i^iUbriok, 
WaterviUe. 

Offiobrs op the Education Sooiwrr. —President, Rev. C. M. Em- 
ery, South Norridgewock ; Vice-president, Rev. T. F. White, Bath ; Treiu ., 
Rev. W. H. Spencer, d.d., Waterville; Auditor, ^, W. Hall, Watervill«». 

Offiokbs of thb Chabitablb Sooibtt.— /¥e«i€feA/, T. E. Busfield, 
Bangor; Vice-president, Bsv, T. F. White. Bath; Secretary, Rev. C. B. 
Owen, Ghu^ner; TreasHrer, Dea. J. C. Phenix, Portland; Auditor, R. 
C. Bradford, Portland; Executive Committee, Rev. H. S. Bnrraffe, d.d. , 
Portland, Rev. Q. P. Mathews, d.d., Thomaston, S JL. True, Esq., Portland. 



AB80CIATI0NAL MEETINOS, 1891. 



Aroostook, Amity, Sept 23. 
Bowdoinham, liv're Falls, Sept. 8. 

Cumberland, Sept. 1. 

Damariseotta, Waldoboro, Sept. 1. 
Hancock, Hancock. Sept. 16. 
Kennebec, Skowhegan, Sept. -^ 
laneoln, Thomaston, Sept. 9. 



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Oxford, West Sumner, Sept. 
Penobscot, Levant, Sc^. 9. 
Piscataquis, — '- Aug. 25. 
Saco River, Portland, Sept. 8. 
Waldo, Belfast, Sept. 1. 
Washington, East Machias, Sept. 8. 
York, North Kennebnnk, Sept. 9. 



PROTESTANT EPIS€OPAI<. 

The GeneraIi Convention, composed of 71 Bishops, and Clerical and 
Lay Deputies from 67 Dioceses and Missions, meets at Baltimore on the first 
Wednesday in October, 1892. 

Presiding Bishop, the Rt. Rev. John Williams, d.d., ll.d.. Bishop of 
Connecticut; Secretary, the Rev. C. L. Hutchins, Medford, Mass. 

Bishops, 71; clergy, 4,163; parishes and missions, 5,030; commnnicatits, 
608,292. 



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DIOGESB OF MAINE. 

Organised May 8. 1820. First Bishop, the Rt. Rev. George Burgess, D.D., 
consecrated 1847, died 1866. 

Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Henry Adams Neely, d.d., consecrated Jan. 25, 
1867, Portland. Secretary and llegistrar, the Rev. Charles Morton Sills, 
D.D., Portland. Treas., (jharles B. Greenleaf. Treasurer of the Diocesan 
Funds, Charles D. Merrill, Portland. Standing Committee of the Diocese, 
the Revs. Canons Sills d.d. (President), Washbnm, and Gwynne, Messrs. 
G. E. B. Jackson (Secretary), H. Ingalls and Geo. H. Starr. 

Clergy, 25; parishes and missions, 45: communicants, 3,018. 

The Maine Episcopal Missionary Society, incorporated 1886. President, 
the Bishop; Seoretury, the Rev. C. T. Ogden: Treasurer, C. B. Greenleaf. 

St. Catharine's Hall. Augusta. Diocesan School for Girls. Trustees, the 
Bishop and fourteen clergymen and laymen. Principal. Miss Clara Allen. 

St. John's Boarding School for Boys, Presque Isle. Visitor, the Bishop ; 
Prineip€U, Rev. W. S. Elmer. 

St. Luke's Cathedral. Portland. Dean and Reotnr,the Bishop; Canons, 
the Rev. Chas. Morton Sills d.d., the Rev. William H. Washburn, the Rev. 
Chris. S. Lefftngirell, Rev. C. T. Ogden. A free church, daily service, 
and weekly communion. Conmiunicants, 515. 

Diocesan Mbktinos for 1891. Board of Missions, during convention 
and quarterly. Annual Convention will be held on the second Tuesday in 
June, 1891, at St. Luke's Cathedral, Portland. 



VRBB BAPTIST. 

Maine F. B. Association. Established Sept, 1889. Quarterly Meet- 
ings, 17; Churches, 256; Ordained Ministers, 182; Licentiates, 13; Com- 
municants, 14,214. President, E. D. Wade, Dover; liec. Secretary, B. £. 
Davis, Augusta; Treasurer, RnfUs Deering* Portland. Annual Meeting 
in Sept. or Oct. at Portland. 

OoBAir Park Assbbibly of Fbbb Baptists. Convenes yearly, July 
to September, at Ocean Park, Old Orchard. President, Ruf us Deering. 
Portland; Secretary, E. E. Davis, Augusta; Treasurer. B. F. Haley, New- 
market, N. H.; Ch, Public Meetings, Rev. £. W. Porter, Blackstone, Mass. 



OONORKOATIONAIi* 

Chnrohes, 844. Membership, 21.697. Clergymen, 176. SuBday-echool 
Scholars 28.464. In Young People's Societies, 4,790. Value of church 
edifices, •1,398,480; of parsonages, 9157,425. 

AiffMirALMBBTiN08,at Waterville, 1891. General Conflsrenee, June 16, 
17, 18. Maine Congregational Charitable Society, June 16. Maine Mis- 
sionary Society, June 17. American College and Education Society, 
June 17. Woman's Board of Missions, June 18. Woman's Maine Mis- 
sionary Auxiliary, June 17. Woman's Aid to American Missionary Amo* 
(^tiou, June 17. 

GvNBaAL CoKVBRKNCB OF MAINE. Organised Jan. 10, 1826. Moderator, 
Rev. John S. Sewall, d.d., Bangor; Cor. Secretary, Rev. C. H. Pope, 
Kennebunkport; Rec. Sec. and Ch. Com. of Publication, Dea. E. F. 
Duren, Bangor; Treasurer, Dea. J. S. Wheelwright, Bangor; Auditor, 
Dea. W. S. Dennett, Bangor; Secretary /or Sunday-schools, Rev. B. P. 
Snow, Yarmouth. 

Mainb Missionary Sooiett. Organized, 1807. Incorporated March 
3. 1809. New charter Jan. 27, 1871. President, Rev. Levi L. Paine, d.d. 
Bangor; Vice-presidentf J. S. Wheelvrrlght, Bangor; Cor. and Rec. Secre- 
tary, Rev. J. E. Adams, d.d., Bangor; Trecuurer, John L. Crosby, Ban- 
gor; Auditors, W. S. Dennett and B. B. Thatcher, Bangor. 



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MAiini GONORKOATioNAL Oh\eitabia Sooistt. Inoorfoimted Fell. 
25^ 1829. President, Rev. L. H. Hallock, WatenriUe; Viee-presideni, Ber. 
F. B. lliayer. Garland; Secretary, Prof. F. B. Denio, Bangor; Treasurer, 
Rey. J. E. Adams, d.d., Bangor; Auditor, J. S. Wheelwright, Bangor. 

AM. CoLLBOB AND BuiTOATioN SooiKTY, Organised Nov. 19, 1818 (Maine 
Branch). President, Rev. Frank T. Bay ley, Portland ; Viee-president, Rev. 
John S. Sewalli d.d., Bangor; Secretary, Rev. Salem D. Towne^ Bangor; 
Treasurer, Prof. H. L. Chapman, Bnuiflwick; JndUor, Dr. A. Mitobell* 
Branswick. 

WoBCAN's Board or Missions, Organized Nov. 12, 187S (Maine Braneh). 
President, Mrs. W. H. Fenn, Portland; Oor. See's., Miss S. Spoflbrd, Rock- 
lihd; Mrs. J. W. D. Carter, Portland ; Home Sec., Miss Jeannie L. Crie, 
Portland; SVecmtrtfr, Mrs. W.S.Dana, Portland; .^udttor, ^ward Gould, 
Portland. 

Woman's MAnne Missionabt Auxiliabt, Organized June 17, 1880. 
President, Mrs. K. B. Lewis. So. Berwick; Treasurer, Mrs. Rose BL Cros^ 
bjjBangor; Secretary, Mrs. G. H. Denio, Bangor. 

Woman's Aid to Ambbioan Missionary Association. Organised 
June 25, 1879. Committee, Mrs. C. A. Woodbury, Woodf ords (Treasurer); 
Mrs. S. Hodgdon, So. Berwick; Mrs. H. M. Qnlnby, Bangor. 

Local Confbrbnobs, Annual Mbbtinqs, 1891. 



Aroostook, Ft. Fair'fld, June U, 14. 
Cumberland, Sebago Lake, June 10. 
CumVd, Cumb. Center, June 9, 10. 
Franklin, New Sharon, June 9, 10. 
Hancock, No. BUswortb, June 9, 10. 
Kennebec, Augusta, June 9, 10. 
Lincoln, Newcastle. June 9, 10. 
Oxford, Bethel, June 9, 10. 



Penobscot, Up. Still'wr June 0, 10. 
Piscataquis, Brownviile, June 9, 10. 
Somerset, Solon, June 9, 10. 
Union, Brownfleld, June 10, 11. 
Waldo, No. Belfast, June 10, 11. 
Waahing'n, Ba. Machias, June 9, 10. 
York, Saco, June 9, 10. 



The local conferences have also a semi-annual meeting in October, Gon- 
berland an extra one in January. 



nUBTKOI»I8T BPISCOPAIi. 

Ths Msthodist Episcopal. Church was organised in tbe city of 
Baltimore, Md., December 2&th, 1784. 

Church in Maine is composed of two Conferences— Maine Conference 
and East Maine Conference. Maine Conference is composed of three Dis- 
tricts^-Portlaad. Lewiston, and Augusta Districts. The East Maine Con- 
ference is composed of three Districts— Bangor, Bucksport and Rockland 

Thk Mainb Conferbnob. Pre^dent, Bishop Randolpb H. Foster, 
D.D., LL.D.; Secretary, Rev. W. F. Berry, Farmington: Presiding EU 
ders, Portland Dist, Rev. G. R. Palmer, Saco; Lewiston Dist., Rev. B. T. 
Adams, Winthrop; Augusta District, ReV. J. B. Lapham, Kents Hill. 
Churches, 140; parsonages, 78; ministers, ill; members, 11,167; probation- 
ers, 1,603; Sunday-school scholars, 18,390. Conference met at Brunsvrick, 
April22,1891. 

Thh East Maine Confbeenob. Pres., Bishop Randolph H. Poster, 
D.D., L.L.D.; Sec Rev. C. A. Plumer, Thomaston; Presiding Elders, 
Bangor Dist., Rev. B. C. Wentworth, Dexter; Bucksport Dist., Rev. J. 
F. Haley.. Ellsworth; Rockland Dist., Rev. I. H. W. Wharff, Thomas- 
ton. Churches, 127; parsonages, 73; ministers, 107; members, 8,586; pro- 
bfttionexs, 2,362; Sunday-school scholars, 11,147. Conference met atDam- 
ariscotta, April 29, 1891. 



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ITNITERSAIilST. 

Parishes, 100. FamiUeSy 8,669. Church organizations, 44. Memhership, 
1»921. Church edifices, 91. Sunday-schools, 75. Sunday-school scholars, 
6,545. Preachers, 35. 

Annual Mkbtinos, 1891. Maine Unirersalist Convention at Portland, 
June 2, 3. 4. 

OPFICBR9 OF THE CONVENTION. President, Nathan W. Harris, Alburn ; 
Vice-presidents, J. W. Knowlton, Belfiist, Rev. I. J. Meed, Auffusta; 
/Sec, Kev. H. S. Whitman, Augusta; Treasurer, Richard Dresser, Auburn ; 
Trustees, H. G. Kendall, Skowhegan, Chas. Dunn, Auburn, J. A. Bock- 
nam, Mechanic Falls : Committee of Fellotoship, Revs. I. J. Mead, Augusta, 
W. M. Kimmel, Rockland, F. M. Houghton, Deerlng, Mr. Alfred Wiuslow, 
Oakland, Dr. G. M. Twltchell, Auguste. 

Maine Universalist Sundav-school Convention and Institute will meet 
at Fairfield. Pres. Frank Rackliff, Auburn; Secretary, J. V. Bradley, 
Portland; Treasurer, Mrs. J. S. Hobbs, Augusta, 

FBI£Iiri»8. 

The New England Yearly Meeting of Friends is held, alternately, at 
Portland, Me., and Newport, R. I. Meets at Portland, June 12. 1891. 

The yearly meeting consists of nine quarterly meetings, viz.: Rhode 
Island, Salem, Sandwich, Falmouth, Smithfield, Yassalboro, Fairfield, Par- 
sonsfield and Dover. 

There are twenty-four Friend meettng-hooses in Maine, with a member- 
ship of about fifteen hundred. 

NBir JBRUSAIiKin. 

Churches, 4. Membership, 347. 

The State Association will hold its next meeting in Aug., 1891. Officers— 
PreHd&iU, Rev. S. F. Dike, d.d., Bath; Recording Secretary ^ D. Page 
Perkins, Portland; Chrresponding Secretary, Rev. William B. Hayden, 
Portland; Treasurer, H. W. Swanton, Bath; Executive Committee, the 
president, secretary and treasurer; H. H. Hay, Portland; J. C. Jameson, 
Bath; Wm. G. Kimball, Bridgton; John Weston, Fryeburg; A. L. 
Simpson, Bangor. 

VNITARIAN. 

The Maine Confebenob of Unitabxan Chubohes. Chnrohee, 21. 

Opfiokks FOB 1890-91. Presid^n^ Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, Banffor; t^ice* 
president, Jos. W. Symonds, Portland; Secretary and Treas., Rev. C C. 
Vin^, Kennebunk; Executive Committee, Mark P. Emery. Portland, John 
D. Hopkins, Ellsworth; Committee on Missions, Rev. John L. Marsh, 
Saco, Rev. O. K. Crosby, Houlton, Rev. Edward C Guild, Brunswick; 
Committee of Ways and Means, I. P. Farrington, Portland, Samuel Tit- 
comb, Augusta, Chas. Hamlin, Bangor. 

MAINE UNITARIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Incorporated in 1875, and organized at Saco, October 8, 1878. 
OFEiontts— President, Jos. W. Symonds, Portland ; Vice-president, Wil- 
iam Gore, Freeport; Secretary, Geo. A. Emery. Saco; Treasurer, Mark 
P. Emery, Portland: Finance Com., J. W. Symonds, Mark P. Emery, 
Portland ; J. D. Hopkins, Ellsworth ; Geo. F. Talbot, Portland ; Geo. A. 
Emery, Saco; Selden Connor, Portland 

GMBISTIAN. 

Ministers, 35. Membership, about 3,600. 

NuifBEB OF Confhbbnobs 3.— York and Cumberland, Maine Central 
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Churches 7. Membership, about 500. 



BTANOfililCAIi liVTHBRAN • 

Churches, 2. Membership about 600. 

The first liUthentu ehurch formed in Portland in 1874. 



PRB81B VTERI AN. 

Churches, 2. Ministers, 2. Membersliip, about 106. Churches in Maine 
are a part of Boston Presbvterjr. 

First Presbyterian church in Portland organised in 1885. Presbyterian 
church in Houlton organized in 1888. 

OHITRCK OF GOW^. 

Denomination organised 1830, in Pennsylvania. First church in Maine 
formed Sept. 27^ 1873, in Palmyra by Silas L. Pennell and 24 others. Com- 
municants in Maine about 1600. 

ROIHAN CATKOIilO. 

DiooBSB OF Portland embraces Maine. Rt. Rev. James Augustine 
Healy d.d., Bi$kop. Statistics for Maine— Churches, 70; chapels, 10; 
Priests, 70; College for bo>'s, 1; Academies for girls, 4; Orphan Asy* 
lums, 8; ParochisI Schools, 15, with attendance of 5,700; Home for Aged 
Women, 1; Schools for Indian children, 8. Catholic population about 
80,000. 



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MASONIC. 

Annual meetings first weelc in May at Portland. 

Officebs of Gravd Lodob. Grand Maater, Henry R. Taylor, Ma- 
chias: Deputy Grand Master, Horace H. Burbank. Saco; Senior Grand 
Waraenj^teotg^ R. Shaw, Portland ; Jwiior Grand Warden, Samuel L. 
MUler, Walboboro; Gnmd Thvasurer, Frederic Fox, Portland; Grand 
Secretary, Ira Berry, Portland. 

Subordinate Lodges, 192 ; members. 20,968. 



Grand Chaptbb. Gra/nd High Priest, Chas. I. CoUamore, Bangor; 
Deonty Grand High Priest, Albert M. Penley, Auburn; Grand King, 
Judson B. Onnbar, Portland; Grand Scribe, Seward S. Steams, Norway; 



Grand Treasurer, RufUs H. Hinkley, Portland; Grand Secretary, Ira 
Berry, Portland. 

Subordinate Chapters, 49; members, 4,969. 

Grand Commandbry. Grand Commander, Arlington B. Marston, 
Bangor : Deputy Grand Commander, Thos. P. Shaw, Portland ; Grand 
G&n^ralissimo, Horace H. Burbank, Saco; Grand Caotain GenercU, Wil- 
liam J. Landers, Gardiner; Grand TYeasurer, Leander W, Fobes, Port- 
land; Grand Recorder, Ira Berry, Portland. 

Subordinate Conuuanderies, 19; members, 2,471. 

Grand Council, M. I. Grand Master, Denison E. Seymour, Calais; 
Deputy Grand Master, Wm. R. G. Estes, Skowhegan ; Gr. P. C. of Work, 
Algernon M. Roak, Auburn: Grand Treasurer, Leander W. Fobes, Port- 
land; Granrf i?ccorefer, Ira Berry . Portland. 

Subordinate Councils, 18; members, 1,326. 



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Order of Hioh Priesthood. President, Josiah H. Drommondy Port- 
land; Recorder f Stephen Berry, Portland. Membership, about 875. 

Council of Deliberation, A. & A. S. Rrrs. convnuinder'in^Meft 
Marquis F. King, Portland; Grand Secretary, John S. Russell, Portland. 
Membership of subordinate bodies, about 660. 

mililTABY OR1»ER OF TMB l«OYAI< l«BOIOIf OF 
TKE ITNITKI^ 8TAT£«. 

Commanderf of the State of Maine. Headquarters, Portland. 

Officers of the Commandery, 1891. Commander, Brevet Brig.-Gen • 
Gen. T. W. Hyde; Senior Vice-commander, Brevet Brig.-Gen. Francis B. 
Heath; Junior Floe-commamfer, Brevet M:aJ.-Gen. George L. Beat; Re^ 
cordert Brevet Major Henry S. Burrage ; Registrar, Brevet Maior Holman 
S. Melcher; Trecwurer, Capt. Thomas J. Little: Chancellor, First Lieut. 
Chas. W. Roberts; Chaplain, Chaplain John Smith SewaU ; Council, Maj. 
Sidney W. Thaxter ; Brevet Major Wm. B. Lapham; Commander Frank 
Wildes; Asst. Surgeon, Alfred Mitchell; Mi^or, David £. Parsons. 

Annual meeting, first Wednesday in May, at Portland. Stated meet- 
ings, first Wednesday in May, September, December, and March. 

INBBPBIVBBNT ORBEB OF OBB FBIiliOlVS. 

This organization consists of 128 subordinate Lodges, with a membership 
of 18,657, and 48 Encampments, witli a membership of 4,918. Total amount 
paid for relief during 1890, $68,426.32. Invested ^nds, 9586,440.42. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge. Grand Master, Russell G. Dyer, 
Belfast; Deputy Grand Master, Nicholas Fessenden, Fort Fairfield; Orimd 
Warden, G«o. A. Gilpatric, Kennebunk ; Grand Secretary. Joshua Davis, 
Portland; Grand TYeaswer, Stephen Marsh, Portland; Grand Marshal, 
Samuel Adams, Belfast; Grand Conductor, Ruel Robinson, Camden; 
Grand Chaplain, Kev. John Tingling, Guilford: Grand Guardian, Win- 
field S. Carver, Vinalhaven ; Grand Herald, Orville T. Hodsdon, Portland; 
Grand Representatives, Kenry C. Bagley, Portland; Alfred S. Kimball, 
Norway. 

Officers of the Grand Encampment. Grand Patriarch, Wm. 
H. Austin, No. Berwick; Grand Bigh Priest, Geo. B. Kenworthy jr., 
Portland; Chrand Senior Warden, Wm. E. Plummer, Portland; Grand 
Scribe, Benj. C. Stone, Portland; Grand Treasurer, Albro E. Chase, 
Portland; Grand Junior Warden, "Ernat T. Lee, Calais; Grand Marshal, 
Wm. B. Littlefield, No. Berwick ; Grand Sentinel, Isaac Goddard, Auburn ; 
Deputy Grand Sentinel, Horatio K. Colesworthy, Portland ; Grand Reprt" 
senta^tves. Royal M. Mason, Auburn; Joseph S. Gilliatt, Portland. 

Officers of Patriarchs Militant. Commander, Brig.>Gen. Joseph 
L. Small, Biddeford; Chief qf Staff, Lt.-Col. Wm. E. Plummer, Portland; 
Assistant Inspector-Gen., A. E. Perry, Portland. (Remaining officers not 
appointed at date of going to press). 

Membership, about 1,200. 

The next annual session of the Grand Lodge of Maine will be held at 
Portland, the second Tuesdav in August, 1891, at nine o'clock, a.m. The 
Grand Encampment will hold its session on the same day, at 7^ o'clock, p.m. 

KNICiMTS OF PYTMlAii. 

Number of lodges, 73. Total membership, 7,907. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge. Past Grand Chancellor, Luther B. 
Roberts, Portland; Grand Chancellor, Fred Emery Beane, Hallowell; 
Grand Vice Chancellor, Geo. M. Hanson, Calais ; Grand Prelate, A. N. 
Waterhouse, Cumberland Mills; Grand M. of E., Edwin C. M.illiken, 
Portland; Grand K. qf R. and S., Wesley G. Smith, Old Orchard; GraTid 



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Master at Arms, Frank N. Goodrich, Gardiner; Grand I. G., William A. 
T^lor, Portland; Grand O. <?., Charles F. Hackett, Lisbon Falls. 

The next session of the Grand Lodge will be held in Portland, on tha 
third Wednesday of May, 1892. 

TKK IIIIPROTK1» Oei»BR OF RB1» IHEIV. 

Great Council of Maine instituted Oct. 26, 1888. Number of Tribes, 24. 
Membership, about IJOO. 

Chisps of the Gbbat Council.— Pa«< Chreai Sachem, K. M. Libby, 
Portland; Grea^ Sachem, B. B. Foster, Portland; Great Senior Saga- 
more, W. S. Bailey, Portland; Great Junior Sagamore, A. L. Stephenson, 
Gardinw; Great Prophet^ R. M. Libby, Portland; Great C. of R., C. W. 
Foster, Woodfords ; Great K. of fT., H. R. Sargent, Portland; Great 
Sannap, F. £. Wheeler, Woodfords; Great Mishinewa, W. E. St. John, 
KnightviUe; Great G. ofF., H. G. Starr, CumberUnd Mills; Great G. of 
IT., O. A. Tuell, Augusta; Heps, to the Great Cowunl of U. 5., R. M. 
Libby, Porthind. 

The next annual Council Fire will be held at Portland, Aug. 90»1891. 



ORAITD ARIIIT OP TKB REP17RI<IO. 

DBPARTMBNT OF MAINE. 

This D^Murtment contains 161 Posts. Membership Jan. 1, 1881, 9,676. 
Headquarters are at Portland. 

PaiiroiPAL DsPARTMKNT Offiobrs AND Stavf. Commander, Sam« 
uel L. Miller, Waldoboro; Senior Vice-commander, Franklin Adams, 
Brunswick; Junior Vice-commander, Geo. W. Reynolds, Wat«rville; 
ChaplaAn, Chas. A. Southard, St. Albans ; if e<2ica< Director, Josiah F. 
Day, Alfred; Assistant At^utant General, E. C. Milliken, Portland; AS' 
sistemt Q. M. General, L. D. Career, Rockland; Inspector, Joseph L. 
Small, Blddeford;ViM{oe Advocate, Chas. B. Rounds, (^ait; Chi^MuS' 
tering Officer, Charles £. Moulton, Auburn. 

sours OP TfiTBRAUrS VNITBR STATES OP ASIBRICA. 

Various State and local organizations existed prior to 1881. These were 
consolidated, in convention, at Pittsburg, Penn., Oct., 1882, into a National 
Order, to be known as the '* Sons of Veterans United States of America.'* 

Membership, 75.000. 

The Maine Division contains 41 Camps, with a membership of 1160. 
Maine Division headquarters are in Bangor for the ensuing year. 

Principal Division Opficbbs— CWoiw^ Andrew C. Cloudmaa, Cum* 
berland Mills; Lieut.'Colonel, E. C. Norman, Thomaston; Major, E. A. 
Vose, Waterville; Adjutant, J. W. Phinney, Cumberland Mills; Quarter- 
master, W. C. Farley, Saccarappa. 

Maine Division Council — Frank W. Davis, Auburn ; H. L. Harrington, 



Eastport : F. L. Beals, Auburn. 
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[ meeting June 10, 1891, at Auburn. 

nAINB SO€IBTY OP THB SONS OP TKB AMBRIGAN 
RBVOIiUTIOIV. 

President, John E. DeWitt, Portland; Vice-presidenfSj'EdwSiTd P. Bum- 
ham, Saco; Geo. F. Talbot, Portland; Edward A. Butler, Rockland; John 
C. Talbot, East Machlas; Sec, Henry S. Burrage, Porland ; Treas., Eben 
Corey, Portland ; Registrar, Josiah H. Drummond, Portland ; LibraHan, 
Hubbard W. Bryant, Portland; Historian, Willtem B. Lapham, Augusta; 
Chaplain, Francis B. Denio, Bangor; Coujicillors, Warren H. Vinton, 
Gray; Marquis F. King, Portland: William A. Goodwin, Portland. 

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PATRONS OF MUSBJJVDRT. 

MAINE STATE OBANQE. 

This organization consists of 222 subordinate Granges, and over 17»000 
members. 

Offiosbs op the State GtBANob. Master, *RaAi8 Prince, So. Turner; 
Overseer f M. B. Hunt, Belmont; Lecturer, G. M. Twitchell, Fairfield; 
Steward, W, S. Rogers, Topsham ; Chap., O. J. Hancock, Corinna; Trecu? 
urer, S. S. Smith, Norway; Secretary, F. A. Allen, Auburn Plains: Oate 
Keeper, N. F. Norton, Penobscot; Ceres, Mrs. Rufns Prince, So. Turner; 
Pomona, Mrs. M. B. Hunt, Belmont; Flora, Mrs. G. M. Twitchell, Fair- 
field ; Execative Committee, RufUs Prince, F. A. Allen, Ex-qMcio ; O. Gard- 
ner, Rockland; Nelson Ham, Lewiston; Thomas Daggett, Foxcroft ; S. H. 
Higgins, E. Orrington. 

The 18th Annual Session of the Maine State Grange will be held on the 
third Tuesday in December, 1891. 

IN]>EPKIV]>BIVT ORRBB OF C^OOB TBlHPIiARS. 

This organization in Maine contains 810 subordinate Lodges with a mem- 
bership of 20,000 and a jurenile membership of 6,000. 



Mrs., 

O. Treasurer, F. L. Gips(m, Stetson: O. "Chaplain, Rev. Robert Scott, 
Greene; Supt. o/JuvenUe Temples, Mrs. Emily E. Cain, Waterville. 
The 34th annual session will be held at Bangor, in April, 1882. 



SONS OF TBIIIPBRANCB. 

Grand Worthy Patriarch, W. O. Hersey, Brunswick; Past Grand WoT' 
thy Patriarch, J. M. Larrabee, Gardiner; Grand Worthy Associate, 
T. E. Ransted, Waterville; Grand Scribe, Mrs. Annie L. Hayes, Chel- 
sea; Grand Treasurer, H. K. Morrill, Gardiner; Grand Chaplain, Rev. 
D. B. Randall, Portland; Grand Cbmtttctor, Arthur N. Douglass, Chelsea; 
Grand Sentinel, W. H. Hnghey, Long Island. 

Semi-annual session, Waterville, April 22, 1891. Annual session, Weet 
Gray, October 28, 1891. 

TBlHPIiARS OF KONOR ANR TBIHPBRANOB. 

This organization contains 4 subordinate Temples, 1 Council and 1 Soc- 
ial Temple, with a membership of 160. 

OFFiOBas OF THE Gband TEMPLE. Grand Worthy Templar, J. J. 
Jones, Hallowell; G. W. Vice Templar, L. S. Rines, Gardiner; G, W, 
Recorder, N. B.Tracy, Auburn: G, W, Treasurer, O. V. Bisbee, Lewiston; 
G. W, Chaplain, Rev. Geo. W. Avery, Topsham; G, W. Usher, I. R. 
Clark. Bangor; G. W. Guardian, J. N. Cannon, Gardiner; Past G. W. 
T., F. G. Gorham, Bangor. 

Annual session of Grand Temple at Auburn, June 12, 1891. 

NBir BNOliANR ORRBR OF PROTBCTION. 

Grand Lodge of Maine instituted Sept. 11, 1889. Number of Lodges, 52. 
Membership over 2,700. 

Officebs fob 1891. Grand Warden, A. H. Genn, Bucksport; Grand 
Secretary, D. M. Frye, Apringvale; Grand Treasurer, W. H. Jewett^ 
Portland. 

Next annual session will be held at Saoo, April, 1892. 

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WOTfKAIim GKRISTIAN TBIUPKRJJVOB ITNIOIV. 

This organization consists of 159 auxiliary unions, with a membership 
of about 3,500, and lias under its supervision 100 societies for ehildren. The 
work is embraced in the following departments: Depts. of Organization 
and Prevention, Educational, Evangelistic, Social, ana Legal Depts. 

Offiokbs. President, Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, Portland; Corre»p<mdvng 
Secretary, Mrs. Sarah Lord Cram. Biddeford; Recording Secretary , Mist 
Clara M. Farwell, Rockland; Treasurer, Mrs. 9. M. Blanchard, Lewiston. 

The 17th annual meeting will be held in Augusta. 

ITNITBI» ORDER OF TKE C}OIiI»BN GROSS. 

A Temperance and Beneficent Protective Fraternity, consisting of Grand 
Commandery and 99 subordinate Commanderies. Membership of 4,700. 

Officers of Grand Commamdbby. Grand Commander, John A. 
Bennett, Woodfords; Grand Vice-Com., Miss Sophia 8. Turner, York; 
Grand Prelate, C. E Owen, Gardiner; Grand Keeper qf Records, 
H. Mitchell Jr., Kittery Point; Grand Treasurer, C. P. Gerrish, South 
Berwick; Grand Herald, Charles W. Carll, Cumberland Mills; Gratid 
Warden of Inner GcUe, Mrs. Herbert Smith, Springvale ; Grand Warden 
of Outer Gate, F. D. Grace, Kittery Point; Past G. C., F. I. Day, Lewiston. 

The next annual meeting will be held the third Tuesday in April, 1892. 

YOVNO mBN>» GKRI8TIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Local associations in Maine, 14. Membership, about 8,000. 

Statb Executive Committsb.— Chairman, John F. Cobb, Auburn; 
Treasurer, F. M. Drew, Lewiston; Cor. Secretary ^V, A. Haskell, Auburn; 
State Secretary, R. H. Shelton, Auburn. 

Annual meeting at Bangor, October, 189L 



irOUNO PEOPIiB'S SO€. OF CKRISTIAN BUTRBATOR. 

Maine State Union organized in 1887. No. of Societies, 253. Member- 
ship about 11,780. 

Officebs fob 1891. President, Y. Richard Foss, Portland ; Secretary, 
James W. Stevenson, Portland. 

Next annual meeting at Saco, September, 1891. 



NORTKERN NEir BNOIiAND SUNRAY S€KOOl4 AS- 
SBllIBIiY ANR MAINE CHAVTAUQIJA UNION. 

President, Freeman Hatch, Cornish; Vice-president, Rev. George D. 
Lindsay, Bangor ; Secretary, N. W. Edson, Portland ; Treasurer, Giorge 
H. Davis, Portland. 

EXBCUTIVB CoMMiTTEB.~Bev. G. D. Lindsay, Bangor; Rev. A. T. 
Dunn, D.D., Waterville; T. H. Johnson, N. Waterhouse, E. P. Went- 
worth, Carlton Kimball, G. M. Donham, C. F. Morse, E. S. Everett, 
Portland ; W. W. Stetson, Auburn ; J. S. Barrows, Fryeburg. 

Assembly meets at Fryeburg, July 28 to Aug. 15, 1891. 



RIRI<B*SOCIETir OF IIIAINE. 

Annual meeting, first Thursday in April, at Portland. 

President, Samuel W. Larrabee; Vice-president, Mark P. Emery; Treas., 
R. H. Hinkley; Cor. Sec., Rev. Asa Dalton, d.d.; Rec. Sec, N. W. Ed- 
son; Auditors, H. W. Shaylor, John J. Gerrish; State Supt., E. B. Stilsoi^ 



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HIAINE HISTORICAIi SOOIGTIT. 

Organized in Portland, 1822. Baxter buildinff, 621 Congress street, Port- 
iMid. Its valuable collections of books, pamphlets and relics, haye been 
carefully arranged therein, and are now open for reference to the public* 
Its library of bound books numbers 10,000, and it has an equal number of 
unbound pamphlets. It possesses, likewise, a large collection of cnrio«» 
ities, relics, and Indian implements. 

Offickbs,— President, Hon. James P. Baxter, Portland; Viee^pres* 
ident, B.utus K. Sewall, Wiscasset; Cor, Secretary, Joseph Williamson, 
Belfast; Treasurer, Lewis Pierce, Bsq., Portland; Rec. Secretary and 
librarian, H. W. Bryant, Portland. Quarterly meetings at Portland. 

Annual Meeting at Brunswick in June. 

niAINK MEI»I€AIi ASSOCIATION. 

Annual meeting at Portland, second Tuesday of June, 1891. 

President, S. B. Hunter, Machias; lat Vice-presidenUB. B. Foster. Port- 
land; 2d Vice-president, F. L. Dixon, Lewlston: TVeas., A. S. Thayer, 
Portland; Permanent Secretary, Ghas. D. 8mith, Portland; Correspond' 
ing Secretary, O. W. Stone, Camden: Censors, D. A. Robinson. Bancor; 
S. P.Warren, Portland; H. H. Smith, Machias; J. C. Caldwell, Buck- 
field; J. O. Webster, Augusta; Business Committee, I. B. Kimball, Port- 
land; E. T. Andrews, Gray. 

TKB niAINK KOIflEOPATMIC llIBI»l€AIi SOCIETY. 

Organized 1867. Annual meeting at Portland, first Tuesday in June. 

Officers fob 1891.— President, D. C. Perkins, Rockland; Vice-presi- 
dents, W. F. Shepard, W. E. Fellows Bangor; Recordina Secretary. J. G. 
Gannett, Yarmouth; Corresponding Secretary, ¥. A. Gushee, Appleton; 
Treasurer, W.S. Thompson, Uallowell ; Censors, H. C. Bradford, Lewis- 
ton; J. M. Priley, Bangor: T. N. Drake, Pittsfield; W. F. Cleaveland, 
Bastport; C. S. Philbrick, East Corinth. 

niAINE ECIiKCTIC IIIK1»ICAI< SOCIKTY. 

Organized, June 28, 1866. Chartered, Feb. 29, 1868. Organization under 
charter. June 24, 1868. Annual meeting, fourth Wednesday in May. 

President, A. Fossett, Porthind; Fice-presidentt O. W. Iworton, Mercer; 
Secretary, F. Barrett, Cumberland Mills; TVeas., N. R. Martin, Sacoa- 
rappa; JUbrarianf Y. R. Perkins, Freeport. 

JHLAINB 1»BNTAI< SOCIBTY. 

The next annual meeting will be held in Brunswick on the third Tuesday 
tn July, 1891. 

Offiobbs for 1890-91. President, Elbridge Bacon, Portland; Fioe- 
prc#irfen«, G. W. Stoddard, Belfest; Secretary, E. C. Bryant, Pittsfield; 
TVeeuurer, B. J. Roberts, Augusta; Librarian, J. W. Curtis, Brunswick; 
Chairman of "Executive Committee, J. W. Curtis, Brunswick. 

MAINS PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

Organized 1864. Membership. 76. Annual meeting, Portland, Jan., 1892. 

Offiobbs for 1891.— /Ve«iden^ Samuel T. PickaKl, Portland ; Fice-pret, 
idents, Jos. O. Smith, Skowhegan; Frank G. Rich, Bangor; Jas.C. Chil- 
cott, Ellsworth; Recording Secretary, Joseph Wood, Bar Harbor; Correi- 
ponding Secretary, Frank H. Dexter, Springyale; Treasurer^Wm. B. Lap- 
nam, Augusta; Executive Committee, the President, ex-officio, Geo. H. 
Oilman, Houlton; Geo. S. Rowell, Portland; Chas. B. Haskell, Pittsfield. 



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MAINE PBDAOOOICAIi SOGIBTT. 

Organized at WaterviUe, May 7, 1880. 

OFnoBBS roB IS^l.—Presidentf Edwin P. Sampson, Saoo ; Vice-preS' 
identt A. F. Richardson, Castine; Secretary and Treas., H. M. Bstabrook, 
Gortaam; Oen. Chairman of dommittees on Itutruetkm, M. C. Femald, 
Orouo. 

Annual Meeting in Deo. of each year, at call of Executive Committee. 

RBPUBIilOAN felTATB GOiHiHITTBB. 

CfhairmOHt Joseph H. Manley, Aagasta; Secretary^ F. £. Southard, 
Augusta; C. C. Benson, Lewiston; F. A. Powers, HonltoniFre^l. N. 
Dow, Portland: J. C. Holman, Farminjp^u; H. B. Saunders, Ellsworth; 
E. H. Lawry, Rockland; Wm. H. Hilton, Damariscotta; H. M. Bearoe, 
Norway; J. L. Cutler, Bangor; W.K. Parsons, Foxcroft; S.W.Carr, Bow- 
doinham; Joseph O. Smith, Skowhegan; W. U. Hunt, Liberty; L. G. 
Downes, Calais; Chas. M. Moses, Saco. 



l^BiHOGBATIG STATB GOmiHITTBB. 

Chairman, John B. Donovan, Alfred; /Secretary, Fred Emery Beane, 
Hallo well; Treasurer, Chas. McCarthy, Portland. Horatio G. Foss, Au- 
burn; C. G. Littlefleld, Caribou; Kimball Eastman, Cumberland Mills; E. 
O. Greenleaf, Farmington; JohnT. Higgins, Bar Harbor; E. L. Jones; 
Waterville; Stephen J. Qushee, Appleton; Jesse K. Willet, Waldoboro. 
R. A. Frye, Bethel; F.W. Hill jr., Exeter; J. F. Arnold, Foxcroft; Geo. 
E. Hughes, Bath; J. J. Parlin, North Anson; Chas. Baker, Belfast; Jas. 
R. Talbot, East Machias. 



PROKIBITION STATB GOUKIIUTTBB. 

CJicUrmanj Yolney B. Cushing, Bangor; Secretary y Wilder W. Perry, 
Portland; Cor. Secretary, Nathan F. Woodbury, Auburn; Treas., E. T. 
Burrowes, Portland. William R. Shaw. Bath; I. M. Grant, Ellsworth; 
C. C. Greenwood, W. Farmington; J. J. Buldnch, Waldoboro; W. T. 
Eustis, Dixfield; S. F. Emerson, Skowhegan; J. Barker, Calais; G. M. 
I*ark8, Presque Isle; W. S. Thompson, HalTowell; O. P.liartin, Foxcroft; 
A. E. Clark, Belfast; J. M. Marshall, Buxton. 



BOARI» OF lfrORIiI»19 PAIR MAHAOERS. 

Hall C. Bubleioh, Yassalboro, Presf Eva A. Parch eb. Saco, Sec- 
retary: Hen&y INGALLS, Wiscasset, Vice-president: Jab. A.Boardman, 
Baogor, Treasurer ; Chas. P. Mattocks, Portland, Exec. Commissioner. 

APPOINTED AT WASHINGTON. 

Alternate Commissioner at Large^ Henry Ingalls, Wiscasset. Commis- 
sioners, Augustus R. Bixby, Skowhegan; William G. Davis, Portland. 
Alternates, James A. Boardman, Bangor; Clark S. Edwards, Bethel. 
Lady Members, Mrs. Edwin C. Burleigh, Augusta ; Mrs. Sarah R. Bixby. 
Skowhegan ; Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, Portland ; Miss Kate H. Locke, Bethel, 

APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. 

1st District— ChM. p. Mattocks, Portland ; Eva A. Parcher, Saco. 
2d District— D. J. Callahan, Lewiston; Kate May Andrews, Lewiston. 
3d District— Kb1\ C. BurleighjYassalboro ; Lucinda M. Bellow8,Freedom. 
4th i>j«eric^— Joseph P. Bass, Bangor ; Agnes C. Paul, Fort Fftirfleld. 



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COIiliEOKS AND 8€KOOIi8. 

JBowdoin College •Srunswieh, 
Rev. William DbW. Hyde, d.d., Bronswicky Pretid^nL 
Stephen J. Young, Brunswick, Treasurer, 
F&AMKLIN M. D&EW, Lewiston, Secretary, 
Commencement^ June 26, 1891. 

Colby University,— WaterviUe. 

. Albion W. Suall, Ph.D., President. 
JosiAH H. Drummond, Portland, Vice-president, and Chair' 

man of Board of Trttstees. 
Pekoival BoNNBr, Portland, Secretary and Treaswrer, 
Commencement, July 1» 1891. 

^atoB College,— Jjewiston, 

Incorporated 1863. 
Rev. Oreit B. Cheney, d.d., President. 
Addison Small, Lewiston, Treasurer, 
Commencement, June 25, 1891. Term commences Aug. 26, 1891. 

Maine Wesleyan 8enUnary and Female College,— Meadfield^ 

Founded 1821. 
Rev. E. M. Smith, d.d., Kent's Hill, President. 
Rev. C. F. Allen, d.d., Kent's Hill, Secretary, 
J. J. Pebry,' Portland, Treasurer. 

Commencement, June 11, 1891. 

Bangor Theological 8etnin€try. 

Incorporated, 1814. 
Pbof. Henry L. Chapman, Brunswick^ Pres. Board cf Trustees, 
Joseph 8. Wheelwright, Bangor, Vice-president, 
John L. Crosby, Bangor, Secretary. 
Samuel D. Thurston, Bangor, Treas. and General Agent. 
Prop. Francis B. Dknio, Bangor, Secretary qfihe Faculty. 
Anniversary, June 2-3, 1891. Term commences, Sept. 10, 1891. 

CoM JDivinity RehooU-JjOwUton, 

Bstablished 1870. 
Rev. O. B. Cheney, d.d., Lewiston, President. 
Rev. J. A. Howe, d.d., Lewiston, Secretary. 
Addison Small, Lewiston, TreoMirer. 
AnniTersary June 24, 1891. Term commences Aug. 25, 1891. 

Medical School of Maine, — BrunawieTc, 
Rev. William DeWitt Hyde, d.d., President. 
Alfred Mitchell, m.d., Secretary. 

State College of Agriculture and State Normal Schools, 

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290 ANNUAL BBOIBTEB OV MAINB. 

C. R. MiLUEBK, President. J. W. Leatitt, Treanirer. 

Portlaod Rolliog Mill, 

XAnurAOTUBBHa or 
Bztra, Standard, Forest City, Refined & Common 

1AERCH«(HT B«(R IROH, 

FISH PLATES AND E. R SPIKES, 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 

ASTHUB Sewajx, President. C. B. Milliken^ l^eMurer. 

POLAND PAPER CO., 

MILLS AT MECHANIC FALLS, ME. 

MANUFAOTUBSSS OF 

News, Fine M. P. and Extra S. C. Book 

'^ Jsr' r\ I Jtr' j5 JsA S . ^- 
Treasurer's Office, - 24 Plum St, 
PORTLAND, MAINE, 

GILEN HOUSE, 



WEITE IIOUNTAINS, N. H. 
r/re Largest and BestHouae in the White Mountains. 

— <— ^REBUILT IN 1887.*— »— 

C. R. MILLIKEN, - Proprietor. 

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EXCHANGE » HOTEL, 

Chapel 8i*9 LewUton, Jfe. 

B. M uroh A Son, - Proprietors. 

E. MUBCH. Habby T. Mubch. 

Livery Connected. 



H. Wesley Hutcbins, 

Manufacturer of 

Patent Scale Board Boxes 

Herb Boxes for Druggists a special- 
ty. Also Mailing Boxes. Highest 
Cash Price paid for Bass Wood XiOgs 
at any railroad station in the State. 

AUBURN, MAINS, 



JOHN M. CRAWSHAW, 

MACHINIST. 

i9k W«rk Mi EepAlrlNT •f aU kliit 
rrtaptly Dom. 

DW. - AUBURN, ME. 



€. J. Litchfield & Co., 
Carriage Manufacturers. 

Custom Carriage Making and Re- 
pairing a Specialty. 
Carriage,8ign & Ornamental Painting. 
New & Second-hand Carriages for sale. 

Jnict. Tnraer aii PleMait Sts., 

AUBUBNy MAINB. 



One smart man in OTery ci^ and 
town in Maine to control the safe of 

The 0oifr«s8 Hat Hook. 

BRAY ft PIPER, - Gen. Agents. 

Office 3 1-2 Savings Bank Block. 

AUBURN, MB. 



T. A. HUSTON & CO., 

WhoU9ai€ 

Bakers 8& Confectioners, 

»6 MAIN STREET, 

Aububn, Me. 



J. W. VERRILL, 

Machinist. 

Shoe Tools & Light Machinery. 

Medical Batteries and Philosophical 

Apparatus Made and Repaired. 
BftllroaiBqHftre, AUBURN, MAINE. 



CAMPBELL &DECELLES, 
Real Estate insurance 

— AMD— 

General Commission Agrents. 

Loans Negotiated. 
n$ UsbM 8t„ - IKWISTON, MB. 



FOR ALL THE NEAVS 

Subscribe for the 

IiEITiriSTOlV - JOURNAIm. 

Weekly, $2.00; Semi- Weekly, $2.50 ; 
Daily, $7.00, by mail. 

POSTAGE PREPAID BY PUBLISHERS. 

Printing of Every Description, in the Best Style 

and at Low Rates. 

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ABRAM ATWOOD, 

Wholesale & Retail Dealer in 

Heats, Fruits, Vegetables and Fish, 

Oysters a Specialty. 
1S9 Lisbon Street, LMWI8TOS. 



E. S, PAUL & CO., 

DRY and FANCY GOODS, 

No, 174 Lisbon Street, 

Lewiston, - Maine. 

Samples sent to any address. 



BDWIN JF. VIJaLT>, 

MACHINIST AMD IRON FOUNDER. 

Builder and Dealer in 
New and Second-hand Engines. Ma- 
chinery, Boilers, &c. Special atten- 
tion given to repairing Machinery, 
Boilers, Etc. 
36 Canal St., Lewiston, Maine. 



The James Baldwin Co., 

Manufacturers of 

Bobbins, Spools, Skewers, 

And Variety Wood Turning. 

All orders promptly filled. 

NORTH OF NO. 1 CROSS CANAL, 

LEWISTON. ME. 



HOTEL ATWOOI>5 

MAIN STREET, LEWISTON, - 0pp. Lower Maine Central B. R. SUtion. 

100 rooms, furnished new throughout, and with the hest beds to be bought 
with money. Electric lighted, electric bells, bath rooms and rooms en autte. 
Fine sample rooms for commercial travelers. Nearest all the depots, horse 
cars, and convenient for both Lewiston and Auburn. 

One of the Best l||2.00 a Day Houges in New Bngland. 
H. A. WALLINGFORD, Manager. JOHN C. CURTIS, Clerk. 



Lewiston Brass Foundry. 

CHARLES H. JUMPER. 

All Kinds of Brass and 
Composition Castings. 

Toe Weights for Trotting Horses. 

Zinc for Batteries, 
No. 4 Ash Street, Lewigton, Me. 



A. B. nm, MACHINIST. 

Manofactarer of Steam Engines, 
Elevators, Dowell Machines and other 
Wood-working Machinery. Boilers 
furnished to order. All kinds of Job- 
bing and Repairing 



JOHN B, SMITH & CO., 

FIFEBSANDFLUMBEBS. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 
Wrought Iron Pipe, Lead Pipe, 
Plumbing Materials and Rubber 
Goods. Ilot Water Heating a Spec- 
ialty. Estimates given in above 
branches. 
40 Lower Main St., LEWISTON. 



WALKER BROS., 

Wholesale and Retail 

OYSTER DE/VLERS 

SS Bates St*, near Main, 

LEAATISTON, - MAINE. 
All orders by mail or express 
promptly attended to. 



22 Main St „ 



LevfiMton% Me. 



Nealey & Miller, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Groceries, Flour & Provisions, 

Cor. Bates and Main Sts., Lewiston, Me. 
A. B. Nealey. C. H. Miller. 



If you intend visiting any part of 
the world (especially Europe), or send- 
ing FOR friends, or sending money to 
friends, buy your passage tickets and 
drafts of 

JOHN OABN£B, 

Chfoeer and Provision I>ealer. 

Passenger and Exchange Agent. 

LEWISTON, MB. 



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ANDROSCOQQIN COUNTY. 

Vormed from Gomberland, Oxford, Kennebec, and Lincoln. Incorporated 
lIarehl8,18M—SleTttA towns and two cities. Anbam, shire town. Pop- 
nlation— 1880, 19,851; 1840.22,682; 1860,26,748; 1860» 29,726. 1870,86.- 
866; 1880, 46,044 ; 1890, 48,968. Aiea, 400 square miles. Yalnation, 1860 
— r(^,«661i Estates, $8,280,892; 1870-PoIl8,7894; Sstates, $17,692466: 
1880-Polls, 10,812; Bst., $20,776,978; 1890~Poll8, 12,376; Est., $26,260,866. 



Bhlretowa. On M.O. R. R. and a.T.R.,881mUes from Portland. First 
settled, 1786. Terminus of stages to No. Auburn, Turner, No. Turner, 
lirermore, and BudEfleld. Formerly constituted a part of Minot, from 
which it was separated, and incorporated Feb 24, 1842. DanTille annexed 
Feb. 26, 1867. Charter adopted Feb. 22, 1869. Population— 1860, 2840; 
1890, 4022; 1870, 6160: 1880,9666; 1890, 11,260. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 
1284; Estates, $1,224,060. 1870-PoIIb, 1601 ; Estates, $2,918,101 ; 1880- 
PoUs, 2820; Estates, $6,099446; 1890-PoIls, 2908; Estates, $6,196,760. 
Muni^;>al election, first Monday in March. GoTemment organised 

March 22, 1869. 

Mayors under CUu orgcmizaitiion. 
1869,Thos.iattlefleld; 1870, S. P. Miller; 1871-4, Thos.Littiefleld,i{Mt.; 

I81&-6, James Dinriey, Oifisen's; 1877-8, Hannibal R. Smith, Rep.; 1879- 

80, Thomas Littleifeld, Rep. ; 1881-88, Geo. S. Woodman, Rep. ; 1884, B. F. 

Sturgis, Rep, ; 1886-6, L. W. Haskell, CUizeh't ; 1887-8, A. M. Penley, Rep, ; 

18£^1, Albwt R. Sarage, iZap. 

VoUfwrMayor^UQl, 

Wardt-l. II. in. 

Alhert R. SaTage, iZep., 64 868 176 

R.M Mason, 2>eir>., 24 104 56 

H. P. Dorman, iVoAid., 16 28 11 

Scattering, 1 

JPmeitmaeiere— John C. Blake; Boat, C. F. Curtis: West, B. S. Crafts; 
iTort^, Isaac Osgood; South, J. G. Dexter; Danvule, Chas. Thurston; 
SenUh D(mville,ol[n. E. Bowie; PUnms, F. A. Allen. 

C mm erHa m e mij 1891— Albert R. Savage, Mayor; Geo. G. Gilford, 
Clerk, 

Aldermen: Wards— 1. D. W. Kinsley; 2. W. G. Lowell; 3. T. E. Bns- 
tiBjtrte.; 4. L N. HaskeU; 5. S. B. Smith. 

Common CkmncU: Charles F. Curtis. Preeident; J. H. Neal, Clerk, 
Wards— 1. Chas. F. Curtis, R. S. Woodward, W. D. Curtis j2. Chas. H. 
Bilggs, Geo. E. Davis, Jas. M. Stevens: 8. Henry H. Hanson, H. W. Oakes, 

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£. H. Hatching; 4. A. A.Garcelon, J. P. Anger, B. H. Soper; 6. £. G. 
Bobinson, S. S. Ashworth, Charles £. Mavel. 

Ciiw Vremtnrer^Ot^o. E. MoCann. 

•###e##or#— John N. Foster, Ghss. Dnnn, Bandall Harriman. 

Coileei^r—B. Q. Bveleth. 

tMndiior £. C. BHggs. 

8oHeiior—J. W. Mitchell. 

JtfHuiehMil CoaM*#— Blchard Dresser, Judge, Civil jurisdiction, $100 ; 
terms 4th Taes. of each month except Angnst. 

Sehooi Commiiiee—A. B. Savage, Chairman (estw>jf.)i Ansel Brlggs, 
H. A. Whitman, M. B. Watson, F. L. Bartlett, M. F. Bicker, £. &. 
Heath, A. M. Fenley, F. J. Bonney. A. M. Boak, A. C. Frank. 

School SnperiHieMdeni—W. W. Stetson. 

JP*y#iriaM— Geo. B. Andrews. 

Board of BeaUM—J. W. Beede, sec., Henry Lowell, Daniel Lara. 

ChierBngineer—V. H. Storah. 

Street CommUtioHer^H. L. Haskell. 

Overteert of Foor—A. M. Penley, I. V. McKenney, J. L. Lowell. 

Chief of J»o«c«— Llewellyn Maxwell. 

jr»#«Wc#— Geo. O. Wing, Sept. 1, 1887 ; L. L. Small, Oct. 12, 1886; Seth 
M. Carter, Feb. 24, 1887; John A. Morrill, Jan. 15, 1891; F. O. Watson, 
Mar. 5. 1890; Tascus At wood, June 29, 1886; H. W. Oakes, Jan. 13, 1888; 
Horace C. Day, Nov. 20, 1889; Geo. E. McCann, Feb. 13, 1889; Nathan W. 
Harris. Dec. 13, 1888; BenJ. T. Chase, July 2, 1890. 

jH9tiee§^A. A. Miller, Feb. 11, 1890; Ebenezer Jordan, March 16, 
1887; George C. Wing, April 26. 1889; A. M. Pulsifer, April 24, 1890 ; G. 
S. Woodman, March 17,1^; W. M. Harris, Dec. 27, 1889; N. Morrill, 
August 80, 1889; Silas Sprague, April 29, 1886; H. W. Oakes, March 
27,1887; A. B. Savage, Apnl 8, 1889; N. W. Harris, July 18. 1886; J. 
Wesley Mitchell, Jan. 2, 1889; J. Edwin Nye, April 23, 1886; Wilfred Har- 
ris, Mar. 5. 1890; M.B.Watson, Jan. 22, 1891; N. H.Woodbury, Sept. 1, 1890; 
Geo. G. Giffbrd, June 13. 1890; J. A. Morrill, Feb. 5, 1886; John W. 
May, March 16, 1887; Tascus Atwood, June 18, 1886; J. 0. Briggs, Miurch 
26, 1886; I. W. Hanson, Nov. 80, 1888; H. C. Day, April 27, 188f; Charles 
E. Wing, December 19, 1890; George E. McCann, January 18, 1888; 
Fred O. Watson, Dec. 16, 1886; W. W. Bolster, June 27, 1884; Timothy A. 
Bailey, Feb. 19, 1885; Geo. H. Brown, Feb. 12, 1886; E. S. Crafts, Jan. 
6,1886; Arthur C. Sprague, Sept. 22, 1885; Patrick H. Kelleher, June 18. 
1886; B. F. Foss, April ^, 1886; Chas. E. Garcelon, July 6, 1888; Edward 

0. Little, June 6, 1888; Jerome B. Hunttm, July 6, 1888 ; A. E. Verrlll, Jan. 
2. 1889: Walter F. Stanehfield, Feb. 11, 1890; M. F. Bicker. Nov, 30, 1888; 
Benj. W. Nason, Apr. 24, 1890; Beni. T. Chase, July 2, 1890: Henry C. 
Cony, Aug. 6, 1890; F. L. Small, July29, 1890, Quorum: J. D. Pulsifer, 

1. W. Hanson, Fred O. Watson, W. W. Bolster, Dedimiu. 

Mtibrar9—Y. M. C. A., 2.000 volumes. / 

i§9§ociaHoH0—Iifa8ons—l!rB,nqu.i\,'Wed. on or before ftatU moon ; An- 
cient Brothers, 8d Tues.; Bradford B. A. C, Ist Tues. ; Princes of Jerusa- 
lem, 4th Frl.; Auburn Masonic Assoc, quarterly. /. O. 0. ^.— Andros. 
coggin. No. 24, Mon ; Abou Ben Adhem, No. 28, Thurs.; Bath, No. 9, 
D. of B., 1st and 3d Wed^ Pedepscot Enc, 2d and 4th Tues. Y. M. C. A.— 
H. C. Wilson, gen. sec. W. C. T. CT.— Thurs. P. q/' /T.— Auburn, No. 4, 1st 
and 3d Sat.; Danville Junction, No. 66, Thurs. ; Lake View, No. 249, Ist 
and 3d Sat. ; Stevens Plains, No. 294, Thura. K. of P.— Enterprise, No. 22, 
Wed.; Eureka, No. 48, Fri.; Uniform Bank, Auburn Div., No. 3, Ist 
Thurs.; Pythian Sisterhood, Harmony, No. 1, alt. Tues. Hoyal Conclave^ 
Knights and Ladies— So. 31, Ist and 3d Thurs. K. qf /T.— Auburn, No. 287, 
1st and 3d Fri. G. A. /?.— Bumaide Post, No. 47. Wed.: Burnside Belief 
Corps, No. 10, Mon. S. qf F.— Almon C. Pray Camp, No. 2, Tues. U. O. 
G. a— Excelsior, No. 127. 2d and 4th Mon. L. qf J7.— Eureka, 2d and 4th 
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2, Wed. N. E, O. of P.— North Star, No. 67, 3d and 4th Wed. WiUon*9 
Orchestra, Geo. T. Wilson, leader. Auburn Public Library Asto'n, S. F. 
Merrill, pres. East— I. O. G. T.— Industry, Wed. 



Agric«lt«ral IiMpl«iM««ta. 

(ManufiKturers.) 
Whitman Agricultural Works, W. 
£. Whitman, supt.. Hutching St., 
between M. C. and Q. T. R. 

Ap*thecari«« and Dra wisu. 

Alden, B. L. & Co., Broad. 
AUBURN DRUG & CHSflCICAL 
CO., 68 Court (see advt. opp. page 

ROBINSON WM. A., comer Court 
and Main. Paints and Paper- 
hanging a specialty. 

Smith & Cook, Goff block. 

Aabarn Aqaedact €•• 

F. M. Jordan, pres.. N. 1. Jordan, 
treasurer, Gofl block. 

Aabani Board af Trad«. 

Ara Cushman, pres. ; W. A. Robin- 
son, sec; 83 Main. 

Aabarn liaaa and Baildiag 
AMaciatiaa. 

A. R. Savage, pres. ; Geo. G. Gif- 
ford, sec. ; office Goff block. 

Anbara Narelfy Ca. 

BRAY & PIPER, gen. agents, 81 
Main (see advt. opp. page 280). 

Aactiaaeers. 

Allen Geo. A., 6 Roak block. 
Garcelon C. E., 57 Court. 
Holmes Dana B., North Auburn. 

Bak«rs. 

Burgin Thos. H., 164 Main. 
HUSTON T. A. & CO., 26 Main 

(see advt. opp. page 230). 
Libby E. & Son, corner Court and 

Turner. 
Walton A., 83 Second. 
York C. L. & Son, 168 Court. • 

/ Banks, 

(See page 222.) 



Baak«r« aad Brak«r«. 

Auburn Trust Co., 33 Court. 

THE AMERICAN BANKING & 

TRUST CO., 73 Main (see advt. 

back of book). 

Be«f (whalesale)* 

Merrow P. D. & Co., New Auburn. 
Penley F. 87 Knight. 

Blackamitks. 

Allen C. C, Bast Auburn. 
Boothby D. S., (edge tools) N. Aa- 

burn. 
Brown N. R., Mc. Falls road. 
Coombs W. G.. 3 River road. 
Crafts M. F., West Auburn. 
Crocker F. E., Miller. 
Gardner A., Second. 
Lov€!Joy S. H., 43 Turner. 
Marti neau L., 31 Second. 
Phillips F. F.. 85 Turner. 
Small C. H., North Auburn. 
Stevens D. B.. 148 Turner. 
Stone G. W., Mc. Falls road. 
Wakefield A. B., Mechaiics row. 

Baakfl and 8tatian«ry« 

Haskell J. C, 66 Court. 
Pollister S. A., 88 Court. 

Baat aad Shoe ]IIanafact'ra* 

American Shoe Mnf g. Co.,172 Main. 

Ara Cnshm'an Company, 209 Court 
and 22 R. R. square. 

Damren & Field, 162 Main. 

Dingley, Foss & Co., 84 Troy. 

Foss, Packard & Co., 117 Main. 

J. F. Cobb Shoe Co., 97 Main. 

Munroes, Packard & Linscott, be- 
tween Union and Troy. 

Nute Bros., Roak block. 

Pray Small & Co., between Union 
and Troy. 

"V^ite A. P. & Co., 158 Mahi. 

Wise & Cooper, 164 Main. 

Baat aad Shoe Stack and 
Findinc*. 

Kinsley D. W. Jr. & Co., 140 Main* 



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B**to and Shoes, Retuil. 

Attwood & Barrows, 60 Court. 
Bftrron John. Broad. 
Moody W. F., 74 Main. 

Boots and Shoes, CostoiM 
and Repairs* 

(See also Boots and Shoes, retail.) 
Butler O. H., 86 Court. 
Drew J. M., 13 Turner. 
Hall Wm. (appers), lT6 Mahi. 
Mitchell Clark, under P. O. 
Sawyer J. B., 140 Main. 
Turner "Winslow, 23 Turner. 

Box IXImfr. (Patent Scale 
Board). 

HUTCHINS H. WESLBY, Hutch- 
ins St., betw. M. C. R. R. and G. 
T. R. (see advt, opp. page 230). 

Boxes and I^nniber. 

Conant Frank R., 165 Washington 
and Kotrth Auburn. 

Bricks. 

Austin P. M., Danville Junction. 
Dunn Charles, Mechanic Falls road. 

Cabinet makers* 

Mathews L. L.. MUler. 

Stetson Samuel, 14 Mechanic row. 

Canned Goods (fflnfrs*) 
Bumham & Morrill, 74 French. 
The tJnited Packers, 64 French. 

Carpenters and Bnilders* 
Bailey H. H., North Auburn. 
Ballard S. K., 103 Turner. 
Beals k Hnnnewell, SR James. 
Day Bros., New Auburn. 
Dlnsmore & Greenleaf, 17 Mechanic 

row. 
Estes N. 0., 118 Second. 
Greenleaf E. M., Miller. 
Greenleaf J. A., 19 Granite. 
Jordan C. A , Aoaden^. 
Iiibby & Keith, 12 Mechanic row. 
Tubbs A. A., 44 Miller. 
Warren A. F., 14 Mechanic row: 

Carpet Cleaning, etc* 

Guild A. B., 176 Washington. 

Carriages* 
Dillingham T., No. Auburn. 
LrrCHFIBLD C. J. & CO., Juno. 

Turner and Pleasant (see adyt. 

opp. page 280). 



Nereni C. T., Tumef, cor. Pleasant' 
Packard C. B., North Auburn. 

Carriage Ironers* 

Kimball C. B., 100 Turner. 
Taylor Bros., 113 Turner. 

Carriage Trimmers* 

McKenney J. H., Turner. 
Nevens C. T., Turner, c. Pleasant. 

Cigar Mannfactnrers and 
Bealers. 

Alden W. A., 10 Court. 
Bmerton J. B. (and sporting good»)i 
124 Main. 

Claim Agents* 

Cony H. C, 76 Main. 
Harris Wm. M., 31 Court. 

ClergyuMn and Chnrches* 

Baptist. 
Gumey L. P., West Auburn. 
Heath James, Willow. 
Towne C. A., Court street ch. 
Vacant, East Auburn. 

CongregcUkmalist. 
Root F. S., High street church. 
Thomas L. J., Sixth street churoh. 
Supplies, West Auburn. 

JPVee Baptist. 
Stacy T. H., Court street church. 

MetJtodist, 
Supplies^ South Auburn. 
Rogers F. C, High st. church. 
Snell F. W., North Auburn. 

UniverscUist. 
Vacant, North Auburn. 
Hayden C. A., Elm street church. 

Clothing and Genu' Fur- 
nishings* 

Cobb, Geo. W., 67 Court. 
Cushman A. B., 66 Court. 

Coal «nd IFood* 

Smith H. R., 21^ Court. 

Commission ]!Eerfshai||p» 

Curtis M. A. & Co., 104 Main. 



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Gobs E. P., 48 Court. 

HUSTON T. A. k CO., 26 Main 

(see advt. opp. page 230). 
Bugles L. S. (wholesale dealer), 114 

C^afveM Sat WK—Um* 

BRA.Y & PIPER, gen'l agents, 81 
Main (see advt. opp. page 290). 

C*tt«Hi ManiifactBrera* 

Barker Mill, A. M. Pulsifer, treas., 
William Hayes, agent. 

Crackery and Olasa^rare. 

Dingley John & Co., 86 Main. 
IngersoU, Whitman & Co., 64 Main. 

]>«ntisu. 

Biglow P. B., 72 Main. 
Pield H. W.. 66 Court. 
Goddard I., 72 Main. 
Howe P. B., Goff block. 
Payson C. B., 76 Main. 
Becord B. B., 68 Court. 

Drain Pipe* 

^eld G. H., 26 Laurel. 

l^reM tttod €l«iik Mttkera* 

Atkins O. A., 28 Third. 
Chase .t. B., 8 Court. 
Davis 0. B. Mrs., Main. 
Dionne Mrs., Broad. 
Draper O. E. Mrs., 81 Main. 
Dunn A. H., 150 Pleasant. 
Harris A. J. Mrs., 106 Pleasant. 
Kewton Villa Mrs., 6 Court. 

Dry a«d Fancy €^ad** 

Bartlett P. & Son, 40 Court. 
Fowles A. W. & Co., 87 Main. 
Shapiro J. J., Broad. 

Dry Oaads and Ora«erie»* 

Bird S. W., North Auburn 
Crafts Ei S., West Auburn. 
Osgood I., North Auburn. 

Slcctrie Iii«lit Cm.y liewis- 
tan and Aakam. 

Daniel Briggs, treasurer; oflSceGoff 
block. 

Expresses* 

American, office, Y. M. C. A. block. 
Merchanta, office, Goff block. 



Kztenaian Oases. 
Brodcway Mnfg. Co., 142 Main. 

Fancy Oaads* 

Hill Brothers (wholesale only), rmr 

57 Court. 
Wiggin W. H., 66 Main. 

FertiiiBers* 

Willis Henry & Co., 144 Main. 

Fiarist* 

ROAK GEO. M., 124 and 168 Higlu 

Cut Plowers a specialty. 

Flanr, Cam, and Feed* 

Lawrence A. E., DauTille June. 
Tibbetts John E. & Co., Turner. 
Yerplast & Penney, 10 Troy. 
Willis Henry & Ck>., 144 Main. 

Fianr, Grain and Feed, 
^irhaiesaie. 

Holway Oscar k Co., School. 

Fanndry. 

Auburn Foundry Co., N. M. Nealf 
agent, Washington. 

Fmit and Canfectianery* 

Dnncan Daniel, Turner. 
Goss E. P., 48 Court. 
Greeley J. G., Broad. 
Jones J. N., 188 Turner. 
Martin £. M., Torner. 

Fnrnitnre, Carpets Sb Hanse 
Farnisliing Oaads* 

THE ATKINSON HOUSE PUB- 
NISHING CO., headquarters at 
Portland, Geo. A. Ulmer, mngr., 
106 and 108 Main (see adyt. opp. 
page 840). 

Fnrnifnrey Crackery, etc* 

Allen G. A., 6 Boak block. 

Fnmitnre Blannf actnrers. 

Bradford, Conant & Co., E. Auburn. 

Oents' Fnrnishinifs, ITkale- 
sale* 

Hanscom R. W. k Co., 168 Main. 



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Oranite lF*rk«rs. 

Aaburn Granite Works, R. C. 
Haskell, prop., 23 Mechanics row . 
AUBURN MARBLE & MONU- 
MENTAL WORKS, George B. 
• Smith, manner, 212 Court. 
Decker H. S., Railroad square. 

Orist mills. 

Lawrence A. E., Danville June. 
Parsons S. & Son, near Waahing'n.. 
Tibbetts J. E. & Co., 38 Knight. 
Vickery J. P. & Co., East Auburn. 

droceries, Provi«i»««, a«* 
FUh* 

Atwood & Lowell, 220 Court. 
Curtis C. F., East Auburn. 
Desmond T. F., 15 So. Main. 
Dingley John k Co., 86 Main. 
Dresser, Millett & Co., 40 Main. 
Haley A. C, 174 Court. 
Haskell I. N. & Co., 2 Third. 
Knight & Chase, 69 Court. 
Leonard C. A., 94 Main. 
Littlefield & Gove, 186 Main. 
Macomber Solon. 203 Turner. 
Merrill J. P., 64 Court. 
Mitchell Isaiah, 62 Spring. 
Norris F. B. & Co., 54 Union. 
Olfene & Holmes, 179 Main. 
Peables & Garcelon, 70 Main. 
Peltier H. E. & Co., Broad. 
Penley Albert M., 98 Main. 
Philoon & Brewster, 49 Hampshire. 
Sawyer John A., 108 Main. 
Stevens Edwin T., 211 Turner. 
Symmes J. C, 178 Court. 
Thurston Charles. Danville Juno. 

Hair DrcMem. 

Biaker C. R. & Son, 65 Court. 
Foster S. C, 64 Court. 
Mann & Scott, 2 Court. 
Miller W. M., 14 Court. 
Mower A. A., 68 Main. 
Smith F. A.. 59 Court. 
Plant T., 9 Third. 
Swett C. F., 138 Main. 

Ilardware and Cutlery. 

Brooks Geo. B., 10 Court. 
IngersoU, Whitman & Co., 64 Main. 
P^kard C. E., North Auburn. 

Harnesses, Trunks, See. 

Covell Chas. W. & Co., 90 Main. 
Fogg N. S., 5 Turner. 
YfoSd & Walker, 152 Main. 



Hau, Caps, and lint's 
Furuishincs. 

Attwood & Barrows, 60 Court. 
Cobb Geo. W., 57 Court. 
Cornish E., 15 Court. 
Twombly J. H. & Co., 52 Court. 

Hay and (Stra^r. 

Briggs C. H., 129 Turner. 
Saunders A. B., 10 Troy. 
Smith H. R. & Son, 212 Court. 
Tibbetts J. E. & Co., 33 Knight. 
WilUs Henry & Co., 144 Main. 
Woodman N. P.. 9 River road. 

Heel ninfrs. 

Berry Turner, jail workshop. 
Corey C. C. & Co., 317 Main, 
Quimby F. W., 58 Miller. 

Hides. 

Miller S. P., 140 Main. 
Penley F., 37 Knight. 

Horse Shaers. 

(See Blacksmiths.) 

Hatels. 

Auburn Spring Hotel, E. J. Free- 
man manager, No. Auburn. 

Elm House, A. & W. S. Young, 3T 
Court. 

Grand View House, A. B. Gee, 
manager, West Auburn. 

Maine Hotel, Samuel Stackpole, 
133 Main. 

Park House, Mrs. S. C. Yeaton, 
263 Main. 

Revere House, Mrs. S. P. Ryerson, 
21 Court. 

Riverside House, A. E. Perry, 38 
Main. 

Hat IVater and Steam 
Heatius. 

Haskell L. W. & Co.. 100 Main. 
IngersoU, Whitman & Co., 64 Main 

Insurance Asencies. 

Bryant G. H., 246 Main. 
Bray C. H., 81 Main. 
Cummings k Young, 81 Main. 
Garcelon C. E., 57 Court. 
Jordan N. I. k Co., Goff bloek. 
Miller & Owen. Goff block. 
Ricker M. F. (life), 81 Main. 
Verrill k Hutchinson, 83 Main. 

Junk. 

Emerson Chas. S., 130 Main. 



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Knit 0««ds. 

Bareka Hosiery Co., A. A. Walte, 
manager, 103 Main. 

I^ast Manafactarers. 

Fltz Bros., 34 Railroad. 

I^aaadriM. 

Davis N., 92 Court. 

Sing Sam k Co., 13 Coort. 

Koyal F. T., 192 Main. 

I^airyteiw. 

Atwood Taaous, 84 Main. 
Bolster W. W., 78 Main. 
Dresser Richard, 68 Main. 
Harris N. W., 81 Main. 
Kellelier P. H., 76 Main. 
McCanu & Verrill, 68 Main. 
MITCHELL J. W., Goff block. 
MORRILL N. & J. A., Fhoeniz 

block, 76 Main. 
Pulsifer A. M., 81 Main. 
SAVAGE & OAKES (A. R. Savage 

and H. W. Oakes), 81 Main. 
WING GEORGE C. & CHARLES 

E., 81 Main. 

licathcr Baard Canaters. 

Piilsifer J. Roak, 171 Washington. 

Ii«athcr Calarer. 

Flanders A., River road. 

li amber Maanfactarers. 

Bradford, Conant & Co., jji. Auburn. 
Soper B. H., South Auburn. 

mEachinists. 

CRAWSHAW J. M., Meehanic 
row (see advt. opp. page 230. 

Lucas C. H , 146 ifiain. 

Fellows P. H. & Co., 171 Wash'ton. 

The Goodyear Shoe Machinery Co. 
(dealers), 92 Main. 

VERRILL J. W., 84 Railroad. 
Shoe Tools and medical batteries 

^repaired (see advt. opp. page 230). 

Warren C. H., 14 Mechanic row. 

IVIarMe maaafactarem. 

AUBURN MARBLE & MONU- 
MENTAL WORKS, George B. 
Smith, manager, 212 Court. 

Verrill A. J. & Co., 101 Turner. 



niasaas aad Bailden. 

Blaisdell S. L. (stone), Minot road. 
Jones D. W., Upper Court. 
Josslyn B. H., Upper Court. 
Maxwell O. H., 21 Manley. 
McKenney W. A., Prospect HIU. 
Rendall D. H.. 64 Elm. 
Ricker Henrv jr., 807 Main. 
Ross R. H., 20 Myrtle. 
Thome T. D., Prospect Hill. 
Turner B. Y. (stone), High. 
Whitehouse D. S., Second avenue. 

railliaerr aad Faacy Goads, 

Swett F. B. & S. C, 51 Court. 

Rliaeral IFater Sb Baitlera^ 

Auburn Mineral Spring Co., North 

Auburn. 
Hebron Soda Co., New Auburn. 
Lewiston Soda Beer Co., Mill. 

mEasic Teachers. 

Hanscom W. Edwin, 10 High. 
Lord Lena Miss. Manley. 
Teagu^D.M.,High. 

Newspapers* 

(See page 217.) 

Newspapers Sp PeriodieaU; 

(See Books and Stationery.) 

Narserymea. 

Chase Homeric. & Co., 81 Main. 

Paiaters, Carriage. 

LITCHFIELD C. J. & CO. (also 
slffn and ornamental). Turner (see 
advt. onp. page 230 

Nevens 0. T., Turner. 

Paiaters, Olaaiers, aad 
Paper Haagers. 

Bachelder L. D.. Miller. 

Craft W. D.. 46 Miller. 

Hart well & Co., 16 Mechanic row. 

Haskell & Co., Miller. 

Heath W. S., 45 Main. 

Keen O. S. (sign), Court. 

Larrabee J. F., Miller. 

Raynes & Ross, 28 Miller. 

Storah F. H. & Co., 86 Court. 

Paiats aad Oils. 

ROBINSON WM. A., (also paper.' 
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Paper B^xes* 

Anbnrn Paper Box Co., 8 Meohanie 

row. 
Horse Mark, 28 R. B. square. 

Paper, Twine, and Station- 
ery (whelesaie)* 

Wood, Robinson Co., 101 Main. 
Patent lUedictne. 

AUBURN DRUG & CHEMICAL 
CO., 68 Court (see advt. opp page 
248). 

TRUE J. F. DR. & CO.. 15 Dmm- 
mond (see advt. opp. page 249). 

Phetegrapiiers. 

Onmmings C. U. & Son. 68 Main. 

Phfsicians. 

Andrews O. B., 82 High. 
Beede J. "W. , cor. Court and Spring. 
Blaisdell James, West Auburn. 
Coan E. S.. Hampshire, c. Pleasant. 
Oakea W. K., oor. High and Drum- 

mond. 
Peables A. M., 240 Main. 
Philoon C. E., 106 Pleasant. 
Skinner Davis N., 23&Main. 
Sturgis B. P., 0. Court k Pleasant. 
Wentworth S. E., 6^A Phoenix blk. 
Willlama C. E., 104 High. 

B[}meop€Uhic, 
Hallowell H. C, 45 High. 
Sails A., 66 OoflT. 
Stevens Mary Bates, 216 Turner. 

rinnilbins. 

Allen J. T., MUler. 

Haskell L. W. & Co., 100 Main. 

IngersoU, Whitman & Co., comer 

Court and Main. 
Jordan F. M., Miller. 
Knight J. H., a Court. 

Pork Packers* 

Gross E. W., 148 Main. 
Penley F., 37 Knight. 
SMith John, 96 First. 

Printer*. 

Bridge & Smith, 4 Court. 

Lane H. A., 76 Main. 

Merrill b Webber, 88 Main. ^ 

Produce. 

Curtis M. A. & Co., 104 Main. 
najfotd Otis & Co., Miller, 



Pnnipe. 

Cobb L. A., 165 Washington. 
Rrstanrant. 

Ryerson S. P. Mrs., 61 Court. 

Schools. 

High. 
Edward Little High School. John 
F. Moody, prin., cor. High and 
Academy. 

Ch-ammar. 

Hicks A. T. (North and West Au- 
burn), prin. 

Stetson W. W. (Webster), prin., 296 
Minot av. 

Wilson M. L. Miss (East Auburn), 



^'"'- 



yman Julia A. Miss (Lincoln), 
prin. 

Real Estate Af^nts. 

Cummings & Young, 81 Main. 
Garcelon C. E., 67 Court. 
Hunton J. B., 74 Main. 
Jordan N. I. & Co., GoflT block. 
Yerrill & Hutchinson, 88 Main. 

Slanffhter Houses. 

Baker J. L., New Auburn. 
Davis J. M.. River road. 
Penley F., 87 Knight. 
Penley N. H., South River road 
Penley W. S., South River road 

Soap manufacturers. 

Fuller A. C, 211 Turner. 
Perkins N., Mechanic Falls road. 
Whitney J. C, Minot road. 

Stakles. 

Albee Bros., 94 MiUer. 

Bangs C. E., Miller. 

Bradbury R. S., 1 Court. 

Conant & Andrews, 62 Turner. 

Edwards Jonas (sale), cor. Hamp- 
shire and Union. 

Emerson S. L., 149 Main. 

Gowell H. A., Miller. 

JENKINS k CURTIS, Maine Ho- 
tel Stable (see advt. opp. page 249).. 

Stenocrap^er% Court* 

Pulsifer Abbie. 16 Drummond. 
Pulsifer Cornelia, 16 Drummond, 
Pulsifer J. D., 16 Drummond. 
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HASKBLL L. W. & Co., 100 Main. 

Dust piping, dust separators and 

exhaust fans. 
Ineer^U, Whitman h Co., corner 

Court and Main. 
Knight J. H., 11 Court. 

Store iHAiiafactarers. 

Aubnm Store Foundry Co., Geo. 
W. McFadden, agent, June. Mi- 
not aF. and High. 

Tailors (Merciiant)* 

Cornish E., 16 Court. 
Trrombly J. H. & Cto., 52 Court. 

T«l«|p«pk Ofllceii. 

Commercial Union, 83 Main. 
W. U. Telegraph, A. W. Booker, 
M. C. R. R. station. 



Valaa ]>«W«tar« Co. 

Learned J. R., Stote agt., 83 Bfaln. 

Watoh«« a«4 Jewelrj* 

Doten H. E., 83 Main. 

Hall A. B., S6 Court 

Perry Thomas G., North Aobam. 

WiU8Qeo.£.,84C«ut. 

IVaocI and liamWr ]>eal«r* 

Packard L. (wholesale), West Au- 
burn. 

IFaad Tarda. 

BaUey G. W.. 48 Railroad. 
Reals Chas. H., 23 South Goft 
Briggs C. H., 120 Turner. 
Smith H. R. & Son, 212 Court. 
Stewart M. S. & Son, 11 Third. 
Woodmau N. P., 9 River road. 



Ten ndles S. E. of Auburn; tweuty-flve miles ftrom Portland. Terminus of 
staire-lines from No. Yarmouth on G. T. R., and from Lewiston. Part 
of the Pejepseot purchase. Formerly called Royallsborough, from Col. 
Boyall, of Medfprd, Mass., a large proprietor, first settler, Charles Ger- 
rish. Incorporated the ^h town, February 17, 1789. Contains about 
17,000 acres. Population at time of in«orporation, about 700; 1850, 1886; 
1860, 1628: 1870, 1850; 1880. 1258: 1890. 1111. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 412; 
Estates, $459,876; 1870-Polls, 356; Estates, 9482.861 ; 188a-Polls, 336; 
Estates. $422,724; 1890— Polls, 300; Estates, $378,249. 

Village of South West Bend is same as Durham P. O. 

JPM#aMi«#er#— M. W. Bveleth; South, A. F. Lnnt; West, R. A. Rich. 

Seteetmteu—Wegty W. B. Nevell; H. M. Beal; West, G. H. Bates. 

m^0wm Cierk- West, R. A. Rich. 

VreasHrer—West, H. J. Drinkwater. 

CoUeei^r mud C^tuim^ie—West, J. E. Hasty. 

9eM00i Ctmmitiee^Wesf, W. B. Nerell, 8. H. Dyer, G. L. Sylvester. 

m^mrdmrMemi*h—3. L. Wright, sec, A. C. Goddard, John E. Hasty. 

Cierffffmsem — Vacant, Oong.; vacant, Bap.; G. Plummer (Lisbon), 
F. Bap.; West, G. B. Hannaf ord, if^A/i. ; <9atfM, N.Douglass (Brunswick), 
Frienas. 

Ftsyaieiam—J L. Wright, ^ci. 

^iMflre«— W. D. Roak, Feb. 12, 1891; Ai Waterhouse, Dee. 28,1886; 
Chas. C. Smith, Mar. 6, 1885; W. H. Thomas, April 26. 1889; Albert W. 
Larrabee, Aug. 22. 1890, Qtwrum: Ai Waterhouse, Dedimtis. 

JWerekaHis—K. M. Strout, E. S. Warren, general stores. Scuth^X. 
F. & A. Lunt» general stores. West—^ A. Rich, general stores; P. R. 
Strout, auctioneer; G. A. Randall, G. A. Bowie, butchers. North— J. F. 
Bowie* general stores. 

Jirmmtsfaeiisrers—Geo. H. Niehols, J. H. Davis, George L. Sewell, car- 
riages; S. B. Libby, cooperage; David T. Gerrish. B. Merrill, lumber; G. 
W. Keirstead, G. H. Mw»ton, W. L. Larrabee, smiths. South, W. P. 
Davis, smltli. 



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•###•'#*»#— JlfcMona— Acacia, Tuesday, on or before ftill moon. P, €ff H. 
—Eureka. No. 7, Sat. / O. O. T.— Minnehaha, No. 117. U. O. G, C— 
Maple, No. 406. Southr^I. O. G. r.—Crystal Rock, No. 67. Durham Brats 
Band, G. L. Sewell, leader. 

Boiel— Durham House » Abner Merrill. 

Thirty miles N. of Auburn. On M. C. R. R. ITirgt settled, 1786. The town 
derives its name from Elijah Livermore, one of the first settlers. Set off 
SIrom Lirermore and incorporated March. 20, 1843, having a village con- 
taining about 1000 inhabitants, called Livermore Palls Village. Fopula- 
tion— 1860, 890; 1860,1029; 1870, 1004; 1880, 1080; 1890,1506. Valuation, 
1860— Polls, 25S; Estates, $801,702. 1870— Polls. 265 ; E8tates, $388,680 j 
1880— PoUs, 268; Estates, $344,092 ; 1890— Polls, 416; Estates, $496,740. 

JRosimsasters—M.T9. E. M. Folsom; Livermore Falls, J. F. Jeffords, 
Btrickland's Ferry, J. Arthur Lamb ; East Livermore MUh, E. N. Berry. 

8el€cimteH—K. C. Boothby, John A. Rowell, A. H. Ford. 

V0WH Clerk omH VreasMrer—G. H. Gibbs. 

Mtmrd or MeaHM—C. E. Knight, sec., H. Reynolds, C. W. Brown. 

Comsiabte aud CoUecimr— Falls, N. W. Brown. 

CoHBiabie— Falls, J. H. Soule. 

Sch00i €ommiiiee—C. E. Knight, C. H. Gibbs, Miss Sadie Ford. 

Clergymen— J. R. Remick, Meih.; Falls, Wm. O. Ayer, Bap.; C. E. 
bpringer, Meth.; E. K. Beem, Univ.; Mills, J. R. Remick, Meth,; £. N. 
Berry, F. Bap. 

JPM9s*c*a»M— Falls— C. E. Knight, Henry Reynolds, C. H. Gibbs, All. 

Jfeniisi-Edmon Eaton. 

JLawetters— Falls, Cyrus Knapp, H. C. Whittemore. 

JTafory— David Carglll July 15, 1886. 

J^usiiees-Cyrna Knapp, Mar. 80, 1888; David Cargill, Jan. 28,1885; 
A. D. Cole, Feb. 25, 1886 ; S. 8. Locklin, April 27, 1886; Chaa. R. Loring, 
.fune 5, 1888; H. C. Whittemore, Mav 16, 1888: Geo. A. Gordon, Nov. 5, 
1885, Quorum; R. C. Boothby, Aug. 80, 1889; EU N. Berry, Jan. 29, 1891, 
Trial ; David Cargill, Dedimits. 

JfMerehauis— Mills, W. A. Francis, E. N. Berry; Strickland's Ferry, 
H. N. Sawtelle; Falls, W. 8. Treat, S. E. Perkins, C. PettingiH, J. A. 
Ramsdell, J. G. Ham (also books, room papers, etc.), David Elliott, Moore 
& Sprague, J. L. Cummings, Cloutchie & Deshain, general stores; £. I. 
Beck, fancy and furnishing goods ; D. S. Thompson, jeweler ; Geo. Chand- 
ler,W. A. Stuart, stoves, tinware, hardware and crockery : A. C. Hutchinson 
ft Co., meal, flour and feed; J. G. Ham, S. S. Locklin, apothecaries; J. G. 
Ham, W. A. Stuart, paints and oils; H. F. Walker, boots and shoes; S. W. 
Borbank, J. A. Ramsdell, clothing ; £. Edgeoomb, gent's furnishing goods, 
jewelry and watches; S. J. Burgess, agricultural implements; J. F. Jef- 
ferds, G. F. Wood, furniture, caskets and crockery; S. Newman, W. W. 
Thomas, tobacco and cigars ; Wm. S. Cram, F. H. Whittemore. meat and 
fish; E. & H. Sewall, doors, sash, and blinds; S. £. Perkins, M. £. Whit- 
oomb, millinery and fancy goods ; R. C. Boothby, wood and coal. 

J9f a»H fact Hrer*— RenryW . Bailey, Wm. Bemis, carriages; H. L. 
Hersey, cigars; Falls, E. W. Pressey, H. B. Whitcomb, clothing; D. S. 
Thompson, jewelry; A. C. Hutchinson & Co., grist-mill; D. N. Elliott, 
J. Knight, harnesses; Alvin Record, leatherboard and stiffenings; Joseph 
Knight, H. F. Walker, boots and shoes; H. W. Haskell, painter; J. L. 
CUMMINGS, extension cases and trunks (see advt. opp. page 262); C. 
P. Brown, Millett & Soule, S. Walton, D. C. Searls, smiths; F. S. RICH- 
MOND, novelty wood turner (see advt. opp. page 249); J. F. Jefferds, G. 
F. Wood, furmture and caskets; Umbagog Pulp Co., ii. J. Chisholm, pres.,. 
C. R. Loring, supt., Androscoggin Pulp Co. (Portland), agents; Albeit 



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Allen, machinist; F. S. Richmond, planing mill and job shop; Thos.Lee, 
J. L. Morse, W. S. Hutchlns, A. J. Dane, A. E. Hutchins, A. P. Green. L. 
Oreen, carpenters; Li vermore Falls Pulp Mill, A. Record, prop.; Rock- 
emaka Factory, 8. J. Bureess, prop., evaporated apples and jelly; R. W. 
Weld, millwright: O. F. Fo^s & Son, masons; I. W. Haines, stone cutter; 
J. Allen, F. E. Whittemore, Wra. Smith Cram, butchers; A. L. Holey, 
contractor and builder ; H. B. Whitcomb, tailor; Geo. Chandler, W. A. 
Stuart, stores and tinware ; E. G. Godiug, canned goods; W. T. Knowlton, 
D. W. Bailey, carriages ; Millst Brown & Son, luml^r ; Strickland't Ferry, 
T. D. Norris, lumber: W. W. Clough, smith. 

BarberM— Falls, S. Newman, W. W. Thomas. 

Claim ^geui-Falls, GEO. A. GORDON (see advt. opp. page 882). 

JBxpre»» amt Veiegra^k — E. E. Goding. 

Mu»Mrance ^geuia a§ui Brmhera—FaUs, DAVID CAROILL, GEO. 
A. GORDON (see advt. opp. page 262). 

MMHtuirw— Falls, H. W. French. 

Mjiverw Siabiet— Falls, I. C. Bean, F. M. Hacker, John M. Hyde. 

mWauie VeaeMera—Saaie N. Cargill, L. R. Farrington (violin ). 

JPh9iographer— Falls, W. M. Hayden. 

Siai40H •Sigeui—E. £. Goding. 

VrnxidermM— Falls, Fred A. Wendell. 

9^§§9>>t»S8—\Iason8 — Falls, Renel Washburn, Wed. on or before ftatU 
moon; Androscoggin R. A. C. Tues,. on or before fhll moon. U. O. O. C. 
—2d and 4th Sat. /. O. O. F.— Livermore Falls, No. 83, Mon.; Charity, 
No. 6, D. of R., 2d and 4th Wed. G. A. /^.—Kimball Post, No. 88 Sat. S. 
of r.— Ellsworth Camp, No. 8. /. O. G. T.— Rockemaka, Frl. K. of P.— 
Port Royal, No. 62, Thurs. 

M»ieis^FcUl8, Biverside House, F. M. Hacker; Bockanaka,!. C. Bean, 
prop. 

OREEIVE. 

Seven miles N. E. of Auburn. On M. C. R. R. Originally a part of Lewiston 
Plantation. Settled in 1778. First represented in general court by La- 
ther Robbins. Post-ofhce established, 1790. Incorporated the 56th town, 
Jane 18, 1788, and named in honor of Gen. Greene. Population— 1860, 
1348; 1860, 1224; 1870, 1094; 1880, 999: 1890, 885. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 
803; Estates, $388,402; 1870— Polls, 316; Estates, $439,629; 1880— Polls, 
279; Estates, $394,260; 1890— Polls, 257; Estates, $329,583. 
f*Mf4Ma«#er#— E. L. Mower; C%)m«r, F. Pratt ; North, Z. A. Gilbert. 
Mfeleetm^en— Comer, Eli Hodgkins; H. H. Ooburn, J. S. Weymouth. 
9VarM C7#eri(— William Sprague. 
fFreoMnrer—K, W. Gamage. 
CtsBiabU aait C»Ueeior-~Qu»tB.YViB V. Todd. 
Schomi ;9w»£r>«i««r— Clement S. Stetson. 
Bmsrd •r Jle«l#*— Alden Sawver, Albion Pierce, F. £. Sleeper. 

f Cler^rif »»«•«— Supplies, Bap. ; Comer, G. W. Gould, F. Bap. ; vacant, 

Univ. ; supplies, Meth.; Comer, C. B. Daggett, Meth. 
PAyv^ciaM*— Geo. L. Peaslee; Cbm^r, A. Pierce; Frank E. Sleeper 

(Sabattus P. O.), All. 
J^Hsiicem— Albion Pierce, Sept. 13, 1888, Quorum: Eli Hodgkins, May 

16, 1890, Trial. 
J9ferehani»—E. L. Mower, Howard W. Gamage, Alden Sawyer, dry 

goods and groceries; Eli Hodgkins, agricultural implements. 
JfgaMMnseiMrerM—F. B. Spofford, Oscar Turner, smiths; Virflfil H. 

Sprague, box and board mill ; H. W. Gamage, meal; A. B. Donnell, vin- 

^ar; Frank L. Rackley, carriages; Corner, T. G. Pratt, J. M. R. Murray, 

smiths; Leeds Junction, Sumner Boston, smith; Lewiston P, O., John L. 

Howe, hay unloading apparatus. 
•^s&0^ts^^I. 0. G. ST.— Hope, Tues. 



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Plfteeir miles N. E. from Auburn. On Me. Central R. R Incorp. the 128tli 
town Feb. 16, 1801. Former name Littleborough, in honor of Col. Moses 
Little. Contains 22,000 acres. First settled by Thomas and Rodger 
Stinchfield, 1779. Baptist society incorp. Feb. 16, 1801. Rev. Thomas 
Francis, first representative to general court in 1804. Population— 1790, 
263; 1850, 1652; 1860,1890; 18TO, 1283; 1880,1194; 1890,999. Valuation, 
1860— Polls, 890 ; Estates, $388,035; 1870— Polls, 420; Estates, $456,848; 1880 
—Polls, 840; Estates, $415,486; 1890— Polls, 282 ; Estates, $331,006. 

M^giammHert—Center, W. L. Francis; North, Chas. Whitehouse; Our- 
Us' Com«r, H. M. Brewster; FTeai, R. E. Swain ; <Som<^, Lois V. Parker. 

Seiecimtem—C. B. Lane, G, T. Bishop, Geoi^fC Parcher. 

OVarj* Clerk— Center, R. S. Loring. 

1Pr€a99$rer—T. S. Carver. 

C»Uec»9r amd Consta^le^B.. L. Grant, 

Schooi Satmer9ifr—^\s» I^nrm M. Sylvester. 

Board •r MealiM—a. M. Brewster, sec., Albert Barker, R. S. Loring. 

Cierg^meMr— North, vacant, F. Bap,; supplies, Meth.: Center, va- 
cant. Bap. ; Greenwood Gordon, Chris. ; South, supplies, Meth. 

JPhffgieimtr-Center, R. S. Loring, All. 

^9Mf<<;e#— Albert Barker, June 2, 1886; Henry M. Brewster, Feb. 27, 
1887, Trial. 

J9fereMmui9'-North, T. C. Foss, general stores; B. F. Trask, butcher: 
Center, W. L. Francis, G. W. Lane, general stores; G. W. Lane, grain 
and feed; B.Turner, butcher; Curtis* Comer, K. M. Brewster, general 
stores; H. F. Pettingill, bnteher; Weit, C. H. Foster, general stores. 

JframMfaciitrerg— Center, G. W. Lane, grist mill ; H. F. Webb & Co., 
canned goods ; West, R. E. SWAIN, lumber, packing cases and dowels ; F. 
A. Perry, H. Hartford, smiths; North, E. F. Walton, smith; F. G. & F. 
C. Foss, R. L. Gould, masons; Curtis' Comer, Brewster, Burgess & Co., 
long and short lumber, boxes; J. Bomeman, cooper. 

atatimu ^M^emi§— Center, G. W. Lane; North, A. W. Manter; Curtis 
Comer, H. M. Brewster. 

^§soVna—P. of JJ.— Leeds, No. 99, Sat. North, I. O. G. T.— Stony 
Brook. Junctional. 0. G. T.— Sparkling Diamond. 



CITY OF 1L.EWIST03V. 

One mile from Auburn and 84J from Portland, on M. C. and G. T. R. 
Formerlv called Lewistown. First settled, 1770. Incorporated the 95th 
town Feb. 18, 1795. Incorporated as a city March 15, 1861, and organised 
March 16. 1863. Population, 1830—1549 ; 1840, 1801 ; 1850, 4584 ; im, 7424 ; 
1870,13,600; 1880, 19,083 ; 1890, 21,70L Valuation, 1860— Polls, 1217; Es- 
tates, $2,426,874; 1870— Polls, 2258; Estates, $8,813,629 ; 1880— Polls, 3452 ; 
Estates, $9,521^03; 1890— Polls, 5019; Estates, $12,144,424. 

Municipal election, 1st Monday in March. Government organized 
March 16, 1863. 

Mayors under City Organization. 

1868, Jacob B. Ham; 1864, Jacob B. Ham; 1865, William P. Frye; 1866, 
William P. Frye; 1867, George H. PiUsbury ; 1868, Isaac N. Parker; 1869, 
Isaac N. Parker; 1870, William H. Stevens. All Whig and Republican; 
1871, Alonzo Garoelon, Dem.; 1872, David Cowan; 1873, N. W. Farwell, 
Rep. ; 1874, H. H. Dickey, Dem. ; 1876-7, Edmund Russell, Rep. ; 1878, 
Jesse S. Lyford, Dem.; 1879-80, Joseph H. Day, Rep.; 1881, M. T. Ludden, 
Sep.; 1882, David Farrar,Rep.; 1883, A. M. Gareeltm, Dem.; 1884, Neteon 



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Howacd. Bep. ; 1886, Chas. Walker, Dem. ; 1886, David Ck>wan, Rep. ; 1887, 
p. J. McGimcuddy, Dem.: 1888-9. Horace G. LiUle, Rep.; 1800, D. J. Mo- 
CKUiouddy, Dem. ; 1891, WiliUam H. NeweU, Dem. 



Vote f&r Mayor, 1891. 










Wards-1. II. III. IV. 


V. 


VI. 


VII. 


Tot. 


, 186 906 332 216 


485 


365 


217 


2009 


869 288 169 110 


291 


148 


261 


1636 

4 



William H. Newell, Dwn,^ 
Noel B. Potter, itep., 
Scattering, 

M'0sitm4uier$'-W. T. Smart; 8<mth» Henry W. Knowlee. 

€tmper»umem$j 1891— WiUiam H. Newell, Mayor; F. X. B^eau, 
Clerk, 

Aldermen: Wards— 1. Sylyaniis B. Hayes; 2. C. M. Lant; 8. Henry 
Hines; 4. A. M. Garcelon; 6. L. J. Martel. prM. ; 6. C.W. Murphy, 7. 
Wm. A. Llbby. 

Comrnon OouncU: Gomeliut O'Connell. PreHdent ; A. B. MoWilliama, 
Clerk, Wards— 1. S. C. Leslie jr., Geo. M. Kavanaogh, Geo W. Goes; 2. 
M. P. McGiUicuddy, Geo. C. Judkins, J. L. Hayes; 3. C. O'Connell, P. 
M. Doyle, J. B. Longlev; 4. C. Thibaalt,*Geo. Welpley, Wm. Leader; 5- 
Regis ProYost, John Shdian, A. K. P. Hanrey; 6. Ck>meUiia Rossell, 
Prank Pelletier, W. M. Soott, ; 7. A. C. Pierce, Andrew L. Blarble, D. A, 
Seaunell. 

Vremsttrer—S, D. Wakefield. 

Ciiw •n!r«r«*«l— Matthew MoGawlejr. 

Ch&r Bngineer W^re WH^U—^, J. Moriarty. 

Bireei C0imMmi»»40mer-~Heiaj P. Estes. 

JRM99ie4mm-I^ £. N. Matte. 

•#Me«#«r«— G. G. Wagg, Geo. Pottle, Jamea Doyle. 

•#fM|tf#«f^-Geo. Pottle. 

JVimHicipmi C0»9ri-^A. D. Cornish, Judge ; C. V. Rmerson, Clerk. 
Civil jurisdiction $300; terms, Ist Tuesday of each month, except August. 

Overgeer* •#*J'««r— Mayor and Board of Aldermen; Levi Greenleaf 
Clerk and Agent. 

W^mier CmmmiagiiterB—'TriXtAt A. Goes, Clerk; I. C. Downs. Supt. 

Board ef M£emUM—C. V. Bmerson, sec, J. A. Donovan, O. A. Horr. 

M^res* Momrd Schmot Cmm.— L. G. Jordm. 

8Ȥifi, or 8eM00i9^Q. A. Stuart. 

JToiarieM—A. K. P. Knowlton, Nov. 20, 1889; S. M. Carter. Feb. 24» 
1887: Addison SmaU, July 23. 1889; F. W. Dana, Jan. 6, 1886; Fred O. 
Watson, Mar. 6, 1890; A. L. Templeton, Oct. 4. 1890; W. H. Newell, Jan. 
27, 1887: H. W. Oakes, Jan. 13. 18i87; Leonard G. Roberts, Oct. 4, 1890; 
B. T. Chase, Jan. 2, 1890. 

^«f#He€«— J. T. Small. April 8. 1889; F. M. Drew, Aug. 27. iaS5; A. L. 
Talbot, Mar. 30, 1888; W. HT White, Dec. 2, 1884; W. W. Sanborn, Mar. 
80, 1887; William Lvdston, Jane 6, 1888; W. A. Pidgin, Dec. 23, 1885; 
R. C. Pingree. Mar. 6, 1884; F. O. Wataon, Dec. 16, 1886: F. W. Dana, May 
22, 1889; E. Woodside, March 26, 1886; A. K. P. Knowlton, Sept. 27, 1889; 
Daniel H. Day, November 24, 1887; A. R. Savage, April 3, 1880; D. J. 
MeGillicaddy, Dec. 10, 1889; Clarence V. fclmerson, B4ar. 5, 1890; F. X. 
Belleau, April 24.1890; W. F.Estey, Oct. 10, 1881; Levi Greenleaf, Sept. 
27, 1889; W. H. Judkins, April 15, 1890; F. L. Noble, Sept. 11, 1884; Seth' 
D. Wakefield, Feb. 19, 1886; John Sabin, April 27, 1836; D. J. Callahan. 
Mar. 25, 1885: Frank F. Doyle, Sept. 1, 1886; S. M. Carter, Mar. 6, 1890; 
W. H. Newell. August 80, 1889; D. Tarbox Jr., December 10, 1889; E. 
M. Briggs, March 27, 1837; Charles A. Webb, January 18,1887; H. W. 
Oakes, Mar. 27, 1887; Judson Bangs, April 29, 1885; John F. Merrill, April 
1,1885; William J. Rodiok, Dec. 2, 1884; Aaron Beede, Sept. 22, 1885; 
^TonphB. Cloutier, Feb.16,1887; P. ^. Angers, Oct. 27, 1887 ; John Gar- 



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ner, Dec. 13, 1888 ; F. A. Conant, April 24, 1888 ; Woodbury Pulslfer, Dec. 7, 
1887; F. W. Parker, Apr. 24, 1888 ; H. A. Torsey. Mar. 15, 1888; J. M. Crouse, 
' April 3, 1889; A. L. Bonney, May 22. 1889; E. P. Davis, Oct. 30, 1889; B. T. 
t;ha8e, July 2, 1890; W. Edward Callahan, May 15, 1890; Addison F. Irish, 
Mar. 17, 1890; Frank A. Morey, Oct. 14, 1890, Quorum: A. K. P. Knowl- 
ton, A. M. Jone^. Fred. O. Watson. F. W. Dana, A. L. Talbot, Dedimus. 

iMtno^iHg— Masons— A.8h\a.r, Monday on or before full moon; Rabboni, 
first Wed. after full moon. King Hiram R. A. Chapter, 2d Fri.; Dunlap 
Council, R. & S. M., 2d Tues. ; Lewiston Com. K. T., 1st Thurs. Lew- 
ton Lodge of Perfection, 1st Friday ; Androscoggin Masonic Relief Asso'n, 
M. E. D. Bailey, sec. /. O. O. /^.—Manufacturer's and Mechanic's, No. 62, 
Wed. ; Golden Rule, No. 73, Thurs.; Fidelity, No. 4, D. of R., 2d and 4th 
Tues.; Worombus Euc, Ist and 3d Tues.; Grand Canton Worumbus, 
P..M., No. 1, 4th Fri. K. of JS. -Maine, No. 278, 2d Mon ; Paul Hildreth, 
No. 1695, 1st and 3d Monday. K. of P.— Industry, No. 2, Tues. ; Mt. 
David, No. 23, Thurs.; Uniform Raqk Damon Division, No. 1, Ist Mon.; 
Pythian Sisterhood, Good Will, No. 3, 2d and 4th Mon. A. O. of Shep- 
herds— Excelsior No. 1, 2d and 4th Tues. ; Good Samaritan No. 2, 1st and 
8d Tues. ; Caledonian Club— 1st and 8d Thurs. /. O. G. T.— United, No. 
18, Wednesday; Mystic, No. 312, Monday; Dirigo Tuesday. B. T. of r.— 
Banfaer, No. 3, Mondav. A. O. <J. W.<, Lewbnrn, No. 50, 2d and 4th Mon. 
O. A. /J.— Custer, No. 7, Mon.; Custer Relief Corps, alternate Fri.; Knox 
Relief Corps, No. 37, Wed. S. of r.— Custer Camp. Thurs. /. O. It. ilf.— 
Pokumkeswawaiimokesis. No. 9, Ist and 3d Fri. Royal Conclave of Knights 
and Ladies— mo. 29, 2d and 4th Thurs. Y. M. C. ^.— Thos. M. Sing«»r, gen 
sec. Royal Arcanum — 1st and 3d Mon. U. O. O. C— Androscoggin. No. 
79, Ist and 8d Fri ; Eureka, No. 195, 2d and 4th Fri. W. C, T. cT.— Mon. 
Ladies Christian Union— Mom Catholic Union— &nn. U. O. P. P.— Ori- 
ental, No. 82, 2d and 4th Mon.; Pine Tree, No. 33, Ist and 3d Fri. Lewis- 
ton Benevolent Society— 2d Thurs. P. of J5r.— Lewiston, No. 2, Thurs.; 
Androscoggin, No. 8, 1st and 8d Thurs. A. O. of jy.— No. 1, Thurs.; No. 
2, Tues. It. E. O. of P.— Crescent, No. 70. Bands— Lewiston Brigade 
Band, F. G. Payne, director; Union Band, Albert H. Beliveau, man- 
ager; Wilson* a Orchestra, Geo. T. Wilson, leader; Given' s Orchestra, F. 
A. Given, agt.; Payne's Orchestra, F. G. Payne, man.; French Societies 
—Club Cremazie, Union, St. Joseph, Institut Jacques Cartier, Club Na- 
tional; Club St. Dondnique. K. ofL.—So. 3270, No. 4318, No. 4522, No. 
5289. No. 4497. Lewiston Jk Auburn Grocers* Assoc, Ist Wed. South — I, 
O.G. r.— Advance, Sat.; Androscoggin Gun Club, E. F. Field, pres., 
Geo. W. Gifford, sec. 

Mi ibrarieg— College; Afaf^f sand Mechanic's; Circulating, Cha,nd\eT 8t 
Estes, 600 vols. ; J. E. Gagne (French), 1,000 vols.; N'. D. Estes. 1,000 vols. 

Baie§ C«fle^e— Founded 1863. Rev. Oren B. Cheney, d.d., Pres. 
Professors— Jonathan Y. Stanton. Greek and Latin; Rev. B. F. Hayes, 
Psychology; Lyman G. Jordan, Chemistry and Biologv; Thos. L. Angell, 
Mod. Languages; Geo. C. Cbase. Rhetoric and English Literature; John 
H. Rand, Mathematics; Wm. H. Hartshorn, Physics and Geology; Ed- 
ward R. Chadwick, English Literature and Elocution. Theological School 
established as department of College in 1870. Rev. O. B. Cheney, d.d.. 
President. Professors— Rev. John Fullonton, d.d. Ecclesiastical History 
and Pastoral Theology; Rev. Beni. F. Hayes, d.d., Psychologv and Exe- 
getical Theology; Rev. James A. Howe, d.d., Systematic Theology ; Thos. 
H. Rich, A.ii., Hebrew; Rev. Thomas Hill, Lecturer on Ethics. 



Aciicaltaral Implements* 

(See also Hardware. ) 
Goss A. L. & £. F., Main, comer 
Lincoln. 



Archttecto. 

Cobum ft Sons, 135 Lisbon. 
Coombs G. M., 8 Savings Bank blk. 



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Artists. 

Coombs D. D., 31 Lisbon. 
FASSETT & BASSETT (portrait), 
Sands building. 

Auction and CommissioM. 

Fuller B. B.. 216 Lisbon. 
Kilgore P. B., 256 Lisbon. 
Small J. T. & Co., 166 Main. 

Bakeries. 

Belevean J. & Co., 189 Lincoln. 
Dickson John F., 217 Main. 
Field N. C, 177 Lisbon. 
Phanenf M. & Co., 91 Lincoln. 
Provost E. & Son, 195 Lincoln. 
Seaver C. L., 305 Lisbon. 
Smith E. K., 203 Main. 
Thomas & Haas, 322 Lisbon. 
Wiseman Geo. A., 146 Lincoln. 

Banks. 

(See page 222.) 

Beef (wholesale). 

Gross B. W. G. T. R. Yard. 

BeltiniT* 

Dickey H. H. & Son (mnfre.) (also 
top-rolls), Main, near Gate-house. 

SMITH JOHN B. & CO. (rubber), 
40 Main (see advt. opp. page 231). 

Bill Poster. 

Horbmy Charles, 69 Lisbon. 
Blacksmiths. 

Blouin J. W., 8 FrankUn. 
Chapman L. C, 221 Lincoln. 
DotenA. 19 Franklin. 
Frye J. P., 168 Main. 
Googin M. J., 83 Bates. 
Groves O. H., 25 Franklin. 
Howard C. Z„ 81 Bates. 
Lamb Joseph A., 688 Main. 
Lord C. M„ 86 Bates. 
Lord & Ireland, 68 Bates. 
Riggs F. H., 280 Main. 
Tardif J., 219 Lincoln. 
Watson & Fraser, 61 Bates. 

Bleacheries. 

Beal J. D. (bonnet), 105 Lower Main. 
Lewiston Bleachery & Dye Works, 

Lower Lisbon. James Dempsey, 

agent. 

Bobbin Illanafactarers. 

THE JAMES BALDWIN CO., 
Cross Canal (see advt. opp. p. 231). | 



Book Bindery. 

Neal C. A. Mrs., Journal block. 
Books and Stationery. 

Chandler & Estes, 100 Lisbon. 
Douglass & Cook, Odd Fellows blk. 
Ellis W. W. (stationer), 2 Frye bUu 
Bstes Nelson D., 80 Lisbon. 
FERNALD J. M., 1 Frye block. 

New and Second-hand Books. 

bought, sold, and exchanged. 
Gagne J. £. (Catholic), 38 Chefttnat. 
Herbest T. R., 297 Lisbon. 

Boot and if hoe Mnfre. 

(jkty, Woodman Co., comer Main 
andMiU. 

Boot and Shoe Bealers* 

Auger A., 85 Chestnut. 
Blouin & Lapointe. 374 Lisbon. 
Blouin & Martell, 76 Lisbon. 
Cox A. F. & Son (jobbers), 164 Main. 
Day F. I., 5 Journal block. 
Ellard G. W. & Co., 178 Lisbon. 
Epstein S. B., 177 Lincoln. 
Holmes M. J., 82 Chestnut. 
Huot H., 166 Lisbon. 
Ingalls G. W. & Co., 118 Lisbon. 
Melcher A. S., 4 Frye block. 
Morrell C. O., c. Mam and Lisbon. 
N. Y. Shoe Store, 339 Lisbon. 
Partridge Bros., 21 and 193 Main. 
Pinette F., 204 Lincoln. 
Provost E, & Sons, 26 Chestnut. 
Rand N. S., 254 Main. 
Richardson, Farr & Co., 30 Bates 

and 244 Lisbon. 
Sabourin N., 314 Lisbon. 
Smith H. J., 247 Lisbon. 

Boots and Shoes, Custom 
and Repairs. 

(See also Boot and Shoe Dealers.) 
Bourbeau O., 338 Lisbon, 
Brown Wm., 84 Ash. 
Cochran J. E., 76 Park. 
Cross J. A., 204 Main. 
Darling C. E., 145 Main. 
Day I. C, 121 Main. 
Davis Wm., cor. Main and Park. 
Desjardins Bros., Lower Lisbon. 
Desjardins Samuel, 414 Lisbon. 
Drouin V., 27 Chestnut. 
Garneau E., 156 Main. 
Holmes M. J., 82 Chestnut. 
Lamontagne Chas.. 242 Main. 
Lamontagne J., 114 Lincoln. 
Perron J. H., 6 Lower Main. 



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S««f« and (iho««, coMttmned. 

Rand N. S., 254 Main. 
Sabourin N., 314 Lisbon. 
Simpson David, 26 Pine. 

Brick raamifacmrers. 

Brooks F. R., College. 

Pettengill J. H. & Son, yard near 

Jepson brook, 
liibby Horace, yard near Jepson 

brook. 
Ware Levi S., yard n. Jepson brook 
Williams & Lane, Burnt woods. 

Br*k«rs. 

CAMPBELL & DECBLLB8, 268 
Lisbon. Real Estate and Insur- 
ance (see advt. opp. page 230). 

Fuller B. B., 216 Lisl^on/ 

Lydston W. (real estate and in- 
surance), 247 Lisbon. 

Madison A. E. (real estate), Ly- 

• oeum Hall. 

May S. E. & Co. (stock and bond), 
17 Lisbon. 

Small J. T. & Co. (real estate and 
stock), 166 Main. 

Batchers. 

Crowley William, Lisbon road. 
Golder J. W., Sabattus road. 

Carpets* 

Allen D. & Co., 225 Lisbon. 
Blake L. L. & Co., 155 Lisbon. 
Bradford, Conant & Co., 201 Lisbon 

Carriage mEaan^actarers. 

Donnell B. F., 82 Bates. 
Groves C. H., 25 Franklin. 
Hackett Wm., 86 Bates. 
Wade & Dunton, 27 Park. 

Carriai^e "W^od-work. 

Grafikm W. H., 42 Bates. 

Carriases aad Carriage 
Stock. 

Grafikm David & Co., 42 Bates. 

Ciffars aad Tobacco. 

Drake C. P. (cigar mnft-.), 9 Chapel. 

Hatch John C. (also mnf r.), 64 Lis- 
bon. 

Herbst Edward (mnfr.), 52 Canal. 

Lowell D. W. (also mnfr.), 182 Lis- 
bon. 

Teague W. H. (mnfr,), 164 Lisbon. 



Ciril BavKM««rs« 

Bowers Chas., FranklinCo.'s Office 
Jones John A., Pilsbury block. 

Clorfryniea aad Ckarchen* 

Baptist, 
TiWej C. C, Ist Bapt. ch., Batei 

CongregatUmalist. 
Howe George M., Pine st. ch. 

EpUcopal. 
Gwilym D. V., Trinity ch., Bates. 

Free Baptist. 
Blaisdell S. A.. Pine st. ch. 
Libby David, So. Lewiston oh. 
Summerbell Martyn, Main st. ch. 

Friends. 
Farr Geo. H., church on College at. 

Methodist. 
Corey J. A., Hammond street Free 

church. 
Thayer E. O., Park st. ch. 

Roman Catholic. 
Dominican Monks, Father Mothon, 

Prior; Thomas Morftrd, pastor. 

St. Peter's French church on 

Bartlett st. 
Wallace T. H., pastor St. Joseph 

ch.. Main, corner Blake. 

Second Advent. 
(Pulpit supplied). 

UniverscUist. 
Johonnet R. F., Bates street oh. 

Cloaka Sb liadies' Oarmeato* 

(See Dry Goods.) 

Clothes Cleaaser and Be* 
pairer. 

Daggett R., 16 Ash. 

Clothiiiff and €U)ats' Fnr^ 
aishiav Ooods. 

Allen & Co., 85 Lisbon. 

Isaacson S. A. & Co., 152 Lisbon. 

Richards & Merrill (also custom), 
Lyceum Hall block. 

Scruton John Y. & Son, (also cus- 
tom), 23 Lisbon. 

Sykes R. M. & Co., 54 Lisbon. 

Temple & Co.. 70 Lisbon. 



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Bearce» Wilson & Co., 138 Main. 
Beauregard & I^ovost, 82 Oxford. 
Dorman H. P. & Co., Croes CanaL 
Harper & Googin, 138 Bates. 
Norton O. A., 51 Ash. 
Bobbins L. C, 270 Main. 
Skinner H. B. & Co. Cross Canal. 
Wood J. N., 64 Middle. 

CoMiM and Caskets* 

Allen D. & Co., 226 Lisbon. 
Blake L. L. & Co., 155 Lisbon. 
Carboneau J., 188 Lincoln. 
Crane F. B. 8t Co., 57 Main. 
Marcotte & Landry, 132 Lincoln. 
McDonough & Desiardins, 41 Ash. 
Tracy James, 227 Main. 
Yaughn Thomas, 231 Lisbon. 

CommiMiion Illerchamte* 

Produce and Fruit. 
CroweU C. S., 161 Main. 
Munroe W. F.. 240 Main. 

Confectionery Jflannfact'rs. 

Cnmmings S. A., 223 Main. 
Field N. C, 177 Lisbon. 
Grant A. L., 160 Lisbon. 
Harlow A. E., 58 and 260 Lisbon. 
Howard G. R., 61 Main. 
Langmaid A. W., 88 Lisbon. 

Contractors and Builders* 

Mcuon and Stone Work. 
Bearce h Cliflbrd, 2^ Main. 
Dixon B. M., 35 Sabattns. 
I>tinton John, 148 Webster. 
Gardiner A. J., 86 Pierce. 
Gorman P. J., 295 Lincoln. 
Lane George W. & Co., 90 Pleroe. 
Leader Wm., 65 Lincoln. 
Libby W. A., 26 Pine. 
Roy Bros., 146 Oxford. 
Thomas 8. D., Sabattus. 

' Wood Work. 
Ballard J. E., 103 Winter. 
Chandler C. B., Eastern avenne 
Cloutier J. E., 217 Blake. 
Haskell John W., Cross Canal. 
Henderson Robert, Sabattus. 
Hodgkins, Foss & Co., 7 Main. 
Lown G. E. & Sons. 268 Main. 
Merrill A. W. (cabinet), 26 Main. 
Stevens D. B., 34 Main. 
Wight A. O., Cross Canal. 
Wood & Crockett, 266 Main. 



Cotton niannfactnrers* 

Androscoggin Mills, Geo. W. Bean, 

agent. 
Avon Manufacturing Co. (Ducks 

and Quilts). A. D. Barker, agent. 
Bates Manufticturing Co., H. L. 

Pratt, agent. 
Continental Mills, H. L. Aldrich 



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Hill Aianufkcturing Co., Wm. D. 

Pennell, agent. 
Lewiston Mills Co., C. I. Barker» 

agent. 
Lincoln Mills, Wm.D.Pennell,clerk. 

Crockery and Olasswaro* 
Boston Variety Store, 41 Lisbon. 
Doyle Bros., 38 Lisbon. 
Goss A. L. ft £. F., comer Main 

and Lincoln. 
Record S.. 54 Main. 
Tracy J. A., 26 Lisbon. 
Wood Daniel. 151 Lisbon. 
York L. P., 248 Lisbon. 

Cnt Flowers and Plants. 

Gerrish S. H., agent, 145 Lisbon* 
corner Ash. 

]>entists. 

Bailey Emery, 20 Lisbon. 
Beaumier P. C, 92 Lincoln. 
Bogardus H. E., 62 Park. 
Bonney, F. J., Central block. 
Coley L. W^ 52 Lisbon. 
Lockwood E. B. & F. W., Central 

block. 
Millard N. W., 160 Main. 
White & Leavitt, Lyceum Hall Wk* 
Woodbury N., Pilsbury block. 

DininiT Boonui* 

Cressy D. B., 167 Lisbon. 
Fairfield D., 8 Park. 
Gagne George, 854 Lisbon. 
Hibbert Samuel, 195 Lisbon. 
Long D. F., 57 Lisbon. 
Langmaid A. W., 88 Lisbon. 
Mailett Fred, 98 Lisbon. 
Spaulding A. F., 125 Main. 

Doors, Sash and Blinds* 

Adams W. B. (doors), Cross Canal. 
Gibba & Dain (sash), Cross Canal. 
Hodgkins, Foss h Co., 7 Lower 

Main. 
Johnson J. A. (blinds). Cross Canal. 
PINGREE R. C. «F CO., 186 Main 

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]^r«Mi and Cloak Jflakers. 

Backus A. P. Mrs., 92 Lisbon. 

Bean L. A. Mrs., 122 Lisbon. 

Burke Maggie Miss, 84 Lincoln. 

Collins H. J. Mrs., 117 Ash. 

Cot6 Mary Miss, 104 Chestnut. 

Durgin A. H., 54 Ash. 

Frye N. M., 8 Lisbon. 

Handy M. A., 119 Lisbon. 

Hodsdon O. S. Mru., 216 Main. 

Litchfield H. A , 31 Lisbon. 

Marcotte M. Miss, 83 Chestnut. 

Moody F. P. Mrs., 244 Lisbon. 

Morgan Lizzie L., 175 Lisbon. 

Muzzy H. L. Mrs.. 39 Ash. 

Oswald & Armstrong, 97 to 99 Lis- 
bon. 

PAUL E. S. & CO., 174 Lisbon (see 
advt. qpp page 231). 

Perkins E. A., 62 Lisbon. 

Boche B. y. Miss, 16) Lincoln. 

Towle S. M., Pilsbury block. 



"Dru^igimtm and Apothecariea. 

Abbott C. A., cor. Main & Lisbon. 

Barbour H. W., 268 Lisbon. 

Beaumier P. C, 92 Lincoln. 

Beaver Drug Store, 132 Lisbon. 

Bernard D., 400 Lisbou. 

Bourque L. N., 191 Lincoln. 

Burke Jas. 10 Lincoln. 

Clark R. W.. cor. Main and Bates. 

Clayton Fred, 50 Lisbon. 

Codfy H. F., 300 Lisbon. 

Desjardins P. R., cor. Lincoln and 
Chestnut. 

Ernes W. L., 276 Lisbon. 

Gagne N.. 866 Lisbon. 

Gerrish ^. H.., 145 Lisbon, cor. Ash. 

Irish A. F., 291 Lisbon. 

Kimball O. W. 8c Co., 170 Lisbon. 

Klusuner A., 800 Lisbon. 

Madden & Murphy, 831 Lisbon. 

Maple Leaf Drug Store, cor. Lin- 
coln and Chestnut. 

Marcous A., cor. Lisbon and Ash. 

McCarty John, 46 Lincoln. 

Murphy James, 292 Lisbon. 

Peltier Frank P., 25 Cedar. 

Riker W. E., Lisbon, cor. Pine. 

Rivard Thomas, 29 Chestnut. 

Sanborn N. T., 267 Lisbon. 

Sullivan B. D., 123 Lisbon. 

Sutton Walter, 240 Lisbon. 

Wakefield Bros., 114 Lisbon. 

Whitney John H., 28 Lisbon. 

Wiggln D. W., cor. Lisbon and 
Pine. 



Dry and Faacy Ooodn. 

Bates Remnant Store, Savings 

Bank block. 
Farrar C. D. & Co., 204 Lisbon. 
Goodkowsky J. H., 171 Lincoln. 
Greenberg Bros., 196 Lisbon. 
Greenberg N., 83 Lisbon. 
Kabatchiuck Jacob, 141 Lincoln. 
Lowell & Lowell, 184 Lisbon. 
Marcous S.. 25 Chestnut. 
Oswald & Armstrong, 97 and 99 Lis 

bon. 
PAUL E. S. & CO.. 174 Lisbon (see 

advt. opp. mige 231). 
The B. Peck Dry Goods Co., Sands 

building. 

"M^rj Plate inEnf rs« 

Curtis & Ross, 14 Main. 

Dje Houses. 

Beal J. D., 105 Main. 
Daggett R., 16 Ash. 
Leblanc Joseph, 141 Main. 

EdiT® and Stone Tool JUiifr* 

Leavitt C. F., 8 Franklin. 

Electrieal Appliances* 

Catland T. R., 170 Lisbon. 
Whitney F. R., 80 Lisbon. 

Expresses. 

American Express Conipany, F. G. 

Webxter. agt.. M. C. R. R. bldg.» 

Lower Main. 
N. E. Despatch CO., F. R. Staples, 

agent, 179 Lisbon. 
Merchants Express Co., Milton 

French, agent, 29 Ash. 

Fancy Ooods. 

EhrenfHed Geo., 96 Lisbon. 
Greenburg Isaac, 280 Lisbon. 
Leclare MT, 102 Lincoln. 

Fancy Wood Work. 

Merrill A. W., 26 Main. 
Smith Geo. W., 24 Main. 

File JUannfactnrers* 

Morrill & Frost, Cross Canal. 

Fish JUarkets. 

AT WOOD A., 169 Lisbon (see adyt. 

opp. page 231). 
Goff Maynard W., 807 Lisbon. 



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H^a^C aod CoCigb CAPSULES 

are Adopted by Horsemen as the Best Thing yet offered for 
Heaves, Coughs^ Thieh Wind, Ae, Price 50 O. per bOX. 

Sent ererywhere by mail. Our seal on erery box. 

Auburn Drug & Chemical Co., Auburn, Me. 

A THEBAPKUTIO fi!STIMA.TE. 

I am asked to state as to whether Packard's Heare and Coneh Capsules will 
proTO by theif physiological action that they are adapted to the treatment of 
heayes, coughs, thick wind, etc., in horses. I answer I submit that they make 
such prooft and that they do so in the most perfect manner possible. Very 
obyious effects are produced upon the respiration, two drachms lowering the 
respiration from two to five in a healthy colt. In small doses It promotes the 
appetite and digestive functions, and improves the body nutrition. It diffuses 
Into the blood with facility, probably entering into combination with the red 
blood globules. From these facts it becomes patent that the Capsules are 
both primarily and secondarily calculated for tne purpose for which thev are 
recommended by the manufacturers, The Auburn Drug and Chemical Co., of 
Auburn, Maine. Were I to prepare a remedy for this class of affections, 1 
know of no combination, or single therapeutical agent, that would act more 
efficiently. W. H. Morse, m.d.. 

New York. Chemist and Therapeutist. 

The above was furnished In the interest of the N. B. Farmer, — and is a 
voluntary testimonial to the merits of the Auburn Drue and Chemical Co.'a 
Heave and Cough Capsules and Powder, and is of great value to the Com- 
pany, as our readers will at once notice. 



Established 1855. 



R. C. PINGREE & CO., 



Manuf actorers and Dealers in 



LUMBEE 



MOULDINGS, GUTTERS, BRACKETS, &c., 

DOORS, WINDOWS & BLINDS, 

STAIR WORK, WOOD MANTELS. 

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BEST WORN REHEDTKHOWH. 

RelioTes Billiousness, Headache, Cankeri 

Stomach Troubles and Constipation; in 

fact, a Superior Family Medicine. 

nave you tried it ? 

All Druggists keep it. Prices 35c., 50c., $x. 

DB. J. F. TBVB & CO., AUBURN, MB. 

9"*Tape Worms a Specialty. 



COBB'S HOTEL, 

P. R. COBB, Proprietor. 

Meehanie Falls, Maine, 

Leading: Hotel in town. Good liyery 
connected. Carriages at all trains, 
reyed to s 



Passengers conveyer 
towns as desired. 



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Kaine Hotel StaUe. 

Boarding and Baiting, 
Sale and Liyery. 

Jenkins A Curtis^ PraprieUnrs, 

143 Main St., Aububn, Me. 
Boarding & Baiting a Specialty. 



M. N. ROYALL & CO., 

MANUFAOTUBING 

CONFECTIONERS and BAKERS. 

WHOLESALE AND RBTAIL. 

aieohanie Falls, 

M. N. Royall. 



Maine, 
C. W. Royall. 



F. S. RICHMOND, 

LiVEBMOBE Falls, Mb., Manufac- 
turer of every variety of 
Druggists^ and Chemists^ 
TURN En WOODEN BOXES. 

I also make a specialty of Screw 
Top Malllog Boxes for sending liquids 
through the mails. Also of Polished 
Goods of every variety, and all kinds 
of Novelty Wood Turning. 



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J. TV. PENIVEY & SOINTS, 

JUBCBAirXC VAZIiS, MB. 

MACHINISTS, 

Iron A Brass Founders. 

MaiinfMtiirerB of Stean 

IEngloes and General 
Machinery. 
Casting* of all descriptions. 
Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes, 
§ Flanges, etc. Dealers in 
p Boilers, Steam Pipe, and all 
i kinds of Steam Apparatus. 
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Mottram J. J., 22 Lincoln. 
Sabonrin Elie. 318 Lisbon. 
WALKER BROS.. 55 Bates (see 
advt. opp. pai^e 231). 

F«amdrj (Braiis). 
JUMPER CHARLES H., 4 Ash 
(see advt. opp. page 231). 

Foamdry (Iron). 

Lewiston Machine Co., R. C. Rey- 
nolds, agent, near M. C. upper 
depot. 

Vrnit and Confeetionerj. 

Cote Joseph, 185 Lincoln. 
Creasey D, B., 195 Lisbon. 
Cammings S. A., 223 Main. 
Driscoll Sarah C, 104 Lincoln. 
Grijffin Michael, 155 Lincoln. 
Hamilton Robert, 251 Lisbon. 
Hanlay James, 117 Lincoln. 
Harlow A. E., 58 Idsbon. 
Howard G. R., 61 Main. 
Lesle P., 185 Lincoln. 
Mason L. G. S., 87 Main. 
Russell I M.. 197 Main. 
Wentworth Daniel, 147 Main. 

Furs* 

Getchell Phil. P., 110 Lisbon. 
Longley J. P., 179 Main. 
Murphy T. J., 68 Lisbon. 

S^nrnishiiiv d—Am, €3«nt's. 

(See Clothing, Hats and Caps, 8te.) 

Fiirnitare* 

Allen D. & Co., 225 Lisbon. 

Blake L. L. & Co., 155 Lisbon. 

Bradford, Conant fr Co., 201 Lis- 
bon. 

Carboneau J. 183 Lincoln. 

Lord Rnfus, (2d-hand), 173 Main. 

Marcotte & Landry, 132 Lincoln. 

Montreal & Quebec Furniture Co., 
Lincoln. 

Record S. (second-hand), 54 Main. 

Tracy J^., 227 Main. 

Vaughan Thos.. 231 Lisbon. 

York L. P., 248 Lisbon. 

Ctramite IVorks. 

(See also Marble.) 
Lewiston Monumental Works, 12 
and 14 Bates. 

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Oroceriea and PraTiaioas* 

Ames & Merrill, 187 Main. 
ATWOOD ABRAM, 159 Lisbon 

(see adyt. opp. page 281). • 
Auger A., 37 Chestnut. 
Benveau J. & Co., 189 Lincoln. 
Bergeron J., 825 Lisbon. 
Blake. Spear & Co., 209 Main. 
Blanehard Wesley, 238 Main. 
Blouin & Lapointe, 878 Lisbon. 
Booth Samuel, 157 Lincoln. 
Boston Tea Store, Journal block. 
Carrigan J. B., Bleachery hill. 
Cloutier W. £ & C. H.. 284 Lisbon 
Conant A. P., 285 Lisbon. 
Douglas E. (J , 259 Lisbon. 
Dresser R. & Co., 181 Main. 
Egan Michael, 88 Lin^In. 
GARNER JOHN, 218 Park (406 

advt. opp. page 231). 
Graffkm Charles H., 43 Maple. 
Howard Bros., 40 Ash. 
Hoyt F. L. & Co., 230 Lisbon. 
Hutehins £. H., 25 Klain. 
Jordan J. M., 248 Lisbon. 
Kennedy P. F., 412 Lisbon. 
Langiois & Blanchet. 396 Lisbon. 
Larertu Frank, 379 Lisbon. 
Lewiston Co-operative Store, cor. 

Bartlett and Waldron. 
Litchfield B. & Co., cor. Main and 

Bates. 
Lord J. C. & Son, 84 Ash. 
Merrifield & Brewer, 871 Lisbon. 
Moore G. G., Barkerville. 
Murphy Bros., 274 Lisbon. 
Kadeau T. F., 72 Lincoln. 
NEALEY & MILLER, cor. Bates 

and Main (see advt. opp. p. 231). 
Parlin D. E., 3 Journal block. 
Peltier Frank, 27 Cedar. 
Peabody J. L., 169 Main. 
Phaneuf M. & Co., 94 Lincoln. 
Provost E. k Sons, 195 Lincoln. 
Roche & Curran. 249 Main. 
Sawyer J. M., 37 Lincoln. 
Tibbetts & Goodrich, 97 Ash. 
Wiseman Qeo. A., 146 Lincoln. 

OnnamiUis and Spartias 
Ooads. 

Catland T. R., 170 Lisbon. 
Littlefield John B., 14 Main. 

Hair ]>resiiers. 

Babcock B. D., DeWitt House. 
Blake F. H., 102 Lisbon. 
Btfrgault A. C, 26 Chestnut. 



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Burgess & Hayford, 93 Main. 
Clontier Samuel, 177 Lincoln. 
Coffin H. A., Pilsbury blk. 
Cunion J. J., 326 Lisbon. 
Desjardins A., 317 Lisbon. 
Faliey E. F., 5 College block. 
Hawkins & Dresser, 60 Lisbon. 
Larochelle U., 81 Chestnut. 
Lothrop Bros., Odd Fellows block. 
Marcotte & Langelier, 242 Lisbon. 
Maxfield & Shaw, Journal block. 
Mclntire D. L., 158 Main. 
Merrill F. D., 219 Main. 
Moreau M., 144 Lincoln. 
Mersereau R. W., 189 Main. 
Murphy James F.. 115 Main. 
Phenix C. B., 33 Ash. 
Bivet L., 285 Lisbon. 
RuPsell T. G., 10 Lincoln. 
Smith P., 398 Lisbon. 
Taylor R. 8., 22 Pine. 
Waterhouse J. M., 294 Lisbon. 
Whitten L. N., 194 Main. 

Kair IFork. 

Campbell Z. J., 262 Lisbon. 
Dunbar M. C. (and embroidery), 131 
Lisbon. 

May and Strair* 

Ham J. B. & Co., G. T. yard. 
Ham O. S., Haymarket square. 
Bobbins L. C, 270 Main. 

Hardware and CnUery. 

Chase J. H., 191 Lisbon. 

Day Joseph H., 235 Main n. Bates. 

Hall & Knight Hardware Co., 63 

Lisbon. 
Marcotte & Landry, 132 Lincoln. 
Pratt T. L., 183 Lisbon. 

HameMea 9nd Trnnks. 

Covell Chas. W., 213 Main. 
GetchellJ.F.,127Maio. 
Longiey J. P., 179 Main. 
Martin J. T., 8 Lincoln. 
Michaud Geo. B., 289 Lisbon. 
Richardson, Farr & Co., 30 Bates. 

Hats« Caps, and event's 
Fnrniihinir Ooods. 

Andrews E. C. & Co. (hatters), 72 

Lisbon. 
Callahan T. F. & Co., 286 Lisbon. 
Getchell Phil. P., 110 Lisbon. 
Gle4hiU fr Mf^ney, 120 LisboQ. 
Murphy T. J.» 68 Lisbon. 



Bobie S. P. (ftirnishing goods only), 
116 Lisbon. 

Horse Shoers. 

(See Blacksmiths.) 

Hotels. 

City Hotel, S. F. Crafts, 171 Main. 

De Witt House, H. A. Brick, cor. 

Pine and Park. 
EXCHANGE HOTEL, E. Murch 

& Son, Chai>el, near Main (see 

advt. opp. page 230). 
HOTEL ATTOOD, H. A. Wal- 

lingford, manager, opp. M. C. d^ 

pot, Main (see advt. opp. p. 231). 
Hotel Rockingham, L. P. Hun toon, 

62 Franklin 

Ice dealers. 

Field D. P. & Co., 40 Hammond. 
Newman Oliver & Co., 86 Chapel. 

Insurance Af^encies. 

Beachard H. P., 30 Ash. 
Callahan & DuroCher, 226 Lisbon. 
CAMPBELL & DECELLES, 258 

Lisbon (see advt. opp, page 230). 
Chamberlain & Little, 79 Lisbon. 
Conant F. A.. Sands building. 
DAVIS E. P., 39 Franklin, Gen. 

Agt. Mercantile Mutual Accident 

Association, Boston, Mass. 
Fuller B. B., 215 Lisbon. 
Howe George R., 160 Main. 
Lawrence J. E., Sands building. 
L'Heureux J. N., 226 Lisbon. 
Madison A. E., Lyceum Hall block. 
Metropolitan, N. Payette, agent, 8 

College block. 
TALBOT A. L., 19 Lisbon, general 

agent Provident Life & Trust Co. 

of Philadelphia. 

JTewelry Illnfrs. 

(See Watches and Jewelry.) 
Junk I^ealer. 
Sands J. B., 42 Main. 

Kid Olores. 

Darrah W C, 117 Lisbon. 

liadies' and Children's Far- 
nishinir Ctoods. 

Darrah W. C, 117 Lisbon. 
liast Hannfactarer. 

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Eastern Laundry, 262 Lisbon. 
French Laundrv, 830 Lisbon. 
Judkins H. W. Mrs., 187 Lisbon. 
Landers John H., Ill Main. 
Lee Sam. 296 Lisbon. 
Lung Sam, 204 Main. 
Sing Sam, 191 Main. 
Sing War, 218 Main. 
Star Laundry, 133 Lisbon. 
Yuen Quong Wah, 82 Lisbon. 

Y^airjers. 

Angers P. X., 2 College block. 

Belleau F. X., 186 Lisbon. 

Callahan D. J., 2 Lyceum Hall bik. 

Cornish A. D., c. Lisbon and Fine. 

Dana fr Estey, 19 Lisbon. 

Drew & Roberts, Savings Bank blk. 

Bmerson C. V., 3 College block. 

Fales L. W., 25 Lisbon. 

Greenleaf Leyi, Odd Fellows blk. 

Knowlton A. K. P., 25 Lisbon. 

May John W., 59 Main. 

McGiUicnddy D. J., Central block, 
Lisbon. 

Morey F. A., 4 Lyceum block. 

Newell & Judkins. Odd FeUows blk. 

Noble F. L., 25 Lisbon. 

Sanborn W. yf., Savings Bank blk. 

SAVAGE & OAKES (A. B. sav- 
age Aia> H. w. OAKBS), Savings 
Bank block. 

Swazey & Briggs, Savings Bank blk. 

WHITE k CARTER (Wallace H. 
White, Seth M. Carter), Central 
block, Main. 

Watson Fred O., Savings Bank blk. 

Mj^-wimfm aad Aabam Kl«c- 
trie liiirlit Co. 

(See Auburn.) 

£i«vri«toii Board of Trade. 

C. I. Barker, pres. ; W. H. Newell, 
sec.; rooms, 17 Lisbon. 

lievristoa Oas liif^ht C«« 

Scott Wm. M., supt., office, DeWitt 
House block. 

I«efri«t«a Jb Anbam Barse 
Kailroad Co. 

F. W. Dana, pres. ; office cor. Main 
and Lisbon. 

liime aad Cemeat. 

Hayes J. L. & Co., 2 



liackamlfhs. 

Catland T. R., 170 Lisbon. 
Wright A. S., 201 Main. . 

liaaai Baraeaa* 
Joyce Edward, 181 Lincoln. 

liaaiker. 

Jordan, Frost k Co.. Cross Canal. 
PINGREB R. C. k CO.. 186 Main 

(see advt. opp. page 248). 
Tratton W., Barkis Mills. 

liantkeraiea. 

Bearee & Wilson. 188 Main. 

niachiaery illaaafaetarers* 

Carman k Thompson. 48 Main. 

FIELD EDWIN F., 86 Canal, rear 
Music Hall (see advt. opp. p. 231). 

KING A. B., 22 Main (see advt. 
opp. page 231). 

Lewiston Machine Co., R. C. Rey- 
nolds, Agent, shop n. M. C. depot. 

SlarUe Jb Oraaite l^orkers. 

Lewiston Monumental Worki, 12 

Bates. 
MeKenna James J., 276 Main. 
O'Connell J. J., 137 Main. 

nUlera, aad Dealers ia 

Flaar. Orala. JHeal. aad 

Feed. 

Davis M. J. (dealer), 86 Park. 
Ham J. B. & Co., G. T. R. yard. 
Ham O. S., Havmarket square. 
Hayes J. L. k Co. (dealers), 282 

Main. 
Trafton W., Barker's Mills. 

miliaery aad Faaey C^aads* 

At wood L. Mrs., 9 Lisbon. 
Campbell Z. J., 262 Lisbon. 
Cornish J. A., 89 Lisbon. 
Danforth L. F., 29 Lisbon. 
Hudon Amanda, 234 Lisbon. 
Joyce k Nelligan Misses, 89 Lisbon. 
Lemont J. T. Mrs., 117 Lisbon. 
Manslield T. & L. D., 68 Lisbon. 
Millett E. k M. S., 18 Lisbon. 
Page Geo. R.. 27 Lisbon. 
Paige F. H. Miss. 47 Lisbon. 
Palmer N. H. & Co^ 87 Ash. 
Pingree E. M., 266 Lisbon. 



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Gagne T. N., 272 Lisbon. 
Glover George H., 88 Park. 
Heath E. M., 171 Lisbon. 
Standard Music Co., Lisbon, c. Ash. 
Tainter F. E., 42 Lisbon. 
Whitman G. B., 149 Lisbon. 

Drew Nellie L., 94 Franklin. 

Gillbrd H. M., 18 Howe. 

Given F. A., Park. 

Given W. H., Lisbon. 

Home Carrie A., Lowell. 

Janes Lizzie A., 162 Bates. 

Mower N. L., 19 Lisbon. 

Pavne F. G., cor. Lisbon and A«fa. 

Roy H. F., 226 Lisbon. 

T<«oy G«o. L., 149 Lisbon. 

Nevrspapers. 

(See page 217.) 
OU. 
Portland Kerosene Oil Co., 45 Riv- 
erside, office 238 Main, 

Optician* 

(See also Watche» and Jew^ry.) 
Hunt J. O., 76 Lisbon. 

0(T«rall JUamafactarevs* 

Eustis, Woodman & Co., 203 Lisbon. 
Hildreth C. A., 76 Park. 

Oysters (wholesale). 

ATWOOD ABRAM, 169 Lisbon 
(see advt. opp. page 231). 

WALKER BROS., 56 Bates, near 
Main (see advt. opp. puge 231) 

Painters. 

Boardman G. W.. 266 Main. 
Clark E. B., 225 Main. 
Qxash Frank, 12 Franklin. 
Faonce I. S., Bates, near Main. 
Gilman Anson (portrait, sign, and 

fresco), 389 Lisbon. 
Hartwell G. G.(8ign), 44i4Li8bon. 
Jones Orville (carriage), Wood. 
3fason E. M., 274 Main. 
'McGllIicuddy & Duncan, 44 Bates. 
Parent A., 864 Lisbon. 
Rousseau J. E. O. (sign), 175 Lisbon. 
Sherman J. M. (house), 96 Chestnut 
Tiemey J. W., 282 Main. 
Wade & Dunton, 27Park. 
Young C. A. (carriage), 82 Bates. 



Paints, Oils, and Olass. 

(See Hardware.) 
Paper Saxes* 

Moore H. L., MUl. 

Paper Kanf^ni^s. 

(See Bookstojes.) 

Passenger and Stxehange 
Agent. 

GARNER JOHN, 213 Park (see 
advt. opp. page 231). 

Patent medicines. 

ROGERS M. J. & CO., 21 Lisbon, 
proprietors of Rogers' Inhalant 
and Rogers' Cough Lozenges. 

Pattern and JHodel JIEaicers* 

Davis J. H., 48 Main. 
JPIELD EDWIN F., 86 Canal (soe 
advt. opp. page 231). 

Pension &; Patent Solicitar. 

Chase B. T., 216 Lisbon. 

Piiotegrapiiers* 

Colpitts & Co., lU Main. 
Curtis & Ross, Lisbon, cor. Ash. 
Fassett & Bassett, Sands building. 
Larock H., 275 Lisbon. 
Lavoie L., 134 Lincoln. 
Mason E. F., 176 Lisbon. 
Tapley Isaac S., 129 Lisbon. 
Worthley W. E. G., Pilsbury blk. 

Physicians* 

Bonney S. G., 112 Lisbon. 
Dixon F. L., 215 Lisbon. 
Donovan J. A., 216 Lisbon. 
Emmons Geo. P., 147 Lisbon. 
French L. A., 82 Horton. 
Garcelon A., Sabattus. 
(Jarcelon A. M., 98 Franklin. 
Girouard J. A., 142 Lincoln. 
Hebert H. A., 374 Lisbon, 
mil E. H., 118 Pine. 
Horr O. A., 112 Lisbon. 
Horr Elizabeth S., 114 ?ine. 
Laroche F., 25 Cedar. 
Martel L. J., 134 Lincoln. 
Matte L. E. N., 184 Linco In/ 
Norton C. E.(eye and ear), 30 Lisbon. 
Ricker R. R., Pine, cor. Blake. 
Russell E. W., Savings Bank block. 
Sawyer D. B. (tn^sses), 147 Xjisbon. 
Small J. M., 66 Park. 



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Small W. B., 147 Lisbon. 
Springer A., Savings Bank block 
Vanier F. P., 29 Chestnut. 
Wedgewood M. C, 101 Pine. 
Wedgewood N. J., c. Ash k Blake. 

JBomeopcUhic. 
Bradford H. C, Franklin, c. Pine. 
HarveyA. K. P., Lyceum Hall blk. 
Howe W. S., Ash, cor. Horton. 

(See also Music Stores.) 
Laughton N. J,, 84 Lisbon. 
Lothrop W. L., C>dd FeUows block. 

Piano Tuner. 

(See Music and Instruments.) 
Glover Getf. H., 88 Park. 

Pictnren and Frames. 

(See also Bookstores.) 
Chandler & Estes, 100 Lisbon. 
Douglass k Cook, Odd Fellows blk. 
Ellis W. W., 2 Frye block. 
F^niald J. M., 1 Frye block. 
Gagne J. E.. 83 Chestnut. 
Herbest T. R., 297 Lisbon. 
Wardwell H. B., 29 Lisbon. 

Pipe Manufacturers. 

(Rock lined.) 
Darling ft Free, 146 Main. 

Planing and JIIoldinK Mills. 

jTordan, Frost & Co., Cross Canal. 
Pingree R. C. & Co., 136 Main. 
Stevens D. B., Cross Canal. 

Plumbers and Piping. 

Bunker W. B. & Co., 49 Main. 

Sarman & Thompson. 48 Main, 
ftase J. H., 191 Lisbon. 
SMITH JOHN B. & CO., 40 Lower 
Main (see advt. opp. page 281). 

Printers (Job). 
Callahan Geo. A., 21 Lisbon. 
DINGLE Y NELSON Jr. & CO., 

Journal block, Lisbon (see advt. ' 

opp. page 230). 
Pratt B. F., 86 Lisbon. 
Union Printing Co., cor. Lisbon 

and Ash. 
Vanier F. P., 27 Chestnut. 
Weeks W. H., 32 Main. 



Pnnrisieas. 

(See Groceries and Provisions.) 

Rattan and IFillow G—dm* 

Wishburn Chair Co., 90 Park. 

R«al Kstate^ I^and, etc. 

FrankUn Co., De Witt House blk. 
E. L. Wood, treat. 

Reed Manufaetnrevs* 

Craig & Scott, 44 Canal. 

Rubber Stamps, lllnfr. 

GORDON L. M , 86 Lisbon. 

Saw Filers. 

Smith H. W., 4 Main. 
Smith J. S., 156 Main. 
Yanfton A., 240 Main. 

Sciieels. 

(See also College.) 

IHgh. 
Files Geo. B., prin., 143 College. 

Chrammar. 
Dunton J. R., prin., 163 Pine. 

Normal Tndning. 
Badlam Anna B., 376 Main, 

NieholMLaim. 
Frisbee I. F., 247 College. 

SewiuiT Maciiines. 

Blanchard F., 84 Lisbon. 
Gagne f . -N., 272 Lisbon. 
Heath E. M., 171 Lisbon, 
Hildreth C. A., 75 Park. 
Laroe Samuel, 84 Lisbon. 
Tainter F. E., 42 Lisbon. 

Shirt Manufacturers. 

Bates Street Shirt Co., 8 College blk. 
Hildreth C. A., 75 Park. * 
Robie S. P. (custom), 116 Lisbon. 

SpertiuiT Ooods. 

Catland T. R., 170 Lisbon. 
Littlefield John B., 14 Main. 
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Clark C. Y., Ash, cor. Park. 
Furbush G. W., Park. 
Goff J., 17 Park. 
Golder Fred, 8 Franklin. 
Golder I. S., 18 Franklin. 
Guay Bro8., 217 Lincoln. 
Libby Frank, 87 and 119 Main. 
Marshall Joseph, 46 Park. 
Nerens P. R., 17 Chapel. 
Perreault E., 49 Cedar. 
Raymond G. F., 22 Franklin. 
Read Henry A., 101 Franklin. 
Tuttle W. W., 8 Ash. 
White Geo., 64 Franklin. 

Stair Builders. 

(See also Planing and Molding.) 
Morse O. B„ Cross Canal. 
PINGREE R. C. & Co., 186 Main 

(see ad^t. opp. page 248). 

Steam and Hot HVater 
Heatinif. 

SMITH JOHN B. & CO., 40 Main 
(see advt. opp. page 231). 

Stovea^ Farmaces, and Tim* 



Chase J. H., 191 Lisbon. 

Goss A. L. & £. F., Main, corner 

Lincoln. 
Lemont & Fisher, 163 Lisbon. 
Marcotte & Landry, 132 Lincoln. 
Pratt T. L., 183 Lisbon. 
Stetson J. H. & Co.. 65 Lisbon. 

Tailors^ merchant. 

(See also Clothing, &c.) 
Daggett R., 16 Ash. 
Guay A., 258 Lisbon. 
Renaud Joseph, 308 Lisbon. 
Richards & Merrill, Lycenm Hall 

block. 
Scraton J. Y. & Son, 23 Lisbon. 
White Fred H., 46 Lisbon. 

Taxidermist. 

Pulsifer T., 170 Lisbon. 
Tea Stores. 

Boston Tea Store, Journal block. 
Lewiston Tea Store, 34 Chestnut. 
Peoples' Tea Co., 194 Lisbon. 

Tea, Spices, Tobacco and 
Cigars, irliolesale. 

Maxwell & Nevens, 10 Park. 



Telesrapii OMces* 

Commercial Union, 41 Lisbon. 
Western Union, Journal block. 

Tmnic Jflannfactnrers. 

(See also Harnesses, Hat8& Caps.) 
Callahan T. F. & Co., 286 Lisbon. 
Getohell P. P. (dealer) 110 Lisbon. 
Tracy James, 227 Main. 

Undertakers. 

(See Coffins and Caskets.) 

U. S. Examininif Surgeons 
(Board of). 

B. F. Sturgis, pres.f J. A. Donovan, 
M. C. "' 



treas.; 
216 Lisbon. 



Wedge wood, sec.; 



Upiiolsierers. 

(See Furniture.) 
Variety Stores. 

(See also Fancy Goods.) 
Boston Variety Store, 41 Lisbon. 
Doyle Brothers, 38 Lisbon. 
Tracy J. A., 229 Main and Lisbon. 

Tentilators. 

D. F. & L. Yen. Co., 145 Main. 
Teterinary Surf^eon. 
Brackett E. I., 17 Chapel. 

Tiolin niannfactnrer* 

Taylor N. S., 88 Park. 

HVatciies. JTewelry and Op* 
tical Ooods. 

Anthoine A. W., 79 Lisbon. 
Drew Geo. A., 2 Frye block. 
Gagne T. N., 272 Lisbon. 
Lapointe P. E., 364 Lisbon. 
Moreau M., 23 Chestnut. 
Osgood H. A. & Son, 127 Lisbon 

(wholesale). 
Osgood H. A. & Co., 127 Lisbon. 
Perry J. W. & Son, 90 Lisbon. 
Pomeroy E. E., 84 Lisbon. 
Wright A. S., 229 Lisbon. 

PTatch RepairiniT' 

(See also Watches and Jewelry.) 
Hebberd C. H., 213 Lisbon. 
PTater Power, Canals, etc. 

Union Water Power Co., oflace.'De- 
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(See also Coal, &c.) 
Chadbouru & Allen, 72 Main. 
Martin Frank, 208 Park. 
Mayo S. W., 41 Maple. 
PINGREE R. C. & CO., 136 Mapi 

(see adrt. opp. page 248). 
Provost & Beauret^ard, Lincoln. 
Robbins & Steams, 142 Bates. 
Robbins L. C, 270 Main. 
Roberge Lois, 77 Ash. 
Stevens I. D., 380 Lisbon. 
Varville Joe., Oxford. 

Wood mantles. 

PINGREE R. C. & Co., 186 Main 
(see advt. opp. page 248). 

^HVood TamiBir. 

Jordan* Frost & Co., Cross Canal. 



PINGREE R. C. ft CO., 186 Main 

(see advt. opp. page 248). 
THE JAMES BALDWIN CO., 
Cross Canal (see advt. opp. p. 231). 

Wool and Wool Skina. 

Morrell Stephen, 612 Main. 

Woolen JUannfactnrers. 

Cumberland Mills, W. S. Libbey, 
agent. 

Wrapping Paper» Twinoy 
Ace. 

Raymond G, W., 15 Ash. 

Yeast. 

Gamer John, 213 Park, agent for 
Fleischmaun & Co.'s compressed 
yeast. 



1L.ISBOIV. 

Bight miles S. E. of Auburn. On M. C. R. R. Taken f^om Bowdoin and ine. 
the 122d town June 22, 1799, under the name of Thompsonborough. 
Name changed Feb. 20, 1802. Population— 1808, 450; im, 1100; 1^, 
1496 ;1860, W76 ; 1870. 2014; 1880, 2641 ; 1890, 3120. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 
855; Estates, $404,016. 1870-PoU8. 635; Estates, $971,474. 1880— Polls, 
677; Estates, $1,115,760; 1890— Polla, 846; Estates, $1,636,411. 

PM#M>ii##er#— Alfred E. Jordan; Center j A. K. P. Edwards; FaUs, 
Geo. Plummer. 

Seieeiameur-John Smith, E. H. Lunt; Center, F. A. Jordan. 

X*MrM Clerk— FalU, J. U. Eaoott. 

*Ve«#if r«r— John G. Tebbetts. 

Cfaiahle and Coll«r#or— Jordan Rand. 

e^wuiabie— Falls, H. W. Pike. 

School Superviaor—Falls, U. E. Coolidge. 

Cier/rtfm§€M—S. Hooper, Meth.; supplies, F. Bap. ; C. A. Hayden (Au- 
burn), Univ. ; H. J. McGill, Gath. ; Falls, George Plummer (res.), John 
Nason, F. Bap.; F. A. Vinal, Bap. 

WM^BiciaMB^C. H. Poster, A. W. Potter; Falls, G. W. Curtis, Walter 
Corliss, All. r 

X«i0raf€r#— Asa P. Moore, F. S. Sampson; FaUs, Chas. M. Ham, H. E. 
Coolidge. 

MfeuiiBi— Falls. E. W. Meader. 

J^MBfieeg—Jeam Davis, Jan. 21, 1885; Aaron Nutting, Nov. 24, 1886; 
Asa P. Moore, Dec. 31, 1885; Chas. M. Ham, Dec. 30, 1886; Edward Berry, 
Jan. 10, 1890; Edward U. Lunt, April 27, 1887; H. E. Coolidge, April 26, 
1889; F. S. Sampson, Jan. 18, 1887, Quorum: E. N. Chamberlain, May 15, 
1888; David Clark, July 6, 1888, Trial. 

mUerchamia—El. M. Gerrish, C. A. Jordan, dry and fancy goods, cloth- 
ing, boots and shoes; E. T. Smith, Lunt & Ross, F. Beaube, C. 8. Newell, 
O. D. Steele, groceries; Haley P. Thompson, apothecary; Tebbetts Bros., 
fkirn^ture and caskets, paints and oils; A. Wakefield, watches, jewelry and 

fmts' fhmishings: Farrar Bros., meats; A. H. Macnrda, hardware; A. E. 
oung, stoves and tinware; Mrs. C. H. Foster, millinery; Emma Ladon, 



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256 ANinrAL RBGlStEB OP MAimc. 

confectionery; 8. J. Webber, boots and shoes. Center^ George W. Gowell, 
grqoeries. 

Falls f Bailey & Bradeen, variety; Co-operative Grocery Store, A. T. 
Bibber, C. B. Plummer, Sliore & Gross, J. W. LdttlefieW, general stores; 
W. Jones, groceries and crockery; A. R Blethen, meats and provisions; A. 
Ward, meats ; Mrs. W. A. HoUis, Mi;88 Nettie F. Littlefleld, raillinenr; J. H. 
Coombs, hardware; A. Nutting, R. S.Whitney, jewelry ; B. R. CampMll, D. 
Fescenden, Ernest Richter, apothecaries; H. Ginsbnrg & Co. (also fnml- 
tnre and carpets), J. H. Eacott, dry and ftmcy goods and clothing; George 
R. Foster h Son, hats, caps and gents* ftirnishings, musical instruracmtsy 
boots and shoes; W. P. Allen, boots and shoes; «f. A. Reals & Co., stoves, 
tinware and hardware; Paul Rissker, corn, flour, and meal; Barrell & Hus- 
king, coal ; W. C. Coombs & Co., merchant tailors ; W. H. Stevens, stoves . 

•iriaMN/ii<;#Mr«r#— Farwell Mills, Wm. H. Miles, agent, cottons and lorn-' 
ber ; Albert Sutherland, Frank Nevens, F. W. Nevens, smiths; Merrill Bros., 
canned good^; Center, Famsworth Co., W. H. Buckley, a/rt.. flannels; A. C, 
Webber, horse radish and pickles ; Falls, Androscoggin Water Power Co.. 
Edward Plummer, agt., lumber and planing mill: Worumbo Mnfir. Co., 
F. Gutman, agent, woolens; Lisbon Falls Fibre Co , F. C. Whitehouse, 
Topsham, treas., pnlp; G. W. Sawyer, H. V. Curtis, harnesses; Tobias. 
Goddard, H. B. Bletnen, smiths; Chaa. P. Maxwell, foundry; Sumner 
Littlefield, Henry Butler, painters ; G. Tumbull, tailor ; R. S. Dorman» 
undertaker. 

BUi €oae€ior-43r. W. Verrill. 

f»*^»»#«r*— Nutting & Worthing. 

MBUHrauee — Falliff Geo. Pettingill. 

JVislKr— Centra] Hall, Union Hall; FaltB^Citizens Hall. 

MeBtamraftB— Falls— John A. Burgin ft Co., David Clarfc. 

Oar*cr#— Frank Rock; FaUs, Prince & Coombs, Robert Mathews. 

JLivery and Sate Stahtet—W. B. Jordan; Falls, Otis S. White, How- 
ard Bragaon, David Dearnely. 

JEtxprea^— Lisbon Folia and Lewiston—J, B. Barnes, pr<«>. 

WigM Sett0Ql9-C. J. Nichols, prln.; Falls, C. E. B. Libby, pyin. 

^BBO>tf9—I. O. O. i^.— Sabattus River, No. 21, Tues.; G. A. /?.— Berry 
Post, No. 10, 1st and 3d Mon.; U. O. P. i'^.— Mishawaum, No. 88, 2d and 
4th Mon. ; N. E. O. P.— 1st and 3d Wed ; P. of f?.— Pine Tree. No. 8, 
Fri.; Falls— Masons— Ancient York, No. 156, Mon. on or before fUll moon ; 
/. O. O. /^.—Worumbo, No. 107, Wed.; /. O. G. T.— Victory. Sat.; Ropat 
Arcanum— 1st and 8d Fri.; K. of P.— Columbia, Fri.; U, O, G. C— No. 
812, Tues. ; FK. C. T. //.—Tues. ; ¥. M. C. ^.— E. Taylor, sec. ; Center, L O. 
e. r.— Lisbon Star, Thurs. 

■MMoteh— Lisbon House, Wentworth B. Jordan; Fall&— Maine Central 
SOitse, S. P. Littlefield. 

JVew»paper—SeQ table. 



il.ivetim:oih3. 

Twenty miles N. of Auburn. On stage-lines from Auburn on M. C.R. R., 
and Canton on R. F. & B. R. R. Formerly called Port Royal. Incorpo- 
rated J*eb. 28, 1796, the 99th town, and named in honor of Dea. Elijah 
Livermore, one of the first settlers and proprietors. Population— 1850, 
1764; 1860, 1697: 1870, 1467; 1880, 1262; 1890, U51. Valuation, I860— 
Polls. a56; E-states, $430,779; 1870— Polls. 404; Estates, $524,267; 1880— 
Polls, 398; Estates, $430,709; 1890— Polls, 376; Estates, $458,926. 

Brettun's Mills, same as Livermore P. O. 
F99imM*ier»—W. F. Fuller; South, Mrs. M. F. Norton; North, Hat- 

tie L. Coolidge ; CeiUer, H. R, Norton. 
4l^f^cfM«€M— Edward Pratt, Wm. H. Thompson, Calvin R. Leach. 



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S*MrM CSerk—WilUtLm N. Bennett. 

VremsMrer—K. B. Bradford. 

Cmi9e€$mrmmd Cmm B imbte—C. F. Pike. 

H€h00i C9tmm4tiee—C. L. Day, R. A. Ryerson, R. B. Bradford. 

Bmmrdor Uemiih—W. F. Poller, sec.» E. Bdgecomb, R. B. Bradford. 

.Cfer«ir«M'«— Vacant, Univ.; D. H. Kllbreth (res.), Adv,; North, ^, 
K. Don&un, Meth.: Geo. W. Colby, Bc^,; i^oulA, Tacant, Umiv.; vacant. 
Bap. ; OfUer, S. £. Dnuham, MeUK. 

jmeMiUl^Center, S. H. Chase. 

^MifHrimM—Eli Edgcomb. 

^ntUeeg^F. H. Boothby, April 26. 1889; D. H. KUbreth, Feb. 20, 1889^ 
W. F. Fullei:, Nov. 6, 1885, Qwn^m : Chas. W. FuUer, Dec. 80, 1887, Trial ; 
Chas. W. Fuller. Dedimus. 

Vlferr*«M#«— W. F. Fuller, Mrs. R. C. Bryant, general storee; North, 
Frank W. Coolidge, Hattie L. Coolidge, general stores; Bearce & CUfibrd, 
wood and lumber; Center, U. R. Norton, general stores. 

J9tannfm€imr€r§ — Liverraore Daii7ing_ Association, batter; W. 
S. Spencer, smith; C. F. Phillips, grist-mill;^. F. Phillips. long and short 
Inmber; £. G, Francis, shoemaker; A. A. Allen, A. J. Bryant, carpenters; 
Geo. Monroe, smith. Centner, F. S. Richmond (Livermore Falls P. O.), saw 
and shingle mill; George Libby, smith. 

North, Caleb Smith (£ivermore Falls Post-offlce), tanner; S. A. Wills, 
smith; No. Livermore, Cheese Co. ; Charles Alden, saw mill; C. L. Wyman, 
carriages; £. L. Boothby. G. W. Hanscom, Charies Roberts, carpenters. 

•##M>fiM— /. O. O. T.-On to Victory, Thurs. -yor«A—ifa«<m», Oriental 
Star, Tnes. on or before full moon. /. O. O. 7.— Onward and Upward, Fri. 

JLibrarif— South, Washburn Memorial Library, 6,000 volumes, W. P. 
Washburn, librarian. 

J5i«l#— Amos Leavitt. 

JUoiei— Livermore Hdu8»-'AmoB Leavitt. 

Mdiver^ St0Me—Amo& Leavitt. 



MillVOT. 

Five miles W. of Anbum. On Grand Trunk and Rnmford Falls ft Bnck- 
field Railroads. Formerly a part of Poland. Incorporated the 129th 
town, Feb. 18, 1802. Divided, and Auburn incorporated, 1842. Popula- 
tion— 1850, 1784; 1860, 1799; 1870, 1669; 1880, 1763; 1890, 1356. Valuation, 
1860-Poll8, 408; Estates, $546,581. 1870-Polls. 884; Estates. f«10,611. 
1880, 473; Estates, $720,649; 1890— Polls, 429; Estates, $762,146. 
J*Mf«ia#f«r«— Mrs. R. F. Rounds; fTest, Gideon Bearse; Mechanic 

FaJls, F. Edwin Dwinal. 
Seieetmeu— Mechanic Falls, F. H. McDonald ; West, S. M. Bean ; A. 

C.;Pulsifer. 
^ow»» Cierh—Mechanic Falls, C. H. Dwinal. 
Vrea»nrer— Mechanic Falls, C. H. Dwinal. 
Com»table and Voliecior—S. P. Downing. 
CoNiMiabfeM—W. H. Lunt; Mechanic Falls, James F. Greenleaf. 

School SnperrJBor— Mechanic Falls, F. O. Purlngton. 
XoardortMeattls-C. M. Cobb, sec., Chas. H. Toble, C. A. True. 
C'Ur0fpmen—Vf3LC2L\\i, Cong. ; G. G. Powers, Meth. ; West, F. Newport; 
Union church; Mechanic Falls, C. F. Parsons, 3fe<A.; vacant, i^. Bap,. 
Wm. H. Clark, Bap. 
FhtfBieiauM—Mechanic Falls, Charles H. Tobie, C. M. Cobb, All. 
MrttMfverg—J. M. Libby, F. O. Purington. 
M9€»sii§t— Mechanic Falls, A. W. Butler. 
Jfoiargf—F. O. Purington, April 27, 1887. 
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May 15, 1890; Nathaniel D. Chase, Dec. 16, 1886 ; John L. Goodwin, May 
15, 1890, Quorum: Jas. H. DecoHter, Nov. 24, 1886, TricU. 

JfTerchaniB—'W . Rounds, general stores. West. Moses Young, general 
stores; H. R. Dimmock, butcher; Mechanic Falls, J. A. Bucknam & Co., 
dry^ goods and groceries, boots and shoes, merchant tailors, sewing ma- 
chines, pianos and oi^ns; J. C. Walker, Merrill & Denning, apothecaries, 
books and stationery ; F. H. McDonald, A. G. Tinkham (also crockery), S. 
T. Rowe, I. F. McCann & Co., groceries and meats; Stephen Bray & Son, 
grain and feed; Mrs. M. H. T. Merrill, millinery andfancjr goods; O. B. fc 
C. H. Dwinal, A. G. Woodsum, clothing and gents* furnishing goods, boots 
and shoes: L. J. Morton, fruit and confectionery* A. W. Bn<^, sporting 
goods, confectionery and newsdealer ; CO. Cole, confectionery; Hawkes 
& Whitney, stoves, tin and hardware ; Bailey & Hutchinson, lertilizers 
and agricultural implements ; L. A. Moulton & Co., dry and fancy goods; 
J. S. Merrill, ftimiture, caskets, pianos and organs; D. B. Perry, furniture, 
crockery, glassware and coffins ; E. A. Harris, cigars, etc. ; Waterman, Jor- 
dan & Co., ice; E. C. Barnard, watches and jewelry. 

JftaunfaeinrerB—yf. Rounds, grist-mill; Bumham & Morrill, corn 
packing; W. H. True, carriages and lumber; John Massie, shoemaker. 

Westf L. Dunham, James DeCoster, A. F. DeCoster, carriages; F. E. 
Rowe, saw and shingle mill; Geo. M. Luce, smith; J. Parsons, grist mill; 
Minot Packing Co., canned goods. 

Mechanic Falls, Geo. I. Folsom, harness-maker; J. A. Bucknam & Co., 
clothing; Jos. Harris & Sons, boots and shoes; J. W. PENNEY & SONS, 
machinists and iron founders (see advt. opp. n. 249); Loring Edcecomb, 
J. P. Dunham (also painter), carriages; E. A. Saunders, J. W. Whitman, 
smiths; Charles Harris, painter; J . M. Turner, lumber ; Mrs. J. N. Nason, 
Mrs. E. A. Jordan, Miss Maria Haskell, dressmakers; F. H. Merrill, E. L. 
Bailey & Co., butchers; Harris, & Lee, wooden novelties and toothpicks; 
Stephen Bray & Son, grist mills; J. S. Merrill, cabinet maker. 

BarberB— Mechanic Falls, C. O. Cole, J. E. Rand. 

Wron and BrasB CoBliugB—J. W. PENNEY & SONS (see advt. opp. 
page 249). 

InBummee— Mechanic Falls, J. A. Bucknam & Co., F. O. Purington. 

JLamaUirjt— Mechanic Falls, F. H. McDonald. 

Steam BugiueB and BoiierB^Mechanic Falls, J. W. PENNEY & 
SONS (see advt. opp. page 249). 

WAverw StabieB—MecJiantc Falls— F. R. COBB, teams for traveling 
men ana tourists (see advt, opp. page 249}, Waterm^ & Jordan, Jas. N. 
Nason, N. H. Nelson. 

*MBBB9tnB— Masons Mutual Rel^f Asso,— Mechanic Falls, A. J. Weston, 
pros., J. H. DeCoster, sec. O, A. R.—A. A. Dwinal Post, No. 8, Tues. 
S. of r.— Camp A. J. Pettie, No. 60, Mon. /. 0. Ji. ilf.— Osceola, No. 24, 
Tues. /. O. G. r.— Garfield, No. 266, Fri, P. of ^.— Minot Center, No. 
42, 1st and 8d Sat. K. o/ Z.— No. 8412, Wed.; No. 4976 (Corner), Tuea. 
A. of P. -St. Elmo, No. 65, Fri. 

Mtoan and Bnildiug ^BBB9i§s—D. B. Perrv, pres., J. H. DeCoster ,seo. 

CircHlaiing Idibrary— Mechanic Falls— m) vols., A. W. Bridge. 

BLigh School— Mechanic Falls, W. E. Fisher, principal. 

BLtMs — Mechanic Falls, Perkins, D. S. Perkins, proprietor; West, West 
Minot— J. R. Bearce, janitor. 

Bloiel- Mechanic Falls, COB£*S HOTEL, P. R. COBB (see advt. 
opp. page 249). 

Ten miles S. W. of Auburn. Mechanic Falls, on G. T. R., terminus of stage- 
routes to Poland, West Poland, Webb's Mill!<, and Auburn. Formerly 
called Bakerstown and embraced the present towns of Minot and Au- 



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burn. Incorporated the 98d town Feb. 17, 1796. Name sappoeed to be 
derived firom an Indian chief. Minot, embracing Auburn, set off in 1802. 
Portion of Poland set off to Danville 1862. First settled minister. Rev. 
Jonathan Scott. Population— 1796, 1400; 1860, 2660; 1860, 2746; 1870, 
2486; 1880,2442; 1890,2472. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 684 ; Estates, $617,- 
671; 1870— Polls, 662; Estates, $765,960; 1880— PoUs, 714; Estates, $920,- 
067; 1890— Polls, 504; Estates, $1,133,890. 
Poland Springs, same as South Poland P. O. 

JpM#aMr«#«r«--Charle8 Rowe; TTes^, Silas F. Megqnier; South, H. 
Bicker; East, D. W. Bailey. 

Seieeiamem—Ecuty John G. Davis; Mechanic Falls, E. W. Jordan; 
West, Wm. E. Blair. 

2*(MrM Cierk and Vreasnrer — Mechanic Falls, Zenas Lane. 

CoH9iahte mstd CoUeeior— Mechanic Falls, D. B. WaterhouM. 

Schoot SMmerriBor— West, F. E. Hanscom. 

Board or MetOih-E. F. Bradford, S. L. Littlefield, B. M. Femald. 

'WHHage Corporaiioss^A. W. Butler, Clerk; Jas. Stanton, Treas,; 
J>. B. Waterhouse, Coll. ; A. E. True, S. I. Jewett, Chas. Hackett, Assessors ; 
E. W. Jordan, Fred Chaplin, Fire Wardens. 

CiergprneM—VsLCSini, Free Bap.,' East, 6. G. Powers, Meth.; West, J. 
A. Libby, Adv. ; vacant, F. Bap. ; Mechanic Falls, Frederick Newport, 
Cong.; George G. Hamilton, Univ. 

Bemiisi— Mechanic Falls, N. S. Marshall. 

MJatvpers— Mechanic FcUts—Dnyi^ Dunn, J. M. Libbv. 

JP/bar«<rtoM«— Jason Walker; Mechanic Falls— E. V. Bradford, il{/.; 
A. D. Bowman, Horn. ♦ 

JToiariea—EAw. P. Ricker, Sept. 27, 1888; S. L. Littlefield, Oct. 4, 1890. 

^«r«#ir««— David Dunn, Aug. 30, 1889; Francis Storer, Apr. 27, 1887; 
Luther Perkins, June 18, 1886; J. M. Libby, Mar. 13, 1889; S.L. Littlefield, 
Mar. 30, 1888; W. W. Waterman, April 29, 1885 ; Frank A. Millett. May 17, 
1887; S. B. Merrithew, Dec. 19, 1890; Silas A. Megquire. Dec. 19, 1890, 
Quorum: F. A. Millett, Aug. 27, 1885, Trial: David Dunn, Dedimus. 

Jtferckaasis— Chas. Rowe, general stores ; John S. Briggis. lumber, flour, 
corn, etc. Mechanic Falls, S. S. Waterhouse. general storeo; I. A. Den- 
ison, groceries ; Mrs. T. C. Holt, patent medicines; M. N. ROYAL & CO., 
confectionery, stationery, and cigars (wholesale and retail) (see advt. opp. 
{oge 249), F. A. Goldermann, C. H. Hall, bootrt and shoes; D. T. Allen, M. 
W. Morrill & Co., Miss A. L. Libby, Levi Pooler, fmit, confectionery and 
dining-rooms; A. J. Weaton, lumber, sash, doors and blinds; Zenas Lane, 
watches and jewelry; G. G. Bridgham, groceries, and meat^^*M. W. M<n-- 
rill & Co., fish; Luther Perkins, cattle broker. East, Bailey Bros., general 
stores. West, G. O. Goodwin & Co., general stores and Inmber; S. A. 



Megquier, general stores and fancy goods; H. A. Gerry, jewelry. 

J^anntmeinrerw— John S. Bnggs, stave, box, grist and plai ^. 
long and short lumber; Oliver De Goteaux, smith; F. A. Pulsifer, car- 



riages,, coffins and caskets; Poland Dairying Association, butter; East, 
Bfdley Bros., steam grist mill. 

Mechanic Falls, POLAND PAPER CO., Arthur Sewall, pres., C. R. 
Milliken, treas., oiiices 24 Plum st., Portland, paper (see advt. pa^e 230/; 
John Hanscom, canned goods; M. N. ROYAL & CO., bakers, contection- 
ery (see advt. opp. page 249); Poland Packing and Mnfg. Co., canned 

foods, boxes, etc.; Geo. O. Goodwin & Co., lumber; John Seal, Chas. N. 
{urns, W. R. Durgin, masons; Poole Bros., printers; J. Q. Noyes, J. 
Bicknell, shoemakers. 

West, O. A. Tavlor, lumber; Storer Bros., carriages and smiths; Wm. 
Megquire, smith ; Femald & Keene Bros., corn canning; ^a«^, Mousam 
Mnfg. Co., lea' her board, W. W. Dennen, agent; John H. Ayer, smith; 
Benj. Pulsifer, harnesses. 
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Bisfh Sehooi— Mechanic Falfs, F. P. Knight, principal. 

MMsmramce— Mechanic Falls^ I. A. Dennlson. 

Eiirery Stable— Mechanic Falls, Hiram Perkins. 

t^nbtic Haii— Murray, H. E. Thurston, agent. 

SmriugB— Highland Spring— CyTU» Briggs, proprietor. South— Poland 
Spring— Yi. Ricker & Sons. 

i€»»oHms— Mechanic FaZla— Masons— TyritLiij No. 78, Thursday on or 
before full moon. /. O. O. /*.— Monami, No. 40, Mon.; Orion Encampment, 
No. 27, 2d and 4th Wed.; Colfax, No. 27, D of R., Ist and 3d Wed. U. O. 
Q. C— Arassiz com., No. 245. 1st and 3d Wed. East- P. of ^.— ExeelsioiV 
No. 6. Wegt—P. of /r.— Lake, No. 24, Sat.; West Poland Comet Bandr^ 
Herbert A. Gerry, leader. 

HoteiM— South— Poland Spring Ho%i8e, H. Ricker & Sons; Mansion 
House, H. Ricker & Sons; Mechanic Falls— The Elms, Alex V. Bdie. 

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TXJIilVEIi. 

Twelve miles north of Auburn. On stage-lines ft'om Auburn and Buck* 
field. First called Sylvester Canada. Named for Jos. Sylvester, to 
whom, with his associates, the township was given for services against 
Canada, 1690. Incorporated the 47th town Jrily 7th, 1786, and named for 
Charles Turner, Esq. Rev. John Strickland, settled as first pastor, Nov. 20, 
1784. Population— 1784, about 180 ; 1860, 2637 ; 1860, 2682; 1870, 2380; 1880> 
2285; 1890,2016. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 708; Estates, $748,218; 1870— 
Polls, 537; Estates, 9815,684: 1880— Polls, 659 ; Estates, $748,856 ; 1890— 
Polls, 627; Estates, $764,215. 
Dyer's Comer same as North Auburn P. O. 

Fosimagiers—J. P. Waterman ; Keen's Mills, F. B. Wing; North, L. 
A. Farrar; If. Turner Bridge, Sylvanus Houghton; Center, Lewis P. 
Bradford; South, W. D. Barrell; East, Warren Webster; Chase's Mills, 
Solon Chase ; Hotne's Comer, Geo. D. Humphrey. 

Selecitmeu-Center, Aubrey Leavitt ; Howe's Comer, Shirley Merrill; 
Keen's Mills, Austin French. 
Vown .tfircMf— Walter B. Beals. 
Vown Clerk- Center, Chas. H. Bradford. 
T^easHfer-Wm. B. Bradford. 
School Supe r visor— Keen's Mills, A. F. Gilmore. 
ComatabU and CoUeeior—S. W. Cary. 

Board o/* JVeoff *— Roscoe Smith, sec., H. C. Haskell, J. H. Conant. 
Ciergymeu—B., D. Osgood, A. N. Jones (res.), Cong.; N. G. French, 
Bap. ; A. B. Graffam, Mem.: Center, W. R. French (res.), ; Jas. Eastwood 
Umv.; North, supplies. Union church ; Howe's Cor., supplies, Univ. 
JLaufffer—E. V. Stevens. 

Fh^BieiaHM-H. L. Irish, O. A. Sprague, John T. Cushing, All,f 
Center, Rosooe Smith, B. G. Edgeoomb, All. 

^M«Mre«— Lewis A. Farrar, June 13, 1890; W. L. Bonney, Feb. 12,1891; 
Horace True, Dec. 81, 1885 ; A. M. Fogg, Oct. 13, 1886; E. V. Stevens, Nov. 
29, 1887; Lewis P. Bradford, April 24. 1888; Henry A. Bemis, Feb. 6, 1889 j 
S. W. Carj', Jan. 6, 1891, Qiuyrttm: Albert Winship, Mar. 16, 1887, Trial 

Jffercitauis-W . L. Bonney, W. B. Rradfora, general stores; A.N. 
Jones, meats and groceries; W. H. French, stoves, tin and hardware ; C. E. 
Kempton, drugs and fancy goods; J. C. Hobbs, fruit, confectionery, to- 
bacco and cigars; W. B. Beals, flour, corn, meal and feed; A. E Bradford, 
wool dealer; F. W. North, ice. North, L. A. Farrar. F. Taylor, general 
stores; R. E. P^iller, grain and feed. Keen's Mills, F. B. Wing, Briegs ft 
Young, general stores. Center, L. P. Bradford, groceries, etc. North 
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JUills, Arthur Dow, groceries. Howes Cor.^ Geo. D. Humphrey, general 
stores and feed. 

•WaMM#iicf Mr€r«— Francis T. Faulkner, woolens; Edwin Fernald, 
Benj. W. Knapp, F. E. Dillingham, carriages; W. B. Beals, grist mill; 
Ghas. F. "Willard, boards, <«hin^es, and boxes; W. H. French, stoves and 
tinware: W. R. Snow, L. R. Hodsdon, smiths; G. K. Dillingham, oaskeU; 
F. H. Mitchell & Go., fancy saddleij; A. A. Roberts & Sons, F. B. DU- 
lingham, carpenters; J.G.^obbs, clgan. 

Keen's Mul$,A. R. Gilmore, flour and meal; Cyrus French, lumber; 
{H. A. Bemis, extension cases; John Bemis, harnesses; W. A. AndrewB, 
clothing. 

ChcuPs Mills, Thos. G. Burdin & Co., hubs and barrels; C. C. Chase, 
boards and shingles; Geo. B. Mitchell^ smith. 

Northt A. D. Parker, boards, shingles, and laths; Washburn Chair Co., 
E. T. Eustis, t>re8. (Lewiston), willow chairs; Essec Fuller, carriages; L. 
D. Farrar, long and short lumber; North Turner Cheese Co.. R. D. i»eaT' 
itt, jpres.: Lark Libby, E. E. Fuller, smiths; Elias Keene, carding mill; 
R. E. Fuller, grist mill; The United Packers, J. P. Jordan, treas. (Port- 
land), canned goods; F. L. Kilbreth, carpenters. 

I^orth Tuf-ner Bridge. A. Winship & Son, smiths; Center, Turner Center 
Dairying Association, H. C. Haskell, pros. ; Dyer's Comer , Joseph W. 
Chandler, smith; Howe's Comer, H. O. Rose, smith; South, Gary & 
iliearitt, canned goods. 

MHtturnMce tSgetsiB—Wm. B. Bradford; North, E. V. Stevens. 

JPuhtic MMmfia—Roberts' , Roberts Bros., props; North, Keen's, Elias 
Keen, prop. 

Jfte^ta ,^simi€—Northt E. V. Stevens (also investment securities). 

•##»•'#*••— Mwo»w—Nezinscot, No. 101, Sat. on or before full moon; 
Turner, R. A. C. No. 41, Sat. after ftill moon. /. O. O. J*.— Blake, No. 110, 
Hon. /. O. O. r.— Turner, No. 89, Fri. Turtker Brass Band, E. L. Sta- 
ples, leader. North— G. A. 22.— Wilson, 2d and last Sat. North Turner 
Cadet Band— Geo. Merrill, leader. K. of P.— Maj. Leavitt, No. 74, Fri. 
Center-P. oT IT.— Turner, No. 28, Ist and 8d Sat. Chase's mils— I. O. O. T, 
— Teague's Ledge, No. 177. 

a^ieU— Traveler's Home—WK, F. V. Russell; North— No. Turner 
Wmae, Elias Keen. 



Twelve miles N. E. of Auburn. On M. G. Railroad. First settled, 1778. 

Organized as plantation, 1808. Incorporated 212th town Feb. 1, 1816. 

Population— 1860, 612; 1860,602; 1870.656; 1880, 606; 1890, 461. Valua- 
tion, 1860- Polls, 156; Estates, f 188,642; 1870-Polls, 168; Estates, $229,- 

869; 1880— Polls, 185; Estates, #198,578; 1890— Polls, 158; Est., $206,570. 

JPo«#iiMw#er«— Mrs. Hattie L. Given ; Ea8t,W. E. Hinkley ; Leeds Juno- 
Hon, J. B. Brackett. 

Select msen — Frank E. Marr, Alden Monlton; East, £. £. Ham. 

S*aw» Cierk—Sabattus P. O., A. J. Sanborn. 

av<a#isrer— Henry 8. Marr. 

CtsaiabU and CoUecior—Geo. W. Fogg. 

Sehooi SamerviBor-Sabattus, A. J. Sanborn. 

Board o/* JSreo/f/b— Benj. Hodsdon, A. M. Donnell, T. T. Jenkins. 

Ctergwmets-YsucsLtii, Union Ch. ; East, vacant, Meth. 

JLatsdStwve^or—Jolm G. Fogg. 

.f M###c««— Tbos.W. Ham, Mar. 13, 1889; Joseph S. Jewett, Sept. 11, 1884, 
Quorum: John G. Fogg, May 27, 1885 TYial. 

JtrerehaMi»—J, W. Ricker, general stores; Jwnctiont J. W. Ricker, 
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JtfaMMfaeinrers — Leed's Junction, Geo. T. Howe, bricks; Sabatttts P. 
O.— Sabattus Mountain Butter Manufactory, J. W. Sawyer, agent. 

tM»»oHu»—P. of ^.— Wales, No. 40, Sat. on or before full moon. /. O, 
G. r.— Prince, No. 95. Farmers Leagve, 

Nine miles (Sabattus seven miles) E. of Auburn. First settled. 1774. For- 
merly a part of Lisbon, ft*om which it was taken, and incorporated March 
7, im. Population, 1850, 1110; 1860, 890; 1870, 989; 1880, 980: 1890, 951. 
Valuation, 1860-Poll8, 237 ; Estates, $312,015; 1870— Polls, 218; Estates, 
$406,434; 1880— Polls, 261; Est., $445,353 ; 1890— Polls, 259 ^ Est., $432,447. 
JPo«fiMa«fer«— Ghas. K. Donnell; Sabattus, Edwin Woodside. 
Seiecttneur-So. Lewiston P. O., O. D. Potter; Sabatf/us, P. M. Spof- 

ford, Chas. Bigelow. 
X*oarM Clerk—Sabattus, J. W.yiaxwell, 

VreaBmrer, CoUecior and CoMtiable—SabattuSf H. J. Carville. 
CaH*it^le»— Sabattus, Henry A. Annis, Chas. E. Jordan. 
School Supervisor— Sabattus, J. W. Maxwell. 
€ler0fvat9eM—YR.c&nt, Bap. ; B. S. Fifield, F. Bap. 
Board of MeaMb^Sabattus, T. C. Billings, J. G. Jordan; A. J. 

wiffMiciatu—SaJbattiis, Frank E. Sleeper, M. T. Newton, All. 

IJawwer—SabaUm, S. L. Hill. 

^HtiicesS. L. HUl, Mar. 9, 1887; J. W. Maxwell, March 25, 1885; 
Kingsbury Donnell, April 27, 1886, Quorum. 

JWerchani»-rE. Smith; Sabattus, G. W. Sawyer, E. Woodside, B. F. 
Dennison, Co-operative store, meats and groceries; S. H. Wilkins, boots 
and shoes; £. Woodside, apothecary, millinery and fEincy goods; Ellen 
Walker, confectionery and tinware. 

JffannfmctHrerB—Sahattus, J. M. Niles & Son, harnesses; Webster 
Woolen Mill 1, Charles Amback. supt. ; Webster Woolen Mill I14, J. Frank 
Vose, supt.; W. H. Farrar, Peter Grierson, smiths ; T. C. Billings, carriage 
repairer; J. F.Vose, R. D. Jones, saw and grist mills ; Wm. H. Walker ,tailor. 

%M»»o^tnMSabattus—Mas(yns—W e\)%teT, Tburs. on or before ftdl moon. 
U, O. P. -P.— Pioneer Colony, Wed. j U. O. 6. C. 

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LiTery, Boardiog A Feed Stabled 

Good Teams and Reasonable Rates. 

Colts Broken. Horses Taken 

to Board and Exercise. 



Presque Isle, 



Maine. 



Planing & Moulding Mill. 

J. I. Roberts, Proprietor. 
Manufacturer of 

Moiildings of all kinds. 
Doors, Bash and Win- 
dow Frames. 

PRESQVK ISLE, MAINE. 



The Aroostook Republican. 

[Bstablished in 1880.] Published in Cariboa" the largest 
town in Aroostook. 

The Republican, having a large circulation, is one of the 
best advertising mediums in Aroostook County. Advertising 
rates cheerfully furnished on application. 
A. W. HALL,Editor and Proprietor, Caribou, Maine. 



COLLINS HOUSE, 

Fort Fairfield, Me. 
M. £. Collins, Proprietor. 

Livery in Ck>nnection. 
TerfH3f $9 per day. 



H. a. HAYDBN & CO., 

CARIBOU, MAINE, 
Dealers in 

Meats, Gh^eries and Provisionsi 

Canned Goods, 
Confectionery and Cigars. 



L. K. Cary. L. K. CART & CO., E. L. Houghton. 

FOBT Faibfibld, Me., Dealers in 

Hardware, Agricultural Implements, Plumbers' Sup- 
plies, Stoves and Tinware. 
Agents for Heebner & Son's Level Tread Horse Power, and 
Little Giant Thresher. Also Whitman's Horse Power and 
Thresher. 



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A Popular Family Weekly, published at a 
Popular Price, $I a Year; containing Local 
News, County News, State News, Boston Markets, 
Farmer's Free Exchange Column, etc., etc. 

Write for a sample copy. Guaranteed a thousand copies per week. 

g. M, ORB 18 S^ Editor and Proprietor. 



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Manufacturer of 

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G. A. GORDON, 

Gen'l Insurance Agent 

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Patent and Pension Claims. 

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W. D. BUZZELL, Proprietor. 
ECOTJLTOIT, - - H^^IITE. 

Headquarters for Commercial Trayelers. Large Sample Rooms. House 
Heated by Steam. Electric Lights and Annunciators. Well Furnished 
Roomp. Fine Sanitary Arrangements. Cuisine Unexcelled. 



Wi^LDO G. BROwnsr. 

Dealer in Wind Mills, Agricultural Implements, Hardware, 
Jewelry and Silverware, Plumbing and Plumber's Supplies, 
Well Boring. Manufacturer of Plows, Horse Hoes, Cultiva- 
tors, Shingle Machines and Rotary Mills. 

HOULTON, MAINE. 



Jobbera and Retailers of 

Hardware, Nails, Glass & Builders' Hardware, 

Mannfactarers' Agents for AXES, and Dealers in Lnmbermen's Sup- 
plies, Chains, Steel and Bolts, Pork, Flonr, Molasses, Meal, Tea, 
Tobacco and Groceries. Terms Cash. 

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AROOSTOOK COUNTY. 

Orijrinally a part of Penobscot and Washington. Incorporated Bfarch 16, 
1839. Enlarged March 21, 1843, by additions from Penobscot, and March 
12, 1844, by additions from Piscataquis and Somerset Counties. Area, 
6800 square miles. Houlton, shire town. Population— 1830, 8399: 1840, 
9418; 1860,12.529; 1860, 22,479; 1870, 29,609; 1880, 41,700; 1890,49,689. 
Valuation. 1980— Polls, 2098; Estates, $1,105,796; 1870— Polls, 6212; Es- 
tates. $4.995.685: 1880— Polls, 7,734; Estates, $7,664,982; 189a-Polls, 10,- 
031; Estates. $10,018,269. 



Fourteen miles South of Houlton, on stage line to Danforthon the M. C. 
R. R. Incorporated March 19, 1836. Population— 1860, 266; 1860.802; 
1870, 311; 1880, 432; 1890. 420. Valuation. 1860— Polls, 63; Estates, $28,- 
884. 187a-Polls. 82; Estates, 44,676; 1880-Polls, 109; Estates, $44,476; 
1890— Polls, 95; Estates, $114,076. 

JPo«#ii»a«#€r#— Mrs. R. B. Gerow; J^orth, Milo W. Cone. 
Seieeimett— North, Milo W. Cone. J. R. Hughes, J..E. Estabrook. 
OPonm Clerk— North, Milo W. Cone. 
VreaBMrer—I. T. Walton. 
C9Uect9r—C. P. Farrar. 
<7oM«#adle— Jedediah Estabrook. 
Schoot SHt^erviMor— Milo W. Cone. 

<7#er^irJiteM— E. K. Drew(Hodgdon)^ap.; H. O. Gidney (res.), F, 
Bap. 
Jmsiiee—M. W. Cone, Feb. 14, 1888, Qwmvm. 

JfferckaMia^Northf Milo W. Cone, John R. Hughes, general stores. 
JU[aHHfactnrer—A.. Porter, hoops. 
Mioiel— Amity House — Geo. A. Gerow. 

Sixty-six miles N. "W. of Houlton, by stage-road via Presqne Isle ; also 
terminus of stage-lines from Patten and Fort Kent. Settled about 1837 by 
people largely from Kennebec Valley. Incorporated Feb. 18, 1862, under 
name of Ashland. Name changed 1869 to Dalton, in honor of first 
settler. (Changed back to Ashland, Feb. 3, 1876). Population, 1860, 606: 
1870,446; 1880,505; 1890,568. Valuation, 1860-Polls, 128; Estates, $68,- 
830; 1870— Polls, 87; Estates, $98,531; 1880— Polls, 108; Estates, $90,726; 
189(V-PolIs, 150; Estates, $136,433. 

JPo«faMr«f«r— Geo. H. McNally. 

Selecim»eM—W. P. Bridgham, D. F. Bearce, S. D. Hews. 
Vowen Clerk— W. P. Bridgman. 
VreagMrer-Jj. C. Dorman. 
CWfetffor- Silas S. Gilman. 
ConBtableB—D. F. Bearce, J. B. Bartlett. 
School SuperoiBor—O. B. C. Kenney. 

Clerffymeu — Vacant, Epis. ; vacant, F. Bap. ; Vacant, Cong. 
IPhifBMaHM—lR. A. Duren, O. B. C. Kenney. 
JFetuioM JVoiaru—J. H. Carter. 

SuBticea—J. H. Carter, Aug. 9, 1887, Qwyrum; R. G. Kallock, Jan. 
2,1890; W, ~ ■ " 



I Jfoiaru—J. H. Carter. 
r— J. H. Carter, Aug. 9, 1887, Quorum; 
H. McNally, Dec. 7, 1887, Trial. 

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264 ANNUAL BBGISTEB OF MAINE. 

•ItferrAaMf*— Hayward & Finson, hardware ; E. A. Tozier ft Co., d^. 
B. Hay ward, Dunn Bros., Willis P. Bridgham, general stores; C. D. 
Hews & Co., millinery ; Miss Etta Young, Miss Ella Lovely, dressmakers. 

JftanttfacimrerB—C. W. Clayton, James A. Flint, lumber; C. F. 
Clayton & Co., starch; 8. C. Murphy, harnesses; Cheese Factory Co. ; C. 
F. Clayton & Co., C. A. Flint, clapbpards; L. C. Dorman, W. E. Hopper, 
smiths; J. A. Flint, boats; Frank Tozier, J. H. Carter, A. T. BLalloch. 
John Bouvard, Mark Bartlett, carpenters; A. R. Flynt, jeweler; P. G. 
Brown, T. B. Crummett, wheelwrights ; W. L. Gardner, butcher ; We^ey 
iOrcutt, furniture, coffins and caskets; B. Hawkins, carriage repairs. 

School— High, Greenwood, principal. 

Eiiverp ^tabie—Joim Haley. 

•Ma§o^iH9— Masons— Tion^T, Sat. on or before full moon. P. of R. — 
Ashland, Xo. 247, Wed. 

MoielM—D, O. Orcutt, Wesley Martin. 

Thirty miles south-south-west of Honlton. On Maine Central Railroad. 
Settled by Charles Gellerson in 1830, from Brighton, ^e. Organized as 

flantation in 1340. Named in honor of George Bancroft, the nistorian. 
ncorporated Feb. 5, 1889. Population— 1860, 304; 1870, 177; 1880, 220; 

1890,264. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 63; Estates, $23,810 ; 1870-Poll8, 64; 

Est., $86,098; 1880— Polls, 68; Est., $48,961 ; 1890— Polls, 72 ; Est. $72,688, 

JPo«fj»«a«#er«— Geo. W. Kelley. South,— B. Fitzpatrick. Logan — G. 
A. Smart. 

8eiectmem—Geo, A. Smart, Albert Kelley, James N. Irish. 

VowM Cl«r*— Edwin E. Smart. 

Vreaanrer aud Coliector—NAihAn J. Anderson. 

Cot$MtabMe—B. W. Smart. 

School Sn/perriBor—^rs. Emma Smart. 

Ciergymeu—K. O. Gidney (Amity P. O.), F. Bap. ; Elder Brvin, Meth. 

JftuiiceM—Geo. A. Smart, Mar. 15, 1888; George W. Kelly, July 28, 1889; 
John W. Hinch, July 10, 1886, Quorum. 

J9fa»tmfaciMfer»— South, Henry Irish, Appleton Irish, smiths. 

Forty-four miles south-west of Houlton . On stage line fi*om Mattawamkeag 
to Patten. West half of No. 2, R. 6. Organized as Benedicta Plantation. 
Incorporated in 1872. Named in honor of Bishop Benedict Fenwick, 
of Boston, who purchased it of the State of Massachusetts. Settled 1834 
by David and Joseph Leavitt. Population— 1870, 413; 1880,802; 1890, 
817. Valuation, I860— Polls, 69; Estates, $17,776; 1870— PoUs, 69; Es- 
tates, $41,741; 1880— Polls, 68; Est., $42,810; 1890— Polls, 76; Est., $57,849. 

JPo«fMMM#«r— P. R. Owens. 

Seleei men— T!hom9& F. Ryan, Joseph Rush, Fenton McAvoy. 

VowH CfUfk—ThoB. F. Ryan. 

Vreagmrer— John Byrnes. 

CoMerfor— Patrick Brown. 



School ^M»err<«0r— Edward Qnaley. 
BoaraofJUealih—J. D. Doyle, Edwa 
Clergnmau—Joxaea Cairns, Bom,. Cath. 



Board ofJuealih—J. D. Doyle, Edward Qualey, Jeremiah Perry. 



JtferchaMi»—J. J. Qurran, F. Allingham, general stores. 
JBotel—Mx8. J. Donivan. 

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3X^A.rTCE3. 

l?wenty-six miles north of Houlton, on stage line to upper Aroostook. 
Kormerly Alva Plantation. Ino. Feb. 10, 18^4, and named la honor of 
James G. Blaine. PopalaUon— 1860,486; 1870, 496; 1880, 646; 1890, 784. 

. Valuation, I86O-P0II8, 74; Estates, $16,838; 1870--Po]ls, 9%; Bstates^ 
$85,093; 1880-Polls, 120; Estates. $49,860; 1890— Polls, 174; Est., $146,1«1. 

JF0»iMitnier—J . Hersom, Almon 0. 17iitter, asst. ^ 

SeiecimeH—Almon O. Nutter, John Griffin, James Alexander, 

Vompu Cl«»**— Fred L. Lowell. 

Colleeior mud ConMimbie—R. A. York. 

CmuBtabiea—J, H. Bubar, B. A. York. 

arr«a#ffrer— Wm. Robinson. 
, SeMmoi Sumerm U m r -^ . H. Bnbar. 

JBmmrd ^rlBienUH^Y, L. Lowell, John Hersom, J. H. Bnbar. 

Ciermwmem—J. P. Hallotoell, F. H. Bnrbar, Free Bap.,- Ecut, va- 
cant, Free Bap. 

Jm»iic€a—Joe\ Valley. March 9, 1889; Almon O. Nntter, Jan. 16, 1889, 
Quorum: Jonathan Hersom, Oct. 13, 1886; John H. Bamsey, Jan. 29, 1891, 

C'imim •iggeui—J. M. Bamsey. 

JfT^rcMaMa—Joel Valley, 8. H. Hnssey. A. O. Nntter. John H. Bnbar, 
R. A. McFarland, Black Hawk 8anbom, general stores; Mrs. Anna Frost, 
millinery and fancv goods; Mrs. £. J. Lavene, millinery; Fred. L. Lowell, 
hardware and fumitnre. 

JtfaH9§factHrer»—Fred. C. Robinson, shingles; E. A. Tompkins, Wil- 
lis Dodge, carriages; S. T. Turner & Son, Geo. w. ThomiMon, smiths; W. 
A. Beals, W. A. Noble, joiners ; F. C. Robinson, miller; C.A. Pierce, har- 
nesses; F.C.Robinson, starch foctory; R. A. McFarland, shingles and 
clapboards. 

•tf««o'fNtf—Afa«<ms— Aroostook, Sat. after each ftll moon ; /. O. Q, 3*.— 
Border Guard, No. 42, Tues.; Juvenile Temple, Mon. W. C. T. W. 
' B^iei-— Blaine House, Walter Hersom. 



Twenty-two miles N. of Honlton. Onstage-line from Honlton to Upper 
. Aroostook. Originally Bridgewater and Portland Academy Grants. In- 
corporated March 2, 1868. Population— 1850. 148; 1860, 491; 1870. 606; 
1880, 722 ; 1890, 946. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 94 ; Estates, $44,872. 1870-- 
Polls. 123: Estates. $88,263; 1880— Polls, 164; Estates, $108,406 ; 1890^ 
Polls, 234; Estates, $284,324. 

l*o«#4iMf«#er«— Isadore A. Barrett; Center ^ Chas. P. Church. 
Sel(;r#«iteM— Center, A. M. Stackpole; A. L. Chandler; Center ^ Geo. 
W. Allen. 
VompM Clerk—B,. H. Perkins. 
GPreagnrer^Center, Chas. P. Church. 
€JoUeciar and CougiabU— Center 1 1. V. Dnrgfn. 
C«iMfa6fe«— Ezra McGray ; Center^ Asa H. Bradstreet. 
Seh0oi Satmerri»0r—A. J. Fulton. 

Board •T'lVeaff*— Richard H. Perkins, sec, T. G. Durgin, Chas. 
Kidder. 

€' lergrif man— Center y H. Bnbar, F. Bap. 
fkmsMatia—W. W. White, G. W. Upton, A. J. Fulton. 
JtuHce»—OTlo Smith, Feb. 12, 1886; Chas. M. Kidder, Dec. 16, im ; 
Geo. W. Sanford, Feb. 6, 1889 ; A. L. Chandler, March. 12, 1891. Quorum: 
Chas. Kidder, July 16, 1886; Geo. ff. Collins, Mar. 16, 1888, Trial. 
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jmerehatU»—i3t, L. Freeman, Or. W. CoUins, H. B. White, John E. 
Fryor, general stores; R. H. Perkins, watches, clocks and jewelry ; Center, 
C. P. Cnurch, George Barrett, Fred Snow, general stores. 

J9tmMmfaeiHrer9—G. W. Collins, £. Milliken, 1 amber and shinglea; 
Bdwin Webber, smith ; G. W. Collins, flonr and starch ; Center j C. P. 
Church, tanner and saw mill; £. £. Milliken, shingles; G. W. London, 
Bmith. 

•MaaoHna—G. A. /?.— Robert J. Gray Post, No. 126; Robt. J. Gray Relief 
Corps; W, C. T. U. 

Miaiela— Geo. W. Collins, Geo. H. Garrison. 

OA^Timoxj. 

Fifty-four miles N. N. W. of Houlton by stago ronte Tia Presqne Isle. On 
14 ew Bmnswick Railway. Stage<llnes to Van Buren, New Sweden, 
Houlton, and Perham. Incorporated April 6, 1859. Population, 1860, 
297; 1870, 1410; 1880, 2756; 1890, 4087. Valuation, 1860— Pofis, 57; Estates, 
$26,264; 1870— Polls, 256; Estates, $155,702; 1880— Polls, 527; Estates, 
$337,388; 189a-Polls, 876; Estates, $780,489. 

Foaitaaaatera—J. W. Gary; E<Mt, Newman R. Dpyle; Lyndon^ G. C. 
Hall ; North Lyndon, Ezekiel LeVasseur. 

Seteetmaen—J . D. Emery, J. D. Teague ; No. Lyndon^ £. LeVasseur. 

Town Cierk—W. C. Spaulding. 

Vreaat^er—Sasrmel Taylor. 

CouaioMea—A. M. York, L. H. Gary, E. £. Douglass, P. K. Holmes. 

School Smperviaor—D . G. Luce. 

Board orlBeaUh—J. Cary, C. B. Roberts, C. £. Young. 

Wire MfegariineMi—K. D. Collins, chief engineer. 

If^ofer W»rka~A. B. Fisher, supt. 

Mieciric X;#^*#«— Caribou Electric light Co., A. B. Fisher, supt. 

Board of XVa«fe— Albe Holmes, pres. ; Calvin B. Roberts, sec. 

Cter^rpmeM—C. E. Young, j5a». ; C. H. McElhiney, Meth.i C. W. 
Foster, T^T^op. ; vacant, Epis.; C. O. Gingras, Cath. 

MJatirpera— Louis C. Steams, L. R. King, C. B. ROBERTS (see advt. 
opp. Court Directory), WM. P. ALLEN, York & Fisher. 

Fh^aieiana—ChaB. F. Thomas, Jefferson Cary, A. J. Taylor, Geo. t?. 
Upham, D. G. Luce, All. 

JP«M«###— Frank W. Barker, L. W. Sawin. 

CT. S. MSstam, SHrgeoua—C. F. Thomas, pres., H. D. Sawyer, sec. 
(Fort Fairfield). J . Cary^ treas. 

JT^tariea—Celyin B. Roberts, Apr. 27, 1886; Wm. P. Allen, Marl7,1890; 
C. B. Margesson, Nov. 24, 1890. 

^M#f <<•«#— Lauriston R. King. April 6, 1889; H. W. Trafton, No>. 20, 
1889; C. B. Roberts, Apr. 27, 1886: Frank M. York, July 6, 1888; Wallace 
R. Lambert, Feb. 19, 1885; Oreo. B. Hussey, Nov. 22. 1888; L. C. Steirns, 
Aug. 80, 1889; Stanley J. Estes, Dec. 13, 1888; W. P. Allen, Nov. 24, 1885; 
P. 8. Goud, Nov. 20, 1889; Eugene A. Holmes, Jan. 6, 1891; W. H. Fisher, 
May 15, 1890, Quorum: Fremont Small, June 28, 1887; Freeland Jones, 
Mar. 27, 1889; N. S. Lufkin, Jan. 5, 1890; J. D. Teague, April 27, 1886, 
Trial; J. D. Teague, Freeland Jones, Dedimus. 

J^erekauia^ Agricultural Implements— W. C. Spaulding, E. F. 
Grimes, Duff & Small, York's Agricultural Implement Warehouse. 

Apot?ieearie»—E. H. Pushor, S. L. White. 

Books and Stationery— L. F. Runnalls, £. H. Pushor. 

Boots and Shoes— J. A. Clark, O. W. GARDNER & CO., N. W. 
Johnson, Samuel Taylor, John Anderson. 

Carriages and Mamesses—Ij. W. Stevens, C. C. King, Records A 
Berce, S. S. Hackett. 

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Clothing and Furnishing Ooodtf— MoNelly h McLellan, ChM. C. 
Littlefield & Co. 

Coffins and Cashets—D. £. Johnson. 

Crockery— H.. E. Jones (also paper hangings). 

l>ry ehoods twnd Fari««y— Noah W. Johnson, O. W. Gardner ft Co.. 
Samuel Taylor, £. P. Grimes, Liifkin & Holmes, J. A. Clark. 

Flour and Feed^B.. A. Edwards & Bro., E. P. Grimee (depot). 

Fruit and Confectionery'^. P. Hussey, George B. Itooerts, Mn. 
N. M. Lowney. 

Furniture, ete*—T>. B. Johnson. 

G-roceriea—C, E. Prescott. S. W. Collins & Son, O. "W. GARDNER A 
CO., H. G. HAY DEN & CO. (see adn. opp. page 262), Samael Teagne, N. 
W. Johnson, C. A. Collins, Hanson & Piitz. 

Mardware—Vi. C. Spaulding, DafTfr Small. 

Ice and Coal—'E. J. Fenderson. 

J'eweiry—K. E. Jones, Samuel Brown, Charles S. Taylor. 

Markets— B., G. HAYDEN & CO. (see advt. opp. p. 262), C. E. Presooti. 

MUlinery—R. A. Bartlett, Mrs. A. L. Ireland. 

Mith—Jy. M. Harris. 

Musical Instruments and Musie—8. Li. White. 

News Dealers— Miss L. F. Runnalls, Mrs. L. M. Lowney, H. E. Jones. 

l*rodMcc— Chas. Kimball & Co., Irrlng & Ricker, Wm. Swett & Co., 
E. P. Grimes, Eli Jepson & Co., UUrich h Ireland, M. Hicks. 

Fumps—W. C. Spaulding. 

Sewing Machines- John Gammon. 

8eedsn%en—G. W. P. Jerrard, H. S. Hardison. 

Sporting €h>ods—H. E. Jones, S. L. White. 

Stoves and Tinware— W. C. Spaulding, DufTft Small, E. P. Grimet. 

Fariety— Boston 6 and 10 cent store. 

Watches, Clocks and Silverware— ¥i. E. Jones, S. Taylor. 

JfM9umfa€inrers— Blacksmiths— J . H. Glynn, Gerald & Townes, D. 
M. Moody, Robert Wilcox. 

Boots and Stu>es—{c\i%Umi and repair) John Anderson, John P. Obeg. 

Carriages — Moody's Carriage Manu&ctory. 

Cto<Ain£r— Littlefield & Co. 

Carriage Trin^ming—JKm.e» Lafiferty. 

Cheese — H. S. Hardison. 

Doors, Sash, eto.— Ellingwood & Sons. 

I>ressmaking—MTS. H. M. Shaw, Mrs. Arthur Ireland, Miss Amy 
Collins. 

Flour and JTcal— CoDins & Oak. 

Foundries and Machine Shops— J. S. Getchell & Son, H. A. Ed- 
wards & Bro. 

Stnrnesses—OrmKn Oak, J. A. Akerstrom. 

Lumber— B. W. Collins & Son, E. F. Grimes, W. H. Robinson & Co., 
Geo. H. Howe, C. A. Collins, Douglass & Collins, Allen & Co., O. W. 
GARDNER & CO., EUingwood & Sons, Warren Runnels, A. Holmes; O. 
Iverson. 

Masons— A. M. G«rland, W. P. Rubs, C. P. Bnzzell, Qeo. Yonng, Geo. 
Gibson, 

Ointment— E. H. Pusher. 

Fainters—Qr. F. Robinson, S. E.Winberg. 

Picture Frames— E» W. Hall, J. K. Pike. 

Flumber—W. C. Spaulding. 

-Storcfc— Albe Holmes, F. M. York, O. W. Gardner k Co., Caribou 
■' Starch Co. 

Ta</or«— Henry Allen, C. G. Littlefield & Co. 

Well BorinfiF— Spaulding & Hayes. 

Woodwork and J*laninfiF— Elllngwood & Sons, J. K. Pike. 

Tr<M»Ien«— Caribou Woolen Mills, T. T. Crockett fc Son, props. 



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268 ANNUAI« BBOIBTEB. OF MAINE. 

. WfarberB—C. F. Hnsaev, 6. B. Roberts, Stephen McDonald. 

JExpr€»»— Dominion — N. Bartlett, agent. 

W*e»teru WTuiou Vele graph — W. W. Loane» manager. 

Civil MSngineerB—V. Jones, C. E. Oak. 
. MMMurance^C. M. Ronnells (life), M. A. Barrett (life), Freeland Jones 
(fire). 

M'h0i0gramker»—1E. W. HaU, F. L. Smith, Geo. Forter. 
. M'riuier—X. W. HALL (see advt, opp. page 262). 

JBe«# JEsiaie^F. Jones, Fremont Small. 

M9*e»teru fFicket •i€giM.—N. Bartlett, F. K. Holmes, A. L. Whelpley. 

JLtf^ory— Caribou Library Assoc., 700 vols. 

SiaiioM •Mgent—C. F. R. R., A. L. Whelpley. 

M^iwrn Stabt€9—E. G. FarrelL C. C. King, B. J. Smith, 

Boaraing J7om«««— Mrs. A. L. Fenlason, Mrs. Geo. Roberts, Mrs. 
Geo. Robinson. 

Sclboot—High School, W. S. Knowlton, a.m., prin. 
. MteBta$§raMiM—C. J. Tomquist, G. W. Fitzpatrick. 

•#««o'ftM—il/a807is— Caribou, No. 176 1st Thurs.; Gurfield, No. 48, 2d 
Fri., R. A. C. P. q/"/?. -Caribou, No. 138. /. O. O. i?*.— Aroostook Val- 
ley, No. 88, Mon. /. O. G.r.— Aurora, No. 288, Thurs. K. of P.—L/yw 
don, No. 46, Wed. N. E. O. P. Q. A. /?.— Ansel G. Taylor Fost. 
. Motel— Vaughan House, B. J. Smith. 

Banks and JfempspapersSee table. 

Thirty-seven miles N. of Houlton. Terminus of stage route from Fresque 
Isle. Formerly Fremont Flantation. Incorp. Feb. 24, 1864. Fopulation 
—1850, 188; 1860, 320: 1870, 522; 1880, 885; 1890, 978. Valuation, 1870— 
Foils, 106; Estates, $69,879; 1880— Foils, 181; Estates, $88,484 ; 1890— FoUs, 

226; Estates, $208, 765. 

FostmaBterB—S. G. Wheeler ; Sprague's Mills, E. W. Sprague. 
. Seleeimeu— Albert Whitcomb, C. N. DeLaite; Sprague's Mills, V. E. 
Thompson. 

Vown Clerk— ¥. L. Spear. 

Vrea»nrer—C. W. Spear. 

Collector— John F. Hoyt. 

Constables— John F. lioyt; D. Stanchfleld. 

School Snpervisor—M.. L. DeWitt. 

Board or Mealth—D. Stanchfleld, W. H. Rackliff, JohnDilling. 

Clerg^men-^. G. Wheeler, 2d ch., Christian; vacant, Free Bap.; 
JSprague*s Mills, L. D. Withee, Meth. 

Physicians— D. G. Luce, John Dilling. 

•#«r«f<re«— Albert Whit<jomb, Mar. 16, 1888; E. W. Sprague, May 15, 
1888; Fhihinder F, Burns, Feb. 11, 1890; Oitorttwi ; MelviUe L. Dewitt, 
Aug. 6, 1884, Trial, * 

. Jmerckants—Q. G. Wheeler, general stores; Sprague' s Mills, J. Saw- 
yer, general stores; F. L. Spear & Co., groceries, boots and shoes; Ruth A. 
. Kneeland, millinery and fancy goods ; E. W. Sprague, confectionery and 
stationery. 

Jffannfactnrers—SpragHe's Mills, Jos. Lee, lumber; T. H. Fhair 
(Fresque Isle F. O.), starch factory and lumber; C. A. McNaughton, W. 
H. Cook, smiths; F. E. French, shingles; M. L. DeWitt, F. O. Ball, 
carriages. 
: Migh School— Sprague* 8 Mills, J. W. Owen, prin. 

*mssoHns—P. of A:— Easton, No. 159, 1st and 2d Fri. ; 7. O. O. T.— 
Easton Center, No. 202: /. 0. 0. i?*.— Ridgely, No. 108, Wed.; Sprague*s 
Mills, G. A. /?.— Ruel Annas Fost, No. 104, 1st and 8d Sat. U. O, G, C— 
Alternate Mon. 

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FORT fa.trfjje:j^j>. 

Forty-six miles N. of Houlton, by stage route. On New Brunswick Rail- 
way. Terminos of stage routes to Andover, N. B., Blaine, Van Boren* 
ftnd Cariboo. Formed of Letter D and Plymouth Grant. Named fh)m 
the fbrt, which was named fbr Got. Fairfield. First settled by people 
ftom the ProTinces. 1816. Incorporated March 11. 1858. Population— 
1830. 401: 1800. 901; 1870. 1898; 1990. 2807; 1890. 3526. Valuation. 1860— 
PoUs. 167: Estates, $76,975; 1870— Polls. 360; Estates. $276,800; 1880 
—Polls, 582; Estates, $468,471 ; 1890— Polls, 747; Estates, $893,598. 

- JP00immMier9—A. C. Gary; Maple Grove, B. R. Rollin; liobie, DaTid 
G. Vamey. 

gfeteeimtem—R, L. Baker, G. E. Hoit, S. W. Ames. 

VmmfM C'ierk— John B. Trafton. 

Vremntrer—J. F. Hacker. 

ConsimbieB—W. H. Bstabrook, M. C. Pond, E. J. Dorsey, F. "W. Oi* 
borne, A. W. Putnam, C. P. Rollins, G. F. Huntress, I. A. Bridges. 

Seh—i SMj»rrr<««r— H. W. Trafton. 

Mmmrd o/* MemiiM—A. C. Gary. 

W^iiktge C^ramrmiim^—F, A. Thnrloueh, R. H. Perkins, F. W. 0»« 
borne, Asftesors ; E. E. Scates. Clerk ; H. G. Perry, Treasurer, 

JPire Mfemwriameni—^. E. Jewett, Cki^ Engineer, 

'WVimier Wfimrkm amd MSSecirie li^^Af- Frontier Water and Electric 
Ught Go., N. Fessenden, ures., J. F. Hacker, treas. 

CterMWmem—lj. M. VVUkins, EpU.; E. Knight, G. B. Hescook, Omg.; 
racant, Bap.; A. E. Luce, Meth.: O. W. Britlges, J. A. Bryant, Thos. 
Kenney. F. Bap. ; fVm. P Vamey, Friends ; J. J. Fortier. Cath. 

FhwieioBM—B, G. Decker, R. H. Perkins, D. J. Bell, D. J. W. Wiley, 
A. D. Sawyer, All. 

MfemtiBiB—B.. H. Perkins, F. M. Whitehouse. 
' iL«ary«r«— N. Fessenden, J. B. TRAFTON {see adrt. opp. oonrt dir«o* 
tory), M. N. Drew, W. T. Spear, Herbert W. Trafton. 

.^«V#<xry— M. N. Drew, Dec. 27, 1887. 

^M«##rc«— William Small, Jan. 6. 1885; John B. Trafton, June 27. 1884; 
Nicholas Fessenden, Nov. 21, 1885; Elbridge Knight, Mar. 27, 1884; M. N. 
Drew, Aug. 27, 1885; Richard L. Baker, Mar. 15, 1888; W. T. Spear, Aug. 
6, 1884; H. W. Trafton, Nor. 20, 1889. Ouorum: Henry O. Perry, Mar. 18, 
1889; Chas. R. Paul, Feb. 10, 1887, TrUU; W. T. Spear, JJedimus. 

JfierehauiM^Affrimtltural Imnietnents—L. K. GARY & GO. (see 
advt. opp. page 262 >, G. D. Gntts,W. H. Poole (mowing machines). 

^pofAecaries— Scates & Go., Palmer & Holmes. 
• Bark and R, B, Ti«s— Thurlough & Richards. 

"Boohs and Stationery^A. G. Paul, A. F. Goodhue. Scates & Go.» 
Palmer & Holmes. 

BootH and Shoes— A. G. Gary, French Bros., G. E. Bartlett & Go.. J. P. 
Haeker, J. B. WUliams, W. W. Slocomb & Go., W. Small & Go. 

Cattle and «/^€5»— HOPKINS BROS. 

Confectionery f Cigars and Toftaroo— Thurlough & Richards, J. B* 
Bernard, A. P. Welch (also canned goods), H. Knight, G. F. Ross. 

Crockery— ThwTlongh & Richarcfi, A. G. Gary. H. Knight, W. Small & 
Go., L. K. GARY & CO. (see advt. opp. page 202). 

Dwtrs and Windows— Jos. S. Hall, L. K. GARY & CO. (see advt. 
opp, page 262), C. D. Gutts. 

Bry and Fancy Goods—A. C. Gary (also hats and caps), French 
Bros.. J. F. Hacker, G. E. Bartlett & Co., W. Sm&ll & Co. 

Furniture— y( . Small & Go. (also carpets, drugs and medicines), D. 
A.Hewett. 

Clothing and Furnishing Goods— J. B. Williams, W. Small & Go.» 
W. W. Slocomb & Co. 



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270 ANNUAL BBeiSTEB OF HAINB. 

Groceries and Provisions — G. W. Parks, Thurlough & Richards 
(also produce), A. C. Cary. W. Small & Co., H. Knlpht, H. N. Goodhue, 
F. O Wellington, Hopkins Bros., J. F. Hacker, C. F. Ross. 

Hardware, Paints and Oils—C. D. Cutts, Jos. S. Hall, L. K. CARY 
& CO. (see advt. opp. page 262). 

Harnesses, Trunks and Saddlery Hardware — S. F. Lord, J. H. 
"Watt, G. M. CfhurchUl. 

Hides and Pelts— Q. W. Parks, Hopkins Bros. 

Jce—G. W. Parks. 

tfewelry, ete,—JL. F. Goodhae, A. C. Paul. 

JAme and Cement— W, C. Burpee. 

Xfumbertnen's Supplies— A, B. DEARBORN (also produce commis- 
sion agent). 

Markets— KOFKISS BROS., G. W. Parks (also fresh and salt fish), 
Fond & Rollins. 

Millineruand Fancy Ooo<i4— Misses C. T. & M. A. Roulston, French 
Bros., A. C. rani (foncy goods only). 

Optieian^lA. M. Goodhue (eye specialist). 

Paper Hangings— Vf. Small & Co., A. F. Goodhue, A. C. Paul. 

Potato Shippers— DviYi^ Gray for C. Kimball, Boston; W. VL Cay- 
ting for L. S. Kimball & Co., Boston; Richard Phillips for T.P. Blake, 
Charleston, Mass.: James Dorsey for McKeever & Hall, Boston; George^ 
Norris for H. C. Murch & Co., Boston; C. W. Kimball for Wm. S. Sweet 
h Son, Providence, R. I.; A. B. DEARBORN, Thos. A. Fisher, John Os- 
bom, Geo. L. Fosi>, Thurlough & Richards, H. Knight, O. F. Tyler. 

Pumps and Windmills— C. D. Cutts. 

Saws—W. A. Haines (Flint Rotaries). 

Sporting and Pancy Goods— JL. F. €k>odhue. 

Stoves and Tinware— S. £. Jewett, C. D. Cutts, L. K. CARY & 
CO. (see advt. opp. paee 262). 

W'ttches—O. A. Johnson. 

AMaHufmeturers— Barrels— ^. N. Sukeforth, J. B. Robbins, Silas 
Daggett, M. Munson. 

Bookbinder— K. M. ORRISS (see advt. opp. page 262). 

Boots and Shoes— Y*. Francis. 

Butter— I. O. Winriow. 

Carding iir{2{— Magill Bros. 

Carpenters— J . C. Rackliflfe, F. C. Bolster, H. B. Beairsto, J. C. Beok- 
with. 

Carriages— Y, C. Bolster, J. S. Averill, H. B. Beairsto, H. W. Ebbett, 
Geo. L. Smith, W. M. Beckwith, S. D. Beckwith. 

Cheese— A. L. Haines. 

Coffins and Caskets— 3. C. RacklifRs (also fhmiture repairer), A. M. 
Barle, l>. A. Hewett. 

GHst Mills— W. A. Haines, Magill Bros., Alfred Hockenhull. 

€tunsmitK-l. W. Goodhue. 

Harnesses-^. F. Lord, J. H. Watt, G. M. Churchill. 

tTewelers and Watchn^akers-A. F. Goodhue, I. W. Goodhue, O. A. 
Johnson. 

JA>ng Zuniber—M. Munson, W. A. Haines (also laths), Lnther BryanI 
(also short), A. B. Dearborn (also bark), H. Stevens k Co., Howe & Thom- 
as (Caribou P. O,). 
. Machinist and Boiler Maker— J. B. Grey. 

Painting— F. C. Bolster (carriage), Van Knowles, B. T. Durgin, A. Law 
(carriage). 

Plaster— W. A. Hainfes, Magill Bros. 

Plumbing and Piping— C. D. Cutt«, S. E. Jewett. 

Shingles t Staves and Heading— J. B. Robbins, J. S. k W. H. Smith, 
L. Bryant, H. Stevens & Co., M. Munson, Amasa Howe, C. W. Trafton. 



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ABOOSTOOK COUNTY. 271 

Shoddv—Aiwjgtook. YaUey Shoddy Co., Magill Bros. & J. B. WUliams, 
proprietors. 

Sntiths—Ptdmer & Rollins. Win. Carroll, J. B. Grev, Rollins & Dow, 
J. Petersen, C. Bartlett (also mnfr. of cranks, axles, pitchforks, blocks, etc). 

Starch—^. & B. Gathercole, B. Hlbbard & Co. 

Tailo«^Thos. Winter. 

Wagon Brakes— K. B. Beairsto, H. J. Palmer. 

Wood Workers— MMgill Bros. 

Barbers— A. P. Welch, Geo. A. Upton. 

#iMMr«Mcc— Henry O. Perry, H. W. Perry. 

Job nristUr—n. M. ORRISS (see advt. opp.jMge 262). 

JLimerff 8iabies—F. W. Burns, E. J. I>or8ey, M. F. Doney^ J- B- WU- 
Hams, James H. Brrin. 

Fkmiograpker-J. H. WALLACE. 

JBxpress—J>(yminu>iK, W. C. Burpee, agent. 

Mtestmmramis—D. A. Uewett, Cf. F. Ross. 

WtiMk Sek00i—W. L. Powers, principaL 

BM— Memorial^ J. F. Hacker, proprietor. 

Stmiiou Aiffemi—C. P. R. R., J. L. Spear. 

Vickei ^ifemi—G. T. /?., W. C. Burpee. 

lW«#«rM WTmiom Veieggrajsk—Ot. Harrington, agent. 

•#M»>#N#—Afa«(m«— Eastern Frontier, No. 12, Wed. on or before full 
moon. /. O. O. i?*.— Pioneer. No. 77, Tues. ; Northern Light Enc, No. 42, 
1st and 3d Thurs.; Canton Wabasso, No. 22, P. M., 2d Thurs. P,(\fH.^ 
Fort Fairfield.No. 262, 1st and 3d Sat. G. A. /2.— Post Kilpatrick, Ist and 
Sd Thurs., No. 61. W. C. T. ff.— Thurs. N. P. IT. C. T. if.— Tues. 

Boieis-COLLINS HOUSE, M. £. COLLINS (see advt. opp. page 
262), Ervin House, James H. Ervin. 

JVetffsjHtper—See table. 



FORT BLENT. 

One hundred and twenty-six miles N. N. W. of Houlton ria Caribou and 

Van Buren. Terminus of stage-lines to St. Francis. Settled by Acadian 

French refugees and others. Named fh>m the fort erected in 1841, which 

was named for Gov. Kent. Incorporated Feb. 23, 1869, and embraces all 

of 18, R. 7, and most of 18 R. 6. Population— 1870. 1034; 1880, 1512; 

1890, 1826. Valuation, 1870— Polls, 172; Estates, $65,857; 1880— Polls, 

248; Estates, $72,666; 1890-Polls, 252; Estates, $138,183. 

M'ost mtmsier— Kenry Nadeau. 

ifeieeitmen—K. W. Nadeau, DosUbe Dalgle, Aldme D^gle. 

VowM Cierk—AA& M. Pinkham. 

Vreasmre r John A. Nadeau. 

€loHsiakt€ and Coiiector-Bdward Guy jr. 

Sekoot Committee— a.. W. Nadeau, Vetal Cyr, Frank W. Mallett. 

.CterMwmem—M, R. Keep (Ashland), Omy. ; F. X. Borgue, Cath. 

FkmJMaH~F.Q,SiioU 

JVotarp-A. G. Fenlason, Jan. 16, 1889. 

^«M«cetf— William Dickey, Mar. 9, 1887; A. G. Fenlason, Oct. 5, 1884, 
Qnorttm: J. A. Nadeau, Jan. 26, 1886, Trial. 

Mjawffers—A. G. Fenlason, F. W. Beesan. 

jmerekauts—L H. Page, Geo. Eaton, W. h. Cunliff, Nadeaa & Mich- 
jkud, gen'l stores; Anderson k Anderson, harnesses; Silas Niles, fbmiture. 

JtMauufactHrers—VrnVhsan. & Sears, lumber, grist-mill and carding 
mill ; L. & A. Daigle, grist-mill ; Nadeau <& Micbaud, starch ; Anderson & 
Anderson, harnesses. 

i9r*««l— Madawaska Training School, Vetal Cyr, prin. 

Motets— EagU Hotel, Samuel Stevens; Fort Kent House, M. Therriault. 

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^ ANNUAL BEGISTBB OF MAINS. 



Oue hundred and ten miles N. N. W. of Hoolton. On stage-IiDe from Yam 
Buren to Ft. Kent. Formerly Plantation of Dionne, named for Father Di- 
onne who built the first Catholic church, St. Luce. Incorporated Feb. 
28, 1869, under name of Dickeyriite, in honor of Hon. Wm. Dickey, of 
Fort Kent. Name changed Jan. 26, 1871, on account of nationality of its 
settlers. Population, 1870. 18^1; 1880, 2288; 1890, 2560. Yaluatkm. 1870 
—Polls, 274; Estates. $80,600^ ISSO-Polls, 876; Estates, ^107,758; 1890— 
Polls, 539 ; Estates, $188,303. 

' ' J"Mr«Ma«#««^£^th < )uel)ette. 

Seteeiime»»—E. R. Michand, A. B. Dai|^Ie, Simon Ohamberlang. 

2*«arM CterM—E^ R. Miohand. 

Vreammrer'—Iar&eii Ouellette. 

C7Wlee#or— Octave Rasignalle. 

Com»iabte»—A.. B. Daigle, Vital Onelette, J. Banebard. 

Scho0i Cemtmiiiee—JAehiho. Bauchard, A. B. Daigle, H. W. ILe- 
Tesoue. 

CVer^jfMMiM— Charles Sweron, Cath. 

Moaramr MWemfih—K. W. Lerecque, A. B. Daigle, J. Bauchard. 
> Jitstiee—moi R. Michaud, Not. 21, 1884, THcU. 

Jnerehami9—M. A. Gagnon, Henrv W. JjCTesqae, Antoine Ga^on» 
Antoine Daigle, Israel Ouellette, Michel Michaud, general stores. 
' ^Rf«Mif/29ir#Mrer«— Edward Guy, cloth-dressing; Regis Daigle, Gr6«* 
roire Gagnon, grist-mills; Israel Ouellette & Co., M. M. Gagnon, A. 
jtauchard, starch ; Charl Barroi>, saw mill. 

MMigh ^*o<il— Established 1868, Susie Toner, principal. 

Ninety mfles N. N. "W. of Houlton. On 8tage>Iine ft-om Van Buren to Fort 

Kent. Settled by Acadian French. Incorporated March 2, 1869, and 
' named ttona. island in St. John River. Papulation— 1860, 646: 1870, 689;' 

1880.847; 1890.964. Valuation, 1870-PoIls, 113; Estates, $40,866; 1880 

—Polls, 160; Estates, $80,014; 1890-Polls^ 164 ; Estates, $162,708. 

M*09iiMa»ier—Feiix R. Morneault, Lower, Vitaline Therriault. 

Helecimmeu — Lower, F. R. Morneault, Alexis Parent, Ubalde Ther- 
Hanlt. 

flPotTM Clerk— Lower, Firmin Cyr. 

9Ve«MMrer— Charles Morneault. 

Voaeet&r^Lawer, Ulbalde Thenianlt. 

CoHttaMc — Zephi^in Madure. 

SchootCommitiee— Lower, Arthur Cyr, J. B. Ricker, Denis Cyr. 

JBoardafMeaiih—Lanis Cormier. UbaldeTherriault, Jos. Dumont. 

dergfftmmn—J&9iXi B. Richer, C<xth,. 

JnBileem— Firmin Cyr,Ang. 30, 1889, Quorum; Louis Cormier, May 20, 
J886. Trial. 

•lf«i*rikaj«##—Chas. Morneault; Xotrer, Remi Plonrde jr., F. R. Mor- 
Dto»ault, Alexis Levasseur, Deuis Th«*riault, general stores. 

JfgaHHrmciHrerM—ChM, Morneault; Lower, A. Holmes, starch and 
shingles; Rem! Plourde, shingles. 

MMmiei—LotPtr, Denis Thermult. 

Post-office twenty-four miles S. W. of Houlton, on line of old ** Military 

Road." Terminus of stage route ft*om Kingman on Maine Central Rall- 

- road. Formed fh>m Haynesville Plantation (No. 2, R. 2), Leavitt Plan- 



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ABOOSTOOK C?OTTNTT. ^8 

tation (No. 3, R. 2), and Greenwood Plantation (west half of No. 9). 
Incorporated, 1876. Leavitt Plantation set off again. 1877. Population, 
1880, 224; 1890, 280. Valuation, 188a-Polb, 61; States, f42,456. ; 1890— 
Polls, 76; Estates, $68,684. 

. iPtftffMMMfer— J. H. Brown. 

Seieeitmeu—K. H. Brown, O. F. Collier, B. S. Rollina. 
. Vmmn VIerh mud rremsmrer—John H. Brown. 

CmUeci9r-^. C. Patchell. 

€*m$0imMea-J. C. PatoheU, J. H. Brown. 

Seh—i C^mmiiiee— Walter H. Bedell, A. O. Chambers, O. F. Collier. 

Moard •/* Memiiik^-S. C. Cumminffs. nec^ J. C. Patchell. 

•^•o#«rj(r— Shephard C. Cumminirs, July 29, 1890. 

jr«M##ce-^iraon Irish, March 6. 1884, Quorum. 

CSergpMutm—ytUMXit, F. Bap. 

jmerci^utB-^X. G. Chambers, E. E. Gilpatrick, general stores; Q. 
W. Parent, groceries. 

JWmHMracinr^r»—J. C. Patchell, long and short lumber; S. Irish, 
•mith. * 

Moiei-U L. Wiers. 

Twenty-five milen west ttom Houlton. Originally No. 6, R. 6. Organized 
as Dayton Plantation. Incorporated under its present name, Jan. 26, 
1878. Population— 1870, 107; 1880, 169; 1890, 151. Valuation, 1870— Polls, 
26: Estates, $24^98; 1880— Polls, 26; Estates, $26,496; 1890— Polls, 42; Es- 
tates. $63,788, 

M^matmasier—E. E. Morse. 

»eieciamem—B. E Morse, S. Bates (More P. 0.)» L. M. Davis. 
2*MrM Clerft- E. E. Morse. 
Trem»Mrer—Wm. H. Bates (More P. O.) 
€Jou9imhte and CmUeetof—Wm. H. Bates (Moro P. O.) 
Mmmrd •r MMemtih-E. E. Morse, L. M. Davis, J. P. Crommett. 
^er^mrMMiM- Supplies^ Meth. 
JPh^gieimH^-B. C. Woodbury, E. F. Bigelow. 
XMSjryer-B. L. Smith. 
Jt9siiee—E. E. Morse, Nov. 21, 1890, Trial. 
iWerrikaMf- William Bnge. 

JfMaunfmeimrerB—L. B. Huston, carpenter and carriages; Byron Fin- 
son, smith. 

HOX^OX^OIX. 

Five miles S. of Houlton, on stage line to Danforth on Me. Cent. Railroad. 

Formed from Groton and Westfleld Academy Grants ; named from orig- 
inal proprietor. Incorporated Feb. 11, 1832. Population— 1860,862; 1860. 

963; 1870, 989; 1880, 1080; 1890, 1113. Valuation,1860— Polls, 202; Es- 

tates, $118,467; 1870— Polls, 220 ; Estates, $197,882; 188a-Poll8, 246; Es- 

tates, $173,627; 1890— Polls, 296 ; Estates, $259,969. 

FoBimaaier—Mary K. Pasoett. 

aeteeimeH—Jo\\\t. B. Smith, Cyrus W. Benn. Wm. J. Moore. 

V^Mfu CUrk mud Treagnrer—John C. Ingraham. 

C»i!lcr/«r— George Cottlo. 

C»n»iabi€B~Vf ru. Haskell, G. S. Daggett, C. W. Benn, W. Weston. 

Smh00l St§fH;nfiBor—GeoTgQ Cottle. 

Maard or Bemfth^J. V. Tabor, Moses Benn. 

eier;y8fjis€J«— Ephrahn K. Drew, Bap.; J.E. GosUne, F. Bap.,' M. W. 
Newbert, Meth. » .f •» . 



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S74 A-TsrsruAL bbgibteb of mains. 

PAgrHetoMtf-J. S. White, J. V, Tabor, All. 
^ ^MsiieeB—S, H. Berry, March 6, 1889, Quorum: John C. Inirraham, 
M^27. 1885, THaZ. 

Jmerchkmlg—GWmtin F. Jewett, J. Perrigo, Vail & Green, Adams & 
Adamtt, general stores. 

J9faH99faeiHrer»—A. S. Hutchinson, Sharp fc Ketehnm. shingles and 
lumber; Gilman Jewett, grist and saw mill ; Cnas. R. Bassett, wool dress- 
ing, kc, Chas. A. McDonald, W. £. Qwow, Chas. Nic&erson, S. W. 
Gerow, smiths. 

^»B0*itu—l. O. a, r.— Friday. G. A. /?.— Frank Hunter Post, Sat. 



H0XJIL.T03N'. 

Shire town of Aroostook County. Two hundred and fifty miles from Port- 
land, via old " Military Road '^ftrom Bangor. Terminus of Branch of New 
Brunswick Railway from St. Stephen, N. B. (Calais), and St. John, con- 
necting at McAdam Junction with Maine Central Railroad from Ban- 
5 or and Portland, and at Debec Junction for the " Upper Aroostook.** 
lUo, terminus of stage-routes to Woodstock, N. B , Cfaribou, Presque 
Isle, Fort Fairfield, Linneus, New Limerick, Danforth, and Patten. In- 
corporated March 8, 1831, taking its name ft'om one of its settlers. Pop- 
ulation— 1850, 1463; 1860, 2035; 1870, 2850; 1880, 8228; 1890, 4015. Valu- 
ation, 1860-Polls, 860; Estates, $240,000; 1870— Polls, 467; Estates, 
$681,646; 1880-PollSi 686; Estates, $726,469; 1890-Poll8, 997; Estates. 
$1,688,460. 

Po«#jiMi«#««*— Eben Woodbury. 

8eie€imeH—M.ichsie\ M Clark, Mellen D. Putnam, Benj. B. Feeley. 

WowH ClerJk-Michael M. Clark. 

Vowm •fj^eitf— Frederick A. Powers. 

Vreaa Hr er—A\mon H. Fogg. 

Olleclor— William A. Kay. 

•f«Mfl<«r— George A. Gorham. 

Schmoi Snperritar -Harry L. Putnam. 

Bmmrig •/* JTeatih—fleo. Cary, Chas. E. Williams, Lewis B. Johnson. 

CoiuiabUg mud J»oHc«— William A. Kay. Henry Gillln. 

Street CommUtimuer— Alvarez G. Putnam. 

Vrnami OiWc^r^Jaiues DuflV. 

Wire MfemaritmemS—SAUiVkel C. Webber, Chief Engineer, 

W9^tier lV^rJk«— Jas. BYank Holland, supt. 

Setverage S^gtetm—J&s. Frank Holland, supt. 

Bleeirie tJiffM»—Hou.Uon Electric Co., Walter Mansur, agent; /n- 
eandescent, E. Merritt & Sons. 

Cler«'»iit«M— N. T. Dutton, Bap.; O. K. Crosby, Unit.; H. E. Fro- 
hock, MdOi.; J. E. Gosline, F, Bap.; D. V. Gwilym, Epis.,- Wm. I. Cole, 
Cong. ; Wm. Lonergau, Cath. ; Kenneth McKay, Pres. 

MMeHiiBtg—F. F. Innis, U. V. Withee, H. M. Cochran, Moors Powers. 

JPhifBieiauM—C. E. Williams (U. S. examining surgeon); Geo. Ciuy 
(U. S. examining surgeon); Harry L. Putnam, M. O'Halloran, F. A. 
Nevers. Sam'l Hanson, Bei^.Bussey jr.. All. 

JLaar yer«— Madigan & Madigan. Powers & Powers, L. S. Strickland, 
John P. Donworth, JAMES FRANK HOLLAND (see advt. opp. Court 
Directory), Charles Carroll, Ransom Norton, Wm. M. Robinson, Wilson 
& Lumbert, Beuj. L. Staples, Hersev & Shaw, James Mulholland, James 
Archibald, Harry M. Briggs, James K. Plummer, Powers & Putnam. 

JTotarieg—Jsa. Frank Holland, Jan. 30. 1889; John H. Bradford. Nov. 
24, 1886; John C. Mclntyre, Feb. 14, 1»88; F. A. Powers, Mar. 6, 1890; Jas. 
Archibald, Feb. 16, 1887; Ira G. Hersey, Dee. 26, 1888; Don A. H. Powers, 
July 2, 1890. 



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ABOOSTOOK OOUNTT. 276 

J'mBiices—JBmeB H. Hackett, Jan. 6, 1885; James F. Holland, Mar. 15, 
1888; T. P. Putnam, Not. 22, 1888; Jas. Mulbolland. Dec. 80, 1887: Chas. E. 
F. Stetson, Jan. 21. 1886; Jas. K. Plummer. May 20, 1886; Albert W. Mad- 
ij?an, February U, 1890; Frank L. Dyer, March 30, 1887; Vlnal B. Wilson, 
Jan. 26, 1886: Wm. Donovan, Mar. 6, 1889; Almon H. Fogg, June 27, 1884; 
Ansel L. Lumbert, April 27* 1887; John C. Mclntyre, Feb. 14, 1888; Ira G. 
Horsey, Feb. 14, 1888; George S. Gentle, Mar. 30, 1887; Jas. L. Doherty, 
Nov. 4, 1890; Albert A. Burleigh, Sept. 20, 1883 ; Harry M. Briggs, Mar. 
6,1885; L. O.Lndwig, May23, 1884; Jas. Archibald, Oct. 18, 1886; R. W. 
dhaw, Feb. 27, 1885; John B. Madigan, June 29, 1886; Don A. H. Powers, 
May 28, 1884; Chas. Carroll, July 19, 1888; Jas. H. Kidder, Dec. 13, 1888; 
L. S. Strickland, June 11,1889; Chas. F. Weed, Dec. 26, 1886; Beecher 
Putnam, December 19. 1890, Quorum: Jas. Archibald, Nov. 22, 1888; H. 
M. Briggs, Sept. 27. 1880; Chas. F. Weed, Jan. 16, 1889, Trial: Jas. Frank 
Holland, L. B. Johnson. Dedimus, 

B oard •/* XV^ie— Chas. P. Tenncy, pres., Wm. J. Betts, sec. 

mtterchatUB—Affrieultural Implefnent/t^A. H. FOGG & CO. (see 
advt. opp. page 271), John Watson, WALDO G. BROWN (see advt. opp. 
page 263). 

Apothecaries— Ose^r F. French, Henry J. Hatheway, Wm. S. Perks. 

Books and Stationery— iMm k Pearce, O. M. Smith, FRANK L. 
COOK. 

Boots and Shoes— B.. T. Frisbie, Fred Verplast, Jos. H. Wlngate, 
Chas. P. Tenney, W. A. Nlckerson, Lane k Pearce, Frank W. Titcomb, 
H. N. Whitehead, Oscar Newhouse, The Boston Shoe Co. 

Carpets— I. M. Hill & Co., H. T. Friabie. 

Carriages and Harnesses— Jefl. Bradbury, Lionel T. Clough, John 
Watson. 

Cattle and Stieep—John S. Weiler. 

Clothing, FurnCthina Goods, Boots and Shoes — Morris Sohmuck- 
ler, S. Friedman & Co., W. Fox & Sons, Fred Verplast. 

Coal— John Watson, Walter A. Nlckerson, WALDO G. BROWN (see 
advt. opp. iMkge 263). 

Country ProdMcc— Chas. Kimball & Co., L. S. Kimball & Co., Gillin 
Bros., £. L. Cleveland Arthur G. Rich, agent. E. Merritt & Sons, Al- 
bert B. Page, Edwin D. Brannen, Wm. Dobson, H. C. Bradbury, S. B. 
Foster, Hemore & Barker, Smith & Van Allen, Moses Bonn & Sons. 

CroekeryandOlassware—E. Merritt k, Sons, Gillin Bros., Fred F. 
Frisbie, F. W. ntcomb. 

I>ry Goods and Variety— B. T. Frisbie, Chas. P. Tenney, J. A. 
Browtie, Walter A. Nlckerson, Frank W. Titcomb, G. W. Richards & Co., 
Lane & Pearce, Oscar Newhouse. 

B'ertilixers— John Watson, WALDO G. BROWN (see advt. opp. page 
263). A. H. Fogg & Co., Hiram Smith & Co. . »-» 

Flour and i'eed — Hiram Smith & Co. 

Fruit, Confectionery and bating Houses— B. O. Hatheway, W. 
J. Tibadeau, Wm.Waugh, J. E. Burnham, O. B. Buzzell, £. C. Monahan, 
Silas Estey, GUlen Bros., JOHN A. MILLAR (see advt. opp. page 263), 
(Iriiit and confectionery only). 

Furniture— I. M. Hill & Co.. S. H. Powers. 

-Fi«r»— H. T. Frisbie, C. H. Wilson, Oscar Newhouse. 

GroceHes—A. H. FOGG k CO. (see advt. opp. page 263), JOHN A. 
.-,., . ._. ..... ^, £ ^a .. „ ^ _ 



MILLAR(8eeadvt.opp.page 263), Gillin Bros., E. Woodbury & Co., T. 
M. & J. Bradbury, E. Merritt &Sons, Laurel Monson k Son, C. H. Wil- 
son, I. W. Gould, J. C. Harrigan, Fred F. Frisbie, Frank W. Titcomb, 
John Watson (wholesale), H. Smith & Co., Mouahan Bros., Oscar New- 
house, W. G. Somerville, H. C. Bradbury. 

Hardware— ALMON H. FOGG (see advt. opp. page 263), John Watson. 
WALDO G. BROWN (see advt. opp. page 263). 



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Sides and Wool— Mrs. M. Gray, A. LoYejoy 2d, Smith Bros. 

Jewelry, etc— J. K. Osgood, E. B. White, O. M. Smith. 

Zumher—QriMVo. Bros, (short), F. W. Stimson, E. Merritt & Sons, B. 
Woodbury & Co. 

Marhets—'E^. Merritt & Sons, L. Monson & Son, Gillin Bros., W. G. 
Soraerville, J. C. Harrij^an, Bf onahan Bros. 

Millinery and Fancy Goods— yL\9» Mary A. Ryan, Slipp & Sincock, 
Miss A. G. Benson, Mrs. A. J. Vamey. 

Musical Instruments and Jiru«<c— Holland fc Co., O. M. Smith* 
Lane & Pearce, F. L. COOK, The A. H. Raymond Co., J. K. Osprood. 

Notions— li. C. Bryant, The A. H. Raymond Co., Newell Whitmore. 

Nurseryman— "R. W. Merritt. 

Opticians— J. K. Osgood, F. F. Inniss. 

Plumhers—Johxk Watson, WALDO G. BROWN (see advt. opp. paee 
263), Smith Bros. 

/*Mm»«— WALDO G. BROWN (also wind mills), (see advt. opp. pag« 
263), John Watson. 

Sewing Machines— TioWt^nd & Co., Singer Mnfg. Co., Nathan Yeat- 
on, agent, C. F. Rose, I. M. Hill & Co. 

Spotting Goods-O. M. Smith, E. B. White, WALDO G. BROWN 
see advt. opp. page 263), J. K. Osgood, John Watson, A. H. FOGG k OO. 
(see opp. page 263). 

Stoves and Tintvare—Mn. M. Gray, A. Lovejoy 2d. Smith Bros. 

WateheSf Clocks and Silverware— John Watson, Jas. K. Osgood » 
E. B. White, WALDO G. BROWN (see advt. opp. page 268). 

JViauHfaeiHrers-Bahers—LsLVLrel Monson & Son. 

Bark Extract ITorlw— Davis & Walton, A. J. Martin, a^ent. 

Blacksmiths— J . Smith, A. P. M. Taber, Moses Kinney, S. W. Taber, 
G. Whenman, R. Dilling, John J. McGurgin, W. W. McDonald, John 
Buchanan, Samuel E. Baker, Robert Gilbert, F. Monahan. 

Book Binder— W, H. Smith. 

Boots and Shoes, Custom and Bepairs—T. W. Ebbett, T. M. 
Brewster. 

Brick — Isaac Berry & Co., Donovan Bros. 

Carpenters— I9&&C H. Davis, Finley McDonald. John G. Chadwick, C. 
A. Swett, J. F. Blair, G. H. Wiggin, E. Bumpus, Delancy Mcllroy, A. 8. 
Collins, Chas. A.Moore, Thos. Fmit, Thos. Young, L. H. Lurvey. 

CarriiMifes— John Watson, S. W. Taber, O. M. Foster, H. O. Berry, J, 
Smith (repairs). 

Carriage Trimmers— Qeorge M. Taber, J. H. Sinclair. 

Ciflrar*— Warren Skillings. 

Clothing— C. Fred Ross (custom and ready made). 

Cheese /''acto^^/— Gillin Bros. 

Coffins and Ctiskets—l. M. Hill & Co., Samuel H. Powers. 

Co nfectionerff— JOHN A. MILLAR (see advt. opp. page 268). 

Doors, Sash, e«c.— M. M. Koaton. 

Bressmakitig— Mies Lizzie E^>tabrooks, Mrs. Kate Collins, Miss B. 
Sutherland, Mrs. H. F. Glidden, Slipp & Sincock Mrs. Goldsmith. 

Flour and Meal-T&ge. & Madigan, £. Merritt & Sons, H. Smith & Co. 

JSlectricians—Champlin & Young. 

Foundry and Machine Shop— IRrown & Mansur. 

Mair Work—X. H. Raymond; 

Harnesses— J. J. Royal, J. H. Sinclair, James Cogan, Dennis Sheehan. 

Jewelers— R. B. White, J. K. Osgood, C. H. Fowler. 

Jjaufidrles M. L. Hutchinson (also Dye Hout^e), H. F. Chadwick. 

Lumber— H. C. Bradbury, Morrill Mansur, S. H. Sincock jr., F. W. 
Titcomb, Geo. L. Hammond. 

Marble Worker— H. F. Collins. 

Masons— J. A. Collins, J. Riely, E. Nevens, R. Currie, T. Crane, 
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JPain^r9—F. H. Anderson (sign and ornamental), T. H. Flower*, D. 
Lougee, John A. Young, Jas. H. Vincent, H. O. Berry (carriage), John 
Watson (carriage and si^). 

J*a««e*n» Maker— Geo. H. Wiggins. 

JPf^otoffraphers— John BrysonTThos. S. Estabrooke. 

JPieture J>Vomc«— Samuel H. Powers, FRANK L. COOK. 

Piaster Milla—TsLge & Madigan, E. Merritt & Sons. 

l*ri»«er»~THEODORE GARY, WM. 8. GILMAN k SON, W. H. 
Smith. 

Sla'ughtering ITorfctf— New England Dreesed Meat and Wool Co., A. 
A. Mowry, agt. 

Starch JFaetorie9—'K. M. Mansnr k Sons, John Watson, WALDO G. 
RBOWN (see advt. opp. page 263), Morton k Bradbury, factory in Cary). 

TaUor9—Jo\m Boyle, Thomas Kennedy, C. F. Rons. 

Well JJorinj^— John Watson, WALDO G. BROWN (see advt. opp. 



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Voodl Work and Planing— Jn,me» R. Lowe. M. M. Keaton. 

TTooIeiM— Houlton Woolen Mill, W. H. H. Esty, proprietor. 

Wool MaUf—M. L. Hutchinson. 

^rchiieet—J. G. Chadwick. 

Barbers— S. D. Amazeen, £. B. Comelison, Lewis Dalton, J. R.Yamey* 
A. A. Talbot. 

Mxifre»8 •Mgeuia—Americani John C. Mclntyre ; DonUnUmi W. D. 
Buzzell. 

JH^MJfeer— John H. Bradford. 

lW«f eris WTmimm Velegrapb Co.— Miss Jennie Wetmore, manager. 

Citfil Bmgimeer mmd SMrrepmr—ChM. E. F. Stetson. 

Worse Jfemiigt—A. P. M. Taber. 

MH99§mi$ee •^geutg—Chaa, E. F. Stetson, Hersey k Shaw, John H. 
Bradford, Wm.C.I>onnelI, Jas. Frank Holland, Geo. S. Gentle, Leland O. 
Lndwig. 

XeaW Xgimie •^geuig-^AISES FRANK HOLLAND (see advt. opp. 
Court directory), Hersey k Shaw, James Archibald, Geo. S. (lentle. 

n^gtern Viekei J^ggemt—E. J. Hilyard, John C. Mclntyre. 

JCr<^r«r#e#— Ricker ClaMical Institute, mo vols.; Circulathig, Lane k 
Fearoe, 300 vols. 

MtifDer^ Siahtet—Renry H. Nadeau, Martin Lawliss, Jeff. Bradbury, L. 
T. Clough, F. L. Dyer. 

Boarding MM0Hse9—M.TS. J. Fowler, Mrs. H. M. Chalmers, Mrs. R. S. 
Tomliiison, Chas. W. Davenport, C. N. Dickinson. 

MMai€»— Opera House, Albion P. Hey wood; Mnsic Hall, H. T. Frlsble. 

Bictter Cia»»icat MuaiiiMie—Arthnr M. Thomas, a.m., principal; 
Chas. S. Estes, a.m., associate principal ; Mrs. C. A. Thomas, preceptress; 
Llewellyn M. Felch, normal dept. ; Mrs. Belle L. Briggs, Miss Alice 
Swift, assistants ; Mrs. E. E. Ludwig, mnsic ; Mrs. Mira Tabor, painting. 

Siai4oM ^greMi—a P. R. R.y E. J. Hilvard. 

•M»»m>iua— Masons— JAormment Lodge, Ko. 96, 2d Wed. in each month; 
Aroostook R.A.C., No. 20, 3d Tues. ; St. Aldemar Com., No. 17, 8d Thurs. /. 
O. O. ^*.— Rockabema, No. 78, Thurs. /. O. G, r.— Houlton, No. 18, Mon- 
day. P. of jy.— Houlton, No. 16. Y. M. C. A. Houlton Brass Band— J, 
Frank Bryson, leader. Robinson* s Orchestra, S. E. Robinson, leader. 

Bmieis—S^ieU House, Jm. Reed Kimball; Hotel Exchange^ WM. D. 
BUZZELL (see advt. opp. page 263); Union House, Chas. U. Sleeper; 
aark's Hotel, Jas. N. Clark. 

Bumhs amd JTiew»jtaper»—SeQ tables. 



X&TaAJ^jy FALLS. O 

Twenty-seven miles S. W. of Houlton, on stage-road to Patten. Terminus 
of stage lines from Kingman and Linneua. Incorporated Feb., 1872. 



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278 ANNUAL REGI8TEB OF MAINS. 

Settled by Levi Sewall and Jesse Craig, from Farmington, in 1848, and 

named from the situation of a small island in the center of the falls o^ 

the west branch of the M attawamkeag river, constituting a very valuable 

water power. Population— 1860, 132; 1870, 183; 1880, 236.; 1890, 228. 

Valuation, 1870— Polls, 68; Estates, $37,904; 1880— Polls, 62; Estates, 

$47,229; 1890— Polls, 61 ; Estates, $111,884. 

J*«»#«MM#er— Sarah E. Sewall. 

Seteetmem—Qeo. H. Donham, Alpheos Craig, Augustas C. Loagee. 

2*«trM Cierh — George H. Donham. 

2Vea«Mrer— Charles S. Perry. 

C9Ueetar—Wm. D. Warren. 

C#M##«Me«— Wm. J). Warren, John B. Hathom, A. C. Lougee. 

Sch—t SHperritor— Geo. H. Donham. 
. Boara 0f JBiemlih—Geo. H. Donham, Alphens Craig, W. D.. Warren. 

fhjfgieiaug—Owen & Ryan (Sherman P. O.) 

C/er«-yjiMiM— Vincent Moses (Patten P. O.), Cong. 

Jtutlee— Geo. H. Donham, Sept. 22, 1885, Trial. 

•IfereMatUt—G. H. Donham, patent medicines ; Alpheos Craig, Emer- 
son Bros., general stores. 

•W«MifAM;#tffr«r«-*l8land Falls Mill Co., M. C. Young, lumber and 
shingles; C. S. Perry, B. L. Sanborn, B. R. Walker, carpenters; Wilmot 
S. Dow, smith; B. C. Perry, axes. 

M^iuier—G. H. Donham. 

Sieam^oai—WWhnr Grant. 

CircMiatiHg jEriftrary— Established 1869, Mrs. Harriet C. Sewall, lib- 

yM990ciaii0ua—P.qfH.—l»\vLa6. Falls, No. 268, Tues. G. A, iJ.— W. S. 
Hancock Post, Sat. ; Women's Relief Corps, Sat. 

Maii—Dow'St W. S. Dow. 

Boiei— Island Falls Bouse, John H. Thorn. 

Fifty-six miles N. of Houlton. On stage line ft-om Fort Fairfield to Van 

Buren Inc. Feb. 26, 1869. Population— 1860, 161; 1870, 263; 1880, 655: 

1890,938. Valuation, 1870— Polls, 64; Estates, $27,647; 1880— Polls, 118: 

Estates, $76,688; 1890— Polls, 179; Estates, $149,938. 

M'o9iM$a9ier—n. B. Leavitt. 

Setectmeu—'R. B. Leavitt, Chas. L. Davis, E. G. Weymouth. 

Voteu Clerk mud 2*r£a««frer— Charles W. Trafton. 

Se/bool SMperviamr—K. B. Leavitt. 

C'l«r«-ir«i»«Ji— Vacant, Chris.; vacant, Epis.; E. O. Smith, Meth. 

JnMi4ee»^yi9LTk Trafton, March 16, 1886 ; A. H. Hutchinson, July 28, 
1889, Quorum : Roscoe B. Leavitt, April 27, 1887, TriaL 

m9tereMautB—C. W. Trafton, general stores; Nelson Getchell jt Co., 
groceries; R. S. Caswell, confectionery. 

jntannfaeiMrerM—Getche]! Bros., Josiah M. Noyes, lumber; Limestone 
Starch Co., John Ward, starch; T. Maynes, S. Shaw, C. Stewart, Hosea 
Murry, smiths; H. Webster, Wm. Webster, joiners; D. Getchell, grist mill. 

•f Mo'ffM^P. of iT.— Limestone, No. 272. G. A. i2.— George Campbell 
Post, No. 154. /. O. G. T.— Limestone, No. 171. 

MMmiei— Riverside, Samuel Shaw. 

LINNEXJ©. O 

Nine miles 8.W. of Houlton, on line of the old " Military Road." Terminus 
of stage line to Houlton. and to Island Falls via Oakfield. First settled 



bv Daniel Neal from New Brunswick. Originally granted by Massa- 
husetts to endow a Botany Professorship. Inc. March 19, 1886, 



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^ABOOSTOOK COUNTY. t79 

teamed after the botanist. Popnlation— 1860, 562; 1860, 785; 1870, 1008; 

1880, 917; 1890, 965. Valuation— Polls, 200 ; Estatee, $77,270 ; 187(K-Poll8, 

213; Estotee, $117,917; 1880— FoUs, 198; Estates, $151,849 ; 1890— Polls, 

210; Estates, $213,998. 

Fm»imaMier-~B. F. French. 

SeteeimBem— James H. Ruth, D. M. Clongh, James Adams. 

XWras Cierh mmd Vrem»Mrer—jMA. F. Bither. 

CmOeetmr-^ohn Taylor. 

Cmm 9i mb te9 J . H. Blethen, Bei\j. F. Hatohinson, T. Stewart, D. F. 
Sawyer. 

Sch00t S m m erwia mr Robert Boyd. 

Bmmrd •/*lle«li*— Robt. Boyd, see., Geo. W. Getohell, R. B. Tonne. 

€7lergpm9eu—¥, H. Bubar, F. Bap.,- M. W. Newbert, Afeth, 

J"*y7(lrto«t— Robert Boyd, All. 

JuMiicew-^BeDJ. F. French, Feb. 6, 1889; P. P. Burleigh, Mar. 6, 1886; 
Chas. O. Bither, Nov. 24. 1886, Ouorum, 

«Were*«M#«— B. F. French, B. B. Byron, general stores. 

AMmmmi'meim r e rB - J. H. Blethen, D. T. Sawyer, smiths; Bradbury 
Bros. (New Limerick P. O.), shingle mill; George L. Byron, hopey; Jas. 
H. Ruth, long and short lumber; Frank Green, cheese; A. P. Bennett, 
dairy butter. 

BmieU—JXihti D. Logie, Lovinia Lovering. 

Seren miles N. of Honlton, on stag»>line to upper Aroostook. Formed 
fi*om Framingham Academy and Williams College grants. Inc. March 
18, 1866. Population— 1860,543; 1870, 700; 1880,904; 1890, 924. Valua- 
tion, 1860-Poll8, 108: Estates, $58,932; 1870-Polls, 151; Estates, 
$94,257; 188(V-PoU9, 177; Estates, $126,289; 1890, Polls, 244; Est., 269,604. 

^•Mimaaier—^Tfi. NeUie A. Hall. 

iSelecfjiMM— Robert Hone, J. D. Ross, G. A. Hall. 

rawm CSerBtr-hfiRoy F. Hall. 

XVeiMMrer^— Duncan Manson. 

CMIecl«r— James Dobbins. 

Ctu im h tem Geo. Crosby, J. E. Pond, J. D. Ross. 



r C9mmt4iiee—S. A. Hill, H. A. Currier, Edgar Wiley, 
"'""■'-- " n,G.C.Haj 

^fM#*(»— John R. Weed, Aug. 80, 1889, Trial. 



Mtmmrd 0f J1mI»*— LaRqy F. HaU, sec., H. A. Hall, G. C. Hay ward. 

^' " t, F. Bap. 



C^ler«|f «•««•— Vacant, 

^ff«#lce— John R. Weeo, aug. ©«, aock», j. rtu*. 
mtfe rrl b m Hi—G. A. Hall, groceries and meats. 
«V<«fBfr#kr#Mrer«— Z. MiUar, A. Millar, smiths; Jas. Jennings. Sharp & 
Ketchum, D. Austin, F. W. Titoomb (Houlton P. O.), shingles and lumber. 



IL.XJrH^OTV'. o 

Half township seren miles W. of Houlton. Formeriy Belfkst Academy 
grant. Organized together with New Limerick, as a Plantation, in 1881. 
¥rew Limerick set off and incorporated, March 18, 1887. Incorp. March 
21, 1864. Population— 1850, 259; 1860,287; 1870, 371; 1880, 468; 1890, 875. 
Valuation, 1860— Polls, 64; EsUtes, $24,549; 1870— Polls, 77; Estates, 
$57,888; 1880-PoUs, 107; Est., $109,657; 1890— Polls, 107; Est., $114,2«7. 

Po^t-oj^ce— Honlton. 

Seleei$t$eH^K. A. Barker, Peter M. Mooers, I. B. Rideout. 
Vomfu Cferft— David R. Small. 
(flVea«Nre«*— David R. Small. 
Cm$atabie»—'R. K. Thompson, Fred Chase. 
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ANNUAL BEGISTBB OF MAIKE. 



Sch—i Committee— J)?ky\A R. Small, K. A. Barker, I. B. Rideout. 
JBmard •/* JBedtth—K. A. Barker, P. M. Mooers, I. B. Rideout. 
Ciergwrnen—CYifSA. W. Rabies, Uriah Drew, Bap. 
Fh^BihiaMr-Fred Watson, All. 

One hundred miles N. N. W. of Houlton. On stage-line ft-om Van Bnren to 
. Fort Kent, Settled by Acadian French. Composed of parts of townshiiw, 
- 18. R. 4, and 18, R. 5. incorporated, Feb. 24, 1869, and named for the river. 

Population— 1860, 685; 1870, 1041; 1880, 1891: 1890, 1451. Valuation, 

1860— Polls, 118; Estates, $41,696; 1870— Polls, 148: Estates, $65,156; 

1880— Polls, 240; Estates, $90,174; 1890— Polls, 280 ; Estates, $167,176. 

M*0MtM»a»ie»*B— Upper, Beloni Herbert: St. David, Arthur Daigle. 

iSelecfMseft— Alexis X. Cyr, Octave Cyr, Ubald Dubour. 

S*otrji» Clerlr— Arthur Daigle. 

T^rea»Mrer—E\oi Albert. 

C^Ueeimr—Thoa. Albert 

C'«iM#«ftle«— Denis Hebert, Alexis X. Cyr. 

ScH—t Committee— Joa. Beaulieu, Michaell Marthi, Eloi Albert. 

Moard or MMeatth— Alexis X. Cyr, Octave Cyr. 

Cler^rifjiMiM— Father Bernard, Cath, 

.^•#ary— Arthur Daigle. Aug. 22, 1890. 

J^H»tiee—Remi A. Daigle, Oct. 4, 1890, Quorum. 

JfTereMautM— Beloni Hebert, Fred I. Smith, Milton Dayton, Chas. 
Dubour, general stores. 

«1faMn/%ir#Mrer«— Philip Morin, Vilus Cyr, grist-mills; Vital L«> 



vegne, saw and grist mill. 
Jbiigh SeMoot— 

Woiel—Mngloiie Sirois. 

Forty-seven miles north-west of Houlton, via Presque Isle. On stage>line 

A'om Presque Isle to Ashland. Incorporated March, 18S0. Popula- 

tion-1870, 444; 1880, 705 ; 1890, 832. Valuation. 1870— Polls. 110; Estates, 

$28,707; 1880— Polls, 139; Estates, $61,642; 1890— Polls, 191; Est., $138,838. 

JRoatamoBter— James McOlauflin. 

SeleetmBeMr-S. C. F. Smith; Presque Isle P. O., Eli Dennett; Charles 
S. Preble. 

Tostu Cterk—B. A. Smith. 

Vreaaurer—Jos. P. Morton. 

CoUector—K. A. Smith. 
■ CoHBtmbteg—Ijeyi W. Hughes, O. J. Higgins, E. A. Smith. 

School Committee— Jm. McGlauflin, O. P. Dennett (Presque Isle 
P. O.), Charles S. Preble. 

Board of MMemtth-^. A. Stewart, Jas. MoAlpine, J. C. Chandler. 

Ciergifamest^M.. H. Siprelle, Meth. 

P*y«<cteM— C. E. Dow. 

Ju»tiee»—JSL». McGlauflin, April 16, 1890 ; George L. Emerson, June 13, 
1890, Q\u*rum. 

JfTerciusmig—S. C. F. Smith, A. Ball, general stores; Mark E. Ingra- 
. ham, Jas. McGlauflin, Stewart k Morton, groceries. 

JtraMMfaetHrerg—Stewwt & Morton, lumber and shingles; T. H. 
Phair, starch; P. Swan, smith; S. W. Stevens (Presque Isle P. O.), shingles. 

AtaaoHUM—P. o^ JST.— Eureka, No. 118. /. 0. G. r.-Mapleton, No. 810, 
Tues. O. A. i?.— McGlauflin Post, No. 102, Sat. Women^s Aid Society, 
W. C. T. U. 

JV«#e#— M. L. Stewart. 



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ABOOtTOOK OOUHTT. SBl 

Thirty miles N. of Houlton, on stage-line to Fort FftirfleM. Organ- 
izea as a plantation in 1866. Incorporated I^ebraary 21, 1867. Popu- 
lation— 1860. 29; 1860, »1; 1870, 396; 1880, 716: 1890, 837. Valuation. 
1860— Polls. 53: Estate*, ♦25,000; 1870— Polls, li; Estates. $46,811; 1880 
—Polls, 143; Estates, «n,677; 1890— Polls, 180; Estates, $171,404. 

PM#jM«##er— Benj. F. Pierce. 

Set€eim$€»-^. J. HiU, Alden Sylveeter, J. Hemy Frost. 

rowH CferA— Beni. F. Pierce. 

VreoM t t rer - -W. L. Boynton. 

C«lfo«#«r mmd CmutabU—V. O. Luce. 

C#JMteftlM— Cyrus Shaw, Geo. W. Brown, R. L. Bell. 

8€li00t Smpermiser^Freenuua L. Reax. 

Cler^ryii^M— L^ B. Withee. Meth.; vacant. Bap,; Tacaut, F, Bap, 

JRhiufeimt$—J. H. Syphers. 

J^iM/<c«#— Thos. S. Perkins, AprU 27, 1887; Bepj. F. Pieroe, Mar. 18, 
1889; Howard W. Saflfbrd, Feb. 12, 1891, QHf>ru,m. 

•JrereibaMiB—B, F. Pierce, general stores; York & Luce, groceries; 
Geo. Young, tinware and ftimitnre; Geo. Stewart, confectionery. 

«V«MM/kr#Mrer#— B. F. Jones, Gilbert L. Blanchard, long and short 
lumber; G. W. Collins, starch factory: Geo. W. Brown, caniages; Geo. 
W. Brown, smith; Mary Reax, Mrs. Louise Lavage, dressmakers. 

BigM Sc*«#f-Mi88 £. Lace, prin. 

Fifty miles N. W. of Houlton. First settled in 1888 by Thomas Goss of 
Danville, Me., followed in 1835 by John Knowlen. In 1883-9, several 
fiimilies fk-om Oldtown, Me., moved in. Roswell T. Knowlen was the 
first child born in the town. On stage-line fH>m Patten to Ashland. 
Once called No. 10, Range 5. Incorporated March 21, 1839. Population 
—1860,190: 1870,169; 1880, 212 ; 1890, 250. Valuation, 18eO-Pol Is, 34; 
Estates, $19,801; 1870— Polls. 40; Estates, $39,479; 1880— Polls, 52; Es- 
tates, $42,300; 1890— Polls, 66; Estates, $57,150. 

Fm»iamaBier—Wm. H. Rowe. 

Seieeimeu—C. G. Quincy, William H. Rowe, L. Goding. 
9r«aris Clerk—V. W. E. Goss. 
Vremgurer—H. B. Sawyer. 
Cmiieeimr mud Cmautabte—B. T, Clifford. 
Sek—l Cmmmiiiee—S. W, Clark, N. D. Smith, F. W. E. Goss. 
JBmmrd mf MMemUh—¥. H. Kiiowlen, sec., S. W. Clark, E. Trafton. 
Cler<nfMMu»— Vacant, Meth. 
Jnaiice-^ohn A. Walker, Jan. 23, 1889, Quorum, 
•V«rcJbaM#— Wm. H. Rowe, general stores. 

JftmmHfaetHrerB—V, W. E. Goss, Airniture; C. F. Clayton & Co., starch 
tACiory ; A. B. Walker, grist mUl ; MasardU Mill Co. , steam saw mill. 
MmieU-J. F, Pollard; C. G. Quincy. c.<_-.«^^ -^ 



MIOIVTXCEI^I^O. 

Twelve miles north of Houlton. On stage line from Honlton to Blaine. 
Formerly called Wellington township. Incorporated July 29, 1846. Popu- 
lation— 1850, 227 ; 1860,483; 1870, 760; 1880, 965; 1890, 1132. Valuation, 
1860— Polls, 96; Estates, $54,369; 1870— Polls, 166: Estates, $138,585; 
1880— Polls, 188; Estates, $149,273; 1890-Polls, 249;^E8tote8, $261,698. 
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AJSmVXL BBOISTBR OF HAINB. 



^•9tmaaier—0. A, Stanley. 

Seteciamem—^vm'X P. Archibald, Alonzo Y. Foster, M. J. Hogan. 

VowH Clerlr— Laden E. Stackpole. 

VreaBMrer—VLQnry C. Sharp. 

Cou9table u»ui C'oUect»r—Gnj C. Fletcher. 

Schoot SfperwiBin'—Gtny C. Fletcher. 

CierjgffmeH—F. W. Towle, Meth. ; George E. Potter, Chris, 

Fhtfgiriatu— Aaron Polsom, Horn. ; E. W. Boyer, All, 

ne§»ti»t— Joel Wellington. 

JnaHce»—L. E. Stackpole, Mar. t6, 1886; B. L. Fletcher, Jane 11, 
1889. Qwrnim; Orlando A. Stanley, Dec. 16, 1886, Trial. 

JWerekattia—M.. J. Hoj^an, groceries and famiture; R. W. McLeod, 
Hollis Morrill, A. M. Frazier, general stores; L. F. Andrews, groceries; 
Mrs. G. Stitham, millinery and general stores; G. C. Fletcher, confection- 
ery, books and stationery; Fred P. Nelson, organs. 

•lEf«tJtn/iiefifrer«— G. W". Collins, starch fectory; George Ramsey, 
harnesses; George Hardy, boots and shoes; Sharp & Ketchum, lumber; 
Bli E. MorrUl. carriages; H. D. Atherton, John Nichols, Wm. Nichols, 
Geo. F. Nelson, Daniel Calagfaan, smiths. 

Half township. Six miles W. of Houlton. On dally stage-line from Hool- 
ton. Incorporated Mar. 18, 1837. Population— 1837, 75; 1850, 160; 1860, 
226; 1870, 308; 1880, 590; 1890, 567. Valuation, 1860-Polls, 47; Estates, 
$26,712; 1870— Polls, 76; Estates, $43,450; 1880— Polls, 126; Estates, 
$100,720; 1890-Polls, 163; Estates, $171,829. 

FmgimuiMierB^W. I. Shaw; Titcomb, Alice Taggert. 
V Sfeteei m $ eH Willis I. Shaw, John Mullen, Jamee Coulogue. 
\ Town CUrk—A., S. Dow. 
/^ av««iti«rcr— Mahlon D. Estes. 
Coiieeior—John Bradley. 
CoM«#«tftle«— Ellsworth Lougee, John Bradley. 
8cho0i 4?aM»erv#««r— Thomas Monehan. 

JB^mrd mrMMemiihS. G. Spi*att, sec., E. Lougee, T. Monehan. 
Ctergffmett^C. W. Sables, Bap. ; Wm. Kinney, F. Bap. 
^M«#?€««— Willis I. Shaw, Oct. 13, 1886; Mahlon D. Estes, April 24, 
1888, Quorum. 
JfMerehant9—C. ft W. I. Shaw, general stores. 

mlf €tnHrmetMrer&—C. & W. I. Shaw, sole leather, shingles and lumber; 
Moses Drew, lumber; Bradbury Bros., shingles; Moses Drew, smith and 
machinist; E. Lougee, Smith ; Titcomb, F. W. Titcomb, lumber. 
MMali— North Star^ Shaw & Stetson, props. 
jr0«e#— E. J. F. Gray. 

ORIEIVT. 

Twenty-fire miles S. of Houlton. On stage-line to Danforth Station on Me. 
Central R. R. Incorporated April 9, 1856. Population— 1850, 205 ; 1860, 
233; 1870, 219; 1880, 224; 1890, 244. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 86; Estates, 
$17,712; 1870— Polls, 89; Estates, $85,000 ; 1880— Polls, 51 ; Estates, $42,- 
554; 1890— Polls, 57 ; Estates, $51,183. 

. J>»«#jiMi«#er— Mrs. Matilda Gates. 

i9el0e#JMeM— Daniel Maxell, Jas. Bubar, D. Kelley. 
9*«trM ClerJk— A. S. Bubar. 
XV-ea#»r«r— Isaac H. Peters. 
C0Ueci0r—L>. H. Dunning. 
C«it#ritMe«^LeTi H. Dunning, Jas. Estabrook. 



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SrMmmi C m m m tiHm Victor B. Peters, A. A. Robins, Daniel Maxell. 
Bmmrd mf Memiih—W . H. Declcer, see.. Dan'I Maxell, Joel Faulkner. 
Cler gm m mm Thomas McDonald (Forest City P. O.), Bap. 
^mMi4€e0—Wm, H. Decker, Ifay 17, 1887; Daniel Maxell, Feb. 14, 1688, 
Quorum. 
^r«re*Ms#«— George Babar, Matilda Qates, general stores. 
Mmieh—Usyi EUiott, W. H. McAllister. 



]*ortj-two miles N. N. W. of Houlton. on stage-line to Cariboo. Termlnna 
of stage lines to Ashland and Washburn. Terminus of N. B. R. R. In- 
«orporated April 4, 1868. MaysTllle annexed Feb. 14, 1888. Population 
—I860, 728; 1870, 970; 1880, 1806 ; 1890, 3046. Valuation, 1860— PoUs. 161; 
Estotes, $79,874; 1870— Polls, 182; £sUtes, $180,786; 1880— Polls, 296: 
Estates, $8^,825; 1890-Polls, 672; Estates, $993,876. 

P«s#jM«#fer«— Arthur C. Perry; South, A. MeOlaofliii; MoMtvUU 
Center, Edward Wiggin. 

SeteeimeMr-l^. STJudd, R. J. Smith, A. E. Irrhig. 

rmmu Cierh-l^. S. Jadd. 

Wremat9rer—A.. M. Smith. 

CmUe€imr-Q. M. Park. 

C7«M«<«*le«— Chas. 6. Perry, Henry Howard, John Foster, Daniel Oil- 
man, Geo. Johnson, J. S. Buxzell hr., C. W. Palmer. 

Setkmmt #iis|Mr9«««r— Edward Wiggin. 

nmmrd •rMemtih^-C. P. Allen, F. Kilbnm, C. F. Daggett. 

Chief Bmgimeer W^re W^ / t rnfim emi— Sidney Graves. 

Ciergmmem—C. W. Foster, F. Bap. ; H. L. Caulkins, Bap. ; raoant, 
Chris.; yf. T. Elmer Kpi8.; C. B. barwoed, Cong,; I. F. Porter, UnU,: 
South, L. B. Withee, Meth. 

M^miiH—'W, W. Coshman. 

JP*y«<cteM«— F. Kilbam, L. Hathaway. S. W. Boone, All. 

J&wM0r»— C. P. Allen, C. F. Daggett, E. Madigan, Geo. H. Smith, 
Frank tTwhlte. 

FetuUu JTmimrw—C. P. AUen. 

Jf>^mrie9-€hHS. F. Daggett, Aug. 80, 1888; A. H. Jenks, Feb. 16, 1887,* 
Charles P. Allen, Aug. 22, 1890. 

jrft«f<ee«— Geo. F. Whidden, Sept. 1, 1890; L. S. Judd, Apr. 24, 1888; 
C. P. Allen. March 27, 1884; Joel Howard. April 27. 1886: C. F. Da^ett, 
KOY. 6. 1886; A. C. Perry, Feb. 6, 1886: E. Madigan, March 6, 1890; C. G. 
Chandler, Jan. 6, 1886, Geo. H. Smith, Dec. 26, 1888; Frank L. White, Mar 
22, 1889; Quorum; Joel Bean, Aug. 80, 1888; I. McLaughlin, Sept. 24, 1886, 
Trial ; Joel Bean, C. P. Allen. Dedimus. 

Bwmrd #/* 9%^Mie— Geo. H. Freeman, pres., Geo. H. Collins, sec., J. 
W. Bolton, treas. 

mfMerchaHig^Apothecaries—Wm. H. Ryan, H. B. Thayer. 

Barh—J. M. Davis. 

Books and StaHonery—HxniBon. H. Robinson (also fluiey goods and 
newsdealer), H.B. Thayer. 

BooU €md Shoes— L,. S. Judd & Co., T. N. Ervin, C. P. Pirington, 
W. R. Pipes, W. P. Bean, A. R. Gould & Co., D. H. Eryin, S. Friedman & 
Co., S. L. Black, Presqne Isle Clothing Co. 

Carpetings—L. S. Judd k Co. 

Carriages and Sloighs—ChM. D. DeWitt (also sheep, cattle and agri* 
cultural implements). 

Clothing, Fur-nishing €h>ods, Hats and Caps—%. Friedman^ Co., 
Theodore Thomas, S. L. Black, Presque Isle Clothinff Co., C. A. Barto, man* 

Coal, lAme and ComonP-^. H. Freeman k Co., A. M. Smith A Go. 



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Croehery and GltMsware — ^. Goodhue, Cox & Graves, C. 6. 
Chandler. 

Doors and Windows— Qc. H. Freeman & Co., A. M. Smith & Co. 

J>ry and Fancy Goods— Ij. S. Judd & Co., T. N. Ervin, W. R. Pipes, 
S. L. Black, C. G. Chandler, D. H. Ervin. 

Flour and Meal— Potter & Co. (wholesale), Fred Barker (floor only), 
M. E. Lowry. 

Fruit, Confectionery. Tobacco and Cigars— T. N. Ervin, J. F. 
Whitney. S. D. Rowland, M. C. Smith. 

Furniture, Coffins and Cashets—B. B. Glidden. 

Furs— Or. A. Cook. 

G^rocerles and Frovisions—T. N. Ervin. Potter & Co., F. Barker, G. 
A. Cook, H. L. & F. A. Leonard, C. G. Chandler, A. R. Gould & Co.,M. C. 
Smith, Hone Bros., Cox & Graves, Knight & Morgan, W. P. Bean. 

Hardware, AgriculturtU Itnplements, Faints and Gils— Or. H. 
Freeman & Co., A . M. Smith & Co. 

Harnesses 9 Trunks and Saddlery Hardware— 1^, H. Lowrey, N. 
J. Johnson (also fur coats). 

Horses-^. V. White (also real estate). 

Jewelry— Harrison H. Robinson, N. E. Wiggin. 

Iitimbermen's Supplies— A.. R. GU>uld & C^. 

Markets— R. Michaud, H. L. & F. A. Leonard, J. L. Coffin. 

Millinery and Fancy Ooodtf- Mrs. T. F. Kenney, DeLaittre & Pet- 
tingill Smith & Barto. 
- Faper Hanffinffs—F. Goodhue, H. H. Robinson. 

Fotato Shippers— K. L. Snow, Howard & Cleveland A. M. Smith & 
Co., C. E. Gooding for Sweet & Sons, Providence, R. I., F. Barker, Tar- 
bell Bros., Robinson & Parkhurst. 

Salt, Gil, etc.—F. Barker (wholesale). 

Seedsman^Delasio Moore. 

Stoves and Tlnwaro—Q* H. Freeman & Co., A. M. Smith fc Co., W* 
P. Bean. 

Telegraph Foles, Jt, Jt, Ties, Long I/umher, etc,— J. H. Oak. 

Tobacco and Cigars, toholesale — ^A. R. Gould. 

J9MamuimetMrers— Boots and Shoes, Custom, and Repairs — B. J. 
Rideout, B. Ellsworth, D. McCarty. 

Brick— II. R. Gould & Co. 

Cabinet— Spraguevillei Geo. H. Whidden. 

Oarpeneer»— Leander Cook, John B. Young, Chas. DeForest, F. Barto, 
Frank Owen, Dan. McEachron, Peter Willett, Richard Libby, F. B. Smith, 
W. S. Kimball. 

Carriages— J. G. Hilt, Hoyt & Roberts, L. I. Wheeler. H. A. Bean 
(repairs). 

C^e«e— Maysville Cheese Factory, T. H. Phair, manager. 

Coffins and Caskets— B. B. Glidden. 

l>ressfnakers—^n. S. E. McGlauflin, Mrs. Chas. Akeley, Mrs. Cynthia 
York, Miss Ida Dobson, Mrs. Chas. Hardy, Mrs. Addie Whitney, Lottie 
Gallagher, Mrs. John Tweedie. 

Grist Jirill— Samuel Cox. 

Harnesses— T. H. Lowrey, N, J. Johnson. 

tfewelers—l^. E. Wiggin, Harrison H. Robinson. 

IJong I/umber— Al. R. Gould & Co. (also short), T. H. Phair, Perry 
Bros., Spraffuevillet Greenlaw Bros (also short), Geo. F. Whidden. 

Machine Shop— IS,. Banfill. 

Marble Worker— '1^, B. Thompson. 

Jlfa«on«— Samuel White. George Smith, O. L. Hayden. 

JIf <W«rriflrl»*— Leander Cook. 

l*a<»f«r»— Hoyt & Roberts (carriage), F. Goodhue, B. F. Owen, J. G. 
Hilt, C. F. Soule, H. A. Bean. 

Flumbing and Piping— G. H. Freeman & Co. 



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Soda Water— "R. H. Robinson. 

Smiths— J. H. Martin, J. McCnbrey (axes), D. E. McGnire, G. W. 
Moeher, Wheeler k, Uioks ; South, Bsra McGlauain, Blbridge Spragne, 
A. McGlauflin. 

Shingles— A. R. Gk>ald & Co, John Wilson k Son. 

Starch— T. H. Phair. 

Tailars-D. A. White, F. McKenzle. 

Tannery— T. F. Kenney. 

Threshinif— John F. Foster. 

Tin«m<eii«— W. P. Bean, A. M. Smith k Co.. Geo. H. Freeman & Co. 

Woadwarhers—J. I. ROBERTS (see advt. opp. page 262), also (mold- 
incs), G. N. Hoyt, Edward Dunphy, John Wilson k Son. 

Wool Carding— I. McGlauflin. 

IWU tfrUiers—John H. Foster; SpragnevUle, Spragne k Crockett. 

JBa^resa—Dominimir- 

Bar^rs—J, F. Whitney, S. D. Rowland, J. A. Frazier. 

ruswrmuee—A. C. Perry, A. E. McGnire (F. A. M. F. I. Co.) 

WJiwr^ atabies—n. B. FORBES (see advt. opp. p. 262), 8. W. Dnff, 
H. C. Redman. 

FM0t0grmpher—jL, N. Sonle. 

Friuier»—Q. H. Collins, The Aroostook Democrat Pabltshlng Co. 

Fres^Me Mste JBieeirie tAmM <7««~Sidney Graves, sa|>t. 

Fres^ne WsU J9\tter C9.—G. H. Freeman, pres. and sopt. 

Jte«r Baimte ^geni—A. E. Wight. 

JSe##«MriiM#— George Lander. 

Simt40M ^geni—a P. R. B.—T. C. Bohan. 



Weiegrmpk— Western Union, E. Day, operator. 
temers—L 



L)aggett. 

U—Ferry*8 Opera House, C. G. Perry, proprietor. 

0«#— St. John '8 English and Classical School, W.T. Elmer, principal. 



Vemekers-Insirumental Music, C. W. Palmer, Mrs. Henry Dnnn, Mrs. 
C. F. Daggett. 

BaU—Ferry*8 Opera House, C. G. Per 

i9cA0«#— St. John's English and Classic] 

mMsamHus— Masons— Trinity, No. 130, Mon. on or before ftill moon.' /. 
O. O. F.— Presque Isle, No. 89, Fri. Aroostook No. 82, D. of R., Ist and 
3d Mon.; Olive Branch Enc, No. 48, 2d and 4th Mon.; K. qf P.— Gen. 
Cnster, No. 47, Tues. P. o/ 7/.— Aroostook Union, No. 148. O. A, Ji.— 
Post L. B. Wade, No. 123, 2d and 4th Wed. Relief Corps, 2d and 4th 
Wed. 8. of r.— Lookout No. 60, 1st and 2d Mon. W. C.T. t7.,Thur8. 
/. O. G. r.-Presqne Isle, No. 364, Thurs. N, P. W. C, T. U., Thurs. 
Presque Isle Band. Palmer's Orchestra, C. W. Palmer, leader. Mays- 
ville Center, P. qfff.—lHo. 158, Sat. 

WMmiets— Presque Isle Hotel, G. F. Whitney; Riverside House, George 
Price: Phair Hotel, J. H. Phair. 

JB»mrdi»g Mttses—Thw. Thibodeau, Marshall Jimmo. 

Mmmhs mud JYews p u per ^ S ee tables. 



Thirtv-eight miles S. W. of Houlton. On stage-lines fh>m Mattawamkeag 
to Patten and from Kingman to Island Falls. Twenty-five miles ft'om 
Mattawamkeag and twenty-five from Kingman. Once called Golden 
Ridge. Incor Jan. 28, 1862. Lots 18 in Ranges 2 and 8 set ofl" from Sil- 
ver Ridge Feb. 4, 1870. Population— 1870, 7<fl; 1880, 798: 1890, 909. 
Valuation, 1870— Polls, IH: Estates. ♦109,240; I88O-P0U8, 177; Estates, 
•97,844; 189a-Polls, 220; Estates, $167,142. 
JPo«#«MM#er«— Joseph Merriam; Mills, E. A. Jackman; Golden Ridge, 

Leland Dennett; Coral, John H. Ambrose. 
i8ei^c#jM€M— Afi2Z«, F.M.Caldwell, Chas. E. Robinson, W. A. Sawyer. 
Wawm CUrh and Vreasmrer—MiUs, Lewis £. Jackman. 



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286 AimnTAX. bbgistbb of hainx. 

<7«lfer#0r— Qeo. W. Durgran. 

CmmaiahieB—B, H. Towle, G. W. Dnrgan, J. L. Young:. 

aehomt Cmmmiiiee—MUh, Francis M. Caldwell, C. E. Robiooon, 
W. A. Sawyer. 
BomrtimfWeutiM^T}. H. Owen, L. G. Caldwell, sec., G. W. Durgan. 

Cl€r A'gfJMtfM— Supplies, Afeth. : vacant, Epis. : Millar !• Bumpus. Cong, 

FlbwaMauw—Jy. H. Owen, Mathew Ryan. All, 

Mtowiter— Mills, Daniel Lewis. 

J^HgiieeM— Alfred Cushman, Jan. 28, 1885; Daniel Iiewis, Sept. 27, 1888, 
Quorum: L. C. Caldwell, Jan. 28, 1886; Jas. W. Ambrose, Feb. 10, 1887, 
Trial: Alft«d Cushman ir., Dedimus, 

Jfterclbafia—T>. Mullin, A. Woodard, W. H. Boyington; MiUa, G. W, 
"Webber, C. C. Joy, L. E. Jackson, P. N. Bishop, general stores; Mrs. M. 
A. Park, Abbie F. Dnrgin, milHnerv ; A. H. Spooner. &ncy goods. 

JftauHfaeinrera—yf, McDonald, smith; MillSi W. Bishop, grist mill; 
Pearl Young, John Gosnel, lumber; Sleeper & Leavitt, carnages; Wm. 
H. Lewis, smith; G. M. Frye, starch; B. H. Towle, harnesses; A. Heath, 
boots and shoes; H. B. York, coffins, caskets and furniture; L. B. Clark, 
hemlock bark extract. 

»fM«'#«M— JfflMOYM— Afft2/«— Molunkus, Tues. on or before full moon. 
P. of if.— Golden Sheaf, No. 284, Fri. U. A, O. of Druids— Ax\l Stone, 
Wed. G. A. A.—No. 61, Post Asbury Caldwell; Women's Relief Corps, 
alternate Wed. 

Hmieis— Aroostook House— W. H. Boyaton; Mills, E. A. Jaekman; 
East Bidge, J. W. Ambrose & Son. 

©JMCYIilN-JL. C 

Eleven miles W. of Houlton, on stage line to Patten. Incorporated March 
7,1839. Population— 1850,172; 1860, 166; 1870, 169; 1880,287; 1890, 303. 
Valuation, l860-Polls, 28; Estates, $24,798; 1870— Polls, 87; Estates, 
$35,698; 1880— Polls, 48; Estates, $60,872; 1890-PolIs, 72; Est., $93,394. 

Fmsimsmsiers-A. J. Berry; Mills, Mrs. A. P. Daggett. 

SetecimseH— Andrew J. Berry, R. E. Timony, Leverett Estabrook. 

9*«trM CUrh—A, J. Berry. 

Vreasmrer—'R. T. Marley. 

CoUeeimr and OM«#«i*fe— Daniel Heraore. 
Ctsssabiew—Axtemwi Lovitt ; MUls, Ernest Clark. 

ScMmol Cmmmittee—E. Ben, E. Estabrook, Eugene Beck. 

Bomrd mf Bemtits—A. J. Berry, mc, U. E. Timony, E. Estabrook. 

Ctergwameu—Yacantt Bap. ; G. H. Ferguson, Meth, 

JfWory— A. J. Berry, Jan. 21, 1886. 

J^Hsiiees-Alonzo P. Daggett, Jan. 16, 1889, Quorum: A.J. Berry, Feb. 
18, 1884; Moses Drew, Nov. &, 1884, Trial. 

Jfrerehauts—MillSj A. P. Daggett, Joseph E. Tarbell, general stores. 

Jftassssfacinrers— John Watson (Houlton P. O.) starch; Mills, Jos. 
Fisher, John T. B. Clark, smiths; Chas. Rlsteen, wheelwright. 

Vigh Selk00i—T. H. Hilton, prin. 

JBmieis— Berry House, D. D. Hemore; Smyrna House, W. Yerxa; 
MillSt East Branch House, Mrs. Fred Donley ; iJrew House, Moses Drew. 

Seventy-five miles N. N. W. of Houlton, by stage, via Caribou. Terminus of 
stage-lines fk>om Fort Fairfield and to Fort Kent. Incorporated 1881. 
Named for the president. Pop.— 1870, 922; 1880, 1110; 1890, 1168. Valuar 
tion, 1870— Polb, 116; Estates, $46,233; 1880— Polls, 186; Estates, $111,- 
670; 1890^Poll8,2S8; Estates, $209,184. 



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▲B0O8TOOK COUNTY. 287 

J ^—# < w igr— Maggie C. Hammond. 

Seteritmeu—T. H. Pelletier, Severe Vlolette, Remi €yr. 

2r«irM Cierk—T. H. Pelletier. 

Vreagurer— Ambrose Yiolette. 

CmUeeimr—A-nthiom Yiolette jr. 

CmHtiahtea— Ambrose Violettet Napoleon LeVaaMor, Michael Yio- 
lette, Severaa Yiolette, Celettin Yiolette, Simeon Cyr. 

Seh00i Cmmmiiiee—Tkos, H. Pelletier, F. Morcel, N.LeYaaMor. 

^'<^''«1f'>MU»— Father F. Moroel. Cath, 

Fh9»iciam—T. H. Pelletier, AU, 

MMumer—V. C. Keegan. 

SMatieea—Y. C. Keegan, July 15, 1886; Joeeph E. Martin, Oct. 14, 18M, 
Quorum; P. C. Keegan, Dedimus. 

Jfrerehamia— Henry A. Gagnon, Charles Hammond, Jos. Martin, gen- 
en} Btores; Simeon Cyr, meat; Joe. Damaia, confectionery ; Julia Farrell« 
millinery. 

•IMat^Mfkeiitrera—yMi Baren Manofaeturing Co., Crisoloqoe Sonoief 
Inmber; Fred Yiolette, grist mill; Joseph Gea, carding mill; Henry A. 
Oagnon, starch factory. 

^«Hber«— Martin Bros. 

Schm»$— Van Buren College, Rer. A. Londre, superior. 

M«ic#— Vtm Buren House, Eben Burpee. 

Mtiwerjf Sfiable— Joseph Therrault. 

Fifty-two miles N. N. W. of Hoalton, by stage route Tia Presque Isle. Sur- 
veyed ^y W. P. Parrott, in 1812. Settled by Nathaniel Churchill and 
««hers about ltt9. Inc. Feb. 25, 1861, and named for Got. Washbnrn. 
Population— 18T0, a9; 1880, 809 : 1890, 1097. Yaluatlon. 1870— Polls, 100; 
Estates. •68.021; 1880— Polls, 157; Estates, $100,243; ISOO-Polls, 270; 
Eslateft, $215,811. 

JPo#fMSff «#«#*#— James M. Story ; East, Geo. Easier. 
/9as«<JiMt»-Tumer WiUey, D. A. Pratt, John L. McDonald. 
r0wu Cterk—W. S. Farnham. 
Vrea»frer—Vred. L. Farnham. 
€7«ffee#or— Geo. R. Stoddard. 
CmtutahUa—J. B. Harris, A. B. Humphrey. 
achmmi Snperf>iamr—Vf . B. Crouse. 

jyMsrtff^r-AfealiA-F. H.Gardiner, sec., L.H.Ballard. A. L. Hatch. 
Cter^gineH—R. A. Patten, Bap. 



Mtmmmer—W. P. Allen (Caribou). 
JfHBtice. 



•FH«fi«««— James M. Story, March 15, 1888; Rossel A. Shaw, Jan. 28, 
188&, Quorum. 

Fk99UUitu-^V. H. Gardiner, H. S. Sleeper. 

•If err*aM#«— Farnham Bros., R. A. Shaw, Tomer Willey, general 
stores; N. A. Hinea, dry and foncy goods and millimiry; L. S. Hale, 
Rogers and Brown, meats and provision;*. 

JtraHmfactHrera—T. H. Pliair, starch, lumber, starch barrels and 
shingles; Farnham Bros., shingles; N.P.Nelson, M. McCnbrey. smiths; 
G. C. Shaw, carriages; J. B. Harris, A. L. Hatch, builders ; Loristan 
Brown, harnesses, boots and shoes; Miss F. £. Storey, dressmaker; Eastf 
T. H. Phalr, starch factory. 

JLi*rifry— Washburn Town, tree. 

Barbeit—^. Gibson. 

Jtf<9«ry Siabie—T>. J. Turner. 

WnttHrmfee 000remf§'-J. B. Harris, R. A. Shaw, S. D. Shaw. 

acM0pi—Free High, 



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ANNUAL BEQISTBR OF MAINE. 



^BamHua—I. O. O. F.— Industry, No. 112, Tues. 3/cwo»»— Wasbburn. 
No. 193, Wed. on or before foil moon. /. O. G. T.— Washburn, No. 49, Sat. 
G. A. /?.— S. W. Stratton, No. 165; Woman's Relief Corps. W. C. T. U. 

Bmieir-B. G. Wilder. 

TVE©TO]V. 

Thirty miles S. of HouHon. on stage-line to Danforth. Formerly known 
as Hampden Academy Grant. Incorporated March 17, 1836. Popula- 
tion— 1860,292; .1860, 894; 1870, 394; 1880, 419 ; 1890. 404. Valuation. 1860 
—Polls, 85; Estates. $12,230; 1870— Polls, 86; Estates, $49,846; 1880— 
Polls, 98; Estates, $62,179; 1890 -Polls, 92; Estates, $51,904. 
FoBima»ier»—GhBS, W. Glark; Hooeie, Mrs. Emma Logan. 
Seleeiamem—Fraiili Gilpatrick; Danforth P. O., Geo. H. Springer; 
Boxie, Jas. £. Faulkner. 
^ r0wu Cterh—C\\HA, W. Clark. 
T^reuamrer—V, W. Putnam. 
CmUeeim-— Thomas S. Gilpatrick. 

ComMiaMe»—John C. Foss, Thomas S. Gilpatrick, Frank Smart. 
ScMm^l Ctmmiitee—V. W. Putnam, E. J. Earle, Jas. Dingee. 
Bomra of BeattM—Q. W. Brannen, sec, G. W. Moody, F. Gilpatriek. 
^'/ler^t^yMMiM— Supplies, Meth. ; yacant, Bap, 

SMBtieea—Y. W, Putnam. Apr. 27, 1887; J. P. Foss, Mar. 2, 1887, THal, 
•1!rerr*aM#— Arthur Megguier, general stores. 

1V00I>1L.A.]VI>. O 

Sixty miles N. W. of Houlton, via Caribou. On stace line firom Caribou to 
Ferham Plant. Formerly Township 14, Range 8, W. E. L. S. Organised 
into Woodland Plantation, 1861. Incorp. March 6, 1880. Population— 
1870, 174; 1880. 679; 1880, 885. Valuation, 1880— Polls, 137; Estates, $77,- 
639; 189a-Polls,224; Estates, $170,612. 
M'0»tma»ier— Number One, S. W. Fields. 
SUsteeimei^— Henry B. Pratt (Cariboo P. O.), A. J. Johanson, Darwin 

Eddy. 
»^ rmteu Clerk— W. A. Thayer (Caribou). 

. gVfg sw f cr — C. E. Washburn (Caribou). 
Cmtutabie attd Cmiieeior—D, A. Snowman. 
ScUmmt 8mperwi99r—\f . E. Dorman. 



CUrgmmaHr-W aeaxii, Meth.; J. S Green, Chwrch of God. 

Juatice— Henry B. Pratt, Nov. 4, 1890, Qiwrum. 

•l!f;«r<?*iMi##— Goodwin & Co., Carlton & Beroe (Caribou P. O.), general 



stores. 

J9taiM§faciHr€ra — Goodwin & Hackett, steam saw and grist mill; 
Geo. A. Smith (Caribou); A. W. Allyn (Caribou), Carlton & Berce (Car- 
ibou P.' O.). shingles. 

•f «s«'«M— i. O. G. T, 

JL.TJluX.CkA.&lrlL I^JLiAulVTATIOlV. 

One hundred and sixty miles N. N. W. of Houlton. Thirty miles fi-om 
Fort Kent. Settled principally by English. Formerly Townships Nos. 
16 and 17, Ranges 10 and 11. Organized June 24, 1886; and named from 
the Allagash river. Population— 1890, 88. 

Po&t-officeSt. Francis. 

•€M«Mor*— Luther Henderson. Thomas Gardner, Samuel Haflbrd. 
Vierh mu4 SVeosMrer— Luther Henderson. 



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CmHttahie mnd CmUeefmr—W. H. Henderaon. 
School SHperviMor—Lnther Henderson. 
mffxHMfaetMrer^Jos. McBriarty, meal and floor. 
Boieis—L. Henderson, Thos. Oardner, John Casey. 

Ten miles south of Houlton, on stage route to Danforth on Me. Cent. R. R. 
Organized as No. 11, R 1 plantation, June 80» 1869. Organized as Carr 
plantation, Jan. 27. 1883. Population— 1870, 274; 1880. 413: 1890, 390. 
Valuation, 1870— Polls, 49; Estates, $20,850; 18d0-PoUs, 74; Estates, 
$20,230; 1890-PolU,86; Estates, $37,578. 

Fo»iamamier—Mwi8ur*8 MiUs^ Mrs. R. J. Oliver. 

•€»»e»»or»—No. Amity P. O., Wm.Reed; Daniel Libby, Reuben Haney. 

Cierh—lmemAn A. Williams. 

Vrea»9W€r—Man8ur*8 Milfst J. I. Oliver. 

Coiieeioi^-No. Amity P. O. David Moore. 

ComMiahle—Mans^ir'a Alill^ S. S. 3eamans. 

School Commiiiee—No. Amity P. O., William Reed, Hiram Tracy. 

C-'/crA-wMteM— Ephraim K. Drew (Hodgdon P. O,), Bap. ; W. Lonergan 
(Houlton P. O.), Oath. 

Jfterchami9—Mwi8ur*9 MillSy Norton & Bradbury, general stores. 

mltauMfacinrer»—l^orUm & Bradbury, starch factory and steam saw 
mill ; Willard Oliver, smith. 

Fifty-five miles N. W. of Houlton. On stage line ftrora Presque Isle to Ash- 
land. Pop.— 1870. 237; 1880—419; 1890, fQ7. Valuation, 1870— Polls, 67; 
Estates. $20,053; 1880— PoUs, 80; Estates, $27,686; 1890— Polls, 121; Es- 
tates, $90,758. 

JP»##«ta*#€r— Henry Tilley. 

^»»eg»or»—E. G. Tilley; MapleUm P. O., J. W. Dudley; M. K. Hilton. 
Clerk— Geo. H. Brown. 
VreaMnrer—L. K. Tilley. 

Colleeior and CouBiahU—Mapletmi P. O., A. M. Dudley. 
CouMiables—E. G. Tilley, O. A. Fields; Mapleton P 0., Douglas Jackson. 
School SnperriMor—l,. K. Tilley. 

CfergifiHet*-~Jo\m Waddell,Jr. (Res.), Univ.,' Vacant, JSop. 
lRMM»iciaM-C. E. Dow. 
J^HMtice—L. K. Tillev, June 11. 1889, Quorum.. 
JfMerchaHi — L. K. Tilley, ^oceries and provisions. 
JfMaMufactnr€r»—J . H. Tilley & Bros., Edward Tarr (also bees and 
honey) (Mapleton P. O.), bee-bives. 
Bigh School— Flon, Winslow. 
Mofelr-n. P. Smith. 
JP. or J7.— Castle Hill, No. 260. 

Sixty miles N. of Houlton, on stage line ftrom Fort Fairfield to Van Bnren. 
Ongiually Township F, R. 1. Organized under name of Pleasant Ridge 
Plantation in 1878. Reorganized under present name in 1879. Popula- 
tion— 1870, 67; 1880, 326; 1890, 212. Valuation, 1880— Polls, 64; Estates, 
$17,879; 189(>-Polls,41; Estates, $36,288. 



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S90 ANNUAI. BSOISTBB OF MAINE. 



JPM#«MM#er— Chas. E. Beale. 

•€»»e»Mor»—C. £. Beale, L. F. Potter, W. A. True. 

Cterk—C. B. Beale. 

2rrca#Hrer— David Knox. 

CoUeeimr-1,. F. Potter. 

CoH»iabUs—W. A. True. 

Sehmml SMpemvUmr—C. E. Beale. 

Cierjfjfmau—E. O. Smith (Limestone P..O.), Meth. 

JttmmHfaeiHrtr—J . Masters, lumber. 

Forty-flre miles N. N. "W. of Honlton, via Presque Isle. Formerly Town 
ship No. 11, R. 3. Organized 1874. Population, 1870—40; 1880, 166; 1890 
231. Valuation, 1880— Polls, 42; Estates, f 11,815. 

Po«^«^e— Mapleton. 

•#«#«!««•>-«— Sam'l D. Grindell, Millard Fillmore, £. G. McLaughlin. 
CUrh—l&. C. McLaughlin. 
Vretunrer mmd Coiteetor— Worth. Grindell. 
CoH»iabU—\Y. Grindell. 
aehmmi Sfti0er9ismr—W . H. Frost. 
Cler^t^yMMU^— Vacant, Bap. ; supplied, Meth. 

M[amMfmci9urer» — M. Patchy, carpenter; A. L. Grindell, stone mason; 
B. G. Cook, latkB, pickets and grist mill. 

COIVIVOTI I^IL. JLTVT JLTION. O 

Sixty miles N. of Honlton, on stage-line from Caribou to Van Bnren. 
Formerly Letter K, R. 2. Organized 1877. Named after Gov. Selden 
Connor. Population— 1870, 182; 1880,263; 1890,626. 

M'ostimaster— Acadia. Louis Dionne. 

mMg»e»»or»—E\i Thibodeau, Herbert Saftain, Luc Pelletier. 

Cfer*— Narcis Lessor. 

2Vea«iffrer— Louis Dionne. 

CoUectmr—Lue Pelletier. 

C'oH»tmbte—Pa.ul Soucy. 

Schooi CmamtMiitee—JoMifh. Faeoe, Luc Pelletier, Narcis Lissor. 

€fier0fffu$au—{). O. Gingras (No. Lyndon), Union Ch. 

J9ferchaHt»~-L. Dioune,Xi. Peltier, general stores. 

J9fa»u9fa€iMmer—L. Dionne, lumber. 

O R Y»T AH. I»1L. JL2VT JIlTIO^V. Q 

Thirty miles S. W. of Houlton, on stage-line flrom Houlton to Patten. 
Formerly Township No. 4, R. 5. Organized 1840. Population— 1870, 250; 
1880, 275 ; 1890, 297. Valuation, 18<0— Polls, 66; Eaktes. $82,115; 1880 
-"Polls, 78; Estates, $52,506; 1890— Polls, 66 ; Estates, $73,789. 
JPo*#ma##€r— Edna B. Walker. 

•M»»eii»or»—Wm. C. Hackett, Robert McKeen, Levi L.-Hackett. 
Cfer*— John S. Corliss. 
SVe4MMr«r— J.ohn S. Corliss. 
C#lfec#or— Eugene L. Thorn. 
C«M«fa^fe«— Eugene L. Thorn, Stillman Buxton. 
Schooi SuperwiBoir—Mxs. Lucia E. Fairfield. 
^ii##^e— Chas. C. Perry, March 25, 1890, Trial, 



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Cierg9mumn-3. N. Noble (New Limerick P. O.)* F. Bap. 

E^ibrmrWi CireHlmiim^f—Ednti B. Walker, librarian. 

J^rmmmrmeinrert— Albert Corliss, smith ; Whitman H. Coffin (Patten 
P. O.), R. G. Noyes, carpenters; John 8. Corliss, carriage maker; R. G. 
Koyes, saw mill. 

Serenty miles north of Hoalton. On stage line from Cariboa to Van Bu« 
ren. Named after the Cyr family, the most numerous in the Madawaska 
territory. Population-1860, 218: 1870. 876; 1880,558; 1890, 4S». Valua- 
tion, 1880-Pofls, 82; Estates, $28,066; 1890-Poll8, 71 ; Est., $63,299, 

Post-office— Yask Buren. 

•€««eM«r»— E<lward Cyr, Francis Madore, Pater Ouellette. 

Cterk— Joseph Lapierre jr. 

C^teeimr—bedime Morin jr. 

C^M«#a*fe«— Bdward Cyr. A. Madore. 

SeM00t Sttpervi^mr— Edward Cyr. 

•VwMiirer— Xavier Onellette. 

Jm:a»u9fmeimr€r -Feter Onellette 2d. 

Twenty miles W. S. W. of Houlton, by stage via Sm3rrna Millfl. Popular 
tion— 1870, 129; 1880, 172; 1890, 221. Valuation, 1880-Polls, 42; Estates, 
$35,582. 

JPM#«t««#«r-WiUiam H. Kelly. 
•€«««M«r*— H. a. White, D. N. Gookscm, B. C. Powers. 
Cierk— Am R. Hall. 
SVMMjfrer— A. F. Lou^ee. 
CmuaUt^le mmd CmUeetor—H^. B. Lilley. 
Settmmt SmpervUor—John L. Monlton. 

Jtt»ii€e9—Jo\m In Moultou, July 24, 1885; Seward Clough, April 27, 
1886, Quorum. 
Ctergmtmmm Supplies. Meth. 
JtrercMoui— Smyrna MilU P. O., J. E. Tarbell. 
«W«»MAM;#Mrer#— Seward Clough, pumps: W. R. White, carpenter. 

One himdred miles N. N. W. of Houlton, via Ashland. Thirty-six miles 
ftrom Ashland, twelve miles from Fort Kent. Settled in 1840, by Sefroi 
Nadeau, a Canadian Frenchman, and Richard Woods, an Irishman. 
Organized in 1856, and named Eagle Lake from the fkot of its being 
fi^nented by the white-headed eagle. Popuhition— 1870, 148; 1880, 288; 
xo90, 813. 

f*««#«t««#er— William Brown. 

•€««e#««>-#— Vetal Devon, Dominique Laferriere, Felix Thibodeau. 
Cterh—J. M. Brown. 
VreoBHrer — Peter Gafn^on. 
€oH»tabie mmd Cm fiector— Fred Bfichaad. 

School Comimitiee—Wm. Brown, Vetal Devon, Damas Vaillanconrt. 
Cier^gmtem—JoB. Marcoux (Wallagrass Fl. P. O.), Ckitk.; M. R. Keep 
(Ashland), Epis. 
Flbwaieimm—Fon Kent P. O., Felix G. Sirois. 
J^fammfmctmrer — Dominique Laferriere, grist and saw mill. 
Boiel— Eagle Lake Exchange, C. Dubay. 



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OATtF'IElL.O I»lL.A.lVTJLTION". C> 

Formerly No. 11, Range 6. Joins Ashland on the west. Organized for 
election purposes, ApriflS, 1885. Population in 1870, 51; 1880, 80 ; 1890, 86. 
Post-office — Ashland. 

•/autetMora—W . L. Bartlett, E. D. Bartlett, Chas. H. McQuarrie. 

Cterk—C. H. McQuiirrie. 

Vreasfnrer—lTA F. Clayton. 

CotUetmr—E. Bartlett. 

CmM»iftble—J. Eastman. 

Sek—i Sutfer9iMmr—W. L. Bartlett. 

01L.ElVi;VOOT> I»lL.A.lVTA.TIO]V.C^ 

Thirty-two miles-S. S. W. of Houlton, 84 miles N. E. of Bangor, on stage 

line from ELingman on the Maine Central Railroad to Haynesville. First 

settled by Seth Spaulding, from Dover, Me., in 1838. Population— 1H70, 
, 186; 1880, 198; 1890, 188. Valuation, 1870— Polls, 44; Estates, $27,408; 

1880— Polls, 53; Estates, f 28.845. 

Fo9ttmmster—C. H. Jenkins. 

•tf««e«««r«— F. H. Putnam, L T. Carll, A. B. Jenkins. 

Ctertt—K. B. Prouty. 
. Cmiiector—A.. Austm. 

VrentMrer—A. B. Prouty. 

SrM00f SHperri»ar—Mn. M. L Prouty. 

JSoarti of Mfeaith—A. Austin, A. B. Prouty, W. H. Pierce. 

•r#f##<<?«— Wm. H. Grant, Dec. 10, 1889, Quorum. 

Cter^fgmau—M., S. Siprelle, Mefh. 

Jfterchaut9—C. H. Jenkins, R. Jenkins & Sons. 

JUMaMufactnrera—F. A. Braun, smith; Elisha Gilpatrick & Co., G. E. 
Clark, lumber. 

h:a.m:il.t]v i^x^a-ivtattoiv. q 

Seventy miles north of Houlton. On stage line flrom Fort Fairfield to Van 

Buren. Named in honor of Hon. Hannibai Hamlin. Population— 1860, 

607; 1870, 658; 1880,612; 1890,484. Valuation, 1800— Polls, 75; Estates, 

$12,881: 1870— Polls, 96; Estates. $28,218; 1880— Polls, 84; Estates, $88,- 

687; 1890— Polls, 72; Estates, $72,939. 

FoatMMtfer—Thos. Smith. 

t/taaetBorB— Van Buren P. O., Thos. Keegan, Thos. Smith, John Cyr. 
f ' Cler*— Thomas Keegan (Van Buren P. O.) 

VreoBitrer— John Cyr (Van Buren P. O.) 

CouBiahfeB—Lson&rd Farrell, Xavier Cyr jr. 

Co##«clor— Leonard Farrell. 

JSfchooi Comtmiitee—Van Buren P. O., Thos. Smith, Damas Paradis, 
Xavier Cyr jr. 

Bmarm b^" JBeatiM— Thos. Keegan, Thos. Smith, John Cyr. 

•#«##^c#— Thomas Smith, AprillS, 1890, Quorum: F. W. Keegan, Nov. 
24, 1886, Trial. 

JIMmumikg€turer— Isidore Martin, saw-mill. 

Jtrerrkmrnt—XAYier Cyr jr., general stores. 

MIJLCWJLHOC I»1L.A2VTA.TI01V. Q^ 

Half township, forty-five miles S. S. E. of Houlton, and six and a half 
miles N. of M. C. R. R. at Kingman. On military road from Ban- 



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ABOOSTOOK COUNTY. 298 

gor to HouItoD. Formerly No. 1, R. 4. Settled in 1886, and orf^anized 

as a plantation December 16, 1851. Population— 1860, 202; 1870, 170; 

1880, 187; 1890, 216. Valuation, 1870-Poll8, 43; Estates, «41,407; 1880 

—Polls. 40; Estates, $25,917; 1890— Polls, 65 ; Estates, $86,198. 

FouimatierB—E. W. Robinson; Murray, Melissa Martin. 

»€««e«#«i*«— D. Alexander, E. A. Buck, Chas. A. Shannon. 
— ' e'fer*— Frank E. Libby. 
, Vrea»t9rer—F. A. Randall. 

CoUeefr-^F. P. Kimball. 

€oH»tabie»—A. P. Butterfleld, F. P. Kimball. 

Schmmi 8»perf>4»0r—F. P. Kimball. 

JtrerchauiM—M. Johnson, E. W. Robinson, dry goods and groceriet. 

JfMaMMfaeinrera — John McOausland, long and short lumber, R. H. 
Martin, carpenter; Bradbury Bros. (New Limerick), steam shingle mill. 

BoaraiHff'tunue—X. S. Knight. 

'Si/L:EyRlXLTJI^ iPlL.A.lVTA.TI03V.a 

Twenty miles "W. of Houlton. Formerly Township No. 6,R.4. Organ- 
ized 1876. Population— 1860, 106; 1870, 118; 1880, 206; 1890, 244. VcSua- 
tion, 1880- Polls, 87; Estates, $16,606 ; 1890— Polls, 66; Estates, $64,886. 

Po«<-oj?fcc— Smyrna Mills. 
»€««6««or«— George F. Lilley, John H. Gardner, Sumner Lindsay. 
^-. C'ler*— Geo. F. Lilley. 

SV«a«tw*«r— Enoch R. Gardner. 

Ctuiabte aud CmUecior—E. L. Gardner. 

School Smi0err4iittr-^»A. C. Sholler. 

Board of JBemith—ihHi. F. Lilley, J. H. Gardner) Sumner Lindsay. 

CtergmmaM—Q. F. Lilley, Meth. 

Fhwaiciau—J. H. Lindsay. 

jH9iieea—J. H. Lindsay, Mar. 1, 1887, Quorum : James G. Sholler, Mar. 

16, 1888, Trial. 
JfMattHfktetHrera—Fraxik. Titcomb (Houlton), grist mill. 
JfTerehaMi—E. R. Gardiner, general stores. 

M:oL.xjivK:t7ei i»iL.AivTATioT«r.o 

Sixty-flve miles N.N.E. of Bangor, and seven miles from Maine Central 
R. R. at Mattawamkeag. On dally stage line ft*om Mattawamkeag to 
Patten. Reorganized as Plantation in 1883. Organization given up. 
Population— 1870, 61; 1880,76; 1890, 77. 
FoaiimuBter—SoiUh, M. Johnson. 
^•f*f^€— Melville Johnson, Sept. 11, 1884, Quorum, 
J^erchaut—HL. Johnson, general stores. 
JftaunfaciMrer—W. Shannon, smith. 
Eiiwerw Siatie—B. P. Cobum. 
Bottir-Molunhus Exchange, B. F. Cobnm. 

Twenty-four miles west of Houlton. On stage line from Patten to Ash- 
land. Settled 1887, by Lewis, Bradford, and Brown. Organized into a 
plantation under name of Rockabema, in 1850. Name changed in 1860. 
Population— 1870, 107; 1880,171; 1890, 199. Valuation, 188^Poll8, 39: 
Estates, $46,698; 1890-Polls, 55; Estates, $58,407. 
. JPo«#»t«i##€r— Miss Martha Bates. 
•##«e««or«— Chas. Bates, Daniel Darling, C. M. Condon. 
--^ Clcr*— Lysander Darling. 



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Vremgnrer—m. F. Bradford. 

CmHaimble uud CoUeeior—Tj. A. Bates. 

Sehmmi Commiiiee—A. E. Bradford, Ella Chase, Hattie Barton. 

€iergymMt§—G. H. Ferguson, Meth.: A. P. Nell. 

JwttiiJeeg^Q. A. P. Bryant, Dec. 30, 1887, Quorum: L. W. Kilgore, Mar. 
2, 1887, Trial. 

J9terehaui~J. R. Bates, general stores. 

JfMaHnfactnrera—W. H. Bates, John Mitchell, lomber and grist mill ; 
C. A. & S. Chase, shingles. *' 

Sixty-flve miles N. N. W. of Houlton. On stage-line ftrom Ashland to Port 
Kent. Organized AprU 17, 1889. Population— 1890, 34. 
•#«««Mor«— Chas. Clark, E. A. Hill, Wilber Sutherland. 
€'l€rlt—A. Heney. 
rr€a»Mr€r—E. A. HUL 
Collector— Henry McCormac. 
C«M«#«Me-^acob Mosher. 
Schmoi Coamamiiiee—A. Henry, Jacob Mosher. 

N"Ei;V OA.1VA.OJL I»1^A]VTJlTIO^.O 

Seven miles south of Fort Kent. Formerly No. 17, R. 6. Organized Casco 

Plantation Nov. 9, 1881, and named from the Canadian French who Dved 

there. Population— 1870, 88; 1880,177; 1890,301. 
7*o«^<>^e— Fort Kent. 

•#«*M##r#— B. M. Daigle, Vital Daigle, Adolphe Dub« jr. 

#^*lcr*— Alsime Dai^e. 

VreaMHrer—Thos. Daigle. 

ComafaHe mud CWfeefar— Dominique A. Daigle. 

SeMmmi Swtper9i»or—Thos. Daigle. 

Cler^yMtaM— Father Burqne, (kith. 

J9rmHHfacimrer§—Yital Daigle, C^iarles Ronssean, lumber. 

NEW ©WEI>E2V I*lL.A.PrTA.TION. c> 

Wxty-two miles N. N. W. of Houlton, and eight miles N. W. of Oariboiu 
Originally Township No. 16, Range 8. Settled by flftv colonists ftom 

. Sweden, under the direction of the Hon. "W. W. Thomas jr., Com- 
missioner of Immigration. July 28, 1870. Organized into a plantation 
April 6, 1876. The colony is a thrifty and successful agricultural com- 
munity, and has attracted to Maine a thousand Swedish immigrants in 
addition to its own numbers, located in evenr section of the State. 
Population, 1880, 617; 1890, 707. Valuation, ifeO-Polls, 120; Estates, 
$22,041 ; 1890— Polls, 108; Estates, $107,832. 
JP0«#«ita«#er— Mrs. A. Wiren. 

•a#«eMor«— Lars Lnndvall, O. H. Nelson, L. P. Larson. 
. Clerk— A. F. Ulrich. 
Vrea»Hrer—E. Ringdahl, 
Colleeior—A. F. Ulrich. 
CoMMtahleM— Erich Ringdahl, A. F. Ulrich. 
Board of MfealiM—E. Ringdhl, Olof Anderson, J. G. Uppling. 
School SMperwUor—A. F. Ulrich. 
Clerftmm§eu—J. Hollstrom. Bap. 
JuMiice-A. F. Ulrich, April 3, 18^9. 

JfterchattiB—JvMoh Hedman, O. Iverson, Gftrdiner & Co., genM storos. 
JmamHfaeit9rer9—0. W. GARDNER & CO., starch and shingles; O. 

Iverson, Lars Stadig, Jacob Hedman, shingles. 



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Fifteen miles west-south-west fk'om Honlton, by stage route yia Linnem. 

Orgmnized a plantation April 17, 1866. Population— 1870. 569; 1880, 

636: 1890, 720. Valuation, 1870-Poll8-116 : Estates, $25,068; 188»- 

Polfs, 140; Estates, $41,100; 1890— Polls, 157; Estates, $105,177. 

JPM#»ta«#«r— W. H. Gerrish. 

•€9»e»g0r»—C. S. Lon^ee, A. Smart, H. H. Plummer. 

ricr*- Franklin S. Higgins. 

Vremsmrei'— John Lougee. 

CmMwtatJe and CoUeeimr—Geo. J. Reynard. 

Sehmmt amsfermismr—Ynnk B. Soule. 

Board mf WiemMth-^. S. Lougee, A. Smart, H. H. Plummer. 

Cterg^mam—1&. Bamford, Bap. 

JHsiiee—Wm, H. Gerrish, Feb. 6, 1889, Quorum. 

Jffereibuuig— Albert Smart, W. H. Gerrish. 

JWaHmfmciHrerB—AAron D. Weeks> lumber; J. D. B. Clark, Robert 
McElman, smiths. 

Forty-fiye miles north-west of Houlton, and 180 ft'om Bangor. Settled in 
1840. Organized as No. 9, R. 6 Plantation, in 1848. Organised as Ox- 
bow in 1870. Population— 1850, 118; 1860, 127; 1870, 100; 1880, 127. 1890, 
94. Valuation, 1880-Polls, 24; Estates, $18,917. 

Po«^-o#oe— Masardis. 
JPM#jM«M#er— W. T. Libby. 

•MaaeMBmrB—C C. Libby, I. L. Junkins, A. H. Currier. 
CUrh—C. C. Libby. 
av««#*tr«r— Geo. W. Junkins. 
CoUeetmr-G. Swett. 
r#iM#aMe— A. H. Currier. 

mthmmt Cotmmiiiee—K. H. Hayden, John Keating, G. C. Libby. 
SmBiice^C. C. Libby, Aug. 9, 1887, Quorum. 
mmietB-C. C. LiDby, J. A. Willard. 

PXSIillJLlMC I»1L.A.I^TJLTI02V.O 

Sixty-four miles N. N. W. of Houlton. via Caribou. Settlement commenced 
in 1860 by citizens from Oxford and Franklin counties. Named in honoF 
of Governor Sidney Perham.. of Paris. Contains a valuable iron mine, 
yielding about forty-foar per cent of iron, and f^-ee from sulphur. Or- 
ganized as a plantation in 1867. Population, 1870— 79; 1880,846; 1890, 
m. Valuation, 1870— Polls, 26; Estates, $12,906; 1880— Polls, 99; Bi- 
tates, $31,078; 1890— Polls, 112; Estates, $113,011. 
FmBimBmBier—Bast. May F. Spaulding. 
•MBBeBB0rB—B. K. Blackstone, W. H. Bragdon, Mark G. Peary. 
Cierk, and VremBmrer—Ecut, Charles I. Spaulding. 
CoOectT—W. L. Mclntire. 
C»i»##«*fe— Henry Spear. 
Sehomi CmmBmiiiee—B. R. Blackstone, James Nutting; East, O. I.. 

Spaulding. 
JHBiieeB—JsLmea Nutting. March 25, 1890; W. H. Bragdon, Jan. 6, 

1891, Quorum. 
•ftertituiM f<— Good win & Barton, general stores. 
•VojMfAsefMrerf— Goodwin k Barton, long lumber, shingles; B. R. 

Blackstone, maple candy; Phair & Stevens, starch. 
J*. •/* JV.— Perham, No. 165, Sat. 



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296 ANNUAL BEGISTEB OF MAINE. 

Seyenty-flve miles N. N. W. of HoultoQ, via Ashland. On stage-line from 
AshJand to Fort Kent. Formerly Township No. 18, R. 6. Organised 
1872. Named from the lalte and its •♦ carry." Population— 1870, 1&; 1880, 
132; 1890, 140. Valuation, 1880— Polls, 29; Estates, ^23,018. 
JPo«#M»a4rfer— Orren Stevens. 
9M»»eM§orM—^. G. Stevens, Chas. Ross, Jas. Lanagan. 
Cierh and Vreannrer—Orrea. Stevens. 
CoSteci0r—ChB». Ross. 
C/oM«#a*le— Millard Brown. 
8cho0i Snpervismr—Wm.. Segee. 
•l(faMM/a<;#Mrer— Millard Brown, sleds and smith. 
JV«#e/— Henry Hay ward. 

Thirty-six miles S. S. "W. of Houlton, on military road. On M. C. R. R. 
seventy-six miles N. K. of Bangor. On stage-line from Kingman, on M. 
C. R. R., to Haynesville. Formerly Township No. 1, R. 3. First settled 
by John ClilTora from Dover, in 1830. Portion of Drew Plant, annexed 
March 6, 1889. Populaiion— 1860, 72; 1870,54; 1880,109; 1890,203. Val- 
uation, 1880— Polls, 26; Estates, $45,451. 

JP0«#<Ma«fer#— Sarah J. Clifford; Wytopitlock, W. T. Staples. 
t4i§M€»§or9— Wytopitlock, H. O. Perry, U. £. Band, Bruce Springer. 
Cierh— Wytopitlock, W. T. Staples. 
Vreu9Hrer — Wytopitlock^ A. M. Rollins. 
CoUectmr— Wytopttlock—D. F. Marble. 
CoButabie— Wytopitlock , A. M. Rollins. 
Sckooi Snpervinor— Wytopitlock^ H. E. Rand. 
d£rA'yiM«iM— Vacant, Aieth. 
^«f«f7(r€— Edward Plummer, Oct. 28, 1889, Trial. 

JfMerchauts— Wytopitlock, W. T. Staples, Gorham Rollins, confec- 
tionery ; Bruce Springer, general stores. 
J^auHfactMrerg— Wytopitlock, L. Bell. G. Rollins, E. Howard, smiths. 
JBoieS—J. J. Fogg. 



Sixty miles N. N. W. of Houlton, via Presque Isle. On stage-line from 
Presque Isle to Ashland. Originally Township No. 12, R. 6. Formerly 
Buchanan Plantation. Organized as Sheridan in 1873. Population^ 
1870, 69; 1880, 86; 1890,221. 

Post-office— AshlAnd. 

Half township, forty miles S. W. of Houlton, via Sherman. Nineteen miles 
N. W. of M. C. R. R. at Kingman. Formerly the east half of No. 2, R. 5. 

. Organized a plantation, Juiy 20, 1863. First settled 1858. Population— 
18f4, 184; 1880, 229; 1890, 196. Valuation, 1880— Polls, 68; Estates, $16,- 
662; 1890— Polls, 66; Estates, $43,200. 

Fo&taHuier—Monarda, Wm. H. St. John. 

•MBgengors—ChoB. H. Hayden, Wm. H. St. John, James L. Smith. 

Cferic- Joseph T. Getchell. 

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AROOSTOOK COITKTT. 297 

9Ve«w«trer— Francis Smith. 
C-oUeeior and C^usia^le— John D. Leen. 
Schooi Sa^er9i»mr—Chaa. H. Hayden. 
Cierff^utam — ^Vacant, Cong. ; vacant, Meth. 
JmBiiee—ChtA. H. Hajden, April 8. 1889, Quorum. 
mftereMami — Wm. H. St. John, general storei. 
19i€t€h»miHb—8. F. Kneeland. 
J7«le#-Joaeph Weeton. 

One hnndred and forty-five miles N. N. W. of Houlton, via Cariboa, Tan 
Buren, and Fort Kent. Fifteen miles ft*om Fort Kent, terminus of state 
line. Settled by Acadian and Canadian French. Population — 1870. 258: 
1880, 299 ; 1890, 461. Valuation, 1880— Polls, 62; Estates, $20,840; 1890— 
Polls, 84; Estates, $88,652. 
JP«#r«Mi«#er— Ellen Connors. 
. atf^^eMtfr*— Theodore Bouchard, Fred Thibodeau, Chas. Jones. 
^ Cl^rA— Xavier Cyr. 

2rr€«#fir«r— Cyril Pelletier. 

CoUecior—OliYer Harvy. 

€m»utahie»—J . B. Pelletier, Chas. Dupere. 

ScM00i Comumiiiee— Holmes Morisson, Chas. Jones, Oliver Uarvey. 

JftanHfaeiMrer—XtkYier Cyr, lumber and grist mill. 

JV#f elt— Neil McLean, Cyril Pelletier. 

ST. JOHIV £»ILiA.lVTJLTI02V. O 

One hundred and thirty-three miles N. N. W. of Honlton. Seven miles 

ft>om Fort Kent, by stage-line to St. Francis. Settled by Acadian French. 

Population, 1370—127; 1880, 166; 1890, 226. 

tM»9egiimr»—W. M. Cyr, Joseph Labe, Vital Daigle. 

Cterk—yr. M. Cyr. , 

Vreusmrer— Job. Labe. 

C^uaimhte aud C^iieeior—TrtLnk Berube. 

SeM00l Comtmitiee—Ramond Daigle, Duncan Sinclair, W. M. Cyr. 

JVierekuutM-^JeBae J. Wheelock, Duncan Sinclair, general stores. 

JftauHfaeinrerM—Jeaae J. Wheelook, grist mill; Page& Wheelock, 
starch : D. Sinclair, lumber. 

JV#f «f-W. M. Cyr. 

Fifty-four miles N. N. W. of Honlton, via Washburn. First settled in 

1846. Originally Township No. 18, R. 4. Organized 1859; organization 

lost 1862: reorganized May 2, 1874. Pop.— 1870, 76; 1880, 181; 1890, 158. 

Valuation. 1880— Polls, 24; Estates, $10,165. 
Pos<-oj?Zcc— Washburn. 

»fMe«#«r«— Stephen W. Holmes, Richard McDonald, Llewellyn Curtis. 

Clerifc— Hanford B. Fields. 

treasurer— Geo. W. Craig. 

CoUeetor—EdwBxd Smith. 

Sehmmi Sttpervisor— Stephen W. Holmes. 

Board 0f MMeaUMS. W. Holmes, C. O. Randall. 

.rw*#<c«— Stephen W. Holmes, Nov. 24, 1886, Quorum. 

J9tmmH^€i€it$r€r—Vrwak Therianlt, maple sugar. 
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One hundred and ten miles N. N. W. of Hoolton, via Ashland. Ei^^t 

miles Bonth of Fort Kent, with which it has chief connection. Settied by 

Canadian French. PopnlatiOB, 1870, 297; 1880, 481 ; 1890, 595. Yaloa- 

tion, 1880-Poll8, 86; Estates, f22>OM; 1890— P<^8, 106; Est., $4d,664. 
Po«<-Oj^lc6— Fort Kent. 

•#M«M#r«— Napoleon Labe. Henry Sancier, Geo. St. Gennain. 

Clerk— moi Michaud. 

C0H»fa^l€ mmd CpHUeeior—i^* Saucier, 

Clerg^tmtut—tf oa. Marconx, Cath, 

aV««»*Mr«r— Peter Soncier. 

Svkoof €mmmifte€—I>9,mM Mlchftudi Geo. Labe, Jos. MarcoTMt. 

Jir#fel— Richard Lab«. 

Thirtj-two wiles aorth of Honiton. On the stage line to upper Aroostook. 

Formed ft>om Deerfield and Westfleld Academy Grants. P<^ulatlon— 

1870,76; 1880. 103; 1890, 166. Valuation, 1870--Poil«, 17; Estates, $20^ 

869; I88O-P0U8, 29; Estates, $94,426. 

JP««#IMa«<(pr— John N. Tmeworthy. 

•€«««Mor«— Cyrus Chase, C. H. Blaisdell, Frank B. Day. 

C'fer*— A. C.Dodge. 

Vretuurer^-W . B. Day. 

CmUeeior—A. S. Jewell. 

CmtiMiaNe—W. ^. Lawrence. 

SeUmoi Strp er tf i B^r—JL. C. DodM. 

^•M#^«— Cyrus Chase, Feb. 20, 1889, Qiforum. 

Jftaiu*r«iteinr€r$—t,. A. Blaisdell, bee hives and honey; W. O. Fish^, 
wheelwright and smith; Bangor Edge Tool Co., peavy stoocs. 

MMmtei—Westfield House, J. N. Tmeworthy. 

If^uB^y-imo miles N. N. W. of Honiton. Formerly Ko. 16, Range 7. On 

stage-line from A«hlaad to Fort Kent. SeUled in 1846 by Thomas Goat. 

QrgaQized in 1884. Popnlati(m-r-18B0, 101 ; 1890, 72. 
Poa^oj^e— Eagle Lake. 

•#««e««0r«— Damas Pelletier, August Labe, Thos. P^etior. 

Cierk oMif XVea«itrer— Damas Pelletier. 

CmUeeior amd Ciffm§$m^—J)asn9» Dube. 

Sek00i firiyN!r9i«or— Philonize Pelletier. 

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

OrifinaUy embraced A-ndmaooggin, Franklin, and parte of Oxford, KeniM- 
bec, and Somerset. Incorporated, 1760. Twentr-flTe towns, one ^tr, 
PortUnd, stairs town. Popolation— 1880, 60,102; 1840, 68,668; 1860,79,- 
688; 1860,75,601; 1870, 82,^; 1880, 86,960; 1890, 90,949. Valuation, 1860 
—Polls, 15,096 ; Estates, $32,861,085 ; 1870-~PoU8, 19,812; Sstates, $48,942.- 
823; 1880>Polls, 21,580; Estates, «M ,580^10; 1880-Polls, 24,738 ; Estates, 
$66,089,972. 



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Twentr-nine miles W. N. W. of Portland. On White If t. IMv. M. C. R. R. 
Originally called Flintstown Plantation. First settled in 1785. Incorpo- 
rated June 23, 1802, the 186th town, and named in honor of Loamml 
Baldwin, one of the early settlers. liOts 20 and 21. in second range 
East, set off to Sebago Feb. 15, 1871. Population— 1790, 190; 1850, 1100; 
1860, 1227; 1870, 1101; 1880, 1128; 1890, 9^. Valuation. 1860— Polls, 282: 
Estates, $212,918; 1870— Polls, 292; Estates. $256,225: 1880— Polls, 278; 
Estatea, $812,101; 1890— Polls, 329; Estates, $389,019. 

FoBimaai€r9—We8ti C. F. Bnmell; Ecuftt Leland S. Blohardson; 
B(utf Jas. F. Norton. 

ifeieeim tm East, Frank O. Sawyer, WMt, Apideton N. Bnmell; 
East, Jas. F. Norton. 

T0WU CUrh—East, Frank G. Sawyer. 

, VremaHrer^EcLst, Frank Brown. 

CBlUetar and C^ mai mU e -^Weai, Frank MiUiken. 

Seh—i CmmmUiee—W^t, I. S. Chase; Eatt, J. M. Flint, Stephen 
Rounds. 

Board mT BeaMt^Ecui, Lorenao Norton; Wttty C. 0. Roonds; 
Nertit, James M. Sanborn. 

C«c!r«ir«M»»— Vacant, Bap. ; West and NoHh, C. A. Raddiffe, Meth. / 
Ernst, Heniy O. Thayer (Limington), Oong. 

JBxp^ss^East, American, C. T. Clark, agent. 

Flbf^sicUus—East, Lorenxo Norton, AU. 

jMs9i€es—C. T. Clark, April 24, 1888 : Olirer Mnreh, Dec. 80, 1886, Quo- 
rum: Arthur E. Bowers, Jan. 2, 1889, TricU, 

mmerchamis—irest, C. F. Bornell. H. A. Miles, Wm. E. Cram; E<ist, 
L. S. Richardson, A. Spencer, R. F. Chaee, general stores; R. F. Chase, 
sale stable. 

JframsHteimrers—West, Fred. D. Harding, carriage stuff and scrub - 
boards; A. N. Bumell. R. & N. Sanborn, Geo. E. Richardson, Amos Rich- 
ardson, shingles, stayes, &c. ; C. F. Noble, H. M. Richardson, smiths; P. 
W. Binford, wheelwright; Geo. E. Richardson, Aaron BBmell, O. March, 
coopers; €^eo. E. Richardson, grist mill ; J>. C. Hardhig, rakes; F. Millikeu. 
hoops; E. G. Noble, stone cutter; North, El^ah Weed, smith; East, A. 
& P.B. Yonng. lumber, shingles and stavee; F. W. Wood, staTcsand boxes: 
C. P. MATTOCKS (Portland P. O.), canned goods. 

0§0eh BreesUmg^—East, Saddle Back Farm, Orestes Pieroe, prop. 



VoieMristsM Ope r m ior E ast, C. T. Clark. 
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atailmu •MgetU—East, M. C. E. R., C. T. Clark. 
^sso^tsss—North—P.qfH.^^oxiDX, Etna, No. 147, Thur.; West, I. O. 
O. r.— Welcome, Mon. ; Juvenile Temple, Excelsior, Sat. 
Bmiet—Eastt Jos. P. Chadboume. 



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Thirty-eight miles N. W. of Portland. On Bridgton k Saco River Railroad; 
on steamboat line from 9ebago Lake Station on P. & O. R. R. ; also on 
stage-line from Norway. First settled, 1770, by Captain Benjamin 
Kimball. Named from Moody Bridges, of Andover, Mass., a large pro- 
prietor, and incorporated Feb. 7, 1794, the eightv-iifth town. Previously 
called Pondicherry. Post-office established in 1800. First represeatatire 
to general court, Phineas Ingalls, 1819. Contains 28,000 acres. Bridgton 
Academy incorporated March, 1808. Population— 1860, 2710; 1860, S^; 
1870. 2685; im, 2863; 1890,2605. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 617; Estates, 
$697,148; 1870— Polls, 667; Estates, $855,197; 1880— PoUs, 780; Estates, 
$1,102,618; 1890— Polls, 740; Estates, $1,246,868. 

Sandy Creek, formerly Pinhook, a village near the center of the southern 
half of the town. 

JpM#«MM#er«— John H. Roes; South, T. B. Knapp; North, H. A 
Hall; West, Wm. F. Holt; Sandy Creek, 6. V. Plaisted. 

Seleciimen— North, L. A. Barton, T. J. Douglass ; South, A. Q. Berry. . 

Vowu C§erh—E. M. Berry. 

Vreaanrer—F. P. Bennett. 

JSoar^ ofJaeaiflb—S. S. Fuller, H. A. Lombard, P. P. Bumham. 

Cmilectmr and CmH»ia^te—i}eo. W. Newcomb. 

Schoot Stij»er9<««i*— Paul L. Chandler. 

Wtridgton Center WHUage Corporation— ^axry G. Gibbs, Clerk; 
P. P. Bennett, Trecu. ; M. MV Caswell, Chief Engineer; F. "W. Seavey, 
P. P. Bumham, Assistant Engineers. 

Clerggsnen—ChM. Harbntt, Cong. ; H. A. Abbott, Univ. ; A. B. Par- 
lin, Mem. ; vacant, Ado. ; vacant, F. Bap. ; North, H. A. Freeman, Cong. ; 
South, W. B. Hague, Cong.; Sandy Creek, vacant, F. Bap.; West, B. C. 
Chadbonrue, F. Bap. , 

FMwpicianB—^. P. Pother, J. B. Bray, F. A. Mitchell, F. E. Stevens, 
H. A. Lombard, J. L. Bennett, All. ; E. S. Abbott, Hoan. 

JMentistg—W. H. Haskell, W. L. Haskell, A. W. Taylor. 

MMwmer»—J>.T. Chaplin, A. H. Walker, D. E. Chaplin. 

jn»#ary— Augustus H. Walker, Feb. 14, 1888. 

Jn»tiee»—D. P. Chaplin. Jan. 6. 1885; Geo. S. Farnsworth. Mar. 28, 
1883; Geo. O. Wight, Sept: 14, 1886: Edward Kimball, Apr. 15, 1890; E. R. 
Staples, Nov. 20, 1889; Augustus H. Walker, Feb. 14, 1888: J. Ingalls, 
Feb. 25, 1886; D. Eugene Chaplin, Mar. 2, 1887; Jos. S. Dunham, Feb. 13, 
1889; Mellen Plummer, Nov. 24, 1890, Quorum: W. W. Cross, Jan. 27, 
1887: Lewis H.Corliss, Dec. 10, 1889, Trial: G. B. Chadbourne, A. H. 
Walker, D. Eugene Chaplin, Dedimus. 

JftercManta— Apothecaries— F. P. Bennett, F. E. Stevens. 

jLgricuttural Implements — Wales & Hamblen, F. C. Knight. 

Boohs, Stationery. ete.— F. P. Bennett, D. A. Stevens, F. E. Stevens. 

Boots and Shoes—H.. G. Larrabee, Geo. F. Hale; North, H. A. Hall. 

Carpets— ¥. Gibbs, P. P. Bumham. 

Carriages— Gteo. W. .Newcomb, I. S. Webb ; South, Knapp & Sanborn. 

Cattle Brokers— Wm. W. Cross & Son. 

Clotning and Gents* Furnishings— J . F. Libby, Thomas Brown. 

Coat- Wales & Hamblen, W. A. Stevens. 

Orocfccry- Marriner & Whitney, F. Gibbs, Gleason k Scribner ; North, 
H A. Hall; South, Knapp & Sanborn. 

Brugs and Patent ifedi«ine«— (See also apothecaries). Fred C.Gibbs. 

Bru & Fancy Cfoo<l«— Frank Gibbs, P. P. Bumham, Knapp & Sanborn. 

Bry Goods and Groeeries—A^ Harmon, W. M. Staples, Marriner to 
Whitney; North, H. A. Hall, John C. Wells; South, Knapp & Sanbom, 
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JFiahing TaeMe—lP, P. Bennett, Fred C. Gibbs, F. E. Stevens, H. G. 
Larrabee. 

Flour, Grain and, Feed—W. A. Stevens; Sandy Creek, Abner Allen. 

Fruit and Confectionery— H. J. Hicks, T. Brown, Albert Green, 
Fred C. Gibbs, D. A. Dyer (also dining rooms). 

Furniture— IjewiB Smith; North, LUKE & F. H. BROWN, manoiko- 
tnrers of furniture. 

Or»cer<c«— Gleason k Scribner, I. D. Martin (fancy). Isaac Crowther 
(fancy), Knapp & Sanborn ; Sandy Creek, Abner Allen ; So., Wm. V. Gove. 

Chuns and Sporting Goods— li. G. Larrabee; North. John C. Wells. 

Mardware. Stoves, and Tinware — Wales & Hamblen, F. C. Knight. 

Joe— Chas. B. Gibbs. 

l.ime and Cetnene— Wales &, Hamblen. 

Meat Marhets—F. D. Hanson, Wm. Pledge, F. F. Emery. 

Merchant Tailor— D. C. Saunders. 

Millinery and Fancy Goo<i«— Augusta Twombly, Mary L. Wilkins, 
Miss C. E. Llbby. 

Milkr-M. B. Stone, Chas. Martin, J. A. Morrison. 

Music and Musical Instruments— T>. A. Stevens, Fred C. Gibbs. 

Faints and Oils— WaXes & Hamblen, C. E. Gleason, W. M. Staples, 
Gleason & Scribner, F. C. Knight; North, H. A. Hall. 

Faper Hanffings—Fraiik Gibbs, W. M. Staples. 

Pictures and Fram««— Albert Green. 

Sewing Machines— J). A. StevenS|>lbert Green. 

Watches and Jewelry— J. H. Caswell, D. A. Stevens, H. G. Larrabee. 

JftauuractHrers— Bedsteads— North, Luke & F. H. Brown. 

^ie«<er— Bridgton Creamery Co. 

Canned 6foo<f«— Bridgton Cannine Co., A. H. Bumham, supt. 

Carpenters— Jesse Murphy, Frea H. Kimball, Isaac Chase, C. L. 
Douglass, North, Wm. H. Foster; South, D. C. ifohnson, Alvah Johnson; 
Sandy Creek, B. Winn, Samuel C. Proctor. 

Carriages— A, B. Pratt, I. K. Littlefleld (repairs only). 

Carriage Trimmh's-K. G. Wilder, J. F. Bennett. 

Cigars— A. J. Noone; North, W. H. Allen. 

Clothing— South, Reed Bros. 

Coffins and Caskets— Lewia Smith. 

Contractors and Builders— Fred H. Kimball; South, J. O. & G. F. 
Knapp. 

Cooper— William S. Quincy. 

Doorsji Sash and Blinds— Jeaae Murphy, Lewis Smith, South, J. 
O. & G. F. Knapp. 

Dressmakers-Mary L. Wilkins, Miss C. A. Murphy, Mrs. B. F, 
Milliken, Mrs. Annie Dearborn, Mrs. A. M. Gray, Mrs. A. B. Pratt, Mrs. 
C. J. Wentworth, Mrs. D. Draper. 

Furniture -Lewis Smith; North, LUKE & F. H. BROWN. 

Granite Workers— J. F. Frisbie, Isaac ^. Allen & Sons. 

Grist Mills— W. A. Stevens ; South, J. Jt. Foster k Sons; Sandy Creek, 
Abner Allen. 

harnesses— E. G. Wilder, D. A. Stevens, J. F. Bennett, Isaiah S. Webb. 

tfewelers^, H. Caswell, D. A. Stevens. 
. Xn*mber—A.. H. Harriman & Co.; North, Luke & F. H. Brown; 
South, J. O. & G. F. Knapp, J. R. Foster & Sons; Sandy Creek, A. G. 
Berry & Son. 

Machinists— BRIDGTO^ MACHINE CO., G. N. Bumham, clerk; 
North, R T. Bailey (and die maker), Osgood Bailey. 

Marble and Granite Worker— J, F. Frisbie. 

Millwright— South, A. G. Berry jr. 

P«i»fcr«— George A. Ham, George W. Newbegin, A. P. Scribner, 
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802 AJsmruAL bboistsb op kainb. 

John Mead k Son (sign, omsmental, and firwoo); 8<mdy Creek, J. P. In- 
galls (carriage); ^ou^A, Alvin Ingalls. 

JPatent Medieines— King Mnfg. Co.; South, S. C. Knight. 

Photographer— E. M. Berry. 

JPrinters—H. A. Shorey & Son. 

Shoemakers— 1>. P. Lanrabee, Wm. K. Webb; South, S. N. Gould, C. 
P. Spurr, W. P. Corson; Sandy Creeks L. 8. Newcomb. 

Stniths—^, Robinson, Xjeyi Douglaas, Ernest Bumham, C. J. Went- 
worth, Riley & Barker, (carriage); Souths C. E. Sawyer; West, G. W. 
Douglass; Sandy Creeks %, A. Long; North, Chas. Greene. 

/Sor«f»— Stephen K. Pattee. 

Stone Cutters— J, A. Tramble; North, S. Riggs. 

T<wUors—D. C. Saunders, Robert Graham. 

Tannery^Bridgton Leather Co., H. F. Spolford. sapt. 

TmaeidernUsts-G, A. Chase; Norths J. C. Mead. 

Tinsmiths— Wtdes & Hamblen. F. C. Knight. 

Woolen €foo«i»— Pondicherry Co., Rufus Gibbs, pres., D. P. Scribnei^, 
snpt., tricots and fiftncy casaimeres; Forest Mills Co., Wm. F. Perry, pros., 
J. F. Brallier, supt^ cloakines, fancy cassimeres, etc 

•tfiic#4oM«cr«— Jonathan Ingalls, Isaiah S. Webb. 

JV«r*er«— Frank Staley, D. Draper. 

Mmsmrmmee-Qeo. G. Wight (fire, life and accident), L D. Martin (life 
and accident). 

Eiiverm SimhIes—GeoJW. Newcomb, R. A. CleaTes, S. C. Davis (stage); 
M.L. mSoh; North, C. W. Hill. 

JLaMd Snrvewors^T). P & D. £. Chaplin. 

J^ffiMfi^— Bridgton Steam Laundry, C. H. Soule. 

MMaUs—GiXi^ Hall. Rufus Gibbs, prop. ; Central Hall, Dan'I Dicken8,agt. 

M^ikraries—BX^gQ Library, Edwin N. lairalls. president ; North, Liter- 
ary Association, John Mead, president; South, Literary Society, Mrs. 
A. G. Kimball, president. 

8ch00ls—Kigh School* established 1878. C. H. Wardwell, prin.; North, 
BRIDGTON ACADEMY, Llewellyn Barton, a.m., prin. 

Sieamb0ai JCriMe— Sebago Steamboat Co., Chas. E. Gibbs, proprietor. 

•f««o'#iM— if a«ons— Oriental, No. 13, Saturday on or before full moon; 
Oriental R. A. C, Wednesday on or before full moon; /. O. O. F. — 
Cumberland} No. 30, Mon. ; Mount Pleasant Encampment, No. 14, 1st and 
Zd Wed. : Eudora, No. 24, D. of R., 2d and 4th Tues. K, of P.— Highland, 
No. 10, Fri. /. O. G. r.— Aeonian, Fri. K. qfL.—iJo. 6072, Pine Tree, 
Thurs. Bridgton Union Temperance ^Imo.— Thurs. Bridgton Brass Band 
—Fred C. Gibbs, leader. North- P. o/ ^.-Highland, No. 116, Sat. 

Woieft— Bridgton House, M. L. Mason; The Cumberland, Misses B. L. 
k M. E. Bacon; North, Lake ffwise, J. B. Martin. 

Snmmser Woieis—E. A. Gibbs; Bidge Cottage,W. G.Kimball; Bigh-^ 
land Lake Mouse, Ruel Dodge. 

Banks mud JYiemsptigfers—^Q tables. 

Twenty-five miles N. E. of Portland. On the Maine Central Railroad. 
Settled 1028; originally called Pejepscot. Incorporated 11th town, 1788. 
Seat of Bowdoin College, which received its charter June 24, 1794. Pop- 
ulation— 1860, 4977 ; 18«), 4723 ; 1870, 4687 ; 1880, 5384 : 1890, 6012. Valuation, 
1860— Polls, 766; Estates, $1,761,904 ; 1870— Polls, 916: Estates, $2,806,806; 
1880— Polls, 1109; Estates, $2,684,874; 1890— Polls, 1306; Est., $3,904,061. 

Postmasters— Q. E. Townsend; Harding, R. L. Fuller. 
i9elec#JM«M— Robt. H. Stan wood, Wm. R. Lincoln, Thos. B. Scholfield. 
ro90H C'ferft— Thos. H. RUey. 
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Cw/uia^U^—O. T . Despeaux, M. B. C^raves, B. E. Coomte, L B. Smitb. 

CoUeetor mud CmuinMe—L. B. Smith. 

SeM0^ C&mmiiUe—¥. C. Robinson. M. Y. Adams, J. Watennan Jr. 

B0€$rd mf Memitt^—yL V. Adams, t>ec, G. H. Coombs, W. O. Peterson. 

J^Hmieipmt C«m#*«— Leonard Townsend, judge; oivil Jurisdictioii* 
$60.09; terms, every Monday. 

Cler g y m en— H. L. Chapman, Edw. B Mason, Cong. ; C. B. O. Nichols, 
Epi».; B. M. Osgood, F. Bap.; F. C. Haddock, Afeth.; C. 3f. Berring^ 
George B. Tufts. Bap.; C. L. Waite, Univ.; Edward B. Guild, UfOi.; 
Jas. P. Gorman, Cath,; Bast, vacant, Bap.; West, F. B. Carver, B. M, 
MdwardSf F. Bap. 

FMffgiciatss—Jf. T. Palmer, Alfred Mitchell, G. H. Cnmstoa, H. T, 
Afhims, Wm. B^ne, J. H. Roy, G. H. Coombs. I. S. Curtis, AIL 

MMeantUU—J . W. Curtin, J. H. Lombard, J. Pnltztir. 

Xratryer«— Geo. Barron, Weston Thompson, Thomas H. Giveen, Bar- 
wtt Power, John A, Waterman jr., A. IL Holmes. 

.^•#«r<e#— Lemuel H. Stover, Feb. 11, 1890; Weston Thompson, Jatf. 
29, 1885; J. P. Winchell, Feb. 6. 1889; BarreU Potter, Aug. 22, 1^. 

J^nsHteB—Oeorge Barron, Feb. 25, 1886; Emery T. Oetchell, Nov. U, 
1886; Jas. L. Doolittle, Jan. 10, 1890; B. R. Jordan, Nov. 21, 1884: Ira P. 
Booker, Auff. 27, 1885: Weston Thompson, Dec. 30, 1886; Thos. M. Giveen, 
Sba. 26, 1886, Thos. H. Riley, April 27, 1886; Barrett Potter, Oct. 18. 1886; 
Henry Ragot, Dec. 80, 1886; John A. Waterman Jr., Nov. 22, 1888; Leon- 
ard Townsend, June 5,1888; D. £. Camnbell, Oct. 28, 1889; A. H. Holmes, 
May 15, 1890, Quorum : Geo. Barron, Weston Thompson, Deditnus. 

jniereiUtmt»—Apothecarie»-C. W. Allen, B. W. Johnson, F. H. Wil- 
son, J. S. Totvne, ». Laroche. 

jluetion and Commis«ioMr-Henry Ragi>t. 

Boohs and Stationerff—B. h, Dennison, A. W. Townsend, Byron 
Steves. 

Boots and Shoes— Alonzo Day, Frank E. Roberts, H. Y. Staokpole, 8. 

B. Jackson 2d, Frank Drapeau. ' 

CarriagtiS, 8€eiffhs and Hamessiss^-C. B. Townsend. 

CiotMng and Gents* JFumishina 6oo<ls— E. S. Rodwell, J. A. 
Thompson ft Co*., F. M. Stetson, Frank Mathurtn, J. H. Brackett, TeL La- 
pointe, J. W. & O. R. Pennell. 

Coal-^. Amherst Whitmore, J. F. Chaney. 

Coffins and Cisshets—K. Stetson, Plnmmer ft Rogers, W. E. Gordon. 

Drv and fancy Goods— ^n. S. J. Boardman, Frank Drapeau, Geo. 

C. Stetson, J. F. Will ft Co. 

JFertUisers—W. O. Peterson, L. D. Snow, E. Smith. 

.Fto^— <See meats). 

tTouT and efrainr-D, ft C. B. Scribner (estate), Lincoln ft Pearson^ 
Samuel Kniffht jr. 

fruit ana Oonfecttonerff—W, R. Field, G. M. Keys, H. J. Given, G. 
E. Hackett, F. £. Hall. 

Fruit and Produce— J. A. Beals. 

Furniture, Carpets, Sc—K. Stetson, Plnmmer ft Rogers, W. £. 
Gordon. 

Oroeers— James Barron & Son, A. T. Campbell, Fred Stanwood, B. R. 
Jordan ft Co., Samuel Kni^t jr., E. D. Morin, W.O. Peterson. B. Smith, 
L. D. Snow, G. B. & G. P. Tenney. A. Ridley, C. B. Townsend, P. C. Webb 
ft Co., F. W. Barron, Noel Vandal, S. C. CofHn, Louis G. Trudeau, A. J. 
Croflsman. Whitehouse Bros., C. T. Ridley, Reynolds & Cobb, C. A. Pierce 
ft Son; Bardiiig, R. L. Fuller; Bunganuck, Chas. E. Hudson. 

Mardware, Stoves and Tinware— Ad&ms ft Ridley, J. Furbish. 

harnesses, Trunhs, ^e,—E. A. Graves, J. D. Neagle. 

Jewelry, Watches, Jte.—J. T. Howland, Geo. A. Colton, E. A. Will, 
Joseph Heaton. 

J«mft— Abraham Y(Hrk jr. 



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Meats— 3. E. Alexander, S. C. Coffin, Chas. S. Dunning, F. W. Leonard 
& Co., H. C. Orr, E. A. Coffin. 

Merchant Tailors— J. H. Brackett, Jordan Snow, F. A. Nichols, J. H. 
York. 

MilUnery—V. D. Macomber, Mrs. H. M. Griffin,Mr8. J. M. Hacker, 
Mrs. M. A. Smith, Frank Drapean, Miss Ida C. Beed, F. A. Michard. 

MuHeal XrMlrumento— Thomas H. Biley. 

Paper Hanginfjs—isee Bookstores). 

Sewing MachUies—F. E. Boberts. 

Variety— DvLiresn^ & Brilliant. 

JfranMfaeturers— Bakers— A, St. Mary, N. Hndon, F. D. Snow, 
Geo, C. Knight, E. S. Lincoln & Son. 

Blachsmiths—J. Aubens, J. W. Blaisdell, H. S. McKenney, J. Parent 
(carriage), E. H. Seco, Wm. McKay, Benj. Harmon, Qeo. Woodard. 

BookMnder—U, J. L. Stanwood. 

Boots and Shoes, Custom and Jtepairs-Aitred Cobb, Lewis A. Joy. 
A. F. Yamey, John Mountfort, B. Whitney, E. H. Leonard. 

Briehs—ii. S. Hacker & Son. 

Cabinet Makingand l^icture JFranUng— John O. Bnssell. 

Canned Goods— H. C. Baxter & Bro. 

Carriitges—D. H. Fftrren, S. J. Spollett. 

Carpenters— Wm. P. Gahan, Chas. E. Muer, L. Cobb, Thomas W. GIt* 
en, Chas. C. Melcher, Charles Merryman, Arthur WoodBide. 

Confeetionery-M3t. M. Keys. 

Coieo>»— Cabot Manufacturing Co., B. W. Eaton, agent. 

Orttnite—l. H. Danforth. 

Christ Mills— J>. k C. E. Scribner (estate), Lincoln & Pearson. 

Mamesses—B. A. Graves, J. D. N^le. 

Laundries — Bobert Bobertson jr., Wah Lung. 

Zumber—S. T. & E. M. Brown, Eben Colby, Wm. Ward (dealer only). 

Machinist— F. H. Purineton. 

Marble— Q%o. E. Danforth, Mrs. M. S. Morse. 

jra«on«— (brick) E. S. Hacker & Son, Joseph Stetson, Joseph Footer; 
(stone) Sedgley & Cobb, H. B. Cobb. 

leaner and Wooden Boxes— DenniBon Manu&cturing Co., F. W. 
Chandler, supt. 

Plastering Fibre— A. V. METCALF (see advt. opp. page 310). 

Pf^j^_-AndroBCOggin Pulp Co., A. J. Lyon, supt. 

Soap—Tu. H. Bryant. 

Stair Builder and Wood Turner— li. Larrabee. 

Tannery— J. Drinkwater. 

ITpholsterer—Or. N. Crane. 

Barbers— W. P. Allen, H. Coulombe, J. H. Tibbetts, E. J. Miller, 

C. L. York, E. B. Eaton, C. A. Powers, Chas. L. Pollard. 
jPa<M#er«— Cobbett Brothers, Chas. E. Niles, Goodwin & Atkinson, 

D. E. Stanwood, D. T. Toothaker. 
J^Koto/^apher—A. O. Beed. 
f»r<tilcr«— Tenney & Bickford. H. C. Upton. 
Sawp'Oiers—J. T. Saunders, John G. Bussell. 

Cireniaiiuif j;<*r«ric« — Brunswick Public Library Association, 
I-SIO volumes, Lyman E. Smith, librarian ; B. L. Dennison, 2,(XK) volumes. 

Civil J^Mj^Meer—Dudley E. Campbell. 

WTuderiaSers—Uwrvej Stetson, Plummer & Bogers, W. E. Gordon. 

W*eteriMary SHrge»n—J. H. Goddard. 

Artists— J. W. Crawford, Miss Helen Vamey, Miss A. N. F. King. 

BiUiard Maiis-Y. L. Field, M. C. Heman. 

Eusuranee •#jB'€if#«— Thomas H. Biley. F. Beaudry, Wm. M. Pennell 
(also Investment Securities), Geo. E. Bowker. 

JReJejssc0i W9\fier Co.—S. J. Young, pres.; I. H. Simpson, supt. 



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tt€»iaurmMta—Geo. B. Woodbury & Son (depot); H. J. Gireo, F. E. 
Hall, F. Cr. Andrews. 

Vetegramh OMeet— Commercial Unions A. W. Townsend, manager; 
Western Union, M. C. depot, H. W. Wheeler, raanairer. 

BruMMwiek Biecirie M^i^fM ««m# W*0wer CV».— H. F. ThompAon, 
Beg. and treas. 

Bxjifre»» CoanpftnieB^ American, J. R. Stanwood, agent; New Eng- 
land Uespatchj A. W . Townsend, agent. 

C7««— Brunswick Gas Light Co., S. G. Whitraore, manager and treas. 

Xrivery S#aMe«— Alexander & Hubbard, John H. Thomas, Hen- 

?M. Bowker, Levi Toothaker, E. H. Woodside, Wm. Griffin, Wm. Ward, 
H. Snow, G. A. Richardson. 

B090d0im C«lfe^e— Incorp. 1794. Opened Sept. 1802. Wm. DeWltt 
Hvde, D.D., Pres. Professors — Wm. DeWitt Hyde, d.d., Mental and Moral 
Philosophy; David Collin Wells, a.b.. History and Political Science; Hen- 
ry Leland Chapman, a.m.. Oratory and English Literature; Leslie Alex. 
Lee, Ph.D., Geol(^ and Biolosy ; Franklin Clement Robinson, a.m., Chem- 
istry and Minerau^; Oreo. Thos. Little, a.m. LlDrarian; Henry Johnson, 
Ph.D, Modem Languages; Bmest Mondell Pease, a.m., Latin Languages 
and Literature: Will&m Albion Moody, a.m.. Mathematics; Frank Ed- 
ward Woodruff, a.m., Greek Language and Literature and Natural and 
Revealed Religion; Chas. Olifibrd Hutchins, a.m.. Physics: Frank Nath- 
aniel Whittier, a.m., m.d.. Director of Gymnasiam. Medical School qf 
Afain«— Professors— Lucilius A. Emery, A.M., Medical Jurisprudence; 
Israel T. Dana, a.m., m.d.. Pathology and Practice of Medicine; Stephen 
H. Weeks, m.d., Surgery and CIini<^ Surgery; Frederic Henry Gerriah, 
A.M., M.D., Anatomy; Alfred Mitchell, a.m., m.d.. Obstetrics; Charles D. 
Smith, A.M., M.D., Physiology; Charles O. Hunt, a.m., m.d.. Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics; Addison S. Thayer, m.d., Demonstrator of 
AnatCMny; Everett Thornton Nealley, m.d., Demonstrator of Histology; 
Franklin C. Robinson, a.m., chemistry; Alfred MitcheU, m.d., Secretwy 
and Registrar of the Medical School. 

JBTi^m ««*••#— Charles Fish, principal. 

•€9»o*iMs— Masons— United, 2$o. 8, Tues. on or before tall moon; St. 
Paul's R. A. Chapter, first Fri. ; Mt. Vernon Council, No. 2, meets Quar. 
O. A. i?.— Post Vincent Monnfort No. 22, Frl. ; Women's Relief Corps. 
5. cf F.— Appomatox, No. 42, Mon. /. O. O. F.— Pejepscot, No. 13, 
Thurs. : Casco Emcampment, 1st and 3d Tues. ; Evening Star, No. 26, D. 
of R., 1st and 8d Wed. K. of P.— Fort George, No. 87, Mon. U, O. O. C. 
—Dingo, No. 133, 2d and 4ih Mon. W. C.T. CT.— Tues. A. O. U. W.— 
Brunswick, No. 56, 1st and 3d Thurs. Qiveen's Orchestra— C F. Gi?een, 
leader. St. John Band— John Mutty, l^uler. Pejepscot Historical Sod- 
ety, I. P. Booker, sec. St. John Baptist Society. 

BrHMswick Board of Vru4e—Q. E. Townsend, pres.; W. M. Pen. 
nell, sec. 

BrHHMwick M^oam » BHitdim^f t^ss^im— John Furbish, pres., 
Wm. M. Peunell, sec. 

Boiels— Tontine Hotel, George Stackpole; Elm House, Geo. Bunker. 

Bauks mud JVews imi f e ra—aee tables. 

Joins Portland ; connected with it by ferry lines. On B. & M. R. R. First 
settled about 1630. Originally a part of ancient F^mouth. Incorp. Nov. 
1, 1765. First represented in general court in 1776, by James Leach. 
Contains about 18,000 acraj. Population -1860, 2082; 1860, 3278; 1870, 
6106; 1880,5302; 1890,5458. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 688 ; Estates, $767,- 
682; 1870— Polls, 1,007; Estates $1,784,831; 1880— Polls, 1165; Estates, 
•1,860499; 1800— Polls, 1316; Estates, $2,328,407. 



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S06 AinnrAX. HBGi»rBB of uajesk. 

y«#iwf<r<~Jabez Marriner; l>e0o<, Martha B. Whitney ; South 
Portland, John F. Merriman: Kniqhtvitle, J. A. S. Dyer: Bowery Beach^ 
Mrs. E. Marriner; WUlard, Joseph Simonton. 

Seleetm^en— Bowery Beach, M. J. Peabbles; KnigJUvUle, George C. 
Mountfort; So. Portland^ B. C. Robinson. 
. Vo90n Cierk^So. Portlandyl^oa\i B. Knight. 

' \ T^em»mr€r—So. Portland^ G. A. Tilton. 

V CoHtiahU and C0ile€ior— Depots Thos. B. Haskell. 

Cmn9iwibi€»^KnightvUle, T. P. Place; So. Portland, A. R. Skinner. 

Seh00i C0mmUiee^KnigUvilUy O. 0. ETans; H. C. Hill (PorUand 
P. O.); Depot, Joseph S. Fickett. 

ClerjfpmteM— First church, Geo. W. KeUey; Ligonia Welsh ch.» va- 
cant, CMig. ; Depot, W. Canham; So. Portland, T. F. Jonee, Meth.; Bow- 
ery Beach, J. M. Woodbury, Meth. ; KnightvUle, vacant, Free Bap.; J. M. 
Woodbury, Afeth. 

tLm mme» ' 9 —So. Portland, F. H. Harford; Portland P. O., B. C. Bey- 
■olds, Elrin C. Verrill, L. H. Dyer. 

M^Mg^Mmu—So. Portland, J. W. Lowell, D. A. Klncaid, All.} M. G. 
Pingree, Bom. ,- KnightvUle, S. B Thombt, All. 

JTmimrp—Jolm E. Fisher, April 24, 1890. 

Jn»t4ee9-C. B. Staples, Oct. 10, 1S84; Thos. B. Haskell, Sept. 4. 1888; 
Fred H. Harford,- April 24, 1888; Stephen Scammon, Feb. 10, 1887; Elgitf 
C. Verrill, Mar. 16, 1887; Gea. T. Spear^ May 22, 1889, Qtiorum; F. P, 
Dyer, June 13, 1890, Trial. 

JVereM ami m J aibea Marriner, Frank W. Dyer, groceries and provisions. 

«W«Mw^sc#Mr«ff*«— Hannaford k Libfoy, carriage repairs ; John Gleoi* 
ons, smith ; A. W. Wallace, carriage painter. 

6l0mih J>«r#lmMf-«Werc*aM##— Cole Bros., Miss M. A, Fickett, J. 
F. Merriman, J. H. Johnson, F. T. Brooks, noceries and provisious; G. A. 
Tilton, stoves, fnmaces and tinware; F. P. Dyer, G. F. Thoiapson, meats; 
Gushman Hill, A. Thrasher ft Son, A. Y. Cole, groceries; Mrs. Susan B. 
Knight, Dirigo Novelty Co., C. O. Spear, dry and flincy goods; Rose A. 
Pike, ndllinery and fiftncy goods; Albert E. Thurrell, apothecary, dry and 
fiutcy goods; J. H. Bdwards, A. V. Cole, boots and sboce; William Spear, 
wood and coal ; Richard Lee. Alexander Campbell, John T. Bolton, sa- 
loons; E. J. Harmon & Co^ florists. 

JVar^#*— Alfred Woodbury. 

M'riitier—J. H. Harford. 

•lf«MN/i>c#Mrer«— S. P. Merrill, boots and shoes ; Nathan R. Dyer, ship 
builder; J. H. k F. H. Harford, proprietary medicines; Eli M. Bolton, 
smith; N. B. Knight, Simeon Walton, Samuel H. Ryder, painters ; E.J. 
Harmon, taxidernust; Josiah Starling, A. J. Robinson, G. W. Doughty, 
H. Pittee, Herbert Sterling, B. F. Libby, carpenters; L. F. Pingree, arli- 
fleial limbs; FRANKLIN MANUFACTURING CO., L. F. Jones, man. ; 
Foe to I^in Manufacturing Co., patent medicines; John Willard, Lewis, 
Chase & Whitton. dry fish; J. B. Elliott, bakerv. 

•fterehaui* Jftmrine Jttf^/traar— Chas. H. Chase, pres.; B. R. Nor- 
ton, treas. and mani^i^er; N. R. Dyer, supt. 

t£nigM9itle—JWerehant»--Gt. C. Mountfort, Geo. Stevens. J. A. S. 
Dyer & Co., groceries and provisions: E. Mathews, flour and grain ; A.O. 
Peterson, variety; SCHLOTTERBECK & FOS8, apothecaries. 

•WaMMAMr/Mrer*— Boucher h Turner, James Grant, smiths; J. Brack- 
ett, boots and shoes; L. B. Hodsdon, John T. Alexander, painters: A. 
Babb (Portland P. O.) smoked fish: B. Matthews (Port'd P. C), grist mill. 

M^wrttmnd MMr^MM^ek — Chas. H. Chase, lessee and gen. man.; A. W. 
Coombs, secretary. 

MJiff0Him—JfKerekaHi»—yL. B. Fuller & Son, groceries and provisions. 

.««MN/aM;«Mr«r«— PORTLAND ROLLING MILL, C. R. Milliken, 
pres., office 21 Plum street, Portland (see advt. page 230): Portland Kera- 
sene Oil Co., B. W* Conley, manager, oflioe, Portliuid; Atwood Lead Co., 



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H. K. Jose, pret., A. P. FnU«r, tr«M., ofil«e. 482 Fore tt., PortlMid; W. 
M. Bur^ss, smith; John Willey, boots and shoes; W. E. Daddy, har- 
neeses; U. F. Bowers, carpenter. 

J»ejM#— .W^rrAaMf*— Knapp Bros. & Co., A. J. Cash, G. W. Cash. 
TOTOYisions and groceries; Mrs. M. £. Whitaey, dry and fancy goods; J> 
W. Minot, florist. 

Jffunw§faciMrer9—'K. B. Flammer, harnesses; Wm. B. Qoint^soap. 

Bowerif Beuetb—^MereM^taaiM^Mn. £. Marriner, Hairy Ini^rsoU, 
general stores. 

t^HUarO—JtrercMamia-^BBiay Loreitt, Jose]^ Simonton, Daniel 
Sylvester, groceries; Miss Loi« Loveitt, fancy goods. 

JP«r« JRrebie (P. O.. ForUand). Qarrisoned by Battery M. ith ArtU- 
lery, Mi^or Dunn, U. S. A., commander. 

Civii B»»xiH€er»— Bowery Beach, C. E. Staples ; Depot, A. E. Skillin. 

Mtife Savimg: StmH0»—Horaae Q. Trnndy, captain. 

M^iffM Wause Mjeemet^— Breakwater, Albert Angell; Portland Head, 
Freeman Strout ; Cape Elizabeth, Leander White. 

Cape BUxaketk Migib Schoml—iy, W. Hawkes, prin. 

•m»»0^tn»—So. Portland, I. O. G. r.^Seaside, Wed. A. of />.— Bayard, 
No. 44, Thurs; Pythian Sisterhood, Wed. U. O. O. C— Ocean View, No. 
283, Mon. /. O. 0. 1^.— Blizabeth City, No. 114, Wed. ; Miapah, No. 86, D. 
of R., 2d and 4th Fri. Turner ftlandr-^l. O. O. 71— Resolve, Tnes. Knight- 
9ille, M€t8on»^mnm. Lodge, Toes, on or before ftill moon. U, O. Q. C— 
Oasis, No. 241, 1st and 3d Mon. R. S. O. ^.— Cumberland, No. 188, Tues. 

JBTmieU—Cape Cottage, SWEET h SAWYER, props. ; Bowerp Beach, 
Ocean House, D. E. Dresser. 
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0A.80O. 

Thirty miles N. W. of Portland. On stage-linee firom Portland to Bridgton, 
ana from Oxford, on G. T. Ry ., to Edes Falls. Taken from Raymond and 
incorporated March, 1841. Popnlation— 185d. 1046; 1S«0, 1116; 1870,998; 
1«80, 908; 1890, 844. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 25S; Estates, $212,696; 1870 
—Polls. 258; Estates, $241,486', 1880— PoUs, 287; Estates, $285,259 ; 1890— 
Polls, 252; Estates, $289,597. 

Cook's Mills, in west part of town ; P. O. same as Casco. 

W0»tmsa»ter»—%. H. Mann; S(mth, W. Dingley jr. ; Webb's Mills, S. 
P. Winslow. 

. Seiecimseu—B/Laxls. L. X.each, G. T. Cook, S. O. Hancock. 
• SWtm CfcrjB^LymanW. Holden. 
' \ XVe«#Nf*er— Shirley H. Mann. 

CoHsiahie mnd C0lleci0r^South, Leander Chute. 
»ch00i SHperHsor^-Geo. W. Field. 



WemliM—lj. W. Holden, H. B. Harmon, S. P. Winslow. 

Cler^snfmseH— Frank. Bond, Union Church; Orrison Gammon, Gen, 
Prov. Bap.; Webb's Mills, supplies, F. Bap. 

i^srjyer— James Tolman. 

JP*««ie<«M»— Chas. H. Young, flbwi. 

J9«M#<«#«— W. L. HaskeU, S. Taylor. 

«f*«#a#^— James H. Palmer, Dec. 19, 1890. 

^•M#fcc#— Lyman W. Holden, Jan. 10, 1890; Wm. F. Cook, May 22, 
1889: Jordan B. Mitchell, April 29, 1886; James H. Tolman, Dec. 19, 1890; 
Willis H. Rolfe, Nov. 29, 1887; Samuel P. Winslow, July 23, 1889; E. A. 
Bartout Feb. 26, 1891, Quorum ; Wm. M. Cook, Mar. 30, 1887, Trial. 

mWerwAaastM—D. C. Smith, S. H. Mann, general stores ; Mrs. M. J. Hoi* 
den, millihery and fancy goods; L. W. Holden, groceries ; R. E. Brackett, 
com and tobacco ; Webb's MiUs, Wilson Chute, general stores ; J. H. Saw- 



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808 ANNUAL BBGISTBB OF MAINE. 

yer, stoves, tin and hardware; South, Wm. Dlngley jr. & Son; Edes 
Falls P. 0.1 Arthur C. Mann, groceries. 

*lEannrac99§rer»—yf. M. & R. Cook, lumber, boxes, and shook; 
John C. Whitney, S. A. Hall, coffins and caskets; Bumham & Morrill, 
canned corn; F. B. Nichols, saw and grist mill ; G. L. Curtis, Daniel Fick- 
ett, smiths; Wm. H. Ferris, butcher; Webb's Mills, William Duran, car- 
riages and ax-handles; WInslow Brothers, staves and shook; J. Tenney, 
boots and shoes; John McIiCllan & Co., canned com; C. A. Watkins, S. 8. 
Welch, smiths; SotUh, Fred. A. Dingley, clothing: Wm. Watkins, smith; 
8. C. Watkins, carriages; Z. M. Ganmion, ax handles. 

W4gM School— A^vin Foss, prin. 

Band—Ouco Military Band, C. H. Barton, leader. 

Botei^Eastman House, M. S. Eastman. 



Ten miles N.B. of Portland. On Maine Central and Grand Trunk K. Rs. 

Incorporated in 1821, prior to which date it formed a part of North 

Yarmouth. Population— 1850, 1666; 1860, 1718; 1870, 1626; 1880, 1619; 

1890, 1487. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 890; Estates, «i456,640; 1870— Polls, 

899; Estates, $511,920; 1880— Polls, 415; Estates, »656,460; 1890— PoUs, 

450; Estates, $693,499. 

Fo»tma»ier§—J . N. Dunn; Center, Benj. Whitney; West, Abia Wil- 
son: Chebeague /sZaru^, Stephen B. Hamilton. 

Seiecimten—West, N. M. Shaw; Chebeague, Solomon F. Hamilton, 
> / Edward H. Trickey. 
/ ^' X^ofTM Cierk— Center, David L. Blanchard. 

VremBHrer— Center, Solomon T. Merrill. 

CoUect or— Center, Chas. H. Blanchard. 

€oMaiahie»— Chebeague J. A. Hamilton ; Center, Wm. S. Blanchard. 

ScMooi Commiitee-Center, Miss Millie H. McCollister; E. K. Sweet- 
sir; Chebeague Island, Ammi R. Littlefield. 

Board ot Wealtk—C. T. Moulton, sec, L. H. Merrill, C. A. Grannell. 

Ciergftmeu—A. C. Trafton, Meth.; Center, Daniel Green, CoTig. 
West, E.G. Fatter, Meth.; G. Hamilton, Unio.: Chebeague Island, Jsm. 
Wright, Meth. 

M'hwieiaH— Center, Chas. T. Moulton, Henry M. Moulton ; Chebeague 
Islana, I^on L. Hale, All. 

Jfaiice»—no\\i% St. Clair, Mar. 2, 1887; David L. Blanchard, Oct. 2, 
1889; A. R. Littlefield, Mar. 13, 1889; Joshua E. Jenks, Nov. 26, 1886, 
Quorum. 

JfWerckaniB— Center, J . E. Dunn; West, N. B.Wilson & Son; Che- 
beague Island, Hamilton & Co. (and clam bait), A. R. Littlefield, S. B. 
Hamilton, general stores. 

J^awnfactnrerg— Center, Bei^j. Whitney, carriages; John S.Adams Ss 
Son, smiths; Simeon L. Farwell, Frank S. Merrill, painters; John N. Far- 
well, William E. Wilson, carpenters and builders; H. H. Herrick, Cum- 
berland Packing Co.,' canned goods; West, Wilson & Leightoiu saw, stave, 
and grist mill; Hoi lis R. Mountfori, saw and stave mill; Levi Morrill, 
stave mill ; O. S. Thomes, saw and f,'rist mill. 

Miive Stock Breeder— Center, Geo. Blanchard,prop. Broadmoor Farm. 

€freeletf Muiriituie— Center, Fairfield Whitney, principal. 

9M»»oHn»— Center, Cumberland Farrtiers' Club—C. A. Merrill, pres.; M. 
W. Pearson, sec.; Chebeague Island, U. 0. G. C— Banner, No, 876, Sat. 
/. O. R. J/.— Sawga, No. 20. 

MMoiei— Chebeague Island, J. £. Jenks. 



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On M. C, P. & Rm and G. T. Kailroads, and Portland Horse Railroad. 

Joins Portland. Taken from Westbrook, and incorporated Feb. 16, 1871. 

Named in honor of James Deering, a distinguishea Portland merchant. 

Population— 1880, 4824; 1890, 6353. Valuation— Polls, 1168; Estates, 

$2,585,825: 1890— PoUs, 1892; Estates, $3,288,054. 
Deering P. O. same as Morrills. Oakdale (Portland P. O.) 

J*o##aiMw#er«— Miss Sarah H. Morrill; Center^ C. S. Chadboume; 
Woadf<yrd%, W. H. Motley; East, Mrs. Emily Knight; Strov^water, E. M. 
Jacobs. 

Select meu— Oakdale, Isaac F. Clark; George S. Hodgdon; Stroud^ 
water, Georiice B. Ejeavitt. 

VoHfM Clerk— IVood/ordSy F. H. Whyley. 

Vremamrer— Portland P. O.. Geo. W. Ward. 

CoUeci^r—Woodfords, FredV. Matthews. 

C0tMimhie»—Woodfords, Geo. H. Kailey, Ohauneey R. Berry ; Centert 
L. M, Clark. 

ScM0oi C0mmitiee—Woodford8, F. E. C. Robbins (supt.), C. A. Wood- 
bury, Edward R. Pierce, Chas. T. Ogden; Stroudwater,(^o. W. Johnson, 
Geo. B. Leavitt ; Portland P. O., S. A. Packard ; D. W. Hawkes (chairman). 

Beard •/* MMeaiiM—l,. B. Chapman, A. P. Toplift, W. W. Harris. 

CUrgym^eH-O. F. Safford, Univ.; Wm. T. Jordan, Free Church; 
Woo^fordSfE. P. Wilson, Cong.: SamH Watson, E. Hewitt, Jieth.: East, 
B. Hewitt, Meth. 

MMmyer— Wood/ords, W. H. Motley. 

JRMm»ieiaM9—A. M. Parker, AIL: Woodfords, Chas. W. Foster, A. P. 
TopliC Charles B. Perkins, J. G. Pierce, All. ; L. F. Webster, Eel. 

t^eierinarg Sfrtteom— Woodfords, F. W. Huntington. 

JToiarw—Gt^' C. Codman, Nov. 24, 1890. 

JtuiieeB—i^QO. C. Codman, Nov. 80, 1888 ; Andrew Hawes, July 23, 1889 ; 
Isaac L. Elder, Sept. 19, 1890; W. H. Motley. Deo. 24, 1884: Wm. H. Wal- 
dron, July 5, 1888; Fred V. Matthews, July 6, 1888; Eugene L. Weymouth, 
Oct. 10, 1884; H. B. Webb, Jan. 28, 1885; S. S. Knight, Dec. 16. 1886: 
Manasseh Smith, Nov. 80, 1888; Geo. W. Ward, April 24, 1888; Eliaa M. 
Jacobs, Oct. 16, 1888, Quuyrum: Geo. C. Hopkins, Jan. 2, 1889, Trial. 

JfterckanU—J . W. C. Roberts, Estate of Levi Cram, Albert Dingley, 
J. R. Cobb, general stores; Albert Tonrey, variety store; W. A. Ramsay, 
florist: O. A. Hill (Portland P. O.). proprietary medicines; W. L. Minott, . 
D. B. Soule, milk; F. E. Bailey, paints and oils. 

JFooc^orcM.Royal Leighton, general stores; John T. Gordon, fish; C. 

A. Plummer, stoves and tinware; Otis Yarney, pressed hay and straw; 
SCHLOTTERBECK & FOSS, H. J. Allen, apothecaries ; E. C. Chase, fancy 

Soods and variety; Jas. Parker, F. H. Whyley, groceries and provisions; 
L. P. Chapman, nurseryman and florist; A^arsh Bros., wood, coal and ice; 
M. W. Field, millinery; H. A. Leighton, stationery and p»eriodical<9; E. 
Matthews, flour, grain, hay and straw. 
Oakdale, M. WT Cronk, groceries and provisions. 

Center, Davis & Clark, groceries and provisions; C. S. GODDARD & 
SON (see advt. opp. page 310), Davis & Son, nursery-men and florists; F. 

B. Briggs (wholesales tinware; I. H. Johnson, milk. 

Allen's Comer, C. B. Abbott, general stores; WM. MORTON (see advt. 
opp. page 810), W. E. Morton & Co., florists; O. F. Blake, Cobb Bros., 
John A. Smith, butchers; G. W. Carter, milk. 

East, E. P. Knapp & Coj G. Kirkpatrick, general stores ; C. S. Bates, ice. 

Strovdwater, Andrew Hawes, Walter Fickett, general stores; L. B. 
Chapman (Portland P. O.), G. H. Chapman, nursery : E. K. Chapman, 
Christmas trees; S. A. Chapman, seeds of forest trees; F. A. Johnson, 
J. M. Somers, milk. 



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Libby'8 Comer, Thos. Jackson, H. A. Jackson, nursery stock; Mary ▲. 
Parker, fiuicy goods: A. W. Berry, coal and wood. 

Deering Bridge, J. L. WATSON, coal and wood (see advt. opp. pa«e 2SI^. 

•WaM«#iM;#Mrer«— Marquand Leather Co., tanners of sheepskins ; B. 
L. Watkins & Co., clothing ; Freeman Kenney, bntcher ; John Bell & Co., 
granite: Geo. W. Leighton, marble and granite ; Sewell P. Winslow, hailed 
corn ; C. Trafton, carpenter ; Ferdinand Bailey, painter ; Bnmham k Lane, 
Robert Lowe, contractors and bidlders ; Albert I>ineley, grist mill ; John- 
son Bros., D., shovel handles: F. W. Edwards, smith. 

East, Geo. Russell, ship-builder; Eastern Forge Co. (Portland P. O.), H. 
N. Jose, pres., M. T. Denhara, treas. and agt., forging; Jaa. Lucas, brides; 
V. C. Mountfort, carriage smith; C. W. Belknap ft Son, tripe factory ; L. 
P. Hawkins, boots and shoes. 

Deering Bridge (Portland P. O.)— PORTLAND STONE WARE CO. 
(see adyt. ftront of book), fire brick, drain tile, etc ; Fred £. SkllUngs, mar- 
ble and granite; Wm. W. Mitchell, tanner of sheepskins; A. J. Holden, 
smith. 

Pride's Bridge, Portland Packing Co., canned goods. 

Woodfords, J. L. Sawyer, carriages; C. A. Plummer, tinsmlUi; C. 



wbrster, painters; J. T. Small, carpenter; H. H. Higgins, John Scanlaa, 
smiths; Jas. MoFarland, C. W. Romer, cigars; H. A. Leighton, watch- 
maker and Jeweler ; Blackstone & Smit^, masons and builders ; C. H. Jones 
& Co., plumbers; WALTER DOCKENDORFF (see advt. opp. page 310), 
W. F. Trask, artesian wells; Mrs. A. G. St. Clair, dressmaking. 

Center, F. X. Briggs, tinware: M. E. Moore, Oilman G. Lane, Jos. H. 
Hutchings, carpenters. 

Allen's Comer, Charles Sillier, smith; Oe<Hwe L.Mar8ton,earriagQB; 
G. D. Hamblin, pumps and mowing machines; Aaron D. Cobb, oigars. 

lfason*8 Comer, William Lucas, MeWille Hamblet, bricks. Libt>tf Comer 
(Portland P. O.), Thompson & Fowler, pork packers; Morrill & Maxim, 
blacksmiths; B. G. Bennett, butcher. 

Siroudwater^St&fera & Co., salt and grain mill; B. G. Jc^mson, carpen- 
ter and builder; Walter Ficketl, cracked com and meal; L. B. Skillin, 
butcher ; E. L. Milliken, smith. 

liar*er«— Wm. B. Bamett; Woo(^f&rde, W. W. Harmon. 

MMitr€s§€» — Hodgdon k Co. ; fF'oodfords, American-' Boriia L. Paik- 
man« agent. 

JLibrartf—Wooc^fords—Deering Public, Mon., Wed. and Sat. 
• M^iwerM StmMes—S. P. WinsTow, Fred Boucher: Woo^fords, O. F. 
Gilpatri^ ; Libby's Comer, W. S. Cole. 

JRimm0 WtsHer^J. D. CHENEY. 

MtmemHots mutt lVc«# Jffnsie T^meher—Oakdale, MRS. A. N. 
HA WES (Portland P. O.), (see advt. back of book). 

««*Ml»~WESTBR(K>K SEMINARY AND FEMALE COLLEGE, 
A. B. Allen, ▲. m., acting principal, (see advt. in back of book). Woot^fordi 
—Deering High School, Edgar li. Crosby, principal. 

Simtimm •Mgeuis— WesUn-ook JuncH<m, F. M. Patten ; Woodfords, B. 
L. Parkman. 

•^ss^tns-P. O. S. o/^.— Washington No. 6, Wed. Woo4ford9—M€^• 
0<m«— Deering, 2d Mon. /. O. O. ^.—Fraternity, No. 6, Mon. JT. of P.— 
Rocky mil, Thurs. U. O. Q, C— Woodfords, No. 286, Wed. A, O. U, W, 
—Deering, No. 17, Ist and 3d Wed. /. O. R. Jf.— Rockameecook, No. 22, 
Tnes. Deering Village Improvement Soc.—C. A. Woodbury, pres., A. F. 
Berry, sec. Allen*8 COmer—f. O. O, i*.— Maple Moon, Tues. H. S. G. F, 
^Oasco, No. 163, last Fri. Pride's Bridge^P. of jy^.— Presumpscot, No. 
16, Wed. Strotidwater-'L O. O. C— Stroudwater, No. 879, Ist and 8d Sat 



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^ COAL ^ 

Sole Agent for Maine, 

STSBLINa COAL CO., 419 Walnut St, FhUadelphia. 

Powelton Coals, Semi-Bituminous, Fine Steam and 
Blacksmiths' Coals. Excellent references given. 

Saccarappa and Cumberland Mills, Me. 



Nassau Plastering Fibre 

▲ Bubstitate f or lutir, and superior 
to it in All respects. It gives entire 
satisfaction, and costs less. 

Send for oiroular and price. 

A. r. MBTCALV, 

Bruneufiehf Me,f State Agent, 



Cut Flowere for All Ooeaeiono 

Also, Bedding PlantB at ¥niolesale 
and Retail. Send for prices to 

JOHN BURR, 
Florist* Fbbepobt,M£. 

Telephone and Telegraph. 



J. P. SPEAR, 
UNDERTAKER, 

AND PlOTUBB FrAMEB, 

119 Mall Street. 

SAOOABABBA, . MAINB. 



Qoddaxd 8 Greenhouses, 
BedilMflaats A Oat Plawers, 

at wholesale and Eletail. 
Flowers for Funerals a specialty. 
Agents supplied. Telephone 2708. 
Twenty minntes ride from Portland. 
One-half mile from M. C. R. R. Star 
tion at Woodfords. Calrin 8. Ood- 
dard, Bdward H. Goddard. P. O. 
Address, Woodfordn^ Maine, 



Q. D. WEEKS, 

CivU Bngineer, Oorhan^, Me, 

Careful and accurate suryeys made 
for all classes of work. Careful and 
accurate plans, maps, drafts or copies 
<tf any kind of worfc In this line: nest 
of reference. Also proprietor ocGor- 
ham Granite and Marble Works. 



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WILLIAM MORTON, 
FLORIST. 

Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Plants and Oat 
Flowers for Bouquets and FniMfBlI>»> 
signs. Natural Flowers Plreseryed. 

105 Booehange Ijtreet, 
BOBTLANB, - MAINB. 



WALTER DOCKENDORPP, 

And neater in BUMBS S WINDMJLX.S9 



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FREEPORT 



Granite ^Marble Works, 

E. B. MALLET, Jr., Prop. 

FREEPORT, MAINE. 



-ALL KINDS OP- 



Cemetery ^ Building Work 

BXBCUTBD IN 

Doiestjc aiiil Fomip GraDite anil Marlile. 

MONUMENTAL WORK IN 

FREEPORT LIGHT GRANITE 

A SPECIALTY. 
Estimates and Designs Furnished on Application. 



FREEPORT BRICK YARD. 

A Large Stock Constantly on hand ready 
for Shipment. 

E. B. MALLET, Jr., Proprietor. 
FREEPORT, MAIIIC. 

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fa.il.m:otjth:. 

Seven miles N. of Portland. On Me. Central R..IL and G. T. B. First 

settled about 1632. Originally included Cape Elinbeth, Westbrook, and 

Portland. Incorporated 1718. Population— 1850, 2157; I860, 1985; 1870, 

1780; 1880,1622; 1890,1580. Yalua^on, 1860— Polls, 428; Estates, 9621,- 

978; 1870-Polls, 448; Estates, 9688,627; I88O-P0U8, 882; Estates, 1768,- 

470; 188a-Polls, 463: Estates, $936,047. 
Pretumpgoot Falls Villaget one and one-half miles west of Falmouth P. O* 

P«*«fliMM#er»— C. K. Richards; West, A. S. Noyes; Falmouth Foreside, 
Geo. D. Sargont^or/A, Miss E. B. Emery. 

9€tecim»eM—We8t, F. B. Blanchard, Roland Leighton ; Fahnouth Fart' 
tide, Roland 3. York. 

S^MTM Cterk mud Vretunrer— West, A. 8. Noyes. 

C0i9ee$»r amd C0H»iakt€—We»t, Wm. £. Winslow. 

9eM0ot Commiiiee—West, F. B. Blanchard, H. B. Monntfort, H. J. 
Merrill. 

Board oTMeaUh—Ti. J. Merrill, sec., W. K. Swett, Wm. E. Winslow. 

C'fetWIfasets— Geo. Johnson, 1st Cong. ; Foreaide, A. C. Traft<m, Meth.f 
West, W. H. Haskell, Cong. ; B. P. Parker, Free Bap. 

tPkwMicUm—A. £. Fessenden, All. 

MJawmer—West, C. E. Cliffbrd. 

jrN##3ee«— Peter Stewart, Feb. 6, 1889; Silas SkilHn, Apr. 27, 1886; D. 
O. Moulton, Jan. 10, 1890; A. S. Noyes, March 6, 1885; C. B. Cliiford, 
KoT. 18, 1888, Quorum: Silas Skillin, May 16, 1890, Trial. 

^errkauU—t. B. Richards Jt Co., general stores; A. Bowie, C. Chris- 
tenson, milk. West, Noyes h Pearson, general stores; F. 0. Pearson, 
butcher; B. S. Huston, W. F. Babb. milk; H. B. Monntfort, sewing ma- 
chines. Falmouth Foreside, GteOTge D. Sargent, general stores; Frank 
Moulton, market gardener. 

Var«ifM/kr#«frer«— Charles Wescott, smith: W. H. Barker, O.W. Buck- 
nam, Royal Lunt, carpenters and builders. FTe**— West Falmouth Man- 
ulbcturing Co., hubs, spokes and rims; F. A. Merrill, lumber; G. W. Snell. 
W. H. Wmslow. smiths; W. H. Winslow, wheels; I>. P. Young, bored 
wells (Westbrook P. O.); A. J. Dearborn, builder: R. H. B. Bauey, car- 
riages and painting; L. G. Leighton, painter; J. W. Huston, J. H. Ander- 
son, L. A. Olmstes^, carpenters and builders. Presumpseot Falls, Colurar 
bus KnighVboots and shoes. Foreside, Stevens fr Co., rait and meal ; E. S. 
Dow, L. D.Wells, smiths ; North, T. M. Lewis, lumber : G. R. Morrill, smith. 

Wrndermood S^imM— Falmouth ForeHde, THE UNDERWOOD CO. 

M*r4mter—West, A. S. Noyes. 

Simtim* •€0eMi0—M. C.R. R.. H. W. Merrill; G. T. R., H. M. Stone. 

•«««o»#tM— /: O. O. i?.— Presumpseot, No. 91, Fri. /. O. O. T.— Oak 
Grpve,Tue8. FrM«,Jr.<>/'P.— Piscataqua. Wed. Pleasant HUl Orchestra, 
F. A. Merrill, agent. Foreside, I. O, ~ ' 



O. k. If.— Tolam. 



Beyenteen miles N. E. of Portland. On M. C. R. R. and steamboat line 
trom Portland. First known as Harraseket. Formeriy a part of North 
Yarmouth. Incorp. the 64th town Feb. 14, 1789. Name derived from the 
openness of its haroor. Divided in 1808. and Pownal set off. Population 
—1850,2629; 1860, 2792; 1870, 2457; 1880„2279; 1890, 2482. Valuation, 
1860— Polls, 682; Estates, $821,460; 1870— Polls, 594, Estates, $912,058; 
1880— Polls, 669; Estates, $979,088; 1890— Polls, 719; Estates, $1,263,571. 
F99imsagier»—K. C. Brewer ; South, Charles Jones. 
Seiecimsem— John C. Kendall, T. J. Curtis, A. L. Josselyn. 
Vmns Cferft-^WiUiam A. MitcheU. 



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TTreatmrer—JuMxiB S. Soule. 

€7oUeetor—J. F. Litchfield. 

C7#«M#aAle— James H. Banks. 

tSehooi C0mm»itiee—E. B. Mallet jr., E. C. Townsend, H. F. TwitoheU. 

Board0rMeeaiM—J. P. Merrill, B. P. Soule, W. C. Fogg. 

CierjfMmteH—W. F. Stone, Om§.; J. B. Wilson, Bap.; vacant,^. 
Bap. ; J. L. Waite (Brunswick), Unto. ; South, Arthur Smith, Cong. 

Phy»iciaBu^D. D. Spear, H.F. Twitchell, F. W. Searle, AIL; J. C. 
Gannett, Ham. 

Xratrycr#— Samuel Clark, B. W. Mitchell, D. C. Reed. 

JVotaru—Eavrin C. Townsend, April 27, 1886. 
jrM»tice9—B. W. Mitchell, Nov. 30, 1888; E. C. Townsend, Nov. 26, 1886; 
Samuel Clark, June 27, 1884; John C. KendaU, Aug. 6, 1884; H.C. Brewer, 
Jan. 18, 1888: Geo. F. Fogg, Mar. 26, 1890, Quorum: K. C. Townsend, 
Mar. 26. 1890, TruU. 

^flterchaMt»—'E. B. MALLET JR., dry and fancy goods, carpets, wall 
papers, clothing and gents' furnishings, hardware, paints and oils, coal, 
groceries, crockery, patent medicines, etc. ; Wm. A. Mitchell, stationery 
and periodicals; J. A. Brewster & Co., general stores; Winthrop C. Fogg, 
Chas. L. Carr, apothecaries; Miss A. Dillingham, Mrs. Morse, millinery; 
M. E. Averill, foncy groceries ; James H. Banks, fancy fowl; Pettengill h 
Chase, J. F.Moulton, meat markets; A. K. Grant, fish ; Orrin W. Smith, 
Jewelry, toys, and glassware; G^o. A. Miller, hardware, stoves and tin- 
ware; B. S. Peacock, watches, jewelry, clothing and gent's furnishing 
goods; Gould Bros., boota and shoes; N. W. Fogg, furniture and caskets; 
Freds. Soule, merchant tailor; D. C. Reed, variety; Geo. Preble, fruit, 
confectionery and fancy groceries; Wm. H. Ward, butcher; W. M. Noyes, 
hay: Gibbs E. Noyes, eggs ; South, Jones Bros;, general stores; John L. 
Taylor, stock dealer; Geo. F. Fogg, fish ; North, J. S. Ward, D. J. Town- 
send, general stores. 

jnEauHfacturerB—A.. W. Shaw & Co., H. E. Davis & Co., H. P. Den- 
nison, L. M. Bailey, M. V. B. Jordan, boots and shoes; Ira S. Coffin, pho- 
tographer; W. M. Curtis, Griflin Bros., W. P. Kendall & Son, A. W. 
Bradbury, painters: J. G. Stilkey, carriage painter: J. P. Merrill, ma- 
chinist: H. B. Tuttle, H. W. Noyes, J. M. Locke, J. Fred Aubens, smiths; 
J. O. Chapman, A. F. Woodman, A. S. Litchfield, Geo. W. Coflin, carpen- 
ters; E. B. MALLET JR., wooden boxes, bricks, saw and grist mill; W. 
E. Osgood, paper boxes; F. E. Merrill, printer; Mrs. F. R. Lord, laundry; 
Fred S. Soule, tailor ; Mrs. Anna Marston, tailoress ; W. J. Frost, har- 
nesses; D. S. Ward & Son, B. F. Dunning, Oliver O. Merrill, masons ; 
Mrs. Fannie A. Hyde, Miss Sarah J. Chase, Miss Maggie E. Dillingham, 
Miss Clara HUl, Miss Maria Craig, Mrs. Willard Dorr, dressmakers ; South, 
W. K. Lewis & Co., canned goods; J. R. Weston, smith. 

•Muciioiteer 9— John T. Oxnard; South. John L. Taylor. 

Barber»—C. M. Day, Charles H. Tuttle, Freeman M. Grant; South, 
S. Abdoole. 



Civii Bugimeer—Bdwin C. Townsend. 

%erican, I. H. Fogg, e 
IN BURR (see advt. opp. page 3 
Wreepori Brick l*ar«f— E. B. MALLET JR., prop, (see advt. opp. 



CireHlaiikg lAbrarfg^W. A. Mitchell, 300 volumes. 
Bxpre»»— American, I. H. Fogg, agent. 
JPiar<«#-JOHN BURR (see advt. opp. page 310). 



page 811). 
Freepori GruMite and Jtfarble IW'orka—E. B. MALLET JR., 

prop, (see advt. opp. page 811). 

JExpre»»—Freeport and Poftland, H. H. Porter, prop. 

Ijiverw Siabi€9—F. W. Mitchell, A. H. Kilby; South, Emery Jones, 
W. M. Soule. 

Meat Bstate—S. A. Holbrook. 

Mu9urance—J. C. Kendall. 

tSchoott—VroQ High School, W. B. Mitchell, prin., Mary £. Mitchell, 



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assistant; North Grammar, Bmma C. Sargent, prin.; Sooth Gramaar, 
Fannie A. Dnnham, prin. 

«f ««•'# jM— ifa<on«— Freeport, Monday on or before tall moon. K. qf P. 
— Harraseeket, No, 30, Fri. G. A. i2.--James D. Fessenden Post No. 98; 
Woman's Relief Corps, Thurs. S, of F.— Phil. Sheridan Camp, Thurs. 
U. O. a. C— Granite, No. 381, alt. Bfcon. South, I. O. Q. T.— Diamond, 
385, Tnes. 

nteU— HARRASEEKET HOUSE, F. W. Nichols, prop., B. R. 
Bearse, manager, European plan, meals at all hours ; Cuuhing House, Mia. 
S. E. Cashing; Hotel Harlow, Warren Harlow. 

jnew9iH^ei^-See table. 

oorh^m:. 

Ten miles W. of Portland. On P. k R., and White Mt. Dirision M. C. 
Railroads. First settled in 1786. Originally called Narragansett, No. 7 ; 
afterwards Gorhamtown, in honor of Cant. John Gorham. and incorpo- 
rated in 1764. The township was granted to the soldiers who served la 
King Philip's war in 1728. Population— 1850, 8088; 1860, 8258; 1870, 8851 ; 
1880, 828S; 1890, 2888. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 754; Estates, $l,m,70f; 
1870— Polls, 774; Estates. $1,445,968; 1880— Polls, 756; Estates, $1,898^24; 
1890— Polls, 790; Estates, $1,600,038. 

Parker's Comers, South Gorham, a Tillage in south part of town, to 
which mail may be directed. Great Falls, Gambo Falls, Uttle Falls and 
Mallison Falls, villages on Presumpscot River, partially in Windham. 
J>o«#jM4f«#«rs— H. R. Millett; West, H. R. Colesworthy; WhUe Rook, 

W. Buxton; North, C. W. Shaw. 
J9eler#Meat— Fred D. Scamman ; White Rock, E. M. Wilson: West, L. 

jL,. Files. 

V0WH Ctertt—J. C. Summersides. 
\ 2V««#wr«r— Stephen Hlnkley. 

' - C0UBiakie mnd C0iieci0r—Q9XdneT M. Parker. 

Seh0oi C0mmiHee—Qeo. R. Spinney (Weet), H. C. Palmer, H. A. 

McKenney. 
Board oT Wem9th—Q. W. Heath, sec., C. G. Carver, A. W. Lincoln. 
Clerffpm»eM—Qeo. W. Reynolds, Cotig.; School street, T. N. Kewley; 



North St., M. B. Pratt. Meth.; S, Windham P. O., supplies, F. Bap.; 
White Rock, supplies, F. Bap. ; Parker's Of)m€r«, vacant, F. Bap. 

JR/kWs4c4mme—A. W. Lincoln, O'Neil W. R. Straw, Chas. H. Ridlon, 
All, ; Mrs. R. A. Bnzzell, Horn. 

•€9t€i4oHeer and CaHve^gameer—Qt. D. Weeks. 

•^a#«ry— John A. Waterman, Sept. 1, 1890. 

JasUceu—Gr. D. Weeks, March 27, 1889; John A. Waterman, March 6, 
1886; M. T. Files, Jan. 6, 1891; Geo. B. Emery, March 27, 1884; Henry R. 
Millett, Jan. 18, 1888; Jos. W. Parker, Mar. 5. 1890: Lewis R. Johnson, Deo. 
16, 1886 ; Walter C. Clement, June 28, 1889 ; Edward W. GuptiU, Dec. 4, 1890 ; 
Rose B. Bumell (to administer oaths), Ouorum; J. A. Waterman, Dedimus. 

Xratrflfer*— J. A. Waterman, Geo. B. Emery. 

•1!rere*aN#«— Joseph Ridlon & Son, Cyrus Abbott, R. G. Harding, 
Milton Shaw, J. F. Shackford, croneral stores; F. W. Harding, dry, fancy 
and gents'fumishin^ goods; F. H. Emery, dry and fttncy goods and millin- 
ery; Brown Bros., stoves and tinware ; Irish & Cobnm, apothecaries ; John 
C. Summersides, groceries and pi-ovlsions; J. S. Leavitt & Sou (also grain, 
flour and feed), C. Abbott, hay, straw, wood and coal; M. Shaw, lumber, 

Soceries. etc.; S. B. Guthrie, F. W. Harding, boots and shoes; M. L. 
elsey, fancy goods: S. E.MpLellan, O. A. Bean, jewelry ; Jas. M. Moody, 
nursery stock; H. A. McKenney, H. C. Palmer, milk; Charles E. Odion, 
l^eddlers' supplies; Alfred Bassett, merchant tailor; F. P. Johnsou, ice; 
IS. H. F. Smith, coal. 
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814 ANNUAL BEGISTBK OF MAINE. 

West, H. R. Colesworthy, general stores. 

White Rock, M. T. Files, Walter S. Buxton ft Co., general* stores. 

South Wmdham P. O., A. L. Folsom, meats and provisions; D. A. 
Brackett, clothing, boots, shoes, etc. 

North, Shaw & Parker, C. E. Wescott, general stores. 

JfMaa»Mraei»arerM—B. Hinkley ft Co., leather; S. C. Bolton, Edward 
Harding, coats; J. L. Drown, carriages; Theodore Shackford, carpenter 
and buuder ; 3am*l Ridgway, fil e cu tter; J. M. McLellan, James Lombard, 
Oeorge Patrick, smiths; 6. D. WEEKS, granite and marble worker (see 
adyt. opp. page 310); A. E. Elkins, W. P. Kimball, butchers; Edwin 
Crockett, Geo. E. Went worth, house painters; Frank A. Rounds, carriage 
painter; Augustus Parker, harnesses; Ella R. HalCiMrs. H. F. Waterman, 
dressmakers; Brown Bros., coffins and caskets; Byron Hamblen, Wd». M. 
Dyer, stone masons; J. S. I..eavitt & Son, meal; Gorham Scythe Rifle 
Co., scythe rifles : Samuel Dolley, mason and builder. 

South, Knight Bros., lumber. 

SfYuth Windham P. O., H. B. Cloudman, mason and builder; W. H. 
McLellan, smith; Sewall Cloudman, mason and plasterer; North, C. E. 
Wescott & Co., box and hogshead shook, powder kegs, and lonff lumber; 
Indurated Fibre Co. , indurated ware ; Chas. Johnson, canned goods ; West, 
Wilson & Gray, clothing: A. J. Stadcpole, J. D. Spinney, blacksmiths. 

White Hockfjyaniel libby, smith; M. T. Files, clothing; Davis R. SmalL 
carpenter and builder; E. M. Wilson, North Branch Packing Co., canned 
goods. 



BarherM—U, G. Bowe, John Cressey. 

CivU J?»4r<Me«r— GARDNER D. WEEKS (see advt. opp. pag 

JBxjnvMses— American, H. L. Harding; GorJum* L. J. Patrick. 



MMMiW€uteei Fire and Life—a. R. Mulett. 

«r*»0##-WESTERN NORMAL SCHOOL, W. J. Corthell, principal 
(see advt. back of book); High School, W. W. Woodman, principal. 

Xr^^orar— Gorham Library Association, J. A. Waterman, pres., 2600 
vols. ; l^iss Sarah L. Robie, librarian. 

Si^Mes— Livery, Chas. H. Lowell ; Livery, Sale and Exchange, Charles 
Hanson & Son; South Windham P. O., Manchester. 

SiaiioH ^getUs—P, & R. R, R.—C. N. Hayes; White Rock—M. C. 
22. R.—X. Burdwood. 

T^le0fraph—C. N. Hayes, operator. 

•jf««»'fjM— ifoso/M— Harmony, Wed. on or before fhll moon. P. g^ 
^.— Gorliam, No. 54, Sat. K, of P.— Dirigo, No. 21, Thurs. /. O. O. F, 
—Gorham No. 98, Friday. G. A. i?.— Post John R. Adams, No. 101, Mon. 
on or before ftill moon ; Woman's Relief Corps, Wed. after full moon. 
Northr^L O. O, T.— Fidelity. /. O. R. Jlf.— Presumpscot, No. 21. South 
Windham P. O.—L O. G. iT.— Light of Home, Sat. Sebago Lake P. O.— 
Farmer*8 Club, Gorham and Stanoish. 

M^araimat Monses—B.. B. Johnson, W. I. Bickford, M. C. Bnmell. 

MMmteis—Goi ham Hoibse, Mrs. Ivory Harmon ; fTe^^ Wallace Sadler ; 8o» 
Windham P. O., Chas. Moulton. 

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Sixteen miles N. of Portland. On Maine Central Railroad. Grant- 
ed by general court 1786, and called New Boston, because of proprieton 
residing in Boston. Settled about 1760. Fort and church Duut 1766. 
Nearly destroyed in French war. Revived, 1762. Congregational church 
formed, 1774, and Rev. Samuel Nash ordained. Incorporated the 89th 
town June 19, 1778, and named In honor of Thomas Gray, one of the pro- 
prietors. Population— 1860, 1788; 1860, 1768; 1870, 1788; 1880, 1798; 1890, 
{617. Valuation, 1860-Polis, 408; Estates, 9860,080; 187a~Poll8, 481. 



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OUMBBRIiAND OOTJinT. 816 

Estates. $480,780; 1880 -Polls, 41$; Estates, 9672022; ISOO-Polls, 404; 
Estates, $634 552. 

JRmMtmtuierB—B,. 6. Hall; N(yrth, Fred McDonald; Dry Mills, Cfaai. 
/^ B. Libby; West, R. A. Allen ; East, Alvin H. Perley. 

SeUdmseM^-Q^, A. Morrill^ Orrin S. Higi^us ; Ab., Sam'l Weymoath. 
** X*MrM Cterh ami 9Vea«tirer— Frank IT. Clark. 

' I Collector mud €0u»iabt€—M. C. Morrill. 

- ^ etcm^oi S a u f €r » tMm' C arrie E. Dou^Aity. 

Mt»ara •rXKealf*— E. T. Andrews, B. A. McCollister, J. F. Bowell. 

Ciergifmets—E. Bean, Oon^r.; F. P. Wormwood, F, Bap,; vacant, 
Meth. 

lRkw»*cimuM—E. T. Andrews, E. A. McCoUister, AU. 

meHiisi-^, F. Rowell. 

^MMiiee»—J. D. Anderson, April 27, 1886; Geo. A. Morrill, Mar. 2, 1887; 
W. H. Vinton. Feb. 28, 1886; Iforaoe F. CoUey. Oct. 26, 1887; Frank L. 
Clark, April 26, 1889, Oworuw : W. H. Vinton, Mar. 2, 1887, Trial, 

M/tutmerM—W. H. Vinton, J. D. Anderson. 

mWercMmuis—J. T. & W. L. Merrill, T. & J. T. Hanoo«k, Perley & HaU» 
dry goods and groceries; H. O. Weeks, dry goods and millinery; George 
F. Cobb, fancy goods, boots and shoes ; R. G. Hall, apothecary and jewel^; 
John W. Stevens, stoves and tinware; Emery Osgood, furniture; P. 
Bohnson. fish market. West, R. A. Allen, general stores. Dry Mills, G. 
A. Morrill, general stores. South, W. H. Webster, Frank Mill, cattle 
iHTokers. Worthy H. M. Sawyer, general stores. 

JfMaumfactnrers — £. S. Caswell, Augustus Low, granite and marble; 
J. Newbegiii, B^. F. Skillings, smiths; ISmeiy Osgood, cabinets, oofllns, 
kc; W. H. Golf, lumber and staves; E. Haines, painter; W. Barbour, M. 
Morse, A. libby, masons; Hugh Smith, sleighs; T. L. Libby, staves; J. 
Maxwell, boots and shoes: J. E. Libby, harnesses; W. S. Cross, carriages; 
A. F. Libbv, Chas. E. Libby jr., A. F. CoUey, J. R. Foster, carpenters and 
builders; A. Antoine, barber; E. S. Caswell, printer; Horace F. Webb, 
canned com; Haskell & DoUey, dressmakers. 

North, E. F. Libby, grist and shingle mill; Eben Maxwell, carpenter; 
H. C. Foster, contractor and builder. 

Souihf E. Farwell, tailor; Geo. Emery, carpenter and builder. 

JSastt W. H. Morse, saw and grist mill : Perley & Hall, ffrist mill. 

West, Chas. £. Allen, carriages and sleighs; R. A. AUen, lumber and 
staves; J. S. Adams, nursery; Isaac Libby, Albert Pennell, Hiram SkU- 
Ungs, carpenters and builders. 

Dry Mills, Charles £. Libby, G. A. Morrill, lumber and staves; F.S. 
Gofl^ smith. 

^ueHmseers—n. F. Colley ; Dry Mills, I. H. Libby. 

SeMooS—PeBWdll Institute, Lee B. Hunt, principal. 

•Mss^tuM—Chray Park ^sso.— Geo. A. Morrill (Dry Mills), pres.; J. H. 
Chase, sec. /. 0. O. if.— Siloam, No. 46, Tues. K. g/" P.—Sebago, Friday. 
Ch-ap Comet Band—¥. H. Morse, leader. U. O. G. C— Royal, No. 286, 
Ist and 8d Thurs. P. of iJ.— Gray, No. 41, Wed. 

MwM—Townf^. 8. Caswell, manager. 

Moiei— Hotel Parker, Geo. S. Pa&er. 



Fourteen miles N. E. of Portland by water and forty by land. Terminus of 
steamboat line A-om Portland and stage-line fk-om Brunswick. Embraces 
numerous islands in Casco Bay. Formerly called Merryconeag. First 
settled, 1720. Set oiT from North Yarmouth as a precinct in 1760. In- 
corporated the 18th town Jan. 16, 1768. Named at the pleasure of the 
legislature. First settled minister, Rev. Elisha Eaton. Population- 



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816 ANNUAL BB6ISTEB OF MAINE. 

1850, 1534 ; 1860, 1608 ; 1870, 1749 ; 1880, 1778 ; 1890, 1766. Valuation, 1860— 
Polls, 401; Estates, $446,288; 1870— Polls, 430; Estates, $454,601 ; laSO— 
Polls, 430; Estates, $499,621 ; 1890— Polls, 454 ; Estates, $615,003. 

Fob tanaUer»— Center, Elisha A. Clark; North, Isaac Merriman 2d; 
South, I. P. Bailey; East, W. H. Doughty; West, Mrs. Elnora Webber; 
Orr's Island, Richard Orr; Cundy's Harbor, Sidney Watson; BaUey'a 
Island, D. P. Sinnett. 

Sei€cim§eMr— North, Walter Merriman; East, Alfred B. Snow; South, 
Jacob B. Pinkham. 

VomfH Cierk— Center, Elisha S.-Stover. 

Vreaanrer — Center, Elisha A. Clark. 

Cmllectmr and CoMMiable— Center, William F. Clark. 
C0M»tabi€9— South, Geo. R. Johnson : Center, Wm. F. Clark. 

School SMMervUmr—West, Daniel R. Stover. 

Board 0f MeaiiM—J . L. Farr, sec., J. N. Stinson, Geo. H. Dearborn. 

JFiak Vf*artie»$r-0rr'8 Island, Frank E. Wallace. 

Cterfgjf men— Center, I. Stewart, Covm. ; West, George Hoit, Meth. / 
vacant, Bap.; Orr's Island, supplies, F. Bap.; Greorge Hoit, Meth.; 
North, vacant, Univ. ; East, vacant, F. Bap. ; Candy's Harbor, vacant, 
Chris. 

FM^Midau—West, G. A. Harlow, All. 

.Jwf <€?«#— Richard Orr, June 2, 1886; Stephen Purinton, May 17, 1887; 
David Pennell, Apr. 27, 1887; Elijah K. Hodgkins, May 15, 1888; Francis 
J. Orr, Jan. 6. 1891; Stephen F. Morrill, Quorum: Paul A. Durgan, Sept. 
27, 1888, Trial. 

JfferehautB— Center, E. A. Clark, general store and fancy fowl; 
North, Isaac Merriman, 2d; East, William Littlejohn, William Coffin, 
E. T. Dyer, general stores; Ridgewood Ice Co., John Clark, pres. ; God- 
dard Ice Co., Frank A. Goddard, supt.; Candy's Harbor, Sidney 
Watson, Gordon ft Ridley, general stores and fish: West, Moses 
Bailey, general stores; West Harpswell Ice Co., J. A. Stover, supt.; 
Oi'T^s Island, Prince ft Son, general stores and fish; J. Robinson, general 
stores; Ella Hanson, dry and fancy goods; South, E. G. Pinkham ir. ft 
Co., J. F. Lawson, dry goods and groceries; Lydia J. Stover, millinery 
and foncy goods; Laura J. Lang, ary and fa.ncy goods; Bailey's Island, 
D. P. Sinnett, general stores and fish; George H. Johnson, ficroceries. 

JfEoMmfaeiMrerM— Center, E. K. Hodgkins, steam launches, etc. ; Har- 
mon Merriman, dories: North, Jb». E. Alexander, smith; Geo. R. Skol- 
field, ships; Fred S. Alexander, Isaac Alexander, joiners and boats ; West, 
P. A. Durgan, yachts and boats; Paul C. Merriman, ships; W^m. Randal, 
IssMQ Bailev, joiners ; Ea^t, Wm. Doughty, boats ; Orr's Island, Jas. Farr, 
loiner and Duilder; R. O. Johnson, Wm. J. Reed, boats; C. T. Woodward, 
boats ; Bailey's Island, D. P. Sinnett, boats ; West, Casco Bay Mills, S. A. 
ft J. H. True, grist mills: Candy's Harbor, David Harrington, dories. 

^MMoHuM— South, I. O. G. T., Sat. U O. P. F., 1st and 3d Wed. Orr's 
Island, U. O. G. C, Island Home, No. 281 Wed. Cundy's Harbor, /. O. 
O. r.— Life Boat, No. 256. 

Boteis— South— Mansion House, G. H. Dearborn ; Merriconea^ Hotel, 
A. E. Pinkham; Alexander's Boarding House, Eli M. Alexander ; LaW' 
son's Boarding House, J. F. Lawson; Bonanza House, Charles Coburn; 
Orr's Island— Sinnett' 8 Boarding House, George Sinnett; Coombs Boarding 
House, James R. Coombs; Prince's Boarding House, Mrs. Ada Prince. 



Forty miles N. W. of Portland. Terminus of steamboat line ft-om Sebago 
Lake station on M. C. Railroad; on stage-line from Norway, also Water- 
ford to Bridgton. Formed from parts of Otisfield and Bridgton, and inoor- 



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CUMBSBLAND COUNTT. 81T 

porated 160th town, Mar. 8, 1805. Named in honor of Harrison Oraj Otis, 
Esq., of Boston. First preacher, Nicholas Bray. Congregational and 
F. B. churches organized, 1826. Population— 1850, 1460 ; 1860, 1262 : 1870, 
1219; 188t), 1168; 1890, 1071. Valuation, 1860— Polls, 294; Estates, $247.- 
147; 187O-Poll8,307; Estates, $304,636 ; 1880— Polls, 343; Estates, |816,. 
826; 1890— PoUs, 322; Estates, $438,168. 

JPM#jisa##er«— Wm. H. Bailey; Bolster's Mills, Isaac S. Skillings. 
^ #elec#«f CM— Marshall Jordan, James Thomas; Bolster* s Jl/i//«, Darld 
'' E. Caswell. 

STotrM CHerik— Howard L. Sampson. 

Vretunrer—Alhion K. Morse. 

CoUeei»rr-Ow). S. Pitts. 

€^HMtmMe—Cha&. H. Eaton. 

Sckoml iSwyerr<*#r— Alphonso Monlton. 

jrMtrii0/*lif<ral#*— Alphonso Monlton.sec., J. P. Lown, C.B.Bylvester. 

Cterptmtmen — vacant, Bav.; H. A. Freeman (No. Bridgton), Cong.; 
yacajxtyF. Bap. ; Bolster's Mills t supplies, Meth. 

PhM»ic4uMM—C. B. Sylvester, AIL; Bolster's Mitts, S. L. Weston, E. 
A. Wrtght, All. 

MtawMers—Jeese W. Warren; Bolster's MillSf O. G. Cook. 

^eutisi—W. L. Haskell. 

JTmiarp -James P. Lown, July 29, 1890. 

^fMfic«#— Alphonso Moulton, April 27, 1886 ; Jas. P. Lown. Mav20, 
1886; Jesse W. Warren, Jan. 2, 1889, Quor^tm: O. G. Cook, April 29, 1885; 
Nathan C. Pinkham, May 20, 1886; Nathaniel H. Seavey, April 1, 1888 ; 
Geo. E. Tarbox, Mar. 15, 1888, TYial : C. A. Chaplin, Dedimus. 

•0Hctim»seer»—Chas. H. Eaton: Bolster's Mtlh, C. E. Stuart. 

•l!ffe#-ribaM#«— Marshall Jordan & Son (and millinery), T. R. Sampson 
& Son, H. A. Libby, general stores; Sylvester & Dudley, drugs and books; 
N. N. Caswell, corn, meal, etc.; F. H. Ricker, groceries, jewelry, cutlery, 
frc:; Marshall Jordan, meat market; Edward Brav, paints, oils, and under- 
taker's goods; Mrs. F. H. Mnller, Mrs. S. H. Ricker, dry and fancy goods 
and millinery ; L. i'. Blake, stoves and tinware ; Hollis H. Caswell, hard and 
tinware; Geo. N. Spaulding, watches and jewelry; John F. Allen, boots 
and shoes; Wm. H. Bailey, stationery, confectionery and fuicy goods; 
Bolster's Mills, Chas. E. Stuart, F. H. Pike, general stores; O. G. Cook, 
com and meal. 

•JTaHHracinrers—T. H. RICKER & SONS, machinists (see advt. ft-ont 
of book) ; Holt & Pitts corn planters P. Tolman, bricks ; C. S. Whitney, 
cooperage; A. 8. Pitts, Geo. W. Roes, smiths; H. H. Caswell, doors, sasn, 
and blinds; W. V. Carsley, Jos. Fogg, Chas. Hazen, carpenters; Luther C. 
Blake, tinware; Edward Bray, coffins and caskets; Eaton & Sj^ulding, G. 
W. Roes, patent rowlocks; T. D. Emery, clothing; Mrs. A. M. Lombard, 
Mrs. F. H. Muller, dressmakers; Chas. H. Eaton, carriage repairs; Bum- 
ham &, Morrill, canned proods; C. S.Whitnev, lumber and staves; N. N. 
Caswell, grist-mill; S. F. Tibbetts, John F. Allen, boots and shoes; Richard 
E. Twitchell, mason; S. T.Whitney, stone cutter; L B. Thornton, harness 
repairs. 

Bolster's Mills, Walter Mills, E. L. Hicks, smiths; Leander Dorman, N. 
C. Pinkham. carriage repairs; Albert Odenwalder, mason ; Darius Brown's 
Sons, shineles ; Reuben Cobb, harnesses ; Amos Brackett, wool carding; 
Cyrus Scnoner, long and short lumber; N. C. Pinkham, Mahlon Akers, 
carpenters; Weston & Andrews, evaporated apples; O. G. Cook, gristmill. 

Jfar*cr#— George Wilbur, Fred S. Lamb. 

JBxpresses — American, Canadian^ S. C. Davis, agent. 

Jrf»Arar<c#— Village Library; Reform Club Library; Bolster's Mills, 
Bolster's Mills Library. 

Etimerff Siakie— David Kneeland. 

SfsriHg— Summit Spring, Luther Douglass, manager. 

J^tmaic flTeocAer— Miss Nancy Hobbs (instrumental). 



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318 ANNUAL RBOISnm OF MAINS. 

Wmanmnce—Life and Accident, 0«orse S. Pitts. 

tM»99HB%9^ Fanner* 8 C/uft— James G. Whitney, pres. ; A. Moulton, sec. 
8. qf r.— Harrison, No. 22, Monday. /. O. O. i^.— Harrison, No. 41, Fri. 
O. A. /J.— John A. Logan Post, No. 154, Ist and 8d Tues. Northern Cnyrir 
bertand Agricufttiral -»oct«f|/— Alphonzo Monlton, sec. Bolster's Mills — 
3/gwo»«— Crooked River, No. 162, Thars. on or before full moon. P. ofH. 
—Crooked River, No. 32, Ist and 3d Sat. /. O. G. T.-JohnB. Gotigh, 
No. 54, alternate Thurs. 

n»teU—Elm House— DtLYld Kneeland; Pierce Rouse, W. H. Bailey fc 
Son; Summit Spring House. 

Tfairty miles N. W. of Portland. Terminus of staffe-lines from. Oxford on 
O. T. R., to Edes Falls, from East Baldwin, on Bi. C. R. R. ;. also on Se- 
baffo Steamboat line. Formed from Otisfield, Harrison, Raymond^ 
Bridgton and Sebago. Incorporated 1834. Population— 1850,1025; I860, 
1218; 1870. 1068; 1880, 1007; 1890,846. Valuation, 1860-Pons,288; Es- 
tates, $233,327; 1870— Polls, 278; Estates, $268,645; 1880— Polls, 280; Es- 
tates, $242,618; 1890— Polls, 280; Estates, $267,878. 

JRoatmaaiers— John S. Clark; Edes Falls, Horatio Hall. 

Selecimseu—L^vi Cannell, Ralph Mayo; Edes Falls, Eugene Tenney. 

^r«arM Cfer*— Philip O. Cannell. 

SVe««if rer— Enoch Gammon. 

Cmmaiabfe amd C«ffec#oi*— Silas C. Pitts. 

Sehooi i$ffv«rrl««r— PhUip O. Cannell. 

Board mf lre«ff*— Pliilip O. Cannell, Geo. W. Hall. 

CterxtfuseH—^. V. Davis, Meih. ; vacant, Cong., Union Ch. 

JiP*y«<ria«M-Chas. Y. Lord; Edes Falls, Leo U. Hall, All. 

Etxwjfer—DAv\d H. Cole. 

^»»«ce#-David H. Cole, Jan. 26, 1886; P. O. Cannell, May 1, 1884; 
L. Barton, Nov. 24, 1886, Quorum: Hezekiah J. Leavitt, Jan. 18, 1887, 
Trial: P. O. Cannell, David H. Cole, Dedinus. 

0irercMa»si»—K. C. Lord, Samuel Leavitt, groceries; L. W. Sanborn, 
general stores; Edes Falls, H. Hall, groceries. 

JfraHMfacinrerM — Wreelon Walker, pants; Portland Packing Co., 
canned corn: Francis Jordan, E. E. Morris, carriages; G. W. Knight 2d, 
A. A. Martin, Geo. N. Mann, smiths; R. M. Mayo, cooper; G. E. Crockett, 
Washington Chaplin, J. Henry Lamb, Lewis P. Knight, lumber. Edei 
Falls, Isaac Sands, cooperage; Frank E. Harmon, pants; Daniel G. 
Chaplin, smith. 

•jfMtf'fiM— ^. L. £r.— Naples Council, No. 216; Naples Brass Band^ 
Jason Walker, leader. 

JSr^f el— Geo. W. Hall. 



IVEW 01L.0XJCE©TEIl. 

Twenty-two miles N. of Portland. On Maine Central and Grand Trunk 
Railroads. Granted by general court in 1735, to inhabitants of GlouceKter, 
Mass., ft-om which it derived its name. Town surveyed, 1737. Settled 
about 1743. Rev. S. Foxcroft. settled first pastor, 1754. Incorporated in 
1774. Was half shire town with Portland, and the courts sat nere from 
1791 until the organization of Oxford county, 1805, when they returned 
to Portland. Population— 1850, 1848; 1860,1654; 1870, 1496; 1880,1382; 
1890,1234. Valuation,1860— Polls. 404; Estates, $665,946; 1870— Polls, 
407; Estates, $848,905; 1880-Polls,427; Estates, $819/>75 ; 1890— Polls, 
391; Estates, $912,681. 



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JP««fji»a#f€r«— Mary Prince; Upper GUmcetter, W. H. True; Sabbath 
Day Lake, Lizzie M. Noyes. 

Seieeimett—J. W. True, G. W. Hatch, P. A. Coller. 

X*otr» C7l«rJk— John W. Trae. 

yPretumrery CsSieetor mud Cmuiahte—B. W. MerrilL 

8ch00i S m m er w U m r —Qeth F. Sweetser. 

Bamrd mfMem ii M Wm. U. Tme, J. L Sturgis, M. C. Clark. 

Ciergmtmen—K. G-. Manic, Omff.; yacant, F. Bap.; vcutt, Univ.; 
Tacant,^ap.; Sabbath Day Lake, John Vance, Shaker. 

^lMt»iciam-^oYm I. Sturtfis. All. 

J^HMiicem—S. Gross, Apr. W, 1886 ; Jamea M. TfaompMm, Not. 4, 1890: D. 
W. MerriU, May 15, 1890; Chas. H. Cobb, Not. 5, 1886: Chas. P. HaskeU 
Sept. 1,1886; T. M. Merrill, May 20. 1886; NeweU P. Haikell, Dec. 19, 
1890. Quorum: Charles H. Cobb, Dec 2, 1884, Trial. 

J9rereMmui»— Berry ft Starbird, Fred A. Bryant, general stores; Wm. 
H. Greeley, meats. Upper, Geo. Blake & Son, W. U. True ft Son, general 
stores; Sabbath Day Lake^ S. G. Norton, general stores; Merrill ft Hack- 
ett, apples. 

wiraHmraeimrer»—J. G. Bennett, carriages; N. Valentine, W. HewHtt. 
Eben Snow, carpenters; C. Brackett, smith; New Gloucester Packing Co., 
com TOtoking; New Gloucester Creamery Butter Co., J. W. True, ttfent: 
J. S. True, grain and meal; A. H. Merrill, F. H. MerriU, lumber; Uppers 
A. H. Jordan, F. W. "Winter, lumber; Segars & Whitman, carriages; 

F. W. Winter, pumps; A. Brown, C. H. N. Rowe, Jos. A. King, smiths; 

G. L. Harmon, A« Stevens, B. A. White, painters. 

Sabbath Day Lake, Shakers, Shaker articles in general, S. Kendrl<^, 
trustee, William Dumont, agent; Walter Brackett, smith , A. H. MerriU ft 
Son, lumber: C. W. Shacku>rd, carpenter ; Jos. O. Small, lumber. 

JRnbiic I/ibrmrff—Wjs8 Helen A. Moseley, librarian, 1000 volumes. 



Gloucester, No. 28. Tnes,. J. O. G. 71— Chandler, Fri. G. A. R.—Q. E. 
Whitman Post, 1st Sat. Nexv Gloucester and DanvWe Agriculturql Assoc., 
A. L. Richards, pres., J. W. True, sec. Upper Glmicester^t. O. G T.— 
Kingsbury, Wed. U. O. G. C.-Pine Tree. No. 286, 2d and 4th Sat. 
JSaiei— Belcher House, Albert K. Belcher. 



• 
Fourteen miles N. of Portland. On G. T. R. and M. C. R. R. Granted to 
Josepli Phippon and others in 1680, and extended fh>m the sea, five miles 
on each bank of Westecustifo (Bovairs river), seven and one half 
miles. Waste land between thu grant and Falmouth, also New Dama- 
riscove Island added, and the whole territory named North Yarmouth, 
Sept. 22, 1680. Settlement broken up by Indians In 1688, and renewed. 
1721-22. Rev. Ammi R. Cutter settled first pastor, 1780. Freeport set o^ 
and inc. 1789; Harpswell set off. 1750; Cumberland, 1821; Yarmouth, 
1849. Population— 1850, 1121; 1860,1076; 1870,940; 1880,827; 1890,709. 
Valuation, 1860- Polls. 244; Estates, ^464,776 ; 1870— PoUs, 222; Estates. 
$528,086: 1880— Polto, 252; Est., $372,510; 1890— Polls, 2-il ; Est., $396,448. 
Walnut Hill, station on M. C. R. R.. same as North Yarmouth P. O. 
East No. Yarmouth, G. T. R. station. 
M'oMtma»ierM—l. S. Stanwood; East, Wm. T. Dunn jr. 
SeiecimeM—CliiUi. S. Sweetsir, E. D. Loring. E. T. Haskell. 
X*Mv«i €SerM—E. D. Loring. 



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820 ANNUAL BBGTSTBR OP MAINE. 

Vreatwn'er—Eastj Albert Sweetsir. 

CoHBiahie attd CoUecttr—JSi. G. Hayes. 

€"9HMiahU—yf. P. Johnson. 

Schooi i$Mwerr<««f*— Gardiner Leighton jr. 

Jf*ar«f«rMre«lf A— William Osgood. Aaor Mitchell, S. H. Sweet&fr. 

Cterff^iHeM—I. B. Stuart, Cong.; East, J. F. Keith, Meth, 

«»*if#i«j|a«i— William Osgood (U. S. Examining Surgeon), All. 

SwBiieeB^C. S. Sweetsir, March 26, 1890; Newell R. Hadjell, Dec. 19, 
1890, Quorum: Samuel H. Sweetsir March 17, 1890, THal. 

.Mr«rciba»«##— Charles S. Sweetsir, Oscar F. Dolloff, fertilisers; East, I. 
S. Dunn & Sons, J. L. Dunn, general stores. 

•If aMn/4orcfNr«r«— Horace Hamilton, carriages; Isaac E. Hayes, lum- 
ber; Creorge H. Baston, James Doten, W. J. Troe, smiths; Frederic Ham- 
ilton, carnage painter; East, M. L. Whitney, patent hay-press. 

•0MMO»iMM—P, Of ^.— Wescustigo, No 27, Thurs. ', S.of Tl-Sot. 



Thirty-six rafles north-north-west of Portland. On daily stage-line 
from Oxford station on Grand Trunk Railroad, to Edes Falls. June 
14, 1777, granted to Hon. James Otis, Nathaniel Gorham, and the 
rest of the heirs and assigns of Capt. John Gorham, for services agaiust 
Canada in 1690. First plantation meeting held May 15, 1787. The first 
three roads were accepted by vote of the town, Sept. 18, 1797. Aug. 
23, 1797, voted to settle Thomas Roby, first plantation mini:$ter. 
Named for Harrison Gray Otis, one of the original proprietors, 
and included all of Otisfield, nearly all of Harrison, and a large pari 
of Naples. First town meeting, Sept. 1, 1797. First saw-mill built by 
David Ray. William G. Cobb, first male child, bom Oct. 14, 1779. In- 
corporated the 116th town, Feb. 19, 1798. Population— 1790, 197 ; 1850, 
1171; 1860, 1199; 1870, 1100; 1880, 927; 1890. 838. Valuation, 1860— Polls* 
286; Estates, $265,904; 1870— Polls, 269; Estates, $298,582; 1880-Poll8, 
214; Estates, $262,027 ; 1890— Polls, 224; Estates, $254,196. 
JPo«#MMi«#«r«^Benj. S. Moors; East, C. C. Davis. 
Sel€etm€*§—A. F. Nutting, S. P. Wardwell (East); Bdster^s MUl$ 

P. ()., Geo. L. Green. 
Vawu CUrh—Eaat, S. P. Wardwell. 
Vrea»nrer — Thomas Jackson. 
CoM9iahleaua CoUectmr—East, R. Gould. 
Schoml i$trfferr#««r— Sumner Spurr. 
C7fer4nyMt«««— Frank Bond, Cong. ; Bolster*8 Mills, Cyrus Purington, 

Meth,; East, vacant, E. Bap.; Jared Whitman (Oxford P. O.), 2d Adv, 
JRh^giciau—Bolster't Alills P. O., E«lward A. Wight. 
XfM«c«#—E. J. Sylvester. March 25 1890; Stephen D. Jillson, May 27, 

1886, Quorum: Jos. W. Holden, Dec. 16, 18£6; John W. Noble, Nov. 24, 

1886, THal: J. W. Holden, iJedimus, 

■ JfMerchauta—heTiy S. M< ors, A. F. Hamlin, general stores; M. D. 

Andrews, cattle and horses; Ea^t,9. P. Wardwell, L. L. Jillson, general 

stores; S. H. Wardwell, cattle; E. M. Jillson, sewing machines and or- 

fmxis; Bolster's Mills f Liaac S. Skillings, general stores; Benj. S. SkiUings, 

sheep and furs. 
•UfaMnfactm-erM—E. A. Holbrook, carriages; East, J. W. Holden, 

C. P. MATTOCKS (Portland P. O.), canned goods; Bolster's Mills, S. L. 

Weston, lumber. 
^»»0HMr— Otisfield Library Asso. ; /. 0. G. T. Bolster's Mills— Mor 

sons — Crooked River, No. 152, Thurs. on or before full moon; 1. O. G. T, — 

John B GoHgh; N. E. O. P.— Sherman. 
Mtoiel— Bolster's Mills, George L. Hancock. 



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Remodeled thronghout. 

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Livery Connected. Hacks to and from all Trains. 

TBANaiENT BATJES $».00 and $».S0 per day. 



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No9, 19, 14 and 16 Oreen Street, Portland, Maine* 

Telephone 168. Rear City Hotel. 



Carrickges and Vehicles of Every Description fur- 
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Oak Street Liiirery Stable^ 

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Flr8t-cla«8 teams of all descriptions 
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CUMBERLAND OOUinT. 821 

CITY OF I»OIlT3L.ilLNI>. 

On Casco Bay. One hundred and eight miles N. N. E. of Boston. North- 
em terminus of B. k M., eastern terminus of G. T. and P. & R., southern 
terminus of M. C. railroads. Connected by steamboat lines with New 
York, Boston,* Eastport, and St. John, N. B., HarpKwell, Boothbay, Mt. 
I>esert, and eastern coast. Winter terminus of Allan and Domiuion 
transatlantic steamship lines. Originally a part of ancient Falmouth. 
First settled by George Cleeves and Richard Tucker in 1632. Ancient 
Indian name, Machigonne. Settlement entirely destroyed in 1676, 
daring the first Indian war, and resettled 1680, under Fres. Danforth. 
The town was again destroyed by the French and Indians in 1690. 
After the conclusion of peace, some of the inhabitants began to return, 
and, about 1713, the settlement had regained something of its early 
prosperity, and a gradual and steady progress was made from this 
time. In 1727, March 7, a church was organized, the first on the east of 
Saco river, over which Rev. Thomas Smith was then ordained the pastor. 
In 1783, Robert Bayley was employed as schoolmaster. In 1736. it was 
made half shire town with York, and continued as such, until the incor- 
poration of Cumberland County, 1760, when it beeame the shire town of 
that county. On the admission of Maine into the Union, in 1820, Port- 
land became the seat of government and continued as such, until its 
removal to Augusta in 1^1. Early in the war of the Revolution, the 
town suffered a third time from the ravages of war, being bombarded by 
the British fieet under Capt. Mowatt, Oct. 18, 1775, and almost completely 
destroyed. Portland was incorporated as a town July 4, 1786, and adopt- 
ed a city charter March 26, 1832. Sufibred ft'om a terrible fire July 4th and 
5th, 1866, in which nearly one third of the city was destroyed. Popula- 
tion— 1790, 2246; 1850, 22,815; 1860, 26,341; 1870, 31,418; 1880, 83,810; 1890, 
36,425. Valuation, 1860-Polls, 4244; Estates, $17,866,000; 1870— Polls, 
7814: Estates, $29,489,257; 1880— Polls, 8529; Estates, $80,437,541 ; 1890- 
Polls, 9984; Estates, $37,956,808. 

Municipal election, first Monday in March. 

Mayors under City OrganizatUm. 
1832, Andrew L. Emerson, Dem. ; 1832, Jonathan Dow, Whig, to fill un- 
expired term of A. L. Emerson: 1833, John Anderson. Z>eiti. ; 1884-40, Levi 
Gutter, Whig; 1841, James C. Churchill, WlUg ; 1842, John Anderson, 
Dem.; 1848-8, Eliphalet Greely, Whig; 1849-50, J. B. Cahoon, Whig: 1861, 
NealDow, Whig; 1862, Albion K. Parris, Dem.: 1858-64, J. B. Cahoon, 
Whig; 1866, Neal Dow, R^,: ?S56, J. T. McCobb, Dem.; 1867, William 
Willis, Rep.; 1868-9, Jedediah Jewett, Rep. ; 1860, Joseph Howard, Dem.; 
1881-2, W. W. Thomas, Rep. ; 1868-6, Jacob McLellan, Rep. ; 1866-7, A. E. 
Stevens, Rep. ; 1868, Jacob McLellan, Rep. ; 1869, William L. Putnam. Dem. ; 
1870-72, B. Kingsbury, jr., Rep.; 1873-4, Geo. P. Wescott, Rep.; 1876, R. M. 
Richardson, Dem. : 1876, Francis Fessenden, Rep. ; 1877-8, Moses M. Butler, 
Rep. ; 1879, Geo. Walker, Dem. ; 1880-1, William Senter, Rep. ; 1882, Chas. 
F. Libby, Rep.; 1888, John W. Doering. Dem.; 1884, Marquis F. King, Rep. ; 
1885, John W. Deering, Dem.; 1886-8, Charles J. Chapman, Rep.; 1889-90, 
Holman S. Melcher, Rep.; 1891, Geo. W. True, Rep. 

Vote for Mayor, 1891. 

Wafd»-1. 
George W. True, Rep.j 671 

Darius H. Ingrahara, Dem.^ 532 

Rufus Deering, Prohib., 27 

Scattering, 1 

■PMr#«MM#er*— Herbert G. Briggs; assistant postmaster, Leroy S. San- 
bom ; Peak*8 Ulcmd—Eimeft E. SkSlings ; Loitg Island, T. M. Glendenning. 

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8SB ANNUAL bb0i»n:b of mains. 

Mtaitwaw Jftail Service— K. E. Graves, Cbief Clerk. 

€f0verMmeuif 1891— George W. True, Mayor; George C. Burgess, 
Cl&fJc 

Aldermen: Wards— 1. David Bimie; 2. Daniel Gallagher; 3. Charles 
D. Clark; 4, Robert A. McClutchy; 5. Frederick O. Coiiant; 6. Alexan- 
der B. Stevenson; 7 Charles R. Lewis, Chairman. 

Common Council : Charles A. Strout. Pres. ; L. Clifford Wade, Clerk. 

Wards— 1. John Cousena, Chas. P. Dam, John G. Munroe : 2. Joseph A. 
McGowan, Samuel J. Knowles, John B. Kehoe ; 3. Edgar E. Rounds, Chas. 
J. Butler, Wm. E. Carter; 4. John L. Brackett, Wm. McAleney, Wm. H. 
O'Brion; 5. Wm. T^. Prince, David T. Rines, Frank H. Little; 6. Chas. A. 
Strout, Chas. J. Pennell, J. H. Randall; 7. Theodore A. Josselyn, Wm. 
Westwood, Adam P. Leighton. 

Treasurer and Collector— George H. Libby. 

AtldUor—Cyms No well. 

Solicitor— Setli L. Larrabee. 

Civil Engineer— yf . A. Goodwin. 

Commissioner of Streets— ThomsjA H. Randall. 

Physician — Addison S. Thayer. 

Liquor Agent— Kenr^ S. Trickey. 

ilfars^^Horatio Hight. 

Deputy Afars/ia/s— Joseph C. Sterling, Freeman T. Merrill. 

Constables to seroe civil processes — Jame? S. Gould, Stephen D. Hall, 
Howard P. Hall, T. M. Glendenning, Chas. B. Mosley, John B. Smith, 
Warren E. Bickford, Eben N. Perry, Augustas B. Brown, Edwin G. 
Thome, Herbert R. Sargent. 

Messenger— John L. Shaw. 

-Assessors— Stephen Marsh, John W. York, Wm. O. Fox. 

Chi^ Engineer of Fire Department— QtTKnviWe H. Cloye«. 

Municipal Cowr^— George F. Gould, Judge; E. P. Tompson, Recorder, 
€JiviI jurisdiction, $20; terms, every Tuesday, at 9 a.m. 

Police Matron— Mrs. Georgia L. Perry. 

Overseers o/' Poor— Christopher Way, Chairmqn; Chas. H.Baker, Sec. 

Master ana Matron qf Almshouse — Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ball. 

Board of Health— For three years, A. K. P. Meserve; for two years, Geo. 
C. Burgess; for one year, Chas. D. Smith. 

Police Examining Board — For three years, Edward B. Winslow; for tteo 
years, John F. Thompson ; for one year, Henry 8. Payson. 

Commissioners of Cemeteries and Public Grounds — For three years, 
James P. Jordan; for two years, Alonzo W. Smith; for one year, Jacob S. 
Winslow. 

Superintendent qf Schools— Orlando M. Lord. 

Superintending School Committee— Qeorge W. True, Chairman ex- 
oMcio. For one year, Clarence A. B«.ker, Grenville M. Donham, John F. 
Thompson; for two years, William M. Bradley, Patrick McGowan, Wm. 
H. McDonald, Richard Webb. 

Supt. of School Buildings— WWYiAva. H. Sargent. 

Truant Oj^icer— Eben 8. Burns. 

Trustees of Evergreen Cemetery— Fred Fox, John J. Gerrish, Lyman M 
Cousens. 

Milk Inspector— Kenry T. Cnmmings. 

Flour Inspector— C. 3. Bickford. 

Oil Inspectors— F. H. Cloyes, J. H. Greenough. 

Harbor Master — John B. Griffin. 

Port Wardens— K. W. Jones, James L. How. 

Superintendent of Burials— J a,mea S. Gould. 

(?as ^.<7e»^— Charles D. Clark. 

Electrician— luevi L. Cnmmings. 

JTaturiea FHblic-C. F. Libby, Mar. 17, 1890; W. W. Merrill, Oct. 
13, 1886; H. Gould, July 16, 1886; Z. K. Harmon, April 27, 1886; J. H. 



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Drummond, Aug. 6, 1884; Fred H. CroM, Dec. 10, 1889; James A. Marwick, 
Feb. 25, 1886; M. N. Rich, Aug. 6, 1890; W. Edwin Ulmer, Jan. 28, 1889; 
George O. Peters, May 16, 1888; Haven F. Winn, Sept. 1, 1886; Daniel 
O'C. O'Donoghue, August 30, 1889: Cliarles P. Mattocks. Sept. 19,1890; 
SamuelD. Rnmery, Oct. 13, 1886; Charles Dnnn jr., Aug. 22, 1890; W. K. 
Neal, February 11, 1890; H. C. Peabody, January' 10, 1890; Jame>« L. Rack- 
leff, Mareh 19, 1891; Frank W. Robinson, Feb. 18, 1884; W. J. Knowlton, 
May 16, 1890; B. D. Verrill, Oct. 14, 1890; Geo. C. Codman, Nov. 24, 1890; 
H. W. Gage, February 16, 1887: Joseph A. Locke, May 23, 1884; George F* 
Holmes, Aprfl 29» 1886; Orrin S. Fogg, July 24, 1886; John C. Cobb, Nor. 
6, 1885; Jotm £. Dow, December 2471884; George E. Bird, May 27, 1886; 
Charles R. Lewis, February 6, 1886; George A. Thomas, May 27, 1885; H. 
W Bryant, Sept. 9, 1886: P. J. Larrabee. May 20, 1886; Charles Rich, 
Dec. 23, 1885; Albert B. Hall, March 16, 1886; Seth L. Larrabee, Jan. 80, 
1889; Daniel Gallagher, Mar. 1, 1889; Geo. F. McQnUUn, April 24, 1888: 
Nathan Cleaves, May 15. 1888; J. H. Drummond jr., Apr. 24, 1888; Samuel 
B. Kelsey, April 24, 1888; Edward H. York, July 23, 1889; Edward Wood- 
man, Sept. 4, 1888; George F. G^uld, June 11, 1889: Dennis A. Meaher, 
February 20, 1889; Benjandn Thompson. Dec. 18, 1888; Russell D. Wood- 
man, March 25, 1890; C. O. Bancroft, May 16, 1888; H. R. Virgin, Oct. 
28, 1889; Frank D. Lunt, Nov. 28, 1882; Isaac W. Dyer. Feb. 11, 189U; Ira 
S. Locke, Mar. 6, 1890; Isaac L. Elder, April 16, 1890; H. G. Briggs, Jan. 24, 
1888; F. C. Payson. Nov. 20, 1889; Geo. F. Emery. Mar. 6, 1890; Frederick V. 
Chase, Mar. 6, 1890; Charles W. Morton. Aug. 22, 1890: Charles D. Clark, 
June 2, 1888; Wm. H. Looney, June 13, 1890; Chas. A. Strout, Jan. 15, 1891; 

A. W. Bradbury, Feb. 13, 1884; Charles L. Mardton, Dec. 19, 1890; Joel H. 
Boyd, June 27. 1884; Charles L. Drummond, Aug. 6, 1884; Henry S. Pay- 
son, Nov. 21, 1884; Augustus F. Moultou. Oct. 23, 1889; T. H. Hankell, 
Feb. 18, 1884; Wm. Leavitt jr.. Feb. 12, 1891-; John H. Davis, March 25, 
1885; Henry St. John Smith, Dec. 24, 1884; Osgood Smith, Jan. '£&, 1886; 
Reuel SmHll, Feb. 26, 1886; H. N. Pinkham, March 24, 1886; D. W. Scrib- 
ner, April 27, 1886; Eugene Merrill, Dec. 16, 1886; S. W. Bates, July 16, 
1886; L. M. Webb, Mar. 16, 1886; John H. Card, Dec. 16, 1886; Charles G. 
Allen, Dec. 16, 1886; Winfleld L. Smith, Sept. 14, 1886; Chas. H. Boothby, 
Sept. 27. 1887: Theo. C. Woodbury, Sept. 1, 1887; Chas. Bartlett jr., Nov. 
29, 1887 ; Richard Webb, Nov. 29, 1887; Wilford G. Chapman, Nov. 22, 1888; 
George L. Gerrlsh, Jan. 9, 1889; Charles T. Peters, Oct. 23, 1889: Peter S. 
Nickerson, Mareh 13. 1889; Eben W. Freeman, Feb. 6, 1889; Arvid Ek, 
April 26, 1889; Chas. A. True, Feb. 14, 1888; Harrison M. Davis, Nov. 20, 
1889; Charles Merrill, Jan. 29, 1891; Geo. H. Allan, Dec. 4. 1890: John T. 
Fagan, Jan. 15, 1891; Ardon W. Coombs, June 13, 1890; Alex. T. Laughlin, 
Aug. 5, 1890. 

jHsiice»—Qutyrumr^l884—¥rederie'k C. Bridgham, August 6, Geo. 

B. Bird, Nov. fi, Josiah H. Drummond jr., Nov. 21, Samuel R. Leavitt, 
Oct. 10, Lewis I^erce, June 27, Joseph W. Symonds, May 1, Stephen R. 
Small, Sept. 11, George D. Rand, Sept. 11, Frederic S. Strout, May 1, 
Frederick N. Dow, March 27, A. G. Dewey, Mav I, William A. Golden, 
Feb. 12, George F. Gould, April 21, Charies E. Jellison, March 27, Philip 
J. Larrabee, Feb. 12, Edgar R. Payson, March 27, W. Edwin Ulmer, Dec. 
24, F. H. Cobb, Aug. 6, A. £. Chase, Dec. 2, Henry Deering, April 21, 
William Allen jr., Nov. 21. 

ISSS—Undley M. Webb, Jan. 21, Franklin Skillinga, Mar. 26, Clarence 
Hale, April 29, Sterling Dow, Feb. 12, Nathan Cleaves, Apr. 29, Geo. A. 
Thomas, May 27, William A. Allen, Feb. 19. John M. Fitield. April 29, M. 
S. Gibson, March 6, Franklin C. Payson, April 29, Sylvan Shui-tleflf, April 
29, Charles Rich, Dec. 23, Wilford G. Chapman, Sept. 22, Charles Dunn 
Jr., Nov. 6, Geo. C. Hopkins, May 27, Tliomas J. Little, Nov. 6, Chas. A. 
Strout, Sept. 22, Charles A. True, July 10, Edward F. Tompson, Nov. 5, 
A. A. Montgomery, Dec. 31, Newell W. Edson, April 29, John A. Galla- 
gher, Feb. iS, Seth L. Larrabee, April 29, Everett Smith, Feb. 12, Harry 



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824 ANNUAL BBGISTBB OF MAINE. 

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Butler, June 18, William H. Clifford, Jan. 21, Edwin L. Dyer, Sept. 22, 
Melville A. Floyd, Nov. 5, M. S. Holway, Sept. 22, Moses G. Palmer, Nov. 
24, Ossrood Smith, Sept. 22, Benjamin Thompson, Nov. 6, Vir^rll C. Wilson, 
June 18, J. B. Brackett, Mar. 6. 

1886.— Moms L. Sanborn, April 27, Geo. M. Seiders, March 24, J. H. 
Coffin, March 16, William G. Soule, Jan. 26, Geo. F. MoQnUlan, Feb. 25, 
Fred'k Fox, Mar. 24, Henry St. John Smith, May 20, S. L. Carleton, Feb. 

26, Cha«. B. Merrill, May 20, A. B. Cole, June 29, Wm. M. Payson, Oct. 13, 
Stephen C. Perry, Nov. 24, S. C. Reynolds, Nov. 24, Wm. M. Sargent, 
Sept. 1, D. W. Snow, Nov. 24, Richard Webb, June 29, Geo. Tolmau, Deo. 
16, Storer S. Knight, Dec. 16, John H. Card, Nov. 24, Jotin J. Lynch, Dec. 
16, L. B. Dennett, Oct. 13, Llewellyn Barton, Nov. 24, F. F. Phillips, Sept. 1. 

1887— John H. Russell, Feb. 2, John W. Dana, Feb. 10, Chas. S. Cook, 
Mar. 9, Franklm J. Rollins, Mar. 2, J. H. Fogg. Feb. 24, Jos. W. Spauld- 
ing. May 17, J. H. Drummond, May 17, Jos. A. Locke. Feb. 24, Herbert G. 
Briggs, June 28, Thomas Baker, Sept. 1, Charles H. Chase, July 8, Eben 
W. Freeman. July 8, Jos. B. Reed. June 28, Wm. W. Thomas jr., Mar. 2, 
C. H. Boothby, Sept. 22, H. W. Gage, Aug. 9, Jabez C. Woodman, May 24, 
Geo. E. B. Jackson, Aug. 9, D. H. Drummond, Dec. 7, Geo. Libby, Sept. 27, 
F. M. Ray, May 17. 

J»5»— John C. Cobb, Feb. 14, Wm. L. Bradley, April 24, Geo. C. Can- 
nell. Mar. 15, M. P. Frank, Nov. 22, J. J. Perry, Nov. 80, C. Thornton 
Libby, May 15, John E. Dow, May 15, Howard F. Flint, Feb. 14, John F. 
Liscomb, Feb. 14, Geo. L. Gerrish, Deo. 26, Geo. C. Peters, May 16, Barnard 
Aaronson, July 19, Daniel Brooks, Sept. 29, Elliot King, July 6, Hiram 
Knowlton, Sept. 27, Wm. J. Knowlton, Sept. 27, Carroll W. Morrill, Sept. 

27, Geo. W. Verrill. Oct. 16, Edward Woodman, Sept. 4, Manasseh Smith, 
Nov. 30, Wilber F. Lunt, Mar. 16, Fred V. Matthews, July 6. 

1889— Henry A. Lamb, Feb. 6, Sidney B. Stewart, Jan. 2, Lewis B. 
Smith, Feb. 18, Harry R. Virgin, Jan. 28, W. K. Neal, April 26. Chas. O. 
Hunt, Mar. 27, O. K. Gerrish, May 22. D. A. Meaher, Itfarch 13, H. W. 
Swasey, April 26, I. W. Parker, F. H. Boothby, April 26, Harrison M. 
Davis, April 26, Geo. H. Allan. Feb. 13, H. C. Houston, Feb. 20. James C. 
Jordan, Mar. 13, Fred. C. Rollins, Feb. 27, Chas. O. Barrows, June 11, Geo. 
E. Googins, June 28, A. A. Strout, Oct. 23, Lester E. Mitchell, Oct. 23, 
Henry S. Payson, July 28, Geo. S. Winn, June 28, Benj. Grant Ward, Aug. 
80. Albert E. Neal, Oct. 23, Josiah Chase, Dec. 10, E. C. Hersey, Dec. 10, 
Geo. E. Thompson, Dec. 27, Eugene W. Hunt, Mar. 27, Geo. T. Spear, te ay 22. 

1890— IrtL S. Locke, Mar. 5 C. F. Libby, Mar. 17, Henry C. Peabody, Jan. 
10, H. W. Bryant. Feb. 11. Geo. C. Burgess, Feb. 11, John H. HUl, Mar. 17, 
Jas. B. Jones. Feb. 11, Geo. H. Libby, Mar. 17, Albert C. Neal, Feb. 11, E. 
M. Rand, Feb. 11, A. M. Sawyer, April 15, Burton Smith, April 16, Thos. 
L. Talbot, Feb. 11, Augustus F. Moulton, April 15, F. W. Robinson, Aug. 
22, Henry B. Cleaves, May 15, Horace G. Parkman, July 13, Michael C. Mo- 
Donough, Oct. 4, N. S. Gardiner. July 29, Chas. O. Bancroft. July 29, Chaa. 
P. Mattocks, Sept. 19, Isaac L. Eldei;, Sept. 19, D. W. Scribner, Dec. 4, S. 
C. Strout, Oct. 14, B. D. Verrill, Oct* 14, A. W. Coombs, June 13, Wm. R. 
Anthoine, Mar. 25, Chas. H. Tolman, May 15 

1891— F. S. Waterhouse, Feb. 12, Albert S. Woodman, Jan. 6, John S. 
White, Jan. 6, Frederick V. Chase, Jan. 19, Jas. L. Rackleff, Mar. 19, Hen- 
ry J. Conley, Jan. 6, W. J. Knowlton, April 7, L W. Parker. 

I>edimuM—Gteo. C. Codman, S. L. Carleton, John C. Cobb, Wm. K. 
Neal, J. H. Drummond, Geo. M. Seidei*s, Joseph A. Locke, H. Knowlton, 
Stephen C. Perry, Ardon W. Coombs, Geo.E.B. Jackson, W.J. Knowlton. 

TW«I— Andrew W. Tompson, Dec. 19, 1890. 

Public Administrator — Lewis Pierce, Dec. 2, 1884. 

•tfMoe4«r#<»Mir— Masons— Ancient Landmark, Ist Wed.; Portland, 2d 
Wed.; Atlantic, 8d Wed.; Mt. Vernon, R. A. C, 3d Mon.; Greenleaf, R. 
A. C, 1st Mon. : Portland Council, R. & S. M., 2d Mon. ; Portland K. T., 
4th Mon.; St. Albans K. T., 2d Thurs.; Blanquefort, K. T.,8d Thurs.; 



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Southern Pine LUMBER, 

Ship, R. R. Bridge and Factory Timber, Plank, Car Stock, &c. 
Memorandums sawed and shipped direct from best mills South, for which we 

are sole agents. 
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OREN HOOPER. SON & LEIGHTON, 

Fnraitnn), Carpets, Crockery, Glassware and Stoves. 

Large Assortment, Reliable Ooods, Fair Prices. 
368 & 870 Congress St., corner Pearl, PORTLAND, ME. 



Wholesale Dealer in 

Fresh and Pickled FISH of all kinds. 

Eio) Commercial Wharf, . PORTLAND, MAINE. 



Sueeesatfra to Morse A Bunee, 

Funeral and Furnishing Undertaicers and Embalmers, 

Hos. 189 and 191 Federal St., PORTLAND, MB. 

Office open day and night. J. S. Cushman, 306 Cumberland St. E. M. 
Tasker, 60 Elm Street. Telephone Nos. : Office, 641 ; Residence, 492. 



, FOREST CITY CREAMERY, 

Milk Contractors and Dealers in 

Creamerj Bntter, Sweet Cream, Bottermilk and SUm Milk, 

987 Congreaa St., PORTLAND, MB. 
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Yates Lodge of Perfectioii, let Fri. ; Portland Gounoil P. of J., 2d FrI. ; 
Dunlap Chapter Rose Croix de H., 3d Fri. ; Maine Consistory, S. P. R. C, 
4th Fn. in March, Jane, Sept. and Dee.; Masonic Relief Assoc., 2d Tnes. 

Odd Fellows.— Maine Lodge, No. 1, Mon.; Ancient Brothers. No. 4, 
Thurs. ; Ligonia, No. 5, Fri. ; Beacon, No. 67, Toes. ; Unity, No. 8, Wed. : 
Harmony, l^o. 19, Sat. ; Hadattah, No. 117, Wed.; Iw No. 6, D. of R., 2d 
and 4th Sat. ; Woodbine, No. 34, D. of R., ls>t and 3d Sat. ; Bncampments— 
Machigonne. No. 1, Ist and 3d Wed. ; Eastern Star, No. 2, 2d and 4th Tnes. ; 
Portland, No. 19, 1st and 8d Friday; Falmouth, No. 11, 1st and 8d Tues.; 
Una, No. 46, Ist and 3d Thurs.; Grand Canton Ridgely, No. 2, P. M., 2d and 
4th Mon. Veteran Association, Ist Thurs. in Jan., April, July and Oct. 
Mutual Relief Association, 3d Tues. in January, Board of Directors, 8d 
Mon.; Benefit Assoc., quarterly, Ist Mon., Board of Directors. Ist Mon. 

Knights of Pythias.— Bramhall, No. 8, Thurs.; Munjoy, No. 6, Mon.; 
Pine Tree, No. 11, Friday; Ivanhoe, No. 26, Tuesday; Longfellow, No. 43, 
Wed.; Trinity, No. 64, Fri.; Damon Assembly, Pythian Sisterhood, 1st and 
ddSat. 

Knights op thb Golden Baole.— Windsor Castle, Ko. 1, Mon.; 
Highland, No. 2, Wed. ; Forest City Commandery, No. 1. 1st and 8d Tnes. 

United Order of the Golden Cross.— Casco Bay Com., No. 208, Ist 
and 3d Tnes. ; Gorges, No. 318, 2d and 4th Mon. ; Beacon, No. 273, (Peak's 
Island^, 2d Mon. 

Improved Order of Red Men.— Machigonne Tribe, No. 3, Monday; 
Co^wesco, No. 6, Tues. ; Winonah, No. 8, D. of P., 2d and 4th Tues. 

Royal Society of Good Fellows.— Portland Assembly, No. 144, 
2d and 4th Thurs. 

United Fellowship.— Cumberland Council, No. 81, 2d and 4th Tues. 

Ancient Order of Foresters of America.— Court Falmouth, No. 
7711, Ist and 3d Thurs. 

Ancient Order op Hibernians.— Division No. 1, 1st and 8d Wed.: 
Division No. 2, ad and 4th Wed. 

Order of the Helping Hand.— Portland Tent, No.54, 2d and 4th Thurs. 

Temperance Organizations.— /. O. G. r.— Arcana, No. I, Monday; 
Mystic, No. 2, Thura. ; Mission, No. 41. Wed. 8<m8 of TVmp^ranoc- Port- 
land Division, No. 95, Fri.; Forest City, No. 17. Thurs.; Casco, No. 84, 
Tues. Reform C/tt6— Sun. and Tues. Woman* s Christian Temperance 
Union, Mrs. G. S. Hunt, pres., Miss C. M. Dow, sec, 2d and 4th Friday. 
Young WomMn*8 Christian Temperance Union — Gertrude S. Leavitt, pres., 
alternate Mon. Women's Temperance Societf^M Sat. Gospel Temper- 
ance Mission— BYery evening:. 

Grand Army of the Republic— Bosworth Post, No. 2, Fri. ; Bos- 
worth Relief Corps, Fri. afternoon ; Thatcher Post, No. Ill, Mon. ; Thatcher 
Relief Corps, No. 26, Tuesday aft. 

Sons of Veterans.— Shepley Camp, No. 4, Tues. ; Ladies' Aid Society, 
No. 2, Mon. 

P. O. S. of a.— Washington Camp, No. 1, Mon. 

Knights of Labor.— Dirigo, :^o. 2060, Tues. ; Resolute, No. 8817, Wed. 

Relief Associ ations.— 0»^i2!c?»s Mutual Itelief Association, Geo. W. 
•Beale, pres., F. J. Rollins, sec, last Fri. /. A, R, A., 1st Mon, Wm. H. 
Dougherty jbres., T. E. Hartnett, cor. sec. Mre Department Relv^ Aa- 
sociationt Gf. H. Cloyes, pres., John N. Long, sec'y, 1st Wed. in July. 
Jdaine Marine Engineers Association, Jos. Guilford, pres., Thos. B. Mer- 
rill, sec., Thurs. A. O. IT.- 1st Division, P. J. Welch, pres., Ist and 8d 
Wed.; 2d Division, F. W. Cunningham, pres., 2d and 4th Wed. Anights 
of ifrmor— Falmouth, No. 788, Ist and 3d Thurs. Am. Leguyn of Houor-^ 
Preble Council, No. 124, 2d and 4th Mon. Roj/al Arcanum— Atlas Council, 
No. 776, 2d and 4th Tues.. A. O. U. fT.— Forest City Lodge, No. 16, 2d 
and 4th Thurs. U. 0. P. if.— Portland Colony, No. 67, 2d and 4th Tues. 
■N. E. O. o/P —Cumberland, No. 46. 1st and 3d Mon.; Portland, No. 142 
Ist and 8d Wed. ; Mt. Vernon, No. — , Mon. R, C. K. <ft i.— Portland 



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Council, 2d Wed; Cumberland, No. 8. Portland Typographicat Reluf 
Soc.— Jos. H. Wish, pres. O. of /. i/l— No. 283. Commerctal Traveler $ 
Assoc. — tieo. W. Tenant, pres., Ohas. R. Phinney. sec. 

CuABiTABLE SociBTiKS— A/ain« Charitable Afechanic Asaociation, Nel- 
son Teneey^ president, John D. W. Carter, secretary, 1st Thursday. Prov' 
ident Asaociatumf Alfred Woodman, president, Thomas Fennell, seo'j. 
Portland Female Provident Associationy Mrs. Chas. Hutchinson, pres. , Mr& 
J. H. Coffin, sec, 1st Mon. Associated Charities — Miss Celia i^ten, sec* 
Benevolent Soc., Wm. W. Thomas, pres., R. H. Hinkley, sec. Female 
Charitable Soc, Miss E. Libby, pres., Mrs. Wm. M. Marks, sec. Samar- 
itan Assoc. f Mrs. L. Billings, pres. Mtxrtha Washington Soc., Mrs. N. S. 
Bedlon, president, Mrs. GF. W. Beale, sec. Portland Seaman's Frien4 
Society, Uenrv H. Burgess, president, Rev. Francis Southworth, see./ 
John M.Gould, treas. Widows Wood Society, Sylvester Marr, pres.i S. 
H. Colesworthy, sec. Portland Marine Society (organizea 1796), J. S. 
Winslow, pres., Wm. Leavitt, sec. and treas. Aged Brotherhood, Wm. J>. 
Little, pres., George H. Cook, sec. Female Orphan Asylum, Mrs. Jas. 
L. Farmer,^re8., Miss Abbv S. Barrett, sec., F. K. Barrett, treas. Home 
for Aged Women, Mrs. Geo. S. Hunt, pres.. Miss H. S. McCobb, see. 
Home for Aged Men, I. P. Farrington, president, H. H. Emery, sec. 
Diet Mission, Mrs. F. Storer, president. Miss Isabel T. Clark, sec., annual 
meeting Ist Sat. in Oct. Portland Dispensary, M. P. Emery » pre&>, S. P. 
Warren, sec. Ist Monday, Quarterly. Woman*8 Christian Assoc., board- 
ine house 26 Springs treet., Mis, A. Dalton, pres., Mrs. John Higgins, sec 
Children's Christmas Club, Charles J. Bailey, pres., 8. LeKoy Moody, sec. 
Little fFbm«n— Gertrude Daniels, pres., Grace Hughes, sec. Frem Air 
Society. Miss Jennie L. Crie, pres., Mrs. H. L. Taylor, sec. 

Literary Sooibtiks.— Grafton Literary Association. James E. Butler, 
pres., J. H. Kaveney,, sec, Tuesday; Barrett Literary and DramaOo 
Association, M. A. Cleary, pres., R. W. Conway, sec, Thurs. 

Musical Sooiktiilq.— Haydn Association, H. L. Houghton, pres., F. H. 
Cloyes, sec; Bossini Club, Mrs. fi. N. Wetherbee, pres.. Miss Lucy N. 
Blanchard, sec. ; Weber Club, Fred E. Bickford pres., A. N. Dennis, sec, 
Hermann Kotz^h mar, conductor; Sohyhert Qtuxrtette, J . Morgan, mngr. ; 
Portland Male Quartette, W. P. Goss, mngr.; Shaw's Quartette, John L. 
Shaw,'mngr J PortVd Philharmonic Orchestra, W. E. Chandler, conductor. 

'R A Jii>9 .^Chandler's Military Band and Orchestra, W. E. Chandler, 431 
Congress st.. conductor and agent; American Cadet Band, A. H. Whit- 
more, leader, 180V^ Middle st. ; Cray's Portland Business Colleae Band^ 
£. Rankin, leader; Grimmer' s Orchestra, Charles Grimmer, leader, 180% 
Middle st. ; GUbert's Orchestra, M. B. Gilbert, leader, 619 Congress st. ; 
Imperial Mandolin and Guitar Club, S. C. Bamum, mngr. 

Miscellaneous Societies.— r. M. C. A.—T, H. Johnson, pres., W. 
S. Corey, treas., F. M. Strout, rec sec, T. £. McDonald, gen'l secretary. 
Portland Fraternity, E. C. Jordan, pres., H. M. Davis, sec. St. An- 
drews Soc., Duncan Menish, pres., Alexander Wallace, sec. Soc. for the 
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Stafiley T. Pullen, pres., F. C. Rollins, 
rec sec, Mrs. Nino Cavazza, cor. sec. Portland Society of Natural His- 
tory, Dr. Wm. Wood, pres., J. M. Gould, rec. sec, P. C. Manning, cor. 
sec, Charles B. Fuller, cabinet ke^er. 1st and 8d Mon. Portland Asmy 
and Navy Union, C. H. Mitchell, pres., Chas. E. Somerby, sec, 1st Sat. 
Portland Typographical Union, No. 66, Geo. E. Kenworthy jr., pres., Jas. 
T. State, rec sec, Ist Sun. Portland Tumverein, Stephen C. Perry, 
pres., A. R. Stubbs, sec, 3d Fri. Portland School for Medical Instruction, 
room 188 Middle st. Portland Public Library, Geo. £. B. Jackson, pres., 
Thos. L. Talbot, clerk, S. M. Watson, librarian. Congregational Club, Rev. 
£. P. Wilson, j>res., H. H. Ricker, sec, 2d Mon. Cumberland Bar Asso- 
cia^ion, S. C. Strout, pres., Richard Webb, sec Oreenleaf Law Library ^ 
C. F. Libbv, presj B. D. Verrill, sec White Mountain Club. Rev. Dr. 
Thos. Hill, pres., J. M. Gould, sec, 3d Wed. Portland Yacht Club, Chaa. 



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W. Bray, commodore, C. F. Flagg, sec., Ist Wed. Portland Wheel Club, 
Bates Torry, pres., S. B. Phillips, sec. Pine Tree Wheelmen, Fred E. Dow, 
pres.y e. Southworth, sec., Portland Society of Arty John E. DeWitt, pres., 
Nathan Clifford, sec., Philip G. Brown, treas.. L. O. Short, librarian, last 
Wed. Maine Genealogical Society, M. F. Kinff, pres., Fred O. Conant, 
sec., M. F. Hicks, treas., Stephen M. Watson, librarian, 3d Wed. in Jan., 
Aoril, July and Oct. The Gorges Society, Jas. P. Baxter, pres., H. S. 
Burrage, d.d., sec., H. W. Bryant, treas. Portland Grocers and Flour 
Dealers Assoc., H. S. Melcher, pres., Warren P. Chase, sec. Portland 
Shoe and Leather Assoc., A. H. Berry^president, W. F. McCIintock, sec. 
Portland Board o^ Fire UnderwHters, Warren Sparrow, pres., T. J. Little, 
. sec, Ist Mon. Life Underwriters Assoc, of Maine, J. Y. Sterens, pres. , 
C^eo. P. Dewey, sec. Portland Club, H. B. Cleaves, pres., J. Henry Crock- 
ett, sec. Young Men's R$/mblican Club, Walter C. Emerson, pres., James 
L. Dyer, sec. Toung Men's Democratic Club, Robert A. McClatchy pres., 
Nathan Clifford, sec. The Press Club of Portland, Dudley M. Holman, 

fres., Robert Rexdale. sec., 3d Mon. Cumberland Club, C. F. Libby, pres., 
hilip G. Brown, sec. Falwwuth Club, Hanno \¥. Gage, pres., P. J. Lar* 
rabee, sec. 



Acc««ntants« 

CODMAN GEO. C, 184Vi Middle. 
Accountant and Notary Public. 
Haskell S. B., 31 Exchange. 
Rice John O., 98 Exchange. 
Rich Cbas. 93 Exchange. 

Asenta' Snpplien. 

Gatley & 0*Gorman, 47 Middle, 

Af^icnltnral Implentemta. 

(See also Hardware.) 

COMMERCIAL ST. AGRICUL- 
TURAL WAREHOUSE, A. A. 
Mitchell, manager, 888 and 385 
Commercial. 

Dennison A. L., 42 Preble. 

FRYE JOHN J., 109 Green and 23 
Preble, mnfr. of plows, harrows 
and cultivators. 

PORTLAND FOUNDRY AND 
MACHINE WORKS, Daniel T. 
Kelley & Sons, props., 49 Cross 
and 167 to 177 Kennebec, mnfr. 
Kelley *8 improred mower, Iron 
and steel plows and cultivators; 
also dealer in horse rakes. 

Aiirlcaltaral l¥areli«iis«fl« 

KENDALL & WHITNEY, comer 
Federal and Temple. Agricultural 
Implements, Seeds and Wooden 
Ware. 

BAWYER W. C. & CO., 9 Preble. 
Agricultural Tools, Flower, Gar- 
den and Field Seeds, Wooden 
and Willow Ware. 



Apothecaries. 

(See Druggists.) 

Architecte. 

DORTICOS ANTOINE, room 29, 
First Nat*l Bank bldg., 67 Exc. 

FASSETT F. H., 98 Exchange (see 
advt. page 1 front of book). 

STEVENS JOHN CALVIN, Ox- 
ford building, 186 Middle (see 
advt. page 1 iront of book). 

TOMPS()N FREDERICK A., 98 
Exoh'ge (see advt. front of book). 

Architecty Naral. 

Dyer Joseph H., Franklin Wharf. 

ArtlAcial Bye*. 

FARLEY C. H., 4 Exchange (see 

advt. opp. page 836). 
SWIFT ROBERT B., 618 Congress 

(see advt. opp. page 329). 

Artists' materials. 

Fickett J. B. & Co., 408 and 405 

Fore. 
HAY H. H. & SON, June. Middle 

and Free (see advt. opp. p. 328). 
OWEN, MOORE & CO., 605 & 607 

Congress (see advt. opp. p. 887). 
SKILLINGS GEO. E., m Federal 

(see advt. opp. p. 82n. 
Stubbs Algernon. 438 Congress. 
WHIPPLE W. W. & CO., 20 and21 

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Art Needle ITork. 

Briggs Geo. L. & Co., 493 Congress. 
Fairweather M. E., 10 Elm. 
OWEN, MOORE & CO.. 505 and 
607 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 887). 

Art Printerv. 

LAKESIDE PRESS, 117 and 119 
Middle. 

Art Tiles. 

PORTLAND CEMENT PIPE & 
STONE CO., 294 and 296 Com- 
mercia] (see advt. back of book). 

Auctioneers. 

BAILEY F. O. & CO., 18 Exch'ge. 
Brown Elmer E., 89 Pearl. 

Awnings and Tents. 

(See also Sails.) 
BERRY C. R.. 199 Middle (see 

advt. front of book). 
BUKER JAS. L., 266 Middle. 
LEAVITT F. A., 39 Exchange 

(see advt. front of book). 

Bakers. 

Burns T. A., 86 Union. 

Bearing Thomas, 899 Congress. 

Fleming Alexander, 22 School. 

Fleming James, 117 Green. 

Fleming John. 80 Middle. 

GOUDY & KENT, 28 to 34 Pearl, 
2 & 4 Milk, and cor. Fore and 
Vine, wholesale cracker, pilot 
bread and pastry bakers. Also 
manufacturing confectioners. 

Gnrney C. S., 1525 Washington. 

Headley J. & W., 988 Congress. 

Hepburn James, 40 Anderson. 

Hieber Daniel, 24 Pleasant. 

Libby A. H., 226 Cumberland. 

Monteith Wm.. 181 Brackett. 

Preston J. C, 12 Washington. 

Smardon F. H., 97 Atlantic. 

Smardon R. W., 77 Portland. 

Smardon S. E., 67 India. 

Thomes Jennie Mrs., 108 Congress. 

WEST & CALDERWOOD. 582 
Congress and 146 York, biscuit, 
cracker, bread, cake and nastry 
bakers, wholesale and retau. 

Ballast. 

Gulliver John, 9 Fore. 



Bankers and Brokers. 

BROWN JOHN B. & SONS, 218 
Middle (see advt. back of book). 

CHAPMAN BANKING CO., Ox- 
ford building, 187 Middle (see 
advt. back of book). 

PAYSON H. M. & CO., 82 Ex- 
change. Dealers in Bonds and 
Stocks (see advt. back of book). 

PULLEN, CROCKER & CO., 83 
Exchange. Stocks and Bonds for 
Investment. 

RICHARDS FRED E. & CO., 98 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. SSS). 

Shurtleff Aretas, 194 Middle. 

SWAN & BARRETT, 186 Middle. 
Bankers, and Dealers in Bonds, 
Stocks and Foreign Exchange. 
Letters of credit issued. (See 
advt. back of book). 

WOODBURY & MOULTON, cor. 
Middle and Exchange. Dealers in 
Bonds and Stocks. (See advt. 
back of book). 

Banks. 

(See also page 222.) 

CANAL NATIONAL BANK, 188 

Middle (see advt. back of book.) 
CASCO NATIONAL BANK, 195 

Middle (see advt. back of book.) 
CUMBERLAND NATIONAL 

BANK, 54 Exchange (see advt. 

%ack of book). 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, 57 

Exch'ge (see advt. back of book). 
MAINE SAVINGS BANK, 198 

Middle (see advt. back of book). 
MERCHANTS NATIONAL 

BANK. 84 Exchange (see advt. 

back of book). 
National Traders Bank, 88 Exch'ge. 
NORTHERN BANKING CO., 53 

Exch'ge (see advt. back of book). 
PORTLAND NATIONAL BANK, 

89 Exchange (see advt. opp. page 

332). 
PORTLAND SAVINGS BANK, 

83 Exch. (see advt. back of book). 
PORTLAND TRUST CO.. 67 Ex- 
change (see advt. back of book). 



Baths. 

FROST J. M., 418 Congress. Com- 
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Pike John B., Falmouth Hotel and 
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CarpetingslWindsw Shades. 

No. 542% Congress Street, 
Bine» Building, JPortlandy Me, 



T. F. FOBS & SONS, 

Funutuii Cupitii Stonoi Cnclnfji 

A Ooaylete Hoi(»e Faralshligi. 

lll'Jt 113 Baoehange St., 

Cor. Federal, Portland, Mk. 



Portland Pottery Works. 
E. SWASEY&CO., 

Manafactnrers and Jobbers of 

Crockery & Glassware, 

Earthem, Stone and Rockinfcham, 



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H. H. HAY & SON, 

Wholesale Dealers in 

Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, 

oils, TAralihM A BnufeM. 

Junction Free and Middle Streets, 

PORTLANDf MB. 
^"Mail Orders Solicited. 

THOS. P. BEALS & CO.. 

Manufacturers and Jobbers of 

SpriDfc BedsA FurDiture* 

83 and 85 Market and 
aao, aaa and aa4 Newbury Streets, 

PORTLAND, MB. 



Frank P. Tibbetts & Co., 
FURNITURE. 

Vvholftterj, OnrUlM mmA Be4iiif • 

4 and 6 Free Streetf 
PORTLAND, - MAINB. 



KITTREDGE & SON 

Jobbers of 

ASH AND PINE FURNITURE, 
Spring Beds, Mattresses, Etc. 

76 UNION STREET, - - PORTLAND, ME. 



J. L. WATSON, 

Dealer in 

WOOD and COAL. 

Aeeiiiif Briif e, fo«t of Clreei Bt. 

l^'^'The only Shipper on western 
side of city. 



Pianos and Organs. 

CRESSEY & JONES, 

Agents for 

Decker Bro8» Kraieh A Baeh PIaiob 
A MA80I A HMiIti A PAlmee Oriniu 

394 Congress St., PORTLAND. 



J. F. AMOLD A SON, 

Manufacturers of 

Lounges & Chairs, 

FOXCROFT, MAINE. 

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Wholesale and Retail 

Crockery, ^Glassi ^Tinware, 
Fancy Goods & Toys. 

433 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. 

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^H. J. BAILEY & GO.^ 

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and Draperies, 

190 and 192 MIDDLE STREBT» 



BICYCLES, 

Fishing Taekle ani Syortlig eoois, 

In the most popular kinds may 
be found at 

GAGE BROS., 

Cor. Free & Gross Sts., Portland, Me. 




Ho. 618 Congress St., Portland, Me. 



N. S. Gardiner & Co., 

Dealers in 

Real Estate, Mortgages 
and Loans. 

Oxford Building, 185 Middle St. 

Portland f Maine, 



Charles Bajrtlett Jr., 

Sblp Broker & Notary Pnblic, 

Ship Master's Assistant and Com- 

misuon Merchant. Specialty of 

Chartering, Coastwise & Foreign. 

1 98 OoamerelAl St., Portlaii, Me, 

g^Swom Surveyor, Weigher and 
Measurer. 



ABNER W. LOWELL, 

Successor to Wm. S. Lowell, 

Card Plate ENGRAVER 

ANn STATIONBR^ 

518 Congress St., PortlMi, Me. 

Wedding Cards a Specialty. 



JOHN F. PROCTOR, 

Dealer in 

BEAL :: ESTATE. 

Mortgages h Loans Negotiated. 
No. 98 BxehMge St., Porthini, Me. 



STEVENS, NA/OODMAN &i. CO. 

(Established in 1840 by Ruf us Dunham.) 

MANUFAOTUBEBS OF 

BRITANNIA AND SILVER PLATED WARE. 

Also Gold, Silver and Nickel Platers. 

444 FOBB STBEET, - JPOBTLANB, MAINB. 

A. A Stevens. F. H. Woodman. W. A. Cates. 



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BathlBff G—4m an4 Athletic 
Ontflts. 

OWEN, MOORE & CO., 606 & 607 
Congress (see mAyU opp. p. 887). 

BedU) Springy Mttuwtbrm* 

BEAl^S THOMAS P. & CO., 88 
and 86 Alarket and 220, 222 and 
224 Newbory. Woven wire and 
' \ spring beds (seeadvt. opp. 



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RILL FRED L. fc CO,, 161 

FederaL 

Beef, Ceaiaiiaaien* 

BEST JOHN L., 375 Commercial. 

Beeeiyer of Hammond's Chicago 

dressed beef. 
Gnmmings Bros., 228 and 232 Com*l. 
Dyer Thomas & Co., 346 Commerc'l. 
Portland Beef Co.. 336 Commercial. 
Smith A. T., 13 and 16 SUver st. mkt. 

Bell Haagere. 

Clark W. C, 17 Free. 
Currier Joseph O., 187 Clark. 

Belt StaCfinff. 

BARBOUR J. <& E. R., 8 and 10 

Exchange. 
Union Compound Company, office, 
109 Commercial. 

Beltiaffy Bealere. 

(gee Hardware, also Mill Supplies, 

and Rubber Goods.) 
BARBOUR J. k E. R., 8 and 10 

Exchange. 
BLAKE W. L. & CO., 109 and 111 

Commercial, leather, rubber and 

Dirigo belting. 
CHASE & SON & CO., 236 Federal. 

Arcana leather and rubber belting 

(see advt. page 2 front of l>ook). 
HALL RUBBER CO., 522, 624, 526 

Congress. Sole N. E. agents for 

N. X. Belting andPaoking Co. 

Bieyelee* 

CORSON E. H., 507% Congress. 
Oen. agent for Maine and N. H. 
for the Rambler and Rover Safe- 
ties (see advt. opp. page 321). 

Cusbpaan L D. A Son, 227 Middle 



and 4 Temple. 



22 



GAGB BROS., cor. Cross and Free 
(see advt. opp. p. 829). 

LAMSON O. H., 20B Middle. Agent 
for the Paragon and other Bi- 
cycles and Tricycles. Practical 
Road Machines. It is easy to 
learn to ride, good exercise, and 
its permanent utility Is eetab> 
lished (see advt. front of book.) 

McCAUSLAND H. W., 416 Con- 
gross, agent for Warwick Safety 
and Union Btoyoles (see advt. 

PeSPd^^R B. S., 661 Congrest 
(see advt. opp. page 860). 

BiU Peeter. 

Shaw C. £. T., 131 Market. 

Bir4 Stare. 

Bromby F. A., 460 Congresi. 

Blaekeaalthe. 

(See also Ship Smiths. Carriage 

Ironers, and Horse Shoers.) 
Avery Geo. A., 10 Union. 
Cleveland J. R., 18 Union. 
Crandall, York & Comstoek, 81 

Green. 
Dunham E. M., 40 Pearl and 294- 

Fore. 
Ebbeson H. L.. 211 Kennebec. 
Kennedy James, 805 St. John. 
Neemith F. P., r 69 Commeroiat 
PORTLAND COMPANY, 68 Fore 

(see advt. front of book). 
QUINN & CO., 49 Commercial (see 

advt. front of book). 
Sears J. L. & Co., 489 Commercial. 

BlaakBaak Haaafactarere 

(See Books and Stationery, Jobbers 
and Manufikcturers.) 

Bleachers. 

THORNTON J. JR., 229% FederaL 
Particular attention given to do- 
ing over store goods. 

Black* aa4 Paaspa* 

Manttfacturers, 
Oammett John, 6 Portland Pier. 
Connor Thos., r. 141 Commercial. 
STANW(X>D G. M. h CO., 261 

to 266 Comm'l. Ships* pumps of 

aU kinds. 



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Blocks aad Piunps, c«nt'4. 

THE THOMAS LAUGHLIN CO., 
18 aiid 20 Center, 184 and 186Com- 
mercial. Send for catalogue. 

Blaine. 

DYER WM. J., 16 Monument sq. 
Gen. Agt. Blaine Manufiicturing 
Co. 

B«at Builders. 

Jacobs N. A., 21 Cross. 
Larrabee Wm., 1 Portland Pier. 
Parker k Nagle, 407 Commereial. 

B«ats f Wseu 

CARTER W. E. & CO., 20 to 26 
Portland Pier. Boats for sale. 

B«iler makers. 

CHASE & SON & CO., 236 Federal 

(see advt. page 2 front of book). 
JONES & HITCHINGS, 470 Fore. 
Plummer C. M. & H. T., 48 Union. 
PORTLAND COMPANY, 68 Fore 

(see advt. front of book). 
QUINN & CO., 49 Commereial (see 

advt. front of book). 
8CANL0N & CO., 98 Preble (see 

advt. opp. page 337). 
WINSLO W ^ & SON, 67 Cross. 

B««kfl ABd Stati^aery. 

CLARK F. B., 5t6 Congress, also 
Circolatins Library. Jewelry and 
fency goods. 

Colesworthy S. H. jr., 92 Exch'ge. 

McGOWAN & YOUNG, 418 Con- 
gress. Catholic Books a specialty. 

Beaks and Slatienery (Jab- 
bers and Iflannfactnrers). 

BAILEY A} NOYES, 66 and 68 Ex- 
change. 

DAVIS HALL L^ 49 Exchange. 

LORING, SHORT & HARMON, 
474 Congress (see advt. page 12). 

MoLELLAN,MOSH£R&CO.» 37 
Exchange. 

STEVENS & JONES, 198 Middle 
(see advt. front of book). 

Beek Binders. 

DAVIS GEO. H., 46 Exchange. 
DAVIS HALL L., 49 Exchange. 



LORING, SHORT lb HARMON^ 

474 Congress (see advt. page 12). 



Quincy \^. A., 97i Exchange. 

SMALL EDWARD, 85 Plum. 
Booksellers' and Publishers' Job 
Book Binder (see advt. back of 
book). ^ 



Beak PnblUhers. 

BAILEY & NOYES, 66 and 68 Ex- 
change. 

DONHAM G. M., Maine State 
Year Book, Oxford Building, 
186 Middle (see advt. fix>nt of 

Eastern Publishing Co., 93 Exch'ge. 
LORING, SHORT & HAKMON, 

474 Congress (see advt. page 12). 
McLELLAN, MOSHER & CO., 8T 

Exchange. Publishers of Maine 

Reports. 
STEVENS & JONES, 193 Middle 

(see advt. ft-ont of book). 
THURSTON BROWN CO , Brown 

Thurston, pres., 97% Exchange 

(see advt. opp. page 861). 



Baal&Sy Snbscriptian. 

DONHAM G. M., Oxford Build- 
ing, 186 Middle street, ffeueral 
agent for the " Prince of Peace," 
by Pansy. Agents wanted. 

EXCELSIOR PUBLISHING CO., 
186 Middle. General agents for 
the Easel Monument or Soldier^ 
Chart. 

Hallett H. & Co., 146 Middle. 

NAGLE RICHARD, fine art puWt- 
catiMis, P. EL. Foley general man- 
ager, 46 Exchange. 

Stinson & Co., 146 Middle. 

STRICKLAND B. F., 136 Oxford 
(see advt. back of book). 



Baet and Shoe Jabbers. 

(See also Boot and Shoe MnfM. 

and Jobbers). 

A. H. BERRY SHOE CO., 163 and 

166 Middle (see advt. opp. p. 386). 
FARN8W0RTH B. B. & CO., 188 

Bfiddle, mnfrs. and jobbers. 
WALKER CHAS. J, & CO., 167, 

169 and 161 Middle (see aclyt PPP* 

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Bo«t and Shoe Iflaiiafact'rs* 

Allen C. A & Co., 27 and 81 Plum. 
Freeman Bros., 2d Plum. 
Jones, Oartland & Co., 106 Middle. 
MONTGOMERY BROS., 29 Pearl, 

fine hand made boots, shoes and 

slippers. 
Payson & Meader, 41% Cross. 
Shaw, Goding & Co., IM to 160 

Middle. 
Webb & Cushinff, 81 to 87 Cross. 

B««t and Shoe Iflanaf actar- 
ers aad Jobbers. 

A. H. BERRY SHOE CO., 168 and 
166 Middle (see advt, opp.p. 386). 

Chase, Knight & Co., 80 Union. 

COX A. F. & SON, 67 & 69 Union. 
Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. 

WALKER CHAS J. & CO., 167, 
169 and 161 Middle (see advt. opp. 
page 837). 

Boot and Sboe mmfrtu 
Stock. 

Cumberland County Jail Work- 
shop, 34 and 42 Madison. 
Drew & Whitney, 27 Plnm. 
Sanford Job T., 65 Union. 



Boots and Sboes (Retail). 

Bailey H. E., 12 Elm. 

Bore T. C, 24 Washington. 

BOSTON BARGAIN STORE CO., 
269 Middle, Charles M. Walker, 
manager. 

Brennan John, 41 Middle. 

BROWN IRVING J., 461 and 944 
Congress. Fine goods a specialty. 

BRUNEL D. W., 69 Portland, H. 
E. Morton, agt. in charge of store. 

Cunningham & Driscoll, 20 Monu- 
ment square. 

Davis & Cartland, 210 Middle. 

Dean Bros., 468 and 466 Congress. 

Douglass L. M^ 478 Congress. 

Farr J. E., 47 Exchange. 

Fisher Thos k Son. 28 Brackett. 

Gallagher W.. 207 Congress. 

Goss W. P., 465 Congress. 

Greene Wyer & Co., 539 Congress. 

Groyer R. B. & Co., 483 Congress. 

Hatch Bros., 89 St. Lawrence. 

Lane A. A., 881 Congress. 

Lowell Cyrus, 278 Middle. 



Marden A. H., 388 Congress. 
McAndrew P., 96 Middle. 
McCarthy H. P., 896 and 467 Fore. 
Mitchell Bros., 7 Temple. 
Moulton Chas. F.,667 Congress. 
Miiller H. A. & Son, 199 Middle. 
Norton E. S. & Co, 817 Congress. 
O'Brien J. F., 197 Congress. 
PALMER SHOE STORE, Nelson 
& Sargent, props., 541 Congress. 
Pearson & Lamb, 593 Congress. 
Richards J. J., 227 Danforth. 
Smith F. L., 79 Middle. 
Tukesbury J. & Co., 868 Fore. 
Turner J. W., 663 Congress. 
White F. C, 480 Congress. 
Whitney W. H., 227 Congress. 



Boots and Shoes, Cnstoni 
and Repairs. 

Bateman A]ftred, 263 Federal. 
Bibber Joel, 49 Lafayette. 
BjOmram A. M., 438 Fore. 
Bore T. C, M Washington. 
Jourke £., 246 Spring. 
Carlson H., 184 Federal. 
Chambers E. H., 128 ConmierciaL 
Donovan John, 67 Washington. 
Gallagher J., 74 Adams. 
Galla^er W., 207 Congress. 
Good Wm. H., 23 Pleasant. 
Hanlon M., 105 Oxfora. 
Hanrahan Patrick. 68 Center. 
Hm-Iow S. F., 887 Fore. 
Johnson Henry A., 416 Fore. 
King Eli, 190 Brackett. 
Knight G. W., 55 Oak. 
Lea^ H. W., rear 67 Preble. 
Lowell Cyrus, 278 Middle. 
McCarthy H. P., 895 and 467 Fore. 
Mitchell Bros., 7 Temple. 
Morton H. E., 69 Portland. 
N. Y. Shoe Repairing Co., 104^ 

Exchange. 
0*Brion E. C, 84 Portland. 
O'Brien J. F., 197 Congress. 
Perry Leonard, 276 Middle. 
Pike Wm. Q., 239 Spring. 
Quinn John, 116 Washington. 
Rich M. H., 668i Congress. 
Richards G. R. M., 1116 Congress. 
Rielly George, 218 Danforth. 
Rounds W. H., 668 Congress. 
Smith James F., 12 Elm. 
Sprain H. P., 77 Gray. 
Tredenick Wm., 68 Portland. 
West Frederick, 74 Middle. 
Whitney W. tt., ^^7 Congress. 



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AJSrSVAX, BBOISTKB OF HAINB. 



B«ttleni* 

CASCO BOTTLING CO., 38 Plum. 
, Mineral and soda water and small 
' beer. 
INGALLS BROS., 17 Preble. 

Soda, Mineral Waters and Beer. 
MURDOCH & FREEMAN, 7 
Franklin, manufacturers of soda, 
I mineral waters and beer. 
SMITH J. & SON, 64 Portland, 
mufrs. of the celebrated Lancas- 
ter Hop Beer. 

Box makersy Paper. 

McRonald Bros., 11 Exchange. 
PORTLAND PAPER BOX CO., 31 
Pearl. 

B«x maker) IFoedea. 

BiAokett J. L., foot Preble. 
Bricks. 

Dinsmore & Lucas, Portland. 
Gumey W. P., Portland. 
Lawrence N. S., Portland. 

Britaaaia aad Plated ITare 
niaaafactarerfl. 

S1?EVEN8, WOODMAN & CO., 444 
Fore (see advt. opp. p. 329). 

Brekem. 

Custom House, 
Rich W. C, Custom House. 

OenercU Merchandise, 
Cloves F. H., 11 Exchange. 
Hall John H., 241% Commercial. 
Harris T. G & Co., 9 Exchange. 
Minott J. H. & Co., 211 Commerc'l. 
Hobinson W. H. jr., 179 Commer'l. 
Scott Chas. H. jr , 416 Fore. 
Stringer J. E., 180 Commercial. 
Webb W. R., 5 Exchange. 

Pawn, - 
Aaronson Philip, 420 Fore. 
Coolidge J. H.. 443 Fore. 
Currier Geo. E., 267 Federal. 
Davis Bros., 330 Fore. 
Druker N., 386 and 467 Fore. 
O'Malley P., 407 Fore. 
SCHRY VER SOLOMON, 496 Con- 
gress. 

Real Estate, 

BEAN L. O. & CO., 40 Exchange, 
dealers in real estate. 



Carr W. P.,Oxford bldg., 186 Mid'le. 
CHASE ANDREW J., First Nafl 

Bank bldg., 57 Exchange. Real 

estate, stocks and bonds. 
Davis Geo. R., 507* Congress. 
GARDINER N. S. & CO., Oxford 

building, 185 Middle (see advt. 

opp. page 829). 
GILBERT C. W. & CO., 386 Con- 
gress. Real Estate and Business 

Exchange. 
Libby A. C., 42i4Exchange. 
Lynch T. F., 22 Exchange. 
Paine E. H. & Co., 386 Congress. 
Perry W. W., 379% Congress. 
Pritchard B. F., iVeVa IVfiddle. 
PROCTOR JOHN F., 98Exchange» 

(see advt. opp. p. 829). 
REED J. B., 19 Monument square. 

Notes and mortgages. 
RICH CHARI.es, 9i3 Exchange. 
SHAW BENJ., 51% Exchange. 

General dealer in real estate. 
Taylor Lorenzo, 386 Congress. 
Waldron W. H., 180 Middle. 

Ship. 

BARTLETT CHAS. JR., 193 Com- 
mercial; also ship master's assist- 
ant (see advt. opp. page 829). 

Blake J. H.. Widgery wharf. 

Chase, Leavitt & Co., 167 Com'l. 

Freeman E., 11 Exchange. 

GALLAGHER & CO., 179 Common 
cial. Cape Breton steam culm 
eoals for sale by the eargo. Ves- 
sels bought and sold on oommis'n. 

NICKERSON PETER S., succes- 
sor to J. Nickerson & Son, 208 
CommerciaL 

Ryan & Kelsey, 243 Commercial. 

Winslow J. S. & Co., 185 Commer'l. 

Stocks. 
Cassidy W. F. & Co., 176% Middle. 
Cushing & Davison, 188 Biiddle. 
MOOIu: W. H., 19 Monument so. 
Morgan, Harrington & Carney, 67 
Exchange. 

Sugar. 
Hunt Qtoo, S. & Cram, 165 Com*!. 

Tea, 
LeProhon Ernest de B., 202^ Com'l. 

Braaai-Gara aad Breaaiw. 

THE TWITCHELL-CHAMPLIN 
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NO. 89 JBXCHANGB ST., 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 



Incorporated Sept. 25, 1889. Capital, $300,000. 



Fred E. Richards, Pres. Wm. W. Mason, Vice-Pres. C. G. Allen, Cashier. 

DIBBCTOBS: 

John B. DeWitt, L. M. Goosens, E. T. Borrowes, 

J. M. Mason, Henry B. Cleaves, Fred £. Richards, 

A. F. Crockett, Henry P. Cox, Wm. W. Mason. 



SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 

This Bank has established an Interest Department for the 
purpose of receiving deposits of Individuals, Firms and Socie- 
ties seeking income from money in abeyance or at rest, and to 
furnish a safe and profitable place of deposit for the savings 
and accumulations of all classes of depositors. 

These deposits are not received by the Bank in a Trust 
capacity, but constitute a loan by the depositor to the bank, 
payable on demand, and bearing interest at a stipulated rate. 

As security for its engagements, this institution offers the 
advantages of a large capital and the additional liability of 
its stockholders. 

Books of account will be issued in this department upon 
which interest at such rates as may be fixed by the Board of 
Directors, will be credited to depositors on the first day of 
January and July, and this interest will compound twice in 
every year, without trouble or care to the depositor. 

Deposits made during the first three days of any month 
will draw interest from the first day of that month, and those 
made after that during the month, will draw interest from the 
first day of the following month. 

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FRED E. RICHARDS k CO., 



Baok«rs, 



98 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND, MAINE. 



Solicit correspondence with investors who wish to 
buy or sell Government Bonds, Municipal Bonds, Rail- 
road Bonds, Water Bonds, Bank Stocks, and miscella- 
neous income bearing securities. 

Investments suited to Savings Banks and other 
trust funds made a specialty. 

We have all recent issues of Maine Central secur- 
ities, direct from the Company, which we sell at such 
prices as its Finance Committee authorize. 

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S88 



TRUE BROS.. 392 and 394 Fore (see 
advt. opp. page 360). 

Builders' Bxchans«. 

Robert W. Jackson, pres. ; Cbas.E. 
Snow, sec. ; 67 Exchange. 

Bnildins (llateriaU. 

CARLETON BROS. & CO., 864 

Coml. (see adyt. opp. page 336). 
Cluwe Chas. S., 5 Commercial whf . 



Knight & Co., 299 Commercial. 

BasteeM A^eacf. 

Ferry & Co., 45 Exchange. 

Basiaew Callecen* 

PORTLAND BUSINESS COL- 
LEGE, L. A. Gray, prin.. Davis 
bl<lg., 890 Congress, opp. city hall 
(see advt. back of book). 

SHAW F. L., 507^ Congress (see 
advt. back of book). 

Cabiaet makers. 

COLLADO E.. SMoulton. 
COREY WAXTER CO., 28 Free 

(see advt. opp. page 337). 
Johnsen Theo., l5 Union. 
Rowe C. J., 32 Cross. 

Calkers* 

(See also Shipwrights, etc.) 
Harford Geo. A., 91^ Commercial. 
Salvador Joseph, 123 Commercial. 

Caaaed Oaodsy Haaafrs. 

Boothby F. L., 19 Commercial whf. 
BURNHAM k MORRILL, 13 New 

Franklin, hermetically sealed 

goods (see advt. opp. page 841). 
Cnroberland Packing Co., 31% Exc. 
Cummings N. C. & Bro., 24 Plum. 
Franklin Packing Co., 31% Exc. 
Maine Canning Co., 8 Custom-house 

wharf. 
MATTOCKS C. P., 81% Exchange. 
Merrill Bros., 20 Cnstom-hoase whf. 
New Gloucester Paolung Co., 31% 

Exchani^e. 
PORTLAND PACKING CO., 16 

to 26 York. Hermetically Sealed 

Provisions. 
THE TWITCHELL-CHAMPLIN 

CO., head Merrill's wharf. 



Thompson, Hall & Co.,245Comm'l' 

The United Packers, 81% Exch'ge. 

Webb H. F. & Co., 186 Middle. 

WINSLOW PACKING CO., C. P. 
Mattocks, pre^. and bnsiness man*' 
ager, Fred Jones, treas., 31| Exoh . 

Caaacr's Hachiaery. 

Barker Mnfg. Co., 485, 487 & 489 

Fore. 
Conant, R. O., 229 Commercial. 
8TICKNEY OIL BURNER CO., 

57 Union (see advt. opp. p. 336). 

Caa Opeaer* 

BOOTHBY & CO., 105 Middle. 
Boothby*s Improved Can Opener 
(see advt. opp. page 825). 

CapplafT Ir^as. 

LANG E. M. & CO., 71 Kennebeo 
(see advt opp. page 336). 

Carpeaters aad Bailders. 

Blaisdell L. C. & Co., 67 Crou. 
Brown J. M., rear 67 West. 
BURRO WES J. W.. Kennebec, foot 

Preble (see advt. front of book). 
Bnrrowes Wm., Kennebec, opp. P. 

k R. depot. 
Curtis H. !>., 212 Newbury. 
Cnshing Charles W., 66 Pearl. 
Dow Joseph, 19 Cotton. 
FUes J. P., 13 Plum. 
Forsyth J. H., 1127 Congress. 
Hanson C. A. 191 Grant. 
Hanson L. W, Boynton court. 
Hobson C. H., 78 Cross. 
Horgan & McDonald, 18 Taylor. 
Howatt C. B., Tinkham court. 
Hunt E. W., 103 Clark. 
Ilsley E. R., rear IIW Grant. 
Irish W. B., 169 Clark. 
JenckesT. V. M., rear 88 Temple. 
Johnson H. K.. 59 Cross. 
Jose S. H., 76 Cross. 
Kilby William, Ryan*s court. 
King J. K.. 8 King place. 
Kneeland E. A., rear 68 Oak. 
Libby Addison, 97 Clark. 
Libby M., 100 Middle. 
Libby Washington, rear 709 Cong. 
Libby W. A., 8 Avon place. 
Lovejoy L. M. & Son, 192 Brackett. 
Lyford S. L., 127 Market. 
Morse Arthur D., 194 Federal. 
Morse John R.,.66 Pearl. 
Parker J. M., 88 Munjoy. 
Redlon B. M., 39 Union. 



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Carpenters and Baildem» 
coutinaed. 

Rogers Spencer, 9 Plum. 



Bowe A.B.,65i40ak. 
SANBORN J. Q., 59 Cross, plana 

and specifications furnished. 
Sawyer Albion, 162 Federal. 
Sawyer 8. M., 19 Cotton. 
Sklllin C. T., rear 207 Bracket*. 
SkUlings A. S., 27 Cotton. 
Small J. W., 19 Cotton. 
Smith A. D., 23 Cotton. 
SoaleH.,313St. John. 
Stiles E. M., Deering bridge. 
SYLVESTER G. S., 81 Preble (see 

advt. front of book). 
Tuttle G. R., 875 Congress. 
Ward J. C, 27 Cotton. 

Carpet Beating Raems. 

FOSTER A. & SON, 13 Preble. 

Carpets, etc. 

(See also Furniture.) 

ATKINSON HOUSE FURNISH- 
ING CO., Headquarters Port- 
land, comer Pearl and Middle, 
Branches at Biddeford, Auburn, 
Rockland, Bangor, Norway, Gar- 
diner, WaterYille, Bath and Old 
Town (see advt. opp. p. 340). 

BAILEY H. J. & CO., 190 Middle 
(see advt. opp. page 329). 

FOSS T. F. & SONS, 111 and 113 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. 328). 

HOOPER DAVID & CO., 233 Mid- 
dle. Sole agta. for Bissell's " Su- 
perior" Carpet Sweeper. 

HOOPER OREN, SON & LEIGH- 
TON, corner Congress and Pearl 
(see advt. opp. page 824). 

Kilbom W. T. &XJo., 24Free. 

Milliken, Cousens & Short, 164 Mid. 

MARRETT JAMES S. & CO. 
Also window shades and curtain 
fixtures, 642^ Congress (see advt. 
opp. page 32«). 

Carria«€$8 and Sleiffhs. 

Adams, Clark & Locke, 41 Oasco. 

BAILEY F. O. & CO., 30-34 Plum. 
Manufacturers of horse clothing 
and robes. , ^_ 

BRADLEY & SMALL, 33 and 85 
Preble (see advt. opp. page 344). 

Brown, E. E., 39 Pearl. 

Farrar Robert, 46 Portland. 



THOMPSON ZEN AS & BRO., 36 

and 38 Elm. Mnfrs. and dealers, 
also dealers in harnesses, robes 
and stable fittings. 
Whitney C. E., 91Preble. 



Carriage and 81ei«h Trim- 
mini^s. 

BAILEY JAMES & CO., 26* Mid- 
dle. Carriage cloth, leather, hair, 
buttons, tacks, etc. 

STEVENS A. E. & CO., 216, 218 
and 220 Commercial, leather, 
enamel cloth, hair, etc. 

Carriage and Slel«h Weed 
l¥ork and Repairs. 

Chapman G. B., 65 Preble. 
Crandall, York & Comstock, 31 

Green. 
Dunham W. H., 78 Pearl. 
Dnran Benj., 450 Commercial. 
March G B., 69 Oak. 
Mason Samuel, 71 Portland. 
Pray Lewis, foot Preble. 
Shorey, Samuel, 10 Union. 
Smith J. F., 109 Preble. 
Stone Theodore, 18 Union. 
Thompson J. B., 21 Cross. 
Wry W. A., c. Fore and Cotton. 

Carriage Wood l¥«rk 
DealcrM. 

COREY E. & CO., 195 and 197 Com- 
mercial, Wheels, Rims, Spokes, 
Hubs, Shafts, Bodies and Gears. 

STEVENS A. E. & CO., 216, 218 
and 220 Commercial, Wheels, 
Rims, Hubs, Spokes, Shafts, Bod- 
ies and G^ars. 

Carriage Ireners. 

(See also Carriages and Sleighs.) 
Crandall, York & Comstock, 81 

Green. 
Harmon S. B., 127 Market. 
Jones G. W., c. Fore and Cotton. 
Mann Joseph, 63 Preble. 
McCann D. E. , 37 Preble- . , 
Talbot & Moulton, 75 Portland. 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Bailey Geo. W., 57 Portland. 
Crandall, York & Comstock, 31 

Green. 
King W. A., 22 Portland. 
Sto(Mard C. B., 46 Portland. 



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Carrers. 

Griffin B. S., 366 Fore. 
Johnson A. Theo., 15 Union. 



ROBINSON a. D., 667 Conjfreaa. 

Weddings and parties supplied. 
WEST & CALDKRWOOD, 634 

Congress. Families supplied. 
Grewer Wm., 508 Congress. 

llJIieiiiifits, iflanafactarinii. 

Cook, Everett & Pennell,l34 Mid'le. 

Frye Geo. C, 320 Congress. 

Perkins John W. & Co., 94 and 96 
Comraereial. 

SCHLOTTERBECK & F08S, 501 
Congress. Proprs. of Scblotter- 
beck's pharmaoeatical prepara- 
tions. ^ 

Chewins Oam, Iflaaafrs. 

Curtis & Son, cor. Deer and Fore. 
Sundlett Bros., 418 Fore. 
Wood N. & Son, 428 Fore. 

Chiropodist. 

KENISON F. H., 502 Congress. 
Corns, bmnious and bad nails 
treated without pain. 

Cigar Iflaaafactarers. 

Campljell S. S. B., 10 Free. 
Carey Thoinaa, 268 Middle. 
BEI^VINA F., 178 Middle, at 
wholesale and retail. 

py C. H. & Co., 463 Congress. 



Healy W.J. ,418 Fore. 
Riee P. T., 273 Middle. 
Ryan J. H., 237 Congress. 
Thompson A. S.. 144 North. 

Cigars, Tmporlers. 

JORDAN W. S. & CO., 102 Com- 
mercial (see advt. opp. page 341). 

Civil Enfjfineers. 

Howe Chaa. H., 162 Pearl. 

ILSLEY & CUMMIN6S, First 
National Bank Building, 67 Ex- 
change. 

JORDAN E. C. & CO., Sli^ Exc, 
(see advt. opp. page 336). 



Claim Ageato. 

Dmromond D. H., 17 Monnment sq. 

HARMON k HOSMER (Z. K. 
Harmon, E. H Hosmer), Davis 
block, oor. Exchange and Cong. 

ClorgTaaea and Charchos. 

Advent Christian. 
Woodward Edward P., Coi^greas 
place, 306 Cumberland. 

Baptist. 
Burrage Henry S., 64 Thomas. 
Small A. K. P., 1st Baptist church, 

115 Pearl. 
Whitman B. L., Free Street ch., 146 

Free. 

Catholic. 
Ahem M. J., Ch. of Immaculate 

Conception, 807 Congress. 
Healy Jas. A., Bishop, Church of 

Im. Con., 307 Congress. 
McDonough M. C, Church of Im. 

Con., 807 Congress. 
McGrath M. H., Church of Im. 

Con., 307 Congress. 
O'Callaghan Cornelius J., Church of 

Im. C^n.. 307 Congress. 
Murphy John W., V. G. St. Domi- 
nies Church, 156 Dauforth. 
Hurley E. F„ St. Dominies, 166 

Danforth. 

Chrlsfa Faith Church. 
Pearson S. F., 41 Wilmot. 

Conffregaiionalist. 
Bayley Frank T., State st. church, 

8 Bramhall. 
Cumminga E. C, 112 Park. 
Fenn W. H., High street church, 89 

Deering. 
Merrill J. G., Second Parish ch. 

289 Cumberland. 
Pratt D wight M.,Willi8ton church. 

27 Pine. 
Soutliworth Francis, Bethel ch., 108 

Newbury. 
Warren I. P., 315 Brackett. 
Wilson J. G., Abyssinian church, 74 

Winter. 
Wright A. H., St. Lawrence street 

church, 43 St. Lawrence. 
Vacant, West church. 



Vacant. 



Disciples of Christ, 



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Clersymen, c«titiiiiied. 

Episcopal. 
Dalton Asa. St. Stephen's church, 

258 Vaughan. 
Neely Henry A., Bishop, St. Luke's 

Cathedral, 143 State. 
Ottman George A., St. Paul's ch., 

279 Congress. 
Sills C. Morton, Canon, St. Luke's 

Cathedral, 135 State. 

Free Baptist. 
Cate C. E., Plymouth ch., 86 Wint'r. 

Upends. 
Goddard C. S. (Deering), Oak street 
church. 

Jewish. 
Hebrew Synagogue, 79 Middle, N. 
Druker, pres., H* M. Lasky^rabbi, 
75 Middle. 

Lutheran. 
Poulsen Iver K„ Danish, 30 Turner. 
Storle Knut, Ist Evangelical Luth- 
eran church. North. 

Methodist. 
Collins John, Peak's* Island. 
Clymer J. F., Pine street church, 

64 Carleton. 
Frost J. M., Congress street oh., 

79 North. 
Hughes M. S., Chestnut street ch., 

2X9 Cumberland. 
Pratt David, West End (Knight- 

ville P. O,) 
Bandall 2>. J?., 7 Willis. 
Vacant, Mt. Zion church. 

Methodist (Independent). 
LeLacheur D. W., Vaughan street, 
4 Oilman. 

New Jerusalem Church. 
Billings Percy, 8 Parris. 
ffayden Wm. J5., 122 State. 

Presbyterian. 
Kobinson C. B., Park street. First 
pres. church. 

Unitarian. 
Bellmos John A.y 17 Gray. 
Hill Thos., 1st Parish ch., 71 Free. 
Fhelan Wnk. T., Preble chapel, 48 
Alder. 



Universalist. 
Blanchard Henry, let Univ. church* 

234 State. 
Kiern G. I., Church of the Messiah. 

Cloaks and Qarments. 

Eastman Bros. & Bancroft, 492 and 

494 Congress. 
LIB BY J. R., 488 and 490 Congress 

(see advt. opp. page 337). 
Little X. John & Co., 516 Congress. 
Millett, Evans & Co., 517 Congress 

and 7 Casco. 
Rines Bros., 529 to 635 Congress. 

Clothing. 

ALLEN & CO., 204 Middle, comer 
Plum (see advt. front of book). 

Austin L. D., 182 and 189 Middle. 

Beale A. W. & Co., 177 Middle. 

BURLEIGH CLOTHING CO., 184 
Middle. 

CLARK IRA F. ft CO., 482 Cong- 
ress. Spot cash clothiers and 
gents' furnishings. 

Cunningham C. D. & Co., 2% Mon- 
ument square. 

Donahue Tnos.F., 18 Monument sq. 

Farrington Bros^ 642 Congress. 

HASKELL ft JONES, Lancaster 
building, 470 Congress. 

HILL A. F. ft Co., 500 Congress, 
also mnfr. of Hill's Paper Cutter. 

Hurley D. H. ft Co., 370 Fore. 

Holden C. F. & Co.. 877 Fore. 

Judelshon J., 122 Middle. 

Low Bros, ft Co., 120 Middle. 

McNeill E.. 207 Middle. 

NASH WILLIAM ft CO., 550 
Congress. Medium and fine 
dothing. 

O'Malley P., 407 Fore. 

Rosenberg Bros., 378 Fore. 

Schwart2 David, 87 Middle. 

^hine W. M., 26 Monument sq. 

STANDARD CLOTHING CO., W. 
C. Ware, manager, 255 Middle 

Waterhouse S. & Sons, 369 Fore. 

Wolf J. H., Ill Middle. 



Clothing Cleaniiers and Re- 
pairers. 

Briggs A. D., 18 Portland. 
Carcf W. L., 46 Free. 
Goodman B., 51 Middle. 
Dunham W. S., 51014 Congress. 
GR08STUCK F. W„ 10 Free, 
^utohins Lewis S.^ 114 Middle. 



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Lewis, Hall ft York, 

Snccetaon to J. T. Lewis !& Co., 
If annfftoturers and Jo1>ber8 of 

Men's, Youths' and Boy's 
CLOTHING, 

and FoTDtsbing Goods, 
191 * IS* IIM4le St., PorttoBi, M». 



I. F. QILKEY. 

Gtneril Commission lercbant. 

Canned Goods a ipeolalty. 
Packers* Agent for New England 

• Products, 
9)7 COHHerclftl St., P. O. Box 985, 
PORTLAND, MB. 



Imported Artifieiai Byes of the 
Beet Quality* 

C. H. 




FARLEY 

OptlcUHI» 

UxGhangeSt. 



A. H. Berry Shoe Co. 

Manufacturers & Jobbers of 

Boots, Shoes & Rubbers, 
16tA165 Mliile Street, 

POBTLAMD, Ms. 



BOLSTER, SNOW & CO., 

Jobbers of 

Dry Goods & Men's Furnishings 

Foreign and Domestic Shawls 
a specialty. 

Mliile A Pearl Sta., PortlMi, Me. 

M. E. Bolater, Lncien Snow, 

E.P. Steplet, N.D.Smith. F.W. RoberU. 



Stickney Oil Burner Co. 

Manufacturers of 
Oil Burners for Heating Soldering 
CopperSy Rivets^ Steam Launches 

and all purposes where oil is used for 
fuel. Oen. Agts. for Miller Duplex 
Steam Pumps. 

I S7 VnUm St., JPortlmnd, Me, 



J. B. DUNBAR, 

Saddlery Hardware, 

Harness Afakers' Supplies, 

No. 27 Preble Street, 

PORTLAND, BCE. 



EC. JORDAN ft COMPANY, 
Civil Bngineere. 

Surveys and designs for work pertain- 
ing to Sewerage and Water Supply of 
towns. Sanitiuy plumbing and exam- 
ination of buildings. Plans in cases 
of Railroad and Water Power litigar 
tion, and for the derelopment of sum- 
mer resorts. 
Slj MaMihange at,^ Portland, Me, 



H. W. McCausland, 

Dealer in 

Sewing Machines, Bicycles, 

Musical Insti'uinents, Sheet 

Music and Books. 

Sheet Music only 10 cents per copy. 

Send for cataloene. 

H. W. McCsMUni, 416CoiifreM8t., 

PORTLAND, ME. 



Carleton Bros. tL Co. 

Manufacturers of 
Jacob** Lime A Zand Plotter, 
Also dealers in "HofEman" and 
•'Old Newark" Cements, Hair and 
Brick. 

364 COMMEBCIAL 8TBBBT, 
PORTLAND, ME. 



E. M. Lang tL Co. 

Manufacturers of Wire, Drop and 
Stick Solder; also Lang's Patent Steel 
Can Capper (awarded first degree of 
merit at New Orleans Exposition) and 
General Supplies for Canned Goods 
Packers. 

71 Kennebee Street, 
PORTLAND, . MAINE. 



Pearl Street Dining Room 

FOB 

Lailes »■€ eeitleHei. 

Board by the Day or Week. 

SI, St A 95 Pearl St., PortUni, Me. 
A. F. Welch, Proprietor. 



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WALTER COREY CO., 

Ku.rnitu.re @ Drapery, 

No. 28 Free Street, Portland, Me. 
WOOD MANTELS and CABINET WORK A Specialty. 



Remoyed from 239 Middle Street to 508 Congrese Street 

J. A. MERRILL & CO., 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 
Military f Matanie, I* O. O. JF,, I.O.G^T,, and other Society Ooodt, 

503 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

J. A. Merrill. A. Keith. 



CHARLES J. WALKER & CO., 



• WHOLESALE 



Beets, Shees, Harnesses and Leather, 

167, 169 & 161 Middle St., Portland, Me. 

Chas. J. Walker. Frank L. Berry. Wm. P. Osborne. 



J. R. LIBBY, 

Successor to Tomer Bros. & Newcomb, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Dry Goods, Dress Goods, 

Oarmeats and Hoasekeepinur Ooodit a Specialty. 

488490 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. 



0"W^E]Sr, MOORE <fe CO. 

T WBNTT-FI VE I>BPAn TMENTS* 

Furnishing & Fancy Goods, Wholesale and Retail. 

Zargett Store in Maine, 

606 & 607 Congress St., . Portland, Maine. 



Mannfactorers and Dealers in 

Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, 

Shingle Mills and Grist Mills. Iron Working 
Machinery a specialty. Foot Power Machinery for 
Carpenters and Builders. Wood-working Machin- 
ery. Shaftings, Hangings, Pulleys, Beltmg, Saws, 
Ous, and General Mil! Supplies. Complete Plants 
furnished. 98 Preble St„ Portland^ Me,^ 




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Knner Benj., 98 Middle. 
McMahon Jas. H., 229 York. 
O'Connor B. F., 126 Middle. 
Stewart Bei^iamin, 158 Federal. 

Clothing, NeM' an4 Second- 
Hand. 

Aaronson Phillip, 420 Fore. 
Berenson L. H., 447 Fore. 
Berenstien M., 411 Fore. 
Bemstien Bros., 366 and 399 Fore. 
Davis Bros., 330 Fore. 
Druker Nathan, 336 and 467 Fore. 
Goldblatt M. S., 471 Fore. 
Levi B., 339 Fore. 
Levi & DeGroot, 97 Middle. 
Nollett Peter, 445 Fore. 
Waaserman L., 128 Middle and 459 
Fore. 

Clothinn, Wli«leiial«« 

ALLEN & CO., 204 Middle, comer 
Plum (see advt. front of book). 

HASKELL & JONES, Lancaster 
building. 470 Congress. 

LEWIS, HALL & YORK, 121 and 
123 Middle (see advt. opp. p. 836). 

Milliken, Couaens & Short, 164 Mid. 

Clothes IVrlnyen and Re- 
painUff. 

(See also Famitnre and Stoves). 

MERRILL FRED L. & CO., 151 

Federal (see advt. opp. page 368). 

CoflMsh and Saddlery Hard- 
ivare and Trimmiuffs* 

BAILEY JAMES & CO., 264 Mid- 
dle, Carriage Broadcloths, Enam- 
eled Cloths, Patent Leathers, &c. 

Coal and ITood. 

Bartlett & Wiggin, 79 Parris. 
Brackett & Brans. 109 Wihnot. 
Delano F. H., 65 India. 
DYER & BIBBER, successors to J. 

M. Haines Co.,3^ Commer'l. 
FICKETT J. T., 59 Lincoln, coal, 

wood and kindlings. 
Findley W., 103 Washington. 
Glencrosb James, 358 Cumberland. 
Johnston James T., 174 Congress. 
Larochelle J., 103 Preble. 
Larochelle P. A. & Co., 45 Fore. 
McCue & Walsh, 19 Pleasant. 
MORSE A. D., 98 Plum and 67 

Brackett. Kindlings of aU kinds. 



Pike Charles Howard, 64 Portland. 

Randall A. 1. & Co.,264 Cora'l. 

RANDALL & McALLISTER, 76 
Commercial and 70 Exchange. 
Coal by the cargo. And carloads 
from coal pockets (see advt. opp. 
page 344). 

Ricker W. H. & Co., 82 Federal. 

Sargent, Dennison & Co.. 174 Com- 
mercial. 

Themes C. D., 20 Long wharf. 

Warren D. 8. & Co., 244 Commer*!. 

WATSON J. L., Deering bridge 
(see advt. opp. page 328). 

Westwood Wm. k Co., 417 Portl'd. 

Wright A. R. ft Co., 353 Commer'l. 

York C. W., 6 Washington, 211 
Danf orth and 60 Commercial. 

Coal, Carfpo* 

Cnmmings N. C, 24 Plum. 

RANDALL & MCALLISTER, 76 
Commercial and 70 Exchange. 
All kinds for domestic and manu- 
facturing purposes (see advt. opp. 
page 344). 

Coffee and Spice Orindei«« 

Dunlap Orrin, 462 Fore. 
JEWELL M. A. ft CO., 444 and 

448 Fore. 
NEVENS H. H. ft CO., 898 Pore 

(see adyt. opp. d. 841). 
THE TWITCHELL-CHAMPLIN 

CO., head Merrill's wharf. 

Coffee ntills, 19Infrii. 

BELKNAP MOTOR CO., 24 Plnm. 
" Cyclone Coffee Mill." 

Collins and Casket*. 

CUSHMAN ft TASKER, 191 Fed- 
eral , successors to Morse & Bunce 
(see advt. opp. page 324). 

ILSLEY BKOS., corner Federal 
and Temple. CofBns and Caskets 
of all kinds. 

MARTIN JAMES A., 123Exch'ge. 

McDonough B. E., 116 Exchange. 

RICH S. S. ft SON, 106 Exchange, 
Funeral Directors and Embalm- 
ers. Telephone 256 and house 
•255. 

Tobin Bros., 241 Federal. 

Collateral Banking. 

Griswold Geo. B. & Co., 98 Exeh. 



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ANNUAL BBGI8TER OF MAINE. 



Commissions Ci«neral. 

BARTLETT CHAS. JR., 193 Com- 
mercial (see advt. opp. page 329). 

BOYD O. G., 5 Exchange, Agent 
for Stickney & Poor's spices. 

Churchill E. & Co., 208 Commer'l. 

Cram N. O., 12 Union wharf. 

Dennis E., 193 Commercial. 

Emery Isaac, 208 Commercial. 

Emery John A. & Bro., 226 Com*l. 

GILKEY I. F., 227 Commercial. 
Canned goods and general mer- 
chandise (see advt. opp. p. 386). 

Harris T. G. & Co., 9 Exchange. 

Johnson A. J., 416 Fore. 

JOHNSON T. H. & Co., 204 Com'l. 
Canned goods and general mdse. 

Knight J. H.. 2V; Union wharf. 

Merrill Eugene, 204 Commercial. 

Milllken 8^ Co., 157 to 163 Comm'l. 

Soule Wm. G., 179 Commercial. 

Starr Geo. H.. 21/3 Union wharf. 

Stringer J. E., 180 Commercial. 

Taylor Howard, 410 Fore. 

Weston T. H., 24 Commercial. 

Confectionery. 

(See Fruit and Confectionery). 

Confectionery Iflanufact'rs. 

BRIGGS THOMAS, 379 Congress. 
Mnfr. and Wholesale Dealer. 

GOUDY & KENT, cor. Pearl and 
Milk. Wholesale manufacturing 
confectioners. 

Grewer Wm., 508 Congress. 

Hudson Geo., 571 Congress. 

Lord I. F., 486 and 566 Congress. 

Marshall C. E. & Co., 510 Cong. 

MORTON W. E. & CO., 615 Con- 
gress. Soft uncrystalized creams 
and fine chocolates, wholesale and 
retail. 

Perkins L. J. & Son, 489 Congress. 

Sawyer Geo. E., 309 to 316 Congress 

THE TWITCHBLI.-CHAMPLIN 
CO., head Merrill's wharf. 

WEST & CALDERWOOD, 534 
Congress, wholesale and retail. 

Consuls. 

Kelsey Samuel B., Consular agent 
of Portugal, 243 Commercial. 

I^avitt Wm. jr., vice Haytien Re- 
public, 167 Commercial. 

LeTrohon E. de B., consular agent 
of France, and acting vice of 
Spain, 202% Commercial. 



Small S. R., Argentine Republic, 
aud Vice, Uruguay, 191 Middle. 

Starr Geo. H., British vice,2i/^ Un- 
ion wharf. 

Sweat Tewksbury L., Vice Swedish 
and Norwegian, 167 Commercial. 

Contmctors. 

Dredging. 
Eastern Dredging Co., 30 Exchange. 
Moore & Wright, 41 Commercial. 

Earth and Ledge, 
Gulliver John, 9 Fore. 
FLANNAGAN J. H., sewerage 
and works constructor, 457^ Cong. 
Shanahan T. H., 221 Franklin. 

Submarine and Engineer. 
Moore Edward, 41 Commercial. 

Water Works. 
Wescott Joseph & Son, 191 Middle. 

Wharf and Bridge. 
Teague & Bennett, 6 Long wharf. 

Coopers. 
Fickett, J. H. & Co., r. 15 Union. 
Jordan G. E., foot Wilmot. 
Lombard Bros., r. 185 Commercial. 
McDonald Geo. F., 272 Commer'l. 
NEWCOMB D. L., 7 & 9 Central. 
Portland Cooperage Co., 276 Com'l. 

Cooperane Stocic* 

Dyer John W., 285 Commercial. 
Hamlen J. H. & Son, 805 <om'l. 
Hunt Geo. S. & Co., 169 Com'l. 
Newcomb D. L., 7 ft 9 CentraL 
Portland Cooperage Co., 276 Com'l. 

Corn Caice Iflannfactory* 

Webber A. D., 116 Middle. 
Costumes. 

Littlefleld C. E., 257% Middle. 
Crayon Portrait Artists. ^ 

GERRITY J. F. & CO., 244 Middle. 
Fine pastel and water color por- 
traits a specialty. (Also studio at 
Baniror). 

King Warren C, 480A Congress. 

PORTLAND COPYING CO., 390 
Congress, opp. City Building. 
Fine ink and crayon portraits, 
also water colors. 

RouiidB W. H., 89 Pleasant. 



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Creamery. 

FOREST CITY CREAMERY, 987 
Congress (see advt. opp page 324). 

Crockery and Furnitnre. 

Davis Roscoe S. & Co., 108 Exch. 

FOSS T. F. & SONS. Ill an(l 118 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. 328). 

HOOPER OREN, SON & LEIGH- 
TON, comer Congress and Pearl 
(see advt. opp. page 324). 

Crockery, Glass and Bilrer 
IVare. 

BURBANK, DOUGLASS & CO., 
242 Middle. Novelties for holi- 
day and wedding gifts. 

Conway Jolin M., 469 Congress. 

FOSS T. F. & SONS, 111 and 113 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. 328). 

HADLOCK C. W., 267 Congress. 
Lamps and Lamp Fixtures. * 

HOOPER OREN,%ON & LEIGH- 
TON, comer Congress and Pearl 
(see advt. opp. page 324). 

JOSE CHAS. B. & CO., 473 Con- 
gress and 8, 10 and 12 Preble. 

OWEN, MOORE & CO., 505 & 507 
Congress (see advt. opp. page 337). 

RAND R. a,, 569 Congress. Whole- 
sale and Retail. 

Crockery and Olass IVare* 
Wholesale. 

BURBANK, DOUGLASS & CO., 
242 Middle. Decorated Table 
Ware; also Plated and Lamp 
Goods. 

JOSE CHAS. E. & CO., 473 Con- 
gress and 8, 10 and 12 Preble. 

BWASEY E. & CO., 273 Commer- 
cial (see advt. opp. page 328). 

Crockery and Silver Ware. 

ATKINSON HOUSE FURNISH- 
ING CO., headquarters Portland, 
cor. Pearl and Imddle. Branches 
at Biddeford, Auburn, Gardiner, 
Norway, Rockland, Bangor, Wa- 
terville, Bath and Old Town (see 
advt. opp. p. 840). 

Cutlers and Cutlery. 

ULMER ADOLFH, 11 Monument 

square. 
York H. H., 224 Federfd. 



Cyclopedias. 

DONHAM G. M., Oxford Build- 
ing, 185 Middle. 

STRICKLAND B. F., rear 136 Ox- 
ford (see advt. back of book). 

Dairy Supplies. 

Kendall fc Whitney, cor. Federal 
and Temple. 

Deering liand Co. 

John N. Lord, pres. ; F. J. Rollins, 
sec. and treas., 22 Exchange. 

]|>ental and Surgical Instra* 
ments. 

Frye Greo. C, 820 Congress. 

l»entists. 

Bacon Elbridge, 28 Free. 
Brann O. B., 573% Congress. 
Brooks M. F., 480 Congress. 
Coleman F. D., 495^ Congress. 
Davis H. M., 565% Congress. 
Dow G. E., 507 1-2^ Congress. 
Evans W. R., 489 Congress. 
Fellows D. W., 23 Free 
Fernald S. C, 261^ Middle. 
Fillebrown Thoa.. 609 Congress. 
Howland Fred, 499% Congress. 
Kelley Henry A., 609 Congress. 
Kimball C, 453 1-2 (Jongress. 
Kimball Henry, 491 1-2 Congress. 
Lockwood E. B. & F. W., 502 

Congress. 
MorriU W. B., 491% Congress. 
Packard S. A.. 228 Middle. 
Pierce Chas. N., 26H Middle. 
Roberts W.H., 261 Middle. 
Stevens Charles T., 592 Congress. 
Strout J. M., 457% Congress. 
Talbot C. M., 260 Middle. 

l^esigner. 

Jenckes Chas. M., 537 Congress. 

]>esks. 

BAILEY F. O. & CO., 18 Exchange. 

]>esks, School. 

DONHAM G. M., Oxford Build- 
ing, 185 Middle (see advt. front 
of book). 

STEVENS & JONES, 193 Middle 
(see advt. front of book). 



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840 



AiraUAL BEGI8TER OF MAINE. 



Detective, liicensed, State. 

DAVIS ROBERT A., First Na- 
tional Bank building, corner Mid- 
dle and Exchange. 

l^iamondii* 

MERRILL J. A. & CO., 503 Con- 
gress. Diamonds and other pre- 
cious stones set and unset (see 
advt. opp. page 337). 

l^irers, SabmariBe. 

Floyd Gardner, 460 Fore. 
Gordon N. E.,57 Exchange. 
LUNT L. E. & CO., 9 and 10 Union 
wharf. 

Doom, Sash, and Blinds. 

(See also Lumber.) 
Daniels Isaiah, 67 Commercial. 
FARNHAM H. F. & CO., head of 

R. R. wharf. Importers of Glass. 
Leavitt J. A. & Son, 346 Com'l. 
LeGrow Bros., 24 Preble. 
PORTLAND DOOR, SASH AND 

BLIND C O., E. E. Carleton, 

Treas., 39 and 43 Cross. 

Brain Pipe. 

CARLETON BROS & CO., 864 
Conunercial (see advt. opp. page 
336). 

Casco Carbonized and Cement Pipe 
Co., 88 Preble. 

CHASE CHAS. S., 5 Com'l wharf. 

PORTLAND STONE WARE 
COMPANY, Deering bridge (see 

' advt. front of book). 

PORTLAND CEMENT PIPE & 
STONE CO., 294 and 296 Com- 
mercial ; also garden borders, 
vases, art tiles, checkered pave- 
ments, etc. (see advt. back of 
book). 

Brain Tile. 

Gumey William P., Portland. 

PORTLAND CEMENT PIPE & 
STONE CO., 294 and 296 Com- 
mercial (see advt. back of book). 

Braperies. 

(See Upholstery Goods). 

Bress Makers. 

Boardway G. A. Mrs., 573*4 Cong. 
Brown A. L., 511% Congress. 



Cobb L. P. M. Miss, 537 Congress. 
Cole O. M. Mrs., 17 Green. 
Donahue Rosa M., 185 Brackett. 
Fro* B. Miss, 561 Congress. 
Hitchcock M. B., 5071/2 Congress. 
Hyde E. M. & G. A.. 453i Cong. 
Johnson A. M., 618% Congress. 
Kemp W. W. Mrs., 55 Free. 
Newell H. R. Mrs., 403* Congress. 
O'Brien E. C. Mrs., 5 Portland. 
Scales E. R. Miss, 47 South. 
Watts H. L. Mrs., 484J Congress. 

Bress and Cloaic Makers. 

Allen H. S. Miss, 457% Congress. 
Allen F. I. Miss, 514 Congress. 
Allen 8. M., 502 Congress. 
Ball Mrs. J.. 68 Pine. 
Bumham Lizzie J., 567 Congress. 
Chenery L., 434 Congress. 
Cook Elizabeth Miss, 3 Monument. 
Damon A. M. Mrs. 499% Congress. 
Dav L. P. Miss, 610 A Congress. 
GiUiatt C. Miss, 369 Cumberland. 
Groder M. S. Miss, 502 Congress. 
Harriman Misses, 490% Congress. 
Harris H. V. Mrs., 190% Middle. 
Kennedy L. A., 602 Congress. 
LIB BY J. R., 488 and 4^ Congress 

(see advt. opp. page 837). 
Maney M. M Miss, 89 Brackett. 
Monahan Rose Miss, 173 Congress. 
Nash Sadie M. Miss, 183 Bracfett. 
Parrott L. J. Miss, 571% Congress. 
Pray A. J. Mrs., 561% Congress. 
Roboins T. A. Mrs., 85 Brown. 
Smith E. J. Missa54 Spring. 
Solkey C. Mrs., 228 1-2 Middle. 
Vining M. J., 53 India. 
Waterman H. F. Miss, 537 Congres 
Weed M. W., Mrs., 10 Elm. 
Woodbuiy A. E. Mrs., 91 India. 
York R. P. Mrs., 544^ Congress. 

Bress Reform. 

Fairweather M. E., 10 Elm. 

Brossists and Apothecaries. 

Cross E. E., 379 Fore. 

Dana Edmund jr., 589 Congress. 

Drew Walter I., 202 Brackett. 

Folsom H. P. & Co., 921 Congress. 

FOSS EDWARD L., 658 Congress. 

FOWLER L. C, 108 Congress. 
Drugs and fancy articles. 

Frye Geo. C 820 Congress. 

GILSON DRUG STORE, 14 Mon- 
ument square. Toilet Articles^ 
Trusses, etc. 



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YouWant to Know About. 

Where is it ? All over Maine. At Bangor, Rockland, Auburn, 
Biddeford, Norway, Gardiner, WaterviUe, Bath and Old Town. 
Headquarters at Portiand. 

Well, what about it ? 

What about it ? Don't you know ? Why, you can buy every- 
thing you need in the way of 

FCiroitOrc or HodS^ Fdriyi&biOSS 

at lower prices than any where else. You would hardly be- 
lieve that you can get a Plush Parlor Suite for $25, but you can. 
Cash buyers get a uberal discount, or you can take your time 
and pay by the week or month for what you want How is that 
for a good idea ? 

They are Sole Agents in Maine for the celebrated Quaker and 
New Tariff Ranges. 

Don't be without a ffood comfortable home. Visit the store 
nearest you, and see aSl they offer, in variety, quality and style, 
for little money. Enjoy comfort for about one dollar a week 
and gather style and fashion around you. 

If possible, visit the Mammoth Store in Portland, with its 
five noors of wonders. 

You are always welcome. If you cannot go, send for samples 
and cuts. They are glad to hear from you. No trouble to 
answer letters. 

MlDson House Fimislig Co., 

Corner Middle & Pearl Sts.f Portland, Me. 

8Ri^N^O£CE]S 
Bangor, Soeklandf Auburn , Biddefordf Oardiner, N&rwmy, Water' 

viiley Bath and Old Town, 
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Williaim Senter & Co. 

DEALBBS IN 

Chronometers, Watches,Clocks, 
Jewelry, Nautical, Optical 
and Mathematical Instru- 
ments. 

51 Exchange St., Portiand, Me* 



D. W. True ft Co., 

Flour, Gbocebibs and 

PbO VISIONS, 

217 Commeroiai Straet. Portland. Ms. 

' S. Clark Jr.^ 
J. T. Skolfleld, F. D. True. 



Established 1821. 

Byron Greenougrh & Co. 

Furs, Hats, Rcfbes ft Gloves, 

No. 234 Middle St, Portland. 

A. L. Gilkey, P. G. Maimiiig, 
H. M. Maling. 



H. H. NEVENS & CO., 
Manufacturers of 

Spioes, Cream Tartar, Extraols* fte., 

Wholesale Dealers in 
Teas, Coffees & Fancy Groceries. 

Eagle Mills, No. 398 Fore St. , 

POBTLANn^ MB, 



MILLIKEN TOMLINSOII CO., 

IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

Floub and Pbovision Dxalbbs, 
303 to 309 Commeroiai St., Portland, Maine. 



S. A. & J. H. True, 

FLOOR, GRAIN & FEED, 

202 Commercial St., 

PORTLAND, ME. 

Samuel A. True. John H. True. 



P. O. Box 956. 



Telephone 947 



Wholesale Grocers, ani Dealers Id 
Floar, eraia A ProTlsloos. 



C. E. Knight, 
No. 209 Commercial 8i, 



Agent. 
PORTLAND, ME. 



Established Sept. 1, 1863. 

Norton, Chapman & Co., 

Receivers & Commission Merchants. 
Flonr, eralD A Mill Feed, 

Faranaceons Products and Fish. 

OFFIOB : 

Oxford Bcjildino, 186 Middle St. 
PORTLAND, ME. 



F. A. SMITH & CO., 



and Manufacturers of 
Maurice Baker & Co.^s Pure Extracts. 

X26, xa8, 130 & 133 Commercial St., 

PORTLAND, ME. 



W. S. 
Ship St 



JORDAN & CO., 
Dealers in 

P>RE8, Ship Chandlery 
I8HERMEN 8 OuTFIT8. 

Importers of Havana Cigai-s. 
1!99 Cotnmereiai 8t, 

Opp. Custom House, Portland, Me. 
Fritz H. Jordan. Winthrop Jordan. 



Burnham & Morrill, 

Manufacturers 
and Wholesale Dealers in 

^mnjID; aooos. 

No, IS JFranhHn Street, 
PORTLAND, ME. 



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Oreenleaf Chas. B., 211 Spring. 

Ouenthner E. K., 107 Exchange. 

GUPPY C. H. & CO., 463 Congress. 
Wholesale and Retail Drue^sts. 

Hamel J. H.. under U. S. Hotel. 

HAMMOND J. H., comer Free 
and Center. 

HAY H. H. & SON, juneUon Mid- 
dle and Free, Trusses, Shoulder 

; Braces, Crutches, &o. (see advt. 
opn. page 328). 

HBSELTINE D. W. & CO., comer 
Congress and Myrtle. Pure drugs 
and the compounding of prescrip- 
tions a specialty. 

Holland F. F., 808 Congress. 

Hurlburt Bros., 1120 Congress. 

Keefe John D. & Co., 13 Temple. 

Merrill Geo. W., 271 Middle. 

MURPHY BROS., 241A Congress. 
Mnfrs. of Murphv^s Cough Bal« 
sam and root and nerb bikers. 

Nichols N. G., 787 Congress. 

Parker W. G., 212 Danforth. 

Peoples Drug Store, 89 Middle. 

8CHLOTTERBECK ft FOSS,501 
Congress. Mnfrs. of Foss's Pure 
Flavoring Extracts. Props, of 
Schlotterbeck's Pharmaceutical 

. Preparations. 

Shaw C. L., 269 Congress. 

Shaw B. F., Janctkm York and 
. Pleasant. 

Simmons fc Hammond, 575 Cong. 

Smith A. W., 107 Portland. 

Stevens E. W., 65 Portland. 

Stevens T. J., Congress, cor. North. 

Stimson H. L., 57 Middle. 

Stone W. F., 90 Middle. 

Totten J. B., 68 Oxford. 

Turner F. A., 221 Congress. 

WAY C. & CO., CumberUnd, cor. 
Myrtle. Newell's Mixture for 
the Relief of Rheumatism and 
Neuralgia. 

WhippleW. W. & Co., 21 Monu- 
ment square. 

WILLIAMSON JOHN, 698 Con- 
•gress, June. Free. 

Wood Otis E., 47 India. 

Young George M., 17 Monument sq. 



COOK, EVERETT & PENNELL, 

134, 136 and 138 Middle. 
HAY H. H. & SON, junc. Middle 

& Free (see advt. opp. page 328). 
PERKINS JOHN W. k CO., 94 

and 96 Commercial. 



STANWOOD B. L. & CO., »1 

Federal. 
WHIPPLE W. W. & CO., 20 and 

21 Monument square. 

'Dvj C^oila, CoiiiHiijMi«n* 

Libby H. J. ft Co., 57 Exchange, c. 
Middle. 

tail. 

Bean C3rm8 B., 549 Congress. 
Butler A. B., 247 Middle. 
Churchill Jos. L., 62 St. Lawrence. 
Dyer J. M. ft Co., 511 Congress. 
Eastman Bros, ft Bancroft, 492 and 

494 Congress. 
Graham William, 546 Congress. 
Honisted T. Frank, 461 Congress. 
LARRABEE M. G., 246 Middle, 

Junction Free. Silks and dress 

goods a Specialty. 
LIBBY J. R, 488 and 490 CongreM 

(see advt. opp. page 337). 
Little X. John & Co., 516 Congress. 
Marrett E. A. ft Co., 8 ft 5 Temple. 
Millett, Evans & Co., 517 Congress. 
Murdoch E. F., 101 Congress. 
Owen E. M. ft Co., 588 Congress. 
OWEN, MOORE ft CO., 505 ft 50T 

Congress (see advt. opp. p. 387). 
'Rines Bros., 629 to 535 tfongress. 
Shine Solomon, 498 Congress. 

]>rf aad Faacj Ck—dmy 
IVholeaale. 

BOLSTER, SNOW & CO., 144 
Middle. Gents' furnishings a 
specialty (see advt. opp. page 336). 

Milliken, Cousens & Short, 164 and 
166 Middle. 

LITTLE A. ft CO.. 286 ft 288 Middle. 

]>uck nVanvf acturem. 

Westbrook Manufacturing Co., 
Wm. R Wood, agent, office IQ 
Central wharf. 

FOSTER A. ft SON, 18 Preble. 

Tailors' pressmen employed. 
Simonds F., 81 India. 

Kartheni^rare fflanfrs. 

PORTLAND POTTERY WORKS, 
E. Swasey ft Co., Portland (see 
advt. opp. page 828). 



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Brnting Bloiises. 

(See Oyster and Lunch Rooms.) 

Aggus J. L., 413 Commercial. 

Bates E. N., 499 Commercial. 

Black Samuel, 244 Fore. 

Calkins Annie, 2 Franklin wharf. 

Conwav E. F., 461 Commercial. 

CRYStALSPA, L.J. Perkins & 
Son, props., 489 Congress. 

Danforth M. V., 26 Temple. 

Delovy Mary, 467 Commercial. 

Finch K. Mrs.. 88 Middle. 

Gammon S. H. jr., 13 Market. 

GIBBS J. L., 10 Moulton. Ladies' 
and gents' dining room. 

Gill Wm. L.L., 16 Moulton. 

Grewer Wm., 508 Congress. 

Harlow & Littlefleld, i^ib Congress. 

Haskell A. G., 80 Free. 

HAY GEORGE S.. 188 Federal. 
Meals served at all hours. 

Hermandez J., 125 Commercial. 

Higgins M., 124 Middle. 

HOME RESTAURANT, 153 Fed- 
eral, W. A. Love, prop. 

Home A. J., 998 Congress. 

Jellison F. A., 943 Congress. 

JOHNSON STEPHEN, 48 Ex- 
change. Meals served at all hours. 

Keegan Peter, 455 Commercial. 

Lamb A. T., 1 Custom House wharf. 

LaRose H. E., G. T. R. Depot. 

Mitchell J., 78 Exchange. 

Molhem M. J., 28 Clark. 

Mnller F. J., 63 Commercial. 

Murphy Mary, 169 Federal. 

Kiles John, 443 Commercial. 

O'Hara J. N., 73 Commercial. 

Percy T. B., 141 Commercial. 

Peterson N. Mrs., 30 India. 

Preston E. D. Mrs., 106 Middle. 

RICH'S EATING HOUSE, 78 
Union. Prices low. 

Robinson G. D., 657 Congress. 

RUBY W. W., 121 Exchange. La- 
dies' & Gents' Dining Rooms. 

SAFFORD JAS. M., 25 Temple, 
restaurant and dining-hall. 

Scamman J. D., 282 Federal. 

Shaw S. A., 52 Market. 

Snow E. £.^04 Exchange. 

Sullivan J. W. & Co., Ill Center. 

Tobey Daniel, 55 Commercial. 

Toomey M., 71 Commercial. 

TRACY S., 196 Federal. 

Waite R. H., 215 Federal. 

WELCH A. F., 21, 28 and 26 Pearl 
(see advt. opp. page 336). 

White J. W., 441 Commercial. 



Woodbury G. E. & Son, Union Sta- 
tion. 

BdfKe Tool Maker. 

Floyd Gardner, 460 Fore. 

Electric liighta. 

BELKNAP MOTOR CO., 24 Plum. 
Combined Water Motor and Dy- 
namo. 
CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC 
LIGHT CO. OF MAINE, Frank- 
lin J. Rollins, pres.; James 
English treas.; Clarence Hale, 
attorney. Office and lighting sta- 
tion, 12 to 20 Plum. 
The Giant Electric Motor Co., 476 
Fore. 

Electric liight aMd Power* 

EASTERN ELECTRIC CON- 
STRUCTION CO., F. A. Saw- 
yer, pres., Galen C. Moses, treas., 
98 Exchange. 

Electric Motors and l^yna- 

mos (Mnfrii). 
BELKNAP MOTOR CO., 24 Plum. 

Electrical Bfipplies. 

B. G. Electric Supply Co. (manu- 
facturers), 401 Fore. 

Clark W. C., 17 Free. 

CLEVELAND & MARSTON, 84 
Exchange. 

Electric, Silrer and Toltaic« 
Battery Belts, &c. 

BURNHAM B. H., 45 Exchange. 
Successful in ninety-five out of 
one hundred cases. 

Elocution and Tocal fflusic. 

HA WES A. N. MRS., Oakdale, 
Portland P. O. Care H. F. Libby, 
Clerk of Courts office. City Bldg. 
(see advt. back of book). 

Electrotypers. 

MAINE ELECTROTYPE FOUN- 
DRY, 105 Middle (see advt. back 
of book). 

Emery IViieels. 

CHASE & SON & CO., 236 Federal 
(see advt. page 2 front of book). 

SCANLON&CO., 98 Preble (see 
advt. opp. page 337). 



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Merrill Thomas B., 49 Com'l. 

Mngimeermf JHechanical aMd 
BIydraalic. 

CHASE & SON & CO., 286 Federal 

(see advt. page 2 front of book). 
JONES & HnDCHINGS, 470 Fore. 

Bnsineera' 8appli«s« 

BARBOUR J. & E. R.. 8 & 10 Exo. 
Blake W. L. & Co., 109 Commercial. 
Crerrish J. J. & Co., 41 Commercial. 
QUINN & CO., 49 Commercial (see 

advt. front of book). 
SCANLON & CO., 98 Preble (see 

advt. opp. page 337). 

KM|praT«rs* 

Steel. 

BENNBHTT H. B. (seal), 401 Fore 
(see adyt. opp. page 321). 

Hall R. G., 214 Federal. 

LOWELL ABNER W., 513 Con- 
gress. Wedding and yisiting 
cards (see advt. opp. page 329). 

Steel and Wood, 

BENNETT HENRY B.,401 
Fore Cats of buildings, ma- 
chiner7» portraits, landscapes, 
autographs, monograms, color la- 
bels, bill and letter heads, busi- 
ness cards, etc. (see advt. opp. 
pa«e 321). 

LAKESIDE PRESS, 117 and 119 
Middle. 

KxprewMs. 

Adams, 44 Plum, with Am. Ex. Co. 
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., 44 

Plum, H. S. Osgood, supt. 
Anderson's, 262 ^fiddle. 
Brooks', 420 Congress. 
Canadian, 82 Exchange. 
Chipman's, 190 Federal. 
Ferry Village, Custom House whf. 
Field's, U. S. Hotel. 
Gould's, 262 Middle. 
GraiBim's, 262 Middle. 
Hanson's, 190 Federal. 
Hodgdon & Co., 198 Federal. 
Jellison's, 262 Middle. 
Kingsley's, 84 Union. 
Leimton's. 190 Federal. 
Libby's, 190 Federal. 
Littlefi^d's, 262 Middle. 



Mayberry's, 262 Middle. 

Merchants, 108 Exchange. 

NEW ENGLAND DESPATCH 

CO., 84 Union, Jos. H. Stickney, 

agent. 
New York & Portland, 70 Sxo'ge. 
Norton's, U. S. Hotel. 
Ontario, 75 Union. 
Patrick's, 190 Federal. 
Pattee's, 262 Middle. 
Porter's, 84 Union. 
Prince's, 103 Exchange. 
Small's, 262 Middle. 
Swett & Co.'s, 420 Congress. 
Tarbox's, 84 Union. 
Walker's, 84 Union. 
Yates', 262 Middle. 

BxteMsi«M Tables* 

HiU N. T., F. H. Widber, agent, U 
and 18 Union. 

E!xtntct«9 Kmmmc«S9 Jce.y 
JIIaMafactarers. 

JEWELL M. A. & CO., 444 and 

448 Fore. 
MAURICE, BAKER & CO., 126 

to 132 Commercial (see adTt. opp. 

nI^NS H. H. & CO., 898 Fore. 
(see advt. opp. page 311). 

RICKER H. H. 9p CO., 896 Fore. 
Extracts, Medicines and Essences ; 
Cigars & Pipes, specialties. Agts. 
POLAND MINERAL WATER 
and Radam's MICROBE KIL- 
LER. 

SCHLOTTERBECK & FOSS, 501 
Congress. Mnf rs. of Foss's Pur© 
Flavoring Extracts. 

THE TWITCHELL-CHAMPLIN 
CO., head Merrill's wharf. 

Wood N. & Son, 428 Fore. 

Fancy Goods. 

(See Dry and Fancy Goods; also, 

MUlinery). 
Allen J. Mrs., 28 Monroe. 
Blake C. H., 211 Brackett. 
Cox F. J., 9 Lafeyette. 
Fickett E. F. & Co, 66 St. Lawrence. 
Fitzgerald J. H., 686 Congress. 
Ginsberg B. (peddlers supplies), 

88% mddle. 
Gtouia L. A., 499 Congress. 
HADLOCK C. W., 267 Congress. 

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Fancy O^^ds^ con tinned. 

Hodfldon A. M. Mrs., 92 Portland. 
Ingraham £. K. & Co., 270 Middle. 
lAnagan £. & M. K., 85 Oxford. 
Leighton J. C, 239 Congress. 
LeGrow C. M., 892 Congress. 
Merrill E. S., 467 Congress. 
Moorgof8ki A., 71 Middle. 
Noble K. Miss* 166 Spring. 
OWEN, MOORE & CO., 505 and 

507 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 887). 
Plummer w. E., 497 Congress. 
Porter C. H. Mrs.. 287 Danforth. 
Usher Wm. H., 520 Congress. 

Fancy ^••ilsy Uriioleaale. 

(See Dry and Fancy Goods.) 

CHENBRY & CO., 241 Middle. 
, Laces and Small Wares. 

MERRILL, THOMES & CO., 88 
Cross. Fancy goods and small 
wares. 

OWEN, MOORE & CO., 506 and 
507 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 887). 

Pitcher W. O., 169 Newbury. 

RAND JOHN F., 160 and 152 Mid- 
dle. 

Fancy Oreceries. 

NEVENS H. H. & CO., 398 Fore 

(sep advt. opp. page 341). 
JEWELL M. A. &CO.,444 and 448 

Fore. 

Fancy Saddlery. 

Leighton Manufacturing Co., 268^/4 
AGddle. 

Farinaceous Pr«dnct8« 

NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Ox- 
ford building, 185 Middle (see 
advt. opp. page 341). 

Feather Bed RenoTnter*. 

FOSTER A. & SON, 18 Preble. 
UNION BEDDING CO., 18 Free. 

Fertilisers. 

(See Agricultural Implements and 

Warehouses.) 
CUMBERLAND BONE CO., 2% 

Union wharf. 
KNIGHT J. H» 2Va Union wharf. 

Agent for Buf&lo Fertillster Co. 
Maine Bone Co., 180 Middle. 



File €nttin«. 

ThomhiU Robert, 69 Preble. 

Fire Alarm. 

MAINE AUXILIARY FIRB 
ALARM CO., First National 
Bank building, 67 Exchange. 

Fish Commission. 

NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Ox- 
ford building, 186 Middle (see 
advt. opp. page 841) 

Fish Curers. 

Lone Whf . Fish Co., 10 Long whf. 
Sterling A. G., House Island. 
Trefethen C. & H., House Island. 
Willard E. G., 24 Com'l wharf. 

Fish markets. 

Atwood K. D., 4 Custom House whf. 
Dixon C. A., agt. 5 Silver Street 

Market. 
Doughty J. F., 223 Cumberland. 
Flaherty T. A., 226 York. 
Lang Sewall, 198 Brackett. 
Lombard C. H. & F.W.,100Port'd. 
Lombard C. W. k Co., 590 Cong. 
Long Whf. Fish Co., 10 Long whf. 
Loveitt John & Co., 528 Congress. 
McDonald Jas. H., 158 Commer*!. 
McDonald M., 50 Washington. 
Morse & Haiilon, Portland bridge. 
Mortensen M. C, 48 OxSord. 
Pierce Bros., 84 Commercial. 
Sargent Henry, 20 and 28 Commer> 

cial wharf. 
Swett A. E., 110 Congress. 
Studley W. T., 26 Commercial whf. 
TREFETHEN J. W., end Oommer- 

oial wharf (see advt. opp. p. 324). 

Fish Packers Sb Inspectors. 

Femald D. L. & Co, end Union whf. 
Loveitt John & Co., end Com'l whf. 
Smith A. M., Custom-house whf. 
Webb & Sheppard, C. H. wharf. 
Willard E. G., 24 Commercial whf. 

Fish) Smoked. 

Bell J. C. & Co., Cove. 
Long Wliarf Fish Co., 10 Long wf. 
Mortensen M. C, foot Boyd. 
Thomas McE wan Co., oflioe end of 

Commercial wharf. 
Wyer D. & Co., 226 Franklin. 



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Randall & McAllister, 



"By Oa.rg-0 and. Oarload. 

Philadelphia and Beading Coal & Iron Cos.' Coals, Hard and 
Free (shipped from Philadelphia and Kew York). 

JLa^ENT^ for TklAUSE for the 

Georges Creek Cumberland Coal, Potomac Mine (shipped from 



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ITa^o^emi^itiminousCoal (shipped from Norfolk, Va. 



OflBces: 76 Oommercial and 70 Exchange Streets. 
PORTLAND, ME. 



BRADLEY & SMALL, 

GAHBIAGE * EEPOSITOKY. 

Nos. 33 & 35 Preble Street, 
POBTIiAND, ME. 

Fine Carriages and Blelgha in all the leading styles. Harnesses, Blankets, 
Robes, Whips, and all other fittings for Carriage, Horse and Stable use. 
Agents for J. R. Hill & Co.'s Celebrated Concord lutrnesses. 

P. H. Bradley. Geo. A. Smaxl. 



Telephone 779, 

ALEXANDER & SIMPSON, 

AGENTS FOR THE BARNARD SYSTEM OF 

Heating by Direct or Exhaust Steam 

steam Heating 'nv TTlld^TllT/^ Hot Water 
by Gravity, JT JL U JD. JSXJM IT Heating, 

Automatic Sprinkling) 

JFor 8TOBB8 I'AOTOBISS or nWSLLINGS. 

43 St 46 Union Street , ■ Portland, Maine. ^ 

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White Lead, /. Fine Colors, 

Liquid Paints. 

MANDFACTOBERS, 

106-112 Commercial St., - PORTLAND, ME. 



Orcheatra 

Musical 

Instruments 

of erery 

description. 

Trimmings 

for eyery kind 

of instrmnent. 

43 1 Congress 8t, 
Strings a specialty. 



and , Brass 

Wm. E. 



Band 



Music. 

Sheet MnsiOy 

Music Books, 

Music Rolls, 

Music Paper 

and Folios. 
Farrington Btoeh, POBTLANn, MB, 

Orders by mail promptly attended to. 



Chondlerj 

Music Dealer, 



Brass Instruments For Sale and To Let. 



Blackstone ft Smith, 

lasons, Contractors & Builders. 

Special attention given to all work 

intrusted to our care. 

Office, Oxford Bldg., 185 Middle St., 

PORTLASD, MB. 

Albion Blackstone, Qeo. Smith, 

Members of Builders* Exchange. 



Herbert Q. Briggs, 

Attorney & Coonsellor-at-Law, 

Solicitor of 

AmerlcftH k Foreign Patents, 

Jose Building, 98 Exchange St., 

Portland f Me, 



Berlin Mills Co.. 

Manufacturers 
and Wholesale Dealers in 

Clapboards, Shingles, 

Laths and Pickets, 

Also Spruee Ground Wood Pulp, 

Office, Berlin Mills Wharf, 
PORTLAND, - MAINE. 



A. M. Wentworth. 
PRACTICAL OPTICIAN. 

Complicated defects of Yision 

a specialty. 

648 1-2 Congress Street, 

PORTLAND, MB. 

Hours : 8.90 to 12 M. 1.80 to 5.80 p.m. 



Elgin C. Verrill, 

Counsellor - at - Law, 

and Solicitor of 

Amerloan ft Foreign Pttents, 

4SH BxchMge St, POBTLAND, MB. 



Rumery, Birnie ft Co., 

Commission Dealers in Pine, Spruce 
and Hardwood ClMboaris, Shingles, 
LUMBKR, UthS, Ac.. Ac Dimen- 
sions Sawed to Order. Offiob, Nos. 
458 to 4B2 CoMMBBOiAL St., state 
Street Wharf, Portland, Me, 

J. Rumery. D. Birnie. 



-»*ONITEP * STATES * HOTEL «- 

Foss A O' Connor i Proprietors m 

New Management. First-Class. Newly Furnished and RenoTated. 

Steam Elevator, Electric Bells, &c. 

Monument Sq., Congress, Federal and Elm Sts., 

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Fish, irh«lerale. 

DANA & CO., 188 to 192 Commer- 
cial. Dry, Smoked aud Pickled 
»: Fish. 

Xonff Whf. Fish Co., 10 Lonff whf. 

Sterling A. G., House Island. 

Trefetben C. & H., House Island. 

TREFETHEN GEO. & CO., 6 Com- 
mercial wharf, Dry, Smoked, and 
Pickled Fish. 

TREFETHEN J. W.,end Commer- 
cial wharf (see adyt. opp. p. 324). 

THE TWITCHELL-CHAMPLIN 
CO., head Merrill's wharf. 

Webb & Sheppard, C. H. wharf. 

Willard B. G.. 24 Commercial whf. 

Willard John, end Custom Hoose 
wharf. 

Fish, irh«leMile, Fresh. 

Atwood K. D^ 4 Custom House wf 

Long Wharf Fiah Co., 10 Long wf . 

LoveittJohn & Co.,endCom'lwhf. 

Pierce Bros., 84 Commercial. 

Sargent Henry, 20 and 23 Commer- 
cial wharf. 

Sterling A. G. fr Co., 16 Com*l wf. 

Studley W. T., 26 Commercial whf. 

TREFETHEN J. W., end Com'l 
wharf (see advt. opp. page 324). 

Willard John, end Custom House 
wharf. 

Wyer I. T., end Custom-house whf. 

FishenneB's Ontllts. 

Bain C. H., 119 Commercial. 
Cushing & McKenney, 18 Commer^ 

JORDAN W. S. & CO., 102 Com'l 
(see advt. opp. page 341). 

Sargent, Lord & SkiUin, 10 and 12 
Commercial wharf. 

Fishins Tackle. 

Bailey G. L., 263 Middle. 
Davis T. B., 180 Middle. 
GAGE BROS., cor. Cross and Free 
Csee advt. opp. p. 329). 

Fire and Ten Ceat 8t«re. 

BOSTON BARGAIN STORE, W. 
E. Whipple, prop., 488 Congress 
(fee advt. opp. page 328). 

Flass. 

LEAVITT F. A., 89 Exchange 

(see advt. front of book). 
Herrill J. A. & Co., 503 Congress, 
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Florists. 

Dennett D. C, 570 Congress. 

DIRWANGER ALBERT, greets 
houses, comer North and Mon- 
treal, salesroom 126 Exchange. 

DIRWANGER JOS. A,, 719 Con-" 
:res8. Fresh Cut Flowers, net 
rom the refHgerator, but cmt 
from the plants. 

HARMON B. J. St CO., 648 Con^ 
gress (see advt. opp. page 368). 

KaneThos E., rear 697 Conjrress. 

MORTON W. B. & CO., 616 Cong. 
Branch store at Bar Harbor. 

MORTON WM.. 105 Exchange. 

Viokery James H., 261 Spring. 

FleMTf niillere' Affeate* 

Boothby Y. M., 53 Bramhall. 
Chase W. P., 3 Moulton. 
Minott J. H. & Co., 211 Com'l. 

Flear, ITheleaale. 

Donnell J. B., 79 Commercial. 
MARR & LITTLEFIBLD, 283 
Com'l. Also milt fBed in car lots. 
Varney C. B. fr Co., 113 Com'L 

Flear aad Oraia Reeeirere 
aad Ceaiaiieeiea. 

BROWN & JOSSELYN, 211 Com- 
mercial, sole agents for the cele- 
brated Washburn's "* Superla- 
tive " flour. 

Hunt Geo. A. & Co.. 86 Milk. 

NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Ox- 
ford building, 186 Middle (see 
advt. opp. page 341). 

Flaar, Oraia, aad Feedy 
'vrJhalesale aad retail. 

Thaxter S. W. ft Co., 2 & 8 Gait blk. 
Trefdttten John, 81 Market. 
TRUE S. A. & J. H., 202 Com- 
mercial (see advt. opp. page 341). 
Waldron F. A. & Sou, 6 union whf. 

Flaur, Oreceriee aad Pra^ 
Tisioae^ IVholesale. 

Fletcher & Co., 241 Commercial. 
HARRI&,GAGE & TOLMAN,26i 

to 255 Commercial. 
JORDAN W. 8, ft CO., 102 Com'l 

(see advt. opp. page 841). 
LATHAM W.W. & SON, 83 Com'l. 

melcip;r h. s, & CO., 157, m 

161 and 163 Commercial, and 2, % 
6 and $ Market, 



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Flour, Oroc«ries, etc., 
c«BtiBued. 

MILLIKEN, TOMLINSON CO., 

808 to 309 Commercial (see advt. 

opp. page 841). 

PATRON'S CO-OPERATIVB 

CORPORATION, 209 Commerc'l, 

C. E. Knight, agent (see adyt. 

opp. page 341). 
Simonton & Randall, 219 Com'l. 
Shaw, Hammond & Carney, 269 

Commercial. 
Skillin, Hawkes fr Co., 85 Com*l. 
SMITH F. A. k CO., 126 to 132 

Commeroial. Wholesale dealers 

in Qrooeries and Floor. (See 

adyt. opp. page 341). 
Steadman E. M. & Co , 221 Com'l. 
THOMAS ELIAS & CO., 114 to 120 

Commercial. 
TRUE D. W. k CO.. 217 Commei^ 

cial. Established 1866 (see advt. 

opp. page 341). 
WESTON C. A. & CO., 1, 2 and 3 

Central whf. Wholesale grocers. 

V—t Po'vrer fflLackiMcry. 

SCANLON & CO., 98 Pieble (see 
adrt. opp. page 337.) 

F««B«lers9 BraM* 

Crockett Leonard, 442 Fore. 
KNIGHT BROS., 820 Fore (see 

advt. opp. Dage 868). 
Megquier & Jones, 31 and 38 Pearl. 
PORTLAND CO., 68 Fore (see 

advt. front of book). 

Foandersy lr«M. 

FRYE J. J., office 23 Preble. 

Hawks E. O., 32 Cross. 

PORTLAND CO., 58 Fore (see 
advt. front of book). 

PORTLAND FOUNDRY & MA- 
CHINE WORKS, Daniel T. Kel- 
ley k Sons, props., 40 Cross and 
167 to 177 Kennebec. Also plow 
and mowing machine works. 

PORTLAND STOVE FOUNDRY 
CO., 47 to 56 Kennebec. 

Freight Ijiae. 

Nickel Plate Line, J. H. Pierce, 
agent, 40 Exchange. 

Froit and OonfectiaiMry. 

Aggus J. L., 413 Commercial. 
Beardsworth J. J., 87 India. 
Bennett Edward, 61 Middle. 



BRIGG8 THOMAS, 379 Congress. 

Cameron k Leathe, 266 Middle. 

C^arey T. J., 82 Cumberland. 

Casassa Bros., 649 Congress. 

Chaffin F. W., 562 Congress. 

Chisholm John, 109 Congress. 

Costello Robert, 372 Fore. 

Cunningham L., 251 Fore. 

DaSylva G.. 221 Spring. 

Dodge A. F., 115 Middle. 

Dow Geo. W., 246 Congress. 

Evans N. S. Mrs., 69 Afiddle. 

Gardner Wm., Portland pier. 

Goold W. F., 406 Congress. 

Grant P., Peaks Island. 

Gunderson Chas., 145 Commeroial. 

Hamilton S , 943 Congress. 

Harmon J. P., 31 North. 

Haskell A. H., 74 Exchange. 

Hatch S. F., Custom-house wharf. 

Hodgson Geo. J., 96^^ Portland. 

Hudson George, 571 Congress. 

Jones B. W., 95 Commercial. 

Knight Isaac, 106 Exchange. 

Litchfield G. C, 29 Chestnut. 

Lord I. F., 486 and 566 Congress. 

Marshall C. E. & Co., 510 Congress. 

McMahon P. J., 257 Commercial. 

Merrill A. B., 247 Coi^ress. 

Morton W. E. & Co., 615 Congress. 

Mullen T. D., 91 Adams. 

Muller F. J., 63 Commercial. 

Packard N. A., 888 Congress. 

Perkins L. J. & Son. 489 Congress. 

Ross W. H. k Son, 207 Commercial. 

Sawyer Qeo. E., 815 and 419 Con- 
gress. 

Sawyer J. D., 18 Exchange. 

Stowell C. H., 39 Preble and Peaks 
Island. 

West k Calderwood, 201 Middle. 

Whitehall E. S., 193 Congress. 

Wilson J. L., 16 India. 

Famacesy IflaBafaclarers* 

PORTLAND STOVE FOUNDRY 
CO., 47 to 56 Kennebec. 

Faraishian Ctoads^ CJeata'. 

(See also Clothing.) 
ALLEN k CO., 204 Middle, comer 

Plum (see advt. front of book). 
Chadboum & Kendall, 229 Middle 

and 12 Temple. 
Custis Chas. k Co., 5481^ Congress. 
Farringtou Bros., 542 Congress. 
Fisherli. S. & Co., 179 Middle. 
HASKELL & JONES, Lancaster 

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OWEN, MOORE & CO., 605 and 
607 Congresa (see adyt. opp. page 
837). 

Warren G. L., 275 and 277 Middle. 

FamialRinji €i«ods« CJeMts'. 
Wh«leMtle. 

BOLSTER, SNOW & CO., 144 

Middle (see advt. opp. page 336). 
Ohadboum ft Kendall, 229 Middle 

and 12 Temple. 
UEWIS, HALL & YORK, 121 and 

123 Middle (see advt. opp. p. 336). 
LITTLE A. & CO., 2aer and 288 

Middle. 
MiUiken, Consens & Short, 164Midr 

die. 
OWEN, MOORE & CO., 606 and 

507 Congress (see advt. opp. page 

337). 

VMriiiAhiBK d^oda, liadiea^. 

(See also Fancy Goods.) 

Eastman Bros. & Bancroft, 492 and 
494 Congress. 

OWEN, MOORE ft CO., 605 and 
507 Congress (see advt. opp. page 
337). 

Pantftnro. 

ATKINSON HOUSE FURNISH- 
ING CO., headquarters Portland, 
cor. Pearl and Middle. Branches 
at Biddeford, Aubnm, Norway, 
Gardiner, Rockland, Bangor, 
Waterville, Bath and Old Town 
(see advt. opp. p. 340). 

BEALS TH()MAS P. & CO., 88 
and 85 Market and 220,222 and 
224 Newbnry, mnfrs. of Chamber 
Sets, Spring Beds, &c. (See 
advt. opp page 328). 

COREY WAeSeR CO., 28 Free. 
Famitnre and Drapery (see advt. 
opp. page 337). * 

Crockett & Long, 123 Market. 

DAVIS ROSCOE S. & CO.. 108 
Exchange, cor. Federal. Full line 
ftirnitore, carpets and crockery. 

DEANE & COLOSY, 46 Exchange, 
fact<Hry 49 Union. 

FOSS T. F. & SONS, 111 and 113 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. 328). 

Frazier Wm. B., 205 Federal. 

HOOPER OREN, SON & LEIGH- 
TON, comer Congress and Pearl 
(see advt. opp. p. 324). 

Hoyt L. F. & Co., 119 Market. 

KITTREDGE ft SON, 76 Union 
(lee advt. opp. page 328). 



McDonnell T. H. ft Co., 102 Bxch. 
McGonagle Wm., 41 Free. 
TIBBEOTS FRANK P. ft CO., 4 
and 6 Free (see advt. opp. p. 828). 
Union Bedding Co., 18 Free. 
Warren S., 874 Coi^rees. 
WlBslow W. H. fc Co., 168 Federal, 

Mam{fa4sturer8 only, 
Bucknam C. H., 105 Preble. 
Fantitaroy Sec«Md flaMd* 
Johnson Peter, 45 Free. 

Furs. 

(See Hats, Caps and Furs.) 

Furrier. 

REVOL J. J , 243 Middle. Practi- 
cal Airrier, wh<^esale and retail. 

dalraaised Iron ITarfc. 

(See Roofing.) 
GalranlBera •£ Ir«M • 

THE THOMAS LAUGHLIN CO., 

18 and 20 Center and 184 and 186 

Commercial. 
STANWOOD G. M. & CO.» 261 & 

265 Commerc'l. First-class work 

at short notice. 

Garden B«rder, Taaes, A«* 

PORTLAND CEMENT PIPE tt 
STONE CO., office 294 and 296 
Commeri (see advt. back of book). 

PORTLAND STONE WARE 
COMPANY, Deering .bridge (se« 
advt. trout of book). 

ChM Fixtures and PipiMff. 

(See also Plumbers and Piping.) 
Clark W. C. 17 Free. 
CLEVELAND & 2iIARSTON, 84 

Exchange. 
PIERCE GEO. W., 17 Plum. 

Oilders. 

Knight R. H., 408 Congress. 
Laing Adam M., 518% Congress. 

OluM, OrBamental* 

Farley C. H., 4 Exchange. 
Famham H. F. & Co., K. R. whf. 
WELCH DAVID & CO., 45 Cross. 

Glass Cutters and Engravers. 

Cut, ground, leaded and stained 

glass for doors, churches, public 
uildingg, and ships' cabins. 



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OraiM A; Feed, C«aiiiaiMii«n» 

Cloyes F. H., 11 Exchange. 

Hall a. W., 81 Exchange. 

Jordan A. W., 202i Commercial. 

Hicks M. F., 204 Commercial. 

King F. H., 198 Commercial. 

NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Ox- 
ford building, 185 Middle (see 
seeadvt. opp. page 841). 

Patten H. J., 9 ilbcchange. 

Williams R. & Co., 5 Exchange. 

Grain aad Veed, in. Car 

IjOtS. 

KENSELL ft TABOR, 198 Com- 
mercial. 

PARIS FLOURING Co., 180 Com- 
mercial. 

OraiMy Feed, etc., 1>Fh«le«ale 
and Retail. 

Benson & Dalton, 221 Kennebec. 

Chase Bros., 6 Long wharf. 

LAPPIN J. J. & CO., 12 to 16 
Pearl and 8S3 Fore, Rye, Graham 
and Oatmeal. 

Stevens & Co., 164 Commercial. 

TRUE S. A. & J. H., 202 Com- 
mercial (see advt. opp. page 341). 

Oraaite A Freestone IVark- 
em and Contractors. 

HAWKES BROS., foot Wilmot 

(see advt. opp. page 368). 
MANNIX BROS., foot Hanover 

Dealers in all kinds of granite and 

freestone (see advt. opp. p. 368). 
UNION GRANITE CO., foot Wil- 

mot. 
Wheeler Maurice, 115 Washington. 

Granite Pradncers and 
]>ealers. 

CASCO BAY GRANITE CO., M. 
P. Frank, pres., P. J. Larrabee, 
sec. and treas., office Oxford 
bldg., 185 Middle. Monumental, 
dimension, and stone for other 
purposes promptly furnished. 
Quarry at White's Cove, Casco 
l^y. 

Groceries. 

Milliken W. & Co., 584 Congress. 
Shaw George C, 285 Middle. 
Shaw Geo. C. & Co., 585 and 591 

Congress. 
Whitney £. A., 291 Congress. 



WILSON W. L. & CO., comer Ex« 
change and Federal, wholesale 
and retail. Send for Price List 
(see advt. back of book). 

Groceries and Prarisians* 

Archibald A. F., 284 Danforth. 
Bartlett C. F., 84 Munjoy. 
Bennett E. H., 258 Brackett. 
Berman M., 85 Middle. 
Berry I. H & Co., 88 St. Lawrence. 
Berry W. F., 184 Brackett. 
Billings F. A., 59 Lafayette. 
Billings Geo. 8., 386 Cumberland. 
Bonrke B. T., 251 Spring. 
Bucknam R. F., 121 Commercial. 
Burke P., 19 Adams. 
Buxton F. W., 57 Chestnut. 
Callan T. L., 231 York. 
Carey Ann Mrs., 70 Washington. 
Cavanagh William, 67 Fore. 
Chase F. H., 102 Portland. 
Clary C. Mrs., 79 York. 
Coffey J. F., 65 Newbury. 
Coffin Daniel, 117 Congress. 
Colesworthy J. C, 149 Oxford. 
Conneen D. J., 124 Monument. 
Connellan James, 214 Congress. 
Connellan J. & Bro., 59 Washingt'n. 
Corrin T. E., 108 Preble. 
Cousins C. C. & Co., 92 Congress. 
Coyne John, 65 Pleasant. 
Cronan Jotm, 221 Fore. 
Deering J. W., 576 Congress. 
De Wolfe Jas. & Co., 249 Danforth. 
Dougherty Nellie, 98 Washington. 
Drinkwater Abby Mrs., 16 MerriU. 
Duddy R. A., 244 Danforth. 
Dunn W. S., 91 and 93 Spruce. 
Edwards J. M. & Son, 109 PortPd. 
Farrell Timothy, 122 Washington. 
Fitz John S., 29 Portland. 
Fitts John & Son. 34 Oxford. 
Flaherty Bros., 4 and 6 York. 
Flaherty T. S., 511 Fore. 
Fuller V. B. & Son, 135 Congress. 
Gill P. J., 52 Center. 
Goding C. W. T., 40 St. Lawrence. 
Groves J. H., 2 Merrill. 
Guptill Geo. A. & Co., 70 India. 
HfMxett F. E., 54 Lincoln. 
HanTA. T. & Co., 34 Milk. 
Hawley T. B., 233 Spring. 
Hobart Sylvester, 141 Brackett. 
Hollywood Daniel, 52 Pleasant. 
Hogan Martin H., 77 Washington. 
Hudner James, 9 Adams. 
Hughoy Bros., Long Island. 
Hunt & Yerrill, 94 and 96 Middle. 



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Hunter S. Mrs., 465 Fore. 
Inch A.nnie, 29 Hammond. 
Johnson N.. 25 Sonth. 
Johnson Solomon, 14 Hammond. 
Johnson & Lambert, 24 Wilmot. 
Jose & Harmon, 582 Gonffress. 
King F. H., 7 Portland. 
Lang Andrew, 8 Danf orth. 
Lang C. N., 120 Portland. 
Lswton Winslow, 40 Oxford. 
Leighton Chas. £., 223 York. 
Libby F. H., 322 Portland. 
Littlefleld C. H., 183 Brackett. 
Littlefield & Co., 7 C. H. wharf, 29 

Portland Pier and Peaks Island. 
Lombard C. H. & F. W., 47 Portl'd. 
Lord Geo. H., 272 & 274 Congress. 
LoveUF B.,126 Oxford. 
BfacGowan Geo. E., 107 Oxford. 
Maddox S. A. &Co., 85 Middle. 
Martin A. D., 281 Fore. 
Mc Arthur Wm., corner Gould and 

Washington. 
McCann M. C, 76 Fore. 
McCartney James, 94 Washington. 
McDonald M. & Son, 227 Spring. 
McFadden Thomas, 199 Congress. 
McLanghlin S. W., 243 Oxford. 
McMenamin John, 84 Camberland. 
Melaagh J. L., c. Fore and Center. 
Mercier L. A., 22 North. 
Merrtman Bros.. 58 Free. 
Merryman & Palmer, 659 Cong. 
Mooers & Libby, 66 Portland. 
Morrill Moses, 671 Camberland. 
Morrill & Ross. 671 Congress. 
Morse Melville, Peaks Island. 
Mountfort C. F., 46 St. Lawrence. 
Mullen Chas. Mrd., 287 Fore. 
Mulloney W. T.. 49 Middle. 
Murch A. S., 509 Fore. 
Norton J. F., 177 Oxford. 
O'Connell M. J., 51 and 53 India. 
O'Donnell Jas. Mrs., 17 Danforth. 
O'Neil J. H., 80 Salem. 
O'NeU Patrick, 286 Danforth. 
Owen J. W., 86 Portland. 
Peterson N. Mr«., 28 India. 
Pierces. A., 34 Market. 
Pierce & Dodge, 70 Oxford. 
Preston J. C, 18 Washington. 
Quinn Edward, 144 Washington. 
Quinn John, 168 Washington. 
Quinn Terence, 48 Clark. 
Raffarty A. M., 51 Pleasant. 
Reardon John Mrs^ 88 Adams. 
Rice Jauies L., 1107 Congress. 
Rich Zoeth, Long Islancl. 
Robins S. S. Mrs., 61 Clark. 
Rounds Charles A., 48 Boyd. 



Sanborn W. S., 35 and 87 Pearl. 
Sargent Wm. H., 23 fc 25 Smith. 
Sawyer 8t Dyer, 674 Congress. 
Scanlon M., 13 Washington. 
Sheehan P. J., 183 Congress. 
Skillings & Brewer, Peaks Island. 
Skillingi & Farrington, 994 Cong. 
Small F. L. & Co,, 991 Congress. 
Small & Ricker, 149 Danforth. 
Smith W. T., 907 Congress. 
Stevens ft ElweU, 143 York end 968 

Congress. 
Strout John L., 94 Portland. 
Sulivan fr Osgood, 110 Portland. 
Solkowitch B., 78 Middle. 
Tolman & Co., 144 York. 
Wardwell & ClifTord, 238 Cumb'd. 
Weeks F. N., 823 Congrets. 
Wilson E. E., 88 Oxford. 
Witham F. G., 248 Braokett. 
Woodside Henry, 47 Free. 

Or«cerieii and Pr*Tiei«iMy 
irholesale. 

(See also Flour, Groceries and Pro- 
visions.) 
CON ANT, PATRICK & CO., 229 

and 281 Commercial. 
JEWELL M. A. & CO., 444 and 

448 Fore. 
McLaughlin Chas. & Co., 8 and 10 

Central. 
SHAW, SON ft LOTHROP, 225 

Commercial. 
THE TWITCHELL-CHAMPLIN 

CO., head Merrill's wharf. 

OnaranCee B«m4s. 

Little W. D., 31 Exchange. 
LORING PRENTISS, 31V4 Exch. 
Guarantee Co. of No. America. 

ClnMp«wder. 

(See Guns & Sporting Goods.) 
Oriental Powder Mills, N. M. Per- 
kins & Co., agts., 2 Free-st. blk. 

On as and Sportittf^ Cto«da« 

BAILEY G. L.. 263 Middle, Agent 
for Dupont's Powder Mills and 
Atlas Powder. 

Davis T. B., 180 Middle. 

Goth Frederick. 40 Market. 

CSntters. 

(See Roofing.) 
Oymnasiam. 

Portland Turnverein, 498V^ Cong. 



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Hair Uroasers. 

Abbott M., 229 Sprinsf. 

Adanis W. H.^^, 410 Congress. 



nd. 



aotel. 
cial. 

Croolc'ArM'TmJn*" Preble House. 
Day J. F., 276 Conereas. 
DeCosta J. H., 49 Center. 
Dulitzky S., 180 Middle. 
Donovan Bros., 467l^ Fore, and 81 

Middle. 
DaBois Hector, 941 Congress. 
Dyer Milton, 81 India. 
Eastman Bros., 365 Fore. 
Ferrier H. J., 9 Washington. 
Foster A. W., 62 Oxford. 
HaleyH. N., 217 Federal. 
Hamilton D. A. City Hotel. 
Haskell C E., 381^ Congress. 
Hearn A., 447 Commercial. 
Hovey J. M., 27 Monument square. 
Hatchings D. C, 306 Fore. 
Legault J . D., 89 India. 
Marr J. F., 2 India. 
Mayo Henry, 12 Monument square. 
Meller Ovide, 39 Middle. 
Merrill E. S., 9 Portland. 
Morrill & Smith, 27 Temple. 
Moxcey J. C, 493^ Congress. 
Murphy A., II Free. 
Murphy R. H., Perry's Hotel. 
Murray John T., 95 Center. 
Newton H. P.. 129 Pearl. 
O'Neil C, 61 Free. 
Orr C. I., 376 Fore. 
Percy W. J., 669% Congress. 
Pike J. B., Falmouth Hotel, and 81 

Union. 
Powers J. B., 518 1-2 Congress. 
Robinson J. C, Eagle Hotel. 
Rodick & Jackson, SOeVa Congress. 
Rollins F. E., 3 Myrtle. 
Scully M. A., 404 Congress. 
Scully T. H., 223 Congress. 
Bewail W. W., 116 Congress. 
Sherry John F., 457 Congress. 
Small John M., 3S8 Fore. 
Smith J. P., U. S. Hotel. 
Strange J. H., 289 St. John. 
Sylvester A. J., 200 Congress. 
Tanner W. H., 236 York. 



Taylor F., 66614 Congress. 
TODD JOHN M. & CO., 176^ Mid- 
dle. EstabUshed Oct. 10, 1845. 
Welch J. P., 72 Exchange. 
Wells G. W.. 16 Pearl. 
Whalen L. V., 346 Fore. 

. Hair Goods. 

Curlin C. J., 638a Congress. 
LOVERING F. M., 518 Congress, 

Ladies' hairdressing parlors. 

Mnfr., wholesale and retsul dealr 

er. Send for catalogue. 
Sherry John F., 457 Congress. 
Waterhouse L. A. Mrs., 645 Cong. 

Hardware and Implemoats* 

(See also Iron and Steel.) 
Edwards & Walker, 274 Middle. 
Emery, Waterhouse & Co., 143 and 

145 Middle. 
KING & DEXTER, 269 Middle and 

242 Federal. 
Merrill T. L. & Co., 9 Monument sq. 
Perkins N. M. & Co., 2 Free-st. blk. 
Smith, Tibbetts & Co., 181 Middle. 

Hardware, Saddlery. 

BAILEY JAS. & CO., 264 Middle. 
Harness leather and trimmings, 
and horse clotbing. 

DUNBAR J. B., 27 Preble. Har- 
ness makers' supplies (see advt. 
opp. page 836). 

Harnessen. 

BAILEY F. O. & CO., 30 to 34 
Plum. Wholesale and retail. 

BOND J. F., 34 Free. 

Brown E. E., 15 Silverand 39 Pearl. 

Chandler J. W., 1231/2 Commerciia. 

Child A. W., 194 Federal. 

Dunn E. H., 212 Federal. 

Hennessy Wm. & Co., 113 Center. 

JORDAN J. & B., 491 Congress. 

Kimball G. L., 116 Market. 

tow Isaac M., 57 Preble. 

McAleney W. & Son, 26 Preble. 

McGlauflin J. G., 61 Preble. 

Richards C. G., 266A Middle. 

Sheehan T. B., 18 Preble. 

WALKER C. J. & CO., 157 to 161 
Middle (see advt. opp. page 337). 

Hats, Caps, and Furs. 

Coe Alfred H., 197 Middle. 
Fisher M. S. & Co., 179 Middle. 



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GREENOUGH BYRON & CO.. 284 

Middle (see advt. opp. page 841). 
Hayes J. G. & Co., 7 Monument sq. 
Hogan Bros., 225 Middle. 
Merry A. L., 287 Middle. 
Perry C. A., 246 Middle. 
Schwarz D. W.. 257 Middle. 
BOMERS THE HATTER, 258 Md- 

die, mutr. of )*ilk and stiff hats. 
SOMERS ROBT. F. & CO., 282 

Middle. MannfiM^urers of Silk 

and Stiff Hats. 
Somers Bros., 459 Congreas. 

Hats, Silky ]fIaMafact«r«i« 
and ^Dealers. 

SOMERS THE HATTER, 258 Mid- 
dle, mnfr. of silk and stiff hats. 
Somers Robt F. & Co., 232 Middle. 

WLntm, fiFooly IHaaaf actarers. 

Ayer, Houston & Co.» corner Com- 
mercial and Clark. 

Kay aad Straw, retail. 

Benson & Dalton, 221 Kennebec 
CROCKER K D., 484 Fore. 

Hay and Straw, 'wholesale 
and retail. 

Leighton J. C.. 12 Moulton. 
LAPPIN J. J. & CO., 12 to 16 

Pearl and 383 Fore. 
Pierce Hiram, 8 Moalton. 

Kemeopatkic medicines. 

HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY, 
412 Congress, S. B. Sylyester, 
M.D., proprietor. 

Heney and Almond Cream 
and Specialties. 

HINDS A. S., 72 and 74 Pine. 

Horse and Carriage IHairt. 

BAILEY F. O. & CO., 80 to34 
Plum. 

Horse Ontllts. 

BAILEY F. O. & CO., 30 to 34 
Plum, wholesale and retail mann- 
facturers of horses clothing and 

BRADLEY & SMALL, 33 and 35 
Preble (see advt. opp. pa^ 344). 



THOMPSON ZBNAS & BRO., 86 
and 38 Elm. 

Horse Sheers. 

Berry R. G., 70 Pearl. 
Clayton & Smith. 192 Federal. 
Crawford J., 825 Ciuuberland. 
Bbbeson H. L., 221 Kennebee. 
Lennon P. H., 168 Federal. 
Libby A. & Co., 67 Cross. 
MeKusick ft Elliott, 82 Union. 
Morrill E.. 242 Oxford. 
Moses J, F. & COm 26 Plum. 
Sawyer G., 68 Pearl. 
Snell & BunUuun, 89 Preble. 
Steams W. P., 74 PearL 

Hose, Rnhher. 
(See Rubber Goods.) 

Hotels. 

Atlantic House, G. E. Bibber, 187 

Fore. 
CHAP WICK HOUSE, W.F.Robb, 

481 Congress (see advt. front of 

book). 
CHASE HOUSE. W. F. Robb, 

41914 Congress (see ad?t. front of 

book). 
CITY HOTEL, E. C. Sweet, Con- 

greas sq. (se^ advt. opp. page 820). 
Cumberland House, A. M. :^*enoh, 

158 Green. 
DURANT HOUSE, Fred A. Lea»- 

itt, 586 and 588 Congress. 
EAGLE HOUSE, A. £ Pratt, 

Middle, comer India. 
Eastern Steamboat House, Mrs. B. 

Mayo, Railroad wharf. 
FALMOUTH HOTEL, J. K. Mar- 
tin, 214 Middle. 
MERCHANTS EXCHANGE 

HOTEL, Geo. B. Watson, 16 to 

23 Temple. 
Park Hotel, B. C. Gay, 121 Green. 
Perry's Hotel, J. G. Perry, 247 

Federal. 
PRBBLB HOUSE, M. S. Gibson 

Hotel Co., corner Congress and 

Preble (see advt. opp. pace 824). 
ST. JULIAN HOraL.cT Middle 

and Plum, R. W. Underwood, 

proprietor. 
UNITED STATES HOTEL, F0S8 

& O'Conner, managers, Monu. 

ment sq. (see advt. opp. pace 346)' 
WEST END HOTEL, fi.^Swan* 

R. R. Sq., c. Cong, and St. John* 



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ANNUAL RBGI8TBB OF MATNB. 



H«tels9 cavtfiKiied* 

Summer. 
AVENUE HOUSE, M. C. Steriing, 

Feaks Island. 
BAY VIEW HOUSE, J. T. Ster- 
ling, Peaks Island. 
Casco Bay House, €. E. Cushing 

LoBg Island. 
Chapman House, May Chapman, 

Peaks Island. 
Dirlgo House, Joseph Ferrj, Long 

Island. 
Granite Spring Hotel, E. Ponoe, 

Long Island. 
OceanHS House, Mr8.R.T. Sterling, 

Peaks Island. 
OTTAWA HOUSE, Atkinson Co., 

props., B. C. Oibson, manager, 

Cnsmng's Island. 
Peak's Ismnd House, £. A. Sawyer, 

Peaks Island. 
Summer Retreat, Mrs. J. Torring- 

ton, Peaks Island. 
The Waldo, The Waldo Co., Little 

Chebeagne Island. 
UNION HOUSE. Mrs. WUliam T. 

Jones, Peaks Island. 
Valley View House, W. S. Trefeth- 

en, Peaks Island. 

Hot ^Wnter and Steam 
BLeatins* 

(See also Piping.) 
ALEXANDER & SIMPSON, 43 
and 45 Union, agent for the Bar* 
nard System (see advt. opp. page 
344). 
DAVIS F. T., 71 Union. 
PORTLAND HEATER AND RA- 
DIATOR COMPANY, lai to 18§ 
Lincoln. N. E. Redlon, pres. 
Mnfre. of hot water and steam 
boilers, radiators and automatic 
damper regulators (see advt. opp. 
poge360>. 

Hoase and Ship Joiners. 

Lewis & Greeley, 56% Conmiercial. 
Parker Bros., 292 Fore. 

Ice [Dealers* 

BURNHAM & CO.. 78 Cross. 

Wholesale and retail dealers. 
CLARK & CHAPLIN ICE CO., 

802 Commercial. 
Libby & Co., 38 Temple. 



lafant'a and ClRildren's 
Wardrobes, mnfrs. 

OWEN, MOORE & CO., 506 and 
607 Cong, (see advt. opp, p. 337). 



Inner Soles, Mh«e Conntero^ 
BItteLi, etc. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY JAIL 

WORK SHOP, Madison. 
Drew & Whitney, 27 Plum. 
Sanf ord Job T., 56 Union. 



Insnrance Agencies* 

Allen Wm. jr., 2& Exchange 

AUSTIN & LIDBACK (A. M. Aus- 
tin, P. J. Lidback), 93 Exchange. 
Gen. agts. Penn. Mut.Life Ins. Co. 

BRACKETT J. B., Oxford build- 
ing, 185 Middle, general agent 
Washington Life Ins. Co. of New 
York (see advt. opp. page 852). 

CANNELL GEO. 0., agent Trav- 
elers Insnrance Co. First Na- 
tional Bank Building, 57 Exch. 

CHAMPLIN AUGUSTUS. 17 Ex- 
change, resident sec. North Brit- 
ish and Mercantile Insnrance Co. 

Chase, Leavitt & Co., 167 Com*l. 

CHUTE J. F. A ROBERTS L. B., 
478^ Congress. General agta. Prov- 
ident Savings Life Assurance So- 
ciety. 

COFFIN J. H. & CO. (J. H. Cofr 
fin, C. B. Vameyj, 42 Exchange. 
Affentft and Attorneys for 
iEtna Ins. Co., of Hartford. 
Home Ins. Co., of New York. 
German American Ins. Co., of 

New York. 
Ins. Co.. of No. America, P^ila. 
imperial ins. Co^ of London. 
Lancashire Ins. Co., of Manches- 
ter, England. 
And other reliable Companies 
(see advt. opp. page 352). 

DENNIS CHAS. B., State agent 
for Maine, New Hamp«ihire and 
Vermont, Travelers Insurance 
Co., office 120 Tremont St., room 
80, Boston, Mass. 

DEWEY A. G. & CO., 30 Exc. Gen- 
eral Agents i£tna Life Ins. Co. 
(see advt. opp. page 362), 

Dewey Geo. P., 35 Exchange. 

Donahue T. W., 236* Middle. 

DOW JOHN E., 48 Exchange. 
General Insurance Agent. 



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m EQUITABLE LIFE mWUEi SOGIEIY, 

No. 120 Broadway, NEW YORK. 
Has 

For 11 years transacted the Largest Annual New Business (in 

1890, $203,826,107.00). 
For 11 years held the Largest 4 per cent Surplus (December, 

1890, $28,740,447.00). 
For 5 years held the Largest Outstanding Business (December, 

1890; ,$720,062,447.00). 
Which is eighty-three millions larger than any other company 

in the world. 

f. V, rhUlipt, Manao^r, 93 Bmehmnge St., Portimnd, Jr«ln«. 

Easlem Office, Weetem Union Building, Bangor, Me. 



J. H. COFFIN & CO., 

Successon to DOW, COFFIN A LIBBT. 

42 Exchansre St., Portland, Maine, 

FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 

J. H. CoiBn. C. B. Vtrney. 



W. H. ANDERSON. 

Manager for Bfaine of the 

N«w York Life lOSOraoc^Coippaoy 

Assets, over 100,000,000. 

OFFICE : 

First Nfttloaal lAik llig ., cor. BxehftBge «■« MIMIe Bta., F^rtUiii, Me. 



Tbc WasbiOgtoo Life l05- Co. 

OD?^ 2fr:Ei^w YORK:. 

W. A. Brewer Jr., Pres. (Assets, $ 1 0,071,000.) Wm. Haxtnn,V. P. & Sec. 

tf. B. BMACKBTTy €fenH Agent, 
B^om 7 Oxford Building, POBTLANDf MAINE. 



1. «. Dewey A Co., Oea. AgU., 

^tnaLifelDsoranceCo. 

Ne. SO BxekftBge Street, 
PortlMd, Me. 

A.G.Dewey. Geo F. Jnnklns. 

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The Travelers Ins. Co., 

8. Sehwarufgehiid, 

General Manager for Maine and ProT- 
ince of New Brunswick, 

Oaseo BAik Bloek, 191 Mli41e St., 

PORTLAND, ME. 

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.... Insure a^inst accidents in your .... 

HOMB COMPANY. 

Jhe ^aine ^litlial /Iccidept /l33ociatioi) 

OF PORTLAND, MAINB. 
Examine our plan and you will find that we 

Pay More Benefits -^JES 

than any other Company doing business in the 
S&te, without increasing the cost 

All Just Claims Paid Promptly and in Pull. 

IST'Siiice our organisation we hare annually paid a claim to more than 
one in six of all tlie members insured with ns. Not a single Just claim has 
over been presented to this Association bat what it has been aUowed and paid. 

JPbr OirouiarB and other Infortnationf address 

C. H. BOOTBBY, - . Secretaryt 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 



-"THE:- 



Mlitlia) Life Ipiilirapce Copipapy 

BIOHARD A, MeOUJtDTf Free. Assete^ $147,000,000. 

THB LAReBST UFB OOMPANT IN TBI WORLD. 

This Company throofdioat its entire histoxy of forty-six years has paid larger 
dlTidends than any other Company. AUpouciesnncondinonal after two years. 

J. W. FITZPATBICK, Ctoneral Agent for Maine. 
188 Middle Street^ Oviford Building^ Portland, Maine, 



Incorporated 188S* 

Hntaal Life Insurance Company 

V. BICHABD FOSS, - - Oeneral Agent 

16 & J 7 Oxford BuUdinBT, 185 Middle St., 

PORTLAND, ME. 

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353 



DOW & PINKHAM (Sterling Dow, 
H. N. Pinkham), 35 Exchange. 
Agts. Liverp'l & London & Globe. 
Northern Assorance of England. 
Queen Ins. Co. of England. 
Norwich Union of England. 
Phcenix of London. 
Ins. Co. of No. America. 
Niagara Fire of New York. 
New Hampshire. 
Ins. Co. of State of Penn. 
Reliance of Philadelphia. 
Fidelity & Casualty Co. 

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSUR- 
ANCE SOCIETY, 93 Exchange, 
F. F. Phillips, manager, Frank 
B. Fish, easoier (see advt. opp. 
page 352). 

FITZPATRICK JAMES W., Ox- 
ford building, 183 Middle. Gen'l 
agent Mutual Life Ins. Co. of 
New York (see advt. opp. p. 353). 

FOSS V. RICHARD, Oxford build- 
ing, 186 Middle. General Agent 
NEW ENGLAND Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. (see advt. opp. 
page 863). 

Freeman Ebenezer, 11 Exchange. 

HARFORD JA8. H., 1« Monument 
so., Fire and Marine Insurance. 

HiOiMON HERBERT A., room 
1, First National Bank building, 
67 Exchange. General Insurance 
Agent. 

JORDAN ALVIN B.,room 1 First 
NatU Bank building. 57 Exch. 
Gen*l agt. Fidelity Mutual Life 
Association. 

Little W. D., agent American Sure- 
ty Co. of New York, 31 Exchange. 

LORING PRENTISS, 31% Ex- 
change. 

MAINE MUTUAL ACCIDENT 
ASSOCIATION. C. H. Boothby, 
Sec. and Gen'l Manager, 98 Ex- 
change (see advt. opp. page 853). 

McAlpine S. H., 191 Middle. 

Mercer Peter, 185 Middle. 

MERRY & GOODING, Oxford 
building, 185 Middle, gen'l agents 
Northwestern Mut. Life Ins. Co. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., 
57 Exchange. 

MORSE & GTJPTILL(F. H. Morse, 
E. W. Guptill), 9 Exchange. 

Munger J. W., 60 Exchange. 

MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INS. 
CO., Aug. H. Ford and C. F. 
Dunlap, agents for Maine. 28 
Exchange. 



NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE 
CO., W. H. Anderson, Manager 
for Maine, First National Bank 
building, cor. Exchange and Mid- 
dle (see advt. 6pp. page 352). 

NICKERSON PEWRB., successor 
to J. Nickerson & Son, 2(^8 Com'l. 

Ocean Insurance Co., 17 Exchange. 

Paine B. H. & Co., 386 Congress. 

PALMER, ANDERSON & Co., 29 
Exch. General Insurance Agts. 

Rand Nathaniel, 408 Fore. 

ROLLINS & ADAMS, 22 Exch'g©. 
Fire Underwriters, and Adjusters 
of Fire Losses. 

Shaw Renj., 51 1-2 Exchange. 

SPARR(5W WARREN & CO., 
60 Exchange, Fire and Marine 
Underwriters. 

STEVENS J. PUTNAM, 40 Exc, 
Gen'l Agent Mass. Mutual Life 
Insurance Co. 

THE TRAVELLERS INS. CO., S. 
Schwarzschikl gen'l mngr., Casco 
Bank block, 191 Middle (see advt. 
opp. page 352). 

UNIOIS MUTUAL LIFE INSU- 
RANCE CO., 396 Congress (see 
advt. front of book). 

Webster J. H., 67 Exchange. 

WOODBURY C. A., SliAJExch'ge. 

Insnrance Brokers. 

GARDNER N. S. & CO., Oxford 
buUding, 185 Middle (see adTt. 
opp. page 829). 

InanraiicC) marine* 

London Lloyds, Geo. H. Starr, agt. 

2% Union wharf. 
Portland Lloyds, C. W. Ford,atty., 

42 Exchange. 
Portland Marine Underwriters, A. 

B. Hall, atty., 17 Exchange. 

lutellivence Oflices* 

LADIES' EMPLOYMENT EX- 
CHANGE, S. E. Underwood & 
Co., managers, G. G. JNaylor, 
lady manager, 885 Congress. 

Palmer N. H. Mrs., 169 Federal. 

InTestment Secarities. 

BROWN JOHN B. & SONS, 218 
Middle (see advt. back of book) 

CHAPMAN BANKING CO., <lx- 
ford building, 187 Middle (see 
advt. back of book). 

Freeman John M., 11 Exchange. 



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AJSmrUAJs BBGISTBB OF MAIIHE. 



contuiaed« 

Gould Geo. F., 85 Exchange. 

PAYSON H. M. & CO., 32 Ex- 
change (see advt. back of book). 

RACKLEFF J AS. L., 31% Exo. 
Atty. for Investment Trust Co. 

BICHARDS FRED E. & CO., 98 
Exch. (see advt. opp. page 333). 

Shurtleff Aretas, Idi Middle. 

Stanwood T. W.. Oxford building, 
185 Middle. 

SWAN & BARRETT, 186 Middle 
(see advt. back of book). 

WOODBURY & MOULTON, 176 
Middle (see advt. back of book.) 

Iron ]IIaia«factarem. 

PORTLAND ROLLING MILL, 
Arthur Sewall, pres., C. R. Mil- 
liken, treas., office 24 Plum (see 
advt. page 230). 

Iron and Steel. 

(See also Hardware.) 
^OREY E. & CO.. 195 & 197 Com'l. 
Carriage Wood- Work and Hard- 
ware also blacksmiths' supplies. 
STEVENS A. E. & CO., 216, 21S, 
and 220 Com'l. Carriage Hard- 
ware. Trimmings, Woodwork and 
Blacksmiths' supines. 

Iron ITork for Bnildinups 
and Bridges. 

STANWOOD G. M. & CO., 261 to 
265 Commercial. 

Iron IVorkins machinery. 

SCANLON & CO., 98 Preble (see 
advt. opp. page 337). 

Island Steamers. 

(See Steamboat Lines, Caaco Bay.) 

Japanese and I^eather 
Goods. 

OWEN, MOORE & CO.. 606 and 
607 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 887). 

JTe'vrelers. 

(See Watches.) 

Jeirelers' Cases and Tray 
manufacturers. 

MoRONALD BROS., 11 Exchange. 



Jeirelry^ Iflannfaetnrersaiidl 
Repairinn* 

Blocklinger G., 285^ Middle. 
BICHNER RUDOLPH, 602 Con- 
gress. Manfocturingjeweler. 

Junk and Paper Stock.* 

Bennett H. A., 26 Kennebec. 

Brown Bros., 426 Fore. 

CARTER W. E. & CO., 20 to 26 

Portland! pier. 
Doherty John, 131 Green. 
Donovan Wm. A., 10 Cotton. 
Kominsky Isaac, 422 Fore. 
Lunt L. B. & Co., 9 and 10 Union 

wharf. 
Pike S. H. & Co., 42 Union. 
Rand Benj. A., 2 Center. 
Woodman N. A. & Co., 15 Long^ 

wharf. 

Kid Olores. 

(See Dry and Fancy Goods.) 

liabel Printers. 

HALL & HALL, 388 Fore, opp. 
foot of Exchange. 

liast IVIannfactarer. 

HARPER JAMES, 161 and 168 
Kennebec, lasts of every descrip- 
tion. 

Ijanndries. 

BARTLETT E. E. MISS, prop, of 

Gem Laundry, 92 Middle. 
CITY LAUNDRY, M. B. Vail & 

Co., props., 118 Center. 
DIRIGK) XAUNDRY, Miss L. A. 

Manning, proprietress, 123 Pearl. 
EMPIRELAUNDRY, A. E. Nich 

Olson, prop., 118 Middle. 
Eureka Laundry, E. H. Sise, prop., 

16 Temple. 
Foo Charlie & Co., 118 Middle. 
GLOBE STEAM LAUNDRY, 30 

and 32 Temple, T. J. Frothing- 

ham, proprietor. 
I X L liiundry, Hamlin & Drew, 

401 Congress. 
Joseph Frank, 321 Cumberland. 
Kee Sam & Co., 9 Casco. 
Lee On & Co., 83 Middle. 
Lee Quong, 29 Free. 
Lee Sing, 939 Congress. 
Lung H^rp & Co., 442 Congress. 
I Lung Sam & Co., 167 Federal. 



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355 



Lniiff Sam Siiig» 45 Gre^i. 

Lang Sam Wah, 406 Congress. 

Lung Yick, 248 Spring. 

Mikado Laandry, 5 Myrtle. 

Pearl Laundry, 32 India. 

PEOPLE'S STEAM LAUNDRY, 
60 and 52 Free, Thomas & Jordan, 
proprietors. 

Portland Steam Packet Co., Brad- 
bury's court. 

Sam & Co., 588 Congress. 

Sing Hop, 219 Yoric. 

TTNIVERSAL STEAM L A U N- 
DRY, R. D. Libby, proprietor, 
217iConffre88 and 107 Middle. 

^est End Laundry, 252 Brackets 

Ying Charlie, 63 Portland. 



Allan Geo. H., 96 Exchange. 

Anthoine W. R., 48 1-2 Exchange. 

BIRD GEORGE E., Portland Say- 
lug bank block, 85 Exchange. 

Boothby C. H., 98 Exchange. 

BRADBURY A.W., Mussey block, 
225% Middle. 

Bradley W. M., 48* Exchange. 

BRIGGS H. G., 98 Exchange (see 
advt. opp. page 846). 

Card John H., 180 Middle. 

Carleton S. L., 180 Middle. 

CHAPMAN WILFORD G., Union 
Mutual Life Ins. building, 396 
Congress. 

Chase A. E., 98 Exchange. 

CHASE FREDERICK V., Cen- 
tennial block. 93 Exchange. 

Chase Josiah, 80 Exchange. 

CLEAVES NATHAN & HENRY 
B. (Nathan Cleayes, Henry B. 
Cleayes, Stephen C. Perry). 80 
Exchange (see adyt. opp. Court 
Directory). 

Clifford C. E., 52 Exchange. 

CLIFFORD WILLIAM HENRY, 
42^4 Exchange. 

COBB JOHN C. & F. H., 31^ Ex- 
change (see advt. opp. Court Di- 
. rectory). 

Cook Chas. S., 67 Exchange. 

COOMBS & NEAL (Ardon W. 
Coombs, William K. Neal), 85 
Exchange (see advt. opp. Court 
directory). 

Deering Henry, 89 Exchange. 

DENNETT L. B., 88% Exchange. 
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law. 

Dow Fred. N., 12 Monument sq. 



DRUMMOND ft DRUMMOND, 

Union Mutual Life Ins. Building, 
cor. Congress and Elxchange (see 
advt. opp. court directory). 

Drummond D. H., 17 Monumen sq. 

DUNN CHARLES JR.. 52 Exch., 
over Cumberland National Bank 

Dyer Edwin L., 96 Exchange. 

DYER ISAAC W., Po6tH>ffice build- 
ing. 79 Exchange. 

DYER LOUVILLE H., rooms 8 
and 4 Jose bidg., 98 Exchange. 

ELDER ISAAC L., 88% Exchanse. 
Atty. for Legal and Commercuu 
Union Mercantile Agency. 

Emery Geo. F., 458^ Congress. 

Fagan John T., 85 Exchange. 

Floyd M. A.. 106 1-2 Exchange. 

FOGG J. H., Portland Savings 
bank block, 85 Exchange. 

Fox Frederick, 86 Exchange. 

FRANK & LARRABEE TM. P. 
Frank, P. J. Larrabee) Oxford 
building, 185 Middle (see advt. 
opp. Court Directory). 

FREEMAN E. DUDLEY, First 
Nat'l bank bldg., 57 Exchange, 
residence at Yarmouth (see advt. 
opp. Court Directory.) 

FREEMAN EBEN WINTHROP, 
Union Mutual building, 896 Con- 
gress, cor. Exchange. 

Gerrish O. K., 93 Exchange. 

(JOOGINS GEO. E., 98 Exchange, 
(8«e advt. opp. Court Directory). 

Golden W. A., 105% Exchange. 

Gould George F., 86 Exchange. 

HALE CLARENCE, 39 Exchange. 

HARFORD F. H., 81 1 Exchange, 

HILL JOHN HOWARD, Jose 
bldg., rooms 12 and 18, 98 Exch. 

HOLMES GEORGE F.. Canal 
Bank buildine, 188 Middle. 

Hopkins Geo. C., 88^ Exchange. 

Jackson Geo. E. B., Portland Say- 
ings Bank block. 

Keating Thomas F., 88^ Exchange. 

King Elliot, 88% Exchange. 

KNOWLTON H. & W. J., 81% Ex- 
change. 

LARRABEE SETH L., Insurance 
Bldg., cor. Congress and Exch'ge. 

Libby C. Thornton, Union Mutual 
building, 396 Cong., cor. Exch. 

Libby George, 80 Exchange. 

LOCKE & LOCKE (Jos. A. Locke 
and Ira S. Locke), 180 Middle (see 
advt. opp. Court Directory). 



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Wja-vrjerUf comtinned. 

LOOXEY WILLIAM H., Union 
Mutual Life Ins. Building, corner 
Coi^ess and Exchange. 

Lunt Wilbur F., 57 Exchange. 

LYNCH J. J., Casco Bank block, 
191 Middle. 

Matthews Fred V., 396 Congress. 

MATTOCKS C. P..8U Exchange. 

McAlpine S. H., 191 Middle. 

Mcquillan GEORGE F., Mer- 
chants Bank block, 84 Exchange. 

Mealier D. A., 80 Exchange. 

Morrill C. W., SO Exchange. 

Moulton Aug. F., 98 Exchange. 

Munger J. W.,RO Exchange. 

Parker I. W., 46 Exchange. 

Payson E. P. & W. M.,80 Exch. 

PAYSON & DAVIS (Franklin C. 
Payson, Harrison M. Davis), Mer- 
chants Bank block, 34 Exchange. 

Payson Henry S., 291 Commercial. 

PEABODY HENRY C. Union 
Mutual Life Ins. Building, corner 
Congress and Exchange. 

Perry John J., 80 Exchange. 

Perry Stephen C., 30 Exchange. 

Pierce Lewis, 184 1-2 Middle. 

Putnam W. L., 36 Exchange. 

RACKLEFF J. L.. Sli/i Exchange. 

Rand Edward M., 98 Exchange. 

Rand Geo. D., 93 Exchange. 

Rand John, 93 Exchange. 

Ray F. M., 80 Exchange. 

Reed Joseph B., 30 Exchange. 

Reed Thomas B., 93 Exchange. 

Reynolds E. C, City Building. 

Robinson Frank W., cor. Congress 
and Exchange. 

Scribner D. W., 89 Exchange. 

SEIDERS GEORGE M., Centen- 
nial block, 98 Exchange. 

SNOW DAVID W., 86 Exchange. 

STROUT A. A., 39 Exchange. 

STROUT, GAGE & STROUT 
(S. C. Strout, H. W. Gage, C. A. 
Strout), Cumberland Bank Bldg., 
62 Exchange (see advt. opp. court 
directory). 

Swaaey H. W., 30 Exchange. 

Sweat L. D. M., 225^ Middle. 

SYMONDS & LIBBY (J. W. Sy- 
monds, C. F. Libby), First Nat. 
Bank building, corner Exchange 
and Middle. 

Talbot Thomas L., 48^ Exchange. 

Thompson Benjamin, 85 Exchange. 

Tompson £. F., 896 Congreae. 



TRUE CHARLES A., Union Mu- 
tual building, cor. Congress and 
l&xchange (see advt. opp. Court 
Directory). 

ULMER W. EDWIN, rooms Wand 
15 Jo8e*building, 98 Exchange. 

VERRILL B. D., Casco Bank blk., 
191 Middle. 

VERRILL ELGIN C, 42% Ex- 
change (see advt. opp. p. 846). 

Verrill G. W., 191 Middle. 

VIRGIN H. R., Union Mutual Life 
Ins. bldg.,c. Exchange and Cong. 

WARD BENJAMIN G., rooms 14 
and 16 Jose building, t)8 Exch'ge. 

Walker George, 80 Exchange. 

Waterhouse F. S., 98 Exchange. 

Waterman John A., 184 Vi Middle. 

WEBB L. M., rooms 10 and 11 Jose 
building, 98 Exchange. 

Webb Richard, 48^ Exchange. 

WHITE JOHN ^., 80 Excliange, 
opposite P. O. 

Wilson Virgil C, 52 Exchange. 

WOODMAN ALBERT S., 36 Ex- 
change. Attorney and counselor- 
at-law. 

Woodman J. C, 105i Exchange. 

WOODMAN & THOMPSON (Ed- 
ward Woodman, Benj. Thomp- 
son), 86 Exchange. 



lieady Colors, See* 

BURGESS, FOBES & CO., 106 
Commerdal (see advt. opp. page 
845). 



lieathoFy Boot and Shoo 
Stock and Findings. 

COX A. F. & SON, 67 and 69 

Union. Cobbler's Supplies a 

Specialty. 
FAtoSWORTH B. B. & CO., 188 

Middle. Wholesale Dealers. 
Sanford N. J., 63 Union. 
WALKER CHAS. J. ft CO., 157 

to 161 Middle (see advt. opp. page 

837). 

liibmrieii. 

Circulating. 

CLARK FRANK B., 515 Congress. 

8600 volumes. 
Dow George W., 245 Congress, 900 

volumes. 



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caiariw H. F<wd. riuk B. Dow. 

SncceMors to Ford & Rich, 
Good Work at Fair Prioea. 

No. 6 Exohansre Street, oomer Fore, 

PORTLAND, MAINE. 

Telephone 251. All orders by mail promptly attended to. 



PRINTERS * and * PUBLISHERS. 

400 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

No Order Too Itarge, No Order Too Small, 

When you have any Printing to do, write to us for prices 
and samples. We'll try to please you. 



SMITH & SALE, 
POblisbcrS • aod • PriotcrS, 

45 Bzohanffe Street, Portland, Me. 

(Up Two Flights.) 

Fine Job Printing a specialty, New Type, New Presses, 
Ck>mpetent Workmen. 



—— Manufacturers of 

Rubber and Metal Stamps, 

Notary and Corporate Seal Presses, 
Steel Stamps, 

Metal Bodied and Solid Rubber Type, 

Sigrn Printing: Outfits, &c. 

Catalogue on application. 
Our prices are reasonable and we guarantee perfect satisfaction. 

tlos. 101 to 107 Middle St., Portland, Maine. ^ 



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W. H. SCOTT, 

MaDuf actarer of 

Galvanized Iron and 
Copper Gutters, Cor- 
nices, Window Caps, 
Mouldingrs, Ctc. 

Agents for Austin's Patent Bx- 
panoing Water Conductors. All 
kinds of Metal Roofing a Special- 
ty. The proper Yentilatlon of 
baildmgfi attended to. 

29,3fa33 Union St., 

Portland, Maine, ' 



JA.MES MILLER, 



AMD DUAIiEB IN 



SANITARY EARTHENWARE. 

AllJ'kinds of Brass, Copper and Iron Goods for 
Plumbing constantly on h^nd. All kinds of Plumbing 
executed in Best Manner. 



18 Temple Street, 



PORTLAND. ME. 



"W. H. "WESOOTT, 



MAKUFAOTUBBB OF 



GalYanized Iron and Copper Cntters and Cornices. 

Also Tin Roofing in all its branches. All kinds of Tin, 
Sheet Iron, Copper, Zinc and Lead Work made to order at 
short notice and in the best possible manner. Also Corrugated 
Iron Work of all kinds, such as Roofing, Siding, Window and 
Ridge Caps, Clapboards, Mouldings, Awnings, Etc. 

482 Fore St., corner Cross, PORTLAND, ME. 

METAI* SKTIilGHTS A SPECIAI<TT. 



G. IKE, RICE 4ft GO.^ 



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Cardboard, book, lleW; apd Colored Paper; 



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Of every description. Also Wra] 
Agents for Medal Brand 



iption. Also Wrapping Paper, Paper Bags and Twine, 
for Medal Brand Roofing, Neponset Sheathingi. 

12, 14 & 16 ExctianiTO St., Portland, Maine. 

C.M.Rice. A. R. Cobb. 



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Public. 
PORTLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY, 
Joseph W. Symonds, pres., Mer- 
ritt B. Coolidge, sec, S. M. Wat- 
son, librarian, 621 Congress ; 33,000 
volumes. 

liime, OfiMifint and Hair. 

CARLETON BROS. & CO., 364 

Commercial (see ad vt. opp. p. 836). 

CUASS CHAS. S., 5 Cornel whuf, 

lioaa aad BaildiasAmM»c'n« 

CASCO LOAN AND BUILDING 
ASSOCIATION, H. S. Osgood, 

£re8., D. B. Ricker, sec, Seth L. 
arrabee, treas., 12 Monument 
square. 

CUMBERLAND LOAN AND 
BUILDING ASSO'TN, Thos. P. 
Sbaw, pres., James L. RackleflT, 
sec., 3lU Exchange. 

GRANITE STATE PROVIDENT 
ASSOCIATION (branch office), 
W. C. Scarborough, State man- 
ager, 88% Exchange. 

MECHANICS' LOAN AND 
BUILDING ASSO'TN, H. H. 
Shaw, pres., E. L. Dyer, sec., 98 
Exchange. 

PORTLAND LOAN AND BUILD- 
ING ASSO'TN, H. S. Osgood, 
prea., D. B. Ricker, sec, Seth L. 
Larrabee, treas., 12 Monument 
square. 

U. S. SAVINGS AND LOAN 
ASS'ON (branch ofBce), G. A. 
Millay, State agent, 50 Excliange. 

liabstors, fVlialeMtto. 

Holbrook, Trefethen k Harvey, 16 
Long wharf. 

Kennedy k Willard, C. H. wharf. 

Marston C. W. & Co.. »2 Commer'l. 

Mcdonald lewis, end Port- 
land pier. Live, boiled and pick- 
led. 

McKIVrrr J. k CO., 78 and 80 
Com'l. Live, boiled and pickled. 

SHILLINGS S. A. & CO., 86 Com- 
mercial. Lobsters wholesale and 
retail. 

TREFBTHEN J. W., end Com- 
mercial wf. (see advt. opp. p. 324). 

TREFETHEN N. F., 40 and ^ 
Portland pier. Wholesale dealer 
in li/e aud pickled lobsters. 



liacksMiitlts. 

G«brielson J. P., 19 Plum. 
ULMER ADOLPH, 11 Monument 

square. 
York H. H., 224 Federal. 

Ijacaatatireay Cars aad 
Jllariae Baffiaea. 

PORTLAND COMPANY. 68 Fore 
(see advt. firont of book). 

liabricatars* 

(See also Oils.) 
UNION COMPOUND CO., ofBce 
109 Commercial. Fine machinery, 
valve and cylinder oils, lubricat- 
ing greases. 

Ijaaiber. 

Bar Mills Lumber Co., 103 and 106 

Kennebec. 
Bartlett Land and Lumber Co., 98 

Exchange. 
BERLIN MILLS CO.. Berlin whf. 

Manufacturers of spruce lumber 

and ground wood pulp (see advt. 

opp. page 845). 
CLARK C. S., estate of, 864 Com'l. 

W. F. Milliken, 309 Commercial, 

Administrator. 
Clement Edwin, 8^8 Commercial. 
CLEMENT F. M., 432 Commercial. 

Manufacturer and dealer. 
Daniels I., 67 Commercial. 
DBERING, WINSLOW k CO., 

823 Commercial. Southern pine 

timber, plank and boards. 
Deering RufUs & Co., 390 Com'l. 
DELANO PLANING MILL CO., 

484 to 488 Fore. 
DOTBN S. H. k A. R.. 494 to 504 

Fore and 279 Commercial. All 

kinds of lumber wholesale, retail 

and commission. 
Dudley F., 894 Commercial. 
Dyer 8. C. & Co., 448 Commercial. 
BMERY M. P., 815 Commercial. 

Commission merchant. 
Haskins Wm. & Son, 446 Commer'l. 
LARRABEE S. W. & SON, 305 

Commercial. Black walnut and 

fancy woods. 
Leavitt J. A. & Son, 346 Com'l. 
LeGrow Brothers. 24 Preble. 
Lewis R. & Co., 448 Commercial. 
MoFADDEN O. A., 11 Exchange. 

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liomber, coMtimied. 

RICHARDSON, WALKER & 
CO., 381 Commercial. Southern 
pine, timber, plank and boards 
(Bee advt. opp. page 324). 

RUMERY, BIRNIE & CO., 468 to 
462 Coml. (see advt. opp. pa^e 345). 

SOULE GILBERT M., 41? Com- 
mercial. Manufacturer & Dealer. 

SMART S. M., 366 Commercial. 
Wholesale and retail long and 
short lumber. 

Thomas Elias & Co., 114 Commer'l. 

Walker W. H., 179 Commercial. 

Westby Wm. & Co., 426 Commer'l. 

MackinUits and mackineir. 

BABCOCK C. P., 36 Temple* 

Manufacturer and Repairer of 

light Machinery of all kinds. 
CHASE k SON & CO., 236 Federal 

(see advt. pea^ 2 front of book). 
Hall Mowing Machine Co., 26 Com- 
mercial. 
JONES & HITCHINGS, 470 Fore. 

Steam engine and boiler mnfrs. 
LANG E. M. & CO., 71 Kennebec 

(see advt. opp. page 336). 
Lidback J. H., cor. Fore and Cross. 
Mills & (>ilmore, 27 Commercial. 
Orr & Jennings, 311 Fore. 
PLUMMER C. M. & H. T., 48 and 

60 Union. 
PORTLAND COMPANY. 68 Fore. 

Locomotive and Car Works. (See 

advt. front of book). 
Portland Foundry and Machine 

Works, Daniel T. Kelley & Sons, 

props., 49 Cross and 167 to 177 

Kennebec. 
QUINN & CO., 49 Commercial (see 

advt. front of book). 
SCANLON & CO., 98. Preble (see 

advt. opp. p. 837). 
Southworth & Co., 101 and 103 

Middle. 
Stickney H. R., 38 Union. 
WINSLOW D. & SON, 67 Cross. 

Steam, Qm and Water Piping. 

llIaM«fact«r«ra' AgemUh 

Butler Frank H., 422 Congress. 
Dyer F. P., 498*4 Congress. 
Gallison G. S., 186 Middle. 
HoUis H. G., 467^ Congress. 
Larrabee F. M., 478^ Congress. 
Senter L. P., 478^ Congress. 
Spaulding J. W., 493^ Congress. 
Whitman H. N., 467^ Congress. 



niitrble IVorkers. 

Fitzsimons Peter, 19 Preble. 
Landers Bros., 7 Myrtle. 
McAuley Geo., 37 Madison. 
Skillings Fred E., Deering bridge. 
Thompson E. M., 827 Cumberland. 
Thompson H. F., 22 Temple. 

HOLnrine Rnilw^aj. 

Merchant's Marine Railway Co., 
Chas. H. Chase, pres., E. R. Nor- 
ton, manager and treas., Nathan 
R. Dyer, supt. Office 135 Com'l. 

market Oardeaers. 

HANNAFORD BROS.. 26 and 28 
Market. Produce and fruit. 

Blasaas aad Bailders. 

Benson C. M., 161 Portland. 
BLACKSTONE & SMITH, Oxford 

building, 186 Middle (see advt. 

opp. p.li46). 
Cunningham J., 26 Preble. 
Green & Jordan. 289 Federal. 
Joy S. W., Tinkham court. 
Redlon Nathan B., 266 Federal. 
Higgins A. W., 167 Clark. 
Snow C. E., 96 Clark. 
Wescott J. P., 14 HiU. 

IVIast aad Spar makers. 

BRADFORD JOHN E. & CO., 266 
Commercial; also dealers in oak 
plank. 

Simonton W.H. & Son, 432 Com'L 

matck maaafaetary* 

Portland Star Matoh Co., West 
Commercial. 

meal Oriaders. 

Benson & Dalton, 221 Kennebec. 
LAPPIN J. J. &CO., 12 to 16 Pearl 

and 838 Fore. 
Stevens & Co , 164 Commercial. 
Thaxter S. W. & Co , 2 & 8 Gait 

block. 
TRUE S. A. & J. H., 202 Commer-. 

cial (see advt. opp. page 841). 

meckaaical Appliaaces* 

BABCOCK C. P., 86 Temple. 
Apparatus for the treatment of 
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niercantilis Agencj* 

Knssell Edward & Co., 81^ Ex- 
obauge, T. Frank Jones, Man. 

The Bradstreet HercantUe Agency, 
Oxford bldg., 186 Middle, Geo. 
C. Orr, sapt. 

Jflerchanta Bxchanse. 

News Rooms, 19 and 21 Exchange. 

military. Iflas«aic, aad Odd 
Fellows' Ooods. 

MERRILL J. A. & CO., 608 Conjr. 
Watches, Jewelry and Silver- 
ware (see adrt. opp. page 337). 

Milk I^ealers. 

Bradford F. W., 61 Congress. 
Conneen John H., 9 Ponce. 
Clark Geo. S., Eastern Promenade. 
Dawson James E., rear 63 Clark. 
Brans Chas., 77 Quebec. 
FOREST CITY CREAMERY, 987 
Congress (see advt. opp. page 324). 
Greeley E. N., 66 Quebec. 
Huston H. P., 39 North. 
Logue Wm., 125 Monument. 
Loring F. M fc M. J., 64 North. 
Koves J. E., 68 Melbourne. 
Peterson N., 77 Quebec. 
Roberts H. S., 67 Quebec. 
Vamey O. F., 464 St. John. 

Hill JBalld«ra, C ire alar 
Saw JnilU and Portable 
«rist MiUs. 

CHASE ft SON ft CO., 286 Federal 
(see advt. page 2 front of book). 

Mill Supplies* 

BARBOUR J. & E. R., 8 and 10 
Exchange. 

BLAKE W. L. & Co., 109 and 111 
Commercial. Steam fittings, pack- 
ing, hose, waste, files, &c. 

CHASE ^ SON ft CO., 286 Federal 
(see advt. page 2 front of book). 

SCANLON ft CO., 78 Preble (see 
advt. opp. page 837). 

millinery. 

Barnes A. E. Miss, 444 Congress. 
Bibber A. M. Miss, beiy^ Congress. 
Bibber Fred A., 487 Congress; 
Bosworth M. A., 228 Middle. 
Capen ft Connor, 10 Elm. 



Chase F. C. 495 Congress. 

Dailey C. N. & Co., 14 Elm. 

Eastman ft Cutts, 638 A CongroM. 

Fowle E. R. Mrs., 10 Elm. 

Heath E. I., 514 Congress. 

KALER H. S. ft CO., 441 Cong. 
FfaieMUlinery Goods. 

Kehoe S. E., 443 Congress. 

McMann ft Co., 421 Congress. 

PALMER JOHN E., 648 Congress. 

Warren A. B., 281 Congress. 

Waterhouse L. A. Mrs., 646 Con- 
gress. 

millinery, IVhalesale. 

(See also Fancy Goods.) 
BIBBER FRED A., 148 Middle. 

Importer and jobber of millinery. 
BICKF0!RD C. C.,267% Middle. 

Millinery and straw goods. 
Dunn D. M. C. ft Co., 268* Middle. 
KALER H. 8. ft CO., 441 Cong. 
PALMER JOHN E., 648 Con^e». 

Importer. Wholesale and retail 

millinery. 
Skilllngs C. W., 261^^ Middle. 

inillinery and Fancy G««ds. 

Bowie R., 440 Congress. 
Kane M. H., 648% Congress. 
Smart A. A. Mrs., 668 Congress. 
Titcomb M. S. ft A. H., 160 Brackett. 
Waterhouse Geo. S., 648 Congress. 

Mineral IVnter. 

(See also Soda and Mineral Water). 
Summit Springs Co., Howard Tay- 
lor, gen. agt, 410 Fore. 

nfoldinf^s. 

(See Woodwork, etc.) 

ALLEN W. A., foot Preble (see 
advt. page 1 front of book). 

BURROWES J. W.. Kennebec, 
foot Preble (see advt. front of 
book). 

Delano Planing Mill Co., 488 Fore. 

Doten S. H. ft A. R., 494 Fore. 

FARRINGTON & MANN, Kenne- 
bec, foot of Hanover (see advt. 
page 1, front of book). 

HOWARD C. H. <& CO., Kenne- 
bec, foot Preble (see advt. front 
of book). 

McDonald C. J. & Co., comer York 
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lll«wini( Machines. 

(See also Agricultaral Implements.) 
Hall Mowing Machine Co., 27 Com- 
mercial. 

nioxie IV«rT« Food* 

INGALLS BROS., prop.,17 Preble. 

IKEiisic and Musical Instrn- 



(See also Pianos and Organs.) 
Buck W. D., 272 Middle. 
CHANDLER WM. E., 481 Con- 

f^ress. Sheet music and musical 
nstrnments (see advt. opp. p. 846). 

CRESSEY & JONES, ^Con- 
gress (see advt. opp. page 328). 

MoCAUSLAND H. W., 416 Con- 
gress. Henry F. Miller pianos 
and Wilcox & White organs (see 
advt, opp. nage 336). 

STOCKraiDGE IRA C, 540 Con- 
gress (see advt. opp. page 368). 

Music Bin ier, Mnfr. 

Davis Qeo. H., it Exchange. 

Music Teaciiers. 

Instrumental. 
BAIN JAMES A., 114^ Exchange. 

Teacher of piano and organ. 
Blanchard Lucy N., 8 Monroe pi. 
Brooks C. M., 249 Middle. 
Burnham Frank, 537 Congress. 
Chandler W. E., 431 Congress. 
Dyer Joseph H. Mrs., 14 Locust. 
Forde L. W. Miss, 655 Congress. 
Forde Mary L. Mrs., 655 Congress. 
Goold G. W., 160 Park. 
Goss Julia N. Mrs., 13 Middle. 
Grimmer Chas. W., ISO^^ Middle. 
JACOBSON J. N., 249 Middle. 

Teacher of flute and piccolo. 
Kimball W. C, 702 Congress. 
Kotzschmar H., 8 Walker 
Legault Joseph D., 89 India. 
Libby Lilian C. Mrs., 17 Green. 
Marston G. W., 81 Free. 
Murray H. S., 587 Congress. 
Pearson W. H., 50 Temple. 
Philbrook A. L. Miss, 15 Lewis. 
Qnimby Geo. A., 250 High. 
Rankin F. L., 537 Congress. 
Robhison P. E., 249 Middle. 
Stockbridge Annie L., 15 Myrtle. 
Willey Anna C. Miss, 21 Parris. 
Wilson G. M., 74 Winter. 
Winship CaroUne C. Mis8,248 Comb. 



Vocal. 

Brown L. M. Miss, 11 Brown. 

Dennett W. H., 499 Vo Congress. 

HAWKS A. N. MRS., Oakdale. 
Portland P. O., care H. F. Libby, 
Clerk of Court's Ofllce, City Bldg. 
(See advt. back of book). 

Merrill A. E. Mrs., 792 Congress. 

Morgan John, 431 Congress. 

Morrison Jennie King Mrs., 88 Al- 
der. 

Stockbridge W. H., 499% CongreM. 

Young Helen M. Mrs., ^ High. 

Muslin Ooods Mnfrs* 

CHENERY MANUFACTURING 

CO., 243 Middle. 
KING MNFG. CO., 148 Middle. 

Ladies', Men's and Children's 

Muslin Wear. 

Nautical Instruments. 

Berry Ira jr., 48 Exchaiige. 

FARLEY C. H., 4 Exchange (see 
advt. opp. page 336). 

8BNTER WM. k CO., 51 Ex- 
change (see advt. opp. page 341). 

Neinrspapers. 

(See page 217.) 
IVeinrspapers & Periodicals. 

Beardsworth J. J., 85 India. 
Brackett J. F., Peak's Island. 
Chisholm Brothers, Grand Trunk 

and Union depots. 
Chisholm John, 109 Congress. 
Costello Robert, 372 Fore. 
Dow Geo. W., 245 Congress. 
East End News Co., 235 Congress. 
Erskine P. H., 43 Middle. 
Fessenden N. G., 484 Congress. 
Goold W. F.J 405 Congress. 
Jewett W. H. & Co., 504 Congress. 
Maine News Co. (wholesale), 2 

Exchange. 
MARQUIS GEO. H., 76 Exchange. 
- All the Magazines and New York 

Dailv Papers. 
Perry C. C„ 1 Commercial. 
PETERSON J. W., *J Exchange. 

Wholesale and retail. 
Todd A. G. & Co., 437 Commercial. 
Whitehall E. S., 193 Congress. 

2¥utions and Small lii^aresy 
fVkolesale. 

Bearse, Murphy & Co., 225^ Middle. 

OWEN, MOORE k CO., 505 & 507 

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CREDENDAS, ISCOC 

\ NONPAREILS, ♦40.0( 

/ If 70a want the beat, yon want a Victor. 
p It ;oa want a medlnm beat, Ita a Credenda. 
• For bojra,— a Nonpareil. 

E. S. Pendexter, State Ag^ent, 

No. 561 Gonsrress Street, - Portland, Me. 



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Blannfacturers of ♦ 

Hot Water and Steam Boilers, Radiators, and 
Automatic Damper Regulators. 

Wholesale Dealers in Iron Fipe and Fittings. Valves, Steam Ganges, Radia 
tors, &c. Hot Water and Steam Heating Engineers. 

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Manuf actorers of and Dealers in 

2l^"Particular attention paid to Machine and Order Work. 

394 FORE ST. (foot of Exchange)', PORTLAND, ME 

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GERRISH O. K., d8 Exchange. 
Agents wanted. 

OU ml Vitrial Sa ChemicaU. 

▲twood Lead Co., 432 Fore. 
Oils. 
(See also Paints, Oils, he.) 

BABBOUR J. & E. R., 8 and 10 
Exchanee. Cylinder and Lubri- 
cating Oils. 

BLAKE W. L. k CO., 109 and 111 
Commercial. Cylinder and Ma> 
chinery Oils. 

CHASE & SON & CO., 236 Federal 
(see advt. page 2, flront of book). 

CONLEY J<>HN ft SON. 38 and 36 
Commercial. Cnrrier's, Lubri- 
cating and Burning Oils. 

Duncan Bros. & Co., 210 and 212 
CommerciaL 

Fuller A. P & Co., 432 Fore. 

Gerrish J. J. ft Co., 41 Commercial. 

PINE STATE OIL WORKS, The 
Twitchell-Champlin Co., proprie- 
tors, "West Conmiercial. 

PORTLAND KEROSENE OIL 
CO., 35 Commercial. Factory, 
Cape Elizabeth. 

Oil, Fi«h, RlaaBfactareirs. 

CONLEY JOHN ft SON, 33 a«d 35 

Commercial. 
Dodd A. W. ft Co., 17 Lone wharf. 
Smith A., Custom-house wnarf. 

Oily liard, Manaf actar«rs^ 

Thompson, Fowler ft Co., Portland. 
Opiiciaas. 

FARLEY C. H., 4 Exchange (see 
adrt. opp. nage 836). 

PENDEXTBR E. S.. 561 Congress 
(see adTt. opp. pnge 360). 

MURDOCK 11. TE., 566 Congress 
(see advt. opp. page 868). 

SWIFT ROBERT B., 513 Congress 
(see adrt. opp. page 829). 

WENTWORTH A. M., 648% Con- 
gress (see advt. opp. page 346). 

Oyatoraad liaach Roaais. 

Arey A. 6., 99 Middle. 
ATWOOD'S OYSTER HOUSE, L. 

W. Atwood, prop^ 128 Center. 
FREEMAN T. W, 120 Exchange. 

Ladies* and gents' oyster and 

luneh rooms. 

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Frost J. H., 101 Portland. 
HARDING^ H. A. (formerly Tim* 
mons & Hawes), 15 Monument sq« 
Harding R. L., 408 Congress. 
Timmons ft Hawes, 181 Commerc*L 
Welch John, 65 Commercial. 

Oystorsy lii^haleaale. 

ATWOOD'S OYSTER HOUSE, L. 
W. Atwood, prop., 12aK3enter. 

McDonald J. H.. 168 Commercial* 

TIMMONS ft HAWES, 181 Com- 
mercial. Wholesale Oyster House. 

WILCOX GEORGE, 16 SUver st. 
market, clams, oysters and lob- 
sters, wholesale and retail. 

Packfita, Baatora Sailias* 

Blake Nathaniel, Widgery wharf. 
Paiatera« 

Carriage and Sign, 
Davis W., 34 Preble. 
Flynn H. F., 127 Green ahd 989 

Congress. 
Hodsdon M. S., 109 Preble. 
Hovey J. F., 71 Portland. 
Maguire John F.. 601 Fore. 
Miller Jas. K., 860 Cumberland. 
Newman John C, 68 Preble. 
Osgood F. E., 69 Oak. 

Fresco. 
JOST DANIEL F., 12 Monument 

square. Interior Decorator in 

all styles. 
THE SMITHS, 588A Conjrress. In- 

terior decorators of Churches, 

Halls, and Dwellings. 
Willman N. P., 186 Middle. 

Fumiiwe. 
KITTRED6E & SON 76 Union (see 
advt. opp. page 328). 

HousBt Shipt Sign, etc, 
Anderson Bros., 27 Chestnut. 
Anderson C. J., 57 Oak. 
Brice F. W.. 316 St. John. 
Brown A. H., 46 Cross. 
Davis J. G., Tinkham court. 
Day William J., I Ellsworth. 
Doughty John, 19 Monument sq. 
Drinkwater D. G., 5 Plum. 
GRAY WM. ft SON, 307 Fore (see 

advt. opp. p. 368). 
Hersey Wm. P., 105% Exchange. 
Horr John R., 192 Brackett. 
Howard Wm. H., 19 Cotton. 



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House, Ship, Sign, etc., continued. 
Jackson W. G., 554*4 Congress. 
Jordan G. H., rear 991 Congress. 
Kelsey J. F., Green. 
Llbby C. S., 498 Fore. 
McGlauflin Geo., 68 Pearl. 
NAYLOR WM. R., 18 Free. 
Norton B. A., 235 Newbury. 
Koyes Bro»., 200 Fore. 
Perry & Knlcht, 105 Clark. 
Philbrick E. J., 6 Portland. 
Rice Wm., 212 Newbury. 
lUggs & Co., 554i Congress. _ 
ftoUrts T. A. & W. II., rear 653 

Congress. 
WALLEY CHAS. H., 71 Oak. 

Landscape and Flowers. 
HUDSON J. B., 345 Cumberland 

(see advt. opp. page 369). 
Stickney E. H. Miss, 439 Congress. 
Warren S. P. Mrs., 99 Free. 

Zandfcapej Flowers and Marine. 
GOULD A. M. MISS, 5671 Con- 
gress (see advt. opp. page 3i55). 

Marine and Landscape. 
Brown Harry B., 50P^ Congress. 

FortraU. 
Case E. M., 508% Congress. 
FOX CHAS. L., 47834 C<mgres8. 
MOORE A. E., First National Bank 
building, 67 Exchange. 

Sign and Ornamental. 
DAM CHAS. F., 118 Exchange (see 

advt. opp. page 369). 
Flynu H. P., 127 Green. 
Jones Thos. K., 48^ Excliange. 
Mitchell J. B., 388 Fore. 
MULHALL M. T., 29 Temple 

(see advt. opp. page 368). 
The Smiths, 588A Congress. 

Paint Mitiiiif itctiirers. 

BURGESS, FOBES & CO., 106 to 
112 Commercial (see advt. opp. 
page 345). 

Paints, Oils. Tamiskes, Arc., 
Wholesale and Retail. 

BURGESS, FOBES & CO., 106 to 
112 Commercial (see advt. opp. 
page 345). 

COOK, EVERETT & PENNELL, 
134 to 138 Middle. 



FICKETT J. B. & CO., 403 & 406 
Fore. Masury's prepared Paints 

HA?^H. H. '& SON, iunct. Middle 
■ and Free (see advt. opp. p. 828). 
MURPHY BROS., 24 1 A Congress. 
PERKINS JOHN W. & CO., 94 

and 96 Commercial. 
STANWOOD E. L. & CO., 201 

Federal. 
WHIPPLE W. W. & COn 20 and 

21 M(mament square Agentafor 

Johns' Asbestos materials. 

Paints St Oils, and Painters* 

GRAY WILLIAM k SON, 307 
Fore (see advt. opp. p. 368). 

Panis nf annfactni*er« 

JUDELSHON JACOB, 106 Mid- 
dle, mnfr. of pants, overalls and 
suspenders. 

Paper and Twine. 

RICE C. M. & CO., 16 Exchange. 
Dealers in Fine Book, News, Cap, 
Folio, Demy, and Colored Papers, 
Card Stock, Wrapping Papers, 
Paper Bags, and Twines of every 
description (see advt. opp. p. 857). 

ROBINSON C. H. & C()., 7 and 9 

Moulton, and 7 and 16 Market. 

Paper Bags, Fine Writing Par 

pers, etc. (see advt. opp. p. 869). 

Paper Hanffinffs. 

(See also Furniture.) 

BAILEY H. J. & CO., 190 Middle 
(see advt. opp. pa^ 329). 

BAILEY & NO YES, wholesale 
and retail, 66 and 68 Exchange. 

Batchelder C. H., 402 Congress. 

Colesworthy S. H., jr., 92 Exch. 

DAVIS HALL L.. 49 Exchange. 

HOOPER DAVID & CO., 238 
Middle. 

GREENLEAF GEO. & CO., oor. 
Congress and Temple. Room p»- 
T)er8 and window shades. 

LORING, SHORT & HARMON, 
474 Conmress (see advt. page 12). 

Palmer & Morgan, 546^ Congress. 

Paper Patterns. 

Domestic Sewing Machine Co., 498 

Congress. 
Dyer Christopher, 267 Middle. 
LIBBY J. R.. 488 «fc 490 Congrew 

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Pap«r Reels and Cutters, 
SIitaafactHrers. 

HILL A. F. & CO., 500 Congress, 
agents wanted in every town. 

Pitper Ralers* 

Davis H. L., 49 Exchange. 
Knight S. D., 45 Exchange. 
LORING, SHORT & HARMON, 

474 Congress (see advt. page 12). 
Qnincy W. A., 97^^ Exchange. 

Patent medicine ninf rs« 

(See also Druggists.) 
THE TWrrCHELL-CHAMPLIN 

CO., 269 to 273 Commercial. 
Wood N. & Son, 428 Pore. 

Patent Solicitors. 

BATES S. W., First Nat. Bank 
bnilding. cor. Middle and Exch. 

BRIGGS m:RBERT G., 98 Exch. 
(see adyt. opp. page 845). 

VERRILL ELGIN C, 42*4 Ex- 
change (see advt.opp. page 845). 

Pattern and model makers. 

Barbour J. I., 31 Cross. 

^vans Alfred, 49 Union. 

Hawkes E. O., 32 Cross. 

PHENIX J. C, 31 Cross. Also me- 
chanical draughtings. 

PORTLAND CO., 68 Fore (see 
adyt. front of book). 

Parements* 

PORTLAND CEMENT PIPE ft 
STONE CO., 294 and 296 Com- 
mercial. Imported tiles, marble 
• flooring, &c. (see advt. back of 
book). 

Pencil Skarpener mnfrs. 

THE PERFECT PENCIL POINT- 
ER CO.. 105 Middle (see adyt. 
opp. page 326). 

Penmen. 

Blair J. H., Shaw's Business Col- 
lege, 507% Congress. 

Merrill A. R., Gray's Business 
College, Davis bldg., 890 Cong. 

Pkotograpkers. 

Armand J., 16 Monument square. 
Brown G. E., 235* Middle. 
Davis A. 8., 180 1-2 Middle. 



Harris H. B., 199^ Middle. 

JACKSON CHAS. E., 548% Con- 
gress. 

KING L. & W. C., 482 Congress. 

LAMSON STUDIO, opp. Fal- 
mouth Hotel (see advt. front of 
book). 

Norton H. Q.. 276 Middle. 

PECK J. M., 12 Monument square, 
opp. U. S. Hotel. 

SMITH H. M., 267^ Middle. See 
our new scheme for getting up 
clnlw. 

Swett J. A., 61834 Congress. 

THE HEARN STUDK), 614 Cong. 
F. E. Roberts, manager. 

YE LONGFELLOW GALLERT, 
W. H Gay & Co., props., 655 
Congress. 

Pkotosrapkic materials. 

KING M. F., 480 Congress. 

Pkoto . Relief Plates and 
Pkotofframres. 

LAKESIDE PRESS, 117 and 119 
Middle. 

Pkotograpk Printer. 

CURRIER A. W., 244 Middle. 

Pkjslclans. 

Adams C. G., 70! Congress. 

Avery Mary Alice, 673 Congress. 

Baker C. A., 312 Congress. 

Bray Chas. W., 81 Free. 

Brock H. H.,Me. Gen'l Hospital. 

Cammett W., 286 Congress. 

Cummings G. H.. 699 Congress. 

Dana Israel T., 181 State. 

Dana Wm. Lawrence, 660 CongreaB, 

Dole D. H., 145 Cumberland. 

Dunn B. F., 48 Pine. 

Dyer John G., 127 Congress. 

Files C. O., 14 Brown. 

Foster B. B., 106 Free. 

Foster T. A., no High. 

Gterrish F. H., 675 Congress. 

Getchell S. P., 122 Free. 

Gordon S. C, 157 High. 

Hersom Nahum A. Mrs., 106 Pine. 

Holt E. E., 723 Congress. 

Huut Chas. O., Me. Gen'l HospitaL 

Hunt Henry H., 629 Congress. 

Hutchinson Chas., 119 Park. 

Kimball I. E., 702 Congress. 

King Alfred, 610 Congress. 

Lamb H. A., 887 Congress. 

Ludwig G«rdner, 604 Congress. 



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ANHXJAL BEdlfSTBB OF MAimS. 



PhTsieians, c«ii«iii«ed. 

Mawhall N. M., 276 Brackett. 
Merrill H. P., 306 Congress. 
Meserve A. K. P., 109 Emery. 
Meserve C. A., 109 Emery. 
Midford J. B., 428 Congress. 
Moulton W. B., 273 Congress. 
Nickerson Harry M., 764 Congress. 
0*Neill James B., 619 Congress. 
Patterson H. J., 942 I'ongress. 
Pendleton Lewis W., 192 State. 
Ring Chas. A., 608 Congress. 
Rynne W., 236* Congress. 
Shaw A. O.. 101 Danforth. 
Small F. E., a59 Congress. 
Smith Chas. D., 126 Free. 
Smith H. A., Me. Gen'l Hospital. 
Spalding J. A., 627 Congress. 
Sullivan Timothy D., 292 Congrees. 
Swasey G. B., 724 Congress. 
Thayer A. S., 639 Congress. 
Thayer Aug. S., 93 Free. 
Thompson A. V., 87 Carleton. 
Thompson John F., 601 Congress. 
TorringtoB James, Peaks Island. 
True W. H., 261 Congress. 
Warren S. P., 99 Free. ^ ^ 
Way Geo. W., 239 Cumberland. 
Webster Chas. E., 808 Spring. 
Weeks S. H., 662 Congress. 
Wood Wm., 186 Free. 

Botanic. 
Hardy Daniel, 128 North. 
Reed E. B., 399% Congress. 

Eclectic, 
Buzzell James M., 52 Temple. 
Fossett Algernon, 110 Nortii. 
Hughes J. B., 496i Congress. 
MacRae Punean, 41 Brackett. 

Homeopathic. 
Clark G. A., 695 Congress. 
Dodge R. L., 606 Congress. 
Merrill J. C, 74 Free. 
Ohler Anna G., 18 Locust. 
Palmer J. T., 294 Congress. 
Pingree M. C., 143 High. 
Shackford Rufus, 148 Park. 
Sylvester S. E., 10 Brown 
Vose E. F., 417 Congress. 
Whidden J. W., 638 Congress. 

Metaphysical. 
Libby K. A., 406 Congress. 



Pianos. 

(See also Music and Musical Instru- 
ments.) 

THURSTON SAMUEL, 8 Free-st. 
block. All styles and prices, 
wholesale and retail (see adyt. 
opp. page 865). 

Piaaos and Organs. 

(See also Music and Musical Instru- 
ments.) 

ATKINSON HOUSE FURNISH- 
ING CO., cor. Pearl and Middle 
(see adrl . opp. page 840). 

CRESSEY & JON]^, 394 Congress 
(see advt. opp. page 328). 

HASTINGS W. P., 114i Exchange. 
New Style Organs. Pianos on 
sale. Send for Price List. 

HAWES C. K., 414 Cong. Music 
books and mnsical instrument. 

M. STEINERT & SONS CO., 640 
Congress. Wholesale and retail 
representatives in the N. E. 
States, Steinway & Sons, Weber, 
Hardman, Henning and Pease,, 
pianos, T. C. McGouldric, mngr. 

Robinson E. B. & Co., 398 Congress. 

THURSTON SAMUEL, 8 Free-st. 
block. Fine goods fully war- 
ranted. Fair prices (see advt. 
opp. page 866). 

Piano Taners. 

CHENERY J. D., slate at 484 Con- 
gress, P. O. address, Deering» Me. 

Clark J. H., 540 Congress. 

Corliss A. G.. 116 Pearl. 

GRAVES CHAS. P., 114% Bxch. 
(see advt. opp. page 869). 

Harper W. J., 3 Free ptreet block. 

Robinson E. B., 398 Congress. 

Thomas N. I., 640 Congress. 

MiUiken M. C, 394 Congress. 

Stone S. A., 8 Free street block. 

Wheelwright J. P., 700 Congress. 

Pickle niannf actarers. 

PettenglU E. D. & Co., 60 York. 

Pictare and Neirspaper 
Affeacies* 

Hallett H. & Co., 146 Middle. 
Sawyer & Co., 687 Congress. 
Stinson Geo. & Co., 1^ Middle. 



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Vermont school seat co., 

RUTLAND VT., 

MAKX7FAOTT7BBB8 OF 

SCHOOL AND OFFICE FURNITURE 

AKD DX1.LBB8 DT 

SOHOOXj SXJI>I>XjIES 



The "Yermont" is the only seat folding in tJie rear of its hack; giylng 
more space between desks than any other seat in use. The action of the limb 
in ritine folds the seat. 

Solid Birch Woods are famished onlv by the Vermont Seat Company. 
Bachpiece is from one solid piece of bircn— no glued joints or dowels used. 
The Vermont Seat is in use in nearly all the principal cities and towns in 
Maine and li giving universal satisfaction. 

Prices Reasonable, and Every Seat Guaranteed. 
Address for Catalogue and Prices: 

VERMONT SCHOOL SEAT COMPANY, RUTLAND, YT. 

GBO. B. RICHARDSON, G. M. DONHAM, Agent. 

Hanager Branch Office, 92 Canal St., Oxford Building. 185 Middle St., 

^--^^ ^Xl. Boston, Mass. Portland, Maine. 

SampUi on exMbiiion at cUtove addre$te$, 

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MISS ALICE M. GOULD, 

TEACHER OF DRAWING AND PAINTING, 

669 1-2 Congrress St., Portland, Me. 

Water Color and China Decorating Specialties. 

Orders taken for All Kinds of Art Work. 



Purchasers of PIANOS or ORGANS are respectfully 
solicited to call, or send for catalogue to 



PIANO CHAIRS, STOOLS, COVERS and 

SCARFS in large assortment. Orders by 

mail receive prompt attention. 

SAMUEL THURSTON, 3 Free Street Block, PorOand, Me. 



'LINO' DANIELS, 

JmetienFreeftUiaaieSts., PORTLAND. ME. 

~ ~" r and Hfounting all hinds 
AntalM Heads a Specialty* 

rk is too well known to require 
) advertising, but a few words 
stomers may not come amiss, 
are now so many amateurs, who 
(the business, I would caution 
rist their kind of work, and ad- 
to have first-class work done by 
I bM devoted bis llfetlne to 
neSS, at prices no higher, and 
cases much lower, tlian any of 
dlers of good specimens cliarge. 
ish for fresli Moose, Deer or 
lieads, and all kinds of rare 
c, in their season. All orders 
)r otherwise will receiye person- 
ion. All work warranted first' 
every particular. 
f I 

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CUMBEBLAND CXHINTT. 



366 



Pictares & Pictnre FranMs. 

BATCHELDER C. H., 402 Cong. 
' Also dealer in picture and room 

moldings. 
Hill Mark L., 132 Middle. 
Knight R. H.. 408 Congress. 
OWEN, MOORE & CO , 605 & 607 

Congress (see adrt. opp. page 837). 
Perry C. C, 1 Commercial. 
Portland Copying Co., 390 Congress. 
SKILLIN GEO. E., 226 Federal 



<seeadTt.opp. ^ 
Stubbs Algernon, 



321). 
Congress. 



Piping, Steani, IVatory and 
Gaa. 

(See also Plumbing.) 

ALEXANDER & SIMPSON, 48 
and 46 Union, agents for the Bar- 
nard Sv8t«m (see advt. opp. p. 344). 

BLACKSTONE F. N., n Plum. 
Steam heating and agent for Eu- 
reka Boiler. 

EVANS O. C, 61 Union. Steam 
heating and plumbing. 

JONES & HITCHINGS, 470 Fore. 

Libbf & Calhoun, 87 Market. 

Pennell W. H., 204 Federal. 

PLUMMER C. M. k H. T., 48 and 
50 Union. 

PORTLAND HEATER AND 
RADIATOR CO., 131 to 135 Lin- 
coln, N. E. Redlon, pres. Mnfrs. 
of hot water and steam boilers, 
radiators and automatic damper 
regulators (see advt. opp. p. 360). 

SMITH k ABBOTT, 72 Union. 
Steam heating and plumbing. 

WINSLOW D. k SON, 57 Cr^. 
Steam Heating. 

Plaains* 

(See Wood Work.) 

Plaster. 

Chase Charles S.. 5 Com'l wharf. 
Carleton Bros, k Co., 864 Coml. 

Plaster Mills. 

PORTLAND PLASTER MILLS, 
Carleton Bros, k Co. .props.. West 
Commercial, office 364 Coml. (see 
advt. opp. page 336). 

Plasterers and Stncca 
Workers. 

Craig Joe^hC, 58 Oak. 1 



FEENEY P., 199 Federal. Plain 

and ornamental plastering. 
GATLEY R. K., 59 k 61 Union. 

Best of work at fair prices. 
Jackson & Dugan. 71 Oak. 
Kelley, Devine k Ward,218 Federal 
Ward Patrick, 13 Casoo. 

Platers. 

Oold and Silver, 
PEARSON MOSES, 50 Temple. 
All kinds of Band instruments re- 
paired. 

Plate Printers. 

LAKESIDE PRESS, 117 and 119 
Middle. 



Plaw Mannfactn 

FRYE JOHN J., 169 Green and 
23 Preble. 

PORTLAND FOUNDRY AND 
MACHINE WORKS, Daniel T. 
Kelley & Sons, props., 49 Cross 
and 167 to 177 Kennebec. Mnfrs. 
of Kelley's Improved Mower, 
Iron and Steel Plows and Culti- 
vators. 

Plnmbins and Piping. 

(See also Piping.) 

ALEXANDER & SIMPSON, 48 
and 45 Union, agents for the Bar- 
nard System (see advt. opp. p.344). 

DAVIS C. W., 71 Union, under 
Fahnouth Hotel. 

Frales W. F., 224 Federal. 

Hutchinson M. C, 181 14 BraokPtt. 

JONES C. H. k CO., 220 Federal. 
Plumbers and tin roofers. 

KNIGHT BROS. (ship). 820 Fore, 
(see advt. opp. page 368). 

LOWE W. A., 16 Free. Also dealer 
in all kinds of Plumbing mater- 

MERRILL I. D., 63 Union (see 

advt. opp. page 369). 
MILLER JAS., 18 Temple. Also 

dealer in all kinds of Plumbing 

materials (see advt. opp. p. 367). 
O'Connell W. E., 665 Congress. 
Pierce Geo. W., 17 Plum. 
Plummer C. M. k H. T., 48 and 50 

Union. 
TAYLOR JOHN H., 11 Plum. 

Practical plumber and ga^tter. 



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ANNUAL BEeiSTBB OF MAINE. 



P«lisk. 

rUTZ POMADE, for cleaning and 
polishing all kinds of metals, 
gold, silver, brass, copper, zinc, 
tin, etc. J. & E. R. Barbour, 8 

. Exchange, sole agts. for Maine. 

Pork, liardy &c. 

Cnmmings Bros., 228 Commercial. 
HODGES J. E., 11 Silver-st. mar- 
ket, meats of all kinds, pigs feet 

' ft &D6d&.lt*V 

SAWYER M. F., 2 Silver St. Mar- 
ket. Pork, lard, hams, ribs, saos- 
age and bologna. 

8amre ^ohn P. & Co., John H. 
Vose, agt., 235 Commercial. 

Pork Packers* 

Squire John P. & Co., John H. 

Vose agt., 285 Commercial. 
Thompson, Fowler & Co., Portland, 

and 48 Market. 

Portland Board of Trade. 

Jacob S. Winslow, pres., M. N. 
Rich, secretary, 19 and 21 Exch. 

Portland 'Drj I^ock. 

Charles H. (Chase, lessee and gen. 
man., A. W. Coombs, sec. and 
treaa. Office 135 Commercial. 

Portland Gas lii^kt Co. 

Edward H. Daveis, pres., Samuel 
Rolfe, sec. and tre^., office 9 
Temple. 

Portland Street Sprinkling 
Co. 

C. J. Chapman, pres., Virgil C. 
Wilson, treas,, office 62 Exch. 

Portland IVater Co. 

D. W. Clark, pres., George P. 
Wescott, treas., E. R. Payson, 
sec. Office, 83 Plum. 

Poultry Supplies. 

Benson & Dalton, 221 Kennebec. 
KENDALL & WHITNEY, comer 

Federal and Temple. 
Sawyer W. C. & Co., 9 Preble. 

Printers. 

Berry Stephen, 87 Plum. 
Cbisholm John, 109 Congress. 



FORDCHAS.H. &C0., cor. Ex- 
change and Fore. Job Printeis 
and Pubs, (see advt. opp. p. 356). 

HALL & HALL, 388 Fore, opp. 
foot of Exch. Label printers. 

HARRIS & WILLIAMS, 430 Fore. 
Telephone. 

Jewett W. W., 502 Congress. 

LAKESIDE PRESS, 117 and 119 
Middle. 

Lefavor Bros, 397 Fore. 

LORING GEO. D., 45 Exchangp. 

LOWELL A. W. (copper-plate), 513 
Congress (see adyt. opp. page 829). 

MARKS WM. M., 97 1-2 Exchange. 
Book, card and job printer. 

MITCHELL & BICKFORD, 400 
Congress (see advt. opp. p. 356). 

OWEN, STROUT & CO., 106 1-2 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. 821). 

PAINE CHARLES, 118 Exchange. 
Book, card and job printer. 

PEARSON W. H., 50 Temple. 
Dance orders, card and job 



PERRY F. L., Transcript Job 
Print, 41 Exchange. Printing of 
every description promptly at- 
tended to. 

RICH WALTER H., 179 Commer- 
cial. Fine mercantile printing a 

SMnDH & SALE, 45 Exchange (see 
advt. opp. page 356). 

SOUTHWORra BROS., 105 Mid- 
dle (see advt. back of book). 

THURSTON BROWN CO., 97i Ex- 
change (see advt. opp. page 361). 

TUCKER PRINTlfm HOUSE, 
101 Exchange, Daniel J. Carr, 

W proprietor, 
elch Albert P.. 98 Exchange. 
Welch Geo. G., 888 Commercial. 



Produce and Frnit. 
\¥holesale. 

Bean I. S., 187 Commercial. 

Berry Isaac & Co., 11 & ISMonlton. 

CUMMINGS & WINCHESTER, 
147 and 149 Commercial. Produce, 
Fruit and Commission Dealers. 

CUMMINGS F. D. 9o BROS., suc- 
cessors to Cummings Bros. & Co., 
161 and 153 Commercial. Commis- 
sion merchants and wholesale 
dealers in Fruit and Produce. 

'Greene Cyrus, 88 Market 

HANNAFORD BROS., 26 and 28 
Market. Also market gardeners. 



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CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 



36T 



JORDAN & PARROTT, 205 Com- 
mereial. Produce and fruit, 

LIBBY J. i. & CO., head Central 
wharf. Potatoes and apples a 

MOTLEY '& CO., 237 Commercial. 

Fruit and produce; commission 

merebanto. 
Robertson A., 78 Middle. 
Spale Howard E., 201 Commercial. 
Stnrdivaut & Norton, 131 Com*l. 
Thompson & Hall, 245 and 247 

Commercial. 



Exporters. 

Berry I. & Co., 11 and 13 Moulton. 
CUMMINGS & WINCHESTER, 

147 and 149 Commeroi^. 
CUMMINGS F. D. & BROS., suc- 

oesBors to Cummings Bros, ft Co., 
r 151 and 158 Commercial. Export-, 

ers and Importers. 
Libby J. I. & Co., head Central wf . 



Prorident Aid S^ciefy. 

Franklin J. Rollins, pres. ; Everett 
Smith, sec and treas.; home 
office HB Exchange. 



Pr«Tisi»iia and market JHeii. 

BEST M. W.,68 Free. Provisions, 

game and country prodoce. 
Coveny J. A., 4 Mifk-st. Market. 
CLOY^S G. H., 680 Congress and 

139 Free. Provisions, CRime and 

Country Produce. 
Cooper John, 36 Market. 
Dix«m C. A.,agt., 7 Silver-st. Mkt. 
FALMOUTH MARKET, JOHN 

P. HOBBS, prop., 559 Congress! 
Fowler Geo. H., 46 Market. 
Frank W. H., 5 Milk-«t market. 
GoffE. F. & Co., 564 Congress. 
Hodges J. E., 9 Silver-st. market 
HoweU W. E., 33 Free. 
Patterson O. A., 25 Portland. 
PENNELL C. J., 586 Congress. 
' Provisions, Game and Country 

Produce. 
Place M., 3 Milk-street Market. 
Robinson C. A., Silver-st. Market. 
Wight H. M., 1 Milk-st. Market. 
Winslow A. & Co., 2 Milk-st. Mkl. 



Railroad and Steamboat 
Ofllcea. 

BOSTON STEAMERS, daily line, 
every evening throughout the 
year. Portland Steam Packet 
Company, Franklin wharf. 

Boston & Maine R. R. Co., 238 St. 
John. 

CASCO BAY STEAMBOAT CO., 
Custom House wharf (see advt. 
fh>nt of book). 

Grand Trunk Railway, offices, pas- 
senger depot, foot India. 

International Steamship Company, 
Railroad wharf, foot State. 

MAINE CENTRAL R.R. CO., of- 
fices 238 St. John (see advt. back 
of book). 

Maine Steamship Co., Franklin 
wharf. 

Portland & Boothbay Steamboat 
Co., Franklin whari. 

Portland & Kennebec Steamboat 

, Co., Franklin wharf. 

PORTLAND & ROCHESTER R. 
R. CO., foot Preble (see advt. 
back of book). 

PORTLAND & WORCESTER 
LINE, foot Preble (see advt. 
back of book). 

Portland, Mt. Desert, and Machias 
Steamboat Co., Railroad wharf. 

Portland (Horse) Railroad Co., of- 
fice, 471 Congress. 

RUMFORD FALLS & BUCK- 
FIELD R. R. CO., 84 Exchange 
(see advt. back of book). 



Railroad and Steamboat 
Snpipliea. 

Barbour J. & E. R., 8 and 10 Exc. 
BLAKE W. L. & CO., 109 and 111 

Commercial. 
GERRISH J. J. & CO., 41 Com'l. 

Refrigerators. 

MERRILL J. Fm rear 115 and 117 
Kennebec, foot of Preble. Im» 
proved Dry Air Refrigerators (see 
advt. page 2 front of book). 

R«ffalia. 

Littlefield F. T., 2571/0 Middle. 
MERRILL J, A. & CO., 603 Cong. 
(see advt. dpp. page 337). 



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Boyd H. JamM» Franklin wharf. 
Mc&eown John, Central wharf. 

Roofing* 

(See also Slaters.) 
HERSEY ELIAS, 22 Monument 

gq. (see advt. opp. page 369). 
Lehane J. W., 5^Vj Conw^^^^ 
MAINE ASPHALT ROOFING 

ANB PAVING CO., ^Vz Exch. 

BOWB & MoKRaSy, 229 Federal. 

Galvanized iron gutters, cornices 

and conductors. „ ^,, . 

SCOTT W. H., 29,31, & 38 Union. 

Galvanized Gutters and Cornices 

(see advt. opp. page 357). 
WESCOTT W. H., 482 Fore (see 

advt. opp. p. 857). 

RnMMF Ooods. 

BARBOUR J. fib E. R., 8 and 10 

Exchauffe. 

BLAKE W. L. fib CO., 109 and 111 
CommerciaL. Belting, packing, 
hoset etc. 

HALL RUBBER CO., 622, 524 and 
626 Congress. Manufacturers and 
dealers in every description of 
rubber goods, wholesale and re- 
tail. sSe N. E. agents Ibr N. Y. 
Bating and Packing Ca Factor- 
ies at Stoui^tmi, Mass. 

Rubber Haml Stantpit. 

BENNETT H. B., 401 Fore (see 

SOUTHnK?>^ bSoS., 105 Mid- 
dle (see advt. opp. page 366). 

Rubber Sipi PrittiiiMr OMkU 

SOUTHWORTH BROS., 105 Mid- 
dle (see advt. opp. page 356). 

Safes. 

BABCOCK C. P., 36 Temi^e. 

Bank and saf^ locksmilh. 
BAILEY F. O. fib CO., 18 Exchange. 

Safe il^posit. 

PORTLAND SAFE DEPOSIT 
CO., 87 Exoh'ge, L. D. M. Sweat, 
pres., Wm. Sweat, sec. and treas. 



Sail Jnakera. 

(See also Tents and Awnings.) 
Fickett J. E., 179 Commercial. 
Fowler J. fib J., 7 Commercial whf. 
Lincoln fib Allen, 20 Custom House 

wharf. 
MITCHELL fib FOWLER, 6 Cen- 

Sawyer E. A., 243 1-2 Commercial. 
Waite Albert H., Widgery wharf. 
York J. S. fib Son, 4 Central wharf. 

Salt> IThalesale. 

DANA fib CO., 188 to 192 Com'l. 
Importers of all kinds of Salt and 
Eastern New Ensland Agents for 
Higgins' Eureka Butter Bait and 
Diamond Crystal. 

EMERY JOHN A. fib BRO., 226 
Com'l. Importers and dealers. 

Stevens & Co., 164 Commercial. 

Saws and Saw Oummers* 

CHASE fib SON fib CO., 236 Federal 
(see advt. page 2 fr<mt of book). 

Saw^ Filers. 

Frothlngham Thos., 33 Temple. 
Preble Wm. E., 60 Pearl. 
Schwartz J. C, 99 Market. 

Saw mill. 

Brackett J. L., foot of Preble. 
Scales. 

BAILEY F.O. fib CO., 18 Exchange. 
Schools. 

(See also Business Colleges.) 

High. 

Chase Albro E., prin., 51 Deering. 

Grammar. 
AdanM Marada F. (Shailer), prin., 

1 Davis place. 
Andrews Wm. W. (Butler), prin.> 

258 Spring. 
Carleton A. F. (West), prin., 1008 

Congress. 
Dole Daniel H. (Cumberland St.), 

prin., 146 Cumberiand. 
Files A. H. (North), prin., 217 High. 
MiUiken John A. (Center at.), prin., 

3 Sherman. 
Wilbur Eben W. (Peak's Island), 

prin., 9 Willis. 
Brooks Isabelle (Long Island)^ prin., 

Long Island. 



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MANUFACTURING * OPTICIAN, 

AND DEALEB IN 

All Kinds of Optical Goods and Thermometers. 

ophthalmic Soryeons' orders a Specialty. 

566 Coiifirres8 Street, - Portland, Maine. 



E. J. HARMON & CO., 

'TO'liolesale and Retail Tloriets. 

Flowers Famished for Parties. Faneral Designs a Specialty. 

648 Congress Street. - Portland, Maine. 

Telephone No. 472. 
All orders by mail or telephone will receive prompt attention. 



A40 Congress St., Portland, 

Dealer In Sheet Music, Mnsic Books, 
Musical Instnunents and Merchan- 
dise. Maine Lecture and Musical 
Agency. Entertainments furnished 
Committees, Churches, Lodges and 
Schools. Music famished on all %c- 
casions. Stockbridge Course,i20 En- 
tertainments. City Hall Ticket Office. 



Daniel M. Mannix. C. A. Manniz. 
MANNIX BROTHEMS, 

Dealers in all kinds of 

Granite & Freestone 

Estimates famished for every de- 
scription of Building and Cemetery 
Work. Office and wbrks, 
84 BanoYor St., Portland, Me. 



KNIGHT BROS., 

BRASS FOUNDERS. SHIP PLUMBERS, 

and Coppersmiths, and Manufac- 
turers of Ship, Yacht and Steamboat 
Trimmings, Composition Castings, 
Bolts and Trimmings. 
820 Fore Street, PORTLAND, ME. 

Algernon Knight. Wm.H. Knight. 



HAWKES BROTHERS, 

Dealers in 
Granite for BuUding, Cemetery 

and Monumental Purpo»e». 
Office and Works, foot orwilniot St. 

G«,. E. HaliSi'^'-'^^^' MSftfn J. H.wke.. 
•ar'Speeial atteDtion given to Cemetery 
Work. Ettimatei and Designs fUrnished for 
Monuments, Headstones, etc. 
Telephone 5j»-F. 

Established 1888. Telephone. 

Fred L. Merrill ^& Co., 

Cash and Installment Dealers in 

Watcbes, Clocks, Jewelry, 

Silver Ware A Opera Olasaes. 
151 Federal St., Portland, Me. 

WM. GRAY & SON. 
House, Sign A Ornamental Painting, 

and dealers in 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Bmshes, Win- 
dow Glass, Etc. Agents for the Gov- 
ernment Waterproof Paint. 

307 Fore St., opp. Cnstoni House, 
Portland, Me. 



M. T. 

^SIGN PAINTER AND DECORATOR^ 

Buildings, Wagons and Advertising Signs lettered at short notice. 
Church and Society Banners and Ornamenting a specialty. 

CAMPAIGN WORK A SPECIAI.TY. 
aO TH3MPriB3 8TRH3B3X, - I>OKTIjA.Nr). 



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Will execute all orders for 

FELT COMPOSITION 

And Gravel Roofing:. 
Ofllce No.32 MoNiiieBt 8q.,Por(laBd. 



CHAS. AUGUSTUS CUMMINGS. 

Dealer in 

Stoves, Ranges & Furnaces 

41 BxcliMige St., PortlMid,Me. 

Novelty direct draft and Howard 
indirect draft Furnaces. Glenwood 
B. and New Elmwood Ranges, and 
Parlor Stoves and the Garland Oil 
Stove. 



J. B. HUDSON, 

And Ornamental Painter. 
845 Onmberland St., Portland, Me. 



Maine Asphalt Rooflng& PavingCo. 

AGENTS FOR 

American BitumiDoos Rock Asphalt, 
for Street Paving, Sidewalks, Floors, 
Etc., also Warren's Natural Asphalt 
Roofing Materials. Ofllce 42^^ Ex- 
change St. Store House, Portland 
Pier, Portland, Mb. 
L. W. TiBBitTs, Prei. & Gen. Man. 
A. C. LiBBY. Treaaurer. 



C. P. GRAVES, 

Tuner and Repairer of Pianos, 
Church and Parlor Organn, 

Church Organ Work a specialty, 

114^ Exchange St., Portland, Me. 



NBJLBON TMNNBT A CO,, 

Manufacturers, Jobbers & Retailers of 

Stoves, Ranges & Furnaces, 

Pleeei, stamped A Japainei 
Tinware. 

Agate Ware and Kitchen Furnishing 

Goods. 

No, 100 Exchange St,f 

Jose Block. Portland, Me. 



F. & 0. B. NASH, 

DEALERS IN 

gtoifes, I^aiiges ^ I'lnware, 

AGENTS FOR 

Economy Combination Steam A 

Warm Air Furnaces. 
9M A 890 Pore St.. Portland. Me. 



CHAS. P. DAM, 

Aim MSSS, FAQITE&, 

118 Exchangre St., 

PORTI.AND, . MAINS. 



PerllandShipbaildingCQ. 

Vessels Rebuilt & Repaired With Dispatch. 

Materials Furnished at Reasonable Rates. 
Office 135 Commercial St., Portland, 
Me. Marine Railway and Ship- 
yard at So. Portland. 
John H. Humphrey, Pres. Edmund R. Nor- 
ton, Treas. Nathan R. Dyer, Supt. 



I. D. MERRILL, 

FBACTICAL FLUMBEB. 

Plnmblng Materials, Tin Roofing 
and Oondttctora. 

Jobbing promptly and personally at- 
tended to. 

27 Union St„ - Portland, Me. 



O. H. ROBINSON & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



BOOK, NEWS AND FINE WRITING PAPER. 

Mill Agents for Wrapping Paper, Bags & Twine. 
7 & 9 Moultoii St., and 7 A 16 Market St., PdRTLAND, ME. 



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Sck*ol Fnriiil«r«« 

DONHAM G. M., Oxford Build- 
ing, 185 Middle (see adyt. opp. 
page 364). 

STEVENS & JONES, 198 Middle 
(see advt. front of book). 
Meal Preiwea* 

BENNETT H. B., 401 Fore (see 
advt. opp. pajre 321). 

SOUTH WORTH BROS., 105 Mid- 
dle (see advt. opp. page 356). 
Seed Stores. 

KENDALL & WHITNEY, corner 
Federal and Temple. 

SAWYER W. C. & CO., 9 Preble. 

Seines and Nets* 

Ellsworth James & Co., 14 Long 

wliarf. 
StarUng Moees & Co. (estate), 16 

Castom-hoose wharf. 

Sewiac ]llackines. 

DEMOREST SEWING MA- 
CHINE, J. B. Libbf, agent, 488 
and 490 Congress (see advt. opp. 

DMbfiSTIC AND NEW HOME 
SEWING MACHINE CO.. Geo. 
L. Briggs & Co., managers, 493 
Congress. 

HOUSEHOLD AND STAND- 
ARD SEWING MACHINES, 
H. W. McCansland, agent, 416 
Congress (see adrt. opp. p. 836). 

THE SINGER MANUFACTUR- 
ING CO., M. M. Tatro, manager, 
21 Free. 

THE ATKINSON SEWING MA- 
CHINE, Atkinson House Fur- 
nishing Co., managers, cor. Pearl 
and Middle (see advt. opp. p. 340). 

WHEELER k WILSON AINFG. 
CO., G. G. Ham & Son, agents, 
82 Free. 

WHITE SEWING MACHINE, 
J. R. Libby, agent, 488 and 490 
Congress (see advt. opp. p. 337). 

Seirins niackine Repairer* 

Ohler W. H., 18 Locust. 

Shipbuilders. 

Dyer Joseph H., Franklin wharf. 

PORTLAND SHIPBUILDING 
CO., Jolm H. Humphrey, pres., 
Edmund R. Norton, treas., Na- 
than R. Dyer, supt., 135 Commer- 
cial (see advt. opp. page 360). ' 



Skip ClMndlers. 

Bain C. H., 119 Commercial. 

Cushing & McKenney, 18 Com'l wf. 

JORDAN W. S. & Co., 102 Com'l 
(see advt. opp. page 841). 

Lyman, Son & Co., 175 Coml. 

RYAN & KELSEY, 243 Commer- 
cial. Agts. New Bedford Copper 
Corapanv. 

Sargent, Lord ft SkiUin, 10 and 12 
(commercial wharf. 

WINSLOW J. 8. & CO., 185 Coml. 

Skip Smitks. 

Mayo A. W., Railroad wharf. 
Stanwood Clias. jr.. 272 Commere*!. 
STANWOOD G. M. k CO., 261 to 

265 Commercial. Mannfectnrers 

and dealers in new and 2d-hand 

chains and anchors. 
THE THOS. LAUGHUN CO., 18 

and 20 Center, 184 and 186 Com'L 
Taylor Wm., 74 Commercial. 

Skip Steres. 

Bain C. H., 119 Commercial. 
Cushing & McKenney, 18 Com'l wf. 
JORDAN W. S. & (5o., 102 Com'l 

(see advt. opp. page 341). 
Lyman, Son & Co., 175 Commercial. 
Ryan ft Kelsey, 243 Commercial. 
Sargent, Lord & SkiUin, 10 and 12 

Commercial wharf. 
Skillings Franklin, 89 Commercial. 
WINSLOW J. S. ft Co., 185 Com'l. 

Skip Timker. 

Deering,Win8low ft Co.. 323 Com'l. 

RICHARDSON, WALKER & CO., 
331 Commercial. South^n pine 
timber, plank and boards (see 
advt. opp^page 824). 

Simonton W. H. ft Son, 482 Com'l. 

Skipping llreker* 

True B. S., 871 Fore. 

Skipping €eniniissiener. 

U. S. 
Tukesbnry Clinton L., 374 Fore. 
Skipwrigkts and €alkers. 

Leighton A. K. P. ft Son,288 Com'l. 

Skirt ]XIannf actnrers. 

Custis Chas. ft Co., 648l^ Congress. 

Hatch H. H., 61 Temple. 

OWEN, MOORE ft CO., 506 and 

507 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 33(7). 
Warren G. L., 276 Middle. 



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Sh«dd7 Stock and XfmoU 

White James, 2 and 3 Portland p!er. 

Show Case IVIannfaclnrerB. 

BAILEY F. O. & CO., 18 Exchange. 

Slate and Slaters. 

BOURNE M. B, & SON, 33 Temple. 
All orders promptly attended to. 
Winship C, 81 Cotton. 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Carney James, 10 Fox. 
tiunt Frank D. & Co., 561 Comm'l. 
Nixon Edward, 41 Greenleaf. 
Nixon Geo. W. S., 78 Anderson. 

Soda and Mineral Heaters. 

Casco Bottling Co., 88 Plum. 
INUALLS BROS., 17 Preble. 
Murdoch & Freeman, 7 Franklin. 
THE T.WITCHELL-CHAMPLIN 
CO., head Merrill's wharf. 

Soda Syrups, Mnfrs. 

INGALLS BROS., 17 Preble. 
JEWELL M. A. & CO., 444 and 
448 Fore. 

Solder and ]>ie IForks. 

liANG E. M. & CO., 71 Kennebec 
(see advt. opp. page 336). 

Stakles. 

Bates E. N., 503 Commercial. 
Babbidge Bros., 2 and 4 Cushman. 
Brown Wm. C, 190 Federal. 
Clark J. B. k Sons, 89 Tyng. 
FERNALD & SAWYER, rear 697 

Congress <8ee advt. opp. p. 320). 
Goodwin Eugene, 4 Cnsnman. 
GOOLD H. P. S., rear 7 Monument 

square. Successor to H. S. Clay. 
Green Henry & Co., 64 Pine. 
HASTY EDWARD, 12 Green (see 

advt. opp. page 320). 
Holland H. L, 11 Silver. 
Jewell Chas. L., 39 Green. 
Larrabee D. F., 61 India. 
Lee John H., 101 Clark. 
LeGrow B. A., 29 Preble. 
Libby E. S., 836 Cumberland. 
Hbby J. F.,20Preble. 
LORD ISAIAH, 25 Sliver. 
Manstield £., 8 La&yette. 



Maxwell F. A., 34 Preble. 

Murray Bros., 81 Franklin (sale and 

exchange). 
Paquet P., rear 39% India. 
RANDALL S. E„ 8 and 10 Chests 

nut. Good teams at reasonable 

rates. 
Rose George, 309 St. John. 
Rounds M. S., 10 Boyd. 
Sawyer A. G., 172 Federal. 
Seeley S. R., 68 India. 
Soule' A. & Son, 5 Avon place. 
Spofford H. P., 10 Plum. 
Sweetser Isaac, rear 121 Green. 
TAYLOR H. L., 68 Oak (see advt. 

opp. page 320). 
Thomas (J. E., 84 Lafayette. 
Thompson H. M., 79 Preble. 
WILSON NATHANIEL J., 200 

Federal. Livery, boarding and 

baiting. 

Stair Builders. 

(See also Carpenters.) 
ALLEN W. A., foot Preble (see 

advt. page 1 front of book). 
DUl A. D., 17 Cotton. 
Doten S. H. & A. R., 494 to 504 Fore. 
STAPLES W. M. & CO., 499 Fore. 

Posts, rails and balusters to order. 
York G. W., 19 Cotton. 



Stationery. 

(See also Books and Stationery.) 
LOWELL A. W., 518 Congress (see 

advt. opp. p£^e 329). 
OWEN, M0(5rE & CO., 505 and 

607 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 837). 



Steamboat liines, Casco 
Bay. 

CASCO BAY STEAMBOAT CO., 
J. B. Curtis, president, C. W. T. 
Goding, gen. manager, J. F. Lis- 
comb, treasurer. Steamers FOR- 
EST CITY, FOREST QUEEN, 
EMITA and CADET, to Ever- 

Keen Forest City and Trefethen's 
kudines (Peaks Island), Great 
and Little Diamond and Long 
Islands, about thirty trips daily 
during the summer, and seven 
trips daily during the winter. 
Xeavo Custom Honse wharf. (See 
advt. front of book.) ^ 



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Stl 



HARPSWELL STEAMBOAT CO., 

Isaiah Daniels, managers, Stmr. 
MERRYCONEAG, Capt. James 
li. Long, and CHEBEAGUE, 
Capt. I. W. Bryan. lOr Long 
Island, Little Chebeagne, Great 
Chebeague and Harpswell, fonr 
trips d^lj, for Bailey's and Orrs 
Island, three trips daily daring 
the snmmer, during balance or 
year one trip daily. 

FALMOUTH- FORESIDE 

: STEAMBOAT CO., J. P. Bax- 
ter, pres., A. H. Waita, manager, 

: steamer ALICE, Capt. Benj. M. 
Seabiiry, for Falmouth Foreside 
four trips, and Yarmouth Fore- 
side two trips daily {Sundays ex- 
cepted), during the summer. 
Leaves Portland pier. 

Steamer PHANTOM, Capt. H. B. 
Townsend, for Freeport, touch- 

• ing at Chebeaguci Cousen's and 
Littlejohn's Islands. Two trips 
daily during July and August. 
During balance of vear one trip 
daily . LeavciK Portland pier. 

DIAMOND ISLAND TRANS- 
PORTATION CO. Stmr. ISIS, 
Capt. John P. Webber, to Dia- 
mond Island, nine trips daily 
during season of 1891. Leaves 
Bumnam wharf. 

Steam JBiRifiMes* 

CHASE & SON & CO., 286 Federal 

(see advt. pa^e 2 fh>nt of book). 
Jones &, Hitchmgs, 470 Fore. 
Plummer C. M. & H. T., 48 Union. 
PORTLAND CO., 68 Fore (see 

advt. front of book). 
SCANLON & CO., 98 Preble (see 

advt. opp. page 837). 
STICKNEY OIL BURNER CO., 

57 Union (see advt. opp. p. 836). 

Steam Heatinj^. 

(See Hot Water & Steam Heating.) 

Steam & Vacnnin Oanges. 

BARBOUR J. & E. R., 8 and 10 Ex- 
change. Gauges repaired and 
tested. 

BLAKE W. L. & CO., 109 and 111 
Comm'l. Repairing a specialty. 

Stencil Cotter. 

BENNETT H. B., 401 Fore (see 
advt. opp. page 821). 



Stenayraphers. 

BARROWS CHARLES O., 80 Ex- 
change (see advt. opp. page 268 
and on back cover). 

BIBBER JULIA MISS, Casco 
bank, 195 Middle. 

Rollins F. C, 98 Exchange. 

RUMERY S. D., cor. Middle and 
Exchange. 

SAWYER A. L. MISS, Brown 
block, 537 Congress. Teacher oz 
short hand ana typewriting. 

Stenosrapkeniy Canrt* 

Barrows C. O., 80 Exchange. 
Hayden J. A., 896 Congress. 
Small A. H., clerk of courts office. 
Small Reuel, Clerk of Courts office. 

Step liadders. 

TYLER M. H. & CO., 504 Fore. 
Mnfrs. of Tyler's combination 
step ladder. 

Stane Cutters. 

See Marble Workers and Granite 
Workers.) 

Staae ITarkers' Taaki. 

COREY E. & CO., 195 and 197 
Conmiercial. Granite Workers, 
and Miners' Tools. 

Storage. 

Dryden John, 4 Gait blk., Coraml. 
Gait Block Ware house Co., 26 Com- 
mercial. 
Grand Trunk Elevator. Gait's whf. 

Stores^ Farnace«9 Tinnrare^ 

AKELEY & WILSON. 88 Exch'ge. 
Agents for Highland ranges and 
parlor stoves. 

ALEXANDER A. R., 22 Monu- 
ment square, agent Kohler and 
Etna furnaces. 

ATKINSON HOUSE FURNISH- 
ING CO., headquarters Portland, 
cor. Middle ana Pearl; branches 
at Biddeford, Auburn, Rockland. 
Bangor, Gardiner, Norway and 
Waterville, Bath and Old Town 
(see advt. opp. page 340>. 

Brown J. K.. 49 Franklin. 

CUMMINGS C. A., 41 Exchange 
(see advt. opp. page f 



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Stores, Farnaces^ Tinware , 
etc., continaed. 

Crocker C. H., 225 Federal. 

El well M. P., 235 Federal. 

Fitzfferald Bros., 5 Washington. 

FOSS T. F. & SONS, 111 and 113 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. 828). 

HOOPER ORBN, SON & LEIGH- 
TON, corner Congress and Pearl 
(see advt. opp. page 3)24). 

Mulnix Andrew, 109 Center. 

NASH F. & C. B., 386 and 390 Fore. 
Steam and Hot Air Furnaces (sec 
advt. opp. page 369). 

NASH O. M. & X>. W., 6 Exchange. 
Hot- Air Fumaces,Stoves,Range8, 
&c. 

Richardson Bros., 7 Exchange. 

STOCKBRIDGE L. W. & CO., 317 
St. John. Dealers in stoves, fur- 
naces and tinware ; also plumbers. 

TENNEY NELSON & CO., 100 
Exchange. Stoves, Furnaces and 
Tinware (see advt. opp. page 369). 

SfTem, nianafactarers. 

PORTLAND STOVE FOUNDRY 
CO., 47 to 55 Kennebec. 

Sasar ]XIannfactorie«. 

Eagle Sugar Refinery, Geo. S. Hunt 
& Co., agents, 169 Commercial. 

Forest City Sugar Refining Co., 
Geo. S. Hunt, treas., 165 Com'l. 

Suspender manufactory. 

Portland Suspender Co., 135 Middle 

Tailors, lllercliant. 

ALLEN & CO., 204 Middle, comer 
Plum (see advt. front of book). 

Card W. L., 46 Free. 

Chesley C. H., agt., 205^ Middle. 

Cornish Kros., 249 Middle. 

Dyer C, 267 Middle. 

Foristal T. H. E., 385 Congress. 

GriflBn Alpheus, 376 Fore. 

GROSSTUCK F. W., 10 Free. 

HASKELL & JONES, Lancaster 
building, 470 Congress. 

Heald T. G. (Manfirs. agt.), 17 Mon- 
ument sq. 

KohUng W. H., 472 Congress. 

Leighton H. C. 199% Middle. 

Leighton W. M. & Co,, 278 Middle. 

Lew Joseph, 379% Congress. 

Lunt F. T. & Co., 236ya Middle. 

Mathias S., 90 Exchange. 



McLaughlin J. A., 506i Congress. 
Murphy J. H.,cor. Fore and Uidon. 
Nausen M. M, 5u2 Congress. 
Nickerson A. A., 5481/2 Congress. 
Peterson & Jensen, 11 Temple. 
Sheldon W. T., 228^ Middle. 
Tolford J. M.. 20 Free. 
Waterhouse S. & Sons, 369 Fore. 
White I., 266i Middle. 
Young L. C, 496% Congress. 

Talloir. 

BELKNAP C. W. & SON, 249 and 

251 Commercial. 
CONLBY JOHN & SON, 83 and 85 

Commercial. 

Tanners* 

Casco Tanning Co., 170 Green. 
MITCHELL WM. W. (Portland P. 

O.), Deerlng bridge. 
Winslow F. D., c. Alder and Ported. 

Taxidermists. 

DANIELS LINCOLN C, junction 
Free and Middle (see advt. opp. 
page 365). 

Jordan Chas. F., 605 Congress. 

Urquhart A. C, 23 Oxford- 
Tea Stores. 

Gould H. P., 554 Congress. 

Union Pacific Tea Co., 551 Cong. 

Telesrapii Ofllees. 

Commercial Union, 15 Exchange. 
Mutual Union, 884 Fore. 
WESTERN UNION, 26 Bxch««igo, 
471 Congress, and R. R. depots. 

Telephones* 

SUNDERLAND MAINE TELE- 
PHONE CO., Oxford bldg., 185 
Middle (see advt. front of book). 

THE NEW ENGLAND TELE- 
PHONE & TELEGRAPH CO., 
office 19 Exchange. 

Tents. 

(See Awnings.) 

Threshiuff machines, Horse 

Powers. Corn, Bone and 

Paint Mills. 

CHASE ft; SON & CO., 286 Feder- 
al (see advt. p. 2 front of book). 



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Ticket Asencies* 

Buck W. D., 272 Middle. 

Davis John J., 50 Exchanf^e.- 

McOOWAN T. P., 418 Congrew, 
agent for Canard, Allan, Inman, 
Monarch, Grerman Lloyd, Warren, 
Dominion and Anchor Steamship 
Lines. 

UNION TICKET OFFICE, C. P. 
Waldron, manager, 40 Exchange, 
Boston & Maine and Maine Cen- 
tral Railroads. 

Tin and Ir«M ITerlcer** 

(See also StoTcs, fcc.) 
Gerrish J. J. k Co., 41 Com'l. 
Rowe & McBrady, 229 Federal. 
Scott W. H., 29, 31 and 33 Union. 

Tinamitiia. 

(See also Stoves, ftc.) 
Hanson A., 578 Congress. 
Tracy John, 505 Fore. 

T«bitcc«iiiats. 

(See also Cigars.) 
Bradley John £., 191 Congress. 
Carey Thomas, 268 Middle. 
Cogf^ns W. F., 17 Pearl. 
Cox John, 560 Congress and 23 Mon- 

nm^it tqaare. 
Currier Geo. E., 257 Federal. 
DELAVINA F., 178 Middle. 

Also Manufacturer of cigars. 
Foden E. G.. 364 Fore. 
Goold W. F., 406 Congress. 
Hermandez John, 125 Commercial. 
Homsted George L., 8 U. S. Hotel. 
Kirsch W., 506 Congress. 
Marsh A. P., 175 Mid. and 68 Exc. 
Perry C. C, 1 CommerciaL 
Ryan J. U., 237 Congress. 
Williams Chas. E., 219 Middle. 

Toilet ««o4s* 

OWEN, MOORE & CO., 505 and 
507 Cong, (see adrt. opp. p. 337). 

Central Wharf Tow Boat Co., 179 
Commercial. 

T«7». 

Cushman I. D. & Son, 227 Middle, 

and 4 Temple. 
DAY CHARLES, 644 Congress. 

Jobber of fancy goods and toys. 



Hmdson George, 671 Congress. 
Merrill A. B.. 247 Congress. 
OWEN, MOORE & CO., 605 and 
607 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 337). 

Tripe and Pi^'s Feet. 

BELKNAP C. W. ft; SON, 249 and 
251 Commercial. 

Tmalu, TaiiMa, See, 

Brackett J. L. & Co., 265 Middle. 
Broad G. B. & Co., 212 Federal. 
Fay F. R., agent, 55 Middle. 
JORDAN J. ft; B., 491 Congress. 
Reynolds E. D., 556 Congress. 

Trpe ITritias IHaehinea. 

BARROWS C. O., 30 Exchange 
(see advt. opp. page 263 and on 
bade cover). 

CORSON E. H., 507% Congress* 
ffenM agent for Maine and New 
Tlarapsnire for Merritt & Cran- 
dall Vp^writers (see advt. opp. 
page 321). 

Rolling F. C 98 Exchange. 

SAWYER A. L. MISS. Brown 
block. 637 Congress. Teacher of 
shorthand and typewriting. 

Umbrella Makers and Re- 
pairem. 

Oilman I.V., 25 Preble. 
Hatch H. H., 51 Temple. 

Undertakers. 

CUSHMAN & TASKER, success- 
ors to Morse & Bunce, 191 Fed- 
eral (see opp. page 324). 

ILSLEY BROS., corner Federal 
and Temple. 

MARTIN JAMES A., 123 Exch'ge. 

McDonough B. E., 116 Exchange. 

RICH S. S. k SON, 106 Exchange. 

Tobin Bros., 241 Federal. 

Uphelaterers. 

(See also Furniture.) 

COREY WALTER CO., 28 Free 
(see advt. opp. page 337). 

DEANR & COLLEY, 46 Exchange. 

FRAZIER WM. B., 206 Federal. 
Manufacturing and Repairing of 
Parlor Furniture. 

HOOPER OREN, SON & LEIGH- 
TON, comer Congress and Pearl 
(see advt. opp. page 324). 



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irpkolsterers, e«nUnaedl. 

McDonnell T. H. & Co., 102 Exch. 
TIBBETTS FRANK P. & CO., 4 & 

6 Free (see advt. opp. page 328). 
Winslow W. H. & Co., 163 Federal. 

irpk«UteiT 0««dB. 

ATKINSON HOUSE FURNISH- 
ING CO., headquarters Portland, 
cor. Pearl and Middle. Branch- 
es at Biddeford. Auburn, Rock- 
land, Bangor, Gardiner, Norway 
Waterville, Bath and Old Town 

^ (see adyt.opp. pas:e 340). 

]6AILEY H. /. & CO., 190 Middle 
(see advt. opp. page 329). 

COREY WALTER & CO., 28 Free 
(see advt. opp. page 387). 

DEANE & COLLEY. 46Exchaiip:e. 

FOSS T. F. & SONS, 111 and 113 
Exchange (see advt. opp. p. 828). 

HOOPER DAVID & CO., 233 
Middle. 

HOOPER OREN, SON & LEIGH- 
TON, comer Congress and Pearl 
(see advt. opp. nage 324). 

OWEN, MOORE & CO., 605 and 
507 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 337). 

TIBBETTS FRANK P.& c6.. 4 and 
6 Free (see advt. opp. page 328). 

Winslow W. H. & Co., 163 Federal. 

U. 9, JBxaminins tiurgemwu, 
]S«ard •€ • 

A. O. Shaw, pros. ; William 08good> 
sec.; C. O. Hunt, treas.; 44 Free. 

Variety. 

GiUis Wm. A., 931 Congress. 
Gould H. P., 568 Congress. 
Lamson R. & Co., 783 Congress. 
McGuire Annie, 69 Washington. 
Morse W., 578 Congress. 

Vamisk IflaBafactnrers. 

FULLER AUGUSTUS P. & CO., 
482 Fore. Fine coach varnishes 
and lubricating oils. 

LING EDWARD E., 11 Silver (see 
advt. back of book). 

Veterinary Snryeoiu. 

Bailey George H., 1 Pine. 

Cousins S. S., 9 Silver. 

Huntington F. W., 12 Green. 

MAXWELL EBEN, 34 Preble. 
Medicines for Horses. Cows, and 
Sheep. Oldest veterinary in Me. 



Tiaieirar* 

Pettengill E. D. & Co., 50 York. 

Watcliesy Clocks, JTewelrr 
and Jeirelers' Gaods* 

Berry Ira jr., 48 Exchange. 
BOYNTON RANDOLPH H., 647 

Congress, watches, clocks and 

jewelry. 
CARTER BROS., 621 Congress. 

Watches, Jewelry & Silverware. 
GRIFFEN GEO. H., 509 Congress. 

Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, 

Silverware, etc. 
Harmon Geo. A., 613 Congress. 
LAMSON CHAS. H., 177 Middle 

(see advt. front of book). 
MERRILL FRED L. &, CO., 151 

Federal (see advt. opp. p. 868). 
MERRILL J. A. & CO., 508 Cong. 

Idilitarv and Masonic Goods (see 

advt. opp. page 337). 
PENDEXTER E. S., 561 Congress 

(see advt. opp. page 360). 
SCHRYVER SOLOMON, 496 Con- 



SENTER WM. & CO, 61 Exchange. 
Chronometers and Nautical In- 
struments (see advt. opp. p. 841). 

SWETT E. C. & CO., 672 CongresB. 
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

TODD W. F., 431 Congress. Dia- 
monds, Watches and Jewelry. 

IVatckes and IVatck Re- 
pairing. 

(See also Watches, Clocks, etc.) 
Jewett W. H. & Co., 604 Congress. 
Johnson H., 214 Federal. 
McDonald F. H., 227 Spring. 
Sargent F. E., 485 Congress. 

VFatckes and Jewelry JTeb- 
kers. 

Mansfield W. W. & Co., 96 Exch. 
IValck Werk. 

WALKER A., 51 Temple. Watch 
work for the trade at trade list 
prices. 

W^NTWORTH A. M., 648*^ Con- 
gress. For the trade only. 

Heater Beats. 

Haskell N., Portland pier. 
Willard B. J.. 69 Commercial. 

UTater Metem, ISKmtrmm 

BELKNAP MOTOR CO., 22 Exoh. 



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316 



l^ater WiMebi, TnrMac. 

BELKNAP MOTOR CO., 22 Exch. 

CHASE & SON & CO.. 236 Feder- 
al (see adrt^p. 2 front of book). 

8CANLON & CO., 98 Preble (see 
advt. opp. page 387). 

DTest India O«oil«, Im- 
porters. 

Allen Frank E., 3 Moulton. 

Churchill E. & Co , 208 Com'l. 

HUNT GEO. S. & CO., 169 Com'l. 
Sugars and Molasses, and cooper- 
age stock. 

DTkite liead lllaiinfact'rs. 

(See-also Paints and Oils.) 
BURGESS, FOBES & CO., 106 to 
112 Commercial (see advt. opp. 
-page S15). 

irindow Shades and Cur- 
^ tain Fixtures. 

BAILEY & NOYES, 56 and 58 Ex- 
change. 

HVindow Siiades and ]>ra- 
perles^ IHnfrs. 

(See also Upholstery Goods.) 

ATKINSON HOUSE FURNISH- 
ING CO., headquarters Portland, 
cor. Middle and Pearl, branches 
at Biddeford, Auburn, Rockland, 
Bangor, Gardiner Norway, Wa- 
terville, Bath and Old Town (see 
advt. opp. p. 340). 

BATCffiELDERC.H.,402 Congress. 

, Shades fitted to all sizes of Win- 
dows. 

OWEN, MOORE & CO., 505 and 
507 Cong, (see advt. opp. p. 337). 

IVindow and ]>«or Screens. 

Batchelder C. H., 402 Congress. 
BURROWES E. T. & CO., 11 and 

18 Spring. 
Portland Screen Co. , 60 to 66 Union. 

Wind Mills. 

CHASE & SON & CO., 236 Feder- 
al (see advt. p. 2 front of book). 

Wmmd, Coal and Hay. 

Johnson Randall, 61 Commercial. 



W««d Pulp. 

RERUN MILLS CO., Berlin whf. 

(see advt. opp. page 345). 
OTIS FALLS PULP COMPANY, 

C. A. Brown, pros., Hugh J. 

Chisholm, treas., office 390 Cong. 

W««d Pnlp and Paper B«x 
Boards. 

Androscoggin Pulp Co., 890 Cong. 
Sebago Wood Board Co., 890 Cong. 
Umbagog Pulp Co., 89j Congress. 

Wood Pnlp Ware. 

United Indurated Fibre Co., 890 
Congress Jesse Peterson, pres., 
Geo. S. Winn, treas. and clerk. 

Wood Tnmins. 

ALLEN W. A., foot Preble (see 
advt. page 1 front of book). 

FARRINGTON & MANN, Kenne- 
bec, foot of Hanover (see advt. 
page 1 front of book). 

GILLIATT J. S., 6 Brackett's mill, 
foot Preble. 

Wood Working machinery. 

SCANLON & CO., 98 Preble (see 
advt. opp. page 337). 

Wood Work, Planing, Saw- 
ias, Molding, Turn- 
ing, Aec. 

ALLEN W. A., foot Preble (see 
advt. page 1 front of book). 

Bar Mills Lumber Co., Kennebec. 

BURROWES J. W., Kennebec, 
foot Preble (see advt. front of 
book). 

DELANO PLANINCJ MILL CO., 
484 to 488 Fore. 

DOTEN S. H. & A. R., 494 to 504 
Fore and 279 Commercial. 

FARRINGTON & MANN, Kenne- 
bec, foot of Hanover (see advt. 
page 1 front of book). 

HOWARD C. H. & CO., Kenne- 
bec, fbbt ^»reble (see advt. front 
ofbook). , ^^ 

McDonald C. J. & Co., 64 and 56 
York. 

Wooden W^are. 

KENDALL & WHITNEY, comer 

Federal and Temple. 
Sawyer W. C. & Co., 9 Preble. 



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Winalow F. D., cor. Portland and 
Alder. 

W««leMB and Tailors' 
Trimnaiass. 

(See also Dry and Fancy Goods, 

wholesale.) 
Chadboom & Kendall, 229 Middle 
and 12 Temple. 



l¥reach«8. 

DIAMOND WRBNCH AND 
TOOL CO., office and factory, 
2»1 Ck>nimerclal. 

Yeasty Cainpr«fla«d. 

FLEISCHMANN & CO.'S COM- 
PRESSED YEAST, State agen- 
cy, 228 Federal. 



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Seventeen mUei N. N. E. of Portland. On Sewall's stage-line fh)m N. Yar- 
mouth station, on Grand Trunk Railroad, to Durham. Formerly part of 
Freeport. Incorporated 171st town, March 8, 18()8. Population— 1850, 
1072; 1860,1063; 1870,981; 1880, 874; 1890. 712. Valuation, 1860- Polls, 
264; Estates, $346,889; 1870— Polls, 264; Estates, $878,866; 1880— Polto, 
249; Estates, $303,486; 1890— Polls, 287; Estates, $305,465. 

J»o##ja«*f«r#— True Warren ; FFes«. Walter Libby ; North, L. F. Sawyer. 

Setecttmem^Freeport P. O., S. D. Stetson; C. S. Snow; W. Durham 
P. O., E. O. Tyler. 

V&HfH Cierh^FreepoH P. O., S. D. Stetson. 
, Vreaawurer, C^tieeior mud Cotutmbte—J. A. Snow. 

Schoot CommiiieeS. Jl, Yosmus, (North); G. S. Snow, J. T. Law- 
rence (West). 

Boara of Meatih—3, A. Yosmus, see., H. B. True, L S. Brown. 

Cter^^meMt—Vacsuit, Cong. ; vacant, F, Bap. ; North, vacant, Afeth, 

M'M^sifiiaM— North, S. A. Yosmus. All. 

JToiarg— Albert W. Larrabee, Mar. 19, 1891. 

jH»iiee»—B€iJij. True, June 28, 1889; Albert W. Larrabee, Aug. 22, 
1890. Quorum: A. W. Larrabee, Dedimns. 

JfTerehani*— True Warren, general stores; Alro^ Noyes, pianos and 
organs; West, Libhy k Dow; North, L. F, Sawyer, E. J. Randall, general 
stores. 

JitaHMfacitwerM—'tme Warren, I. T. Mclntire, boots and shoes; T. S. 
Reed, Chas. U. Hodsdon ft Son ( Yarmouth ville P. O.), granite; North,- 
Llew^yn A. Sawyer, harnesses: Mark Fickett. smith; Enoch Shaw, lum 
ber; West, R. Sklllin, smith; Freeport P. O., Fred C. Goddard, carriages 
and smith. 

Station aiut Xx»re»» •MgeHi—West—O. T. R. R., Fred N. Jordan. 

Xatt—Mallet Halt, A. Newton, agent. 

•€»»o>tM9~-S. of T., Mountain Echo, Tues. North— U. O. O. C„ Loyal, 
No. 269. 2d and 4th Mon. K. of P., Diamond, No. 61, Thurs. /. O. Q. T. 
—Silver Star, No. 341, Sat. 



Twenty miles N. of Portland. On stage-line from Portland to Bridgton; 
also on stage-lines A*om Gray on MT i). R. R., and New Gloucester on 
G. T. R. First settled bv Cfapt. Joseph Dingley, 1771. Incorporated 
the 146th town, June 21, 1803. Named after Capt. William Raymond, 
who had the grant in 1767 for himself and company, in consideration of 
services in the Canada expedition, under Sir W. Phipps. Contains 86,000 
acres. First represented: in general court in 1310, Dy Samuel Leach. 
First church/ F. Bap., gathered in 1792. Town of Casco taken off in 1841. 



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OtTHBEBLAND COUNTY. 377 

Population— 1790, 345; 1860, 1192; 1860, 1229; 1370, 1120; 1880, 1132; 1890, 
927. Valuation, 1860— Polls. 274; Estates, $167,260; 1870— Polls, 805; Es- 
tates, $229,121; 1880-Poll8, 284; Estates, $227,213; 1890— Polte, 266 ; Es- 
tates, $^2,351. 
' JPo«#MMK«#er«— £. A. Plummer; East, Henry J. Lane; North, AlAred 
Wilson. 
Seleeimek—^. A. Plummer; North, C. M. Wilson,