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President Abraham Lincoln is assassinated, Whitefield native Jonathan Scammon is chosen as a pallbearer to his friend, the great President. Dear sir - I dont know as you ever let any of your instruments, but it is no harm to ask. The Gardiner Reporter says: Joseph Mooney of Whitefield is selling apples to John Dumphy for his saloon customers.Scammons son and Lincolns son would later form a law partnership. This society has 25 active and 8 associate members. I didnt know but I would try and hire a violin of you, if you did, if I can get it reasonable. If I should get one for a year I would return it as I took it, of course. One (apple) weighs a pound and very few out of a bushel weigh less. Some time ago a ledge was discovered on the farm of Elbridge Moody in Whitefield, which was thought to contain gold, and specimens of he surface rock was sent to Nevada and essayed (sic) .A photographer aboard the ship Nightingale in Plover Bay, Russia snaps a picture of its captain, Charles Melville Scammon and his wife Susan and crew of geologists, biologists and surveyors all ready for their work of raising the first Western Union Telegraph line in Siberia. Smith of Gardiner, to Litchfield Corner, on Friday, and finally overtaken at Durham on Saturday forenoon, and the horse secured, but the thief made his escape by taking to the woods Mr. Rev Alfreda Brewster, State evangelist, preached from Oct. I would take either of them good violins and in one year could improve it wonderfully, because I should keep it to the letter A. I will give you a dollar at the end of the year if you want to let the best one, or next to it and if you dont say I have improved the tone, I will throw in a quarter more. Marcus Howe of Whitefield, died very suddenly on Sunday last. The professor has a reputation of being a very fine speaker. On Wednesday night of last week, the store of Tarr & Douglass, at Turners Corner,was broken into, and goods consisting of tobacco, prints, sheeting, mens boots, ladies shoes and rubbers and cash in the amount of 0 ( in 2005 dollars) or there abouts was stolen. It would have been a good thing for John to have given them a blue pill to have quieted them for a spell. The samples sent gave .23 in gold and 98 cents in silver to the ton. Moody with some of his neighbors through whose farms the ledge runs, propose to work into the ledge and see what they can do with it.
The new survey contemplated a road direct from King's Mills, almost in a bee line to the National Military Asylum. The estimated cost of the road (3 feet narrow gauge) rolling stock, depots, does not exceed ,000 per mile. They have chosen for Capt., Jonathan Norris and for 1 annual picnic on the grounds near the church on Wednesday August 16.National Band will furnish the music, and if the weather is stormy, the affair will take place the next fair day. Preble and Turner sawed two thousand feet of hemlock boards with their new mill, one day last week, in two hours and ten minutes, with a 52 inch circular saw driven by a 36 inch Burnham Wheel, under a ten foot head.
This will make the distance by the road from Augusta to King's Mills 13 3-4 miles, cutting off five miles of the old plan, and making the grading, bridging, much less expensive. The distance from Augusta to Wiscasset is about 26 miles. Leonard, evangelist, have been blessed at King's Mills, Whitefield, in the conversion of sinners, reclaiming of backsliders, and in the general building up of the cause of Christ." in 2005 dollars). 1883- " The most interesting, perhaps the most enchanting business man to take part in trading activities in this community (Coopers Mills) was Commander James Robbins.
is published and illustrated by Charles Melville Scammon, son of former Whitefield selectman and tax assessor, Eliakam Scammon. In 1883 he opened a jewelry repair shop in a small building west of the present Birch residence.
On Friday last, Michael Skehan, a farmer in Whitefield was killed by an Irish pauper named Thomas Ward, who was in the keeping of Skehan.
They were both at work clearing up a piece of land, and at the usual hour Ward made his usual appearance driving the cows home, and having put them in the yard, he disappeared and has not since been seen.
* Augusta has 12 papers published : Gospel Banner, Kennebec Journal, Maine Farmer, Home Farm, The New Age, Peoples Literary Companion, Vickerys Fireside Visitor, Illustrated Family Herald, Trues Illustrated Magazine & Home Companion. Consequently there are still an uncollected balance of about two hundred dollars on the tax book of 1882. In 1820 there were upon the several falls upon the Sheepscot in this town nine sawmills and four grist-mills.