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FARMERS' ALMANAC,.. 

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Business Direetif>ry, 



-FOR- 



1898. 



Being secx>nd after bissextile, or leap vear, and ckuiiBg the one 
hundred and twenty-second, and begrinnin^ ^he one 
hundred and twenty- third year of the.Jpde- 
pendence of the United States. • ^ 



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North; long. 4^43' East from the Napyal 
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BURLINGTON, VT. 

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I ITAI^TOSr REGISTER COIVIPAJTr, 

\ PUBLISHERS OF 

^ WALTON'S VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE 

REGISTERS. 
Copyright, 1897, by the Walton Begiiter G>. 

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^S^CUi OF THB CAUITDAR, B0LIPBB8, KTC. 



foil VHE YEAR 190t». 

ChTonologrical Cjclev, 1909. 

GoldHfi NaoU^r, 111 Solar Cycle, SIELoman Indiotiun, I 

~ " * 7 Dcuninical Letter, 5| Julian Period, 661 



. Charactem of tlie Planets. 



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Mercury. IH^ Jupiter. 

Venus. h Saturn. 

^ Mari. |iji Uranus. 



Clitfracf«ir» of the Siflrn* oi the Zckllac* 



*fWtL^& Blfl.^H, 



1 T Aries. tTi^ Ram. ^ 7 iii Libra, the Scales. 180 

S y Taunii:tri6 BtiiL 30 ° '" " '- *» - ° '— 



3 n a«Miiiiit.tl3f Twill*. 60 

fl M VkgOj tbo Virgiu. 160 



5 n Lfw, tb» l.i«a. 120 

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AUTUMir sioirs. 



8 it[ Scorpio, tlie Scorpion. 21( 

9 / Sagittarius, the Archer. 24 

WINTER siGirs. 

10 V> Capricorn us, the Qoat. 27 

11 ^ Aquarius, Water bearer. 30 

12 X Pisces, the Fishes. .30 



Aspects, 

d Cocy iiiii jirHi, or haring the same longitude or right ascension. 

O Q,utidi*iA*iifii, or illlfering 90° in longitude or right ascension. 

g QppoaiLflufirrir dilfering 180° in longitude or right ascension. 

3*: Seitif*, ot dirTsrlng 60° in longitude or right ascension. 



Abbreviations* 



Q Asceii^lflg'Knde. o Degrees 

fj De&cmftliliK KodiJ. ^ Minutes of Arc. 

IL Worthy »^ " ^^ Seconds of Arc. 

S, Sotitb. m. Minutes of Time. 

M. ICAflt . s. Seconds of Time. 

W. iVlMt. 



Cominen cement of tlie four Seasons. 

EnBtern Standard Time. 

Vernal E^dinox^Sprlng begins, March 20th, 9h, 6m, A. M. 
autnmer SolJticre— Sunimer begins, June 2lBt. 5h, 7m, A. M. 
Aqtumnal Eqnfnox—Aatumn begins. Sept 22d, 7h, 85m, P. M. 
Wl&ter SoUtic«— Winter begins, Dec. 21st, Ih, 69m, P. M. 



MOYABLK FESTIVALS, FASTS, E0UP8ES, XTO. 



Rogation Sunday, 


Hay 16 


Holy Thursday, 
Whit Sunday, 


" 19 


« 29 


Trinity Sunday, 


June 6 


Corpus Christi, 


«• 9 


St. John, Baptist, 


« 24 


Ist Sunday in Advent, 


Nov. 27 


Christmaa Day, 


Dec 25 



I*ixed and movable Festivals. 

Septuageslma Sunday, Feb. 6 1 
Quinqaagesima— Shrove Sun- 1 

day, " 20 1 

Aah Wednesday, " 23 1 

1st Sunday in Lent, ** 27 ( 

Palm Sunday, ^ April 3 i 

Good Friday, " 8 I 

Baster Sunday, " 10 ( 

Low Sunday, " 17 

Mornlncr and Evening- feitars. 

Yenus will be morning star til Feb. 15 ; and then evening star until 
December 1 ; and then morning star again the rest of the year. 
Mars is morning star all through this year. Jupiter will be morn- 
ing star till March 25; then evening star till Oct. 13; and then morn- 
ing star the remainder of the year. Saturn is morning star imtil 
May 30; t hen evening star until Dec. 6; and then morning star to 
the end of the year. 

Eclipses, 1899. 

[Eastern Standard Time.] 
In the year 1898 there will be six eclipses, three of the sun and 
three of the moon. 

I. A partial eclipse of the moon January 7; visible gener- 
ally in the eastern parts of Korth America, in South Amer- 
ica, Europe. Africa and Asia. At "White River Junction It 
will be visible as follows : Moon enters penumbra 7d, 4h, 
59m, p. m.; moon enters shadow 7d, 6h, 48m, p. m ; middle 
of eclipse 7d, 7h, 35m, p. m.; moon leaves shadow 7d, 8h, 23m, 
p. m.; moon leaucs penumbra 7d, lOh, 11m, p. m. First con- 
tact of shadow 169 degrees from north point of the moon^s 
limb toward the east. Magnitude of eclipse=0.157 (moon^s 
diameter =1.0). 

II. A total eclipse of the sun January 22; invisible in 
America. Visible to Eastern Europe, the greater part of 
Asia and Africa, and to the northern part of the Indian 
Ocean— the line of totality running through the Chinese 
Empire, India, and Kastern Africa. 

III. A partial eclipse of the moon July 3; invisible to 
North America, but visible generally in Europe, Asia and 
Africa. 

iV. An annular eclipse of the sun July 18; invisible to 
North America. Visible to the South Pacific Ocean and the 
extreme southern part of South: America— the line of an- 
nulus passing: through the South Pacific Oce n. 

V. A partial eclipse of the sun December 13; invisible 
here. 

VI. A total eclipse of the moon December 27; visible gen- 
erally throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia 
and Africa. At White River Junction it will be visible as 
follows: Moon enters penumbra 27d, 3h, 33m, p. m.; moon 
enters shadow 27d, 4h, 48m, p. m; total eclipse begins :27d, 
5h, 58m, p.m.: middle of eclipse 27d, 6h, 42m, p. m.; total 
eclipse ends 27d, 7h, 27m, p. m.; moon leaves shadow 27d, 8h, 
d6m, p. m; moon leaves penumbra 27d, 9h, 51m, p. m. First 
contact of shadow 112 degrees from north point of the 
moon's limb toward the east. Magnitude of eclipse =1.384. 

moon^s diameters 1.0). 



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6 


4 Tuesday. 


6 Wednesday. 


6 Thursday. 


7 Friday. 


8 Saturday. 


9 bunqay. 


10 Monday. 


11 1 UCbUU^ . 


12 Wednesday. 


13 Thursday. 


14 Friday. 


15 Saturday. 


16 Sunday. 


17 Monday. 



MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY. SI da: 



W 'fiieailay. 



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la Tht)ri»<lay. 



51 Friday. 



22 Wnl unlay. 



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IK Tuttfaiiay. 



m VriMlnesday. 



27 TiiuTiday. 



m FriiJ^iy 



t^ tittiurday. 



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FEBRUARY. 



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MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUART. 



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1898. MEMORANDA FOB FEBRUARY. 

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1 47 9 19 K 

2 34 10 23 q 

3 23 11 24 qf 

4 13)iiorn!y 
6 4 20 y 
6 54; 1 12! u 
6 43 1 65ln 



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2 
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2 47 
310 



cf stationarr. 

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% nsea 71i 8m M. 

C5cf<l 
a in Per. 



C runs low. 



(5 e superior. 
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6 43'6 26 12 4312 4' ^2'-'! 7 30 2 33 nil 



_ enters <f* Spring beg. 
h atationar>. 

6^0 

C in Apo. druns high. 
in Perihelion. 



1898. 



MSMORANDA FOR MARCH. 



Sldigv. 



1 Tuesday. 



2 Wednesday. 



3 Thursday. 



4 Friday. 



1898. MEMORANDA FOR MARCH. 

6 Saturday. 



6 Sunday. 



7 Monday. 



8 Tuesday. 



9 Wednesday. 



10 Thursday. 



1 1 Friday. 



12 Saturday. 



!H Sunday. 



.14 Monday. 



15 Tuesday. 



16 Wednesday. 
V! Thursday. 



12 MEMORANDA FOR MARCH. SI days 

18 Frtday. 



19 Saturday. 



20 Sunday. 



21 Monday. 



22 Tuesday. 



Wednesday. 



24 Thursday. 



26 Friday. 



26 


Saturday. 


27 


Sunday. 


28 


Monday. 


29 


Tuesday, 


80 


Wednesday. 


31 


Thursday. 



18d8. 



APRIL. 



18 



PHA11K8 or THJI MOOR. 

} FaU Moon 6th day 4h 20m A. I # New Moon 20tli day 6h 21m A. 
[ JjtkMt Qnar. 13th day 9h 28mM. | p First Qoar. 28th day 9h 21m A. 





8an day San 
ri8« sets I'gth son. 


Snn 
dec'n 


son. 


.1 


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bm 


hm 


hm 


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h m 


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C 




1 


6 


5 42 


6 28 


12 4€ 


12 4 


4 43 


8 17 


3 3 


^ 




2 


7 


540 


6 29 


12 49 


12 4 


6 6 


9 2 


3 31 


23 




8 


B 


538 


630 


12 52 


12 3 


5 29 


9 47 


3 52 


P. 


9 sets 7h 41m A. 


4 


2 


5 36 


6 31 


12 56 


12 3 


5 62 


10 83 


4 li 


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6 


3 


634 


6 32 


12 58 


12 3 


6 15 


11 20 


4 38 


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4 


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6 33 


18 


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63£ 


morn 


rises 


(f Gr. Hel. Lat. S. 


7 


5 


5 31 


634 


18 3 


12 2 


7 


11 


8 6 


IIK 


(f rises 4h 21m M. 


S 


fl 


5 29 


685 


13 f 


12 2 


7 23 


1 4 


9 26 


^ 




9 


7 


6 27 


6 36 


13 9 


12 1 


746 


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(5<fa < in Perigee. 
C5h <I <*r. Elong. E. 
C rnns low . 


10 


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525 


637 


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12 1 


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11 60 


in 


11 


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6 39 


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morn 


m 


12 


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18 18 


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8 51 


6 8 


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18 


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12 


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14 


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5 18 


6 42 


13 24 


12 


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8 40 


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b rises lOh 28m A. 


17 


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646 


13 32ill 59 


10 38 


9 26 


8 22 


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18 


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647 


18 36 


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10 59 


10 11 


3 48 


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1« 


3 


6 10 


6 48 


18 34 


1159 


1120 


10 55 


4 7 


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20 


4 


6 9 


6 49 


18 40 


1159 


1140 


11 41 


4 30 


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$ stationary. 


21 


6 


6 7 


6 61 


13 44 


1159 


12 1 


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22 


6 


6 6 


6 62 


18 46 


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T 


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7 


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11 »8 


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24 


B 


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6 54 


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1158 


13 1 


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H 


9 in (^ Cronshigh. 


25 


2 


5 1 


6 55 


13 64 


11 58 18 20 


8 47 


11 61 


K 


^ in Apogee. 


2€ 


8 


5 


6 57 


13 67 


11 58 13 40 


4 36 


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n 




27 


4 


4 58 


6 58 


14 


11 57 13 59 


5 23 


30 


j[ 




28 


6 


4 57 


6 59 


14 2 


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6 9 


1 3 


23 




29 


6 


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7 


14 6 


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6 51 


1 31 






80 


7 


4 54 


7 1 


14 7 


11 57 14 55 


7 38 


1 64 


23 


cf in PerlheUon. 



MXMO&ANDA FOR APRIL. 



SOdayi 



1 Friday. 



a Saturday. 
8 Sundiy. 



4 Monday. 



14 MEMORANDA FOR APRIL. 80 dajra 

S Tuesday. 



6 Wednesday. 



7 Thursday. 



8 Friday. 



9 Saturday. 



10 Sanday. 



11 Monday. 



12 Tuesday. 



18 Wednesday. 



U Thursday. 

15 Friday. 

16 Saturday. 

17 Sunday. 



MEMORANDA FOR APRIL. 15 



18 Monday. 


19 Tuesday. 


20 Wednesday. 


21 Thursday. 


22 Friday. 


« 


23 Saturday. 


24 Sunday. 


25 Monday. 


28 Tvesday. 


27 Wednesday. 


28 Thursday. 


29 Friday. 


30 Saturday. 



16 



MAY. 



81 dA7«. 



PBASM or THB MOOR. 

Qftli Moon 6th d»j Ih S4m M. I # NewMoon 90th day 7b 68ni M. 
<L— tQnT. 12th day 4h 86m A. | D PI rat Quar 28th day Oh XAnx A. 



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8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 

25 

26 

2T 

28 

29 

80 

81 



Son I day I San I Sun I ^ 

rif ■ats|i'gth| aon. |doo'n| ■oq .| Bele. |pl| 
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h m 
4 62 
4 51 
4 49 
448 
4 47 
446 
444 
4 48 
4 42 
4 41 
489 
488 
4 87 
4 86 
486 
484 
4 

4 32 
4 31 
480 
429 
428 
4 27 
4 26 
4 26 
426 
4 25 
424 
4 23 
4 23 
4 22 



b mih 
7 314 11 



9 
7 10 
7 11 
7 12 
7 14 
7 15 
7 16 
7 17 
7 18 
7 19 
720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
7 26 
727 
7«8 
7 29 
730 
7 31 
7 32 
7 83 
7 33 



14 18 
1416 
1418 
14 20 
14 23 
14 26 
14 27 
14.20 
14 81 
14 86 
14 87 
14 39 
14 41 
14 43 
14 45 
14 47 
14 40 
14 61 
14 53 
14 56 
14 57 
14 59 
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11 56 18 16 



15 10 
15 II 



h ID 

11 67;i5 13 
11 57 15 81 



1157 
1157 
1157 
1166 
1156 
1156 
1156 
1156 



15 48 

16 6 
16 23 
16 40 

16 66 

17 12 
17 28 
17 44 



11 56{18 4 57 



1156 
1156 
1156 
1156 



18 8U 
18 44 
18 58 
1912 



11 56 19 26 

115619 39 
1156 19 52 

115620 4 
11 56,20 16 
11 56 20 28 



11 57 20 40 
1157 20 61 
11 57|21 
11 57I2I 12 
11 57,21 22 
11 57121 32 
11 57121 41 
11 57 12150 
115712159 



b 

8 S3 

9 8 
9 57 

1049 
11 46 
morn 

48 

1 52 

2 57 
8 60 



5 50 
6 

7 26 

8 9 

8 63 

9 3b 

10 24 

11 11 
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61 

1 41 

2 31 
8 19 
4 6 
4 19 

6 83 
6 16 

6 59 

7 45 

8 35 



21 lip 



9 seta 8h 58m ▲. 
o'UiL 9lnZj 



' (f rises 8h 8m M. 
a in Perigee. 
C runs low. 

»2 sets 8b 11m K. 



in Aphelion. 
I2 rises 8h 26m A. 

% Or. HeL Lat N. 



69 <i <L rans high- 
4 in Apogee. 



Ill stationary. 
I 9 in Perihelion. 



MBMO&AimA TOR MAT. 



81 days 



1 Sunday. 



2 Monday. 



3 Tuesday. 



4 Wednesday. 



1898. MEMOBAKDA FOB MAY. 17 

6 Tborsday. 



« Friday. 



7 Saturday. 



8 Sunday. 



9 Monday. 



!• Tuesday. 


11 ^Tednesday. 


* 


12 Thursday. 


13 Friday. 


14 Saturday. 


15 Sunday. 


16 Monday. 


17 Tuesday. 



18 HEMOE 


LANDA FOR MAY. 


81 days. 


18 WectoMday. 


19 Thursday. 


20 Friday. 


21 Saturday. 







22 Sunday. 



28 Monday. 



24 Tuesday. 



23 Wednesday. 



2e Thursday. 
27 Prfday. 



28 . Saturday. 

29 Sunday. 

30 Monday. 

31 Tuesday. 



1898. 



JUNE. 

PHASES OF THE MOON. 



Uh 11 ni M: I #N'oiv Mo uj,lfttii day lib I tun A. 
r 1]i 4iri M. ! » First Qnar. .ieth day lili 54mA 



ojo] Sun KliAy-srui Sun H (i ,((i i 
', W f ^ Iriae HetHjTgtb sou. dec'n | hoii. J stfts.lp] ij 



ASPBCm AC, 



|li iu<h 11:1 1 h in^h 



1 
2 
3 
4 
6 
« 
7 
8 
9 
10| 



4i4 il 

5 4 21 

6 121 



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4 a) 
4 1 



111 7 



4 19 
i 19 
4 19 
4 18 



7 34!u lii;ll 
7 36 15 14 n 
7 3G,1& 15 11 
7 36 15 16' II 
7 37 15 17 11 
^7 Ih Ih 11 



7 au'i&i&n 

7 39|l5 3tf n 
7 3fi;15 20111 

1 40 15 :^2 11 

4 18,7 4f) 15 22 U 

4 18:7 4115 23 la 

_ 4 18 7 4115 23 12 

3 4 IS 7 42 15 24 l;J 



58|22 
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59 22 
5h|22 
6.S|22 

58 22 
5b:22 

59 22 
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59 1 211 
59 23 

023 



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4« 2 45; 
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1 4G III 

2 nM 



1 4 18 7 42'15 24 

5 4 IH7 43 15 25 
6'4 18 7 43 15 25 

7!4 1S7 J3;lo2-^,„ 
fJ4 U\'i 44 15 26 12 

2 4 lft'7 44 15 2fSJ12 
a 4 19 7 4.T 15 26 12 
4 4 19 7 4a IS -2ii\l2 

6 4 19 7 4.J 15 26,12 
T 45|l5 2f5;i.2 
7 45 15 20-12 



6.4 2fJ 
7 '4 2' 
H 4 21 

2 4 21 

3 4 SI 



7 45 15 24 

7 4f'. 15 24 

, - _. 7 45 15 24 

4 4 22 7 4S; 15 23 
5|4 22i7 44 15 22 



:3 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
2 23 

2 23 
3,23 

3 23 



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a B 


11 


(3 52 


14 


7 37 


17 


J 32 


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9 9 


2-2 


& 57 


24 


10 47 


26 


11 ;i7 


26 


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27 


1 15 


27 


2 2 


27 


2 47 


26 


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25 


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23 


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10 43 

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1 3 

3 4 

2 45 



^ in Per. C runs low. 
9 sets lOh Oni A, 
qf rises Ih 47in M. 



1|^ eebi 111 4iii M, 

h s«E* 31i 30 III M. 

CJW^fi <I runa hteh, 
C in Apogee. 



enters a 



Summer 
[1:>eglti& 



3 30 
sets 
9 4 
9 '35 

10 1 ESJ 

lU 24 G 

n 41 R! 

1 7;.V| 

11 46 lit 
niornllt 

13 ii) 

y 49'ii| ricft d 00 supeiior. 



^T^^t <? in Perlhe'n, 
1^ In Aplielion. 



1898. 



MEUORAVDA POB JUNE. 



30 days. 



1 Wednesday. 



2 Thursday. 



8 Friday. 



4 Saturday. 



20 MEMORANDA FOB JUNE. SOdAjB 

5 Sunday. 



6 Monday. 



7 Tuesday. 



8 Wednesday. 



9 Thursday. 



10 Friday. 



11 Saturday. 



12 Sunday. 



18 Monday. 



14 Tuesday. 



15 'Wednesday. 

16 Thursday. 



18J#8. MEMORANDA FOR JUNE. 


21 


17 Friday. 


IS Saturday. 


19 Sunday. 


20 Monday. 


21 Tuesday. 


22 W^fednesday. 


23 Thursdav. 


24 Friday. 


25 Saturday. 


2« Sunday. 


27 Monday. 


28 Tuesday. 


29 WadMtday. 


thuTsda^. 



23 



JULY. 



31 dajra. 



FHA8M or THB MOON. 

O Full Moon Hd day 4h 12ai A !• New Moon 18th day 2h 47m A. 
a Last Quar. ICth day lib i3ai M.| ^ First Qtiar. 26th day 8h 4()ui M. 



I "^^l Sinn daj^ I S"ii mu ijj . •:£ ••§ 
\m\r\ ie »«t«l r IT* h ftou. |deu[d h(ju , | net*. |pl ! 



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4 a^lT 4J|lfi 2it|l:4 4 ^m^"r:itrmaH., f let In PiTlKi^s. 



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MEMORANDA FOB JOLT. 



31 days. 



1 Friday. 



2 Saturday. 



8 Sunday. 



4 Monday. 



18»S. MEMOBANDA FOB JULY. 


28 


5 Tuesday. 


6 Wednesday. 


7 Thursday. 


8 Friday. 


9 Saturday. 


10 Sunday. 


11 Monday. 


12 Tuesday. 


13 Wednesday. 


14 Thursday. 


15 Friday. 




16 Saturday. 




17 Sunday. 



k 



24 MEMORANDA FOR JULY. 


81 days. 


18 Monday. 


19 Tuesday. 


2C Wednesday. 


21 Thursday. 


22 Friday. 


28 Saturday. 


24 Sunday. 


26 Monday. 


26 Tuesday. 


37 Wednesday . 


28 Thursday. 


29 Friday. 


30 Saturday. 


81 Sunday. 



1898. 



AUOXJST. 



SA 



PHA8X8 OF THl MOON. 

O I^U Hood 1st day llh 2\>in A. m New Moon 17th dayTh 4iin M. 
a Last Qaar. 9tb day Ih 13m M. | C First Quar. 24th day 3h 32m A. 
C^Fnll Moon Slat day 7h 15m M. 



wjw Suii day 
"l^rtoodets I'gth 


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h m 


h m 


hm 


O ' 


h m 1 h miO 




1 


2 


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7 22 


14 33 


12 C 


17 6S 


morn 


ri«es: 


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2 


3 


4 60 


7 21 


14 21 


12 6 


17 4( 


5 


7 37 


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i 


4 


4 51 


7 10 


14 2{ 


12 6 


17 2< 


1 


7 59 






4 


5 


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7 18 


14 2« 


12 6 


17 8 


1 50 


8 27 


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6 


6 


4 63 


7 17 


14 24 


12 6 


16 62 


239 


848 


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9 sets 9h 7m A. 


( 


7 


4 54 


7 16 


14 22 


12 6 


16 3o 


3 2e 


9 10 


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7 


B 


4 55 


7 15 


14 2C 


12 6 


16 18 


4 13 


9 85 


K 


(f stationary. 


8 


2 


4 56 


7 13 


1417 


12 5 


16 1 


6 


10 6 


T' 


yf rises llh 50m A. 


U 


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7 12 


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15 4^ 


5 49 


10 ts 


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9 sr. elong. £. 


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6 


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12 5 


15 9 


7 28 


morn 


H 


6<f^ ([rushigh. 


12 


8 


5 1 


7 7 


14 6 


12 5 


14 51 


8 19 


12 


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did d in Apogee. 


13 


7 


5 2 


7 6 


14 4 


12 5 


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9 8 


1 6 


n 


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14 


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7 4 


14 


12 4 


14 14 


9 56 


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9 in to 


15 


2 


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7 3 


13 68 


12 4 


13 55 


10 43 


3 5 


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16 


3 


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7 1 


13 55 


12 4 


13 36 


11 47 


4 8 






17 


4 


5 1 


7 


13 53 


12 4 


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18 


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20 


7 


5 10 


6 55 


13 45 


12 3 


12 19 


2 21 


7 58 


TP 


6^d 


21 


B 


611 


6 54 


18 43 


12 3 


|159 


3 7 


8 20 


ni 


69l 


22 


2 


5 12 


6 62 


13 40 


12 3 


ll 39 


3 57 


8 49 


np 


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23 


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6 50 


13 37 


12 2 


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6 48 11 5 


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r5>l <[ C runs low. 


28 


6 


5 17 


6 45 


13 28 


12 2 


i0 16 


7 50 


morn 


ITj 




27 


7 


5 18 


6 43 


L3 25 


12 1 


9 55 


8 51 


12 


T 




28 


i? 


5 19 


6 42 


13 28 


12 1 


9 34 


9 50 


1 27 


^ 


d in Perigee. 


29 


2 


6 20 


6 40 


L3 20 


12 1 


9 1^ 


10 45 


2 46 lA-! 


n^fG 


30 


3 


5 21 6 33! 


318 


L2 


8 51 


11 37 4 8|l^ 




81 


4 6 22|6 37113161 


12 


8 29 


mom'risesj-s: 


cf in $1 



MKMOKANDA FOR AUGUST. 



31 days 



1 Monday. 



2 Tuesday. 



3 Wednesday. 



4 Thursday. 



MEMORANDA FOR AUGUST. 81 days. 



5 Friday, 
tf Saturday. 



7 Sunday. 



8 Monday. 



« Tuesday. 



10 Wednesday. 



11 Thursday. 



12 Friday. 



la Saturday. 



14 Sunday. 



15 Monday. 



16 Tuesday. 



17 Wednesday. 



18 Thursday. 



1898. MEMORANDA FOR AUGUST. 


27 


10 Friday. 


io i3aturday. 


21 Sunday. 


28 Monday. 


28 Tuesday. ^ 


24 Wednesday. 


25 Thursday. 


26 Filday. 




27 Saturday 


28 Suuday. 




29 Monday. 


30 Tuesday. 


« 


81 Wednesday. 



SEPTEMBER. 



SOteya 



PHASBS OF THl MOON. 


H Last Qoar. 7th day 5h film A. D First Qaar. 22d day 9h 89m A. 


• New Moon 16th day 7h lOm A. Q Full Moon 29th day 6h 10m A. 


o o San day Sun Sun ^ 
V 4 rise sets I'gth sou. dec'n aou. 


.f.. 


^ A8PI0t8,*C 




ih m 


h m 


h mi b m 


/ 


h m 


h m 


c 




1 


6 


6 23 


6 35 


1312 


12 


8 8 


17 


6 51 






2 


6 


5 24 


6 33 


13 9 


1169 


7 46 


1 16 


7 11 


K 




8 


7 


5 26 


6 32 


13 6 


1169 


7 24 


2 8 


7 38 


K 




4 


B 


627 


6 30 


13 3 


1169 


7 1 


2 52 


8 6 


T 




6 


2 


5 28 


628 


13 


1158 


89 


3 41 


8 41 


4 


(5 00 inferior. 


6 


8 


529 


6 20 


12 61 


1168 


6 17 


4 31 


9 20 


T 




7 


4 


530 


6 24 


12 51 


1158 


5 64 


5 21 


10 6 


8 


9 8et8 7h,66mA. 


8 


6 


6 32 


6 23 


12 51 


1157 


5 32 


6 12 


10 68 


« 


it ii C runs higb. 


9 


6 


533 


6 21 


12 48 


1167 


6 9 


7 2 


11 54 


II 


CJcf d C in Apogee. 


10 


7 


5 04 


619 


12 45 


1157 


4 46 


7 60 


morn 


n 


(f rises llh 4m A. 


11 


B 


636 


6 17 


12 42 


1166 


4 23 


8 37 


64 


Q 




12 


2 


6 36 


6 15 


12 39 


1166 


4 1 


9 23 


1 66 






18 


3 


6 37 


6 14 


12 37 


1166 


8 87 


10 7 


8 J 


Q 


If sets 7h 16m A. 

(5 d 9 stationary. 


14 


4 


638 


6 12 


12 34 


1166 


314 


10 60 


4 7 


k 


16 


5 


639 


6 10 


12 31 


1156 


2 61 


11 34 


5 17 


^ 




16 


6 


6 10 


6 8 


12 28 


1165 


2 28 


ev.18 


Bets. 


m 


h sets 9h 20m A. 


17 


7 


5 41 


6 6 


12 2611164 


2 6 


1 6 


6 26 


nt 


(^7^ a 9 in Aphelion. 


18 


Ji 


V43 


6 5 


12 2211154 


142 


1 54 


6 53 


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19 


2 


5 44 


6 3 


12 19 


1164 


118 


2 47 


7 28 


£± 


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20 


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6 45 


6 1 


12 16 


11 63 


55 


3 43 


8 10 


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dcfd 

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0enter8£^ Autumn be- 


21 


4 


5 46 


6 59 


12 13 


1153 


32 


4 42 


9 1 


m 


22 


6 


5 47 


5 67 


12 101153 


NO 8 


5 43 


10 4 


m 


23 


« 


5 49 


6 66 


12 7 


11 52,50 15 


6 a 


11 14 


/ 


[glTifl d runs low. 


21 


7 


6 50 


5 54 


12 4 


1152 


38 


7 41 


niorii 


/ 




26 


B 


6 61 


5 52 


12 1 


1162 


1 2 


8 85 


30 


iJ 


d in Perigee. 


26 


2 


6 62 


5 60 


1158 


1151 


126 


9 27 


1 46 


^ 




27 


3 


5 53 


6 48 


1155 


1151 


149 


10 17 


3 4 




stationary.. 


28 


4 


5 55 


5 46 


1151 


1151 


2 12 


11 6 


4 23 


t^ 




29 


6 


6 66 


5 44 


1148 


1160 


2 35 


11 63 


5 31 


K 




80 


6 


5 67 


5 42 


1145 


1160 


2 59 


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K 




18£8. MBHORAITDA FOB 8KPTKMBKB. 30 dayi 


I Thursday. 


2 Friday. 


3 Saturday. 


4 Sunday. 



1898 MEMOBANDA FOB SEPTEMBER. «9 

6 Monday. 



6 Tuesday. 



7 Wednesday. 





Thursday. 




Friday. 


10 


Saturday. 




Sunday. 




Monday. 




Tuesday. 




Wednesday. 




Thursday. 




Friday. 



80 MEMORANDA FOR SEPTEMBER. 80 days. 

17 Satul-day. 

~ lT~8unday. — — ^ 



19 Monday. 

20 Tuesday. 

21 Wednesday. 



22 Thursday. 

28 Fi'iday. 

24 Saturday. 

25 Sunday. 



26 Monday. 



27 Tuesday. 



:i8 Wednesday. 



29 Thursday. 
80 Friday. 



JiSftR, 



OCTOBER. 



81 



PHA8B8 OF THX MOON. 

<L Last Qaar. 7th day Ih 6m A. I ([ First Qaar. 22d day 4h 9ni M. 
# New Moon 15th day 7h 37m M. |0 Full Moon 29th day 7h 18m M. 



1 Ban I day I Sun 
^[rise setslrgth | sou. 



dec'n I 



sou. 



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1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
13 
13 
14 
15 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



b m 

5 58 
5 59 

1 



h m^b 

5 4i) 11 12 

6 38111 39 

5 87 ill 36 

6 35111 33 
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5 31 11 27 
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5 28 



5 27 
96 25 
523 
5 21 
5 20 
5 18 



11 

11 4 
51611 1 
t 14110 58 
5 1310 561146 
5 ll'lO 52ill 45 



6 6 31 



6 33 
6 34 



2635 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 10 

611 

6 13 

614 

615 

6 16 

6 17 

6 19 

6 20 

6 21 

6 22 

6 

6 25l6 3 

6 26|5 2 

627 

628 

630 



h 

1150 

1149 

1149 

1149 

1148 

1148 

1148 



11 2 '1147 
11 1911 47 
11 1« 11 47 
11 13 11 4- 
11 10 11 46 



1146 
1146 
1146 
1146 



510 
5 

5:6 
5 5 



5 

4 59 
4 57 
4 56 
4 64 
4 53 
4 62 



10 5 111 45 
10 4711145 
10 411145 
10 42 11 45 



10 38 
10 36 
10 33 
10 31 



1144 
1144 
1144 
11 44 



10 27|11 44 
10 2511 44 
10 21:11 44| 
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322 

3 45 

4 8 
4 32 

4 55 

5 18 

5 41 

6 4 

6 27 
•6 49 
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7 35 

7 6' 
819 

8 42 

9 4 
9 26 
9 48 

10 9 
10 31 

10 52 

11 13 
1135 
1155 

12 16 
12 37 

12 57 

13 17 
{13 36 
13 57 
1416 



h m 

4l 

1 30 

2 21 

3 li 

4 3 
4 53 
6 43 



h m 
6 5 

6 38 

7 16 

8 

8 49 

9 44 
10 42 

6 3011 42 

7 16 morn 




8 44 

!) 27 
10 11 

10 57 

11 46 
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1 36 

2 35 

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4 38 
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6 31 

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8 12 

8 59 

9 46 
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7 57 
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11 5 11 T 

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9 Gr. Hel. Lat. S. 
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MX]fORAin>A FOB 00T0BB&. 



31 days 



1 Saturday. 



2 Snnday. 



8 Monday. 



4 Tuesday. 



32 MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER. 81 (lays. 



5 


Wednesday. 


S 


Thursday. 


7 


Friday. 


8 


Saturday. 


9 


Sunday. 


10 


Monday. 


11 


Tuesday. 


12 


Wednesday. 


13 


Thursday. 


14 


Friday. 


15 


Saturday. 


1« 


Sunday. 



18S»8 MEMORANDA FOB OCTOBER. 

17 Monday. ' 



18 Tuesday. 



19 Wednesday. 



20 Thursday. ♦ 



21 Friday. 



22 Saturday. 



23 Sunday. 



24 Monday. 



25 Tuesday. 



26 Wednesday. 

27 Thuraday. 
2S Friday. 

29 Saturday. 

30 Sunday. 

31 Monday. 



NOVEMBER. 



80 day*. 



.^ 



FHASM or VHB MOOV. 


€ LMt Qnur. 6th day 9b 28m M. ft Flnt Qoar. 30Ui daj Oh ftm A. 
• New Hood 13th day 7h 20in A. Q Vnll Moon 87th day llh 80ia A. 


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1 


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6 37 


4 50 


1018 


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14 85 


1 58 


6 41 


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2 


4 


6 38 


4 49 


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14 54 


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8 


6 


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10 5 


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15 32 


4 28 


4 30 


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C In Apogee. 


6 


7 


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5 9 


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B 


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444 


10 1 


1144 


16 8 


5 64 


11 86 






7 


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9 57 


1144 


16X6 


6 37 


morn 


S 


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8 


8 


6 46 


4 41 


9 55 


1144 


16 48 


T 19 


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SI 







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186 


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17 34 


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6d< 6b4 


16 


8 


6 65 


4 34 


9 80 11 45 


18 S7 


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m 


5 9 a ; 4 runs low. 


10 


4 


6 56 


4 33 


9 37 1145 


18 52 


2 28 


6 53 


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a m Perigee. 


17 


8 


658 


133 


9 35 11 45 


19 7 


329 


8 7 


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18 


6 


6 59 


4 32 


933 


1145 


19 21 


4 26 


9 24 


1^ 


60h 


19 


7 


7 


4 31 


9 31 


1146 


19 35 


5 20 


10 42 


v^ 


h sets 6h 28m A. 

o«9 


90 


B 


7 1 


4 30 


929 


1146 


19 48 


6 10 


11 59 


y> 


21 


2 


7 2 


129 


9 27 


1146 


20 2 


6 57 


morn 






22 


8 


7 4 


4 20 


9 25 


1146 


2015 


7 44 


1 9 


'Z 




28 


4 


7 6 


4 28 


923 


1147 


20 27 


8 30 


2 19 


H 




24 


6 


7 6 


4 27 


9 21 


1147 


20 39 


9 17 


380 


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25 


6 


7 7 


4 27 


9 20 


1147 


20 61 


10 5 


4 89 


T 


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26 


7 


7 8 


4 26 


918 


1148 


21 2 


10 55 


545 


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2 


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1148 


2113 


11 46 


6 49 


T 




28 


B 


711 


4 25 


9 14 


1148 


2124 


morn 


rises. 


8 




20 


3 


7 12 


4 25 


9 13 


1149 


2134 


87 


A 24 


d 


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30 


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125 


9 12 


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18D8. MBMOEANDA. POB KOTBMBIE. 89di«r8 


1 Tuesday. 


2 Wednesday. 


8 Thursday. 


4 Friday. 

, , . 1 



I 



r^ / V? 



1898. 



MEMORANDA I*OR NOYEMBBB. 



■-*<.. 



5 Saturday. 


'■4 


6 Sunday. 


I 


7 Monday. 


8 Tuesday. . ^ 


9 Wednesday. 


10 Thursday. 


11 Friday. 


12 Saturday. 


18 Sunday. 




14 Monday. 


15 Tuesday. 


16 Wednesday. 





36 .MEMORANDA FOR NOViSMBER. 30 dftya 

17 Thursday. "~ 



1? Friday. 



19 Saturday. 



20 Sunday. 



21 Monday. 



22 Tuesday. 



23 Wednesday. 



24 Thursday. 



25 Friday. 



26 Saturday. 



27 Sunday. 



28 Monday. 



29 Tuesday. 



30 Wednesday. 



DBCBIMBKR. 



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p^NawJfoon 13th da^^ Ob 13iti M.;Q KuM Mooq ^th d&j Eb Mm A. 

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MSMOKANDA FOB DBOBMBIB. 



81 days. 



I Thursday. 



2 Friday. 



S Saturday. 



4 Sunday. 



m 


MEMORANDA FOR DBCBMBBR. 81 day 


6 


Monday. 


6 


Taeidaj. 


7 


WedQeiday. 


S 


Thursday. 


V 


Friday. 


10 


Saturday. 


n 


Sunday. 


12 


Monday. 


18 


Tuesday. 


14 


Wednesday. 


15 


Thursday. 


10 


Friday. 


17 


Saturday. 



1€98. MEMORANDA FOB DEOEMBVR. 


M 


18 Sunday. 


Itf Monday. 


20 Tuesday. 


81 Wednesday. 


g» Thursday. 


9S Friday. 


2i Saturday. 


26 Sunday. 


26 Monday. 


27 ToMday. 




28 Wednesday. 


SO Thursday. 


80 Friday. 


81 Saturday. 





BRODBBCK CANVAS CANOES. Sand for prioe 
lilt. F. BRODBBCE:, W. Rox. Dill., Boerov. 

40 BUSINESS DIBEOTORT. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF TOWNS, 
AlpKabetioullsr Ax*ransecL. 

PBELIMINABY INFORMATION. 

1. The names of all the Towns and all the Post Offices in the Stat«, 
except those which have North, East, South, West or Center prefixed to 
the names of the towns of which they are a part, are here alphabet- 
icHlly arranged. 

2. For villages above excepted, look under the name of the town. 
But East Kingston, North Hampton, South Hampton, South Newmark- 
et, and WestmoreUmd are town*. 

3. After the name of each town, you find the name of the county in 
which it is located, the population m 1894), the direction and approxi- 
mate distance from Concord and firom the Shire town of the county, 
the way of reaching it by rail, the town officers and the professional 
and business men, arranged under different heads, as nearly aiphabet- 
ically as is convenient, some regard being had to economy of space. 

4. Merchants are supposed to keep a general assortment and physi- 
cians to be *' old school unless otherwise specified. 

6. AH these items are referred every year, usually between Au^. 1 
and Dec. 1, to the Town Clerks, Postmasters or other prominent men 
of the several towns and villages for correction. 

6. We eamesdy solicit corrections from all other persons who may 
notice things whicn they know to be errors. 

7. Of course changes are made, in March, of Town Officers, and 
other changes are constantly occurring, so that one need not exj;)eot to 
find this Du-ectory absolutely correct^ all the year round, but um it with 
this tmderstanding and you will find it very valuable. 

8. To all who have assisted in the preparation of this Begltter the editor ex- 
presses his sincere thanks. 



AC WORTH, SULLTVAN—Vop. 717. W. fr. 0. 60 m; 8. W. fr 

""ifewport 14 m. B. R, <S^.— Gharlestown. 8 m. on Gonn. B. R. B. Daily 
stage from Newport, Charlestown and Bellows Falls, Vt. 

OFFICERS— Oter*.N.8paulding ; 2V«a»., H. R. Neal ; 5W«c«m«fi N. 
Spaulding, E. C. Wallace, A. B, Clark; Board of EducatUm^ H. N. 
Havward, A. E. Glark, N. P. Merrill ; Road Agent*, J. B, Smith, £. 
C. Wheeler, H. L. Piper; Board of Health, J^s^h Tajlor, M, D.. 
C^eo. W. Buss, East, Carl Turner, South. 

Postmasters— Geo. £, Evans; East, O. W. Boss. 

Justices— H. N. Hay ward, O, H. Dodge, ^. B, Neal, F. 0. Pftrl^ar, 
G. H. Woods. E. L. Sarsons. A. M. Mitchell. 

Church— Cong., C. 0. Parker. 

Hotels— H. B. Neal, G. E. Blanchard. 

Public Telephones— Dr. Jas. Taylor; South, N. P, MerrilL 

Society— Cold Biver Grange, 

Manufacturers— Blacksmith, G. H. Dodge; earriages, Fred H. 
Batchelden handles, Inmber and chair stock, J!Sa««, Geo. W. Boss ; 
shingles, E. S. Chatterton ; East, Gall & Lombard. 

Merchant-^F. 0. Parker. 

Physician— Joseph Taylor. 

Soutb— iZ. R. -S.— Gold Bir., 11 m. on Cheshire B. B., and New 
port, 14 m. on G. & 0. B. R. DaUy Stags to OharlMteim, H#ww>rt and 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 



HaT* 7QU tried Truax Rheumatic Cure? 
(Hve it a chance. No minerals, 

BUSINBSS DIBBCTORT. 41 

Postmaster— F. Richardson. 

Hotel— C. B. Parkfl. 

Churches— Bap., S. F. Davis; Meth., - 



Manufiieturers — Blacksmith, A. A. Flsk; lumber and meal, J. 
H. Fanght; shingles, C. B. Gummings, J. H. Faught; chair stock 
And hame wood, Hemphill Brothers. 

Merchant— O. B. Evans. • 

AljUAff YnCABBOLL—Vov* 377. N. B. fr. 0. 74 m ; N. W. fr. 
Oscipee 27 m. R.B. &— Conway, 10 m. on Eastern R. R. Daily stage 
to Baton Center. 

OFFICERS— Cierj; and Treaty David Hnrley; Seleetmm, Thomas J 
Horley; Hiram Carrier, Binary Smith; Board of Health, Ghanncey 
J. Chamberlain; Joseph Annis, Pastaconaway; H. 0. Piper, Pequ. 
aeket. 

Postmaster— Alvah Btackey; 7onia, Alvah Blakely; Pataaconaway, 
Mrs. B9th P. Col hath. 

Justices— O. W. Purington, James M. Shackford. 

Church— Sontb Albany chapel. 

Boarding Houses — Shackford Honse, J. M. Shackford; prop.; Bear 
Mountain House, J. N. Piper, prop.; Mayhew House, C. May hew, 
prop. 

Society— Ml Chocorua Lodge, I. 0. G. T. 

Manufacturers — Blacksmith, T. A. Colbath,, boots and shoes, 
Alvah Blackey ; lumber. Lord & Sanborn, H. A. Quint ; carpenters, I. 
Hammond, B. F. Hurley, J. N. Piper. 

Merchant— Groceries, James M. Shackford. 

Alder Brook — Graf ton County. B. B. station in town of 
Bethlehem. See Bethlehem. 

AT^EX ANDBK Ay OBAFTOI^— Top, 679 . N. W. fr. C. 34 m ; , 

W. tr. Plymouth, 12 m. B. B. £(.— Bristol, on Bristol Br. B. R. Two 
stages daily. 

OFFICERS— C^ifc, O. 8. Gale; 3V«a«., J. P. Phillips; Selectmen, 
B. W. Tucker, N. A. McMurphy, H. F. Tilton: Board of Educa- 
Utm, J. F. Phillips, A. S. Bucklin, J. E. S. Walker; Board of Health, 
A. F. Cheney, W. A. Verrill, F. B. Buttrick, South. 

Postmasters— W. A. Phillips ; South, Chas. Buttrick. 

Justices— 0. S. Gale, A. F. Cheney, E. C. Merrill, J. F. Phillips. 

Church— Union Bap., J. E. Sweet. 

Eip.Ag't-C.O.Brailey. 

Merchant— W. A. Phillips. 

Manulkcturers— Lumber, E. T. Hutchins, S. G. Patten, H. C. 
Hntchins. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, John Emery, J. Bennett; carpenters, S . 
Kirk, J. W. Atwood, G. D. Patten. 

AliLEIVSTOWIVy MEBBIMA CK— Pop. 1,476. 8. E. fr C. 7 m. 
Jt. B, S.— Allenstown Sc Suncook on Sun. Tal. R. R. Suncook on B. 
AM. 

OFFICERS— C7erJi;, A. N. Lacasse; Treas., Curtis E. Dalton; Select- 
men, Wm. D. Marden , J. H. Sullivan, H. C. Sargent; Board of Edu- 
cation, Mrs. J. Haseltine, E. Holt, J. G. Bartlett; Board o^ Health, 
M. Levallee, F. B. Blodgett, E. H. Holt, aU Suncook. 

Postmistress— Mrs. Mary E. Evans. _ „ .. , „ « ,» 

Justices— H. H. Hartwell, J. B. Haselton, W. Martin, J. H. SullI- 
van. A. J. Cate, J. G. Bartlett, H. T. Fountaine, John Maguire. 8. 
BTOofRUi. 



GUILD'S GRBBN MOXJlfTAIK EIDKEY CURB. 
8m other margins. 

42 BUSINESS DIBBOTORT. 

Churehes— Metb., H. H. Hartwell R.Oath^O J. DetrotUn, Fr, 
LMroiz,Mtt. 

Isp. Ag't— Warren Martin. 

Physician— A. M. LavallM. 

Lawyer— John B. Haselton. 

Ins. Agt— Frederic MiUette. 

Manufacturers— Brick, P. Sargent; cottoni, China MannfgOo., D. 
L. Jewell, ag't; lumber, A. N. OiKood ; wood, ooal and ice, f. B. 
Blodgett; granite, G. A. Bailej; painter, J. J. McDonough; plumb- 
er, C. P. Morse. 

Merchants— Boots and shoes. Moise Lefebrre; ftimltiire, stoTM 
and tinware 0. P. Morse ; groceries, H. I. Fancher A Co.; clothing, 
H.A. Tnttle ACo.; cigars, confectionery, etc., F. Bmond A Co.; 
dmgff and medicines, China Drug Go., Joseph Fleury, agt.; un- 
dertaker, C. P. Morse; restaurant, B. Blanohetl' 

AEiSTEAD, CHE8HIBE—Vop. 867. S. W. fh>m 0. M m ; If . 
fr. Keene, Id m. R. B. S.— Gold River, on Cheshire R. R. Stage fTom 
Hancock, and Bellows Falls, Vt. Telephone fh>m Bellows FaJIs. 

OFFICBRS— a«rA^ F. L. Prentiss; Trms., F. J. Marrin; fiMee^nen, 
Jas. S. Prouty, M. F. Greene, M. L. Richardson; Board of Educa- 
tion^ George Mayo, Mrs. Ina Putnam. B. F. OliTsr; Boixrd ofSe»lth, 
Bobt. F. Oliver, M. D., 8. A. Mitchell, Geo. O. Mayo, East. 

Postmasters— F. L. Prentiss ; Omter, M. A. Putnam ; Eatl, E. P. 
Fish. 

Justices— B. M. Smith, J. A. Brown, G. A. Mayo, H. A. LotoII, G. 
B. Newman, Leslie K. Osborn, G. B. Cady. 

Churches— GouK, Rev. I. B. Stewart; Unir., -^— ; Etut^ 

Cong., Rev. W. £. Locke. 

Exp. Ag't— U. G. Raw«on. 

PuDlicTelephone— F. J. Marvin. 

Hotels— AlRtead House, H. B. Ghapln; Summer Boarding Houaes, 
F. A. Wright, Center; G. G. Banks, Miss Minnie Bryant, East. 

Lawyer— £. M. Smith. 

Livery Stable— H. B. Chapln. 

Societies— Warren Pond Grange, P. of H., W. S. Hancock Post, G. 

A. R., Woman's Relief Corps. St. Paul's Lodge, F. A A. M., Alstead 
Commandery, U. O. G. C. 

Manuracturers— Blacksmiths, Ware k Kent, G. M. Rog* 
ers; cider,C.M.Lufkin,H.W.Porter;F.D.Me88er,^a«t;flour and meal,G. 
Holmes; harnesses, F. W. Sherwiu, J. Drolet; iron founders, iron ware, 

Slows, etc., G. H. Cooke, C. M. Lufkin ; lumber, Geo. Holmes; F. W. 
larke, F. M. Forristal, G.G. Banks ; pumps, A. Morrison ; rakes, JBost, 
£. P. Kidder; scythe nibs and pail handles, F. D. Messer; scythe 
sticks, Lewis Demerse ; tinware, S. G. Anderson; wheelwrights, 0. M. 
Bodge; carriage, Orric Ball; cobbler, S. Chandler; mica, Bavis 
Mica Co.; house painter, John L. Blanchard. 

Merchants— H. A. Lorell, Timothy Tufts, F. J. Marvin; Eattt 

B. P. Frisle ; boots and shoes, Prentiss k Marvin; coffins and caskets, 
J. F. Dickey; drugs and medicines, H. O. Webster; horse 
rake^ and mowing machines, G. Wallace; meat, H. P. Abbott; 
stationery, cutlery, confectionery, etc., F. L. Prentiss; jeweler, D. P. 
Kingsbury ; m 1 an<l grain, F. W. Clarke. 

Physicians— R. Oliver; homeo., G. M. Lufkin. Dentist, 0. T 
Clarke. 
Barber— F. W. Sherwin. 



PORTER SCREENS Are Standard in Qnallty. For 
•ale by all Jobbers, Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

BUSINESS DIBBCTORY. 48 

AE^TON, BELKNAP—Voi^. 1,472. N. B. fr. C. 28 m; 8. B. fr. La- 
cunia, 20 m. R. R, &— Alton and Alton Bay, on Dover and Winne- 
plseogee R. B. and L. S. R. R. Gonteyance to Gilmanton Iron Works 
daily. 

OPFICBB8— CZeri, J. f . Currier, Treas., 0. K. BollinR; SeUetmmy H. 
J. Joneii, A. S. French, G. H. Da^ris; Board of Education^ 0. J. M. 
Gilman, S. B. Rollins, C. H. McDoffee; Board o/BedUh, A. P. Horn, 
8. P. Vicory, S. 8. Jones. 

Postmasters— W.G. Vamey; Bay, W. P. Emerson; Wutt 8. B. Rol- 
lins. 

Justices— Morrison Bennet, Herbert J. Jones, A. L. Rollins, J. B. 
Berry, C. H. Downing, Oliver J. M. Gilman, W. B. Jeuiess, George N. 
Demeritt. L. B. Berry, B. H. Rollins, A. B. Slanders, ^KL. Pinkham, 
W. W. Hart, R. A. Proliock, R. W. Clongb, L. H. Lamprey, G. H. 
Davis. 

Churches— Adv., J. o. Yarney. committee; Gong., B. A. Lucas; 
v. Bap., N. A. Avery. 

Exp. AcTt— C. 8. Currier. 

Stat, it Telegraph Agt.— /. F. Gurrier. 

Public Telephones— J. Jones & Son; Bay, C. H. Downing. 

Ins. AgtS.-'A. L. Rollins, H. J. Jones, G. H. Davis. 

Hotels— Old Cocheco Tavern, B. L.Northrop& Co.; FIfleld, J. H. 
Pifleld; Bay^ Winnipiseogee Honse. F. B. Wheeler, prop. 

Livery Stables— 0. H. Underwood, G. H. Fifield, L. M. Rcllins. 

Library— Alton Public Library. 

Societies— Winnipiseogee Lodge, A. F. & A. TVf.; Gochecho Lodge, 
K. of P.; Merry Meeting Grange, P. of H.; M. H. Savage Post, G. A. 
R.; Womnn's Relief Corps. 

Manufacturers— Flonr, S.G. Went worth; lumber.S. G. Went worth, J. 
B. Woodman, L. WoodnMn, G. H. Cummings; shoe boxes, L. Wood* 
man; shoes, S. B. Jones, Andrew Vamey, J. Collins; ice dealers, 
Morse ft Vamey; doors, sash and blinds, C. A. Burnett, Downing Lum- 
ber Co.: painter, Frank Carpenter carpenters, Chas. Bennett, D. E. 
Olough, J. M. Burnett; mason, J. Flanders; saw mill, S. C. Went- 
worth; cork-screws, Glough Wirk Cork-screw Co.; cider mill, Hayes 
Bros., M. W. Tworably; patent medicine, F. R.Wadleigh;b1acksmith8, 
Oscar Duncan, Wm. Sanburn, Marcus Hurd; photographer, A. W. 
Shackford; wheelwright, H. P.Evans. 

Merchants— J. Jones & Son; We$t, 8. B.Rollins: Bay, W. P. 
Bmerson,C. H. Downing & Co.; driigs, L. G. Welch; meat and 
provisions. Lamprey & Jones, Demeritt & Yarney Brothers 
millinery, Mrs. G. 8. Bassett; tinware, P. £. Buckley, Frank Muzzey; 
fish, J. P. Watson; flour and grain, Horace Boody, Allen Yarney; coal 
dealer. John Burret^ undertaker, H. P. Evans. 

Physician— P. H. Wheeler, E. R. Wright 

Barbers— G. 8. Bassett, C. E. Hutchins. 

AHIHERST. HILLSBOROUGH— Pop. 1,053. 8. fr. C. 30 m.; N; 
W. fr. Nashua 10 m.; 8. W. fr. Manchester 12 m. JZ.i2..Sf.— Amherst on 
Nashua & Wilton R. R., 3 m. Coach to and fr. all trains. 

OFFICERS— ClsrJfe, W.D.Clark; 2Vea«., F. C. Taylor: Selectmen, 
H. T. Harvell, L. B. Converse, F. B. Willoby; Board of Education^ 
Rkv. a. J. McGown, Mrs. 8. B. Dodge, Wm. W. Sloan; JBoardo/ 
HeaUh, E. K. Burtt, Frederick Chandler, M . D., W. D. Clark. 

Postmasters— W. W. Sloan; Station, x u « 

Justiees— B. G. Clark, W. W. Sloan, George B. Parley, John H. 
0^a.TM. Wllkins, W. D. Clark. A. i. Moo3y. P. W. Dodge, W. B. 
Rot6h,B.D. Moore., 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTERS, the best in 
the world. S. A. DOW, Prop, and Mfr. 

44 BUSINESS DIBBCTOBT. 

ChurcheS'Bap., H. B. Marshall; Gong., A. J. McOown ; Meth^ 

"^xp7Ag't—W. B. Clark. 

Stal. Aq't— H. B. Heath. 

Public Telephone— Olark k Sloan. 

Hotel— Hotel Webster: S. B. Webster. Smnmer Boarders, The 
Belden, H. H. Belden; Baiiyfield, F. L. Clark; Mrs. C. D. Wilson. 

Societies— Amhemt Command ery, U. O. G. 0.; Chas. H. Plielps 
Poet, 0. A. B.; Woman's Belief Corps; Souhegan Grange»|P. of H.: 
Amherst Council, O. U. A. M. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmith, Geo. F. Hanson; brick, W. Bhoades; 
kiti«, Cyrns Ctfss; harnesses, G. P. Boutell; lumber, F. Hart«hom| 

B. H. Prlndif painters,- M. A. C. Decstur, D. K. Marvell; carpen- 
ters, B. K. Burtt, I. J. Buss .Annis k Bhoadi; npholsterer. Lindley 
Wyman; dressmakers, Mrs. A. L. Pease, Mrs. Louil Clark, Mrs. 
Barker; laundry, Bennett's; jeweler, Orlado Lowd; barber, A. C. 
Hardy. 

Merchants— C. D. Wilson ; groceries, Clark A Sloan; groceriaa and 
provisions, G. K.Walker; meats and protlslons. G. L. Newton; 
stoves and tinware, V. C. Taylor; ice, G. H. Wells; nndertaker, B. 
K. Butt. • 

Livery— W. B. Clark. 

Physicians— P. C. Chandler, J. B. PettinglU. 

AmoskeaiC— Hlllsboro Co., B. B. Station in city of Manches- 
ter. See Manchester. 

ANDOVER9 MERBIMACK—Fop. 1,000. N. W. fr. a 29 m. M. 

K. &— West And.. Potter Plaoe^ And. Gen., and B. And- on Concord 
Div. B. & M. B. B. 

OFFICERS- C(terA:,G. H. Scribner ; Treat., W. S. Qnimby ; SeJectmen, 
W. R, Gobs, A. H. Kilburn, F. G. Hersey; Board of Edueation. 
John Thorpe, J. H. Merrill, Lyman Clark; Board of Health, H^ A. 
Weymouth, M. D., B. B. Merrill, East; J. G. Whitcomb. Potter 
Place. 

Postmasters— Center, C A. Cochran; Eaet, L. M. Jackson; Wett. 
Geo. Taylor; Potter PlaceJ*. B. Flanders. 

Justices— Almond H. Smith, J. D. Philbrick, C. B. Oarr, H. W. 
Kilburn, G. W. Stone, N. J. Batchelder J. G. Whitcomb, H. A. Wey- 
mouth, W. M. Powers, F. B Putney, W. B. Durgin, P. B. FlandCTi 
J. F. Fellows, C. H. Hilton, V. S. Quimby, C. F. Burgin. 

Churches— -Eowt, Cong., John Thorpe; F. Bap., — — . . 

Ex. & Tel. kq'tS.—Eaet, W. B. Durgin ; West, V. S. Jones; (kntre, 
John H. Merrill. t -r ^ 

Town Library— Trustees, A.H, Smith, Lyman Clark, John Thorpe, 

Societies— Highland Lake Grange, Blackwater Grange, P. of H.; 
Kearsarge Lodge, A, F, & A. M. 

Manufacturer- Hosiery, JBorf, H. M. Basiel. 

Merchants— W. S. Quimby; Wed, Wm. Powers; £ast, L. M. 
Jackson; groceries, Westt W. M. Powers. 

Physician— H. A. Weymouth. 

Center— Churches— Cong., John Thorpe; Unit, Lyman Clark. 
Lawyers— C. B. Carr, George W. Stone. 
Literary Institution— Proctor Academy, James P. Morton, prin 
Manufacturers— Wood hames, Consolidated Hame Co 
Merohants— W. S. Quimby, F. B. SoionoQi stoves and tin virs. 

C. A. Cochran. ^ 

Uvery Stable** — Towle. ""^ 



The safe treatment for Rheumatism, TRUAX 
RHEUMATIC CURE. 

BUSINESS DIBBOTORY. 45 

' Potter Place— Postmaster— P. B. Flanders. 

Ex. k. Tel. Ag'l— Frank P. Gobs. 

Hotel— Hotel Potter, A. J. George, 

Livery Stable— a E. Sfaephard. 

Manutkcturers^rishiDg rqAn^ Walter S. Trumbnil : lumber. W. B. 
Gobs, grist mill and grain, C. F. Noyes; harness repairing, P. B. 
flanders. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, Jesse Baker, 0. H. Yeaton, John Wilbur, 
' Jerry Gore. Hetiry Dow. 

MerChants^Auctioneer, G. J. White ; Rroceries, F. £. Emerson. 

Real Estate and Pension Agent— J. G. Whitcomb. 

AlVTRim, HILLSBOBODGff—Vop. 1,325. 8. W. fV. 0. 30 m, 
N. W. fr. ManeUe^ter, 30 ra, and fr. Nashua, 33m. £.i2.£[.— Antrim, on. 
Hillsboro* and PeterboroR. R.-an extension of Oontoocook Valley R.R. 
Dailv Stage to North Branch; arrives at 715 a. m., leaves 12 m. 

OFFICERS— C!«rA;, J. A. Balch ; Treas., F. F. Roach; Selectmen, 
Milton Tenny, Chaa. O. Woods, I. P. Hutchinson; Board of Eiuea- 
tion^ D. W. Cooley, A. B. Crombie, Adeline Gould; Board of HeaUh, 
Y. G. Warner, M. D., O. W. Brownell, A. B. Crombie, Nwth Branch. 

Postmaster— Albert Clement. 

Justices— D. H. Goodell, N. C. Jameson, Morris Christie, G. A. 
Cochran, E. W. Baker, A. H. Ingram, J. A. Balch, Geo. P. 
Little, H..A. Hnrlin, L. D. Cole, C. R. Jameson, J. E. Perkins, A. 
Swett W. H. Hills, J. B. Loveren, A, B. Crombie, I. A. Balch, J. B. 
Jameson. 

Churches —Bap., B. H. Lane; Meth., W. A. Loyne; Pres., W. R 
Cochrane; Gong., L. W. Morey.- 

Exp. Au't— American Ex. Co., R. P. Whittemore. 

Stat. & Telegraph Agt.— A. H. Ingham. 

Public Telephone— C. H. Martin. 

High School— A. W. Small, prin. 

Hotel— Antrim Hotel, Chas. Farmer; Carter House, H. B. Far- 
well. 

Ins. Agts.— E. W. Baker, Chas. R. Jameson, C. E. Hills, J. B. Boyd. 

Lawyer— L. D. Cole. 

Library— Antrim Circulating Library. 

Livery Stables— Chas. Bass, C. W. Farmex, 

Manufacturers— Cutlery, fruit parers, seed sowers, cherry stoners; 
knife and file handles, hammock chairs, pencil sharpeners, Goodell Co. 
excelsior, M. D. Poor ; strawboard boxes, S. R.Robinson ; folding cribs 
rockinic and swing cradles, E. C. Paige; cribd and cradles, J. G. Abbott 
Est.; luife, pail and bundle strap handles, C.F.Holt; braided fish 
and chalk lines, C. B. Cochrane ; saw mills. Goodell Co., M. D. Poor, 
C. F. Holt, W. A. Hildreth; shaft supporters, C. B. Kibbey. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blackfsmiths, D. P. Bryer, J. A. Bryer; 
contractors and builders, Merrill k Sanborn, C. F. Downes, Goodell 
CO.; carpenters, ChaSi Merrill, L. D. Cole, G. H. 
Cleaves, F. J. Cleaves, Chas. Sawyer; 

job printer and pub. Antrim Reporter. H. W. Eldredge; merchant 
tailor, F. F. Koach; house painters, Geo. Perkins, James Green, 
house and carriage painters, G. N. Hulett; wheelwrights, H. C. 
Mcllvin; photographer and photo engraving, F. L. Nay ; shoe re- 
pairing, Geo.' Whitcomb; barbers, G. W. Wilson, N. J. Morse ; job 
teams, Morris Bumham, J. B. Perkins, B. L. Brooks, Geo. Gib- 
lou; auctioiweri, Scott k Woodbury; brick masons and buUder 



GUILD'S OrMn MonntaSn Kidney Oore. the beet remedr 
eTermade for kidney trouble. Handled by dmggiste all over 
the world, or will be sent by the proprietor. J. H. G^nild, 
M. Dm Rupert, Vt. 

45 BUSDOBSS DnUBOTORY. 

J. C. Butterfleld, H. Lawrence; Antrim Beporter, H. W. Sldredge, 
publisher; nurse, Willard ManniDg. 

Merchants— Putney ic Little, HHrry Deacop, B. C. Ooodwin, 
Ed. V. Goodwin; carrlngea and sleighs. Milton Tenney; coal, HcN-ris 
Bumham, J. E. Perkins; meat, G. M. Neamith ; Jewelry, W. B. 
Willis; millinery, Blyitie B. Cooley, Mre, Itabelle ( lement; 
stotea and tinware, Forsaith k Hunt; bakery, O. H. Robb; dra^^ 
store, C. H. Martin ft Co.; clothing, 0. F. Davis; bafiMss maker, B. 
F. Upton; undertaker, J. G. Abbotfs, Estate. 

Physicians— F. O. Warner . K. H. Taft: bomeo., Morris Christie, A. 
A. Chessnut; dentist, D. W. Cooley. Fidelity Rupture Cure, War- 
ner & Kibbey, agents. 

Summer Boarding Houses— Sunset Hill House, John W. Baas; 
Antrim Hotel, C.W.F^mer; Vlountaln View House,G.F.Perry ; Garter 
House, b . B. Farwell ; Lake House, 0. F. Holt; Shady-nook Cot- 
tage, J. M. Duncan; Pet erwaugh House, 0. R. Jameson, J. F. Ten- 
ney, L. T.Lovewell, H. S. Lawrence; North Br.^ Maple Farm, B. P. 
Campbell. 

Societies— Waverly Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Bebekah Lodge; Ephraim 
Weston Post, G. A. R.; Antrim Grange, P. of H. 

North Branch— Po«^ma«<er— Nelson St. Sautaur. 

Jostirea— J. E. Loverin, A. B. Crombie. 

Merchant— H. B. Husk. 

Manafartnreni— Blacksmith, Ghas. Woods; lumber, J. B, Loverin; 
bobbins, Fall River Bubbiu Go. 

Apfhorp— Grafton Co., R. R . station in town of Littleton. See 
Littleton. 

ASHLAND, OBAFTON— Pop. 1,193. N. fi-.C. 46 m ; 8. B. fr. 

Plymouth, 6 ra. R. R. <9.— Ashland on B. & M. R. R. 

OFFICERS — Clerk and Trf<u., 0. A. Brown ; BeUdmm, Frank 
Fifleld, Dana Carey, F S. Hucklns; Board of Educatton.W. H. 
Galley, J. R. Stevens, J. H. Blanchard; Board of Health, J. M. Ohe- 
ney, M. D.. 0. A. Brown, E. P. Warner. 
. Postmaster— Willis p. Hardy. 

Tel. Ag't.— Geo. F. Plnmmer. 

Telephone— Plymouth & Campton Telephone Co. 

Justices— A. W. Drew, T. P. Cheney, G. B. Gordon, J. L. Wilson, 
F. M. Hughes, R. R. D. Dearl)Orn, S. C. Baker, A. B. Porter, O. B. 
Scribner, 0, A. Brown, J. M. Cheney, W. C. Bowen, D. W. Gkrey. D. 
Smith. J. F. Huckins. B. B. Kendrick,D. W. G. Durgin, J. F. Babb, 
E. G. Gammons, Chas. Woodman, W. C. Brown, F. L. Hughes. W. 
D. Hardy, G. B. Stevens. 

Bank— Asblund Savings, F. M. Hughes, Treas. 

Boarding House— James Morris. 

Churches— F. Bap., J. F. Babb; Epis„ . 

Ex. Ag't— W. P. NorriB. 

Hotels— Squam Lake House, J. M. Cotton; Broean's Inn. James 
Brogan. * 

Livery Stables— A. P. Nichols, F. B. Flanders, Brooks & Roby 

Ins. Ag'tS— J. L. Wilson, F. M. Hughes. 

Lawyer— J. L. Wilson. 

Societies^raf ton Lodge, L O. O. F.; Bebekah Lodge; 0, W. 
Keyes Poet, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Passaconaway lodge 



Porter's Window and Door Screens are the Best. 
For sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 47 

K. of p.; Mt. Prospect Lodge. F. k A. M.; Bickford Lodge, A. O. O. 
W.; Ashland Div., S. of T. 

Manuftteturers— Blacksmiths, T. E.Carr, F. H. Chick; carp«aters 
and builders, Frank Fifield, T. G. Shepard, John S. York; machinists 
Frank Fifleld.A.F.Fifleld; boxes and cartoons, Dexter Sanborn ; hoota 
and shoes, A. B. Moulton ; hosiery, Ashland Knitting Co.; wool- 
en. Hart, McArthnr A Hart ; Job printer, R. R. D. Dearborn ; 
leather board, H. C. Dearborn A Co. Collins &C04 lumber, pack- 
ing boxes, etc., Knsnrope Lnmber Co., H. H. Shepard, agt.; manllla 
wrapping paper, Wilder Sc Co.; Plymouth buckskin and kid glores, J. 
F. Diaper & Co, J. G. Morrison. 

MerehantS— Hughes & Brown, SuUiran Bros., Ashland 
Mercantile Ass'n, Hodgdon k Pollard; auctioneer, B. F. Pease, Ifi. 

C. Clark; ooaI,D. C. Merrill]: carria^, A.F. Nichols; drugs and 
medicines. Porter k Pierce, Brown k Hucklns; fancy goods aud mil- 
linery, Mrs. 8. J. Brown, Hughes k Gear, Susie Dean; grain and 
feed. Brown k Morrill ; jewelrv, Browtf k Huckins, Porter k Pierce; 
meati and T^^tables, Hodgdon & Pollard; stores and tinware, O. 

D. Thompson ; firuit, confectionery and cigars, W. B. Cogswell. 
Physicians— A. R. Garey, J. M. Cheney ; dentist* C. S. Woodman. 

Opticians, F. S. Huckins, C. A. Huckins. 
Restaurants— J. S. Drew. 

A slmelot— Cheshire Co., R. R. station in town of Winchester. 
See Winchester. 

ATKINSOIV, ROCKJNOHAM'-Fop. 483. 8. E. fh>m C. 36 m. 
8. W. fr. Exeter, 16 m. R. R. .Sf.— Atkinson, on B. A M. R. R. Dally 
stage. Tillage 2 m from station. 

OFFICERS— a«rA;, Geo. A.Page; Trecu., Gilman Greenougb; Belectmen, 
John Pettengill, H. N. Sawyer, J. W. Stickney; Board of Education^ 
H. N. lawyer, Mary L. Wheeler, Oilman Greenougb; OoUector, S. B. 
Mason; Board 0/ Health, G. P. Dow, 8. B. Mason, G. A. Page. 

Postmasters— G. P. Dow; X>epo<, A. E. Hoyt. 

Justices— Gilman Greenough. 8. G. Chandler, I. R. Hoyey, J. H. 
Smith. 

Churches— Cong., Rer. G. H. Scott; TTnir., supplied. 

Ex. A. Tel. kg'i— Depot, A. E. Hoyt. 

Literary Institution— Atkinson Academy, H. N. Dunham, Prin. 1 

Society— Atkinson Grange, P. of H. 
' Mechanics— Builders, Mesmith & Mason, 0. L. Whlttaker, Fred 
P. Wright: painter, A. S. Cole. 

Merchants— G. P. Dow, M. G.Calef. 

Atkinson Depot— Rockingham Co., R. R. Station in town of 
Atkinson. See Atkinson, and also Plaistow. 

AVBITRM, ROCKINGHAM— Vov. 631. 8. B. fr. C. 18 m. W. 
ft. Kxeter, 18 m. R. R. &— Auburn, 1}4 m. on C. ft P. R. R. 

OFFICERS— CTerib, E. C. Griffin; Treas.y A. D. Emery; Selectmen^ 
Edwin Plnmmer, T. F. Dodge. A . K. Preston: Board of Hduea- 
Hon, E. F. Hanson. F. A. GriiSn, J. P. Griffin; Board of Health, H. 
C. Sanborn, Henry P. Wood, F. H. Gilbert. 

Postmaster— F. H. Prescott. 

Justices — ^A. F. Fox, W. M. Neal, A. D. Emery, Harrison Burnham, 
Chas. Spofiford, B. C. Griffin, W. A. Prosser, J. N. Bradford. 

Churches— Cong., — : ; Meth., John Bradford. 

Boarding Houses— I. F. Grant, John Daris, Wm.Haaelton, Lester 
Hall, Bei^. Eaton, A. D. Emery, Sarah 8. Hall, Lynden Emery. 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTERS, 16 for 36c 
Sent by mail. S. A. DOW, Prop, and Mfr. 

48 BU8INES0 DIREOTOBT. 

Summer Hotel^Rathborn Honee, R. 8. Clark*. 
; Ex. Aa*t— J. Denwoodie. 

Public Telephone—F. H. Prescott. 

Society— MasMbeiic Orange, F. of H. 

Manuncturers— Lumber, W. H. Griffin, A. W. Plngree. 

Mechanics — ^Biacksmith, A. B. Pretton ; carpenters, J. P. GhaM, 
O. A. Klinge, G. McCluer, L. Bmerv, Wm. Haselton, Rdward Smith. 

Merchants — F. H. Preacott, D. DInnewoodie; meat, Wm. BnaMry. 

BaffleT'e— Merrimack Co., B. B. station la town of Warner, 
Ck>ncord dTt. B. A M. 

Bank VilliMr*— Hlllsboro Co., In town of New Ipswich. 
Nearest railroad station, Greenville. See New Ipswich. 

BABNi^TEAD, BBLKHAP—Voip. 1,264. N. B. fr. C. 20 m; 8.B. 
fk*. Laconia. 18 m. R. R. 5.— Bam^teud, on Soncook Talley Bztuich 
B. k M. B. B. Rochester, 18 m.and Farmington,14; conteyaooe to 
each. • 

OFFIOBRS— CterA;, John D. Nutter; TrtoM.. Daniel B. Tnttle; Be' 
Uctmm^ Center, John H. Jenkins, Frank S. Nutter, yorth, 3, G. 
Locke. 

Postmasters— Partu^e. C. W. Blanchard; dnUr, D. N. Saokett; 
South, Mrs. ReynoIdB; North, G. W. Dow. 

Justices-Joseph P. Blaisdell. J. B. Blanchard, Horace N. Oolbath, 
John H. Jenkins, John George, John D. Nutter, Charles B. Walker, 
Oscar FosB, Bnos George, Thomas L. Hoitt, Daniel B. Tuttle. 

Churches— Gong., Center, 0. C. Boop ; Parade, W. H. Woodsom ; 
Cong., Sou^A, W. H. Woodsom; AdT.,- — Knowlton; Cong., North, 
— — Lucas. 

Hotel— Shackford's, W. H. Shackford. 

Manufacturers— BUcksmiths, Omter.Bwrt Smith, Timothy Emer- 
son, T. Grieves ; Parade, B. T. Blaisdell; boots and shoes, 0. B. 
LancasterA Co.; carriages, H. H. Young; builders, F. E. Palmer; 
lumber. Thomas F. Seward, Oscar Foss, Center; W. B. 
Drake k Sons, Parade; woolen goods and hosiery, J. C. Pickering, 
Parade. 

Merchants— Pariule, G. B. Giles, C. W. Blanchard, Walter Bichard. 

son: South, Bben Hanson, Enolton; Center, John A. Clark, D. N. 

Sackett A Co., J. D. Nutter, auctioneers, A. J. Whittier, Parade;J, P. 
Blaisdell, Center; dry goods and millinery, Mrs. D. N. Sackett, Cen- 
tre; undertakers, H. H. Young, Center; M. £. Babh, South. 

Physicians— Ckfiter, G. H. Hawley; dentists, South, Geo. W. 
Bmerson. 

BARRINOTON, -SriTZi* FPOiZl>— Pop. 1,404. B. fr.C. 30 m. 
W. fr. Dover, 8 m. R. R. &— Barrington, on N. A R. R. R. North- * 
wood, Barrington and Rochester stage leaves Northwood at 6 a. u., 
arrives at Barrington at 8.30 a. m., arrives at Rochester at 10 a. m.; 
leaves Rochester for Barrington at 12 noon, leaves Barrington for 
Northwood at I.80 p. m. Ihe Strafford, Barrington and Dover 
stage leaves Strafford, Bow Lake, for Barrington at 7 a. m. and con- 
nects with the Northwood stage, arrives at Dover at lO.SO a. m.; 
leaves Dover for Barrington 11. ao a. m., arrives at Barrington 1.15 
p. m , and connects with the Northwood stage daily. 
mOFFICBRS—C^A:, Henry W. Locke; Treaa., Charles £. Buzzell; 
Selectmen, W. T. Hale, C.F. Waterhouse, R. 8. Locke; Board of £dU- 
cotton, Q. B. Haley, W. E. Waterhouse, J. F. Sherburne; Road Qm- 
fn<««{an€r«, L. F. Swain, Walter Buzzell; Board of Health, "Wm, 



SUck to TRUAX BHEUMATIC CITRE and jon 
will be benefited. 

BUSINESS* DUtSOTORT. 49 

Waterhonae, M. D., John Q. A. Swain. JEatt, Freeman Varney« 
Strafford Ofmer. 

Postmtsters-^. O. A. Cheslej ; Bagt, Mrs. F. R. Hayes, John R. 
Palmer, Norths H. F. Oat^ WiBSt, Joel Morison. 

Justices— J. R. Palmer, W. H. Smith, H. W. Locke, A. L. Calef, J. 
H. Bozzell, E. B. Wiggins, W. Waterhonse. J. H. Tnttle. F. J. Berry, 
J. B. Palmer, G. B. Osgood, Ezra T. Hall, A. F. Calef, John H. 
Mndgett. 

Churches— Bap., ; Gong., D. Mclntyre; F, W. Bap. 

Society— Centennial Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Baskets, Bben Oapen ; blacksmiths, Wm. Daris^ 

Geo. Smallcorn, Peter Manser; brick, Ganlt; builders, J. F. Ber^ 

rj ; lumber, J. M. liocke, J. F. Berry; spokes and felloes, C. B. 
Baszell; butter, Barrington Creamery Ass'n, A. B. Locke, snpt. 

Merchants— Grain and flour, G. B. Haley, Daniels & Clark; groce- 
ries, J. R. Cale^ T. R. Hall, E. B. Brown, J. Heury Tnttle, C. A. 
Caney, J. L. Critchett, Joel Marison. 

Physicians— Wm. Waterhonse, J. H. Mudgett. 

BABTLETT9 CARROLL— Vop. 1,247. N. E. fr. C. 86 m; N. W. 
fr. Oasipee, 45 m. R. R. ^.— Bartlett and Gleu Station, on M. C. R. R. 

OFFICKRS— CZ«rA;, A. W. Burnell, Glen ; BeUctmm, G. K. How- 
ard; B. W. Sawyer, InUrvaU; Willis Mead, Low*T Bartldt; School 
Board. A. W. Bumoll, Nathan Hill, W. Pitman; Board of Health, 
L. J. Frlnk, M. D, E. 0. Garland; W. H. Tasker. In tervale. 

Postmasters— H. M. Rideunt; Xoioer, Andy Putman; Gle% A. W. 
Bnraell ; InUrvaXt^ Fred W. Dinsiuore. 

Justices— G. W. H. Pitman, A. L. Meserre. M. W. Pierce, Joseph 
Pitman, Wm. Pitman, Jonathan Gale, A. W. Burnell, G. W. Knight, 
C. C. George^ F. E. Hanscom, C. H. George, G. K. Howard, John R. 
Home, jr., F. H. Robinson. 

Churches— Adv., ; Meth., ; Gong., J. R. Home, 

Henry Hammond ; Lower BarCUtty C. E. Jones. 

Exp. Ag't k Tel. Operator— J. R. Gillies ; Olen, A. W. Burnell. 

Ins. Agt— C. H. George. 

Hotels— Care MCn House, E. A. Sterens; Olen, C. Stelpben, 
Lower, East Branch House, Pitman Bros. ; Pitman's Hall, W. 
Pitman ; ifotemoZe, Pequaket House, H. A. Vickery ; Langdon House, 
J. L. Pendexter; Fainriew, C. A. Tasker; Pendexter Mansion, C. C. 
Pendexter. 

Lawyer— G. W. M. Pitman. 

Societies— Oeecola Lodge, I. 0. O. F.; Rebekah Lodge; Carrigan 
Lodge, K. of P.; Mt. Washington Lodge, L O. G. T., Qlen; Saco 
Valley Lodge, I. O. G. T.; Grant Woman's Relief Corps. 

Manufkcturers- Blacksmiths, G. T. Wilson, Frank Lessor ; OUn^ 
W. F. Carlton, G. W. Garland ; Lower, G. W. Weeks ; carriages, T. 
Paacord ; lumber, Bartlett Land and Lumber Co., Kearsarge Peg Co. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Carpenters, J. H. Mead, F. C. Stilliog, 
IS. Whitten; barbers, G. W. Knowles, H. L. Towle, F. Simoueau; 
painter, JoelRobinson, Qlen, 

Merchants— E. O. Garland, George Brothers, Garland Sc Howard, 
P J. Marthi; Lower, J. D. Sanborn; Glen, Mrs. M. B.. Connell, F. E. 
Hanscom ; Jhtorvole, Geo. Dinsmore; mileages, J. O. George; drugs, 
Bartlett Drug Co.; bakery, Wm. King. 

Physicians— L. J. Frink; Qlen, Milliken, ^ 



GUILD'S Green Mountain Kidney Cnre, beet remedy on 
earth for kidney trouble. Send for practical treatise on 
the kidneys, to J. U. GUILD, M. D.. Rupert, Vt. 

50 BUSINESS DIBBCrrORY. 

" BATH. QBAFTON'-'1*op.,9i2. N. W. fr. 0. 80 m ; N. fr. Hayer- 
bin 14 ni. B. A S.-Bath. on B. 0. & M. R. R., Wh. Mt. Dir. 

0FPTCBR8— CZ«r*, C W. Jnckman; Treat., H. H. Hall ; SeUetmem^ 
A N. Blandin, M. R. Tewksbury. M. 0. Mar«ton; Board qf HeaUK 
G. E. Davenport, M. D.; John Whitney, Swifiwater; J. D. Child. 

Postmasters— J. L. Bedel; QwiftwaUr, Horace Deming. 

Jutttees— Bdward Woodt, R. E. Foiter, H. C. Garbee. W. B.Blandind 
J D Child, Charles Child, A. N. Blandin. J. C. Whitney. C\ W. 
Jackman, A. H. Drnry, J. C. Whitney, W. B. Blandin. J. G. Mara- 
ton, C. C. Foster. 

Churches— Cong., Wm. France; Unit., W. P. Bikini; SwifUoaUr, 
Meth., A. G.Smith. 

Public Telephone— Bath Lumber Co. 

Ex. & Tel. Agent— A. w. Ciough. 

Lawyers— J. li. Carleton, Sdward Woodi. 

Eating Houses— Klmwood Honse, C. W. Clark; Old Stone House^ 
B. P. HutchlnB; M inkier Hotel, J. W. Minkler. 

Uvery SUbles— J. W. Minkler, C. W Clark. 

Literary Institution— Union 8cbool.DiBt., C. B. Drnry, chairmao ; 
Bath Soheol Dist., J. C. Whitney, chairman. 

Society— AmmonooBue Grange, P. of H., BwiftvoaUr, 

Manulacturers— Bobbins, Lisbon Power Co., Joshna Nutter, laidv 
Poor's Ointment. Morrison's English Liniment and CloTerilla, J. W. 
Foster ft Co.; lumber, Bath Lumber Co., Swijtwaler, Swiftwater 
Sawmill Co.; creamery, Bath Creamery Co., 8w0waterf Wells River 
Creamery Co.; printers. Contest Pub. Co.; saw mill and electric 
lights, Lisbon Power Co. 

Mechanics & Artisans— Blacksmiths, James Drnry, H. D. Ciough 
Joshua Nutter; carpenters. Moses Lang, Geo. Bailey, R. Cross, J. D 
Norris, 0. P. Rollins, A. W. Bailey, G. W. Howland; painters, C. H. 
Foster ft Sons. 

Merchants— J. W. Foster, B. A. Stymest, Bath Lumber Co.; mil- 
linery, Mrs. C. Hastings, dressmakers, Mrs. C. W. Clark, Minnie 
Williamson. 

Physician— G. B. Davenport 

Summer Hotels— Old Stone House, Z. N. Hutchins ; Minkler's Ho- 
tel, J. W. Minkler. 

Sayslde— Bockingbara Co., R.R. station in town of Greenland. 
Portsmouth Branch B. & M. 

Bear Island — Belknap Co., in town of Meredith on Lake 
Winnipesaukee. Nearest R. R. station. Weirs. P. O. in summer- 
Hotel (siftnmer) Bear Island House, S. Lovejoy, prop'r. 

BEI>FOBI>, HILLSBOROUGH— Pov.,hl02. S.fr.C.21m; S. 
W. Ir. Manchester 6 m. A]/^ m. R E. 8. — Manchester, on C. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C/erJfc, S. A. Riddle; Treat., Quincy Barnard; Select- 
men, L. M. Klmson, J. F. Gove, G. O. Spencer, Board of Educa- 
tion, J. P. George, M. E. Manning, W. W. Darrah; Board of Health, 
T. J. Wiggin, A. W. Holbrook, J. P. George. 

Postmaster- Fred A. French. 

Justices — J. A. Riddle, S. A. Riddle, Clinton French, Gordon Wood- 
bury, Thomas I. Wiggin, Herman Foster. 

Church— Pres., W. C. Lindsay. 

Physician— D. Grant. 
Public Telephone— Gordon Woodbury. 

Society— Narragansett Grange, P. of H.; Thomas Savage Com- 
luandery, U. O. G. C. 



Sai^ve Freight by ordering Porter Screens shipped 

direct from the Factory. For sale by all Jobbers. 

Forter Screen Manufacturing Company. 

BUSINESS DIRBGTOBT. 51 

Manufacturers— Blacksmith, J. S. Parkhnrst: lumber, S. C. Da- 
mon, Q. F. Shepard, J. R. Leach ; wheelwright, C. P. Farley ; bntcher 
and cattle dealer, E. R. French ; planing and saw mill, F. G. Holhrook. 

Merchants — F. A. French ; vegetables, E. W. Stevens. 

Relic otap Point— Belknap Co., B. R. station in town of Gil- 
ford, Lake Shore Branch B. & 91. 

BEI^MONT, BELKNAP— V0V..1M2. N.fr. 0.18 m. 8. fr. La- 
conia, 6 m. R. R. 8.— Belmont, East Tilton, 4 m., on 0. ft M. R. Semi- 
daily stage to Gilmanton Comer, 4 miles; stage arrives at 8 a. ro. and 
4.do'p. m., leaves at 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. 

OFFICERS— Oter*. H. C. Adams; IVea«., F. K. JoYmwyuV Beleetmen^ 
8. N. Ellsworth, A. A. Smith, Fred A. Cnrrier; Board of Educa- 
tion, Mrit. Jason Cotton, E. S. Monlton, Harvey Gardner; Board of 
Healthy Wm. H. H. Chaplin, John H. Lyford, Bxock Dearborn. 
Postmaster— A. I. Smith; WnnUquam, C. B. Jadkins. 
Justices— W. C. Wells, Isaiah Piper, Harvey Gardner, T>. W. Jnd- 
kin8,M. H. Philbrick. F. K. .Tohnsnn. E.C. Bean, F. W. Hackett, B. 
I*. Bstes, K K. Piper, S. P. Philbrick, E. G. Ladd. 

Churches— Ist F. Bap., G. 0. Wiggin; 2nd F. Bap., J. C. WaMrou ; 
Christian, Rev. 0. J. Hancock. 
Exp. Ag't— H. C. Adams. 
Public Telephone— Mrs. Chas. Hall. 
Hotel —Currier's Hotel, J. P. Cnrrier, prop. 
Livery Stables— C. H. Aikens, D«vi8 k Son. 

Societies— Gov. Badger Lodge, K. of P.; Belmont Commandery, 
TJ. O. G. C; Lawrence Grange. P. of H. 

Manufacturers — -Blaclcsmiths, James Jordan ; builders, 
H. Thompson. .T. W. Sweatt, H. Twomblv, Andrew 
Phillips. Cyrus Norris, R. P. Willard ; saw mill, Smith & Phelps, C. 
O. Jndkins ; barbers, Geo. H. Woodwnrd; hosiery, Gilmanton Mills, 
Moses Sargent, agent ; lumber, J. H. Weeks; wheelwrights, J. E. Max- 
field, H. A. Twombly. 

Mechanics and Artisaps— Painters, G. R. Bowman, W. H. H. 
Chaplain, J. P. Willard, O. O. Osborne; tinsmith and plumber, W. 
J. Biarrett; printers, Kendall & GUman; barber, E. G. Marden. 

Merchants- K. G. Bean, A. I. Smith; driign and medicine, E. C. 
Bean; jewelry, F. K. Johnson ; meat. Smith & Dearborn; fruit and 
confectionery. C. W. Johnson ; agricultural implements, C. W. 
Knowles ; carriages, M. K. Smith ; millinery and dry goods, C. D. 
Hall; grain, Smith & Dearborn; clothinff. Belmont Clothing 
House; boots and shoes, M. K. Smith; dry goods and boots and 
sboes, E. H. Brvant; confectionery. S. F. Young: groceries, Ganlt 
Bros.; meat and provisions, W. F. Cutting; coal, E. L. Phelps. 

Physicians— S. A. Merrill, F. L. Gerald, A. S. Bolster; optician, 
Jas. P. Cilley. 
B. & M. Station Agent— H.'C. Adams.| 

Be mis— Carroll Co., B. R. station in Hart's Location. See Hart's 
Xtocation. 

BENNINGTON, HILLSBOROUGH— Vov- 642. 8. W. fr. 
32 m ; W. fr, Manchester, 30 m. R. R. -ST.- Bennington, on B. & 
M. B. R., Concord Div., and Manchester & Keene R. R,, 1^ mile. 

OFFICERS— C^erfc, G. H. Philbrick; Treat., G. A. Whittemore: 8e- 
Uetmen, W. H. Odell. H. A. Eaton, M. M. George;'^ Board qf Educa- 
Hon, L. G. Hlldreth. C. M- Kimball, W. O. Starrett; Board of Health, 
li. G. HUdfeth, A. B. Lawrence. H. J. Burt _ 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTERS, cure mud 
dog andrattle snake bites. 8. A. Dow, prop, and mgr. 

52 BUSINESS DIBEOTOBT. 

Postmtster— G. L. Herrlck. ,^ „ « 

Justices— H. J. Bartt, 0. A. Wbittemore, W. E. Downs, Joki 
B. Fleming. I 

Church— Gong., Fred Winn; Cstb., Fr. FiUfl^rald. 

Hotel— George 0. Joilin. 

Livery Stable— 0. S. Brown, George 0. Joelin. 

SUt. k Ex. Agt.-C. H. PbUbrick. 

Public Telephone— W. E Downs. 

Societies— Bennington Grange, P. of H.; Frank W. Butler CuBft 
8.of V. 

Manufttcturers- Blacksmithe, G. 8. Holt, J. L. Fleming : eutteii, 
Goodell Co.C. J. Kimball: paper, W. T. Barker, electric light. Good* 
ell Co.; lumber. W. C. & F. C. SUrrett. 

Merchants— W. B. Downs, George 0. Joslin; meat, H. A. Knight; 
clooka and watches, Hartwell Lakin, George Woodbridge; barbers, 
Geo. Woodbridge, Byron Bichardson. 

Summer Boarding Houses— J. G.Dodge, James Favor, B. A. Holt, 
B..D. Felch, Mrs. Annie Fleming. 

ieiENTOUrf OBAFTON—Vop. 244. N. W. fr. 0. «6 m ; B. fr. HaT. 
erhill, 10 m. B. R. ^.— North Haterhill on 0. k M. B. B., White Mt 
Div. 7 m. Stage daily to WoodsTlUe, 10 miles from North. 

0FFICKR8— CTerJb, J. H. Keyser; Treai,,0. L. MaDn; SUectmen, 
L. H. Parker, G«o. Clark, W. J. Hardy: Bocurd of Education, F. M. 
Tvler, M. S. Nutter, Mrs. Buth Veazey; Board of HecUth, C. H. 
Clark, F. M. Tylar, W. 8. Nutter. 

Postmistress— Mrs. Buth Veazey. 

Justices— G. W. Mann, 0. L. Maun, J.H. Keyser, W. W. Eastman, 
P M. Howe, W. D. Veazey. 

Church— Meth., Albert G. Smith. 

Hotels— Tip Top House, Mt. Moosilooke, p. o. Breezy Point, N. H.; 
Veazey House. 

Merchant— 0. A. Veazey. ^ _ _ . « ^ „ 

Manufacturers— Lumber, J. H. Keyser; carpenters, G. W. Mann, 
E. G. French. 

BERIilHTf COOS— Pop. 7,500. N. B. fr. G. 165 m; B. fr. Lancas- 
ter, 36 m. B. B, 8.— Berlin on Grand Trunk B B. Berlin on 
Whitefield A Jefferson Branch, B. St M. B. R. 

0FFIGEB8— Jfoyor, H. F. Marston; Police Magistrate^ Geo. F. 
Bich; ObttficiZnwn.wardl, David Walsh, J. F. Bell, C. S. Clarke; 
ward 2, F. L. Wilson, F. M. Clement, Philip Beaudoin; ward?, Lorin 
Dresser, Christian Johnson, John Paqnette; City Marsha}, John T. 
Youngcliss; Asi^t. City Marshal, Jay Alexander; City Clerk and Tax 
Collector, Joseph Letburneau; City Treas., L. Henry ViUeux; School 
Committee, H. M. Johnson. M. D., Alice G. Mason, C. P. Kimball; 
Board of Health, B. Brunning, J. J. Cobb, M. D., Frank Brown; 
Overseer of Poor. A. B. Forbush; Chief *Fire Dept., Geo. A Porter; 
^m'< CAtV. Geo. Kent: Auditor, Vf, A, Boothhy* Sewer Ccmmis- 
siontrt E. A. Burbank; Oavie Warden, Alwyu Cordwell; Stred Com- 
mi9simer^ O. W, Femald. 

Postmasters— FoU*, E. A. Beane; Mills, J. W. Condon. 

Justices— Qreenleaf Coffin, Sylvester Boothby, J. B. Noyes, L. A, 
Dresser, Fred N.Wheeler, J. fl. Bates, i». F. Bich. B. N. ChamberliD, 
H. I. Goss, J. Howard Wight, A. B. Forbush, J. A. Pike.B. L. Pike. 
B. 0. Sanderson, Geo. B. Burgess, H. B. Oleson, A. K. C!ole, C. L. 
Doe, J. A. Letoumeau, C. D. Henning, D. J. Daley, F. A^ Colby. 0. 



Over two hundred testimonials of cures bj Truax 
Hheumatio Cure. 

BNSINBSS DIRECTORY. 58 

ST. Wardwell, O. F. Rich, J. M. Lavin, W. P. Marden. D. P. Shonna- 
han, Edward Burbank/ A. T. Craig, W. H. Paine. J. H. Woodward, 

Churches— €oiigM J. B.Carnither8 ; Bpis^ M. P. Ladd; Meth. A. T. 
Craig; Irish Oath., E. B. Mackey; French Cath., N. Coaniorer ; 
XJniT.. Miss Isabella McDuff; Bapt., A. S. Stowell; Lutheran, 8. L. 
Oarmore. 

Exp. Agents— B. H. Boynton, A. T. Cansier. 
Hotels— fflnclair House McNallv k Maye; Berlin Honse, H. F. 
Mutton ; Central House, H. J. Holland; Rerere House, O. W. Lynch. 
Lawyers— J. Howard Wight, Chaniberlin A Rich, Daley & Ooss, 
W. H. Paine, C. D. Herming. 

Manufticturers— Bakers, W. Landry, B. Toossaint, Berlin Home 
B^ery, R. P. Marshall; boots and shoes, Wm. Moffett, Louis I^av- 
ertne ; lumber, Berlin Mills Co., Berlin Mfg. Co.; pulp, Berlin Mills 
Co., Berlin Falls Fibre Co., Burgero Sulphite Fibre Co., Olen Mauuf 'g 
Co.: paper, Berlin Mills Co., Glen Mfg Co.; wood working, Build- 
ers'* Supply Co. ; shoe shop, €lhick- Bros.; printers. Berlin Inde- 
pendent. Andrus A Barney; foundry and machine shop, E. M. Cross. 
Merchants— Berlin Mills Co.,C. C. Qerrish ft Co.. Greenlaw, Page 
ft Boe Co., T. J. Pickford ; dry goods and cIuthing.H. Wertherim. H. 
L. Steinfleld. Stahl Brothers, Solomon Steinfeld, J. A. Wagnen cloth- 
ing. Peoples,* Clothing Co., N. Y. Clothing Store; watches and jew- 
elry, G. L. Prescott S. F. Hill ft Co., A. B. Forbusb, W B. Macmas- 
ter; drugs, Berlin Pharmacy. F. L. Wilson ft Co., P. W. McHugh, 
C. Brooks ft C6., Cote ft Marchand; groceries, Mrs. Zelia R. Kiely; 
fruit, C. S. Clarke; hardware and plumbing, 

JS. A. Burbank, Gilbert ft Parent, Berlin Mills Co.; furniture, C. 
C. Gerrish & Co., Gilbert ft Parent; Berlin Mills Co., M. H. Cham- 
berlln; millinery, J. A. Wagner, Mrs. H. L. Steinfeld, New York 
Millinery Store, Mrs. P. St. Laurent; dry goodp, Rerliu Dry Goods 
Store; merchant tailors, C. P. Day, J. P. Sullivan, E. Chambier, 
B. 0. Lemrise, A. St. Pierre, T. L. Webb, A. M. Hubbard : boots ft 
shoes, P. £. Beandoin, A. R. Jack, F. H. Adams; stationery and 
confectionery, C. S. Clarke ; fish, I. G. Marshall ; meat, Green- 
law, Page ft Doe Co., F. H. Cross, D. Le- 
febvre, C. C. Gerrish & Co., Berlin Mills Co., W. De Wolfe; 
photographers, E. F.Osgood, Rivand ft Couturier; Berlin Steam 
laundry, Berlin Chinese laundry: flour, grain and hay, John Goebel, 
Greenlaw, Page ft Doe Co.; paints and oils, Gordon ft Balch: coal, 
Greenlaw, Page ft Doe Co., Simon Stahl, C. Brooks; ice, J. F. Bell, 
Greenlaw, Page ft Doe Co.; wood, Grenlaw, Page ft Doe Co., B. L. 
Pike, J. B. Noyes, C. N. Hodgdon. 

Societies— Berlin Lodge I. O. O. F.; Rebekah Lodge. White Moun- 
tain Lodge, U. O. P. F.; Coos Lodge, K. of P.; Francis D. Green 
Post; Mount Florist Commandery, U. 0. G. C; Sabatis Lodge, A. 
F. ft A. M,; Render Lodge, K, of H.; Berlin Lodge, A. O. U. W. 

Banks— Berlin National, pres., A. R. Evans; Berlin Savings Bank 
and Trust Co., pres, A. M. Stahl. 

Loan Ass'ens— Berlin Building and Loan Assc'n, pres., John 
Goebel ; People's Building and Loan Assc'n, pres.. D. J. Daley. 

Insurance— Fire and Live Stock Insurance, Fred Wheeler. G. P. 
Hiokford; life, W. W. BurUngance, J, A. Letoumeau, Wheeler ft 
• Woodward, 

Physieians — F. B. Looke, John D. Holt, A. Lavallee, H. W. Job- 
ion, O.H. Bowker, J. J^Gobbt h A* 0. ChampagQe. A, Gatallier, M. 



GUILD'S Green Mountain Kidney Cure, best remedy on eartb 
for kidney trouble. Send for practical treatise on the kidneys, 
to J. H. GUILD, M.D.,Rupert» VI. 

54 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Tel. Ag'ts— J. A. Letoumeau, K. H. Bnynton, Mrs. A. T. Causier. 

public Telephone— Central office. F. L. WilBon, Berlin House. 

BETHIiEilEllI, GRAFTON— Top., 1,267. N. from C. 90 m ; 
N. K. fr. Haverhill 35 m. R. R. S.— Bethlehem, on White Mt. R. R. 
Stages oonnect with all trains. 

OFFICERS— C7<?rfc, Geo. D. Bnck ; Ttms., W. W. McGregor; Sfe- 
Iwtmen. E. B. Bishop. BenJ. Tucker, J. W. Hoyt; Board qf Health, 
BenJ. Tucker, R. N. Gordon, A. W. Biandin. 

Postmasters— Geo. D. Bnck; ></(/er ^rooXr.Thos. Fletcher, Jfople- 
wood, G. T. Cruft; Pitrctfs Bridge, Joseph Kenney ; Wing Boad^ Mary 
S. Huntoon. 

Justices— G. T. Cnift, T. M. Fletcher, BenJ. Tucker, 6. H.Tnmer, 
G. B. Buck. L. M. Knijcht. C. K. Baker, J. E. Viall, D. B. Crane. 

Boarding Houses— Turner House, J. N. Turner; Bellevae, 
David Phillips ; Strawberry Hill, J. K.Barrett; The Gramercy, B. 
Stimson ; Mt. Agassis, J. M. Mathes ; Hillside House, B. S. Da- 
vis A Son; The Arlington, F. C. Abbe; Howard House, F. B. 
Derbyshire; Alpine HouHe, 0. H. Clark ;Mt. Washington House, 
R. N. Gordon ; Highland House, J. H. Clark ; Sanborn Cottage, W. 
R. Sanborn ; Farm Cottage, A.8. Phillips ; Swett's Cottage, Mrs. F. M. 
Gardner; Elm House, R. M. Hodgdon ; Maplewood Cottage, Geo. T. 
Cruft ; Garfield Cottage, Geo. L. Oilman. 

Churches- Cong., D. J. Eastman; Epis., ; Meth., Daniel 

Omiott. 

Hotels — Sinclair House, Durgin <fcCo.; Maplewood Hotel, Gee. T 
Cruft; The Allmond. 

Livery Stables— Durgin k Co., J. E. Smith, H. Carr. 

Stat. Agt. W. W. McGregor. 

Express Agt.— R. McDonald. 

Public Telephones— F. L. White; Junction^ F. G. Newton. 

Society— Bethlehem Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Harnesses, C. R. Oobum; lumber, John Pierce, 
Jr., Noves k Co.; sleds, C. Alto ; printer, M. Addey; carriages, F. A, 
Haskell. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Barber, Ed Jobin; plumber. A. W. 
Noorse; rainters, H. C. Barrett, A. L. Watson, A. K. Thompson; 
carpenters. W. G. Bowker, C. W. Kastman; dressmaker, Lillian 
Dexter. 

Merchants— C. G. White, W. H. Clark: auctioneer, C. E. Swasey; 
drugs. H. P. Smith: meat and provisions, Fred Lewise k Co. 

Betlilelie'iv JFuncti on— Grafton Co., p. o. called Pierce 
Bridge, White Mt. Div. B. & M. R. R. 

Blair — Grafton Co., in town of Campton. Nearest R. R. station 
Camptcn. See Campton. 

Blocl|?«tt'«i XiandinflT- Merrimack Co., in town of Newbury, 
which is nearest R. R. station. Steamer from Lake Sunapee in 
Summer.. 

Blooda— Hillsboro Co., R. R. station in town of Litchfield. 

Blue Hills- See Strafford. 

BOSCAW£lf, MERRIMACK— Vop., 1,487. N. W. fr. C. 10 m. 
R R, S. BoBcawen and No. Boscawen, on Northern R. R. • 

OFFICERS— OcrA;, G. H. Hubbard. p.o.ad.Penacook ; Selectmen^ G. 
W. Fisher, Edgerton Raymond, A. G. Harris; Board of Education. 
G. W.Fisher, Mrs. A. J. Carter, Rev. A. C. Hurd, Mrs. John Sao- 



Porter's Window and Door Screens are the Best. 
For sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 65 

bom. Goo. Neller. G. H. Holland; Board ofJffealth, W. G. Buxton, 

B. E. Graves, M. D. 

Postmasters— €. W. Carter, North, Tiras 8. Holland. 

Justices— G. W. Fisher, J. 0. Pearson, W. G. Buxton 0. H. Hub- 
bard, B. E. Oraves, G. A. Morse, F. L. Gerrisb, E. A. Griffin, F. S. 
Friable, S.'N. Allen. 

Church— Cong., ; Penacook, E. B. Burrows, p. o. ad., 

Penacook. 

Hotel — Penacook House, H. Bonney, p. o. ad Penacook. 

Public Telephones— Boscawen and Canterbnry Telephone Co., 
Janjen & "Wheeler; N. E. Telephone Co., James & Wheeler. 

Town Library— Miss liOttie A. Wilson, lib. 

Society— Boscawen Lodge, I. O. G. T. 

Manuracturers— Brick, J. E. Bines; lumber, L. R. Flanders; 
ladiee' dress goods, Dustin Island Woolen Mill; axles and foundry. 
Concord Axle Co.; twine, Boscawen Twine Mill; flour and grain; 
Btratton k Co.; saws, FiHherville Saw Co. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, H. S. Annis, J.O.Houston, J.Edward Mc- 
Shane ; carpenters, G. L. Pillsbury, G. P. Browne. G.C. Hale;painter8 
and paper hangers, G. C. Hale, W. F. Henderson; hamessmaker, 
E. G. Emerson; grist mill, Ed. Colby. 

'Merchants— P/am, James Wheeler; Chandler AQBrigham, San- 
bom Bros., p. o. ad. Penacook. 
Physicians— E. E. Graves, A. C. Alexander, p. o. ad. Penacook. 
JBouldera— Sulliyan Co. Steamer from Lake Sunapee in sum- 
mer. 

BOW, MERBIMACK—Vop. 725. S. fr. C. 6 m. R. R. S.— Concord 
and Robinson's Ferry, on C. R. R.; Bow Junction, on Concord R. R. 

OFFICERS— CTerAr, G. W. Colby ; Treas., W. C. Saltniarsh; Select- 
men, 0. B. Rogers, Orren Saltmarsb, C. C. Wheeler; Board of Educa- 
tion, Annie Stevens, Lewis Page, W. C. Saltmarsh; Board of Health, 

C. F. Hammond; Lewis Page, Concord; G. W. Short, Hooksett; 
OoUector, Alex Mctlarg. 

Postmaster— Charles F. Hammond ; North, John H. Burroughs. 

Justices— H. M. Baker, J. C. Hammond, F. A. White, W. C. Salt- 
marsh, J. H. Burroughs. 8. E. Burrouglis. 

Churches— Bap., 8. Woodbury ; Math., M. Tisdale. 

Summer Boarding House— Wood Hill House, G. W. Colby, prop. 

Society— Bow Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers — liumber. Geo. W. Colby, F. W. Noyes. 

Bow Mills— Postmaster— Mark Upton. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, Mark Upton, M. T. Ladd ; pulp, Moore, 
Brown k Co. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, Willougbby 0«lby, F. O. Whitter; car- 
penters, D. M. Hammond, H. W. Smith; plumber, H. C. Colby. 

Merchant— Groceries and hardware, Mark Upton. 

Physician— F. E. Colby. 

Boiv Lake — See Strafford. 

BRABFORD, MERRIMACK —Voip. 810. W. fr. C. 25 m 
R. R. ;8.— Bradford and Melvin's Mills, on C. & C. R. R. Stage to New 
London. 

OFFICERS— C7erfc, H. P. Morse; IVccw., Everett Kittredge; SeUet- 
men, Edward Messer, W. N. Bly, Jonathan Merrill; Road Agent, G. 
T.Dnnfleld; Board of Education, Parker Craig, Henry McCoy, Hollls 
Blood; For Unkm i>»»<., Harlan Morse, Georgle A. Butman, Ada 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTERS preTMfr 
lockjaw and blood poison, a A. Dow, prop, and m^ 

•56 BUSINESS DIBBOTORY. 



•Band ; PubHe Library, Nellie Peulee, librarian; Board of 
4ioBwell Oummings. <*. A. Cilley, J. B. French . 

Postmaster—Geo. Greeeey. 

Justioes-O. P. Daifii, P. M. Tappan, G. W. Tucker, J. A. PeaatoiL 
•D. 0- P««J|w». J. B. Prench, Thomaa A. J. Jones, E. H. Eaton. Oe^ 
'Dunfleld. E. C. Meeser, G. P. Band. «.•*««, ueo.^ 

Churches-Bap., B. W. Potter. CAng., Samuel Eaton. 

£x. k Tel. Afl't— G. L. Mitchell. 

Hotels— Baymond House, Charlee Gillla; Springs, Henry Mc Gov. 

Ins. A(j'tS-J. K. Lund, 0. P. D»vl», J. a! Peanlee. ^ 

•Lawyer— P. H. Gould. 

Livery Stables— Geo. B. Clark, Fred Cresaev. 

Public Telephone— P. B. Choate. 

Societiw-BradfordGrange.P.of H.; MaBsaeiocum Lodge, I. O. 
O.P.: Bebekah Lodge; 8t Peter's Lodge, P. A A. M : Ool. W W 
Tappen ^mp, 8. of % Woman's Belief 6orps; Bradford Comium: 

Manufticturers-Hubs,and boats, Bates ft Jones; coffins and caa. 
kets, J- C. Bailey; harnesses, Silas Sawtell; lumber, D. G. P^alei 
Tucker 8c Prench, Band A Cheney : picture frames and clothea b«« 
B. N. Bates; tin. C. H. Marshall, C. P. Wellman. ' 

V Mechanics—Blacksmiths, Huffh Corrigan, Hall A Hadlev • 
builders, T. A 8. Jones, J. Hoyt, t P. Morse; jeweler. B. W. Smi^' 
machinist, J. A. Woods; marble worker. D. H .Day ; printers. Hoi^ 
A Hsfikell ; surveyor, T A. J. Jones; bakery, Bagl^ I SmlS. 

Merchants— P. H. Messer, W. M. Carr 8ilM cvik^ 

?kT-^*tI'^^"* "^"^"r^^' >*'•>«' Gillis; clo'thing,H■w.^MaS 
8hall,P.H.Mes8er; drugs and medicines, W. H. Abbott, DO 
Underwood; fish and oysters, J. A. Hall ; miat J^nh S' 
Trow; flour and meal, Silas Colby; Jewelry tnd cl^ks W 
MCarr; millinery goods, MrH. ThomaJ ' CumSn|^; sewhS' i^* 
^ines,W.M.Carr; stoves and tinware, C. H. ^rshaTl, C. F 
Wellman. * * 

ails**^'**^**"'""^* ^ ^^^'*"» ^- G.Underwood; botanic, P. B. Blch- 

««?R*R *rir«jrnn*''Jr1??^***° ^-^ *» t«^° Of Warren, which is near- 
est R. B. SUtion P. O. in summer, Summer Hotels, The Moosi- 
lauke E. B. Woodworth, prop.; Merrill's Mountain Home, aVl. 
Merrill, prop. Stage in summer. * 

BRENT WOOB, iJ(?C«:/A^Or^^if-.Pop. 967. S.E.fi- O 30 m 
W.fr. Exeter 6 m. A i?. 5.-Epping, 4 m.f Exeter. eTon^ston A 
Maine B. B.; Fremont, 3 m., on N. A B. B. B "^^u a, 

OPPICEB8-CterA:,G.E.Bowe; 2V^a».,E.'G. Flanders; Sefecfma* 
J. L. Stevens. J. W.Dudley, W. M. Thyng; Board of Ed^^S^ 
aa Swain,^rs^SamuelDudley; Board of BeaUh, W.-^lTlW? 
M. W. Caverly, M. D., J. L. Stevens, Exeter. 

Postmasters-J. H. Bowe; West, B. H. Fellows; Cbmer, Mrs. P. 
H. Bartlett; Ecut, Mrs. Orne; Gray, Mrs. G H. Bartlett 

Justices-E. G. Flanders, Charles Flanders, A. W. Dudley, D P Fel- 
<SS. H." Bla^S. • '^''^^^^ ^'"*^'^- ^- ^^^^'^^'O"' John W. Didley. 

Churches^Bap., J. H. Higgins ; Cong., H. H. Colburn 

Society— Keeneboro Grange, P. of ff. ^-uiuurn. 

Manufacturers— Boxes, WeH, B. H. Fellows: nanar ^^^ 
W«rt.B.H FelIows;^carViage wood workTB^Vt^B^we's^M' 
water wheals, grist mlMs, dealers in new andieSnd Sind mwhto^l 



A Rutland man oared of Rheumatism by TRU AX 
RHEUMATIC CURE. 

BUSINESS DIBBCTOBY. 57 

Robinson A Yoani?: contractor and builder, J. W. Sanborn; griit: 
Aod shingle mill, Charles Flanders; saw mill, Joseph Sanborn, p. o. 
Kingston; saw and shingle mill, Bast, W. D. Robinson. 

Merchants— D. O.Waldron. J. B. Smith, Wetlf Frank Wood; mmt 
and provisions, John Lake. Willie D. Kendall ; nursery plants, Ac.,. 
John W. Smith A Son, J. T. Smith. 

Physician— M. W. Caverly. 

^ raU^OEUr ATER, GRAFTON— Vov. 882. N. W. fr. C. 30 m. 
8^. fr. Plymouth 4 m. B. B. S.— Bridgewater, on C. A M. R. R. 
White Honntain Dir. 

OFPICBRS— Cferik, J. B. S. Fifleld. p. o. ad. Plymouth; Trecut., H. 
W. Tilton ; BeiUetmen^ O. H. Bfarston, D. B. Clement, D. T. Atwood; 
Axird o/ £auoat»on, Myrtie Ferrin, D. B. Clement, D. T. Atwood; 
^rd of ffeaUh, J. C. Morrison, p. o. ad. Ashland; W. W. Gilpat- 
rick, C. H. Marston. 

Postmaster & Merchant— C. H. Marston. 
^stices— B. J. Plllsbury, J. S. Morrison, D. B. Clement, C. H. 

lUnafoeturers— liumber, D. B. Mitchell. 

Summer Boarding Houses— Lake Point House, G. B. DoUoff;: 
™quebec Inn, Mrs. Wm. A. Sawyer; «lm Lawn, 0. L. Dolloff ; 
Bin* wood, Mr». D. Y. Fifield ; BeU Vista, D. C. Whittemore; New- 
»«»d LakeHoa8e,M.H. Johnson. 

^rt|f]ttwoo€l— Merrimack Co. Nearest R. B. station, Mt. Sun- 
•P«e, or steamer from Lake Sunapee in summer. 

BM8TOI*, OR A FTON—Fov-y 1,624. N. W. fr. C. 30 m; S. from 
^"T'noath, 16 m. R. R. A— Bristol.at terminus of Bristol Branch R.R. 
OTFICBRS— Cfer*, D. M. Calley : Treat., C. H. Dickinson ; SeUctnun, 
O. L. Tilton, W. A. Berry, Chas. E. Davis; Bchool Board, G. H. Mar- 
"O, Mrs. Sarah Worthen, E. T. Pike; Board of Education, Fred Ack- 
™»n. R. E. Dearborn, Albro Wells, J. W. Savage, Mrs. D. B. Wey 
Joutti; PWice, S. D. Fellows, B. Seaver; Board of Health, 0. A. 
Smith. 0. Bishop. M, D., 0. E. Davis. 

Postmaster— C. H. Proctor. 
^Justices— 0. W. FllDg, L. W. Fling,W. A. Berry, I. A. Chase, K. B. 
wbom, B. F. Perkins, D. M. Calley, G. L. Tilton, H. H. Follansbee, 
C^. Smith. J. B. Brown, J. R. Connor, Geo. H. Kendall, D. B. 
wns, Frank P. Fields. 
5S7ing5 Bank— G. H. Calley, Pres.; W. 0. White,rrrea«. 
Courcties— Cong., J. W. Savage ; F. Bap., A. W. Jeilerson; Mstb., 
*•▼. J. D. LeGro. 
Ex. Ag't— O. F. Morse. 
Jeleqraph Ag't— C. H. Dickinson. 
Public TeleiAione— G. H. Ingall. 
Hotels— Hotel Bristol, M. F. Wilbur. 
^ Ins. Ag'tS— Fire, John R. Connor ; fire and life. Dearborn A Chase, 
CW.Flibg. 
Lawyers— L. W. Fling, I. A. Chase, K. E. Dearborn. 
Uterary Institution— Public High School. J. Mnmle Swain, prin.; 
^blic Library, Miss Emma Berry, librarian; E. Belle Calley, asst 
Ubtarian. 
Uvery Stables— W. Beede, J. W. Wilbur A Co., John Favor. 
Switflis— Newfound Lake Grange. P. of H.; Nelson Post. G. A.B.; 
Woman's ReUafOorps; OardiganXodga, I, 0. a F,; Promise «•- 



PORTER SCREENS are Standard in Quality. F^m 
sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Go* ■ 

58 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

bekfth Lodge; BriHtoI Lodge, K. of P.; Union Lodge, A. F. & A. M« 
Merrill Lodge, A. O. U. W.; Bristol Valley Lodge, I. O. G. T. 

Manufir's— OarriAges and iileighs, Bben Seayer.G. Boardman; ctdar, X» • 
B.Tilton. B. Sanborn; clothes bors«s, saw horses and lemoo sq a aeac w, 
Arthur Hntchinson; crutches, Calley A Currier; flannels, ]>od9» 
Davis Mfjc. Co.; flour and meal, C. N. Merrill, L. S. Robie: lambei; 
0. N. Merrill, Hutchinson Bros.; manilla paper and pulp, Trmin, 
Smith 4 Co.: picker sticks, Marshall Ballon, W. A. Berry A O04 
hoas«flnish,B.L. 4 A. Wells: colored poster paper, pulp, kc, Mawm- 
Perkins Paper Co.; shoes. Bartlett A Flur, Famsworth & Co. 

Mechanics k Artisans— Blacksmiths, C. A. Smith, Anson Bnztoa, 
J. D. Webber; bnilders, B. L. A A.Wells, David Perkins. R. 8. Hatt- 
ings; boot and shoe repairers, Q. A. Alden, F. P. Height; bak«ia| 

B. R. Whittier; harnesses, C. H. Tukey, Frank Bingham ; job priDt«r, 
R. W. MnsgroTe; marble worker, Ferd Fall; mason, Chas. San- 
born; painters, F. W. Siraonds, 8. 8. Quint, C. J. G. Wells, E. & 
Oilman; merchant tailors, Mel ntire& Phipps; barbers, J. J. Bi^. 
son, C.Follansbee, Benj. Grey; photographers, F. H. Brit[gs; mm- 
chlniBt,C. W. Holmes; plumbers. 8. D. Fellows; tinsmiths, O. B. 
French, A. G. Dolloflf; Bristol Weekly Bnterprlse, B. W. Musgrove, 
proprietor; upholsterer, G. M. Bowe; paper hanger, Edw. Oilman. 

Merchants— 0. H.Hammond, Alexander A Davis, J. 8. Connor, 
Fowler A Weymouth, Cavls Bros.; auctioneer., 8. Follansbee; boota 
and shoes, 0. H. Dickinson, M.M.Harriman k Co.; clocks and watches- 
G.B. Towns, A. B. Pray; clothing and gents' fbmishing goodsu 
0. H. Dickinson; dry goods, W. George, 0. B. Rounds; drugs and 
medicines,©. L. Wicks, Fowler & Co.; fish and oysters, N. Olg- 
nere; fhrniture, coffins and caskets, O. A. Robie; furs and pelta, 
J. D. Follansbee: meat, 8. DolofT, Abram Dolloff, J. A. Curtice; iron, 
John Oilman; millinery, W. George. Kate F. GeorRe, Mrs. L.8.BalloQ; 
music, R. W. Musgrove; oysters, D. M. Calley, G. H. Ingalls; tinware, 
etc., O. B. French ; fruit, confectionery, Ac, D. M. Calley, G. H. In- 
galls, Saunders A Son, G. F. Fifield. 

Electric Co.— Bristol Electric Light Co., G. A. Emerson, prea.; G. 

C. Currier, vlce-pres.; D. M. Calley, clerk and treas. 
Physicians— G. H. Calley, A. V. Doud; eclec., Channing Bishop ; 

dentist, Q. A. Ballon. 

Profllo Falls— Flag station on B. A M. R.^B., 1^ miles sonth 
from Bristol. 

Postmaster and Merchant— B. B. Tobie. 

Manufacturer— Saw mill, B. B. Tobie. 

BROOKFf EI«D9 CARROLL— Vop. 349. N. E.ft-.C.ftO m ; 8. B 
fr. Ossipee, 12 m. R. R. ^.—Pike's Crossing, 1 m., Wolfeboro' June. 2 
m.. Union vil. 6 m., on Ports. Gt. F. A Conway R. R. 

OFFICERS— CTw-ife, J. F.Hackett; Trea*., Wm. H. Hubbard; &" 
Udnun, Wm. A. Bixby, 0. H. Cook, I. W. Palmer; Bchool Board, 
8. H. Hntchins. Chas. Coleman, A. L. Scresrgel; B ard of Health, 
Chas. Wllley, W.F. Sanborn, p. o. ad. N.Wakefleld, Edwin F. Nuts. 

Postmistress— Mrs. Mary Hanson. 

Justices— D. C. Colman, Charles Churchill, Frank Hntchlns, J. F. 
Robinon, J. C. Pike. 

Churches— Adv., T. L. Churchill, C. Colman; Msth., O. W. Bryant. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, J. F. Hackett, J. H. Ferguson, H. W. 
Peavey ; carpenters, 8. H. Plummer, D. W. Lang, G. A. Wiggin, J. C, 
Pike, L W. Palmer, J. H. WUlsy . 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTERS are th« only 
sure remedy for rheumatism. S. A. Dow, prop. 

BUSINBSfl DEREOTOE^ 59 

]iROOKL.IN£9 HILLSBOROUGH— Vo^. 648. S.W. fr. C. 40 m- 
"W. ft. Nashua, 13 m. M, R. 5.— Brookline, and three trains per day 
on Fitchburg B. R. 

OFWCBRS—OfcrJfc, A. A.Hall; Treas., H. S. Corey; BeUdmen^k, 
"W. Corey, I. Daniels, B. S. Whltcotob; Board of Education^ G. H. 
Nye, G. W. Bridges; Board Qf Healtft, C. H. Holcomb, M. D., Ira 
Daniels, O. D. Feasenden. 

Postmaster— G. W. Bridges. 

Justices— G. W. Bridges, A. A. Hall, C. W. Smith, j 

Tel. Ag't— F. R. Bennett. 

Public Telephone— G. W. Bridges. 

Ins. Ag't— M. A. Rockwood. 

Ex. Ao't- B. T. Hall. 

Cburcnes — Cong., J. A. Belanger; Meth., Arthur Shattuck. 

Hotels— G. P. Averill; Blmwood Honse, Mrs. L. P. Peabody, prop. 

Livery— W. Boutelle. 

Lit. Inst— BrooklinePub. Library. 

Societies— Brookline Grange, P. of H.; Samaritan Commandery, 
U. O. G. C. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmith, L. M. Shattuck, F. G. Hobart ; car- 
penter, B^la G. Cochran, 0. B. Oummings; wheelwrights, C. B. 
Shattuck, C. W. Smith; stone quarries, 8. A. Tyler, Fitzgerald A 
Itoherty; Fresh Pond Ice Co., T. S. Hittinger, supt.; rasp and flic 
works, John Ridge. 

Merchants— Samuel Swett, B. B. Tarbell, B. B. Daniels, J. A. 
Hiall; jewelry, F. L. Wllloby; flour and grain, 0. D. Fesseuden; bak- 
ery, A. Finley; barber, Wallace Spragae. 

Physician— Chas. H. Holcomb. 

Burke HaTen — Sullivan Co., in town of Sxinapee. Nearest 
B. R. station, Mt. Sunapee, or steamer from Lake Simapee in sum- 
mer. See Sunapee. 

Cambridgre— Coos Co. Nearest R.;b. station Bryant's Pond, 
or Bethel, Me. 

CAHPTOir, GRAFTON— Hop. 984. N. W. fr. C. 52 m; N. B. fr. 
Plymouth, 6 m. R. R. £>.— Pemigewassett Valley R. R. Train daily. 

OFFICBRS—C?«rA;,G. Little; Treas.,J. C. Little; Selectmen, G.S. 
Bwins, B. H. Cook, B. H. Sanborn; Board of JEducation, W. G. 
Hubbard, Robert Ford, E. H. Sanbom; Board of Health, H. A. Che- 
ney. M. D., A. D. Muchmore, M. D., E. B. Swift. 

Postmasters— E. H. Keniston; West, J. R. Watson; Blair, Chris- 
tiana Blair. 

Justices— C. W. Cook, T. S. Pulsifer, C. W. Johnson, jr., B. H. 
Sanbom, M. B. Cone, B. H. Keniston, Wm. H. Adams, D. S. Perkins, 
B. Sanborn, H. A. Cheney, H. M. Fifleld, 0. F. James. 

Exp. Ag't— Davis Perciyal. 

Hotels k Summer Board— Moses W. Merrill, G. S. Bartlett, T. S. 
Pnlsifer, D. B. Pulsifer, Samuel F. Hill, Mrs. S. S. Mitchell ; West, B. 
H. Sanbom, Chas G. Avery ; Blair, J. 0. Blair & Son, H. N. Davis. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, West, Monlton & Johnson. 

Churches— West, F. Bap., Theo. Person; Chapel, S. D. Mellen; 
Cong.. Robert Ford. 

Society— Campton Grange, P. of H. 

Mechanics — ^Blacksmith, G. W. Morrison; Tre«<,ILer^'Moulton, J. 
A. Dow; carpenters, G. L. Tyler, G. H. Bump; drdSlmaker, Mrs. 
Nittie Bftge; brick mason. West, Laroy Moulion; painter and paper 
)i«Dger, West, Henry Lougee. 



BRODBBCK CANVAS CANOfiS. Send for prio^- , 
list F. BRODBECK, W. Box. Digtu, BosToy^ . , 

60 BUSINB8S DIRBOTORY. 

MerehantS— ■. H. Keniston, IL B. Gone ; West, Oftrias Moalton; « 
J. R. Watson, Moalton A Johnson; clocks, watches, elc^ Q. F. Blaia- ' ' 
dell. ^« 

Vlllaire— Postmaster—W. H. Adams. 

Church— Bap., A. H. Murrey. 

Public Telephone— Plymouth & Campton Telephone Co. 

Exp. Ag't— Lewis Avery. 

Hotels A Summer Board— C. G. Webster, Bprague k Son, A. B 
Oook, Reuben Hutchinson, Sawyer A Mat veil. 

Livery Stables— J. H. Plummer, C. 0. Pettinglll. 

ManuTacturers— Carriages, R. J. Plummer': furniture, Frank 
Chase; flour, meal and woolens, B. Dole A Co.; lumber, Daniel Morrill, 
Fred Hutchinson; excelsior, Tompkinson Bros.; cutting and planing 
lumber, F. P. Hart. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, D. Hnckins, B. Perkins ; carpenters, 
D. Morrill. Frank P. Hart, D. B. James; tinsmith, J. G. Yamnm; 
barber, Wm. Holmes. 

Merchants— Wm. H. Adams, H. M. Fifield, J. C. Mnchmors ; 
meat, V. C. Smith A Son; millinery, Mrs. J. H. Plummer; drugs, 

A. D. Muchmore A Son; carriages, Sanborn A Dole; J. 0. Blala- 
dell; undertaker, Austin Simpson; clothing, E. Dole k Co. 

Physicians— A. D. Muchmore, U. A. Cheney. 

CAWAAW, GBAhTON—Pop. 1,417. N. W. fr. 0. 43 m; S. from 
Hayerhill. 30 m. B. B. A— Canaan and West Canaan on B. A M. R. 
R., Concord Div. 

OPFICBRS—a«r*, G. H. Gordon ; Treat., A.W.Hutchinson: fife- 
leetmen, John Currier. C. N. Murray, H. B. Gates; .Collector, I. B. 
Stevens; Board cf Education, Toynn, U. L. Webster, G. W. Chase, 
H.G.Robie; High School Di8.,F. D. Currier, O. H. Gordon, G. W, 
Murray; Board qf Health iBKnM Eastman, F. A. Bogardus, M. D., 

B. M. Tucker, M. D. 

Postmasters— L. B. Sargent; Centre, F. Jepson; WeU, W. A. Holt; 
Strut, Chas. P. King. 

Justices— F. D. Currier, C. O. Barney, H. F. Wooster, G. W. Mur- 
ray, S. R. Swett. M. T. Colby, W. G. Fogg, W. B. Holt, 
A. M. Shackford, John Currier, B. M. Tucker, G. H. Gordon, C. F. Br- 
«rett, H. G. Robie, C. H. Tower, Elijah Smith, W. B. Richardson, 
Claude M. Murray, 0. L. Rand, Daniel Goss, H. R. Norris, J. J. 
Harrigan, 0. B.Chllds, H. L. Webster. 

Boarding Houses— Grand View House, A. R. Wilkinson; Sunset 
House, H. B. Tenney; Hotel Lucerne; Jerusalem Spring House. 

Churches— Bap., D. M. Cleveland; F. Bap., ; Meth., 

C. B. Reed; R.C., M. H. Egan. 

Ins. Agts«— Frank Currier; life, W. 0. Story. 

Literary lust.— High School, G. W. Sumner, prin. 

Ex. A Tel. Ag't— G. H. Gordon. 

Hotel— Cardigan House, 0. A. Kimball. 

Lawyers— G. W. Murray, Frank D. Currier. 

Livery Stable— Cardigan House, C. A. Kimball. 

Societies— Mt. Cardigan Lodge, E. of P.; Indian River Grange, 
Mascoma Grange, Wut, P. of H.; Cardigan Division, S. ofT. 

ManufkCturers— Blacksmiths, F. E. Howe, West, D. IL Hai^ 
rigan. Center, Jos. Bamev ; boots and shoes, O. B. Childs, C. D. Waah< 
bume, Wellington Norris; Masoema shirts and overalls, Barney Bros.; 
printer, C. 0. Barney; lumber, H. A. Oilman, A. M. Shackford; ox 
yokes, Edwin Flint; crayon portraits, B. M. Allen; newspaperS| 



Ba^a J*V©lght by ordeHug Porter Soreens shipped dirdot 
from the Faotorj. Far ^aU bj all Jobbers. 

Porter Senjeo ManufaoturlDg Company. 

BTJeiNBM DIRSOTORT. 61 



Chuk^h Reporter and M«flcoma Register, C. 0. Barney, editor and 
pTijp,; afaaker eho^, W. P. Garduer A Co.; harnesses, H. B. Wooster, 
A. v. FoUanabcie; pbotoifraphs, A. 6. Lowell; undertaker, 0. Smith 

BS^rchantS— Bain&y BroB.^ M.H. Milton, Carey Smith, A.P. Follans- 
tf*e Jt Co., A. £!< Bmith & Co,j West, W. B. Hoit, H, L. Webster; 
Cisnit^ VJepiOTi\^reetJabri L:arrier;floTir,John FernaId,H. A.Gilman; 
^rtitlu .Towns e^bd&GoigB;auctioneer,S.R.Swett;meat,C.8mith, A. P. Fol* 
l&Diabw, Osntre^ O. P. Muuroe, J. H. Lordon ; drags and medicines, 
K. M. AUeii;mllliiiery«ULrv. L. B. Sargent; stores and tinware, Q. 
W. Lovett, I>. Eautman ; periodicals and stationery, CO. Barney; 
Je^weEer, Frank Welch, A. G. Lowell; wood, coat and ice^ F. B. Smart; 
barlKT, N.J. inil. 

Physicians— K. M. Tacksr,?. A. Bogardns; dentist, 0. W. Pit- 
mao, 

CAJTDIA, SOCKING RAM— Pop. 1,108. S. E. fr. 0. 16 m ; N.W. fr. 
Sxeter, 20 m. B. B. S. — Gandia and Bast Gandia, on Concord A Ports. 
R. R. 2 stages from Deerfteld connect with trains In the morning, and, 
ret amln g from down train at night. 

OFTICBRS— Oerl;, O. A. Beans; TVmu., a. F. Cass; Selectmen^ J>. 
B. Brownie. F. FifleId,Chas.W. Tovfle; SoiU-d of Health, A. J, 
Pitman, M. D., A. M. Foster, M. I) ., J. Lane Fitts, p. o. ad. Char- 
mingfiu-e. 

Postmasters— O. A. Beans ; Village^ J. H. Foster; EoMt, F. P. 
Brown; Cffkarming/are^J. L. Fitts. 

Justices— M. F. jBmerson, J. h. Fitts, W. O. Lang, J. H. Foster. 
O. L. Bowe, W. A. Baker, F. P. Brown, C. H. Tamer, W. 8. Stanley, 
H. W. Moore, E. E. French, G. H. MoDuffie, A. A. Mllliken, H. A. 
Hubbard, J. H. Nutting, F. W. Baton. 

Churches— F. Bap. B. D. Frost; Cong. T. C. Pratt. 

Exp. Ag't— M. A. Dexter. 

Public Telephones— G. H. Turner; Bcut, F. P. Brown: Village,]. 
H. Foster. 

UiS. Ag'tS — J. L. Fitts, E.E. Smith, Moses F. Emerson, J. W. 
Sargeant. 

Societies— Candia Grange, P. of H.; D. B. Dudley 'Post, G. A. R.; 
Woman's Relief Corps; Leola Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Wenona Bebekah 
Lodge; Rockingham Lodge, A. F. k A. M.; Adah Chapter, O. E. S.; 
Fraternity Commandery, U. O. O. C. 

Manufacturers— Lnmber, ttowe ft Dearborn; lamber, flour and 
meal, J. Johnson, 8. A. DaTisj shoes, Dearborn Bfos., J. :.A. Holt, 
A. H. Nelson. W. Dearborn, J. F. Holt 

Mechanics— BI(&ck8miths,B.W. HeaIey,Louis Remoe, Arthnr Critch- 
ctt; builders, P. M. Towle, 8. A. Davis, Frank Davis; undertaker, 
Charles B. Bean; painters, Bonser A Davis, J. W. Plalstcd A Son, W. 
Vamnm, J. B. Marden. 

Merchants— F. P. Brown, Mark Dexter. J. H. Foster, Kimball 
Cash Grocery, C. H. Turner, W. A. Barker; auctioneers, F. P. Lang- 
ford, Ira A.Ordway ; clocks and watches, Daniel Baker, G. F. Smith ; 
meat, G. P. Smith; meat and noceries. E. E. Smith. 

Miscellaneous— civil engineer, J. L. Fitts; tel. op., W. G, Lang. 

Uvery— O. L. Rowe. 

Physicians— A. M. Foster, A. J. Pitman. 

CMiobia Xiake— Bocklngham Co. B. R. station in town of 
Windham. See Salem and Windham. 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTER, in any fam- 
ily is worth its weight in gold. 8. A, Dow, prop. 



BUSIHES8 DIRBCTORT. 



CANTERBURY) MERRIMACK— Pop, 964. N.fr.C. Om- 
it. R, iS.— Canterbury, 2}^ m. and No. Ooncord, 3 m., on B. A M. B. 
Whito Mt Div. Stage leavee Uplands at 0. 86 p. xn. fur Bast Ouitei^ 
bory, Caaterbury Center and Canterbary Depot, to meet 9.42 train 
Boatb; and leaves Canterbury Depot at 3.46 p. m. for Canterbary 
Oentre, East Canterbury and Uplandf. Telephone from Canterbury 
Depot to Shaken and Boecawen. 

OFFICKKS— CZerib, G. H. Oale; Treat,, C. H. Fellows; Selectmen, 
M. F. Bmery, M. A. Foster, W. W. Wheeler; Bottrd qf Bdueaiitm, 

F. L. Brown, Albert Ball, Mrs. G. W. Fletcher; Board of Heatth, A. 

G. Chase, J. P. Dt*rbom, G. P. Morrill. 

Postmasters— A. H. Brown; Ead, Mary L. Wflson; Depot, K. CaSK 
VpUmde, A. A. Green, acting. 

Justices— Henry L. Clougb, Luther Sargent, A. H. Brown, M. F. 
Emery, Boland Green, P. C. Olough, Geo. I.Sargent, F. H. Brown, 
W. F. Stone, J. M. Colby, S. C. Pickard, P. C Clough, B. P. Ingalls, 
O. W. Dow. 

Churches— Centre, Cong., A. B. Hall ; Uplanda, Cong.. ; 

Satt Canterbury, Shakers, B. H. Smith: F. Bap., Bldar Griffen. Lit- 
erary Ins., Kizer Seminary, Miss Edna M. Hunt, prin. 

Boarding Houses— G. H. Gale, J. P. Dearborn, Mrs. J. C. Green- 
ougb, W. W. Wheeler, Ed. Peverly, Geoige W. Fletcher, L. I. Chase; 
C^ndf, J. H. Hancock, B. M. Lyford, O.W.Dow; H. L. Oloogh, 
OafUerbury Dnwt. 

Exp. Ag^t— K. Cass. 

Society— Merrimack River Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Malleable and steel ax and hammer wedges and 
handle guards, G. P. Morrill ; lumber,Milo S.Morrill, E. L.Batchelder, 
M. F. Emery, J. H. Moody; shingles, Milo S. Morrill, Jacob G. Towle. 

Mechanics— BlacksmithsXSeo. H. Gale,0. H. Fellows; carriages, O. 
H. Gale ; carpenters, C. F. Morrill, S. A. Morrill, F. H. Mer. 
rill, R. M. Bennett; painters, L. H. Haynes, F. H. Merrill; paper 
hangers, F. H. Merrill, L. H. Haynes. 

Merchants— Canterbury Store Co., S. W. Lake; auctioneer, Alfred 
H. Brown; groceries and grain, Canterbury Store Co., S. W.Lake ; 
phosphate and plaster, Sam W. Lake; fish, Nathan French. 

Hair Cutter-S. W. Lake. 

€ARROI«I«9 coos-Pap. 822. N. fr. C. 130 m; S. fr. Lancaster 
16 m. R. R. ^.— Twin Mountain, on B. ft M. R. R. }^ m. and M. 
C. R. R. Yam, 

OVVICEBS— Clerk, J. F.Leavitt; Treas., J. F. Leavitt; SeleOmm^ 
Wm. F. Hobbs, G. G. Howe, R. H. Brill; Board of Bduoation, A M. 
Allen, S. D, Hunt, D. Brown; Board of Health,!. B. Rosebrook, p o 
ad Twin Mt.; Sd. P. Gallagher, p o ad Fabyans; N. A. Glines, p o ad 
Twin Mt. 

^Justices— W.F. Hobbs, H. B. Jenness. 0. G. Barron, W. A. Bar- 
ron, C. S. Milee. 

Postmasters— 2totn Mountain, Zeb Howe; Fabyan House, 0. G. 
Barron. 

Boarding Houses— Mt. Martha House, S. W. Eelley; Pleasant Tievr 
Honso, Chas. Miles ; Maple Cottage, J. A. Mulleavey. 

Church— F. Bap., ; R. Cath. 

Exp. ft Sta. Agents— Tu^n Mt., I. J. Martin; Fabym House, J. J. 
Parks. 

Hotels — Twin Mountain House, W. A. Barron ; Fayban House, 



Rhemnatisin only— is claimed by Tmax Rhen- 
matio Cure, but is a splendid vegetable remedy 
lor stom ach troubles. 

BUSINESS DIBECTORT. ft8 

and Crawford House, Barron A Merrill; Mt. Pleasant House, Barron 
4 Merrill; White Mt. Honse, R. D. Rounsevel. 

Society— CJheney Mountain Orange. P. of H.l 

Hanufkcturers— Charcoal, J. B. Henry; lumber. Van Dyke A Co., 
p. o. ad., ZeaUnd ; V. R. Holmes, p. o. ad., Fabyan Honse. 

Merchants— G. P. Whitcomb, J. P. Leavitt, VanDyke & Co. 

Calender*— Hillsboro Co. R. R. station in town of Hancock, 
on Peterboro and Hil'sboro Branch B. k M. 

\j ^?TER S[ ARBOR. BELKNA F— Pop. 479. N. fr. C. 87 m. 
J^ W.fr. Laconia, 12 m. R. k. A— Meredith village on B. A M. R. R. 

J . ,*• "^^' 8t««o and steamboat (in Summer) twice a day, to Weirs 

-^»t*iS° ^*y» connecting with B. A M. R. R. 

0PPICBR8— Oter*, E. W. Smith; Treas., W. A. Page; Bdectmm, 
Jas. P. Leighton, A. M. Huckins, K S. Hawkins; Board of JSduca- 
^,?- A. McKnight, Bradford Dickinson, Mrs. Perkins; Board nf 
^^^> I*- B. Morrill, M. D., D. W.Coe, O. P. Smith, p o ad Ash- 
Postmaster— John E. Locke. 

Justices — O. P. Smith, W. A. Page, L. A. Sibley. 

Churches— Conir. J. A. McKnight; F. Bap. West, C.Harbs. 

Physician— L. B. Morrill, W. A. Page. 

S!:^9t.—S.F. Emery. 
Q ^»«i»0S--Garnet Hill Grange.?. ofH.; Winnipisseogcc Tribe, I. 

Manufocturers— Meal, Goodrich Bros, ; lumber and shingles, E. 
Hawkins, W. J. Perkins; lumber, Goodrich Bros. 

■echanics— Builders, 0. 8. Piper. J. S. York, J. P. Leighton, G. W. 
^ighton, W. Leighton, G. W. Green ; painters, J. M. Thompson, 
*;. W. Smith, H. R. Goald ; masons, A. Perkins; I. A. Smith, W. 
iJ. Huntress, L. A. Sibley; blacksmiths, C. A. Davis, Q. B. Neal; 

M l'^* ^* •'•ckson; barber, W. L, Skinner. 
Tt ^^l^h^nts— Morse & Stanley, Frank Towle ; meat and vegetables, 
P W h ^®^' *"C**<>°®«*'» Jo*»li Coe; photographers, E. W. Smith, B. 

Hotels— Sen ter Iluiisfv, C. B. Tnmer; Moulton House, S. P. Emery. 

Wvery Slables-S. F. Emery, E. J. Coe, G. Hanson. 

^nnuQep Boarding Houses— B. F. Kelsea, Locust Cottage, 
nf?/,r- ^* Wetitwivpih; Brown Cottage; Mrs. A. Perkins; Pine 
Stll Cottttffe; n. \\ . (rum, P. J. Mudgett, H. S. McCrillis, S. F. 
«M^ett, Bay View i.luUnge, Mrs. G. N.Emery, Gny Cram. 

Tel. Agent— P. H. M-prse. 

™iic Telephone- John Coe, 

*;©■! tre vi 1 1«— vi, ,,,11 Co. In town of Osslpee. Nearest R. R. 
fhiUoii Ceutn Oseipee. See Ossipee. 

SS?"»*1«»*'»— Sullivan Co. R. R. station in town of Newport. 

^ARI^ESTOWHr, SULLIVAN— Pop. 1,466. W. fr. C. 61 m. 
»^Aa' , Newport, 20 m. JR. R. -R—Charlestown, North C. South C. 
*°° Springfield, on Conn. River R. R. 

OFFICERS— C^*, H. W. Bond ; Treas,, W. B. Butterfteld; BeUct- 
,«eii^ Henry Parker, H. K. Jenney. R. W. Robertson; Bowd of Ed- 
*wa«on, C. E. Whipple.B. T. Blake, S. T Searle; Board cf JXeaUh, N. 
G. Brooks, M. D.. 8. T. Searies, A. H. Wesley, NoHh. 

^ Postmasters— J. C. Pairbrother; South^ p. a. Whbeler; North, W. 
A Bunt. 



Dr. Frentz German Plaster has four times as many 
unsolicited testimonials as any other remedy ever 
put upon the market. Send for a roll at once. 

S. A. DOW, Prop, and Mfr. 

64 BUSINESS DIBECTORT. 

Insurance Ag't— O. H. Stongbton. 

Justices— O. 8. BoDd, H. W. Bond, Abel Hant, O. W. Hunllti. F. 
W. H»raliD, Wm. L. Alb«e, G. H. Hoyt, Wm. B. War, B. Bradford. 
N. G. Brooks. 

Banks— Conn. River National, Geo. 8. Bond, Prei., W. B. T. 
Smith, Vioe-Pres., H. W. Bond, Gftibier. 

Boarding Houses— Mim Anna Barrett, Mrs. V, W. Harrii, Mra. C. 
S. Symouds, Mansion House. 

Churches— Oong., B. T. Blakr, Bpls., 8t. Lnke's, 

; Unit. Tbos. D. Howard; Metb. North, G. W. Hardy. 

Exp. Agents— W. R. Sheldon ; North, W. A. Hunt. 

Public Telephone— Eagle Hotel; South, G. G. Bowen. 

Hotels— Eagle, W. F. Miner; Conn. Riyer House, South, N. B. Sher- 
man. 

Uvery Stable— Eustaoe Obamberlain. 

Societies— iWtrfA, Sugar Biver Grange; Lincoln Post, G. A. B.; 
Woman's Belief Corps; Charlestown Lodge. I. O. O. F.; Charlea- 
town Grange, P. of H.; Faithful Lodge, A. F. A A. M. 

Manufacturers— Grist mills, W. F. Perham; grist and saw mills, 
iVorM, David Farwell ; lumber, Charlestown Steam Mill Co.; North, 
C. A. Way : violin cases, G. S. Bond. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, Samuel Foss; iVbr(A, Frank EUe; csib- 
inet ware. North, C. A. Way : carpenters, 8. A. Spooner, H. O. Kll- 
inwood, W. F. Merrill, L. P. Merrifleld, L. M. Blake, Tbos. Slavin ; 
North, A. Clark, W. C. Hobart; harness maker, W. W. Harris. 

Merchants— F. W. Hamlin, F. W. Putnam, Kg^t; Norths 
8. G. Smith, G. W. Hamlin; auctioneer, J. C. Stebbins; boots 
and shoes, J. A. Hunt; drugs and medicines, N. C. Dodge; flour and 
bran, W. E. Butterfield ; groceries, Edward Cooley ; Jewelry, fancy 
goods and notions. Miss E. L. Fletcher : provisions, Bidwell k Fisk. 

Physicians- 0. C. Young. N. G. Brooks: South, L. W. Albee. Den- 
tist, L. T. Thayer. 

Cliariiilnfffarc— Rockingham Co. In town of Candia, whicli 
Is nearest R. B. station. See Candia. 

<)M ATMAH, CA RROLL^Vov. 329. N. B. ft-. C. 02 m ; N. B. f^ 
Ossipee, 40 m. R. R. *SL— Fryeburg, Me., 12 m., on P. A 0. R. R. Con» 
veyance daily. 

OFFICERS— C^Xe, Wm. Spencer; 3Vea«.J. F. Charles; SeUctmen, 
J. M. Weeks, Hazen Chandler, Seth Hanscom; Board of EduccUMn, 
Robert K. Eastman, Wm. Spencer, Miss Flossie M. Locke; Board ojT 
BeaUh, E. H. Guptill; E. S. Lang. Sauth; C. C. Eastman, North. 

Postmasters— I. E.Clay; North, ii. N. Fife; South, Jonah Hill; 
Green HUl, B. W. Flint. 

Justices— I. £. Clay, C. H. Binford, W. Spencer, M. N. Fife, C. C. 
Eastman. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, E. H. Guptill; lumber, S. H. Harri- 
man, G. R. Locke, 

Church— Cong., Chas. B. Young. 

CUeever— Grafton Co, In town of Dorchester. Nearest B. R. 
station West Bumney. See Dorchester. 

Cl&«sluam-Chesmr9 Co, |t. R, •tatlo^ in toi^ of ^arrlsyiUe, 
^9 HarrisvlUe. 



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A complete Political Manual and BUSINESS DIBECTOBY of the 
State ol Maine. 

The GENERAL STATISTICS give all State and County Officers, 
Courts, Banks, Newspapers, Insurance Companies, Churches. Societies, 
Railroad and Steamboat Line?, with Distances, Fares and Stage Con- 
nections; also an Immense amount of collated and tabulated matter 
covering the whole country. 

The TOWN STATISTICS include the location of Towns and best 
method of reaching them, Valuation, Population, Brief History. P. O. 
Addresses of all the City Officials, Merchants, Manufacturers, Clergymen, 
Hotels, Schools, Associations, Notaries, Justices, Lawyers, Physicians, 

The BUSINESS DIRECTORIES of the Cities are as complete as in 
any City Directories, thus giving in one book 20 CITY DIBEtTOUIES 
A>D 4*23 TOW'S DlBKtTUBIES, with Township and Railroad Map of 
the State— revised to date. 

ExECUTFVE Department ) 

Augusta, Me., March 16th, 1893. J 
The Maine State Year book, published by Mr. G. M. Donham, is the 
official publication of Its kind for the State of Maine, and covers in a 
practical way, all its interests— Industrial, Commercial, Political, Social, 
Educational and Religious, with remarkable reliability in allitsstatis. 
HENRY B. CLEAVES, Governor. 

GUKXVILLE N. DONHAH, Publisher, 

Oxford Buiidiner, 1 85 Middle St., Portland, Me. 

When writing Advcrtiiers please mention Walton's Register. 



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Try TRUAX RHEUMATIC CURE. 

BUSINESS DIBE0T0B7. 65 

CHESTER, ROCKING HAM—Vo^^ 968. 8. B. ff, C. 23 m ; W. 

tr. Exeter 16 m. R. R. S.—Derry, 7 m. on M. A L. R. R.; Chester and 
Berrj Electric Railroad connects witb the trains Ob the M ic L. 
Brancli of the B. & M. R. R. at Berry. Electric cars meet every 
train except the first do'wn train in the morning. West Hampetead, 
on N. A. R. R. R., 6 m. 

OFFICERS— CT^fc, C.F. Marston; 2V«a«., G. 8. West ; Belectmen, 
C. H. Edwards. O. F. Page, C. H. Green; Board of Educatifm, J. fl. 
Robertson, J. TJ. Webster, Sarah P. Webster; Board of Health, A. L. 
Emerson, M. D.. J. M. Webster, R. H. Hazelton. 

Postmaster— A. H. Wilcomb; Eagt, Mrs. Susan Hazelton. , 

Justices— C. F. Marston, J. W. Noyes, A. L. Emerson, C. H. 
Knowles, A. F. B. Edwards, A. P. Morse, J. M. Webster, N. 8. Mot se, 
0. F. Page, A. H. Wilcomb, O. Smith, J. W. Towle, G. L. CJonverse. 

Churches— Bap., ; Cong., James G. Robertson: Meth., 

John Bradford. 

Exp. >.g*ts— S. G. Healey runs to Manchester once a week, pas- 
senger and express; Ex. Agt. fur C. & B. Electric R. R., A. H. Wil- 
comb. . «- » « 

Ins. AgtS.— A.H. Wilcomb, J. M. Webster, C. F. Marston. 

Hotels k Livery Stables— W. H. Thayer, Village Hotel; G. L. 
CoBTerse, Converse Honse. * 

Societies— Chester Grange, P. of H.; Chester Commandery, U. 0. 
<*. C.; Bell Poat, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, Nelson Gillingham, J. W. Towle, C. G. 
ttcDuffle,E.T. Morse, J. D.Fiske; carpenters, L. W. Hall, W. P. 
«|chol8, A. M. Hardy, C. W. Neiley; painter and paper hanger, C. A. 
Jncbols; barbers, C. A. Nichols P. L. McDiiflBe; electrician. C. F. 
JffMston; dressmakers. Emma Moore, Mrs. Frank Shackford. 

Manufacturers— Staves and shingles. Dale Bros.; N. W. Goldsmith; 
carriage painter and wheelright, A. A. West; butter, Cheater Dairy- 
ing Co. 

Merchants — 0. S. Wilcomb & Son, Webster Bros.; auctioneers, N. 8. 
Morse; evaporated apple, C. 8. Wilcomb; watchmaker, optician and 
jeweler.O. F. Marston; meats, provisions and groceries, Robie Bros., 
Johns ti Beedle. 

Physicians— A. L. Emerson, Jas. B. Harvey. 

X^l^and Telephone Ag't— A. H. Wilcomb. 

Notaries Public— J. W. Noyes, A. H. Wilcomb, C. F. Marston. 

CHfiSTERFfELB, CHESHi«.B— Pop. 1,046. 8. W.fr. C. 62 
^* 8. W. fr. Keene, 12 m. R. R. £^-Keene, on Cheshire R. R., 12 m. 
Daily stage from Keene and Brattleboro. Dummerston or Brattle- 
wro for Wesi, on Vt. Valley R. R. 

OFFICERS— C?«rA:, 8. F. Rugg ; Treai. Hermon C. Harvey ; Select- 
^» E. S. Safford, F. B. Atherton, F. M. Davis; Board of Mucation, 
J. F. Butler, W. P. Plwce, 8. L. Rice; Board cf Healthy Walter 
"«rce, Centre, J. W. York, Spnfford; A. M. Davis, West. 

postmaster— Dennis Farmer. 
^Justices— H. C. Harvey, J. H. Goodrich, 2d, H. B. Morgan, W. H. 
Btttler, D. M. Slade, R. T. Cobb, T. N. Robertson, Lucius Thatcher. 

Churches— Cong., Chas. N. Sinnett ; Meth., G. H . Clark. 

Ex. Ag't— Harry Pierce. 

Hotels — Chesterfield House, Prospect House, Lake View House, 
«Ake Side Cottages, and Pine Grove Springs, with boarding houses. 
Uvery Stable— H.R. Brown, Pine Grove Springs. 
Manulkcturers— Lumber, Butler Brothers. 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTERS, the best in 
the world. S. A. DOW, Prop, and Mfr. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Mechanic— Blacksmith, Claire Hill. 

Merchant— Warren & Parmer. ™. ^ « zv a ♦* o««/ 

Public Telephones— Warren & Farmer; Weft, F. 0. Scott; ^OT- 
ford Lake., F.^. Alvord, Stratton & Foster. W. K. Ware. 

XV^iUt—R. R. S— Diimmerston, Vt., 1 m., on Vt. Valley R. R. 

Postmaster— M. Smith. Church— Univ., . ^ ^ „ 

Manufacturers— Meal, W. Ford, W. W. Farr ; lumber, 0. R. Farr, 
box shop, bee boxes, A. A. Byard. . ^ „ t 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, A. M. Davis; carpenters, I. D. Farr, L. 
D. Farr, W. Ford. 
Merchants— Groceries, Melvin Smith. 
Society— Spoflford Grange, P. of H. 

CbesterAeld Factory- Postmaster— David W. Slade. 
Church— Union, C. N. Sinuett ; Meth., G. H. Clark. 
Eating Houses— Spoflford hotel, John Cookery; Zo*«, Lake Side 
Cottage, W. K. Ware ; Silver Dale House, Stratton St Foster, props.; 
Prospect Honso,W.K. Ware; Pine Grove Spring House, J. H. 
Stearns; Chesterfield House, A. T. Cobb. 
Society— Pistareen Grange, P. of H. • 

Manufacturers— Meal, R. T. Cobb; lumber. Steam Power Co., H. C 
Harvey; sash, blinds and doors, Geo. L. Hamilton; Impervious 
Package Co.; wool, flax wheels, aud brush handles, F. B. Pierce. 

Mechanics— Builders, J. W. York, A. Wilson, Joslin Brothers; 
barber, Wm. Stagles; carriage and house painter, Perley York. 
Merchants— D. W. Slade, J. C. Farwell; millinery, Lizzie Bonney. 
Physician— J. F. Butler. 

CHICHESTER, MERRIMA CiT— Pop. 661. B. from 0. 8 m. 
R. R. &— Chichester, on Suncook Valley R. R. 

OFFICERS— CTerfc, A. S. Dame ; 2V«a«., W. S. Lanpmald; SeXed- 
fiun, C. A. Ungmaid, F. B. Shaw, G. W. Lake; Collector, F. L. 
Winslow; Board (\f Health, ChuB. Ij&ko, 0. T. Maxfield, p o ad Pitts- 
fiel.i, L. W. Towle. 
Postmistress- C. A. Leavitt. 

Exp. Afl't— E. M. Reed. ^ , ^ 

Justices— C. H. Carpenter, Charles Lake, G. H. Haines, 0. A. Lang- 
maid. J. L. Sanborn. 
Churches— Cong., F. D. Chandler; Meth., J. Steele. 
Ins. Agent— N. G. Edmunds. 
Public Telephones— G. W. Lane, H. T. Leavitt. 
Society— Chichester Grange, P. ofH. 

Mechanics— Carpenters, N. D. Fitts, C. R. Sanborn, Frank Brown, 
Horace E. Marden, Gove Gate, F. L. Winslow ; civil engineer, Geo. W. 
Lane. 
Merchant— H. T. Leavitt. 
JTortli— Postmaster— Miss S. J. Haines. 

Boarding Houses— E. B. Young, Jeremiah Garvin, G. W. Lane 
(summer boarding.) 

Churches— Adv., Bap., . -— . 

Manufacturers— Lumber, C. O. Sanders, G. H. Haines, C. A. 
Langmaid, C. H. Carpenter; carriages and sleighs, G. H. Haines; con- 
tractor and builder. G. E. Ordway. 
Merchants — Joseph Morse, G. P. Haines' estate. 
Sta. and Exp. Agt.— John Merrill. 

Cliocoriia— Carroll Co. In town of Tamworth. Stage from 
West Oesipee, See Tamworth. 



a S. GATES, BICYCLE DEALER and REPAIRER, 
Bellows Falls. Vt. 

business dirkctory. 67 

Cl^ilLREJMOIirT, SULLIVAN— Vo^. 6,566. N. W. fr. C. 60 m ; 
W. fr. Newport 10 m. B. B. R— Claremont on C. A C. R. R.; Clare- 
mont June, W. Clare. 2}4m. on Conn. Riter R. R. 

OFFICERS— OZer*. F. P Haskell; Tr^as., B. J. Rossiter; Selectmen, 
M. 8. Rossiter, C. A. Fisher, Edgar Noyee: Collector, 8. F. Ru8»«iter; 
Board of -Bealth, R. L. Rowe, G. E. Parks, A. L. Harden, M. D. 

Postmaster— Q. W. Paul. 

Justices — Hermon Holt, J. 8. Walker, James Holt, F. H. Brown, 
H. W. Parker, Ira Colby. I. H. Long, M. 8. Rossltor, H. C. Sanders, C. 
H. Weed, Burt Chellis, R L. Howe, H. C. Fay, G. W. Barnard, Sani- 
nol Richardson, G. L. Balcora, J. C. Tinison, I. D. Hall, C. B. Spof- 
ford, H. S. Osgood, A. Q. Evans, E. S. Barne?, C. H. Parmlee, F. M. 
Bradford, R. Chellis, J. T. Emerson, E. J. Tenney, B. S. Noyes, C. A. 
Oolbath. O- F. R. Waite, F. F. Haskell C. H. Butman, H. A. Haskell, 
J. M. Reardon, Horace Webster, E. J. Rossiter. G. W. Stevens, G. T. 
StockweU, C. S. Wilson. T. G. Coll.y, E. H. King. 

Bank — Claremont Nat., S. F. Rossiter, Pres., F. H. Foster, Cash.; 
Peoples' Nat. Bank, F. P. Maynard, pres., Geo. A. Tenney, cashier. 
Churches — Bap., 0. C. Sargent; Cong, J. B. Lawrence; Epis., J.B. 

Goodrich; Meth., Jas. Cairnes; R. Cath., P. J. Flnnigan; Univ., 

Ex. Agent— Henry Jndkins. 

Hotels— Sullivan House, F. F. Pitcher; Belmont House, H. C. 
Fitch & Son : Mountain View. Reynolds & St. Lawrence; Hotel Clare- 
mont, Fred C. Camp. D. H. Cushion, restaurant. 
Ins. Agents — E. S. Barnes. J.C. Timson, S.Richardson. 
Uwyers— Ira Colby & Son, H. W Parker, Hermon Holt. F. H 
Brown, Burt Chellis. 

Literary Institutions— Stevens High School, M. C. Smart, prin ; 
^\%ko Fre« Library, 3,800 vols. Librarian, Miss AJ»bie Field. News- 
papers, The National Eagle, Fay. Thompson «fe Fay, prop's; The 
Olaremont Ad?ocato,t}eo. L Putnam, prop'r; The Narrative, Semi- 
Monthly, S. H. Story. 

Societies— Claremont Granee. P. of H.; Sullivan Lodge, Evening 
Star Encampment Canton Oasis, I. O. 0. F.; Woodbury Rebel<ah 
Lodge; Major Jarvis Post. G. A. R ; Worran's Relief Corps; Clare- 
wout Lodge, C. B. Spofford Co., TT. R., K. of P.; Hiram Lodge, 
Webb Chapter, Sullivan Comniandery, Columbian Council, A. F. & 
A. M.; Woodman Chapter, O. K. 8.; Palestine Commandery, TT. 0. G. 
C.; Connecticut River Lodge, K of H.; Aurora Lodge, A. O.U. W.; 
I Court Claremont. F. of A.; Skitchawang Tribe. tX). R. M.; Wichi- 
pauka Council, D. of P.; Ancient Order Hibernians; Woman's Aux- 
iliary. 
I „ Uvery Stables— F. P. Huntley, F. B. Reed, Lewis Colby, C. B. 
Sears A Co.. 
Manufacturers— Boots and shoes, Maynard Shoe Co., Washburn 
, Shoe Co ; brick, Burt Chellis; cigars. T. R. Keating, F. C. Bailey, 

1 James Kennedy ; cottons, Monadnock Mills Co., F. P. Vogl, ag't; 
Jour and mill feed, Haskell & Fitch. H. W. Frost; lumber, 
Bart Chellis; paper. Sugar River Paper Mill Co., J. T. Emerson, 
I *Kent; patent cone (engine) washers, J. T. Emerson, John Burns; 

Jwldy, Rolla Barney; tricots, cassimeres, doeskins, etc., G. L, 
Balcom. 

^^Mechanics & Artisans-Bakers, H. C. Kimball,R.E.Wilcox.H.Cote, 
"'acksmiths, W. M. Smith, P. Millett, Henry Cote, W, 
B. Hanry; carp«ntera, Q. P. Osgood, Geo. Murphy, P. J. Livmgiton, 



GUn^D'S Green Mountain KIDNEY CURB. 

See other margins. 

68 Busmsss dibbctort. 

G. T. Stockwell, H. R. Beckwith, B. 8. Carleton; manager of Opera 
Hou^e, 0. B. Band; hair dressers, B. H. Jacques. P. Sheriden.B. 
Mlllette, L. Cushion, N. O'Connor, Albert Hey wood, W. H. Keating; 
harness makers, Thomas Dart, A. Milne, J. H. Kiniry; machinistB, 
Sallivan MHchinery Co., pres., F. K. Copeland; marble workers, L. 
O. Andrews, R. Messer; masons, Frank Jones, G. A. Walker, Oeo. 
Carroll, 0. D. Walker, F. W. Still; music teachers, (instmmental) 
Miss M. B. Partridge, F. C. F. Cramer, painters, R. B. Tenney, John 
Barnard, George A David O'Neil, D. D. Griffltn, (landscape), R. B. 

Miller; photographers, A. A. Lewis, Sturtevant; printers, G. I. 

Putnam, Fay, Thompson A Fay; tailors, C. B. Perry, G. T. Low; 
tin, sheet iron and copper plate workers, Grossman A Polmatier, 
J. G. Briggs ; undertakers, G. A. Rowell, F. M. Spaulding A Co.; 
watchmakers, Reuben Spencer, Quimby & Quimby, A. 0. Punam, H. 
A. Carr. 

Merchants— I. D. Hall; books and stationery, Josiah Gove, A. P. 
Rein; boots and shoes, A. F. Pierce, C.H. Weed A Co., Fred Hoyt, 
• B. F. Johnson ; dry goods, B. F. Bowers, C. U. Weed A Co., Hey- 
wood A Co., S. Baum; drugs and medicines, J. P. Holt, H. L. Brooks, 
C. B. Spoflford, Geo. A. Briggs, H. B. Glidden A Co.; flour, H. W. Frost, 
Haskell A Fitch; fancy goods and toys,. B. S. Rand; fish, C. B. Mitch- 
ell, Charles Sargent, P. Lynch; furniture and crockery, H. S. Os- 
good, F. M. Spaulding A Co.; groceries, F. A J. W. Jewett A Co., 
Quimby Bros., P. Lynch, M. L. Jewett A Sons, C. B. Mitchell, I. D. 
Hall, G. W. Dole, R. L. Bartlett, P. Nolin A Son; 
hardware and ag. implements, G. H. Stowell, Boyington A Bills; ice, 
Sugar River Ice Co., Q. W. Dole: jewelrs, R. Spencer, Quimby A 
Quimby; meat, Dennison Bros., H. H. Fadden, Webster Thrasher, 
Welch A Sleeper, Marsh Peasley; millinery, C. M. Leete, Mrs. M. 
A. Davis, B. M. Beckford, Miss Prefontaine, Lizzie Lull: musical 
instruments, Mrs. M. B. Partridge; periodicals, B. S. Rand, 
C. B. Spofford; ready made clothing, and gents' fufnisliing goods, A. W. 
Ha wkes, Janfts Holt, William Bllis A Co., F. L. Haubrich A Co., 
Star Clothing House, Wilson A Boot, ; sewing machines, F. M. 
Spaulding A Co.; soap, F. C. Kelsey ; tinware, J. G. Briggs, Cross- 
man fc Polmatier; plumbers, Grossman A Polmatier; variety store, 
A. P. Rein, D. George. 

Physicians— A K. Cummings, C. E. Baker, 0. B. Way A. L. Mar- 
den, C. W. Tolles, J. P. Holt, Leonard Jarvis, J. H. Theriault, W. M. 
Dowlin, S. R. Upham, A. N. Allen; dentists, Benj. Lewis, J. Back, 
Fred Lariviere, Cnshman & Shaw ; vet. surg., F. C. Wilkinson, Geo . 
Fitch. 

Tel. Ag't— G. Judkins. 

Telephone Agt— Nellie Drury. 

West— Postmistress— C. B. Densmore. 

Church— Epis., Joseph A. Ticknor. 

Hotels— Junction House, N. E. Angier, C. H. Atwood. 

Public Telephone— Chas. Atwood. 

Manufacturers— Paper, Coy Paper Co., R. Jarvis. 

Merchant— C. B. Densmore; rag and paper stock, F. M. Bradford. 

CliARKSVIIiliE, C005-Pop., 326. N. fr. C, 145 m ; N. B. fr. 
Colebrook 10 m. R. B. S.— Beecher Falls, Vt.,6 m., on M.C.R.R.; Stage 
from Colebrook. ' 

OFFICERS— CZerit, L G. Young; Treas., N. C. Young; Select- 
men, Willis A. Harriman, Horace Comstock, D. F. Hall ; Board of Ed- 
WCa«ton, G.H, Haynes, C, W. Wiswell, W, W. Young; Board of 



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•*orter»« Window and Door Screens are the Best. For 
ale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 69 

Bectith, F. li. Bumford, p o ad Pittsburg, Elwin R. Trask, Willis E- 

Postmaster— W. B. Younjf. 

Justices — Horace Comstock, W. A. Harriman, W. E. Young, I. G. 
Voonfc, C M. Danfortb. 

Society — Glarksville Orange, P. of H. 

Manulacturers — Blacksmith, Romance Richards; cheese maker, 
I. O. Yonng. 

Clinton Grove— Hillsboro Co. In town of Weare. Stage 

from Biverdale. See Weare. 

Cold JAtver— Gheshire Go. B. R. station In town of Walpole. 

COIJBBBOOK9 C005^ Shire town. Pop. 1,736. N. fr. C. 

176 m ; K. E. fr. Lancaster, 35. JR. R. iS^.— Colebrook, on Maine 

Central R. R. v 

OFFICERS— Clerl;, D. E. Gnmmings ; Treat., Warren E. Drew ; 
Selecemen, H. S. Little, Walter t>rew, Willard Cummings ; Board of 
BducaHon, George W. Martin, Milton Harriman, D. R. Locke; Board 
of Health, J. B. Erskine, H. D., E. K Twombly, M. D., L anlel E. 
CmnmingB. 
Postmaster— Ira A. Ramsay. 
Exp. Ag't— D. S. Peaser- 

Justices— J. H. Dudley, J. I. Parsons, T. F. Johnson, D. E. 
0amming8,W.E. Drew, H. M. Leavitt, S. B. Whittemore, Milton 
Harriman, R. G. Jameson, Ransom Harriman. G. S. Aldrich, Wesley 
Wantworth, Walter Drew, John Gould. F. H. Woodrow, W. T. Keyes, 
E. A. Jordan, A. F. Whittemore, Q. B. Darls, S. W. Tirrill, J. I. 
Parsons, J. W. Drew, V. F. Day, H. F. Jacobs, A. B. Dudley, J. 



Bank— ColebTOok National. Geo.VanDyke, pres., U. F. Bailey, cash. 
Colebrook Goaranty Savings, T. F. Johnson, pres., H. F. Bailey, 
treas. 

Churches— Gong., G. H. Gleason; Meth., E. N. Jarrett; Adv., Albert 
Gordon. 

Hotels— Monadnock, T. G. Rowan ; Golebrook House, Charles E. 
Hartshorn. 

Public Telephone— Hicks' Block. 

Ins. Agants^f. TI Dn^lloy, T. F. Johnson. 

Uw^ers-J. H. DlkIIpv, J, I. Parsons, T.F. Johnson. 

Lllarary rrtsl,-^C*0-hrouk Academy, James Monahon, prin. 

UveryMables— T. (K R.iwAtt, E. Small. Gustln Covill, O.F. Al 

drlrh, 
SftciBtito-Oppor Coot <Trftiige, Mohawk Grange, Colebrook Grange, 

P.of H; Garlofl Fletcher l-ont, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; 

Wm.B.Lttery Dlv., S.oTV.; Excelsior Lodge, I. O. 0. F.; Rebekah 

Uii^oi T^n^ng Btir I.o4t^>\ A. F. & A. M.; Eureka Chapter, O. E. 

8^ Ookbmok Li^flgfl, J, 1, E^anons Co., U. R.,K. of P. 
HitJuClclurers— Bfjirksrniths, R. G. Jameson, D. P. Robie, G. A. 

Glensiin, J. li. Dutiri, \\\ L, Bunnell ; brick. Knights Bros. ; builders, 

W, 5. RoLfn, F. iJ. Ro\U , S. W. Terrill,A. B. Haines, W. T. Keyes, A.C. 
Hkkj.S P IlkkB; fiinii Eur- .Daniel Stevens ;harne88es, W.George, G. E. 
Mm&KQ. Ilinimomi: luJuft^r, Rich & Marsh, H. W. Woodrow; plows, 
rtoTWJinr] cBtNtitig^, enlrNr.ok Foundry and Mfg. Co., Colebrook Hard 
«*riiCn.Lr*teiterri]mrt,E-vr, Vandyke, Drew & Campany; sash, blinds 
uid doqn.EM. & F.H. !lhLiiijmnnd; doors, sash and Jobbing, Stevens Sc 
•* fODri; itarch, Pitiflr k Drew, J. W. Drew & Co., S. M. & 1. A. 
r; wrKi^lttDfl, W. A. Loomls; brick mason, Wm. Rolfe; stone 



Winship Teachers* Agency, 3 Somerset St.. Boston i 
N. B. Bureau of Education— The oldest Teachers* Agenoy 
in New England. 

70 BUSmSSS DIRBCTORT. 

masons, E. D. Yoang, Huffh Ooyle, Chas. Ohappel; boot and 
. shoemakers, O. G. Hicks, O.B. Chase, J. J. Barrett; carriages, IrvinS 
Little; grist mill, Fred Parsons^has. Cook, 0. F. Rich; butter , Cole-; 
brook Creamery Co.; shingles, Hammond & Stevens; painters, J. H.' 
Haynes. Levi Hicks, F. P. Gould, Chas. Chatman. 

Merchants— C. Colby, W. E. A J. W. Drew, H. C. Young, Asa 
French, W. Wentworth, C. H. Jameson A Co., Ramsay Brothen; 
agricultural Implements, Colebrook Hardware Co., O. F. Covili 
auctioneer, W. R. Rolfe: boots and shoes, Dudley A Tiombard,. J. W* 
Drew A Co.; clocks and watches, L.F. Schoff, 0. S. Remick, F. G> 
Vancore; clothing, H. A. Graves, B. C. Wilder, J. W. Drew 4 Co.,W 
Wentworth, H. C.Young, Briggs ADwinell; drugs and medicines.O.S 
Aldrich, T. J. Hill; dry goods, Dudley & Lombard; fruit, confection- 
ery and groceries, Cummlngs Marshall, Harry Legro; furniture, D. 
Stevens k Co.; groceries, J. W. Drew, W. Wentworth, H. C. 
Young, C. H. Jameson A Co.; hardware, Colebrook Hardware 
Co. ; meat, Edwards Sc Gk)uld; meat and groceries,B.F. Boval ; bakery, 
Parkhurst & Bailey:millinery, Mrs. M. J. Williams,Mr8.Chas. Aldrich, 
Susie Harriman; tailor, W. B. Smith; shingles, H. W. Woodrow, J. W. 
Drew & Co., J. W. Spencer ; undertaker, D. S. Pease ; carriages, 
Danforth k Jacobs, Marshall k Mack. 

Colebrook Treat Hatehery— A. C. Wallace, mgr. 

Lighting— Colebrook Electric Light Co. 

Physicians— C.CNorris, E. E. Twombly, J. B. Erskiue, E. A. 
Cook ; dentist, C. S. Raymond. 

Colleffe'Grant— ^See Wentworth's Location. 

COIiVMBIA, COOS— Fop. 605. N. ft-. C. 170 m ; N. fr. Lancas- 
ter, 29 m; S. W. fr. Colebrook, 4 m. B. B, S.— Columbia Valley, 
Columbia Bridge, Georges on M. C. R. R. 

OFFICERS— Cr«rA;, C. S. Jordan; Treag.j D. H. Cook; Beteetnun, 
John Gray. F. P. Lang. W.C. Lyman; Collector, B. F. Cook; Board 
of Editcation^ D. H. Cook, Lucy Roby, Jane Gray; Board ojHtaUh, 
E. A. Cook, M. W. Gray, p o ad Colebrook; G. W. Rowell, South. 

Postmasters— H. M. Ballantyne ; South, Albert Keach. 

Justices— S. L Bailey, W. E. Cone, A. Dustin, W. F. Inerson, 
Horace Comstock. John Gray. 

Societies— Jewel Grange, Columbia Grange, P. of H . 

Churches— Meth., South, ; East, — . 

Manufacturers— Lumber, East, W. H. Cleveland k Son ; South, 
Eaton & Sawyer, Woodard A Sons; grist mills, South, Woodard A 
Sons. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, H. M. Hobart;'''iSbu<A, Wm. Ashe; car- 
penters, Carlos Luey, Wm. Lyman, Irwin Fitts, Chas. Merrill. 

CONCORD, JfEBBrMACK,CiipiUA and shire town— Pop., 16,948 
R. R. R— Concord, on Concord Div., White Mt. Div. and Southern 
Div., B. & M. R. R. 

The election of city officers is biennial Jn November, in years ex 
pressed by an even number. 

OFFICERS— ifayor, A. B. Woodworth; CUy Clerk, J. A. Cochran, 
City Treas , Wm F. Thayer ; Aldermen, Ward I, Charles H. Sanders; 
Charles B. Foote; Ward 2, (Jeorge A. Hoit; Ward 3, Frank B. Di- 
mond ; Ward 4, Hurry R. Hood, John F. Webster, J. G. McQuilken; 
Wards, James H. Rowell, Henry O. Adams; Ward 6, Arthur F. 
Sturtevant, Howard A. Kimball ; Ward 7, Henry E. Conaat, Albert 
S. Trask; Ward 8, William A. Lee ; Ward 9, James M. KiUeen. 
Oommmt Ommcil^ Ward 1, William C. Spicer, William Taylor j Ward 2^ 



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Manchester, Vt. 



BUBINXSS DIBECTORT. 71 

John W. Sanborn; Ward 3, Bussell P. Shepard; Ward 4, F. W. Scott, 
Frank H. Smith, Bben M. Willis; Ward 6, Oao. W. Bunker, Edward 
S. Lane ; Ward 6, Ethan N. Spencer, HenrjB. CJolby; Ward? Albert 
P. Davis, David A. Welch ; Ward », Charles L; Norris ; Ward 9, 
Albert Grant. Aisesson, Ward 1, 0. J» Fifleld ; Ward 2, W.A.Cowley ; 
Ward 3, Joseph Shepard; Ward 4, B.C. Woodman ; Ward 5, G. P. 
Underhill ; Ward 6^ George 8. Bennett; Ward 7, J. B. Weeks ; Ward 
8, J. J. Lee ; Ward 9, J. Ahem. OUy Fhytidan, Br. Chancey 
Adams; Asgistani^ Br. H. 0. Holbrook; CommUsUmer of Highway g^ 
Alfred Clark; CkUecUyr of Taxes^ W. P. Ladd ; Board of Education, 
J. 0. Ordway, president; Mary P. Woodworth, sec.; A.J. Shurt- 
leff, H. P. Dewey, H. 0. Brown, A. S. Ranney, B. F.Philbrick, Susan 
J. Woodward, BL. F. Hollis; Supt.^ L. J. Rundlett ; Gity Solicitor, 
Harry Q. Sargent; OUy Manlial, G. S. Locke; Aist. Marshal, J. £. 
Rand ; Chi^ Engineer, W. C. Green ; Police Oonrt Jwtice, B. E. Badger; 
Bpe(AiU Justice, A. J.Shnrtleif; C/«rJfe, Harry R. Hood ; Police,!). S. 
flanders, capt. night watch; F. M. Baton, J. Kelley, W. D. Barrett, 
J. G. Putnam, C. H. Rowe, J. B. Gay, O. W. Hall ; City Messenger, 
B. A. SStevens ; City Engineer^ W. B. Howe; Board of Health, D. 

B. SulBvan, M. D.; £. A. Clark, M.D., B. N. Pearson. 
Postmasters— Byron Moore; Ma*t 7ard,W. M. Howo. 
JusUces— I. N. Abbott, A. B. Ayling, B. B. Badger, F. B. Abbott. 

0. L. Danforth, F. G. Edgerly, f. H. Albin, F. P. Andrews. 

C. L. Gilmore, 0. G. Hammond, A. H. Knight, J. K. Kittridge. G- 
Loeke, F. H. Locke, L. A. Lane. H. A. McBonald, G. H. Seavey, d 
H. Sanborn, B. F. Adams, W. H. Bell, S. N. Brown, H. B. Carter, A. 

B. Cross, B. P. Comins, H. H. Chase, D. A. Brown, H. R. Hood, F. 
8. Hall, W. B. Baker, Moses Ladd, F. C. Demond, P. H. Qould, A. TI. 
Knowlton, G. 8. Locke, W. M. Mason, N. W. McMurphy, F A. Abbott, 

C. Rnnnslls, 8. H. Steams, A. C. Stewart, I. E. Eeeler, 
H. A- Brown, W. M. Chase, W. A. dough, G. P. Cleaves, G. II. Moses, 
H. E. Chamberlin, F. P. Mace, G. P. Conn, Harvey Campbell, 
J. A. Cochran, George A. Foster, H. M. Cavis, 
C. B. Clifford, S. A. Carter, Sylvester Bana, C. C. Ban forth, G. H. 
Bimond, L. P. Borgin, B. B. Bonoran, C. S. Banforth, G. 0. Bicker- 
man, D. F. Budley, G. S. Bennett, 8. A. Bow, S. C. Eastman, J. W. 
Bdgerly, G. H. Emery, W. P. Fisk, G. M. Fletcher, 
8. L. French, W. W. Flint, C. E.'Foote, F. A. Fowler, J. W. 
Flavin, Enoch Gerrish, J. P. George, W. A. J. Gile8,I. A. Hill. 
J. C. A. Hill, A. C. Hardy, Lyman Jackman, J. F. Jones, 
John Kimball, A. R. Kimball, S. G. Lane, T. M. Lang, J. C. 
Unehan, J. 0. Lyford, Louis C.Merrill, N. E. Martin, 0. Morrill, J. 
M. Mitchell, A. 8. Marshall, J. S. Mathews, J. P. Nut- 
ter, Woodbridge Odlin, John C. Ordway, B. B. Newhall, J. N. Pat- 
terson, C. S. Parker, H. L.Porter, Henry Robinson, J. E. Robertson, 
H. P. Rolfe, F. B. Shnrtleff, J. E. Randlett, F. P. Curtis, H. G. Sar- 
gent, A. J. Shurtlefif, L. B. Stevens, Emile Fingault, B. G. Prescott, A. 
W. Silsby, F. 8. Streeter, H. W. Stevens, S. L. Thompson, G. F. Un- 
derhill, Curtis White, C. L. Tappan, J. F. Webster, I. A. Watson, 
Giles Wheeler, R. B. Walker, G. R. Parmenter, Abial Rolfe, 
C.P. Bancroft, A. C. Batchelder, J. H. Carr, W. C. Silver, 
0. B. Chesley, A. H. Chase, Hale Chadwick, B. B. Clark, Albert Salt- 
marsh. Philip Flanders, J. B. Femald, H. C. Holden, W. I. Leighton, 
». N. Ladd, B. 0. Niles, G. C. Roy, R. H. Rolfe, N. 0. Todd, 
J. HJtolfe, A. 8. Smith, 0. L. Shepard, C. B. Staniels, J. B. 



^.^•^m ^Im^ .^^n.^ Water and Qinffer Cliampam* 
liOl U 1 n ox Equinox SprinfOo., F. H. Orrli,, 
^^M ^^ ■ ■ ■ x^^^ Manchester, Vt. 



72 BTJSINS8S DIRBCTOBY. 



Weeks, B. 0. Dutton, H. P. Elliott, J. A. Hollaran. B. McQuestoo, 
H. P. Sanborn, Henry Brown, Moses Bradley, Lysand^ 
Carroll, Fred Leighton, Thomas Clifford, Edmund Oopk, 
Oliver Cross, Chas. Corning, George Cook, Wm. Chandler, 
Fred Cheney. Geo. Colbv^ Edward Dow, Albert Drowne, 
Eugene Davis. John Dodge, Walter Davis^lram Gerrlsh, 
Daniel Giles, Edson Hill, De Witt Howe, Will Howe, Nft- 

Saleon Hale, Harr>' Hammond, Henry Hollis, Allen Hollis, 
has. Hall, Franklin Keiiom, Darius Merrill, 
Robert Morse, James Morris, Geo. Osgood, Ohas. Palmer, 
Oliver Pelren. E. F. Philbrick, Frank Quimby, Joseph 
Bobbins, Geo. Bolfo. Wm. Sawyer, Charles btevens, George 
Sllsby, Chas. Tucker, Joseph Wentworth, Geo. waldron, 
Ohas. Walker, Nathaniel White, jr., Wm. Yeaton, Frank 
Battles, W. D. Hardy. Chas. L. Jackman, E. E. Leighton, James 
Minot, B. U. Nasoa, G. S. RIx, H. W. Tarbox, Wm. Tutherly, W. J. 
Drew. 

Churches— AdT. J. Miett; First Bap., Roland D. Grant ; Pleasant 

St. Bap.. J.H.Robblns ; F. Bap.,F. K. Chase; Cong., ; South 

Cong., H. P. Dewey: Epis., St. Paul's, W. W. Niles, bishop of the dio- 
cese and rector; D.O. Roberts, vice rector; MUlville^ J.H. Colt,rector; 
First Meth., Elihu Snow ; Baker Memorial Meth., J. H. Emerson; 
R. Cath., J. B. Barry; French Cath., Joseph N. Plante; UnitftM '• 
L. Phalenr Unlr., John Vannevar; Swedish Bvan. Lutheran Con- 
eordia, F. W. LindBtrom: Swedish BaptiHt. 0. Lindh; Washington 
Street Adveut, Mrs. MaryL. Page; Christian Scientists, B. M. Bus- 
well. 

Eatlna Houses — F. £. Colburn. A. S. Morrison, A. P. Wadleigh. 

Exp. Ag'ts— American, M.J. Pratt; Boston, Manchester A Concord, 
J. B. Robertson. 

Hotels— Bagle, Eagle Hotel Co., Oliver J. Pelren, manager; 
American House, T. S. Swett; Commercial House, W. 6. Merrick. 

When at Concord Stop at 

Ame-rican House, 

T. S. SWETT, Pkop. 

Ins. Ag'tS— Eastman & Merrill, Morrill A Danforth, J. H. Ballard. 
Jackman & Lang, Chase A Martin, Roby A Kiiowlee,F. H.Locke; 
life, A. C. Hardy, C. E. Staniels, N. Frost, J. F. Harriman, C. S. Par- 
ker, S. H. Locke, Dennis Grees, C. F. Hine. L. H. Aldrich. 

Lawyers— J. H. Morris, Allen Hollis, L. D. Stevens, 
S. O. Lane, B. E. Badger, S. C. Eastman, J. H. Albin, F. S. Streeter, 
Fred H. Oould, Henry Robinson, N. B. Martin, D. B. Donovan, F. A. 
Fowler, John M. Mitchell, Arthur R. Kimball, D. F. Dudley, Sylvester 
Dana, Geo. M. Fletcher, A. W. Silsby, Arthur H. Chase, R. B. 
Walker, H. W. Stevens, H. G. Sargent, C. R. Corning, H. M. Cavls, 
W.A.J.Giles,J. P.George,B. G. Leach,AJ.Shurtle«f C. B. CUf- 
ford, H. P. Rolfe, A. S. Marshall, H. F. Hollis, N. B. Hale, W. D. Hardy, 
J. S. Matthews, A. W. Silsby, W. Tutherly, W. H. Sawyer, DeWitt 
0. Howe, C. F. Flanders, E. JS. Leighton, Edmund S. Cook. 



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Eqalnoz Spring Co., F. H. Orvli, 
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BUSINESS DIRECTOBY. 78 

literary Institutions— St. Paurs School, Rev. J. H. Goit, rector; 
Union High School, John F. Kent^; St. Mary's School for Girls. E. M. 
M. Gainforth; Smith College, W. D. Smith, prin.; Sacred Heart, 
Parochial School. 

UY«ry Stables— DarinsPhilbrick, L. E. Cnrrier,N. A.Dnncklee, M. 
9. Bickford, Jas. Hart, E. H. D avis. Eagle Stable Co., George W. 
Marah, G. L. Theobold, G. W. Waters. 

HapuflBLeturers— Bakers, J« 0. Norris & Co., M. G. Chase, F. 
P. Jones k Co., J. J. Fitzgerald; boots and shoes, H.L.Porter ;broom8, 
Horace Thompson; candies and lozenges,J. G.Norris & Go. ; carriages, 
Abbott, Downing Go., Holt Bros. Manufacturing Go. ; car wheels 
and brass castings, Ford k Kimball ; castings, Goncord Foundry Co. ; 
eigars, J. 8. Hnbbaru, Wm. L. Collins, F. A. Wardoer, G. B. Belisle, 
H. P. Bowers; electrical machinery, J. G. Mclnnis, Cushman 
Blsctrical Co.; harnesses, J. R. Hill Harness Co., J. D. Johuson & 
Son, 0. Pelissier & Co., W. A. Sleeper ; leather and belting. Page 
Belting Co. ; machinery, Granite State Machine Works, Concord 
Machine Co. ; mouldings, brackets, etc.. E. B Hutchinson Co., Kim- 
bril, Banforth A Forrest, B. Billsboro; pianos, Prescott Piano Co.; 
picture frames, H. C. Bailey, W. E. Hunt, J. G. Chase ; plows, stoves 
•nd castings, William P. Ford & Co.; silverware, W. B. Durgin; 
•oap, Charles Barker ; tinware, Stevens A Dunklee, D. L. Mandigo, 
J. A. Dadmnn, A. H. Britten & Co., F. H. George, Hood & Bobbins, 
Hobeon ft Hsrwood. 

Meehanics & Artisans— Architects, RandlettA Howe; badge-mak- 
«r,3.P.KeIley; bookbinders, Frank A. Sanders, Silsby A Son, Rum- 
ford Printing Company; brick masons and biiilders, Rowell & Plum- 
mer. Hutchinson BMd'g Co., J. L. A. Chellis, Brooks Bros., F.W.Scott 
A Co., Danforth, Forrest & Morgan, 0. H. F. Richardson, L. R. Fel. 
lows k Son ; builders, B. D. Brainard, J. H. Sanborn, John Miller 
W. D. Ktmhall, Mead, Mason k Co.; dyer, J. D. Perkins; en* 
Snv^^ Ramford Printing Co.; marble workers, D. M~ 
Spline k Co., Ouramings Bros. ; painters, Benjamin Billsborough,. 
George Abbott, C. T. Perkins, I. C. Bailey, Fred Rollins, A. S. Terry, 
A. J. Abhott, W. Carpenter, Geo. Prescott, C. F. Mudgett : piioto- 
Kraphers, W. D. Chadboume, W. W. Brown, W. G. C. Kimball, F. A. 
l>ow ; plumbers. Goodhue k Milton, P. A. Clifford, E. H. Randall, 
ht» Bros., M. Bateman, Hood & Bobbins, Daniel Haslam, McInnls 
t Oit; pnnteri, New HnnixMihire Democratic Press Co., 
Bilibj & Sua, Frank J, Batcholder, I. C. Evans, J. P. Kelley, J. W. 
^c Murphy, J. Phaneiif k Sou, Kumford Printing Co. ; stone cut- 
t«a. New Eiiglaii43 ftraoit*! Co., M. G. Gannon, J. H. Flood, Thomas 
^»Df OniDHa RaitwHy Cd., Phillips k Sanders, State Capital 
I'oHahiuK Co*, Ola Anderioo. J. R. Hoskins, Henneberry & Hal- 
%m, M. J. ML<}uire, W, TT. Perry, Thomas Fox, John Swenson, 
'^^cy k€ii.. CoTiconi Cimnitti Co., W. Foley & Son, W. N. -How- 
wd, Oliver Bapiut^. C. Trf ikow* th k Co., Tressider Bros., Orrin 
^fWilen ; tiplioTsterere. W. .1, Femald, J. E. Ryan, B. S. Chase; hair 
^J-eistin^, Barroltt k Br^sauAhaii, J. H. Barry, C. G. Bresnahan, 
<l»<lle«). Wilfred Cote. T* A. Courtney, G. E. Jacobs, Symonds & 
^th, J. K, Kennedy, C. W. I'earl, Steele & Knee, L. W. Tozier; 
^laiflBiniiiBt, H, P, Moors; ck^ctricians, F. W. Landon k Co., C. A. 
Iiififii^D, 1. L. Caily, H. E. Upton; mattress renovator, Daniel Par- 
^ UghtiUng rodB, C. T, Hiintaon; machinist. G. L. Fogg; nickel 
«^*ilvsrplaterji. Dunfltatii^ RwB., Tucker k Parkhurst; roofers, 
^-EDarrah, Hobeon .£ lliiT wood. Hood & Bobbins; surveyors. 



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Equinox Spring Co., F. H. Orvis, 
Mancbetter, Vt. 



74 Busmsss direotort. 

Fobs A MerriU, P. 8. Berry; latmdrieB, J. H. Toof, H. E. Conant, O, 
M. Allen, Sam Wah; birch bark artist, B. W. MerriU. 

Merchants— Agricultural implements and hardwu'e, Humphrey M 
Dodge, Thompson A Hogue, A. H. Britton A Co. ; auction and com- 
mission merchants, B. B. Clarke, Philbrick A Co.; books and station- 
ery, £. C. Bustman, Woodbury B. Hunt Frank P. Mace, O. H. 
SilRby A Son; boots and shoes, W.A.Thomp8on,C. F. Thompson & Co., 
P. Blanchette, 0. W. Clark A Co., J. C French A Son, J. 0. 
Thorn ; carpets, curtains and crdbkery, J. M. Stewart A Sons, W. J. 
Femald, C. W. Wilcox A Co.*. cigars and tobacco, 8. Wardner. J. 8. 
Hubbard, G. E. Belisle, W. L. Collins : clothing, Kimball, Coraer A 
Powell, B'liri Lapierre. Richardson A Adams. John G. McQnilken, 
Brown A Currier.H.A. Tuttle,Eagle Clothing Co. ; «oaI and wood,Oon- 
cord Coal Co., Badger Bros.. H. 0. Marsh A Co., A. N. Day, C. H. 
Stevens A Co.: coflBus and caskets, L. A. I<aoe, 
Dame A Sheplee, O. W. Waters; confectionery, fruit, etc., J. C.Norria 
A Co.. J. R. H. Davis, F. P. Mace, F. B. Colbum, A. 8. Morrison; 
clocks, watches and Jewelry, J. H. Holland, N. G. Carr, Morrill 
Bros., J. C. Derby, A. P. Sherburne, N. C. Nelson & Co, 
James Galloway; drugs and medicines, A. P. Fitch, W. 
P. Underbill A Co.. Baker A Knowlton, Underbill AKittredge. D. W. 
Sullivan, W. H. Dunlap A Co., C. H. Martin A Co., Geo. A. Berry A 
Co., B. Sullivan A Co., Joseph Theriault, Giles A Co., 0. N. Davis. 
M. Sullivan; dry goods, H. D. Hammond, D. B. Mnrphy, 
B. W. Willard A Co., H. G. Emmons, C. S. Ghde A Co. , W. S. Heath, 
Whitman & Martin, A. Blanchard; fancy goods, R. F. Robinson; 
fancy articles and stationery, Silsby A Son, H. C. Bailey; flour and 
grain, Strattou, Merrill A Co., Mosely A Co., Woodworth A Co., 
Frank CoflBn ; fhrniture, Philbrick A Co., C. W. Wilcox, Wm. J. Per- 
nald, J. M. Stewart A Sons. H. A. Macdonald: groceries, Dickerman 
A Co., Woodworth A Co., H. W. Brickett, Fred Reed A Co., Amos 
Blanchard, P. H. Larkin, Stnrtevant A Son, Batchelder A Co., 
Lee A Kenna, F. P. Jones A Co., C. R. Dame, C. 8. Gale A Co., 0. G. 
OoiBn, Capital City Market, Granite State Provision Co., M. L. 
Partch, Wm. Lavery, E. W. Brooks A Co., E. C. Button. E. McQnes- 
tion A Co.. D. Webster, Bartlett & King, C. H. Fellows, A. P. Dolr 
ley, S. A. Dow, Gale & Spaulding, F. E. Heath. D. 'J. Murphy. Sav- 
age A Corliss, Nelson k Durrell, H. P. Piper, G. W. Robinson, O. P. 
Swain A Co,, C. H. Fellows, F. B. k W. S. Reed, C, B. Schoolcraft A 
Son: guns, pistols, and fishing tackle, J. T. Fiske A Co.; millinery, 
Miss G. M. Rea, Cote A ProvenwU, G. W. Wadleigh, Mrs. H. N. 
Newell, Mrs. H. M.Wyatt, G. I4. Garand, H. G. Pletcher; musical 
instruments, F. A. Leavitt, Prescott Piano and Organ Co. ; notions, 

F. C. Nelson ; paintings and pictures, H, C, Bailey. W. B. Hunt, 
J. G. Chase ; paints, oils and glass, C. H. Martin A Co., W. Carpenter, 
B. Biilsborough ; paper hangings, J. M. Stewart A Sons; provisions, 

G. B. Emmons, F. B. Reed, Aldricb A Co., E. N. Spencer, Lyster 
Bros.. Capital Cltv Blarket, P. B. Heath, C. H. Dudley, E. T. Morri- 
son, Gloucester Pish Market, E. P. Brooks, (fish); sash and blinds, 
Lowell Eastman, Flanderb Bros., W. Carpenter ; sewing machines, 
Lowell Eastman, H. F. Elliott, E. Banfield ; stoves and tin ware, D. 
L. Mandigo, Stevens A Dunklee, J. A. Dadmun, F. H. George, 
Hood A Bobbins ; typewriter supplies, G. A. Place, G. H. H. Sils- 
by A Sop; trunks and valises, J. B. Hill Hamesi Co.; fruit and oon- 
feotionery. A. Bernard A Co.. A.Roohella, Geo, Milan!; tailors, W. 
8, Baker, N« Berm^^o, Fh W. Bsttoa, P. fi. Holmeo, R. 7. Keeoe, 2{. 



P^^.. ■tv-kx-v^r WATER aud Ginger Champagne, 

cciuinQX sis^r/.tgrv'g °°- *"• °- °'''''^' 

BUSINESS DIRBCTORY. 75 

Mclntyre, M. A. Sandford, Sandford & Cohn, Sleeper A Hood, T. W. 
ik J. H. Stewart, T. W. Williams; newsdealer and bill poster, 0. F. 
Batchelder, cameras and photographic sapplles, H. A. Kimball, F. 
li. Johnson, W. J. Chadboume, W, W. Brown; teas and coffees. 
Grand Union Tea Co., Centennial Am. Tea Co. 

Miscellaneous — Brokers, Crippen, Lawrence A Co.^ Roby & Enow- 
les, Harr^ Leighton, (stocks); ciyil engineers, B. E. Badger, Fobs & 
Merrill,F.SJBerry ; florists, W.M.Colby, Geo. Main,W. S. Wilson & Co., 
Q.J.Benedict; mnsic teachersjMiss Helen £.Robin8on,M.E.Benedict, 
H. O. :maisdell, C. Q. Conant, B. B. Davir, Sadie I. Johnson, F. W. 
Mesee, Erastos Osgood, F. A. Straw, Cora F. Straw, Susan C. Sar- 
gent; public library, 12,000 yoIs., MiS3 Grace Blancbard, libra- 
rian; real estate, 8. G. Lane, F. G. Edgerly, Frank A. Fowler, 
IssAC A. Hill, Chase A Martin, Geo. A. Foster, Boby & Enowles; 
shorthand reporter, A. J. Shurtleff; typewriters and copyists, Emily 
Cozzens, J. C. Larkin; hacks, W. E. Adams, J. H. Fagan, J. D.Foley, 
C. O. Hill, J. R. Huntley, F. A. Dodge, E. H. Davis; railroad and 
Bteemship tickets, W. J. Drew; elec^ic lights. Concord Land and 
Water Power Co.; gas, Concord Light and Power Co.; water. Con- 
cord Water Works, Crystal Spring Water Co.; building and loan as- 
sociations, Rumford B. 3c L. Assoc, H. R. Hood, sec; Concord B. & 
L. Assoc, F. H. Locke, sec. 

Physicians — C. P. Bancroft, Atylum ; G. Cook, Granville P. Conn, 
A. P. Chesley, N. W. McMurphy, C. R. Walker, F. A. Stillings, 8. C. 
Morrill, D. E. Sullivan, W. G. Carter, B. A. Clark, Arthur K. Day, 
Oeo. H. Parker, Joseph Theriault, Fred Dessaint, B. G. Annable, 
G. M. Kimball, Emile St. Hilaire. Chancey Adams, H. C. 
Call,F.W.Grafton,Jane E.Hoyt,B.E.Jones,Geo.E.Leet, G. F. Roby, 
Mrs. Jnlia Wallace Russell, Russell Wilkins; eye, ear and throat, 
A.F. Sumner; homeo., EzeMel Morrill, A. J3. Morrill, Maude 
Kent, A. W. Hill; veterinaries, Chas. Frederick, James Hart, R. J. 
Macgaire; dentists, E. G. Cummings, G. A. Young, C. N. Towle, J. 
M. Fletcher, E. A. Rowe, E. H. Albee, C. W. Coolidge, J. H. Wor- 
then, H. E. Johnson, L. I. Moulton. 

Tel. Ag'ls— H. H. Morrison, Western Union ; J. H. Dickson, Postal 
Telegraph and Cable Co. 

Pahlie Telephone— NJB.Telegraph & Telephone Co.O.J.Welch.mgr. 

Ins. Companies— Concord Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Provident Mutu- 
al Belief Asso., State Dwelling House Ins. Co., Fire Underwriters 
Asso., Capital Fire Ins. Co., Merrimack County I. 0. 0. F. Relief, 
Aetna Mutual Fire Ins Co.. 

Hospitals— Margaret Pillsbury General Hospital, N. H. Memorial 
(women's) Hospital. 

Concord Street Railway— (Electric) H. E. Chamberlin, supt. 

Y. M. C. A.— A. B. Smith, gen. sec; Boston & Maine R. R. Dept., 
R. E. Burleigh, sec; Woman's Auxiliary, Eflle Thorndike, sec. 

Banks— First Nat., Wm. F. Thayer, pres., C. G. Remlck, cashier; 
National State Capital, Lewis Downing, jr., pres., J. B. Fernald, 
cashier; Mechanick's Nat., B. A. Kimball, pres., H. H. Dudley, 
cashier. Savings Banki—Xinioii Guaranty, W. F. Thayer, treas.; 
Loan and Trust, Fred N. Ladd, treas.; Merrimack County, John 
Kimball, treas.; New Hampshire Savings, W. P. Fiske, treas. 

Newspapers and Periodicals — Duly Monitor, Independent 
Statesman, Republican Press Assoc, publishers; Daily People and 
Patriot, Weekly People and Patriot, Democratic Press Co. publish- 
ers; Granite M!onthly, Granite Monthly Pub. Co.; N. H. Congrega- 
tional Record, RepnhUcan Press Assoc.; Popular Odd Fellow, J. 



Champagne 
F.H. Orvis, 



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76 Busnnfisfl directory. 

W. Bourlet, pnb.; Veteran's Advocate, monthly, I. C. Evans, pub.; 
Stone Trade News, fitogent & Dyer, pubs. 

Patent Medicines—Pnrltana Oompound Co.; Eureka Headache 
Cure Co.; Granite Pile Cure Co.; Elder Hook's Healing Balm; WU- 
liams' Sure Cure, 

Societies— Concord Commandery, U. O. Q. C; E. B. Sturtevant 
Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Thomas B. Leaver Camp, S. 
of v.; Capitol U range, Merrimack County Pomona Grange, P.of U,; 
Concord Lodge, Kear«arge Lodge, Pillsbury Co., U. R., K. of P.; 
CourtConcord, F. of A.; Concord Lodge, 1. 0. G. T.; Merrimack 
Council, Am. L. of H.; Nathaniel White Coimcil, Daniel Webster 
Council, O. U. A. M.; Concord Council, K. of C; Granite Lodge, K. 
of H.; John Carver Colony, Merrimack Colony, Harmony Colony, 
U. O. P. F.; Equity Lodge, A. 0. U. W.; White Mt. Lodge, Rumford 
Lodge, Penacouk Encampment, Tahanto Encampment, Fidelity 
Rebekah Lodge, Canton Wildey, I. O. 0. F.; Blazing Star Lodge, 
Eureka Lodge, Mt. Horeb Commandery, Horace Chase Council, 
Trinity Chapter. A. F. & A. vi.; Granite State Council, R. A.; An- 
cient Order Hibernians, and Ladies' Auxiliary; Capitol City Senate, 
K. A. B. O.; Concord Commercial Club; Welcome Stranger Lodge, 
S. of 3t. U.' Young Assembly Pythian Sisterhood; Capitol City 
Lodge, K. of M. 

KiMf— /2. R. iS.— East Concord, on G. A M. R. R. 

Postmistress— Florence A. Young. 

Church— Cong., Bev. George H. Dunlap; Epis., C. R. Bailey. 

Societv— Rumford Grange, P. of H 

Manunicturers— Leather hose and belting, Samuel Eastman k Go. ; 
blaclismith, George Gate; carpenter, F. S. Famum; harnesses, J. C. 
Carleton. 

Merchants— A. B. Young, W. A. Cowley; pianos, E. W. Ladd. 

Exp. & Tel. Ag't— J. B. Hussey. 

ITeat— £. R. S.— West Concord, on B. A M. R. R. 

Postmaster— O. L. Shepard. 

Church— Cong., D. W. Clark. 

Exp. & Tel. Agt— F. L.Gillingham. 

Public Telephone — J. A. Cobum. 

Societies— Penacook Lake Lodge, I. 0. G. T.; Penacook Park 
Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Carriages, Chandler Eastman <fc Sons; flannels, 
Ooncord Manufacturing Company. 

Mechanics — Dyers, Concord Manuf g. Co.; stonecutters, Thomas 
Pox, P. R. Clark, W. S. Lougee, L. 0. Peabody; blacksmiths, J. M:. 
Grossman, Simeon Partridge. 

Merchanth— Parmenter k Co., J. A. Cobum, C. O. Partridge; wood 
and coal, J. H. Harrington, J. A. Cobum. 

Penacook.— Pop. 3,000; part of Concord and Boecawen. 
R. R, iS'.— Penacook, on N. R. R.; N. Concord on G. k M. R. R., 1 m. 

Postmaster— L. G. Prescott. 

Lawyers— W. G. Buxton, D. P. Dudley. 

Justices— J. G. Pearson, Abial RoIfe,J. D. Fife, D. F. Dudley, H. B. 
Chamberlain, G. E. Foote, W. G. Buxton, G. H. Habbard, 
Harvey Campbell, Eugene H. Davis, John B. Dodge, J. Lrving Hoyt, 
John H. Bolfe, Samuel N. Brown, G. H. Amsden, J. 0. Liuehao, A. 
W. Rolfe, Geo. A. Morse; Notary Public, W. G. Buxton. D. F 
Dudley, J. H. Rolfe. 

Churches— Bap., D. 0. Easton; Gong., £. B. Burroughs; Bpts., 0. 
B. Bailey ; Meth., G. W. Faraier; R. Gath., D. F. Hurley. 



GtTIt4>*d (yfeen Motmtain ^dnev Cure, the best remedy eVet 
made for kidney trouble. Handled by druggists all over the 
frorldt or will be sent by the proprietor, 
J. H. GUILD. M. P.. Rupert, Vt. 

BUSINBSS DIRECTORY. 77 

Express Ag't— John Chadwick. Telegraph Ag't— Geo. A. Noyea. 

Public Telephone— Central office, N. £.Te1. Co.; Penacook local 
exchange, John Chadwick, mgr., cotoiecting Boscawen and Canter- 
bury. 

Hotels — Penacook House, Hannibal Bonuey; Washington House, 
John Hopkins. 

Insurance Agent— W. G. Bnxton, Abial Rolfe, H. B. Sherburn. 

Livery Stables— J. Chadwick, B. B. Morse, D. F. Smith. 

Societies— Union Council, 0. U. A. M.; Penacook Commandery 
U. O. G. C; Myrtle Lodge, E. of P.; Eearsarge Lodge, K. of H.; 
Contoocook Lo^e, Horace Chase Lodge, I. 0.0. F.; Wm. I. Brown 
Poet, G. A. B.; Woman's Relief Corps; J. 8. Durgin Camp, 8. of V.; 
Merrimack Division. 8. of T. 

Manufacturers— Carriages, A. Elliott, C. F. Holmes; carriage axles 
etc.. Concord Axle Co., D. A rtiiur Brown, supt.; circular and other 
saws andwhiffletreespriugs, FisherrlUe Saw Co.: cottons, Contoocook 
Man^f A Mechanic Co.; doors, sash and blinds, C. M. & A. W. Rolfe ; ex- 
tension tableSjJ.E.Symonds Table Co.; floor, meal etc., E.D.Hunkins, 
Stratton & Co.; lumber, C. M. k A. W. Rolfe ; woolens, Dustin Island 
Woolen Mill, R. L. Harris, supt. f^granite polishers, Concord Union & 
Merrimack Go's. ; cotton twine, rope and yam, Boscawen Mills, Thos. 
Wattles, supt.; Penacook Electric Light Co., C. H. Sanders, supt. ; Pen- 
acook and Boscawen Water Precinct, commissioners, S. N. Brown, R. 
L. Harris, Geo. Keller, W. G. Buxton, supt.; flannels, dress goods 
cheviots, Concord Mfg. Co., F. P. Holden, supt ; Whitney Electrical 
Instrument Co., A. H.Hoyt, Supt.; boxes, C. W. & A. W. Rolfe; 
plumbers, wocd work and refrigerators, Penacook Mfg. Co. 

Mechanics and Artisans — Blacksmiths, Samuel Sanborn, Edward 
Mc8hane,Chas. Martin: builders, C. W. Hardy, W. P. Chandler, 

E. C. Dorgin, Wm. Taylor. Louis J. Sebra; civil engineer, J. D. File-; 
masons, B. F. Butler, George Neller, William Neller, Fred Williams ; 
photographers, M. 8. Lamphrey, J. S.Bedell ; undertakers, Fifield & 
Hubbard, J. F. Hustings A Son ; billposter, Wm. H. Bonney; barbers, 
H. Grefi^, J. Develin, B. F. Morse; painters, M. E. Haines, A. H. 
XJrann, Carter & Griffin. 

Merchants— Bakery, Frank Bean, Perley Cutter; boots and shoes, 

C. H. Sanders, G. U. Hubbard, Leon Seidel & Bro., Chandler & Brig, 
ham, John Farrand, Sargent k Co. ; clothing, C. U. Sanders, Leon 
Seidel k Bro., G. H. Hubbard; coffins, Fifield & Hubbard, J. F. Hast- 
ings & Son ; dry goods, W. W. Allen, Foote, Brown & Co., G. N. Dutton; 
groceries, Foote, Brown k Co., Sanborn Bros., Chandler & Brigham, 
Fred Holt & Co., Sargent k Co., J. C. Farrand ; hardware, stoves, 
cutlery, etc., N. 8. Gale k Co., Isaac Baty, Foote, Brown & Co. ; har- 
nesses, W. F. Hoyt, J. F. Hastings k Son ; jewelers, W. U. Bell, R. 

D. Morse, Ii>aac Baty ; druggists, Penacoook Pharmacy, H. S. 
& A. G. Huris, proprietors, W. C. Spicer; meat, Daniel Smith, 

F. H. Blanchard, Frank Abbott, I. J. Tetrault ; millinery, Miss 
M. 8. Peaslee, Mrs. Hale Chadwick, Geo. Dutton ; paperbangiugs, W. 
W. Allen, Foote, Brown k Co.; stoves and tinware, N. S. Gale & Co., 
Isaac Baty, W.A. Bean ; periodicals, toys, etc., G. A. Noyes k Co., 
Andrew Linehan. Fred Morse; printers, G. A. Noyes A Co., W. A. 
Massey : wood arid coal, E. L. Davis, J. H. Harrington. 

Physicians— W. H. Hosmer, A. B. Emery, A. C. Alexander, H. C. 
Rolbrook, F. Dessaint, E. £. Graves; dentist, A. L. Parker. 

G^nneciicnt E.al£e— Coos Co. In town of Pittsburg. Stage 
from West Stewartstown. See Pittsburg. 



The only SUSPENDER for LARGE men is the 
AT^W^OOX), 

78 BUSINESS DERECTORT. 

Con ioocook— Merrimack Co. B. R. station in town of Hop- 
kinton. See Hopkinton. 

C01¥ WAY. CARROLL— Vop. 2,331. N. B. fr. C. 71 m; N. fr. OsbI- 
pee, 28 m. R. R. ^.—Conway, on B. & M. R. R. 

OFFICERS-CT«r*, J.H. Garland; Trta*., H. B. Cotton; StUctmen, 
yfm. Wyman, Walter Burnell, E. B. Carlton; Board of Edv^caUvi 
Abbie M. D. Blouin, Wni. Allln; Board of Health, G. H. Shedd. m! 
v., North; B. Frank Home, M. D.; W. R. Bnmell, Centre. 

Postmasters— Wm, A. Sloane; Centre, Ira Garland; Redstone, 0« 
H. Craig; Kearsarge, Albert Barne« Intervale, W. W. C. Booker. 

Justices— C. W. Wilder, Hugh McNorton, J. C. L. 
X®™*^'.„^^*'"'*«"* Pitman, J. B. Nash, F. B. Osgood, Nathan Whitaker. 
)^-f- Thompson, Andrew Dinstnore, C. H Whittaker, John Chase! 
L.C. Qafnt, Albra Garland, J. L. Gibson, J. F. Shackfort!, 8. A. Pow- 
ers, J. L. Bin ford, W. A. Sloane, Chas. F. Mansfield, J.H.Garland. 
David Wakefield, H. H. Dow, H. B. Cotton, John W. Shackford, W. 
O. Gordon, F. P. Allard, Lester C. Barnes, 0. A. Kennett, C. B 
Blanchard, F. C. Merrill, 8. S. Lovejoy, W. G. Gerry, B. W. Sawyer 
A. B. Todd, H. H. Burbank. * 

Churches— Cong., A. S. Burrill; Meth., J. H. Trask. 

Hotels— Conway House, Pequaket House; Center, Center House. 

Insurance Agent— J. C. L.Wood; Centre, W. W. Philbrook, H.H. 
Burbank. » ■" • 

Lawyers— J. C. L. Wood; Center, John B.Nash. 
Cfe" rf^ R* Cole""^' *** ^^^^*^' ^''^ **'°°' ^^*^<»^ Pendextet; 

Societies— Pequawket Grange, P. of H.; Queen Bather Lodge. 
ReuIf*Co^^8 ^^' ^' ^' ^' '^•' ^^^^"^ ^^^*' ^' ^' ^''' WomaS's 

Manuftcturers— Carriages, L. 8. Merrill, F. Baton; lumber and 
Kennet?*^*^' "''°' P^«'» ^' ^' Sturtevant; spools, A. C. 

Mechanics A Artisans— Blacksmiths, Cloutman Bros., W.S.Carter. 
J. F. Shackford & Son; dressmaker, Alice Snow. 
a f^rm^JSTw S S"i°i*ji- J- Shackford & 8on.,^rlton & Tomes, 
?:A«* I u°' ^\?',E'*l?^^ * ^- groceries. Fifield Bros.; furniture 
SnS?f»^u'^/^T' F- y- g'*!^"' '^••"««' Shaw & Co.; C^Uer, H. H 
?tf r V?!^*'"'*"^^^/^*^^' ^y™*'^ * Cobb; coal, hAy, lime, 
etc., C. E. Meserve; Centre, W. R. Burnell. ' 

Physicians-S. N. Greenlaw, B. P. Home, -Buzzell. 

Tel. Agents— P. W. Davis, W. R. Burnell. 

Nortll— 22. R. S.— No. Conway, on M. C. R. R. and B. & M. R B. 

Postmaster-C. H. Whitaker. Uwyer-F. B. Osgood. ' * "^^ "' *"• 

Boarding Houses-J. A. Barnes, Mrs. Pendexter, T. C. Baatman. 
RusseU^tt^age.^ Merrill House, Echo Farm House; PendexlerMan- 

GrlTMettlt.Vo^'nes^- ^«^*^ ' ^°«" ^' «. Allis; Bpis., Wm. 

Hotels— Kearsarge House, Sunset Pavilion, McMillan House North 

^rH^LnT'* ^Jl%^l" House, Randall' House, EaTtrnHon^ 
Artist Fall House, The Ridge, Centre Villa ""u«»o, 

F^UmLTl^J^R^^^T'' * ^''''' ^' T-K^^^^^"* Alfred Eastman, 
Hm R!h«v:;;^H ^»»if7 Jo^gp, Swlft River Lodge, I. O. O.F.; Pine 
Hill Rebekah Lodge; Highland Lodge, K. of P.; Mount Washington 



"Ceresota" White as Snow. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 79 

Jjodg% Signet Chapter, A. F. A A. M.; Moat Mt. TiOdge, I. O. G. T.; 
Chataqna Tribe, 1. 0. R. M.; Winnetonka Council. D. of P. 

Manufacturers — Carriages, W. D. Barnes; granite, Maine A New 
Hampshire Granite Company. 

Merchants— G. N. Lighton, C. E. Gibson, A. D. Davis 
baled hay, straw, lirao etc., J. L. Gibson; drugs 
and medicines, Pitman's Pharmacy ; grain and flour, Poole A Hodg- 
don; jewelry, G. W. Burbank, S. C. Eastman ; millinery, Wilson & 
Goodwin ; stores and tinware, Nelson M. Willey, hay, grain, lime, 
cement, coal, etc., Fnrber Bfos , J. L. Gibson; books and stationery, 
C. H. Whitaker; gents' furnishing goods, Rosenbloom Bros.; har- 
ness repairs and horse supplies, F. W. Merrill; photographs, N. W, 
Pease; paints and oils, Poole & Hodgdon. 

Physicians— Geo. H. Shedd, John Z. Shedd. 

Tel. Agents— Western Union, J. L. Gibson ; B. A. M. R. R., C. J. Poole. 

Coos— Coos Co. R.'.R, station called North Stratford Junction, 
on Grand Trunk Ry., and North Stratfiirdon Main Central. In town 
of Stratford. See Stratford. 

Copperville— Coos Co. In town of Milan. 

GOBMISH, SULLIVAN— ^op.95i. N. W. fr. C. 60m; N. W. 
fr. Newport, 12 m. R.R.S.— Windsor, Vt., junction of C. A C. A Conn. 
Riv. R. R. 

OFFICERS— CS«rAr, P. Davidson, Flat; Treas., E. B. Hunt, Plat; Select- 
men, F. C. Jackson, p o ad Flat; W. W. Ballocli, p o ad Windsor, Vt.; 
L. R. Dole, p o ad Centre; Board of Education, F. J. Chadbourn, 
p o ad Plainfield; Mrs. D. D. Bartlett, p o ad Center; Mrs. C. E. 
Gould, p o ad Flat; Btard of Health, Q. W. Hunt. M. D., Flat; G. 
E. Fairbanks, South; F. H. Weld, p o ad Windsor, Vt. 

Postmasters— Mrs. M. Spaulding; Centre, G. E. Hilliard ; South, 
Q E. Fairbanks. 

Justices— W. H. Sissou, C. D. Nevens, E. 0. Day, G L. Deniinp, 
G. E. Fairbanks, Sidney Richardson, Alfred S. Sisson, Jacob Beal, F. 
H. Weld. 

Church— Meth., Center, . 

Societies — Cornish Grange, P. of H.; Cheshire Lodge, A. F. & 
A. M. 

Manufkcturers — ^Butter, Hillside Creamery, p. o. ad. Windsor, Vt.; 
C. C. Beaman, p. o. ad. Windsor, Vt.; lumber, Hadley A Emery, p. o. 
ad. Windsor, Vt.; lumber, grain and feed, Wm. Chadbourne; South, 
Pickles and vinegar, G. E. Fairbanks. 

Merchant— Wool, C. Pike. 

Cornish Wlat—R. i2. S — Claremont, 10 m. on C. A C. R. R.; 
Lebanon, 12 m. on Northern R. R.; Windsor, Vt, 8 m. on C. V. R. R. 

Postmaster— Geo. W. Hunt,jr. Auctioneer— S. W. Bryant. 

Churches— Bap., Chas. Gould ; Cong., M. J. Dunklee. 

Hotel— Hampshire House, E. Lockwood. 

Livery — E. S. Deminjc. 

Public Telephone— G. W. Hunt, jr. 

Societies— Park Grange, P. of H.; Wm. H. Bryant Post, G. A. R 

ManufoCturers —Butter, Cornish Creamery Co.; grist mill, F. C. 
Jackson; guns, Centre, G. E. Hilliard; harnesses, W. H. Sisson; 
lamber, Davidson A Huggins; patent medicines, 8. Hardy's Son. 

Mechanics — Blacksmiths, C. T. Sturtevant; carpenters, Joseph 
8. ObftM. Davidson A HuggiQ8,C. A. Jackson; painters, M, M, Hqw> 
•rd, . M. Bythrow. 



BRODBECK CANVAS CANOES. Send for price 
list. F. BRODBECK, W.Rox. Dist.BosTOH-, 

80 BUSINESS DIRBCTORY. 

Merchants— Geo. W. lIuDt,Jr.; Souths 0. E. Fairbanks; auctioneer, 
Alfred 8. Sisson ; cioclts and watches, S. W. Bryant; millinery, Mrs. 
D. J. SpauIJiuK: wool, S. W. Bryant; grain and feed, E. 8. Dem- 
ing; meat. E. York; millinery, Minnie Peaslee. 
b Physicians— G. W. Hunt, R. M. Thombnrgh. 

Cotton Valley— Carroll Co. R.R. Station In town of Wake- 
field. Post-office called East Wolfeboro. 

Crawford Ho use -Coos Co. R. R. station called Craw> 
ford's. 8ee Hart's Locatiou. 

CROYDON, SULLTVAN'-Pop. 512. N.W. fr. C, 44 m ; N. f^. 
Newport, 7 m. iZ.iZ.S.— Newport, on C. & C. R. R. Dally stage ; semi- 
weekly stage fr. Lebanon on Northern R. R. 

OFFICERS— (7/«rA:, M. C. Cooper; Treas., Sullivan J. Brown ; 
Selectmen, S. G. Walker, E. W. bavis, E. L. Cutting; Board of Bdt4^ 
cation, C. H. Forebrand. E. W. Davis, C. 0. Hall; Board qf Healthy 
J. C. Loverin, Sullivan Barton, C. O. Hall. 

Postmasters— Norman B. Frye; Flat, Ellen Brown. 

Justices— .\louzo Allen, D. W. Bart5n, J. C. Loverin, Milon O. 
Cooper, C. H. Forehand. 

Church— Cong., M. T. Runnels. 

Hotel — Croydon House, D. A Sargent. 

Manufacturer— Lumber, EoMt, D.W. Barton. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmith, James Leeds; tinsmith, P. 
G. Miner; paiDters, O. A. Stocker, R. D. Hall. 

Merchants— D. W. Barton, N. B. Frye. 

Cr jiital -Coos Co. See Stark. 

C u«lilng»~Strafford Co. R. R. station in city of Dover. 

Casliinaii— A Post-office in Coos Co. 

DAIiTOIir,C00S— Pop.596. N. fr. C. 112 m; S. fr. Lancaster, 8 m. 
R. R. <Sl— Scotts Junction on B. k M. and M. C. R. R.. Stages con- 
nect with trains twice a day. Lunenburg on St. J. A L.C. & M. C. 
R. R.,l m., fr. Sumner House. 

OFFICERS — Clerk t J. R. Meader; Treas., Chas. Aldrich; Selectmen, 
Loren Ricker, A. H. Hubbard, S. H. Dorian; Board of Educaium, J. 
R.Meader, Fanny B. Aldrich, J. M. Tillotson, Jr ; Road Agent^ J. W. 
Brown; Bvard of Health , Elmer V. Kelso, E. R. Wallace, C. J.Cush- 
man. 

I^Stmasters— Emma J. Rix. Sco^to, Abbie Crane; Cushnuaiy O' 
A. Mooney. 

Sta. & Exp. AgtS.— F. H. Button; Scotts, R. S. Weare. 

Justices— B. A. Taylor, E. A. Taylor, 0. A. Mooney, C. J. Cush- 
man, J. M. Tillotson, jr., J. R. Meader. 

Church— Cong., Rev. J. R. Meader. 

Society— Kiverside Grange, P. of H. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths. W. J. Baker, E. P. Cushman, W. H 
Cushman; carpenter, G. E. Wallace; carriage makers, T. J. Smith, 0. 
F. Smith ; mason, E. P. Cushman; painter, Scotts, B. D. Goodall; 
separator, Cushman, 0. A. Mooney. 

Merchants— E. A. Taylor & Co, J. M. Lang. 

BANBURY, MERRIMACK ^ ^p. 683. N. W. fr. C, 30 ra. 
R. R. 8.— Danbury & So. Danbury, on B. & M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— Cferfc, C. A. Martin; 2V«a«., F. E. Litchfield; SeUct- 
men, J. F. Farnum, W. W. Walker, W. N. Buttrick; Board of Educa- 



No danger. No minerals. All vegetable. Truax 
Rheumatic Cure. 

BUSINESS DIRSCTORT. 81 

(ton, F. W. Flanders, L. Y. Knapp, J. G. Webiter, Board of Healthy 
L. V. Knapp, M. D., J. C. Webster, Willia W. Walker. South, 

Postmasiers— J. S. Allen; South, S. K. Packard. 

Justices— Stillman Clark, J. G. Webeter, J. 8. Knowlton, Weld 
Council. J. U. Kinmons, Frank W. Flanders; SomJi, Alonzo Wilkins. 

Ckwrches— Cong., £. P. Eastman; Advent ; South, Bap- 
tist, , 

Hotel — Danbury House, Geo. Green, prop. 

Ins. Agents— Stillman Clark, J. G. Webster. 

Lawyer— Stillman Clark. 

Uvery SUble— G. A. Martin. 

Exp. Sta. & Tel. Ag't— C. A. Martin. Soutli, 8. K. Packard. 

Society— BlaziDg Star Orange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers — Automatic wood turner, W. W. Benton A Go. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, J. W. Wentworth; South^John Wells; car- 
peucer, W. H. Traver. A. W. Jewett; job printer, W. H. Traver; bonse 
painters, A. W. Jewett, J. 0. Ford; mason, I. G. Perkins; Jeweler, 
John Honor. 

Merchants— Webster & Tucker, J. 8. Allen, O. H. Farrar, Emma 
J. Sargent, John T. Morrison ; auctioneer, J. C. Webster ; cattle 
and horses, Edwin Litchfield A Son; carriages, F. E. Litchfield; 
millinery, Bmma J. Sargent ; agricultural implements, Fred Hun- 
toon; South, Packard A Chandlier. 

Phyticlaa— L. Y. Knapp. 

DAN VlttE, iZOCAT/iVG'^^ Jf— Pop. 666. S. B. fr. C. 33 m; 8. 
W. fr. Exeter, 10 m." R. R. S.— Plalstow 6, and Newton June. 4, on B. 
ft M. R. B. Sandown 4^ on N. A R. U. R. Two daily stages for 
Plaistow: Iv. Dauville 7 and 3 P. M. Ar. at Plaistow 9 A. M., and 6 
P. M. Return and arrival of trains, 9 A. M., and 6 P. M. 

OFFICERS — CUrky W. J. Mace; Trecu., L. A. Colby ; Selectmen, 
A. H. Johnson, A. B. Sargent, W. A. Kimball; Board of Education, 
H.E. Colby, E.C. Darbe, Miss Mary CllfTord; Collector, J. F. Heath; 
Board of Health, W. D. Collins, South; D. T. Sanborn, North: Geo. 
M. Anderson. 

Postmasters— W. J. Mace; South, H. B. Currier; North, Miss 
8. B. Sanborn. 

Justices— A. G. McClure, Bailey Sargent,C. M. Collins, T. £. Tnt- 
tle, .VI. I. Dimond, T. A. Tuttle, D. C. Hook, A. B. Howard. 

Societies— l^auTille Grange, P. of H.; Gen. Walter Harrin* an Post, 
Q. A. B.; Woman's Belief Corps; Bockingbam Lodge, A. O. U. W. 

Manufacturers— Lumber anu boxes, L. a. Colby ; shoes, Collins A 
Witherill, H. 8. Collins, A. D. Collins; steam saw mill. R. F. Towle. 

Mechanics- Blacksmiths and wheelwrights, C. A. Day, E. G; 
Challis; carpenters, H. Sargent, D. T. Sanborn^. M. Kimball, A. 
lock; bonse painters, W.Lunnin.H. Ham, W. P. Carter; paper, 
^ger and painter, C. F. Rnee. 

Merchants— W. J. Mace, A. J. Philbrick; fruit and vegetables, A. 
Slkinr, wholesale egg merchant, B. Sargent; dressmakers, Helen 
Anderson, Mary Hoyt, Mrs. A. Bemick, Miss M. Kimball. 

Boarding Houses— F. W. Tuck, Mrs. J. Elkins, Mrs. L. Gordon. 

Ins. Ag'ts— B. Sargent, L. W. Collins. 

U. AgH— 0. E. Collins. 

Chorcbes— F. Bap., A. B. Howard; Meth., 8. N. Fogg. 

T«wa Ubrary— W. F. Heath, lib. 

BaTto— Strafford Co. R. R. station in town of Durham. 



Eq 



. mZmm. .^^^M^ WATER and Ginger Champagne, 
11 1 n OX Equinox Spring Co.. F. H. Orvla, 
^^ * * ■ ^^ ^^ Manchester. Vt. 



BU6INBSS DIRECTOBY. 



I>avlavlll«— Merrimack Co. In town of Warner. MeareetR. 
R. station, Contoocook. See Warner. 

DBV^HEMBL,!^^ ROCKING ff A M—Vop. 1,220. N. E. tr. O. 20 m. 
W. fr. Portsmouth, 30 m. R. R. &— Oandia Depot, on 0. A P. R. R. 
Stage connecta with mornlDg and eventntc trains. 

OFFIOKRS-- Clrrk^ Chai. R. Brown; 2Vea«., A. M. Chase; Stlectmm, 
E. F. Gerriflh. Trae Fowler, Wm. Jooes; Board of EducaHon^ H Hb 
Churchill, G. H. PteveuB, B. F. Brown, jr.; Bwrd qf Bealih, Geo. H. 
Towle, M. D.; £. T. Chase. Centre; B. E. Sanborn, LeavitVs Hill. 

Postmasters— Geo. W. Brown; Center^ A, M. Chase; Sonlh, H. 
B. Stearns ; Leavilts HilU B. E. Sanborn. • 

Justices— I. II. Morrison, G. H. Stevens, A. M. Chase, W. A. 
Churchill, 0. J. Chase, J. H. Batchelder, Geo. W. Brown, Geo. W. 
Danforth. 

Churches— Cong., Samuel Bell; F. Bap, C.E.Nelson. 

Ex. Ag'tS— J. D. Blake, J. F. Clark. 

Public Telephone— Parade, Brown A Kelsey; SotUh^ Horace B. 
Steams. 

Hotels & Livery Stables — Glenwood House, J. W. Prescott, 
Center^ Exchange Hotel, George Page. 

Ins. Ag'tS— A. M. Chase, J. H. Batchelder. 

Societies— J ere E. Chad wick Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief 
Corps; Union Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Silver LakeRebekah Lodge; Deer- 
field Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers- Butter, Sanborn Creamer}', LeaviW8HiU\ doors, 
sash and blinds, G. P. Rand ; lumber, Gilbert Robinson, i hase 
& Brown, W. A. k H. 0. Brown ; tubs and pails, W. A. Churchill, 
Augustus Robinson; blacksmith and wheel wright, A. S. Pulsifer, 
tinsmith, H. J. Page ; blacksmiths, E. F. Huckins, L. H. Chase, A. S. 
Pulsifer, Everett Emerson. 

Merchants— Sou^A, B. J. Sanborn, T. E. Simpson ; Parad^ Brown & 
Kelsey, Ballou & Danforth; furniture and coffins, J. F. Presoott; 
lumber, J. G. Robinson, Chase & Brown. 

Physician— George H. Towle. 

DEERING, HILLSBOROUGH— Pop. 631. S. W. fr. C. 22 m. 

N. W. fr. Manchester, 22 m. B. B. S.—Hillsboro' Bridge, on li A M, 
R. R. Stage daily fr. East Deering, via. Deering to H. Bridge. 

OFFICERS— Cterfc, W. W. Merrill; Treas., A. J. Locke; SeUctmm, 
E. W. Colburn, Matthew Forsaith. C. A. Barney; Board of Education, 
W. W. Merrill, B. L. Bartlett, B. W. Colburn; Board of Health, B. E. 
Otis, p o ad Hillsboro Bridge; E. W. Colburn, p o ad Francestown; 
W. P. Wliitaker, East. 

Postmasters— H. D.Locke; East,U. Abbie Chase; TTesf, F. Appleton. 

Justices— Lewis Goodall, D. R. Chase, H. D. Locke, A. J. Locke, 
I. Smith, Wm. H. Roach. G. C. Patten. 

Churches— Cong., Fred Burrows; EtMt, Meth., Chas. Matthews. 

Hotel and Livery— H. D. Locke; Summer boarding houses. Orchard 
House, G. F. Ellsworth, J. L. Gtoodale ; East. Maplewood House, D. 
B. Chase; Riverside, W. H. Gilmore;Lake View House, J. C. Gregg. 

Literary Institution— Deering Academy, , prin.. 

Society— Wolf HiU Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers- Lumber, W. H. Patten, £. C. Dow. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, West, D. ButtHck; EaH, W. Patten 
E. O.Dow; builders, J. L. Goodale; East, W. H. Patten; carringe 
painter, E. R. Gove; wheelwright, W. H. Gilmore; carpenter, L. 8. 
uoAdamsj painter, Fied Ferry. 



6uil<f 8 Green Mountain Kidney Cure. Best remedy on earth 
for Kidney trouble. Send tor Practical Treatise on the Kidneys, 
to J. H. Guild, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

BU8INB80 DIRECTORY. 83 

Merchant— H. D. Locke; £a$t, D. R. Chase. 

BERRT, ROCKINGHAM— Voip. 2,804. 8. B. ft-. 0. 25 ni ; S. W. 
ft. Bxeter,21 m. R. R, i9.— Derry,on M. k L. R. R., and Hubbard's 
Station oa N. k R. R. R. Chester and Derry electric cars connect 
with aU trains. 

OFFICERS— C7«rAr, Eb««, B. T. Parker; Trean., Chan. Bartlett; Se- 
Itetmen^ H. A. Hill; H. 8. Rowe, Depot; C. L. Jones, East; Board of 
EducatUm^ H. 0. Hill, Depot, Or. I. Choate, I. H. Jones, East\ Board 
(^Health, G. B. Smith, W. R. Sanders, M, D., E. H. Whitney. 

Postmasters— Chas. Bartlett ; Ea$t, Miss Carrie £. (Jreenwood; 
BvbbartPt, J.O. Hubbard. 

Justices J. R. Clark, F. J. Shepard, G. K. Bartlett, 

W. W.Poore, L. H. Pillsbnry, R. W. Pillsburv, G. W. Dickey, W. 
T. Horse, H. R. Underhill, B. L. Jones. F. P. Bradford, B. T. Parker, 
J.C. Sanders, J. B. Bartlett, T. A. Parsons, R. R. Merrick, C. A. Nor- 
ton, Myron Richardson, F. S. Pillsbury, A. B. Shuts. J. £. Web- 
ster, W. I. Kingsbury. 

Bank— Derry National, J. W. Noyes, Pres., F. J. Shepard, Cash., J. 
B. Bartlett, asst. cash. 

Churches— Cong., H. B.Putnam; Meth., W. J. Atkinson; First, 
Rut, 

Literary Institution— Pinkerton Academy, G. W. Bingham, prin. 

Hotel— Hildreth Hall, Chas. Walker ; Ea»t, The Elmn Geo. W. Pet- 
teogill, prop.; The Bnchelder, W. H. Bachelder, prop. 

Manufacturers— Edge tools, H. R. Underhill ; ribs for loom reeds 
•nd loom harness shafts, plant stakes and labels, Benj. Chase, jr.; lum- 
W, W. W. Poor; Eagt, Adams Bros.; shingles W. W. Poor; sanitary 
commodes, £. R. Angel; distillery, S. W. Gould A Bro., Eaxt. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, F. W. Winn, DeWitt 0. Bodwell, H. N. 
Smith; builders. M. E. Odell; East, R. H. Clark; job printer, Cliarles 
Bartlet; painters, Rice Bros., C. H. Fellows, East. 

Merchants— C.S.Pettee,H.P.Mecker A Son, H.A.Bradford;£^8<, E.T. 
Psrker; books and stationery, Charles Baitlett; com and meal, L. B. 
Hardy ; dry and fancy goods, Miss Sarah Farrow ; drufCR, Chas. Bart- 
lett; meat. East, A. A. Pressey, C. 0. Noyes; flsh, C. F. Weeks. 

Physicians— D. S. Clark; vet., I. A. Bntterfleld. 

Summer Boarding Houses — J. B. Morse, Wm. Haskins; East, 
<*«>. W. Bachelder, W. D. Stevens. 

Societies— Deerryfield Lodge. A. O. U. W.; Beaver Colony, PUffrIm 
Fathers; Rockingham Lodge, Rathbone Div., U. R., K. of P.; Echo 
Lodge, Mystic Encampment, I. O. O. F.; Mizpah Rebekah Lodge; 
Wesley B. Knight Post Geo. E. Upton Post, G. A. R.; W. B. Knight 
M»d G. E. Upton Relief Corps; Derry Brass Band; Nutfield Grange, 
P.'fTT,; IvsinhufTfeiikplii Ktn 1,0. of R. 8.; Molly Beid Chapter of 
5^^ l3?n]j{htcre I't the Arrjcriofin Revolution; St. Marks Lodge, Bell 
Cfca[it4 r, A . F. & A. M; Rflosford Chapter, O. E. S. ; Aqua Pura 
Mi''H'% [. U. (n T ; Djuiih ( lub; Derry W. C. T.U.; Honesty Lodge, 
«• E. 0. P.; CiniTt Nutii^'Id. F. of A. 
Ilf^pat — Postmaster— .L W. Bean. . 

.Churches— Bap.. II. J, Nkhols; Cath., W. J. O'Connor; Meth., H. 

^^ii\ Estate and Insurance Agents— C. A. Norton, F. N. Young, 
«r^i#tt & aiippard, W. J . K i n gsbury, A. B. Shuts. 



hi.kn't—Drmi, O.J', HoUias. 
Reu fsute Xgl,— O. L. Webster. 
Ui^^^— G, E. BartlisU, B, W. Pjllsbury. 



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Save Freight by ordering Porter Screens shipped 
rect from the Factory. For sale by all Jobbers, 
Porter Screen Manufacturing Company. 






84 BUSINESS DIREOTORT. 



Hotel-^Hotel Bradford. 

Liverv Stables— Abbott, Davit k Co., T. J. Sawyer. 

Manufacturers— Boots and shoes, Oolburn, Fuller k Co., W. 
PilUbury, agent; carriages, Abbott, Davis A Co.; hameesee, Abbel^ 
Davis A Co.; lumber, M. J. Horn, 0. A. Colby, Myron Ricliardson; ^ 
stone forks, W. 0. Noyes A Co.; paper boxes, R. W. Pillsbury; 
butter, II. P. Hood A Suns; horse collars, F.T. Rogers A Go. i 

Mechanics Ind Artisans— Blacksmiths, Abbott, Davis & Co., ? 
Geo. Lapham; builders, 0. H. Bradford; uphoIsterer.A. B. Pillsbunr; .] 

gainters, L. S. Hartshorn, 0. F. Chase, C. O. Huge; barbers, J. J. £. ' 
utton, C. H. Qordon, R. F. Bienvenue; dresmnaking, JSast, Mn. A. 
W. Farrow, Mrs. I. U. Jones; Hubbard, Miss Adelia Bohoker. ^ 

Merchants— G. B. Smith, E. N. Whitney; boots and shoe*, C. Q. 
Kimball; clothing, C. W. Abbott, I. D. Gordon; tinware, W. Hodg- ^ 
don; coal, Holmes & Wheeler; cofflns and caskets, C.H.Gordon; , 
dry and fancy goods V. H. Moody ; drugs, 8. Howard BelJ ; furni- 
ture, L. H. Pillsbury ; grain, Annis Grain and Lumber Co., H. P. 
Hood A Sons; hardware, F. 8. Pillsbury ; jewelry and watches, 1 
W. P. Myer^ millinery, Mrs. W, C. Smith, Mrs. C. L. ! 
Hubbard ; stoves and tinware, 8. Jolinson, John Giegenlieimer ; \ 
stationery, blank books and paper, G^. Rollins; fish and meat, F. * 
A. Young, Ferrin A Jackman; fish, Benj. Pettingill; laundry, A. H. : 
Jenkins ; coffins and caskets, C. R. Martin; bakery, W. F. lieacb; J 
fruits and produce, £. Nelson; grocers, C. C. Morse, £. L. Abbott. ] 

Physicians— H. £. Newell, F. B. Perkins, H. 8. Baketel, Geo. H. ; 
Beckley; dentist, A. B. Wark. 

Tel. Agent— J. H. Fletcher. I 

Public Telephone— S. H. Bell. 

Dexter— Strafford Go. In town of New Durham. Nearest B. 
R. station Farmington. See New Durham. 

Dimond's— Merrimack Co. R. R. station In town of War- 
ner. 

Diamond Hill— Merrimack Co. In city of Concord which 
is nearest R. R. station. See Hopkinton. 

Diamond Pond— Coos Co. In town of Stewartstown. Stage 
from Colebrook. See Stewartstown. 

JDixTille mrotcli— Coos Co. Nearest R. R. station is Cole- 
brook, or Rangley Lake steamers to Errol Dam in summer. 

BORCHE8TER, GRAFTON— Vop. 404. N. W. fr. C.50m; 
S. W. fr. Plymouth, 18 m. R. J8.S.— West Rumney, 6U m., Ca- 
naan, 9 m. Mail stages from West Rumney via North Dorchester and 
Dorchester to Canaan, and return three times a week, Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays. 

OFFICERS —Clerk, H. M. Merrill; Treas., Hazen Clough ; Select- 
men, F. Y. Burnham, J.LaMott, W. C. Toungman; Board of Educa- 
tion, H. L. Poquette, Geo. Fellows, £. J. Goss; Road Agents H. M. 
Merrill; Board (\f Health, Byron Richardson, Cheever, H. L. Po- 
quette, p o ad West Rumney; H. M. Merrill. 

Postmasters— L. Keezer; North, Eliza Burnham ; Cheever, Susie 
Kidder. 

Justices— 8. W. Clement, G. F. Colburn, Chas. Cook, John M. Fitta, 
Abel BaUey, H. M. Merrill. 

Church- U* Bap., . 



Winsliip Teacheps' Agency, 3 SoxnerMt St. Boston. 
N. £. Bureau of Edncation—The oldest Tefushers* Agency 
In Now England. 

BUSINESS DIRBCTOBY. 85 

Manufacturers — Blacksmith. Albert Keezer; Lamber, J^aines La 
Mott, p. o. ad. Lyme Center; W. R. Park, jr., p. o. ad., Canaan Center; 
L. S. Fellows; land sarreyor, S. W. Clement.. 

Mechanics— Carpenters, B. W. Clement, A. D. Page, L. Jatrai, Q. 
Ij. Bisliop, Herbert Aehley; mason, Hazen H. Cloagh. 
Merchant— Luella Keezer. 

IM> VKR* BTKAFFOBD— Pop., 12,790. E. tr. C, 40 m. B. R. 8 
— Dover, on B. & M. R. R. Dover A Portsmonth R. R. Dover A 
Win. R. R- 

OFFIGKRS— i/ayor, C. A. Fairbauks; CHty CUrk^V. E. Quimby. 
CUy Treat., W. K. Cbadwick; Mesfenger, G. H De- 
meritt; CHty Marshal, J. Fogerty; Jaiidant Marshal, 
Thoe. Wilkinson; Police Justice, Q. S. Frost; Water Oommu- 
tiontrs, Charles A. Fairbanks, Arthur Wbittemore, Joseph W. Cate; 
S/uL-pcrintendent, W. T. Sanborn; Supt. of iScAoo/«^hanning Folsom; 
Truant Officer, V. Homer Caverly; Collector, C. w. Demeritt; City 
Bolieitor, W. W. Scott; Supt. of Streets, I. L. Lucaa; aiUf Engi- 
netVy G. E. Vamey; Executive Officer Board of Health, C. M. Jones; 
City Physician,!. R. Ham; Aldermen, Ward 1, N. H. Shaw, 
C. E. Wel>ster; Ward 2, David Herritt, Charles Spurling ; Ward 3, 
Alfred Flinn, George 6. Neal ; Ward 4, Charles Morany, A. D. Rich- 
mond; Wards, Frank E. Mulligan, James McOlone; OouncUmefiy 
Ward 1, Homer Hartford, Martin Bennett, Chas. Small; Ward 2, 
Gbas. H. Fox, E. C. McKone, Qeor^e Hussey; Ward 8, Currier Lang- 
ley, A. C. Place, W.W. Williland; Ward 4, Jas. Morley, E. H. Flagg, 
^ 1a. Fobs; Ward 5, Patrick McAtarvey, Frank Mulligan, John Sulli- 
van; School Otmmittee, Ward 1, O. E. Moulton; Ward 2, A. G. Clark; 
Ward 8, John Scales: Ward 4, B. P. Nealley; Ward 6, P. W. Mur- 
^y; Assessors, Ward 1, Cyrus Littlefleld; Ward 8, N. C. Hobbs; 
Ward 5, J. B McSorley; iJe/ecimen, Ward 1, Geo. Peabody, Wm. 
Beede, Walter Nichols; Ward 2,Arthnr Snell, Wm. Bumside, Burt 
Bedfield; Ward 8, Orrin Clark, Nehemiab Randall A. G. Williland; 
Ward 4, J. W. Pierce, JamesHayes, John Davy; Ward 5, Wm. Gor- 
man. Patrick McEnaney, James Eenyon; Board of Health, Charles 
Fairbanks, M. D., Jas. Fogerty. C. M. Jones. 
Postmasters— Jas. Ryan, Jr-; Foint, G. W. Ford. 
Justices— E. y. Brewster, E. R. Brown, Geo. Brown, G. E. Whipple, 
C. 8. Cartland, J. H. Davis, Isaac Abbott, G. E. Dnrgin, F. 
y. Venudd, J. G. Hall, Daniel Hall, J. M. Hayes. Harrison Haley, J. 
HoUand, Harry Hough, J. T. Hill, S. & Jenkins, John Kivel, 0. V, 
Kimball, J. T. 8. Libbey, W. F. Nason, B. L. Nudd, R. G. Pike, H. A. 
Redfleld, C. H. Sawyer, C. A. Tufts, J. B. Stevens, P. A, Stackpole, 
James Ryan, Jr., C. W. Tibbetts, John Scales, Wm. Stems, J. T. 
Welch, A. G. Wbittemore, W.M. Courser, C. S.ClilTord. H. A. Canney, 
J. W. Delaney, G. W. Ford,C. H. Foss, U. C. Grime, J. N. Holt, J. W. 
Leavitt, J. E. Porter, J. H. Richardson, James Dexter, F. S. Tomp- 
kins, J. M. Hayes, Orris Farrar, John Hermon, G. D. Barrett, G. S. 
Frost, J. S. Glass, Roscoe Blanchard, Wm. Cnshman, Eraetus 
A. Crawford, Chas. W. Demeritt, Ernest F. Folsom, Geo. W. 
Foster, Jas. J. GKKMiwln, J. Y. Demeritt, Louis Hobby, George 
Hughes, Frank Hooper, Andrew^ Rilloren, W. 0. Hartford, 
Jolm Kuloren, G. G. Lowell, Jas. McGroty, Daniel Mahoney, 
Jas. McCabe, Wm. Martin, Geo. W. Parker, Chas. Pinkham, 
Fred B. Quimby, Wade Stephenson, Frank 8. Tompkins, Fred 
W. Vamey, Edwin Task, G. W. Norris, Frank Bines, J. L. T. 
Shaw, Patrick McArdle, Wm. Pidgin, E.G. Berry, E. A. Crawford, 



Tlid moit perfectly coiutnieted Suspender in the 
World is the Atwood. 

86 BUSINESS DIBBOTORT. 

W. K. Obadwick, J. Y. Demeritt, Chas. Fish, E. C. Goodwin, Dwight 
Hall, JaB. Reynoldii, Joseph Robins, Albion t<baw, Fred Smith, B. 
A Willard. 

Banks—StralTord National, Wm. S. Stevens, pres., C. S. Curtland, 
cafthlw; Oocheco National, 3. E. Lothrop, pres., Harrition Haley, 
cashier; Ck>€heco BavingH, Uarry Hough, truas.; Strafford County, 
A. O. Matthcs. 

Churches— Central Av. Bap., B. H. Carey; First FreewfU Bap., 
Chas. Perkins ; Wtwhington St. Freewill Bap.. R. E.Oilky ; 8t 
Mary's Catb., Daniel W. Murphy ; St. Charles Parish (French). J.J. 
Bichard; Fintt Cong., Geo. K. Hall; Belknap Cong., Ezra Haskell; 
St. Thomas' Epin., I. W. Beard; St. John's M. K, G. L. CkiUyer; 
First Onlt., J. P. Sheafe; Pierce Memorial Univ., E. A. Hoyt.' 

Eating Houses— A. D. Freeman, Albert K. Ashby, Allen Daniel. 

Exp. Agents— Am. Ex. Co., Jackson Ex. Co., Dover k Boston Ex. 
Company. 

Telegraph Co'S— Western Union: Postal Telegraph. 

Telephone— New England Telephone and Telegraph. W.n.Todd, 
manager. 

Light and Power— Consolidated Light and Power Co. 

Hotels— American House, A. T. Pierce k Co. ; Chases Hotel, J. 7. 
Chase; Cocheco, A.F. Caswell ; Dover Point House, Chas. N. Na- 
son; Bailroad House, J. H. Twomblv ; Evans HoteljMrs. A. E. 
Evans; Kimball House, 0. A. Dore; United States. J. W. Bicker; 
Parker House, V. Snell ; Franklin House, John Mulligan ; Broad- 
way Hotel, Daniel Bradley. 

Ins. Ag'tS— C. A. Tufts, H. A. Redfleld, G. B. Prescott, Oratvford, 
Tolles & Co., Everett 0. Foss, W. 0. Hartford, J. N. Jewell, F. P. Shep- 
ard, Fred M. VHrney, Q. D. Barrett, Mrs. E. J. Sisk, D. H. Wendell. 

Lawyers— J. G. Hall, W. F. Nason, John Kivel, A G. Whittemore, 
R. G.Pike, Geo. S.Frost, Daniel Hall, F. F. Fernald, J. Ryan, jr.. 
Wm. H. Roberts, J. G. Hall. 

Literary Institutions— Dover High School ; Bliss Business College; 
Public library, Caroline H. Garland, librarian. 

Livery Stables— J. F. Seavey, W. W. Cushman, George W. Parker, 
H. E. Canney, Harvey k Bntterfield, C. M. Bosworth, J. W. Backer, 
W. H. Davis, J. W. Home, C. H. Smith. 

Societies— Strafford Lodge, Belknap Chapter, Orpham Council, 
St. Paul Commandery, Moses Paul Lodge, Dover Lodge of Perfec- 
tion, A. k R. S. B., A. F. & A. M. ; New Hampshire Mutual Belief 
Association; The Masonic Building Association; Wecohamet Lodge, 
Mt. Pleasant Lodge, Quochecho f^campment, Prescott Encamp- 
ment, Canton Parker, I. O. O. F. ; Purity Bebekah Lodge ; Coim 
Strafford, A. O. of F. : Ancient Order of Hibernians, and Ladies' 
Auxiliary; Major Waldron Council, B. A.; North Star Lodge, K. of 
H.; Garrison Lodge, A. O. of U. W.; Dover Lodge, B. P. O. E,; C. 
W. Sawyer Po8t,G. A, B.; Woman's Belief Corps; A. J. H. Buzzell 
Camp. S. of V. ; Dover Lodge. U. O. G. C; Olive Branch, K. of P-; 
Cocheco Grange, Dover Grange, P. of H.; Kankamagus Tribe, 
Wanalanset Tribe, I. O. B. M.; Weetamo Council, D. of P. 

Manufacturers— Boots and shoes, EUery k Bennett, Furber Shoe 
Co., Wiggin k NewhaII,J. H. Ireland k Co., J. H. Hurd k Son, Chas. 
H. Moulton ; carriages, J. H. Randlett, J. F. Wessinger, H. A. Worthen, 
Jos.Sarvle; clothing, Dover Clothing Co. ; cottons, Cocheco Mfg. Co.; 

flue. Stevens k Wiggins : harnesses, J. T. Pearlee, D. M. Howard. W. 
[, Haoking, J. W. Harlford, L. Stenerwald ; iron and brass founaen, 



Eq 



m mZm^ .^^'m.w Water and Ginger Champagne. 
11 1 n O X EqiiiBOx Spring Co., F. H. Orvia, 
wi 1 1 1 v/ ^^ Manchester. Vt. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 87 

Dover Iron Foandry, Somereworth Machine Oo. ; marble, S. H. Foye, 
R. H. Twomby ; paper boxes, J. W. Tapley ; soap, L. Beach, jr., & Co. ; 
vooloDS, Sawyer Woolen Mills, Dover Clothing Co. 

Mechanics & Artisans— Blacksmiths, J. Burleigh k Son, C. H. 
Dearborn, P. Drapeaa, Forbash & Spinney, H. A. Hall, C. W. Hull- 
book binder, 0.- H. Horton : builders, H. M. Shaw, H. F. Snow, Edwin 
H. Frost, J. R. Worcester, Hanson Bros., George Brown, B. D. Stew- 
art, 3. F. Tibbetts; tinsinith and plumber, F. F. Davis; undertakers. 
J. A. Olidden, J. H. Grimes & Go., Taker A Cheeley; steam carpet 
cleaning -works, D. A. Page, mgr. 

Merchants — Auctioneers, M. Colnen, Richard Roberts; books 
and stationery, F. H. Foas, E. B. Lane, J. E. Vickery; boots and 
shoes, K. V. Brewster, C. F. Wiggin, Dennis Cash, 
Til ton A Hunson, J. H. Winslow, Roberts Bros , George E. Buz- 
lell, E. H. Foss, Lothrop, Farnham & Co.; bakers, H. H. Clifford, 
Merrinnac MTg Co., J. H. Grimes, R. Gauvin, D. C. 
M. Pierce ; cigars and tobacco. Grey Bros., D. A. Hammond, T. 
T . Maguire; clothing, J. F. Seavey & Co.. Tilton Sc Hunson, liOthrop, 
Farnham A Co., J. k A. Killoren, J. A. Gray, 
J. A. Hoye, Dover Clothing Co.; coal, wood, hay and 
grain. £. J. York, C. H THckey & Co., R. Haley A Co., Y. Mathes ; 
crockery, S. Rackley, W. A. Morrill; drugs and medicines, 
Varney's Pharmacy, B. P. Kennard, C. A. Tufts, 
W. H. Yickery, Lothrop & Pinkham, A. T. Pinkham 
* Co. ; dry goods, W. H Moore, W. R. Tapley, W. Sterns ft Co., 
J. H. Nealey, A. E. Parker, T. H. Dearborn, NuteAHayes, M. Killoren ; 
fancy goods, L. H. Dennis, Nettie L. King, S. H. Meserve, A. E. 
Parker ; fish, W. F. Walker, J. Hayes, Colbath Bros., Prank Hooper ; 
florists, C. A. Davis, C. L. Howe ; fruit, J. Dondero A Co., R. Haley & 
Co., J. A. Grimes, M. E. Horton: furniture, Morrill Furniture Co., 
A. F. LeaTitt, Dover Furniture Company; grain, Y. Mathes, R. 
Haley & Co. ; groceries, Churbuck Grocery, Grange Store, T. McDon- 
ongh, John McCooey, B. Y. Brewster A Co., M. Killoren, C. T. Hen- 
derson, Wood & Nute, C. A. Faxon, T. Sherry, Charles H. Gushing, 
J. W. Merrow, George B. Palmer, J. A. Grimes, E. S. Tash A Co., J. E. 
Kennedy, McArdie A Brennan, F. E. Cassily, J. F. Rob- 
erts, Hayes A Hodsdon, Tasker A Cartland, J. Cunningham, 
P. Gorman, .I.Harvey, J. Hermon, A. Killoren, J .Killoren^ 
D. Lavine, J. J. McCarthy, J. D. McCoy, J. H. McKernan, H.. 
McNal ley. J. Meserve, P. Mulligan, P. E. Mulligan, P. bweeney, P. 
Taylor; guns and fishing tackle, H. W. Twombly, Eugene Smart j 
hardware, C. L. Jenness, J. H. Seavey, Foot A Snell, Littlefield, Frary 
A Co., Charles Clifford, P. W. Neal A Co. ; hats and caps, Dover Clothing 
Oo., J. T. W. Ham, E. J. Purington, Lothrop, Farnham 
A Co. ; jewelry, C. E. Bacon, A. W. Hayes, C. E. Hodsdon, 
F. P, Plummer, E. D, Smith; Junk dealers, M. P. Bennett, 
J. A. Bodge, F. A. Noble; leather belting, I. B. Williams A Sons; 
lomber, lime A cement Converse A Hammond, D. Fross A. Son, E. H. 
Frost ; meat and provisions, Frank Hooper, H. E. Dearborn, Dover 
Beef Co., C. H. Frost, T. Hughes, Chas. £. Jenness, J. Keenan. 
McKone Bros., G. B. Palmer, John Mclntire, Colbath Bros., E. C. 
Berry, W. C. Leavit, E. A. Gowen; bicycles, J. H. Seavey, 
C. K. Hodsdon, 0. 8. Clifford, F. B. Smart; millinery, Mrs. B. L. 
Booth, 8. H. Meserve, Miss M. Byrne, T. P. Cressey A Son, K. I. Flynn, 
HetUe L. King, Mrs. D. P. Fisher, Ada Tompkins ; musical Instru- 
mau, D, Lottrop A Co., G. F.B^twj pateteoiltaadgtois, J, B. 



DON'T 



Let ANYONE preyail upon yon to 
UB6 drugs or minerals— use Tnuuc 
Rheamatio Cure— all vegetable. 



88 BUSINESS DIRBCTOBT. 

Folsom A Co., A. J. Roberta, B. F. Kennard, F. W. Ne«l & Ck>.; pfa&«. 
and organs, F. B. Olark, J. E. Lotbrop A Co., Joeepb Pinkham ; sew- 
ing machines, J. Pinlcbam, J. B. Lotbrop & Co.; stoves, A. Bioalton A 
Co., Littiefleld, Frary & Go., Jobn Batty, Bomerworth Macb. Co. 

Physicians— A. Noel Smith, Miss Florella Estes, L. G. Hill, P. A. 
Stackpole, M. C. lAthrop, J. K. Ham, G. A. Fairbanks, H. R. Parker, 
M. B. Sallivan, R. O. Blanohard, H. H. Stackpole, Geo. P. Morgan, 
A. P. Richmond, J. G. Pike, 0. A. Tafts, Almon Ames, J. A. Bou- 
cher, H.' A. Jendrault, G. A. Tolman, T. J. Ward; bomec, Geo. R. 
Smith; eye and ear, Louis W. Flanders; dentists, Fred H. Hayes, D. 
D. &, Hayes & Bhorey, O. H. Knight, W. F. B. Beiley, C. W.Tasker, 
A. J. Young. 

Dover Point— Strafford Co. R. R.^tation in city of I>oYer. 

Drevravllle— Cheshire Co. In town of Walpole. Stage from 
Bellows Falls, Vt. See Walpole. 

JDrurjr— Hillsboro Co. R. R. station in town of Peterboro. 

BIJBLIM« CHE8fflRE-Fop. 582. S.W. f r. 0. 45 m ; E. fr. Keene, 
18 m. R. R. 8. — Peterboro and Jaffrey on Munadnook R. R.; Har« 
risville and East Harrisville on Keene and Manchester R. R. Daily 
stage, Peterboro and Harrisville. 

OFFICERS— Clerk and Treas., W. L. Fiske; Selectmen^ G. F. 
Appleton. Clifford Gowing, Cbas. J. Ellis; Board of Education, 

C. A. Wood, H. D. Ijearued, Jas. Allison; Affent$, Jas. Allison, H. 

D. Learned; Highvmy Agent, 3 . K. Upton; OoWec/or, Cleseon Gow- 
ing; Board of Health, F. C. Gowing, Samuel Adams, H. H. Smith, 
M. D. 

Postmasters— Jobn G. Townsend. Monadnook, G. B. Leigh ton. 

Justices— James Allison, W.L. Fiske, Milton D. Mason, G. J. Bllis 
W. B. Whitcomb. , 

Notary— G. W. Gleason. 

Churches— Unit., ; Epis., Reuben Kidner, Cong., W. 

F. Whitcomb. 

Express ft Telephone Ag't— G. W. Gleason. 

Hotels— Henry R. LeflBngwell; Monadnock, Geo. Preston. 

Public Telephone— George W. Gleason. 

Society— Monadnock Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers — Blacksmith, Washington Proctor; lumber, Moore 
Bros. & Knight, Henry H. Wiswail ; carpenter and builder^ A. L.Ball. 

Merchants— G. W. Gleason, M. D. Mason. 

Physicians— H. H. Smith, C. A. Wood. 

Public Library— Minnie B. Lefftngwell, lib. 

Summer Boarding Houses— H. R. Lelfingwell, A. R. Burton, 
Mrs. Persis Rice. 

BUMMER, <7005-Pop. 465. N. B. fr. G. 156 m ; N. B. fr. Lan 
caster, 24 m. R. R. S.—W. Milan, 4 ro., on G. T. R. R. 

OFFICERS — (T^erifc, G. S. Twitchell; 2V«o«., J. B. Lovejoy; Sdeet- 
men, W. H. Philbrook, O. S. Holt, Amos Wentworth; Board of Ed»- 
cation, A. W. Wight, Louis liovejoy, W. H. Philbrook; Board qf 
Health, John Lovejoy, p o ad West Milan; John Chandler; Isaac C. 
Wight, p ad Milan. 

PofitniaRter— J.H. Chandler. 

Justices— J. B. Lovejoy, I. C. Wight, Geo. S. Twitchell. 

Public Telephone— John Chandler. 

DIJIfBARTON, MERRIMACK— Top. 524. S. fr. C. 10 m. R. 
R, £(.— E. Weare, 8m, Gofbtown 6, on Manchester and N. Weare B. R, 



PORTER SCREENS are Standard In Quality. For 
■ale by aU Jobbers. Porter Screen Utg. Co. 

BU6INBSS DIBECTOBT. 89 

Gonreyance to first trains down. Daily stage to meet fast train from 
Ooncord to Boston. 

OWriCBRS— Clerk, G. F. Mills; Treaty John Burton; Bdtctmen, 
M. J. Perkins, F. L. Ireland , I. C. MerriU; Board of Education, J. B. 
Ireland, Bradford Burnham; Board of Health, Q. 0. Bailey, North; 
Horace CaldweU. M. D. V.; E. A. Whipple, p o ad Amoskeag. 

Postmastei-S— John Burton; North, D. P. Walker; Hast, G. H. 
Morrison. . , , « 

Justices— J. C. Mills, 0. P. Wilson, D. S. Ferson, F. L. Ireland, J. B. 
Stone, G. O. Bailey, John T. Haines, G. A. Morrison. 

Churches— Bap., J. J. Peck ; Cong., A. M. Gleason ; Bpls., Edward 
Pttrker, p. o. ad. Concord. 
Society— Stark Grange, P. of H . ^ ^ 

Manufacturers— Ax handles; lumber, W. F. Page, ^br«^ Stark 
Mills; blacksmiths, G. 0. Wait, Lauren P. Hadley,J. B. Ire- 
land, 8. Flanders ; builders, J. B. Bunten, T. S. Wilson. 
Merchants— John Bnntin ; meat, D. Jameson. 
Summer Boarding Houses— Hillside Farm, J. C. Mills, Maple 
House, Daniel Jameson, Ridgeway Farm, John R. Emerson, Central 
Cottage, Henry P. Kelley. 
Veterinary Surgeons — T. W. Kimball, Horace Caldwell. 
J^VWLWIAm.9 STRAFFORD— Pop. 871. B. fr. C. 34 m ; S. W 
fr. Dover, 5 m. R. R. iS.- Durham, J^m., on B. A M. R. R. Stage to 
•▼ery train. 

OFFICERS— C7«rAr, G. D. Stevens; Treas.,F. E. Jenains; Sefect- 
•wn, J. H. Burnham, G. H. Whitcher, C. E. Hailt; Board of Educa- 
tion, Mrs. Hattie Watson, G. H. Whitcher, C. S. Langley; Board of 
Health, Chas. Sullivan; Chas. Morse, p o ad Newmarket; Fred W. 
Horse. 
Postmaster— G. D. Stevens. 

Justices— G. D. Stevens, Jeremiah Langley, J. BT. Stevens, 
Locien Thompacn, W. S. Meserve, A. W. Griffiths, C. G. Morse, Geo. 
Cavemo. 
Church— Cong., W. S. Beard. 

EdUeatioaallas.- New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the 
Mechanic Arts. 
Ins. Agts.— J. H. Stevens, F. E. Doe, A. DeMerlt. 
Public Telephones— Cavemo & Son, C. E. Hayes. 
Society —Scammell Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Bhicksmith, M. Hanson; builders, J. J. Bunker, J. 
W. Berry; brick, B. S. Mathes; lumber, Sam'l Runlet, T. H. Wis- 
wall; harnesses, A. M. Fogg & Co. 

Merchants— C. E. Hayes, Alvin Jackson, H. F. Cavemo; fertil- 
*»«, G. H . Whitcher, gen. ag . Bowker Fertilizer Co.; 
barber, T. W. Schoomaker ; agricultural implements, Thompson 
* Langley, J. W. Burnham; coal, A. Jackson, C. B. Hayes; hay, 
A.B.Heserve,Jeremiah Langley & Sons; Inmber.Burnham & Demerrit; 
liTiry stable, C. A. Smart; livery, sale and hack stable, J. W. Burn- 
^tam; meat, G. H. Sawyer. 
Tel. Ag't— P. W. T. Saunders. Telephoue agt., C. B. Hayes. 
Eag^le— Cheshire Co. Name changed to Monument. See Monu- 
ment. 

EAST WLINGSTOTI, ROCKINGHAM— Pop, ^61, S. B. fr. C* 
ttm; S.fr. Exeter 6 m. R. R, 8.—B. Kingston on B. & M. R. R. 
JJ»n and paMenger carriage from East Kingston to Kingston, flv© 
trips daily. 



"CERESOTA** FLOUfi 



90 BU8IKBS8 DIRBOTOBT. 



OFVIGBRS— CZerifc, F. J. Phllbrick ; Treat., G. W. Sanborn ; Select- 
men, A. W. Brown, G. 8. Giles, Franklin Cass; Board of mucaUon, 
Mrs. L. 0. Philbrick, J. R. Webster, J. F. Kimball; Oorutables, Kzra 
Flaher, C. B. Marsh s TrutUet Public Library, J. F. Currier, Mrs. 
L. 0. Philbrick, Mrs. F. E. Currier; Librarian^ Annie Groweli; 
Board of Health, i. G. Nelson, F. B. Tilton, F. D. Lawrence. 
Postmaster—H. L. Boweil. 
Justices— K. W. Philbrick, O. B. Webster. 
Church— Meth., James Games. 
Ex. & Tel. Ag't— J. B. Morrill. 
Public Telephone— U. J. French. 
Hotel -Ro well House, H. L. Rowell, prop. 
Society— Ladies' Harmony Club. 

Manunicturer— Brick, B. Kingston Brick Co., Sanborn Brick Yard, 
Sands Brick Yard, Denencour Bros. , ^. . 

Mechanics and Artisans-Builders, E.W.Philbrick,F. J. Philbrick; 
blacksmith, Joseph Bobbins; dressmakers, Mrs. G. W. BusweLl, 
Mrs. C. H. Chase; nurse, Miss: Belle J. Currier; painters, G-. W. 
Holmes & Son; undertaker, E. W. Philbrick. 

Merchants— H.French & Co.. B. A. Tilton, H. L. Rowell, J. W. 
Buswell ; meat and provisions, C..H. Smith; butchers, F. R. Morrill, 
F. E. French, O. S. Giles, Sidney Gale. ^ 

Uvery SUble-W. H. Ingalls. 

EASTON9 ORAFTON—Vo^. 248. N. W. fr. C. 90 m; N. B. fr. 
Haverhill, 20. R. R. S.— Lisbon & Bath, 12 m., each on C. A M. B. 
R. White Mt. Div. Stage leaves at 5.16 a. m., returns at 7.30 p. m., 
connecting witii trains at Littleton. 

OFFICERS— CZerfc, W. H. Lynch, Treas. D. J. Whittier; Selectmen, 
Willis Bowles, Fred Bowles, E. W. Cooley; Board of Education, 
Willis Bowles, A. G. Aldrich, Henry Noyes; Board ofHeaUh, H. K. 
Noyes, A. T. Young, G. S. Judd. 
Postmasters— W. H. Lynch ; WUdwooC, Ola Kay. 
Justices— G. W. Kendall, Willis Bowles, 
society — Mt. Kinsman Grange, P. of H. 
Uvery SUble-Frank Valley. r. ^ ^ ^ » , ^. 

Manufacturers— Builders, T. B. Young, G. W. Kendall; lumber, 
D. J. Whitcher,R. W.Young; lumber and bobbins, C. A.Young. 
Merchant— W. H. Lynch. 

TEATON^CARROLL—Pop. 514. N. E. fr. C.69 m. N. fr. Ossipee 
20 m. R. R.S.—ConwAy Corner, 6 m., on Eastern R. R. Daily stage, 
Brownfield, Me., on P. & 0. 11. R., 10 ra. Stage from Eaton Centre to 
Conway via Snowville, leaving Eaton Centre at 5.15 a. m., Snowville 
6.30 a. m., arriving at Conway 6.45 a. m.; returning, leave Cjnway 
2.15 p. m., arriving at Snowville 3.30 p.m. and Eaton Centre 3.46 p. 
m. 

OFFICERS— CZerfc, J. 0. Bearing'; Treas., Edwin Snovr, Seleet- 
men, E. A. Stanley, L. C. Allard, Hanson Thurston; Board qf Educa- 
tion, E. W. Hatch, Mrs. Hannah Perkins, Luther Dearborn- Boara 
of Health, Clement Drew, H. H. Robertson, CerUre; C. M. Stanley, 
Snowville. 
Postmasters— Centre, C. Drew ; Snowville, J. 0. Dearing. 
Justices— Clement Drew, Edwin Snow, D. M. Thurston, F. M. 
Hatch, Leslie P. Snow, N. G. Palmer, E. A. Stanley. 
Church- F. Bap., and General Bap. 

Manufacturers- Carriages, Snow Bros. ; clothing, C. Drew ft Son; 
lumber, boards, shingles, staves, &c., Edwin Snow A Son. 



WHEN startingr for the gold fields lay in a snoply of 
Tmax Rhenmatio Cnre— you*U need it— teBtimonlaiB fur- 
ntehed by W. A. TRUAX & CO.. Bellows Falls, Vt. 

BUSINBSS DIRBCTORT. 91 

Societies— Hillside Orange, M. KiDeman Orange; Trinity Lodge, I. 
O. O. F.; Mt. Cedar Rebekah Lodge; Crystal Lake Lodge, I. O. G. T. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmith, Henry Kenneson ; cabinet 
makers and carpenters, £. E. Bryant, John Snow, M. R. Head; 
dressmaker, Q. M. Hatch; barber, Frank Palmer, Centra; paper 
hanger Mrs. Lilla Tliompson, BnowoiUe; painters, W. H. Snow; 
E. J. White, SnotoviUe. 

Merchants — £. Snow & Son, C. Drew & Son. 

Hotels — Palmer House, N. O. Palmer, Prop., Rock Mountain House, 
H. H. Robertson, Prop. 

EFFIDTGHAM, CA RROLL—Pop. 720. N. B. fr. C. 70 m; N. E. 
fV. Ossipee, 6 m. B. B. 8. — ^. Wakefield and Ossipee Center, on B. & 
M. R. B. Dailj stage to E. Wakefield. 

OFFICERS— CTert, J. K. Meloon, FaUt; Treat., Fraucisco W 
^BftiTYier \ Selectmen. S. J. Philbrick, C. Parsons, B. F. Lear, Board of 
Education, C. P. Rowe, J. M. Drake, C. P. Keay; Board (if Health, 3. 
M. Leavitt, M. D., Lord' 9 Hill; A. N. Gould, Oentre; John Demeritt, 
Falls. 

Postmasters— E. A. Leavitt ; Souths Daniel Littlefleld; Center^ C. S. 
Miles; Jfalh, Chas. Parsons; Pine River, Irving Drake. 

Justices— J. W. Thurston, S. Q. Dearborn, J. M. Drake, Charles 
Parsons, G. H. Stevens, T. P. Taylor, C.P. Rowe, C. J. Leavitt,F. W. 
Barker, C. S. Miles, F. 0. Bradbury. 

Church— Bap., . 

'. Exp. Agent— J. M. Champion. 

Lawyers— 8. Q. Dearborn, F\iUi, C. J. Leavitt 

Boarding Houses— Mrs. J. C. Leavitt, C. P. Keay; South, C. H. 
Stevens ; Centre, T. F. Taylor. 

Societies— Green Mountain Grange, P. of H.; Charter Oak Lodge, 
A. F. & A. M. 

llerchantS->J. P. Qlidden; Souths Arthur Sanborn, p, o, ad. EflBng- 
bam; J. L. Demeritt, FalU. 

Physicians— J. Bf. Leavitt, A. N. Gould. 

Center— Postmaster— C. S. Miles. 

Church — Bap., G. A. Smith. 

Uterary Institution- Masonic Institute. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, Levi Champion k Son. V. B. Glidden; 
carpenter, J. A. Leavitt ; lumber, J. L. Demeritt, Falls. 

Merchant— C. H. Drake; millluery, Mrs. C. H. Drake. 

Falls— Postmaster— Chas. Parsons. 

Church— F. Bap., W. C. Tamson. 

Boarding Houses— D. P. Demeritt, J. K. Meloon. F. 0. Bradbury, 
H. H. Glidden, F. Emmons, W. T. Davis, Mrs. Isaiah Meloon. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, J. L. Demeritt; rakes, C. k J. M. Par- 

BODi; 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, R. M. Fulton; carpenter, 0. Stillings; 
Machinist. John M. Parsons; painters and paper hangers, H. E. Cut- 
ui^, A. Meloon; dressmaker, Mrs. J. H. Meloon. 

Merchant—^. L. Demeritt. 

Stage— Daily, from Falls to Ossipee Centre. 

Blkins— Merrimack Co. In town of New London. Nearest R. 
«• station Potter Place. Stage. See New London. 
.ELMHrOHTH, CJJ^FrOiV— Pop. 160. N. W. fr. 0. 68 m; S' 
J- It. Haverhill 26 m. R, U. S,— Rumney, 7 ra, on C- * M. R. R,.» 
White MtDiv, 



TT^ -^_ -T-^.*^^*' WATER and Ginger Charapasne« 
KQ n 1 n OX Equinox Spring Co^ F. H. Orvfs, 
*^M^^** iXi^^^ Itancheter. Vt, 

92 BU0IMB88 DIBBCTOBT. 

0FFICBR3— Ct«rl( and Treas., J. M. Daitin, p. o. ad. We$t Oamp^ 
ton ; SeUclmen, A. W. Kelly, Henry Ck>IIln8, L. 0. Palmer, Board qf 
XducaHon, Mrs. H. J. Kelly, Mrs. J. J. Avery, Mrs. M. B. Palmer; 
Board nf Health, W. P. Bozzell, Plninmer N. Downing, Charles H. 
WiUey. 

Justice— W. P. Buzsell. 

Chureh^F. Bap., 1 Meth., A. P. Beynolds. 

Meehaniet— Carpenter, G. W. Sherburne; cooper, W. Barrett. I 

■iMwo^d— HiUsboro Ck>. B. B. station in town of Hancock. 
See Hancock. 

EM FIEIiD* GRAPTON—Pop. 1,700 N. W. fr. 0. 69; S. ft-. Wooda- 
Tllle, 52m. R. R. A— Enfield, Concord Div. B. & M. B. B. Stage 
and mtils— Enfield Depot to Enfield Center, 5 miles, leave 8 a. zn. 
and 1 p. m., arrive 7.30 and 11.4* a. m. Steamboat, Nina, Enfield 
Depot to Lakevlew, Mascoma Lake, 3 miles, Jnne to September. 

OFFICERS— Cfer*, L. N. Sargent; 7V«at., F. B. Williams: Over- 
seer, A. M. Bryant; Selectmm^L. W. Currier, A. H. Jackman. S. W. 
Lewis; Collector, Dennison Currier; Road Agents, B. A. Wells, B. 
P. Foster; Oomtable, A. A. Cox, A. M. Bryant; Board of EdneaUon, 
Town District, A M. Bryant. A. M. Bucklin, V. M. Clough; Special 
District No. 1, Walter Dole, N. S. Wheeler. 

Postmasters— F. B. Williams; Lockehaven, F. D. Sargent; Mont- 
CiUm, H. Church. 

Justices— E. B. Hnse, L. W. Currier, F. C. Smith, A. A. Oox, E. 
A. Wells, Wyman Pattee, J. W. Pattee, Stephen D. Sm{th,L. D. Dan- 
bar, Nathl. 8. Wheeler, F. T. Currier, L. N. Sargent, J. P. Perley, 
Walter Dole. 

Churches— Cong., B. T. Farrell ; Meth., W. A. Prosser ; Univ., O. 
H. Maxham; Shaker, H. C.Blinn; Cath.. M.H. Egan. 

Exp. ft Tel. Ag't— B. H. Walker. 9 

Telephone Agl's—W. C. Clough; Center^ F. T. Currier. 

Hotels— Webster House, C. H. Webster, Lake Tiew House, W. A 
Saunders. Boarding Houses, Mrs. Geo. Sloan, Mrs. E. A. Morse. 

Conveyancer ft Coll. Agt.— E. B. Huse. 

Ins. Ag'tS— E. B. Huse, L. W. Currier. 

Livery Stables— Geo. Sloan, C. H. Webster. C. Houston. 

Societies— Social Lodge, A. F. & A. M.; Helping Hand Lodge, I. O. 
O.F.; Admiral Fari-agnt Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Belief Oorpa; 
Montcalm Grange, P. of H. 

> Manuflicturers— Brooms, grain measures, seeds, etc., JOHN BBAD- 
FORD, H. C.Baker; woolen cloakings, suitings, etc., Baltic Mills, 
George Whitney Woolen Co.; harnesses, W. A. Wilmot; carriages, 
Wm. E. Ro we; .lumber, Wells & Flanders, E. F. Foster, p o Lebanon; 
brooms, Henry Cnmmings. 

Mechanics and Artisans-Blacksmiths, Stephen LafTee. J. A. 
McCracken; builders, Oscar Collins, B. R. Collins. J. S. Pillsbury, D. 
M. Atwell. J. F. Jones, Wm.Tilton. S. P. Baker; psinter* and paper 
hangers, S. P. Baker, H.M. Seeds, N. S. Wheeler, E. E. Huse; un- 
dertaker, picture frames, paper hangings and horse clothing, W. A. 
Wilmot; shoemaker, T. J. Benjamin; dressmakers, Emma Cnm- 
mings, Ida Cox, Mrs. H. M. Leeds, Maroia Stanley; barbers, J. H. 
Bennett, Geo. Aldrich; upholsterer and furniture repairs. S. P. 
Baker; masons. J. W. Choate, A. C. Train; electrician, F. N. Hall 
newspaper, Enfield Advocate^ob printing,maga2ineB and stationery, 
W. A. Abbott; milliner, Jessie Williams; music teacher, Mrs, F. A. 
Fogg. 



Keep your Pants on with the 
V ATWOOD SUSPENDER. 

BUSIKB88 DIBSOTORT. 98 

Merchants— F. B.' Williams^Smith & Dorothy ; boots and shoes, 
fiuicy goods and small wares, W. C Clongh; boots and shoes, A. F. 
Howard: druRs and medicines. P. B. Williams; clocks, watches, 
jeweJry and spectacles, H. C. White; flour, meal, grain and feed, C. 
W. Reed; rough and hewn granite. Wells A Flanders. W. H. 
Freeto: meat and provisions. F. W. Hntchins; stoves, tin and hard- 
ware, F. A. Fogg; coal, F. B. Williams; ice, H. M. Leeds; papers, 
magazines, etc., Smith & Dorothy. 

Physicians— J. A. Leet, Z. F. Lamb, V. Manahan; dentist. C. W. 
Pitman. 

Center— Postmaster— A. M. Bryant. 

Hotel — Montcalm Qonse, J. H. Morse; Godman House, F. B. 
Morse. 

Insurance Agent— F. T. Currier. 

Merchants— F. T. Currier ; coflRns and caskets, Z. H. Dustin ; flour, 
grain and meal, F. 8. Gordon, bronze monuments, W. Y. Wolcott. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, Frank B. Morse. A. L. Moody, carriages 
and sleighs. W. Y. Wolcott; ; boxes, W. H. Leavitt, Geo. B. Coch- 
ran; shingles. Lew Hall, H. A. Little, Gt. B. Cochran; marble monu- 
ments. G. F. Andrews. 

Mechanics — Blacksmith, J. Mo Elwain ; builder, W. H. Leavitt; 
pftinter an d paper hanger, Z. H. Dustin. 

Physician— F. P. Fisher. 
IVIoBtcalm— Postmaster— H. Church. 

Manufacturers— Lumber. E. F. Foster; blacksmith, -B. F. Petten- 
gUl. 

IfOckebawen— Postmaster— Frank Sargent. 
Merchant— Groceries, F. D. Sargent. 

EPPIIfO, JZOCK/iYGfiT^jr— Pop. 1,721. S.B. fr.C. 39 ra; W. 
ff' Portsmouth, 18 m. R.RJS. — Epping, West Epping,and East Epping 
00 0. ft P. R. R.; Epping and No. Epping on N. & R. R. R. 

OFFICERS— Ct«rfc. 8. W. Atwood; Treas., J. 8. Ladd; Selectmen, 
C.F.Edgerly, F.P.Knox, G. 8. Bandlett, jr.; Board «f Education^ 
E. G. Smith, Matthew Harvey. Mary Thompson; Board of Health, 
A. D. Brown. F. P. Flsk, L. J. Holt, West. 

Posffaiasters— G. W. Tilton ; West G. N. Shepard ; NoHh, Hannah 
Chase ; East, Mrs. Laura Perkins ; Bedding, Laura W. Perkins. 

^tices— G. N. Shepard, C. W. Sanborn, G. W. Tilton, G. S. 
Rundlett, J. C. Burley, W. H. Drury, John Leddy, L. J. Holt, A. C. 
Buswell, C. E. Norris, A. W. Mitchell, A. M. P. Pearsons. 
Bank— Epping Savings, J. C. Burley, Pros., J. Q. Pike, Treas. 

^Churches— Cong., E.G. Smith; Friends, ; Meth., 8. C. 

Keeler. 
Exp. Ag't— F. P. Knox. 

Hotels— McAIpine House, Frank Battles ; Perkins Hotel, M. A. 
Perkins, Prop.: Prospect House, J. L. Randlett. 
Uwyers— Wm. H. Drury, L. G. Hoyt. 
Uterary Institution— Watson Academy, W. 8. Mason, Prin. 
Uvery Stables— M. A. Perkins, Walter B. Hill, Frank Battles. 
^Socleties-Bockingham Grange, P. of H.; Albert M. Perkins 
Po«t,G. A. E.; Woman's Relief Corps; Geneva Lodge. 1. O. O. F.; 
Jem RebekHh Lodgp; Pawtuckaway Lodge. K. of P.; Sullivan 
lodge, A. F. ft A. M.; Queen Esther Chapter, O. E. 8. 
, MtnufllOturers— Blacksmiths, G. 8. Thompson, G. W. Hopkinson, 
K Iforenger ; boots and shoes, J. A. Coming, M. G, Nichols; bricks 



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94 BUSINESS DIBBCTORT. 

W. Ck>odrlch, O. S. Rundlett & Son, J. Leddy & Ck):,aranite State Brick 
Ou., Star Brick Co.; builders, Q. 0. Stone, V. Chase, G. A. Puring- 
ton, Albert Burleigh; lumber, C. A. Miles; t)aper boxes, W. O^ 
Brown; cotton twine, A. H. Pearson A Son. 

Merchants— John Leddy A Co.; West, J. L. Trae, G. N. Shepard ; 
paints and oils, groceries, flour «nd grain, J. Q. Pike ; groceries,. 
boots, shoes and grain. John Leddy k Co., J. Q. Pike: groceriea, 
meats, etc., Littlefleld A Whitteniore;dry goods, J. S. Smith ;furiiitar& 
and undertaker, A. D. Brown; drugs and medicines, Walter H. 
Stickney ; fancygoods.millinery and dry goods, A. H. Pilie; millinery, 
Mrs. C. B. Greenwood; meats and provisions, C. W. Woodsy cIothiupTr 
boots and shoes, J. H. Macauley ; jewelers, S. W. Atwood, F. P; 
Fisk ; printer, C. W. Sanborn ; sewing machines and musical goods, 
F. P. Fisk ; stoves, J. 8. Ladd A Co.; watches and Jewelry ,F. P. Fisk,, 
S. W. Atwood: harnesses, etc., J. F. Haxen.; coal, Epping Coat 
Co , Beels and Steers ; overalls and coats, Epping Orerall Co. 

Physicians— A. C. Buswell, A. W. Mitchell, H. W. Robinson. 

PuBlic Telephone— S. W. Atwood. 

EPSOM, MERRIMACK—Pop. 816. B. from C. 12 m. J?. R. g. — 

Epsom and Short Falls, on Suncook Valley R. R. Stage to North' 
wool; leaves 11.30 a. m. and 6 p. m , arrives 7a. m. and 2 p. m. 

OFFICERS— C7«r*,M.C.Phllbrick: Treaty Q, B. Warren; Select- 
men, £. E. Wells, J. L. Bickferd, B. M. Towle; Board of Edueatum, 
J. H. Dolbeer. J. B Philbrick, Miss ^. F. Griffin; Board of Health, 
J. T. Cotterell, Nathan Goss, Fred Fife. 

Postmasters— J. T. Cottrell ; Short Falls, Mrs. J. B. Tennant ; 
OoisvilU, A. J. Silver. 

Justices— C. 0. Brown, J. H. Dolbeer, 0. B. Warren. 

Churches— Cong., J. O.Tasker F. Bap., .T. W. Scribner. 
' Hotels— H. S. Knowles; Gossyille Hotel, E. F. White. 

Societies— McClary Grange, P. of H.; Evergreen Lodge, T. O. O. 
F.; Ivygreen Rebekah Lodge; Geo. H. Hoyt Post, G. A. R.; Wo- 
man's Relief Corps. 

Manufacturers — Boxes, Burnham & Teaton ; carriages, J. Minard; 
flour and meal, .7. W. Marden, H. S. Knowles; lumber and 
shingles, G. H. Burnham, H. Bickford ; pat. clapboard machine and 
door hangeri^, H. A. Eolmes; sasb and blinds, F. Marden. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths. A. L. Ricker, M. Q. Burnham, Wm. Lent; 
builders, J. C. Philbrick k Sons, J. Sperlin; millwright, H. A. 
Holmes. 

Merchants— Silver k Hall, H. S. Knowles; ShoH FcOls, J. B. 
Tennant. 

Physician— R. Hill. 

Station Agents— J. E. Chesley ; Short FaUs, J. B. Tennant. 

Public Telephones-H. S. Knowles, A. J. Silver, J. B. Tennant. 

ERROIi, COOS— Pop. 180. N. E. fr. C. 180 m ; E. fr. Colebrook, 
20. J2. R. S.— Colebrook on Upper Coos R. R., 20 m. ; also, W. Milan, 
22 m. Stage from Colebrook 3 times a week in summer; and daily 
from Berlin on G. T. R. R. 30 m. Stage from Wilson's Mills, Me., 
daily In summer; 3 times a week in winter. 

OFFICERS— C7«r*, L. C. Bragg: T/ eoa., J. L. Bragg; Bdeclmm, R. 
B. Thurston. L. C. Bragg, J. P. Oorbett; Board of Education, A. B. 
Bennett, S. R. Hanscom, L. Btta Akers; Board of Health, N, N, Fer> 
rin, A. L. Davis, J. W. Akers. 

Po»tma9tw— L. 0, Br^g^, 



T^F^-^^^^of Prime is known wherever "Old Home* 
stead »• has been played--K>ne of the original family cured of 
rnenmatiam by Troax Rhenmatio dure. 

BU8INE8fl DIRECTORT. 95 

Justices— L. C. Bragg, Geo. C. Demeritt, N. N. Ferren, W. A. 
Bragg. • 

Hotels — Akers Pond Hoase, John W. Akers; Umbagog House, W. 
'^•J'?^^ ^'*™ House, F. R. Alleu; Demeritt House, 0.0. Demeritt. 

Public Telephone~w. a. Bragg. 

Society— Umbagog Grange, P. of H. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, B. D. Thurston, C. C Bennett; barber, 
Q. M.*Ck>rey. 

Mercnants— L.C. Bragg, West Si Son. 

Etna — Grafton Co. In town of Hanoyer. Stage from Lebanon. 
See HanoTer. 

Kreret*— HillBboro Co. R. R. station in town of Weare. 

WSLW^'TKWt, ROCKING HAM— Pop. 4,800. 8. B. fr. C. 40 m. B. 
-«• ^Bxeter, on B. A M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— aerft, F. S. Fellowes; Treas.^ E. S.Thyng; Selectmen, 
B. J. Perkins, S. J. Colcord, Chas. G. Gooch ; Board of location, 
J. p. Lyman, A. 0. Fuller, John H. Brown. 

Postmaster— G. B. Hoyt. 

Justices— Edward E. Nowell, J. W. Towle, E. G. Eastman, A. 0. 
Fuller, B. H. Gilman, J. E. Young, D. F. Wells, C. 8. Button, 
^yette Ohesley, A. J. Hoyt, John O'Neil, Thomas Leavitt, G. W. 
Weston, W. H. Belknap, A. 0. Buzell, Mndison Sleeper, C. H. Knight, 
1** ^°**°*®» •'®**° Tcmpleton, S. H. Gale, A. J. Brown, W. F. Rund- 
wt, G. B. Hoyt, G. F. Haynes, J. D. Lyman, E. A. Richardson, Thos. 
Wvltt, jr., W. H. Nute, P. M. Cilley, A. T. Severence, J. D. P. Win- 
^te, Wm .P. Chadwick, Frank F. Shute, James Bruce, John A. 
Brown Rooert Scott, Fred Fellows, H. H. Morris, H. P. Chase, G. B. 
WK)dale. O. G. Dolman, A. P. Green, 

no K *^S~*'*®*®*"®*°^'°8C<*-» 'S'^^- *a«*™an»P''e8;C. E. Bylngton, 
rasft. ; Exeter Co-operative Bank, Wm. Bnrlingame, pres.; W. H. 
neiknap, treas.; Union five cent, W. H. C. FoUansby, Pres., tf. C. 
Clark, Treas. 

^Churclies— Cal. Bap.,A. B.Woodsum; Coup., W.B.Anderson, G.. 
^8^«et; Bpis., B. G. Goodridge; Meth., Wm. Woods ; R. C, J 

lating Houses— C. F. Folsom, F. H. Hervey, Alma Frame, F. H. 
tt*ll kCo Ben. Levy, Exeter Street Railway Cafe. 

txp. Ag'tS— Chas F. Hervey, A. Lawrence. 

Ins. Agts.— J. A. Brown. F. M. Cilley, C. H. Wheeler, D. W 
Baker, ff A. Shute. Annie P. Shute. 

Hotels— American Houie, L. G. Towle; Granite House, B. B. 
Ijmball; Lmcohi House, F. H. Mc Alpine; Exeter House, F. H. 

Lawyers— Thomas Leavitt, J. Warren Towle, E. G. Eastman, C. H. 
iimght, A. 0. Fuller, Henry A. Shute, John O'Neil, J. B. Young. 

Uterary Institutions— Phillips Exeter Academy, H.P.Amen,prin.; 
aopinson Female Seminary, G. N. Cross, prin. ; Exeter High School, 
Albion Burbank. -- » *' » » , 

UverySUbles— D. J. Flynn, A. M. Trefethen. ' ' ' '^ 

societies— East Rockingham Pomona Grange, Gilman Grange.'P. 
WH.; Exeter Lodge, K. of H.; Sagamore Lodge, I. 0. O. F.; Re- 
oekah Lodge; Moses N.' Collins Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief 
^jps; Swamscott Lodge. K. of P.; Exeter Lodge, A. O. U. W.; 
J[heelwrightCourt,F. of A.; Exeter Commandery, U. O. G. C; 
Star in the East Lodge, St. Alban Chapter, Olivet ConncU, A. F. & A. 
«.; Onent Chapter, O. E. S.; John J. Bell Lodge, I. O. G. T.; We- 



Eiil WITER 



AND aiNGER CHAMPAGNE, 
Equinox Spring Co., F. H. Orvis 
Manchester, Vt 



96 BUSINESS DIRBCTOEY. 

banowDOwlnt Tribe, I.O. B. M.; Pekawsnket Council, D. of P.; 
Friendship Council, B. A; Wise Senate, K. A O. £. 

Manuracturers—Kxeter RubberstepMTgCo.-.Exeter Brass Works^B. 
Folsoui & Co.; cottony, Exeter Manufg Co., Hervev Kent, agent; 
lumber, L. B. Smith, Brown A Warren, Bxeter Machine Works, W. 
BnrliDgnme, ag't, Dow A Bnrley; potter's ware, Lainson A Field; 
shoes, Gale Bros., Exeter Boot & Shoe Co.; lumber, J. H. Fellows, 
machinery. G. W. & 0. A. Lane. 

Mechanics A Artisans— Blacksmiths, A. W. Vroom, J, Ben. bar- 
rel, Geo. Lane. Thomas Waburton, A. J. Fogg, G. W. Greene; 
builders. Geo. Young, Abraham Jennts, Brown A Warren, B. W. 
York. C. W. Young, 0. H. Palmer; harness makers, F. K. Batch- 
elder ; mAehinists, G.W. A C. A. Lane ; printers, John Templeton; 
J. D. P. Wingate, Wm. P. Flanisan; barbers, W. A. Shaw, C. H. 
Dewhirst, A. F. Schmidt, H. A. Young, F. A. Dunn, W. F. Temple; 
dressmakers, Helen V. Carroll, Nellie A. Conner, Kate CuBbmnn; 
laundries, Joas Jette, Exeter Steam Laundrv. Chss, Larrabee, B. J. 
Lysitt. John McNulty; plumbers, Gelchell k Taylor, Young A Per- 
kins, John Sweeney; slater, Henry Calkins; undertakers, O. A 
Fleming, J. W. Field. 

Merchants— S. S. Thyng; auctioneers, R. A. Tyler, S. C. Lawrence, 
Roberi Scott; books and stationery, J. H. Batchelder; boots and 
shoes, Sanborn A Co., J. M. Towle, Henry Dow,H. Jelna, J. B. Mc- 
Taggart, B. F. Coleman, J. D. Houston A, Co.; clocks and watches, 
0. H. Sleeper, W. Burt ; clothing, J. Levy, Saubpm A Co., A.S. French, 
B. V. McKey; dry goods, C. H. Parmenter, Arthur H. Sawyer, L. 
A S. Mayers, London Bros. ; drugs and mediciues. Weeks A Seward, 
Exeter Drug Co., A. S. Wetherell, J. E. Knight ; groceries, Arthur 
Tanner, Hardy Grocery Co., Kelly A Gardner, Goodwin Bros., H. 
F. Dunn, B. P. Robinson, C. C. Russell, C. W. Barker, hardware. 
Young & Perkins, Kelly A Gardner, Getchell A Taylor, hats and caps, 
Sanborn A Co., A. S. French, J. Levy ; millinery, Ida Bennett, 
Lizzie Rollins, N. M. Stiles, B. K. Partridge, L. B. Getchell; 
paper hangings, B. S. Tbyng, J. H. Batchelder; wood, coal, etc., H. 
W. Anderson, G. W. Furnald ; fruit and confectionery, Margie Bros., 
B. Domenicho, Exeter Street Bailway Cafe; tailors, Mitchell A Cole, 
H. Coheu A Co„ Philip White; hats and caps, £. Y. McKey. 

Physicians— W. G.Perry, Edward Otis, A. H. Varney, Bobt. Mason, 
W. H. Nute, Walter Tuttle, W. B. Mack,EaBtman A Davis; dentists, 
H. Prescott Chase, F. A. Charles, C. H. Gerrish, J. E. S. Pray, A. 
T. Severance, L. E. Burley. 

Tel. Ag't— Chas. Hans«»m. 

Public Telephone— Mrs., Olive Bent. 

Fabyan Houser-Coos Co. B. B. station in town of Carroll, 
in heart of the White Mountains. See Carroll. 

fair View— Grafton Co. B. R. station in town of Woodstock. 
See Woodstock. 

FARMINGTON, STEAFFORD-^Fop.%0Q4t. N. B. fr. C. 35 
m ; N. W. fr. Dover, 18 m. B. R. S.— Farmington, on Northern Div. 
B. AM. R. R., % m. fr. village; conveyance to all trains by L 
A. Home, hackman. 

OFFICERS —Cleric, H. S. Davis ; Trwu., B. T. Wilson ; 8el«etmm 
D. W. Kimball, J. E. S. Hall, J. T. Bickford. 

Postmaster— B. £. Oarleton ; ifsrriJL Bdwin Sargent: Placet, 
Mary B. Robearts. 



Ytotb. Maine to Texas they testify to the merits of 
TRUAX RHEUMATIC CURE. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 97 

Justices— James B. Bdgerly, £. F. Nate, Frank Emerton. G. W 
Talpey,0. H. Pitman, John Tuttle, A. W. Shackford.E. T. Willson, H. 
EL Barker, H. 0. Waldron, H. S. Darts, Henry Wilson, J. F. Hall, A. 
D. Otis, 8. 8. Parker, N. L. Proctor, Wilber J. Evans, H. 
P. Wbeatley, John P. Bennett, W. H. W. CJolony, F. 
P. Fletcher, John Waldron, N.L. Parker, A. Garland, F. B. Foss, Asa 
A. Hall, J. E. Hayes. 

Churches— Cong., S. H. Goodwin ; F. Bap., J. S. Ilarrin^n; Adv. 
Elder Sherman. 

Exp. Ag*t— American, G. I. White. 

Hotels— Central Honse, B. S. Gray; Wilson House, E. H Fenno; 
Btraffurd House. 

Lawyers— S. S. Parker. A. H. Wigein. 

Banas— Farmington Nat., J. H. Barker, pres.; J. B. Edgerly, cash. 
Farmington Savings, 0. W. Tapley, treas. 

Literary Institution— High School, H. S. Roberts, prin.; grammar 
school, Li2zle M. Wood, prin. Public Library, H. 8. Davis, lib. 

Livery Stables— F. E. French, F. M. Home, I. A. Home, E. 8. 
Gray. 

Societies— Carleton Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Fra- 
temalLodge. Columi'ian Chapter, A. F. & A.'M.; Fraternal Chap- 
ter, O. H. 8.; Woodbine Lodge, Mad River Encampment, I. O. O. F.; 
MinnehHha Rebekah Lodge; Cocheco Lo<'ge. A. O. V. W.; Henry 
Wilson Colony, U. O. P. F.; Henry Wilson Grange, P. of H.; Har- 
mony Lodge, E. of P.; Security Lodge, E. of H. 

Manufil'cturers— Blacksmiths, A. L. Leavitt, W. M. Foss, G. T. 
Works, J. D. Otis; boots and shoe8,Wallace,Blliot A Co., J. Cloutman, F. 
Edgerly & Co.; carriages,B. F. Perkins, J. W. IIam,J. D. Otis ;Iasts, L. 
8. Flanders A Sou; shoe patterns, A. W. Flanders; lumber, C. W. Jen- 
ness, A. A. Hall, F. £. Mooney; harnesses, A. 8. Waldron, H. 0. 
Goodwin ; machinists, C. W. Marston ; meal and feed, H. W. Rob- 
•rts, M. W. Small; builders, Frank Copp, 8. P. Knox, A. A. Hall; 
heels, J. K. Hayes, W. I. Nutter, C. H. Berry, U. S. Wiggin ; gran- 
ite works, J. T. Pride & Son. 

Merchants— GrocerH,J.F.Hall,E.T.Willson,M.W.Snia1l,D.E.Edg«'rly; 
baker, E. C. Hayes; hurdware, paints and oils, E. T. Willson: boots 
and shoes, L. L. Piukham, A. E. Putnam; dry goods, E. D. Roberts, 
8. A. Leavett & Co.; clothine, J. P. Bennet: gen. store. 
J. H. Barker A Co., £. L. Wedgwood; clocks, watches and 
Jewelry, J. F. Safford & Son; drugs and medicines, Wilber 
J. Evans, W. W. Bobertp, J. C. Parker, T. K. Bruce; 
coal and wood, P. Pearl, F. B. Mooney; furniture and carpets, G. A. 
Jones A Co., H. 0. Mooney; millinery, Mrs. L. A. Small, Mrs. R. 8. 
York, M. A. Waldron A Co., Miss Ella Roberts ; fruit and confec- 
tionery, R, A. Ferret tl, W. W. Saunders; ice, F. L. Johnson ; print- 
ers, FHrmington News Co., C. II. Pitman: photographer. A. W. 
Shackford A Son ; provisions, J. R. Eelley, E. J. Gerrish, Wiggin & 
Cunier, stoves and tinware, W. F. Thayer. 

Physicians— H. P. Wheatly, John Young, J. 8. Parker, J. C. 
Parker, J. 8. Elkins, P. B. Young, T. E. Brace, P. H. Greely; den- 
tist, A.Garland. 
Tel. Ag't— Budd Johnson. 
Public Telephone— Boston A Northern, at Parker's Drag Store. 

Feroald'e— CarroU Co. R. R. station in town of Wolfeboro. 
Poetoffiee called Wolfeboro Centre. 



PORTER SCREENS are Standard in Quality. F<«. 
sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. CJo. 



BUSIHESS DIREOTOBT. 



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FITZWILLI AM, CHESUIRR-Vov. 1,122. 8. W. fr. C. 54 m; & 

B. ft. Ke«ne, 18 m. R. R. 5.— Fitzwilliam depot, IJ^m., »nd StftM 
Line on Cheshire R. R. 

OFFICERS— CSer*, J. H Firmln; Trmt.. Ohai. L. Ilaskell ; BeUet^ 
wen, H. C. Tenney, C. II. PhilUps, B. M. Thompeon; Board of JSdmr 
cation, 8. W. Earle, C. D. Blgelow, G. H. Nickereon; Board of Health, 
J. B. Harvey, M. D., H. W. James, M. D.; A. J. Blake. 

Postmaster^P. 8. Uatcbeller; StaU Line, Mrs. Wilder. 

Justices— A. J. Bliikc. C B, Perry, S. Kendall. P. 8. Batcholler, K. N. 
Bowen, Stephen Batcbi-ller, H. C. White, B. M. Thompson, H. C. 
Tenney, B.F. Curamlngs.C P. Bosworth, W. F. Perry, J. H. Firmln. 

Churches— Uap.fG. K. Nickerson; Cong., A. W. Howes. 

Hotels— Fitzwilliam and Cbeahire.O. K. Wheelock; Sip Pood Honae, 
J. Lee; L;iurel Lake House, G. E. Dodge. . 

Ins. Ag'tS— Life and fire. A. J. Blake; fire, Stephen Batcheller. 

Lawyer— Amos J. Blake. 

Livery Stables— 0. K. Wheelock, Fred Wilkins. 

Sociefies-Fitzwilliam Grange, P. of H.; Nait Head Post. G. A.B.; 
Woman's Relief Corps. 

Manufacturers— blacksmiths, J. E. Bemis, P. Whitcomb; 1am- 
ber, 8. 8. Stone, G. A. Dunton; grist and saw mill, 8. S. Stone; 

granite cutters, D. B. IIu> den A Co., J. E. Fisber; tinware, B. F. 
ummiugs. 

Merchants— J. M. Parker & Co., P. 8. A 8. Batcheller. 

Physician— G. S. Emerson. 

Public Telephones— O. K. Wheelock; Depot, S. Barney. 

Depot— Postmaster— H. C. White. 

Church— Meth., W. T. Boultenhouse. 

Exp. A Tel. Ag't— J. M. Derby. 

Ins. Ag't— C. B. Perry. 

lilverv Stable- F. D. Uolman 

Merchants— Berries and general merchandise, H. C. White, S. 
Barney. ^^ 

Manufacturers — Blacksmith, Dunn A Booth ; boxes, E. L. Stone; 
chairs, E. N. Bowen A Co. ; granite, D. H. Reed, R. L. Angler, D. 

B. Rosazza A Co., Frank Wilson, E. M. Thompson; liAnber, Henry 
Howe, E. L. Stone. 

I^lnine House— Grafton Co. In town of Lincoln. Stage from 
North Woodstock. See Lincoln. 
I'oniidry— Strafford Co. R. B. station in city of Somersworth.. 
FRANCESTOWN, HILLSBOROUGH— Vop. 837. 8. W. fr 

C. 25 m ; W. from Manchester 23 m ; N. W. from Nashua, 23 m. M. 
R. &— Greenfield, on Peterboro R. R. 4^ miles, stage twice a day; 
leaves at 7 a. m. and 2.30 p. m., arrives at 11.45 a. m. and Q.HS p. m. 

OFFICERS— CVerA:, Jas. T. Woodbury; !ZVea»., G. E. Downes; tielect- 
wen, John Morse, Martin Colbum, L. M. Blxby; Board of Ed- 
ucatiffn. G. K. Wood,G. R. Smith. Annie Clark; Board of Health, B. 

D. Stevens, E. H. Patch, S. E. Stevens. 
Postmaster— M. L. Colbum. 

Justices— S. D. Downs, Q. W. Cummings, A. H. Bixby, J. T. Wood 
bury, Hirsm Patch, D. R. Henderson. 
Banks — Francestown Savings, S. D. Downes, treas. 
Churches— Cong., H. 8. Ives; Indep., W. Place. 
Exp. Agent — Ed Bryant. 
Ins. Agfe. - 8. D. Downes, G. W. Cummings. 
Hotels and Livery Stables— Goss' Hetel, N. W. Goss. 



DR. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTER, in any fam- 
fly is worth its weight in gold. S. A. Dow, prop. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 99 

Literary Institution — Fraocestown Academy, Janiee H. Johnson, 
prin. Town Librarv, 2400 volumei. 

Societies—Oak Hill Grange. P. of H.: I'aciflc Lodge, A. F. & A. M. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, G. D. Epps, F. C. Whfta- 
ken bofld«»r8, J. H. Whitfield, E. W. Colburn, H. P. Downes: jewel- 
«r, B. F. Roper; hamessmnker. S. B. Tfodge; painters and paper 
iMmgew, Geo. Avery, D. 8. Henderson, Ed. Vose; plumber and tin- 
nnith. Q. M. Huntington; nurse Mrs. Carrie Shattuck; dressmak- 
ers, B. F. Hardy, A. Follansbee. M, Sleeper; barber, W. R. .Jones. 

Merchants — Amasa Downs, C. B. Gale; auctioneer, S. B. Hodge ; 
inilliner.Y, Altbea Colburn. 

Manufacturers— Flour and meal, G. Sargent, kits, pails, 
*c„ H. P. Clark & Son; lumber, Harvey 

Nichols, G. Sargent; shingles, George Sargent, 

■oapatone, Francestown soapstone quarry, N. T. Wheelock, ag't; 
Charles Williams, Union Soapstone Company, G. W. Cummings, 
Chaa. H. Bums, P. L. Clark, directors. 

Physicians— Homeo., T. ^. Fisher, B. B. Stevens. ' 

FRANCONIA, ORAFTOy—Vop.bH. N. fr. C. 86 m; N. E. 
fir. Haverhill. 34 m. R. R. 6'.— Littleton, on B. A M. R. R.. White Mt. 
Div. Dnilv stage. 

OFFICERS — C7«-* Geo. H. Burt; Treitts., W. F. Parker, SeUct- 
w«n, Osmon Parker, E. E. Bowles, W. A. Brooks; Board of Education^ 
Henry H. Clark, C.E. Whipple, E. E. Bowles; Board of Healthy 
H. L. Johnson, E. E. Bowles. W. A. Brooks. 

Postmasters— H. R. Priest; Profile House, C. H. Greenleaf. 

Justices— W. F. Parker, H. H. Clark, G. H. Burt. C. H. Green- 
leaf. 

€hurches—Advent, B. Glaizer, Cong., T. C. Craig; F. Bap., F. P. 
Wormewood. 

Hotels — Profile House, Taft k Greenleaf; Mountain View House, 
Mrs. H. Knight; La Fayette House, Albert Richardson; Franconia 
Honse, H. Harriman; Forest Hills Hotel, J. W. Dudley k Co.; Mt. 
Jackson Honse, Alvln Grimes; Elmwood House, C. C. Smith, p. o. ad. 
Littleton ; Bald Mountain House, James Quimby; Spooner Farm 
Houie, Henry Spooner; Phillips House, W. B. Phillips; Spooner Hill 
House, W. S. Spooner. 

Literary Institution— Dow Academy, F. W. Ernest, prin. Free 

Pnhllc Library. 

Society —Lafayette Grange. P. of H. 

Manuacturers— Bobbins, W. A. Brooks k Co.; boots and shoe!*, 
L. M. Aldrich ; harnesses, L M. Aldrich ; lumber, W. A. Brooks k. 
Co.; 8hingle<<, J. M. Smith; carriages, G. N. M. Bean; creamery, Lis- 
bon ^Creamery; grist mill, Arthur Bowles. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, A. Smalley, J. Riley Streeter, C. H. 
Corey ; carpenters. Ivory Glovier, Hibbard Bowles, Dexter Woods, R. 
C. Bean, C. B. Bowles. C. A. Peabody; masons, W. H. Aulis, Elmore 
Whipple; painters, Wilbur Nute, C. B. Whipple, Ira Whipple, John 
Knight. 

Merchants— A. E. Berwick, H. R. Priest, W. F. Parker, L. B. 
Howard; millinery, W. E. Bowles; variety store, Caleb Huntoon; 
weist, W. H. Welsman; meat, F E. Aldrich, H. H. Young. 

Physicians— J. A. Horris, H. L. Johnson; yete^i^ary, C. F, 



BRODBECK CANVAS CANOES. Send for 

list. . F. BRODBECK, W. Rox. Dist., BosTOR^ 

Tod BUSINESS DIRBCTORY. ~ 

FRAJtfKLIlir, MERRIMACK— ?op. 6.136. N.fr.O. 18 m. JtI 
E. &~FrHnkUn. on Ooncord DiTision, B. A M. R. R. Fjranklia Falla* 
on Franklin A Tllton R. R. 

OFFICKRS—Jfiyor.C.W. Adams; Cbi«c«m«n, Ward 1, R. G. 
BurlelRh, J. D. Kfrk, J. L ColllnB; Ward 2, A. W. Sulloway, W. ■. 
Carr, J. K. Judking; Ward 8, 0. F. Emerson, £. D. Kelley, P. C. 4 
Hancock; CUrk, I. V. Goss; SnlicUor, E. G. Leach; 2Vea«., FzHnk 1 
Proctor; Ataettont. A. J. Thurston. Alexis Proctor, Walter Burleigli* 1 
Overit««r Ji.J. ThurBton; City Marthal, 8. H. Bobie; Board qf ] 
Health, J. W. Dresser, J. K. Galnett, L. G. Atwood. i 

Postmaster— Walter U.Stewart. \ 

Justices— B.Q. Leach, R. W. Bennett, F. N. Parsons^ O. R. Stone, J 
Alexis Proctor, B. B. S. Sanborn, B. 0. Stone, W. D. 'Hardy, F. H. ' 
Daniel, 8. H. Robie, 0. A. Towne, J. H. Rowell, Frank Proctor, D 8. i 
Oilechrist, 8. F. Danforth, H. F Giles, H. K. Smith, J. K. Judkfns, j 
Walter Burleigh, Eugene Daniel, John Kirk, BoUin Davis, Harrj i 
Gilchrist, Isaac Blodgett, Jas. Barnard, Chas. Emerson, Rufas £. t 
Brno, F. E. Elder, Irying V. Gois, Barron Shirley, S. P. Thompson, 
A. J. Thurston. 

Churches— Ohris., L. W. Phillips; Gong., J. H. Bliss. 

Exp. Agent— 0. N. Emerson. 

Hotels— Webster House. Mrs. 0. B. Davis. 

insurance Ag'ts— James B. Barnard, Geo. R. Stone, B. B. Bekn. 

Lawyers— I. N. Blodgett, James B. Barnard, G. B. Stone. F. N. 
Parsons, R. W. ISennett. 

Livery Stables— George Moore, D. P.Fifleld. 
*- Manufacturers- Blacksmiths, G. B. Olifford, J. B. Galley, Golby Jk 
Huntoon; binders, R. E. Bean & Co.; foundry, B. T. Taylor; granite 
worker, Simonds Bro8.,Peter Dana; hats and caps, W. J. Fortier ; Imn- 
ber, Amos 8. Ripley, Emery & Bowe; knitting machines. Mayo 
Knitting Machine Co.; marble workers, Oummings Bros.; needles, 
Frankliu Needle Co.; tinware and stoves, J. H. Qreyshan; trusses, 
N. Wilton ; wagons, carriages and sleighs, J. W. B. Clement; "vrcod 
workers and Jobbers, Judkins Bros., N. J. Putney. * m 

Merchants— J. D. Kirk, D. S. Gilchrist, G. 8. Morey, L. G. Atwood, ' 
C. W. Coggswell A Co.; boots and shoes, D. S.Gilchrist; electric sup- 
plies, H. W. Burleigh; coal and ice, B. M. Prescott, Huntoon Bros., 
Colby A Ripley ; fish, meats and provisions, E. French ; confection- 
ery, C. 8. Morey ; drugs and medicines, W. M. Woodward. F. H. Chap- 
man A Co.; fish, F. 8. Kimball ; grain and feed, Johnson k Son; 
hardware, John D. Kirk; harnesses, E. A. Pike; Jewelry, Alonso 
Meeser; millinery, S. M. Piercy, Emily Fortier; barbers, G.H. fiol- 
den, W, Ppinney. 

Physicians— B. T. Drake, J. Sarah Barney; dentist, Geo. A. Grace. 

Tei. Ag't— F. A. Eastman. 

Public Telephone— At postoffice. 

Falls— Postmaster— Frank H. Daniell. 

Collector— R. E. Davis. 

Banks— Franklin National; Franklin Savings, Alexis Proctor, 
treas. 

Churches— C. Bap., Daniel 8. JenkH ; F. Bap., G. E. Lowell ; Meth. 
Thomas Wliiteside, R. Cath., Andrew J. Timon ; Unit„ B. S. Elder- 
Bpis.J. D. Gilliland. 

Eatrng Houses— Laura A. Kendall, A. B. Cooley, 8. B. Pelkey, W. 
I. Stevens. 

Hotels — Young's Hotel, Robert Young, Kennedy's Hotel, P L. 
Kennedy; Oooley Souse, Mrs. A, P. Cooley. 



^^,^1^- - 2 -^ ^^n^- - Water and Ginger ChampagDe, 
Equinox E,uln^oxgprin,^Co..F.H.Orvfa. 

BUSOnUSS DIBECTOBT. 101 

Ins. Afl'ts—B. E. Bean, B. G. Leacb, Sumner Marrin. 
Real f»UiiB—0. A. Towne. 

Lawyers— B. B. S. Sanborn, E. Q. Leacb, Barron Shirley, F. B. 
Blder. 

Livery and Sale Stables— Jas. Ck>nnor, Cameron Sfssons ; W. B. 
Carr. 

Societies— Meridian Lodge, St. Omer Cbapter, A. F. A A. M.; Io- 
nic Chapter, O. E. S.; Merrimack Lodge. Webster Encampment, 
Canton Franklin, I. O. O. F.; Colfax Ilebekab Lodge; St. Andrew's 
Lodge, K. of P.; Pemtgewasset Colony, U. O. P. P.; Winnipiseogee 
Lodge, A. O. U. W.;*Monnomake Tribe. I. O. R. M.; Keoka Council. 
D. of P.; Franklin Lodge, I. O. G. T.; Geo. F. Sweat Pi>8t, (f. A. k,; 
Woman's Relief Corps; Cbas. B. Woodford Cimp, S. of V.; Ptoept'ct 
Commanderv, U. O. G. C; Franklin Grange. P. of H.; HannHljJyus- 
tin Council; iD. of L.; Walter Aiken Council, U. O. A. M.; Court 
Ponbakin, I. O. F. - ^ 

Manufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, T.'^Ely, 
A. McDonnell. W. F. Atkins; bakers, Lemire A Doyle, Loifls Cross- 
ley, J. G. Morin ; contractors and builders, A. W. Page; ^^. S. 
Knox, Chapman ft Hanson, C. Babbitt; carriagesmith, A.^^i^-^st- 
man ; wheelwright, J. B. Tattle ; com, meal and feed, ^^ ^^of' 
kett, L. N. Johnson; dressgoods and flannels, Frankliu 'MjIIs; 
hosiery, Sniloway Mills, Walter Aiken ; job printers, Towne & Robie, 
T.O. Calley, B. B. Famsworth ; lumber, H. F. Giles, L. D. Sreeper 4 
Co., A. C. Tilton, A. S. Ripley; machinery, Kidder Macbio4'Co., 
Walter Aiken Sons ; Jason Kidder ; machinist, Jason ^Kidder ; 
newspaper, Winnipis^gee Paper Co. ; laundries, W. G. W^s-. e^um 
Gee; sash, doors and blinds, L. D. Sleeper A Co., G. F. Trescott, 
A. 0. Tilton; hack saws and rug machines, G. W. Griffii;i &' jCo.; 
hardware and stuTes,JudkinsAWallace.H.A.Currier:plumbers/Jiidkins 
A Wallace, J. E. Galnett L. J. Cherrier: photographers, Hunt & 
Thurston, A. C. Sanderson ; wood pulp, Winnipiseogee Paper Co. ; 
ondertakers, C. G. Paige. H. L. Toung, Blood & Cunningham .-^b&k-bers, 
Frank Bergeron, Frank sevegne, C. P. Kelley, C. W. Pifee, Frank 
Brodenr; tailors. F. X. DeBilley, Gus Peterson; cigars, W^XJ^eat- 
ing; paper boxes, Franklin Box Co., Dexter Sanborn, prop^ r,, ,^ 

Merchants — R. G. Burleigh, G. W. Sawyer, Peter 3^agAn, 
Shepard Bros., A. Morrison ; books and stationery, 
W. S. Stewart & Co. ; boots and shoes, F. A. Rops, F. H. Marbt); Ji^mes 
Dnffy, Hector Morin, Thomas Carver, Shepard Bros. ; clotbing and 
gents* furnishing goods, R.M. Davis, F. A. Ross, W. H. Nels'^n, Boston 
Clothing Co., N. H. Clothing Co.; confectionery, A. Franchil^W. S. 
Stewart A Co., C. E. NCyes, Sumner Marvin, Shepard Brcs': ; drugs 
and medicines. F. H. Chapman A Co., Roche Perreault, Qeosxe R. 
Kempl A Co., F. Holman Grey & Co., W. M. Woodward ^Cd.. f dry 
goods, Morrison Bros., J. L.Emerson A Co., Geo. D. Mowe AjCo-, P* 
H. Gerry; ele<-trical supplies, Derby & Morse; fruit, A. FraF<^hl, D. 
Margie A Co. ; fish and oysters, M.G. Carleton, J. H. McKeHgli &^ Son; 
fnmitnre, C. C. Paige, H. L. Toung, Blood A Cunningham; grocfries,G. 
W. Sawyer, James Keating A Son, J. 0. Painchaud, E. Fug^re & Bro., 
Shepard Bros., Peter Gahagan, Asa Monison, Calix Mot in, S. Mar- 
tin; hardware, R. G. Burleigh; harnesses, G. 0. Thompson; jew- 
elry, G. G. Fellows, J.W.Russell, W. J. Eddv; meat, J. H. Mc- 
Keafl^ A Son, T. 0. vlger, M. G. Carleton ; millinery, M. P. Gil- 
christ, F. H.Gerry, Morrison Bros., Mrs. L. V. Sleeper; newsdeal- 
ers, W. S. Stewart A Co., C. E. Noyes; paints, oils and paper, C Pen- 



GUII«D*8 Green ICounUln Kidney Cure, bett remedy on esftt' 
for kidney troabte. Send for practical treatiae on the kidn^yt,. " 
to J. H. GUI1;D« M. D.« Rnpert, Vt 

103 BU8INS8S DIBEOTOBT. 

nimao A Co.: Mwing mmohloM. H. L. Toang, John D. Cameron; 
wood and coal, A. C. Tllton, 8. Marrin, F. M. Edmanda; taaa and 
coffeen. Eaterprlie Tea Co.; dgare and tobacco, W. J. Keating, Page 
t PelleriQ. 

Physicianf— J. H. Banbom, J. W. SUpIea, F. B. Dame, J. F. Mer- 
rill, 8. W. Jonpi, Roche Perreanlt; bomeo., C. W. Adaoii; dentists, 
F. Emerson, C. P. Webster, J. D. Barley ; Teterfnaries, L. K. Tattle . 

A. C. Dlonne. 

Public Telephones— K. B. Teleobone Co., Myrtle Canningham; 
Citizens Telepnone Co.. Lena Leavitt. 
Telegraph Agt.— H. K. Smith. 

dlf ««' Mills— Mall to Franklin Falls. B. R. station Franklin, 
8- relies. No oonveyanee. 

"Mechanics— Sorveyor. A. W. Jones; masons. Sargent & Sons. 

Mfthuficturers— Lumber, H. F. Giles; steam laundry, W. O. Dan- 
iels: cider, Sanrant k Sons; wood cases, H. F. Giles. 

Merchant— H. B. Sanborn. 

FREEDOBI, CARROLL— Vop. 666. N. B. ft. C. 70 m ; N. B. ft- 

Osafpee, 12 m. R. R. A— Ossipee Center, 8 m., on B. A M. B. B.; Bald- 
wki*I$tfpot, 13m. on P. ft 0. B. R. 

0FFJf5KR&— Oer*, O. P. Danforth; SeUeimen, G. W. Lougee,'W.I. 
M^ses, Wm. Watson: Board of Edt4eation,B, O. Hnokins, B. T. Mei^ 
ro*ir W. A. Bennett; Board cf Health, k, D. Morrow, M. D., Fred 
Hrntfif^, J. M. Parsons, p o ad Effingham Falls. 

Postmaster— Lillian B. Merrow. 

Justites— G. I. Phil brick, Stephen Danforth, A. P. Merrow. 

Bailks— Ossipee Valley Ten Cts. Savings, Stephen J. Keneson, pres., 

B. I. To>trle, treas ; O. I. Philbrlck, asst. treas. 

Churches— Chris., H. G. Hardway; Free Church, A. W. Hobbs. 

Exp.'Ag'tS— C. P. Danforth, F. O. Bradbury, Boynton. 

Societies— Prospect Lodge, L O. O. F.; Sunset Rel>ekah Lodge; 
Carroll Lodge. A. F. & A. H.; Calvin Topllff Chapter, O. B. S4 Free- 
dont Orange, p. of H. 

Manu^cturers— Blacksmiths, E, L. Mills, A, G. Fowler, 8. W. Fow- 
letf A« JX Sargent; wheelwright, N.Meserve; builders, Alanson Allard, 
Joaaa Farnsworth; chairs ai\^ bobbins, Ac, C. A 0. Parsons; tannery» 
Fripc^ Tanning Co.; clothing, E.L Towle k Co., 0. B. Drake, S. 
Danforth & Son, R. Q, Foster, G. F. Huckins. 

Mercil^ants — E. I. Towle & Co., F. 0. Ferren ; boots and shoes, G. 
F. Huckins. C. H. Beach; drugs, E. T. Merrow, Dr. G. W. Loagee; 
millinery, Mrs. J, 0. Ferren. Mrs. C. P. Danforth; undertaker, D. 
P. Cuti^Qg; dressmaker. Nellie Wormwood. 

Physicians— A. D. Merrow, Geo. W. Longee, Alonzo Towle, A. V. 

niESlOIfT, ROCKINOHAM—Vov. 726. 8. B. from C. 30 m • 
W.titljcgter, 10 m. iZ.lSjS.— Fremont, on W.N. & B. B. R Daily stage; 

0FFtCBRS—(7i(erA;, Eugene D. Sanborn; Treoi.^ W. H. Gibson; 
Selectmen, A. F. Sanborn, G. W. Robie, W. H. Lyford; Board qf Ed- 
wation, S. A. Frost. G. W. Niohols, W. J. Maloy; Board of HMtith, J. 
F. Lyford. p o ad Brentwood Corner; Harrison B. Ellis; A. T. Smith, 
p o ad West Brentwood. 

Postmaster— J. D. Fullenton. 

Justices— G. F. Beede, JotfephB. Sanborn, 0.|W. Follett, C, A. Qova 
4. F. Sanborn, D, C. Hooka, Andrew Prowa. 



TRtJAX EHEUMATIC CURE will enable you to 
sleep well nights. 

BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 103 

PtlblfC Library— M(irv E. SpanldinK, lib. 

( Churches— F. w, Bh^., — ^— ; Meth., Irad Taggart. 

,, Hot fit — Trno tlouse, Warren Tme, proif. 
Uvery Stable— u, W. BnU. 
Ins, An' ts— P. C. Rnbinsofi, A. J. Bmwu. 
SU. AgH— W. J. MftM. 
Society— Fremont Grunge, P. of II. 

Manuiacturers— BIcickamlEba, ,l, Wp trtJiicb^HillsIde Creamery, Mrs* 
G.W, N trliulHi, manager ; liij^ib^rf Brdnrn'm Mlll^tMt Brown, J. A. Robin - 
to-a: giirtfimitb, .Viidrew Brown; mttcbsuJ^t, J. A» Robinson; staVes 
an*i tljM..k,. >j..Hh]rtmg Wallade £ Front. 

Merchahts^GrocerieSt Jeremiah Benfield, T. B. Smith A C04, 
H. A. Gooke, J. P. Bassett, S. D. FuUenton; meat and fish, 6. A. 
Glement: grain, J. P. Bassett; barbers. E. J. Gagnon, Fred Sanborn. 

Gardner's Grove— Belknap Co. R R. station in town of 
Belmont. 

Gaasa — ^Belknap Co. In town of Sanbomton. Nearest B. R 
station Tilton. See Sanbomton. 

Georare*0— Coos Co. B. B. station in town of Coltimbia. Post- 
oflBce called South Columbia. See Columbia. 

Georore's IVIIlls— Sullivan Co. In town of Snnapee which is 
nearest B. R. station. Steamer ftom Lake Sunapee in summer. 
GUes' lllillft— See Franklin. 

GII^FORD, BELKNAP— Vop. 600 estimated. N. E. from C. 31 
m; N. E. fi-om Laconia, 4 ra. S. R. «Sf.— Gilford, and other stations 
on Lake Shore B. R. 

OFFICERS— C^er*, H. A. Jones; 7V«o«trer, G. W. Morrill; Over- 
utTy G. A. Copp; iSeI«c^«n, J. B. Morrill, C. W. Rollins, W. H. 
Weeks; Board of Education, H. A. Jewett, C. 0. Copp, A. B. 
Sawyer; Supervisors, L. C. Grant, C. P. Morrill; Board of HealVi, 
W. B. Marston; Chas. W. B. Davis, p o ad Lakeport; Jobn Rollins, 
p o ad West Alton. 
Postmasters— S. B. Jones : Sanders, J. B. Sanders. 
Justices— 8. L. Goss, H. A. Jones .Thomas Hunt, Chas. Sleeper, 
A. M. Coggswell, John Home, J. S. Wilson. 
Churches— F. Bap., J. G. Munsey; Me^h., C. H. Fisher. 
Societies— Moimt Belknap Grange, P. of H.; Gunstock Lodge, I. 
0. G. T. 
Manufacturers— Lumber, D Colby G. A. Copp. 
Merchant*— Groceries, H. A. Jones, J. G. Wadley. 
Mechanics— Blacksmiths, C. H. Gove, J. M. Blaisdell. 
GIIiM ANTON, BELKNAP— Pop. 1,211. N. E. ft. C. 18 m; S 
b. Laconia, 8 m. E. R. &— Belmont, 10 m., on C. & M. B. R. From 
Lower Gilmanton to Pittsfield 6 m., on Suncook Tal. R. R. Daily, 
stage to eaph. Two stages daily from Gilmanton to Belmont. 

C'^^'^Tl^— CTer*, W. S. Shannon; Treas., Henry Hurd; St- 
led ,,., V.?, P.Sanderson, C. D. Weare, Albert W. Hill; Board 
•/ Mu^^alu-m, Haven F. Gilman, F. N. Merrill, Lillian M Evelette; 
BoaTfiiifHtaUh, G. H. Brown, M.D.; Harlan Page, Iron Works; 
Q. F. Kt lley, Lovfer. 
pQ$lrn is tress — Helen Bean; Lower, Joseph Brown. 
J UiUces-'Thomas Cogswell, Orrin Folsom, Wm. H. Wright, C. 
A. IkKkhiiiD.G.W. Sanborn, Joseph Brown, W. S. P. Sanderson, S. 
A. Taylor, Leroy Pease, Geo. Parsons, W. J. Edgerly. 



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Porter*8 Window and Door Screens are the Beat 
For sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mf£^. Co 

104 BU8INB8S DIBBOTORT. 

Churches— Gong., L. C. Graves; Meth^ Wm. Maywood; FtiendM^ N. 
P. McMurphy; Lower, Bap., De Normandle. 

Literary Institution— Oilman ton Academy, Mias Colby* prin. 

Societies— HighlaDd Lodgre. I. O. O. F.; OryatalLake Qruige, P. 
of H.; Star of Hope Lodge, 1. O. G. T. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmith!, B. L. MndgeU, W. 0. Lamprey; 
carpenters, 0. W. Dow. 0. U. Morrison ; clothci driers, A. A. 
Jones; lumber, J. H. Weeks: butter, Gilmanton Creamery Co. 

Merchants— Edgar F. Hall, Helen Bean; I.oioer, Joseph Brown; 
drags and medicines, O. H. Brown. 

Physician— Geo. H. Brown. 

Public Telephone— Helen Bean; Iron Wbrk», 0. A. Hatch. 

Iron Works— A. R. iS.— Alton, 6 m., on DoTsr k Winnipiseo- 
gee R. R. Two daily stages. 

Postmaster— W. J. Bdgerly. 

Churches— Cong., B. T. Hard ; F. Ban., J. C Tobsy. 

Hotel— Central House, G. J. Knight; Rivsrsids Cottage, W. J. Sd^ 
erly. 

Lawyers— Cogswell St Blackstone. 

Livery Stable— W. J. Bdgerly. 

Manunicturers— Builders, N. B. Jones, Frank Blkins; 
carriages, G. F. Hutcbinson.B. J. Lord ; flour and grain, Daofbrth 
Cook, J. Connell A Co.; lumber, Danfortb Cook, Hntosy ft Lord; 
plowd and cultivators, J. P. Hussoy; rubber stamps, W. H. S. Hatch; 
shoes, Wm. Smith St Co.; soap and fertilizers, Granite State Soap ft 
Fertilizer Co. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, J. W. Marsh, B. L. Smith ; carpenters, 
N. B.Jones. C. F. Gilman, John Foss, Frank Blkins; nndertakor, B. 
J.Lord; painters, A. F. Page, Chas. A. Jewett. 

Merchants— C. A. Dockham, John Connell ft Co., J. H. ft B. Cook, 
W. J. Edgerly ; drugs and medicines, C. A. Dockham; meat, H. 
F. Gilman; poultry, G. E. Shannon. 

Physician— S. A. Taylor. 

eiliSlJM, CHESHIRE— Vop. 643. S. W. fr. C. 60 m; N. B. fir. 
Keene 9 m. R. R. S.—Keene, on Cheshire R. R. Dally stage. 

OFFICERS— e^-A;, tl. E. Adams: Trea*., Herbert B. Adams ; Se- 
lectmen, F. Grain. P. B. French, O, J. Wllleon; Board of EducatioHt 
H. E. Adums, O. J. Wilson, Wm. A. Wilder, p o ad Keene; Board 
of Health, L. W. F.Mark, Samuel Kingsbury, I. A. Lovelend, M. D. 

Postmaster— L A. Loveland. 

Justices— F. A. Howard, D. W. Bill, I. A. Loveland, 0. J. Wil- 
son. 

Church— Cong.. L. E. Perry. 

Hotel — Ashuelot House, M. F. Buckminster. 

Library— Town public library. 

Livery Stable— O. H. McCoy. 

Societies— Gilsum Orange, P. of H.; Social Commandery, U. O. G. 
C; Columbia Council. U. 0. A, M. 

Manulkcturers— Lumber, S. W. Dart, Q. B. Nash; shingles, 8. W. 
I>art ; worsteds, Gilsum Woolen MTg Co.; trays and wooden Fare, 
D. W. Bill, G. H. McCoy : mop beads, 6. W. Taylor. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, L. R. Guillow, W. H. Bates; carpenters, 
Allen Uayward, J. J. Isham ; barber, R. S. Bliss. 

Merchants— J. A. Smith, W. Hamlin, Geo. H Leach. 

Physicians— K. D. Webster, I. A. Loveland. 

Public Telephones— J. A. Smith, G. E. Newman. 



QUIIJ>*8 GREEN MOUNTAIN KIDNEY CURB. 
Bee other margiDs. 

BNSINB88 DIBECrOBT. 105 

G1«ii— Ourroll Go. B. B. station in town of Bartlett. See Bart' 
lett. 

GleBclifr--Orafton Go. B. B. station in town of Warren. 
Boetofftoe called Warren Summit. • 

CSIemdale—Belknap Go. B. B. station in town of Gilford. 

G^fff ■ Falls— Hillsborough Go. R. B. station in city of Man- 
chester. See Manchester. 

CM^FFSTOWH, BILLSBOROUGH'-Pop. 1,981. S. W. fr. G. 16 
m ; N. W. fr. Manchester 8^ m. B. R. iS.— Goffatown, on Manchester 
and North Weare B. B.: Grasmere, 3 m., and Parker's l^^m. 

OFFIGBBS— CferJb, Frank Johnson ; 2Ve(U., Ghas. F. White; 8eUct- 
msn, Charles Morgrage, R. L. Shiriey, G. H. Martin; Board of Ed- 
eeohkm, Geo. Pattee, G. L. Eaton, G. P. Hadley; Board of HeaUh, 
nrank Blaisdell, M.D., G. F. George, M. D., E.B. Swett, M. D. 
'Postmasters— Bobinson Brown; Grasmere, B. F. Greer. 
JusUees-^. M. Parker, G. F. Farley, T. R. Hoyt, 0. P. Hadley, 
Samoel Upton, O. W. Golby, S. D. Jobnson, E. G. Shirley, BenJ. F. 
Grser, Ghas. Morgrage, Henry Moore, Frank Blaisdell, G. F. George. 
0. F. Somnsr, Edwin Flanders, Gilman Woodbury, D. G. Roberts, £, 
A. Blaisdell, F. Johnson, Bobinson Brown, A. M. Carlton, John Hoit, 
W. S. Bowell, Jas. Connor, B. L. Shirley. 

Churches— Bap., Rev. J. A.Bailey; Cong., ReT. H. H. Wentworth; 
Bpis., H. E. Gooke: Metb., C. J- Brown. 

Station Agts.— W. S. Rowell; Barkers, A. B. Brown; Grasmere, 
A. H. George. 
Public Telephone— o. F. Snmner. ^ 
aril Eagineer aed Sarreyor— G. P. Hadle^. 
Hotel— N. H. Gentral, W. J. Carney. 
Insurance Agents— E. A. Blaisdell, G. W. Colby. 
Lawyer — Samuel Upton. 

Uvery Stable— Ghas. G. Barnard, W. J. Carney, W. L Sargent . 
Soeieiies— Uncanoonnc Gmnge, P. of H.; Cnpt. Charles Stinson 
Post, G. A. E.; Woman's Relief Corps; Webster Lodge, I. O. O. F ; 
Mystery Rebekah Lodge; Centre. Junior Grange, P. of H.; S. A. 
Simonds Camp, 8. of V.; Bible Lodge, A. F. A A. M. ; Martha Wash- 
inton Chapter, O. E. S.; Advance Lodge, Grasmere Lodge, E. of P.; 
Washington Lodge, E. of H.; GoflTstown Council, Washington Coun- 
cil. tJ. O. A. M ; Gof&town Lodge, Grasmere Lodge, I. O. G. T.; 
Kaesapetanapus Tribe. I. O. R. M. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, Moore & Campbell, Paul St McFad- 
den, J. W. Root, A. Hill ; builders, Wra. U. Carlton, J. C. Brown, H. 
Hart, G. W. Golby, C. L. Davis, J. F. Vance; 

flenr and meal, Parker Bros., W. Hammond; harnesses, F. S. 
Dearborn ; Inmber, J. W. Story ; mouldings and brackets, Kendall, 
Hsdley & Go. ; paper stock, (MrUer, Excelsior Paper Co.; pat. medi- 
tinet, S. M. Johnson, Otis F. Sumner ; printers, Frank E. 
Pftiga, Herbert Richards; pulp, P. G. Cheney A Co.; sash and blinds, 
Ksodall, Hadley M Co., Alvin Hadley & Co.; scythes rifles and 
boyi' sleds, Brvin Moore; cider and saw mill, O. B. Pierce. 

MerehantS — ^Parker Bros., Poors A Bowen ; auctioneers, J. M. Par- 
ker, A. M. Carlton ; baker, F. B. Mills, clocks and watches, £. P. 
Mcntan;' coffins, A. H. Parken drugs, S.M.Johnson, 0. F. Sum- 
ner; fancy goods, F. E. Paige, B. A. Blaisdell .4 Co.; fish, W. G. 
Birgsat; ice, a G. Barnard ; Inmber, J. M. 4 D. A. Parker, Rodney 
Jobiison, Dodge Sc Eamard, B. k F. Johnson; meat and vegetables. 



T^ ^^m ^Zm^ .^^^ WATER and Ginger Champagne, 

Equinox i3gi°gL"£^y^°" ^^q*^^ 

106 BUSINESS DIBBCTOEY. 

W L. Sargent, J. P. Vance* Co. ; sewing machinee, 0. P. Samnor; 
Btoves and tinware, Rand k Jenks, Goffstown Heating and Lighting 
Co., A. P. Seeton, Manager, wood and coal, G. Q. Barnard, S. W. Good 
win. S. T. Martin. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Barbers, Bell & Brown, C. P. Ferrin; 
painters. Ervin Moore, J. 0. Whipple; paper hangers, C. E. Stow- 
ell Mrs. C. H. Burnard; tailor, Calvin Blchards. 

Physicians— 0. P. George, Prank Blaisdell, B. B. Sweet; yeterinery 

Summer Boardlna Houses— Shirley Hill House, 8. D. Johnson; 
Alpine Cottage, A. M. Carlton. 

Gonlc- Straflord C^o. B. R. station and postofflce in city- of 
Bochester. See Rochester. 

OOBHAM, C008—Vop. 1,710. N. B. fr. 0. 96 m ; S. B. fir. luui- 
caster, 24 m. B. R. SL— Randolph, 6 m ; Glen House, 8 m., on G. T. B. 
& B. & M. R. R. Public oonveyance to all trains. 

OPPICBRS— Cl«r*, J. B. Casey; Treat. S. M. Leavitt ; Selecfynen, 
W. B, Gates. A. H. Twitchell, I. W. Fogm Bocard of EducaUon, Fred- 
erick Ingalls, A. S. Twitchell, Henry Marble; Hood Agent, P. W. 
Burbank: Liquor Agent, M. M. Willis j OafM Wardens, J. J. Flah- 
erty J. M. Heath, A. L. Burbank; Board of HeaUh, B. W. Baird, 

A. W. Hubbard, 0. H. McKeen; Constable^ W. W. Willis ; Dep. Sher- 
iff. 0. G. Hamlin. 

Postmaster-Thomas A. Adams. 

Tel. Agent— B. B. Barker. 

Public Telephone-O. B. Adams. 

Justices— B. M. Wight, A. 8. Twitchell, A. B. Brans, J. P. Libby, 
0. H. Shorey, J. C. Burbank, Thos. Gifford, P. G. Evans, John Flar 
herty, Geo. E. Noyes, Henry Marble. 

Eating Houses— Mrs. A. H. Hayden, Mrs. B. P. Burbank, Mrs. 
W.F.Smith. 

Churches— Cong., Sampson NichoUs; Meth., P. A. Leich; B. Oath., 
J. E. Emerson : Univ., A. Gertrude Earle. 
f Ekd. Ag'ts— C. B. Adams (Canadian ;) A. W. Puller (American.) 

Ins. Ag't— Alfred R. Evans. 

Hotels— Alpine House, G. D. Stratton ; Eagle House, L. L. Jackson; 
Willis House, Q. C. Evans. 

Lawyers— A. 8. Twitchell, A. R. Evans, J. P. LIbbey. 

Livery Stables— Wm. Jewell, C. A. Chandler. 

Societies— John E, Willis Post, G. A. E.; Woman's Belief Corps; 
Glen Lodge, I. O. O. P.; Ideal Rebekah Lodge; Gorham Lodge, A. F. 
& A.M. 

Manufacturers- Blacksmiths, B. D. Eilgore, C. A. Chandler, 

B. D. Kilgore ; boots and shoes, W. Wight, J. Gibson ; contractor and 
builders, J. B. Willey, P. G. Stuart ; coffins and caskets, M. M. Willis; 
lumber, B. Libbey St Sons ; photographs, C. H. Hobbs. 

Merchants— C. G. Hamlin, L G. Lunt, S. M. Leavitt A Son, 
G. B. Clarke & Co,, £. Libby &Sons; com and meal, I. G. Lune. C. G. 
Hamlin, E. Libby & Sons; drugs and medicines, P. W. Noyes, 
Barrett Bros. ; fruit and confectionery, C. B. Adams, J, B. Oasey; 
furniture, M. M. Willis ; hardware, A. W. Fuller, C. E. Tenney; 
Jewelry, Simon Stahl; meat and groceries, B. Libby A Sons, Barr^ 
Bros., — ^ Lunt; millinery and fancy gjods, M. N. Norwood, Mor- 
ton A Green ; coal, Joseph Han, Simon Stahl. 

Physicians— B. M. Wight, W. D. Williamson, Henry Marble* Tete- 
rlnary, M. B. Hatohins. 



A book of "Truthful Testimony'* furnished upon 
application. W. A Truaz & Co., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIRBCTOBT. 107 

Tnlckmen— B. Morse, J. Hall. 
Barbers— P. M. Horgao, S. 8. Bennett. 
Station Agent—Frank White ; P. J. Emery (B. & M.) 
eOSHEN SULLIVAN— ^op. 384. N, W. fr. 0. 40 m; 8. fr. New- 
m>rt 4>^ m. M. J2. &— Newport, 4^ m., Chandlenrille, 6 m., on 0. & 0. 

OFFIGKRS— Cferjfc, Frank Hanson; 2Vea«., L. 8. Chamberlain ; Se>- 
Uetmen^ W. H. Hill, A. F. Nelson, J. 8. Maxfield; Board of Educa- 
tion^ M. G. Gregg, F.P. Jones, H. B. Bnssell; Board cf Healthy F. P. 
Jonee, M. D., O. B. Farr, Jonathan Ingalls. 
Postmasters— Snsan A. Baker, MiU Village^ L. 8. Chamberlain. 
Justices— J. W. Bogers, W. T. Tbissell, J. 8. Smart. 
Churches — Bap., supplied by Chas. Tenne?; Cong., — Hanks. 
Society — Snnapee Mountain Grange, P. of H. 
Manufacturers— Blacksnaiths, Burke Booth, 0. A. Lear, Mill Vxl- 
lage; lumber, J. 0. Bowlby; shingles, E. I. Purington, J. 0. Bowlby, 
H. F. Nelson; miller, J. O.Bowlby; laundry and dye house, O. F. 
Tonng; hamessmaker, H. 8. George; bouse and carriage painter, J. 
J. Bichardson. 

Merchants— L. 8. Chamberlain, L. A. Worden; meat, J. C. Rich- 
ardson. 
Physician— F. P. Jones. 

CUMaTille- Merrimack Co. In town of Chichester. R. R. sta- 
tion named Epsom. See Epsom. 

GRAFVOir, jQRAFTON—Vo^. 817. N. W. fr. C. 40 m; 8.:W. fr 
Fly mouth, 36 m. B. R. R— Grafton k Center, on Northern R. R. 

OFFICERS— derfc, F. W. Barney ; 3Vea«., Horace Barney; SeUci- 
m«i», J. B. Page, Frank Wentworth, B. F. Williams; Board of Ed- 
ifealton, J. B. Smith, Laura Gage, Hattie Bullock; Board of Healthy 
Thomas Hoyt, Warren Robinson, Centre^ Frank Manchester. M. D. 
Postmaster— A. H. Barney ; Center^ Thomas Hoyt. 
Justices— J. B. Walker, Stephen George, J. B. Page, J. E. Martin. 
Church — OenUTy Union, Z. Ford; East^ Edward Frances. 
Hotel — Grafton Inn, B. Fitzgerald; boarding house, Frank Martin. 
Society — Eureka Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, A. L. Young, H. A. Uaskins; Ea»t, 
E. C. Dimond, bobbins, East^ • E. F. Folsom; lum- 

ber, 8. W. Barney, J. E. Martin; shingles. Center, M. H. Kil- 
toD ; Eaat, Eben Gots, Arthur Kimball ; granite, East^ J. J. 
Adams; harnesses, EaU, D. N. Chandler; mica; Center, Summit 
Mining Co.; wool carding, EaM, Thomas Holt; mica. Center, Ruggles 
k Randall. 

Merchants -^ A. H. Barney ; East, E. F. Folsom ; CenUr, E. M. 
HoTt k Co.; drorers, G. G. Little, Edwin L. Sargent. 

Physician — ^Lee Y. Enapp. 
* d^ranflre— €k)08 Co. In town of Lancaster. Stage from Lancas- 
ter. See Lancaster. 

ClniMlte— Carroll Co. In town of Ossipee. Stage from Osipee. 
gee OiBipee. 

((BAirrilAM, aVLLTVAN— Pop. 424. N. W. fr.C. 40ra; N. fr 
Newport, 10 m. R. R. A— Newport 10 m., on C. k C. R. R. Daily 
lUge. Lebanon, 14 m., on Northern R. R. Tri-weekly stage. 

OFFICERS— Oer*, J. Madison Howe; Treas,, F. W. Leavltt; SeUct- 
iics, W. H. Howard, Perley Walker, M. V. B. Hastings; Board q/ 



5fv« Freight byordering Porter Sor««n« shipped 

direct from the Faotory. For sale by all Jobber*. 

Porter Screen Manufactu ring Company. 

108 BUSINESS DIRECrORT. 



MucaHm, Mr». C. B. Howe, Rosina Perkins, B«v. G. A Trrrel- 
Board ,\f UeaUh, P. Burpee, J. M. Howe. Q. A. Tjrrea * 

Postmasters— Mrs. Ada M. Walker ; North, M. P. Burpee. 

Justices— Riifui HhH, C. a. Tbompaon, Geo. A. TyrreL M. P 
Burpee, O. H. Walker, j «*, m. ^r. 

Churohes-ChriB.. .Rm<, ; Meth.,D.B. Bumes; iVbrtt, 

G. A. Tyrr«l ; Uulon, . * * 

Society— Blue Mountain Grange, P. of H. 

Mtnufeclurers — Carriages, J. L. A E. A. Spiller; lumber, sheath- 
ing, moulding, chair and turned stock, Reed & Buswell; lumber M 
P. Burpee ; lumber andihingles, North, F. W. Leavitt- Smith Brothl 
era; shingles, Albert Collins; butter, Sullivan Creamerv: job nriat- 
Ing. J. Ma«li80u Howe. -^ 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, E L. Dion. 

Merchants—] B. Walker, G. li. Walker. 

Graame re— Hillsborough Co. R.R.statIon in town of Goffstown. 
See (ioflfsiMwn. 

*^''*^~?*^^°^^*"* ^' In town of Breqtwood. Nearest R.R. 
station Exeter. 

Great FalU— Now called Somersworth. 

GREEIVFIEIiD, HILLS B OR OUOff— Top. 607. 8. W. ft- O 
^'b' a'l^Wv b"a m' R r' ^' *' '^•~^'^°*®*^ 5 RuBsell'B Crossing 

OFFlCERS-lcterA:, F.'j.' Aiken; Trecu., Frank Brooks; ScZeci- 
TO«n, E. J. Fletcher, G. S. Burnham, F. W. Duncklee; Board of Edu- 
^^'^^''iJi'®*'®'"^''""'^- A. Vining, F. M. Wheeler; B(ird of 
HtaUh, Fred DunckJee, George Burnham, E. J. Fletcher 

Postmaster— C. H. Hopkins. 

Justices-G. S. Peavey, C.P. Pearey, C. H. Hopkins, P. W. Dunck- 
lee. Mason White, W. L. Hopkins. 

Church— Cong., . 

Hotel — Putnam House. 

Livery Stables— G. H. Putnam, F. H. Holt. 

Society— Greenfield Grange, P. of H. 

Manufecturers-Boxe8,Q. F. Rusnell; Union Soap stone Co.. Cnm- 
mingN & Burns; house finish, J, B. Burtt 

♦.I'^n^'w 'S^ *1^ Artisans-Blacksmith, Brooks A Woods: carpen- 
*vr^^'.! jeweler, C. A. Mann; undertaker, P. J. Aiken 
Go'Sfd'lX'J^P^o'iinl.J;'^ HopWa„.„e.t.C. F. 4 G. S. Pe.„y. 

Physician— C. P. Curley. 

Tel. Ag't— A. P. Ingram. 

pfo^'^l'" ^'^^Ir^^'^^l^ ^**- In town of Chatham. Nearest R. R 
station Fryebuig, Me. See Chatham. ^^^^wi. a. a. 

GREENI.ANn, ROCKINOHAM-Pov. 647. S. B.fr.C.Mm- 
W. fr Portsmonth,6 m R. R. ^.-North GrSenland,oi C. & P R R 
1 m., Greenland on E. R. R. 2 m. • 

OFFICERS— aerA:, P. D. Wentworth; SOectmen Simon Bi^ta+f 

J. Bdnrdi'"-**- *•'"**"•" ''*'^> •' «-««.. A. 

Tm.R'^irkrMlaHali'-^- °- "^^-k. J. W. (Mell. J. W. Welc. 



QOILJD'S Qreen Monn tain Kidney Care, beet remedy on 
ear til for kidtieF trouble. Send for practical treatise on 
the kidneyB, to J. b. GUILD, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

BU8INS88 DIRBCTORT. 109 

Churches— Cong., Bdward ilobie; Meth., Frank A. Tyler. 

Public Telephone— L. D. Dantley. 

Lawyers—/. S. H. Frink, John Hatch. 
* Literary Institution— High School. Ma/y Lyon, prin. 

Societies— Greenland Grange, P. of H.; Winnicut Lodge, A. F. A 
A. M.; Junkins Council; A. L. of H. 

Manufacturers— Carriages, W. F. Bennett; lumber, S. S. Brackett. 

Mechanics — Blacksmiths, L. Shaw, N. P. Ordway, ; carpenters, C. 
W. Harden, J. B. Lord, Chas. Foss; Job printer, D. Mahoney; car- 
riage painter, Belknap Weeks; house painters, George Brackett, W. 
S. Bennett. 

Merchants — L. D. Duntley, G. A. Norton, H. A. Holmes; n<eat, 
A. J. Norton, Fred Smith, E. G. Walden; flour, meal and lumber, 
8. S. Brackett. 

Physicians— J. W. (Well, F. W. Pike. 

OSKEEHrTIIiLE, HILLSBOROUGH— Pop. 1,255. S. W. fr. 
C. 48 m ; W. fr. Nashua, 22 m. R. R. i.^.— Greenville, on Fitchburg 
R. R.. and East -Wilton, on B. L. A N. R. R., 7 ni. 

OFFICERS— C7er&, Chas. E. Marsh ; Treas., Charles Hallf Select- 
men, J. B.Fry, F. L. Peabodv, Chnrles Butchelder; Board of Educa- 
ttrtn, 8. H. Bacon, V. L. Parker, H. J. Taft; Boar of Health, F. E. 
Pierce, H* S. Farrar, J. P. Nutting. 

Postmaster— Chas £. Blarsh. 

Exp. Agent— C. A. Scripture. 

Justices— C. K Hall, H. J. Taft, T. £. Marshall, G. F. Merriam, S. 
H. Bacon, H. I. Whitney. 

Bank — Mason Village Sayings, S. H. Bacon, Pres.; Chas. E. Marsh, 
Treas. 

Churches— Bap., H. N. Wiggin; Cong.,0. F. Merriam; R.Cath., T. 
B..I. Devoy. 

Hotel — Columbian House, C. E.Sawyer, prop. ; Central House, T. J. 
Antile. 

Lawye^-H. J. Taft. 

Insurance Agent— H. J. Taft. 

Livery Stables —0. Sawyer. T. Antel. 

Societies— Herman Shedd Post, G. A. R.; Dunster Hill Lodge, I. 
O. O. F.; Ivy Rebekah Lodge; Golden Rod Commandery, U. O. G. 
C- Souhegan Lodge, A. F, & A. M.; Walatic Lodge, A. O. U. W. 

Manufacturers— Bakers, David Caron,Calixte Cliournard; black- 
smiths, G. W. I^ce, £. Casavant ; boots and shoes, F. L. Peabody; 
cottons, Columbian Manufacturing Co., F. W. Ely, ag't ; harness 
maker, A. B. Eaton; Job printer. Frank Merriam ; lumber, J. H. El- 
liott, H. T. Taft; wheelwrights, F.X. Nanlt, F. Caron; carpenters, G. 
W. Sargent. Wm. Sanborn. 

Merchants — 0. D. Prescott, C. H. Hartshorn, Gustave 
Dncette, W. E. White, J. BourgaultA Son; boots, shoes and clothing, 
H. L. Kingsbury; coffins and caskets, H. S. Farrar; coal, H. J. 
Taft, F. B. Heald: bicycle dealer and repairer, A. B. Eaton; 
famitare, W. W. Sawtell ; fruit, confectionery, etc., J. Green- 
wood; drugs, medicines and stationery, C. E. Hall; 
fish^Calixte Choumard, Hollis Lougee ; dry goods and gents' furnish- 
ings, G. S. Trahan; flour, grain and feed, O. D. Pres- 
cott; fruit, confectionery, Ac., J. J. McCaddy ; Jewelry, B. P. Lamb ; 
neat, G. 0. Bobbins, Brown Bros. ; millinery, 0. D. Prescott ; 
tinware and stoves, N. P. Farrar; hair dressers, Louis Caron, John 
Onenwood. 



r^r\l TI XT^\V Water and (j^inger Champasne, 

EQUINOa ^°o',\°e',r^t.^°-'^"'°'^ 

110 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Phjsicians— C. E. Uall, B. D. Pease, J. 0. Charoet. 

Tel. Ag't— J. J. Caton. 

<iireff9's— Hillsboro Co. R. R. station in town of Lyndeboro. » 

OROTOHr, GRAFTON— Vov. 464, N. W. fr. 0.45 m; W. fr. 
Plymouth, 12 m. R. R. ^— BriHtol, on Bristol Branch R. R. Daily 
stage connects with 8 A. M. and 5 P. M. trains. North^R, R. A— 
Ramney, on B. & M. R. R., White Mt. Div.; stage connects daily. 

OFVlCKKS—CUrk, John E. Mnzzey ; Trea8.,D. Kidder; SeUetment 
John Muzzey, C. G. Kidder, Fred Hall; Supervuori^ A. O.PoIlard, 
Mark B. Kidder, C\ D. Jewell; Board of Mdneation, Ca,rrie Kelley, 
George Colbnrn Joaiah Wheet; Board qf Health, Arthur Poilaid; 
Ifortit, Fred Hall, Samuel Kinne. 

Postmasters— Mary Jewell ; Norths Caroline B Hall. 

Justices— G. £. Colburu, N. L. Jewell, Daniel Kidder, J. W. Barley, 
Fred Kidder. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, L. L.Cheever; lumber, D.Kidder ft 
Sou, C. N. Merrill; mica, F. £. Beldin Mining Ca, 
Palermo Mica Mfg. Co., L. R. Brown, supt.; patent slide blind hang- ' 
ings, tools, machinery and patterns, iVbr</i, Daniel Kidder; painter, F. 
Gurney; carpenters, J. £. Muzzey, C.B. Kidder. 

Merchants— iVorfA, J. W. Barley. 

Grove ton — Coob Co. R. R. station in town of Northumberland. 
See Northumberland. 

Guild- Sullivan Co. - R. R. station in town of Newport. See 
Newport. 

Hadley— Cheshire Co. R. R. station in .town of Jaffrey . 

HAMPSTE AD, ROCKINGHAM— ^op. 860. S. E. fr. 0. 30 m . 
S. W. fr. Portsmouth, 30 m. R. R. &— Atkinson, on B. & M. R. R, 
Daily stage fr. W. Hampstead, on N. A R. R. R , to Atkinson Station, 
7.00 A. M.; to W. Hampstead, 6.30 P. M. From Atkinson 9.15 A. M. 
to Hampstead arrives 10.30 A. M.; leaves Hafaipstead for Atkinson 
S.30P. M., arrives 4.45 P. M. at Atkinson. 

OFFICERS — Clerk,3, S. Corson ; Treas.^ C. H. Bailey ; Sdeetmm, 
C. W. Garland, J. B. Eastman, F.W.Emerson; Board of Educa- 
tion^ A. M. Moulton, E. E. Lake, Oliver Putman; Board of health, 
Daniel Emerson, Chas. Bailey, Walter Allen, M. D.. East. 

Postmasters — Isaac Randall; West, W. F. Little. 

Justices — Nelson Ordway, C. W. Garland, G. R. Bennetts, A. M. 
Moulton, W. F. Little, J. B. Eastman, J. S. Corson, C. W. Bailey, I. 
W. Hoyt, E. E. Lake, Walter Allen, George Morse. 

Churches— Cong., R. P. Gardner, Meth., West, J. Knott. 

Ins. Agt. — J. S. Corson. 

Station kgt.— West, W. H. Little. 

Societies — ^West Rockingham Grange, Hampstead Grange,P. df H. 

Literary Institution — Hampstead High School, F. E. Merrill, prin. 

Manufacturers- Blacksmiths, J. W. Sanborn, Gilbert Verburght ; 
builders, G. J. Penneo, D. H. Emerson, J. H. Emerson, Wm. A. Little, 
H. Reynolds; lumber, C. W. Bailey, C. W. Pressey ; shoes, Emerson 
Bros., Wm. A. Emerson & Son., J. £. Mills. Expressman to Haver- 
hill, U. Vigneault. 

Merchants— L Randall &Co., West, Arthur Spollett, C. H. Osgood; 
auctioneer, C. H. Osgood ; groceries, G. W. Baker ; meat, H. Noyes; 
Jeweler, Wm. Fellows, C. B. Morse; dressmaker, Mrs. Hayes; bar* 
ber, Fred Drown. 



TKUAX RHEUMATIC CURE 

Is sold by all the leading druggists. 

BUSINESS DIREOTORY. Ill 

Physicians— Geo. R. Bennette, E. E. Lake, W.Allen. 

Summer Boarding Houses— OilmaB House, C. B. Gilman. 

Livery Stables— J. H. Heath, C. B. Gilman. 

Eas<r-8. B. fr. C, 32 m: S. W. fr. Exeter, 11 m. Daily stage fr. Piais- 
tow, on B. & M. R. R., at 5'P. M.; and for Sandown, on N. k R. R. R., 
at 6 P. M.; and for Plaistow on B. & M. R. R., 7.45 A. M. 

Postmaster— 8. H. Martin. 

Exp. Agts.^J. N. Sanborn. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmith, G. Verburght; builders, John John- 
son, James Johnson ; jewelry, C. B. Morse; pumps, Geo. Allen; wag- 
ons, Gilbert Verburght. 

Merchant— G. H. Bartlett; groceries, A. B. Kimball. 

nelson Ordway Utor^—Tnutees, G. R. Bennette. J. S. Corson, 
D. Emerson; Librarian, I^nle S. Foote. 

JSAHPTON, ROCKINGHAM— ^op. 1,330. S. E. fr. C. 47 m. 
8. fr. Portamouth, 12 m. R. R. S.— Hampton, on B. 4 M. R. R. 

OFFICERS — C7erJt, J. M. Akerman; Treas., J. A. lAne; Seleclmen^ 
J. B. Brown, W. E. Lane, S. A. Shaw: Board of Education. W. T. 
Merrill, A. L. Japlin, J.B. Brown; Board qf Health, Muryhi Smith, 
John Pearl, Chas. Bntchelder. 

Postmaster— M. W. Cole. 

Justices— C. M. Lamprey, J. H. Fogg. U. M.Laue, W. T. Merrill, 
D. 0. Leavitt, J. L. Leavitt: 

Churches— Cong., J. A. Ross; F. Bap., David} Adams; Meth., D. 
Downes. ^ 

Hotels— Hotel Whittier, 0. H. tV^hittier; Boar's Hear!, 8. H. Dumas; 
Hampton Beach, T. & J. L. Leavitt; Eagle, L. P. Nudd ; Rockingham 
House, R. H. Dumas ; Sea View House, J. G. Cutler. 

Literary Institution— Hampton Academy, J. Sanborn, prin. 

Uvery Stables— H. B. Brown, 0. H. Whittier. 

Public Telephones— O. H. Whittier; Hampton Beach, .John Cut- 
l«r. 

Societies— Perkins Post. G. A. R. ; Woman's Relief Corps; Rock- 
inffham Lodge, Hunto Encampment, I. O. O.F.; Winnecummet Re- 
belah Lodge; Ocean Side Grange. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, Oliver Godfrey, 8. L. Jenness & Son, 
S. P. Young & Son, N. J. Norton: builders, J. A. Dearborn, S.W.Dear- 
bom, J. W. Towle, L. Locke; lumber, S. W. Dearborn, J. T. Brown; 
shingles, W. L. Drake ; tin, Geo. Collum. 

MerchantSr-J- A. Lane, J. W. Mason A Co., T. N.Chase, E. B. Towle. 
D. 0. Leavitt Sc Co.; auctioneer, C. M. Lamprey ; drugs and medicines, 
D. O. Leavitt; jewelry, J. S. Oilman; meat and provisions, W. M. 
Batchelder; stationery and confectionery, M. W.Cole; tin and glass- 
ware, Geo. Collum. 

Physiciant— M. F. Smith, S. M. Ward. 

HAmPTOIV FAIiLS, ROCKINGHAM— Vop., 622. 8. E. fr. 
C. 47 m: 8. E. fr. Exeter, 7 m. i2./?.S.— Hampton FalIs,on Eastern Div. 
B. A M. R.R. 

OFFICERS— Oferfc, Jack Sanborn ; Treus., C. T. Brown; Selectmen, 
n. H. Knight, John Brown, Warren Peucnr; Board of Education, 
F.S.Greene, C. P. Coombs, John Sanborn; Collector, 0, F. Merrill; 
Board qf Health, Chas. Sanborn, M. D., G. F. Merrill, C. T. Brown. 

Postmaster— Charles N. Dodge. 

Justices— C. H. Sanborn, N. H. Robie, C. T. Brown, Jack Sanborn, 
?. 8. Greene, G. F. Merrill. 

Churehes^Bapn Snell; Chris.,— *-—— ; Unit,* , 



PORTBR SCREENS are Standard in QaaUty. For 
■%le by all Jobben. Porter Screen VLtg. Ot». 

112 BUSINESS DIRECTOBT. 

Exp. Ag't— 0. P. Akerman. 

Society— Hampton Falle Orange, P. of H. 

Fublic Telephone— 0. N. Dodge. 

Manuntcturers—Ksaences and extracts, Kzra Fogg; lumber, J. T. 
Batolielder, B. P. Weare, Bdwin Janrria; ineal and reed, H. P. Dodge; 
vinegar, W. Brown, J. E. Brown, J. D. Brown, D. F. Batchelder, F. P. 
Sanborn. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, C. Harrison; carpenters, 0. T. Browo, C. 
Lane, Li4>well F. Merrill, Chns. Crosby. 

Merchants— €. N. Dodge ; auctioneers, Nathan H. Roble, Chas. P. 
Akerman; confectionery, cigars and tobacco, Geo. W. Learltt; 
carriages, Henry Johnson; florist, Warren- J. Prescott; meats, 
C. E. Janvrin; wood and coal, Bdwin Janrrin; market gar- 
deners, B. B. Towie, G. L. Brown. 

Ins. Ag't.— E. B. Towle. 

Physicians— C. H. Sanborn. 

HAl^COCK, HILLSBOROUGH— Pop, 1*87. 8. W. fi^a 96 m ; 
N. W fr. Nashua, 32 m. B. R. K.^Hancock, on M. A R^ R.; Hao- 
cock Junction on Peterboro A Hillsboro R. R., and M. A K. R. R. 2^ 
m. fr. Hnnrock Center. 

OFFICERS— a^/At and Treag. Wm. F. Symonds; BeUetmen^W, O. 
StearoH. C. H. Ware. G. H. Fogg; J9oard </ EdtteaHon, H. F. Rob- 
inson, C. 11. Dutton, W. M.Davis; Board (if HfoUh, 0, J. Hnyok, F. 
T. Davis, M. D., C. H. Duttoii. p o ad Bennington. 

Postmaster— F. C. E»ton; Elmwond, F. P. Morse. 

Justices— J. P. Hills, J. W. Coolldge, W. D.Fogg. 

Church — Cong., Joseph Hammond. 

Hotels— Hancock Hotel, J. F. Baton; Forest House, Jas. Woodward, 

Society— John H«nc(tok Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, B.T. Mal- 
hall, A. Hill; builders, A. Jaquith, /. Copeland, L. Hunt, J. W. 
Wilds ; leather, A. Q. Foster ; lumber, G. B. Johnson. L. Loker; 
wheelwrights, F. A. Wood, C. Turner; painters, H. B. Marshall, A. f! 
Woodward; paper h nger, H. B. Marshall; undertaker, C. H. Di^n- 
ton; dressmnken. Lizzie Tyrrel, Viola Mathews, Orissa Sheldon; 
muflic teacher, Miss A. L Symonds. 

Merchants— Baton Bros., W. D. Fogg,. 

Ex. & Tel. & Station Ag't. N. W. Farley; Elnwood, F. P. Morse. 

Library— Town Library. Wm. Titus, lib. 

Physician— C. J. Huyck; dentisis, A. B. Ware, F. T. Davis. 

HASrOTER, QRA FTON— Pop. 1,817. N. W. ft. C. 56; S. tr. Ha- 
verhill, 27 m. R. R. 5.— Norwich, Vt., on Pass. R. R. Stage to each 
train. 

OFFICERS- ester*, G. M. Bridgraan, p. o. ad. Etna: Trtas^ D. B. 
Russell ; SeUctmen, J. L. Bri'lgman. E. P. Storrs, Albert Pinneo: 
Board of Education, D. S. Bridgman, Nellie Kimball, B. C. Eibbe; 
Diat, No. 1, Robert Fletcher, John K. Lord, Newton Frost, H. H. h! 
Lantrill, JohnV. Hazen, Elizabeth Worthen; Board f\f Htklth W. T 
Smith, M. D., N. A. Frost, W. D. Cobb, C. D. Frost, M. D. 

Postmasters -J. H. Fojter; Center, Helen J. Gale; Etna. W. 
G, Spencer. 

Justices— J. L. Bridgman, S. W. Cobb, G. M. Bridgman, E. R. 
Ruggles, N. A. Frost, Stephen Eastman, N. 8. Huntineton W L 
^™^*»«^:..^- ^^"o^s, H. F. Hoyt, jr., G. F. Colby, 0. i. Emer 
son, C. P. Chase. 



DB. FRENTZ GERMAN PLASTERS, 16 for 25c. 
Sent by mai^ S. A. DOW, Prop, and Mfr. 

BUSINB6S DIRBCTORT. 113 

Notaries— N. 8. Huntington, 0. P.Gh%se, N. A. Frost, H. J.Weston. 

Banks— Dartmontb National, N. S. Huntington, Pres.; 0. P. Chase, 
Vice-Pres.; P. R. Bngbev, Gash. Dartmouth Savings, P. R. Bugbee, 
Treas. 

Churches— Bap., N. F. Tilden; Ist. Gong., 0. A. Downs; 2n(l Gong., 
8. P. Leeds; Epis., O. P. Huntington; Cath., M. H. Egan. 

Exp. Agent— F.H. Dal ton. 

Telegraph Agent— Alice litchfield. 

Pubhc Telepnone— B. P. Storrs. 

Hotel — Wheelock, H. T. Howe, m'g^r. Hotel Commercial, Jerome 
Chesley; The Tavern, D. B. Currier. 

THE WHEELOCK, 
HANOVER, N. H. 

First class in all its appointments. Will be appre- 
ciated by Commercial Men, 

Largest Lirerj in the State Connected. - H. T. HOWB, Propr. 



Ins Ag*ts— B. P. Storrs, N. A. Frost. 

Literary Institutions — Dartmouth College, Chandler Scientific 
Department, Medical Department, W. J. Tucker, Pres.; Thayer School 
of Civ. Engineering. 

Livery Stables— H. K. Swasey, H. T. Howe. 

Societies— Oraf ton Star Grange, P. of H. ; L. D. Gove Post, G. A. 
B.; Good Samaritan Lodge, Canton Hanover, I. O. O. F.; Goldenrod 
Bebekah Lodge. 

Manufkcturers— Blacksmiths, John Masterson, C. Masterson, jr.,L. 
L. Walker, I. F. Morse; book binder, G. F. Colby; civil engineers, 
J. V. Hazen,Robert Fletcher, A. W. French; job print- 
er, L. C. Gillis; ladders, W. N. Derby; lumber, H. L. Hunting- 
ton, li. C. Flanders ; machinists and general Jobbers, S. B. Phelps, 
L B. Newell ; photographer, H. H. H.Langill ; butter, Etna Creamery 
Co., H. F. Hoyt jr., treasurer ; shingles, L. C. Flanders; cider, L. 0. 
Flanden*. H. L. Huntington; carpenters, G. P. Pillsbury, D. B. Pel- 
ton, A. J. Baker. 

Merchants— F. W. Davison, C. W. Hayes; books and station- 
ery, E. P. Storrs; boots and shoeSjJ.N.Chase&Co.; clocks, watches and 
Jewelry, N. A. Frost: caskets and coffins, G. W. Rand; gents' furnish- 
ing goods, hats and caps, D. B. Currier, Storrs ft Weston ; drugs, 
medicines, and fancy goodn, L. R. Downing, Mead k Co. ; furniture, 
O. W. Rand ; groceries, W. B. Mills, A. H. Roberts; groceries, 
crockery, paper hangings and hardware, S. W. Cobb; hardware 
and tin, C. D. Brown; millinery, Sarah E. Demman, Katie J. West, 
Mrs. Fogjr, Miss Hovey; dry goods, W. A, Taylor, Storrs ft Weston ; 
coal dealer, F. W. Davison, E. L. ClifiTord; fish and oysters, H. W. 
Jones; restaurant, H. L. Garter. 

Physicians— W. T. Smith, Q. D. Frost, J. M. Gile; dentist, W. 3. 
Bowles. 



GUILD'S Oreen Mountain Kidney Core, the best remedy 
ever made for kidney trouble. Handled by dmggiste all oTer 
the world, or will be tent by the proprietor. *J. H. Guild, 
M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

114 BUSINB88 DIBBCTORT. 

HABBISVILLE, Ctfiȣr/i{JS-Pop. 748. S.W.fr.O. 42 m. 

E. fr. Keene. 12 ni. R. R. ;9— HarrisTille, on M. A K. R. R. 
OFFICERS— CfcrJk and Trem,, G«o. Y.TvittM\ SOectmfm^T.V. 

Fidke, B. F. Bern is, F.C. Farwell; Board of Education^ Frank FIsk, 
R A. Dunn, G. W. Barker; Board of Health, Edgt^r Ware, Bast; 
Edwin Hunt. A. 0. Byrnes. 

Postmasters— Isctbel Hutohinaon ; Bastf L. 8. flftrweU ; CfhMham, 
O. A. 8'ierwln. 

Express Agent— F. A. Stretton; Am(, L. a FArwell, Ohetkam, Qwk 

F. Bemis. 

Public Telephone— Francis Stratton. 

Justices— 0. F. Tafts, Aaron Smitb, 8. D. Bemii, J. H. Farwell, 
T. II. Wliite, B. P. Hunt, T.J. Winn. 

Churches— Bap., Chetham, Blacklock; Oonf ., A. G. Fay. 

Hotel— 0. A. Blake. 

Livery Stable— G. A. Blake, F. Stratton. 

Societies— Silver Lake Omnge, Nabanusit Orange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, etc., 0.0. Whitcomb A Go.; Bast, Far- 
well Bros.; Chesham, F. 0. Farwell, A. L. Rasaell. 

Mechanics— Blaokimiths, R. McGall ; carpenter, Frank Sawyer; 
maaon. S. P. Tuttle: painter, Geo. Davis; ehoemaker, John Stewart. 

Merchants— E. Winn k Scns,0. H.Sberwin k Go., J. H. Farwell; 
woolen goods, etc., Cheshire 1^11 Go.; coal and wood, Francia Strat- 
ton. 

HART'S LOCATION. C7i4 «J20LL— Pop. 187. N. S. fr O. 
97 ni; N. fr. Ossipee, 40 m. R. R. i9.— Bemia and Sawyer'aRirer. and 
Garri^ain, on Maine Gentral R. R. Post Office addreea for thia town 
is Bemis, Mount Carrigain and Grawford. 

OFFIGBRS— Cfer*, J. B. Mitchell, p. o. ad. Grawford's; IVaas., G. H. 
Morey, p. o. ad. BemiH|: SeUctmfn, W. W. Burnell, p. o.ad. Mount Gar- 
rigain: J. N. Mitchell, p. o. ad. Crawford's; G. K. Hanson, p. o. ad. 
Mount Carrigan; Constables, J. E. Mitchell, W. W. Burnell; B»jard cf 
Health, J. B. Mitchell, p o ad Crawford's;—— Burnell, p.o ad Mount 
Carrigan; 0. F. Stilliugs, p o ad Livermore. 

Station Agts. & Telegraph Operators— Satoyer's Rivtr, Oeorge S. 
Staples; Betais, G. H. Morey; tktrrigan, C. K. Hanson. 

Postmasten^^emis, Mrs. Mary P. Morey; Crawford Hause^ C 
H. Merrill ; Mt. Carrigain, B, G. Garland. 

Justice— -G. H. Morey. 

Hotel— (summer) Willey House, J. F. Whalen, prop., p. o. ad. 
Grawfirds. 

Manufacturers— Hard Inmber, Saco Valley Lumber Go., general 
store, Garland Bros., p. o. addresa, Mount Carrigain. 

HiMtlnsre— Merrimack Co. In town of New London. Steamer 
from Lake Snnapee in summer. 

HATERHIIiL.^ <?A^F!rOi\r— Shire town. Pop. 2,545. N. 
W. fr. G. 76 m. R. R. &— Four, accommodating the different parts of 
the town, on B. ft M. R. R., White Mt. Dir. Semi-daily stage to So 
Newbury, on Pass. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C/erfc, JVbrfA, A. P. RImball;2V«a«., G. J. Ayer; 8e 
lectmen,A. B. Davis, B. B. Willoughby, H. w. Keyes; Board of Bdu* 
cation, w. O. Burbeck, W. O. True, Kate Morse; Board cf Heatth. 
Chas. Newcomb, North; Dr. Steams; W. P. True, Btut, 



ti/^l |IVf/^\/ WATER and Ginger Champagne, 
Busmssa oibbctoby. 115 

Pestmasters— George C. Oass ; East, C. W. Richardson; Pike Sta- 
tion, £. B. Pike. 

Justices— £. B. Mann, B. B. Pike, Tyler Westgate, E. R. Weeks, 
S. B. Page, W. F. Westgate, C. B. Griswold, Chester Abbott, G. C. 
Jeffers, 8. P. Garhee, 0. S. Newell, R. T. Bartlett, George Wells, 
J. G. Blood, Caleb WeUs, N. C. Wright, G. C. Gale, W. W. Crook, 
S. Sloan, A. Rogers, 0. C. Whitcher, 8. H. ComminRS, M. V. B. Cady, 
B. F. Mann, F. 8. Sleeper, W. A. Richardson, H. W. AUin, Fred P. 
I>earth, C. H. Wetherbee, H. C. Phillips, D. L. Hawkins, £. M. Clark. 

A. K. MerrUI. 

Notaries— 8. B. Page, W. F. Westgate. B. R. Weeks, C. J. Ayer. 

Churches—Cong., C. L. 8kinner; Meth., W. B. Webster ; East, 

Clongh. 

Ex. Agents— John Merrill ; East, W. F. True. 

Hotel & Livery Stoble— John Merrill. Tel. Ag't— George Cass. 

Station Agt —J. D. Barber. 

Ins. Agent— Life, W. F. Weetgate. 

Lawyer— W. F. Weetgate. 

Literary Institution— Haverhill Academy. 

Physicians— 8. P. Carbee, Rnssell A Steams. 

Public Telepbone— 0. 0. Cms; Pike Station^Pike Mfg. Co. 

Societies— Haverhill Grange, P. of H.; S. S. Davis Lodge, K.of P.; 
Grafton Lodge, A. F. & A. M.; Natt Westgate Poet, G. A. R.; Wc 
man's Belief Corps. 

Manufacturers— Butter, Haverhill Creamery Co. ; harnesses, N. M. 
Arard; lumber, BoaneCook; -fiS(M«, Pike MTg Co., 8. 4 G. C. Jeflfers; 
scythe stones. Pike Mfg Co.; wrapping paper, Haverhill Paper Co. 

Merchants— Poor & Westgate, W. H. Page A Son, B. C. Weed A 
Co^ J. L. ^11 ; East, C. J. Ayer, G. W. Richardson ; books, stationery, 
drugs, medicines, fancy goods and Jewelry, J. W. Merrill; meat, 0. C. 
Moore; millinery goods. Miss H. F.Morrison; stoves and tinware, 
Bdwin Faoey ; clothing, A . K. Merrill. 

fVorfb— Postmaster— C. F Southard. 

Church— Meth., J. R. Dinsmore; Epis., J. Flanders. 

Exp. Ag't— A. R. Kendall. 

Hotel— Eagle, P. Metcalf. 

Society— Pink Oranite Grange. P. of H. 

Manufacturers— Carriages, G. E. Eastman, W. G. Upton ; lumber, 
Jason G. Blood; North Haverhill Creamery, G. £. White, pres. ; East 
Haverhill Creamery Co., W. F. True, pres. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, W. H. Pike, William Laughlln, B. C. 
Deline; carpenters, A. Tefft, G. C. Clifford, J. M. Getchell ; masons, P. 

B. Tragansa, Bert Kidder, G. W. Milliken; painter, M. H. Clifford, 
NedNoyes. 

MerctiantS—M. E. Kimball, Wright & Thayer; auctioneer, E. R. 
Weeks ;groceriee, G. A. Carr, C. H. Wetherbee, Chas. Southard, 
Physicians— Bot., C. E. Newcomb, E. H. Noyes. 
l*UDliC Telephone— C. H. Wetherbee. 

H'oodSTille— Stage between Woodrvi He and Benton; leaves 
Woodsville at 3.46 p m., arrives at Woodsville at 9.16 a. m. 

OFFIOKBS— Special Precinct, Board of Health. A. H. Leighton, 
P. W. Baird, James Sawyer, S. D. Tllton, Ai Willoughby. 

Postmaster— F. P. Dearth. 

Churches— Epis., J. C. Flanders; Meth., R. T. Wolcott; Unir., F. 
K Oairier. 



Purely Vegetable; Perfectly Harmleas; can be taken 
into the weakest stomach. Tniax Rheumatic Cure. 

116 BU8INB8S DIRKCTOBT. 

Ex. Ag't— Q. A. Scott. 

HotalS^Parker House, J. E. Hamilton;' Wentwortb, A. H. I^elgh- 
ton; Johnson HouM, A. D. Burgess; Bestanrnnts, C. 8. Newell, 
Chas. Nutting. 

!■■ Agtii.— F. P. Dearth k Co., Chester Abbott. 

Lawyers— Smith & Sloan, S. b. Page. 

Livery stables— A. K. Davis. 

Literary Inst.— Woodsville High School, 8. W. Robertson, prin. 

Societies — Mount Gardner Lodge, K. of P.; Moosehillock liodge, 
Canton Albli»n, I. O. O. F.; Mary A.Qlldden Rebekah Lodge; Mount 
Gardner Grange, P. of H.; John L. W ooda Club. 

Manufacturers — Brick, Lamarre Bros.; lumi'er, Woodnville Lumber 
Co., L. C. Pattee, agent; printers, Bittinger Bros. ; sash and blinds, 
E.L.Andruws; North Haverhill Granite Co., £. R. Weeks, pres.; French 
Pond Qranlte Co., Q. A. Scott, pres.; lime and cement, Northern Sop- 
ply Co. 

MechanicsA Artisans- Blacksmiths, J. Martell, C. L. Bailey, 
Legro A Son ; carpenters, Gteo. Ring, Joseph Willis, C. F. Carr, L. F. 
Knox, J. M. i^ayers, J. R. Low, Geo. Boothman, Clem Clough, A. J- 
Fish; marble worker, Wm. H. Hill; masons and brick-layers, Geo. "W. 
Lyon ; painters, A. W. Moultou. C. H. Johnson, H. T. Cameron; 
barbers, BInke & Sons; hameasmaker, Hiram Smith; wheelwrights, 
£. Legro & Son; shoemakers, Julio Ciociola, Frank Lane. 

Merchants— Stickney Bros., Howe k Gordon, Q. A. Scott, F. P, 
Pray; drugs, medicines, C. W. Sawyer, E. B. Mann k Co.; flour, 
grain and lime, Woodsville Grain Store ; groceries, E. B. Miller, 
Crown Bros. ; jewelry, F. K. Kittredge; meat, Mitchell & Ro- 
den, W H. Lovcjoy ; millinery etc., Mrs. E. J. Battles, MissEstelle 
Cheney, Miss C. D.Manchester; stoves and tinware. Mllliken & 
Davis, E. H. Lother; Woodsville Bakery, H. H. Whittier, prop. 

Physicians— C. R. Gibson, 0. D. Eastman; homeo., L N. Eascmau; 
demist, F. G. Weeks. 

Sta. Ag't— P. W. Baird. 

Public Telephone— Q. A. Scott, agent. 

Telegraph Agent— Geo. B. Randall; F. P. White. 

Hayes— Strafford Co. R. R. station in town of Rochester. 
Postofflce called North Rochester. 

Hazen J unction— R. R. station in town of Wbitefield. See 
Whitefleld. 

HEBRON, GRAFTON— Pop. 245. N. W. fr. C. 40 m ; S. W. fr. 

Plymouth, 11 m. i2.i?.S.— Bristol, 8 m. on Bristol Branch R. R. Daily 
stage; leaves 9 a. m., returns 4 p. m. 

OFFICERS— CTerA;, Wm. Elliott; Treas.,V. O.^orae; Selectmen, 
G.T.Smith, D.P.Hardy, W.C.Ross; Board of Education, C. A. 
Jewell, Ellen E. Rogers, Sada George; Board of Health. Samuel 
Wells, John Rogers, Albert Moore. 

Postmasters— Samuel Wells ; East, G. W. McClure. 

Justices— Wm. C. Ross, Frank 0. Moore. 

Church— Cong., Joseph Wheelwright. 

Town Library— Alice Wells, lib. 

Hotels— Union House, Frederick Clement; Central Houtfe, Cyrus 
Moore. Boarding Houses, A. B. Moore, J. W. Sanborn. George T. 
Smith, James French. 

Merchants— M. A. Wells; meat, G. B. Barnard; flressmaker. Mrs. 
Chase. 

Society— Oliye Branch Grange, P. of H. 



"Corter's Window and Door Screens are the Best. 
Wot sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Ck>. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 117 

Mechanics— Blacksmitbs^ J. W. Sanborn, D. P. Hardy, J. F. Rogers; 
•arpenters, G. W. Lnfkin, L. B. Sargent, Charles Sanborn, E. Olinea. 

Public Telepl)ones— S. Wells, J. W. Sanborn, J. M.French. 

Hedding^ - Rockingham Go. R. R. station in town of Epping. 
Stage to camp ground in summer. See £pping. 

JSESr.^lKER, MERRIMACK— Pop. 1,385. W. fr. C. 15 m. 

S. R. S. — Henniker and West Henniker, on Peterboro and Hillsboro 
branch of Northern R. R. and No. Branch of Concord R. R. Stage to 
ere ry tra in. 

OF^CEBS-^aerk, J. C.Cogswell; IVeow., M. F. Whittier; SeUct- 
«i«n, D. £. HoDtington, E. N. Cogswell, F. D. Patten; Board of Ed- 
ncation^ C. I. Cole. J. W. Emery. J. C. Cogswell; Board cf Health, 
a. H. Sanborn. M. D., W. N. Whitney, C. B. Childs. 

Postmaster— H. L. Merrick. 

Justices— L. W. Peabody, D. S. Carr, W. 0. Folsom, L. W. Cogs- 
well, H. E. Merrick, W. A. Hewlett, J. C. Cogswell, D. W. Cogs- 
well, G. C. Preston, C. B. Childs, 8. C. Hantinjjton, P. E. Colby. 
W. H. Bean, J. H. Falvey, Q. F. Edmunds. 

Churches— Cong., T. C. H.Bouton; Meth., B. P. Judd; Univ., 

Ex. & Tel. Ag't.— A. C. Graves. Hotel— H^niker, A. P. Peabody. 

Insurance Agents— D. S. Carr, Wm. 0. Fdlsom, R. T. Dodge, W. H. 
Bean. 

Literary Institutions — Henniker High School, 0. C. Evans, 
principal; Henniker Free Library. 

Livery Stables— Z. Woods, F. H. Oorser. 

Restaurant— H. L. Tticker & Co. 

Societies— Bear HillGr»inge, P. of H.; Crescent Lodge, I. O. OF,; 
Azidea Bebekab Lodge; Craney Hill Lodge, K. of P.; Henniker 
Commandery, U. O. G. C. ; Aurora Lodge, Woods Chapttr, A. F. &A. 
M.; Henniker Division, S. of T. 

Manufacturers — Boots, shoos and slippers, Foster & Piukham; dry 
measures, barrel covers, 0. A. Wilkins; lumber, G. W. S. Dow, C. A. i 
Wiikins, D. F. Wyman, James Wilkins ; rules aud yardsticks, F. W. 
Hale; creamery butter, Contoocook Valley Creamery Co.; tin and 
copper ware, N.L.Buxton; baskets, F.H. Barnes; boxes, G. W. S. 
Dow. 

Mechanics & Artisans— Blacksmiths, Constantine & Rowe, Henry 
Skillen. A. West; carpenters, W. N. Games, Geo. McLean, J. J. 
Gilchrist, G. C. Howe, Hiram Marsh, Seth A. Bunnell, C. 0. Carnes, 
H#M.Cfaase; jeweler, Morris Bowling; harness maker, R. M. Gregg; 
photographer, M. Whittier; painters, F. A. Gould, Lewis Childs, 
W. A. Howlett; upholsterer, M. Bragg. 

Merchants— Preston Bros., E. K. Cogswell, A. D. Huntoon; 
Mctioneers, W. 0. Fol8om,D. W. Cogswell, D. S. Carr; fish, oysters 
and meat, J. S. Whitney, F. G. Whitney; flour, meal 
tod grain, E. 0. Ingalls; millinery, Mrs. L. M. CampboU^Miss 
S. M. HoUoweH; drugs, medicines, stationery and periodicals, W. N. 
Whitney; sewing machines, organs, H. W. Campbell ; tin and 
copper ware, stoves, ranges, etc., N. L. Buxton; undertaker, 
W.O. Folsom, D. S. Carr; bakery, H. L. Tucker <k Co.: coal, W. A. 
Balch, P. H. Corser; ice, W. A. Balch; clothing, J. W. Morse. 
Physicians— L. W. Peabody, C. I. Cole, O. H. Sanborn, homeo. ; 

dentist, T. Holder.. 
Public Telephone— N. W. Whitney. 
iTMf— Postmaster & Ex Ag't— S. Colby. 



OmiiD'S GKEBN MOUNTAIN KIDNBY CURB. 
Bee other margins. 

118 BUSINESS DIRECTOBT. 

Manufacturers — Paper, Ck>ntoocook Valley Paper Co. 

Mechani0S--0arpeQter8, W. K. Sargent, L. P. HaosoD. 

lll(|rlllaiide— Oooe Go. R. R. statton in town of Jefferson. 
PoRtofflce called Jefferson Highlands. 

HILI., MERKIMACK-Pop. 648. N. W.fr. C. 26m. JR. R. S.— 
Hill, on Bristol Branch R. R. 

OKFIOKRS— Cter*, Fred Wolfendale: Trecu., B. 8. Littl«; Selectmen, 
J. K.Newton,F. £. Fos8, A. A. Bartlett; Board of Educatum, Q. 
H.Cilley.H. J. Campbell, Mary L. Wheet; Comtahle,J. B. Rowell; 
Jiftard <if Health, J. R. Rowell, R. L. Wilson, A. M. Kelley. 

Postmaster— Frank E. Fobs. 

Exp. & Tel. Ag't— U. A. Sumner. 

Justices— J. R. Rowell, M. F. Little, O. A. Sumner, F. R. Woodward, 
F. K. Fo8«. 

Churches— Chris., Street and Centre, B. H. Wright ; Gong., Street, 

Hotel— Newton's Inn, J. E. Newton. 

Ins. Ag't--0. A. Sumner. 

Socltties- Pemlgewasset Grange, P. of H.; Hill Lodge, I. O. G. T. 

ManuniCturers— Carriages and sleighs, G. W. Twombly : glass 
outteri and light hardware, F. R. Woodward ; improved riveted latch 
needles. G. H. Adams & Co.; lumber, W. B. Cawley. 

Mechanics and Art isans— Blacksmith, Y. S. Straw; carpenters, 
F. Ferrin, J. Q. A. Prescott, Wallace Lnll; shoemaker, Ij T. Chan- 
cey;painten and paper hangers. Joseph Hersey, James Ryan, 
Horace Diifur; wheelwright. G. W. Twombly; jewelers, K. M. 
Brigga, F. Wolfendale; barbers, F. S. Shaw, G. W. Twombly. 

Merchants— Sumner & Foss, M. F. Little, J. F. Brock & Son 
meat. Fobs A BUke; grain, Blake Bros. > 

Public Telepbone— Sumner A Foss. 

Physician— F. R. Dame. 
J miiLSBOBOfTGH. mLLSBO ROUOff— Fop.XQOO. S. W.fr 
C. 25 ra. N. W. fr. Nashua, 32 m; N. W. fr. Manchester, 27 m. R.R.S 
— Hillsborough Bridge, Con. Val. R. R. Stage twice a day. 

OFFICERS— a«r*, F. S. Story; Treat., D. W. C. Newman ; Select- 
men, ChM. Freeman, A. P. Farrar, John Booth; Collector, Geo. W. 
Lincoln ; Police, (chief ), J. H. White; special, F. W. Bartlett, G. A. 
Richards, H. P, Whitaker, Alberto Heath, C. B. Proctor, Chas. Wil- 
kin 8, Warren Hackett, Frank Levering; Board of Education, W. J* 
A. Ward, F, E. Merrill, Geo. Haslet, precipe ; Geo. Tuttle, A. P. Far- 
rar, Martin Whitney, town: Deputy Sheriff, F. W. Gould; Board of 
HeaUh, Edwin Carr, B. K. Webber, John GodeU, M. D. 

Postmasters— F. Gibson ; Center, Alonzo Robbins; Upper W- 
lage, S. McClintock. 

Justices— Edgar Hazen, J. M. Curtis, W. H. Manahan, B. K. 
Webber, J. H.T. Newell, S.W. Holman, K. D. Pierce, J. F.Grimes, 
Jacob B. Whittemore, M. M. Hadley. S. H. Baker, J. B. Smith, 
Martin Whitney, M. H. Felt, P. M. Gould, W. S. Scruton, C. A. 
Jones, N. D. Webber, H. R. Martin, W. M. Holman, A. P. Farrar, 
P. 0. Cilley, John Goodell, C. B. Gammell, W. H. Story, Chas. Free- 
man, W. H. Dennison, F. W. Gould. 

Churches— Cong., Center, Samuel Eaton ; Meth., Center, J. P. 
Jndd. 

Lawyer— K. D. Pierce. 

ManufllCturers— Lumber, Ira W. Jackman. 



pi/^l IIVI/^V WATER and Ginger Champagne, 

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BUsnnESS DmEcroRY 119 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, Lower Village^ W. West. 
Merchants— Onslow Gilmore, F. Gibson; Upper ViUage, 8. Mc- 
Clintock. 

Physicians— John Ooodell ; Upper Village^ J. Q. A. French. 
Societies— Valley Grange, P. of H.; Hillsboro Lodge, K. of P., 
(Bridge); Senator Grimes Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Belief Corps; 
Hill8l>oro Bridge Commandeij, U. O. G. C; Valley Lodge, North 
Star Bncampmf nt, I. O. O. F.* Hope Bebekah Lodge; Harmony 
Lodge. A. y. & A. M.; Portia Chapter, O. B. S.; Franklin Pierce 
CJotmcdl, U. O. A. M. 
Public Telephone— Geo. W. Lincoln, exchange office. 
Brtclfre— Postmaster— James S. Butler. 

Churcnes— Gong., Fred W. Barrows ; Metb., T. £. Cramer; Cath., 
I). W. Fitzgerald. 

Bank — First National Bank of Hillsboro; Hillsboro Guaranty 
SaTings. 
Exp. Agent— G. E. Ingals. 
Hotels— Valley Hotel, G. A. Ames. 
Lawyers— B. K. Webber, S. W. Holman, K. D. Pierce. 
Livery Stebles— E. Proctor, H. C. Bills, R. T. Abbott. 
Manuraeturers — Boots and shoes, Alba Stephenson ; floor and meal, 
Wesley Denison ; paper boxes, W. 8. Loverin ; shirts and drawers, 
Contoocook Mills ; woolen cloths, Hillsboro Woolen Mill; lumber. 
Trip ATennant. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, J. H. White, W. 8. Harmon,W. Hackett ; 
carpenters, W. Prichard A 8on,P.H.Rumrill,W.J.A.Ward, Leon Annis, 
Clarence Oolby, Horace Richardson ; copper, tin and sheet iron work- 
ers, Goodwin ft Hoyt; plumber, Wm. Newman; harness makers, J. 
W. Bradshaw, Clarence Proctor ; Jewelers and opticians, W. H. Story 
k Son, D. E. Gordon ; macTiinist, Kneeland McClintock ; tailor, J. 
Davis. J. B. Tasker; Hillsboro news and Job ofHce, L. P. Lincoln & 
Co., H. F. Smart, prop.: barbers, B. J. George, J. Hurd, F. G. Rum* 
rill, S. D. Abbott; machinist, Geo. Stanlels; Hillsboro Light k Power 
Co.. J. F. Grimes, treas. 

Merchants— J. 8. Bu(Ier, H. Marcy, Morrill k Merrill); auctioneers,. 
Mannahan k Baker ; baker, Washburn ft Co.; clothing and Aimishing 
Koods, J. B. Tasker, Kimball ft Roach; coffins and caskets, 8. D. 
Hastings; confectionery and cigars. W. 8. Marcy, P. Russell, C. 
Fletcher ; drags, H. Marcy ft Son, Morrison Bros., The Hillsboro- 
Drag Co.; dry goods, Morrison Bros. & Prescott ; fancy goods, C. A. 
Macalister ; flour and grain, Morrill ft Merrill ; furniture, C. M. 
Freeman ft Co., W. E. Proctor ft Co. ; hardware, E. H. Ferry ; ice, 
A. E. Carter, meat, W. P. Kimball, Wm. L. Grimes, Victor Mosley, 
H. J. ft E. C. Gage; millinery, Miss 8. B. Farrar, Mrs. A. J. Barney, 
Morrison Bros, ft Prescott; shoes and boots, Kimball ft Roach, Mosley 
Bros., 8. Dennison, J. B. Tasker; variety store, T. Gaddas: stoves, 
crockery, lamps, Goodwin ft Hoyt, Wm. Newton; trunks, robes, har- 
nesses, C. Proctor, J. W . Bradshaw ; fish and oysters, H. S. Applet 
ton; fish, Hillsboro Fish Co. ^ 

Pnyslclans— M. H. Felt,W. W. Griffiths, B. A. T. Harwood, Chester 
H. Gould ; dentistSj 8. 0. Bowers, D. E. Harrigan ; optician, Frank 8. 
Story. 
Tel. Ag*t— C. M. Freeman. 

HIlfi»DALE« CHESHIRE— Vap. 2,268. 8. W. ft-. C. 76 m; 8. W>. 
fr Keene. 19 m. B. R. A— Hinsdale, on Avhuelo'l B. R. Hack to alJ 
tnins. 8tag0toBrattl6boro,yt. 



BRODBBCK CANVAS CANOBa Send for price 
list. F. BRODBBCK, W. Box. Dist., Boston. 

120 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

OFFICBRS—CterJb, Robert McOangheni : Treaty Charles Holland; 
SOeetment D. W. Stearns, Edward Stebbina, O. N. Biggins"; Board </ 
Education, W. E. Fay, B. J. Temple, M. C. Dix; Board €f Health, 
Newton Stearns, Arad Gilbert, Edward Bergeron. 

Postmaster— Miss A. M. Barrows. 

Justices— H. F. Horton, 0. 8. Wilder.Q. P. Hooker, E. J. Temple 
O. B. Hopkins, B. L Latham, C. S. Fay, J. B. Holman, L. F. Lisoom, 
N. M. Worden, George A. Ash. 

Churches— Cong., W. E. Rehshaw; Meth., H. E. Parker: R. Cath. 
L. M. Wilde; Univ., D. L. Fisher. 

Exp. Ag't— H. G. Holland. 

SUt. Agt— U. D, White. 

Hotel— Holland A Ferrtn. Lawyer— E. J. Temple. 

Ins. Agt'S— B.J. Temple, G. 8. Wilder, T. W. Saben. 

Literary Institution— High School, C. H. Patterson, prin. 

Livery stables— 0. U. Higglns. N. Steams. F. Hinds. 

Societies— Wantastaqult Grange, A. of H.; Sheridan Post, Q. A.R.; 
Woman's Relief Corps; Unity Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Queen Esther Re- 
bekah Lodge; Vall«y Commandery, U. O. O. C; Riverside Colony, 
U. O. P. F.; Ashuelot Court. P. of A.; Squakhekg Tribe, I. O. R. M.; 
Golden Role Lodge, A. F. k A. M. 

Manufacturers— Boxes, John Snow : bnilders, L.A.Parks,M.H. Bard- 
well,L.W.Gos8, W.M.Hall ; carriages,!!!. S. Leach ; cashmerets, Haile t 
Frost Manurg Co., C. J. Amidon & Sons ; chisels and drawing knives, 
Jennings A GrIfHn MTg Co.; cigars, J. H. Brltton; Granite State 
mowing machines, Newhall & Stebbins; iron foundry, Merriman t 
Tilden; lumber, M. H. Bardwell, L. F. Liscom, O.A.Mason, L. A. 
Parks : planing mill and water tnbing, L. A. Parks ; soaps, B. A N. 
Worden & Co.; printer, H. Holland: wrapping paper, etc., G. A. 
Robertson A Co.. Fisk Paper Co.; tnrbine water wheels, J. R. Uolman ; 
brick, Akeley A Briggs ; byicksmiths, C. A. Pearson, M. S. Leach, 

C. A. Carkins; painters, J. B. Mann, W. O. J. Martin, Cbas. Bonm; 
barbers, Leon Drink wine, Don Belviile, jr., E. Dupee; laundry, R. 
W. Carpenter. 

Merchants— Holland A Richards, F. H. Fuller & Co., R. Mo- 
Caughern, G. 8. Howe, C. E. Keyon ; books and stationery, Worden 
Bros.; boots and shoes, W. H. Lyman; coal, G. S. Goddard, F. P.Hinds ; 
grain and feed, G. P. Wellington; grain and lumber, 
Butler Bros. ; confectionery, drags, Jones A O'Brien, The Worden Co., 

D. Martin A Co. ; fancy goods, Worden Bros. ; fish and oysters, Applin 
Bros. ; furniture, J. U. Weathorbee ; gents' furnishing goods, Jones t 
O'Brien; hardware, paintfl, oils etc., The Worden Co., Taylor & Steb- 
bins ; Jewelry, E. E. Stratton, Worden Bros. ; meat, E. T. Shaw, G. M. 

Wright, Bliss; merchant tailors, Jones A O'Brien, V. Cote; 

millinery, Mrs. L. P. Wise, 0. E. Keyon ; tinware and stoves, Taylor 
A Stebbins. 

Physicians— W. S. Leonard, M. C. Dix, 0. A. Gray, A. A. Pratte ; 
dentist, W. E. Fay. 
Public Telephones— Jones A O'Brien, E. E. Stratton. 
Telegraph— D. McCaughern. 

monument- 3 m. fr. Brattleboro, Vt., on 0. V. R. R. Daily 

stage. 

Postmaster- Helen S. Green. 

Church— Bap., . 

Manufacturers— Lumber, M. A. Lamson ; planing mill, water tnb- 
ing, mouldings and wooden ware, M. A. Lamson. 



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QUILD'S Green Mountain Sidney Core, beet remedy on 
oarth for kidney troable. Send for practical treatiee on 
the kidneys, to J. H. GUILD, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 121 

Mechanics — Blacksmith, M. A. Lanuon ; carpenters, M. A. Lain- 
•on, O. B. Tyler, S. T. Teaw. 

HOIiBERNES8, ORA FTOiV— Pop. 696. N. fir. 0. 60 m ; B. fr. 
Plymouth, 7 m. R, J2. a.— Ashland, 4 ni., on B. k M. R. R. White Mt. 
BiT. Stage and mail daily. Stage and mail three times a day in 
Angnst and September. 

OFFICERS— Om-JI; and Treat, R. P. Cnrry; /fe/«;ftii«n, Alfred Stan- 
ley, G. R. Piper, E. E. Willougbby; Board of Bduc<Ui<m, R. P. Cnrry, 
Jason Sanborn, Mrs. Winnie Willonghby; Board q/ Htalthf I. M. 
Jones, M. D., £. O. Bennett, N. P. Boynton. 

Postmaster— R. P. Cnrry. North, F. B. Morse. 

Justices— R. P. Curry. J. B. Huckins, N. B. Whitten, P. E. Shaw, 
C C. Shepard, R. P. Curry* John Perkins, Nathan Cox. 

Hotels— (Summer; Asqnam House, J. C. Blair; Mt. Llrermore 
House, B. F. Jewell; Mt. Morgan House, B. C. Bennett; Jewell Cot- 
tage, I>. H. Jewell; ** Innesfield," R. B. Piper; Lake Farm Honse, R. 
L. Flanders, prop. ; Squam Mountain House, I. W. Smith, prop., p. o. 
ad., Meredith, N. H. White Onk Cottage, H. S. Bnzzell, prop. ; Squam 
View House, E. J. Steeper, prop.; Central House, J. S. iNiTison, prop.; 
Oroton School Camp, a recreation school for boys. 

Literary Institutions— Holdemess School for boys, p.o.ad.Plymouth; 
Gamp ** Chocorua," a Summer Camp for boys ; Camp Asquam, a Sum- 
mer Cannp for boys ; St. Catharines in the Mountains, a recreation 
school for girls. 

Ex. Agt.— C. H. Roberts.' 

Church— F. Bap., 

Public Telephone— N. B. Whitten. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, W. H. Berry; B. Oozzens, p. o. ad. JVbrt^ 
C. M. Ames, p. o. ad. Plymouth. 

Mechanics— Carpenters, Chas. R. Cox, J. S. Perkins, A. B. Wil- 
longhby, G. B. B# Wallace. L. W. Mooney, J. H. Perkins, Joseph 
Roberts, Harry Leavitt ; blacksmith, L. F. Frost. 

Merchants— N. B. W bitten, T. B. Sanborn; North, F. E. Morse; 
dreesmakers, Miss Pierce, Mrs. H. E. Leavitt. 

JSOI«IilS, HILLSBOROUGH— Pop. 1,000. S. fr. C. 38 m ; W 
fr. Nashua 7 m. R. R. S.—UoIUb, on B. & M. R. R., Worcester A 
Nashua Div., 3 J^ m. fr. Center. Stage 8. 40 a m and 6.40 p m; also 
North Pepperell, on Fitchburg R. R., Milford Branch 3 m fr. Centre, 
conveyance from each traia. 

OFFICERS— Cfer*, C. B. Richardson ; T>-eas., Charles M. Stratton ; 
SeUctmen, S. F. Woods, N. F. Holcomb, Q. H. Blood; ColUctor, S. M. 
Bpauldiog; Board of Education, H. A. Goodwin, G. S. Hazard, C. F. 
Hayden; Board cf Health, 8. A. Worcester, C. W. Hardy, G. S. 
Hazard. 

Postmaster— G. B. Cleasby; Depot, F. W. Whelpy. 

Justices— B. J Colburn, E. T. Wheeler, C. W. Hardy, A. J. Farley, 
Yrankiin Worcester, C. B. Richardson, C. A. Hale. 

Church— Cong., S. L. Qerould. 

Ex. Ag'tS-C. W. Hardy, E. L. Hurd. 

SUt. k^{S— Depot, F.-H. Whelpy- No. Pepperell, E. L. Hurd. 

Boarding Houses— Mrs. M. A. Nutting, Amelia A. Paul, G. W. 
Woodin. 
Ins. Agt— C. B. Richardson. 

Livery SUbl»--0. T. Blood. 



When eTerything else has f ailed^o relieve, HtUAX 
RHEUMATIC CURE has relieved. 

122 BUSINESS DIRBOTORY. 

Societies— John H. Worcester Post, G. A. B.; Woman' Belief 
Corpn; HolIlB Orange P. of H.; Aurora Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Hollir 
Commaiidery, U. O. O. C. 

Manufacturers — Cooperage, Worcester Bros^ Hayden Bro8.t 
knit goods, J. L. Woods ; lumber, Worcester Bros^ Hayden Bros^ 
G. P. Hufr. 

Mechanics & Artisans— Blacksmiths, George Ladd^. A. Loyejoy; 
carpenters. 0. J. Pollock, Chas. Lewis, C. H. Adams, Wm. J. Gates, 
Frank Spauldinfc; dressmakers, Mrs. M. A. Nutting, Sirs. Sarah 
Smith: shoemaker and harness repair,J.Jo8eph Gates* nurses, Mrs. 
Abby JohDSOD, Mrs. Harriet L. Luud; painter, M. J. Powers; i>aper 
haneer, G. H. A. Dickermsn; plumber, S. E. Kimball; printer, uid 
clock repwirer, J. C. Uildretb; pumps, Nathan Willoagbby, 
wheelwright, W. L. Blaisdell; undertaker, Chas. Hale. 

Merchants— J. C. Hlldreth G. B. Cleasby. 

Physician— G. 8. Hazard. 

PuDlic Telephone— J. 0. Hildreth. 

Holton's— Hillsboro Co. R. R. station in town of Deering. 

HOOKSET, MERRIMACK— Vo^. 1,803. 8. B. ft*. C. 9 m. R. 
R. &— Hooksett, on C. R. R. and Soncook Valley K. R.; Martin's Fer- 
ry on 0. R. R. 

OFFICERS— Cter*. John C. Button ; 7Vea»., R. A. Lantiy ; Select- 
mm^ H. 0. Carbee, B. A. Tyrrell, Willis Worthley ; Board •/" JBdvca- 
Uon^ T. M. Togns, B. 8. Head, J. 8. Cole; Board of Healthy T. M. 
Togus, M. D., John 0. Datton, Frank Thomas JUartin^s. 

Postmasters— Geo. Robie; Martin, Ed win A. Tyrrill. 

Justices— J. W. Prescott, A. W. Prescott, G. A. Robie, J.S.Burbank, 
R. A. tantry, J. 8. Johnson, E. 8. Head, Warren Kelly, Edwin Tyr- 
ril. 

Church— Cong., W. 8. A. Miller ; R. C, A. F. Slmard. 

Stat., Exp. & Tel. Ag't— R. A. Lantry. 

Public Telephone— G. A. Robie & Son. ' 

Hotels— Aver House, Joseph 0. lugalls ; Kim House, Wyatt Eelley; 
Hawthorn House, J. Whitney. 

Livery Stables— Frank Bliss, 8. E. Worthley. 

Socieues— Hooksett Grange, P. of H.; Friendship Lodge, LO.O.F.; 
Hooksett Commandery, U. O. G. C. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, A. D.'' Brown, W. F. Head & Son, 
V. H. Boutin; bricks, W. F. Head & Son ; cotton cloths, Hooksett 
Mills, R. B. Smith, engineer and agt. ; lumber. W. F. Head & Son ; 
harnesseH and collars. B.J. Gile; painter, William Head; Merri- 
mack Electric Light, Heat and Power Co., R. B. Smith, chief engi- 
neer and manager. 

Merchants— Geo. A. Robie k Son, Arthur Racine, Samuel 
Head; meat, A. Racine ; fancy goods, Mrs. S. Head; bart}er8, Ernest . 
Hebert, Hermalne Boisvert. 

Physician— T. M. Togus. 

BEOPKINTON, MERRIMA CiC— Pop. 1,817. 8. W. from G. 7 m; 
R. R. JS.— Contoocook on B. & M. R. R. Daily stage to Concord. 

OFFICERS— C7er*, J. A. Fuller, p. o. ad. Contoocook ; Treas., W. A. 
Patterson, p. o. ad. Contoocook ; Selectmen^ John Kimball, 8. B. Mer 
rill, B. G. Runnel Is; Board of EducatioPy Delia A. Bohonan, G E 
Barnard, 8. T. Symonds; Board of Health, Cyrus Dustln, Cbntoo- 
cookr. True Putney, Chas. Lord. 

Postmasters-Gco. Kimball; West, Charles Rowell ; THamonA 
Mill, A. J. Eelley. 



Saye Freight by ordering Porter Screens shipped direct 
from the Factory. For sale by all Jobbers. 

Porter Screen Manufacturing Company. 

* 

BUSINESS DmSCTORT. 138 

Justices— G. A. Curtice, W. 8. Davie, G. K. Goodrich, G. 0. Blais- 
dell, J. 8. Kimball, J. M. Connor, I. D. Merrill, C. C. Lord, G. W. 
Currier, H. H. Crowell, J. A. Puller, P. I. Morrill, H. J. Davie, G. W. 
French, E. G. Kimball. C. T. Chase, W. B. Mudgett, T. B. Richard 
son, W. 0. Ru88, Wm. Tasker. 

Churches— Bap., E. Sanderson ; Cong., J. 8. Curtis ; ISpis., T. J. 
Drumm. 

Exp. Agt— David L. Gage. 

Hotel— Perkins Inn. 

Manufacturer— Leather, H. J. Chase. 

Merchants— Kimball k Co., Frank L. Flanders ; auctioneer, W. T. 
Greene : meat, W. T. French. 

Physician— W. K. Wadleigh. 

Livery Stable— £. L. Cht«e. 

Public Telephone— KimbHll k Co. 

Societies— Kearsarge Lodge, Eagle Enoampment, I. 0. 0. F.; 
Riverside Rebekah Lodge; Mt. Lookout Council 0. U. A. M.; Con- 
toocook r.odge, I. O. (3t. T; Contoocook Grange, Union Grange, P. of 
H.; CtoL Putnam Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Dustin 
Camp, 8. of V. 

Contoocook- Postmaster— W. A. Patterson. 

Churches — Bap., C. E. Hurd; Meth., Wm. Thompson; Swedenbor- 
gian, Manfred Lilliefors. « 

Exp. & Tel. Ag't— A. H. Currier. 

Hotel— Highland House, J. F. Morrill. 

NewmMHMr— Contoocook Independent. 

Fire Insurance Ag't— J. A. Fuller. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, E. G. Cilley ; builder, G. W. Paige ; 
lumber. D. F. Fisk: lumber and kits. F. I. Morrill & Co.; rules, etc., 
H. R. Hazel ton ; silk manufacturer, Conant Mf 'g Co. ; machine shop, 
W. 8. Davis; creamery butter, Deerfoot Farm Co. ; job printer, Wm. F. 
Fuller^ 

Merchants— Rand k Tasker, W. E. Mudgett, E. L. Stevens; 
millinery. Miss J. M. Johnson ; stoves and tinware, J. W. Woodard; 
coal, A. H. Currier; dressmaking, Lilla Hoyt; undertaker, Wm. A; 
Patterson; barber, Jas. Murphey. 

Physicians— G. C. Blaisdell, W. P. Beauclerk. 

Horn's JVIl I Is— Carroll Co. In town of Wakefield. Nearest 
R. R. station SaubomvUle. See Wakefield. 

Hnltltard's - Rockiugh «m Co. R a. station in town of Derry. 
See Lierry. 

HUDSOBr, HILLSBOROUGH— Vop. h092, 8. E. fr. C. 38 m; 
K. R. 8. — Hudson Center, on N. k R. R. R. The town is connected by 
Electric Railway with Lowell, Mass., 10 miles; and Nashua, N. H., 
\\A miles. Trips each way every half hour. 

OFFICERS — Cftrk and Treas.y G. G. Andrews ; Sele^Amen^ J. F. 
Wilson, J. A. Robinson, J. H. Lezollee; Board of Mucation^ F. P. 
Chapin, O. W Clyde, N.Wentworth; Board of Health, D. O. Smith, 
M. D.. Ezra Martin, H. 0. Smith. 

Postmasters— Geo. Andrews; Omter, H. C. Brown. 

Justices— Kimball Webster, J. B. Merrill, H. C. Brown, John J, 
Baker, G. G. Andrews, G.W. Clyde. 

Public T^lsphones— GtO, Andrswi; Center, H. C, ©row?*. 



Gulld't Green MounUin Kidney Cure^the best reme^ ever t^ _ 
for kidney troable. Handled t^ druggists all over the world, t 
will be sent by the proprietor. 

J. H. GUII.D. M. D.. Rupert, VI. 

124 BUSINESS DIRBCTOBT. 

Societies— HndsonQranffe^ P. of H.; Hndson Lodge, I. O. O. F.; 
Echo Rebekah Lodge; Hudson Commandery, U. O. G. C. 

Chiirohes—Bap., 0. D. Sweat; Cong., F. P. Ghapin ; Meth^ O. W. 
Bozzell. 

Manufketurers— Oarriages, Oummings Bros., E A. Martin; boxes, 
C. Melendv ; saependere. Chat. White ; cider mill, Maraball Bros. 

Meehanios and Artisans— Blackemiths, Commings Bros^ bnildefs, 
Hiram OiinnniDgs, I. N. Smith, G. A. Merrill; hHrnessmaker, Oeo. 
Merrill: painter, Jamea Hill: dressmaker, NelU» Gonrey. 

Merchants— Oeorge G. Andrews, H. G. Lewis, Baker Bros., H. Blan- 
obard. 

Physicians— D. 0. Smith. H. 0. Smith. 

Exp. Agt.— H. 0. Brown. 

Intervale— Carroll Co . B. R. station in town of Conway. See 
Conway. 

lona Carroll Co. In town of Albany. Stage A*om Conway. 
See Albany. 

Isle of Ahoals— Rockingham Co. Steamer from Portsmouth 
in Bommer. ^ 

Islands— Steamer from Lake Sanapee in summer. 

JACKSOIV9 CARROLL^Fop. 670. N. B. fir. C. 90 m ; N. fr. Oasf 
pee, 40 m. R. R. iS^.^Glen station, 3 m., on M. C. R. R. Daily stage. 

OFFICERS-^CferA,N. LTrfckey; Treas., G. H. Davie; Seleelmen, 
John Hodge, W. A. Mesenre, B. M. Fernald ; Board of Education, 
town, Mary Meserve. G. G. Hayes, W. I. Hayes; special diet., O. S. 
Meterve, J. A. Wiggin, S. M. Thompson; Board of Healthy Nelson 
Trickey, Geo. Trlckey, Chas. Hnrlin. 

Postmaster— Mrs. Sarah Stillings. 

Justices— M. C. Wentworth, C. B. Perkins. C. W. Gray, S. K. 
Thompson, Nelson Trickey, C. P. Perkins. 

Church— F. Bap., J. A. V\ iggin. 

HotelS-^ackson Falls, Trickey Bros.; Wentworth Hall, M. 0. Went- 
worth ; Glen Ellis House, 8. M. Thompson ; Eagle Mt Honse, C. B. 
Gale; Wilson's Cottage, J. L. Wilson; Gray's Cottage, Mrs. W. G. 
Gray ; Iron Mountain Honse, W. A. Meserve ; Gray's Inn, C. W. Gray; 
Carter Notch House, Perkins Bros ; Hotel Hawthorn, Jonathan E. 
Meserve; Perkins Cottage, E. B.Perkins; Mapleton Cottage, C. S. 
Meserve; Cliflf Cottaee, C. P. Perkins & Son* Highland Farm, S. D.. 
Meserve; Fernald Cottage, O. F. Fernald; Dana Farm, Otevin 
Dana. 
Manufacturers- Lumber, E. J. Gile,H. E. Brown, Burse ft WilgoB 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, B. W. Fernald, G. S. Fer- 
nald, J. Bnrse ; carpenters, A. C. Harriman, (*has. S. Meserve; dress- 
maker. Mrs. L. C. Pitman; artists, Mr. and Mrs. Q. N. Merrill; pho- 
tographer, A. H. Sanborn. 

Merchants- N. G. Perkins, F. H. Wilson. 

JAFFRET, CHESHIRE— Vo^. 1,469. S. W. ii-. C. 46 m ; S. B. fr. 
Keene, 15 m. R. R. SI— East Jaffrey, on Monadnock R. R. Publie 
conveyance to and from nil trains. 

OFKICBRS— Cter*, F. P. Wellman; Treas., Eatt,J. M. Pierce; fib- 
lectmen, Clarence S. Bailey, Charles W. Fassett, Burt Bacon ; Board 
of SdueaUon, E. M. Pierce, F. G. Humiston, L. W. Davis ; Overuer. 
AKred8awyer;J3oartfc/H«ttftA, N.W.Mower, R. A. Hubbard, A. 
A* Spoiford. 



F^-/^! ||VI/^\/ WATER and Ginffer Champagne, 

niQUINOX gi°!r»fff^.^'''-"-°"^' 

BUSINESS DIBBCTORT. 125 

Postmaster— Otnter, 8. H. Mower. 

Justices— 6. A. Phelps, P. 8. Pierce, L. W. Davis, Alfred Sawyer, 
J. H. Poole, Albert Annett, S. H. Mower. 

Church— Cimter, Cong., W. W. LiTingston. 

Ex. Agent— R. Keep. 

Hotel— Om/er, Gutter's, Jonas Cotter. 

Literary Institution— Conant High School. 

Livery Stable— C(na«r, Joe Lemere. 

Manuiacturers— Blacksmiths, Center, Fred Bunce. 

Merchant- S. H. Mower. 

Summer Boarding Houses— B. C. Shattuck, B. F. Lawrence, F. J. 
Lawrence, Mrs. A- D. Pierce, G. G. McCoy, Chas. Chamberlin. 

SocieUes—Jaffrey Grange, P. of H.; Geo. B. McClellan Post, G. A. 
R-; Woman's Relief Corps; Monadnock Lodge, I. 0. O. F.; Jaflfrey 
Bebekah Lodge. ^a«<— Chaiity Lodge: A. F. & A. M.; Signet Chap- 
ter, O. B. 8.; Jaflfrey Commandery, U. 0. G. C. 

Physician— Onter, G. A. Phelps. 

E»sC— Postmaster— M. M. Bascom. 

Churches— Bap., Henry Mansar : Cong., William Stewart ; Unir , 
M.L. Cutler. 

Hotels— Granite State, Benjamin Pierce, prop.; Mountain House, P. 
k S. Batchelder,p.o. ad. Fitzwilliam. 

Ins. Agents— Pierce & Rich. 

Livery Stables— A. >I. Caldwell. Eugene McCarthy. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, E. A. Cobum, C. L. Stratton ; blue 
drilling, White Bros.: builders. Liberty Town, Syl. Town, E. H. 
BaUey ; lumber, L. K. Sawtelle, Thomas Annett ; shoes, G. Fairbanks ; 
Granite State Tack Co. 

Merchants— J. 8. Lacy, M. M. Bascom, Qoodnow Bros, k Co.. 
meat, J. T. Crowe, P. B. Mead, P. E. Hogan ; 
milk, Benjamin Wilson, Will J. Mower, Edward Dillon ; dressmak- 
ing, M. Hogan, Carrie Bailey, Mrs. G. M. Towne, Mrs. Foley ; druggist, 
G. C. Duncan; tin and plumbing, A. A. Linnell; furniture, John 
M. Lamb. 

Physicians— 0. H. Bradly, F. Q. Humiston, F. G. Sweeney ; den- 
tist, U. C. Duncan. ! 

Sta. Ag't— Rotha Keep. 

JEFFERSON, COO*-Pop. 1,062. N. from C. 116 ; S. B. from 
Lancaster, 7 m. E. R. B. — Jefferson , on Whitefleld and Jefferson R. 
R. to Tillage. Maine Central R. R.. 2 m. from village. Riverton, 3 m. 
on Maine Central. 

OFFICERS— C:7«rl;, J. A. Hicks : Trecu.y Manasah Perkins ; SeUctmen, 
J. W. Crawshaw, J. A. Rodgers, James Hight; Board of HeaUh, N. 
M. Davenport, Jas. Darby, M. D., Joseph DhyiB^eadows. 
• Postmasters— R. B. Eastman; Highlands, Q. W. Crawford; J/e<ufow, 
Frank Sawyer, Hiverton, I. G. Noyes. 

Justices— N. R. Perkins, R. B. Eastman, W. J. Chamberlain, M. 
Perkins, I. G. Noyes, Geo. Evan?, J. F. Willoughby, A. F. Mason, 
John Morse. 

Churches— Bap., Heiner; Meth., E. 0. Bullock. 

Public Telephone— C. H. Bnrnham, Waiunbek House. 

Society— Stor King Grange. 

Hotels & Livery Stables— Waumbek Hotel, Horace Porter, mgr.; 
Mt. Adams House, John Crawshaw ; Plaisted House, P. C. Plaisted ; 
Crawford House, B. A. Crawford ; Pliny Range House, G. W. Crawford ; 
l^ighlaod House, J, L. Pot^a; Grand View House ; Qold Spriof 



Winship Teamen' Agenpf, 8 Someraet St., Boiton. S. 
B. Baroau of Education — The oldest Toaohen'. Agenoj 
in New England. 

126 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

HonM, W. H. Orawford; Hill ENde Barm, N. M. DaTeoport; Lookoff, 
H«ffht Brot. 

Manunieturers— Lamber, Mark Blnaa, Jewett A Son. 

Mechanles—Blacksmiths, Albion Holmes, Ntcbolaa Tattle; build- 
er, Abner Davis; matoDs, Geo. Milee, Seth Roberts. 

Merchants— 8. M. LeTett A Bon ; Brown Lutnber Go. ; Wm. Hoag, 
Irving James. 

Physician— G. H. Barnham. 

Xollj— Belknap Ck>. SttMmer from Lakeport in summer. 

K«areaflr« -Carroll Co. In town of Conway. Stage from 
North Conway. See Goaway. 

KEEBTE, Ci7i:»i7/i2£-Gity and Sbire Town. Pop. 7,146. 8. W. 
tr. 0. 62 ni. R. R. iSf.— Keeno, on Cheshire R. R. Ashuelot R. R. A 
M A K R R 

OFFlbsRS-JTayor, G H. Eamec Ctty G7«r&. J. P. Wellman ; dtg 
Treasurer f R. H. Porter; Juditor, Charles H. Hersey ; SoUcUor, John 
;T. Abbott; Collector, A. M. Nims ; Mestenger, J. F. Bmmons ; Marshal, 
George Cole; Constables. J. F. Emmons, Geo. 

Cole; Police Jmtice, L. W. Holmes; Physician, V. M. Dinsmoor; 
Sexton, C. A. Mason ; Overseer of P[>orf E. H. Fletcher ; Water 
Commissioners, N. 0. Gtirnsey.G. W. Fisher, CM. Norwood ; Librarian 
Mary F. Sheldon ; Assessors, D. A. Brown, F. H. Whitcomb. D. R. 
Cole ; Chi^ Engineer of Fire Department, J. Q. Jones Ist Assistant, 
0. H. Fay ; 2d Assistant, F. M Davis, Sd Assistant, F. W. Towoe; 
AldermM, Ward 1. H. J. Fowler ; Ward 2, Flavel Beal ; Ward 3, H. W. 
Stone ; Ward 4, W. R. Porter ; Ward 5. W. T. Nims; Oouncilmen, 
Ward 1, George V. Little, Warren W. Blssell, G.M. Reed; Ward 2, 
Samuel Patrick. Lnuis H. Nims, Austin A. Bllisj Ward 3, George F. 
Stone, Osgoed W. Upham, Chas. E. Ward; Ward 4, M. C. Ellis, 
Robert T. Kingsbury, Fred B. Barrett ; Ward 5, Cornelias B. Sulli- 
van. John Driscoll. John Diebl. 

The City Councils meet on the first and third Tharsdays of each 
month, at 7 : 30 o'clock p. m. 

The City Andltor sits every Saturday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 o'clock 

P.M. 

Postmaster— F. A. Barker; South Keene, F. E. Joy. 

Justices— J. I. Abbott, G. H. Aldrich, H. C. Aldrich, B. o. Aldrich, 
J. R. Beal, F. A. Barker, A. W. Baker, Hiram Blake, C. T. Buffura, A. 
T. Batchelder, D. C. Ball, D. A. Brown, C. CBuflTum, Milton Blake, 
L. J. Brooks, W. B. Brooks, L. W. Bissell, G. A. Brown, H. 0. Cool- 
idge, G. W. Clyde, 0. B. Cain, J. J. Donahue, H. H. Darling, O. G. 
Dort, S. M. Dinsmore, W. H. Elliot, F. A. Faulkner, Hosea Foster* 
F. C. Faulkner, G. W. Flagg, Arad Fletcher, E. H. Fletcher, S. O. 
Gates, Z. K. Graves, Edward Gustine, W. W. Glazier, W. W. Glazier,* 
Jr., Silas Hardy, D. K. Healey, C. H. Hersey. G. C. Hill, L. W. 
Holmes, D. K. Healey, H. H. Haskell, B. J. Inman, J. K. Jewett, F. 
H. Kingsbury, Horatio Kimball, B. A. Kingsbury, E. F. Lane, G. A. 
Litchfield, G. W. McDulTee, Joseph Madden, A. M. Nfmms, F. 0. 
NIrama, W. N. Patten, F. A. Perry, J. Q. Perry, A. W. Presler, 8. 8. 
Quinn, C. F. Rowell, I. W. Russell, C. G. Shedd, D. H. Sawyer, Frank 
Stow, J. S. Taft, W. 8. Tuttle, N. B. Vial, V. A. Wright, D. H. Wood- 
ward, C. F. Webster, Leonard Wellington, C H. Whitney, G. D. 
Wheelock. J. B. Wright, 0. J. Woodward, J. P. Wellman, Samuel 
Wardsworth, P. H. Whitcomb, a W. Wilbur, C. E. Watkias. John 
AUwmA, J, H0ldWI,.W..G,.Pen7, *♦ f V . W««aB, uynfl 



C. S. GATES, BICYCLE DEALER and REPAIRER, 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 

business dieectory. 127 

Churches— Bap., ; lit Cong., Wm. G. Poor; 2d 

Oong., Archibald McCord; Bpte., 0. Applegate, Jr. ; Meth., H. C. 
Pendexter; R. Oath., F. D. O'Neil j Unit., G. B. Elder; Bethanj Mis- 
sion, F. L. Spragae; UdIt., Bey. J. H. Little. 

Eating Houses— N. G. Gamsej, O. Lettenmayer, Mrs. A. A. Makin, 
O. F. Lyon, Keene Coffoe Rooms, Peter Marriott, Erving DaviH. 

Banks—Keene Nat., E. Joslin, pres., W. L. Mason, ca!>h.; Cheshire 
Nat. , W. H. BUiott^res. W. R. Porter, cash.; Citizen's Nat., O. G. 
Dort, pres., A. L. Wright, cash.; Ashnelot Nat., Q. A. Wheelock, 
pres., J. E. Wright, cafh.; Keene Guarantee Sayings, G. G. Davis, 
pres., F. E. Kiogshnry, treas.; Keene Fiye Cent Savings. C. C.Bnff- 
«m, pres., G. A. Xitchfleld, treas.; Cheshire Prov. Inst, for Savlnjts, 
A. T. Batchelder, pres., O. G. Nims, treas.; Keene Savings Bank. G. 
C. Hill, pre^., H. E. Fhj, treas. 

Exp. Ag'ts— 8. Patrick, Hovey'a Express Co. 
Hotels— Eagle, Putney A Bnckminster; City Hotel, Stiles k 
Orayes ; Cheshire House, Cbas. Hartwell. 

Ins. Ag*ts— Five, G. H. Aldrich ft Son, Sawyer A Mason, Geo. F. 
Ball, C. B. Perry; life, J. J. Donahue, Jesse Lewis, A. B. Peters, O. 
E. Beckwlth. 

Ins. Company— Cheshire County Mutual Fire, W. H. Elliott, sec. 
Lawyers— ^Batchelder ft Faulkner, D. H. Woodward, Leonard Wel- 
lington, Hiram Blake, Silas Hardy, W. H. Elliot, C. H. Hersey, J. T. 
Abbott, Joseph Madden, Holden ft Stowe, John Allen. 

Literary Institution— Keene High School, B. A. Ray, prin.; Keene 
Fortnightly Club, Mrs. Katharine Wright, pres. 

Uvery Stables— S. P. Bowker, J. W. Buckminister, E. G. Bnzzel', 
W. N. Chase, G. A. Nims ft Co., A. L. Putney, H. M. Wilder. 

Societies— Social Friends Lodge, Lodge of the Temple, St. John's 
Ck>uncil, Cheshire Chapter, Hugh de Payens Commandery, A. F. ft 
A. M.; Beaver Brook Lodge, Monadnock Encampment, I. O. 0. F.; 
Friendship Bebekah Lodge; Ancient Order Hibernians, and Ladies' 
Auxiliary: Keene Commandery, U. O. G. C; Monadnock Colony, U. 
O. P. F.; Roaring Brook Lodge, K. of P.; Glen Wilson Court, F. of 
A.; Keene Lodge. A. O. U. W.; John Sargent Post, G. A. R.; Woman's 
Belief Corps; Col. T. A. Barker Camp, S. of V.; Cheshire Grange, P. 
of H.; Pokahoket Tribe, I. O. R. M.; Massawippi Council, D. of P.; 
Amherst Council, R. A. 

Manufkctorers, Mechanics and Artisans— Biack^iths, C. W. 
Brooks, W. K. Church, Young Jones, J. b, Leonard. Reuben Ray, A. 
H. Bice, i'Bundeis ft Gorman, J, H Spencer; book binding and blank 
books, W. H. SpauUer'ft Co., G. H. Tilden & Co.; boots and shoes.C. 
B. Lancaster ft Co., G. P. Drown: bottlers, N. G. Guernsey ft Co.; O. 
Lettenmayer; box makers, H. J. Fowler, 0. M. Norwood ft Son, J. M. 
Reed; brick, G. F. Ball, E.F. Lane, C. L.Russell, Barrett ft Alden; 
bucket hoops. The O. D. Beverstock Co., Keene Hoop Co.; builders, 
P. K. Bnmhsm, Ellis ft Thayer, O. R. Fowler, G. A. Gordon, B. F. 
Sawyer, C. M. Wbite; carriages and sleighs, J. ft F. French, R. C. 
Jones; chairs, Burdett Chair Co., Cheshire Chair Co., L. J. Col- 
ony. Dunn ft Salisbury, Albert W. Green ; flannels, Faulkner ft 
Colony; furniture, Keene Furniture Co.; glue, Keene Glue C<>.; flour 
and feed, D. R. ft F. A. Cole. Eameeft Towne, H. R. Parker, 
J. Cashing ft Co.; harnesses, J. Carpenter, Norman Denio, O. W. 
Howard, Wilkinson ft McGregor; foundry, Humphrey Machine Co., 
ladders, Alonzo Green; lumber C. H. Ellis, Nims, Whitney ft Co.; 
Stoddard Lumber Co.; oil cans. Impervious Package Co.; pails and 
paU stock, Beaver Mills Co., J. P. Rust & Co., Est. of N.G.Woodbury, 



pl/^l 1 1 iv l/^V/ WATER and Ginger Champagne, 

lQUiNQX Si^^^^^f^'^"''^""'^ 

128 BUSINESS DIRECTORT. 

M. v. Damon, F. W. Davis; sash, doors and blinds, C. H. EUis, Nlms 
Whitney A Ck>., Sherman Bros.; shafting and pulleys, Humphrey 
MaohiDe Shops, H. W. Hubbard ; soap, Morse Bros.; pottery, J. S. 
Taft & Co.; toys, Wilkins Toy Co.; water wheels. Humphrey Machine 
Go.; window screens. A. E. fish & Co., Keene Screen Ck>.; barbers, 
Frank Barrett, W. M. Cheesman, John Dinagan, A. Y. Edwards, W. 
T. Glvnn, L. B. Harper, E. G. Hemphill. Wilson A Justice G. C. 
Woods; dressmakers, Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs. J. C. Austm, Mrs. 
EUsha Ayer, Mrs. M. J. Blair, Miss Jnlia Britton, Miss Caroline 
Davis, Mrs. A. E. Ellis, Miss Mary A. Gorman, Mrs. N. H. Greeo, 
Mrs. C. M. Lane, Miss Maggie V. O'Brien, Mrs. A. I. Perry; laun- 
dries, Keene Steam Laundry, J. A. Toof, prop., Oheshire Laundry, 
F. H. WUkii sj nurses, Mrs. M. G. Brown, Mrs. N. S. Estey, Mrs. M. 
J. Oumsey, Mrs. Ellen Heaton, Mrs. Jennie Hirsh, Mrs. L. M. Ho- 
vey, Mrs. J. Jones, Mrs. O'Dette, Mrs. Alma Reed, Mrs. A. G.Sabin, 
Mrs. M. L. Seaver, Mrs. Betsey Shelley, Mrs. B. G. Thomas. 

GEO. H. LOVEJOY, 

Manufacturer of Spruce^ JVhite. Hemlock^ Balsam and Pine 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

dealer in Shingles^ Clapboards. Lath, Rough and Finish 

Lumber^ Builders^ Paper ^ Roofing Paints^ Steam Heating 

Fixtures^ Piping^ etc.^ etc. Special prices on car lots. 

CHESTEB, TERHONT. 

Merchants— Auctioneers, W. 8. Tuttle, G. L. Goodwin, 
Granville Mark well; books, stationery and periodicals, Q. H. 
Tilden & Co., W. H. Spalter &, Co.; boots and shoes, Frank H. 
Wright, C. M. Gummings. J. M. Duffey, Boston Branch Shoe Store, 
W. S. Harris, G. B. Sullivan, W. L. Goodnow Co., Fred Hastings; 
clocks and watches, W. E. Wright, H. B. Fay, Frank L. Pond, A. B. 
Skinner Co., S. S. Quinn; clothing, J. R. Beal & Co., J. F. Whit- 
comb, Chase A Richards, Keene Cash Clothing House, Leaton B. Ma- 
son, W. L. Qoo#now Co. ; tlrugs and medicines, G. L. Hitchcock, B. L. 
Hodgkins, Bullard k Shedd, Frank G. Dort & Co., G. G. Sawyer k Go., 
Aldrich & Dutton ; dry goods. Hardy A Co., W. P. Chamberlain, J. F. 
Whitcomb, W. G. Hall estate, A. B. Skinner Go.; dry goods and 
groceries. A. H.Grimes; embroidery and hairwork, Mrs P. K. Proctor; 
notions, Provonchee & Co., C. E. Gilmore; fish. S. Babcock A Sons ; 
florists, Ellis Bros. ; furniture, Woodbury k Howard, Goodnow k 
Whitcomb ; groceries, 0. H.Bridgmau, M. V. B.Clark, Abbott Grocerv 
Co., G. E. Holbrook & Co.. Nichols k Wardwell, P. H. McCushing, F*. j 
Beal. F. E. Keyes, Pike & Pearsons, Eli Ghabot, W. E. ^ 
Phillips; hardware, Spencer A Co., Knowlton 

A Stone; hats and caps, Keene Gash Clothing store, J. R. Beal A Co., 
Lestou E. Mason, Chase A Richards, W. L. Goodnow Co.: ice, Pierce A 
Towne, C. H. Fairfield ; meat and provisions, C. W. Wyinan, Central 
Market, G. Warren, F. W. Burr, Nlms Bros., E. H. Bulard, F. Harring- 
ton, Barrett & Fogg, Lane Whitney Go.; millinery, A. V. Richardson 
A Co., Mrs. C. E. Keith, Mrs. F. S. E. Wells, Ida S. Kirk, Mrs. H. 
E. Lane ; musical instruments, music, G. G. Beedle, Q. F. Nichols, H. 
B. Lake; stoves and tinware, Davis A Wright, Kirk A Sewell; tea, 



I 






A Few Advantages Offered by the 



RATTL[BORO .•. RETfiEAT, 

A Private Hospital for Nervous and 
l^entai Invalids. 




uttttatecl in one of the most healthful and pic- 
ue sections of the Green Mountain State, 
tt has a wi>oded pEirk of mote than fifty acres. 
It has more than nine miles of drives and shaded 

walks within the grounds. 
It 18 supplied with an abundance of pure spring 
wBter from the neighboring hills. 
L It has well appointed cottfiges, picturesquely situ- 
I ated, open to all quiet cases during the summer 
I months. 

I Especial attention is given to light and ventilation, 
^^t employs all modern means for the treatment of 
^ft nervous and mental disorders, including nervous 
^r exhaustion. 

J Tlie wards are made attractive and home-like, and 
I the fullefit personal liberty is granted to all. 

Each patient receives individual attention and is 

carefully studied. 
Alcoholic and Narcotic Habitues will be received ; 

also a few quiet EpilepticB. 
It has a large ejym nasi um fitted with modern appli- 

ancest a billiard room and a bowling alley. 
It ia easy of acce^a from jioints in New York state. 
New England states and Canada, and is but ten 
nirmitf^* walk from thi- railroad station. 

The rates for board anil medical treatment vary ac- 

• cording to requirements, from four to ten dollars 
per week- 

All cotrespoudence should be addressed to the Super- 
intendent, 

8* E. LAWTON, M. D., Brattleboro, Vt, 



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Rheumatic Cure. 

BUSINESS DraBOTORY. 129 

New Era Tea Co.; tobacco and cigars, 0. Lettenmayer, Gnrnsey 
Bros, k Co. ; yaukee uotions and picturea, A. A. Clough, 0. £. Gilmore 

Physicians— I. J. Prouty, S. M. Dinsmore, G. C. 
Hill, H. K. Faulkner, J. B. Hyland, W. E.Maloney, Elisabeth B. Reed, 
F. M. Dinsmore ; horoeo., G. W. Flagg, F. D. Worcester: dentists, B. 
T. Olcott, M. E. Loveland, G. H. Rusnell, B. 0. Russell, H. R. Real, 
M. V. Wright, 0. A. Wright. J, B. Dnflfey, A. F. Bnrrett. 

newspapers— Keen e Sentinel (daily and weekly). Sentinel Print- 
ing Pub. Co.; Cheshiie Republican (weekly), J. D. Colony & Son. 

InsUtutions— EUiot City Hospital, Wm. H. Elliott, pres., W. R. 
Porter, treas.; Invalidb' Home, Mrs. Maria A. GriflBn, pres., I. N. 
Spencer, treas. 

Public Library— 4,000 vols., Mrs. L. M. Converse, librarian. Open 
every day from 2 to 9 P. M. 

ReeneGas and Electric Light Co— G. M. Rossman, Supt 

Tel. Ag'ts— Geo. F. Barker, F. H. Gove. 

Telephone— Geo. L. Rice. 

K«lleyTllle— Snllivan Co. R. R. station in town of Newport. 
See Newport. 

KENSIXOTOir, ROCKINGHAM— Vop. 647. S. E. fr. C. 44 m. 
8. W. fr. Portsmouth, 15 m ; S. fr. Exeter, 4 m. R. R. S.— Hampton 
Falls, 4 m.; Amesbnry, 5 ra., on Eastern R. R.; Exeter, 4 m., and 
East Kingston, 3U, on B. k M. R. R. Stage fr. Exeter to Ainesbury. 

OFFICERS— C««*, Daniel Dearborn ; 7Vm«., W. A. Hilliard ; Settct- 
we»», J. F. Gill. B. F. Rowe, Alva Br.»wer; Board of Education, J. D. 
Prescott, D. E. Palmer, I. D. Gove; Road Commissioners, S. W.Shaw, 
F. H. Poor. S. Brown, jr.;^Board of Health, Lewis (iove, EUery Wad- 
leigh, Daniel Prescott. 

Jmtlreg— J. W. Brown, W. N. Shaw, J. A. Blake, J. N.Austin. 

Postmaster— Mary E. Warner. 

Churches— Chris., — — ; Cong., D. Frazier ; Univ., 

P. W. Gibbs; Unit., George Osgood. 

Societies— Kensington Grange, P. of H.; Hoosac Div., S. of T. 

Manufacturers — ^Lumber, Francis Hilliard. 

Mechanics — Blacksmiths, E. G. Stevens, S. C. Chase, Howard 
Towie; builders, 0. W. Brown, Charles Card, George Shaw; bargeing 
and stone teaming, S. N. Hobbs, Frank Poor. 

Merchants— Francis Hilliard, Mary E. Warner. 

Kej«e — Sullivan Co. See Lempster. 

KIHrOSTON, ROCKING ff A M—Vop. 1160. S. B. fr. C. 38 m ; 8. 
fr. Exeter, 6 m. R. R. S.— East Kingston, 2]^ m. on B. A M. R. R.; 
stage and mail, every train. 

OFFICERS— Cferife, C. E. Cilley ; Selectmtn, F. A. Woodman, A. H. 
Marshall, John French ; Board of Education, A. P. Nason. Mrs. A. 
E. Lyford, L. S. Bartlett; Board of Health, Thomas Reynolds, M. D.. 
Henry Sweeney, M. D., Frank Woodman. 
Postmaster— John B% Towle; South G. F. Quimby. 

Justices— O. H. Key, D. J. Bakie, J. W. Sanborn, 0. E. Cilley, M. 
J. French, W. S. Clark, H.L. Sweeney, W. G. Wilson, J. W. Pres- 
cott, H. P. Collins, Ezra Pfl^e. C. C. S. Stevens, T. O. Rev- 

nolds, Henry French, L. W. Collins, F. A. Woodman, P. W. 

Nichols, John Towle, W. A. Bakie, Geo. Quimby. 
Churches— Cong., W. F.Warren, Bap.. ; Meth., J. W. BeaQi 

Univ., supplied by A. J. Patterson, D. D. 
Ex. AgUs— D. J. Bakio and J. S. Towle. 



Winibip T^aohtft' Agenoy, 8 Somenet St, Boston. N. 
R Boreati of Bdaoation — ^The oldatt T«acli«n* Agenoy 

in New England. 

13Q BUSINESS DIBBCTORT. 

Fire iBtarance—L. O. Hoyt. 

Pablle Telephoae, office at C. C. S. Stevens* store. 

Hotels— Kingston House, A. B. Ingham. 

Lavryers— Lonis 0. Hoyt, 0. H. Key. 

Literary Institutions— Kingston Academy, Grace Sanborn, prin. ; 
Sanborn Seminary, F. T. Farnsworth, prin. 

gAHetlea— Gideon Lodge, A. F. k A. M.; Corinthian Ohapter, O. B. 
8.; H. L. Potter Poat, G. A. R.; Columbian Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Both 
Rebekab Lodge; Kingston Grange, P. of H. 

Manufacturers— BlaclKsmiths, S. W. Stevens, C. B. Marsh, 
Joel S.Collins; body maker, AIoiieo Gobs, Perrln W. Nich- 
ols; carriages, Cilley A Stevens, S. 0. Marshall, H. W. Marshall, W. 8. 
Clark, G. F. Carter, Baker Bros. ; carriage stock, J. P. Marshall, J. 
W. Sanborn, Alonzo Goes, £. A. Prescott; lumlier, Walter Bartlett, 

C. B. Clark, J. P. Kimball, F. W. Parker, H. French ; shoes, L. W. 
Collins ; South, Fealy & Moody; tinware, John T. Clark. 

Merchants —Groceries, Bakie Bros., G. H. Emery, C. C. S. Stevens; 
South, J. W. Collins; provisions, Geo. M. Bakie; stoves, Ac, J. T. 
Clark. 

Physicians— T. 0. Reynolds, H. L. Sweeny. 

UiCONIAf 5^1iiriV:i4P— Shire city. Pop. 11,000. N. fr. C, 
27 m. R. R. &— Laconia, on B. ft M. R. R. Conveyance to every train. 
Lakeport, 1 m., The Weir's, 6 m. 

OFFICERS— J/ayor, C. L. Pulsifer, Clerk, S. 0. Frye; Treaa., A. W. 
Dinsraore; Oouncilment Jacob Sanborn, D. B. Story. C. F. Richards, 
H. W. Carey, G. K. Stevens, C. F. Story, James MrGlonghlio, J. F. 
Merrill, T. A. Edwards, W. J. Webster, J. E. Wilson, G. B. HuU, E, 

D. Ward; Boordo/JSiuca^ton. A. H. Uarriman, A. C. Moore, W. A. 
Plummer, C. W. Tyler, J. G. Quimby, L. B. Warner, C. L. Pulsifen 
Solicitor, S. S. Jewett: Oversetrs, Arthur Tucker, A. C. S. Bandlett; 
Board of Health, P. B. Elklns, B'etr*; D. L. Davis, Lakeport; W. 
H. True, M. D.; Cit]/ Physician^ J. G. Quimby, M.D.; OaUector, F. 
A. Young. 

Postmasters— F. L. Gilman ; Lakeport, W. H. Jones ; The Weiri, 

F. W. Story. 

Justices— E. A. Hibbard, G. R Somes, L. 8. Perley, B. P. Jewell, 

G. A. Hatch, W. F. Knight, G. B. Lane, W. L. Melcher, 0. W. Teb- 
betts, G. H. Everet, J. W. Ashman, C. R. Hibbard, A. C. Leavitt, 
Frank Bdgerly, J. G. Jewett, W. S. Peaslee, S. 8. 
Jewett. D. R. Story, T. W. Thompson, J. C. Shannon, F. R. Folsom, 
N. J. D^er. F. M. Beckford, Lester Philbrcok, T. F. Ford, S. N. Mar- 
tin, A. M. CkyggaweH, G. B. Cox. F. L. Gilman, O. ▲. 
Sanders, J. L. Hatchelder, A. S. Gordon, F. W. Fowler, F. A. Tonng, 
F. W. Truland, H. L. Wilkinson. W. L. Prescott, F. W. Story, Al- 
bert Colby, H. E. Durgin. W. A. Plummer, Edmund Little, M. B. 
Plummer, John ."^pauIding, C. E. Leavitt, M. J. Calla- 
ghan, F. J. ghjinnon, S. C. Frye, G. W. Cole, C F. Locke, A. 8. 
Owen, H. B. Quinby. B. P. Drake, B. D. Ward, J. H. Story, C. W. 
Tyler, R. C. Sanborn, T. 8. Fuller, G. 8. Davis, L. M. Gould, 
A. J. Owen. F. H. Champlin Wm. Nelson, H. W. Carey, J.F. Traik, 
C.E. Sleeper, C. P. Dow, E. A. Badger, N. A. Briggs, E. H. Shannon, 
J. A. Patten. Henry Tucker, E. H. Blaisdell, F. F. Blkins. C. W. 
Vaughan, W. H. Lamprey, F. L Kendall, W. D. VeaEey, A. T. Gnay. 
D. B. Little, Arthur Tucker. G. P. Mnnsev, 0. T. Mussey. W. M. 
lUckert, C. H. Dow, G. W. Weeks, T. E. J»rescott, J. P. Oa^r, A. C, 



f^j<wt ■■K%/-^\/ WATER and Oinger Champagne, 
I III liriilX Equinox Spring Co., F. H. OR VIS, 
■— H^" lV^/\ Manchester. Vt: 

BUSINESS DIRBCTORT. 131 

Moore, B. 8. Cook, W. O. White, A. C. s! Randlett, F. J. Brown, H. 
F. Elkins, H. B. Brown. 

BankS^National, 0. W. Tibbetts, cashier ; People's National, B. 
Little, cashier ; Belknap SavinKS, J. W. Ashman, cashier ; Laconia 
darings, Bdmnnd Little, treas.; City Savings, 0. W* Tlbbetts, treas. 

Churches— 0. Bap., J. B. Slocain;Cong.,C. A. G. Thurston; F. Bap- 
tist, J. B. Jordan; Meth., A. L. tfrnithv Christian, J. E. Evering- 
ham ; R. Cath., J. R. Power, J. Monge ; Unit, Heber Rice ', Epis., 
Lncins Waterman, D. D. 

Conservatory— G. P. Dow, prop.— F. P. Grant. 

Eating Houses— J. R. Champlin, John Truland, George Picard. 

Ix. Ag't— W. W. Wb4tcher, D. H. Elliott. 

Hotels— Bagle, French A Farwell ; LHkeside House and Winne 
eoette House, G. W. Weeks, prop. ; City Hotel, F. O. Wallace; Hotel 
Weirs, Dr. J. A. • reene; Kirt and Hotel. 

Ins. Agents— Fire and life^ The Melcher & Prescott Agency, G. 
H. A W. G. Bverett, F. A. Young, W. L. Prescott. 

Lighting Go's.- Laconia Electrict Ligbtii.g Co„ F. J. Merrill,man- 
ager; Winnipi^eogee Gas and Electric Co., N. J. Edgerly, treas. 

Laconia and Lake Village Water Works— W. L. Melcher, pros. 

Lawyers— B. A. A C. B. Hibbard, W. S. Peaslee, G. B. Cox, N. J. 
Dyer, E. H. Shannon, F. M. Beckford, Jewell, Stone, Owen & Martin, 
Jewett A Pliimmer, W. H. Flanders. 

Livery Stables— A. J. Hart A Son, Philbrook Bros., G. E. KnowL 
ton^D. K. Marsh A Co., L. B. Woodman, W. C. McClosky. 

Manufacturers — Blacksmiths, J. H. Mitchell, S. D. McGloughlin. 
H. W. Libby. Jos. LeFleur, Bus4 Wilkins; Laconia Ice, Coal and 
Wood Co.; brick, TFetVa, W. J. Morrison; builders, A. L. Davis, 
Gardner Cook A Son, F. G. Berry, J. C. N. Davis T. Guay; bottlers, 
Belknap Bottling Co., J. R. Champlin, H. D. Cilley; carriages, E. 
A. Chabe, D. C. Kellogg ; picture frames, J. C. Follett. J. L. Moore 
A Son ; civil engineers, L. S. Perley, F. G. Berry, Wm. Nelson; 
doors, sash and blinds, G. Cook A Son, J. Boulia A Co., Laconia 
Lumber Works ; freight and passenger cars, Laconia Car Co. ; foundry, 
J. HcGonghlin,I#aconia Car Co.,A.S.Gliddeu&Co. ;gas,Winnii)iBeogee 
Gaa AE. L. Co.,N. J. Edgt^rly, Tr.; grist mill, J. 8. Morrill; guns, 
Wm. Lawrence; hosiery, Pitman MTg Co., Esty M'fg Co., O'Shea 
Bros. M'fg Co., Hodgson & Holt Manufacturing Co., J. W. Busiel A 
Co., J. p. Morin, Union Hosiery Co.,Marshall & Rowe ; knitting ma- 
chines, W. D. Huse, Hodgson A Holt MTg Co., Am. Twist Drill Co.; 
marble, 0. Z. Rankin, Lamprey A Eenison; paper boxes, F. G. Bea- 
man, E. Tetley ; photogrHphers, B. A. Elsam, George F. Mcintosh, 
T. J. Moulton; printers, Trnland Bros., Novelty Job Print, Laconia 
Democrat, News A Critic, Weeks Bros.. C. L. Clark A Co.;F.H.Coffln; 
shoddy, Rowe A Co. ; shingles, laths and clapboards, Laconia Lumber 
Works, G. Oook A Son, T. J. Guay ; steam and gas fitters, C. H. 
MiOor, W. D. Huse, Thos. McNamara, W. B.Stevens & Co. ; upholster- 
ers, Longee Bros., Knight A Robinson, H. J. Shastany ; boots and 
shoes, Waverly Shoe Co. 

Merchants — ^Auctioneer, J. C. Shannon : auction room, Chas. F. 
Story, prop.; books, Chas Maher, J. F. Harriman, E. F. Wood- 
man; boots and shoes, O'Shea Bros., Hearn Shoe Store, J. La 
Pointe, Perkins A Titus ; coal and wood, G Cook A Son,Laconia Coal, 
Wood and Ice Co., D. K. Marsh A Co.; clothing and furnishing goods, 
0«ie» Bros, Lougee Bros., G. W. Dolloff, J. B. F. Bell, D. 

(KLeary, New York Clothing Co., McCarthy Bros. ; confectioners, 



TRUAX RHEUMATIC CURE 

Is sold entirely upon its meritB* 

132 BUSINSS8 DIRBCTOBT. 

Mrs. 0. D. Browu, Chas. Mhher, W. P. Shannon, Cbas. Cbxmer, Qeo. 
Pirard, Jolin Tniland, E. F. Woodman; cigars and tobacco, R. G. 
Sullivan, G. Picard, John Trtiland; carpets. O'Shea Bros^ Loagee 
Bros., Knigiit A Eobinsun; drugs and medicines, G. F. Mallard, 
J. H.Story, W. E. Foster, H. S. Sanborn; drygoods, Longee Bros., 
McCarthy Bros., O'Shea Bros., Knight A Huntress; fish, A.R.OoIIIbs, 
A. N. Clarlc ; meat, Swilt Beef Co. ; fishing tackle, J. F. Harriman, 
Laconia Hardware Co., E. • F. Woodman; fancy goods, J. F. 
Harriman, H. 8. Sanborn, E. F. Woodman, A. 8. Gordon, Ob- 
good & Co., J. H. Story, G. F. Mallard, W. B. Foster; groceries, J. 
P. AtkiuBon. John Parker Smith, F. 0. Watson, C. H. Watson * 
Co., 0. D. Brown, P. W. Udd, King Ritchie, P. Blair, T. F. C arrol, 
J. H. Elliott, A. C. 8. Randlett, H. W. Carey, J. L. Robinson, A. Ber- 
nier; bakers, Chas. Connsr, W. P. Shannon; hardware, J. W. Pit- 
man & Co., Lacunite Hardware Co. ; haruflsses and trunks, E. J. Dins- 
moor; ice, Laconia Ice, Wood and Coal Co., Alonzo Jewett ; lumber, 
G. Cook A Son. Laconia Lumber Works; laundries, Lake City 
Laundry, F. R. Folsom, prfpr., Conant's laundry, F. 0. Wallace, 
agent; Laconia Ciiinese laundry. Won Sam; meat, Watson ft Co^ 
Dow A Roberts, P. Blair; millinery, Mrs. S. F. Everett, C. B. Moore, 
Severence & Trask, R. S. Dickey, Malovin A Guay; musical 
instruments, F. W. Story ; sewing machines, J. L. Moore A Son, F. W. 
Story, C. R. Peane; stoves and tinware, Sanders Bros., G. H. Mitchell; 
nndertakerd, J. L. Moore & Son, H. J. Phillipps, G. F. CarroH ; 
wood, G. Cook 4 Son. L. Ice, Coal and Wood Co., Geo. F. Mallard, 

E. B. Harrington, D. K. Marsh & Co. ; watches and Jewelry, . A. 6. 
Gordon, Osgood A Co.; wail paper, J. L. Moore A Son, J. C. FoUett, 
C. F. Story. 

Street Kailroad— Laconia and Lake 8treet Railroad, Edmnnd 
Little, Treas. 

Physicians- T. S. Foster, D. B. Nel8on,Clifton Abbott, A.W.Abbott 
G. H. Saitmarsh, O. W. Goss J. G. Quinby, A. H. Harriman, Ste- 
phen Vittum ; eclec, W. H. True ; homeo., Mrs. R. W. Wiley, M. B. 
Wiley, H. C. Wells; dentists, G. V. Pickering, W. A. King. E. B. Oosh- 
ing, W. L. Hough. 

Public Library— 4,668 vols., Miss Julia Bnsiel, Lib. 

Real Estate Ag^ts— S. C. Robinson, Laconia Real Estate Agency.F. 
A. Young, W. H. Prescott. 

Telephone Co.— N. E. Tel. A Tel. Co., H. T. Turner, mgr. Citi- 
aens Telephone Co., Geo. C. Sanbornjinanager. 

Sofleties— Pontauhum Tribe, 1. 0. R. M.; Cypress Conncil, R. A.; 
Aurora Lodge, K. of H.; Mt. Belknap Lodge, K. of P. ; Belknap 
County Pomona Grange, Laconia Grange, P. of H.; Laconia Com- 
mandery, U. O. G. C; Winniquam Colony, U. 0. P. F.; Granite 
Lodge, A. 0. U. W.; Winnipiseogee Lodge, Laconia Encampment, 
Canton Osgood, I. O. O. F.; Ksiher Rebekah Lodge* Ancient Ordpr 
Hibernians, and Ladles Auxiliary; Golden Rule Lodge, Endicott 
Lodge ( Weirs), I. O. G. T.; Mt. Lebanon Lodge, Pilgrim Comman 
dery, Pythagorean Council, Union Chapter, A. F. A A. M.; Mt. 
Washington Chapter, 0. E. S.; John L. Perley, jr.. Post, G. A. R.; 
Laconia Company, U. R. K. of P.; Court Laconia, F. of A. 

Ijakeport— OFFICERS— Laconia Board of Education. 

Postmaster— W. H. Jones. 
Justices— H. B. Quinby, S. S. Ayer, C. L.Pulsifer, M. A. Haynee, G. 
H. Smith, Arthur Tucker, L. M. Gould, T. E. Prescott, J. C. Young, 

F. J. Brown, W. 0. White, Wm. M. Leonard, A. 8. Owen, W. H. FlaJ- 
ders, A. M. Cogswell, H. E. Brawn, C. F. Locke. 



ZrrW IIM/^V WATER and Ginger Chtmpmgne, 
tLUUIlNwA Equinox Spring Co., P. H. Orvis, 

BUSINESS DIBXOTORT. 188 

Churches— AdT^ 0. W. Shattnck; Bap., O. V. Babbitt; V. W. Bap., 
W H. Getcheil ; Meth., 0. £. Baton. 

Ex. Ag't— A. D. Plommer. 

Hotel— Mt. Bsllcnap Houie, P. D. Maloney. BatlDg Houses, 0. H. 
Lewis. F. 8. Peaslee. 

Banks—Nat. Bank of Lakeport, W. L, Woodworth, cash.; Lake 
Vi'lage Sayings, J. Aldrich, ^as. 

Lawyers— Stanton Owen, W. H. Flanders. 

Uvery Stables— B. B. McLosky, H. S. Sanborn. 

Stat Aot-L.¥. Haywajd. 

Telegraph Agts— H. W. Mooney, F. V. Clifford, W. R. Lang, Miss 
Hattie Sargent. 

Telephone Agt— Oeo. 0. Banbom. 

Ins. Agts— T. B. Prescott, A. M. Coggswell. 

SodetiM— Oen. Miller Council, O. U. A. M.; Granite State Lodge, 
I. 0. G. T.; Ohocoma Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Hannah Francis Bebekah 
Lodge; Pangns Lodge, K. of H.; Winnipeseogee Colony, U. O. P. F.; 
Enfflcott Rock Lodge^. A. Green Co., U. B., K. of P.; Darius A. 
Brake Post, G. A. B.: Woman's Relief Corps. 

lUnufkCturers— Blacksmiths, H. F. Rublee A Son, F. A. Wadley 
E. S. Hodgdon, 8. W. Curtis; boilers, R. N. 
Dana ; builders, C. B. Buzzell, B. W. Emerson, J. N. 
Header, William B. Smith; car axle manufactory, Cole Manufg Co.; 
carriages, H. F. Rublee A Son, Frank W. Johnson ; cigars, filaisdell ft 
Pratt; colBnSf.caskets, picture frames, Ac, B. D. Ward ; flour and meal, 
Wm. O. Cram, Lake Company; hosiery, Leonard & Clark, 
H. H. Wood A Company, A. R. Burpee, B. S. Wadieigh, Wm. Clow A 
Son, Wm. T. Swain; knitting machinery. Crane Manufg Co., 
Pepper Manufg Co. ; lumber, J. Boulia A Co., Theodore Dodge, Cole 
Manufg Co.; machinists. Cole Manuf*g Co.; needles, Wardwell Needle 
Co, Julius B. Wilson, manager; soap, C.W. B. Davis, N. L. Davis; 
tin and sheet iron, H. B. Brawn, Geo. F. Dame ; paste-board boxes, 
B. Tetley ; photographers. Ward A Munsey; yam, Butter Bros.; con- 
fectionery, C. E. Emerson; steam launch and boat builder, F. W. 
Johnson. 

Meroharits— Bakery, 0. B.Bmerson; books, 0. S. Davis; boots and 
shoes, A. V. Locke A Co^ W. T. Worcester, II. P. Niles, Di Daris ; 
clothing, H. J. Odell; coffins and caskets, E. D.Ward; 
eonfectionery and notions, O.H.Lewis; drugs and medicines, Geo. 
Collins, Plummer A Thompson ; dry goods, G. H. Smith, H. J. Odell, 
Bugbee A Son; groceries, S. R. Jones, Tucker A Clark, Chas. H. Collins, 
J.R. Leavitt, B. L. Cram, J. T. Bugbee, H D. Collins; hardware, C. 
F. Locke, J. T. Bugbee; ice, W. B. Cass; ice and coal, John H. Dow, 
F. B. Adams; Job printer, L. M. Gould ; jewelry, B. Loveioy, W. D. 
Heath ; merchant tailor, H. J. Odell ; millinery, Miss H. M. Wheeler, 
Miss E. S. Dolloff; periodicals, 0. S. Davis, A V. Locke & Co., 0. 

B. Lewis : sewing machines, Daniel Davis ; stoves, hardware and 

tinware, H. E. Brawn, Geo. F. Dame ; tobacco and cigars, A. V.Locke 

A Co., F. S. Peaslee; plumbing materials, R. N. Dana, Wesley B. 8te- 

tensAOo., Rand Bros.; wood, Uriah G. Hall, G. H. Roby, Lucian 

Dow; wood and coal. D. L.Davis; steam and water heaters, Wesley B. 

Stevens A Co., Rand Bros. ; harnesses, G. W. Allen, C. C. Haines. 
Mechanics and Artisans— Barbers, J. B. Crapo, R. H. Griffin, S. W. 

Knowles; laundry, Lakeport Steam Laundry, L. B. Sanders, prop.; 

pi«)erhaiigers, J.F.Sanders, R. T. Martin; tailor, H. J. Odell; 

^rist mlUs, W. G. Cram, Lake Co. 



C/^l IIM/^V WATER »nd Ginger ChuuMgne 
LgU I NUA S^^y^^Sprin, CO.. F. H-SSi^ 

184 BUSINESS DIRBCTORT. 

Steamboats— Maid of the Isles, Gapt H. A. Blackstone; Eagle, 
Capt. A L. Hudson: Quien, Capt. B. F.Brown. 

Physicians— 0. W. Gom, Geo H. Saltmarsh, B. D. Hodgdon, J. G. 
Qaimiby ; homeo., J. A. Wrislej; dentist, Daniel BIkins. 

JLakeslde— Goos Co. In town of Cambridge. Stage from 
Bethel, Me. 

Postmaster— Alfred P. Chandler. 

I«akeaid«— Merrimack Co. In town of New London. Stduner 
firom Lake bunapee in summer. 

fjftke Shore Park— Belknap Cb. In town of Gilford. 
Lake Shore Br>inch B. A M. 

Eiake (iunapee— Merrimack Co. B. B. station in Nefwbnry. 
Steamer for all points on Lake Ounapee in the summer. 

fjake Vieiv— Carroll Co. In town of Munltonboro. See 
Moultonboro. 

I«ake View— Sullivan Co. Steamer from Lake Sunap«e. 

liAlVCASTER. COOiS^-Shire town. Pop. 3,373. N. from 0. 
127 m.; R. R. A— Lancaster, on Wliite Mt. B. R. 

OFFICERS— CTerJk, R. J. Brown; Treat.. E. H. Hallett; SelselmeH, 
Edward Spaulding, G. A. Marshall. F. 8. Linscott; Board of Edu- 
cation. J. L. Mooie, K. F. Stoekwell, C. A. Howe, Mrs. W. P. Buck- 
ley, Mrs. George N. Kent; Union District; J. E. Mclntire, G. A. 
Marshall, J. S. Peavey, lowm Board of Healthy H. B. Carpenter, M. 
D., Frank Spooner, M. D., Jared I. Williams. 

Postmasters— Fielding smith; Scott, M. B. Scott ; South, Thomas 
Sweetaer; Orange, W. 6. Ellis. 

Justices— 0. B. Jordan, Henry Haywood, W. P. Freeman, I. W. 
Brew, Everett Fletcher. H. 0. Kent. H. D. F. Yonng, M. A. HHStings, 
J. I. Williams, £. R. Ketit, J. W. Flanders, C. E. Mclntire, Geo. H. 
Emerson, G. 8. Stockwell, G. M. Stevens, I. W. Quimby, J. M. Row- 
ell, C. A. Cleveland, G. B. Stevens, Fielding Smith, J. O. Howe, 
Fletcher Ladd, W. G. Ellis, W. H. Smith, R. J. Brown, J. L. Moore, 
Will Buckley, H. B. Amey, H. F. Whftcomb, Merrill Shurt- 
leff, Wm. .^hurtleff, James S. Brackett, Thomas Beattie, 
Wilbur Burns, Nathaniel Richardson, John Amey, Edmund 
Sullivan, E. V. Oobleisrh, Harry Hilliard, Wm.Tripp, Henry 
Hilliard, 11. D. P. Hilliard, N. B. Drew, E. A. It gersoU, H. T. Os- 
borne. F. W. Streeter C. P. Holton, P. 0. Grant, H. G. Noyes. 

Banks — Lancaster National, Geo. R. Eaton, Pres.; Frank D. Hatch- 
ins, cashier; l^ancaster Savings, H. 0. Kent, treas. ; Siwooganock 
Guaranty Savings. F. D. Hutchins, treas.; Lancaster Trnst Co., H. 0. 
Kent, Pres. ; H. P. Kent, treas. 

Churches — Cong., Percival Marston ; Epis., J. Eames ; Meth., L. 
R. Danforth ; R. Cath., M. J. B . Creamer ; Unit. , C. D. Reynolds. 

Exp. Ag't— G. C. Edmunds. 

Hotels— Lancaster House, L. B. Whipp; Williams House. Hiram 
Gobs. 

Stat. Agts— B. & M., J. C. Eastman; Maine Central, E. W. Fiske. 

Ins. Agts.— G. M. Stevens & Son, Nourse k Kent. 

Lawyers— H. 0. Kent, Henry Heywood, F. D. Hutchins, J. I. 
Williams, Drew, Jordan k Buckley, Ladd k Fletcher, ShurtleiT 
k Sullivan, H. D. F. Hilliard. 

Literary Institution— LAncoater Academy. 

Livery Stables— Murphy Bros, Lancaster Honse, C. H. Gotham, 
James McGraw, Wm. Stiles. 

Societies— Mount Prospect Grange; Coos Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Per- 



'WHBK starting for the gold fields lay in a snpply of 
Tmaz Rheumatic Onre— yonUl need it— testimonials fnr- 
nished by W. A. TRUAX & CO. Bellows Falls, Vt. 

BUSDHCSS DIRBCTORT. 135 

Mverance Bebekah Lodge; Ahqaedaaken (Tommandery, tJ. O. G.C.; 
PUot Lodge, Star King, u. R., K. of P.; CJol. E. E. Cross Poet, G. A. 
R.; Womaa's Relief Corps; North Star Lodge, North Star Obapter, 
North Star Commandery, A. F. A A. M.; Olive Branch Chapter, O. 
E.S. 

Manuflieturers— Blacksmiths, J. McGarteD,M. Millette, Hosmer k 
Ryan, F. D. Peabody ; boots and shoen, Thomas Cunningham, V. B. 
Smith; boilder, F. B. Smith, J. H. Smith, Connor & Simonds; 
creamery butter, Israels River Creamery Co. ; fnmitnre, Cummings & 
Co^ Ft E. Richardson; foundry, Thompson MTgCo.; Job printers, 
Coos Oo. Dem. Pub. Association, Lancaster Gazette; lumber, G. M. 
AmadoD, Frank Smith & Co., J. M. Whipple Sylvanus Holmes, J. 
H. Clark : machinery, iron castings, doors, sash and blinds, house 
finish, Thompson MFgCo.; doors, sash, blinds and hoase finish, 
Frank Smith a Co.; monumental work, v. V. Whiting, A. G.Wilson; 
tinware, L. F. Moore ; spring beds, Cummings k Co. 

Merchants— Auctioneers, G. M. Stevens, J. T. Aniey ; books and sta- 
tionery. G. H. Colby; boots and shoes, Roberts & Quimby, Bailey 
Bros, Blood & Marshall, Geo. V. Moulton, E. E. Smith; clocks and 
watchee» COias. Morse, Whitcomb Bros., W. I. Hatch ;c]othing, Chris- 
tian Dietrich, W. C. Sherbum,Lane Clothing Co. ; dry goods, R. P. 
Kent ft Son, Roberts A Quimby, Bailey Bros., Blood Jk Marshall; 
drugs and medicines, Fred C. Colby, P. J. Noyes, G. W. Carpenter ; 
flour and com, Frank Smith k Co., Moore & Spanlding, 
groceries, F. Smith k Co., Howe Bros., Jett L. Bass, Clough k Sawyer, 
R. P. Kent k Bon, W. E. Ingerson k Co., Nourse Bros., F. S. Lins- 
eott, S. N. Brans ; hardware, L. F. Moore, F. Smith k Co., Keir k 
McGainrey ; stoves and tinware, L. F. Moore, Keir k McCaffrey ; 
merchant tailor, C.Dietrich, T. S. Underwood; millinery, S. J. 
Bvans, Ella Twombly, Emma Tinkham ; news dealers, G. H. Colby, 
F. S. Linscott; q>ring beds, Cummings k Co., F. E.Richardson; meat, 
Clough k .Sawyer, F. Smith k Co., Jett L. Bass, Charles Hill ; con- 
iioctioners, F. H. Linscott, S. N. Evans, J. R. Flanders; ticket 
broker, F. L. Linscott. 

Mechanics and Artisans— B' cycle repairing, H. N. Beach k Co., 
W. L. BowelL jr.; painters and paper hangers, Fred Dooley, Coner- 
don Bros., A. B. Meacham, Chas. Black, W. A. Folsom, Geo. Gould; 
barbers, C. H. Thompson, 3. B. Mclntire, J. F. Congdon, Fred La< 
fuce; hamessmaker, Chas. Howe; laundry, Lancaster Steam Laun- 
dry. 

Physicians— W. H. Leith, Ezra Mitchell, E. F. Stockwell, H. B. 
Carpenter ; homeo., D. L. Jones, Frank Spooner ; dentists, A. W. 
Wark, W. H. Thompson. 

Tel. Agt— Mary N. Brackett. 

IiA.If ]>AFF, GRAFTON— Vov. 499. N. W. fr. C.,86 m. N. E. ft- 
Haverhill, 20 m. R. R. ^.—Lisbon, 3 m., on White Mountain R. R. 
Conveyance from up trains, daily stage and mail. 

OFFICERS— d^A. Henry H. Noyes; 2Vea».,Hiram Clark; Bdecttiun^ 
John Hall, L. B. Chandler, Fred Noyes; Board of Education, Mrs. 
David Ash, Fred P. Noyes, John Hnll; Board cf Health, H.H.Noyes; 
Joel Johnson, Odell Wilson, p o Lisbon. 

Postmasters— J. B. Hall; assistant, Mrs. M. M. Gordon; Whitcher- 
tOU^ Wm. Knight. 

Church— Meth., J. B. Aldrich. « ,. « . , 

J0SUte»-J. B. Hall, H. H. Noyes, M.M. Whitcher, C. M. Gale, J. 
B. Aldrich, Yan B. Glazier. 



CERESOTA" FLOUR. 



186 BUSDfSSS DIBEOTOBY. 



Sodety—Monnt Hope Grange. ^, . ^ ^ 

llanuftctureri-BlackMnlths.0. 8. M6rrIlI,K. W. Nojaj, Jr., F. P. 
Noyei ; bobbins, 0. 8. Merrill, F. P. NoyeeJT. B. Merrill, C. M. Gale, 0. 
Chandler ; ; lumber, Fred B. Merrill, L. H, Pwrker, p. o. ad. Bentott, 
F. P. Noyei, p. o. ad., Lisbon; calipers and rolee, Simon C. Noyei, 
p. 0. ad. Lisbon ; spmce oil, C. M. Olark. p. o. ad. Swiftwater ; boote 
and shoes, N. Carpenter; granite and marble works, J. C. Dan- 
iels & Co., p. o. ad. Lisbon ; bobbins and shingles, C. M. Gale; goi- 
eral repair shop, O. S. Merrill. 

LAtVeDOIir, BULLlVAN-^^op. 806. W. fr. C. Mm. ; B. W. fr- 
Newport, 22 m. B. R. fi(.— Bellows Falls, Vt., June, of Ghee., V». Tal, 
and 0. V. R. R.; So. Oharlestown, 8 m., on SuUiymn R. R. 

OFFICERS— Cl«rfc, Henry Prentiaa; 2V«o«., F. B. Bates; SeZect- 
mem H. M. Elwf»ll. E. B. Parker, Wm. Hall; Board jf Edtusatum^ 
rTh. Wheeler, Wm. Hall, M. S. Prentiss; Board of Health, Chas. 
Lufkin, Marahall Carrier, p o Alstead; Chas. Jefte, p o DanTilla. 

Postmaster— Martha L. Carpenter. 

Justices— Chas. Winch, A. 8. Cram. 

Churches-Cong, I. B. Stnart ;UniT., — --. , . ^ , ^ 

ManufkCturers— Builders. R. A. Lucas, Ernest Knight; lumber, 

F. R. Bates, O. W. Stanley, S. Tinker, p o Dreweville. 
Merchant— Grocery, AI. L. Carpenter. , ,. , ^ 
Physician— Homeo., C. M. Lufkin, p. o. ad. Alstead. 
IjewLTltVu Hill— Rockingham Co. In town of Deerfield. 

Nearest B. B. station Candla. See Deerfield. 

JLEBAHrON, ORAFTON-Vov. 4,600. N. W. fr. C. W m.; 8; 
ft-. Haverhill, 80 m. R, B, fi.— Lebanon, on B. k M. R. B., CJoncord 

OFFICERS — CUrJe, Charles A. Downs ; Trtamrer^ F. H. Hosford; 
BeUctmen, O. W. Baldwin. 0. C. Senter. J. B. GUe; Board qf JBduca- 
Won, Fred 0. Stearns, P. P. Pinney, A. A. Hurlbut; Jtutiee of FbUce 
CowLQ. a. Dole; Cbllector^ 0. 0. Hnrlbutt; Ageni, M. Dalley; Board 
of Health, 0. A. Downs. B. 0. Chase, Abner Bacon, p. o. West Leb- 
anon. 

Postmasters— A. T. Clark; East, Dennis Sheehan, Jr. 

Justices— W. P. Burton. A. W. Baker, Hiram Emerson, 8. A. 
Peck, 0. W. Burnap, C. A. Downs, C. A. Dole, W. H. Cotton, 
J. L. Spring, F. 0. Churchill, H. M. Day. A. P. Wood, W. F. Cowen, 
L. F. Brooks, 0. 0. Hnrlbutt, Solomon Cole, J. B. Dewey, A. B. 
Downs, A. L. Chamberlin, Wm. Weeks, Albert 0. Shaw. Chester Rix, 
Harlan Goodrich, J. M. Paddleford, Frederick Woodman, Rowland 
Jacobs. Harry Cheney. N. C. Bridgman, Wm. Churchill, C. H.Storrs 
W.P Smith. ^ 

NoUries Public— J. E, Dewey, J. L. Spring. 0, B. Cooper. F. H. 
Hosford, W. P. Burton, West Lebanon. 

Banks -r- National. C. M. Hildreth, pres. ; a E. Cooper, cash.; 
Lebanon Savings, S. A. Peck, pres.. 0. B. Opoper, treaa. ^^ ^ ^ 

Churches— Bap., N. F. Tilden ; Cong., E. T. Farrill; Meth., C.B. 
Hall ; R.Cath., M. H. Egan; Unit., John C. Mitchell. 

Eating House— M. F. Sargent. 

Ex. Ag't— J. B. Dewey. 

Telegraph Agt— W. A. Smith. 

Public telephone— Exchange ofioe. B. Maud Locke, operator, A. 
S. Hapgood, Williamson House; JEdstfD, M. Sheehan; TTM'.John 
Goold. 

Fire Precinct— Engineers, Lyman Whipple, chief; 0. 0. Perkinv, 

G. 8. Rogers ; CAerk and Trees., 0, A. Downs, 



T^\^^ . mZm^ ^^m^w Water and Ginger Ohampacne^ 

Equinox g8g?^«^f^^-^-«-°^- 

BtJSINESS DIRECTORY. 187 

Hotel— Williamson House, C. A. Williamson. 

insurance Agents— Dewey, Peck A Co., J. B. Pike. H. M. Cheney. 

Lawyers— J. L. Spring, C. A. Dole, W. H. Cotton, A. L.Cbamberlin. 

Literary Institution— Lebanon High School, Robt. Foray the, prin. 

Uyery Stables— Fifield Ball, a. F. Kenyon A Co., C. A. William- 
son, C. O. Hurlbntt, W. H. Pntman, W. H. Bennett, Frank Monahan. 

Soeieties— Franklin Lodge, Washington Conncil. Royal and Select 
Masters, 8t. Andrews Chapter, A. F. & A. M.; Mascoma Lodge, 
Morning Star Encampment, L O. O. F.j Mount Lebanon Rebekah 
Lodge; Mount Support Lodge, L O. IT. W«' Star Lodge Degree of 
Honor, I. 0. U. W. ; Rockomeka Colony, IJ. O. P. F*; Oarfield Coun- 
cil, O. TJ. A. M.; Lady Garfield Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.; »t. Jean 
Baptiate; Lebanon Grange, Mascoma Valley Grange ; Jas. B. Perry 
Poet, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Wide-awake Lodge, I. O.G.T. 
Social dnbe - Langdon Club; El Riet; Olympic. Riverdale Park A- 
ssociation. 

Manufacturers— Paper boxes. Grow & Freeman ; band 8aw8,planera 
and famaces, Baxter Machine Co; blacksmiths, P. Jordan, Louis Ben- 
nett, M. McCormick, G. L* Perkins, C. A. Carpenter; machinists, 
Longever Bros; boots and shoes, J. Demosh, W. Liberty; 
builders, L. Whipple, Ira Bncklin, A. N. Simpson; brick, 
Steam Brick Works, J. Densmore ; butter, Lebanon Creamery Co.; car- 
rikges and sleighs, G. A. Elliott; coffins, C. E. Mars ton; 
doors, sash, blinds and chamber furniture, J. S. Mason & Co., 
Spencer Bros.; dr^ and hand rakes, snow shovels and toy sleds, N. 
B. MarstonCo.; flour and grain, W. F. Shaw, J. Dawnon ; harnesses, 
M. Dailey, £. Ticknor ; Job and calendar printer, A. B. Freeman 
Co.; laundry. Wing Hang, steam latmdry, William Banyea; 
lumber, T. B. Marston ; marble, H. G. Billings ; mops, L. F. 
Brooks ; organs, G. S. Shepard ; overalls, H. W. Carter & Son, Carter 
k Churchill: photographs, C. £. Lewis: Bkut, scythes, axes, shovels, 
hoes and forks, (hand made), Emerson Edge Tool Co. ; soap, J. Parker, 
R. Lougee; stair builder, Ira Bucklin ; tailors, A.M.Gove, T. W. 
Gates, Richard Clarkson; underwear, Everett Knitting Works ; watch 
keys and nickel plating, watchmakers' tools, Kendrick & Davis ; 
water wheels and mill work, S. Cole & Son ; washing machines, F. R. 
Pollard ; woolens, Mascoma Flannel Co., F. B. Kendrick, ag't ; Carter 
& Rogers; Riverside Woolen Co. ; Lebanon Electric Light & Power 
Co., Mascoma Electric Light and Gas Co. 

Merchants— Auctioneer, N. C. Bridgman ; baker, S. G. Buchanan : 
books and stationery, W. H. Richardson ; W. O. Smith; boots and 
shoes, Geo. 0. Abbott, G. S. Joslyn, Hapgood & Howard, Mrs. P. M. 
Kenyon; lior8e8,carrii^es and sleighs,L.W. Smith; clocks and watches, 
0. A. Richardson, F. A. Morgan, S; Painchaud; coal, W. D. Fleming, 
M. T. Purmort, C. D. Smith, H. G. Billings; carpets and draperies, C. 
B. Marston ; dry goods, Richardson & Emerson, J. E. Lincoln, Carrie 
L. Lowe, M. J. Jacobs ; drugs and medicines, I. N. Perley, Wilder 
*Co., Woodward Bros. ; fancy goods and notions, (wholesale) H. W. 
Carter & Sons, Carter & Churchill ; fish and vegetables, D. W. Babbitt 
ft Son; fish, oysters, hailed corn, L. H. Cale; furniture, F. L. Sim- 
monsjj. W.Brown & Co.; groceries,G.Bennett,ifoulton A Freeman,C.E. 
Pulsifer,Ed Ea9tman,Plamondon, Lemieu & Co., O.K.Oampbell&Co.; 
hardware, G. M. Hildreth & Son, Brown Bros. ; plumbers, M. Bate- 
man A Son ; ice, Lebanon Ice Co., J. S. Mason & Co. ; meat, George 
0. Abbott, B. B. French;; millinery,B. H. Thompson, Mrs. L. M.Bry- 
ant, Mrs. A. D. Soott, Miss D. A. Wilson; paint stocks and painters, 



T^ * .^ . • WATBR and Glficer Chaittpastte* 

ELO U 1 nOX ^V^^ox Spring &, F. H. Orvta, 

188 BU8INS8S DIBBOTOBY. 

■ ■ - 

O. H. Wat«rtnan, B. S. Downs, G. W. SUyton, J. McFee; oarriaffe 
pftintiug, W. fi. ( ireenongh ; paper haoKings. F. L. Simmoni, O. B. 
liUrston ; ready-made clothing, bate and caps. Richardson A Bmaraoo, 
J. K. Lincoln, M. Jacobs, A. a. Hunt, Manchester Clothing House; 
sewing machines, U. A. Tose; wool, C. D. Smith ; undertaker, O. B. 
Marston; art store, Mrs. R. F.Wright; cigars, P. 8. Lemay; hoose 
Airnlsbings, N. C. Bridgman k Sons; gnns, ammunition and sport- 
ing ffuudR, Clapp I >ros.: barbers, 0. 8. Cowan, Bngene Tncker, C. 

0. BuiBfl, £. E. Lavlffne. L O. Oignac, 

Phyiiciani— T U. Onrrie, D. G. Brockway, F. A. Smith, F. Von 
Tobel, K, K. Dean, N. Sasseville; homeo, R. H. Haxelton; dentists, 
y. H. Brown, D. A. Corrie. 

Station Ag*t.— C. B. Ross ; Batt^ Dennis Sheehan. 

Tel. AgH.— Gertrude Scannel. 

Engineers and Surveyors—C. A. A A. B. Downs. 

Weat.— Postmaster— J. B. Hosley. 

Church— Gong.. O.F. Roper. 

Hotels— Sargent's, D. H. Sargent; Elm House, A. M. Southworth. 

Ins. Agent— W. P. Burton. 

Literary Institutions— Tllden Seminary; West Lebanon High 
School. 

Livery Stable— D. H. Sargent. 

ManuTaeturers— Ax helves, E. L. Kelley ; builders, A. Bacon, 0« 
A.Bacon, W. P.Morse, J. B. Sargent; blacksmith, 0. E. Pollard ; 
harnesses, F. McQartv ; lumber, T. P. Waterman ; sheep and cattle 
labels, 0. H. Dana; Hood's Creamery. 

Merchants— J. Goold, 0. B. Pierce, J.K. Butman, Sinclair A Dnrkee; 
drugs, G. W. Whitcomb:dry good8,G. H. Kibllug; hardware,B.H. Plnm- 
mer & Go.; meat, G. S. Edson; millinery and fancy goods, G. H. Kib- 
ling; paper, notionA, etc., Horace French ; pianos, G. R. Beyerle. 

Physicians— G. B. Drake, M. S. Woodman. 

Station and Ex. Ag't— W. U. Tucker. 

liEE, STBAFFORD—Pop. 606. S. E. fr. 0. 88 m ; N. W. fr. Dorer 
9 m. R. R. &— Lee and So. Lee, on N. A R. R. R; Dnrhaoi, 4, New 
Market, 6, on B. & M. K. R. 

OFFICERS— Cterfc, D. B. Plummer; Iretu., G.A. Glldden; BOeet- 
men^ D. S. Fernald, G. E. Hill, D. 8. Bennett: Board cf Healthy I. 
D.Edgerly.poWadleigh's Falls; Chas. E. N. Btaokpole; John W. 
Webb, p o Newmarket. 

Postmasters— D.E. Plummer; South, J. E.Boright; Wadle^i fVOIt, 

1. D. Bdgeriy. 

Justices— S. W. Lane, B. F. Davis, D. E. Plummer, T. B. Ohesley, L 
D. Bdgeriy, J. G. Bartlett, W. A. Plummer, £. F. Gerrish. 

Churches— Gong., B. 8. Wilmott. 

Public Telephone— J. E. Boright. 

Society— Jeremiah Smith Grange. 

ifatm/ac<urer«— Blacksmiths, G. H. Jones, J. Bazsell, G. A. Pender- 
gash, 0. E. Woodman ; builders, J. T. Bartlett, T. A. Bennett. J. F. 
Jones, George F. Stevens ; limiber, Plummer k Comings; medicines, 
I. D. Edgerly. 

Merchants— D. B. Plummer, G. W. Plummer; Wadley*» IhOg, H. 
M. Glldden; auctioneer, G. W. Plummer. 

Eielfflfttoii's Corner*— Carroll Co. Stage from Ossipee. Ses 
Osslpee. 

UBMPSTER, aULLIVAN—Fop. 619. W. fr. 0. 40 m ; 8. froa 
Newport, 9 m. M. R, A— Newport and Olaremont on 0. A 0. R. B. 



emld's Greea Moantain Kidney Cure. Best remedy on earth 
for Kidney trouble. Send ior Practical Treatise on the Kidneys. 
to J. H. GuUd, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIRBCTORT. 139 

Dftily f tage to Newport, East Lempster and Acworth, and tri-weekly 
to ClarenM>nt. Daily stage to Marlow. 

OF^GER8~CT«ri^ A. W. Welch ; Treat., South, L. B. Allen ; Se- 
lectmen, A. L. Benway, H. D. Nichols, W. P. Hodgman ; Superviwrs.Q. 
P. Yoongman, H. S. Hooper, J. F. Moore ; Collector, E. E. Hurd; 
Board of Education, A. F. Perley, Mrs. M. F. Richardson, A. W.Welch, 
Bocui Omuaisn'onerSfW. Gee, M. Allen, W. E. Perry; Board of 
HeeXih, Geo. Hurd, Andrew Mitcheli, Wm. Morrison. 

Postmasters— H. Parker; Ea»t, M. E Hodgman; Ktyes, Fanny 
Qnlmby. 

Justiees— R. D. Pollard, A. J. Mitchell, H. F. Olmstead, Stoto ; A. 
W. Welch, W. A. Hudson, C. N. Krook, H. G. Lear. 

Churches-TCong.. ; Meth., East, W. A. Hudson; Uniy. 

Hotels— Fred Barton ; East, Granite House, A.R. Hood. 

Public Library— Fred W. Welch, lib. 

Soeletf— SUver Mt. Grange. 

Mjuiuraeturers — Blacksmiths, G. Thornton, P. Lardieu; 
builder, EaA, Albro Baker, A. W. Welch; lumber and shingles, Keyet, 
John Wheeler ; lumber, Chas. Putnam ; Bast, Fred P. Nutting ; 
•hin^Ies, E. F. Cutler; South, B. F. Dayis; painter, E. L. Lovejov, G. 

E. Blake; mason, R. D. Pollard; East, shoes, A. Noyes A* Son; 
grist-mill, Keyee, J. F. Wheeler; carpenters. R. D. Pollard. R. 
U. Polbird. 

Merchants— Hiram Parker ; EaU, M. E. Hodgman; organs and 
pianos, undertaker, H. F. Olmstead. 

Physician— J. N. Butler. 

Killj Pond— Belknap Go. R. R. Station in town of Gilford. 
Poetoflfce called Sanders. 

UnrCOI^lf , GRAFTON— Pop. 600. N. W. fr. 0. 71 m ; N. W. ft- 
Plymouth, 22 m. B. R. 8 --on C. k M. R. R.,Wh. Mt. Div. Connects 
with stage from North Woodstock to Profile House, Franconia Notch. 
Daily stage from June 20th to Sept. 20th. 

OFFICERS— OerAe, Jas. S. Smith ; Treat., J.^ H. Henry ; SeUctmm, 
0. B. Henry, S. R. Elliott, H. L. Dearborn; Board of Education, J. H. 
Henry, Mrs. Geo. Henry; OoUector, Jas. E. Henry; Board of Health, 
John Henry, Levi Guernsey, W. E. Burke. 

Pettmaater- F^ame House, S. R. Elliott. 

Justices— John Henry, W. E. Burke, A. H. Duren. ,' 

Hotel— Flume House, S. R. Elliott. 

Il4liufaciurers— Lumber, J. E. Henry t Sons, Frank Hall & Co., 

F. & Whitehouse, U. C. Bagley & Co., M. D. DoUoff, G. J. Smith, 
Alder Brook Lumber Co. 

IJISBON, ORAFTON—Vop. 2,060. N. W. ft-om C. 86 m ; N. E 
tr. Haverhill, 20 m. R. R. S.— Lisbon on G. A M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— CZerA;, W. M. Kelsea; Treas., A. A. Woolson; SeUct- 
men, J. B. Noyes, A. J. Batch elder, H. B. Deming; Board of Educa- 
tion, Elkanah Hildreth, Mrs. J. Dexter, Chancey Spoon er; Board of 
iJaaZ^, H. 0. Marston, Eri Oakes, D. M. Aldricb; Collector, W. M. 
Kelsea. 

PdStmaSters — Eri Oakes ; North, L. D. Barrett; Sugar HUl, 
0. W. Wells. 

Joitlcet— A. A. Woolson, Charles Moffett, E. G. Jaokman, Hiram 
Noyes, H. L. Clough, G. W. Wells, Jona. Bowles, G. A. Wells, J. H 
Welfc, J. H. Atwood, S. H. Brigham, G. J. Kelsea, W. M. Kelsea* 
H. C. Marston, H. 8. Brigham, W. W. Oliver, A. W. Baker, A. H. Ash. 



BRODBEGK CANVAS CANOES. Send for price 
list. F. BRODBBCK, W. Box. Diat, BofiTOK. 

140 BUSINXSfl DnUBCfTOBY. 

Elkanah Hildreth, Jas. Richardson, Geo. F. Savage, Wmu 
Stanley, Edgar DaylBon, Geo. Morris, Herbert Sfonlton. 
Anstin Presby, O. E. Hibbard, W. H. Weston, R. E. Thompson, 
John Thomas. 

Churches—AdT., G. S. Shattack^p., Sugar BiU, 8. S.Nickenoni 
Cong., J. M. Watben ; Meth., R. £. Thoinp8on.j 

Eating House— A. A. Miles. 

Exp. Ag*tS— Edgar Darison. 

Hotel— BiighanTs, 8. H. Brigham, Sanset Hill House, Hotel Look- 
off, Franconia Inn, Phillips House, Breezy Hill House. 

Ins. Ag'tS— A. A. Woolson.O. J. Kelsea, Mrs. W. P.Whitcher A-Go • 
Orange, W. M. Kelsea, J. H. WelU. * 

Lawyers— Kdward Woods, Geo. F. Morris. , 

Livery Stables— Brigham A Bronson, L. W. Ball. 

Bank— Lisbon Savings Bank and Trust Co., Edward Woods -Dres 
A. W. B*ker, jr., cash. ' ^ *' 

Societies— Golden Grange; Concordia Lodge, I. O. O. P.; Gertrude 
Lyman Rebekah Lodge; Col. Emery Post, G. A. B.; Woman's Be^ 
lief Corps: Kane Lodge, Franklin Chapter, A. F. & A. M.; Lafavette 
Chapter 6. E. 8.; Sugar Hill Grange. ' 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, D. c. Moulton. ParkAr *■ 
Young Co.. H. F. Hibbard, 8 W. Presby, Sugar HiuX H. ifcSclJ 
harnessmaker. H. F. Benson; bobbins. J K Atwood 
^ward Conrad; boots and shoes, 0. A. Glines; Sugar itff.G. W* 
Wells; boxes, Parker A Young; builders. Moses Atw/J^ 
C. W. Huntoon, 8. D. Morgan. feuJ. Ik>uglM; SSLes A^ 
Hill Wm. T. Palmer ; cj^eutlTs.'D. jSLmanTw.^M. ESs^'leSS^ 
J. A. Thomas, G. W. Wells; piano boards, Parker & YouAg; ghoi 
pegs, Moore Peg Co.. AretM Blood; shoemaker, Edward Chwe. 

Merchants— A. C. Wells A Co., N. Q. English, G. W Penned it t 
Clough, Co^Bwell & Oliver G. W. Wells; ^North^i^^^^^t iig^r 
HilUJ. H.^ells J. Bowles; auctioneer. M. M. StoTens; clocksTnd 
watches. E^ R Forbush; drugs and medicines, H. 0. Marston F 

t^'iF^J^^X^*^^^^^^^ ^**J ft»rniture, Payne A Dodge milliuenT 
Mrs. M. C Carson A Co^Mrs. J. G. Moore A Co., Mrs. Siry ThomM- 
papers and periodicals, W. H. Merrill; tailors, Geo. Brnmmer-s Sons • 
tinware and stoves W. B. Atwood; fruit, H. L. Clough; clothins: ete ' 
W. M. Parker; undertaker, W. H. Atwood; barber, Heiry Suttf mM;t 
St^^ • ** Doming A Sherman; variety store, F. B. 

Physicians— J. P. Thompson, C. H. Boynton, 0. H. Boynton G W 
B Sa^ek^' ^' ^^°*^°> «• 0- Grossman, .l-GibsS^d?itis*t^: 

Tel. Ag't— Edgar Davison. 

Public Telephone— W. H. Merrill. 

lilttle Boar's Head— Rockingham Co. Summer resort in 
Wn of North Hampton. Stage from North Hampton. sirNorth 
uampton. 

Llt«lefl©lrt»e— Rockingham Co. B. R. station in town of V«w- 
nelds. Postofflce caUed south Rockingham. ^ ^ 

^PL^^fr^^^^* BlLLBBOROUGH-^Vop. 262. 8 from C ^ 
S>»nL2T£*"**^'^''"' -«-*-^~Tho„,ton'.^e??;;M!r/iSS>k%t 
OFFICERS— Clf«i*j A. H. Powers* Tr^a» MiLf*H^« mm 



THEKAMEof Prime is known wherever "Old Home- 
stead ** has been played— one of the original family cured of 
rheumatism by Tmaz Rbenmatio Onre. 

BUSINESS DIRBGTORT. 141 

Board of JSatica«on, Z. K. Whittemore, C. W.Barnes, J. A. Reid; 
Board of Health, C. W. Barnes, p o HudBon; Z. K. Wbittemore, p o 
Thorotoo's Ferry; J. A Reed, p o Reed's Ferry. 
Justices— J. P. Newell, I. N. Center, J. Parker, A. H. Powers. 

Society— Naumkeag Grange. 

Chureil— J. P, Newell. 

Poet Office address of inhabitants, Thornton's Ferry. 

Meehanics — Shoemaker, J. £. Barrett. 

I^ITTIiETOBr, ORA PTON—Vop. 3,366. N. W. fr. C. 100 m ; N. 
E. fr. Haverhill. 30. R. R. &— Littleton, on C. & M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— Oer*, A. J. Barrett; Treat., G. A. Edson ; Selectmen, 
H. F. Green, F. P. Bond, Geo. H. Lewis; Board of Healthy C. H. 
Green, Chas. Smith, Daniel Bemick. 

Postmasters— A. W. Bingham; North, Ruf us Smith; Jpthorp, E. 
H. Wells ; PaUenvUle^ John Bergin; WUlowdale^ H. Ashley Jack- 
man. 

Justices — Harry Bingham, G. A. Bingham, A. S. Batchellor. 
C. H. Greene, Alex. Mclntire, W. J. Bellows, J. H. Bailey, 
W. H. Mitchell, A. J. Barrett, J. R. Jackson, D. G. Remich, J. C, 
Goodenongh, B. H. Corning, J. W. Remick, L. E. Bedell, W. H. 
Bellows, H. H. Sonthworth, Rufns Smith, J. N. Oakes.W. H. Goodell, 
P. R. Goold, Chas. Eastman, Fred bmith, 

Marshall Cobleieh, Henry Green, Chas. Coburn, Lewis 
Heald, Harry Johnson, Orrin Hunkius, Oscar .Hatch, Al- 
bert btrain. Fred Enjfllsh, Geo. Furber, (leo. Trombly, John 
Thomas, G. D. Yuting M. C. Dodge, F. A. Russell, B. P. Hodgman, 
P. R. Clay, C. F. Baton. 

Banks— Lihieton NatM, 0. C. Hatch, Pres ; H. K. Hallett, Cash.; 
Littleton Savings, G. A. Bingham, Pres.; C. F. Eastman, Vice Pres. 

Churches— Cong., J. H. Hoffman ; Epis., E, F. Davis; F. Bap., J. 
B. Merrill; Meth., G. H. Howard; R. Cath., Father Paridis; Unit.. 
Litchfield Snapp. 
' Exp. Agent— Am., R. E. Wilmot. 

Eating nouses — F. G. Hurllmrt, Clough Bros. 

Hotel— Thayer's, H. L. Thayer & Son, Mrs. Jared Gray. 

Ins. Ag'tS— B. H. Corning, A. J. Barrett, C. A. Farr. 

Lawyers— Bingham, Mitchell k Batchellor, J. W. Remick, George 
Binghfim. 

Barbers — Chas. McCarthy, Pennock & Twombly, Geo. Hould. 

Real Estate Ag'tS— S. 0. Parker, A. J. Barntt. 

Periodicals- Littleton Courier, by Courier Publishing Co.; Repub- 
lic Jonmal, by Plummer Pub. Co.. 

Literary Institution— Uttleton High School. 

Livery Stables— H. L. Thayer & Son, F. M. A P. E. Richardson. 

Soclet lei— Northern N. H. Grange; White Mountain Grange, Mar- 
ehaU Sannders Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Lafayette 
Lodge, Littleton Encampment, I. O. O. F.; Helen L. Fisher Rebekah 
Lodge; Chiswick Lodge, K. of P.; Burns Lodge, St. Gerard Com- 
mandery, A. F. A A. M.; Littleton Commandery, TJ. O. G. C; Chis- 
wick Lodge, K. of H. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, Hugh McJlory, C. H. Applebee, 
Thomaa Rancour, Apthorp, E. E. Wells; bobbins, H. A. Eaton ; boots 
and shoes, A. W. Bingham, E. H. Gould ; builders, K. D. Dunn, John 
A. Fogg; carriages, N. W. RanlPtt, C. F. Harris 
A Co., J. 0. Morrison ; creamery. White Mt. Creamery Asso. \ 
^OTet and mittem, Parker Bros. A Co., Sarauao Glora Ca; graolto, 



The only SIJSPENDEB for LABQE msa if the 

142 BUSINESS DIRBOTOBT. 

Littleton Omnite Works, U. 0. Stevens A Sou, prop.; North,B.. Smith; 
harnesses, J. U. Sroalley; Inrober, Littleton Lumber Co.; laundry* 
S. O. Parker, Littleton Steam Laundry ; land suryeyors and dril eBf(i* 
neers. Will Richardson, Ray T. Gile; meal and feed, Bn- 
glish A Bond ; James Brown ; grain and feed, Edson A Bailey; job- 
printers, P. R. Qoold, Bli Wallace; sash, doors and blinds, Fitzgerald 
A Btirnliam; stereoscopic views, B. W. Kilbum, Littleton 
View Co; tin and sheet iron ware, Lynch & Richardson, R. P. White; 
Littleton Water and Electric Light Co., B. H. Corning, president; Lit- 
tleton Boot and Shoe Co. 

MerohtntS— F. 0.*' Chutter, Oreen & Harrington; auctioneer, 
S.U.Dow; books and stationery, M. A. Ea8tman,Bli B.Wallace; boots 
and shoes, B. U. Gould, A.W. Bingham; O.f A. Sampson 
&Go., 5 and 10 cents counter; carriages, W. M. Perkins; clocks 
ani watches, £1 bridge Flint, Ilarry Howe, W. Brown; 
clothing and gents' furnishings, Bellows A Son, Lane k Bailey, Ren- 
A-ew Bros., Wilson A Tuttle; coal. Northern Coal Co., A. W. Bean; 
drugs and medicines, W. F. Bobbins & Co., H. £.Einney & Co., C. F. 
Dovis; dry goods, C. F. Nutting, Oreen A Harrington, F. G. Ohutter ; 
fruit and confectionery, C. H. Morrill A Co., English A Bond; fish, F. 
Noyes; furniture, Bowles A Taylor; florists, T. M. Stevens, Austin 
Smith ; groceries, English A Bond, F. A. Watson; dealer in railroad 
tickets, A. B. Strain; hardware. Lynch A Richardson, Edson A 
Bailey; ice, Cleosby Bros.; meat, A. F. Jackman; merchant tailor, J. 
A. Moore; millinery, Mrs. T. E. Parker, Mrs. S. L. Simonds, Mrs. 
K. Young; undertaker. Wells A Bingham ; bakery, Clougli Bros. 

Physicians— B. F. Page, George W. Mc Gregor, Johu Page, W. J. 
Beattie ; homeo., T. E. Sanger, E. K. Parker, Dr. NoMes ; dentists, 
8. 0. Sawyer, M. F Young. 

Summer Boarding Houses— Mountain Home, E. I). Sawyer: Blm 
Cottage, F. R. Glover ; Echo Cottage, Geo. Abbott; Chiswick Inn, 
N. P. Pearce, manager ; The Maples, M. F. Young, prop. ; Broad- 
view, F. 0. Nourse, prop. . I 

Tel. Agent— P. E. Wadleigh. ^ 

Public Telephone— H. £. Einny A Co. 

Grand Opera House — A. J. Barrett, manager. 

lilTERMORK, GRA FTON-Pop. 155. N. fr 0. 90 m. ; 1«. B. fr. 
Haverhill, 45 ni. R. R. S.— Sawyer's River, on Maine Central R. R. 

OFFICERS— Oerfc, Geo. 8. Payne ; Selectmen, L. D. Goulding, J. S. 
Marlow, C. A. Chesney; CoUeUnr and Treaa.f Geo. S. Payne; Board of 
Health, Edwin Dexter, Loren Goulding, Geo. Payne. 

Postmaster— G. S. Payne. 

Stat, and Tel. Agt— Geo. Staples. 

Merchant— Livermore Mills. 

Justices— 0. 8. Payne, L. D. Goulding, L. B. Goulding. 

Manufacturers — Lumber. Livermore Mills. 

XiOCkeliaveii— Grafton Co. In town of £nfleld. Stage from 
West Canaan. See Enfield. 

I^OICDONDERRir, ROCKINGHAM— Pot>. 1,220. S. B. fr 
C. 26 ra. ; W. fr.Bxeter, 25. R. R. 5.— Londonderry A Wilson's.on M. A 
L. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C7«rfc, W. TI. Crowell ; Treat., P. A. Reid, Jr.; BeUdmen, 
Chas. Pillsbury, Robt. Plummer, Parley Robie; Board of Edwsalion 
Wm. Richardson, Mrs. Georgia B. Barrett, D. G. Annis: Board nf 
HeaUh, Wm. Richardson, M. D., North; Geo. W. Miller, S. P. Robie, 



PORTER SCREENS are Standard in Quality. For 
sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Ck>. 

BUSINBSS DIRBCTORT. 148 

Postmasters — B. E. Kent; Nortky James L. Brooks; WxUoiCm Gross- 
ing, Warren Bichardson. 

Justiees— H. 0. Smith, W. S. Pillsbnry, G. S. PillBbuiy, F.A.Hardy, 
S. P. Bobie, Washington Colby. James G. Stone, D. Q. Annis, Jon- 
athan McAllister. W. H. Crowell, W. P. Mack ; C. G. Pillsbury. A. P. 
Oolby, C. S. Greeley, D. J. Daley, Warren Bichardson, Wm. Clark, 
O. If. Platts, Wm. Bichardson, J. £. iiammond. 

Hotel— iV'orfA, E. Chipman. 

Churches — Bap., Arthur Locke; North, Cong., David Kiburn; 
Meth., Geo. McLucas; Pree. 8. F. French ; Cath., W. J. O'Connor. 

Ex. Agents — E. A. McDonald ; WUson^a Crossina, Myron Evans. 

HoelMlea — Ea*t, Horace Greeley Council, U. O. A. M.; London. 
derry Grange; Woman's Belief Corps. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, S. P. Robie, J. D. Thomas ; North, 0. 
Merrill ; cider, Oliver Merrill, B. C. Kendall : lumber, K. C. Kendall ; 
NorOt, Annis & Co.; shoes, Derry Depot, Wm. S. Pillsbury, ; coffins 
and caskets, W. B. Woodbury; fruit grower and apple evaporator, 
W. P. Mack ; mason, Silas Towns ; builders, W. I. Coburn, Chas. 
Oonsens. E. Peabody, G. W. Miller, Chas. Bowles; dressmakers, 
Lucy Perkins, Mrs. S. D. Smith. 

Merchants— Annis & Co., B. B. Kent; meat aiid provisions, John 
Ray. 

Physician — Wm. Richardson. 

Ijeov Island— Carroll Co. Li town of Moultonboro. Stage 
from Wolfeboro or steamer from Alton Bay in summer. See Moul- 
tonborough. 

Ijoon CoT«— Belknap Co. R. R. station in town of Alton. 

liOIJBOM, MERRIMACK— Vo^. 1000. N. E. fr. C. 7 m. 12. if. S. 
— Concord, on C. R. R. Daily mail fr. Concord to Loudon Ridge, by 
London. Mail fr. Loudon Center to Pittsfield, 12 times a week. 

OFFICERS— Cf«rfc, J. F. Green; Trtas., F. O. Levering ; Selectmen, 
D. P. Wheeler, G. W. Merrill, 0. E. Payne; Board of Education, W. 
Megrath. G. T. Griffin. G. W. Rowell; Board o/Hea'tK W. A. Me 
Gratb, M. D.; J. T. Sabin, Centre; D. L. Moore, Ridge. 

Postmasters— John Stevens; cWer, Benj. Batchelder. . 

Justices— E.B. French, W. W. (^te, L. M. Sanborn, D. P. Whee- 
ler, J. S. Tllton, R. B. Foster, A. L. Morse, D. L. Moore, J. W. Pearl. 

Churches — Cong., Andrew Gibson ; F. Bap., Geo. Griffin. 

Hotel — ^McLellan House. J. E. Ross. 

Uvery Stable— C. D. Marston. 

Sodeu— Loudon Surprise Grange. 

Manufacturers— Carriages, J. F. Ordway ; caskets and coffins, H. C. 
Morse ; lumber, F. E. Robinson, John Sanborn; lumber and shingles, 
F. 0. A E. F. Levering, Frank Wells ; shoes, C. H. Willard. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, P. Wells, C. T. Haskell, Wm. Gerald ; 
carpenters, James Tilton, Bei^Jamin Tilton, Wm. Carroll, Chas. F. 
Sanborn, J. J. M. Toung; paper hanger, F. M. Ladd. 

Merchant— F. B. Robinson. 

Physicians— Wm. A. Megrath, W. M. Mitchell. 

PuDlic Telephone— Frank Robinson. 

I«OlMloli Hi4kge—J^. B. from C, 14 m. 

Postmaster— Mrs. Smith. 

Church— 2d Advent, — 

Manullicturers — ^Meal, shingles and lumber, A. E. Colcord. 

LTHAJr , ORAFTON—Vop. 643. N. W. fr. 0. 100 m. ; N. fh>ra 
WoodsviUe 12 ni. R. B, ^Sl— Lisbon, 6 m on C. A M. B. B. 



We are advertised hj our PAINLESS friends^ 
Truax Rheumatic Cure. 

144 BU8INB8B DIRBCTORT. 

OrFICERii— OerA, John F. Olln: Treat., John A.FaUer; SeUc^ 
wun, Wiltner LaDgway, Jamva K. Olough, Loren K. Bailey; Board 
of Education, J. F. Sherman, Charles E. Elmn, John F. Olin ; Mood 
Agent t J. F. Sherman; Board o/HeaUh^ O. B. Woolson, p o Lisbon* 
J. F. House, J. F. OUn. 

Postmaster— J. A. Fuller. 

JuStloes-J.F.Olin^W.W.K. Miner, S.W.Miner, O. P. Titos, 
Wiliuer Lan^way. 

Society— Lyman Grange. 

Church — Union, A. H. Drury. 

Manuracturers— Lnmber and feed millB, Wm. Jackman, Mftrtins 
Jaokuian ; butter, Lyman Creamery Co. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, D. Clongh; carpenters, E. .F. Hoekinst 
Mai ford A I exander. 

LYME, GMAfTON—Vop. 1,164. N. W. fr. 0oncord,86 m.; 8. from 
Haverhill, 17 m. Ji. R. £;.— Thetford and Lyme, 2 m., on Pass. B. B. 
Stage twice a day. 

0FFICUK8— CterA; and Treas., Geo. Melyin ; Selectmen, H. A. Bailey, 
S. F. Ball, 8. A. Converse; Board of Education, L. P. Lovejoy, Geo. W. 
Barnes, Mrs. L. P. Alden; Board q/HeaWft, A. B. Goodrich, B. E. 
Willey, M. D., G. W. Weymouth. 

Postmaster— P. 11. A. Ciaflin. 

Justices— P. B. Fairfield, Francis Porter, H. H. Holt, B. T. Wasb- 
bnrne, George Melvin, G. S. Mayo,Q. G. Skinner, 0. H. Dimick, 
Story Melvin. 

Church— Cong., C. E. Gordon. 

Hotel — D. K. Mativia. 

ins. Ag't— U. H. Uolt. 

Liverv SUbies— W. F. Slack, D. R. Mativia. 

Society— Morning Star Grange. 

Manufacturers- Black8miths,A.A.Turner,C. W.Canfield; butter, 
Lyme Creamery Co. ; coffins, J. C. A W. G. Piper; meal, C. L. Ctory ; 
lumber, J. C. & W. G. Piper, Frank Tollman ; shingles, J. C. & W. G. 
Piper; trays, Geo. Wilder; carpenters, J. C. & W. G. Piper, Frank 
Tollman, W. W. Whitcher, C. A. Gilbert, dressmakers, Mrs. D. B. 
Mativia, Mrs. Chas. Leonard; hiynessmakers and repairers, £lam 
Gilbert, J. D. Esty, Harry Dike; painter, Sewell Hewes. 

Merchants— Melvin k Holt ; millinery^ Mrs. M. S. Lamphere, 
meat, D. A. Blood A Son, H. A. GUbert; stoves and tinware, F. A. 
Randlett; barber, Hiram Uline. 

Physicians— G. W. Weymouth, B. E. Willej;" veteriary, A. B. 
Goodrich. 

Public Telephone— Melvin Holt. 

Center— Postmaster— G. G. Skinner. 

Church— Bap., J. M. Tozier. 

Hotel— Maple House, G. W. Sanborn. 

Manufacturers- Lumber, L. P. Lovejoy, Geo. W. Sanborn. 

Mechanics — ^Blacksmith, Bry Marshall ; carpenters, G. W. San* 
born, Joseph Welch, Stillman Merrill, Frank W. Cutting; painter, C. 

Merchants — G. G. Skinner ; auctioneer, Frank Cutting. 

fr. 0. 30 m ; S. W. fr. Manchester.! 6 m. ; N. W. fr. Nash^^m. R. R. 
8. —South Lyndeborough on B. & M. R R ^^ 

OFFIOBRS-OZ«r*,B. A. Banforth; 2V«.i., Levi P, Hadley; SeUO- 






'Ceresota" White as Snow, 

BUSINRSS DIR1M3TORY. 145 

» Andy Holt,F. A. BicliardBon, F. H. Eaton ; Board of Education, 
■ AbbyP. Oram, J. H. Goodrich, Rev. 0. K. Hardy; Board of 
Healthy J A. Woodward, B. 8. Herrlck, O. B. Hardy. 

Postmasters— iVorM, J. H. Goodrich; South, R. N. Putuam; Center, 
T. A. WiUiams. 

Justices— J. A. Johnson, W.S. Tarbell, J.H. Goodrich, N. T. Mc- 
tntyi«, J. C. Carkin. 

Churches— Cbtter, Gong., 0. E. Hardy; South, Bap., P. Donovan. 
las. Co. — Lyndeborongh Mut. Fire, N. T. Mclntire, Pres. 
St^t. and Ex. Agt— B. A. Danforth. 

tioeletieB— Pinnacle Grange; Harvey Holt Post, G. A. B.; Woman's 
Belief Corps; Col. A. F. 5olt, Camp, 8. of V. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, B. W. Doliiver; South, W. N. Ohever, 
W. H. Abbott; Center^ P. D. Hinkley; grist and planing mill, W. A. 
Baton; saw and shingle mills, Jonathan Stevenson, Hadley Bros., 
Albert Cram. 

Mereh&ntS'^-Soulh, W. 8. Tarbell ; nurseryman, Wm. P. Holt; fish, 
J. D. Paige. 

mAIMBVWtY^STBAFFORn^Pop.Zer. W. from C. 36 m; W. 
fir. Dorer, 3 m. B. R. S.— Madbury, on B. ft M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— CfsrJfc, Lewis H. Young ; 2Vea#., 0. W. Hayes ; Selectmen, 
H» li. Filker^ G. H. Twombly, 0. G. Sanders; Board of Education, 
W. S. Hayes, Albert Varney, C. S. Kingman ; Road Agent, F. E. Tib- 
bette; Board of Health, M. V. B. Felker, po Dover, W. S. Hayes, 
A. W. Simpson. 

Justices— J. B. Huckins, J. D. Young, C. W. Hayes, M. V. B. 
Felker. 

Church- Cong., 

Mechanics — Agr'l implements, Henry L. Felker ; dealer in grain, C. 
W. Hayes; butcher, 0. B. Perkins ; The Gilt Edge Creamery, C.R. Cock- 
ing, manager. 

MABISOlf, CARROLL— Fop. 554. N. E. fr. C. 69 m ; N. fr. 
Ossipee, 20 m. R. R. ^.—Madison, on Northern Div. B. & M. R. R. 

OFFICERS — (7i{erXr, Augustus Lary; 3Ve<z«., Laugdon M. Atkinson; 
Selectmen, E. L. Drew, D. L. Harmon, J. H. Pearson; Board of 
Education, W. G. Martin, S. F. Gilman, J. H. Hobbs; Board of 
Healthy H. C. Ilarriman, A. C. Stacy, J. W. Tyler, Silver Lake. 

Postmasters — N. M. Nason ; East, Martha C. Biaisdell; Silver Lake, 
J. Q. Ferren. 

Justices — J. H. Hobbs, Augustus Lary, Newell K. Forrest, John H. 
Burke, Bavtd Knowles, Isaiah A. Forrest, L. M. Atkinson, J. O. 
Gerry. 
Church— F. Bap., L. L. Harmon. 
Hotel— Silver Lake House, N. R. Forrest. 
Lawyer— J. H. Hobbs. 

Soeieties— Sunset Grange* Crystal Lodge, Mt. Chocorua. Encamp- 
ment, I. O. O. li; Unity Rebekah Lodge. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, Irving Ambrose ; Silver Lake, Au- 
gustus Fickett ; boxes, staves and spool stock, Geo. Chick & Co. ; 
bouse carpenter, Eugene Alley. 

Merchants— J. 0. Gerry, Gilman Bros., J. W. Thompson ; meat, A. 
L. Woodbury, Walter Bennett ; sale work, Walter Nason. 
Physician— G. W. Martin. 
SUtion & Tel. Ag't— Isaiah A. Forrest. 

Summer Boaqding Houses— Nathaniel Churchill, R. K. Chick, Hen- 
ry Colby, Dayld Knowles. 



VSrinship T«aoh«r«» Agency, 8 Somerset St., Boston 
N. £. Bureau of BdaoaUon— Toe oldest Teachers* Aeenof 
In New England. 

146 BUSINESS DIRBCTORT. 

niaKallowiftj— Coos Oo. Reached by Androscoggia Lakes 
Tnnsportatiou Co. in summer, or by stage from Colebrook, Bry* 
ant's Fond, Bethel or Rangely. 

MANCHESTER, UILLSBORO—Shlre toyrn. Pop. 44426. 
S. B. (t. C. 18 m. R. B. ^.—Manch. on Con. R. R., M. k L. R. R.» Ports. 
R. R. Maucb. k No. Weare R. B^ Amoskeag and OofTs Falls^ on Con. 
R. R. : Massabesic, on Ports. R. R. 

CITY 0PPICER8— Afayor, Wm. C. Clarke; Aldermen, Ward 1. G. 
K. Brownins; 2. 0. D. Knox; 3, George W. Reed ; 4, Charles E. 
Cox ; 6, Richard J. Barry ; 6, John T. Gott; 7, John P. Frost; 8, Qillis 
Stark ; 9, F. T. Provost ; Oity Clerk and Begitlrar, Bdward C. 
Smith, oflice City Uull ; Treasurer, Fred Allen, office City Hall ; 
Auditor, James B. Dodge; Oollector of Taxes, George B. Monill, 
office City Uall ; Solicitor, Edwin F. Jones, office No. 936 Elm 8treet ; 
MeMenger, John Barker; Engineer, 8. J. Lord, office City 
Hall; City Fhy$ician, Dr. Irving L. Carpenter; Cttp Weigher, 
A. B. Eaton; Inspector of Buildings, Thomas W. 
Lane ; Milk Inspector, A. F. Precourt ; Inspectors qf I*etro 
leum, John Cayzer, J. B. Baril ; ^ont^ary Inspectors, Wm. B. Blake, 
J. F. Looney; P/um^inp /nxpec^OTt 0. O. Seaman; Sealer of Weights 
and Measures, 0. B. CTarkson; Superintendent of City liu-m, £. G. 
Libby ; Health Qi[jllcers, Dr. Wm. Parsons, Wm. R. Robbine, John C. 
Blckford; City Marshal, Michael J. Healy; Chi^J Engineer Fire 
Department, Thomas W. Lane : Asst. Engineers, Fred S. Bean, Ruel 
O. Manning, £. 8. Whitney. F. M. Friselle, C. R. Merrill; Supt. 
Water Works, Chas. K. Walker; Street Commissioners, H. P. 
Simps 9n, G. H. Stearns, B . Worthen; Police Commissioners, H. £. 
Loverin, N. S. Clark, F. P. Carpenter. 

Postmasters— B. J. Knowlton; Gaff's FallSt A. N. Nettel; Amoskeag, 
Wm. U. Maxwell; Massabesic, J. Benson. 

Justices— J. H. Andrews, G. H. Allen, G. A. Bailey, J. E. Bennett, 

C. H. Bartlett,H. E.Bnrnham, J. F.Briggs, J.C. Blckford, J.P.Bartlett, 

A. J. Bennett, H. W. Blair, John T. Beech, L. B. Bodwell.A. 0. Brown, 
J. A. Barker, Hosea B. Bumham, Darid Cross, F. L. 
Allen, H. B. Cilley, J. B. Adams, L. Corneau, F. W. Avery, C. De- 
Moulpied, W.H.Drury, F. T.iDunlap, A. F. Emerson, A. A. Page, 
F. T. B. Richardson, W. H. Richmond, W. C. Blodgett, E. B. 
Smith, P. C .Cheney, Moody Currier, B. F. Clark, A. B. Clark, L. W. 
Chirk, G. A. Clark, W. H. Cate, C. E. Cochran, Henry Chandler, J. F. 
Clough, F. H. Challis, Edwin H. Carpenter, E. P. Cornish, John G. 
Crawford, L. C. B. Burke, J. B. Dodge. J. G. Dearborn, George 
R. Drake, W. G. Everett, C. M. Edgerley, J. H. Bla, Alonzo Elliot, 
H. B. Fairbanks, A. C. Flanders, J. W. Fellows, J. C. French, J. A. 
Fracker, G. C. Gilmore, I. L. Heath, N. P. Huat, 

D. F.'.Healey, Hiram Hill, W. S. Holt, J. B. Hall, M. J. Healey, Arthur 
H. Hale, B. S. Heath, M. L. Hoitt, George Holbrook, Wm. H. 
Huse, H. D. Lord, C. L. Harmon, C. C. Hayes, T. J. Howard, 

B. F. Jones, Joseph Kidder, N. P. Kidder, W. B. Kendall. H. T. 
Lord, H. E. Loveren, C. B. Littlefield, J.G. LAne,T. W. Lane, D. W. 
Lane, C. H. Little, F. G. Livingston, Joseph LeBoenf, 
Bdward Leveen, G. R. Dnstin, A. W. Morgan, G. B. 
Morrill. G. A. Putnam, J. H. Riedell, G. L McAllister, J. T. Moore, 
D. P. CyConnor, 0. A. O'Connor, A. 0. Osgood, T. J. 0*DonneIl, 
W. M. Parker, D. P. Perkins, David W. Perkins, H. M. Put- 
ney, G. W. Prescott, J. B. Pattee, T. J. Perry, S. T. Page, B. P. Rich- 
ardson, J. 0. Ray, Ferdinand Riedell, Frederick Smyth, I. W. Smith 



Travelling Men stop at 

CITY HOTEL, KEENE, N. H. 

_ BUSINESS DIKECTOEY. 147 

PIL L. Stevens, H, B. Siiwjer, C. A. Siillcuway, W. F. 

'#«»per, W. B, Rtearas, A. F. EHtnn^ A.J. Sanborn, Wm. St^ariiD, 
B.M. Topllff; H. D. Uptont F. Q. Walkt^r, A. U Walker, Q. W, 
W?ekB, J. P. Young, L. S, Frociitr, A, Av(?ry, F, T. As>dHiit|; 
L. C. Baldwin, G. F. Bowher, C- W. Bickford, Noah A. Hartlett, J. K, 
Baldwin. J. B. Biirii^ F. P. Carpenter, Siiliabtint €hrtHii:>|»ln', Walter 
Codj, J. B. CavaoauBh. S. F, Clitfliik.X Hiiy*ft, J. A, Danlap. P, It. 
Daw. y. L. FlanJera, John F. Cluiiw, HuHt^H IL Du»- 

tin, Allan E. Herrick, D,M Gotnlwin. John Gapf, CliiiB. llazen. KJwin 
Kennedy, W. B. Killey, A. J, l.aiie^ J. IV. L^thc, J. A. MuCrillia, 

F. A. McQueatcn. H. L. McKeaa, C. T. Mtans, W, H. UlaxweVI, A. 
B. P»g«, B, J. Peaalee, D. L, Perkins, W. C. Patten, C. A, IN rry^ t^ L. 
Richurdsoii, C. F. Koliusun, J. S. Khaiman, It. C 
Ryder, D. A, Ta^s^r^ Tljonifts Weiilker, J, A. Hroderick, 

G. 8. Stevens, J. A- .Sliflehan, A. U. Williatns, U* H, Warren, David 
Wadflworth, Rutiyolier Hurd, Carl Beadle, J. O.scar Burbauk^ 
Cha'i, Babfjilt, Geo, Blancliet, Halbt'irt Bond, Win. Burpee, 
Wm. Burgess, Frank L'UDiiiiin2:s, F. X. t.1ie- 
nette, Fr^ink Cad weU, James Crj bum, Albert Clou^h, Na- 
(hanifcl Culby, (ido. Currier, O^car Ch imherlin. Nutt <'rain, 
Israel Davy. Patrick Des^ne, Albert Dautels, Frauk l>ook- 
man, Mirnael Driscolt, Harry Atidreua, ( luis. Bartlett, 
Fred Bean, Moody bell Hetinett, Aiiiio Bnisvert. Wujifred 
Kenatrtt, Orriri Currier, Johti Ca^-bman, Thomaa 
CorcurAQ, Ht^nry Cofran, John t'entt^r, Abnibara 
Custen, Joaiah Cap pe iter, Ge-'K Campbell, rjrjeti D.>il.je, 
A, G. Hytfilings. D. J. Jon^», Johiii Dcnvst. 
Jtjremiah DeMarie, l^'rauk T>r>wns, Kui^ene Dunbar. Ed warda 
Dodge, John booster, J. ^\ K<^rwiii, Joi^oph Fiadd. Wnu 
Fnrbe}* Horatio Fradd, Ji^bu C. French, ITirain Forfiiiitli, 
^^m. Furber, Wm. Franklin, Sylv^■Bt8^^ Guuld, Henry Hill, 
G. if. Lord, Chas. Henn>n. Denun K<iJland. U&k Hil]» tieorgc 
Jenkins, J. S Ma-^f^eck, J. K, Moiiahsi-n, C, F. Nelson, t#eorjfo 
Klbbee, h rank Kimball, Chas. LivingHton, Lyman Lamprey, 
Jolm Lee. Cyville LeBrun, Samuel Lord, Arlbur Moor**, 
Harry Me^i. l, Wni. .^looar. Henry Milhurn. Jolin Mooar, 
0ani©l Mahonev, Jtdi.i Major, F. A. Platts, Wuk Moison, 
Wm. AlcKay, fcllmer Nut tin?. Frt>.Jeriek tJ^i^^ood. Frank 
Putney, Frank Puller. Frederick Perkins. Etulami RniLvell, 
Geo, Rohlnjioti, Franciis Rfdiitaille, «r,, Harry Ray. Frank 
^jvreent. Leo ard Smith. J art us* Strong?, Artlinr tst> Her- 
riiain, Frod Stark. Henry Stearns, Henry Soale, Frank 
S'ltclifEe. Patrick Sullivan, Timothy Shetharu 
Walter aim mo as, Mmot Sim uis. J 'h:is, smites ant, Koburt 
Iteott, Thomaa Stewurl, Wm. 'lopprnK, Frank 
C. Towmbly, ^^^'^- T:ttcgart, Waller Und. rrttjcjii, Isaac Vail, 
Fratik Wny. Clark Waters, (Ten. Watrner, Chas. 
Williams. Wm. Wvman. Waltt r Wf Ih, narrie Younu. Chas. 
E Powera, A, J/Satib rn. W. M. SaxtraL Cliarles E. Sinile, 
B.C. Smith, S. BStearus, W. A.Truesdalfl, A. S. Thomp.oti, 
A^M- Wilson, H. p. Watson. h\ L. Waltace, C. A. Vonns, V^ - 
U. Africa, J. a AiiRier, W. U. Bt^rrv. A. ¥. B sson, ^^ H. KiHhv.U, A. 
F\Bii3vert, J. A, Bi»ivin, W. (i. Bnt+'Jiu J. H. Uunpltell. N. S. 

ark Ci. B. Chandler, Win, t^Clirke, <!. li- C Jirks-n. U S.rtongh, 
r P ra-pytitor, F. >I.V>UBiuH, E. W. flros«. II. L <arri»T, Nathan I 

E. B Eftlt a W, Uamlin, J. F. Eonnon, H. B, Lor«n, O, S. Magooa, 



GUII«D*8 Oreen Mountain KIDNKY CURB. 

See other auu^gins. 

148 BUsmESs onmoTORT. 

B. M. MiUidi((o, J. W. Mooar, Q. B. MurriU. B. S. Mozsey. J. H. 
NelHon, A. Q. OsKood, G.E. Qaimby, J. A. Ridjle, 8. A. Riddle, Her- 
man KudelBperKer, J. O. Robs, B. W. Stearns, J. L. Stevens, M. B. 
Sullivan J. T. Tuttle, F. M. Westoo, J. H. Weeton. 

Churches— Ist. Bap^ W. 0. McAUester; Swedish Branch, N. I. 
NelHon; Autioch Christian Gharch, Rev. M. W. Borthwick; 
If) (^hriMtian Chrrch, £. Morrell; Ut. F. Bap., O. D. 
Patch; Merrimnck Street, Bap.. Nathaniel L. Colby; People's 
Bap.. P. L. Bacon; Ist. Gong. T. Baton Clapp; Franklin Street 
VAma., B. W. Lockhart; So. Main St.Cong-^ C. A. Bidwell; 
iHt. M. E., W m. Wouds; St. Panl's M. E., 0. W. Rowley; St. Jamee' 
M. E., C.W. Dunnins;; St. Jean M. B., Thomas A. Dorion ; Trinity 
M. K., Rov. N. S. Searle; Grace Bpia, Henry B. Cooke ; Gath., J. J. 
LyoiiM, P. S. Cahill, J. P. O'Neil, J. A. Chevalier, Amede Leasard, A.6. 
(iiiertin, D. M. Bradley, Jos. Corcoran, John Brennon, Obas. Hennon, B. 
Hevey, II. I. Bellefluur, C. S. Lacroix, Floiian Widman ; Unit., C. J. 
KtapteH; Univ.. W. H. Morrison; Bmmanuel, Rev. T. J. Oampbell; 
First German, Wm. Diehl; Presb., H. Hansman; Westminster Pres., 
T. M. DHvies; Adv., C.B. Croesett; Swedish Lutheran, A. Oarlsson; 
Swedish Mission, 0. G. Tinglof; Scientist, M. F. Berry; Jewish Syna- 
goKUP, Henry Cantor; City Mis. Soc., Mrs. John K. Piper, ading 
uiiHHluimry; 8t. Anne's, Thomas O'Leary. 

Hotels— Hotel Clifton, Harry Clifton ; Amoskeag, Cnrtis Joyal; 
Hotel Oxford, A.S. Thompson; Glenwood House, C. H.Spollett; Man- 
chester lloune.A.M. Winchester ; Old City Hotel, Royal Bagley: Low- 
el 1-stroet House, Mrs. C. £. Cobb; Mill Dam House, F. W. BUiott; 
Park Road House. Fred IH. Terrill; Mechanics Hotel, Thos. Hick- 
ey; New City Hotel, Fred Cotton; Phenix, S. B. Wallace; Hotel Mer- 
rimack, A. A. Lamprey; Beach ;Hou8e, B. H. Stowe ; Edwards House, 
Alden Edwards; Central House, M. B. Moulton: Hotel Canadian; 
Hotel Kimball; Hotel Rockingham; Webster House, G. F. Mc 
II Yin A Co.; Greenwood House, F. T. Badge; The Linden, B. L. Mil- 
ler; Hotel Stark, F. B. Perkins. 

Insurance Ag'ts — J. F. Chase, J. G. Lane, J. C. French. 
Clough & Twombly, C. M. Edgerly, A. J. Lane Co., G. W. Week& 
John J. Dillon, W. T. Stevens, Alonso Elliot A Co., 

Cheney & Cheney, John Dowst, C. L. Harmon, N. H Lander, 
Ryder Bros., .Sullivan A Broderick, W. L. Mason, H. N. Bond, H. 
Rodelsperger, D. A. Holland, D. W. fjane, J. C. Edgerly, W. 8. Martin, 
Jr., F. A. Platts, H. Briggs, C. C. Hayes, P. V. Labonte, W. H. 
Moison, J. A. fiheehan, A. L. Walker & Son, Everett k Scott, 
Stark & Blanchet, J. A. Folsom, Arthur A. Martin, C. H. Whitcomb, 
M. Ivan Dow, J A. Wellman, E. S. Kinsley, J. 8. Masseck, Rich & 
Morgan, Henry Briggs, F. A. Palmer, 8. B. Stearns. , 

Lawyers — Andrews & Andrews, Burnham, Brown k Warren, 
Drury & Peaslee Sullivan & Broderick, Pattee k George, W. G. Ba- 
teau, B. F. Clark, Cyrus H. Little, Harry T. Lord, David W. Perkins, . 
Geo. A. Wagner, David Cross, J. P. Tuttle, John Gage, G.I. McAllister, 
Morgan & Boisvert, Isaac W. Smith, J. B. Thurston, B. F. Jones, 

C. H. Bartlett, J. W. Fellows, N. P. Hunt, J. F.Briggs, D. F. O'Connor, 
J. P. Bartlett, C. E. Cochran, Gordon Woodbury, Oliver Branch, H. W. 
Blair, D. A. Taggart, F. C. Livingston, A. C. Osgood, J. 0. Bickford, 
I, L. Heath, J. G. Dearborn, John Foster, G. W. Prescott, J. T. Moore 
J. W. Center, J. G. Crawford, W. H. Drury, Joseph LeBoeuf. H b' 
Lover en, T. J.O'Donnell, D. L. Perkins, D. P. Perkins. J. H. Rledsn' 
A, F» BiHsoo. W, G.Bntwu, N, W, Colby, w. 8. Franklin, A. H. Hallj' 



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OhAmpairn** 
F. H, Orvls, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 149 

T. J. Howard, John O'Neil, D. W. Perkins, M. E. Sullivan, M. S. 
Bennett, C. A. SoUoway, E. Td. Topliff; J. B. Cavanaugli. 

Uvery Stables— F.kC. Boutelle, Eean Bros. Sc Bheehan, CO. Perry, 
Plunimer k Brown, E. T.James, C. H. Simpson, A. L. Qadbois, 
C- B. Danforth, B. F. Wilson, Boyd Bros., Cavanaugh Bros., ;j. N. 
Toss, P. X. Chenette, W. J. Freemen, D. N. Gove, G. W. Reed, N. B. 
Reed, G. W. Bailey, Joseph Breault, Whitten & Fifield, G. E. 
Wheeler & Son, Henry Cote, J. B. Lamoreaux Sc Co.. J. F. Murphy. 

Man uf^ctiy'ers— Belts, Kemball A flobbs, bobbins, James 
Baldwin Co.; carriages, Sanborn Carriage Co., J. B. Mc- 
CrilliB & Son, J. T. Beach, J. Benson, E. E. Brown, J. B. Person, Isador 
Gasae, A. F. Filion, L. Paris, A. T. Roberts, Kimball Carriage Co., 
F. H. Senter, C. J. Shanessy, Couch & McDonald ; cigars, F. A. 
Barrett, P. J. Clancy, S. Fleischman, F. Merrill & Co., C. Schiultz, 
I. 8eig:el, T.C. Stewart, W. G. Connor, T. J. Foley A Co., L. P. 
Reynolds, J. W. Robinson & Co., M. O. Robinson & Co. , Fantoni & 
Wells, Queen City Cigar Co., Max Schwatzer, F. G. Seelig, R Q. Snlli- 
Tan ; concrete paving, Charles H. Robie Co.; confectionery, E. R. Bar- 
Ty, W. H. McQuade, M. G. Melvin, W. Bernhardt, E. T. Haidy, Gur- 
dhr & Co., W. B. Morgan ; cornice manufacturers, Pike & Ueald 
Co., H. J. Lawson; cottons and linens Amoskeag M'fg Co., H. F. 
Straw, ag't. Manchester Mills, C. D. McDuffie, ag't, Amory 
Mills, G. F. Whitten, ag't, Jefferson Mills, Manchester Print Works, 
Stark Mills, S. N. Bourne, ag't ; cotton and wool waste, P. C. Che- 
ney Co., Israel Besnik; doors, sash and blinds, Manchester Sash and 
Blind Co., Alonzo Day, Forsaith Machine Co., Head & Dowst Co., J. 
Hodge, Wm.F. Hubbard, Mead, Mason & Co.; crackers, Simonds A 
Boynton: ladies underwear, Imo Wrapper Co.; factory reeds, 
John Cleworth A Co., J. W. Mears; factory cards, 
American Card Clothing Co, Bisco & Denney, aST^s.: factory 
fliers, J. A. V Smith ; factory roll covers, Mrs. C. B. Bradley; fire 
extinguishers. Emergency Fire Extinguisher Co.; furniture, Josselyn 
A Ret^ Co.* harnesses, Ranno Harness Co., H. C. Ranno & Son, I. S. 
York, Geo.Dunnington, N. J. Whalen; horse clothing, collars, etc., 
Kimball Carriage Co., Ranno Harness Co., H. C. Ranno <& Son, 
N. J. Whalen, Maxw^ & Ballon ; hosiery. El Hot Mfg.^Co., A. P. Olzen- 
dam Hosiery Co., H. P. Ray; knitting machines, 6. A. Leighton ; 
knitting machine needles, Wm. Corey Co., Dodge Needle Co. ; leather, 
Gerrish Wool A Leather Co. ; loom harnesses, J. W. Mears ; paper 
boxes, Chas. Noll; paper makers, Amoskeag Paper Mills, P. C. Cheney 
Co.; reed manufacturers, John W. Mears, John Cleworth; shoes. Eu- 
reka Shoe Co., Redman & Eaton Shoe Co., GrifiBn & Cogswell, 
Grafts A Green, Kimball Bros., F. M. Hoyt 

A Co. ; shuttles, J. Baldwin Co. ; soap, J. S. Ilolt ; spokes for carriages, 
8. H. Piper Co., J. Baldwin A Co.; stair rails, G. W. Rief, W. F. 
^ubbard,WeBtover^Gould,J.Hodge:Bteam dyeing, Ankarloo DyeHouse, 
A. M. Goodwin, Heaton A Son ; steam engines, Manchester Lo- 
comotive Works, Forsaith Machine Co., C. II. Hutchinson; steam, gas 
and water pipe, T. A. Lane Co., Pike A Heald Co., Joseph Huneau A 
Son, Lessard A Hevey. G. A, ^ Far well, A. L. Be- 
langer, W. E. Goodwin, M. J. Coleman, Connor Bros., D, E. Guiney, 
J. F.I^rkin, Manchester Heating and Lighting Co., H. Stratton; 
straw goods, J, J. Dixon ; skylights, H. J. Lawson; woolen cloths, 
Manchester Mills, O. D. McDuffee, agt.; Goffs FalU^ Devonshire 
MHU, Tboi. Walker, Jr., agt. 

Maobanios andl Artisans— Architects,' Bartlett A Gay, Chickering 
^(X0oiia«UiTf.M.BaU«rfiel4i bakera, M. Croaan Mn. L.M.Ban« 



Save Freight by ordering Porter Screens shipped ^^ 

rect from the Factory. For sale by all Jobbers. 

Porter Screen Manufacturing Company. 

150 BUSINESS DIBBOTOBT. 

too, OodUv & Toong, Oot6 Bros., Manchester Baking Co., D. B. 
0*L«ary, Simondt k Boynton, Trndeau & Pigeon, W. D. Iiadd A ,0o. 

A. Rirard, A. Thibandeau, B. R. Barry, Wm. GarroU, G. Kretch- 
mar, M. McQaillaD, A. A. Nerbonne k Ck>., A. Sym, J. H.Qnr- 
dy, J. II. Wicgiii A Go. , H. J. Wooda, P. Archambanlt, Cote A Son, 
L. B. Detroohers & Co., W. Bernhardt, R. R. Gbate, L. H. GaiiTin, 
McQaade Broe., J. Bercmann: bill posters, F. P. Colby & Co.; 
book binders, Temple A Farrington Go. J. B. Clarke Co.; 
brass founder, Hartwell Foundry Co., D. B. Yarney ; brewers, 
Albany Steam Bottling Co., T. W. Jones Brewing Co.; 
bricklayers plasterers and contractors, A. BaBtman, W. D. Bastman, 

B. Boothroyd, A. A B. £. Reed, G. H. Mahan, D. G. Mills, G. H. 
Whitford, 8. T. Worthen, J. J Bennett, L. M. Aldrich, F. 8. 
Bodwell, Bartlett A Gay, G. 8. Eastman. U. N. Hall, W. Harvey, D. 
G. Andrews, H. Barnes, 8. M. Bennutt, K. Bilodean, J. E. Cbamley, 
E.W. Corning, F. Oalipeao, J. B. Glazier, W. G. Landry .G.H.Bfarston, 
D. McAaliffe, T. Mitchell, G. L. Moore, H. Ordway. B. Robinson, H. 
K. Tilton, J. H. Wales, J. B. Yonng. J. F. Burton, Whittemore A 
Johnson, F. T. Dickey, Z. B. Stuart, Shirley & Smith, Merrill A 
Laird; brushes, S. A. Felton A Son Co.; building movers, F. S. FoN 
lansbee, Bessette k Groux ; carpenters and builders, G. W. Atwood, 
G. H. Colburn, Dana A Provost, F. N. Daniels, F. X. Daniels, G. 
H. Dudley, J. M. Hart, Alex McDonnell, Jos. 
Plamandou, F. T. Provost A Go., O. Dusablom, W. [St. 
Onge, E] H. Stewart, C. M. Whitney, John K. Wilson, F. M. Goings, 
8. L. Higgins. Geo. Holbrook, E. A. G. Holmes. F. X. Laflamme. J. 
H. Maynard, F. P. Leavitt, J. H. Mendell & Co., D. G. Mills, A. Se- 
ward. Flint A Lewis, H. F. W. Little, B. B. Veasey, J. F. Seaward, 
Mead, Mason A Co., Head A Dowst, L. M. Aldrich, W. H. Andrews, 
J. R. Barrett, A. L. Bixby, Bixby A Wilson, W.Garr, G. A. Clarke, G. 
8. Bastman, 8. T. Worthen;carriage trimmers, Kimball Carriage Co., 
Sanborn Carriage Co., J. T. Beach; Pike A Heald Co.; civil engi- 
neers, G. H. Allen, P. H. Dow, Dudley & Doherty, C, 
K. Walker, Bartlett A Gay, W. H. Bennett, H. A. Herrick, J. P. Young ; 
engravers, Paige A My rick, ; gas fitters, T. A. Lane Co., A. L. Be, 
langer, T.J.Coleman, Connor Bros., W. E. Goodwin, D.E.Guiney,John 
Larkin, G.W.Hamlin,J.B.Huntley,Mancbe8ter Heating A Lighting Co. 
A L.Franke A Co.; granite workers.F. S.Bodwell, G.F.Bond,Palmer A 
Garmon, C. A. Bailey, G. B. Fitzgerald,C. A. Stewart, R. P. Stevens; 
gunsmiths, G. G. Clark, Peter Harris, D. J. Adams ; harnesses, N. J. 
Whalen, I. 8. York, Cavanaugh Bros., P. D. St. Germain A Son., Noe 
Blanchette, Geo. Dunnfngton, Ranno Harness Co., W. H. Adams, Jr., 
W. E. Greeley, H. G. Ranno & Son, Maxw. 11 A Ballou, Kimball Car- 
riage Co., T. P. Riley, Frederick Allen, G. 8. Eastman!: iron founders, 
W. H. Adams, Hartwell Foundry Co , G. H. Hutchinson, Amoekeag 
M'fg. Co., Manchester Locomotive Works; machinists, Amoekeag 
Mfg Co., 8. C. Forsaith Machine Co., W.G .Jones, Manch'r Locomo- 
tive Works, C. H. Hutchinson, Leighton Machine Co., Geo. Farwell, 
Peter Harris, «. F. Porter, Jb A.V. Smith, Q.W. Morrison, E. Sargent; 
marble workers. Palmer A Garmon, Oliarles A. Stewart, R. P. Stevens 
A Co. ,J.Q. Johnson A Co.; miller, W. H. Hill ; painters, J. J. Abbott, J. 
R. Carr A Co., J. N. Claflin, Joel Daniels A Co.,B. F. McDonnell, C. 
H. Wood, G. W.Hamlin, J. Richards, J. A.8argent,8. Wiggin, J. Choate 
A Co., Baker A O'Brien, A. H. Stark, J. Bryson, J. P. Finn C C 
Bean A Co., G. B. Cressey, L. Blanchet A Co., L. J. Bullard, Denver 



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BUSmESS DIRBCTORT. 151 

k Co., P. Gosselin, L. W. Howard & Cu., B. F. McDonnell, Miteuine 
Sign Co.* J. Bivard, J. Murphy, Liebing BroB., F. H. LoMier, 
H. Maynard, John Parker, Phaneuf A tialipean, L. A W. T. 
SeiberliCh, F. Senter, John Qanuon, jr., Jones & Co.; photo- 
grapliera, Desclos Bros., Lindsey & Lecuurs, 0. Desmarais, S. Piper, 
8. Jh Qaint, J. G. Bllinwood, L. W. Colby, J. F. Langley, W. B. Call, 
H. C. Wallace; planers, S. C. Forsaith Machine Co., W. F. Unb- 
bard. J. Hodge, A. C.Wallace: plumbers, T. A. 

Lane Co. , A. A. Anilaw, Connor Bros., W. E. Goodwin, J. Hunean 
J. B. iluntley, J. F. Larkin, D. E. Guiney, Arthur Belang, Lessard 
A Hevey, 1. J. Hunean. Ma>nard & Hevey, D. J. Horrigan, 
G. W. Cotter, Geo. W. Hamlin, H. Hursfall, W. L. Spaulding, 
T. M. Miller & Co., Manchester Heating and Lighting Co., H. Strat- 
ton, N. J. Beaumier, A. L. Belanger, M. J. Coleman, Louis Wolf, 
Pike A Heald Co.; printers, J. B. Clarke Co., A. S. Campbell & Co., 
Novelty Adv. Co.,C L. Fitzpatrick, W. G. Stone, Lnssier Bros., J. A. 
Williams, W. E. Moore, Nate KetluggCo., R. Bechard, T. H.Tuson, 
Star Stamp Co., P. J. Flood, Broderick k Boyle: roofers, Chas. B. 
Brown, F. W. Blood & Co., H. Stratton, W. M. Barrah & Co., J. 
J. Morbau, F. L. Noyes; slaters, F.'W. Blood & Co., W. M. Dar- 
rah A Co», J. J. Morean ; tailors, Nicholson ft Co., M. F. Sherry, P. 
£. Sheehan,Ttao8. Burke, Queen City Tailoring Go.,RocheBter Clothing 
Co.,A. Barelle, D. Engle, T. Fraaer, Omer Uagnon, M. J. ilealy, 
T. F. Barke, M. McDonald, Plumer & Holton, B. £. 
KcKean, Handy & Thayer, W. H. Mara, N. B. Hayes, P.H. Marchaud, 
£. Simard, A. Tarbell, F. A. Tillman, R. Tobin; tanners, curriers and 
wool pullers. Gerrish Wool A Leather Co., Kimball & Brown, J. £. 
Merrill & Co. ; upholsterers, R. D. Gay. C. A. Hoitt & Co., A. M. 
Finney, J. T. McQueston Co., J. Howitz, D. A. Simons; electricians, 
A. L. Franks & Cu„ Manchester Heating & Lighting Co., E. M. Bry- 
ant & Co., Brodie Electrical Co.* electric light companies, Manches- 
ter Slectric light Co.: The Electric Co.; rubber stamps, stencil cut- 
ters and die siukers, Star Stamp Co.; seal cutters, Star Stamp Co., 
Paige & Myrick. 

Merchants^ Agricultural implements, Manchester Hardware Co., 
J.B. Varick Co. ; auctioneers, Cavanaugh Bros., G. F. Bosher, Taggart 
k Manahan, H. B. Fairbanks ; books and stationery, W. P. Goodman* 
Temple k Farrington Co., E. R. Cobum Co., L. T. Mead, C. H. Kim- 
ball, Mrs. Josephine LeBoeuf, W. D. Henry k Co. ; boots and shoes, 
W. H. Cate, Geo. W. Dodge Shoe Co..A.Beaumier,John Caflhman,John 
Cayser, N. Daigle, F. C. i>owShoeCo.,S.Feldman,C.L.Fuller,J.A.La- 
b^ecque, Montplaisir k Fowler, T. J. O'Connor, H. Simon, P. Toole, 
f . Vytal, Jos. Quirin, C. H. Thayer k Co., Dodge k Straw, Wingate 
ftGonld. A. k W. S. Heath, John Francis, F. H. Auger, Burke Bros., E. 
P. Cronan, D. F. Shea, Bolander k •Swanson. Costello Bros., W. P. 
Farmer, G. L. Robinson, J. R. Laflamme k Co., Scheer k Renker, 
G. Richard, G. Schlaugh, 0. G. Trudeau, N. 0. Morin k Co., Manning 
k Co. ; carpets. Barton k Co., Syndicate Furniture Co., 0. Caron, C. 
A. Hoitt k Co., A. M. Finney, A. Demoulpied ; clothing and furnish- 
hkg goods, Talbot, Godfrey Clothing Co., Weston k Martin, H. M. 
Moody, C. M. Floyd, Amoskeag Clothing Co., B. Kamber, J. KatE, 
Mrs. B. Reams. Lane k Duzois. McEiroy k Wathen, I. Reanik, 
R. Schneider, Hoffman Bros., M. O'Dowd, Wm. Marcotte k Co., Plum- 
« k Holton, Wm. Shretski, A. Tarbell, J. L. Niven, J. Tittleman, 
A L.KlmbidL Boyle Bros., Partridge and Wanamaker, Bobitaille, 
Lsflame k Co7, Sullivan k Co.; coal and wood, D. M. Poore, £. W, 



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Equinox Spring Co., F. H. Orvit 
Manchester, Vt 



152 BUSINESS DIRBCTORT. 

Pooro, J. P. Rassell 3c Co., E. V. Turcotte, G«). Whitford, Maachea- 
ter Cual A Ice Co^ M. Desfoues A Son, W. £. Danbar A Son, 

A. II. QirardiQ, F. Gravellne, J. H, Parmerton, W. H. Bonrat- 
•a, J. J. Gushing, J. Muse, Peterson & Llndqnist, L. B. BodweU 
A Co., Moore A Preston, J. F. Wyman, A. Schinic, W. B. Preecott, 
Boisclair A Raichft, A. Ferlan«l,0. M.Titns, John W. Wilson & ^^on, 
R. E. Wilson, W. E. Harrison, N. Hale, J. H. DeCoury Co., Flint, 
Haakell A Flint; coffins, F. L. Or»y,F. L. Wallace A Co., A. B. 
Morse, F. X. Chenelte, B. V. Turcotte, Kean A Sheeban. T. F. 
Collins; colce, Manchester Gas Light Co.; confectionery and frnit^ 
Geo. A. Murphy, Patriclc O'Connell, B. Booth, J. H. Canney, A. M. 
Eastman, Mrs. J. F. McCarty, J. Filler A Co., Charles 
Tt»otlngian, Louis Belli, A. Bruno A Co., J. Ferrari, J, Perrettf, C. 
Langmald, M. Padovani A Co., M. Saidel, H. H. Travis, J. Delonne, 
T. Kelley, E. R. Barry ; crockery, C. DeMouIpied A Co^ 

B. B. Femaia, A. (Detnoulpied, R. K. Home, G. R. Tanoe 
A Co.. I). A. Simons, Syndicate Furniture Co., 0. A. Hoitt A 
Co., Be Moulpiel A Gresle) ; drugs and medicines, N. H. 
Colby, J. Holland A Co., W. B.-Mitchell, Potvin A Co., A. J. Preconrt 
F. L. Way, Z. F. Campbell, A. D. Smith, Ij. H. A W. M. Eames, F. F! 
Thurston, 0. £. Richards, Q. L. DeMartigny, J. Doucet A Co., C. E. 
Dufort, O. A. WilUams, C. J. Woods A Co., P. C. Miville, H. A. 
Zickendrath, E. C. Smith, TebbetU A Sonle, E. H. Currier, J. B. Hall, 
F. A. James, J. 0. Burbank, J. B. Baril A Co., A. Q. A Z. li. Straw, 
Dyer A Chipman, C. K. Knowlton, Lemaire Bros.. Littlefield Drug 
Co., A. D. Richards, Roy and Boire Drug Co., MarshHll A Knowlton, 
Suelling A Woods ; dry goods Mr«. D. Clialifoux, Chas. Cote, MiviHe 
A DescheneM, N. T. Store Branch, Sarah Niclcles, Paris Bros., L. P. 
Labonte, Caldwell Sisters, F. W. Leeman, J.B. Paris, J. Pollard * Co., 
M. A. McDonough, Q. A. Parsons, E. C. Wescott, P. F. Toole, Barton 
A Co., Clark A Estey, Qaznille A Co., O. H. Tanswell, J. W. Hill Co., 
Jos. St. Yves A Co., Wallace A Mailloux Hardy & Folaom, P. Kean ; 
,fancy goods, S. £. Butterfleld, S. R. Nlckles, Clark Bros., G. A. Par- 
sons, Clark A Estey, G. H. Tanswell, S. G. Fletcher. Barton A Co., Na- 
deau A Pierre, Mrs. J. J. Stanton, Mrs. D. Lanevil e, J. Pollavd & 
Co., Mrs. S. .1. Welcome, M. J. McAllister, Mrs. M. A. Donoagh, 
Frank W.Pitts, Lizzie Gillis,Hardy A Folsom, J.W.Hill Co.; fish and 
oysters. Hall A Stearns, W. H. Murray. 0. T Allen, E. S. Newton, 
W. H. Murray, H. A. Noel- florists, A. G. Hood, Kirby Floral Co., 
Ingram A Meader, Pearl Street Conservatories, Ray Brook Garden 
Co., F. A. Koerner, F. S. Worthen A Son, L. Schwartz; flour, grain 
and meal, Adams Bros., A. H. Girardin, R. E. Wilson, A.N. Clapp, 
H. W. Parker, Piscataquog Flour and Grain Mill, Partridge Bros., 
Merrill A Freeman, Annis Flour and Grain Co.. The Daniels-Cornell 
Co.. S. L. Flanders, A. W. Morse, C. S. Magoon A Co., H. Fradd A Co., 
W.'F. Merrill; furniture, Odile Caron, A. Demoulpied, H. B. Fair- 
banks, R. D. Gay, J. P. Martin, C. DeMouIpied A Co., A. M. Finney- 
L. H. Josselyn A Co., Josselyn A Read Co., C. S. McKean, M. C. 
Blanchard A Co., D. A. Simons, C. A. Hoit A Co., J. Y. McQues- 
tion Co., Syndicate Furniture Co., DeMouIpied {A Gresley; furs, N. 
Nichols ; groceries. A. N. Clapp, A. M, Eastman, Esiger A Co., 
A. N. Carpentier, H. C. Hall, P. Archambault, H. Pariseau, Bien- 
veme A Turcotte, F. J. Bixby, Blake & Jenkins Co., A. H. Cate, E. C. 
Eastman, P. Voyer, P. C. Garaache A Co., E. Honle, Lamourenx 
Bros., Albert Lemire, P. Martel, B. P. Murray, A. Oliver, Phoenix 
Market, 0. W. Price, Geo. Roe, N. B. Reed, Steele A Flanders, Wm. 



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liCI UlilOX Equinox Spring Co., F. H. Orvia, 
^""^ ^^ x^ * ■ ■ V^y-v Manchester, VL 

BUSmSSS DIRBOTOBT. 158 

Young, T. F. Fiiield, M. McQaade, J. J. Grenler, John Gashman, J 
H. Wis8;in A Co., S. L. Flanders, H. B. Alton, N. Boarnival, C. H. 
Clark, N. Daigle, J. W. Clay, J. N. Lacourse & Co., H. I. Fancher 
ft Co., S. Pinard, C. Robitaille, H. H. Williams, Annis Flour k 
Oraln Co., Barlow ft Nye, J. B. Belanger, J. F. Cahill, O.W. Davis, B. 
Dickinson, H. Fradd k Co., A. Gray, A. L. Qadbois, Granite State 
Grocery Co., P. F. Grenier, Qrlffln Bros., Mary Hayes, C. 8. Magoon ft 
Co., A.. MarcOviller, M. Mclntire, C. E. Newcombe, Eugene Quir- 
in, Morris Sack, Trahan ft Co.. J. J. Twomey, N. Verrette, C. Vigne- 
anlt, J. Hayes, H. J. Holmes, J. A. Kane, E. P. Desrochers, 
Mrs. M. A. Hastings, B. Hecker, J. Huard, 0. D. Knox ft Co., 
T. jr. Labrecque, Lindquist Bros., G. C. I/ord, T. Mahoney, E. Mar- 
chand ft Co., P. Martin, A. N. Nettle, Noyes ft Prince, Parnell Bros., 
E. 'W. Perkins, D. M. Poor ft Son, Mrs. Mary Reardon,D. A. Shan- 
aban. Octave J. Turcotte, M. Verette, H. Weber, 8. M. Worthley, 
Bete ft Bogler, M. L. Bussiere, Chandormet ft Co., J. N. DesGroseil- 
lier, M. J. Foisey. C. A. Friborg, N. L. G,«UTin, Geo. Genest, Genest ft 
Son, Jos. Groozewski, 8. J. Hayes, Lasalle ft Co., E. Petit ft Co., Jos. 
Hoard, B. J. Madden, R. McGee, D. B. Morency, A. W. Morse, B. P. 
Murray, F. T. Parker, Peltrlk Frank, Eugene Sigrlst, Steele ft Flan- 
ders, E. M. Walker, Queen City Market, G. Fred Whittier, Burbank 
ft Hamilton; wholesale grocers, Daniels, Cornell ft Co., H. W. Par- 
ker, J. H. Parmerton; wholesale produce. Baker ft Allen, Dodge ft 
liaiog. Gage ft McDougal, E. M. Slayton Co., A. S. Lamb, J. C. Fur- 
nees, B. F. Welch, W. Wheatley, Horace Marshall ; hardware, Man- 
chester Hardware Co., J. B. Varick Co.; hay and straw, Adams 
Bros., Freeman ft Merrill, A. H. Girardin, Vassenr ft Belisle, R. 
E. Wilson, C. R.Merrill, E. Turcotte, Partridge Bros., Merrill ft 
Freeman : house famishing goods, C. M.Bailey, A. DeMoulpied, C. 
DeMouIpied ft Co., DeMoulpied ft Gresley, Leightoa ft Trudel R. K. 
Home, J. J. Moreau, Pike ft Heald Co., Syndicate Furniture Co. 
G. R. Yance, C. A. Hoitt ft Co., H. B. Fairbanks; ladies' furnish- 
ing goods. Barton ft Co., Clark ft Esty, Frank Fitts, Hardy ftFoIsom, 
J. W. Hill Co. ;, leathei, Kimball ft Brown, Kimball ft Hobbs ; lime 
and cement^dams Bros., Head ft Dowst Co., S. C. Forsaith Machine 
Co., M. A. Wason, H. W.Parker: lumber, Gilman Clough, Dana ft 
Provost, A. C. Wallace, L. A. Clough, J. Hodge ; meat, (who- 
lasale) Manchester Prov. Co.. Manchester Beef Co., Nelson Morris 
ft Co.,J.E.Toule Co.,Granite State Beef Co., Manchester Slaughtering 
ft RenderingCo.; millinery,CIark ft Esty, Seraphine Archambeaul^ 
Brown ft Butroan, Bee Hive, Carle ft Sargent, B. Codaire ft 
Co., Mrs. John Delorme, Maggie Haley, Miss J. H. Prefontaine, Sea- 
ver ft Sheehan, Moses Bly, C. B. Fletcher, Nellie Cressey, 
Archambeault ft Co., Charest ft Conlon, Mrs. J. D. Lafond, Mrs.J. 
0. Lane, Mary Y. McGrail, E. -B. Phillips, Sanborn ft Larrabee, 
Jennie M. Thompson, F. W. Fitts, S. G. Fletcher; 
music, C. H. Kimball, W. H. Elliott; musical instru- 
ments and pianos. Piper ft Mclntire, F. H. Auger ft Co.. A. L. Jenkins, 
B. A. Blooraey, Wm. Hart, E. T. Baldwin, W. H. Elliott. C. H. Kim- 
ball, J. 8.Duggan;picture frame8,E.R.Cobnrn Co.,Hale ft Whittemora, 
P. J. O'Connell; paper hangings. Temple ft Farrington Co., K. D. 
Oay, Joel Daniels ft Co., John Bryson, D. A. Simons, J.J. Abbott. J. 
Cboate, C. A. Hoitt ft Co.,- J. R. Carr ft Co., L. ft W. T. Seiberlich, 
Geo. CresBey, Demersft Co.,A. A. Mitchell, G. W. Hamlin; 
pumps, Manchester Hardware Coi. Pike ft Heald, T. A. 
Lane Co., J. B. varick Co. ; rubber goods, Kimball ft Hobbs ; sewing 
DMhlDM, C. H. Kimball, Singer MTgOo., L. BnlUvan, Wh«tlor ft 



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154 BUSIMB88 DIRBCTORT. 

Wilson Co.; watobM and Jewelry, D. E. Brown, J. B. Cha^, Gto. 
Clarke, Damae Jewelry Co., Jos. OeoflHon, Looil . 
KirtMh, Henry Lemey, Louis Olevson, B. Pontant, \ 
John Taylor, H. Dudley, M. J. LeBoenf. 0. Thompson, Temple ft ftur- ' 
rington Co., 0. A. Trefethen. C. W. Anderson Sc Co., John Moow, i 
LoT^oy A 8tratton,W.H.EUiot,Pearson k DeMontigny.G.F.Howe. Oy 
rns Dean ; wholesale flour and grain deRlert3.L.Plandera, Adams Bras^ 
W. M. Avery ft Co., Annis Flour and Grain Co., Daniels-Cornell Co, 
Freeman ft Merrill, B. F. Merrill, Partridge Bros., A. N. Clapp, H. W. 
Parker; wholesale produce. B. M. Slayton Co., H. Marshall. 
L. Belli, Baker ft Allen. Gage ft McDougal, A. 8. 
Lamb, IB. F. Welch, Dodge ft Lalng; wood, L. B. Bodwell ft Co, 
Moore ft Preston, Manchester Coal and Toe Co., A. Blanchet, J. 
Dubois. B. Eismann, A. H. Girardln, William Gadbont, Charles 
Lessard, J. Proule ft Co., John Seitz, Jos. Smith, A. Warren, B. B. 
Wilson, W. H.Bourossa, B. Bourque, J. J. Cushing, A. Ferland, Flin*, 
HaskeU A Flint, F. Oravelln,P.Graveline, A. Uberge, J. Maese, 0. R. 
Merrill, J. Perham, Peterson ft Lindqulst, D. M. Poors, B. W. Poors, 
W. B. Presoott, Q. W. Reed, B. J. Robinson, J. P. Russell ft Co. B. 
Turcotte, Geo. Wliitford, J. F. Wyman. 

Physicians— Lillian [G. BnUock, Charles G. Chimrg, George H. 
Davis, Thomas A. Grady, Max Guggenheim. Thomas O. Hill, M. B. 
Maxwell, St. Pierre Servale, 0. 0. Smith, F. 0. Stewart, H. A- Stew* 
art, Arthur J. Todd, G. M. Watson, H. P. Watson, Sarah B. Whit- 
temore, John F. Dowd, 0. F. Flanders, H. W. Bontwell, B. B. 
Dunbar, Jos. F. Voyer, A. G. Zervondacki, B. Q. Pyrum Perry, 
M. 0. A. Hunt, Wm. Holland, H. T. Bontwell, J. B. Lemaitre, J. 

A. Jackson, L. M. French, Chas. Corey, J. Ferguson, J. P. Walker, 

B. Sylvain, J. W. D. McDonald, C. A. Manning, D. S. Adams, H. B. 
Bumham, Wm. M. Parsons, G. D. Towne, J. W. Mooar, J. B. 
Lanonette, Zatae L. Straw, H. J. Achard, H. deW. Carvelle, Mrs. 
L. J. Adams, F. Beandoin, Mrs. Bdwin Branch, S. J. Glronard, John 
Gleason, Jas. Harlan, B. Tremblay, L. Tremblay, J. M. Collity, BUen 

A. Wallace, P. G. Laberge, E. H. Currier, C. It Dodge, Miss 
Mary Danforth, B. B. Aldrich." J. B. E. Roy, J. F. Robinson, B. B 
Dunbar, J. F. Brown, Geo. C. Hoitt, W. F. Templeton, J. Lemay, 

C. B. Dodge, G. A. Campbell. John L. Burnham, George 
Frechette, B. N. Fugere, M. E. Kean, Gustavus BL 
Moray, C. L. JefferB, C. B. Sturtevant, 0. D. Abbott, 
P. L. Brault, I. L. Carpenter, F. H. Barnes, 
J. F. Fortier, E. Fritz, M. Gnerin, N. D. Guillet, W. A. 
Hillard, Frederick Perkins, H. W. Rose. G.Stark, J. SnlH- 
▼an, G. L. Wakefield, A. F. Wheat, Miss Etta G. Wlggin, 
W. H. Pattee, A. A. E. Brien, Cornelius F. Starr, A. G. Straw, A. 
Angulo; dentists, Hiram HUl, J. B. Prescott, C. 
E. Page. W. F. Childs, F. C. Chase, Blackstone AFisher, Clarence W. 
Buck, Bruno R. Desrosiers, Chas. L. Fitzpatrick, N. T. Folsom, 
John J. Papin, Andrew J. Sawyer. C. W. Clement, H. Baldwin A 
Son., W. E. Marden, E. A. Qniun,E. Schoenberger, C. W. Tobin, J. 

B. Tufts, B. W. Howe ; vet. snrg., A. L. Dodge, S. F. Bumham, J. Am- 
edee Charest, C. F. Roberts, Isaac Stanhope, G. H. Bllenwood. J. L. 
Golden. 

Real EsUte Agents—A. J. Lane Co., A. L. Walker ft Son, 0.0. 
Hayes, W. A. Burgess, Stark ft Blanchett, H. N. Bond.G. F. Bosher, 
^ ,>?"'«»i J. A. Folsom, L. W. ft A. A* Piurft w 



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155 



BriclL G. 3twk, Eloier B. Smith, W. C. Blodgett, G. A. Cnrrler, 
•th *Twfjmbly, G. Allen Putuam, J. A. Shewhan, W. M. Mor- 
H. B. FairbaiikB, C. H, Hint, D, A. Hollnnd, O, B, ftLigoon, 
. ATarji B. M, MandiKO, L. A. aaHs, ¥. A, Platts, J. H. Majoj-. 
Ubiic; TfJ PI. hones Manchi: fitter Telet-lioEt-Co., Tlio Kennard; New 
jlHiid Telephone Co., Pickering biiJlrlliig-Jonifl& Perrv, Uvliig- 
i4^ B^jbififiLjui, New City Ilutel, New MAneLeater Hiiusfs, A, D, 
-''*U, Steele ^t Handera, UniaD FubliahiDg Co.. C. A. WHllftmB. F. 
..»y. Hi it€l Clifton. 
IEmBch«Hter !jtre«t BaKwEy— Chaa. Williftuis, prea .; Chas. H. Bart- 
*, treas, * 
[WeffipapeiiH-MlTTor ariii AiaerlcAn^ rta^y. Mirror and Farmer, 
■ ~y, Tlae John B. Clarke Co.; Manchester tJnion, daily and 
y, Unimi Psahtlshlng Co.; The Bndi^ett, wteklr, Kendall & 
idl The Em e> raid, weekly, Bmei aid Pnb. Co.; L'AveniH National, 
l-weekly^ J. E. Bernior & Co.; AozeiKcr uiid Pc*t, weekly. IHck A 
inaapuld: Note* and Querifs, montMy, B. C. & L. M, Gould; Man- 
"'«r Advertiser, Advertiser Pub. Co.; Le Ballefin, weekly, GeJL 
E C'jrneau. 

^BftlikN— AmOMkeag Nat, G. B. Chandler, pres., J. M, Chandler, 
^-b.; First NaU Frederick Smylli, prei., A, H. BaTe ta^Ur, iSeeund 
:,, Joj^ifib Carpenter, pre*., 0, K. lii«it>, cash.; Morchant'M Nat., 
p. Ilunt, prew., A. M. fkai d, cai+h.; Manchoater Nat% W, M. Par- 
^ prea., VV. D. BtenriiH, cash,; Com rfl.iii wealth Nat , A. M. Heaid, 
«lv6r. Bt^iifi'ngf /frin4*— AraoekeaK, Mi.ody Currier, p res,, Hftdry 
-ndler, tr€iu«.; Maneliester, €. D. ML-Diiflie, pies., W, M, Parker, 
1.; Merritnack River, Freemao Hipelns, prew , Fred'k Sifiytb, 
.; People'a, P. C- Cht ncy, pro., (r. B. Chaadlwr, treaa.; GKiaran* 
J". M. Parker, pree., N. P. Himt, treas,; Mechanir/fi, H. li, Bnrn- 
Q, pre-*.. Job] ah Carp+tnter. treaii,; N. 11. Ttiiat Cu,, E, J. I'eaKleo, 
gljrer; BfJrryfli-ld Savhtga, D, Arthur Tagfjarl, rwtiver; Bank of 
aglacid, in liquidaliun* 

ItlvB— JlE-art of Oak Lodge, S. of St. Oef>rge: Hil]ab<jro Lodge, 
Hies Lodge, WiMey Lodge, Ridglny Loclg'-, Uncaiioonuc Lodge 
t), WotioJansft Eneanjpment. Mt, WuHhington Encampment, 
— RifIgL*ly, 1 O, 0. F.; Social Kebekah Lodge, Arl-nttiH Rebekah 
_ , Mktit-toe Bebekah Lrjdge (Wewt); PioMotr Lodge, Security 
I*dge, A, O, U, W.; Pusaaeonnaway Trlbf%Manerc|iii] Tribe, L O. ft. 
M.t Minnebaha Conndl. D* of P.; Dt-lta Couhoi], Nutilald tJouncil, K, 
A ; Granite* Lodge. Merrimack Lodgw, Euck Itenjinon Lodjce, Golden 
BMle Lrjdi^e, K. uf P.; Lonia Bell Po^t, i api. Jos. Frtsrhi Poet, G. A. 
R.; WoniaiVB Belief Corps; W. "VV.BixJWM Camp, S. of Y.; Court La- 
fayette^ Court Gen, Stark. Court City of Manchester, Court Grftrdte 
State, Con rt Queen Citv {W^fit), I. C>. F.; Webster Colony Jannist K. 
Shepjird Colony, U.O.P, F.; Manchester Cooncil, K. of C.; llock 
^Bamnio^a Council, Am. L. of H,; Maneheflter Cnjiuniandwry, U. O. G. 
" ; Mizpah Commander^', Ben, Franklin Council, (ren. Stwrk Conncil, 
reniug Star Council, Sini8<-t Council ^Woatj, 0. TJ. A. M.; Templo 
idge, Alpine r^rftdge, K, of IL', Amoakeag Grange; Stark Lodge, 
ierrlmack Lodge^ I. O. O. T.; Washington J^dge, ]Lafkj ette Lodg«, 
■rliiity Coinmaisdery, Adonirani Caiiuci;, Mt. Hor('b (Chapter A F 
A. M.; Kuth Chapter, O. E. 9. 

SoHitH'lulis— iMrryfield Club, Calumet Club, The Gymnaflium, 
?lilb Jolltet; Grattan Club, Now nwnipsblre Cfilholic Club, Cygoet 
loatClub, The Tttrnverein, W«at End Social Club, Prtit Club, Coon 
B^b of K. H., Electrtc Club. 



f^^NKUT^ I^* ANYONBi prevail upon you to 
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•^ ^^ * ^ * Rheumatic Cure -all vegetable. 

156 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

]llapl<>woo<l— Oraftoo Co. B. R. station in snnimer on Profile 
k Franoonia Nutch By. In town of Bethlehem. Stage from Bethle- 
hem. See Bethlehem. 

MARLBOROVOH, Cff£SHIRB-Vop. 1.096. 8. W. fir. C. 
48 m. ; S. B. fr. Keene.6 m. B, R. 5.— Marlboro,2^m. on Oheehire B. B. 
% m. on B. L. A 0. R. R. Stage twice a daj. 

OPPI0BR8— (^erAr, F. B. Adams; TVeoi., 0. G. Davis; SeZeeCmm. 
I. B. Gatesjf. Mason, J. B. Farnum; Board of BducatioH. 8. H. Me- 
Collester, B. P. Richardsun; Board ofH«aUh. W. H. Aldiich, M. 
D., Clinton Collins, J. F. Mason. 

Postmasters— 0. L. Berais ; Depot, O. H. Sheldon. 

Justices— C. 8. Moors, 0. 0. Davis, Clinton Collins, L. A. Fnller, 
Luke Knowlton. C. L. Bemls, A. M. Doollttle, B. P. Richardson, C- 
Mason, W. H. Aldrich. 

Churches— Cong., ; Metb., D. J. Smith ; R. Gath , D. C 

Ling; Univ.,C. F. Mclntire. 

Exp. Agents— R. M. Lawrence; DepoL C. S. Moors. 

Hotels— Converse House, Mrs. N. Oonverse; Marlboro House, 
Ja^. McNoIty. 

Liverv Stable— K M. Lawrence. 

Tel. h^^i—Depot, O. Sheldon. 

Societies -Marlboro Gh-ange; Paquoig Lodge, I. O. O. F.: Harmony 
Rebekah Lodge; Harbor Commandery, U. O. (*. C.; Winnewawa 
Council U. O. A. M.; Court Winnewawa, F. of A. 

Manuracturers— Bail boxes, chair stock and lumber, Depot, L. A. 
Fuller, A. P. Knight A Co.; blacksmiths, F. Waldo, W. L. Stacy 
blankets, Cheshire Blanket Mills. C. 0. Whitney, W. H. Clark ; painters 
White k Gray, Silas Hobert, J. Pelkey; builder, A. A. Adams; flour, 
and meal, L. H. Towne ft Co. : granite, Webb Granite and Oonstmc- 
tion Co.; horse blankets, Monadnock Blanket Co., Richardson ft 
Pease; job printer, W. L. Metcalf; palls, W. W. Richardson; Dq^ 

A. Fuller jr.; patent roof paint, J. A. White; sash and blinds. 
Depot, T. ft Q. A. Sherman ; woolen yam, J. Townshend ; harnesses, 
S. M. Wood, A. E. Savard. 

Merchants— Garfield ft Adams, C. B. Collins A Co., Adams ft Atwood, 
G. A. Whitney, Knowlton Bros. ; boxes, D. J. Hart : drugs, ftc, A. M. 
Doolittle ft Co. ; meat, H. L. Page, Adams ft Atwood; millinery. Miss 
E. A. Knowlton; notions, boots and shoes, F. P. Wellington; tinware 
and stoves, Davis, Wright ft Harlow ; ftirniture and undertaker, C. 
Collins ft Co.; groceries, J. Fortier ; barber, H. S. Towns. 

Physicians— W. H. Aldrich, C. W. Harrington. 

Sta. Agents— Depot, G. H. Sheldon, F. L. Ham. 

Public Telephone— Garfield ft Adams' store; Depot, F. B.B.statiOD. 

MARIiOW, CHESHIRE— ^op. 584. W. fr. C. 60 m.; N. B. fr. 
Keene, 16 nt. R. R. £f.— KeeDe,on Cheshire R. R.,16 m.; Hanct»ck, 16 m. 
on M. ft K. R. R Daily stages to Keene, Hancock, Papermill Village 
and E. Lempster. 

OFFICERS— CZ«r*, J. M. Perkins; Treas., H. F. Towne; SeUdmen, 
W. M. Davis, L. D. Tinker, F. W. King ; Board of Education, W. 
H. Perkins, J. W. Fletcher, E. A. Jones; Board cf Health. H. B.Ho- 
vey, Wm. 8. Gh-HV, H. F. Herrick. 

Postmaster— L. D. Tinker. 

Physicians— Marshall Perkins, W. M. Robb 

Justices— J. Q. Jones, P. E. Fox, W. H. Perkins, B.G. Hnntlsy, 

B. A. Jones. ' ' 
Churches— Meth., G. B. Goodrich; Univ., 



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BUSINBflS DIBECTORT. 157 

Hotels ft Livery Stal>)es— Forest House, Q. A. Petts. 
Societies— Forest Lodge, I. O. O. F.; GK>lden Rule Rebekah Lodge; 
Henry Stereos Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Oorps; Excelsior 
firing: 

Manufacturers— GarrfageB, B. Bizby ; lumber, W. E. Gee, G. F. 
Ge«, R. P. Craig, Downing Bros. ; chair stock, Ac^ R. F. Craig, R. 
Hollsmd A Son; grist mill, W. E. Gee; rakes. Freeman Phelps; sugar 
evaporators and food cookers, Granite State Evaporator Co. 
Meehanies— Blacksmith, F. R. Webster. 

Merchants— Perkins Broe.,II. F. Towne; drugs, medicines and 
fkncy goods, L. D. Tinker; meat, E. M. Elliott ; millinery, Mrs. H. F. 
Towne; tinware, stoves, &c., A. M. Davis & Co.; barber, E.F.French. 
Pubhc Telephone— L. D. Tinker. 

IKttrtim's— Merrimack Co B. B. station in town of Hooksett. 
See Hookaett. 

MASON HILLSBOROUGH— Vov. 629. 8. W fr. C. 40 m. ; W. fr. 
Ktiahaa, 18 m. R. R. &— Mason Centre depot 1 m. fr. village, Pratt's; 
Sution on Peterboro ft Shirley Branch R. R. 2}i ms. Stage twice a* 
day from Mason Centre. McDonald's Station 1 m. 

OFFICERS— Cferi(;,C. B. Goodwin; Treas^ Nelson L. Barrett: Setecf- 
m«n, E. S. Spaulding, U. 0. Reed, B. F. March; Board of Education, 
A. B. Eaton, Lura M. Spaulding, A. O. Childs; Board of Healthy 
Timothy Rnssell, M. R. Hodgman, B. F. March. 
Postmaster— 0. B. Goodwin; /^nittt, Jason Russell. 
Justices— James Russell, Herman Whittaker, T. Rnssell, A. B. 
Eaton. 
Meefcaairs— Painters, F. T. Russell, E. S. Kennedy.'', 

Church— Cong., 

Exp. Agt.— Mrs. P. M. Lowell. 
Society— Fruitdale Grange. 

Manufacturers— Carpenters, L. A. Blood, Chas. I. Wilkinson; 
quarrying, National Granite Co., J. F. Dolan; soap, M.L. Barrett; saw 
mills and lumber, B. & A. D. Fessenden, Johnson Lumber Co. 

Merchants— J. H. Dixon, Timothy Rnssell; agricultural imple- 
ments, £. H. Russell, 
in a sob's— Coos Co. B. R. station in town of Stratford. 
WaswM bestc— Hi^8boro Co. B. B. station in city of Manches- 
ter. See Manchester. 

Rlast Tard— Merrimack Co. B. B. station in city of Concord. 
See Concord, 
mcllonald— Hillsboro Co. B. B. station in town of Mason. 
meadows — Coos Co. In town of Jefferson. B. R. station name 
Jeflisrson Meadows* See Jefferson. 

HoItIb's Mills— Merrimack Co. B. B. station in town of 
Warner. See Warner. 

nelTin Wlllagw— Carroll Co. In town of Tuftonboro. 
Steamer in summer at Weirs and Long Island. Stage from Wulfe- 
boro. 

MEREDITH:, BELKNAP—Vov. 1,642. N. fr. C. 36 m ; N. from 
LaconiaOm. £.£. S.— Meredith Tillage, on B. & M. R. R. Stage 
for Sandwich from Oct. 15 to June 15; arrives 12 noon, leaves afier 
the Boston trains. 

OFFICERS— aerAr.B. F. Roberts; Treas.j Edmund Quimby; Se- 
leetoien, Edwin Cox, W. H. Neal, Curtis F.Smith; Board ^ Education, 
8. A. Garland, N. B. Pltunmer, A. J. Mead; Board of HeaUh, F. L. 
Htwkin8,M. D., Philip McCrillis, N. G. Plummer. 



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158 BU8INB88 DHUBCTORT. 

PostmasUrs— Cfen^aTy J. H. Allbright; VUtage, T. L. WaAU 
Sear J$land, Solomon Lor^oy. 

Justices— P. D. Blaifdell, Ebeneser Sterens, Hanson Beede, O. 
Hoyt, D. B. Eston, J. L Prescott, W. H. Neal, M. 3. Plammer, Jol 
WetMter, J. F. Beede, B. R. I>earbom, D. B. Baton, B. M. Bni 
John C. Pase, Bertram Blaisdell, J. F. Smith, H. 8. Davis. 

Bank — Meredith VilUge Saviogs, 0. 6. Hoyt, Pres.; D. E. Eu( 
Cashier. 

Churches— Cong., R. T. Osgood ; F. Bap., A. W. Bradeen *; 
Saunders; CfmUr, F. Bap., ; Oak Bill, J. Srskine, p. (T 

ad. Meredith. 

Bating House— J. W. Whits. 

Ex. Ag't— Bdwln Ckix. 

SUt Agt-L. tt. Bumell. 

Hotel— BIm Douse, W. N. Whiting. 

Ins. Ag'ts— O. F. Sanborn. P. A. Ellsworth, Bertram Blaisdell. ■ 

Lawyer— Bertram Blaisdell. 

Livery Stables— Edwin Cox, W. J.i Collins, D. F. Bean, W. N. 
Whiting. 

Societies— Chocorua Lodge, A. F. A A. M.; Belknap Lodge, I. 0.0. 
F.; Lakeside Rebekah Lodge* Waukewan Lodge. White Monntain 
LodKe. I. O. G. T.; Mereditb Lodge, K. of P • Algonquin Tril>e, L 
O. R. M* Kii»»umpee Council^ D. of P.; Geo. S. Cram Post, Q. A. B.; 
Wm. S. Hawkins t. amp, S. of T.; Winnipesaukoe Grange; Meredith 
Public Library; Kusumpee Conncil, D. of P. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, W. M.Rand, E. H. Maloon, B. W. 
Prescott, L. W. Whiting; builders, C. D. Maloon, H. T. Jones, 
A. J. Watson, F. A Blake, A. W. James ; Center^ J. S. San* 
born ; carriages, E. H. Maloon, W. J. Collins; coiflns and caskets, H. 
0. Moulton, D. A. Ambrose; harnesses, S. M. Estes; lumber, Mer- 
edith Shook & Lumber Co., Q. H. Clark k Co.; lumber 
and carding mills, OttUer^ T. Muzzy ; marble works, J. U. Farnham; 
masons, (brick) J. D. Bartlett, F. W. Smith, O. H. Thurston ; organs 
and boats, J. S. Robinson; painters, (carriage and sign,) F. h. Harts- 
horn ; painters, (house,) John Easter, J. J. A. Reynolds, N. C. Pres- 
cott, John ChoHte; patent adjustable sieve, A. S. Cloogh; patent 
swivel plow, WAdleigh Plow Co.; photographers, J. L. Chase ; printers, 
W. J. Randolph; tailor, J. 8. Wadleigh ; undertakers, p, A. Ambrose, 
H. 0. Monlton. 

Merchants — Dry goods and ready-made clothing, £. C. Mansfield 
dry goods, ready made clothing, groceries, grain, hardware, paints, 
oils, and crockery, J.W. Beede & Co.: groceries, hardware, paints, etc.. 
Pease ft Towie ; groceries, A. A. Kidder Sc Co., P. D. Blaisdell ; grocer- 
ies, grain and crockery ware, J. B. French; meat, groceries, etc., D. A. 
Ambrose; Center, A. Barney ; drugs, medicitAs, books and stationery, 
C. W. Morrison, G. F. Sanborn ; furniture, J. 3. Robinson, D. A. Am- 
brose ; Jewelry, C. E. Eastman ; merchant tailor, J. S. Wadleigh ; 
millinery, Mrs. J. U. Farnham, Mrs. Keith ; small wares and fancy 
goods. Miss 0. B. Osgood ; tinware, stoves, etc., T. S. Moses, George 
Bartlett; Centre, Wm.H. Cate; flsh and oysters, D. A. Ambrose, C. 
G. Piper; ice, H. V. Jones; meat, T.B. Choate; barber, A. L. Reed; 
dressmakers, Mrs. A. S. Roberts, Miss Addle Folsum. 

Physicians— N. C. Nutting, F. L. Hawkins, Mary A. Nutting, Rev. 
H. 8. Davis; dentists, C. C. Matthewson, C. S. Woodman. 

TeL Agent— O. W. Morrison. 

Public Telephone— Miss O. B. Osgood. 






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" BUSINESS DIBEOTORY. 169 

T IVIerideu — SnlliTan C!o. In town of Plalnfleld. Stage from 
,~Xehanoii, ( laremont, and Windsor, Yt. See Plainfield. 
« flierrtll— Strafford Ck>. In town of Farmington. Stage from 
§^chester. See Farmington. 

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MEBRIMACK9 HILLSBOROUGH— Vo^. 957. S. ft-om 0. 26 
m ; S. W. fr. Manohester, 10 ni. . N. from Nashua, 8 m. £.A.iS.— Merri- 
mack, Reed's Ferry, and Thornton's Ferry, on B. & M.B. B. South 
Merrimack, on Nashua and Wilton R. R. 

OFFICERS— OZ«rA;, D. R. Jones ; 2Vea«., J. E. Haseltine; SeUctmen^ 
J. B. Holtt, W. M. West, J. F. Foster ; Board of Education, Miss E. 
A. Cross, Henry A. Harris, R. M. Gordon; Collector, W. E. Kittredge; 
-Sitperwaor*, Luther Kittredge, William F. Patterson, H.S.Herrick; 
Oonstables, Edwin G. Cook, G. B. Blanchard; Board of HeaUh^ F. P. 
Jones, H. A.^ Harris, G. H. Greeley, M. D. 

Postmaster & Exp. Ag't— J. T. Jones. 

Justices— Charles S. Nesmith. G. F. Spanlding, L. Kittridge, Alden 
Tonngman, J. T. Jones, W. M. West, J. Hodorniftn, E. Parker. 

Hotol— Merrimack House, J. M. Dow; boarding house , F. A* Beu, 
ion. 

Publie Telephone— R R. station, J. T. Jonei. 

Cburetf^Cong., . 



BRODBECK CANVAS CANOES. Send for price 
list. F. BRO DBECK, W. Box. Disfe., BoOTOW. 

160 BUSINSSS DIBEOTORT. 

Literary Institutions— McGaw Normal Institata, T. Sherman, prin.; 
PabUc Ubrary, MUs K. A. CroM, Ub. 

Manufacturers— Sboea, Merrimack Shoe Co.; apools and bobblnf, 
Hambleton Bros 'tablet, D. R. Jones. 

Merchant— 0. W. Moulton. 

Societies— Thornton Grange; J. 8. Thornton Post, G. A. R.; Webster 
Commaodery, U. 0. G. C. 

ftontlft— Postmaster— J. W. Morse. 

Church— Gong., . Ei. Ag*!— A. Harris. 

Man uraeturer— Lumber. Rodney Hodgman. 

Mechanic— Carpenter, Oeo. E. Patterson. 

Merchant— Groceries, hay and grain, J. W. Morse. 

Reed^a Ferry— Postmaster— J. B. Haseltine. 

Exp. Agent— H. A. Gagnon. , 

Hotel— Parker House. 

Lawyer— Walter B. Kittridge. ^ 

Manufacturers— Flsb barrels, kits, cooper stock and lumber, Fes- 
senden k Lowell; overalls, J. 0. Klttredge; grist mill and grain, J. 
Stowell. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, J. B. Elliot, Samnel W. Barlow. 
W.W.Schneider; machinist, J. B. Elliot: carpenter, J. L. Mcln- 
tire. 

Merchants— Hasseltine k C3o; bicycles, W. H. Campbell; meat, 
Geo. WatklDs; farm machinery, D. R. Hutchinson. 

Hall— Wheeler Hall. 

Public Telephone— Feraenden k Lowell. 

Thornton's Ferry— Postmaster k Exp. Ag't— H. P. Gage. 

Merchant— G. B. Griffin; flour grain, groceries and bicycles, B. L. 
Button. 

Manufticturer—GriRt and saw mill, B. L. Button. 

Physician— G. H. Greeley. 

M I ODIiETOIV, STRA FFORD—Vop. 207. N. B. fr. C. 40 m ; N. 

W. fr. Dover, 24 m. R. R. &— Union Vl/1., S m., on Con. Div. Eastern 
R. R. Stage Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Farmington, 7 miles, 
on D. k W. R. R. 

OFFICERS— CterJfc, H. 8. Stevens, p. o. ad. Union; Treat., A. C 
Moore: Selectmen^ John H. Young, G. D. Drawbridge, H. D. Stevens ; 
Board of Edttcation^ J. H. Young, J. D. Moore, Geo, Shapleigh; 
Library Trustees, J, H. Young, G. D. Drawbridge, R. W. Draw- 
bridge; Board o/HeaM, J. H. Young, G. D. Drawbridge, Henry D. 

Postmaster— Q. D. Drawbridge. 

Justices— J. H. Young, J. D. Moore, G. D. Drawbridge,^. A. Orne. 

Church— F. Bap. . 

Mechanics— Garpeuters, America Lane, W. P. Leighton ; painter, 
G. D. Drawbridge. 

MHjAN^'COOS-Vov. 1029. N. B. fr. C. 160 m; N. R fr. Lancaster. 
SO ni. R. «.S.— Berlin Falls, 8 m., semi-daily stage : West Milan, 7, 
on G. T. R. R. 

0FFI0ERS-C7erfc, A. C. Wight; 2V«m., G. A. Fogg; SeJeetmen, g. 
A. Collins, B. T. Robberts, N. B. Wheeler ; Board oj Education, br. 
A. G. Ph.pps, R. W. JackBon, Mrs. A. C. Wight; BOortf qf HeaUh, 
A. G. Phipp9, M. D., J. 8. Vincent, O. W. Bond, TTm*, ^ 

Postmasters-D. B. York ; BVrt, Uri Kouglemaa, 



A. book of '• Truthful Testimony " furnished upon 
application. W. A Truax & Co., Bellows Falls, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 161 

Justices— A. C. Wight, D. B. York, A. E. Wheeler, Q. W. Bond, G. 
A. Fogg, J. S. Phlpps. 

Church— Meth^ Willis Holmes. 

Hotels— P. F. Hinchey; Mrs. 0. Plummer; Wett^ Ammonoosuc, A. 
A. Trafton. 

Societies— AndroBcoggiu Valley Grange; West, Eden Grange: An- 
droscoggin Lodge, I. 0. 0. F.; Emily Flint Bebekah Lodge; North 
Star Lodge, K. of P. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, E. F. Banows; West^ W. S. Crock- 
ett ; carriages, D. 0. Boan; harnesses, R. A. Woods; shingles, R. H 
Oole; lumber, Ammonoosuc Lpmber Ck>. 

Merchants— G. E. Dole, D. B. York, A. Blake; West^ Fogg 
Brothers, Newell Bros^ Levi Eougleman; meat, Jas. N. Taylor. 

Physicians— A. G. Phipps, Ira Tucker. 

MII«FORD, HILLSBOROUQU—Po^. 3,316. S. W. from C. 26 
m ; N. W. fr. Nashua, 11 m: 8. W. from Manchester, 16 m. R. R. &— 
Milford, on Fitchburgh and B. k M. R. Rs. 

OFFICERS— a«rA;, J. M. Laws ; Treas., F. T. Sawyer ; Selectmen^ 

F. W. Ordway, Fred J. Kendall, George A. Worcester; Board of Ed- 
ucalion^ F. W. Famsworth, Mrs. Laura B. Smith, Edgar I. Kendall ; 
Chief of Police, F. A. Dodge ; ChUf Engineer^ Fire Department, W L. 
Winslow ; Asfts, Chas. E. Marvell, J. A. Bmhaney ; Roctd Commis- 
tinner, C. J. Gutterson; Board of Health, B. F. Foster, W. H. W. 
Hines. M. D., Eugene Wason, M. D. 

Postmaster- Edward Finnerty. 

Tel. Ag't—C. F.W.Smith. 

Justices— R.M. Wallace, J. M. Laws, C. C. Shaw, C. E. Knight, W. 
H. KnowItOD, A. M. Pendleton, John Kenney, E. I. Kendall, J. E. 
Foster, J. B. Bruce, Wm. P. Colburn, A. L. Keyes, F. W. Sawyer, 

G. F. Bartlett, G. E. Clark, P. W. Barnes, W. W. Hemenway, B. F. 
Foster, George A. Worcester, E. Hall, E. C. HutchinRon, L. H. Went- 
worth, F. W. Ordway. 

Baoks^Milford Savings Bank, Carl £. Knight. Pres.-, W.M. Knowl- 
ton, Canhier; Sonhegan National, John McLane, Pres.; F. T. Sawyer, 
Cash.; Building & Loan A88o.,F. E. Kaley, Pres.; O. E. Knights, 
Treas. 

Churches— Bap., F. L. Knapp ; Cong., H. P. Peck ; Meth., Arthur 

Wadsworth; R. Cath., G. F. Marshall ; Unita., A. J. Rich; Epis., 

, lay reader ; Chris. Sol., J. C. Lewis. 

Eating House — B. B. Stevens. Dining and Lodging House, Mrs, 
Lillian I. Seaver. 

Insurance Ag'tS.— Wm. M. Knowlton, C. P. Whitney , A. L. 
Keves. 

Exp. Ag'ts— American Ex. Co., W. L. Carr ; Mar8h*s, E. M. Parker. 

Hotels — Hotel Howison, Geo. Tarleton; Endicott House, H. D. 
Kpps; Milford Springs, Hotel Ponemah, A. M. Philbrick. 

l4wyers— C. E. Knight, E. I. Kendall. 

Literary Institution— Mil ford High School, H. C. Morrison, Prin.; 
Free Library. Miss R. F. Doane. librarian. 

Livery Stables— Ordway & Kendall, F. A. Thayer. 

Sociefies— Benevolent Lodge, King Solomon Chapter, B. A. M., 
A. F. * A. M.: Ciistos Morum Lod^e, Prospect Hill Encampment, I^ 
0. 0. F.; Cnsios Morum Bebekah Lodge; Matthew Thornton Lod^e, 
K, of H.; Court Milford, F. of A.; Souhegan Council, O. U. A. M.; 
Hope Council, D. of L.; O. W. Lnll Post, G. A. R.: Woman's Belief 
Coi^; Uilford Chapter, P. A. R.; Dirlgo Aswmbly, ». S. G, F.; 



OUII«D*8 Green Mountain Kidney Cure, beat remedy on eaitii 
for:kidney trouble. ' Send for practical treatiae on the kidneya, 
to J. H. GUIU), M.D.,Rapert«Vt. 

163 Busnness direotobt. 

Granite Granse; Soubeffan Oommandery, U. 0. G. O.; Bndicott Col- 
ony, P. F.; Vigilant Lodge. K. of P.; Milford Lodge, American Ben- 
efit 8 .clety. Nf W8lK>y'B Union. 

Clubs-MilfordG. A. B. Clnb« Milford Wonao'i Clab, MOford 
Camera Club, The Milford Club. Milford Hiatorloal Society. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blaclumiths» W. J. Prince, J. M. 
Stiokney, C. H. Spanlding, Wniis Bros.; builders. B.J. Parker, Thoa. 
Winters, C. L. Manning, Hazeltine k Jenkina, Geo. Goodale, Isaac 
Broutberp, Joslyn ft Sargent. W. H. Dean; caniage and sign paint- 
em, Will Broderick, C. F. Johnson; gas, steam and water fltt«rs,W.H. 
Wilson, G. A. Avery, A. Powers; monumental granite and marble 
work, I. U. Garleton, D. L. Daniels, W. H. Toang k Son, J. R. 
Thompson, M. H. Gregg, Milford Granite Co., Cheyne k Son, Coiil^ 
Bros., Star Granite Co., Columbia Granite Co., J. G. Main, N«W 
WoHterly Granite Co.; laundries. People's lanudry, 
Moy Quarg Sang, Charley Wong; photographers, J. D. Perkins, 
J. C. Burt; painters, paper hangers and glasiers, J. A. Mixer, Lelaad 
Kenney, 0. F. Johnson, George B. Grant; printera, W. 
B. Rotch, J. P. Melzer, Pointer Job Printing Co; soap boilers, W. 8. 
Keith ; basket factory, John McLane ; taxidermist, James P. Melzer ; 
undertakers, B. F. Foster, I. H. Carleton ; Souhegan Electric Light 
and Power Co.,Wm. A. Clarke, m'gr. ; carriage makers, Chas. Tarbell, 
Edward Slianghnessey ; bnildiag/nover, Haniford Thompson ; dress- 
makers, Mrs. Lura Parker, Miss Alice Wheeler, Miss Razen, Mrs. 
Boutelle, Miss A. E. Saunders, Mrs. Jennie Merrill, Mrs. A. A. Hutch- 
inson, Mrs. Helen Stanyan, Mrs. Fred Y. Parker. 

Manufacturers— Bone meal, Ac, B.S. Burns; clothing, W.Keith; 
extension tables, W. K. Emerson; &ncy boxes, etc., G. L. Darracott; 
furniture, French k Heald, S. B. Emerson ft Son; hosiery, P. Bartlett 
k Son; harnesses and carriage trimmings, M. E. Dunbar; 
knitting cotton, Morse Kaley ^^%_ Oo ; 

lumber, Dow k Gutterson, D. T. Bntterick Co., w. IB. 
Pierce k Co., F. Hartshorn, J. T. k E. B. Burns, W.H.Ware A Oo.,Howard 
Bros.. A. W. Howison, C. H. T. Smith ; meal and feed, Kendall k Wilk- 
Ins, Morrill Brothers: patent hand screens and clampe, W. P. Tar. 
bell ; picture frames, D. M. Heald ; planes, D. M. Heald: planing and 
moulding, J. T. k E. B. Burns; plows, Kendall k Wilkins; printer's 
furniture and p. o. boxes, John Mcliane; paper boxes, Wilkins Bros. 

Merchants— Grocers, Kendall k Wilkins, Carroll S. Cobom, H. L. 
Bartlett, Thomas G. Holland, Stowell k Jewett, Hutchinson k Ato- 
rill; auctioneers, C. 0. Hatch, B. F. Foster; bakery, 

G. C. Fessenden ; books and stationery, F. W. Farnsworth; boots and 
shoes, D. F. Tiiompson, J. M. Laws, D. 0. Handley, J. A. Mills; 
bicycles and fittings, Louis Hall, S. S! Baker, Will D. Sargent; 
concrete paving, J. F. Grafton; clocks and watches, Jewelry, Ac, J. 
E. Webster, J. B. Heald; clothing, hats and caps, J. A. Ober k Co., F. 
W. Richardson. Standard Clothing Co., E. A. McCrillis; coal, B. R. 
Came, Merrill Bros; coffins, 1. H. Carlton, B. F. Foster; crockery and 

flass ware, V. W. Farnsworth, Boston Store, Hutchinson k Averil], 
Imerson & Son; drugs, medicines and hardware, W. F. French, 
Kidder k Whitney, J. W. Tirrell k Co. ; dry goods, E. C. Batchelder 
k Co., H. H. Barber ; farm machinery, John Hadlock, C. E. Ken- 
dall, E. C. Hutchinson, D. T. Buttrick ; fish, R. D. Epps, H W 
Ponaghy, B. Callahan; granite, L. M. Bams, G. fI 
Parker, A. B. Cariton, W P. Bastou, Miller A Luce, B. Q. Klttredxe. 
George Falconer, Milford ^. Gregg, John B, Bishop, Nathan Mfrriir 



TRUAX RHEUMATIC CURE will enable you to 
sleep well nights. 

BUSINESS DIBECTOEY. 168 

W.H. Tonng A Son, Ponemah Qnnite Co., Milford Granite Co., C. W. 
SteTens, Marphy Brot^ LoTcijoy ft Pond; granite polishers, Hayden 
Bros. ; ice, MerrillBros., B. B. French ; meat, O. H. Foster, N. W. Rob- 
inaon, Oainey ft Cassidy, Holt Bros., Hayes, 

Jennison ft Page; merchant tailor, H. F. WaiTen, Elton 
W. Pilco; millinery, H. H. Barber, Mrs. A. J. Bums, Mrs. G. K. Bou- 
telle, Mrs. Q90. O'Brien ; pianos and piano lamps, J. Kenney ; small 
wares. Misses Knowiton ft Ballard ; stoves and tinware, G. A. Powers, 
C A. Avery ft CJo., J. H. Fay, Emerson A Son ; variety store, Boston 
Store; Job wagons, F. Clarke, George Tarbell ; fruits and nuts, S. 
Antony ; provisions, Hayes, Jennison ft Page; batter, cheese, eggs, 
etc., A. W. Turner ; paints. Oils, Hardware, Paper Hangings and 
Artists' Materials, C. B. Dodge. 

Physicians— A. W.Smith, D. S. Dearborn, H. S. Hutchinson, C. F. 
Ober, J. A. Finerty, Engene Wason, G. N. Ellison: homeo., Mary A. 
LulL W. H. W. Hinds, jr. ; chtis. sci., J. C. Lewis ; vet. surgeon, 
a H. Parker; dentists, C. F. Fiske, F. M. Wetherbee, F. M. Wheeler-; 
oculist, H. E. Farnum. 

Sta. Agent —0. F. W. Smith, B. ft M., A. N. Payne, Fltchbnrg R. R. 

Barbars— D. N. Goodwin, W. Duclow, Joe Paradis, Roberts ft 
Blake. 

Public Telephone— Geo. V. Tarleton's Hotel. 

nillsfleld— Coos Co. Nearest R. R. station Colebrook. 

Postmaster^Dorothea Eastman. 

Hill ITilliice— Sullivan Co. In town of Goshen. Stage from 
Newport. See GFoshen. 

mnATOV, STRAFFORD— Pop. 1,640. N. E. fr. C. 40 m; N.W,^ 
fr. Dover, 20 m. R.R.S.— Milton, on Ports. Gt. Falls A Conway R. R.; 
tor Milton Mills, Union, 4 m., connects twice daily by stage. 

OFFICERS— CT«r&, H. L. Avery; TVeo*., Ira Miller; Selectmen, 
8. W. Wallingford, ^Joseph H. Avery, Freeman H. Lowd ; Board 
ofJSdueaiiOH, Ira A. Cook, Frank Healey, B. F. Fox; Boa/rd of 
HeaUh^ E. W. Pox, ifiKi*, J. H. Rivers, M A. H. Hart, M. D. 

Postmaster— J. H. Avery. 

Justices— J. U. Simee, B. B. Plummer, E. W. Fox, C. H. Looney, 
Geo. Lyman, B. F. Avery, E. F. Fox, Ira Miller, Joseph Plummer, 

0. H. Goodwin, H. L. Avery, H. B. Scales, F. H. Cutts, F. L. Marsh, 
L. H. Wentworth. 

Churches— Chris., D< B. Goodwin ; Cong.,Myron P.Dickey ; F. Bap. 

1. B. Carver. 

Exp. it Tel. Ag't— John E. Fox. 

Hotels— Riverside House, C. H. Downs; Phenix House, F. M. 
Cbamberlin; Milton Hotel, E. M. Bodwell. Summer Boarding 
Houses— S. W. Wallingford, J. L. Twombly, J. LeGallee. 

Uvery Stables— F.M, Chamberlain, C. H. Thurston. 

Literary Institution— Nute Free High School and Library. 

Manufkcturers— Blacksmith, I. W. Duntley; boots and shoes, N. B. 
Thayer ft Co.; builders, Webber Bros., Avery, Jones ft Roberts; 
oars and picker sticks, G. I. Jordan; leatherboard mill, Milton 
Leatherboard Co., Jonas Spanlding ; lumber, Avery, Jonas ft Roberts, 
L. Plummer, p. o. ad.,Union ; mowing machines, horse rakes ftc, B. B. 
Planuner, C. A. Jones; paper, StraffordPaper Co. ; soap, C. M. Wal- 
Ungford ; tonsorial artists, W. F. Hargraves, H. Bassett; lumber 
■klngles, clapboards, etc., Avsry, Jones ft Roberts, painters and 
piper hangers, E. 8. Les, J. Q. A. Tappan; dressmakers, Mrs. 0. A, 
Sdgerly, l£rs. L. B. Palmer. 



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164 BUSINESS DIBBOTORT. 



Merchant!— J. D. Willey, Looney A Roberta, H. 8. 
Maaon, C.D.Jones: boot* »nd shoee, N. 0. Plnkham; groceriee, 
W. T. Wallace; genta ftarnlshlng and sporting goodt, cigars and 
tobacco, 0. D. Jonea ; drugs, C. D. Jonea, F. E. Fernald; ice, Boston 
Ice Co., Lynn Ice Co., Union Ice Co.; jewelry, F.A.Marks; proris- 
lona, U. B. Wentworth, C.A. Uorme; fish, B. G.Jordan; confec- 
Uonery and clgara, B. O. Knight; hay, G. B. Wentworth, J. D. Wfl- 
ley; coal, H. W. Downs, J. D. Plnkham; hay and grain, W. J. Lewis; 
fruit, Charles Petro. 

Physician— M. A. A. H. Hart, W. P. Wallace. 

Public Telephone— C. D. Jones. 

Hiltmi Hlll«—Postniaster--J. W.Murray. 

Churches— AdT., Joseph Spinney; Cong., — ; F.B^p., Bban 

Fernald ; Meth., E. J. Deans. 

Ex. Agent— Charles Stevens. 

Hotels— Central House, 0. D. Fox. 

Livery Stables— C. D. Fox, J. D, Hanson. 

Socieues-MomlngStarLodge, K. ofP.; Eli Wentworth Poet, O. 
A. R.; Woman'a Relief Corps; Miltonia Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Strafford 
Lodge, A. O. U. W.- Lewis W. Nute Grange- Teneriflfe Council, O. U. 
A. M.; Minnehaha Lodge, Lakeside Lodge, I. O. G. T.; Madokawan- 
do Tribe, I. O. R. M.; Minnewawa Conncll, D. of P. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmitha, J. B. Wentworth, S. F. Rines; build- 
era, A. B. Shaw, A. A. Fux, J. F. Titcomb, B. S. Simes ; doora, sash and 
blinds, A. R. Shaw ; flannels, Waumbeck Manut'g Co.; felt cloth. Riv- 
erside M'f'g Co. ; harnesses, A. Sanborn ; picture frames, B. Deardin ; 
aoap, S. G. Chamberlain ; woolen goods, H. H. Townsend. 

Merchants — Asa Fox & Son. Ira Miller; boots and shoes, B. B. 
Campbell ; confectionery, C. E. Ellis, B. T. Libbey, B. Kaight; dry 

Soodis, G. S. Lovering, Harry Wentworth; groceriea, H. A. Petteng^ll 
; Co.; fish, C. S. Lowd; furniture, B. F. Fox ; Jewelry, B.T. Libbey; 
merchant tailor, Harry Wentworth; millinery and fancy goods, Lizzie 
L. Hart ; provisions, C. S. Lowd ; stoves and tinware, Murray Broa.; 
Boda fountain and periodicals, B. T. Libbey. 

Miscellaneous— Conveyancer, claim and collection agent, B. W. 
Fox ; job printer, B. T. Libbey ; undertaker, A. A. Fox. 

Physicians— C. W. Gross, W. B. Pillsbury ; dentUt, B. G. Reynolds. 

Summer Boarding Houses — Chas. A. Reynolds, 0. S. Lowd, Gyms 
Miller, J. D. Willey, C. H. Prescott, Bei^. Hoyle. 

J9Iirror I«ake— Carroll Co. In town of Tuftonboro. Stage from 
Wolfboro. See Tuftonboro. 

Jflonadiftock— Clieshire Go. In town of Dublin. Nearest R. R. 
station East Harrisville. See Dublin. 

MONROE, ORAFTON—Vov. 478. N. W. fr. C. 92 m; N. tr. 
Woods ville, 8 m. R. R. 8. — Mc IndoeV Falls, and Barnet, Yt., on Pass. 
R. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C7«rA: and Treas., Edward Emery ; Selectmen, R. M. 
Johnson, Oscar Frazer, W. J. Higgins,; Board of Education^ 0. H. 
Hosford, Hugh Nelson, Newton Lang; Boa/rd of HecUth^ Alexander 
Warden, John Hall, North^ Marttn Turner. 

Postmasters— I. F. Page ; North, Newton Lang. 

Justices— O. H. Hosford, Alex. Warden, G. I. Moore, Newton 
Lang, Sherburn Lang, R. M. Johnson, H. S. Smith. 

Churches— Cong., J. P. Poye ; Meth., I. C. Brown. 

Uwyer-C. H. Hosford. 

Public Telephone— I. F. Page. ^ — 



Ask yonr friends abont " CERESOTA." 

BUSINESS DIEECTORT. 165 

Societies— Monroe Orange; Austia Ooodell Post, G. A.B.; Woman's 
Belief Ck)rp8. 

Manafacturers— Ballders, Nbnh^ Q. L. Webster ; lumber, North 
Monroe Steam Mill Go. ; Geo. Van D/lce, p. o. ad. McIndoe*s Falls^Yt.; 
blaclcsmiths, iVortA, Frank George, Hugh Duncan. 

Merchants— I. T. Page. 

moBtcalm— Graf ton Go. In town of Enfield. Stage from Leln 
anon. See Enfield. 

atomimeiii— Cheshire Go. In town of Hinsdale. Nearest B.B. 
station Brattleboro, Yt. See Hinsdale. 

MOirr VERNON, HILLSBOROUGH— ^op. 479. 8. W. ft. 
G. 28 m ; N. W. fr. Nashua, 15 m. B. B. /S^-Milford, 6 m. on N. ft W 
B. R. Daily stage. 

GFFIGBRS— a«rA;, J. M. Fox; Treaty Clark Campbell; SsZectnten, 
H. G. Blood, W. L. BobiosoD, Wm. H. Kendall: Board of Educa- 
tt/on^ Frank 0. Lamson, Anne Perham, Ann C. Campbell; Board of 
Health, S. W. Ford, M. D., J. F. Perham, G. F. Holt. 

Postmaster— J. M. Fox. 

Justices— C. J. Smith, Clark Campbell, J. M. Fox, 0. W. Bumham, 
W. F. Hadley. 

Church— Cong., T. J. Lewis. Physician— S. W. Ford. 

Hotels— Bellevlew House, George B. Bontell ; Grand Hotel, Harry 
A. Bdgerly. 

Literary Institution— Mc Collom Institute, G. W. Cox, prin. 

Society— Prospect Grange. 

Mechanics— Carpenters, F. H. Hopkins, Daniel Richardson, J* W. 
Arerill, G. F. Holt, W. H. Fox, Frank Smith; blacksmith, Geo. W. 
Ooggin ; painter, P. F. Pike. 
L Hotary Public— J. M. Fox. 

Merchants— J. M. Fox ft Co. 
\ Public Telephone— J. M. Fox ft Co. 

MOITIiTONBOROUGH, CARROLL— Vop. 1,034. N. E, 
fir. C. 50 m ; N. W. fr. Ossipee, 18 m. R, B. ;S.— Meredith Village, 9 m. 
and Centre Harbor, 6 m., on C. ft M. B. B., Wh. Mt. Div. Daily stage. 

OFFICBBS— C^Jb, A. S. Freese; Treat., J. B. French ; Selectmen, 
A. M. Foss, L F. Moulton, W. C. Davis: Board of Education, J. E. 
French, J.B. Gaveriy, E. S. Goss; Board of Health, F. S. Lovering, 
M. ^., J. G. Abbott, L. A. Sibley, Centre Harbtyr. 

Postmasters— G. H. Richardson ; Long Island, G. F. Brown; 
Lake View, Mrs. E. Smith. 

Justices— J. G. Abbott, J. B. Dow, J. E. French, A. P. Jaclard, G. 
K. Brown, Leander Bryant. 

Church— Meth., Herbert F. Qaimby. 

Hotels— Xon^r istond. Island Home, Leyi Blake ; Long Island House 
0. K. Brown. 

Public Telephone— A. P. Jaclard. 

Society— Moultonborough Grange. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, A. A. Qnimby, H. A. Grant, Joseph 
A. Bean; lumber, Goodrich Bros. 

Merchants— A. P. Jaclard, Leander Bryant, G. H. Richardson; tin 
ware, stores ftc, A. J. Goodwin, C. J. Emerson. 

Physicians— F. S. Lowering. 

Summer Boarding Houses— Bei\jamin McDonald, W. H. Shaw, F. 
Green, p. o. C. Harbor, N.H., B. D. Green, Henry F. Mansfield, Will. 
0. RobioBOQ, Charles Green, Austin Moulton, F. L. Davis. 



GUILD'S QRBEK MOUNTAIN KIDNBY CURB. 
See other mars^ios. ^ 

166 BU8IKB88 DIRECTORT. _ 

raoalion-rllle— Carroll Oo. In town of Oaslpee. Stage from 
Centre O^'sipee. See Osslpee. 

raount CarrUra«— Oarroll Co. R. B. eUtion in Harf a Lo- 
cation. R. R. name Carri|an. See Hart'i Location. 

Mo««t llI^|or— Belknap Co. R. R. stAtlon in town of Alton. 

IVIovnt tlo«a4i«ock— Cheshire Go. In town of Jai&ey. 
Nearest R. R. station is Troj. Postofflce called Fitzwilliam. 

Mouni Pleasant House—Coos Co. R. R. station in Craw- 
ford's Purchase. 

Moaat Saaapee—Merrimack Co. R. R. station in town of 
Newbury. See Newbury. 

monnt Washini^ion— A PostOfiloein Goos County, town- 
ship of Bean's Purchase. 

Postmaster— Mrs. Lydia M. Barron. 

Ifluneonwille — Cheshire Co. In town of Nelson. Stage from 
Keene. See Nelson. 

Nakore— Hillsboro Co. R. R. station in town of Peterboro. 

Bullard 6t Shedd, 

Keene, N. //., 

Druggists, wholesale and retail dealers in Surgical 
Instruments. Practical Truss Fitters. We 
make a specisdty of out of town business. Send us 
your orders by mail, telephone or express and we 
will send by return train. 

Bullard 6t Shedd, 

Keene, N. H. 

NASHUA, HILLSBOROUGH— Shire-town. Pop. 28,000; as- 
sessed valuation, $13,229,211. S. B. fr. C. 36 m. R. R. S.—Nasfaoa, on 
N. & L. R. R., Concord R. R., Wor. * N. R. R., N. A R. R. R., N„ A. A 
B. R. R., A Wilton R. R. 

CITY OFFICERS— ifayor, Jason B. Tolles; City Clerk, GeoneF. 
Smith ; Treasurer, Wm. E. Spalding ; Collector, Harry W. Ramsdell ; 
City Engineer, Arthur W. Dean ; City Physician, Charles F. Nntter; 
Aldermen, Ward 1, Johu K. Hall, William J. Pntnam ; 2, Calvin B. 
Wood, Edward W. Dowd ; 3, Thomas £. Ingham, John B. McGuire; 
4, Frank B. Qoodhue ; 6, Michael H. Siske ; 6, Joseph 0. Bodwell, 
Charles M. Spalding; 7, James M. Taylor, Horace W. Page; 8, Fred T. 
Burke, Heury L. Sanderson : 9. William E. Keeley, Frank 0. McGlynn, 
Common Council^ Ward 1, Frederick W. Hatch, Edwin D. Flandeis. 
Phlneas D. Sails, Ovid F. Winslow ; 2, George B. Baton. Henry M 

, Charles 
. Patrick 

ney, — j 7, Qwrg^F.'foi^.'QSyA. Hopkins, B^i 




Travelling Men stop at 

CITY HOTEL, KEENE, N. H. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 167 

F. Runnels, David SteveoB, Jr. ; 8, Albert J. Field, Fred W. Bailey. 
Edward Labree, Clinton 8. Masseck ; 9, Henry Burns, Pierre J. Du- 
hamel, John P. Morrill, B. J. Stanton; Board of Education^ Ar< 
thurP. Baker, Lester F. Thurber, Tbomas A. McCarthy, John H. 
Vickery, I. G. Antoine, Fred Gowiofr, G. A. Underbill, Joseph Flather, 
0. B. Hammond, 8. N. Barker, J, H. Tolles, J. M. Durrell; Board of 
Healthy C F. Nutter, M. D., J. N. Woodward, M. D., B. G. Moran, 
M. D. : Police CouH Juxtice. Charles W. Hoitt ; Associate Jmtice^ 
W. 0. Clough; CUrk, J. H. Willoughby ; Aist. Cleric, I. C. Eaton; 
Police Commissioncrsy F. D. Cook, C. H. Burke. I. A. Cross; City 
JfortAoI, A. S. Baton ; Fire Commissioners, C. H. Whitney, W. D. 
Swart, Q. F. AdamsT: Chief Engineer^ G. O.Osbom ; dip Solicitor 
George F. Jackson; Overseer o/Poor, Isaac Eaton ; Street Commii- 
sionera, Dist. No. 1, G. H. Brivham; 2, A. K. Woodbury ; Supt. of 
Schools, J. H. Fassett ; City Messenger, John W. Ladd; inspector of 
MUk^ I. P. Grayes; Inspectcyr of Petroleum, K. W. Heald; Bealer of 
Weights and Measures. L. W. Ooodrich; Fish and Game Warden. 

C. iL Marble. 
Postmaster— A. N. Flinn. 

Justices— H. B. Atherton, E. P. Brown, W. C.Brown.B. M. Bowman, 
6. N. Brigham, J. D. Chandler, G. N. Campbell, J. A. Cobb, Albert 
BeWolfe, T. F. Graves, O. C.Garland. Fred Gowing, E. S. Hill, C. B. 
Jackman, W. J. Lemoine, C. S. Masseck, G. F. Perham, H. L. Sander- 
son, B. B. Shaw, W. W. Bailey ,E. J. Copp, S. D. Chandler, W. 0. 
Cloagfa, C. E. Cummings, J. B. Crowley, H. A. Cutter, E. S. Cutter, T. 

D. Luce, A.J. Lnbier, Ira Cross, R. C. Duffey, H. F. Dane, J. J. Doyle, 
Robert Emerson, A. S. Eaton, F. A. Eaton, G. B. French, J. M. Fletch- 
er, E. B. Gould, C. W.;Hoitt, S. L. Halliman, D. W. King, Patrick Lon- 
erein,C. L. Meloon, F. G. Noyes, G. Anderson, E. E. Parker, J. B. 
Parker, C. D. Parker, F. Anderson, A. C. Andrews, J. A. Spaulding, 
W. £. Spalding, M. A. Taylor, G. C. Shattuck, F. S. Sargent, W. G. 
ToUes, G. H. Whitney, J. M. Adams, G. N. Andrews, H. S. Ashley, J. 
L. Barker, J. H. Barker, C. H. Burke, J. Boynton, C. S. Bussell, C. C. 
Cameron, E. F. Chandler, M. Buxton, W. H. Cheever, J. H. Clark, 
W. J. Cooper, W. Beasom,W. B. Emerson, C.E. Faxon, Sidney L. Corey, 
V. C. Gllman, W. H. Greenleaf, D. J. Hallisley, C. J. Hamblett, J. H. 
Hunt, G. F. Jackson, C. £. Johnson, F. L. Kimball, W. E. Kittridge, 
C. T. Lund, E. A. Macomber. |F. A. Mardeu, H. A. Marsh, A. H. 
Marshall, E. D. Marshall, W. J. McKay, L. I. Minard, C. Campbell, 
C. 0. Mnrray Enoch Chase, B. A. Pease, G. A. Ramsdell, H. W. 
Bama4.ell, W. T. Russell, A. H. Saunders, J. H. Steele, J. B. Tillot- 
son, J. H. Tolles, J. E. Tolles, E. B. Towne, E. H. Wason, C. H. 
Webster, W. W. Wheeler, Fred Whittemore, Josiah N. Woodward, 
G. F. Anarews, J. C. Annis, C. Goldthwait, Joseph Howard, L. S. Cross, 
0. B. Bagley, G. E. Danforth, J. L. Clough, C. N. Colburn, G. 
Hayes, G. W. Currier, H. H. Davis, G. A. Davis. J. P. Goggin 
W- A. Farley. J. B. Foisie, P. H. Hill, W. P. Hussey, I. F. Harris, 

5. F. McQuesten, Chas. McGregor, G. B. Pearson, E. T. 
Perkins, I. Robbins, Jr., P. J. Reynolds, A. W. Shea, F. E. Tupper, 
M. D. Taylor, A. J. Tuck, W. R. Wilcox, B. F. Whitney, Frank Barr, 

6. H. Brigham, G. H. Campbell, A. E. DeWolf, 0. Jackman, T. Keely 
Isaac Eaton, Clovis Gamache, J. F. Hale, Wm. Hall, G. E. Holt, E. 
G. Hood, J. E. Hunt, A. G. Hutchins, H. W. Kelley, F. 0. Monroe, 
C. H. Morse, M. H. 0*Grady, D. F. Runnells, J. F. Stark, Stillman 
Iwyiow, t, F. Teesier, F. S. Truda, J. F. Whitmarsh, J. H. Willough- 
by, «. S; Woodward, H. Ladoux, 0. McQuesten, James E. Parker, 



When eTerything eke has failed to relieve, TBUAX 
BHEUMATIG CURE has reli eved. 

168 BU SINBaS PIBKCTOBT. 

O. Roby, A. Sawyer, John D. Salliyan. E. Shaw, G. Smith, J. Warren, 
B. B. Whittomore. J. Wolfeman, O. W. Badger, M. W. Fitzpatrick, 
W. J. Flather, Mitchell Noral^ jr., T. P. Moran, Roy D. Shaw, Amos 
Webster. ^ , 

Btnkf— Indian Head National, D. A. Oregg. Free., I.F.Harris,Ca8h.; 
1st National, Geo. A. Bamsdell, Pres., W. B. Spaulding, Gash.; Sec- 
ond ., National F. W. Bitabrook, Free., P. A. Baton, Oaeh^ vNashna 
SaTlngs Bank is nnder an Injunction restrained from doing business, 
J. W. Howard, pres., G. F. Andrews, treas.) ; City Qnaranty Sav 
ings Bank, 0. H. Bums, Free., O. A. Bamsdell, Treas.; Nashua Trnst 
Co., Geo. B. French, Pres., J. P. Goggin, Treas.; N. H. Trust Co., Solo- 
mon Spalding, Free., W. D. Fairley, Treas. 

Building and Loan AssoctaUon»-Home B. &L. Aeao., B. A. Pease, 
sec.; Nashua B. k L. Asso., B, A. Pease, sec.; The People's B. * L. 
Asso., M. A. Taylor, sec. 

Churches— Univ., F. A. Gray: Unit., B. J. Powell; 1st Cong- 

Cyrus Richardson;, Pilgrim Church, (Cong.) ; Meth., (Main St) 

J. M. Durrell; Bpls.. James Goodwin; Bap., C. L. White; Bap. 
(Crown Hill) W. D. Mackinnon; Cath.,(Irish)B. B.Buckle; (French), 
J. B. H. V. Mlllette, Eev. Henry Lessard: Advent, N. O. Prescott; 
Meth. Chapel, (Arlington St.,) CT. C. Garland; Free Bap., O. S. Profit; 
French Protestant (Chapel, G. G. Brien; C!hristiaa Science, Mrs. Susan 

B. K. Hoyt and Sarah E. Downs, readers. 

Eating Houses— W. H. Ely, 0. S. Massick ft (^ , S. F. Chase, Lund 
Cafe, Whiting Block (3afe, C. F. Nichols. 

Ex. Agents— American Bz. Co., Marsh's Nashnajk Boston Ex. 

Hotels— American House, E. O. Clapp; Indian Head Hotel, E. P. 
Woodward; Elm House, P. T. Brophay; Watananock Honse, B. M. 
Barry; Laton House. H.D. Perkins; Brunswick, "O. E. Bontelle; 
DexterHouse,I. D. Ryad; Hotel Willard, Mrs. Nellie A. Willard; 
Tremont House, H. F. Barnard. 

Ins. Agents— M. R. Buxton, W. H. Cheever^ N. W. Goddard, F. 
P. Kimball, A. J. Lucier, J. B. Parker, M. A. Taylor, M. D. Taylor, 
W. C. Tolles, A. J. Tuck, Andrews Son k (3o.. Stark k Whitney.? J. 
L. Burgess, T. H. Clarkson, J. B. Crowley, H. W. (Hbson, E. 8. Hill. 

Lawyers— H. B. Atherton, W. W.Bailey, C.H. Burns, B. S. & H. 

A. Cutter^J. J. Doyle, Geo. B. French, B. B. Gould, S. L. Halllnan, 

C. J. Hamblett, A. J. Lucier, W. J. McKay, C. D. Parker, 

B. E. Parker, J. B. Parker, B. A. Pease, Geo. A. Ramsdell, B. A. 
Wason, Wason A Jackson. O. W. Clyde, C. W. Hoitt, G. F. Jackson, 
W. E. Kittredge, tf. T- Ledeux , L. T. Mlnard, P. o. Noyes. 

Literarylnstitutions- High School, L. S. Hastintrs, prin.; Nash* 
ua Business College, J. B. Mack, prIn; Sacred Heart Parochial 
School, St. Aloysius Parochial School, Bro. Fabian, prin.. Sister Ste. 
Angele, superioress; St. Stanislas Kosta Parochial School, Sister Fir- 
min, prin. 

Livery^Stables— Chas. F. Bohonon, Joseph Charron, J. P. Cum- 
mings, wm. 0. Flanders, J. H. Hunt, T. W. Keeley k Co., Joseph 
Labine, F. T. Lewis, Dustfn Marshall, W. A. Rice, H. M. WiUoby, 
R. M. Blanchard, C. B. Farwell, Wheeler k Nutting. 

Nashua Street Railway— Philip Begley, supt. 

Manufacturers — Card board and glazed paper, Nashua Card and 
Glazed Paper Co.; cottons, Nashua Manufg CJo., W. D. Cadwell, man- 
ager, Jackson Manufg Co., W. D. Cadwell, ag't. Vale Mills Manufjr 
Co., B. Labree, agent; iron, Nashua Iron k Steel Co..; lumber, F. D. 
Cook Lumber Co., Cross k Tolles, Proctor Bros, k Co., A. T. Steanu 






r=./^r ||V!/^^V WATER and Oinger ChainiM«iio« 

[IQUINVJX a^'StS'^"^'''-^"^' 

BUfiDfESft DIRBOTOBY 169 

liomber Co.; patent beds, Crosby Inralid Furniture C04 sash, 
doors and blinds, Gregg A Son, 6. A. Wason & Son 
■h6arer8,American Shearer M't*g Co., N. B. Marbleoid Co. ; shoes, 
Moody, Ifistabrook A Andersons, Kadina Boot k Shoe Mfg. Co., W, 
D. Brackett A Co.; soapetone stores, Williams A Co. ; steam presses 
aud boiIer8,J .J.. Crawford ; sa8pender8,Nashaa SospVdr A Brace Co.: 
chumSfPorterBlanchard Sons Co.;annunciators,H.ajjendrim; bamboo 
Ashing rods, Rufus Fitzgerald; baskets, A. F.Rldeout; bobbins, Chas* 

0. Murray; boxes, James A. Sanders, Cross & Tolles, £. O. Fifield, 
Roby & Swart, J. A.Sanders,£mott* Co.;boxshooks,Cross A Tolles, 
Roby SC Swart, White Mt. Freezer Co,; brass castings, Nashua Iron 
an^ Brass Foundry Co.; engines, Rollins Engine Co.: furniture, 
Fletcher A Webster Furniture Co., Howard Ftuniture Co., Nashua 
NoTclty Works; hardware, Nashua Saddlery Hardware Co.; ice 
cream freezers, White Mt. Freezer Co.; mattresses, Sands A Brown 
M%. Co.; needles. Bell Needle Co.; overalls, L. £. Burbaok; oyster 
buckets. Proctor Bros. & Co., llie White Mt. Freezer Co.; paper 
boxes, W.H.Campbell, registers, Wm. Highton & Sons; spools and 
shuttles, Cbas. U. Murray; soap, C. I. Richards; fllee^ J. B. Grover 
File Co., Kdwara McCord; car doors. The Swart Car Door Co. 

Mechanics & Artisans—Blacksmiths, G. £. Balcom, 0. £. Batch- 
elder, Comming Bros., J. P. Rolfe A Co., Joseph Lamarche, L. Ur- 
qnbart & Co., A. F. Houle, Allan McMillan, £. St. Pierre, O. F. 
Winslow, A. W. Baker ; carpenters, C. McGregor, H. A. Holt, 
N. O. Prescott, J. F. Wallace, D. F. Holt, F. A. Mellen, James A. 
Sanders, II. S. Ashley, W. A. £rb, Dubois A Dion,£. II. French & 
Co., Arthur LeBlanc, Prudent L. Robichand, S. A. Sawyer, 0. C. 
SpauMing. G. A. Wason, Granite State Bnilding Co., Nashua Build- 
ing Co., John F. Sloan, E. J. Thompson A Co.; cement sidewalks, 
Nashau Cement Sidewalk Co., £. J. Thompson, mgr.; founders, 
Nashua Co-operative Foundry Co., T. W. Keely, Treasurer aud Man- 
ager ; hair dressers, L. Grant, H. W. Mnnsey, F. C. Leeburger, T. 
H. Tafe, J. G. Wilson, F. H. Hoyt, W. S. Richmond, F. Ledoux, L. 
J.'Letendre, A. Alexander, P. Bellavance, I. Burrelle, D. E. Black, G. 
R. Boggis, Alex. Bonley, L. Butler, C. W. Buxton, E. G. Cote, B. De- 
kmneTL. T. Duprez, A. E. Emmott (ladies), W. T. Fitzgerald, P. 
Johnson, J. Ledoux, P. Maranda, M. F. Martin, F. Noel, W. M. O* 
Neil, J. Richard, P. Salvail; harness makers, Woodward A Corey, 
J. B. Manseau ; machinists, Flather .A .Co., J. J. Crawford A 
Son, Mark Flather Planer Co., F. J. Marthi, A. £. Gay, Nashua 
Machine Co., Rollins Ennne Co^ Wm. White Textile Machine Co.; 
marble workers, A. A. Davis, C. E. CnmminRS A Son, Fuller A 
Winslow; granite cutters, LemayGranite Co., Giles Dandelin, C. C. 
LsAglier, iMashna Granite Co.; masons, Daniel M. Smith, B.J.Gibson, 
Ei^nest Morgan, Job Wallace, James D. Tuttle, G. A. Willard ; 
painters, C. W. Atwood, J. D. Bickford, W. 0. Mi- 
nard, William H. Campbell, C. R. CoUoy, A. H. Davis, C. S. 
Dodley, J. F. Gilfoile, C. Harris, B. B. Otis, J. H. Dobens, F. P. Dow, 

1. F.Garland, E. P. Jones, O. A. Macabe, F. B. Miller, P. L. Robi- 
chaud, J. Sawyer, Wm. Whipple: carriage, Roby A Mullen, Dustin 
MafthaTl; sign, J. D. Shedd, B. 0. Roby; photograph- 
«t, F. Glenton, Joseph E. N. Dnclos, J. T. Gauthier, 
P. F. Porter, A. W. Read, John Riney ; printers, C. £. Clem- 
eat, Telegraph Publishing Company, F. P. Whittemore. Press 
Co- H. R. Wheeler, J. H. Barker, Geo. B. Bagley A Co., Co^ E. O. Fi- 
fisld (wood); taUors, Frank W JIaynard, G. P. Bowers A Co., L. P. 



Wimblp T«Aoh«n* AgMipj, 8 SomerMt St., Boston. H. 
B. Bureau of Education — The oldest Teaohen* Agenpj 
Id New Bnnland. 

170 BUSmSSS DIRSOTORT. 

jAckaoD, M. Barke, G. H. Warren & Son, J. A. Gendron, Losuer 
BrOf .; upholsterers, H. J. Bell, 0. H. Avery, Howard 4 Co.; arohl' 
tecte, Cha*. McGregor, H. A. Holt, E. J. Thompson ft Oo.; nnrsea, 
Gelia Austin, J. £. Balcom, Smma Word, Hary Wheeler, Mary 
Ward. G. W. Thompson, Mra. M. A. Reed* ondertakers, Patrick Bar- 
ry, Chas. Lund, Joseph Charron, Albert Daylf, T. W. Keely *Oo.; 
laandries G. F. Bell, A. Charbonean, Geo. Parker, ^stenographera, 
H. W. Keiley, Fannie B. Weston. 

Merchants— Auctioneers, U. F. Dane.G. A. Burge, Manahan A 
Baker; real estate brokers. 0. P. Bell, A. J. Tack, Abraham Ferryall, 
Monahan A Baker. Edward Morse, J. B. Parker, £. A. Rice* 
Caleb Richardson, Stark A Whitney, W. C. 

Tolles; bouks and stationery, G. E. Bagley A Go., 
W. U. Lovejoy, H. 0. Smith, Misses Loveland : booto and shoes, 
8. W. MHnsneld, E. A. Terrell, M. Archambault A Co., T. J. Flynn, 
G. M. Gray, D. F. Haggerty. F. M. Lund, John Moran, Nashna Boot 
ft Shoe Co., Ezekiel Simon, Mrs. Mary 

Sullivan, G. P. Swett, Henri Tessier; carpets and 

paper hangings, Howard A Co., Jackman A Sexton, C. H. Arery, 0. 
R. Pease ; clocks and watches, 0. H. Avery, 0. T. Ridgway, A. P. 
Hendrick, G. J. Walton, £. B. Gheney; clothing, hata and caps. 
Greenwood A Whitmarsh, H. G. Phaneuf, D. F. Runnells ft Co., 
Floyd Bros., Patrick Conlon. C. A.Wheeler ; dry goods, H. S. Norwell, 
Kimball ft Co., £. D. Perrault, G. E. Wheat, Chamberlain, Patten ft Co., 
Mary Belaire, S. Blume, E. Godin, D. B.Leazotte,jr., Samuel Spence, 
J. H. Blake, jr- drugs and medicines, C. M. Morse, A. E. Wallace, N. 
S. Whitman.B.H. Everett, Bbnchard & Currier, D.J. Hallis-ey, 
W. A. Lovering, T. O. Roy Drug Co., E. S. Russell fifedicine Co.; 
fancy goods and notions, D. G. Cheever, J. E. Kent, 
J..H. Blake, Jr., Maria Early, E. Godin, W. A. Jewell, Demarais ft 
Co.; flour and grain, Chandler ft Fletcher, McQuesten A Co«, J. N. 
Barr A Co., Wm's. Hall. Labombarde ft Co., H. Steams; 
furniture, Howard A Co., Jackman A Sexton, G. H« Avery, 
H.F.Dane, C. K. Pease; groceries, A. J. Blood ft Co., 
G. R. Cotton, W. B. Chase, J. W. Clark, G. B. McQuesten, B. 8. Woods. 
N.J. Allton,C. W. Edwards, C. Brodeur A Co., A. K.Chase A Co., Mrs. 
James Coffey, S. B. Collins, A. F. Kehoe,A. Bndro, CarpentierA 
Richard, A. B. Collette, E. Cote, F. O. Crawford, Demarais Bros., L- 
Deschamps, Deschamps A Houde, C. W. Dodge A Co., M. Downing. 
J. Dufour & Co.. C. Duhamcl, O. Dumais, S. O. Elkins, C. W. Fin- 
ning, J. B. Fosdick. P. B. Gaffney, B. T. A 8. J. Gkiskill, M. Gan- 
dette, T. N. Hart, P.Labrecque, A. Lagasse,J.LanndryJ).B.Leazotte, 
S. Ledoux, W. Molloy, J. Moran, Morin A Goyette, J. Paul, Hrs. 
Adelle Prince, P. J. Reynolds, Richard A Cardin, S. Sharpe, 
Shattuck A Co., Henry Steams (wholesale), Catherine Sullivan, D. 
D. Sullivan, C. F. Tessier, Olena Trudell, G. H. Webster, 1^. S. 
Woods, C. B. Marshall(wholesale), Marshall Grocery Co. (whole- 
sale) ; hardware, James Barnard, Barr Hdw. Co., J. H. Clark * mil- 
linery, Sullivan Sisters, Susan Baird, Mra. Emma Buxton, D. 0. • 
Cheever, Fannie Crowell, Miss Mary E. Cummings, 
H. Cusson ft Co., Emma Dallaire, Demarais & Co., 
Miss L. Farnsworth,Aiine King, Josephine Loranger, Alblna A. 

v?.v!l;,°ii"'^i?f ^^"'^* ^"/.'fK^P*^^«' N- ^- Sullivan, Mrs. E. C. 
yickepr, Mrs, Ella Wanicr, Lillian Wheeler; periodical and news 
deale«,J. A.Blanchard,^. H. Lovejoy, Misses Loveland; piui^ 



C. S. GATES, BICYCLE DEALER and REPAIRER, 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 

business dieeotobt. 171 

•nd OTgant, W. A. Cummings, J. Steele, G. S. Wheeler, C. P. Bell; 
•ewipg machines, G. P. Bell, Geo. Biqne, Singer Mfg. Co.; stoves and 
'tinware, A. H. Price, Harden k, Mygatt, C. H. Avery, C. B. Jack- 
man & Co., Nashua Light, Heat and Power Co., C. R. Pease, C. A. 
Toter A Co., electric supplies, Gas Appliance Exchange, Arthur E. 
Gay, AnstJln ft Ober, F. W. Burbank, B. F. Chase; florists, O. A. 
Blake, G. E. Buxton, August Gaedeke ft Co., Oorham Pillsbnry; 
vegetable and flower seeds, A. H. Dnnlap ft Sons; bicycles, Jas. 
Barnard. John Clark, E. H. Corson, D. J. Flauders, H. E. Lane, 
Lintott ft Bnswell, ftfcAfee & McMaster. A. C. Pollard, G. W. Rob- 
bins, M. L. Thompson; coal and wood, F. E. Adams, A. Burque, S. 
Chnrchill, A. T. Laton, Nashua Coal Co., Emery Parker, George 
Phelps ft Son, O. Reiley; ice, G. E. Baloom, E. E. Denison. 

Physieians — J. G. Graves, J. A. Lagace, M. T. Li^oie, 
B. O. Iforan, A. W. Shea, G. 8. Yalconr B. B. Prescott, C. F. Nutter, 

A. S. Wallace, S. G. Dearborn, Geo. A. Underbill, 

B. B. Prescott, Geo. F. Wilbur, P. E. Dansereau, Eugene F. 
Mci^esten, A. W. Petit, J. N. Woodward, C. B. Hammond, Bradford 
AllMi, F. A. Dearborn, C. S. Ronnsevel, Frank E. Kittridge, H. H. 
Jewel, I. G. Anthoine, I. F. Graves, J. T. Greeley, Emile Simard, K, 
L.Vaillacoifr, J. C. Garland, £. D. Robbins, C. O. Smith, H. L. 
Smith, G. H. Underbill, J. L. Wesley; dentists, Maurice Baldwin, D. 
H. O-oss, Gertrude 0. Locke, May E. Ober, F. A. Upham 0. Q. Bay- 
ers, F. L. Twitchell, G. A. Bowers, G. E. Faxon, C. H. Baldwin, F. 
J. Crowell. J. F. Magnan, Thomas A. McCarthy, Frank E. Sprague, 
H. P. Baldwin, J. M. Black mun, J. E. Hunt; opticians, H. G. 
Chase, E. E. Cheney, A. P. Hendricks, C. T. Kidgeway; veterinary 
surgeons, W. T. Bnssell, H. W. Tolles. 

Tel. Ag'tS— Miss A. P. Kibby, Western Union; G. M. Morse, Postal 
Oraipany. 
; Telephone— N. E. Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Hewspapers— Nashua Daily Press, Nashua Press Asso.; Nashua 
Telegraph, daily and weekly. Telegraph Pub. Co.; Nashua Real Es- 
tate Journal, monthly, J. B. Parker. 

Soeieties— Bising Sun Lodge, Ancient York Lodge, Meridian Sun 
Boyal Arch Chapter, Israel Hunt Council, St. George Commandery, 
A. F. ft A. M.; Aaron P. Hughes' Lodge of Perfection, Oriental Coun- 
cil Ptinces of jemsalnm, St. George Chapter of Boce Croix, Edward 
A. Eitymond Consistory, A. C. S. B.; Pennichuck Lodge, Granite 
Lodge, Nashonnon Encampment, Indian Head Encampment, Canton 

A, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F.; Olive Branch Bebekah Lodge; 
Conrt Nashua, Court Indian Head, Court Marquette, F. of A.; Mer^ 
rimack Commandery, Nashua Commandery, U. 0. O. C; Nashua 
Orange; John G. Foster Post,G. A R.jWoman's Belief Corps; J. Q. A. 
Warren Camp, 8. of V. ; Harriet P. Dame Tent, D. of V • Granite 
State Commandery, A. I. 0. K. of M.- Ladies' Auxiliary, Div's 1 and ' 
S, A. 0. H.; Fairmount Lodge, A. O. U. W.; Lafayette Court, C. O. 
of FjZ Gov. Wentworfh Colony, U. O. P. F.; Mount Pleasant Coun- 
dL D. of L.; Watananock Tribe, 1, O. B. M.; Oneita Council, D. of 
Vj l^iam LodgejK. & L. of H.; Nashua Council, K. of C.j Centen- 
nial Lodge, K. of H.; Evening Star Lodge, Nashua Lodge, 8. S. Davis 
Dlv.,No.iU.B.,K.of P.; Boyal Council, A. L. of H.; Mizpah 
'oancil. Eagle Council, 0.*U. A. M.; Harmony Lodge, Nashua 
L6dg^ t OTG. T.; Nashua Division, S. of T.; Indian Head Council, 

B. A.; airrard Senate, K. A. 0. F. 



OUILD-S OrMB Hoontaln Kidney Cure, tha bert rem«d» 
M'orB^rt.^ •^* «>ytheproprietorrTH.Gna" 

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kZ!S^^'b%'S"S^^% ^ f W. fr. a 40 » i N. K from 

B.TSrmM?"""*''""'*'"' ''• •'• <'»'«'"' i lo-nlxr.G. W. BobblH.B. 
Merchtnt— Parker Hart ; Mwuonvaie^n. B. Green 

Churches— Bap., Christie W. Barnham : Prea T F WiiH<.«. 

Ins. Agents-0. P. Harden. BdmnndT tox * •'' ^• 

Uwyers— Thomas 0. Knowlton, J. P. Tattle. 

Hotef-The JTaTern." J. B. Wh^^ple "*•* 

Livery SUble-J. B. Whipple. ^^^ 

Tel. Aqent—Grace Bobbins. 

PubllcTelephone— J. B. Whipple. 

Societies— Joe Eoglish Grange; Granite Council. U A M 

Albert Ooodwin/Geo. P. Bennett; burStus and fen^y ^Txes T>^t"^ 
terfield; carriages. M. Wallace; iirriage and sIm mintJr V w' Si' 
gent; house painters, James Kane/P wLSLni^' ^•«!:* ^^ 
meaj^ R. W. McLane ; harnesses. Chw Urgent • l5K' B SS^'?? 
C. Warren. G. W.Muzzey. Jesse N. Mudwtt • ci4am?r^ Vi^'S ^• 

SrwS.Heam '' "^°'^- ^- harden; toy roUer top 

MerchantS-.C. H. Dodge, S. D. Atwood ; druffidst P A #*^h. 

butcher and meat market, Morgan & DennliomjewJlrv F R ^^' 

gan ; undertakers' goods. B. P. Fox "*""• joweiry, f. B, Mor- 

PhyslolaQS<^«H, D. Gould, 0, A. Wearer v«t .nro^« t r t . 

m BTB WBITR V J**?* »tJaZ^J^ ^ * ■urgeon, J. I,. Ush. 



TBITAX RHEUMATIC CURE 

Is sold by all the leading druggists. 

BUSINESS DIREOTOBY. 178 

OlfFlCEKS— Clerk and IVeo*., 8. A. Morse ; Selectmen^ C.Y.Btkrtleit, 
M. H.Clark. M.W.Mnzzey; Board of Education, Nathan 8. John- 
son, T. J. Leach^ C. L. Perkins; Board of Health, Geo. Molgrove, p o 
ad Mt. Snnapee; £. E. Blodgett; E. A. Blodgett, SoiUh. 

Postmasters —Virgil C. Brockway ; South, Mary A. Cllley; Mt. 
8tM^^I}ee, Charles H. M. Perkins ; BlodgeU's Landing, G. W. Blodgett ; 
I*£iu Cliff, Grace I. Gay. ^ 

Justices— N. C. Lear, N. 8. Johnson, Ezra Cilley, H. C. Morse, Jona. 
Rowe, W. E. Cilley, B. R. Morse, Y. C. Brockway, J. A. Donigan, 
C. H. Gillingham, 0. I. Blodgett, G. I. Messer. 

Church— P. Bap., 

Express Agents— C. H. M. Perkins, Virgil C. Brockway, 

Society— Sc^A, Snnapee Lake Grange. 

Manufacturers- Lum))er and clothes pins, SoiUhf Fowler Bros.; 
lamher, Mt, Sunapee, Fred Holt. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, South, ; builder, J/f. iSiun- 

apee. Fred Holt; carpenters, Mt. Sunapee, Chas. A. 8iiow, Geo. Mnl- 
grove, Aaron A. Thompson. 

Merchants— .Sbu^A, V. B. Cilley & Co.; Mt. 8unape,J. C. Colby. 

Hotel — Forrest (summer), Blodgetl's Landing. 

Station Ag'tS— V. C. Brockway, Chns. H. M.Perkins; Lake Sunapee, 
G. H. Wilcox. 

Public Telephone— A. A. Durgin. 

NEWCASTIiE, ROCKINGHAM— Vop. 488. 8. B fr. C 66 m. 
Stage and steamer from Portsmouth four times a day. 

OFFICERS— a«rJfc, F. A. Brown; Treas., II. M. Curtis; Selectmen, 
Fred Bell, M. R. Curtis, J. W. Tridham; Board of Education, M. 
R. Curtis. Conrad Push, W. I. Haywood; Board of Health. 0. V. 
Randall, J. M. Meloon, E, B. Baker. 

Postmaster — Howard M. Curtis. 

Ex. Agent— Chas. A. Card, W.T. Meloon. 

Justices— H. M. Curtis, A. H. Bickford, W. A. Haywood. 

Churches— Cong., Louis EUms; Bap., . 

Hotels — Wentworth, Frank Jones; Sea Breeze, Clarence White; 
Island House, Mrs. W. 8. Frost. 

Mechanics— Boat builders, J. W. Neal, Ralph Davidson. 

Merchants— H. M. Curtis, C. C. Tarlton, Frank P. Locke. 

Public Telephone— Wentworth House. 

Society— Wentworth Lodge, K. of P. 

NEW DCRHAM- Sr«JJfJ!'0222>— Pop.679. N. E. fr. C.88ra; 
N. W. fr. Dover, 24 m. fi.fi.A- New Durham and Davis's Cro8sing,on 
Dover A Winnip. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C^.rA:, L. W. Ricker; Treae., George H.Jones; Select- 
men, Dana P. Jones, James A. Miller, Charles F. Towle; Board of Ed- 
ueation, P. C. Ham, Horatio G. Chamberlin, E. E. Berry; Board of 
Health, T. 8. Varney, po Farmington; W. A. Towle, J. A. Miller. 

Postmasters — J. E. Jones; Dexter, I. S. Chamberlin. 

Exp. Agent— L.;W. Ricker ; manager W. U. Tel. office,L.W.Ricker. 

Justices— I. P. Berry, E. E. Berry, G. F. Jones, P. C. Ham, F. W. 
Ooburn, H, P. Boody, D. P. Jones, H. Q. Chamberlin. 

Churches— Adv., ; F. Bap., . 

Manufooturers— Knife makers, F. W.Coburn, Hayes Bros,: wire< 
brushes, B. E. Rice; steam and hydraulicpaoking, Rice Mfje. Co, 

Merchants— O. F. Jone«; groceriei, 0. Q. Ricker, W. A, Towle. 

•Ut.Agt-L.W.Rloker. 



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[Uinoz Spring Co, F. H. Orvia, 



174 BUSINESS DIRSCTORT. 

JfElf¥FiWiMjn»9 BOCKINGBAM—Fop, 855. 8.fr.G.85in; N. 
tr. Kxfter, 4 m. R. R, &— Newfields, on B. A M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— CVerik, H. J. Paa I ; Trtoi.^ G. II. Saoborn; BeUctmun 
Daniel Lynch, D. 0. Wiggin, F. P. Neal; Board cf - BducaUon, A. 
W. Richardi, James H. Fitts, Wm. H. Conner; Board qf Healthy O. 
W. Paul, D. G. Neal: J. B. Simpson. 

PttStmasters— T. Leddy; Rockingham, 0, H. Leayitt. 

Justices — A. H. Varney, Albert Field. H. J. Panl, 8. P. Dadger, 
J. H. Wilkingson, Thomas Leddy, H. Smith, O. W. Paul, John Scam- 
mon. 

Churches— Cong., J. H. Fitts; Meth., A. £. Draper, R. Cath., J. 
Canning ; UniT., Mrs. N. W. Smith. 
• Hotel— Elm Tavern, Leonard Pinkhnm. 

Societies- South Newmarket Orange; Fraternity Lodge, I.O.O.F. 

ManufACturers- Blacksmith, John Clontier ; lumber, D. O. Neal; 
machines, George B. Fifleld; laundry, H. T. Taplin & Son. 

Merchants— Thomas Leddy : groceries. D. 0. Wiggin, DooaTon A 
Fagan, E. A. Hanson; undertaker, H. J. Paul. 

Physician— A. H. Varney. 

Tel. Agents— E. D. Kidder ; Junction, C. H. Leavitt. 

Public Telephone— John Torrey. 

NEW HAMPTON, BELKNAP— Vop. 935. N.fr. O. 30 m. 
W. fr. Laconia, 12 m. R. R. .S^.- Bristol, 5 m., on BristolBranch. R. R. 
Two daily stages to Bristol, also daily stage toTilton, 12 m., on G. & M. 

OFFICERS— CffrA;, E. E. Dow; Treat., M. H. Merrow ; Bd&etmem^ 
J. H. Borry, J. C. Tilton, B.H.Smith; Board of Education, Bnimsi 
F. Bronson, L. P. Bickford, E. S. Cram; Board cf HeaUh, A. S. 
Bronson, M. D., M. H. Merrow, N. S. Ward. 

Postmaster— W. R. Dow. 

Justices— D. H. Smith. F. P. Morrill, B. S. Cram, C. B. Dickermao, 
K. W. Smith, C. G. Swain, J. M. Flanders, jr. 

Physician— A. S. Bronson. 

Churches— Adv., ; Bap., ; F. Bap., A G. Keith. 

Hotel— Pinnacle Hotel, G. A. Leavitt, prop. 

Ex. Agt— T. M. Keniston. 

Livery Stable-^os. P. Sanborn. 

Literary Institution— New Hampton Literary Institution, A. B. 
Meservey, prin. 

Society— New Hampshire Grange. 

Public Telephone— F. P. MorrilL 

Manufacturers— Fish hatching house, Oeo. H. Dickerman ; lumber 
F. D. Sanborn. Milo S. Qoodell. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmith, D. W.' Grant; carpenters, 
J. C. Tilton, Jerry A. Burleigh, Milo Goodell ; concrete payers, 
Samuel A. Howard, Luther M. Pike; painter and paper hanger, W. 
H. Copp; barber, W. A. Oopp. 

Merchants— F. P. Morrilli Co., I. B. Gray & Co. ; books, sUtlonery, 
drugs and medicines, F. W. Sanborn. 

NEWINOTON, ROCKINGHAM— Fop. 410. S. B. ft-. 0. 46 m; N: 
W. fr. Portsmouth, 6 m. R.R &— Newington, on Ports. A Dover R. R. 



Postmistress— Mrs. Ella de Rochemont. 
Justice— Fiedeiick Fiokeriag. 



Km^ your Paate on with tho 

ATWOOD SITSPENDSB. 

BUSINBSS DIRBCTOBT. 175 

Cbureh— Oong., J. W. Bell. 
SMiet/— Pisoataqua Grange. 
Tejlepnone Agent— James Drew. 
Manufacturers— Lumber, C. M. De Rochemont. 

ITBW IPSWICM, HILLSBOROUGH-'Pop. 969. S. W. fr. 
&, 60m ; W. Ar. Nashua, 26 m. B. B. iSf.— GreeuTille, 8 m. Stage to each 



OFnOBBS— ClerX;, W. L. Phelps; Trecu. W. L. Phelps ; Sdectmen, 
Charles Wheeler, Oliver Tenny, W. W. Thompson ; Board qf Educa- 
fwNi, Anna A. Goldsmith, F. W. Prirhard, C. F. Wilson; Boaa-d cf 
Healthy C. L. Bobbins, M. L. Sargent, J. A. Wheeler. 

Postmasters— Osnter, Bessie M. Thompson; Bank ViUage, C. L. 
Ttebell ; SmithvilU, H. W. Chandler. 

Justices— W. A. Preston, F. W. Preston, John Preston, W. B. 
Thompson, F. W. Pritchard, A, I. Proctor. 

Churches— Bap., H. H. Wiggins; Oong., 0. F. Bradford; Meth., G. 
f . Herriam. 

Exp. A Tel. Agent— Bessie M. Thompson; Bank ViUage, C' L. 
Tkrbell. 

Hotels— Wheeler Hotel, F. Reed; Glarks Hotel, Jos. Silver, jr. 

Ins. Ag'tfr— F. W. Preston; BaiOe Village, G. A. Preston. 

Lawyer— W. A. Preston. 

Literary Institution— Appleton Academy, W. A.Preston, prin. 

Uvery Stables— J. Silver, jr.; Bank ViUage, Wm. B. Thompson. 

Secletles— Watatic Grange; Jonas Nutting Post, G. A. R .; Bethel 
Lodge, A. F. A A. M. 

Man ufocturers— Blacksmiths, A. A. Hill, R. Farwell, A. A. Wood- 
ward, S. O. Boeworth; builders, Ghas. Taylor, John N. Wilkinson, E. 
M. Hudson ; Bank Village, O.S. Weston ; cigars, Geo. N. Lowe, Wm. 
J. Greenman ; cotton goods, Colnrabian MTg. Co. ; shoe and harness 
repairers, H. J. Moore, D. Morris ; leather creasing machines, F. N. 
Gibson; shingles, B. F. Blanchard; tailor, Josiah Webber; variety 
wood tamer, A. F. Walker; wood turner and steam saw mill, W. I. 
Sanger. 

Merchants — Bessie M. Thompson ; dry goods. Bank Village, G. L. 
Tarbell; fc^neral store, Bank VUlage, Wilbur L. Phelps ; meat, C. F. 
Wilson ; wood and lumber, W. R. Thompson & Son. 

Physician— F. W. Jones. 

NEW i;ONDON, MERRIMACK— Vop. 799. N. W. fr. C. 30 m; 
M,R. A— Potter Place, on Northern R. B. and Bradford, on C. A C. R. 
R. Daily stage. Steamers ft'om Sunapee Lake station on C.AC. R.R 
io Lakeside. 

OFFICERS— C/«ri(r, H. S. Adams; Treas., 0. D. Crockett; Selectmen, 
3. K. Law, J. F. Hayes, S. M. Pedrick; Board of Education, Martha 
Pillsbnry, Fred Farwell, G. M. Knight; Truant Officer J. D. Pingroe; 
Roa'i Agents T. O. Prescott; Board of Health, G. A. Lamson, M. D. 
W. C. Leonard, £. A. Jones. 

Postmasters— E. £. Adams; Etkins, £. C. Derby. 

Justices— E. F. Hastings, John K. Law, B. A. Jones, B. C. Derby, 
H. B. Swett, H. B. Kidder, H. S. Adams, £. O. Lord. 

Church — ^Bap., Wm. A. Farren. 

Exp. Ag't.— W. C. Leonard. 

PubUc.Telephone— W.C. Leonard. 

Hot^lf— D. V, Seamans. Walter Sargent. 

iDf . Agent— Herman Adams, 



PORTER SCREEKS are Standard in Quality, tat 
■ale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

176 BUSDCBSa DIREOTOBT. 

Uwyer-K. W. Ck)Iby. 

Literary lattitutton— Oolby Academy, Bev. G. W. Gille, pret. 

Livery SUbles— 0. E. Shepard; Ettim, BenJ. Everett. 

Sooietiefl— ^ew L mdon Grange* New London Cadet Baud; Heidel 
berg LodKo, 1. 0. O. F.; Crystal Bebekah Lodge; Antbony Colby 
Poet, U. A. R.; Mefser Biflee, Independent; Elkmi. King Solomon 
Lodge, K. F. A A. M.; Lake View Lodge, I. O. G. T. 

IMtnufkcturers— Lumber, Goings A Eastman, Kidder Bros.; house 
flnioii, 0«Hi. Thiimton; saw mills, A. J. Davis, Claude Goings; bar- 
neMea. Robert Mc Connell. 

Mechanicsand Artisans— Blacksmiths, Lowell Ray, J. M. Bow, 
Geo. Eastman; Elkim, B. F. Adams, Arthur Holmes, Qeo, McFar- 
laud: baibiers, G. M. 'KniKbt, Lnther Ray, Chas. Woodard, Frank 
Btanley, Louis Brisbin, Bert Hunting. Elmer Goings, Bobert Davis, 
CThas. Davis, 8. J. Duau, Frank Knowlton, Harry Qulmby, E. B. 

AHbby, Hayes. Byron Baker, B. F. Smith; painters, S. Ftsher, 

E. A. Doan.Geo. Tflton. Ed. Til ton 8. J. Lovering, Irving Messer; 
carriugo puinters, Geo. Goings, H. S. Adams; shoemaker, B. F. Sar- 
gpiit; plumber, H. B. Swett; printer, B. A. Dean; baroer, Alfred 
K.irgent; dreRHmukers, Abba McConnell, Elzina Knowlton; JS£bAi', 
Mrs. WiUT«'n Bickford, Oor.i Derby, Agnes Baker; paper hangers, 
CbaH. Woodward, Geo. Tilton, Elmer Goings: tinsmith, EUcint^ H. 

B. 8wett; under taker, F. O. Dorr; photographers, W. A. Farren, C. 

C. Gardner, E. A. Dean; brick masons, BenJ. Merrill; Elkina^ John 
Walker Rufua Lamson. 

Merchants— Fales k Adams, E. J. Wells, J. A. Seamons; Elki$u, 
Clark & Boynton, H. B. Swett ; drugs, W. C. Leonard. 

Summer Boarding Houses—** ueidelbnrg," G. W. GIIa; HighUnd 
House, A.J. Messer; Glengae, Baxter Gay; Lakeside House, Geo. 
S. Prescott* Little Sunapee Lake House, J. C. Cross; Bed Gables, W. 
A. Messer k Son; Knight & Gordon: Maple Cottage, F. P. Messer; 
CharldS Davis; Nat. Mosser; Soo-Nipi side Park Lodge, J. D. Quack- 
enboss: J. I. Worthen; B. M. Stanley; Burke Whitney; Brocklebank, 
Fred Gay; E. F. Messer; Pleasant Lake Farm, H. Sargent & Son; 
J. D. Plngree, Furlough Cottage, W. C. Leonar.l; Twin Lake Villa, 
Kidder Bros.- A. C. Burpee; Elkins^ Mrs. B. O. Messer, Buel Whit- 
comb, B. G. Everett. 

Physicians — C. A. Lamson, J. D. Quackenbos, Guy Gardner, Anna 
M. Ilttlefield. ^ 

NEWMARKET, ROCKmOHAM--Vop, 2,742. 8. B. fr. C- 
36 m .; W. fr. Portsmouth, 14 m. X. B. £(.— Newmarket, on B. ft M. C* 
R. and B. ft M. A C. R. R. Daily stage to Lee, Nottingham and North- 
wood. 

OFFICERS— C?erAr,G.L". Dearborn; Treat., W. W. Durell ; Select' 
men, A. C. Haines, C. W. Chapman, J. D. Meader; Bocard of, EdtMh 
tion, S. H. Davis, Chas. £. Tasker; Supt., Dr. J. L. Elkins ; Boad C<m,t 
O.P. Sanborn; Collector, J. F. Knight; Board of HeaUh, 8. H. 
Green, M. D., C. A. Morse, M. D., O. P. Sanborn. 

Postmaster— Wm. H. Small. 

Justices— Joseph Pinkhain, N. H. Leavitt, O. L. Bearborn, Ed- 
ward Richardson, A. L. Mellows, E. P. Pinkham, C. A. Morse, C. H. 
Smith, Carl P Mellows, C.F. Murray, B. F.Haley, A. C. Haines. T. 
S; i^'J* ^- "• S*^«^ ^- ^- ^"]^' J- L. Elkins, O. H. Y«ung, ?H 
ai? T*S' Bmm ^^^''P"**'*' ^- ^' '^^*'*»°»«' ^' H- Durgin, J. 1^'. mS: 



CrtJILl3*S Green Mountain Kidney Care, best remedy on 
mrth for* kidney trouble. Send for practical treatise on 
the kidneys, to J. H. Q^JLD* M, P., Rupert, Vt. 

BX7SnnS88 DIRECTORY. 177 

Churches— F. W. Bap., A. P. Davis; Meth, 0. N. Tilton; R. Cath., 
T. JS. Rellly; Cong., W. P. Taylor. 

Eating Houses— J. 0. DaTis, F. Clements. 

Exp. Ag'ts— American Express Co., 0. E. Demeritt, agt.; Perkins 
Bzp. 

Hotels— Silver, J. B. Silver ; Newmarket House, T. G. Murphy; 
(Junction) L. £. Chase. 

Lawyers— A. L. Mellows, 0. H. Smith, I. T. George. 

Livery Stables— J. B.Bennett, J. T. Clemens, Richard Grant, El- 
mer Kent. 

liocletles— Geo. A. Gay Pont, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; 
Lamprey River Grange; Bwamscott Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Hope Rebek- 
ali Lodge; Pioneer Lodge. K. of P.; Rising Star Lodge, A. F A A.M.; 
Rockingham Lodge, K. of H.; Newfield Commandery, U. O G. C. 

Manufacturers — Blacksmiths, A. T. Stackpole, Lewis A. 
Walker; carpenters, Hersom Bros., C. B. Tasker; boots 
aBdshoes,0. E.Dolloff, Levi Dame; wheelwright, J. T. Hersom; 
clothing, B. F. Haley A Co., C. T. Doe; cotton 
batting, C. P. Haines; cotton goods, Newmarket Manufg Co., A. 
J. Nichols, ag't; harnesses. Hugh Reilly ; job printer, F. ,H. Pink- 
ham; lumber, B. S. AG. 8. Carpenter, Dover Lumber Co.; soap, 
P. n. Auger ; pressing machines, A. Yarnoy. 

Merchants — Boots and shoes, E. P. Pinkham, J. R. 
Saunders, K. of L. Co-operative Association ; clocks and 
watches, B.S.Kingman, A.M. Priest; clothing, hats, caps and 
gents' furnishing goods, W. W. Stackpole, A. M. Priest, B. F. 
Haley Co., C. V. Doe; coal, C. W. Chapman. C. Mathes; wood, C. W. 
Chapman, C Mathes, E. S. A G. S. Carpenter; confectionery and 
fruit, W. W. Stackpole, Leavitt A Watterson, Young A Young, 
F.Clements; dry goods, W. W. Durrell, C. B. Mathes, M. 
London; druggists, A. H. Place A Co., G. L. Dearborn; fancy goods 
and notions, W. W. Stackpole, A. M. Priest, G. L. Dear- 
born; fish, A.F. Tebbetts; grain, H.R. Haines, B.Richardson; groceries, 
J. R. Saunders, F. P. Haines, B. Richardson, Leavitt A Wattorson, F. 
H. Durgin, Sovereigns of Industry, S. H. Davis, mana- 
ger, Joseph FtUion ; harnesses and carriages, J. W. Wiggin, N. H. 
Leavitt; hardware, J. H. GriflSn; stoves, J. H. Griffin , Young A Young; 
ice, C. Provost; meat, Harry Varney, Charles Dockman, 
E. J. Toung; millinery, W. W. Durell, Luida Stevens, D. Lip.* 
pin ; furniture and carpets, W. W. Durell ; watches and jewelry, B. S. 
Kingman, F. J. Pettigrew; 99 ct. store, A. M. Priest; patent medi- 
cines, A. H. Place A Co., G. Dearborn. 

Fire Ins. Agts— E. P. Pinkham, G. L. Dearborn, John H. Griffin, 
C. V. Doe. 

Physicians— S. H. Greene, J. L. Blkins, C. A. Morse, -Le- 

Ladier, J. S. Roberts, Gravelle ; dentist, H. R. Bartlett. 

Tel. Ag'tS— G. L. Dearborn ; Junction^ Charles Leavitt. 

Pttbllc Telephone— G. L. Deai-born. 

NEWPORT, SULLIVAN— Shire town Pop. 3,000. N. W. fr. C. 
43 m. R. B. «.- Newport, on C. A C. R. R. Northville,2 m., Guild, 2 m; 
Chandler's, 7 m; Kelleyville, 5 m. 

OFFICERS— ClerX;, Bdwin C. Hitchcock; Treat., Sam. D. Lewis; 
BtUctmen, R. E. BartlVtt, C. B. Stubbs, W. C-. Thompson; Board 
of Edueationj Pres., 0. 0. Kibbey ; Treas., P. A. Johnson ; Supt., 
g«orffia A. Barnard; Board ofHeaUh, A. S. Marden, M. D.; A. C. 
Bradley, W. W. Darling. 



pi/%1 1 1 iv l/^V/ WATER and Olnser ChamiMeiie, 

EQUINOX ^s^^ss:^''-^'^ 

178 BUSINBSS DIRKOTORT. 

Postmasters— E. 0. ConTerM; North, S. T. Sibley; OmOd, 

E. B. Ooweo; KelUyviUe, L. P. Thatcher. 

Justices— O. W. Noaree, L. W. Barton, W. H. McCrillls, G. H. 
Fairbanks, A. 8. Walt, B. F.HaTen, 8. H. Sdes, A. A. Kempton, B. 
C. Hitclicoclc, 1. J. Blchardson, K. M. Kempton, a. B. Brown, W. 

F. Nflwton, H. A. Barton, F. A. Bawaon. John MoGrilliB, J. O. 
Orandy, 8. M. Bichards, W. H. Perry, 8. A. Tenney, A. L. Hall, P. 
P. Bo well, F. 0. Cbellin, DexUr Bichards, Botheni Bartlett, Perlay 
Johnson, Sam Lewis, John Bowen» Wm. Wright, Geo. Lewie, Arthur 
Bradley, F. M. Bichards, J. V. Ounnison. 

BAnKs— First Nat., DexUr Bichards, Pres.; 8. D. Lewis, Gash. ; Cit- 
isens' Nat.,G. M. ttmeraon. Free.; P. A. Johnson, Cash. ; Newport Sav- 
ings, H. G. Oarleton, Pree.; Geo. B. Lewis, Treas.; Sugar Riyer 
Barings, Q. H. Bartlett, Free., P. A. Johnson, Treae. 

Churches— Bap., 0. A. l*enny ; Ciong., James Alexander ; Hetb. 
H. D. Deets; B. 0., P. J. Finnigan, supplies. 

Exp. Ag't— N. 8. Tandy. 1^1. Ag't— Miss Gertie Tilton. 

Hotels — Newport House, E. L. Putney; Pbenix, B. L. Barker; 
Sugar Biver House, Joseph Sennott; Laurel House, Albert Carron ; 
Biverside House, G. M. Brown. 

Insurance Agents— Woodbury A Pollard, John McGrillis. 

Lawyers— L.W. Barton, 8. H. JSdes,A. 8. Wait, F. T. Yanghan, O. 
B. Brown, F. 0. Chellis, John McGrillis, A. G. Bradlev. 

Literary Institution— Newport High School, Frank 0. Chellis, pr!n. 

Livery Stables— J. H. Glynn, E. H. Garr, John Bawson. 

Societies— Sullivan Coun^ Grange, Granite Grange; Fred Smytlie 
Post, G. A. R.J Woman's Belief Corps; Thomas Sanborn Camp, 8. of 
v.; Mount Colt Lodge, K. of H.; Snrar River Lodge, Strong Brook 
Encampment, Canton Welch, I. O. O. F.; Hopeftil Rebekah Lodge; 
Newport Lodge, K. of P.; Newport Commandery, U. O. G. C; Deer 
Park, U. O. P. F.; Mt. Vernon Lodge, Chapter of the Tabernaclu, A, 
F. & A. M. 

Manufacturers- Blacksmiths, G. B. Lear, D.K. Barry, Heath ft Son; 
builders, H. O. Stockwell, 8. H. Bascom, G. 8. Partridge, Hutchinson 
Bros. , H. Robinson ; baker, G. 8. Bobb ; carriages, Sarasins, B. W. 
& J. M . Heath ; cloakings and flannels. Granite State Mills; 
flannels, D.Richards ft Son ; harnesses, carriage trimmings, H. W. 
BelknHp,C. H. Watts : hay rakes, B. F.Haven : hoes, Sibley Scythe Co.; 
Job printers, B. C. Hitchcock, Barton & Wheeler; leather, Lyman 
Bounsevel ; laundry, Moy Tum; lumber, D. G. Fowler, Jno. Marshall, 
S. W. Allen, John Cutting, F. P. Bowell ; marble works, 0. A. Puflfer; 
photographs, L. G. Boss, scythes, Sibley Scythe Go. ; boots and shoes, 
Newport Shoe Co. 

Merchants— Groceries and dry goods, H. P. GoflSn; auctioneers, B. 
P. Claggett, W. H. Wright, J. C. Grandy: books, stationery, drags 
and medicines, F. E. Lovell, C. Hurd, H. A. Willey; boots and shoes, 
A. 8. Chase, C. E. Dudley, Newton & Herrick, £. M. Hunton ; coflans 
and caskets, D. A. Newton ;clocks and watche8,G.H. Woodbury, Henry 
M. Stevens, W. H. Graves ; clothing, hats and caps, H. D. Angell, 
E. M. Hunton, D. J. Mooney; coal and ice dealers, Woodward & Bob- 
inson ; coaI,G. W. Stockwell;ch7 goods, Edes & Co.,Kmerson Dry Goods 
Co.; flonr and grain, F. P. Bowell, O. F. Gile; fruit, 0. John- 
son, O. W. Page; furniture. G. A. Scribner, A. 0. Whitney ; groceries. 
R. T. Martin, D. M. Bichands ft Co., Bassett ft Son; hardware! 
Stowell ft Sllsby. Wm. Nourse ft Son ; meat. J. B. Haven, J. O. 
Spooner, Page ft Smith, George Dandrow; millinery, Barrett 



Fnmd Maine to Texas they testify to the merits of 
TRUAX RHEUMATIC CURE. 

BUSIKESSDIBECTORT. 179 

Bisters, Mrs. 0. W. Barton, Mrs. A. Hnbbell, Kempton & Chase; 
wool pelts, poultry, butter, cheese, Ac, W. W. White ; Chdld, mmer 
Cowen ; rariety stores, J. W. Johnson, H. L. Howland. 

Physicians— J. L. Swett, D. M. Carrier, W. W. Darling, A. H 
Kempton, J. L. Cain, A. S. Marden, H. L. Stickney, A. Ames, F. P. 
Claggett : dentists, Henry Tubbs, P. 8. Putnam. 

Telephone Ex. — Miss Sadie Gunnison. 

^ne^TTON, ROCKINOHAM—VoV' 1.064. S. B. fr. C. 45 m ; S. fr 
Bxeter, 10 m. B. B. iS.— Newton, on Merrimack Branch of B. k M.R, 
B k Newton Junction, on B. k M. B. R. 

OFFIGBRS— C7«rJl;, E. A. Carter: TVsm., J. F. Axtell; SeUetiMn, E.H. 
Nichols, J. N. Rowell, John R. Haryey; Board of Education, Jessie 
B. (}eorge, Mrs. E. B. Hoitt, Rev. T. Taylor; Oondabl^s, B. P. Wake- 
field, J. F. Germundson; Board of Healthy J. F. Axtell, M. D., J. E. 
George, Junction, Gli»8. Dart. 
Postmasters— A. T. Sawyer; JunrMon, Olarron T. Tuck. 
Justices— W. W. Boswell. I. M. Heath.W. W. Wilder, W. C. Gale, 
6. B. Merrill. A. J. Sawyer, H. N. Gould. 

Churches— Bap., W. R. Terry ; Juneiionjfa. C. Estes ; Chris., Tho6. 
Taylor. 
Insurance Ag't— Sawyer ft Heath. 
Hotel — Traveler*s Home, John E. Fowler. 
Livery Stables— Horace Favor; Juneticm, W. W. Bnswell. 
Societies— Twilight Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Starlight Rebekah Lodge; 
Granite State Grange; Defender Lodge. A. O. TJ. W. 

Minufacturers— Bakery, Newton Baking Co.; blacksmiths, B. Good, 
win; JuncUon, W. R. Davenport; plater, Arthur Wilder; builders, 
D. F. Pierce, Junct,\ carriages, E. Hay ford, 0. Went- 
worth, A. D. Marden, Y. B. Sawyer; confectioner, Elmer 
Kimball ; Job printer, A. J. Burbeck; lumber, A. W. Sargent, B. H. 
Nichols; shoes, Andrew Currier; shoe contractor, C. M. Rowell; 
sawing and planing, Junction, N. F. Nichols; dressmakers, Miss M. S. 
Holmes, Miss Addie Gould. 

Mechanics— Machine shop. Junction^ J. S. Brown ; taxidermist, J. 
Bstabrook; cobbler, G. Sawyer ; carriage body mfg, Clarence Dalton; 
bouse painters, J. L. Bartlett. C. L. Morrill ; barbers, Lewis Holmes, 
J. Bstabrook ; photogrnpher, A. J. Burbeck. 

Merchants— D. F. Wilder, George W. Marston, J. L. Pressey, Myron 
Kelley; Junction, Enoch Searey, John Dalton; boots and shoes, 
A. J. Sawyer; cider and vinegar, N.F.Nichols, J. S. Peaslee; coal 
and grain, D. F. Wilder; fish, Mrs J. W. Locke ; lumber, N. F. Nichols.R. 
N. Elwell ; meat and produce, J. F. Germundson; millinery and fancy 
goods, Mrs. L. W. Bradley; undertakers. J. W. Locke, E. G. Kelley; 
meat and produce, A. P. Brewer, S. W. Crafts; auctioneer, A. J. Saw- 
yer. 
Physician— J. F. Axtell. 
Tel. Ag't— function, .T. K. George. 
PBblic Telephone— W. W. Wilder. 
Summer Boarding Houses— C. W. Marston, W. W. Taylor. 
If oone— Hillffboro Co. R. B. station in town of Peterboro. 
Mort^ Brancb— Hillshoro Co.'In town of Antrim. Stage from 
Aoi»lm. See Antrim. 

North Coiicor4 -Merrimack Co. B. R, station in city of 
Concord. 



BRODBBCK CANVAS CANOES. Send for price 
list. F. BRODBBCE:, W. Rox. DiBt,, £osTOir. 

180 BUSINESS DIRECTOBT. 

BTORTHFIEl^D, MEERIMACK—Vop.l.llb. N. fr. C. 16 m. 

H. R. &-rNorthfleid, od C. ft M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— a«rA-, L. H. Morrill ; Trtas., A. C. Lord; Sdeetmen^ F. 
W. Shaw, A.C. Wyatt, Albion Loverin; Board of Eduoaaon, O. B. 
Oorrell, C. J. Chamberlin, 0. 0. Wyntt; Board cf HeaMh^ C. E. 
Qiiimby, p o Tilton, G. 8. Morrison, J. B. Sei.ter. 

Postmaster— ^''i^ot, W. 0. French. AddrMs of the reftidente in 
Dorthern part of town is Tilton ; for southern part, Northfleld. 

Justices— 0. C. Wyatt, L. H. Morrill. J. E. Smith, B. F. CofVan, G. 
E. Gorrell, G. 8. Abbott, , 8. Emery, Ned Dearborn, C. W. Witcher, F. 
M. Shaw. 

Church— F. Bap., . Pub. Library— L.F. Batchelder. 

8ocletv— Friendship Granfre. 

Manufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Shoddy mill, 0. B. A 
E. G. Morrison: hosiery mill, B.H. Hart, Britaio Mfg. Co., Q. H. 
Tiltnn; clonklnt; and dress goods, Elm Mill Woolen Co.; builder, D. 
M. Page; lathers, Leavitt Bros.; contractors iu stone work, V. 
CrosH, S. W. Hill ; mason contractor, F. A. Oilman; tinsmith, F. H. 
Morrill; painter and paper banger, A. L. Buck; dressmaker, A. V. 
Cuniiingh<im;JnurBe8, Addie Wibdleiiu;h, Mrs. J. H. Eeniston. 

Merchants— &«po/. brick and cement, B. L. Sanljom A Son ; wood 
and lumber, Will Abbott, Jason Foss; wood, coal, lumber and hay, 
A. TI. Brown; shingles, W. H. Plummer & Sons, S. E. Emery, 

Tel. kq^t— Depot, C. L. Sanborn. 

Boarding Houses— Maple Farm, 0. W. Whicher; Highland. Farm, 
Albion Lo-verin; Sondogardy House, Morrill Moor: Summer Home, 
A. F. Cunningham; near Tilton depot, £. W. Batcl|elder. 

NORTH HAMPTON, ROCKINGHAM— Vo^. SM. 8. B. fr. 
C. 47 m ; E. fr. Exeter, 6 ui. R. R. ^Sl- North Hampton, on E. R. R. 

OFFICERS— aerJi; and Treas., Jonathan Rollins; Selectmen^ Otis 
8. Brown, Fremont P. Moulton, Frank A. Marston ; Board of Edu- 
cation, Albert Rachelder, S. H. Leavitt, I. H. Lamprey; Board of 
Health, E. L. Dalton, Albert Batchelder, G. L. Garland. 

Postmasters— J. Rollins; Little Boards Head^ 0. S. Brown. 

Justices— F. R. Drake,J. W. Warner, John 8. Hobbs, L. K. H. 
Lane, O. S. Brown, J, O. Hobbs. 

Churches— Chris., N. T. Ridlon'; Cong., D. H. Evans. 

Livery Stables— C. Batchelder ft Son. 

Society— North Hampton Grange. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, A. E. Seayey, Tarlton & Drew, A. B. 
Locke; builders, W. J. Breed, J. W. Berry, W. B. Moulton, F. W. 
Berry. 

Merchants— S. A. Dow, Jonathan Rollins, J. W. Hobbs. 

Tel. Ag't— H. L. Marston. 

Pablio Telephone— S. A. Dow. 

NORTH VMBERIiAND, COOS— Pop., 1,366. N. fr. C. 146 m 
N. fr. Lancaster, 6 m. R. R. ^K —Northumberland Falls on C. & M 
R.R. 

OFFICERS— C7erAr. Henry B. Gilkey ; 2Vea»., J. H. Curtis ; Select- 
men, E. B. Soule, J. P. Boucher, G. Hannaford ; Board of Edvcatumt 
J. M. Wi'.son, Mrs. J. R. Parks ; Collector^ R. C. Chessman. 

Postmaster— Isaac E. Knights. 

Manufacturers— Pulp, T. Sullivan ; lumber, V. R. Holmes. 

Mechanic— Blacksmith, S. C. Poole. 

Merchants— C, F, Webb, v. R, Holmes, 



Save Freight by ordering Porter Screens shipped 

direct from the Factory. For sale by all Jobbers. 

Porter Screen Manufacturing Company. 

BUSINESS DIBBOTOBT. 181 

Greveton— ff. R. A— OroTeton Junction. 

P«>stmaster— N. B. Perkins. 

Justices— J. H. Curtis, C.C. O'Brien, J. M. Wilson, R. G. Chessman, 
L. B. Laroson, Jesse Wilson. T. C. O'Sullivan, Timothy Sullivan. 

Chureh— Meth., Perkins. 

Public Ubrary— W. W. Pike, lib. 

Tel. Agt— A. H. Frizzell. 

Exp. Ag't— W. H. Powler. 

Hotels — Union House, , Prop.; Helcher House, B.B. Teb- 

bitta, prop^ Bagle Hotel, Merrian A Johnson, props.; Groveton Tav- 
ern, H. Goodwin, prop. 

Uvery SUbles— L. M. Smith. T. Hughes, B. E. Tibbetts. 

Secietiev— Ammouoosnc Lodge, I. O. O. F.; Morning Star Bebekah 
Lodge; Silver Brook Lodge, K. of P. 

ManufACturers— Lumber, G. M. Soule, Weston Lumber Co. ; pulp 
and paper, QdeH Mfg. Co. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, Jerry lAroche ft Son, C. K. Hodee, Jas. 
Grant; mason, C. Spreadby ; carpenters, C. B. Lowe, W. H. Yea- 
■ie, A. Cole, Geo. Wilson, Q. Harvey; painter, H. A.Wheeler; car- 
riages, B. F»Page; electrician, Phill Terrill. 

Merchants— J. W. Mc Keen, C. J. Solomon. G. M. Soule. R. J. Bick- 
ford, C. C. Howe, W. W Pike, Z. W. Furbuish A Co.. Worster A 
Spreadby, Western Lumber Co., C. Gans; Jewelry, B. Wil- 
kinson; Chicago dressed beef, grain and flour, steam mills for grind- 
ing, et«., Chas. T. McNally; drugs and medicines, J. M. Wilson ; hard- 
ware, J. W. Welch; millinery, Mrs. C. J. Solomon, Mrs. B. B. 
Wild; news stand, W. W. Pike ; beer bottlers, Groveton Bottling 
Co., C. B. Bellows; confectionery, fruit and lunch room, Frank 
Marshall; pool and lunch, B. T. May; meat, J. D. Connolly, Geo. A. 
Spiller. 

Physicians— C. C. O'Brien, F.B. Leonard, E. Brown, A. W. Scott. 

Barbers— W. E. Wilkinson, G. Willey, E E. Munroe, F. B. Wil- 
kinson, Joyce & Knights. 

If orthTille— Sullivan Co. R. R. station in town of Newport 
Poetofflce called North Newport. 

NORTHWOOD, ROCKINGHAM— Vop. 1,478. B. from C. 20 m. 
N. W. f^. Bzeter,22 m. R. R. &— Epsom,7 m.,on Sun. Yal. R. R. Two 
daily stages to B. Northwood ; also from B. Northwood to Newmarket, 
daily ; also from Norttiwood Narrows to Dover, daily ; also to Roches- 
ter from Northwood Narrows daily. 

> OFFICERS— Cfer* and Trecu.^ Center, A. B. Moore; Selectmen^ 
Eatt, Charles B. Bennett, Center, D. P. Mxson, Ridge, H. A. Cilley; 
Board of Education, J. M. Moses, Mary O. Gate, A. R. Hyde; Board 
o/HeaJth, P. L. Small, Narrowr, C. W. Hanson, M. D., Ridge; J.W. 
Pray, M. D., Ea»t. 

Postmaster— iVarrow*, C, H. Sherman. 

Justices— J. 8. Trickey, A. B. Cotton, W. M. Durgin, S. S. James, 
8. D.James. P. B. Dow, G. A. BIckford, L. W, Twombly, I. N. Blake, 
Esra F. Barker, 

Chureh — ^Adv„ Narrows, — . 

Cap, Agents— C. J, Brown. C. B. Leavitt. 

Ins, kcf—Ftre, W. M. Durgin. 

Manufaeturers— Lumber, Narrow, S. 8. A M. G. James, W. M. 
Bngin, Hiram ^olmet; booU and thoes, Nwrromt^ J, Arthur Towle, 
BboeOo. 



Purely Ve^table; Perfectly Harmless : can betaken 
into the weakest stomach. Tmax Rheumatic Cure. 

182 BU8INB8S DIRECTORY. 

Meehanles and Artlsans—BUeksmith, Ndrrowit J. H. Jennees; 
barb«r. Narrowi, B. B. Brown; oarpentors, Narrovu^ Abram Fitte, 
M. C. McKenzie. 

Merehants— Aarrowii, F. B. THckey, 0. H. Sherman. 

Hotel— ^arrowi, Uvery SUhle—Narrowi, 0. H. Sher- 
man. Physlelan— iVorroioj, ^. 

Pibllf f elepkoie-C. A. Brick ett. 
' 8oflet<eg— Jvorrotoj, Olive Branch, EaU, Equity Lodge. North. 
River Encampment, I. O. O. F.; Forent Bebekan Lodge; Ndrrows^ 
Northwood Orange: East^ Monntain Laurel Grange; Eak^ Morrison 
Lodge, A. F. k A. H.; Chas. H. Hoit Post, O. A. R.; Woman's Be- 
lief Uorps. 

Centre— Poitinatter— P. B. Dow. 

Chureh— Gong., W. A. Buabee. 

Hotel— Harvey Hnnae. R. W. Tyler. 

Manufketurers, Meehanles and Artisans— Lumber, W. J. Shw- 
bnrne; blacksmith, O. F. Chaplin; batter, Northwood Creamery 
Co • painter, W. W. Gaawell; barber, 8. R. Carson. 

Lit Inst--0oe*8 Northwood Academy, J. W. Brown, prln. 

Merehant— P. B. Dow. 

East— Postmaster— W. 8. Knowlton. Chureh- Bap., G. B. Cox. 

Eip. Ag't— 0. J. Brown. 

Hotel— Exchange, Mrs. B. J. Demeritt; Tasker House, Edwin 
Batchelder. 

Livery Stable— Edwin Batchelder. 

Ins. Aaents— Fire, A. B. Cotton : life, B. N. Tilton. 

Manufacturers. Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, J. Lam- 
prey h Bon, A. F. Libby: ladies' boots and shoes, L N. Blake A 
Co.; Inmber, Gate A Boody; sleighs and pnugs, Tasker Bros.; bar- 
bers, W. H. Wllley, Q. F. Stevens; carpenter, J. P. Cotton. 

Merchants— L. B. Kimball, W. A. Caswell A Co., J. B. Batohel- 
der A Son; meat, Sydney Tattle; patent medicines, fancy and ftir- 
nlshing goods, C. A. Brickett; millinery, Mrs, H. L. Outer, Mrs. 
W. 8. Knowlton. 

Physician— J. W. Pray. 

Rfaipe— Postmaster— F. R. Caswell. 

CHurch— F. Bap., C. A. Baker. 

Literary Institution— Northwood Seminary, L. O. Williams, prin. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, W. H. Manning; Job printer, A. F. Tilton; 
carpenter, F. W. McKenzie; painter, W. J. Cota. 

Merchants— F. R. Caswell, J. H. Whidden ; clothing, C. A. Hill; 
sleighs and pangs, W. H. Manning ; meat, J, T. Wallace. 

Physicians- C. W. Hanson, W. D. Hill, 
f^ NOTTinfeHAM, ROCKiyOHAM-Jfop. 988. 8. E. fk*. G- 
25 m. ; W. fr. Portsmonth,22 m. B. R. S— Newmarket,on B. A M. R. R. 
Stage Tues., Tbors. and Sat. Lee 8ta. on N. A R. R. R., 8 m.. daily 
stage. 

OFFICERS— CtflrXr, 8. A. Watson; 7Vea«., N. L. Oerrish ; Bdeetmmi^ 
B. F. Gerrish, S. L. Daniels, W. F. Fay ; Board cf EdtieaMbn, 8. A. 
Watson, M. 0. Tnttle, L. A. Tuttle; Board q/ ffealth, James T. 
Knowlton, A. B. Harvey. R. B. Tattle. 

Postmasters— W. F. Watson; West J. H. Demeritt : JVortA.'J D. 
Daniels ; Eatt^ F. P. Bartlett. 

« ^J2**A?®*;;?^'J''J?*"'»y' ^- **• I>«nJ«»8, G. B. smith, W. F. Watson. R. 
B. Tattle, W. 0. (Jiesley, J. D. Daniels, B. T. Bartlett, T. B.Femald. 

Hotel— RocUngbam House, 0. W. TUW «.««riia»a. 



C=./^l llVf/^V WATER and Ginger Champftgne, 

LiQUINQX 5aiss,g?:^^'^"°"^' 

BUSINESS DIRBCTORY. 188 

Lawyer— J. N. Cilley. 

Public Telephone— Watson Bros. 

beeiety— Bitnccoway Grange. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, Fred Banks, George Randall, 
''A. Leathers ; lumber, Harrison Marsh. 

Merchants— Watson Bros.; groceries, J. D. Daniels. 

ORABrGE, ORAFTON—Fop. 24fi. N. W.fr. 0., 46 m.; 8. W. from 
Flymonth, 26 m. E. R. B. — Canaan, on Northern R. R. 

OFFICBRS— C7«rii;, Wm. Eastman; Treaty J. H. French; iSalsefmen, 
Charles H. Ford, James M. King, B. 0. Farr; Board ^ Educa- 
Hon, Walter H. Ford, Warren F. Terrill, Charles H. Ford. (p. o. ad. 
of most of residents is Canaan.) Library Trtuteei, Warren F. Terrill, 
Harry Ford, James Morrill ; Librarian, OliTe A. Ford; Board of 
HeaUh, A. A. StOTens, W. R. Eastman, L. H. Shaw, p o ad of all 
Canaan. 

Justices— J. H. French, C. H. Ford. 

Church— F. Bap., D. M. Cleavland. 

Manufacturers— Batter tnbs, Q. H. Terrill ; lumber, B. F. Terrill ; 

Mechanics and Artisans— Carpenters. Isaac Watts, W. R. Eastman, 
W.F.Terrill; blacksmiths, F.G. Dimond,D. F. Brock; painters, C. 
A.Ford, W. H. Ford, D. A. Dlmond, W. F. Terrill; dressmakers, 
Mrs. J. H. French, Mrs. E. M. Haskell; jeweler, D. L. Bryant. 

OWLWOnn^ ORAFTOy^Fop. 916. N.W. fr.C. 62 m. S.from 
HaTerhill, 10 m. i2.iZ.£r.— Fairlee, ^ m., on Pass. R. R. ConTeyance 
to erery train. 

0FFI0BR8— C^X;, Joseph Bailey ; Treaa,, I. Willard; Selectmen, 
George N. Basseil, Harry E. Morrison, W. L. Crafts ; Board of Ed' 
noaUon, Ernest W. Cushman, Hitter R. Carr, Charles M. Gale; 
Board Of Healthy E. C. Chase, M. D., B. C. Carr, Isaac Willard. 

Postmaster— R. 0. Carr. 

Lawyers— Chapman A Lang. 

Justices— H. H. Conant, Panl Lang, Igaac Willard, B. F. Trussell, 
G. W. Lamprey, C. Riley, W. Cushman, H. Pease, F. Beals, D. R. 
Lang. 

Church— Cong., O. G. Mcintire. 

Exp. Ag't— C. H. Carr. 

Hotel— Elm Honse, A. D. Chamberlin. 

Ins. Ag't.— Paul Lang. 

Uvery Stable— C. H. Carr. 

Seeietles— Mount Cnl>e Grange; Fred M. Edgell Post, G. A. B.; 
Mount Cul>e Lodge, A. F. A A. M. 

Manufacturers— Butter, Orford Batter and Cheese Manufacturing 
Cqf,B. F. Trussell, treasurer; builders, B. F. Trussell, G. M. Huckins; 
carriages, J. O. Carr, A. N. Bailey ; harnesses, H. H. Conant ; meal and 
Hour, M. F. Wyman. • 

Merchants— Isaac Willard, Carr & Co. 

Physicians— W. R. Barnes, E. C. Chase. 

PiMio Telepkoaes— Isaac Willard; Or/ordvUle, R. Beal A Son. 

Orfordville— Postmaster— Joseph Bailey. 

Church— Cong., O. G. Mcintire. 

Undertakers— R. Beat A Son. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, A. N. Bailey, H. G. Baker, F. J. 
Pierce, Carr A Corliss ; bobbins, B. F. Trussell ; woTen wire, mat- 
tresses, cots and cribs, Royal Beal A Son ; ftorniture, Royal Beal A 



CtTHyD'ft Otftn Mountain Kidney Cure, the best remedy ever 
made for kldbey trouble. Handled by druggisU all over tbe 
world, or will be aent by the proprietor, 
J. H. GUILD. M. P.. Rupert, Vt 

184 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bon; lumbar, B. F. Traisell, J. J. Lamprey, A. 0. Sanborn ; aoap 
•tone. Paul Lang, ac't. 

MereliaBtt— I. Wiflard, Oarr A Co., J. Bailey. 

OSAIPEK, C^J{J20££— Shire town. Pop. 1,630. N. B. fr.C. 
•0 m, A. Aj8.~0Mipee, Center Ossipee, Bear Camp, West Ossipee, on P., 
Q. P. A Con. R. R. Dally stage. *' » . 

0PPICBR8— a«r*, C. 8. Bean ; Tr«a»., A. M. Rumery; BeUetmm, 
Herbert W. Hobbe, Newell P. Sias, J. C. Welch; Board of Educa- 

B. W. Hodgman, J. R. Hatch, J. W. Niite; Board of HedUh, E. J. 
Scott, West, E. B. Andrews, M. D., E. W. Hodsdon, CenUrvUle. 

Postmasters— H. C. Carter; irou7tont><77«, George B. White; Water 
VUlage,K. A. Beacham; OsHvet Valley, F. K. Hobbs; Center OtH- 
pee, J, a. Ham; Granite, H. 0. Demerltt. 

Justices— J. H. Jewell, P. K. Hobbs, P. 8. Lord, A. M. Rumery 
I. D. W. Carter, L L. Sanders, P. H. Lord, A. W. Leighton, G. L. Cate, 

C. A. White, D. J. Brown, A. B. Lamper, W. 8. Chase, F. Weeks, 
J. Connor, H. P. Abbott, J. C. Ames, A. J. Hanim, W. D. Hill. L. 
B. Moulton, A. M. Markey, H. W. Hobbs, B. H. FIfield, C. W. White 

Churches— Cong., Cbas. Watley; Water VtUage, Bap., • 

Centre, Cong. N. W. Grover; MouUcynville, Meth., Markey. 

Eip. k Tel. Ag»tS— W. 0. Sinclair; CwUre, ; West, E. J. 

Hotels— Carroll House, E. P. Allen; Hose's Hotel. , G. W. HuBe- 
Centre, Mrs. M. B. Merrow; CentrenUle,3.yf. Chamberlln; Elm House 
A. A. Nichols: fPej^, Ossipee House, B. D. Whitehouse. ' 

Lawyer— Prank Weeks. 

Societies- C^-nire, Carroll Co. Grange; Moultonville Lodge, I O 
S* I*' Tho'"*8 I^- Ambrose Post, G. A. R.; Ossipee Valley Lodge*, A.* 
F. A A. M. 

Public Telephone— Centre. G. L. Cate. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, I. L. Pineo, Daniel Abbott ; foldinjr 
beds, Moultonville, G. W. Bent & Co.; leather, L 
8. Wlllard; lumber, J. 0. Ham; Water Wlage, Stephen 
Jackson, A. J. Thompson ; OKxpee Valley, P. K. Hobbs ; Centre 
A. L. Hodsdon ; sash, doors and blinds, Centre, C. H. 8mart. * 

Merchants— D. J. A E. P. Brown, A. 8tilling8,C. H. Carter ; J. F. A 
K. P. Sias; Centre, C. B. Keyes ; Centreville, 0. L. A C. A. White, W. H 
Lord, George L. Cate, J. W. Roberts ; JUmltmviUe, G. B. White : 
VaOey, P. K. Hobbs; West, W. H. Hobbs, A. B. Lampher; lumber. 
Centre, A. L. Hodsdon ; undertaker, A. C. Moulton ; meat, C^treville 
A. A. Nichols. ' 

Physicians— E. B. Andrews; Center, W. H. Grant, J. B. Hatch, E 
W. Hodsdon. ' * .: 

XelflTlitoii'fl Comers— Daily stage to Ossipee, 5 m; leaves 
6.30 a. m., arrives 3 p. m. 

Postmaster— (). B. Leiichton. 

Church— F. Bap., L. A. Jones, Wm. Cotton. 

Justice and. Ins Agt— A. J. Hamm. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, W. J. Keife, G. S Phil- 
brick; carpenters and wheelwrights. W. B. Hamm, ^ed Gibson- 
painter and paper hanger, Jetferson Merrow * 

IU!?l21?''S°*"??'^--^- ^- leighton, D. S. Sanders. 
Society— Carroll Gh-ange. 

Ni2hSL"~ «lreet-Hillsboro Co. R. R. station in city of 



Porter's Window and Door Screens are the Best. 
For lale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

BUSIMBSS DIBECTOBT. 186 

Parker's— Hillsboro Ck>. B. B. station in townof GoffBtown. 

P»rlchill— Olieshire Ck>. In town of Westmoreland. Stage 
fr<mi Westmoreland. SeeWestmoreland. 

Pa««aconaway— Carroll Co. In town of Albany. Stage from 
Conway. 

PatteaTllle— Graf ton Co. In town < f Littleton, which is near- 
est B. B. station. See Littleton. 

PEIjHAH, HJLLSBOBOUOff— Pop. 791. S. B.rr.C. 40m; E, 
fr. Nashoa, 9 m. R. B,B.—Lovre\l Mass., 6 m., on B. L. A N. R. R. 
stage daily fr. Lowell, to Windham Junction on M. A L. R. R. 
and return, and for No. Pel. W. Windbam, 2m. on N. ft R. R. R. Con- 
nected by telephone with Lowell. 

0PFICBR8— aer*, D. P. Atwood ; Trecu., E. M. Marnh; Seltctmm^ 
C. L. Seavey, R. B. Hillman, Samuel Kelley; Board of Educatum, 
Angnstas Berry. Geo. 8. Butler, D. M. Webster; Board of Healih^ 
Sdward Hyde, M. D., G. S. Butler, Samuel Kelley. 

Postmaster— F. M. Woodbury. 

Justices— C. W. Hobbs, G. S. Butler, F. A. Cutter, A. G.Messenger. 

Ins. Agts— G. S. Butler, P. W. Woodbury. 

Church — Cong., Augustus Berry. 

Societies— Gen. Stark Colony, U. 0. P. F.; Pelham Grange. 

SnmBier Boarding Honses— Jeremy Hill House, O. W. Spaulding; 
Butler Farm, W. W7 Butler. 

Manufacturers— Cider and vinegar, R. B. Hillman, W. G. Butler, 
J. K. Coleman A Bon: carriageB,F.H. Hillman, J. N. Coleman & Son; 
granite, F. £. Kelley, D. M. Webster, Samuel Kel- 
ley, Gaire A. Fox ; lumber, R. B. Hillman, G. 8. Butler, W. G. 
Butler. H. A. Jones ; shinglefi, J. N. Coleman & Son. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, Wm. Coburn, D. W. Kent, J. Nourse, 
J. La Clair, carpenters, R. B. Hillman, C. W. Hobbs, F. H. Hill- 
man, Frank Stickney ; carriage painter, N. Roberts. 

Merchants — Auctioneer, D. N. Atwood ; groceries, J. A. Foster, 
F. M. Woodbury, D. P. Atwood, D. M. Coburn; fish. F.B. Smart; 
real estate agent, F. M. Woodbury. 

Physicians— W. Sawyer, B. Hyde. 

Plblie TelephoHe— F. M. Woodbury. 

PEMBROKE, MERRIMACK— Pop. 3,172. S. B. ft. C. 6 m. 
R. R. S. — Suncook, on C. R. R. 

OFFICERS — Clerk, C. A. Seavey; Treas., Edw. M. Fowler ; Select- 
Mm, Walter S. Cass, Miles L. Spaulding, ^ert Bobinson ; Board of 
Edmeation, Mrs. J. H. Dearborn, Edmund B. Hill. Howard Bobinson; 
Supervitorg, L. L. Aldrich, B. F. Worcester, T. D. Holt; Board of 
Health, SuHCOoky C. P. Morse, A. N. Osgood, F. M. Willard. 

Postmasters— J. B. Doe ; East^ Mrs. Ann Buss. 

Justices— E. B. Trusdell, T. L. Fowler.* James i)odge, J. E. 
Ohickering, G. P. Little, B. H. Paine, S. H. Flanders, L. L. Aid- 
rich, Almon F. Burbank, D. T. Merrill, M. K. Wilson, A. N. Osgood, 
6. P. Cofran, S. D. Robinson, C. P. Morse, J. Kimball, J. Merrill, 
6. Blanchard, B. 1 Ane.' E. Baker, F. Pheney. B. M. Fowler, O. F. 
Mnnsey, F. L. Aldrich, P. 8. Bainville, B. M. Weeks, G. N. Simpson, 
W. S. Cass, H. T. Fowler. 

Churches— Bap., E. B. Earle, p. o. ad. Suncook; Cong., P. E. 
Bourne; Meth., J. L.Felt, p. o. ad. Suncook. 

Ex. Ag*t— B. Spaulding. 

Uterary UlsUtutlon— Penbroke Academy, Isaac Walker, prlq. 



DR FRBNTZ GERMAN PLASTERS. 15 for 25c 
Sent by mail. S. A. DOW, Prop, and Mfr. 

180 BUSINESS DIR£CTOBT. 

Manufkcturers— Blacksmitha,^ F. 0. Labontee, T. P. Dosois, Joa 
Cadotte ; brick, F. 8. WhitehouM. H. T. Simpson, O.N. Simpson* 
Pierre Dube; bailders, O. F. Batohelder, John Msrden. F. 0. Lyford; 
Job printer, B. Lane; Inmber and wood, A. N. Ossood, Samuel Ifmrtin, 
J. 0. Fellows, I. O. Ross, F. S. Wbitehouse, John Marden, M. W. 
Lancey ; screen works, R. C. Monlton Co.; butter, Snncook Valley 
Oreamery. 

Pnbllo Telepkone— E. Baker k Co. 

Notaries Public— J. R. Hazelton, A. F. Burbank. 

Societies— Suncook Valley Qr&nKe; Pembroke Grange; Snncook 
Commandery, U, O. O. C, Suncook; Howard Lodge, ilildreth Ko- 
canipment; Canton Gen. Stark, I. O. O. P.; Mary G. Bartlett Bebek- 
ah Lodge; Oriental Lodge, K. of P.; Jewell Lodge, Hiram Chapter. 
A. F. k A. M.; Court Gen. Natt Head, F. of A. 

Dentist— R. M. Weeks 

Sancook— Postmaster— J. F. Bartlett. 

Justices^J. B. Ohickering, B. E. Trnesdell, G. H. Larrabeo, B. IL 
Fowler, P. 8. RainTille, B. F. Baker, F. L. Aldricb. 

Churches— Bap., B. B. Barle; Meth., J. L. Felt. 

El. Ag't— B. Spalding. 

Tel. Ag'ts— a. 8. Palmer, Postal Union; W.N. Johnson, Weitem 
Union. 

Hotel— Guy Whitten. 

Ins. Ag'ts-^. G. Bartlett, A. F. Burbank, R. M. Weeks. 

Lawyers— J. B. Hazelton, A. F. Burbank. 

Uvery Stables— L. A. Hyatt, J. 0. Hale. 

Manufaoturers— Bakers, Boisvert Bros., Geo. Georgie ; brick, O. 
N. Simpson; carriags, T. P. Dnrgois; cotton, Webster M 
Pembroke Mills, D. L. Jewell, ag*t ; haresses, Ira Morgan; photographs, 
Joe. Wilkins ; lumber, A. N. Osgood. 

Merchants— Groceries, E. Baker k Co., Emery Bros, k Co., Simpson, 
Miller k Co., F Bartlett ; auctioneers, Cochran k Worthley; boots and 
shoes, J. Lacasse, C. E. Dalton ; Jewelry, etc., J^ E. Ohickering, B. H. 
Paine; clothing, Truesdell k Blodgett, G. E. Dalton; dry and 
fancy goods, Emery Bros, k Co.; dry goods and 
millinery, A. A. Tarbell & Sons, Labontee k Lamy^^Dora Duks; 
drags and medicines, George E. Gordon k Co., W. S. Palmer; 
flour and grain, Osgood k Sargent; fruit and confeotionsry, 
Patrick Castles, N. Marsh; hardware, paints, etc^ J. O. 
Fellows k Son; hats, caps and fhmishing goods, M. Henry, 
Knox k Co., Truesdell k Blodgett, C* E. Dalton, Jos. Lacasse; 
merchant tailor, M. Henry Knox k Co.; stationery 
and periodicals, George E. Gordon k Co., Mrs. A. S. Herrin; 
wood, coal and ice, F. E. Blodgett ; varieties, Louis Ladoucenr ; 
general store, I. G. Russ; meat«, E. Baker k Co., Simpson, Miller k 
Co.; millinery, L. A. Fontaine; barbers, F. Nancarm, 
N. Ponlin, Duffy May ; lumber and wood, I. G. Russ, F.<!S.Whitehoase, 
John Marden, M. W. Lancey, J. G. Fellows k Son; wood and coal, E. 
Baker k Co. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Painters, Fife k Lancey, McDonoagh k 
Prescott; architect, Frederick C. Lyford; music teachers, BUmi 0. 
Lyford, Miss Lizzie Wallace, Miss Josephine Chapman. 

Newspaper— Sunoook Journal, F. L. Aldrich, editor. 

Real Bstate— Levi L. Aldrich. 

Physieiani-G. F. Mnnsey, E. E. Hiil, C. S. Gilman. 

PeniAOOol£— Merrimack Co. B. B. station in oity of OonoorA 
also olef Ms sars from Concord, Sse Concord. 



Eq 



■ «C«M.^^^>^ Water and Ginfer Ohampafne, 
11 1 n OX Equinox Spring Co^ F. H. Orvto, 
^^ * ■ * x-^^^ Manchester, vL 



BUSINKSS DIRECTOBT. 187 

Jiaket— OarroU Co. In town of Tamwortlu Stage ttom 

ICadisoD. See Tarn worth. 

Percj— CkHM Co, B. B. station iu town of Stark. See Stark. 

PKTERBOROireH, HTLLSBOBOUOH—Top. 2,607. S. W. 
fr. C. 46 m : N. W. tr. Nashua, 81 m. R, R, &— Peterboro', on Mon- 
adnock R. R.A Peterboro' A Hillsboro' R. R. Daily stage to Dnblin, 

OFFICEBS— Cferii;, J. H. Steele; Treas,, L. P. Wilson; StUeimeH, 
K. M. Smith, G. B. Davis, H. M. Hersey; Board of Education, B. H. 
Taylor, D. Saffard, J. H. Vincent; SupervitorM, C. S. Pierce, A. H. 
Hitler, B. W. Jones; Water OommiasionerM, T.B. Tncker, A. J. Wat- 
bridge, B. W. Jones; Supt. Water Works, 8. W. Nichols; Boen^ of 
Beaith^ C. J. Allen, M. D,, G. P. Dnstnn, J. B. Saunders. 

Postmasters— J. C Swallow; West, F. J. Bobbins. 

Justices— M. L. Morrison, Charles Wilder, Charles Scott, F. O. 
Clarke, B. M. Smith, R. B. Hatch, D. M.White, J.F. Brennan, B. W. 
Jones, J. H. Steele, J. E. Saunders, C. H. Brooks, J. F. XrOrsay, B. 
W. Mackintosh, L. P. Wilson, G. M. Kettelle, A. Oheney. 

Churches— Bap., DeForest Safford ; Cong., W. H. Gane ; Meth., J. H. 
Vincent ; B. Cath., Patrick J.Scott; Unit., G. B. Littlefield. 

Eating House— F. W. Sawyer. 

European Tickets, Passports and Foreign Drafts— J. F. Brennan. 

Exp. Ag't— C. A. Baldwin. 

Stat Agt-F. H. Longley. 

Hotels— Tuckers Tavern, G. S. Tucker. 

Land Surveyor— Eben W. Jones. Telegraph Ag't— F. H. Coffin. 

Lawyers— Frank G. Clarke, £. M. Smith, James F. Brennan, D. M. 
White, B. B. Hatch. 

Uvery Stables— H. F. Nichols. 

Seeieiies— Altemont Lodge, Peterborough ChM>ter, A. F. A A. M.; 
Themis Chapter, O. £. S.; Peterborough Lodge, Union Encampment, 
1. 0. O. F.; Peterborough Bebekah Lodge; Aaron F. Steyens Post, 
G. A. B.; Won<an'8 Belief Corps; Peterborough Grange; Peterbor- 
oQgih Gommandery, U. O. G. C.; Excelsior Lodge, K. of 11.; Monad- 
nock Council, O. U. A. M.; Nubanusit Division, S. of T. 

Manufkcturers — ^Barometers and thermometers, Charles Wilder; 
baskets, H. B. Needham ; blacksmiths, G. W. Farrar A Son, B. A. 
Bi^bins ; builders, S. Anderson A Son ; butter, Peterboiough Cream- 
ery Company ; carriage painters, L. Holt, D. F. Nelson ; clearer, roller 
and slasher cloths. The J. Noone's Suns Co.; cottons, Phosnix Co., Union 
Co.; harnesses, G. W. Towle & Co ; honse UHEiinters, L. P. Wilson, David 
F. Nelson, J. Hadley ; iron, S. 0. White; Peterborough steam laundry; 
lamber. J. C. Diamond, G. W. Vinal, W. W. Mnnkittrick: marble, 
Peterboro' Marble A^Granite Works, J.F. Brennan, prop., U.M. Hersey; 
merchant tailors, T. A. Liscord, Jesse Martin ; photographs, L. B. 
Wilson, C. B. Bullard; pianos, Ilagen Sc Reufer; printer, John 
Ucott; trusses, B. Howe k Co. ; wheelrights, G. W. Farrar A Son, B. 
A. Bobbins. 

Merchants— Smith Bros., 8. Tenney A Son, A. A. ft W. B. Davis, 
Walbridge A Taylor, Mrs.W. S. Eyes, W. S. Goodnow, Winch A Field, 
8.B.Carter, West, People's store; auctioneer, Chas. Scott ; baker,F. W. 
Sawyer; baled hay and coal, Alvin Townsend, A. T. Hovey; books, 
stationery and fiincy goods, J. H. Steele; boots and shoes, F. W. Bui- 
hurd, F. B. Russell; cigars and tobacco, J. M. HasUngs, 
ekwks and watches, A. F. Grimes, F. H. Coffin A Co.; clothing, 
7.0. Robbe, Cohen ft Quint; drugs and medicines, G. L. Forbosh, 



GttlM*t Green MooaUln Blldney Cttre,t]ie bett rauedy ever mtde 
for kidney trouble. Handled by druggists all over the world, or 
will be sent by the proprietor. 
__^ J. H. GUILD , M. D., Rupert, Vt 

1B8 BUSINESS DUtBOTORY. 

J. R. Miller k Son ; flih, J. D. Hannon ; flour and grain, WtUbride« 
ATaylor, W.S.Uoodnow; frnit trees, Geo. H. Scripture ; gnna and 
■porting goodi, F. H. Ooffln A Co, ; bats and caps, F. G. Robbe; ke, A. 
L. Shattuck, J. T. Brackett; meats, A. Paquet, J. H. 
Whitney, W. E. Rutty ; millinery. Mrs. W. 8, Keyes, F. A. Ttmv 
A Co.. Mrs. H. 8. Robbe ; tin ware, Nichols Bros., F. B. Taggart; music 
teachers, Mrs. Ella J. Shattuck, Mrs. A. 0. Leath, Mrs. Ci, H. Cutler, 
Miss Maud Taggart; barbers, W. R. AverilL P. E. Sheldon. 

Physicians— 0. J. Allen, 0. H. Cutter, B. L. Talbot ; homec, H.M. 
Morse; dentists, C. H. Uayward. C. C. Duncan. 

Telephone Ag't— Mrs. % S. Keyes. 

nckerlMg's— Straflford Co. R. B. station in town of Rochester. 

Pleree*s Bridire— Grafton Co. R. R. station in town of Beth- 
lehem, known as Bethlehem Junction. See Bethlehem. 

PIERMONT, ORAFTOy—Pop. 709. N. W. from C. 76 m: S. fr. 
Haverhill, 4»^ m. R. R. &— Plermont on Pass. R . R 

OVyiCERS^CUrk, .; Treas., B.C. Metcalf; Selectmen, 

W. u. Horton, George II. Reneau, B. D. Braynard ; Board of Educa- 
fJf^.T* J?* Horton, Charles Rodlman, Mrs. M. B. Header, Boa/rd of 
BeaUh^ Hubbard Stanley, I. T. Day, C. H. Rodlman. 

Postmaster— £. B. Grimes. 

Justices— L. B. Rlsley, B. E. Grimes, H. B. Morrison, E. R. Cel- 
ley. ' 

Churches— Cong., C. H. Cooledge; Meth., B. H. Hudson. 

Hotel— Cottage Inn, Miss Kate Jones, prop. 

Insurance Co.— Plermont Mutual. 

Society— Piermont Change. 

Manufacturers- Blacksmith. K. P. LIbby ; builders, J. F. Simpson, 
Leander Clark, H. B. Morrison; butter, Piermont Creamery Co., E. 
B. Cclley, treas.; butter boxes, ^rorill Bros.; chair stock, B. R. 
Colley; meal, Robie & Morrison ; granite. Black Mountain Granite 
Co.; harnesses, Wm. B. Deal; ladders, B. R.Celley; agricultoial 
implements, Wm. B. Deal. 

Merchants— L. D. Blodgett «k Co.; E. E. Grimes; lumber, Robie A 
Morrison, G. H. Renau; cattle and horses, Lyman M. Robie; under- 
taker, H. B. Morrison. 

Pnblic Telephone— L. D. Blodgett A Co. 

Pike's— Carroll Co. B. R. station in town of Brookfleld. 
^.?*^*'* Station— Grafton Co. R. R. station in town of Hayer- 
hill. See Haverhill. 

Pine Cliflf— Merrimack Co. In town of Newbury. Steamer 
from Lake Sunapee in summer. See Newbury. 

Pine Kiver— Carroll Co, In town of Effingham. Stage ftx>m 
Ossipee. See ElBngham. 

Pine Valley— Hillsboro Co. R. R. station in town of MUford, 

Piper HIII--C008 Co. R. R. station in town of Stewartstown 

PITTSBURO, coos-Pop. 669. N. fr. C. 200 m. ; N. fr. Cole- 



I 



GUILD'S ORBEH MOUNTAIN KIDNEY CURB, 
other margins. 

BNSINBSS DIRBCrrOBY. 189 

Postmasters— L. W. Baldwin ; OofmecHcut Lake, A. K. Danforth. 

Justlees^B. L. Farnbam, J. W. Baldwin, £. S. Heach, Joseph 
Waahburn. 

€)>urch— Metb., 

Hotels— Gonnecticat Lake Honae, Conn. River Lumber Co.; Half 
Way House, J. W. Baldwin; Gamp Metallflc, Baldwin & Johnson. 

Seclety— Aurora Grange. 

Mechanics — Blacksmiths, W. A. Chase, D. Ladoo, Peter Mousseau. 

Merchants— F. W. Baldwin, J. W. Baldwin, A. K. Danforth. 

PITTSFIEI4D, MERRIMACK— Fop. 2,605. E. from C. 15 m. 

B. R, &— Pittsfield, on Sun. Yal. R. R. Stage to all trains for Loudon 
and Gilmanton. 

OFFICERS— Cf«rii;, F. D. Osgood ; lZVea«., C. C. Goes ; Sdtctmm, 
W. B. Joy, V. A. Grant, M. S. Clough; Board of Education, A. 
H. French, H. W. Osgood, 8. J. Winslow ; Pirt Department, W. B. 
Brans, Chief Engineer ; Board of Trade, John A. Uoss, President; 
Boa/rd cfHeam Levi CUrk M. D., F. S. Jenkins, V. A. Grant. 

Postmasters— F. JB. Randsdl ; South, Miss Florence Dow. 

Justices— A. W. Bartlett, H. A. Tuttle, Francis Peaslee, J. M. 
Tucker, Truman Smith, S. J. Winslow, B. A. 1 ane, F. B. Berry, J. T. 
Harvey, B. B. Ring, T. F. Gay, F. D. Osgood, E. Webster, W. Evans, 
T. Johnson, G. Colbath, H. Potter, T. U. Maxfield, J. Goss, 
E. French, T. Tuck, C. Qoss, L. Kaime, S. Barker, B. Emerson, W. 
Joy, F. W. Blake, Frank Jenkins. 

Banks— Pittsfleld Nat., C. H. Carpenter, Pres., J. A. Goss, Cash.; 
rutsfleld Savings, S. J. Winslow, treas.; Farmers' Savings, J. A. Goss, 
treaa. 

Literary Institutions- Pittsfleld Academy; Public Library. 

Churches— Adv., —— ; Bap., I.E. Furber; Cong., G. E. 

Lovejoy; Epis., Fremont Hill; F. Bap., W. J. Malvern. 

Exp. Agt— 17. S. A C. Express. P. D Hutchings. 

Ins. Agts— C. L. Edgerly, C. C. Goss, Winslow A Berry. 

Stat, and Telegraph Agt— F. E. Sargent. 

Telephone Agt— v. A. Grant. 

Hotels— Washington House, L. D. Marston; Eagle Hotel; res- 
taurant, Mrs. W. W. Cram. 

8aninier Boarding Uoese — Mountain Tiew House, J. S. Tames. 

Lawyers— A. W. Bartlett, E. A. Lane, E. S. George, NattCram. 

Livery Stables— M. S. Clough, A. W. Avery, J. A. Goss. 

Societies— Corinthian Lodge, A. F. k A. M.; Suncook Lodge Pas- 
saconaway Eacampment, I. O. O.F.* Beulah Bebekah Lodge; Norris 
Lodge, E. K. Webster Div., U. R., K. of P.; Watchenoit Tribe, I. O. 
R. M.; Alfarata Council, D. of P.; Mary Butler Chapter, D. of A. R.; 
W. K. Cobb Post, Q.A.R.; Woman's Relief Corp; Catamount Grange. 
Manufacturers-Black8mith8,D.Goodwin,H.W.Bachelder,G.EmerBun, 
J.O. L.Smith, D.M.Woodbury; boxes, Page k Evans; builders, 

C. H. Lane, William Evans, N. W. Adams, W. B. Hartwell, L. L. Gas- 
well; cottons, Pittsfleld M'f'g; Co., George E. Kent, ag't; Job 

Srinters, D. T.Neal, W. J. Page, Valley Times Co. ; lumber, Winslow 
; Tuttle, Wm. B. Hartwell, Drake ft Sanborn; photographer, H.W. 
Osffood ; shoes, Pittsfleld Shoe Company, Knowles ft Poole; grist 
mill, W. B. Hartwell; carriages, Atthur Sanborn. 

Merchants— B. F. Kaime, G. D. S. Noyes, T. P. Tuck, 
H.Greenleaf, G. L. Hall ; auctioneers, J. M. Tucker, E. K. Webster ; 
boots and shoes, A. 0. Brown; clocks and watches, J. M. Batchelder; 
dething, hats and caps, C. H. Hall, H. A. Tuttle; drugs and medi- 



Porter's Window and Door Screens are the Best. 
For sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

190 BUSINESS DIBBCTORT. 

ciuet, Qeorge H. Ck>1batb, Y. A. Qnmt ; dry and fancy gooda, T. ¥ 
^7 i <1<7 goodi. J. 8. Rand, Griffin A Dot tin, B. 0. Sanderson ; flour 
and com, P. U. Adami, W. B.Hartwell ; furniture and carpets, H.W. 
Osgood; groceries, Nelson Duval, L.Bmenon, P. H. Adams, A. W. San- 
ders, J. M. Hook ; hardw^, B. B. Ring ; Jewelry, J. M. Batcholder, 
0. A. Stone ; meat, T. An^reen, L. Emerson, Lewis Adams ; millin- 
ery, Linscoti k Hill, Mrs. J. B. Olongh. H. A. True ; stoves and tin- 
ware. F. B. Dennett, W. E. Poss, M. H. Nutter, tobacco, John 
Walsh ; harnesses, C. F. Freeze, W. W. Gram; fish and oysters, J. M. 
Oilman. 

HeehABles and ArtiMHi— Barbers, A. Hey wood, A. C. Jones, J. 
I>ani'«, T. Connors; laundry. Riverside Laundry, Caswell ft Sanborn; 
painters and paper hangers, H. B. Locke, F. Rand, C. H. Blkins, W. 
U. Ring; carriage painter, R. M. Sargent; fiorlst, H. L. Robinson; 
undertakers. Bunker A Reed, T. P. Tuck. 

Physicians-^ohn Wheeler, B. L. Oarr,* Levi Clark, F. B. Cum- 
mings, F. H. Sargent, A. H. French; veterinary surgeon, J. Henry. 

Places— Strafford Go. R. B. station in town of Farmington. See 
Farmington. 

PI^AIBTFIEI^D, BULLIVAN^Vop 1178. N. W. fr. C. 63 m. ; N. 
W. fr. Newport, 24 ni. R. R. S.— Windsor, Vt. 6m., on C. V. R. R. 
Daily stage from Meriden to Windsor, Vt., via Plainfleld. 

OFFICERS— a«rA and IV«a»., D.O , Weetgate ; Collector, 8. W. 
Clark ; tkUctmen, B. F. Porter, L. S. Jordan, R. R. Penniman ; Board 
of Education, S. Sanborn, Robert Penniman, Lucy Lewin; Board (if 
Health, I. N. Fowler, M. D., S. R. Sanborn, S. W. Clark. 

Postmaster— J. H. Whitaker. 

Justices— A. S.Biirtholomew, J. T. Duncan, B. O. Beers, W. P. 
Thrasher, 0. C. Davis, E. Miller* 

Church— Bap., Q. 0. Trow. 

Societv— Blow-me-down Grange. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, Charles H. Read, Hadley & Emery; 
meal and flour, 8. W. Clark. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Black8mith8,J. S.8tickBey,I. W.Spauld- 
Ing ; mason H. D. Plummer; carpenters, W. P. Thrasher, F, I. 
Davidson, T. M. Peterson. 

Merchants— J. H. Whitaker; meat, C. F. Lewin, G. F. Lewin. 

Public Telephone— I. W. Spalding. 

£as(— £. R. iS.— Lebanon, 4 m., on Northern R. R. 

Postmaster— Mrs. Lncian Cobb. 

Mechanics—Carpenter, Wm. A. Tolbert 

Merchant— Poultry and game, F. Moulton. I 

M eriden — R. R. 8. — Lebanon on Northern R. R., 7m., and 
Glaremont, 14 m. on G. A G. R. R. with daily stage to each ; also to 
Windsor, passing through Plainfleld. 

Postmaster— A. B. Chellis. Exp. Ag't . 

Churches— Bap., 0. W. Kimball ; Gong., C. F. Robinson. 

Literary Institution— Kimball Union Academy, W. H. Cummings, 
prin. 

Livery Stables— D. N. Moulton, G. S. Hastings. 

Society — Meriden Grange. 

Hanufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans Blacksmith, Osit B. 

Gntts; lumber, L. B. Hililard. F. L.Hudson; butter, Meriden Oream- 
ery Co.; painters, 0. 0. Davis, O. V. Eastman. 



GUILD'S Oreen Monntaiii KidxMj Care, best remedy on 
earth for kidnej trouble. Send for practical treatise on 
the kidneji, to J. H. GUILD, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIBBCTORY. 191 

Merchants— MoaltoD A Roberts, Chellis & Stickney ; meat, B. J 
Westgftte. 

Physicians— Hubert Sleeper, I. N. Fowler ; thomp., E. G. Beers. 

PI4AISTOW, ROCKINOHAM— Pop. 1,086. 8. B. tr. C.40 m. ;8. 
W. fr. Exeter,U m. M. R. ;S.— PlMistow, Westville and Atkinson.on B 
ft M. R. R. 

OFFIOBRS— OerXr, J. M. DaTis; Treat.^ N. S. Sleeper ; BeUctnun. 
Benjamin Q. Flanders, Hilaire Gilbert, George E. Ricker ; Board of 
MducaUon^ J. P. Sanborn, George W. Dobbins, F. W. McLaughlin; 
Ofnutable, B. B. Heald; Board ofHtaUK P* ^* McLaughlin, M. D.; 
Damns Gos^eline, M. B. Dow. 

Postmasters— 0. W. Cass; Athimon Depots A. B. Hoyt; Wtat- 
viUt^ D. M. Kelleher. 

Justices— W. H. Hills, J. M. Daris, S. G. Watkins, M. B. Dow, k. B 
Hoyt, J. H. Noyes, B. B. Peaslee, J. Kelleher, F. D. Peaslee, J. Peas- 
lee, J. H. Pollard. 

Churches— Bap., W, C. WhiUker; North PcarUh^ Cong., Geo. W. 
Lawrence 

Ins. Ag*U.— J. M. Davis. 

Hotels— Hotel Plaiatow, O. M. Twitchel; Mrs. Louisa NiohoH. 

Lawyei^W. H. Hills. 

Societies— Plaistow Grange: Trinity Lodge, K. of P. 

Manufacturers— Brick. A. M. Potvin, Geo. Denonconr, 0. Dapont, 
H. Gilbert: carriages, Moses B. Dow; cider, I H. Pollard. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, M. B. Dow, Geo. Lefeyre, 
Joseph Lebranc; carpenters, W. K. Seayer, C. B. Crockett, C. P. 
Gdodwin; painters, A. English, B. R. Heald; barber, C. W. Toizer; 
tRilor, John DnfELIl; dressmakers, Mrs. John J. Fowler, Mrs. J. E. 
Hardy. 

Merchants— Auctioneer, Wallace Keezer; coal, hay and grain,Chas. 
W. Caa^; groceries. Sleeper Bros., D. Goslin, J. S.Hill; lumber, E. 
E. Peaslee ; shoes Seayer Bros., G. J. Hill. 

Physician— F. W. McLaughlin. 

Stat, Ex. and Telegraph Ag'ts— Ptofe^ow, Wm. Gushing; Weit- 
ville, D. J. Kelleher: Atkinson Depot, A. B. Hoyt. 

Public Telephone-C. W. Cass. 

PE^TSCOITTK, Gf«i41^0ZV— Sblretown; Pop. 1,852. N. W 
fr. C. 51 m. R. R, S.— Plymouth, on B. k M. R. R., Wht. Mt. Diy. 

OFFICERS— CferJk. O.C.Wright; Trea*. P.O. Galley; SeUctmen, 
John Mason, Charles W. George, Dean S. Currier ; Board of Educa- 
tion, A. F. Wentworth. John Keniston, Hayen Palmer; Board of 
HeciUh, C. J. Gould, Warner Hartwell, Hazen Palmer, M. D.. 

Postmasters— W. G. Hull; Wut, Harris Page. 

Justices— G. H. Adams, Alyin Burleigh, M. S. Brown, H. M. 
Rogers, M. A. Ferrin, John Keniston, C. C. Wright, Hiram Clark, D. 
t». Currier, J. A. Pennlman, J. Chandler, E. Goye, P. Currier, J. 
McCoy, A. F. Wentworth, C. Fellows, W. Langdon, Robert Bums, 
H.S Chase, C. B. Chandler. 

Bank— Pemigewassett Nat., G. H. Adams, pres. ; R. E. Smythe> 
cashier; Plymouth Guaranty Sayings, Charles H. Bowles, pres. ; R. B> 
Smythe, cashier. 

Churohes— Ck)ng., Frank G. Clark j M«th„ A. J. B»»l«rj Unly,, 
-— Wllliai^s. 



Winship Teachers' Agency, 3 Somerset St., Boston. 
N. E. Bureau of Education— The oldest Teachers* Asency 
tn Now England. 

192 BUSINESS DIBSOTORT. 

Hotels —PemigewMiiett Hoase, 0. M. Morse k Son, managers; 
Tyler House, W. H. Hutching, prop. 

Livery Stables— Pemigewassett Stable, W. 0. Flanders; Geo. W. 
Little. 

Lawyers— AWin Burleigh, Geo. H. Adams, A. F. Wentworth. 

Literary Institutions— Normal School, A. H.Campbeli, prin.; Hoi- 
dernest School for Boys, Lorin Webster, prin. 

Societies— J. B. Pennlman PoBt,PlymouthPo8t,G. A. B.; Wonian"s 
Relief Corps; R. O. Wright Camp. 8. of V.; Plymouth Lodge, Waum- 
beck Encampment, I. O. O. F.; Enterprise Kebekah Lodge; Baker 
River Lo<lge, K. of P.; Oltye Branch Lodge, Pemlgewssset Chapter, 
Omega Council, A. F. ft A. M.; Bethlehem Chapter, O.S. S. 

Manufacturers— blacksniths. P.Johnson,Rlchar A ft Farmer; boots 
and shoes, S. 11. Woodbury: ballders, Wm. Mayhew, T. I. Bm«r- 
son, Martin Merrill, Geo. H. Corliss, J. fA. Smith; carrisiges, 
etc., John M. Russell; harnesses, A. F. Houston, J. F. Wiggin, 
lumber, W. R. Park. W. G. ftL H. Chase; photographer, H. Heath: 
Plymouth buck gloves, F. 0. Calley, F. H. Rollins, Frank Gilford, 
J. 0. Fletcher; printers, Chase A Wright; Tenser boxes for 
butter and berries, Plymouth Veneer Co. 

Merchants— Webster, Russell ft Co., J. K. Pierce, Plummer Fox, 
John Mason ; builders' materials, Geo. H. Corliss ; carriages, W. O. 
Flanders ; wood and coal, G. H. Greeley ; ooal,B. F. St. Clair ; coffins, 
caskets and rob<s, W. W. Mason ; clocks, watches. Jewelry and 
fancy goods, A. W. Avery, H. H. McQuesten ; clothing, D. B. 
Keniston; drugs and medicines, O. F.Amsden, Tnfts A Co.; farniture, 
J. P. Huckins, F. H. Rollins; meat, Clifford ft Day, Bayley Bros.; 
millinery, Miss Evans, Mrs. W. M. Pressy; stoves and tinware, 
Chas. J. Gould, W. I. Lee ; fruit, J. Police. 

Physicians— Robert Burns, Tristram Rogers, Cyrus K. KoUey, Bnos 
Huckins, il. Palmer, W. R. Garland ; dentists, B. ,P. Merrill, D. H. 
Uallenbeck, A. W. Woodman. 

Real Estate Ag'ts— H. W. Rogers, B. H. Gove, M. A. Ferrin. 

Tel. Operators —Pemigewassett House, Miss Kimball ; R. R. oflOce, 
C. E. Averill. 

Telephone— Plymouth and Campton Telephone Exchange, W. I. 
Lee, mgr. 

Exp. Ag'ts — James Robie. 

PORTSMOUTH, BOGKINGUAM-^h\Te ioyfu—Vov. 9,827, 
S. E. fr. C. 45m. R.R. S.— Portsmouth, on Eastern div. B. ft M. R. R. 
Con. ft Ports. R. R., Ports, ft Dov. R. R., Port., Saco ft Ports. R R., 
Ports, Gt. F. ft Con. R. R., York Harbor ft Beach R.R. 

OFFICERS— i/ayor, John W. Emery; (My Clerk, Wm. H. Moore ; 
Aldermen, Ward 1, (^eorge B. Wallace, A. S. Brown; 2, John I». 
Sweetser, A. R. Junkina, J. S. Tilton ; 3, W. H. Herrlck; 4, J. T. 
Vaughan, W. M. Gray; 5, F. C. Marston ; Common CouncUmen, Ward 
1, John E. Milton, Fred B. Dame, A. H. Entwistle, B. M. Fi8her:12, J. 
G. 'Pol>ey, Jr., A. J. Rutledne, E. 8. Downs. W.F.Weeks,C.R.Oxford, 
C. E. Whitehouse; 3. A. J. Freeman, G. W. Wilson ; 4, W. J. Chase, 
C. E. Leach;5, W.H.Hemp8hire,Jj;.Hennes8ey; Clerk, E. H. Adams; 
Collector, J. L. Parker ; Trea»., C. H. Clough ; Jmtice of Polie* Courts 
S. W. Emery; AsftodcUe JtuHce, E. H. Adams; City SoUcUoTy J. W. 
Kelley; City Marshal, T. Entwiutle ; Street CommUHmer^ Rienzt 
Ridge; CUy Physician, F. S. Towle; Soord of Health, F. 8. Towle, L. 
Pope, jr., B. B. Prime; Asseseore, Harry J. Freeman, T. R. Martin, 
Solomon Littlefleld, O. S, Drowne, L. G, Davis, J. W. MardWl,M. "W. 



Travelling Men stop at 

CITY HOTEL, KEENE, N. H, 

BireiNESS DIRKCTORir. 193 

Ayere, B. F. Canney; Overseers of the Poor, C. H. Joy, J. W. Coleman, 
C. E. HodgdoD, Henry MnIligM,Dennl8 McGratb; Chief Engineer^S .Ji. 
RandaU ; Harbor Matter, G. A. Wendell; Port Wardens, Q, T. Yanghn, 
H. 0. Prime, W. P. Pickett ; Bupt. of Fire Alarm, Wilber I. Trafton , 
CMlector Oustonu.Truc L. Norris; Board qf Healthy F. S. Towle, M. 
D., L. Pope, Jr., M. D., E. B. Prime. 

Postmaster— Wm. 0. Bides. 

Justices— E. H. Adams, J. 0. Ayers, J. H. Bronghton, 0. P. Berry, 
J. U. CartiB, M. M. Collis, C. H. Clongh, Samuel Dodge, H. B. Dow, 
S. W, Eoiery, S. P. Emery 3. E. Gould, Mercer Goodrich, S. K. Gard- 
ner, M. J. Griffin, E. L. Guptill, F. R. Garrett, C. D. Hanscom, Wallace 
Backetc, A. F. Howard, C. A. Hazlett, J. V. Hanscom, 0. B. Hoyt, F. 
W. Hartford, W. N. Ilsley, W. 0. Junkins, J. W. Kelley, W. 8. Lord, 
J.F. MaGraw, F. B. H. Harden. W. E. MarTin, W. 
H. Moore, Thoma^ Neil, T. L. Norris, John O'Connor, John Pendar, 
J. W, Parsons, Calvin Page, W. H. Palmer, H. 8. Paul, G. P. Parker, 
W. H, Rollins, J. B. Rider, T. H. Rider, J. G. Ronee, 
John 8i8e, F M. 8ise,0. A. Sinclair. W. D. Smith, J. G. Tobey, Jr., 
H. P. Wendell, F. 0. Wright, H. J. Willard, E. J. White, O. L. Guptill, 
6.L. Ck>Uis, T. H. Simes. 

Churches— Adv., E. A. Phelps ; Bap., M. V. McDuflBe; Chris. My- 
ron Tyler; Cong., L.H. Thayer ;£pis., Chas. LeY. Brine ; F. Bap., 
B. L. Dustin ; Meth., Wm. Warren; R. Cath., E. M. CCallagan; Unit., 
Alfred Gooding; Univ., C. H. Dickens. 

Y. M. C. A.— B.P.Kimball,Pres.; L. B. Staples, Treas.; W. H. 
Teagne, Gen. Sec'y. 

£i. Ag'ts — Jackson A Co., American Ex. Co. 

Stat. Agt— F. G. Grant. 

Eleetrfe Railway— Ports Kittery and York Electric Railway to 
York Beach, 15 miles. 

PttMlcTelcplione— To Kittery, Kittery Point, York, New Castle, 
Rye and Hampton. 

Hotels— Rockingham House, Frank Jones ; Kearsarge House, E. T. 
Cotton ; Langdon House, E. T. Cotton. 

Ins. Ag'ts— S. Dodge, W. H. Ilsley, John Sise, C. A. Hazlett, A. F. 
Howard, John Pender, 0. E. Trafton, J. G. Tobey, jr.. Pierce & Marcy. 

Lawyers— 8. W. Emery, W. H. Rollins. J. 8. H. Frink, C. Page, 
8. P. anery, John Hatch, Wallace Hackett, Ernest L. Guptill, J. W. 
Kelley, W. E. Marvin. 

Literary Institutions— Portsmouth High*8chool ; parochial school, 
director. Rev. B. M. O'Callagan; Public Library, R. E. Rich, lib. 

Livery Stables— E. W. Cochrane, H. R. Stoddard, R. H. Beacham, 
Harry Freeman, Thos. McCue, H. T. Ridge, C, E. Dempsey. 

Soeleties— Portsmouth Commandery, U. 0. G. C; Piscataqua 
Lodge, New Hampshire Lodge, Osgood Lodge, Strawberry Bank En- 
campment, Canton Senter, I. O. O. F.; Union Eebekah Lodge; Da- 
mon Lodge, K. of P.; Storer Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; 
Sagamore Lodge, A. O. U. W.* Rockingham Court, F. of A.; St. 
George Council, L. of H.; Langdon Colony, U. O. F. F.; St. Andrew's 
Lodge, Jt. John's Lodse, DeWitt Clinton Commandery, Davenport 
Council, Washington Chapter, A. F. A A. M.; Rivermouth Chapter, 
0. B. S.; Sagamore Lodge, K. of H.; Rockingham Lodge, Strawberry 
Bank Lodge, I. 0. G. T.; Portsmouth Council, O. U. A. M.; Strawber- 
ry Bank Grange; City of Portsmouth Council, K. of C; Massasoit 
Tribe, I. O. R. M.; Nokomis Council, D. of P.; Alpha Council, R. A.; 
Ancient Order Hibernians, and Ladles AuxiUary; Mt. Tabor Senate, 
K.A.O.B. 



Onii;D*8 Green Moantaln Kldnejr Cure, the best remedy ever 
made for kidney trouble. Handled by druggists all over the 
world, or will be sent by the proprietor, 
J. H. GUII.D. M. P.. Rupert, Vt. 

194 BUSINESS DIRBOTORY. 

Manufketurerfl— Ale, Eldredge Brewing Co., Portsmouth Brewing 
Co.^ Frank Jones ; blocks, W. R. Martin ; boots and shoes, Portsmoutb 
Shoe Go.; box toe manufacturers, W. Q. Wi^n ; carriages, M. P. Bry- 
ant & Co., Q. J. Qreenleaf, G. M. Huntress, T. A. Tucker; cod liver oil, 
Marvin k Bartlett; distillery, Wm. Ward; drainpipe, D. Shea; la^er, 
Eldredge Brewing Company ; masts and spars, W. R. Martin ; patent 

Kipples and anchors, A. 8. Trafton & Son ; patent marine bicycle, 
Tid Urch ; planing mills, Daniel Masou ; sails and awnings, Cbas. 8. 
Drown, L. T. Davis, W. F. Luskey ; soap, II. J. Freeman ; soda auid 
small beer, C. B. Boynton, City Bottling works, C. H. Raitt, T. Loagh- 
lin, Morrissey Bros.; tailors, G. F. Matbes, W. P. Walker, C. B. Simp- 
son, B. Percy Lawrence, T. Ooyle ; confectionery and medicines, 8. 
Gilbert ; confectionery, Bntwistle & Taylor, B. Reich. 

Merchants — ^Agricultural implements, J. L. Seavey, 8. A. Schurman; 
antique furniture, J. L. 0. Coleman, Henry Tucker; auctioneer, John 
0. Tobey ; books and stationery, lloyt A Dow, Moses Bros., F. B. Mars- 
ton ; boots and shoes, W. H. Fay, J. G. Oarr, 
Oren Bragdon, Joseph Pettigrew, J. K. Manning, G. F. Duncan, 

B. F. Mugridge, Louis Geber; clocks, watches and 

iewelry, J. H. Ilatchinson,J. R. Gonnell, Wilbur I. Trafton, 
f. L. Martin; clothing, Henry C. Hewitt A Co., W. P. Walker, 

C. B. Simpson & Co., W. H. Fay, Peyser ft Son, W. Decourcey, B. P.. 
Lawrence, Q. F. Mathes ; coal and wood, 0. B. Walker, J. A. walker, 
0. F. Philbrick A Co., J. Salter, Gray ft Prime; commission, Gray A 
Prime; crockery and glass ware, Portsmouth Crockery Co.; crockery, 
Alkon ft Co.; drugs and medicines, Goodwin B Philbrick, Boardnutn 
ft Norton, A. P. Preston, Geo. Hill, William D. Grace, 
F. B. Coleman, BeuJ. Green; dry goods, H. C.HopkinBACo.,M.O.Foy,Q, 
B. French, D. F. Borthwick, L. C. Staples, Dennett ft Mc- 
Carthy; fancy goods, Morris Foye, L. B. Staples, J. W. Wilson, C. A. 
Parmenter ; furniture. R. Clyde Margeson, Portsmouth Furniture Ck>^ 
Graham ft Mcintosh, Sheldon Bros., 0. W. Ham; florists, 
Amos Pearson, Mrs. J. B. Haley, M. E. Hutchinson ft Co., 
Mrs. James R. Teaton, A. H. Stacv, Richard Hannaford; flsh, 
Portsmouth Fish Co, John Holland, N. F. Berry, Elvin Newton, Q. 
W. Randall; flour and grain, J. Brooks ft Co., Portsmouth Grain and 
Grocery Co., Dixon ft Mclntire, A. B. Rand ; lime and cement, J. A. 
ft A. W. Walker, J. H. Brougbton; fruit and confectionery, H. C. 
Locke, F. S. Wendell, C. B. Lear. BeuJ. Atwell, Jos. Dandero, J. W. 
Wilson, Entwistle ft Taylor; money broker, J. G. Tobey, Jr., 
groceries, Charles W. Coleman, 0. H. Clark, H. L. Garrett, G. H. Ab-* 
bott, J. R. Yeaton ft Co., C. E. Laighton ft Son, A. Rand, Newton Bros. 
ft Co., Globe Grocery Co., W. Sladen, A. K. W. Green, W. A. OuUen, 
Ward ft Co., Howard Laskey, J. J. La8key,0. R. Palfrey ft Co., D. J. 
CarioU ft Co., Cash Grain and Groceiy Co., C. C. Charlsen, 
John Parkin. H. T. Ridge, H. J. Roberts, B. F. Russell, 0. F. 
Wells, T. H. Young, J. H. Young, J. S. Young, W. Moulton, J. W. 
Amaeeen, Wm. H. Smith, John Woods, John Hallum, John 
J. Fletcher, Ports. G. and Grocery Co., J. E. Milton, Maddock 
ft Moore, 0. H. Tucker, Geo. H. Joy, B. F.Mugridge ; hardware, Pryor 
ft Matthews, Rider ft Cotton, G. T. Vangban, A. P. Wendell ft Co. ; 
bats, caps and furs, John GrifBn, J. F. Berry; ice, 
0. B Hodgdon, E. E. Ramsdell, Ports. Ice Co. ; jewelry, 
Fred Martin, J. H. Hutchinson, J. R. Cornell, C. F. Hussey 
W. I. Trapton; lumber, lime and eement, J. H. Brougbton, T. B. Call 
« Sons ; meat and provisions, John E. Berry, Chicago Meat Oo.^ 



. Hve Freight by OFderiiig Porter Screens shipped 
lirect from the Facstory. For sale by all Joboere. 
Poftei* S<5i:*eea Manufacturing Cbxnpany. 



BlJalNESS DIRECTORY. 195 

LT. Rld^e, J. Holland, F. Pourson, H.M.Clark & Go. ; millinery, Mrs. 
^jL C* F^ndji^ Mne. G. IL Gloiii^li, Ada Thurston, Misses Sides, Mrs. 
0. F. LoriihArd, A* A^ PreiHcott, Mary McCarthy ; music and musical 
LDfltrttiiifititti, D, U. Montgocutrry, Hoyt A Dow; nurserymen, D. H. 
ipiiuiey. Rider A Cottou ; [tainti^^ oils and glass, George T. Yaughan, 
Ah F. Wendell & Co,, Prjar &, Matthews, Rider ft Cotton; picture 
tntD^, 0. O. Mi>QtiO]U4iry, J. 11. Gardiner, Hoyt ft Dow; produce 
din^^ra, H. U. Duttoo, B. F. Mugridge, B. Holmes; 

prDTipicins^ Geo. M. Joy, John J. Fletcher, Howell C. Russell, 
Wm, IL SniHht PortH. G, «nd firocery Co., C. H. Clark, H. L. Garrett, 
Wm. Horn, lionry T. Kldge, Win. 0. Newton, C. S. Smart, John Hol- 
fuml, H&riuf^i) Bro^. ; roarfmrttiite, B. O. Dunham, W. S. Crafts, W. 
Fr«(.'nian, O. Arniatron^ & Co., Mrs. B. Home, C. W. Ham, F. W. Rice; 
Rait. O. E. Wihiker & Co., Qrnj It Prime; sash and blinds, B. F. 
Wotistor^ F, D. Qrjico^ WDliain A. Hodgdon; stereoscopic views, Davis 
Bros.» L. V. Newoll, E. C. Nlck^rson ; stoves and tinware, F. L. Woods, 
Jadn n. Wolis, J. L.O. Coleman, J. P. Sweetser, William B. Paul; 
waU pfipur a.Dd wiodoiv flliudeeif F. C Marston, J. H. Gardiner. 

MisceiianaouS^Locksinitti, t George B. Chadwick; marble, J. S. 
TruAt, ienue^a t Dowd^ Moon A, Davis.; wood dealers. Daniel Little 
field. C. E. Walker A Cki., J. A. Walker, 0. F. Philbrick ft Co., James 
Slater- paintofj^ and paper hangers, J. H. Gardiner, J. H. Graves, G. 
li. Tripp, J. E. Ilti3de. 

Physicians— .Juh a J. B«rry, A, B. Sherburne, J. W. Parsons, J. R. 
Bfay. F. L, Bensdkt, F. B. Potior, E. Richter, A. C. Heffenger, John 
Mullen, B. Ch&eti*r, W. H. Lyons, F. 8. Towle, W. O. Junkins 
(teDtinta, B. P» A. n^rkering, Jan. Boylston, Joseph I. White, J. 8. 
Pf^iry, E. M. Jevett, £. B. Goodatl, C. D. Hinman, B. 0. Blaisdell; 
fei.surg^., L. Popejr. 

Potter PlACe— Herri mack Co. R. R. station in town of An- 
^ifV^r. See Andover. 

P9i« VFAW BlT«r — RoekinEham Co. R. R. station in town of 

Prat t«—iIlllibo rough Co» R, S. station in town of Mason. 

Praflle Fallt—Grftfton Co. R. R. station in town of 
ErisUA, ForraBrly Sontli nri^iol. See Bristol. 

Profile IIoha^.— nmnoD Co. R. R. station and hotel in 
town of Franconia. See Fraiicouia. 

ClEiaMer City— HuUi van Ca. In town of Unity. Stage 
froiii Nortb Gharloiton. Sh<t Unity. 

^neliec Tunction— CoGsCo. R. R. station in town of 
CkrrolL 

ftnincy— Graft oa Co. K. R, station in town of Rumney 
^ Rumney. 

Rand— Ckflthlrc Cd* R. K. station in town of Rindge. 

R A !tf 041 L P JI , CO OS- Prip. 137. N. B. fr. C. * 120 m. ; S. B. fr* 
UDO«#ifrr, 19 ni. R. E, S.— GorbiLm,6 m., on 0. T. R. R. Post office ad* 
drHJ!, QcirhnJii or Randulpli. 

OFKlCBRa— a*rJt, Ithte.4 Rentes ; Trtca., F. C. Wood; Sdeetmm, R 
I U-igiiton, A. L. Hunt, T. H. i-owe; Board of Education, Vyron. 
Law. Q. F. ScRtes, aidnoy Brow a; Board c/ Healthy Geo. F. Scates, 
~~l% IrfOrwe, jr., Frank MoEnt Ir ■. 



Kl^l^ 



OUILD*S Oreen Moantain Kidney Oore. the best reaiedy 
ever Dutde for kidney trouble. Handled by droggists all over 
the world, or will be sent by the proprietor. J. H. Guild, 
M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

196 BUSDnSS DIRBOTORT. 

Postmaster— Hubbard Hunt. 

Hotels— RariDe House, L. M. Watton ; Randolph Hill House, O. B. 
Lowe; Mountain View Cottage, W. Kelsey. 

Manufketurers— Blacksmiths, Willis Johnson, J. Russell; buildera, 
R. I. Leighton, H. H. Hunt 

Merehants.— L. M. Watson, J. L. Kelsey, O.B. Lowe. 

RATMOBrn, ROCKiyOHAM^Fop. 1,181. S. B. fr. 0. 24 m; 
W. n*. Bxeter.l4m; W. ft*. Portsmonth,26 m. R. R. &— Raymond, on 

a * P. R. R. 

0KFICER8—CT«rfc, F. B. Page ; IVeat., E. 8. Poore; SeUetmm, P. 
B. Corson, W. J. Dudley, J. W. Dodge : Board of Xdueation, J. B. 
BrowD, O. fi. Sawyer, J. H. Smith; Board of UeaUh^ D. C.Healey, 
O. H. GupUll, M. D., W. H. Bailey. 

Postmaster— K. 0. Rowell. Eip. & Tel. Ag't-;Oharles Poore. 

Telephone Ag't— 0. A. Shepard. 

Justiees— T. M. Gould, D. G. Healey, J. T. Bartlett, W. J. Dadley, 
A. W. Brown, B. 0. Rowell, George B. Fellows, George B. Sawyer 
George H. Guptill, J. B. Ladd. 

Literary Institution— Raymond High School. 

Livery Stables— J. L. Jones, W. J. Welch & Son, Geo. Shepard. 

Churches— Gong., A. H. Thompson ; F. Bap., ; Meth.,J. T. 

Hooper. 

Hotel—Raymond House, G. W. Shepard. 

Lawyer-J. T. Bartlett. Ins. Agts— J. T. Bartlett, W. J. Dudley. 

Societies— Raymond Grange; Juniata Lodge, Gh-anite Encamp- 
ment^ I. O. 0. F.- Alfarata Rebekah Lodge; Joe Hooker Poet, G. A. 
R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Lamprey Lodge, K. of P.; Pawtucka- 
way Commandery, U. O. G. C. 

Manuftieturers, Mechanics and Artisans — Blacksmiths, O. W 
Fellows, A. W. Brown, Peter ATery ; lumber, H. W. Batchelder, D. 
GriflBn ft Sons, P. B. Gorson; boxes, J. M. Healey, H. W. Batchelder; 
shoes. Chase, Chamberlin ft Go, A. P. Brown ; house painters, Deris A 
Poore, 0. 1. Brock, Daniel Batchelder; carriage painters, H. B. Lutdd, 
John 4twood; wheelwrights. J. B. Ladd, B. G. Brown, A. W. Brown, 
0. W. Fellows ; carpenters, P. Brown, George B. Corson, Ed Healey, 
Geo. McClure, Chas. Moultou, W. Poore; photographer,— Neal. 

Merchants— Dry good*, B. T. Brown; clothing. D. W. Whittier ; 
fruit and confectionery, D. Belser ; meat, 0. S. Wilber ; groceries and 
provisions, W. S. Nelson. Fellows ft Rowell, 0. Preecott; florist and 
nursery, Irrin Folsom ; harnesses, D. J. Whittier : auctioneer, 0. A. 
Shepard ; restaurant, C. A. Shepard ; hardware, J. W. Dodge ; barbers, 
Frank Ronco, Edd Poore, John Prescott ; coaland wood, K. T.Brown ; 
cigars and tobacco, D. H. Belser, Will Hill, W. S. Nelson, G. J. Whit- 
tlng, C. Prescott, Fellows ft Rowell ; drugs, C. J. Whiting ; dress- 
makers, Mrs. Chas. Poore, Miss Layina Dearborn, Mrs. H. A. BaTis, 
Mrs. Fred Leach; farm tools, A. W. Brown, J. W. Dodge; underta- 
ker, Edgar T. Brown. 

Physicians— George H. Guptill, T. M. Gould; dentist, L. 0. Pollard* 

Telegraph— Western Union. 

Public Telephone— C. A. Shepard. 

Redetene— Carroll Co. R. R. station in to^n of Convav See 
Conway 



ll*orter*8 Wiadow aad Boot Screens are the Best. 
[For sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

BUBTNESS DIRECTORY. 197 

Rlcli»rdiilii*fl— UU I i borough Co. B. B. station in town of 

itllHIIIf aND, CHESmBE-'Vop. 476. 8. W. fr. C. 64 m. S. 

f Jt Eeene, 13 m. B. R. 8. — Fit^wllMam, 7 ni., on Cheshire R. R. 
Wliich*'«*t#f. m, on A^Uu* 3ot R. II, Daily stage to Keene. 

0I^I*ICER3— C'^CT-it, A, Twitcht'll ; Treas., L. Martin; Selectmen, P. 
A, Pn-aMiit, L 0. Martin, L. IL f'afts; Board of Education, M. Cass, 
Mrs. U. J* Fra*rnMi, Nnllw ii. I'refirolt; Board qt' Heaitfi, Asa Rich- 
tilo«iJ; Xurih, Mcj^ub Cii&ia, Leai^oti Martin. 

Pus i masters— A. J. Smiii|>boi^ : A'nriA, P. M. Hanson. 

Justices — 3. n. Boweiij ^ow&K Chsm, A. Twitchell, F. A. Prescott. 

Churches— Metli., -. 

Eip Ag't-0. E. PhiJIipa. 

Societies— Riili'Jfon^I Gmmec*: Tilrhmond Commandery, U.O.G.C. 

Manufacturers, Mflth&mcsand Artisans—Blacksmith, Oliver Mil- 

Jqer; dlinciisi^v »t^i^^ Q. ¥^ fioxfvn, F. Amidon, Andrew Amidon ; 

rtBli ftlB?«Sf bucketd and tube^ [^ott^on BAartin; painter, C. F. Picker- 

|;[hf; vtana uitlter, it Twltch^'ll; Uarber, £. Amidon; carpenter, L. 

Mercha.ill — A* J» Sampaon. 

UM^nOE^ CHJSSniR^-Vitp. 996. 8. W. fr. C. 50 m. ; S. B. fr 
Xewiie, IH m. R ^. 8,—W*^i llindgo, 2 miles on Monadnock R. R. 
rita^gf^ coTinerti with orerj train. 

\ QW¥lCF.m^ a*rk nnd Trmtf. W. W. Emory; 8electmen,W.V. 
I Snwtellt. G, Q. Ricu, J. D. IVinrnoy; Board of Education^ Emma 
I WcttiifiKt^i^i Emma E. Lelghtoii^ CaWin Allen; Board of Health, F. 
I H Barrett; WfM^ H. Z, Ol^hvcst ^fTJri, O. G. Rice. 

Postmasters— N Ml Tbranhi^r ; West, H. E. Wetherbee ; East, Z.Con- 
viirw. 

Justices— E. a, SteimB, W. W. Emory, W. O. Jones, Z. Converse, 
^ ir*d ThTUAher^ JqpI WeMTii^ofi, [I, E. Wetherbee, W. F. Sawtell, H. 
;•», Ftetchef.J. Perry, C. Ea^d, H. Wellington, 0. Sawtell, C. E 

ChurcfjiftS— Cong., J. P. RitJuiriipon; Meth., H.B. Copp. 
! Est p. Ag't- U. B. Wother"'«y. 
i Holsl— r«iier. J. CI. Wlip^Ien 

Sodeiitts vre< M. L. Wjirt^ Orange; lSor< Marshall P. Wilder 
OranK<': MonntlnoCk Comniiindery^ U. O. G. C, 

MajiuraclurefS— BliM.k*in(tlip, C, F. Steams, Geo. Bartlett; EaaU 
Bptntnu^ h\.nii*m and Inniber^ Eiitt, Union Box and Lumber Co.; 
lr4Joina,M, W. Hale 4 &>nfi, W. B. Hale; J&o«<, C. W. Huse ; fancy 
wmiden war», V[W,0. P. Eiitlur- lumber and shingles, Cbnoer«evt7Ze, E. 
I, Weilington ; EiiHt Chi^^hir» Improvement Co.; saw-horses, 
Th*>&iiw A matt J pjiilnirlHtt, lrf^Jlt €4ilFin Allen; wooden ware, W. F. A 
O.F. Sawtell, 84W.[KimbttlL 

HerehflnlS— W. W. Emory; EwfL, Joel Wellington; West, H. £. 
Wetherbee ^ F. ?. Welhtirbmi. 

Summer Boarding Housas^il. E, Wood, Mrs. L. L. Lawrence, W. 
E. SteAftm, J* S. I'erry^ S. F. Ptir^onif, Mrs. M. A. Stearns. 

Rlverdale— Hilli^buioairb Co. R. R. station in town of Weare. 
SifiA Weare. 

IliT^«rfeli1e — Eocklngham f o. In town of Greenland. R.R. 
I |(IMl«a nmoft ^irAthatD. Sas Greenland. 



Onild'i Green Mountain KIDNEY CUBE. 

See other margins. 

198 BUSINESS DIRECTOBY. 

~RlT«rtOtt— Coos Co. B.B. station In town of JefferBon. See 
Jefferaon. 

Robinson's— Merrimack Co. B. B. station In town of Bow. 

Roby's Comer— Merrimack Co. B. B. station in town of 
Warnor. See Warner. 

BOOHESTEB, STRAFFORD— Vop. 7,3»«. B. fr. C. 40 m.; N, 
fr Dorer.lOra. R. R. fif.— Bochester, on P. G.J?. & Con., P. A B. Nash. 
ft Roch. and Dover A Winnip. R. B.; Ecut^ P. 4 B.; Chnie, Nash. 
k Roch. Dot. k Winnip. ^ 

0FFICBB8— -Afayor, W. G. Bradlej; aerie, C. W. Brown ; Treat., 
.7. L. Copp; CUtf 8olicitor\Q. E. Cochrane; Marshal, O. M. Warren; 
Street Oommittioner, C. W. Sleeper; Chief Engineer, J. W. Thomp- 
Hon; AsMMor, S. F. Shorey; Supt. Water }^orki aud Sewerj, L. P. 
PhkorInK; Over»eer of the poor, J. H. Neal: Board of JSeaMh, 
ChaH. Blazo, M. D., J. H. Neal, M D ; C. W. Hoyt, health oflftcer; 
Board of Education, F. A. Keay, Dudley B. Waldron, C. E. Jon- 
klna, B. V. Sweet, W. T. Walbridge, F. B. Hnssey, F. M. Crocker, B. 

F. Smith, S. D. Felker, H. L. Cate, B. M. SinclHir, H. M. Plumer; 
Physician, Charles Blazo; Tax Collector, J.B.Stevens; Oouncilmen, 
Wardl, Marvin E. Blaisdell, Sidney B. Hayes, John D. Fog«; 2, 

G. W. Rollins, James Geddis, Wm. Ames; 3, 8. C. Meader, Frank 
Babb, Charles H.Seavey; 4, Jay D. Hnssey, Daniel Hnssey, I. M. 
Marcotte; 6, C. W. Bickford, W. B. Turner, Charles F. Trask ; 6, 
S. B. Scrnton, F. B. Wallace, C. H. Seavey. 

Postmasters— C. W. Bickford ; East, F. A. Quimby; North, S. Went- 
worth ; Conic, Chas.M. Home. ^ ^ „ 

Juslices— A. S. Parshley, Henry Kimball, S. D. Wentworth, O. 8. 
Whitehouse, D. B. Waldron, J. H. Worcester, Sidney B.Hays, C. B. 
Gafney, G. D. Nowell, Silas Hussey, B. H. Clark, S. D. 
Felker, G. E. Cochrane, H. W. Felker, Philander Vamey, Allen Twom- 
bly, A. U. Nason, C. F. Home, B. F. Grover, H. F. Walker, Nahnm 
Yeaton.II. L. Worcester, C. M.Horne, J. J. Abbott, J. L. Copp, F. P. 
Berry, P. B. Wallace, F. P. Wentworth, J. D. Parshley, 0. B. Warren, 
J. H. Whittier, H. M. Kelley, T. 0. Hennem, Chas. W. Brown, F. 
Whitney, J. Wiggin, G. Young, S. Boot, J. Springfield, W. Gunnison, 
G. Lee, 8. Shory, E. Smart, L. Snow, W. Wright, C. Harriman, J. 
Potter, S. Meader, E. Shory, C. Dame, A. Hall, M. Sullivan, G. W, 
Lee, L. V. McGlll, J. S. Loud, L. McD. Hnssey. A. H. Hayes, C. L. 
Morrison, J. H. Neal, S. F. Felker, C. A. Parshley, E. C. Bogers, M. 
E. Neal, L. E. Smith E. L. Demlck. 

Banks — Norway Plains Savings; Bochester Savings; Rochester 
National ; Bochester Loan <fc Banking Co. 

Churches— Adv., r ; Cong., J. Lewis Evans; F. Bap., 

John Monter; East,'W. H.Ward ; Oonic, ; Meth., Wm. Bamsr 

den; Bait, W. H. Carver; Friends, ; Univ., W. H. Wal- 

ridge. 

Eating Houses — S. H. Buraham, C. Henry Hayes. 

Exp. Ag'tS — F. F. Shorey, G. W. Forbush. 

Hotels— Dodge, J. T. Dodge ; City Hotel, C. B. Bichardson ; Cascade 
House, Albert Hayes ; Hotel Wrisley, C. B. Coleman; Brunswick, 
Geo. Johnson. 
. Ins. Ag'tS— A. 8. Parshley, G. 8. M. Aid Asso., F. Wentworth. 

Tel. Ag't — Ohas. Chapman. 

Public Telephone— J. M. Humphrey. 

Lawyers— Worcester, Gaftiey & Snow, Henry Kimball, Felkerft 
Gunnison, G. B. Cochrane, B. J. Smart. 



PORTER SCREENS are Standard in Qaalitj. For 
tale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

BUSINESS DIRECTOBT. 199 

Livery Stables— E. S. Smart, I. 8. Howe, C. W. Gliddeu, W. B. CJook. 
J. P. Qninlan; East^ J. W. Tebbette, Thomas Peavey, 

Societies— Eochester Grange; Sampson Post, G. A. R., Woman's 
Relief Corps; C. W. Canney Camp, S. of Vj Motolinia Lodge, Ken- 
nidy Lodge, Cocheco Lodge, I. O. O. ¥.; Evangeline Bebekah 
Lodge, Naomi Rebekah Lodge; Rochester Commandery, U. O.G.C.; 
Rising Sun Lodge, Rindge Lodge, K. of P.; Rochester Lodge, A. 
O. U. W.; Humane Lodge, Temple Chapter, Palestine Comman- 
dery, A. F. ft A. M.; James Farrington Cliapter, O. E. S.; Gough 
Lodge, Sqnamanagonic Lodge^ Eastern Star Lodge, I. O. G. T.; 
Runnawit Tribe, I. O. R. M.; Winona Council, D. of P.; Ancient 
Order Hibernians, and Ladies Auxiliary; Mt. Ararat. Senate, E. A. 
O. E. 

Manufacturers — Axe handles, Warren Wadleigh; bakers, John 
Scarff, Samuel Burnham ; boots and shoes, £. G. & £. Wallace, Per- 
kins & Linscott ; brick, G. Stasborn, Thos. Lacroix, Ritcher, 

N. Yeaton k Co., Elliott Bros., Joseph Warren ; carriages, N. Corison ; 
cigars, E. S. Smart ; confectionery, C. A. Davis A Co. ; flannels, East^ 
Cocheco Woolen Mill Co. ; flour and meal, 0. H. Burrill, J. Cushing & 
Son ; leather, E. G. ft E. Wallace ; lumber. East, Stephen Shorey ; 
Oonic, paper boxes, C. F. Trask ft Co.; sash, blinds and mouldings, 
Berry ft Preston ; shoe boxes, C. F. Trask ; stationary engines, Roch* 
ester Fd'ry and Machine Co., Holt ft Morrison. 

Merchants— Auctioneers, H. F.Walker ; books and stationery, Wor. 
cester ft Greenfield ;boot8 &and shoes, W.G.Bradley Shoe Co.,Lothrops 
Farnnm ft Co., Feineman Bros. ;carpet8 and cartains.L.B.Simpson, 
Salinger Bros. ; clocks, ftc, S. H. Tilton, F. J. Richards, J. M. Humph- 
rey ; clothing, S. Wolfe ft Co., Lothrops ft Farnham, Feineman Bros. ; 
coal, D. Haye8,Morrill & Steinfield, C.W. Bradley ; crockery and glass 
ware, — Tucker,N.Burnham ft Co.,W.B.Neal;dnigs and medicines.R. D. 
Burnham, B. F. Cobb, L A. Piercy ; East, G. W. Shaw, J. O'Dounell ; 
dry goods, Salinger Bros, 0. A. Hoyte ft Co., G. Fox Gaffey, 1. Salinger 
ft Co. ; fancy goods^ Worcester ft Greenfield ; fruit, C. Cujasszo, J. Orino 
ft Co.; furniture, Hanscom ft McDuffee, H. Evans; gents' furnish- 
ing goods, Feineman Bros., Henderson ft Founes; groceries, P. H. 
Hartigan, Bell ft Co., Fairbanks Bros., J. D. Philbrick, J. G.Morrill, 
O. W. Cobb ; hardware, L. Q. Cooper, F. E. Wallace ft Co., Ira 
Moore; hats and caps, S. Wolfe ft Co., Henderson ft Fuunes, Feine- 
man Bros.; |ce, Morrill & Steinfield, D. Hayes, C. W. Bradley ; 
laundry, W. K. Kimball, Rochester Steam Laundry, I. D. Piercy, 
prop. ; meats and provisions, John Grant, People's Market. D. N. 
Richards; millinery, Miss Alberta Trask, Mrs. E. L. Barker; millin- 
ery and foncy goods, Mrs. F. B. Small ; newsdealers, Worcester 
ft Greenfield ; stoves and tinware. Cooper ft Junkius, C. M. Bailey. 

Physicians — James Farrington, R. Y. Sweet, A. S. Annis, D. L. 
Stokes, F. E. Whitney, S. E. Root, J. A. Neal, R. F. Burleigh ; 
dentists, F. H. Lnnt, J. I. Nichols. Copeland. 

R€M;kia8rl^a'>» JTiinction— Rockingham Co. R. R. station 
in town of Newfields. Postoffice called Rockingham. See New- 
fields. 

ROIil^INSFORD, STRAFFORD-Pop. 2,003. S. E. fr. C. 4 
m ; N. fr. Dover, 4 m. JR. B. 8. — Rollinsford June, 1 m.; Salmon Falls, 
on B. ft M. and Eastern R. R., Conway Div. 

OFFICERS— CterJfe, J. Q. A. Wentworth; 2V«a«., W. H. Morton; 
Sdeetmm, R. S. Wentworth, W. A. Abbott J. H. Garvin ; Board of 
Education, Mrs. Amie Bayer, Ella Plumer, Mrs..G. H. Clark; Board 



BRODBECK CAl^AS GANOBS. Send for price 
liit. F. BRODBBCK, W. Rox. Dist., Boston. 

200 BU8INBS0 DIRECTOBT. 

nfHeaUh<Q, W. Nutter, M. D., D. H. Flnnegan, T. Geo. Seymour, 
p o of all Salmon Falls. 

Postmtster— >Sa/iHon FaJlM^ Silas M. Stevens. 

Justices— 0. S. Brown, W. U. Morton, J. Q. A. Wentworth, B. 8. 
Newell, T. F. Hodtdon, 0. H. Yeaton, B. A. Stevens, J. D. Roberts, 
W. Roberts, n. Hayes, M. Bingham, O. Nutter, A. A. Murch, B. 
Towiisend, R. S. Wentworth, 0. B. Stevens. 

tfanks— Salmon Vails, 0. 8. Brown, Pres.; J. Q. A. Wentworth^Casb 
Rollinsford Savings, W. H. Morton, Pres.; J. Q. A. Wentworth, Treas. 

Churches— Gong., Wm. Bandbrook; Bpis., A. A. March; E. Oath., 
E. J. Walsh. 

Exp. Agt's— Goodwin k Co. 

Hotel— Daniel B. Holland. 

Literary Institution— Hltii School, E. A. Pngsley, prin. 

Livery Stables— Richard Atkins, Arthur Caron. 

Socieues— Hiram B.Roberts Grange; Salmon Falls Lodge, I. O. 
O. F.; Granite Lodge, A. F.& A.M.; Fangus Tribe, I. O. R. M.; 
Ancient Order Hibernians. 

Manufacturers— Sheetings, drillings and fancy cottons, Salmon 
Falls Manufg Co., 0. 8. Brown, ag*t ; Somersworth Machine Co., £. A. 
Stevens, agent. 

Merchants— Boots and shoes, D. H. Flnnegan; dry goods, A. F.Ou- 
lette; drugs and medicines, George W. Nutter; fruit and confectionery,. 
Virginia Gilmet; groceries, M. R. Ayers, D. H. Caron, Charles Lord; 
hardware and tin, F. A Webster; meat, Joseph Nolet; millinery, 
Mrs. W. F. Joyce. 

Physicians— F. E. Brigham, J. A. Soulard, George W. Nulter. 

Notaries— J. Q. A. Wentworth, W. H. Morton, E. A Stevens. 

Station & Tel. Agents— A. B. B. Floyd. 

Ronre'e— Merrimack Co. Steamer from Lake Snnapee in sum- 
mer. 

ROXBURT, CHESHIRE—^op. 129. S. W. fr. C. 46 m ; B. fr. 
Keene, 6 m. R.R. £[.— and p. o. ad. Keene, on Cheshire R. R. 

OFFICKRS— C^Jfc, C. W. Buckminster; Trso*., D. B. NIms ; Be- 
Usctmen, C. W. Buckminster, P. W. Ellis, G. W. C. Nye; Board of Edu- 
cation. C. W. Buckminster, H. H. Bridge, L. B. Parker; Bo€trd of 
Health, A. A. Davis, C. K. Ellis; Eiut, Casslus Phillips. 

Justices— C. W. Buckminster, Elbridge Kingsbury. . 

R oxmont— Carroll Co. Reached via Long Island. 

RUMBTEY, GRAFTON— l^op., ©47. N. W. fr. C. 51 m. S. ML S, 
— Rumney, West Rumney and Quincy, on C. <fc M. R. E. 

OFFICERS— a«r*,H. B.Stevens; Treas.^ O. P. Cook; Selectmen, 
W. D. Baker, H. W. Herbert, V. E. Atwood; Board qf Sdveaiion, 
C. A. Holden, J. W. Quimby, Susie C. Atwood; Boari qf Health, 
W. D. Baker; E. S. Sprague, M. D^ Depot; F. A. Atwood, West. 

Postmasters— H B. Stevens; West, F. A. Atwood; Dqpot, O. G. 
O^ig; Quincy, C. C. Craig. 

Justices— W. D. Baker, C. B. Simpson, J. L. Dearborn, G. C. Craig, 
n. B. Stevens, C. W. Herbert, H. W. Herbert, W. 8. Learned, O. 
R. Hnnt, C. C. Craig, O. B. Simpson, S. Herbert, J. E. Sweet. 

Ch urches — Bap., 0. R.Hunt; Meth., W. F, Felch; Vnlr., West, 

CrMg * * ^®*' ^O'**"®- ^' ^^^ * '*^«'. ^' ^' Adams; Quincy, C.fJ. 
Lawyer— 8. Herbert. 



GUILD'S Green Mountain Kidney Cnre, best remedy on 
earth for kidney tronbie. Send for practicai treatise on 
the kidneys, to J« H. GUILD, M. P.. Rupert. Vt. 

BUSIMBSS DIRBCTORY. 201 

Uterary Institution— Public Library, Belle M. Doe, librarian. 

Societies— Grafton County Grange; Bumn^y Grange; 0. D. Hall 
Post, G. A. B. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, S. D. Abbott, Paitras Bros, O. 
Welch, J. H. MerrilL ITerf, F. A. Abbott; brick, Spaulding Bros. ; 
buildetv, P. D. Hart, H. 0. Lufkin ; camphor reflnry.O. A. Holden & 
Sons, A. M. Spaulding; coffins and caskets, H. R.Ford; flour and 
meal, W. H. ^eniston; granite and marble, Y. Y. Whitney, Qeo. D. 
Keniston, John Qui why; granite polishetv, H. W. Keniston k Son; 
bamessmaker, George Morrill ; hoe and fork handles, Lewis Loveland, 
Jr. : hoe, fork and mop handles, B. P. Hardy ; ladders. E. H. Elliott, 

B. A. Elliot ; stone, W. H. Keniston & Son, G. D. Keniston; truss 
pads and cratches, D. Abbott <fc Sons; painter, J*. M. Kelley; car< 
penter, Albert Downing. 

Merchants— Ira M. Abbott, Abbott & Pease, H. B. Stevens ; West, 
Fred H. Elliott, Fred Wells; meal and flour, Quincy, Charles C. 
Craig ; Depot, G, C. Craig ; auctioneers, G. C. Craig, John Morrill. 

Physician— A. G. Russell, B. S. Sprague. 

Rvseell'ii— Hillsborough Co. R. B. station in town of iGreen- 
field. 

RYE, ROCKiyOHAM-'Fop, 978. 8. B. fir. C. 60 m ; 8. fr. Ports- 
mouth 6 m ; Exeter, 10 nv B. R. S.— North Hampton, 4^, And Green- 
land, 2V<, on Eastern R. R. Daily stage through the summer, from 
North Hampton and Portsmouth. 

OFFICERS— CVerJb, B. H. Rand ; Treas., J. 0. Drake; Selectmen^ A. 

C. Locke, Oren S. Green, G. D. Trefethen ; Board of Education^ H. 
0. Rand, 8. G. Smart, J. F. Fraser; Board cf Health, D. M. Fobs, G. 
P.Goss, C. F. Patterson, Wett. 

Postmasters— Wm. C. Walker; Wext, C. D. Garland; South 
Road, Rye Beach, 0. W. Spear- J?y« North Beach, Henry Knox, 

Justices— E. B. Philbrick, J. D. Marston, Q.Q. Longee, J. A. Brown, 
J. 0. Drake, C. D. Garland, H. Knox. 

Churches— Adv., — ; Chris., G. A. Beebe; Cong., A. W. 



Hotels— Ocean Wave, F. P. Knox ; Sea View, G. G. Lougee; Farra- 
gut, Philbrick k Son. 

Livery Stables— D.W.Dalton, A. E. Drake, C. 0. Philbrick, 0. S. 
Jenness. 

Society— Rye Orange. 

Public Telephone— Farragut House; CableStation. 

U S Life Saving Station— At Jerry's Point. 

Manufacturers.- Blacksmiths, A. T. Searey, Wm. J. Walker, J. M. 
Rand. A. C. Locke. 

Merchants— J. W. Rand, E. C. Jenness, Charles D. Garland. 

Physician— Warren Parsons, A. W. Patterson. 

Summer Boarding Houses— E. B. Philbrick, C. A. Jenness, a W. 
D. Jenness, T. I. Harden, A. Drake, Horace Sawyer, R. L. Locke, J. D. 
Jenness, O. S. Jenness, S. B. Spear, A. P. Brown, S. W. Poss, Mrs. 8. 
Jenness, David Jenness, N. G. Jenness. 

Rye Bcaclft- Rockingham Co. In town of Rye. Stage from 
North Hampton in summer. See Rye. 

Rjre Urortb BeacU- Bockingham Co. In town of Rye. 
Nearest R. B. station Greenland. Stage from Portsmouth in sum- 
mer. See Rye. 

AA¥.lClf ROCKINGHAM— Pop., 1.905, S,B. tr. C.,38m.;8.W 
fr.falS^ m.^fBJR-M. &L. K i., three stations accommo- 



PORTER SCREENS are Standard in Quality. For 
sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

202 BUSINESS DIBEOTOBY. 

dating different parts of the town. Semi-daily stage from Salem 
Depot to Salem Centre and North Salem. 

OFFICERS— CSerAr, D, A. Abbott; Treas^ James Ewinsj Select- 
men, F. D. Wilson, W. W. Oole, F. M. Martin ; Board of Education, 
(ninton Silver, 0. F. Kimball, Mabel M. Taylor; Board (\f Health^ 
Jas. Ayers, Depatx C. H. Ayer, L. W. Taylor, Nortk. 

Postmasters— 0. 0. Reynolds. 

Justices— M. H. Taylor, W. R. Wheeler, L. W. Taylor, James Ayer, 
O. C. Gordon, J. W. Wheeler, 0. E. Knight, B. .R. Wheeler, P. C. 
Buxton, J. Cleaveland, N. 0. Abbott. 

Churches— Cong., W . T. Hartley; Meth., Edgar Blake. 

Insurance Agents— Geo. 0. Gordon k Son. 

Livery SUble— C. H. Smith. 

Public Library— 1200 volumes; Susan A. GlufF, lib. 

Societies— G. E. Sleeper Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; 
Siilem Grange; Spickett Lodge, A. F. A A. M. 

Manufacturers —Boots and shoes, C. T. Maxwell, T. M. Buss; 
lumber, Kimball B. McLaughlin; heels, Bodwell Bros., E. L. Gordon, 
B. 8. Woodbury, H. L. Gordon. 

Mechanics and Artisans — Blacksmith and wheelwright, C. F. 
Smith; carpenter, F. B . Lowell; painter, p^er hanger and {^lazier, 
Walker Huighjundertaker, N. Gf . Abbott; dressmsfker, M. Jennie 
Kezer; nurses, Hannah Dyer, M^ry Frasier; florist, Mrs. N. G. Ab- 
bott. 

Merchants— James Ewins; confectionery and cigars G. O. Bey. 
nolds; lumber, K, M. McLaughlinLJ. C Crowell; coaL T. M. Bubs; 
milk, C. L. Silver; bicycles, B. R. Wheeler; wood, F. O. Wheeler, 
Wilson Bros. Frank Robie, L. B. McLaughlin, W. W. Cole J . C. 
Crowell, Clinton Ewins, K, M. McLaughlin; ice, K. M. McLau&li- 
lin. 

Physician— J. M. Presby. 

I>epot— Postmaster— F. C. Bnxton. 

Hotel— Woodbury House, Geo. Woodbury, prop. 

Churches— Meth., S. E. Quimby; Bap., Joseph Fletcher. 

Ex. Ag't— Fred C. Buxton. 

Sta. Ag*t— Charles Cronin. 

Telephone Agt.— F. C. Buxton. 

Livery Stable— F. C. Buxton. 

Real Estate Agt— Henry Chase. 

Societies— Washington Council, Jr. O. U. A M.; Granite Colony 
TJ. O. P. F. ' 

Manufacturers— Artificial leather, Evans Co.; shoes, F. P. Woodbury 
A Co. 

Merchants— F. 0. Buxton; confectionery and caterer, E. B. Hall; 
tobacco, confectionery, etc.^M. G.Woodbury; dry and fancy goods' 
Mrs. A. A. Pike; coal, F. P. Woodbury &Co.; ice, C. G. Kelley. ' 

Mechanics and Artisans— Barber, E. A. Edson; music teacher 
Lillian J . Hall; dressmaker, Mrs. A A. Pike; carpenters and build- 
ers, G. W. Thorn, A. E. Goodwin & Co.; masons, bricklayers and 
contractors, L. E. Bailey, E. A. Peabody. 

Physician— E. A. Wade. 

H^ortb— Postmaster— Levi W. Taylor. 
Church— Meth., Noble Fisk. 

nlf^ToTt^S: ^- '^'"" * °°- ^- ^- ^'y'": meat and proyl- 



GUILD'S GREEN MOUNTAIN KIDNEY 
CURE. See other margins. 

BUSINESS DIBECTORY. 203 

Societies— Bockingham Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.; Daughters of 
Liberty. 

Manufacturers— Dress goods and worsteds, Wm. Hanson; bris- 
tles, W. H. Slack; lumber, Taylor & C!o. 

Mechahics and Artisans— Blacksmith and wheelwright, W. H. 
Page; masons, David King, J. C. Palmer; dressmaker, Laura J. 
OcKMlbue; nurse. Mis. Martha £. Jennings; undertaker, N. H. Paul. 

Canoble Lake— Postmaster & Stat. Agt— A. O. Alexander. 

Manufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Heels, L. H. Hunt; 
grist mill, H. P. Dinsmorej lumber, W. Meserve; blacksmith, J. T. 
Littlefield; mason and bricldayer, M. C. Page; carpenter, J. Bjron. 
r Merchants— Dry goods, fancy goods, groceries and grain, A. O. 
Alexander; flour and grain, H. P. Dinsmore; ice, 0. Q. Kelly. 

Telephone, Telegraph and Stat. Agt -A. O. Alexander. 

2IEeM«r'a €>OMtn§r— Stat. Agt— Bert M. Hoyt. 

Blacksmith— W. H. Page. 

SAIilSBURT, MERRIMACK— Vop. 656. N. W.A:. 0. 16m 

B. B. &— North Boscawen, on Nortlieru R. R. Daily stage. 
OFFIO£RS— a«rJ(;, C. A. Green; Treat., T. D. Little; Selectmen, £. 

N. Sawyer, T. R. Little, H. A. Prince; Board of Education, H, £. 
Dearborn, L. M. Sitwyer, J. 8. Shaw ; Road Commiaaioners, E. G. 
Currier, C. ¥. Taylor, B. W. Sanborn; Board of Health, G. B. Fel- 
lows ; D. J. ManH, SeighU; John Shaw, }reit. 

Postmasters— Chas. A. Chnpman; Heights, Mrs. S. E. Green; 
Wek^ F. H. Dunhip. 

Justices— T. D. Little, Benjamin Jettingill, Geo. B. Fellows, £. C. 
Currier, 0. C. Rogers, H. B. Dearborn, F. P. Drew. 

Ex. Agent— Amos Chapman. 

Hotel— Hotel Chapman, A. Chapman, proprietor. 

Charehen— Baptist, G. W. Hawkins ; Cong'l, W.J. Robinson. 

Public Ubrary— Mrs. S. F. Drew, lib. 

Society— Bartiett Grange. 

Manunicturers— Kit stock, T. R.«Little ; shingles, T. R. Little, G. 
E. Fellows ; lumber, 0. G. Holmes, T. 0. Stevens ; evaporated fmit, 
G. F. Elliott, G.E. Huntoon; pumps, P. A. Fellows; carriage work 
and painting, S. A. Minard, G. F. Calef ; blacksmiths, S. B. Sweatt, 0. 
L. Rhodes, S. P. Fellows, U. S . A. Menard. 

Merchants— G. B. Huntoon; Heighta, F. P. Drew; West^F.U. 
Dnnlap, grain. West, John Shaw; Heights, Carlos Ordway, F. P. Drew. 

Physicians— G. P. Titcomb, J. J.Dearbotn. 

Salmon Falls— Strafford Co . R.R. station in town of Rol- 
linsford. See Rollinsford. 

MAHrBORKTOHr, BELKNAP— Vov. 105Y. N.'fr. C. 22 ni. W. fr 
Laconia, 7 m. JR. R. E— Tilton, 4 ro. on G. & M. R. R. Daily stage. 

OFFICERS — Cleric, G. 0. Ward; Trea«., Joshua Lane; Selectmen, 

C. P. Brown, p. o. ad. Sanbomton ; E. C. Goodell, p. o. ad. North 
Sanbomton* F. J. Thomas, p. o. ad. Gaza: Board of Education, N. 
P. Philbrook,p. o. ad. Sanbomton; J. W. Sanders, p. o. ad. Laconia; 
O.S. Sanborn, p. o. ad. East Tilton; Hoard of Health, G. C. Ward, 
M. D.; Joshua Eaton, p o Hill ; Chas. Odell, p o Laconia. 

Postmaster— G. C. Ward. 

Justices— J. M. Taylor, C. P. Brown, James Chesley, J. J. Burley. 

Churches— Cong., N. P. Philbrook; 2d Bap., E. O. Goodwin, Laco- 

Insurance Co.— Sanbomton Mutual Fire Ins. Co. 



Save Freight by ordering Porter Screens Bhipped di- 
rect from the Factory. For sale by all Jobbers. 
Porter Screen Manufacturing Company. 

204 BUSINESS DIRBOTOBT. 

Societies— Kureka DivisioD, 8. of T.; Harmony GraDge; Sanborn- 
toD Veterans' Aagociation. 

Mechanlcs'and Artisant -Blacksmiths, H. B. Jacobs; L. H. Cata, 
p o^l^conia; L. V.Thoii.p«on.p o Franklin Falls; barber^. A 3rown; 
painter and pnper hangef, M. F. Libby, p o Franklin; wheelwright, 
J. Simmons, p o Franklin Falls; printer, R. B. Lane, p o Hill* car- 
penters, W. A. Wilson, Ohas. k John Morrison; nurse, Mrs. Gard- 
iner, p o Franklin FalU; undertaker, H. K. Thompson, p o Frank- 
lin Fails. 

Manufacturers — Coffins and caskets, H. K. Thompson, p. o. ad. 
Franklin Falls: lumber and cider, 8. O. Wiggin, p. o4ul. Franklin 
VallH. 

Merchants— £. C. Weeks A Co : custom clothing, H. D. &mlth. 

Summer Boarding Houses— Miss K. C. Bastman, N. 8. Dayis, p. o. 
ad. LaconiH ; C. 0. Johnson, p. o. ad. Laconia ; A. M. Osgood, p. o. ad. 
Franklin Falls; 0. M. Smith, p. o. ad. Laconia; W. A. Wilson, M. W. 
Bennett, p. o ad. B. Tilton. 

Physician— O. C. Ward. 

Ga^a— Postmaster- 8. L. W. Barley. 

Church -Ist Bap., W. J. Vile. 

Manufacturer— Shingles Daniel Prescott. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, P. C. Quhnby A Son; bar- 
ber, Geo. QiUmby; jeweler, R. 8. A R. D. Johnson. 

Merchant— J. J. Burley. 

If or til— Daily mail from New Hampton and Tilton. 

Postmaster— R. L. Jones. 

Church— Bap., W. J. Vile. 

Telphone Agt— H. P. Howe. 

Manufacturers and Artisans— Lumber, Weeks & Wadleigh, Jones 
and Perkins; cider, M. R. Weeks; barber, H. N, Nichols; photo- 
grapher and job printer, R. L. Jones. 

Merchant— Gij^rs and tobacco, R. L. Jones. 

Sanbornvllle— Carroll cfo. R. R. station in town of Wake- 
field. See Wakefield. 

Sanders— Belknap Go. In town of Gilford. R. R. station 
called Lily Pond. See Qiiford. 

HA^I^O'WN, ROCKINGHAM— Top. 476. 8. E. fr. 0. SOm. 
S. W. f r. Exeter, 14 m. R. JR. *&— Sandown Centre, on N. A R. R. R. 

OFFICERS— Cferfe, A. S. Clark; IVeo*., J. W. Lovertng; SeUctmen, 
J. F.Sargent, H. T.G rover, Wm. Moore; Board of Education. B. C 
Mills, £. B. Hoyt, Mrs. Lucy Bingham ; Boa d of Healthy O. 8. San- 
born, S. A. Rowell, F. N. Pillsbury. 

Postmaster— O. 8. Sanborn. Church— Meth., J. H. Knott. 

Justices— F. B. Sanborn, J. 8. Kelley, A. J. Currier, B. Sanborn, A. 
8. Clark, J. G. Goodwin, G. 8. Sanborn, G. W. Hunt, G. M. GrilBn, F. I. 
Browne. 

Societies— King Phillip Lodge, E. of P.; Junior 0. U. A. M.; San- 
down Grange. 

Manufacturer— Lumber, stares, water pails, tubs and kits, J. W. 
Lover! ufT. 

Mechanics— Carpenters, W. Worthen, E. W. True. 

Merchants— A. s; Sanborn, C. H.'Brown. 

Ins. Agent-^. O. Goodwin, A. S. Clark. 

L»very— C. H. Toung. 



Sorter SCftfiEiNS are standard in (JuaUty. for 
Bale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. CJo. 

BUSmsSS DIRBCTORT. 205 

SUmmef Bearding Houses— S. 0. Mills, J. 8. Colby W. S. Tilton. 
Station & Express Agent— 0. 8. Sanborn. 

SANDWICH, CUiZiZOii— Pop. 1,303. N. fr. 0. 60ra.;N. W 
fir. OMipee, 22 m. R. R. S.— Meredith Village, 12 m., on B. k M. R. R. 
West Osaipee, 12 m., on B. ft M. R. R. Dai]y stage to and ttom Centre 
Harbor, Meredith Village and West Ossipee. 

OFFICERS— a«r*, E. H. Tasker; Trtas., D. D. Atwood; SeUctmen, 
C. W. Donovan, H. F. Dorr, C. B. Hoyt; Board of Education. G. 

A. Blanchard, C. Tnmer, J. S. Qaimby, Board of Health, Paul 
Wentworth;|B, Q. Marston.M. D. CtrUre; F. E. Bryan, M. D.^N<yrth, 

Postmasters— Arven Blanchard ; yorth, S. F. E. Bryan; Qtritrt, 
J. Y. Webster; Whiteface^ W. 8. Tappan. 

Justices— W. A. Heard, Arven Blanchard Paul Wentworth, E. 
H. Heard, A. B. TaAker, H. F. Dorr, Charles Blanchard, 8. B. Wiggin, 
J. B. Hilton, L. 6. Clark, C. W. Donovan, B. H. Tasker, Geo. 8. Hoyt, 
R. Batchelder, A. McCrillis, D. Garter, 0. Hoyt, J. G. Bryar. 

Hotary Public— E. M. Heard. 
f Public Telephones— T. A. Bryar; Centre, H. F. Dorr; Nm-th, C. J. 
Anie8,Jr.; Whiteface, W. S. Tappan. 

Exp. Ag't— C. B. Angier. 

Churches — Cong., ; F. Bap., North, < ; Oenire, 

B. P. Parker; Friends, ; Meth., W. M. Cleveland. 

Hotels— Pleasant House, ; Sandwich House, fl. F. Dorr.; 

Norths Mountain View House, C. J. Ames, Jr. 

Lawyers— Paul Wentworth, A. B. Tasker. 

Uvery Stables— G. 0. Hanson, H. F. Dorr; North, C. J. Ames. 

Societies— Mt. Israel Grange, Centre; Red Mountain Lodge, A. F. 
k A. M., Ce^ttre; M. S. Webster Post, G. A. R.; B. P. Fellows Camp, 
B. of v.; Mountain View Lodge, 1. 0. G. T. 

Manufiicturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Baskets, J. W. Bennett. 
J. G. Atwood, F. F. BatcheIder,E. H. Fogg,H. S. Corliss, flowers and 
firQit),J. A. Marston ft Son; blacksmiths. Centre, C. H. Atwood, 
H. A. Atwood; iVortA, J. G. Atwood; stockings, F. K. Pierce; 
bnilders, J. Y. Webster, Jos. Quimby; butter. Sandwich Creamery; 
cash transmitter, D. M. Skinner; chairs, Daniel Tappan ; handles, J. 
Page ; lumber, N. M. Bean, G. H. Prescott; Centre, J. A. Smith; 
Nmrth^ Stevenson ft Perkins; undertaker, J. Y. Webster; mason, J. 
Sullivan; jeweler. Centre, L. B. Hull; harnessmaker. Centre, Robert 
Russell; wheelwright. Centre. Benj . Smith; painters and paper hang- 
ers, Centre, Henry Barker; North^ Shermrn Quimby. 

Merchants— Charlos Blanchard^ A. Blanchard, Charles Ames, Jr.;. 
auctioneer, L. G. Clark ; dry goods. E. M. Heard; groceries,F. M. Smith 
ft Co., A. Carter; North, W. S. Tappan; jewelry, Center,D7t). Atwood; 
millinery, Mrs. E. M. Heard ; tinware, D M. Skinner, C. 0. Smith; 
drues. Centre, B. H. Tasker. 

Physicians— E.Q. Marston ; North, F. £. Bryar; dentist, S. B. 
Wiggin. 

Saadj Pond— Hillsborough Co. R. R . Station in city of 
Nashua. 

SaW|rei^a— Strafford Co. R. R. station in city of Dover. 

Sawyer'* River- Carroll Co. R. R. station in Hart^s Loca> 
tion. 

Scott'a— Coos Co. R. R. station in town of Dalton. PostofBce 
called Scott. See Dalton. 



Oultd*! Creen Mountain Kidney CQre,the beit ttmtdj ever tn* t 
for kidney trouble. Handled uy druggists all over the world, or 
win be sent by the proprietor. 

J. H. GUII.D, M. D ., Rupert, Vt. 

206 BUSINESS DIRBCTORY. 

SEABBOOK, KOCKINOHAM-iop. 1,672. 8. E. fr. C, BOm 
S.fr. PortsmoQth, 14 m.; S. E. ft*. Exeter ,8 m. B. B. iS.— Seabn>ole,2 m 
on Kaitern R. R. 

OrFICBRS— Cferl, W. T. Buswell ; 2Veai., J. C. Noyee; BeUOmen^ 
K. N. EatoD, C. Eaton, W. H. Walton; Board of Education, J. 
Gbane, John Weare, L. L. Brown; Boa/rd of Healthy E. N. Eaton, 
CaWIn Eaton; &tuth, W. H. Walton. 

Postmtsters— Jeremiah Chase ; SonUh, Daniel Follansbee; Smith 
Town, J. 8. Smith. 

Justices— Jeremiah Chase, W. A. Rand, J. M. Weare, Robert Collins, 
John W. Locke, E. N. Eaton, S. H. Ooodall, H. C. Seamons. 

Churches— Adv., —- ; C. Bap., H. C. Seamans ; Cong.p 

Joseph Kimball ; SouM, Gong., Wm. A. Rand;Meth., Wm. Locke. 

Exp. Agents— J. Chase, E L. Dowe. 

Hotel— Parker House, Mrs. Lydia Parker. 

Literary Institution- Dearborn Academy, Helen W. Batchelder. 

Societies— John A. Logan Post G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Ck>rp8; 
Got. Woara Council, U. O. A. M.; Seaside Div., South, Whlttier Dlv.. 
S.ofT. 

Manufkcturers— Boats, C.F. Brown, Samuel Perkins, E. D. Oore; 
lumber, Q. A. Weare, W. H. Noyes, Thomas Chase; heels, Pterca k 
Chase. 

Merchants— Willie Evans, .T. W. Locke, A. A. Locke, J. Chaae, J. 6. 
Smith, Chas. Fogg, G. N. Chase, D. FoUansbee, Isaac Charles, T. E. 
Chase; auctioneers, J. M. Weare, J. Chase; dry and millinery 
goods, Mrs. M. E. Fogg, Annie M. Perkins; grain, J. Chase, John W. 
Locke, Wm. Evans* drugs, H. C. Jackson. 

Physicians— D. W. Oolcord, G. R. Fellows. 

Telegraph Agt— Ernest L . Dowe. 

Stat. Agt— Eugene Walton. 

Public Telephones— A. A. Locke; SmithUmn, J. S. Smith. 

Sewall*a Falls— Merrimack Co. R. R, station in city of Con- 
cord. Locationef dam and buildings of Concord Land and Wat^ 
Power Co. 

SHABOHr, ffILL8B0B0UGH— Pop. 137. 8. W. fr. C. 48 m. 
B. B. &— Greenville, 7 m., on Peterboro and Shirley R. R, Peterboro, 
6 m., Peterboro & Hillsboro R. R., and Boston & Maine. Fitchburg 
R. R. at Peterboro, 5 m* also flag station at Drury's, 3^^ m. 

OFFICERS— C7er& and Treat., B. H. Sanders, p. o. ad. Peterboro; Se- 
lectmen, S. S. Green, p o Peterboro; John Fitzgerald, p o East Jaffrey; 
Cliarles Bass, p o Peterboro; Board of Education, B H. Sanders; 
Board of Health, B. H. Sanders, W. W. Richardson, James Green, 
p o for all Peterboro. 

Justice— B. H. Sanders. 

Manufacturers — Blacksmith,. James Green, p. o. ad. Peterboro ; 
lumber and cloth boxes, D. P. Emery, p. o. ad. East JafFk*ey; 
mason, S. 0. Ryan, p. o. ad. Peterboro j worker in sheet metals and 
tin, Wm. Thomas, p. o. ad. Peterboro. 

SHEliBURNi:, COOS— Pop. 336. N. B. fr. C. 160 m.: E. fr 
Lancaster, 30 m. B. B. 5.— Shelburne on G. T. R. R 

OFFICERS— C7«jr*, James Simpson ; Treat., L. B. Evans: SeUctmen 

Postmaster^-0. C. Hebbard. 

Justices— James Simpson, H. G. Green, C.JE. Philbrook. 



Porter's Window and Door Screens are the Best. For 
sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Go. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 207 

Exp.& SU. Ag'l— W. W. Gardiner. 

Hotel— Winthrop House, G. G. Hebbard. 

Society — Winthrop Grange . 

■anafl&etarer— Bobbins, A. S. Hebbard. 

Meehanic— Builder, W. Newell. 

Merchant— Oroceries, A. S. Hebbard. 

Summer Boarding Houses— S. J. Morse, S. A. Gates. G. E. Phil, 
brook, A. B. Philbrook, C. G. Hebbard. 

Slllrley Mill— HiUsborongh Co. R. R. station in town of 
Qoffistown. 

Sbort Falls— Merrimack Co. R. R. station in town of Epsom. 
See Epsom. 

SIlT-er l.ake— Carroll Co. lu town of Madison which is R. R. 
name. See Madison. 

SmitUtowM- Rockingham Co. In town of Seabrook, which is 
nearest R. R. station. , See Seabrook. 

Smitltville— Hillsboro Co. In town of New Ipswich. Nearest 
R R. station Greenyille. See New Ipswich. 

Snoirvlllo— Carroll Co. In town of Eaton. Stage from Con- 
way. Sw Baton. 

SOBKERSWORTK, STRAFFORD— ^op. 6,207. E. fr. G. 46 m • 
N. fr. Dover. 6 m. R. R. &— Great Falls, on B. A M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— Elected March, 1897. Mayor, B. F. Hanson: CUrk^ 
John Rowan; Treat., W. D. Enapp; CJtairman of Board of Instruc- 
tion, J. A. Edgerly; Sec*y, W.E. Pierce; Street Com., B. A. Wiggin- 
OStyMarshaI,Qeo. Heaton; Assistant MarsTial, WillfredPaquette; 
Collector, J. P. Stevens; Solicitor, H. V. ^oore: Chief Engineer. Pat- 
rick Quinlanj Sanitary Officer. J. C. Bunker; (My Physician. 'J*. J. 
Dougherty, M. D.; Overseer^ W. B. Martin; Assessors, Daniel Win- 
gate, Joseph Libby, E. B. White; Board o/HeaUh, T. J. Dougher- 
?. M. D., W. B. Martin, J. C. Bunker; Messenger. C. . Rankins* 
olice Justice, W. D. Knapp; Clerk of Police- Court^ E.B.White; 
Truant Officer, J. F. Peavey; Water Commissioners, J. A. Locke, 
Michael O'Malley, A. J. Seavey; 8upt. Water Works, P. D. O'Con- 

nell; Aldermen, ward 1. ;2, C. H. Harmon ; 3>,Q. E. 

Hanson; 4, John Mnrray ; 5, F, P. Harmon; CouncUmen, ward 1, 
H. A Cobb, Barton Etter, C. H. Weymouth; 2, A. L. Faunce, G. E. 
Pugsley, G. F. Sjrmes; 8, P. A. Rainvillc, E. J. Perusse, N. D' Etoile; 
4, M. T. B. Went worth, P. Perreanlt. James A. Flanagan; 6, C. C. 
Banker, Oliver Morin, Archille Houle. 

Pwiim&sieT—Somersworth, Samuel Welch. 

Justices— W. D. Knapp, J. A. Edgerly, C. H. Wells, W. F.Russell, 

A. D. Tolles, J. H. Joyce, W. F. Harmon, F. E. Libbey, W. J. Foun- 
tain, J. N. Haines, G. F. Hill, L. D. CasJer, W. S. Pierce. 8. A. Seavey, 
C. Freeman, C. P. Andrews, J. S. Mc Daniel, E. J. Perusse, P. t>. 
0*Connell. M. A. Kearns. H. Y. Moore, John Rowan, B. F. Hanson 

B. B. White, W. E. Pierce, ' 
Churches— Gal. Bap., G. B. Merritt; F. Bap., W. W. Harris: Gong., 

Henry Hyde ; Meth., G. H. Spencer; R. Oath., John Duddy, G. Deraers, 
F. E. Deshain. « 

Eating Houses-^os. Bernier, T. F. Marston; depot restaurant, J. 
£. Langlois. 

El p. Ag'tS— American Express Co^ Day A Co. 

Hotels — Somersworth House, John Dixon ; Great Falls, 8. F. 
Greenwood; City Hotel, C. K. Drew; Granite Hotel. 



OUILD*8 Green Hoantaln Kidney Core, beet remedy on 
earth for kidney trouble. Send for practioal treatise on 
the kidneye, to J. H, QXTHiD, M. P., Ropert, Vt. 

208 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Int. Ag'ts— W. D. Knapp, Crawford, Toilet & Leighton, BlaBhaw k 
O'Oonnefl, J. H. Joyce. 

Lawyers— W. D. Knapp, Jamat A. Bdgeriy, W. S. Pierce, W. F. 
RiisMtll, W. 8. Matthewt, H. Y. Moore, S. B. Smith, E. F. Gk>wel). 

Literary Initttution—Somers worth Hish School, E. S. Watson, prin. 

Livery Stables— B. F. Hanson, W. F. Harmon. 

Banks- Somersworth Nat., 0. M. Dorr, cash.; Great Falls Nat., 

F. M. VHfoejr, cash.; Somersworth Savings, A. A. Perkins, cash. 
Societies -Wanhington Lodge, Great Falls Encampment, I.O.O.F.; 

Martht Washington Rei>eks^ Lodge; Libanos Lodge, Edwards 
Chapter, A. F. 4; A. M.; Prospect Lodge, K. of P.; Court Rocham- 
beau. Court Emmett, 0. O^F.; Granite State Commandery, U.O.G.C.; 
Llttieneid Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Stephen J. Went- 
worth Camp^ 8. of V.; Somersworth Lodge, ICG. T.; Hiawatha 
Tribe, I. O. R M.; Somersworth Council, R. A. ; Ancient Order Ht» 
beraians, and Ladies' Anxiliary; Earisidean Senate, E. A. O. E.; St. 
Jean Baptiito; Knights of Maceal>es; Somersworth Athletic Associa- 
tion; Somersworth Club. 

Manufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Baker. F. A. Hassey 
blacksmiths, W. D. Merrick, E. Boucher, Henry Hardwood, N. Plants; 
boots and shoes, Houghton, Hebardd; Warren, 0. M. Cobum A Co.; 
builders, C. F. Mitchell, O. E. Hanson ; carriages, G. A. Priestly ; 
cigars, F. J. Chapman; cottons, Gt Falls Manuf 'g Co., C. Plum- 
mer, agt.; doors, sash and blinds, 8. P. Home, J. C. Nntter, J. E. 
Frost; grauite, Spence & Coombs, George E. Swain, D. Sanborn; 
harnesses, P. A. Rainville, O. St. Jean ; Job printers, C. H. Wells, 
Ray Mason; lumber, J. R. Horn, Hiram Horn; lanndry, Plante 
Bros., Clias. Leavitt; photographer, B. Etter; reeds, D. Scott; wool- 
ens, Gt. Falls Woolen Co.; painters, Alexander Stewart, G. A. John- 
son, J. C. Bunker, J. F. Blaisdell ; barbers, R. D. Crook, G. £. Foss, 

G. M. Caderette, Henry Duford, J. F, Peavey, Peter Bernbe, D. B. 
Sullivan; bottlers, Somersworth Bottling Works. 

Merchants — Auctioneers, Daniel Hodsdon, E. J. Pemsse; books 
and stationery, A. W. Durgin, C. H. Harmon ; boots and shoes, J. 
W. Bates, D. Frechette, Locke & Demers, A. Carter k Son, Joseph 
Paige, P. Pell etier; clothing, Lothrop ft Co., D. B. Dennison, T. P. 
Dnmli, F. P. Reeves, J. C. Dearborn, A. B. Jenean & Co., J. B. Clarke. 
W. R. Tebbetts A Co., Fred Wiesner; coal, Richards & Co., G. A, 
Frost, Albert Gftudette ; confectionery, J. A. Fall, A. H. Winn, 
Louis Jacques, Jos. Nelson, H. Desmarias; cotton waste, J. N. 
Haines; crockery, N. Winpfbeimer, New Hampshire Furnishing C*o.; 
drugs and medicines, George Moore W. W. Nason, Cot6 k Co., Clark 
k Nutter; dry goods, Boston Store, Madam L. P. Cote, Wimpfheimer 
k Co., C. M. Dorr, A.Caiter k Son, March k Yermette; foncy goods 
and notions, E. W. Blaisdell; fish, Jos. Hill k Co.,C. Drapeau ACo^ 
flour and meal, W. D. Clark, C. S. Bescham k Son; fruit, 
Joseph Nelson, L. Jacques; furniture, J. W. Sanborn, 
New Hampshire Furnishing Co.; groceries, Alfred Boucher, W. D. 
Clark, Wm. Symes & Son, S. C. Home, F. C. Gntts, S. James k Son, 
0. P. Blake, Hurd & Co, P. Moran, F. Dion, W. Jacques, Jonathan 
Bickford, Desesleto Bros., A. Derners, Jos. JPiaute, Riley k Mnrnane 
Michael Wallace, O, Derners, G. F. Frechette, A. B. Spencer, Stil- 
llngsBros., P.D. O'Connell; hardware, B. A. Tibbetts A Son, S A 
Seavey, D. WIngate; naeat, F. H. Nolette, aty Market Desesleto 
S*"??;;*! -•?''*^°i''5v^- ^<>"$*»«^ V.Lamb; millinery. Bertha Clark. 
F.Fortier, Joseph Morneault; stoves and tinware, Murray B|Se 



Onild's Green Mountain Kidney Cure. Best remedy on earth 
for Kidney trouble. Send ior Practical Treatise on the Kidneys, 
to J. H. Guild, M. P., Rupert, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 209 

Daniel Hodsdon ; watches and Jewelry, J. J. Woodward, E. W. Fol- 
8om; undertakers, A. L. Faonce, A. B. Spencer, J. N. Bonfford; 
pianos, L. A. Goodwin, L.O. Day; paper hangings, W. H. Tasker, A. 
V. Durgin. 

Physicians-^. A. Hayes, 0. E. Swasey, L. D. Hamblett, F. L. 
Hayes, A. K. P. Harrey, Y. M. Newcomb, L. E. Grant, N. Le- 
dnc; homeo., T. J. Dougherty, W. H. Price, A. G. Ferguson, T. 
Laarion,G. A. Stevens: dentists, 0. Q. Shapleigh, J.G. Hammoud. 

Tel. Aq*t— Lizzie H. Hoar. 

Public Telephone— Clark A Kutter. 

Soo-lf tpt-Stde-Varli— Sulliyan Co. In town of New Lon- 
don. Steamer fl-om Lake Snnapee in summer. 

SOUTH BAMPTON, ROCKING HAM— Pop. 390. S. B. fr. 
0. 46 m ; a fr. Exeter, 9 m. B. R. <S'.~Powow River Z)^ m., on B. k 
M. R. R.; Amesbury, 3 m., en B. A M. R. R. two Daily mails to Ames> 
Irary, Mass., leaves So. H. at 7 : 45, A. at 10 A. M., and So. H. for A. at 
ft.16, A. for So. H. at 6, P. M. 

OFFICRRS—Oer*. G. M. Buxton; 2V«m., Frank M. Jewell; Se- 
Udmen, Joseph J.J. Sav^er, Dayton Killam, Eugene Noyes ; Board 
qf Education, Mrs. Grace M. Evans, F. B. French, Mrs. G^rge B. 
Palmer; Board of Healthy F. B. French, G. B. Palmer, Joseph J. J. 
Sawyer. 

P(Mitmaster^-J. W. Follansbee. 

Justices— J. J. J. Sawyer, F. B. French, F. 0. Towle. 

Church— Gal. Bap., E. S. Cotton. 

Ins. Agent— F. B. French. 

Ut'ry institutions— Barnard Sdhool, Public Library, Blanche Carr, 
lib. ; trustees of library, B. R. Jewell, Mrs. J. W. Forsaith, Mrs. G. B. 
Palmer. 

Society— Crystal Wave Division. S. of T. 

ManuniCturers— Agricultural implements, G. W. Fitts; black- 
smiths, S. M. Prescott, A. P. Eaton; carpenters, Jas. 
Floyd, Frank M. Jewell, Frank P. Gile ; carriage blacksmiths, Hiram 
P. Smith, John Anderson, Frank Wilbur; 

carriage wood workers, W. S. Baton, Joseph Preble, John Orr : ma- 
ebinists Albert P. Eaton. G. W. Fitts ; mason, N. S. Smith ; painter, 
Jss. M. Oarr; steam saw mill, A. P. Eaton, R. H. Morrill. 

Merchants— farming tools, G. W. Fitts, F. B. French; lumber, 
Boscoe H. Morrill; meat, John W. Smith, S. N. Welsh ; groceries, 
Jane Lee, Mrs. J. W. Follansbee. 

"ftpolTord — See Chesterfield. 

BPRINOFIEIiD, SULLIVAN— Pop. 540. N. W. fr. C. 88 m; 
N. B. fr. Newport, 15 m. R. R. &— W**8t Andover, 12 m.,on Northern 
B. R. Daily stage. 

OFFICERS- Oerfc, M. M. Wiggins; freas., W. C. Philbrick ; Seleet- 
SMn. H. W. Stevens, 0. F. Hill, M. M. Wiggins; Board of Education, 
Blla McDaniel, Minnie Clark, D.P.Goodhue; Ot)«neer«, Selectmen; 
CblUctor, Talent Boyce; Board of Health, 0. F. Hill, M. M Wiggins, 
D. P. Ctoodhne, M. D. 

Postmaster— 0. P. Hill. 

Ins. Ag't— M. M. Wiggins. 

Justices— Ohas. Mc Daniels, 8. P. Colby, M. M. Wiggins, John Wig- 
gins, D, P. Goodhue, Joseph Davis, jr., M. 0. Boyce, L. S. Pillsbury. 

Society— Mountain Rill Lodge, I. O. G. T. 

Man ulacturers— Shingles and lumber, Kidder Bros., —Severance; 
chair seating;, M. G. Oane. 



Porter*8 Window and Door Screens are the Best. 
For sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. C!o. 

210 BUSINESS DIRBCTORY. 

Merehants— John Bailey, O. F. HUl. 
West— Postmtster— a. L. Heath. 

Church— Metb^ Bnrns. 

Manufacturers— Shingles, A. B. Patney; cider mill and thrash- 
ing (steam.) W. M. Barber; lumber, Alonso Punney; lumber, 
shingles and laths, Mc O. Boyce. 

Meohanlef— Carpenter, Geo. H. Gross; painter, W. L. Morgan. 

Merchants— R. L. Heath; horses, cattle and carriagea, E. B. 
Heath; fertilizers, a B. Philbrick, M. M. Wiggins. 

Ubnurian— R. L. Heath. 

Physician— D. P. Qoodhaa. 

Spring* Karen— Belknap Oo. R. R. station in town of Gilford. 

Mtar laland— Rockingham Co. One of the Isles of Shoals. 
Postoffloe, Portamonth. Steamer from Portsmouth. 

STARK, COOS— Pop., 708. . N. fir. C. 103 m; N. fir. Lancaster, 16 
m. R. B. &— Stark k Percy, on Grand Trunk R. R. 

OFFICBRS— Clerib, A. S. Ellingwood; SeUctmm^ Seth Cole, G. S. 
Blake, W. T. Pike; Board o/HeaUh, Wm.T. Pike, A. G. McNelU, 



p o Percy; M. I. Cole, p o Crystal. 
Postmasters— D. K. Cole; iVrcy, J. 



^ . , , -- H. O'Connor; CryaiaL A. 

Jackson. 

Justices— Wm. T.Pike. 

Church— Math., W. T. Carter. 

Exp. & Tel. Agents— J. K. Mercier, Starh; P. J. O'Connor, IWey, 

Society-PilotGrange. ^ 

Manufacturers— Bobbins, iVcy, Percy Lumber Co. ; flour, grain 
and shingles, Orygtal, Andrew Jackson. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, A. 8. Bllingwood ; Jteny, C. R. Rich, 

Merchants— fifarX;, G. W. Kimball; iVny, Percy Lumber Co.. P. J. 
Connor. 

Tel. Ag't— Percy, P. J. O'Connor. 

State liine— Cheshire Co. See Fitzwilliam. 

State litne— Rockingham Co. R. R station in Seabrook 
Postoffloe celled So. Seabrook. See Seabrook. 

STEWARTSTOWN, COOS-Vop. 1,002. N. tr. C. 160 m ; N. 
fr. Colebrook, 4H m. R. R. Si— West Stewartstown 8 m., on M. C. R. R 

OFFICERS— CT«r*, Wm. F. Allen ; 2Vaw., Wilman F. Allen ; BeUct- 
men, Thomas H. Van Dyke, Frank Blodgett, John H. Harris; BoaixL 
o/^«Cflrfion, A.L. Owen, Ella Keazer, Oscar Forbes; CblUctar.J. H 
0. Parker. 

Postmasters— Henry Hurd. Diamond Pond, A. L. Peters. 

Justices— Azro L. Owen, J. C. Poor, Lorenzo Famham, H. D. Flan- 
ders, D. A. Flanders, W. F. Allen, C. B. Tewksbury, G. W. Allen T. H 
Van Dyke, 8. B. Watts, Perley Knapp, Milton Blodgett, J. C.Pooro* 

Society— North Star Grange. 

Manufacturers— Lumber and shingles, Owen Bros. & Co., Perley 
Knapp; starch, J. W. Drew ft Co., Perley Knapp ; tubs and pails. 
O. D. Young. * 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, A. J. Jordan ; builders. C. D. Younir. A L 
Owen, Tho8. S. Harriman. U. S. G. Holden. *vung, a. i.. 

Merchants— C. E. Tewksbury, Henry Hurd, G. Flanders. 

West— Postmaster— B. H. Spencer. 

Express Agent— American, H. SaraKe. * 

Church— <k>ng., J. N. Walker. 



^ GUIIjD'B ORESN MOUNTAIK KtDlXSt Ct7RJfi. 
Bee osher margins. 

BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 211 

Hotel A Livery Stable— Stewartstown House, ; 

BiTerside House, Q. F. Butterfield. 

Societies— Frontier Orange; Frontier Lodge, K of P.; Merrili 
Poet, G. A. B.; Woman's Belief Corps. 

Manufacturers — Blacksmith, A. B. Quimbr ; carpenters, Sumner 
Rowell, Ctiarles Fletcher, John Beecher, Willie Morse, i^apoleon 
Morse, Napoleon Qendron ; doors, sash and blinds, B. S. Parker; hard 
wood flooring, etc., Wilman F. Allen; clapboards, shingles and 
lumber, W. P. Allen: flonr and grain, Oeorge A. Hammond ; bobbins, 
W. F. All^n ; machinists, 0. T. Stoddard k Go. : electricians, Wilman 
F. Allen, H. A. Allen ; hamessmaker, L. Famham. 

Merchants— L. W. Alger; confectionery, B. B. Lyman, JohnE. 
Little; dry goods and clothing, M. Loyerin ; drugs and medicines, 
J. M. Phillips; groceries and hardware, L. W. Alger, B. B. Lyman; 
millinery, Mrs. B. M. Fling, Russell sisters; tinware and hardware, 0. 
M. Quimby: furniture and house furnishing goods, R. H. Spencer; 

Soceries, 0. H. Green & Co., B. B. Bean, Gad Beecher; clothing, 
orrison's Clothing House. 
Physician— Yet., 0. L. Fling. 

Telephone— Boston k Northern Tel. Office; operator, Mrs.E. M. 
Fling; North American, Russell sisters, operators. 

MTODDABD, CBESHIBE—^op. 400. S. W. fr. 0. 40 m; N. B 
fir. Keene, 16 m. B. R. &— Keene, on Fitchburg R. R., 16 miles ; Han- 
cock, on B. k M. R. R., Manchester k Keene division, 10 miles. Daily 
stage to Hancock. 

OFFICERS— Cfer*, J. F. Whittemore; 2V«a*., Wm. H. Chapin; Se.' 
lectmen, C. P. Jefts, C. B. McClure, J. M. Rice; Board of Education^ 
Mrs. L. JeftB, B. B. Smith, C. B. McClure : Oveneer^ J. M. Rice; Ool- 
Uctor, W. P. Hodgman; Boa/rd cf Health. J. M. Rice, L. A. Butler, 
B.H. Griffiths. 

Postmasters— F. J. Reed; South, James Simonds. 

Justices-^. M. Rice, J. F. Whittomore, G. W. Ruland. 

Church— Cong. C. M. Palmer. 

Hotels— Island House, Louie Butler; Central House, S. J. Har« 
rJoffton ; South Prospect (louse, O. H. Hart. 

Societies— Henry H. Stevens Post, G. A. R.; Forest Grange. 

ManufilCturers— Lumber, Stoddard Lumber Co., C. H. Merrill, 
pree. ; woolen goods, R. HolUnd k Son. 

Mechanics— Carpenters, Charles Hastings, Oeorge Lane. 

Merchants— F. J. Beed; South, James Simonds; lumber. Smith k 
Lfttlefleld. 

Public Telephone— Stoddard Lumber Co. 

BTIIAFFOIID9 STBA FFORD-'Pop. 1,302. E. fr. C. 26 m ; N. 
W. fir. Dover, 16 m. R, R. S.— Dover, 15, on B. k M. R. R. Daily 
stage. Pittsfleld, on Sun. Yal. R. R. 7 m. 

OFFICERS— C7«rA:, G. P. Foss; Treat., J. J.Perry; Selectmen, V. B. 
Smton, S. M. Leighton, J. H. Fobs; Board of Education, H. S. Hill, 
Mrs. ElDaF. Scott, D. S. Woodman ; Board ofHedUh, N. C. Twom- 
bly, M. D., Centre, 0. A. Hall, S. N. Caswell, Comer. 

Postmasters— Cbmer, Edna I. H. Berry ; Nmih, G. T. Foss ; BUu 
HiUe, Cyrus Drew. 

Justices— J. S. Foss, Enoch K. Clark, L. C. Critchett, H. A. Drew, 
H. S. Hill, N. 0. Twombly, 0. M. Foes, D; S. Woodman, C. H. Twom- 
biy, C. F. Felker, O. T. Foes, J. M. Whitehonse, D. B. Berry, A. 
Evans, W. Perkins, J. H. Jewell, J. W. Jewell, J. J. Perry. 



POKTlBll SCtUS£lKS are Standard in Ouality. tTor 
■ale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mtg. C«u 

212 BUSINESS DIBBCTORY. 
Churches— Adv^ ; F. Bap., Cbmer, H. G. Corliss; ^orM, 



Hotel — Oomer^ Blae Hill Cottage Home, J. M. Whitehouse, prop. 

Literary Instltution—Omter, Austin Academy.; 

Manufkoturers—AbrM, lumber, Paul Perkins. 

Merohant—J. W. Cater. 

Societies— Bastern N. H. Grange; Bow Lake Grange; Lyman 
Locke Post, G. A. R.; Woman's Relief Corps; Sht^ford Comer, 
Crown Point Grange; Olive Branch Lodge, L O. G. T. 

Public Telephone— J. W. Cater. 

Center— Postmastei^-C. M. Hill. 

Church— F. Bap., B. N. C. Barnes. 

Merchant— C. M. Hill. G. A. Rowe. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, L. Brown, B. A. Scribner. 

Physician — Nehemiah C. Twombly. 

Bow I^ke— Postmaster— J. H. Perry. 

Church— F. Bap., BIder Cook. < 

Hotel— Bow Lake House, B. G. Newhall. 

Manufacturers- Blacksmith, S. W. Caswell ; boxes, C. W. Waldron; 
lumber, S. W. Caswell, 0. W. Waldron. 

Merchants— J. W. Oater, J. J. Perry; auctioneers, H. A. Drew, 
James H. Fobs. 

STRATFORD* COOS-Pop., 1,128. N. fr. G. 100 m ; N. fir. Iau- 
caster, 14 m. B. R. S.— Stratford, on G. T. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C70rJk, W. G. Fnller; 2Vea«., Fred N. Day; StUctmen^ 
J.O.Pattee, J. I. Crown, David Stone; Board <i/ Education^ J. O. 
Pattee, p. o. ad. Coos; F. N. Day, C. D. Piatt ; Obllector^ J. C. 
Hutchins; Board of Health, J. P. Gifford, M. D., G. W. Johnson, 
M. D., p o Coos.' F. N. Day. 

Justices— E. F. Bucknam, J. C. Pattee, Samuel Brown, W. R.' Brown 
F. N. Day, C. £. Clark, J. C. Hutchins, F. L. Eenney, G. Hagoon, C. 
Piatt, H. W. Gardner, H. B. Hluman. 

Postmaster— Fred J. Taylor. 

Exp. Ag't— G. B. Twohey. 

Church— Meth., £. R. Perkins. 

Hotel— Brookside Cottage, Michael Down. 

Society— Stratford Grange. 

Manufacturers— Flour and meal, A. G. French ; lumber, W. R. Dan- 
forth, Dan. Demis, D. Stone. 

Merchants— N. B. Waters, Fred Taylor, W. R. Brown. 

Public Telephone— Wm R. Brown. 

Coos— i?. J?. S.— North Stratford. 

Postmaster— John C. Pattee. 

Churches— Bap., J. W. Brown ; R. Cath., Father Desmond. 

Exp. Ag'ts— Canadian Express Co., John Hughes ; American Ex- 
press Co., L. A. Payne, 

Hotel— Percy House, Bernice E. Silver. 

Societies— Coos Lodge K. of H.; Stratford Lodge, K. of P. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, Eaton & Sawyer, Nulhegan Lumber Co. ; 
last blocks, Danforth & Hinman ; tinsmith, J<>seph Cresent ; hameaa 
maker, F. A. Roby. 

Merchants— Pattee & ^ Clark, W. R. Danforth: fancy goods." 
drugs, etc., J. 0. Hutchins; hardware, A. L. Taylor; mUlinery, Miss 
Martha Donnaley: meat, Pattee & Clark, W. R. R. Danforth; jewel- 
er, Lee Schoflf; undertaker, J. C. Hutchins. 

Physician— John Gifford. 



GUILD'S ORBBN MOUNTAIN KIDNBY CURlfc 
Bee other margins. 

BUSINESS DIREOTORT 213 



HTWt ATM. Am, RQGKmGffAM^Fov.QSO. 8. E.frC. 40 m. ;B. 
fr. Exeter, 4 m. K. M, &— Stratham, 2}^ m.,on 0. A M. R. R4 N©w- 
fiflda, 2Vini, ,, ^ 

OFFICERS — Clerk and Treat.^ A. C. Lane ; Selectmen, M. G. 
Roberte, J. T. Smart, B. B. Chase; Board of Education, Geo. A. Wlg- 
ftin,Mr8. Josephine Jewell, 1. 1. Smart J Board of Healthy M. Gt, 
Roberto, G. E. Garven, F. A. Caverly. 

Postmastei^B. N. Smith. 

Justices— J. 0. Wiggin, J. J. Scammon, A. 0. Lane. 

Churches— Bap., L W. Coombs ; Cong., G. A. Foes; Chris., D. A. 
Boolrigbt. 

SociOTes— Wionictitt Grange; Swamscott Diyision, S. of T. 

Manufacturers— Meal and lumber, B. B. Jewell, George Wingate ; 
Bhinglea, George Wiugate. , 

MMhanics— Bailders, D. P. Batchelder, L W. Tnttle.H. H. Leayitt; 
blacksmiths, Hackett, Frank Jenniss. 

Merchants— Florist, A. Craig; grain, groceries and hardware, G. H. 
Odell; meat, Frank Scammon, W. S. Kelly, J. T. Smart. 

Summer Boarding Houses— David Jewell, Jr., D. R. Littlefleld, 
Henry Jewell. 

8ll|l^si.r Hill — Grafton Co. R. R. station in town of Lisbon. 
Also stage flrom Lisbon. See Lisbon. 

HVJaMJLTAH^'CHESBIBB-Pop. 337. S. W. fir. C. 48 m. N. B. fir. 
Keene, 7 m. B. B. & — Eeene, on Cheshire R. R. Daily stage from 
Nelson to Keene Tia. Bast Sullivan 

OFFICERS- C«er*, -Btw^ A. H. Rugg; Treat., L. H. Goodnow; Be- 
UOmen, Eugene Marston, Marshall J. Barrett, Henry Davis, East; 
BocerdoJ Educcdion, <3eo. Kingsbury, Mrs. S. M. D. Nims, Mason A. 
Nims. 

Postmaster— Geo. W. Marston. 

Church— Cong., Herbert Walker. 

Justices— L. H. Goodnow, George Kingsbury. 

East— Postmaster— L. H. Goodnow. 

thurch — Cong., evang. union, Herbert Walker. 

Societies— Honor Bright Grange, East', Star Commandery, U. O. 
G.C. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmith, Lyman Davis; builder, George Kings- 
bury ; chair stock, L. H. Goodnow; bucket hoops, T. A. Hastings, W. 
U. Harris. 

Merchants— Lumber, T. A. Hastings, M. L. Fowler, W. H. Harris 
Wilcox Bros. » 

SUNAPEE, SULLIVAN— Vop. 900. N. W. fr. C, 37 m. ; E. from 
Newport, 5 m. B. B. S.— Sunapee, on C. A C. R. R. Stage 3 times a 
day. 

OFFICERS— Clwfc, N. P. Baker; 2V«a*., A. C. Sutherland; Sc?«c<- 
m«H, Q. A. Hart, John Wiggin, A. S. Abbott ; Board of Education, B. 
C. Fisher, J. P. Smith, Mrs. M. M. Baker; Board of Health, C. A. 
Enowlton, A. D, Felch; C. L. Russell, p o George's Mills. 
♦ Postmasters- N. P. Baker ; Georgia Mills, C. L. Russell; Burke- 
haven, F. H. Davis. 

Justices— W. C. SturoCj B. R. Boyce, Geo. Dodge, L. A. Dodge, 
Jolia Young, G. H. Bartlett, C. L. Russell, C. A. Knowlton, J. M. 
Cooper, A. D. Felch, T. Smith, Joseph Russell, a. Hart, N. P. Baker, 
J. Z. Bartlett. 
Church—Meth., E. S. Parker. 



SaT« ^Veight bj ordering t^orter Soreem shipped diredt 
from the Factory. For sale by all Jobbers. 

Porter Screen Manafaotoring Company. 

214 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ex. AgH— H. Batchelder. 

Hotell— Snnapee House, W. A. Young; Ben Mere Inn, M. P. Ooar- 
•er; BurkbaTen Home, F. H.Davis; Sunapee Harbor House, O S. 
Boyce; Oeorg€$ MUUt Pleasant Home, Obase Sk Kartin; Colby 
Honse,8. P. Oolby. 

Lawyers— W. 0. Sturoo, George Dodge. 

Uvery Stables— M. F. Knowlton, 8. A. French, W. A. Young. 

Societies— Lake Orange; Sunapee Commandery, U. O. G. C; Bock 
Ezel Lodge, I. O. 0. F. ; Bebekah Lodge. 

Manufkoturers — Blacksmiths, MusEey Sk Games, castings, 
N. A. Smith; oofllns and caskets, L. H. Goes; excelsior, W. 
0. Stocker; flue cleaners. Granite Hame Works; fork handles and 
rakes, B. R. Sleeper; granite j£ntting and monumental work, Son- 
apee Granite Go. ; lumber, W. W. Trow, Parker T. Smith ; hamesa 
and brass castings, Oonsolidated Hame Go.: machinist, N. A. Smith ; 
rakes and handles, Alexander A Perkins: sash, blinds and moold- 
ing, B. H. Bartlett; shingles, Georg^t iftot, GolUns ft Holmes; wal- 
lets, M. L.SaiYent; wood pulp and paper, Emerson Paper Co.; 
barber, A. 0. Whittier ; house finish. W. W. Trow, 0. H. Howe ; elec. 
trie lighting, The Sunapee Electric Light and Power Go. 

Merchants— N. P. Baker, G. A. Knowlton & Go., J. H. Maxson ft Co.; 
boots and shoes, H. Denning: Oeorgt't MiUtt G. L. Russell : meat, B. 
J. Blaisdell ; paints, oils and fhmiture, G. A. Hart ; hardware and 
tinware, Sargent ft Fulton ; millinery, Mrs. A. G. Sutherland. 

Station Agent— H. Batchelder. 

Public Terephone— C. A. Knowlton; Georges MilU^ G. L. Rnsaell. 

Physician— B. G. Fisher. 

fliaiicoolc— Merrimack Go. R. R. station in towns of Pem- 
broke and Allenstown. See Pembroke. 

SIJRRT9 CBESHIBE-^op.VO. S. W.fr.G. 55 m. ; N.fr. Keene 
7 m. R. R. 18I— Keene, on Gheshire R. R.,and Gonn. RiT. R. R. ft Boston 
ft Maine R. R. Daily stage. 



OFFIGBRS— CZerJk, G. Kingsbury; 2Vea«., Geo. H. Hanrey ; StUct^ 
nm, F. B. Nesmith, F. R. Grain, H. N. Scripture; Board of &uca^ 
Hon, F. B. Nesmith, H. N. Scrlptiire, P. P. Field; Board of Health , 



G. K. Harvey, S. H. Clement, M. H. Porter. 

Postmaster— L. M. Garpenter. 

Church— Cong., W. S. Anderson ; Meth., — -^— 

Justices— G. K. Harvey, H. 0. Streeter. 

Hotel— Hotel Surry, C. F. Britton, prop. 

Society— Surry Grange. 

Mechanics -Carpenters, M. A. Garpenter, Lewis Blake, J. B. 
Rogers, John Conley : wheelwright, G. W. Wilcox. 
^Manufacturers— Saw andggrist mills, B. W. Garpenter, H. N., 
Scriptare. 

Merchant— G. N. Conley. 

SUTTOBT, MERRIMAOK—Vop. 849. N. W. fr. G. 23m. H. R. 
&— Bradford, on 0. ft G. R. R Daily stage from New London to 
Bradford and return.! 

OFFlCEBA—CUrkand Treas.^ D. L. Powers; Saectmen, P. Nelson, 
L. E. Bailey, C. R. Follansbee; Board of Edueation, L. J. Andrews, 
O. R Follansbee, M. E. Bailey; Board of HeaUh, Ephraim Bean. 
South; Robert Thompson, M. D.; A. O. Follansbee, Worth, 



OUIIiD'S Oreen Monntoiii Kidney Core, the beet reme- 
dy ever made for kidne j troable. Handled by dmggiste 
all over the world, or will be sent by the proprietor. J. 
H. Goild, M. D., Rnpert, Vt. 

BUBINB8S DIBXOTOBT. 215 

Postmasters— Geo. Kimball ; Ifiorthf F. H. Eeyier ; SotUJi, G. G 
Wells. 

Justices— FraDk Chase, D. L. Powers, G. G. Wells, F. E. Derby, 
J. F. Bmery, G. L. Brown, James Blake. 

Churches— AdT., Souths A. Oressey ; NMh, 0. Hardy; F. Bap., L. H. 

WfDSlOW. 

Societies— Sutton Grange; Robert Campbell Post, G. A. B.; Lone 
Star lx>dge, I. O. G. T.; Cold Water Diylsion, Eeysar Lake DiTislon, 
^o^«A,S. ofT. 

Manutaeturers— Blacksmiths, Cbas. Conch; Ifortht L. Howe, J. 
Hazen; South. D, Hazen; carriages and sleighs, G. Chadwick; North, 
W.Howe M Son; lumber, M. B. Wadlelgh, J. Eeyser; North, J. 
Kyser ; Sutton Creamery, M. B. 'Wadleigh, B. Nelson; dressmaker, 
Mrs. J. LinBOott. 

Merehants— D. W. Nelson, Richards * Kimball; [North, F. H. 
Keyser; South, Q: G. Wells; meat, J. D. Perkins. 

Physician— R. Thompson. 

Telephones— G. H. Kimball; North, J. H. Keyser; Souths Geo. G. 
Wells. 

»^frANZET,C«^fl75i?-Pop. 1,600. S. W. fr. C. 66m. ; S. from 
Keene. 6 m. B. R. £f.— Swancey, on Ashuelot R. R. 

OFFiOBRS— (7/erA:, Wut, G. I. Cutler ; Treat., George B. Whitcomb; 
SeUetmen, N. 0. Carter, F. F. Downing, W. E. Marsh: Board o/Edu- 
eation, George L Cutler, Allen C. Wilcox, M. M. Blake; Board of 
ffealth, J. C. Brown, Eatt; C. H. Bock wood; G. I. Cutler, M. D. 
West. 

Postmasters— B. J. Bullard; Wet^Mrt, F. S. Faulkner ; East, A. A 
Woodward. 

Justices— Joseph Hammond ; Yolney Woodcock, Sylranas Bartlett, 
e. I. Cutler, J. O.Rich, G. W. Willis, Joslah Parsons, A. Reed, A. Wil- 
cox. T. Fowler, A. A. Woodward. 

Churches— Cong., T. W. Blackman. 

Hotels— Central House, Charles Marsh ; Prospect House, Fred A. 
Howe. 

Manurrs— Confectionery boxes. East, B. Wilcox M Son ; nest 
buckets, lumber ft stoTes, East, B. F. Lane: pail stock and lumber, 
L.3f. Stone; pails, Bbwe. W. P. Clark, G. M. Lane & Co. ; Wedport, 
James Marsh, J. C. Field, toy and quarter pails, East, James M. 
Bamsdell. 

Merchants— Harriet Chamberlain ; Weslport, James Marsbl; Eait: 
A. A. Woodard, G. W. Willis. 

Societies— Golden Bod Grange; West, Lincoln Grange; West, Gol- 
den Star Commandery, East, Swanzey Commandery, U. O. G. 0. 

Public Telephones— Central House; Westport, Jumes Marsh. 

Weet^Postmaster— Jennie A. Faulkner. 

Exp. & Tel. Ag't— B. G. Cross. 

Churches— Bap., Thomas Cain; UnlT., J. H. Little ; Meth., M. 
C. Pendexten Westport, I. H. Trow. 

Hotel — Brans house, Mrs. Homer Bvans. 

ManufilCturers — CashmeretSjllannels and blankets, West Swansey 
Mannfiftctnring Co., M. A. Dickinson, ag*t.; confectionery boxes, 
A.H.&G.E. Whitoorab,Jr.; lumber, pails and buckets, C. L. Rus- 
sell* Co.. 



Porter Window and Door Screens are the Best. 
For sale by all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Ck). 

216 BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, F. 0. Dodge; ballder, B.S. WaBtman. 

Merchants— Ooodnow, Day & Co^ J. 0. Howard. 

Physician— Q. L Outler. f^ 

PuDlic Telephone— Ooodnow, Day & Go. 

Swlftw«ter— Orafton Go. In town of Bath. Stage from Woods 
Tille. See Bath. 

T AH WORTH, CARSOLIr^Foip. 1,026. N. B. fr.G., 60nu ; N. 
A*om 0Mipee» 13 m. B. R. S. — West Ossipee, 4 m., on Boston A Maine 
B. B. Daily stage. 

OFFIGERS— a«rA;, 8. A. Hidden ; TVeoi^ J. D. Hidden; BfUctwten, 
E. S. Polland, J. F. Marston, E. D. Henderson ; Board of Education 
U. T. Hodgkins, L. 0. Header, G. F. Hucktns; Board of Health, Ed- 
win Bemick, Bl. D.; T. B. Mmoxx. South; O. G. Hatch, p o Ghocoraa 
Village. 

Postmasters— Geo. £. Gllraan : Voutht 0. G. Hatch; Otoconia, 

; Pequakett Alonzo Nickerson; Wonolancet, Katherine 
Sleeper. 

Justices — 0. O. Hatch, Alonao Nickerson, J H. Nickerson, S. 8. 
Pollard, H. Davis, D. Tllton, L. Mason, F. Moore, C. Robertson, G.E. 
Gllraan, J. L. Mason. 

Churches— F. Bap., L. G. Glark; Gong., ; Meth. SotilA, 

D. Goltou. 

Hotels— Wiggin HoQse, Parrlngton A Carrier, prop's ; The Willow 
O. S. Oilman. 

Societies— Clioconia Gran/re; Passaconaway Lodge, I. O. O. F.; 
Minneola Bobekah Lodge; Gold Biyer Lodge, Bouth^ Minneola 
Lodge, Chocorua^ I. O. G. T. 

Manufacturers— Gottage bedsteads, card boards, dry goods boxes, 
and lumber, D. S. Morrill & Go. ; lumber, George H. Bryant, W, N. 
Mason, Ak>nzo Nickerson, H. L. Wiggin, S. Pbilbrick. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, N. H. Vamey, J. Hay ford, Charles 
Evans, A. 0. Page ; Souths A. Ua.y ford; carpenters, H. B. Bobinsoni 
N. H. Vamey, Frank Remick ; 8outh,W, Bryant. 

Merchants— G. H. Bemick, S. 0. Kimball, B. S. Pollard, A. B. 
Bobinson, A. B. Wiggin ; South, J. L. Mason, Chocorua^ Fred Moore. 

Physicians— E. Bemick, L. Lord. 

Tarbell's— Hillsboro Go. B. R. station in town of Peterboro. 

TEIflPIiE, HILLSBOBOUGH—VoTa. 342. 8. B. fr. G.,46 m. ; W, 
fir. Nashua, 22 m. R, R. iS.— Greenville,on Peterboro* A Shir. Br. B. B. 
Daily stage, 8 miles fh)m Miller Park on Pack Monadnack. 

OFFICERS— a«rfc, H. W. Hay ward; Trtas., Ghas. Bock wood; 
Selectmen, J. M. Hoideu, A. B. Davidson, W. P. Bucon ; Board of Edu- 
cation, Mrs. Ella Sheldon, Earl H. Farwell, W. P. Bacon; Board of 
Health, W. E. Haywood, 0. E. Bockwood, G. L. Brown. 

Postmaster— H. W, Hay ward. 

Justices— H. 0. Hftdley, M. H. Fisk, H. W. Hayward, W. P. Bacon, 
E.H. Farwell. 

Church— Gong., 0. D. Ghann. 

Exp. Ag't & Merchant— Henry W. Hayward. 

Hotel— D. B. Gilson, The Birchwood. 

Society— Miller Grange. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, J. B. Barton, W. P. Bacon. G. L. Gol- 
burn. ' 

oi^*J5"??®ll Boarding Houses— G. Yonng, E. E. Golbum. Mrs. B. O. 
oJSb^; "* ' A. F. BocHwood, Ik^rs. N. :^qlt, J. Fisk. G.L. 



y GUILD'S OREEEN MOUNTAIN KIDNEY CURE. 
« Bee other margins. 

•- 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 217 

I 

Private Telephone— Connection with W. U. at Greenville. 
Tlie Fell*— Merrimack Ck>. In town of Newbury. Steamer 
from Lake Snnapeo in snmmer. 

The IVekrs— PostofiElce name for Weirs. In city of Laconia. 
See Laconia. 

Tkomas— Cheshire Co. R. R. station in town of Rindge. 

THORNTON, GSAPTOy— Pop. 632. N. W. fr. C. 66 m.; N. fr 
Plymoath, 14 m. E. R, ^SL— Thornton, on P. V. R. R.; Plymonth.on B. 
ft M. E. R., Wh. Mt. Div. 

OFFICERS— OerXr, P. W. Downing Trtcu., W. B. Emmons; flWeci- 
wun^ P. L. Honston, C. M. Gordon^ P. W. Connor ; Board of Edu. 
cation, Harry BUke, B. P. Merrill, E. J. Canfield; Board of Healthy 
C. W. Drew, p o Campton Village; Hiram Merrill; B. P. Merrill, p o 
Woodstock. 

Postmasters— Miss Jnlia Merrill ; Wut, W. B. Emmons. 

Justices— M. J. Hazeltino, Charles Shnte, P. W. Downing, P. Bnr- 
nard, J. Pattee, C. F. Plummer, E. J. Canfield, Mark Tisdale, C. W. 
Dearborn, A. P. Reynolds, F. W. Downing. 

Boarding Houses— Merrill House, William Merrill ; A.H. Kendall. 

Church— Meth., A. P. Reynolds. 

Manufacturers —Lumber, W. G. k I. H. Chase ; snow shoes and 
chairs, J. S.Gordon: TTea^, manufacturers of and dealers in bobbins 
and wood, Pred W. Downing, Emmons Bros. 

Hechanics-^Blacksmith, H. H. Pifield, B. P. Downing, P. W. Dow- 
ning. 

Merchant— Enoch Emmons. 

Station Agent— Will Avery; WeH, A. H. Kendall. 

Tbom ton's Ferry— See Merrimack. 

TIIjTON, BELKNAP— Vop. 1,521. N. fr. C. 18 m ; S. W. fr. 
Uoonia, 10 m. R, B. /S*.- Tilton and East Tilton on B. & M. B. R., Wh 
Mt. Div. 

OFFICERS— CI«rA:, E. N. Webster; Treat., Richard Pirth; Sded- 
mm, G. 8. Philbrick,G. H. Wadleigh, H. O. Young; Board qf Edu- 
oaUom, W. B. Fellows, H. Sanborn, W.H. H.Rollins; Board o/HeaUh, 
0. R. Gould, M. D.. M. C. Spaulding, M. D., P. B. Lamb, M. D. 

Postmasters— Thos. E. Fletcher, Eoit, Solon Baker. 

Justices— W. T. Ca8s,C. C. Rogers, B. T. Brown, R. S. Perkins, J. B. 
Sanborn, W.P. Lang, Edwin Moorehonse, G.P. Leavitt, A.S. Ballan 
tyne, W. B. Fellows, L. F. Batclielder,Edwin Vaughn, W.H.Moses, W.O. 
Wyatt, A. T. Cass, T. G. Wilder, Thomas E. Fletcher, E. Smith, W. 
Locke. T. Morrill, G. Phllbrlck, C. Durgin, R. Firth, H. Durgin. 

Banks— Citizens' Nat'l., W. T. Cass, Pros.; A. T.Cass, Cashier; 
lona Savings, A. S. Ballantyne, Pros.; Wm. T. Cass, Treas. 

Churches— Cong., C. C. Sampson; Epis., J. D. Gilliland; Math., 
Roscoe Sanderspn ; R. C, J. E. Finen; People's Christian, B. F. Estes; 
Eagt, Meth., D. H. Gerrish. 

Eating House— H. N. Gilman. Boarding ffousea—E. W. Batch- 
elder, Frank Oriffln. Ruben Allen, Mrs. E. A. Shnw. ^ 

Exp. Ag't— A. L. Knowlton. 

Tel. Ag't— C. W. Adams. 

Ins. Agents— R. S.Perkins, E. A. Perkins, W. B. Fellows. 

Hotel— Loverln Hotel, A. J. Smith. 

Lawyers— 0. C. Rogers, W. B. Fellows. 



f Save Freight by ordering Porter Screens shipped 
rect from the factory. For sale by all Jobbers. 
Porter Screen Manufacturing Ck>mpany. 

218 BUSIMBSB DIBBOTORT. 

Literary Institution^ N. H. Oonference Seminary and Female Ool- 
I«ge, pr«t., Qeorge L. Plympton, A. M.; preceptress, Mrs. O. I«. 
riympton; Union Graded School B. E. Balse, prin.; Tilton aiid 
Nortlifleld Publio Library, L. F. Batcbelder Librarian. 

Liverv Stables— O. F. Learitt, J. L. Loverin, C. F. Binlefgh. 

Societies— lSa<WinneBqaam Grange; Bellinap Lodge, A. O.IJ.W.; 
Arch Lodge, K. of P. ; Harmony Lodge. Tilton Kncampment, Canton 
Tilton, I.O.O.F.; Granite Hill Bebekah Lodge; Adams K. Tilton Post, 
G. A. B.; Woman's Belief Corps; J. F. Clark Camp, S. of V.; Tilton 
CommHndery, U. O. G. C; Done Lodge, A. F. k A. M. ; Tilton liOdee, 
L O. G. T.; Tilton Lodge, K. of H.; Crescent Lodge, K. A. L. of H. 

Manufkoturers— Blacksmiths, W. J. McDuff; L. V. Thompson, 

A. F. Kidder, »ut, WUlis J. Garerley ; bnilders, T. J. Da^ia, 
Daniel M. Page; harnesees, W. 0. Wyatt, L. W. Smith; hosiery, O. H. 
Tilton, Britain Mfg. Co.; ladies* wrappers. Ideal Mfg. 0o.;dre88makers, 
Mrs. 0. B. Wyatt, Mrs. A. A. Hill, Mrs. Carrie Hnokinr, Job printer, 
H. A. Morse; photographer, T.CMoon; pnip, Eaat^ P. C. Gbenej 
Co.; iash and blinds, Jason Foss; shoddy, O. ft B. G. Mor- 
rison ; spectacles, Lord Bros. ; tinsmiths, Smith k Smith, F. H. Mer- 
rill; paper boxes, Tilton Box Co.; woolens, Tilton woolen mills, 
Blm Mills: painters, C. J. Lougee, A. L. Back, 0. S. Beed, B. B. 
Plnmner; barbers, C. H. Faror, F. X. DeLoUinriUe, A. F. Sinclair, 

B. P. DeTinery ; stone masons, F. H. Cross, S. W. Hill ; brick masons, 
F. A. Gilman, B. L. Sanborn & Son, C. A. Piper, Crockett k Mor- 
rison; wheelwright, A. L. Morrison; electrician, M. G. Allen; electric 
signs and cyclometers. Flashlight k Cyclometer Co. 

Merohants— 8. W. Taylor, W. A. Gardner k Co., B. H. Proctor, 
Morrison Bros, k Co., Philbrick k Hill; aactioneers 
W.P.Lang; books and stationery, dmgs and medicines, C.P. Her- 
rick, B. H. Proctor, George W. Lord; boots and shoes, B. 
J. Young, J. M. Copp, Boynton k Smith, S. Condon; clocks and 
watches, W. 0. Ladd, O. E. Bnrleigh, J. G. Dayis ; dry goods, Morrison 
Bros, k Go. ; fancy goods, S. Condon, B. J. Young ; ftirnitnre, 0. O. 
Paige ; floor and grain, Brown k Boncher; Inmber, Geo. Knapp; 
meat and vegetables, Mazzey Bros., Frank Fifleld; meat and proTU- 
ions, W. L. Kimball; millinery. Miss M. B. Dearborn, Miss S. A. 
Gardiner, CM. Bryant; news dealer, L. S. Atkinson; stationery, 
H. A. Morse; confectionery, B. H. Perkins; ready made clothlBg 
and ftirnishing goods, Boynton k Smith; stock &rm, F. B. Sargent; 
vegetables and varieties, W. L. Kimball; bakery, S. W. Fletcher; 
wood and coal, A. H. Brown, A. F. Sinclair, Smith k Smith. 

Trapper and Guide— Geo. S. Morrison. 

Physicians—J. W. Staples, C. W. Adams, C. B. Gonld, F. W. Lamb; 
dentists, C. L. True. 

Sta. AgH— €. W. Adams. 

Public Telephones— A. L. Knowlton; Ea$t^ The Lake Co. 

TROX? OffESHlBB-Vop. 999. S. W. f^. C. 60 m ; S. tr. Keene, 
10 m. B ,R. &— Troy, on Cheshire B. B. 

OFFICBRS— CWXr, M. T. Stone ; Trtas., Asa C.Dort ; SeUOmen, A. 8. 
Clark, Herbert P. Thompson, Ora C. Mason ; Board of Bdueationt 
Franklin Ripley, AuriUa M. Harris, B. W. Dow; Board of Heattfu 
A. 8. Clark, H. P. Thompson, M. F. Stone, M. D, 

Postmaster^H. P. Thompson. 
irj'^Sif^^J-^^-^™**^ Franklin Bipley, M. T. Stone, W. W. 
Kimball, J. H. Congdon, Ohas. Mason. 



CRTHiD'S Green Monntain Elidnej Cure, best remed j on 
mrth for kidney trouble. Send for practioal treatise on 
the kidneys, to J. H. GUILD, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIRBCTORT. 219 

Churches — Bap^ B. W. Dow; Oong^ Dighton Moses. 

Exp. & Tel. Aqent— J. H. Bigeiow. 

'Hotels— Monaanock, John L. Perry; Kimball Hoose, George^ P. 
Basse] I. 

Livery Stable— Haskell Bros. , 

Societies— Monadnock Lodge, A. F. k A. M.;- Trojan Grange; A. 
Lincoln Camp, S. of V. 

Manufacturers— Boots and shoes, Q. F. Kimball ; brick, Troy Brick 
Co.; granite, Troy Granite Co.; horse blankets, Troy Blanket Mills, 
F. Ripley, snpt.; i»ails and tubs, Edwin Bnttrick ft Co., Coolidfce & 
Howe; pftils and nest buckets, 0. D. Farrar ; pail handles. Welter 
Gorey, 0. D. Farrar; lockedcorner packing boxes, O. C. Whitcomb & 
Co. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, G. H. Dnston, Charles 
Wbitcomb; barber, J. L. Stanley; carpenters, Phillip Boyce, H. W. 
Bastmaa, O. A. Farrar; dressmakers, Mrs. J. L. Grandall. Mrs. W. F. 
Barpee, Mrs. M. W.Greenwood.Miss Mary Devine, Mr8.M.P.Guillow; 
upholsterer, G. M. Mason'; painters and paper hangers, C. M. Mason, 
dtiarles Cornell, H. G. MouUon; undertaker, J. C. Stanley. 

Merchants— G. W. Whitney, E. P. Kimball & Son, £. F. Barrett ; 
books, stationery and yankee notions, H. G. Newton ; fancy goods, 
Mrs. M. A. Haskell ; meat, Geo. A. Starkey ; boots, shoes and sundries, 
H. P.Thompson; carriages, etc., G. Haskell; millinery, Mrs. L. E. 
Bockwold; newspapers, periodicals, etc., Elbridge Howe ; paints, oils 
and wall waper, M. L. Clark,' 

Physician— M. T. Stone. 

Public Telephone— C. W. Whitney. 

TWJTTOm^OnOVGM.CABROLL-Vov. 767. N. E. fr. G. 
45 m; W. fr. Ostipee, 6 m. B. E. iSl— Wolfeboro Bridge, 6 m., on 
Ports. Gt. F. & G. R. R. Daily Stage. 

OFFICERS— C%erii;,G. F.Young; 2V*ea«.. Orlando Richardson; iSs- 
lecfmen, Robert Lamprey, J. D. Morrisoh, L. F. Wi^gin; Board of 
Edueatkmt H. F. Hodgdon, J. A. Bennett, J. A. Edgerly; Board of 
Health. F. S. Weeks, M. D.,p oMelyin Village; J. M. Haley, Centre; 
C. B. Ham, Corner. 

Postmaster— D. B. Palmer; Centre^ F. A. Hersey ; [Mdvin Village^ 
6. S. Homen Mirror Lake, Mrs. G. H. Yonng. 

Justices— Oriando Richardson, D. B. Palmer, James A.Bennett, 
C. W. Davis, J. A. Edgerly, H. F. Hodgdon, C. Bennett, D. Homer, 
0. H.Richardson, G. P. Young, W. W. Treat. 

Churches— AdT., Jfelvin Village, ; F. Bap., Jielvin 

VMage^ y. Morse; 1st Chris., Centre, G. Cook; 2d Chris., D. A. 
Wiggin ; Meth., A. M. Mackey. 

Exp. Agents— Charles Ham, Dana Palmer, E. L. Ayers, Chas. Gil' 
man. 

Hotel & Uvery Stable— A. H. Walker. 

Societies— Ossipee Mt. Orange; Winnipesaukee Lodge, I. O, G. T., 
Mm Village: ChocaralLodge, A. 0. U. W. 

Manufkcturers— Blacksmith, MOoin Village, H. E. Femald; 
Omter^ B. G. Gopp; bobbin stock, shook, excelsior etc., Melvin Village, 
MelTin Lumber Co., D. W. Homer ; shingles and shook, D. W. Ho- 
mer; flour, grain and corn, IMvin FtOo^e, Thomas French's estate. 

Merchants— Cbi^, F. A. Hersey ; Melnin Village, D. Femald, H. E. 
Femald k Son, J. S. Horner; Centre, jeweler, Lester Adjutant. 

Physicians— Osnfre.T. A. Haley; Jfelvin FSUo^e, D. B. Tucker. 



BRODBECK CANVAS CANOES. Send for price 
list. F. BRODBECK, W. R ox. Dist.. Boston. 

220 BUSINESS DIRBOTORT. 



Twin nfonntaiii— Coos Go. B. B. station in town of Car- 
rol. Bed Carroll. 

Tyler*«— Merrimack Co. B. B. ntation In town of Hopklnton. 

Union— Carroll Co. B. B. station in town of Wakefield. See 
Wakefield. 

^JUK'Wrr.SULLirAy'^Top. ess. W.ft-.O. SOm.S.fr. Newport, 
10 m. R.R.8.— Claremont and Newport, on Con. & 0. R. R. Tri-weekly 
stage to Claremont A No. Charleetown : dally fr. B. Unity to Newport. 

OFFICERS— C?<rfc, Frank Reed; TVeoa., 0. R. J ones \ Selectmen^ 
Cbas. A. Newton, G. J. Marshall, F. J. Gould; Board of Educationj 
Ina CroBsman, Bela Graves, 8. M. Straw: Overiteer, 0. R. LewlevBoard 
o/HeaUh, n. N. Johnson, p o Quaker City; H. J. Hurd; W. U.Hall. 
JEaH 

Poslmaslers— C. R. Jones; East, Mrs. C. Gay ; Quaker my. 
Miss J. Qnimby. „ , , « „ 

Church-Advent, J. B. 8, Plllebury; We»t, Meth., J. P. Frye. 

Justices— C. R. Jones, B. F. French, W. W. Hall, Hosea Walker, U. 
N. Johnson. Moses Johnson, E. L. HhU, R. K. Hall. , 1 „ 

Holel— Horace Tebo; Summer Boarding Houm. Maplewood, B. H. 
French ; Hillside, J. B. Reed, p. o. ad. Newport; Maple Avenue, S, M. 
Straw, p o Claremont. 

Public Telephone— County Farm. 

Society— Unity Grange. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, W. D. Cram, R. J. Hall; East^ N. H. 
Thurber; carpenters,Phlllp B.Ham.Henry Breed; harnessmaker^Chas. 
R. Jones. 

Manufacturers — Lumber, West^ M. J. Whipple; shingles and 
W. A. Youber. 

Merchants— Auctioneer, 0. R. Lewis ; groceries, B. F. French, S. 

D. Pillsbnry. 

Uplanda— Merrimack Co. In town of Canterbury; conveyance 
by stage. See Canterbury. 

Wadley's Falls— Strafford Co. In town of Lee. Stage from 
Newmarket. See Lee. 

WAKEFIEIiD, CARBOLL—Vop. 1 ,628.N. B. fr.C. 43 m. ; S 
fr. Osslpee 10 m. R. R. fi.— Union, Sanbornville, Wakefield, North and 
East Wakefield Depot, on Ports. Gt. Palls A C. R. R. 

OFFICERS— CterJk, Sanbornville, John H, Garvin; Treat., San- 
bomvilU.A. O.Robinson; SeUctmen, I. S. Loud, Ecut Depot; C. W. 
Lowe, Union; J. S. Roberts, Wak^^d; Board of Education, A. L. 
Foote, 5(i«6orn«t«e, P. T. Haskell, Union, Fred B.Shorey, HPiO^- 
nad; Board of Health. S. W. Roberts, M. D.; W. S. Davis, M- B.. 
Sanbornville; P T. Haskell, M. D., Union. 

Postmasters— Asa Brown; East, Thomas Wood ; North, B. B. 
Brown ; South, J. P. Garland; East Depot, N. O. Weeks; Horn's 
Mills, Jo)in G. Sanborn ; Woodman*s, J. M. Woodman ; SanbomviUe, 

E. A. Himes. 

Justices-^. W. Sanborn, B. E. Brown, G, H. Gage, Geo. S. Dorr, 
J. W.Mathews, I. S. Loud, A. J. Milliken, G. A. Teaton, A. F. Wood, 
N. 0. Weeks, J. F. Farnham, Simon Blake, H. £• Rogers, H. G. Saw- 
yer. A. L. Foote, A. Robinson, J. L*. Moore. 

Societies— liovell Union Grange; Lovell Lodge, K. of H.; Songo- 
nomhee Tribe, I. O. R. M. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, Pine River Lumber Co.; Job printing. Pi- 
oneer Office. 



Gidld'8 Green MoTmtain KIDNEY CURE. 

See other margins. 

BUSINESS DIRBCTOBT. 221 

Merchants— 0«o. A. Yeaton; North,E. B. Brown; Woodman% H. 
B. Waldron, Wm. Demeritt. 

Exp. Ag'tS— Henry Paul ; East Depot, I.B. LoudJ 

Hotels and Livery Siahles^—JEaa Depot, J. B. Hayea. 

Chureh— Cong., G. M. Hamilton. 

Physicians— 8. W. Roberts, D. R. Brown. 

IJmloD— Postmaster— J. P. Gilman. 

Churcil— Cong., R. W. Drawbridge. 

Ex. and Tel. Ag't— H. Beachman. 

HotelS--R. H. Pike, J. W. Prescott. 

Livery Stables— R. H. Pike. J. W. Prescott. 

Societies— Unity Lodge, A. P. A A. M,; Unity Chapter, O. B. S. 

Manufacturers- Blacksmith, J. H. Jenkins; chairs, R. Sanborn ; 
brass. Union Brass Co.; excelsior, S. L. Hutchlns, J. F. Farnham; 
graveeiones, C. W. Lowe. 

Merchants-^. P. Gilman, Wm. M. Lord. 

Physician— P. T. Haskell 

Public Telephone— N. W. Lord. 

Sii.iil»ensTille— Postmaster— E. A. Himes. 

Churches— Bpis., Oharles Bancroft ; Meth., O. W. Bryant. 

Ex.'Ag't— A. 0. Robinson. 

Tel. Ag't— Geo. M. Smith, M. F. Knight, W. B. Knight. 

Hotel—Sanborn House ; 0. B. Remick. 

Insnranee Affent— A. J. Milliken. 

Libraries— Wakefield Free Library, Miss Cora Milliken, Librarian; 
Wakefield Pabllc Library, B. 0. Wentworth, Librarian. 

Livery Stable— C. B. Remick, R. A. Lang. 

Lawyers— A. L. Foote. 

Society— Syiacnse Lodge, K. of. P. 

Manufsicturers— Blacksmiths, J. RnnneTs, I. Keneson; carpenter, 
A. M. Remick ; Inmber, Sanborn k Willey, W. H. Willey ; printer, Geo. 
8. Dorr; Lovell Lake Creamery; wheel wright, J. H. Brackett; tin- 
smith, J. M. Haynes; job wagons and teaming, C. W. Rines; ice cut- 
ters. Independent Ice Co., Drivers' Union Ice Co.; shoe makers, A. F. 
Garland, Colman Colbath; barber, E. W. Nute. 

Merchants— B. J. ft L. L. Rice, J. W. Garvin A Co.. W. H. Willey, 
A. 9. Garland, Brackett k Brown; butchers, David Pike, I. S. Guptill; 
drugs, W. S. Davis; hardware, John M. Haynes. 

PhysiciaB-»W^. 8. Davis. 

^rAIiPOI^E,CffJESfi7«jB-Pop. 2,163. S. W. fr. C.60m.N.W 
fir. Keene, 18 ro. R. R. i8.— Walpole ^mile, and for Drewsville, Ac., 
Gold Biyer, 1 mile, on Cheshire R. B. Public Conveyance to all 
trains. 

OFFICBRS— OsrA:, A. P. Richardson ; 2Vea*., T. B. BulTum ; Select. 
m«m G. W. Kingsbury, I. W. Ramsay, W. H. Kiniry; Board of Edu- 
cation, W. G.Leonard, Lucius Wellington, J. H. Brown ; in Dist. No. 1, 
F. W. Pratt, Chas. H. Barnes, T. N. Hastings; Board of Health, L. 
A. Newton, H. B. Putnam, C. J. O'Neil. 

Postmasters— Annette Brown': Drewsville, H. E. Putnam. 

Justices— H. E. Putnam, E. K. Seabury, J. G. Bellows, H. A. 
Perry,iCharles O'Neil, P. B. Griffin, W. J. King. C. M. Clough, T. N. 
Hastings,^. W, Cahalane. 

Bank— Walpole Savings, T. B. Bufi'um, Pres., J. G. Bellows, Treas. 

Churches— Chris., ; Cong., B. A. Keep: Drewsville, 

St. Peter's, ; B. Cath., Joseph Corcoran; Unit, F. W. 



Porter*! Window and Door Soreeni are the Best. Far 
aale bj all Jobbers. Porter Screen Mfg. Co. 

223 BUBINBSS DIBBCTORY. 

Eip. AQent'H. A. Perry. 

Hotels— Dinimore House, Oeorge B.ShermMi ; DreieivtZIe, Mountain 
Hooie, Clarence Forbee; ivor^A, Rirerside Hotel, M. H. Harphj'; Wal- 
pole House, M. M. Malonej. 

Lawyer— J. Q. Bellows. 

Literary Institution!— Walpole High School, H. S. Richardson, 
Prin. Town Librsrv, Frances Sabin, lib. 

Livery Stable— F. A, Leboavean. 

Societies— Walpole Grange; Welcome Gommandery, U. O. O. C; 
Ancient Order Hibernians, and Ladles* Anxiliary. 

Manufketurers— Blacksmiths, 0. H. Roandy, Carl Smith, O. K. 
Beck with. F. Prentiss; builder, H. C. Pod win, H. J. Watkins; Job 

firinter, J. A. Weber, lager lieer. New Mountain Spring Brewing Co.; 
umlier, 0. B.Hall, 0. J. Bntterfleld| Colbom Bros; Horfh^ Conn. 
River Lumber Co.; turned wood boxes, DrewitilUt D. J. ft £. A. 
Bond; weighing machines and gas engines, Abenqne Machine Works; 
painters, H. G. Chandler, William and Charles Warn ; cabinet maker 
and undertaker, W. J. Hall. 

Merchants— Seabury k Spanldlng, Perry k Porter; North, James 
Burrett ; auctioneer, 8. H. Porter; books, stationery, drugs and 
medicines, 0. 0. Davis, N.A.Wheeler; hardware^llbee ft Babbitt; 
meat, O. J. Drislane, W. H. Fletcher; Jeweler, W. D. Knowlton ; 
coal and grain, F. A. Spaulding, Perry ft Porter ; harnesses, J. D. 
Snow. 

Physicians- A.P.Richardson, L. A. Newton. 

Summer Boarding House— C. R. Crowell. 

Public Telephone— 0. 0. Davis; DrewsviUe, 0. P. Cassarant; 
Cold River, S. A. Currier. 

"Ware'a Ferry— Cheshire Co. In. town of Westmoreland. 
Nearest R. R . station , Putney, Vt. See Westmoreland. 

WARNER, MESSIMACK—Pop. 1,383. N. W. fr. 0. 18 m. 
K, R. S.— Warner, on 0. ft 0. R. R. _ 

OFFICERS— ClerJfc, S. W. Davis ; IVecw., A. J. Hook ; BO^dmen, 
Arthur Thompson, L. E. Davi*. C. C.Jones; Supt^ J. R. Cogswell; 
Bodurd o/HeaUK E. C. Cole, J. M. Bix, M. D.. J. R. Cogswell, M. D. 

Postmasters— F. M. Colby ;JZo6y'«Cbr»«r,M. H. Roby; MtMn*9 
MUU, W. P. Melvin ; Waterloo, R. S. Gage ; DavisviUe, Moses Tmssell. 

Justices— B. F. Heath, G. N. Tewksbury, A. P. Davis, 
Samuel Davis, H. S. Willis, H. R. Sargent, B. H. Carroll, Arthur 
Thompson, J. A. Wadleigh, W. N. Davis, 8. W. Davis, H. 0. Davis, W. 
M. Flanders, J.P.Jewell, F. Bean, A. Gllmore, M. Ela, W. H.Saw- 
yer, O. Currier, A. J. Hook, L. E. Davis, L. Chase. G. Goodwin, G. 
Martin, J. Graham, W. Melvin, S. Paige, D. Bean, J. Osgood, L. 
Chase. C. Remington, J. Ordway, F. Savory, J. R. Cogswell, W. 
Heath, G. Ordway, O. E. Jewell, J. C. Graham, G. N. Tewksbury, W. 
P. Melvin, B. C. Flanders, F. W. Johnson. 

Churches— Bap., ; Cong., . 

Ex. A Tel. Aaent— G. E. Brockway. 

Public Telephone— Davis, Martin ft Co. 

Hotels— Kearsarge Hotel, S. G. Cutting; Prospect Hotel, S. T.Bailey. 

Ins. Agents— A. P. Davis, W. P. Melvin, Bl F. Heath. 

Lawyers— Samuel Davi^, A. P. Davis. 

Literary Inst'n— Simonds Free High School, PrIn., A. L. Sabin; 
Kearsarge Independent and Times, E. C. Cole, editor aodpropr.. Pills- 
bury Free Library, Mary B. Harris, lib. 



GUILD'S Green Moootela Kidney Cure, beet remedy on 
earth for kidnej trouble. Send for practical treatise on 
the kidneys, to J. H. GUILD, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

BUSINESS DIBBCTOBY. 223 

Societies— Harrifi Lodge, A. fi ft A. M.; Central Lodge, I. O.O.F.; 
'Welcome Bebekah Lod^e; Warner Orange; Warner Commandery, 
TJ. O. G. C; Lincoln Council, O. U. A. M. 

Manufacturers— Bedsteadf, John Bogerf ; black«mithf , F. B. Tar- 
ser, P. ¥. Clough, E. 0. Barriman, William Chase, W. L. Morgan ; 
boou, B. W. Palmer; builderi, Ira Spanlding, War- 
ren Johnson; clothes pins and hnbs, C. W. Bed- 
ington; evaporating, Kearsarge Evaporating Co., A. J. Hook; 
cxoelsior, Bartlett Bros. ; floor and meal, J. C. Bla; harnesses, E. W. 
Palmer, J. N. Lambert, J. W. Clement: . leather coats and vests. 
Hew Merrimack Glove Co.; lumber, H. T. Ela; meal and feed, B. 
W. Adams ; job printer, B. C. Cole; photographer and picture frames, 
Haniman ft Hardy ; plnmbers, 0. A. Sawyer, B. M. Turner. 

Merchants— Upton ft Upton, Davis, Martin ft Co., 0. E. Jewell; 
JUivin*» MiUt^W. P. Melvin; DavitvUUj M. Trussell, Waterloo, 
B.S.08ge; auctioneers, D. C.Harriman, G. N. Tewksbury & Co.; Jew- 
elry, Pavis, Martin ft Co., C. H. Hardy ; millinery, A. Woodward, B. 
S. Morrill, Mrs. H. Maxon; ready made clothingj Davis, Maroin ft 
Co.; tin, sheet iron and stoves, 0. A. Sawyer, B. Turner; furniture, 
paint« and oils, O. E. Jewell; meat, W. L. Pickering. 

Physicians— J. M. Bix, J. B. Cogswell. 

IVARREir, ORAFTON—Fop, 875. N. W. fr. C. 70m. B., from 
HaTerhill,12m; fr. Plymouth, 20m. J2.i2.SL— Warren, Warren Summit, 
on Boston ft Maine, Wh. Mt. Div. 

OFFICEBS— Cferi, G. E» Smith; Treat,, P. C. Hall; Seledmen, Jam 
Jewell, A. P. Bartlett, J. F. Merrill; Bocvrd of HeaUh, J. F. Wllby, 
M. D., E. £. Ladd, M. D.. J. E. Loirs. 

Postmasters— F. C. GleasonHall; SmnmU, N.T.Caswell; Breety 
P&inl, Miss Sarah Woodworth. 

Justices- J. S. Jewett, L. W. Prescott, J. F. Merrill, H. A. Uttle 
J. B. Davis^N. T. Caswell, A. F. Bartlett, G. H. L. Head, F. C. Glea- 
8<m, G. W. Williams, H. A. Whitcher. 

Church— Meth. Joseph Simpson. 
I- Ex. A Tel. Aq t— J. B. Davis. 

Public Telepnone— F. C. Hall. 

Hotel— Moosilanke House, O. H. L. Head; Tip Top House, Fred 
Clement; Breesy PoitO, The Moosilauke, £. B. Woodworth. 

Ins. Ag't.— J. H. Williams. 

Uvery SUble-G. H. L. Head. 

Societies— Warren Grange; Geo. Bowers PoBt,0. A. B.; Waterno- 
mee Lodge, I. O. G. T. 

Manufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, C. A. Up- 
ton, Zebulon Smith ; builders, J. W. Batchelder, H. L. Cotten; lumber, 
J. Jewell, H. N. Merrill ; meal and feed, George Clark ; poultry 
invTcl, Mica Crystal Co.; paper hanger, Henry Cotten; painters, 
Henry Cotten, Henry Weeks; harnessmaker, Asa Douse; dressmak- 
ers, Anna Gale, Emma Stetson; printer, C. E. Caswell. 

Merchants— G. E. Smith ft Co., J. W. Kittredge ft Son, F. C. Hall, 
Clement ft Eastman, F. C. Gleason ; Summit, B. T. Caswell ; coffins 
and caskets, H. N. Merrill ; meat, Wm. Gale. 

Physicians— B. B. Ladd, D. J. Willie. 

Sonuner Boarding Houses— Mountain House, Amos L. Merrill; 
BlToraide Hoose, L. W. Prescott; Cliiford Honse, G. C. Clifford. 



GtntD»S Green Hoantain KIDN^IT CUlUa. . _, 

8ee other marginB. 

224 BUSINESS DIRECTORT.^ 

WAM^INGtTOlim SULLIVAN-Fop, 689. W.fr.O. 82 m. 8. 
fr. Newport, 14m. R. B. S.— HillabM-ough Bridge and N6wport.on C. 
k G. R. B. Daily stage to each. 

0FFICKR8— Oerit, Chaa. A. Lull; Treat., V. B. Lull; SeUctmen^ 
Mason H. Dole, Gardner Miller, Edwin W. Mnzaey; Board €\f 
Jlealtfi, G. N. Gage, M. D., East; A. T. Wright, F. E. Lull. 
. Postmaster— 0. A. Lull. , ^ 

Justices— John McAlvin, A.J. Cutting, 8. W. Hurd, Supply Bar- 
ney. M. H. Dole, Iram F. Woods. 

Church— Cong., W. H. Dowden. 

Hotel— Lo veil House, J. T. Goodwin, 

Literary Institution — Tubbs Union Academy, F. P. Newman, 
prln. 

Ins. Agt— S. W. Hurd. 

Societies— Lovell Grange; Hamilton Post, G. A. R. 

Manufacturers, Mechanics k ArUsans— Blacksmith. O. T. Crane; 
carpenter, B. E. Young; coffins, J. L. Safford; lumber, ^W. W. 
Dole. M. H. Dole, J. L. Butterfleld; water wheels, G. L.Mellen; light 
wood turning novelties, David Bumim; painters and paper hangers, 
U.N. Chapman, D. 8. Chapman; harness maker and auctioneer, 
A. H. Jaqulth; shoemaker, 8. W. Hurd. 

Merchants— A. B. Davison, W. D. Brocfcway. 

Physician— Dentist,' F. P. Newman. 

PuDlic Telephone— A. B. Davison. 

£as(— Postmistress— Nancy W. Friend. 

Church— C. Bap., Rev. Charles J. Reekie. 

Manufacturer— lumber, Charles Peasley* 

Hotel— Brookside House, I. W. Curtice. 

Mechanics— Blacksmith, 8. Tandy; carpenter, Will S. Baton. 

Merchants— A. J. Cutting, M. B. Hixon. 

Physician— Homeo., G. N. Gage. 

Il^aterloo— Merrimack Co. B.R. station in town of Warner. 
See Warner. 

WATERTIIiliE, OBAFTON—Fop, 89. N.fr.C. «8 m; Jif.tr, 
Plymouth, 18 m. B. B. fif.— Campton, on P. V. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C?«-*, G. W. Ripley; SeUetmm, George W. Ripley, W. 
H. McLeod, H. O. Perkins. 

Postmaster— Mrs. Silas B. Elliot. 

Hotel— For summer boarders, Mrs. Silas B. Elliott. 

Manufacturers— Lumber, A. D. Sutherland; paper, Winnipesaukee 
Paper Co, 

Water Tillag^e— Carroll Co. In town of Ossipee. Stage irom 
Ossipee . See Ossipee. 

Il^auiiibec Xnnct Ion— Coos Co. B. B. station in town of 
Whitefleld. 

WEARE, HJLL8B0B0U0H—Fop. 1,660. W. fr. C. 14m; N. W. 
fr. Manchester, 18 m. B. B. &— Riverdale, E. Weare, and N. Weare, 
on Man. and N. Weare R. > 

OFFICERS— Cterfc, W. 8. B.Herbert; Trecu.^ Geor^ L. Hooper; Se- 
lectmen, n. R. Nichols, William T. Morse, William H. Dow; Board 
of EdueaUon, Fred Eaton, George H. Hazen, W.S.B, Herbert; Boad 
AaenU, S. P. Colby, C. W. Buxton, J. P. Melvin; Board of Health 
W.S. B.Herbert, A. B. Johnson. 

Postmasters — B. T. Jameson ; JBosi, A. H. Marshall; BiverdaU, 
H. H. Simons ; North, E. T. Breed; ClinUm Qrwe, L. J. Breed. 



dld's Green Mountain KIDNEY CIJEE. 

See other margins, 

BUSlHKaS DIRKOTORY. 225 

tjUStices — Abner Frost, J. P. Whittle, W.T.Mnrae, ?;opliat]lah Breed. 
%T. Jmneaon, W. S.B. Herbert^ II. R. KIlIioIb, A, B. Jotinson, A.P, 
liiltiifif D. P, Woodbary, O, D. Sawyer, h. B. Lnney, a J. Hwlley, J. 

f, Hanaoa, P« B. Burtlutt, F. Roy, H. T. Oa borne, *». A, Tewksbury» 
BF, Pagfl, A, L, Sle*pcT, 

Flnsurance— Weare Mtit. Fire Ins. Ca., W,T. SIorRe, prea,; W. S* B. 
TBrbert,&ec,Hiid treiis.; dirt^ciors, W. T, Mnrse, ti. F. EasttuEin, E. T. 
Jp«edj H. Tl.SimoTiB, W. S. B. Herbert. 
fScKJleties—Mt. William Lc>ilg*, I. O. O. F.; Star Reliekah Lodge; 

lirk Fellowfl Post, G. A. H.: Woman's R(* tie f Co rp-i; iktuth, Wyom- 

E Qrangg; ^s^ Mechanic Lodgo, 1. O. G. T, 

C?*iit«r— Poslmaster— U. T. JBinieson. 

Church— DniT., 

Physicians — II«m«o.. J. P, Wlultle, 

Mechanics and Artisans— CarijenterB arid ImildPTfl, G. F, Had- 
hf\ biack^imitht B. 8. Hadlock; ^aw ititII,!. K. IJIIsk; liarneewB, J. R. 
Kogere; carriage painter, W. M, Koiiti dresHniaker,. Mra. Lena 

tterchants- B. T. James<>n. 

If orth— Postmaster— E. T, Breed. 

Hotel— J. L. WltBon. 

Exp, Ag^t— J- P. SimoiiH. 

Churclies— FriendHj ; Oong., W. S. Randal L 

Mechanics — IMHCksinilh, B. B. Nlchol:^; cabinet maker and dealer 
in atLtiqns furnitcire, A, G. ItADflon; wheelwright, J, H. Go%e. 

Merchants— Hooper A BreoJ, Frank Tucker, Mra. C. P. Cbaae, 
uti'ltT tftkoiH, FranU Tncker, W. T. Morse. 

Marmracturers— Ladien' sbow, Geo. Simons 4 Bon, L. M, Sawyerj 
lojBt t-. 1>H Clement; ikivinj? ni*cb,ine«,D.llaHfloii jwoodoTB, UniTerHal 
Wu^lerOo.; Z.Broi d We&lcr Co. ; ekiipha, A. H.Snwver. ltiniber,€.H. 
■niorndlke, IJ, A. Hadley, Robert Pea>5]ie, 8.8. Clark A Son; wliftol- 
barrtjwB, C- H. Loigbton; oifler, J. A, VVoodbnrj; cliatr attuckj Paiii^i; 
Brof.; knife liandlefi, W.W. FlanfltTB. 

Sontli— Postmaster— A. C. Buxfoii. 

Church— CoDK., W, S. Randall. 

Motel— D. A. Tewkabury. 

Merchant- C. A. Thorp. 

Hechanics- Bla«k;i!aiitb, C. L. Colburii; carpeiilera and buildf?rs| 

g, L.OoTe, A. J. Stoning; whct-lwright, K, IL Coll urn. 

Han ufkcturers— Lumber, H. R. Kk-ho]ii,EnierHon,Molvln Jt Buxton, 
H. U- Gove. 

Clinton Grove— Postmaster— L. J. Breed, 

Church— Friends StJHlh Meetinh^ 

Mechanic— BlackamiLb, M.G, Cnim, 

StAge to Riverdnle, N. H. Bailey. 

Kttdt— Postmaster- A, H, Marsbnll. Hotel— John Holt. 

Merchants- A. H. Marshall^ meat, H. M. idch; underlaker, A. 
B. Jobrt»on. 

Physician— Frank Eaton. 

Churches— Bap., ; F. Bnp,, -; Kpia.t E. M. Piirker. 

ManuracturerS— Blackamitb, ,h M, F^-x; flimr and grain, W. IL 
Kilbtjro: love, Toy Mfg. Co. ; wheelwright, R. W. GonM, 

itlierrtal*!— Post master- It, H. Simons. 

Merchant— H. 11, iiimonH. 

Manufacturers- Flonr and grain, H- H. Simons j lamber, C, £. 
Qvwe, 



OUII,D*S Green Mountain Kidney Cure, best remedy on earth 
for kidney trouble. Send for practical treatise on the kidneys, 
to J. H. GUII^D, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

226 BUSINESS DIRBCTOBT. 

WEBSTER, MERRIMACK—Vo^ 664. N. W. fr. 0. IS m. 

R. R. <9.— BoflCftwen, 7 diUm, on Nor.R.B. Stage daily; leaves at 7.30 
a. m., arrives at 1.30 p. m. 

0FFICBR8— C/«rJk, F. A. Lang; Treat,, W. A. Heath; StUetmen, F. 
A. Lang, J. H. Noyet, J. L. Oolby ; Board </ Education, i. H. Noyea, 
Henry Dodge, Miss Vienna Dodge; Board of Bealth, Henry Dodge, 
M. D.; J. H. Noyes, p o Dayisville; D. O. Holmes, p o Mast Yard. 

Postmaster— w. A. Heath. 

Justices— M. A. Pillsbary, T.J. Oonrser, D. O. HolmesJ. L. Gerrish, 
Henry Dodge, F. A. I<ang, D. S. Oonrser, W. W. Burbank, I. A. Bar- 
bank. 

Churches— Oong., W. J. Robinson ; Meth., Wm. Thompson. 

Society— Daniel Webster Grange. 

Manufacturers — Ghair stock and lumber, J. M. Snyder ; lumber 
and boxes, Burbank Bros.; shingles, H. J. Brackett, O. A, Drown, D. 
G. Holmes. 

Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, George Fairbanks, Gaorge 
Locke; wheelwright, J. F. Little; painter and paper hanger, H.L.Call; 
carriage painter, I. A. Call; carpenters, G. S. Golby, L A. Gall; 
dressmakers, Miss Henrietta Pearson, Emma McPhaiL 

Merchants— Davis Martin k Go. 

Physician— Henry Dodge. Vet. surgeon, J. H. Noyes. 

WEMTWORTK, GRAFTON— Pop. 698. N. W.fr. G. 56 m. 
by highway ,67m. by rail; N.W. tr. Plymouth, 16 m. R. R. &— Went 
worth, on B. k M. R. R., White Mt. Dir. 

OFFIGBRS—aerJfc, W.H.Davis; 2Veo«.,J. A. Davis; flfeferfmen, H. 
C. Blood, G.W.Boyd, J. W.Lyon; Road Agent , Fred B. Libby- 
Board of Education, 1. S. Grosby, Fannie Boyd, G. T. Gove; Boara 
of Health, E. P. Lundervllle, mT. D. , T. W. Darling, H. D. Morey. 
(hlUctor, W. H. Davis. 

Postmaster— J. B. Brown. 

Justices— H. D. Morey, W. A. Flanders, David Gove, L. W. Carrier, 
W. H.Davis, O. O. V^hitcher, J. B. Poster. F. D. Morey. 

BoardingHouses—F.D. Ellsworth, Isaac Bumham, Mrs. Bllen 
Pillsbury. 

Hotel Sc Livery — Bumham House, Isaac Bumham. 

Lawyer— W. A. Flanders. 

Literary Institution— Public Library, L. B. Ellsworth, Librarian. 

Church— Gong., T.W. Darling; Bap., ; Univ., ; 

Free Methodist, . 

Societies— Wentworth Grange; Moosehillock Lodge, A. F. ft A. M. 

Manufacturers— Bobbins, Knight ft Crosby; dressmaker, Mrs. A. 
A. Jassiman; carriages, ^E. R. GriflBn; lumber, A. A. Brown; 
Frank Fletcher ; meal, feed, flour and groceries, D. N. 
Eaton ; tinware and stoves, J. W. Lyon ; * harness maker, Samuel 
Kenney ; butter, Wentworth Creamery Co. ; shoemaker, J. H. Lund, 
F. E. Reed; spruce oil, John Ramsay; carriages, E. R. Chriffln; grist 
mill, Chas. Merrill. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, G. H, Merrill, George Sturtevant; car- 
penters, E. Gove, H. C. Blood, F. A. Randall, L.-W. Moore; painter, 
Frank Gove; barber, P. D. Colby; surveyors, J. P. Currier, L. W. 
Currier; cooper, E. Gove. 

Merchante— J. A. Davis, J. B. Brown, D. N. Eaton; auctioneer, 

S:.?; ^*"*7' w™*? *^u??®^»^'°<'*» ^' ^' ^~^ J fertilizers, J. A. 
Davis; meat, W. A. Whitcher; millinery, Mra. Wm. Oaverly; 



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1 dkod jewfitry, C. BL Mhou^ coffiDS and caskets, H. D. Morey; 

PhysJcian— B. P. LtiadtfrTUlo, R A. Darkee. 
E»p, A gen I— J. B. Brown. 
Sla. and Tel. Ag^t-M. W. Wliiti.Ler 
Telephone Agl— J. A* Davfa. 

WK^TWOftTilfil E,Of7A VtOir, coos-Pop., 52; N. fr. 

: EttoI, &ro ; E, fr. GolBbtrokt sum. H it. A— Berlin Falls on G. T. R. 
^"R. 33 m- aiM0 Ct>Ii»t>rvok on M. C, R. R. 28 m. Stage from Errol 3 

1 orFlCSR8^€^l\A.'W,Unmn, Treat., B. H. VVint' Selectmen, 
[ A. W, Linn oil, J. R. Turner, Wni. L Jiappel; Collector, H. W. Be^inett. 

Postiuaster— Mrtry S, Flint. 

Justtce— ILH Flint, 

Hotel— >I<HiDt Diutln liau^ii, B. U. Flint. 

SonCiety— Mcmmt Dnnton Oraai^e, 

ManurACtUfefS— 0*mfttfe^, F. A. York; lumber, J. R. Turnee; 
iiickiiiEiitbT F. A. Tork; stonB cnttfir, Wm. Ghappell. 

liSfCbaolS—(J#n»rrtl store, M. S. Flint. 

^oll«f^« Crrailf — Unorgftniecd township lying north of Wen t- 
^imrth's Location, Fop. j&, N, of Kirolgm.; E. of Oolebrook 20m.; 
tsi^o siatmn and p. o. ftd. Went worth's Location, i m. 

Hot*!— T>i!iniotid nousti^ Mrs, D. E. Bennett; Sporting Camp, Deer 
iSAck Camp, F. A. KlinL 

vrBSTJiiiMi^ErAjm, mimnmE-vop., 830.8. w. fr. o. es 

1 ; W. fr . K Q^ne , 1 in . R.ILE.^ We itinoreland, and East Westmore- 
wd. OH FiE«hbur^' B. R. 

OFFICKHS— CVfij-Jt, B. i. GOTdnnw; TrMi%.,3. W. Lord; Selectmen, 
U. C- Rail, F. A. Kniffbt, C. F. C^lprcnl ; Board of Education, A. A. 
iwrker, J.A.Crmjif. C. M. ScuYille; lUtardof ffeaUh,J. A. Oraig,M. 
%^ G. S,A1drlch,£iejjj>f; Fr«d Gole, p o Ware's Ferry. 

Poslnnasters— Gr. M. BTako r fia^t, E. P. Amidon; Depot, B. A. Ma- 
fiitgiAnj J Ilarkhiit, J, W. Lord, IFare'* Fkrry^ Moses D. Webber. 

Justices— B. W. P9tt«n, E, J. Goodiiaw, J. B. Fuller, E. T. NIms, 
*, ^^ Uird, WilUnl Bill, jr.1 

Ctiur^hftS— ^(T*t, €brift., ; Ooug., G. F. French; Bap., L. F. 

ISIipp ifdion ; UniT., . 

■' Hotel— a M. Blake, 

Societies— Great Mcado* Grango; Good Will Gommandery. U. O. 

Manufjicturers, MdCfiADics and ArLJsans— Blacksmiths, H. J. But- 
ton, F. Jiirrjji, Q. Lcflch, W. g* Daggett; mason, A, C. Higgins; 
v(der iHii Jf'Hv, IL J. Dntlon ; carririj^rf, maker, E. A. Farr ; carriages, 
i\trkfdn, J. D, rjrM>dknf)W2 Ipmber, K. Biisworth; meal, E. Bosworth ; 
mv riDil i:i]jinli]£j[ mttl^ B. J. Gtiodnow ; lumber, saw and grist mill, .1. 
E. ll«.rtwell: f^riniug tiniV|c<nit?nt4, it. J. Button; house painters, L. 
ik KiHth, E. Lfiadbf^ttar; carpent^re, Q. F. Hathorn, A. J. Buffum, 
A. O. Higirinii.C. W. WitliSTii, F. (i Parker, F. Wilbut; dressmak- 
ers, Mrt. B HowDTd, Mrfl,€!. E, Bryant. 

Merchants— /^rfcAif^ J, W. Lord; Dtpot, E. Warren; Westrnm-e- 
f^nff^ G-. M. BUke; confc^ctlonthry and small wares, A. Feathers; 
meat, J . K. Burt, 

Ptiysician^J. A. Cmig. 

T«L Agant^G. H. H«rt. 

Pulilic Telephone— At ti«rt Fcatben, County Farm. 



GUILD'S Qfen Moantaln Eldnej Cora, the best reme- 
dy ever made for kidnej trouble. Handled bj draggists 
all orer the world, or will be tent by the proprietor. J. 
H. GuUd, M. D., Rupert, Vt. 

228 BUSINESS DIRBCrOBY. 

ffestoa^s— Ooo« Co. B. B. station in town of GroTeton. 

If eetpori— Oheihire Co. B. B. station in town of Swanzey- 
See Swanzey. 

Weatvtlle— Bockingham Co. B. B. station in town of Plais- 
tow. See Plaistow. 

WhltchervUlc^-Orafton Co. In town of LandafT. See 
LandafT. 

IVltlterace— A postofHee in Coos Co. 

WHlTEFlEIiD, COOS— Pop. 2,600. N. fr. C. 126 m} S. fir, 
Lancaster, 11 m. S. R. S.— Whitefleld, on B. & M. R. R., M. 0. R. R.. 
and B. & M. R. R.; Hazen's, on M. C. R. R. and B. A M. R. R. 

OFFICERS— C7er*, R. B. Lane; Selectman, W T>, Pii^^e, t. J, Miner, 
O. Q. McGregor; DHy Sherif, L. F. F<.l]iM*<hy^ y^.,iF-ri p/ Hmtth^ fl. 
H. Morrison, M. D., B. B. Weeks, W. K. Quimhy; f.hi^Jof pfihcr,, L. 
K. Follansby; ColUctov^ Geo. Crockett; Elfiium in»ptctorti B,W. Suaw, 
James Hoey,iW. F. Aldricb, George L. €rocl£(!tt;; MKHieraim^ M. H. 
Bowker; SuptrviMri,Yf, F. Dodge, E.W, Snow, B. O. CoEby, Taum 
Jgentt W. Byrne; TreasmreTt B.M. Bray s Bfmrd «/ EducaUmf^ M» 
W. Snow, B. Lane, Mrs.E. M. Bray;.^^^. qJ Schosh, H.W. Hunt 

Postmasters— D. M. Aldricb; Hagen% J. A. ^uuw. 

Justices— F. P. Brown, W. F. Dodge, H. W. Hard, R. 
F. Parker, C. B. Wright, R. R. Lane, G. S. Gove, P. T. Kellogg, F. B. 
Lewis, A. W. Miner, J. C. Trlckey, C. N. White, G. G. McGregor, B. 
0. Colby, B. Garland, G. Crockett, K. W. Snow, C. E. James, F. 
Page, F. D. Bell, M. Bowker, M. F. Ubbey, H. L. Robinson. 

Churches— Adv., ; F. Bap., B. F. Jefferson; Meth.*, W. C. 

Bartlett ; R. Cath., J. H. Riley; Epis. Mis., B. F. Davis of Littleton, 
Rector. 

Exp. Ag'ts— R. E. Lane; Hazen'i Junciion^ J. A. Mitchell. 

Ins. Ag't— Fire,B.. 0. Colby, C. N. White, 0. B. Wright; life, C. N 
White, r. 0. Colby. 

Bank— Whitefield Bank and Trust Co., pres., F. P. Brown ; treas., F1 
W. Page. 

Lawyers— P. T. Kellogg, C. B. Wright 

Hotels— Flake House, J. A.Morrill; Cottage Hotel, Mrs. £. M. 
Patten ; summer, Kimball Hill Honse,H. J.Bowles; Mountain View 
Hou8e,W.F. Dodge A Son; Overlook House, Levi Bowlee & Son; Bow 
House, Mrs. Wm. Hopkins; Maine Central House, P. W. Curran. 

Literary Institutions— High School, H. W. Hurd, prin.: Parochial 
School, , teacher; Town Library, C. E. Wright, librarian. 

Livery Stables— T. J. Morse. 0. A. Brown, P. W. Curran. 

Societies— Almon B. White Post.G. A. B ; Woman's Relief Corps; 
St. John Lodge, L O. O.F.; Monadnock Bebekah Lodge; Charity 
Bebekah Lodge* White Mountain Lodge, A. F. & A. M.* Excelsior 
Chapter, O. E. S ; Whitefield Commandery, U. O. G. C; Mt. Wash- 
ingtonLodge, K.ofP.; Mt. Washington Grange. 

Manufacturers— Bobbins, etc., Whitefield Mfg. Co., Brown's Lnm* 
ber Co., H. L. Cole; doors, sash, blinds and boxes, W. M. Colby A 
Co.; kindling wood, Whitefield Kindling Wood Co.; lumber. Brown's 
Lun)ber,Co.; overalls, etc.. Snow A Baker ; condensed milk, Maine 

A i^1®?*2f ^ll Artisans, Etc.— Bakery, B. Billedean ; barbers. W. F. 
Aldrlch, Newton A Smith, G. B. Wylie; blacksmiths, H. Dube, J. 



|UILB'& Green Houotalti KIDNEV CURE. 

See other margltu. 

SUfllKSSfl DmSCTOAT. S29 

y. W, HopkinB, J* Theriien ; bnlMers and cODtractors, M. Me- 
al d, F.L, Temple, 0. Temiilci, W. AI. Colhy A Co,, H. A, Thayer j 
rrittges, J. J. BIsndii, W. C. BoirleB ; atovefl,. tinware, ^ etc., C. F. 
oadley, S tough ton Co.] cobMer, A, J. Fowle*r, A. L, HMmell, J« 
□cfamrd ; dres^stnaker, Maria Qmut; flonr^ feedatjd grain, P. P. Brown; 
uroesBea, A. L. n&meU, C. Mulnttre, C.J. Collij ; tnmlc tencl^erii, 
Irt. Q.VttLviSf Ida M. Quiinbv, Mrs- W.JaraeB, H. V, Nance; painterfr, 
I K. FT«neli, Fred Currier^ W. H. Khigm^. A. M. Libb4?j, P. H. Pal- 
Her; phntograpberfl, RoflL'broult Studio. O, R. UtfiTiis; printers, E, L. 
i>ioctf>rj Whitefleld FublisbEnK Co.; tailors, Q nimby i Grey, H. F. 
Langdon; jeweler, J. P. Mutpby, iteam laundrj\ Burns & Htiow; 
■fidert^ker.H, The Stougbton Co, 
Merchants — Genem], Tlie M. H. Bowker Co,, Brown *s Lumber Co. ; 
tone, Richard Lane ; c&rrijiges^ etc., Hifoore &. Alcirlch ; clocks 
nd jewelry^ l>*rling & Lewie; clothrn^ and merits' fnrnishinp, H. A. 
' ftves, Qnimby A Grey, J, J, Maillett ; drugs *ud ijiwdScint-s, Sbiirt- 
T t SburtlefT, DarJing & Lewis; furniture, Sioiighton Co; grocorifts, 
^ I*, Belone Jk Co., L. -I, Clement ; mpat, Britwn's Luiiilmr Co., L. J, 
llemezit; mniiBory, Mre^ J» B^ Lane, Mra^ F. T, McKoan; yaripty, Mrs, 

Periodical— White Mountain Ncwa, Whit* field publishing Co., II, 
r. Bard, editor. 

Physicians— fi«»o. S. Goto, €1. DaTis, J. Conter, B. E. Wilder; 
'gOiaeOf G, H. Morrison ; vet,. Geo. O. McGregor ; deilti»ta, C _ H 
Ifcwyer, S. G« Sftwyer. 

Tel. Ag't-A- H. Wheekr. 

Public Teleplianes -Darling & Lewis, W. F, PoHlge A Sone. 
. 1Viiit« tlloniktain TranMfer — Grafton Co. R. U. station In 
TiKwiBTillo, 

"HTlIilfroail— Grafton Co. In town of Raston. Stage from 
ITocwiBvillo. See Eaatou. 

IVillfly'^i- ninaborough Co. lU li. etatlon In dty of Man- 
chester. 

Iirillovrdalc-^raflton Co. B. B. station called So. Litttoton. 
lee Littleton. 

W 1 1. MOT, MKREIMAOK—Vov. MO. N. W, fr, C. 30 ni. 
IK. R. K— West AndoTer, 2 m., on Concord BW.^ B. t M. R. R. Daily 

OFFICERS— Cferit, H. K. Mason ; Treat., W. F. btingley ; Select- 
man, C. T. Emons, B. M . Woodwaid, ,1. M. Tewksbiiry ; Bftard of FA- 
Kiea<*'«i», II, 3h Clay t John Towkftbury, W, M. Pilsbiiryj HiHird nf 
\Sm.Uh, A. A.Clarke; G. S Cuniinings, J?'jl(f^;IIoraco Pt)dnck» Centre. 

Postmaster — G- IL Woodward. 

Ins. Agls — F, K. Goodhue, W. LangJey. 

Justices- W. F. Lftugley, M. StrMriiH, F. F. G nod hue, F. H. Clowgli, 
5, F. Flanderfl^ W. S-OoombH^ B, M. Woodward. 

Chyrehes— Cong., H, A. Oooltdge; F. Bap., G. B. Tewkabnry ; 
ietb., Foote. 

Society— Keansarfio Grange* 

Median ics--Blacksinftb, O. II. bm^ley ; cairpoutorfli, Seth Good. 

ne, G» Briggs, J, B- GoTe. II. J, Gaborn ; nnderbriker, Seth <3tK»dbne; 

ntwltaer, F. K. G^xxlhue; jeweler, G, W. Wliittemore; carriage and 
ki^ painter, W. K. Govfn 

■ere h ants— A. T. Langley, C. F. Oovr^ Jeweler, O. W, Whitt*- 



Onild's Green Moiintaiii KIDNEY CUBE. 

See other margina. 

280 BUSINESS DIRBGTOBY. 

Flat— iZ. A.fi.— Potter Place, 2)^ m. on Concord Dir. B. A. M. R.B 
Daily stage. 

Postmaster—Jennie F. Emmons. « 

Chureh—F. Bep., 

Uotel—Winslow Hooee, Keanarge Mt. 

Lftwyer— C. F. Flanders. 

Societies— Prescott Jones Poet, O. A. B.; Charity Lodge, I.O.G.T.; 
Blaokwater Division, S. of T. 

ManufkOturers— Lctatberandgrain, N. P. Cloagh^ft Co.; lumber. 
Mason Bmery; hosiery, John Marphy. 

Meohanics — Blacksmith, Cbas. Bowe; carpenters, D. B. Andrews, 

F. B. Sweatt. 

Merohants— S. Morey, W. S. Coombs. 

Wilson's Crosslnip— Bockineham Co. B. B. station in town 
of Londonderry. Postofflce called Wilson. See Londonderry. 

"WIIaTON, HILLSBOROirOff— Pop. 1,850. 8. W. fr. 0. 41m- 
W. fr. Nashua, 16 m. R. B. 8.^E. Wilton, on B. & M. B. B. 

OFFICERS— CZ<r*, E. A. French; Treat., R. M. Moore; BeUetmm, 
0. O. Telford, O. M. Uartahom, J. F. Herlihy; Board of EducaUm, 
Martha A. Putnam, D. E. Proctor, H. L. Emerson; Board of HtaUh, 
A. A.llamsey, G. VV. Hatch, M. D., B. M. Moore. 

Postmasters— M. J. Herlihy ; West, Mrs. H. 0. Sargent. 

Justices— Moses Clark, C. H. Burns, A. A. Ramsey, D. E. Proctor. 
O. E. Bales, A. N. Burton, R. M. Moore, O. G. Blanohard. 

Banks— Wilton Savings, D. E. Proctor, Pros. ; G. B. Bales, Treas. 

Barbers— A. H. Smith, Frank Lov^oy, Louis Francisca, David Foiv 
bush. 

Churches— Bap»^ Wright; Cong,, 0. H. Dutton; Unit., 

: B. Cath., W.J. O'Connor. 

Ex. Agents— B. W. Heselton, 0. B. Hutchinson. 

Ins. Agts— G. E. Bales, A. A. Bamsey. 

Hotel— Everett House, W. W. Heath. 

Lawyers— C. H. Burns, Geo. E. Bales. 

Livery Stables— M. P. Stanton, L. J. Claflin. 

Societies— Forest Colony, U. O. P. F.; Abiel A. Lirermore Post. 

G. A.B.; Woman's Belief Corps; Laurel Lodge, I. O. O. F; ; May- 
flower Bebekah Lodge; Advance Grange; Clinton Lodge, A. F. A A. 
M.; Charity Lodge, O. E S.; Court Wilton, F. of A.; Ancient Order 
of Hibernians, and Ladies' Auxiliary. 

Manufacturers— Blacksmiths, Bales A Putnam, E. J. Hopkins, C. 
B.Smith ; builders, W. D. Stearns, J. L. Hardy, H. L. Emerson, J. Dria- 
coll; butter, D. Whiting <fc Sons; Howard Furniture Co.; carriages, 
Flint & Gray, Nathan Cragin; cheviots, Wilton Woolen Oo; 
harnes8e8,L(Bwi8 TingIey;knob8, TTest.S. W.Smith; lumber,C.F.Melendy, 
D. Whiting A Sons, Levi Putnam, H. H. Livermore; plows, W. N. 
Patterson i Co ^ shoe shop, Syivanius Hutchinson; tailor, Geo. W. 
Wallace ; wooden wares, Daniel Cragip ; photographer, F. E. Bugbee ; 
painters, D. Sumner, Geo. Hartwell, H. N. Blanchard, llios. Cooley* 
creamery, D. Whiting ib Sons; trunks, Levi Putnam; chalk, Ansei 
French. 

Merchants— S. N. Center & Sons, D. E. Proctor, A. 0. Tonng • 
auctioneers, R. J.Frye, Moses Clark; books and stationery, S. N. Center 



Id's Oreeii MoimtsLin EXDNEY CUBE. 

See other margins. 

BUSINESS OlItKCTORY. 231 



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I, K. A* FronoU, M* f. ytatiton^ F. W. Clark, D. B. Proctor; 

klry. A, H, Smith; mtfit, TolfunJ 1 JEftthews, James Shea, Fred W. 
hatii; miUmnrj^ AWe« MnUi^wi, iLLniiah Hickey ; stovea, tinware 
I cRTp«ta,{}. F. Gilpatrlck; undt-r inker, W. H. Barnes; bakery. L. 
Joly; fl«h, Janiotf Blien; ^fulB,D. Whidnf & Son; fancy boxes, 
lifclui it Frfliicb; ice, D. Wliiting A Sons, W. N. Patterson; laun- 
; Frmnk gLii^. 

Jterary Inslttutlon— Publis Library, Martha Pntnam, lib. 

PhYSicTanS— C. K HiirgiDs, Henr^Trevett, G. W. Hatch, L. 0. P. 

jtssiCQttei deotlrttBi Fmuk M. Peavey, C B. Farnnm. 

Tel, Ag't— R. M. Miwre, Tolepliono ng"!., W. W. Heath, (hotel.) 

BNti^EMT^B^fyMESmiiE^Vap. 2,684. S. W. fr. 0. 66 m. 
\ fr. Kt-eoo, 13 m. J?. R. fi.— Winchester on B. k M. R. B. 
Lsbnetoi Div.) 

OFFICERS— CffffJt, H. W, Bnghani ; Treas., Henry Abbott; Select- 
E. A* ElDgjJiMi, R, W. B(jyi'e,C. W. Scott; Board of Education^ 
Pairce, II. w, Brigb^m, c. J- Forgate; Board of Health, G.W. 
'* D., O. O, AUcn, W. F. f Unt. 

p* Agent— H. T. Combs. 

JiisUces— F. R. Peters, 0, W. Pierce, IF. W. Brigham, J. T. Bnrnap, 

g. AdajiiH, T. II. Lewii, C. B. Munsi^eld, F. D. Lesnre. L. Sabin, J. 

Bid, W- L» R. Ftfkb, fi. F. EI&W6, W. L. Rlxforde, C. B. Slate. C. 

. Scott 

Banks— Winchester Nat'l, E. C. Tfcjayer, Pres.; H. Abbott, Cash. 

Mjurtty Siivltip, J. Ori&ce AleKGtnder, Traas. 

ChUfChes— Cong., H* A. H^neifordj Meth., I. H. Trow; Unir., 
•ar.H, LJETle. 

Holet— Wtpchsftter, 0, H. Eicbardp. Boarding House, Peter Fortier. 

Lawyer— IL W. Brig^ham. 

Llteriirv Institutions— Win elientoi lIiRh School, W. 0. Smith, prin.; 
0)ublic LiLraryt -l^tKW vols., Mnj, A.J l^ttidell, librarian. 

Llvcpy Stables— C. E. Cuprat], A. W. Prouty. 

S06ieties-l'hlJ*j«lan Lodge, A. F. A A. M.; Electa Chapter, 0. E.S.; 
Arlipgton C^mmandtry, U, O. LI. C; Edward N.TaftPost, G. A. R.; 
Woitiaji'B K^liftfOarpEi; Aiihiitilot Loilgo, A. O. U. W.; Cheshire 
Lodge, I. O, Q, F.; Arliogton Gningi-; Awhuelot Colony, tJ. O. P. F. 

Manufacturers— Blue kiln till ■), O It. tUll, B.L.R. Pickett, B. G. Har- 
der, Will WHrftmar<J ; Ihjxijh, A- Dicki-uNon Sons, A. F. Pierce; builders, 
Friink Hildroth. L. G- Morse, \L C, Hildreth, W. H. Hildreth, P. 0. 
Plain trill !fe, T. K. Mtn^o ; ^ lurul^Br, W. H. Jennings, A. F. 
PiMrc^^ pa»ii», A. t)i4:kan44m Sons; puLruIenf hats, E. S. Adams; leather, 
Wiacbeatef Taimerv ibntteF, cr#juniei> (Winchester Creamery; barbers, 
Hi.rper A f raxifr, John Dinagini atcuiu heating, plumbing, etc., lead 
etpe, BtoTOi auii linware, John Ilnl'Mius, B.C. Merrill; painters, B. 
'^.Pickering; masuiiM, B. 0. l:5iSrfip^ni]^ A. S. Baton; shoemaker, 
Gli*r1i^ K. liftrrett; paper bauj^er, Itcjbert Pickering; printer, C. B. 
iBaU-ock; drcttqcimkcra, Mrm. 11. W, nrighani, Mrs. B. B. Gale, Mrs. 
'C«lv^n Tikyiar. 

MtrchafltS— A. M. Burbank, DhII A Ripley, J.H. Bliss, E. L. Holton 
Go,; flUOiioijftBr, 0. Wurdwell; books and stationery, W. H. Guem- 
m-fi boots »utl Ahoed, a U H(ikon Co., J. H. Bliss, D. A. & H. D. 
Oea" dltMSka and wiitcbes, F. It. Pel Bra, J, A. Powers A Son ; clothing, 
.W.L.GrjoanoTP A Co., A.M.Qiirbaiik ; Irngs and medicines, J. A.Powers 
lioa,a*iP«« W. Pierce, E. C. Tborn Co. ; furniture, Woodbury k Les- 

\Mm\ itticflri«ii. Gale A Young, D. A. A H. D. Gee, J. H. Bliss, Ball A 



t>OHTfiR SCREENS are Standard in QnaUty. Por 
sale by all Jobbars. Porter Screen Mfg. Co« 

282 BUSINESS DIRBCTOBT. 

Bipley ; coal and wood, J. D. Dunbar; barnesaea, tronka, etc., J. T. 
Baroap, George W. Brown; meat, Obarlee F.. Wood, George B. Taffc ; 
millinery, Mlaa M. G. Bancroft, Mrs. J. Shakapere ; paper hansings 
and carpets, Woodbury A Lesnre: grain, Ball A Blpley; fertilize 
dealers, JS. L. Alexander, S. M. Morse, Ball St Ripley, W. B. John- 
son ; farmlDg implement, Leri Saben ; milk, D. H. Thompson, E. L. 
Alexander. 

Physicians— B. Brans, G. W. Pierce, A. H. Taft, A. J. Iiobdell ; 
dentists, 0. Daris, T. W. Leach, W.H. it 0. H.Barrett. 

Telegraph Agent— B. L. Holton Go. 

PublTc.Telepnone— B. L. Holton. 

Aahaelot— 8. W. flr. 0.,67; 8. W. tt. Keene, 18 m. M, M, S.-^ 
W. Asbuelot, 2U m., OQ Asbuelot B. B. 

Postmaster— H. H. Pratt. 

Tel. Ag't— H. P. Stone. 

Exp. A SUtion Ag't— J. F. Howard. 

Hotel k Livery Stables— Austin N. Kingsle/, P. German. 

Literary Institutions— Asbuelot Union Library, 700 toIs.; Dickhi- 
son Library. 

Manufacturers— Boxes, A. Dickinson's Sons: warps, Ashnelot Warp 
Go. ; lumber, A. Dickinson's Sons ; paper, Robertson Bros. ; wooImu, 
Asbuelot Manufg Go., B. C. Tbayer, man'r. 

Mechanics— Garpenters,B. G. Stimson, 'A. 'Bolton, J. Smith, John 
Herbert, A. Grenier. 

Merchants- Wright Wood, H. H. Pratt ; meat and general store, 
B. F. Howe. 

WIBTDHAM, ROOKINGBAM— Pop, 632. S. B. ft-, a 33 m: 8. 
W. fr. Bxeter, 23 m. B. R. iSL— Windham Depot on, M. A L. R. R., 2i^ 
m., daily stage ; West W. on N. & R. R. R., 3 m. 

OFFIGERS— CterAe, J. B. Gocbran ; 2Ve<u., H. & Reynolds : Sdectmm^ 
Augustus Barker, Geo. Glark, J. W. Dinsmoon Board of Bducatiiont 

E. A. Haskell, James D. Heald, A. F. Campbell; Board of HeaUh, 
W. G. Harris; J. H. Dhismore, p o Ganobie Lake: A. W. Farmer, 
We»t, 

Postmasters— J. G. Bradford ; D^Dot, B. N. Stickney; We$l, Geo. 
H. Glark. 

Justices— J. P. Growell, Horace Berry, W. G. Harris, H. S. Rey- 
nolds, A. B. Simpson, G. B. Searey, J. B. Gocbran, W. D. Cochran, 
G.H.Clark. 

Church— Pres., J. P. Harper. 

Sta. Ex. k Tel. Agts— Depot, E. B. Glark; Wtst, F. A. Growell. 

Society— Windham Gran^^e. 

Manufacturer- Lumber, D^9ot, G. E. Searey. 

Mechanics— Blacksmiths, I. G. Goodwin ; Wutf A. Hammond, L. 

F. Smith ; carpenters, A. F. Gampbell, Arthur Barker, E K. Gross. 
Merchants— J. G. Bradford; We$t, Geo. H. Olark; Dq)ot, B. N. 

Stickney ; auctioneers, J. G. Bradford, J. A. McVoy. 

Summer Boarders— Mrs. J. S. Glark, Mrs. P. S. Call, J. G. Brad- 
ford ; Ckinobia Lake, G. W. Noyes, G. W. Johnson ; Dq^ot, Frank Bean . 

"Wl^l^HOWt^ HILL8B0B0U0H— Top. 62. S. W. ft-om G. 80 m. 
N. W. fr. Manchester, 32 m. R, R. fi— Hillsborough Bridge, 7 mis, on 
Peterborough and Hillsborough B. R. p. o. ad., Hillsborough Upper 

Q^M^'^SSSSrW I' 1^- ^^'^f^A ^S^d^- A- Holmes: Sdochnen, 
Q. M. RuHsell, J. R. Nelson, A. J. QnfT Board of BducaHoniT, 



OXnXjy'S Green Monntain KIDNEY . CUR15. 

See other margins. 
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 233 

R. Nelson, J. A. Holmes, G. M. Russell; Cbllector^ M. Temple ; Board 
of Health, G. M. Rassell, J. R. Nelson, A. J. Gray, p o Hlllsbor- 
ot^h. 
Justice— A. J. Gray. 

lB¥lntK Road— Grafton Go. R. R. station in town of Bethle- 
hem. See Bethlehem. 

liTiiiiiiaqnaiii- Belknap Go. R. R. station In town of Bel- 
mont. See Belmont. 

lirOliFBOROVGnt CABBOLL— Pop. 3,020. N. B. fr. C. 60 
m; S. fr. Ossipee, 10 m. B. R. A- Wolfborough, on Ports., Gt. Falls 
k Oon. R. B. During navigation direct communication with B. 
AM.R. R., by steamer Mt. Washington, and with G. & M. R. R., by 
steamer Maid of the Isles: Wolfborough Falls 1 m^ Cotton Valley, 6 
m., Gentre, 3 m-, So. Wolfeborough 2 miles. 

OFFICERS— OltfrX;, Joseph G. Avery; Trea»., C. F. Piper; Selectmen, 
F. B. Hersey, John Horn, S. N. Furber,jr. ; Botird q/ SduecOum, 
Albert Rust, G. A. Haines, F. 8. Libbey; Hoard of Health, J. G. 
Gate, J. H. Home, 8. N. Furber, jr. 

Postmasters— F. W. Peaseys; North, Ette Dorr; B(yuih, Mrs. John 
Tabor ; Ead, Lulu Dorr; Centre, G. 0. Dixon ; FaUs, C. 8. Paris. 

Justices-^. G. Gate, J. H. Rust, G. F. Parker, I. B. Manning, 8. 
W. Abbott, J. T. Furber, J. H. Beacham, J. H. Martin, J. H. Bick- 
ford, Ira Banfield, J. L. Goldsmith, G. F. Piper, A. J. Willand, F. W. 
^rindall, 8. W. Clow, F. P. Hobbs, G. H. Tibbetts, J. E. Gridley, F. 
B. Hersey, C. 0. Doe. B. 8. Huntress, G. Warren^ J. N. Gate, H. Wil- 
lard, G. Burke, W. Sherburne, F. Goodwin, E. Lord, T. Whitton, C, 
A. Davis, 0. L. Tonng, J. G. Av^ry, W. J. Britten, Ira Banfield. 

Banks— Wolf boro' Savings, G. F. Parker, Treas.; Wolf boro Loan 
and Trust, Chas. F. Piper, Gash. 

Churches— Christ, P. A. Canada; Gong., E. L. Warren; F. Bap., 
A. M. Freeman; Meth., East, ; Unit., Andrew Hahn; 

Advent, Mark Steveqs. 

Sta. Agt— F. W. Hale; FalU, G. S. Paris. 

Ex. Agn— A. H. Bickford. 

Fire ins. Ag'ts— John H. Beacham, C. F. Parker, Ira Banfield, 8. 
W. Abbott. 

Hotels — KingBwood Inn; Finkclstein ft Goldstein ; Sheridan House, 
W. E. Wiggin; Belleyiew, Mrs. Daniel Home & Son ; Wolfeboro 
Hotel, G. £. Symonds. 

Guides — ^For Sportsmen; fish and game — J. A. Jackson, Daniel 
Kimball, Jones Marden, T. M. Elliott, John Bates, Fred Copp. 

literary Ins. — ^Brewster Free Academy, E. H. Lord, prin. 

Lawyers— S. W. Abbott, E. F. Gate. 

Uvery SUbles— F. P. Hobbs, W. E. Wiggin. 

Societies— Lake Shore Grange; J. R. Newell Post, G.A. R.; 
Woman's Relief Corps; Fidelity Lodge, Kingawood Encampment, I. 
0. 0. F.; Myrtle Rebekah|Lodge; Morning Star Lodge, Carroll 
Phapter, A. F. A A. M.; Warren Chapter, O. E. S.; Carroll Lodge, 
K.ofH.; Carroll Lodge, A. O. O. W.; Wahawa Tribe, I. O. R. M.; 
t^umseh Council, D. of P.; Lake Council, R. A. 

Manufacturers, Mechanics and Arstians— Blankets, So. Wolf- 
borough Woolen M'f*g Co., I. W. Springfield, ag't : blacksmiths, C. 
p. Wentworth, E. G MoLucas, 8. French, G. M. Phinney k Son; 
boots, shoes, M. T. Gate, Spaulding k Sweet; builders, G. 
PrindEtll, A. J. McDonald; shingles and clapboards, 8. Leavitt^ft 
Ion; carriaises, G.H.Gage; excelsior, Brank Hutchins; furniture, 



Save JVeight by ordering Porter Screens shipped direct 
from the Factory. For Mde by all Jobbers. 

Porter Screen Manafacturing CJompany. 

234 BUSINSSS DIRECTOBT. 



W B. Hodge ; Job printer, P. W. Prindall ; leather, Joseph Vai^ 
nevA Co.; CetUre^Q. B. Chamberlain; lumber, V. B. WiUoy, 
Fred 8. Libbey, J. L. Peavy & Co., Hersey Broe.; barber shops, 
Ohamberlin A Hepworth, N. 0. Frosty picture frames, C. O. Doe, 
J L Yonng; marble works, W. E. KIncaid: wood and iron 
repair shop, 8 Leavitt A Son; upholstering, 0. W. Bryant; plumb- 
ing, H. R. Home A Co.; boxes, Libbey Bros., Wolfboro Box Co.; 
undertaker, J. L. Young; steam laundry, Wm«, I. C. Thompson; 
handles, West, 0. P. Perry A Co. . ™. ^, _, 

Merchants— M. C. Clark, C. H. Hersey, A. W. Wiggin; grocenee, 
H. B. Haines, J. Lewando; bakery, T.H. Edgerly ; fruit and confec- 
tionery, O. H. Mason, Jas. Welton, Mike Zelo ; boots and'shoes. I. J. 
Abbott, 8. A. Bdgerley, John Rogers; jewelry, B. 8. Albee. I. J. 
Abbott I ; drugs, B. H. Goodsoe A Co., Wolfboro Drug Store, E. H. 
Thompson; fish, F. P. Dixon, F. E. Corson; meat, William Rogers, 
H W. Furber, B. R. Durgin ; grain, E. D. Barker, R. M. Flanders A 
Co., Yetherly AGrandville; millinery, Henry Jones, Mrs. Annie 
Lovering ; news agent, I. B. Manning ; dry goods, Henry Jones, 
C. H. Johnson; hardware, H. R. Home A Co , C. H. Masonjdothlng, 
Piper A Morrison, F. L. Ham; coal and wood, Bickford A Young ; 
wood, Yetherly k Grandville; general store, Eattf Lulu Dorr, South, 
W. J. Mattlson; FaM«, Fields A Young. 

Physicians— E. 8. Huntress, R. H. King, H. L Berry, N. H. Scott 
G. H. Clough, C. B. Gatton, S. P. Getcholl, P. B. Stevens ; dentist, F. 
B. Meader, 0. Dowlin; veterinary, Geo. B. Wiggin. 

ironolaBcet— Carroll Co. In town of Tamworth. Stage 
from West Ossipee. See Tamworth. 

If oodman'tt— Carroll Co. In town of Wakefield. Stage from 
East Wakefield. See Wakefield. 

WOODSTOCK, GRAFTON—Vov. 341. N. W. fr. C. 62 m ; E. 
fr. Haverhill, 17 m. R. R. <&— Woodstock and N. Woodstock, on Pemi- 
gewassett Valley R. R. Stage to Profile House. 

OFFICERS— CferJfe, B. E. Woodbury; Treat., C. S. Butler, Sdectmen, 
W. F. Butler, A. W. Sawyer, M. H. Kendall; Board qf, Education, W. 
L. B. Hunt, H. W. Currier, F. N. Gilman ; Trustees, L. E. Hunt, F. 
N Gilman, Mark Tisdale; XifrroriatM, F.N. (^Urnan; North, Nellie 
Russellt Board of Health, North, J. A. Drew, M. D., G. R. Wood- 
bury, E. L. Bell, M. D. 

Postmasters— B. L. Peaslee; North, B.B. Fox; Fair View, A. 
N. Sawyer. 

Justices— J. W. Campbell, F. P Weeks, Arthur Hunt^ A. B. Saw- 
yer, F. N. Gilman, A. W. Sawyer, W. L. B. Hunt, T. J. Gilman, H. D. 
£mmons, E. S. Sanborn, S. N. Weeks. 

Churches- Bap., ; North, F. Bap., C. S. Perkins. 

Express Agents— Am.. D. B. Baston ; North, F. D. Morey. 
Hotel— French's Hotel, J. N. French, prop. 
Manufacturers, Mechanics and Artisans— Blacksmiths, F. W. 
Sellingham ; North, A. £. Allen, J. C. W. Fifield ; lumber, J. M. 
Moulton, Plnmmer Fox, C. L. Parker, G. F. Gordon; carpenter and 
builder, E. E. Woodbury; painters, F. Lear, I. E. Hanson; laundry, 
Hardy A Dobson. 

Merchants— B. F. Peaslee; North, F. S. Merrill, H. S. Sanborn, 
James Padden: clotbiug. North, Robert Newman, F. A. Pox ; drug- 
gists, North, N. F. Sleeper ; photographer, North, B. 8. Sanborn, 



I 



GUHtfD'S Green Mountain Kidney Cure, the best remedy ever 
made for kidney trouble. Handled by druggists all over the 
-worlds or will be sent by the proprietor, 

J. H. GUII^D, M. D,i Rupert, Vt 



BU8INBSS DIBKCTORY. 



235 



* Sammer Boarding Houses— N. Boynton, B. L. Peaslee ; yorth, Deer 
Park Hotel, J. R. Elliott, prop.; Ruisell House, G. F. Russell, 
prop. ; Mt. View House, S. S. Sharron, prop. ; Fairvlew House, A. W, 
Sawyer, prop. ; North Woodstock House, W. F. Butler, prop. ; Parker 
House.C. L. Parker, prop ; Cascade House, G. H. & L. H. Russell, 
prop.; The lunette, T. J. Gilman, prop. ; AIpine'House, J. H. Batch- 
elder, prop.; Agassiz House, W. Smith, prop. : Sanborn's Inn, David 
Sanborn, prop.; Mt. Park House, A. H. Smith, prop; Pine Ridge 
House, T. L. Stewart, prop. 

W€M>dBirille— Orafton Go. R. R. station in town of Haverhill. 
See Haverhill. 



Zealand— Coos Co. 

GirroU. 



R.R. station in town of Carroll. See 




TIME IS MONEY, 

and if you advertise in the 

Yennont and Nei HampsMre Registers 

It will bring you business and 
then money- 




286 XXKCUTIVJB DKPABTIOENT. 

GoYemment of New HaipsMre, 1897-9. 

M tfu following lUtf r duignaUi r^imbUcant amd d democraU, 
EXECUTITE. 

QiOROi A. Bamspbll. Nashua, Gorernor from Jan., 1897 to Jan., 1899. 
District No. 1— Joseph O. Hobbs, r. North Hampton, ' 

*' ** 2~Allen N. Clspp, r. Bfanchester, 

«( «• 8— George W. Gumminn, r. Francestown, -Oonncilora. 

II II 4_Walter 8. Darls, r. Hopkinton, 

" " 6— Charles F. Piper, r. Wolfboroagh, 
BsRA S. Stiarns, Rindge. Secretary of State. 
S. H. STBABR8, Concord, Deputy Secretary of State. 
Solon A. Cartib, Concord, State Treasurer. 
H. F. GiRRiSH, Concord, Deputy State Treasurer. 
Arthur B. Clark, Manchester, State Printer. 
JoHR C. LiMRHAN, Goucord, Insurance Commissioner. 
Julian F. Tbask, Laconia, Labor Commissioner. 
Frid Qowino, Nashua. Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
A. D. Atlino, Concord, AdiJutant General. 
Irtino a. Watson, Concord, Secretary of State Board of Health. 
N. J. Baohkldbb, AndoTer, Secretary of Board of Agriculture. 
C. A. DoLi, Lebanon, Secretary of Board of Equalisation. 
Arthur H. Chasb, Concord, State Librarian. 
Charlis B. Cox, Manchester. Warden of State Prison. 
BowARD M. Nahon, Concord, Janitor of State House. 

I^EGISliATITE.— The Senate, ISOV to 1999. 

GFFICBRS— Chester B. Jordan, Lancaster, Pres.; William R. Jar- 
vis, Claremont, Clerk ; Thomas F. Clifford. Concord, Assistant Clerk ; 
John Demertit, Madbury, Sergeant-at-Arms ; Henry B. Steams 
Manchester, Messenger; Horace B. Sherburne, Penacook, Doorkeeper. 
District No. 1 — Chester B. Jordan, r. Lancaster. 

^ 2— Charles E. Gieenleaf; r. Franconia. 

** 3 — Henry M. Cheney, r. Lebanon. 

" 4— Samuel B. Wiggin, r. Sandwich. 

*« 6— A. Crosby Kennett, r. Conway. 

" 6— Charles C. Kenrick, r. Franklin. 

" 7— Seth M. Richards, r. Newport.. 

" 8— Thomas N. Hastings, r. Walpole. 

" 9--Willi8 Q. Buxton, r. Boscawen. 

'* 10— Gardner B. Bmmons, r. Concord. 

** 11 — James G. Fellows, r. Pembroke. 

^ 12— Albert Wallace, r. Rochester. 

•• 13— Frederick A. Faulkner, r. Keene. 

«» 14 — Lemuel F. Liscom, r. Hinsdale. 

" 15— Charles'Scott, r. Peterborough. 

♦• 16— Loring B. Bodwell, r. Manchester. 

" 17— Zebulon F. Campbell, r. Manchester. 

<* 18— Timothy J. Howard, d. Manchester. 

** 19 — Horace S. Ashley, r. Nai^ua. 

♦» 20— Nathaniel Wentworth, r. Hudson. 

" 21— Rufus B. Graves, r. Brentwood. 

" 22— John T. Welch, r. Dover. 

23— Frank H. Durgin r. Newmarket. 

24— John W. Emery, d. Portsmouth. 

Republicans 22; Democmts 2. 



HOUSE OF BBPBBSBNTATIVES. 



237 



Konse of RepreflentatiTeS) January* 180V-990. 

Democrats in Italics. 
OFFIOEBS— James F. Briggs, Manchester, Speaker ; Elipbalet F. 
Philbricic, Concord. Clerk; Henry B. Brock, Conway, Assistant Clerk; 
James H. Willoaghby, Nashua, Sergeant-at-Arms ; John Woodward, 
Littleton, John H. Willey, Manchester, Edwin P. Hunt, HarrisTille, 
Charles W. Torr, Dover, Doorkeepers ; Rev. F. L. Phalen, Concord, 
ChAplain; J. F. Estes, Meredith, J. W.Odlin, Concord. Bdward Plum- 
mer, Manchester, F. P. Bichardson, Concord, R. W. Gordon, Canaan, 
pages. 

ROOKINOHAM COUNTY. 



Atkinson, did not send. 
Anhum, Martin L. Piper 

Brentwood, Arthur W.Dudley 
Oandia, George B. Baton 

Chester, Arthur H. Wilcomb 
Danville, A. M. Johnson 

Deerfleld, Loring D. Ladd 

Derry, Alvin J. Seavey 

Edwin N. Whitney 
Bast Kingston, did not send. 
Spping, Jbram W. MitcheU 

Exeter, William P. Chadwick 
Rufus N. Blwell 
Sperry French 
John D. Lyman 
Fremont, Arthur T. Smith 

Greenland, Bdwin C. Foss 

Hampstead, James W. Sanborn 
Hampton, Warren M. BcUchetder 
Hampton Falls, W. J. Prescott 
Kensington, Ber^. O. MouUon 
Kingston, William A. Bakie 

Londonderry, R. W. Pillsbnry 
Newcastle, Oliver V. Handall 
Newington, did not send. 
Newfields, Charles B. Durell 
^ Republicans 46 



Newmarket, John H. Griffin 

Alvah H. Place 
Newton, N. G. Whiddcn 

North Hampton, Geo. L. Garland 
Northwood, Charles A. Brickett 
Nottingham, Wm. F. Watson 
Plaistow, Arthur B. Hoyt 

Portsmouth — 
Ward 1, William B. Pieroe 
George B. Wallace 
Ward 2, Herbert B. Dow 
John Pender 
Harnr B. Teaton 
Ward 8, William Sladen 
Ward 4, Charles W. Coleman 
Ward 6. Michael J. Griflin 
Raymond, George H Guptill 
Rye, Oharles A. Drake 

Salem, 0. F. Kimball 

James Bwins 
Sandown, George S. Sanborn 
Seabrook, Frank B. Locke 

Southampton, did not send. 
Stratham, J. C. A. Wiogate 

Windham, Horace Berry 

Democrats 6. 



STRAFFORD COUNTT. 



Barrington, J. H. Waterhouse 
Dovei 
Ward 1, R. C. Berry 

J. F. Stevens 
Ward J, Chesley Drew 

Joseph N.Holt 

Adams T. Pelrce 
Ward 8, J. B. Stevens 

J. W. Leavitt 
Ward 4, H. A. Worthen 

T. E. Vamey 

B. P. Pelrce 
Wards, J." J: Caegidy 

David McFadden 
Durham, Daniel Chesley 



Farmington, 



George V. Card 
Henry 0. Nntter 
John D. Otis 
Frank D. Randall 
James U. Demeritt 
Frederick A. Orne 
Frank G. Home 
H. E.Chamberlin 



Lee, 

Mad bury, 

Middleton, 

Milton, 

New Durham, 

Rochester — 
Ward 1, John I. Rankin 
Ward 2 George V. Severance 
Ward 3, John £. Meader 
Ward 4, Edward L. Miles 
Ward 6, Charles W. Gerrish 
Ward 6, Osmon B. Wazren 



dOUSE OF BSPBBSSKTATlVBd. 



Rellinsford, Bdward A. SteTent 

Fred Plumer 
Someraworth, — 
Ward 1, DftTid B. PierM 
Ward 2, Fred Wieener 

Bepnbl leans 30 ; Democrat! 6. 



Ward 8, NapoUoH H. Gilbert 
Ward 4, Michad O'MaUey 
Ward 6, Bdwin A. BIchmond 
Strafford, Frcaik H. HaU 



BBLKNAP COUNTY. 



Alton, 

Bamttead, 

BelmoDt, 



William B. Olongh 
LymaD H. Jenkins 
Francis L. Gerald 
Oenter Harbor, did not send. 
Gilford, Charl«» W. XoUint 

Gllmanton, George F. Kelley 
Laconia,— 
Ward 1, David B. Btory 
Ward 2, Stephen 8. Jewett 

Bepublicans 13; 



Ward 8, Elmer 8. Tilton 
Ward 4, James McGIongblin 
Ward 5, Samuel H. Martin 
Ward 6, Bansom D. Bozstell 

Clarence W. Plummer 
Meredith, Fred H. Smith 

New Hampton, \J<nmh C. TUtcm 
Sanbornton, Cvros Swahi 

Tilton, Bdwin G. Morrison 

Democrats 8. 



CABBOLL COUNTY. 



Albany, did not send. 
Bartlett, Joel F. Bobinson 

Brookfleldj WiUiam A. Bixby 
Chatham, Edwin S. Lang 

Conway, J. B. Morrill 

Nathan W. Pease 
Eaton, Everett A. Stanley 

EflSngham, James M. Leayitt 
Freedom, Qeorgt I, Philbrick 
Hart's Location, did not send. 
Jackson, J. B. Hnrlin 

BepablicanslS; 



Madison, John H. Borke 

Monltonborongh, Jas. E. French 
Ossipee, Dana J. Brown 

Sandwich, Henry F. Dorr 

Tamworth, John D. Hidden 

Tuftonborongh, Jacob Hodgdon 
Wakefield, Luther P. Wiggin 
Wolfeborough, James SteTenson 
George A. Carpenter 
Joseph Lewando 

Democrats 4. 



I MBBBIMACK COUNTY. 



Allenstown, [ Ernest Fontaine 
Andoyer, J^ • Barron Shirley 
Boecawen, Frank L. Gerrish 

Bow, John B. Baker 

Bradford, Freeman H. Gillingbam 
Canterbury, Philip C. Clough 
Chichester, Otis T. Mazfleld 

Concord, — 
Ward 1, Henry E. Chamberlin 
John H. Moore , 
Ward 2, Daniel B. Sanborn 
Ward 3, George Partridge " 
Ward 4, James 0. Lyford 
Myron J. Pratt 
Timothy P. SulliTan 
Ward 6, Frank Battles 

Bei^amin C. White 
Ward 6, Samuel P. Patterson 

C. C.NutUr 
Ward 7, Horace L. Ingalls 
James W. Lane 



Ward 8, Howard F, HiU 
Ward 9, Wtiliam J. Ahem 

Danbury, C. A. Martin 

Dunbarton, did not send. 

Epsom, James L. Bickford 

Franklin,— 
Ward 1, Walter H. Stewart 
Ward 2, Dennis E. BuUivan 
Ward 3, Fred Aiken 



Fred N. Webster 

Charles F. Adams 

Robert B. Neal 

Arthur G. Robie 

Cynu F. Duetin 

Edward D. French 

Jeremiah A. Clough 

Newbury, voted not to send. 

New Tiondon, *Edwin P. Burpee 

Nortbfield, Daniel E. Hill 

Pembroke, Almon F. Burbank 

George E. Gordon 



Henniker, 

Hill, 

Hooksett, 

Hopkinton, 

Loudon, 



HOUSE OF RBPRESBNTATIVES. 



239 



Pembroke, George B. Miller Sutton, John H. Keyser 

Pittsfield, Newman Dnrell Warner, BeDjamin F. Heath 

John S. Rand Webster, Roger B. Foster 

SaliBbnry, Andrew H. Parsohs Wilmot, Samuel C. WaXdron 

i^ TWtd» fif id 

Bepablicans 36; Democrats 10. 



HILLSBOROUOH COUNTT. 



Amherst, 

Antrim, 

Bedford, 

Bennington, 

Brook line, 

Beering, 



Bugene 0. Hubbard 

Henry A. Hurlin 

Edmund B. Hull 

Herbert A. Eaton 

O. D. Feasenden 

Charlet W. Foraaith 



Vranceetown, B. iV. H. Farnnm 
Ck>ibtown, John W. Hoit 

Charles E. Pollard 
Greenfield, George P. Holt 

GreenTille, Isaiah Wheeler 

Hancock, Jamu S. Hayward 

Hillsborough, Andrew J. Orooker 
Willis S. Marcy 
Hollis, Charles E. Hardy 

Hudson, ^ Edwin S. Going 
Ityndeborough, Harry R. Chase 
Litchfield, did not send. 
Manchester,— 

Ward 1, Joseph B. Baril 

Albert 8. Raymond 
Charles D. Snmner 
Ward 2, tames F. Briggs 
George E. Heath 
Albert M. Marr 
Ward 3, Harry B. Oilley 

George M. L. Lane 
Gyrus H. Little 
Jesse B. Pattee 
Henry G. Seaman 
Emil A. SylTain 
Ward 4, Charles H. Bodwell 
Warren Harvey 
Desire LaneWlle 
Chas. H. Richardson 
John 8. Wheeler 
Harrie M. Young 
Ward 5, John A .' Connolly 
Arthur AlUn 
John T. KeUy 
Andrew J. Murray 
Timothy J. Connors 
^ John A. WhaUn 
Ward 6, Herbert 8. Clough 
Frank H. Libbey 



Byron E. Moore 

Nelson W. Paige 

Ward 7, Johann A. Graf 

Albert 8. Thompson 
Ward 8, James Spence 

Andrew U. Wallace 
Henry Weber 
Ward 0, Joseph Lariviere 

Mederique R. Maynard 
Horace P. Simpson 
John F. Martin 
Mason, Henry B. Hosmer 

Merrimack, Harrison E. Herrick 
Milford, Charles D. Holt 

William R. Howard 
A. L. Keyes 
Mont Vernon, W. G. Burnham 
Nashua, — 
Ward 1, James E. Colburn 
Charles H. Holden 
Ward 2, B. 0. Buttrick 

H. A. Marsh 
Ward 3, H. T. Ledoux 

J. F. Garvey 
Ward 4. C. H. Morse 
Ward 6, J. P. Cronin 
Ward 6, W. A. Cummings 

W. H. Grecnleaf 
Ward 7, N,ff. Proctor 

W. A. Shedd 
Ward S, R. R. Hooper 

A. T. Tyler 
Ward 9, Lotie I. Minard 
Alphonse Chagnon 
New Boston, Henry Kelso 

New Ipswich, W. R. Thompson 
Pelham, George C, Jackman 

Peterborough, Silas M. Smith 
Forest G. Field 
Sharon, did not send. 
Temple, did not send. 
Weare, John W. Hanson 

Wilton, Oeorge E. BdU8 

8. B, Center 
Windsor, d^ not send. 



Republicans, 66; Democrats, 19. 



240 



HOUSB OF BEPBB8BNTATIVBS. 



OHBSHIRB OOUNTT. 



AUtMtd, V. M. ForriBtall 

GhMterileld, JamM 0. Farwall 
Dublin, Obarles F. Appleton 

FitswilliMD, Samael S. Stone 
Oiltam, Herbert B. Adams 

HarrisTUIe» Francis Stratton 
UinMlale, J. W. Jeffords 

O. C. Holton 
J affray, Deroatns P. Emery 

Keene,— 
Ward 1, Daniel 0. Howard 
Adolph W. Preisler 
Ward 3, Aaron R. Oleaeon 
Ward 3, Alf^«Hl T. Batohelder 
Ward 4, Bertram Ellis 
Ward 5, Daniel W. Barker 

Bepnblioans 26 



SULUTAN 
George P. Dickey 



Aoworth, 
Obarles town, 
Glareroont, 



N. G. Brooks 

Bnrt Obellls 

F. £. Freeman 

W.M. Smith 

George T. Stockwell 

J. M. Whipple, Jr 

Oornish, William W. Balloch 

Orovdon, Alonso Allen 

Goshen, did not send. 

BepnblicanB 16 



Harlborong^, Ohas. O. Whitney 
Marlow, R. F. Oiaig 

Nelson, did not send. 
Richmond, did not send. 
Rindge, Clarence B. Towne 

Rozbiiiy, Ohas. W. Backminster 
Stoddard, OharUt H. Merrill 

SnlliTan, Henry W. Hubbard 
Sorry, Mason A. Oarpenter 

Swansey, James M. Ramsdell 
Troy, Alra 8. Olark 

Walpole, Jaimet Barrtai 

John W. FttntUs 
Westmoreland, Fred B. Oole 

Winchester, .Andrew J. Hills 
John P. Hatting 
Democrats S. 



OOUNTT. 
Grantham, 
Langdon, did 
Lempster, 
Newport, 



Plainfleld, 

Springfield, 

Sunapee, 

Unity. 

Washington, 

; Democrats 



OtorgeH, Walker 
not send. 

B. N. Gordon 

Henry Tnbba 

E. H.Oarr 

B. G. Beers 

Orrin F. Hill 

John Z. Bartlett 

G. W. Morgan 

IramF, Woodt 

8. 



GRAFTON OOUNTT. 



Alexandria, Warrtn F, KeyitT 
Ashland, Frank L. Hughes 

Bath, Henry 0. Oarbee 

Benton, William Kendall 

Bethlehem, B, E. Bishop 

Bridgewater, did not send. 
Bristol, Ira A. Chase 

Oampton, Darid B. Pnlsifer 

Canaan, Richard R. Smith 

Dorchester, Wm. B. Park, Jr. 
Easton, did not send. 
Ellsworth, Samuel Bherbwm 

Enfield, G. £. Whitney 

Franoonia, Elmore Whipple 

Grafton, Edwin L. iiargent 

Oroton, Llewellyn L. CheeTer 
Hanover, John L. Bridgman 
Newton S. Huntington 
Haverhill, Charles R. Gibson 
Francis S. Sleeper 
Hebron, George B. Barnard 

Holdemess, Robert P. Curry 

Landaff, James K. P. Young 

Lebanon, Henry M. Day 

Republicans 31 • 



_ S.Rogers 
Milton S. Woodman 
Lincoln, James B. Henry 

Lisbon, Almon B. Parker 

lAtcien F. Ash 
LitUeton, William H. BeUows 
Benjamin W. Rilbam 
Frank I. Parker 
Livermore, did not send. 
Lyman, Charles B. Wooleon 

Lyme, David A. Grant 

Monroe, Charlee H. Hosford 

Orange John H, French 

Orford, Edwin 0. Franklin 

Piermont, Abram D. Ford 

Plymouth Walter W. Mason 
Henry C. Currier 
Rumney, Henry W. Herbert 

Thornton, John F. MerriU 

Warren, J^VafO; O. Clement 

Watenrillc, did not send. 
Wentworth, John B. Fbiter 

Woodstock, did not send. 

Democrats 11. 



OONGRESSIONAL DISTBIOTS. 241 

C05S COUNTY. 



Berlin, Oarlos P. Day 

Oliver Lambert 

John L. Oswell 
Carroll, William A. Barron 

darks ville, did not send. 
Golebrook, Henry H. Gould 

Colombia, Miles W. Gray 

Dalton, Joseph W. Brown 

Dnmmer, did not send. 
Errol, did not send. 
Gorham, Alfrtd N. TwitcTuU 
Jefferson, B. A. Crawford, Jr. 
Lancaster, George A. Hartford 

B^nblicans 10 ; Democrats 2. 
Total—Bepnblicans 291 ; Democrats 66. 



Lancaster, G. W. Lane 

J. A. Monahan 
Milan, James T. Vincent 

Northumb'rVnd, F. G. McKellips 
Pittsburg, F. H. Washburn 

Randolph, did not send. 
Shelburne, Wesley W. Wheeler 
Stark, JoJtn Itoberts 



Stewartstown, Perley Knapp 
Stratford, William R. Danforth 
Went. Location, did net send. 
Whitefield, Frank D. Bell 

Charles F. Noyes 



THE GOYEBNOB 

of New Hampshire is chosen biennially according to Statute of June 
1877, on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, by a 
mt^ority vote. In case of no election by the people, the Legisla- 
ture elects one of the two persons having the highest number of 
votes. The constitutional title of the Governor is BU Excellency. 

To be eligible to the office of Governor, one must be thirty years 
old, and an inhabitant of the State for seven years last preceding his 
inaognration. In case of the death, disability or resignation of the 
Governor, the office is filled by the President of the Senate; and in 
case the offices of Governor and President of the Senate both become 
vacant, then the office of Governor is filled by the Speaker of the 
Hoose of Representiitives. 

The Executive Council consists of five Councillors, elected by dis- 
tricts, at the same time and in the same manner as the Governor. 

The Governor and Council appoint all judicial officers — the attor- 
ney general. Justices of the peace, notaries, coroners, Judges of 
probate and general and field officers of the militia. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

The First District comprises the counties of Rockingham, Strafford, 
Belknap and Carroll ; and Allenstown, Canterbury, Ohicliester, Epsom 
Hooksett, Loudon, Northfield, Pembroke, and Pittsfield, in the county 
of Merrimack \ and Bedford, Goffstown, Merrimack, Hudson, Litch- 
field, Manchester and Pelham, in the connty of Hillsborough. Rep- 
resentative, Cyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester. 

The Second District comprises the counties of Cheshire, Sullivan, 
Grafton and Coos; and Andover, Boscawen, Bow, Bradford, Concord, 
Danbory, Dunbarton, Franklin, Henniker, Hill, Hopkinton, Newbury, 
New London, Salisbury, Sutton, Warner, Webster, and Wilmot, in the 
connty of Merrimack ; and Amherst, Antrim, Bennington, Brookline, 
Deering, Franceetown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Hillsborough, 
HoUis, Lyndeborongh, Mason, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, New 
Boston, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Sharon, Temple, Weare, Wilton, 
and Windsor, in the connty of Hillsborough. Representative, prapk 
G. Glarke, Peterborough. 



242 8BKAT0BIAL DISTRICTS. 

COUNCILOR DISTRICTS. 

OooncIIor dUrtrlct number one is composed of and contains the 
towns of Allenstown. Bamstead, (^uidis^ Chichester, Deerfield, Bp< 
ping, Epsom, Gilford, Qilmanton, Greenland, Laconia, London, New 
casUe, Newington, Newmarket, North Hampton, North wood, Notting- 
ham, Portsmouth, Pittsfleld, Raymond, Rye, Stratham, and Straf- 
ford county. 

Councilor district number two is composed of and contains the 
towns of Atkinson, Auburn. Brentwood, Bow, Chester, Danrille,, 
Derry, Dunbarton, Bast Kingston, Bxeter, Fremont, uampstead, 
HAmpton, Hampton Falls, Hooksett, Hudson, Kensington, Kingston 
Litchfleld, Londonberry, Manchester, Newfields, Newton, Pelham* 
PliUstow, Salem, Sandown, Seabrook, South Hampton, and Windham. 

Councilor district number three is composed of and contains the 
towns of Amherst, Antrim, Bedford, Bennington, Brookline, Deer- 
ing,Francestown, Qoflstown, Greenfield. Green rille, Hancock, HoIIis, 
Lyndeborough, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, 
New Boston, New Ipswich,* Peterborough, Sliaron, Temple, Weare, 
Wilton, Windsor, and Cheshire county. 

Councilor district number four is composed of and contains the 
towns of Andover, Ashland, Belmont, Boscawen, Bridgewater, Brad- 
ford, Bristol, Canterbury, Concord, Danbury, Franklin, flanorer, 
^Henniker, Hill, Hillsborough, Hopkinton, Lebanon, Lyme, New- 
bury, New Hampton, New London, Northfleld, Orford, Pembroke, 
Salisbury, Sanbornton, Sutton, Tilton, Warner, Webster, Wilmot,ancl 
SuUiTan county. 

Councilor district number fire is composed of and contains the 
towns of Alexandria, Alton, Bath, Benton, Bethlehem. Campton, 
Canaan, Centre Harbor, Dorchester, Easton, Ellsworth, Enfield, 
Franconia, Grafton, Groton,HaTerhill, Hebron, Holdemess, Landaff, 
Lincoln, Lisbon, Littleton, Livermore, Lyman, Monroe, Meredith, 
Orange, Piermont, Plymouth, Rnmney, Thornton, Warren, Water-^ 
Tille, Wentworth, Woodstock, Carroll county, and Coos county. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

The state contains twenty-four senatorial districts, each of which 
may elect one senator to the legislature once in two years. 

District number one contains Coos County. 

District number two contains Bath, Benton, Bethlehem, Dorcheeter, 
Easton, Ellsworth, Franconia, Groton, HaTcrhill, Hebron, Landaff, 
Lincoln, Lisbon, Littleton, Livermore, Lyman, Monroe, Rumney, 
Thornton, Warren, Waterville, Wentworth, and Woodstock. 

District number three contains Alexandria, Bristol, Canaan, Dan- 
bury, Enfield, Grafton, Hanorer, Hill, Lebanon, Lyme, New London, 

range, Orford, Piermont, and. Wilmot. 

District number four contains Alton, Ashland, Belmont, Bridge- 
water, Campton, Centre Harbor, Gilford, Gilmanton, Holdemess, La- 
conia, ward 6, Monltonborough, New Hampton, Plymouth, Sandwich 
Tuftonborongh, and Wolfeborough. * 



ftttNATORlAL DiSTRlCtS. 



IMstrict namber six contains Andorer, Franklin, Laoonia, wards t; 
2, 3, 4, 5, Meredith, Northfield, Salisbury, Sanbornton, and Tilton. 

District number seren contains*Acworth, Charlestown, Glaremont, 
Oomish, Croydon, Ooshen, Grantham, Langdon, Lempster, Newport 
> Flainfieldi, Springfield, Sunapee, and Unity. 

District number eight contains Alstead, Antrim, Bennington, Brad< 
ford, Deering, Francestown, Qreenfleld, Hancock, Lyndeborough, Mar- 
low, Mont Vernon, New Boston, Newbury, Stoddard, Sutton, Walpole, 
Washington, Weare, and Windsor. 

District number nine contains Boecawen, Bow, Concord, ward seren, 
Dnnbarton, Goflbtown, Uenniker, Hillsborough, Hooksett, Hopkinton 
Warner, and Webster. 

District number ten contains Concord, wards two, four, flye six 
and nine. 

District number eleven contains Allenstown, Auburn, Candia, Can- 
terbury, Chichester, Concord, wards one, three and eight, Deerfield, 
^som, Loudon, Pembroke, Pittsfield, and Raymond. 

District number twelve contains Harrington, Milton, Northwood, 
Nottingham, Rochester, and Somersworth. 

District number thirteen contains Gilsum, Eeene, Marlborough, 
Nelson, Boxbury, Sullivan, and Surry. 

District number fourteen'contains Chesterfield, Dublin, Fitzwilliam,' 
Harrisrille, Hinsdale, Jaffrey, Richmond, Rindge, Swanzey, Troy, 
Westmoreland, and Winchester. 

District number fifteen contains Amherst, Brookline, Greenville, 
Hollis, Mason, Milford, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Sharon, Temple, 
and Wilton. 

District number sixteen contains Manchester, wards one and. two. 

District number seventeen contains Blanchester, wards three, four, 
and seven. 

District number eighteen contains Manchester, wards five, six, and 
eight. 

District number nineteen contains Bedford, Derry, Litchfield, Lon- 
donderry, Merrimack, Nashua, wards one, two, and three, and Wind- 
ham. 

District number twenty contains Hudson, Nashua, wards four, five, 
six, seven, eight and nine, Pelham, and Salem. 

District number twenty-one contains Atkinson, Brentwood, Chester, 
DanTille, Bast Kingston, Bx-eter, Fremont, Hampstead, Hampton, 
Hampton Falls, Kensington, Kingston, Newflelds, Newton, Plaistow, 
Sandown, Sei^brook, and South Hampton. 

District number twenty-two contains Dover, wards one,' two, and 
three, Durham, Lee, Madbury, and Rollinsford. 

District number twenty-three contains Dover, wards' four and five, 
Spping, Greenland, Newington, Newmarket, North Hampton, Ports- 
month, ward three JBye.and Stratham. 

District number twenty-four contains Newcastle And Portsmouth, 
wards one^ two, and four. 



244 SBNATOBIAL TOTE. 

Senatorial] Tote, Not«, 189e* 

No. 1.— C. B. Jordan, r, 3136; B. H. Weston, d, 1723 ; Scatttering, 13 
Mo. 2.-0. H. Greenleaf, r. 2360; A. H. Loighton, d, 1688; Scatt&- 

ing, 109. 
No. 3.— H. It Cheney, r, 2868 ; J. S. Shepard, d, 1096 ; Scattering, 62 
No. 4.— 8. B. Wiggin, r, 8106 : J. N. McOoy, d, 1401 ; Scattering, 08 
No. 6.— A. 0. Kennett, r, 2479; J. O. Gerry, d, Is 86; 8catteridg,63 
No. 6—0. 0. Kenriok, r, 2704; M.J. Deriney, d,1381; Scattering, 6 
No. 7.-8. H.^ichardfl, r, 2486 ; cC M. lioete, d, 1126; Scattering, 1. 
No. 8.— T. N. Hattingt, r, 2169; A. F. Niems, d,1482; Scattering, 1. 
No. 9.— W. Q. Buxton, r, 2408 ; J. R. Cogswell, d, 1221 ; Scattering, 

63. 
No. 10^— O. B. Bmmons, r, 1681 ; Fred Leighton, d, 981 ; Scattering, 

104. 
No. 11.— J. G. Fellows, r, 2826 ; Warren Tripp, d, 1901*; Scattering, 

No. 12.— Albert Wallace, r, 2636; J. F. Quinlan. d, 1262; Scatter* 
ing, 97 • 

No. r.— F. A. Fanlkner, r, 1684; J J. Colony, d,614; Scattering, 2, 

No. 14.— L. F. LIscom, r, 2016 ; u. W. Patten, d, 618; Scattering, 1. 

No. 16.— Charles Scott, r. 1609; J. L. Hardy, d, 831 ; Scattering, 3. 

No. 16.— L. B. Bodweli, r, 1160; J. W. Center, d, 417 ; Scattering,0. 

No. 17.— Z. F. Campbell, r, 1829 ; H. N. Hall, d, 638; Scattering, 0. 

No. 18.— D. W. Perkins, r, 1706 ; T. J. Howard, d, 2267 ; Scattering, 
287. 

No. 19.— H. S. Ashley, r, 2068; G. W. Whittemore, d, 799; Scatter. 
Ing, 1. 

No. 20.— Nathaniel Wentworth, r, 1982 ; P. J. Connell, d, 1346; Scat- 
tering, 0. 

No. 21.— R. B. Grares, r, 2646 ; B. G. Bennette, d, 1106 ; Scattering 
110. 

No. 22.— J. T. Welch, r, 1690 ; M. F. Nelson, d, 732; Scattering, O, 

No. 28.— F. H. Durgin. r, 1663 ; G. N. Prescott, d, 1314; Scattering, 0. 

No. 24.— W. 0. Sides, r, 861; J. W Emery, d, 1202 ; Scattering, 2. 

COUNCILLOR VOTB. 

BisnuOT No. 1.— J. O. Hobbs, r, 10,614; G. B. French, d, 6630; Scat- 
tering, 290. 

DisiRiCT No. 2.— A. N. Clapp, r, 9363 ; W. P. Farmer, d, 4667; Scat- 
tering, 237. 

District No. 8— G. W. Cummlngs, r, 9871; 0. M. Morse, d, 4826; 
Scattering, 29H. 

District No. 4— W. S. Davis, r, 11,103 ; G. R. Stone, d, 6793; Scat- 
tering, 289. 

District No. 6—0. F. Piper, r, 9406 ; G. H. Colby, d, 6965 ; Scatter- 
ing, 366. 

YOTBS FOR MBMBBRS OF OONGRBSS. 

first district. 

C. A. Sulloway. r, 25,661 ; J. B. Nash, d, 13,928 ; H. E. Brown, pro. 
614 ; J. A. Whittier, pop., Ill ; B. W. Coolidge, National, 121 ; 
B. T. Whitehouse, labor, 826. 

sxcoim district. 

^' ®;L.9*"i*» J» «f'5^ ♦ ^' M. White, d, 13,877 ; A. W. Work, pro. 
644; E. M. Blodgett, pop., 178 ; A. H. brnry, National, IM. 



lOLITABT DBPABTIOBNT. 245 

CONGRESSIONAL DBLBGATION. 
Wm. B. Ohandler, Concord, to Mar. 4, 1901. > a^„s^, 
Jacob H. GalUnger, Concord, to Mar. 4, 1903./ ««»«ior«. 

Bepreuntativet. 

ViBST DiBTBiOT.— O. A. SuUoway, r, Manchester, from March 4, 
1897, to March 4, 1899. 

SscoND DiSTBiOT.— V. G. Clarke, r, Peterborongh, from March 4, 
1897, to March 4, 1899. 

MHJTABT DBPABTMBNT. 

The State militia now known as the New Hampshire National 
Guard, is organised as one brigade under the command of Brigadier 
General G. M. L. Lane with headquarters at Manchester. Xt is divided 
into three regiments of infantry of eight companies each ; one compa- 
ny of cavalry f and one fonr-gnn battery of two platoons. The first regi- 
ment. Col. W. W. Scott, commanding, 389 men, is assigned to the sec- 
tion of the State south of Concord and east of the Merrimack liver. 
The second, Col. Jason S. ToIIee, com'ding, consists of 859 men and 
is assigned to the section sonth of Concord and west of the Merrimack 
The third. Col. Robt. H. Rolfe, 'commanding, fconsists of 869 men and 
is assigned to the section north of Concord. The three regiments num- 
ber 1,117 men, which with three unattached companies are consolidated 
in a single brigade. The anattached companies have an agg^gate of 
130 men— making, with field and staff officers, 1,262. 

•oyxrnob's staff. 

Miv). Gen. Augustus D. Aylins, Adjutant-General, Concord. 
Brig. Gen. Jerry P. Wellman, Inspector-General, Keene. 
Brig. Gen. George E. Andeison, Quartermaster-General, Nashua. 
Brig. Gen. Frank P. Maynard, Commissary General, Claremont. 
Brig. Gen. Jokn H. Andrews, Judge-Advocate-General, Manchester. 
Brig. Gen. Fred S. Towle. Surgeon-General, Portsmouth. 
Colonel William D. Swart, Aide-de-Camp, Nashua. 
Colonel A. Crosby Eennett, Aide-de-Camp, Conway. 
Colonel William B. Rotch, Aide-de-Camp, Milford. 
Colonel William A. Barron, Aide-de-Camp, Carroll. 
Captain Winfield S. Bdgerly, 7th Cavalry, U. S. A., Acting Assistant 
Inspector-General, Concord. 

K. H. ELBCTIONS. 

State election is biennial, on Tuesday next day following 1st Mon* 
day in November, on the even year. 

The Legislature meets at Concord on the first Wednesday of Jauu- 
uary, 1891, biennial thereafter. 

Town elections occur on 2d Tuesday of March each year. 

HOLIDAYS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE* 

The following days, in respect to the payment of notes, are legal 
holidays. On most of them courts, banks, etc., are closed. If the 
day falls on Sunday, the day following is usually kept as a holiday. 
Tbanksgiving and Fast are appointed by the state or national au- 
thority. 

Feb. 22, May 80, July 4, Ist Monday in Sept. (Labor Day), Christ- 
mas, Fast, Thanksgiving, and Election Days. 



GOT. vora, POP, valuation. 



Tabular StaUimeiiC by Tonriifl, of 

Vot«t for GoTernor in NoT«mber,1896, and Not., 1894; Popnlation 
1890 i Valuation by InrentoriM of 1897 ; and Ttx Bate. 

ROOKINQHAM OOUNTT. 41townB and wardi. 
Not. 1896. Not. 1894. 



I 





i 




"i 


^ 




1 


1 


ij 


1 




i 


1 


1 


1 


t 


I 


1 


► a 


Atkluon, 


66 


26 


5 


77 


87 


T 


483 


1320,402 


1.12 


Anbnm, 


93 


70 


2 


01 


81 


4 


681 


801,500 


1.52 


Brantwood, 


125 


46 


2 


133 


44 


2 


967 


298,489 


1.10 


CMidia, 


169 


103 


5 


170 


121 


7 


1104 


889,618 


1.60 


OhMter, 


168 


41 


4 


157 


81 


7 


957 


863,661 


1.55 


BanTilie, 
DMrfleU, 


100 


21 


4 


102 


84 


2 


666 


197,408 


1.60 


207 


111 


5 


197 


156 


7 


1280 


403.436 


1.70 


sfKfngiton, 


374 


177 


85 


312 


138 


61 


2604 


1,218,092 


1.86 


59 


40 


1 


60 


71 


2 


461 


237,587 


1.18 


Kpping, 


188 


177 


7 


162 


222 


12 


1721 


710,790 


1.76 


Exeter, 


685 


280 


25 


678 


215 


32 


4298 


8,225,648 


2.00 


Fremont, 


109 


26 


2 


98 


30 


1 


726 


265,500 


1.13 


Greenland, 


72 


61 


4 


77 


98 


3 


648 


368,342 


1.26 


Hampstead, 


138 


59 


3 


134 


96 


8 


858 


389,109 


1.30 


Hampton, 


170 


101 


9 


179 


105 


12 


1330 


654,941 


1.31 


Hamp. Falla, 
Remington, 


118 


6 


2 


106 


24 


7 


622 


289.497 


1.30 


76 


65 


1 


85 


68 


2 


547 


251,593 


1.12 


Kinnton, 


160 


73 


10 


184 


147 


8 


1120 


886,990 


1.76 


241 


76 


10 


191 


84 


6 


1220 


553,950 


1.30 


Newcastle, 


75 


51 


4 


60 


71 


6 


488 


265,914 


1.67 


Newfields, 


111 


52 


3 


127 


81 


4 


851 


263^24 


1.60 


Newington, 


43 


51 


6 


34 


62 


2 


401 


225,845 


1.30 


Newmarket, 


284 


163 


7 


266 


196 


21 


2724 


1,804.902 


2.00 


Newton, 


163 


78 


5 


166 


114 


8 


1064 


377,769 


1.70 


No. Hampton 


, 104 


79 


8 


96 


111 


5 


800 


607,518 


1.10 


Northwood, 


163 


92 


12 


184 


132 


13 


1476 


495,859 


1.80 


Nottingham, 


156 


66 


5 


163 


66 


18 


986 


319,444 


1.69 


Plalitow, 


152 


42 


10 


133 


86 


3 


1077 


339,844 


1.50 


Port«'th,(ag.)l,218 


816 


99 








9811 


8,384,592 


2.06 


Wardl, 


334 


175 


20 


353 


416 


12 


3290 






Ward 2, 


470 


158 


27 


433 


488 


20 


3724 






Wards, 


132 


179 


19 


116 


241 


7 


1817 






Ward 4, 
Wards, 


170 


118 


16 


218 


186 


3 


1460 






107 


186 


18 














Raymond, 


168 


150 


1 


142 


187 


6 


1131 


418,586 


1.75 


Rye, 


117 


103 


6 


105 


122 


4 


180S 


.600,267 


1.28 


Salem, 


230 


91 


20 


266 


127 


82 


699.526 


2.16 


Sandown, 
Seabrook, 
8. Hampton, 
Stratham, 
Windham, 


50 
156 
40 
92 
107 


43 
180 
20 
61 
20 


6 
3 
8 
2 


42 
171 

64 
101 
103 


62 
180 
41 
80 
88 


4 

6 
7 
7 


475 
1664 
370 
679 
682 


155,309 
294,864 
196,444 
416.277 
338,879 


1.50 
2.18 
1.30 
1.24 
1.20 




ois5 


3616 


m^ 


6607 4916 


866 49.690 26.416,626 


1 

J 



GOV. VOTB, POP. VALUATION. 



247 



STRAFFORD COUNTY. 


26 towna and wards. 




BarringtoD, 


222 


74 


4 


188 


67 


6 


1408 


483,418 


2.90 


1679 


719 


48 








12779 


8,629,725 


1.95 


287 


103 


2 


279 


101 


8 


2222 






Ward 2, 


422 


161 


8 


893 


189 


20 


3007 






Wards, 


873 


99 


IS 


362 


102 


14 


2276 






Ward 4, 


472 


166 


20 


469 


218 


47 


8387 






Wards, 


25 


900 


6 


39 


236 


11 


1937 






Durham, 


147 


71 


6 


130 


66 


3 


871 


666.060 


117 


Farmington, 


403 


271 


11 


441 


872 


12 


8037 


1,207.309 


2.19 


Madbnry, 


92 


61 


1 


74 


81 


2 


602 


296.224 


1.62 


49 


36 


4 


61 


87 




864 


220,620 


1.36 


Middleton, 


44 


36 




42 


41 




206 


91,860 


2.20 


MUtoD. 


247 


76 


13 


216 


68 


6 


1640 


590,287 


1.64 


New Dnrbam, 67 


86 


1 


66 


98 


2 


685 


203,378 


2.10 


Roch68ter.(ag)1035 


481 


61 




' 




7386 8.862.492 


2.00 


Wardl, 


171 


66 


10 


162 


87 


20 


^ 






Ward 2, 


163 


64 


T 


140 


78 


3 








Wards, 


168 


60 


6 


171 


80 


6 








Ward 4, 


178 


128 


10 


160 


147 


5 








Wards, 


129 


47 


9 


140 


80 


7 








Ward 6, 


226 


96 


60 


222 


107 


18 








RoIliDsford, 


183 


182 


1 


169 


160 


3 


1983 


1,183,144 


1.46 


8ome«w»h(ag.) SS5 


430 


14 








6207 


8,106,479 


2.00 


Wardl, 


144 


72 


3 


163 


84 


8 








Ward 2, 


14S 


73 


4 


161 


98 


4 








Wards, 


112 


112 


6 


122 


96 


6 








Ward*, 


69 


109 


2 


68 


111 


3 








Wards, 


8S 


64 




61 


76 










Strafford, 


139 
4762 


148 
2660 


7 134 167 7 
167 4647 3016 218 


1294 
38,364 21 


447 773 


2.00 




0,836,759 




] 


BELKNAP COUNTY. 


16 towns and wards. 




Alton, 


237 


109 


18 


226 


122 


18 


1872 


604,910 


2.10 


Bamstaad, 


1S4 


188 


6 


147 


169 


4 


1264 


486,187 


1.68 


Belmont, 


191 


67 


4 


186 


122 


11 


1142 


496.600 


2.00 


Center Harbor, 66 


63 


1 


68 


76 


9 


479 


238,358 


1.28 


Gilford, 


108 


66 


7 


110 


66 


12 


8684 


370,060 


1.78 


Oilmanton, 


208 


106 


10 


184 


112 


17 


1206 


464.074 


2.00 


Iaconia,(ag.)U02 


662 


29 








6181 


4,360,208 


2.08 


Wardl, 


60 


66 


1 


66 


60 










Ward 2, 


169 


109 


7 


169 


80 


12 








Wards, 


180 


110 


1 


129 


101 


4 








Ware 4, 


182 


181 


4 


202 


136 


7 








Wards. 


166 


98 


3 


166 


81 


6 








Ward 6, 


S9S 


!69 


13 


864 


194 


28 








Meredith, 


264 


177 


8 


231 


206 


21 


1642 


606,558 


2.63 


N. Hampton, 


174 


93 


8 


148 


87 


7 


936 


325,400 


1.68 


Sanbornton, 


164 


72 


8 


166 


111 


4 


1021 


316,760 


1.66 


niton, 


263 


135 


13 


181 


219 


40 


1621 


864,824 


1.90 




»11 


IOT6 


L06 2722 1040 


m 


TOfiM 


9,167,414 






CARROLL COUNTY. 


18 towns. 






Albany, 


30 


84 




24 


42 




877 


70.720 


8.31 


Bartiett, 


136 


102 


7 


125 


138 


8 


1247 


427.085 


2.09 


Brookfleld, 


60 


33 




67 


36 




849 


2.16 


Chatham, 


48 


90 


9 


87 


26 


1 


829 


86.819 


2.05 



848 



GOT. TOM, POP. VALUATION. 



Conway^ 


810 


176 


18 


840 


878 


8 


2831 


879,020 


2.07 


■•ton. 


41 


40 


7 


84 


78 


12 


511 


122,166 


1.76 


KfllDCfaUll, 


78 


65 


1 


85 


79 


4 


n9 


209,098 


218 


PrMdom, 


50 


U5 




45 


158 


2 


628 


241,636 


1.80 


Hftrt's Looat' 


n, 8 


1 




10 


10 




187 


28,565 


,70 


jEduon, 


M 


40 


1 


38 


89 


8 


579 


278.139 


1.61 


MadiMn, 
Mooltonboro 


VI 


32 


2 


106 


41 


1 


554 


167,138 


1.96 


,230 


82 


6 


224 


09 


9 


1084 


340,032 


1.75 


OMlpM, 


107 


212 


10 


280 


233 


21 


1629 


493,468 


1.85 


SAndwIoh, 


107 


109 


9 


180 


128 


11 


1303 


441,374 


2.16 


T«m worth. 


178 


72 


8 


168 


89 


14 


1025 


866,614 


1.96 


CaftoDboro*. 


107 


68 


4 


96 


111 


5 


766 


251,005 


1.8S 


^akefleld. 


ISl 


165 


6 


175 


219 


1 


1618 


615;)42 


1.6d 


Woireboroii«b,4l7 


140 


18 


405 


226 


15 


8008 


1,102,648 


UOl 
























2340 


1499 


89 2378 


20U 


110 


18,091 6,228,541 




MERRIMACK OOUNTI 


. 87 towns and wards. 




Allenstown, 


100 


61 


8 


106 


65 


4 


1461 


641312 


1j06 


AndoTer, 


121 


188 


3 


109 


198 


6 


1090 


447,056 


IM: 


BosoAwen, 


1S6 


76 


2 


190 


98 


6 


1485 


596,624 


1.88 


Bow. 


128 


59 


11 


115 


90 


11 


723 


401,080 


1.00 


Bradford, 


120 


111 


6 


121 


184 


2 


1806 


413,496 


.74 


Ounterbnry, 


180 


66 


9. 


110 


128 


16 


964 


434,410 


1.22 

las 


Ohichetter, 


71 


98 


10 


68 


92 


10 


661 


282.616 


Concord (ag.) 2276 


1624 


128 








16,94811,200,690 


2.00 


W«rdl, 


289 


166 


12 


257 


188 


17 


1827 






Ward 2. 


79 


99 




100 


103 


5 


858 






Wards, 


149 


97 


6 


143 


124 


7 


1025 






Ward 4, 


506 


271 


20 


495 


829 


87 


4874 






Ward 6, 


401 


151 


18 


367 


190 


25 


2542 






Ward 6, 


386 


304 


32 


427 


825 


81 


3499 






Ward 7, 


805 


152 


19 


278 


190 


26 


2328 






i Wards, 


68 


211 


6 


113 


156 


7 








Ward 9, 


148 


173 


10 


128 


167 


17 








Danbory, 


78 


97 


2 


74 


97 


4 


682 


212,726 


1.56 


Danbarton, 


96 


66 


4 


76 


78 


9 


524 


807,096 


1.18 


Spfom, 


126 


94 




122 


104 


8 


815 


833,000 


1.55 


Franklin, (ag.)67S 


297 


21 


631 


893 


25 


4068 


2,540,885 


1.85 


Wardl, 


268 


54 


7 














Ward 2, 


107 


182 


4 














Ward 8, 


253 


62 


10 














Henniker, 


201 


107 


7 


187 


142 


9 


1885 


693.079 


1.80 


Hill, 
Hooksett, 


91 


36 


3 


79 


68 


5 


548 


192,650 


IJSO 


175 


87 


4 


203 


94 


8 


1893 


700,434 


1.6« 


Hopkinton, 


237 


171 


2 


247 


169 


8 


1816 


850.410 


1.20 


London, 


109 


122 


7 


107 


161 


9 


1000 


484,617 


1.40 


Newbnry, 


48 


80 




29 


90 




487 


277,816 


1.27 


Now London 


149 


63 


2 


144 


83 


5 


799 


878.490 


1.50 


Northfteld, 


160 


47 


6 


159 


52 


11 


1126 


552,268 


1.27 


Pembroko, 


287 


193 


9 


241 


266 


11 


8155 


1,205,244 


1.45 


Pittsfield, 


291 


234 


27 


297 


281 


88 


2606 


1,103,510 


1.90 


Salisbary, 


184 


66 


5 


08 


93^ 


6 


666 


268.173 


1.78 


Sutton, 


122 


63 


12 


113 


103 


17 


849 


329.569 


1.42 


Warner, 


222 


128 


10 


230 


163 


9 


1380 


648,578 


1.35 


Webster, 
Wilmot, 


91 
117 


44 
78 


1 
6 


93 
94 


72 
100 


4 
13 


664 
840 


268,498 
217,157 


1.10 
1.7G 



4268 299 68616101 485 49,328 26.966.630 



<3k)V. VOTE, POP. VALIDATION. 



24d 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 47 towmi and wards. 




Amherst, 


162 


62 


6 


178 


. 86 


2 


^ 1039 


616,980 


1.76 


Antrim, 


206 


116 


12 


175 


112 


17 


* 1248 


615,702 


2.00 


Bedford, 


167 


79 


11 


167 


98 


6 


1096 


661,042 


1.12 


Bennington, 


88 


68 


8 


80 


90 


2 


642 


237,904 


1.95 


Brookline, 


79 


66 


1 


108 


72 


3 


548 


810,758 


1.64 


Deering, 


89 


78 


6 


81 


89 


2 


631 


207,878 


1.61 


Francestown 


,122 


48 


4 


106 


38 


38 


887 


884,608 


1.40 


Gofbtowii, 


296 


162 


10 


276 


206 


22 


1969 


1,186,190 


IJJl 


Qreenfleld, 


66 


69 


6 


66 


82 


9 


606 


263,402 


1.85 


OreenTlIle, 


121 


51 


8 


123 


94 


2 


1266 


689.326 


1.10 


Hancock, 


89 


66 


2 


86 


73 


2 


637 


323,336 


1.63 


HiUsborongh, 848 


183 


16 


847 


211 


26 


2118 


1,121,216 


2.35 


Hollis, 


129 


73 


18 


144 


86 


16 


1000 


604,118 


1.50 


Hndaon, 
Utchfleid, 


180 


76 


6 


179 


96 


8 


1082 


662,114 


1.50 


46 


25 




84 


40 




261 


230,601 


1.16 


Lyndeboro, 


121 


46 


9 


86 


74 


9 


667 


277.840 


1.50 


lUnch'r(ag.)4404 


8143 


862 








43,89330.486,946 


2.08 


Wardl, 


838 


204 


20 


364 


172 


12 


3840 






Ward 2, 


706 


241 


80 


726 


216 


22 


3482 






Wards, 


707 


367 


44 


629 


324 


81 


7119 






Ward 4, 


706 


809 


16 


712 


271 


27 


6796 






Wards, 


213 


718 


17 


206 


712 


20 


6647 






WardC, 


766 


630 


78 


769 


480 


76 


4641 






WardT. 


216 


66 


14 


269 


69 


8 


2163 






Wards, 


460 


288 


181 


466 


341 


76 


8396 






Ward 9, 


804 


886 


12 


272 


838 


20 








Uason, 


76 


22 


2 


73 


33 


2 


629 


801,761 


1.16 


Merrimack, 


188 


66 


4 


160 


86 


4 


948 


594,997 


1.25 


MUford, 


618 


192 


16 


423 


164 


27 


3014 


1,975,625 


2.00 


HontYernoB 


, 66 


62 


» 


68 


67 


2 


479 


297.070 


1.38 


NMhnafag.) 
Wardl, 


2421 


1884 


66 








19,26613,812,211 


2.12 


412 


120 


6 


342 


163 


16 


2017 






Ward 2, 


271 


112 


6 


228 


120 


22 


1821 






Wards, 


186 


199 


6 


166 


198 


12 


2468 






Ward 4, 


171 


111 


3 


166 


119 


7 


1438 






Wards, 


128 


111 


2 


38 


188 


6 


1642 






Ward 6, 


148 


86 


1 


144 


116 


8 


6117 






Ward 7, 


428 


222 


20 


366 


243 


20 


2604 






Wards, 


378 


194 


8 


817 


208 


13 


2169 






WardO, 


800 


280 


6 


242 


283 


12 








New Boston, 


146 


72 


3 


147 


96 


6 


1067 


689,394 


1.63 


N. Ipswich, 


126 


22 


6 


106 


25 




969 


487,999 


1.57 


Pelham 


114 


77 


4 


104 


91 


4 


791 


473,981 


K2C 


Peterboro', 


339 


129 


6 


326 


116 


26 


2607 


1,385,857 


2720 


Sharon, 


8 


14 




6 


11 




126 


>(2,654 


1.88 


Temple, 


62 


22 


21 


61 


38 


1 


320 


165.698 


1.80 


Wears. 


224 


144 


9 


230 


197 


10 


1560 


664,869 


1.48 


Wilton, 


184 


169 


7 


164 


206 


7 


1848 


960,000 


1.60 


Windsor, 


6 


6 




12 


9 




62 


27,482 


1.41 


11,090 


mi 


682 10449 7173 


656 


»3,002 60,659,440 




CHESHIRE COUNTY. 


27 towns and wards. 




Alitead, 


132 


74 


2 


133 


80 


1 


873 


494,577 


1.86 


Ohesteriield, 


134 


47 


6 


119 


73 


1 


1046 


616,649 


1.15 


DnbUn, 


76 


9 


6 


73 


6 


6 


679 


639,278 


1.07 


Pitcwilliam, 


147 


60 


8 


137 


64 


11 


1122 


477,597 


1.76 


Qitonm, 


96 


63 


4 


96 


80 


6 


648 


276,394 


1.20 



250 


GOT. TOTB, 


BOP. 


VALI 


UJlTI 


ON. 






HarriaTiUe, 


09 


68 


4 


109 


61 




748 


831.724 


L60 


HlDMlal*, 


aM 


71 


10 


ro 


168 




2263 


985,084 


1.85 


J^ttnj, 


184 


^ 


3 


168 


60 




1469 


903,674 


1.26 


^^.iV 


1061 


610 


22 








7439 


0,484,194 


1.49 


S80 


137 


3 


232 


146 




1811 






Ward 2, 


243 


81 


1 


186 


62 


10 


1384 






Wards, 


243 


101 


10 


210 


106 


21 


1666 






Ward 4, 


175 


60 


2 


151 


60 


11 


1214 






Wards, 


190 


132 


6 


122 


129 




1366 






MarlboroQcb 


,226 


49 


8 


180 


66 


18 


1696 


666,784 


1.56 


Marlow, 


76 


61 


3 


80 


74 




584 


279,062 


1.40 


Nelson, 


46 


19 


4 


61 


12 




332 


128,123 


1.43 


Rlohmond, 


60 


28 


8 


49 


88 




476 


214,146 


1.70 


Kludge, 


147 


26 


7 


187 


32 




996 


492,670 


1.24 


Roxbnry, 
Stoddard, 


19 


3 




16 


4 




129 


67,415 


1.68 


63 


34 




60 


49 




400 


169,417 


l.«2 


SolUTan, 


66 


6 




60 


8 




387 


120,746 


1.88 


Surry, 


86 


12 


8 


29 







270 


158,524 


1J6 


Swaniey, 


202 


101 


16 


208 


167 


15 


1600 


738,462 


1.40 


Troy, 
Wafpole, 


134 


20 


3 


136 


47 




999 


608416 


1.94 


236 


269 


12 


220 


228 


18 


2163 


1.603.344 


1.52 


Weetmorel'd, 


126 


66 


2 


126 


78 




830 


465,997 


1.45 




326 


82 


13 


299 


166 


1 


2584 


1,276,663 


1.66 



8064 1714 183 8662 2012 163 29,56717,881,722 
(SULLITAN OOUNTT. 16 towns. 



Aowortb, 


96 


48 




100 


55 


1 


716 


276,680 


1.84 


Charleetown, 


160 


93 




177 


176 


6 


1466 


887,660 


1.93 


Glaremont, 


665 


366 


85 


678 


429 


58 


5653 


3,191,783 


2. 10 


OomUb, 


141 


64 




152 


78 




958 


4861846 


1.60 


SSC'' 


67 


29 




64 


41 


2 


512 


202,972 


1.80 


66 


41 




60 


46 




384 


136,010 


1.00 


Grantham, 


47 


46 




68 


40 




424 


128,107 


2.04 


Langdon, 


45 


18 




56 


82 




805 


214,108 


1.25 


Lempster, 


81 


46 




72 


60 




519 


159,282 


2.06 


Nevrport, 


436 


149 




418 


207 


11 


2623 


1,408,930 


2.39 


Plainfleld; 


155 


67 




147 


64 




1172 


488,300 


1.57 


Springfield, 


60 


33 




77 


54 




540 


139,667 


2.70 


Snnapee, 


183 


71 




119 


96 




900 


442,066 


1.74 


Unity, 


66 


74 




58 


87 




660 


218.421 


1.72 


Washington, 


72 


77 


1 


76 


S9 


•1 


560 


266,382 


1.42 



2298 1205 71 2801 1644 97 17,804 8,611,508 



GRAFTON OOUNTT. 89 towns. 



Alexandria, 

Ashland, 

Bath, 

Benton, 

Bethlehem, 

Bridgewater, 

Bristol, 

Gampton, 

Canaan, 

Dorchester, 

Baston, 



71 


92 


3 


56 


103 


6 


679 


210,796 


2.16 


227 


74 




220 


90 


2 


1190 


565,098 


1.63 


93 


126 




94 


156 


21 


935 


426,721 


1.78 


28 


25 




15 


29 


2 


244 


120,456 


1.58 


111 


161 




119 


174 


6. 


1265 


719.392 


2.05 


43 


20 




§1 


26 




332 


108.914 


2.10 


245 


88 




235 


125 


8 


1516 


733,088 


1.05 


162 


76 




169 


116 


11 


981 


846,052 


2.15 


171 


89 


10 


173 


120 


15 


1416 


521,872 


1.67 


45 


82 


1 


29 


44 




379 


101412 


2.75 


12 


56 


8 


13 


62 


6 


250 


116,840 


1.60 



GOT. VOTB, POP. VAIiUATION. 



251 



Bllsworth, 


* 8 


17 




10 


22 


2 


160 


27,588 


2.00 


Bofield, 


209 


105 


10 


206 


141 


7 


1439 


681.876 


1.71 


Fnuicoiila, 


84 


59 


9 


46 


76 


6 


694 


881.388 


1.80 


Grafton, 


96 


73 


4 


107 


95 


2 


784 


266,062 


1.26 


GrotoD, 


37 


84 


1 


47 


60 


3 


464 


105.178 


2J0 


HanoTer, 
Hayerhill, 


296 


69 


9 


222 


81 


7 


1817 


1,066,936 


1.70 


887 


307 


11 


382 


337 


19 


2646 


1,190,481 


2.71 


Hebron, 


21 


31 


2 


21 


81 


1 


246 


87,268 


1.67 


Holdemesfl, 


81 


70 


1 


71 


86 


2 


694 


247,530 


1.90 


Landafl; 


3S 


62 


4 


39 


68 


6 


601 


214,022 


1.43 


Lebanon, 


671 


199 


17 


668 


220 


16 


3763 


2,466,492 


1.86 


Lincoln, 


68 


21 




84 


IS 




HI 


291,338 


im 


Lisbon, 


286 


130 


7 


290 


177 


10 


2060 


1,133,412 


1.98 


Littleton, 


414 


254 


34 


437 


281 


85 


3363 


1,649,938 


2.61 


LiTermore, 


■ 


4 




8 


4 




155 


321,835 


.84 


Lyman, 


61 


64 


2 


66 


75 


3 


642 


178,808 


1.69 


Lyme, 
Monroe, 


205 


64 


11 


199 


48 


17 


1148 


468,596 


1.80 


84 


16 


4 


79 


24 


4 


478 


300,260 


IJSO 


Orange, 


30 


19 


2 


20 


17 


2 


246 


67,360 


2.06 


Orford, 


120 


47 


6 


112 


60 


13 


914 


401,699 


1.85 


Piermont, 


95 


87 


2 


107 


54 


13 


704 


387,624 


1.60 


PlymoQth, 


268 


123 


19 


242 


203 


17 


1850 


821,652 


1.91 


Romney, 


119 


99 


1 


122 


122 


5 


947 


300,643 


1.80 


Thornton, 


68 


73 




69 


94 


4 


637 


180,057 


2.96 


Warren, 


92 


97 


6 


87 


114 


6 


862 


276,162 


1.33 


WaterriUe. 


6 


I 




9 


1 




39 


147,134 


.37 


Wentworth, 


50 


98 


9 


66 


127 


14 


702 


192,694 


1.80 


Woodstock, 


59 


46 


3 


57 


51 


8 


351 


187,680 


2.33 



5068 8038.223 4980 3711 289 37,14517,838,483 
C05S COUNTY. 21 towniu 



Berlin, 


477 


236 


14 


422 


262 


11 


37232,249,443 


2.45 


Carroll, 


78 


70 


1 


64 


86 




866 842,208 


1.90 


ClarkSTille, 


38 


26 




45 


38 




827 182,010 


2.36 


Colebrook, 


230 


148 


10 


166 


270 


13 


1736 841,164 


1.44 


Columbia, 


84 


60 


2 


103 


60 


1 


604 263,422 


1.65 


Oalton, 


66 


56 




49 


83 


1 


596 156,765 


2.60 


Dunmer, 


39 


29 




48 


51 




4% 180,122 


2.05 


Brrol. 


16 


26 




8 


86 




178 150,526 


1.40 


Gorham, 


167 


138 


7 


173 


189 


4 


1756 606,230 


2.60 


JefTerson, 


102 


40 


5 


92 


161 


8 


1062 296,632 


2.27 


Lancaster, 


390 


392 


18 


412 


464 


19 


336711.483,480 


2.59 


Milan, 


124 


52 


2 


148 


62 


1 


1029 839,116 


1.96 


Northamb*rd, 


178 


149 


8 


218 


168 


2 


1366 657,257 


2.08 


Pittsburg, 
Bandolph, 


89 


38 


4 


110 


46 


2 


669 352,317 


1.85 


16 


14 




16 


22 




136 66,800 


2.00 


Shelbnme, 


41 


14 


1 


40 


16 




34 132,816 


1.60 


Stark, 


62 


67 


1 


76 


86 


3 


701 258,263 


2.00 




84 


4 


16 


132 


1 


1006 368,110 


1.61 


Stratford, 


68 


100 


1 


169 


126 


3 


1128 379.866 


1.80 


Wentw'hLoc. 


2 


6 




7 


11 




26 29,704 


250 


Whitefleld, 


226 


161 


8 


229 


171 


18 


1994 703,600 


2^:6 



2687 2003 81 2609 2602 87 28,142 9,887,721 



252 BATE OF TAXATION. 

Summary by Counties. 

1887. 1806. 

Valuation. ITazes. Taluation. Taxes. 

Bookingham $26,415,626 $469. 169. 11 $26,038,611 $158,212.46 

StraflTord 20.885.75d 408.300.86 20,647,422 403,202.42 

Belknap 9.167.414 180.692.27 9.538.828 189.7;2.49 

CJarroll 6,223.541 121.627.82 6,107.367 112,429.44 

Merrimack 26.966.620 465,8:20.11 25,852,270 489.726.S6 

HUlsborougb 60,669.440 l.lu7, 82 134 59,233.817 1,098,727.20 

Cheshire 17.881,722 207,064.81 17,836.526 267,156.84 

Sullivan S.641.508 171,822.15 8,622,457 164.218.85 

Grafton 17.838.483 384,856.26 17.666.516 334.954.50 

Coos 9.887.721 212,464.24 9.414,856 206,267.48 

$203,507,734 $3,814,030.96 $200,957,690 $3,714,668.49 

TOTAL TAXATION OP THE STATE. 

The entire sum of taxation of the State for 1897 is as follows : 

Taxes in cities and towns' (Inventories) $8,814,080.96 

«• by State, savings banks 885.060.94 

" *' insurance 13,750.00 

" •• railroads 361,092.63 

" «• telegraphs 8.330.84 

•* ♦* telephones 3,5U3.04 



$4,570,768.41 



The State tax of $500 000, which has been the annual levy since 
1888, was reduced by an act of the last legislature to $425.(KX). It 
will not be operative until 1898. as the State treasurer had issued 
his warrants for the tax of 1897, to the towns on the old basis, be- 
fore the act was passed. It will, however, lessen the payment of 
each city and town and unincorporated place, fifteen per cent, for 
the next two years. 

BATE PEE CENT. OF TAXATION BY COUNTIES-HIGHEST 
AND LOWEST. 

The average rate per cent, of taxation returned by inventories 
and shown by counties, is as follows : 

BocMngham, $1.78— Highest. Seabrook, $2.18; lowest, Brentwood 
and Northampton, each $1.10. 

Strafford, $J .94— Highest, Barrington, $2.90; lowest, Durham, 
$1.17. 

Belknap, |l.97— Highest, Meredith, $2.53; lowest. Centre Harbor, 
$1.28. 

Carroll, $1.95— Highest, Albany, $3.31; lowest, Jackson, $1.61. 
(Hart's Location, $0.70^ 

Merrimack, $1.76— Highest, Concord, $2.09; lowe8t,Bradford,$0.74. 

Hillsborough. $1.97— Highest, Hillsborough. $2.85; lowest, Green- 
ville, $1.10. 

Cheshire, $1.50— Highest. Troy, $1.94; l)west. Dublin, $1.07. 

Sullivan. $1.99— Highest, Springfield, $2.70; lowest, Langdon, 

Grafton, $1 .88— Highest, Thornton, $2.96; lowest, Grafton. $1.25, 
(Waterville, $0.37.) 

Coos J^2.l5— Highest, Go^han^ $2.60; lowest, Errol, $1.40. 
«.?i®™ ^"i*" towns. Hart's Location and WatendBe. with lowest 
^^FVLa^?u* ^^^ hwdly be considered as competitive with other 
towns, and therefore are not efttered for such purpose. 



PRESIDENTIAL VOTE. 



Rntire State, by inventories ($203,507,734), $1,87 4-10. Including 
Coos unincorporated properties ($1 ,417 ,000) ; savingB-banks deposits 
taxable ($50,869,366); and insurance capital taxable ($1,876,000), 
$1.64 1-10. 

1 he highest per cent, in the State ($3.31) is in the little town of 
Albany, Carroll county, and the lowest ($0.74) in Bradford, Merri- 
mack county. 

GOV. VOTE SUMMABY BY COUNTIES, NOVEMBER, 1896 
Bamsdell Kent. Berry GreenleaC Barnard. Acton. Scat'g 





Rep. 


Dem. 


F^l 


Pop. 


NiT 


LiSiTr. 




Rockingham, 


6825 


3616 


126 


130 


28 


46 




Strafford, 


4762 


2669 


99 


19 


11 


88 




Belknap, 


2911 


1676 


74 


9 


9 


7 




GbrroU, 


2346 


1499 


77 





6 


7 




Merrimack, 


6646 


4268 


223 


23 


27 


26 


3 


Hillaborough, 


11,090 


6756 


192 


46 


66 


282 


7 


Cheshire, 


3954 


1714 


61 


19 


23 


80 




SalliTan, 


2298 


1206 


32 


4 


27 


8 




Grafton, 


6068 


3038 


119 


86 


43 


81 


4 


Cooe, 


2687 


2003 


54 
1067 


10 
286 


6 
229 


9 
483 


2 




48,387 


28,333 


16 


Eamsdeirs plorality. 












20,054 


" minority, 












17,983 



PRBSIDBNTIAIi VOTE, NOVEMBER, 1896. 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 



TOWNS. 


1 


1 


1 


TOWNS. 


1 


s 


J 


Atkinson, 


89 


"23" 


8 


Exeter, 


801 


196 


28 


Auburn, 


116 


63 


10 


Fremont, 


117 


13 


11 


Brentwood, 


160 


27 


7 


Greenland, 
Hampstead, 


95 


31 


12 


Candia, 


194 


78 


13 


170 


38 


14 


Chester, 


182 


36 


7 


Hampton, 


216 


72 


24 


Danyille. 


116 


12 


3 


Hampton Falls, 
Kensington, 


133 


5 


9 


Deerfleld, 


242 


70 


JJ8 


88 


51 


6 


East Kingston, 


440 
62 


135 
24 


82 
11 


Kingston, 
liondonderry. 


194 
265 


56 
66 


15 
13 


SJlJSfA, 


217 


132 


27 


Newcastle, 


85 


65 


l3 


125 


40 


6 


Ward 8, 


148 


171 


9 


Newington, 


41 


49 


1 


Ward 4, 


194 


103 


l3 


Newmarket, 


313 


139 


86 


Ward 5, 


129 


165 


9 


Newton, 


193 


67 


8 


Raymond, 


196 


118 


15 


North Hampton, 


129 


52 


18 


Bye, 


134 


81 


14 


Northwood, 


190 


44 


21 


Salem, 


261 


63 


38 


Nottingham, 


177 


38 


18 


San4own, 


65 


29 


11 


Plaistow, 


168 


37 


10 


Seabrook, 


213 


156 


7 


Portsmouth (ag.,) 1424 


740 


61 


South Hampton, 


52 


28 


6 


Wardl, 


409 


165 


7 


Stratham, 


109 


36 


12 


Ward 2, 


644 


136 


28 




131 


14 


7 



7881 2918 674 



254 



PRBSIDBNTIAIi VOTE. 





8TBAFF0RD COUNTY. 








Barrington, 


344 


63 4 


Wardl. 


194 


49 


6 


Dover Tag.) 


1600 


678 64 


Ward 2, 


186 


36 


6 


Wardl! 


S18 


81 11 


Ward 3, 


207 


113 


13 


Ward a. 


268 


1S9 18 


Ward 4, 


167 


40 


7 


Wards, 


417 


94 9 


Ward 6, 


272 


80 


26 


Ward*, 


SS7 


186 2S 


Ward 6, 


215 


105 


18 


Wards. 


40 


208 1 


Rolllnaford, 


202 


66 


11 


Durham, 


161 


65 4 


Somer8Worth.(ag.) 614 


376 


36 


Farmlogton, 


401 


821 24 


Ward 1, 


168 


62 


9 


Madbury, 


106 


48 8 


Ward 2. 


162 


67 


6 


68 


SI S 


Ward 3. 


183 


101 


S 


Mlddleton, 


60 


2S 37 


Ward 4. 


74 


96 


7 


MUton, 


884 


67 14 


Ward 5. 


87 


60 


1 


New Durham, 


77 


79 8 


Strafford. 


178 


119 


8 


Rochester, (ag.) 


1228 


S72 67 






- — 


— ~ 










5483 2234 278 




BELKNAP COUNTY. 








Alton, 


269 


89 9 


Ward 4, 


229 


60 


26 


Bamstead, 


174 


112 11 


Ward 6, 


211 


47 


12 


Behnont, 
Center Harbor, 


208 


38 16 


Ward 6. 


471 


86 


42 


74 


41 9 


Meredith, 


306 


114 


31 


Gilford, 


1S8 


44 8 


New Hampton, 


181 


69 


7 


Qilmanton, 


243 


48 34 


Sanbomton. 


198 


82 


25 


Laoonia, (ag.) 


1394 


809 122 


TUton. 


296 


68 


67 


Ward i. 


74 


SO 15 






— 





Ward 2. 


231 


38 18 




3466 


964 339 


Ward 3, 


178 


49 7 












CABROLL COUNTY. 








Albany, 
Barttett, 


S4 


46 


Madison. 


US 


85 


I 


168 


80 16 


Moultonborough. 


264 


24 


14 


Brookfleld, 


S9 


26 


Osslpee, 
Sandwich, 


206 


167 


18 


Chatham, 


S6 


22 2 


226 


88 


16 


Conway, 


407 


168 27 


Tamworth, 


203 


40 


17 


Eaton, 


4S 


68 10 


Tufbonborough, 


118 


64 


16 


Effingham, 
Freedom, 


80 


41 8 


Wakefield, 


220 


124 


51 


67 


101 16 


Wolfeborough, 


464 


101 


26 


Hart's Location. 


8 


1 






— 


— — 


Jackson, 


64 


46 7 




2800 1206 844 




MERRIMACK COUNTY. 








AUenstown, 


129 


68 7 


Franklin, (ag.) 


822 


231 


71 


Andover, 


141 


132 18 


Ward 1, 


311 


67 


15 


Boscawen, 


212 


54 19 


Ward 2, 


227 


111 


42 


Bow, 


1S3 


44 21 


Ward 3, 


281 


63 


11 


Bradford, 


151 


78 26 


Hennlker, 


241 


62 


22 


Canterbury, 


ISS 


50 36 


Hill. 
Hooksett, 


100 


19 


10 


Chichester, 


89 


74 16 


219 


74 


18 


Concord (ag.) 


2668 1280 216 


Hopklnton, 


272 


146 


14 


Wardl, 


289 


103 37 


Loudon, 


136 


84 


17 


Ward 2, 


101 


72 10 


Newbury, 


62 


56 


28 


Wards, 


163 


102 4 


New London, 


158 


46 


14 


Ward 4, 


678 


226 34 


Northfield, 


186 


23 


17 


Wards, 


461 


99 89 


Pembroke, 


349 


169 


14 


Ward 6, 


461 


243 37 


Plttsfleld, 


848 


177 


31 


Ward?. 


35S 


100 82 


Salisbury, 


161 


41 


16 


Ward 8, 


87 


176 11 


Sutton, 


146 


27 


32 


Ward 9. 


167 


169 12 


Warner, 


265 


90 


40 


Danburr, 
Dunbarton, 


89 


74 19 


Webster, 


113 


30 


11 


110 


89 15 


Wllmot, 


132 


49 


26 


Epsom, 


143 


72 9 











7716 8868 778 



PBESIOBNTIAL TOTE. 



255 



Amherstt 

Antrim, 

Bedford, 

Bennington, 

Brookline, 

Deering, 

Fr&ncestown, 

Golfetown. 

Greenfleld, 

Greenville, 

Hancock, 

Hillsborongb, 

HoUis, 

Hudson, 

Litchfleld, 

Lvndeborough, 

Manchester (ag. 

Ward 1, 

Wards, 

Wards, 

Ward 4, 

Wards, 

Ward 6, 

Ward 7, 

Wards, 

Ward 9, 



HILLSBOBOUG^ COUNTY. 



186 
248 

2C>6 



47 12 
83 25 
20 4( 



100 


86 11 


103 


29 17 


46 


67 10 


133 


81 19 


356 


92 67 


90 


80 22 


141 


31 6 


96 


39 26 


897 


137 34 


167 


47 25 


208 


44 23 


62 


10 7 


141 


21 24 


,) 5428 2824 605 


418 


163 16 


862 


132 72 


861 


234 67 


804 


222 80 


208 


675 48 



1008 414 92 
270 40 6 

687 218 189 
420 226 60 



Mason, 
Merrimack, 
Milford, 
Mount Yemon, 
Nashua (ag.,) 

Wardi, 

Ward 2, 

Ward 8. 

Ward 4, 

Ward 5, 

Ward 6, 

Ward 7. 

Ward 8, 

Ward 9. 
New Boston, 
New Ipswich, 
Pelham, 
Peterborough, 
Sharon, 
Temple, 
Weare^ 
Wilton, 
Windsor, 



93 18 8 

219 24 41 

612 121 86 

86 27 19 
2598 1181 178 

437 85 81 

288 84 34 

204 165 21 

17» 87 II 

117 113 6 

163 75 12 

472 191 23 

421 167 27 

812 214 14 

172 46 10 

188 8 9 

126 68 8 

48 61 
16 

12 14 

114 28 

99 39 

2 



411 

8 

69 

267 



6 2 



18,060 48771836 



CHBSHIRB COUNTY. 



Alstead, 

Chesterfield, 

Dublin, 

Fitzwilliam, 

Gilsum, 

Harrisville, 

Hinsdale, 

Jafflrej, 

Ward 2, 
Ward 8, 
Ward 4, 
Wards, 
Marlborough, 



Acworth, 

Charlestown, 

Claremont, 

Cornish, 

Crovdon, 

Gosnen, 

Grantham, 

Langdon, 

Lempster, 



165 
196 
87 
182 
116 
128 
862 
244 



44 18 

88 11 

7 4 

82 10 

48 4 

25 12 

39 9 

58 18 



1277 408 43 

841 100 8 

285 65 7 

288 80 12 

209 42 9 

154 116 7 

268 82 6 



Marlow, 

Nelson, 

Bichmond, 

Rindge, 

Boxbury, 

Stoddard, 

Sullivan, 

Surry, 

Swanzey, 

Trov, 

Walpole, 

WestmoreUnd, 

Winchester, 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



115 32 9 

214 68 11 

830 263 66 
156 



78 22 



68 
68 
92 



13 
4 
7 

24 11 
18 6 
29 17 



Newport, 

Plainfleld, 

Springfield, 

Sunapee, 

Unity, 

Wasnlngton, 



91 
61 
71 

167 



81 17 

11 8 

7 13 

16 18 

8 



28 
2 
18 



61 
60 

248 
161 
274 220 



21 10 
21 10 



146 

407 



48 
46 11 
63 19 



4818 1248 812 



607 
200 

76 
163 

77 
78 



106 86 

81 87 

32 10 

41 20 



65 
56 



2760 844 256 



256 



PRESIDENTIAL VOTE. 



AlezAndrla, 

ABhland, 

Bath, 

Benton, 

Bethlehem, 

Bridgewater, 

BrUtol, 

Campton, 

Canaan, 

Dorchester, 

Easton, 

Ellsworth, 

Enfield, 

Franoonia, 

Grafton, 

Groton, 

Hanover, 

Uayerhm, 

Hebron, 

Holdemess, 

Landaff, 



Berlin. 

Carroll, 

ClarksyiUe, 

Colebrook, 

Columbia, 

Dalton, 

Dummer, 

Errol, 

Gorham, 

Jefferson, 

Lancaster, 

Milan, 



GKAFTON 

78 70 18 

248 06 8 

116 117 19 

29 21 2 

187 128 27 

9 6 

62 60 

62 n 

67 U 

16 7 

61 6 

20 2 

87 12, 

39 29 

67 



64 
296 
186 



60 
17 
11 

260 
67 

117 



864 
468 
24 
101 

67 



16 18 

61 24 

224 46 

27 12 

61 6 

40 12 



COUNTY. 

Lebanon, 

Lincoln, 

Lisbon, 

Littleton, 

Livermore, 

layman, 

Lyme, 

Monroe, 

Orange, 

Orford, 

Piermont, 

Plymouth, 

Rumney, 

Thornton, 

Warren, 

Waterville, 

Wentworth, 

Woodstock, 



886 104 51 

82 IS 1 

841 90 27 

621 14S »2 

4 

78 49 7 

289 48 12 

109 13 4 

81 17 6 

142 88 15 

116 25 9 

»18 89 88 

181 84 15 

86 57 6 

111 90 4 

6 1 

69 85 21 

71 41 7 

6199^640 



COOS COUNTY. 



609 152 16 

90 67 6 

46 27 2 

276 112 22 

89 4 

42 4 

24 2 

21 7 

188 100 13 

124 112 9 

619 '281 36 

149 46 5 



107 
68 
49 
14 



Northumberland, 

Pittsburg, 

Randolpn, 

Shelbume, 

Stark, 

Stewartstown, 

Stratford, 

Wentworth*s Loc, 

Whitefield, 



242 


94 


19 


113 


25 


6 


18 


12 




46 


18 


4 


77 


52 


5 


168 


67 


8 


106 


67 


97 


6 


8 




270 


126 


16 



8263 1466 2C9 



RECAPITULATION BY COUNTIES. 

McKinley. Bryan. Scat'g. McKlnley. Biywi. Scat'g. 



Rockingham, 

Strafford, 

Belknap, 

Carroll, 

Merrimack, 



7881 2918 674 

6488 2234 278 

2466 964 889 

2800 1206 244 

7716 8262 772 



Hillsborough, 18,080 4877 1836 



Cheshire, 
Sullivan, 
Grafton, 
Coos, 



4818 1243 312 

2750 844 265 

6199 2267 640 

8258 1466 209 

67,444 21,271 4,969 



J'ndiciary Department. 

THE SUPREME COURT. 
Alonzo P. Carpenter, Concord, Chief Justice. 
Lewis W. Clark, Manchster, Associate Justice. 
Isaac N. Blodgett, Franklin, Associate Justice. 
Wm. M. Chase, Concord, Associate Justice. 
Robert M. Wallace, Milford, Associate Justice. 
Vrank N. Parsons, Franklin, Associate Justice. 
Roberto. Pike, Dover, Associate Justice. 
Edwin G. Eastman, Exefer, Attorney General. 
Ohas. B. Hibbard,.liacoina, Reporter. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 



257 





CLERKS. 




QnmiUs, 


Ndnui. 


Residenoet. 


Rockingbam, 


Charles H. Knight, 
George E. Dnrgin, 


Exeter. 


Strafford, 


Dover. 


Belknap, 


Edwin P. Thompson, 


Laconia. 


Carroll, 


Aldo M. Rnmery, 
Amos J. Shnrtleff, 


'Ossipee. 


Merrimack, 


Concord. 


HiUsboroogb, 


Thomas D. Luce, 


Nashua. 


Cheshire, 


Lewis W. Holmes, 


Keene. 


HoIIiTan, 


John McCrlllis, 


Newport. 


Grafton, 


Dexter D. Dow, 


Littleton. 


Coos. 


Moses A. Hastings, 


Lancaster. 


fSolicUon elected to serve from April 1, 1897, 


to April 1, 1899. 


Rockingbam, 


Louis G. Hoyt, 


Kingston. 


Strafford, 


Wm. P. Nason, 


Dover. 


Belknap, 


*^ Frank M. Bcckford, 


Laconia. 


Carroll, 


A. B. Tasker, 


Sandwich. 


Merrimack, 


Geo. M. Fletcher, 


Concord. 


Hillsborough 


James P. Tuttle, 


New Boston. 


Cheshire, 


0. H. Hcrsey. 


Keene. 


SuUiTan, 


Burt Obeli is, 


Claremont. 


Grafton, 


6. H. Adams, 


Plymouth. 


Coos. 


H. I. Goss. 
LAW TERMS. 


Berlin. 



At CoMOOKD, on the first Tuesday in June and the first Tuesday in 
December. There are also adjourned terms in March and August of 
each year. 

TRIAL TERMS. 

For the County of Rookinoham, at Portsmouth, on the third Tues- 
day of October; and at Bzstxb, on the third Tuesday of January and 
the second Tuesday of April. 

For the County of Strafvord, at DovxR, on the second Tuesday of 
Febmary and the first Tuesday of September. 

For the County of Belkra^, at Laooitia, on the fourth Tuesday of 
March and the fourth Tuesday of September. 

For the County of Carroll, at Ossipkx on the third Tuesday of 
April and the third Tnesday of October. 

For the County of Merrimack, at Concord, on the first Tnesday of 
April and the firat Tuesday of October. 

For the County of Hillsborough, at Manchester on the first Tues- 
day of January and the first Tnesday of May ; and at Nashua on the 
third Tnesday of September. 

For the County of Cheshire, at Keene, on the first Tuesday of 
April and the third Tuesday of October. 

For the County of Sullivan, at Newport, on the fourth Tuesday of 
May and the first Tuesday of November. 

For the County of Grafton, Western Judicial District, at Haverhill, 
on the third Tnesday of March and September ; Eastern Judicial 
District, at Plthouth on the second Tuesday of May and November; 
Southern Judicial District, at Lebanon, on the third Tuesday of April 
and October. 

For the County of Coos, at Colebrook, on the first Tuesday of Feb- 
ruary and the first Tuesday of September; and at Lancaster on the 
tUrd Tuesday of April and the third Tuesday of October. 



258 



JUDICXA.RY DBPARTMBNT. 



ComnUttee 

For the examination of candidates for the Bar. [Appointed by .the 
Gonrt.] B.Q. Eastman. Bxeter; J. S. H. Frinlc, Portsmonth; Ira 
Oobljr,01aremont. 

PROBATE OOIJBTS. 

JUDGSS. 

Omntiei. Names, Besidences. 

Rookingliam» Thomas Leavitt, Exeter. 

Strafford, 0. B. Gafney. Rochenter. 

Belknap, Wm. B. Fellows, Tilton. 

Carroll, Bewail W. Abbott, Wolfeborongh. 

Merrimack, Arthur W. Silsby, Concwd. 

Hillsborough, , B. E. Parker, Nashua. 

Cheshire, J. T. Abbott, Keene. 

Sullivan, BdwardJ. Tenney, Claremont. 

Grafton, Tyler Westgate, HaTerhill. 

. Ooos, A.R.Bvan8, . Oorham. 

REGISTERS. 

Rockingham, I. M. Heath, Newton. 

Strafford, Wm. W. Martin, Someraworth. 

Belknap, Edward S. Cook, Lacoola. 

Carroll, W. D. H. Hill, Wolfeboro. 

Merrimack, J. P. Nutter, Concord. 

Hillsborough, E. J. Copp, Nashua. 

Cheshire, W. B. Spalter, Keene. 

SulliTan, E. M. Kempton, Newport. 

Grafton, R. T. Bartlett, Haverhill. 

Coos, Fielding Smith, Laaoaster. 

TERMS OF PROBATE COURTS. 

Boekingham OmiUy. 

At ExJBTER on the Wednesday next following the third Tuesday of 
February, March and August, on the Wednesday next following the 
first Tuesday of At>ril, and on the Wednesday next following the 
second Tuesday of every other month. 

At Portsmouth on the third Tuesday of March, and on the second 
Tuesday of January, May, July, September and November. 

At DiBBT on the third Tuesday of February and on the second 
Tuesday of June and October. 

At Ratmond, on the first Tuesday of April, and on the third Tuesday 
of August and on the second Tuesday of I)ecember. 

At Hampton, on the fourth Tuesday of February, August and De- 



Strafford Omniy. 

At DovBE on the first Tuesday of every month. 

At RocHKSTKB on the third Tuesday of January, March, June and 
October. 

At SoMKRSWOBTH on the third Tuesday of February, May, July, 
September and November. 

At Farminoton on the third Tnesday.of April, August, and Dec. 

Belknap Oounty. 
At Laoonu on the third Tuesday of each month. 



JUDICIART DEPARTMENT. 



OarroU Oouniy, 

At OoHWAT on the first Tueaday of January, Hay and September. 

At Wmt OiaiPBi on the first Tuesday of f ebmary, June and Octo- 
ber. 

At Osaipn Ck>BHiE on the first Tuesday of March, July and No- 
vember. 

At WoiiRBOBoDOH Juvonoir on the first Tuesday of April, August 
and Dec«nber. 

Merritnack OowUy, 

At Ck>ircoB]> on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 
10 A. M. to 5 P.M.. and on Wednesday next following, from 10 A. M. 
to 12 M., with such special sessions as may be necessary. In the fore- 
noon of Tuesday applications for appointments, and matters in which 
no prerions notice is required will be attended to. Settlements of 
aooonnts and all matters in which preTious notice is required, will be 
attended to in the afternoon of Tuesday. It will ordinarily be con- 
venient for the €V)urt to attend to special hearings on Wednesday, the 
second day of each term. 

BiUiborattgh OoutUjf. 

At Manobistir on the third Tuesday of every month. 
r At Nashua on the fourth Tuesday of February, April, June, 
August, October and December. 

At FEAiroxsTOWN on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday 
•f August 

At AMHIB8T on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday of 
Jon* and December. 

At Miltord on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday of 
March and September. 

At PirsBBOEouGH ou the Friday next following the fourth Tneeday 
of February, May and November. 

At Qrkeitvilli on the Friday next following the fourth Tuesday 
of April and October. 

At HILLSBOROUOH Bbimb on the Friday next following the fourth 
Tuesday of January and July. 

Chetkirt County, 

At KuNJi on the first and third Fridays of Jan., Feb., March, April, 
May, June, September, October, November and December, and on the 
int Friday of July, and on the third Friday of August. 

SuUivan County, 

At NiWPORT on the last Wednesday of February, April, June 
August, October and December. 

At Olarkmont on the last Wednesday of January, March, May, 
July, September and November. 

Qrajton County. 

At LiBAirozr on the first Tuesday of March and September. 

At LiSBOX on the third Tuesday of April and October. 

At Plymouth on the second Tuesday of May and November. 

At WooosviLLK on the third Tuesday of March and September. 

At Hatkrhill on the first Tuesday of July. 

At Bristol on the third Tuesday of July. 

At LmucTOir on the third Tuesday of January. 

At Ortord on the third Tuesday of February, 

At Oaraan on the first Tuesday of June and December. 

At Wbrtwortb on the third Tuesday of August. 



260 OOUNTT OFBIOBBS. 

Cbot .Onmt9» 

At OoLUBOOK on the fourth Taesday of January and Aagtut. 
At QoBHAM on the first Tnesday of April and October. 
At Lanoastib on the firtt Tueeday of January, March, May, Jolj 
and November. 
At BiBUM, on the third Tneeday of January and June. 

Juif Icei off Police Courti* 

Concord, B. E. Badger; ipeoia), A J. Shnrtleff. MaAchester, Isaac 
L. Heath; ipeclnl, Geo. W. Prescott. Portsmoath. S. W. Emery; 
special, B. H. Adams; Nashua, 0. W. Hoitt; special, Wm. 0. Clongrn; 
Dover. Geo. S. Frost; special, W. F. Nason. Keene, L. W. Holmes, 
special, O.C. Buffum. Somersworth, Wm. D. Knapp; special, 
O. B. Beaoharo. Farmington, John Tuttlei special, John Waldron. 
Gilford, B. H. Blaisdell; spncial, J. 0. Yonne. Wolfefoorongh, 8. D. 
Fox; special, M. T. Gate. Pembroke, J. B. Haselton.' Peterborongh, 
Obas. Scott; special, Bben W. Jones. Rochester, 8. D. Weot- 
worth; special, H. L. Gate* Littleton, A. 8. Batchelden special, 
L. B. Heald. Hanover, Bdward R. Rnggles; special, T. Worthen. 
Laconia* Geo. H. Everett; special, T. W. Thompson. Lebanon, Chaa 
A. Dolei special, Wm. P. Bnrton. Exeter, H. A. Shnte. Bath,spe-. 
cial, Frank P. Monltnn. Berlin, O. F. Rich; special, Irving Steams. 
Alton, Geo. H. Demeritt Hillsborough, Sam'I W. Holman : special, 
M. M. Hadley. Franklin, J. B. Barnard; special, 8. H. Robie. MU- 
ford, A. L. Keyes; special, Geo. A. Worcester. Northumberland, 
J. H. Curtis; special. A. D. Ellingwood. Berry, W. W. Poor. 
Canaan, W. B. Richardsou ; special, C. 0. Barney. Haverhill, W. F. 
Westgate ; special, A. E. Davis. Amherst, Aaron M. Wilkins; spe- 
cial, Wm. D. Clark. Auburn, Alfred D.Emery. Hudson, Geo. W. 
Clyde. Kimball Webster. liaDCaater, Wm. H. Shnrtleff; special, 
Merrill Shnrtleff. Whitefield, C. Edward Wright; special, £lbridge 
W. Snow. Bath, Geo. Morrison. Hooksett, J. W. Grey. liisbon, 
£ri Oakes; special, J. E. Richardson. 

COUim Of Fi:OKR9. 

CounfF Officers) Coroners and Notaries Public. 

Note— Justices of the Peace will be found in Business Directory in 
oonnection with their respective towns, immediately after town 
of&cers. County of&cers elected at the biennial election in November 

Registers of Deeds, Treasurers, Commissioners, Sheriffs, Solicitors 
and Registers of Probate are elected biennially in November, in years 
expressed by an even number; and enter upon their official duties on 
the first day of the following April. All the other county officers are 
appointed by the Governor. 

ROCKINGHAM COUNTt. 

Register of Deeds— WiUiAm Morrill, Brentwood. 

Treasurer— W. H. C. Follansby, Exeter. 

Cb«iOTi»*foii«r8— Washington Colby, Londonderry; L. L. de Roche- 
mont, Newington; G. W. Paul, Newflelds. 

8h^r^ — George W. Weston, Exeter. ' Deputy Sherm — 

TiZn^SZf^'^^'C Portsmouth ; J. M. Caswell, NeWSi Jket ; dT N. 
Tilton, Norlhwood; A. B. Harvey, Nottinghkm; Lincoln Broii^ 



COUNTY OrnCJEBS. 



261 



b&brwk; B. P. WnkeReld, Newton; W, A. Barker, Gandia; Bobert 
ott, Ejc«ter ; A. M. P- Peatffon, Epplag; 0. A. Norton, Derry; 
. J. Breed, North lUmpton; U W, Collins, Kingston; M.M. 
ollla, Portsoionth; J. E. Cranio R»jmond. 

Ooroneti—T. B. 0. MjtrTin, K, ^. Prime, J. E. Eidier, Portsmouth ; 
J Ayer, Salem l>epot; H.S, Uakitel, Henry B. Newell, Derry; 
JohnONeill.W. H.N ute, Exeter, T. M. Gould, Raymond; A, L. 
f Mellowi!, Newnuirket. 

f^«aler—^, R* CUrk, Derry. 

JVbtoriei—S.H Marshal U Wallace Ilackett, Calvin Page, John Sise, 

". E. Rider, A. F. Ilowurd, G. T, Vaughwi, S. W. Emery, Thomas Neil, 

A. Haalett, J. W. Kellev, F. W. Hartford, F. J. 

aeraon, 0. B. Traft^jii, K. H. Adums, J. R. Curtis, J. W. Emery, 

Ij. Fmbeti, >I L. iJupltll. C. A. Norris, B. B. Prime, C. D. 

tJainger, W. K. Marvin. J, F. Mfigraw, H.O. Prime, W. 0. 3vin- 

^iift, H.J. Willard.C. F, BMn»b«r. J. G. Tobey, H. B. Boynton, 

John Pender, T. H, SiioeH, J. H, Bartlctt, G. L. Collis, 

fortumciulh; H, S. Buketel, F. J. Shepard, G. K. 

iarttett, J. B. B^u-ttetU h. 11 Pillsbury, F. S. Pillsbory, 

%, W, Pillsbory, C. A. Norton, W. J. Kingsbury, H. E. Newell, Der- 

¥j C. W. SrtnUtrn, (Jeo, W. Tiltot], G. W. Sanborn, Moses Perkins, 

Ipping^ W. H, Belknap, C. B- B Vint; tan, A. 0. Puller, F. M. Cilley, 

B, F. Hervey. Robert Scott, Jolm O^eill, K G. Eastman, Exeter; 

LP.CoIby, C. 0. PMIilmry, lioodoiiderry; T.M.Gould, D. G. Healy, 

iBftymond ; John Hatdi, Greenland; H. P. Collins, Kingston; War- 

Yhm Pariftons, B, B. Phil brick, J. A. lirown, Rye; Timothy .Murray, 

I A. C. Ilaines, C\ H. Yonng, A. I. Wattcrson, C. H. Smith, J. Pink- 

Miani, C. F. Murmy, A. L. Mellows, Newmarket; A. H. Wilcomb, 

IjC* F. Maraioti, Cheater; J. S, Kelley, J. P. Bartlelt, Sandown; 

fuhn 11. Nutting, H. W. Moore, W. A. Barker, Gandia; W. M. 

Durgin, Northwcrad; Geo. C, Gnrdon, F. G. Buxton, Salem; 

I. P. Crowoll, Windham; Irving M. Heath, Newton ; A. D. Emery, Au- 

l«nnC. P. Griffin, A. G. McClure, Danville; Geo. H. Stevens, G. R. 

^rawn, Deerfleld ; Wm. U. Htlla, INaifttow^ W.P. Leighton, Notting, 

Imn; A. H. Varuf^y, J. B. Chandler, Newfields; G. M. Lamprey, 

['.Eamplon; Jackilanborn, Uuinpton Falls; L. G. Hoyt, H. L. Bowell; 

'East KiQ£Jitoii; J, B. Sanborn, FtMtpont; J. M. Wcare, Seabrook, 

L 0. W. Garland, HlimpBtead; P. R. Dnke, J.O. Hobbs, F.D.Butler- 

rKorth Hampton. 

STRAFFORD COUNTY. 

Regitter of DecdM—F ruuk S. Tompkins, Dover. 

3V*E«i*rer— Goo. D. No well, RocheBter, 

Gbwtwii*«ion#rj!— J. A. Reynolds „ Dover; J. K. Stevens, Durham; 
0. H. Yeaton, RnlHn»ford: 

SfieriJ'-^.l , Ji. Hayes, Fjirmington. 

tUpuiy SheH^fi-^GtiOTf^ifW. Parkf*r, Dover; Eugene B. Hayes, 
Pannlnn^t^n; FrftDk L Smiih UvjiTy F, Walker, Rochester; James S. 
lfcD«iniel, Ijomcrawurth ; Kurd B. Pl'ummer, Milton. 

/ai^or— Jaa. llAye»» Dover, 

Cbry^nerf— J^ B, Daniels, R. D. Barn ham, Rochester; J. Q. A. 
Wuntworth, RolliuBrord; L, E. Chant, Somersworth. 

Seaier^WilUHm Mil I on, Dover. 

iVoforiw— UK, Brown, HarriMon UEiley, FrankF.Fernaid,H.A. Red- 
] told, C. S. Cartland, Robert G. Pike, C. A. Tufts, H. L. Addition, 

I 0. H. Fo-*8, G. W. Benn, A. Q. Wliitteinpre, John KiveI,J.G. Hall,G. 
^ ?. Pippr, J. Ryan, Ir., F. M, Vamey, O. W. Smith, J. T. Welch, F. P. 
f Bhepor^, J. iL Richardfluu, F. E. Garslde, P. F. Folsom, 

II B. FolBom, W. W. ?cott, Dover: C. W. Talpey, J. B. 
fSrtgerly, B. F. WiU»onp Adelaide C. Waldron, I. J. Chesley, G. H. 



OOUHTT On^IOBfifl. 



Pitman, Frank Weeks, H. S. DaTis, Farmington : B. F. Vox, S. W. 
Fox, 0.0. S. Went worth, Milton; 0. B. Qafney, 8. D. Wentworth, B. 
J. Smart, Wm. Band, 8. D. Felker, B. L. Shorey, J. L. Oopp, H. M. 
Plumer, 8. F. Felker, Stephen B. Boot, Rochester ; B. 8. Boyer, 
H. a QUpatHck, J. A. Kdnrlj, F. E. Llbbey, M. A. Kerns, A. A. 
Perkins, B. W. Shapleigh, B. M. Webber, D. R. Pierce, W. S. Pierce, 
J. H. Joyce, C. M. Dorr, Somersworth; W. H. Morton, J. Q. A. 
Wentworth, E. A. Stevens, W. S. Wentworth, BoUinslbrd; C. H. 
Twombly, Strafford; L.Thompson, Durham. 

BBLKNAP OOUNTT. 

RtgUter qf I>ee<ii-~Martin B. Plammer, Laoonia. 

Treoiurer-^iitak M . Robinson, Laconla. 

Oommiitionert^Q. O. Parsons, Oilmanton; 0. D. Hose, Banbom- 
ton; J. F. Smith, Meredith. 

Sheriff— C. F. Locke, Laconia. Dqpmi^ Bherifi—A, Y. Locke, 
Lakeport: J. M. Flanders, New Hampton; Oalyin Jenkins, Barn- 
stead; Edward M. Drake, TUton; Ellis Oardner, Belmont; E. D. 
Page, Meredith. 

DejffUty /attor— Charles D. Thyng, Laconla. 

C9ron«rs~Albert Colby, F. W. Fowler, Laoonia. 

tieaUr^Qw. A. Sanders, Laoonia. 

JVbtoriei— 8. S. Jewett, Geo. A.Sanders, O.. W. Tibbetts, B. F. 
Reeves, A. 0. Leayitt, 8. E. Blaokstone, F. F. 
Elkins, G. P. Munsey, W. A. Plummer, Laconia; 0. D. Thyng, F. 
P. Morrel, New Hampton: W. T. Oass, 0. 0. Rogers, W. B. Fellows, 
A. T. CasB, Tilton; 0. W. Colby John Oeorge, Barnstead; H. 1. 
Jones. C. L. Pinkham, Alton; F. W.Hackett, Belmont: Thos. Co^- 
well, llenry Carroll, Oilmantont H. B. Qulnby, L. M. Ooald, S. B. 
Cole, John Aldrlch, 0. L. Pulsifer, Lakeport; D. E. Eaton, Bert- 
ram Blaisdell, Meredith. 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

BegitUr of Deedt^U. F. Abbott, Ossipee. 

TrMturer—J. F. Famham, Wakefield. 

a>mm<snoners— F. W. Barker, Effingham; B.F. Brown, Moulton- 
borongb: 8. W. Clow, Wolfeborough. 

Sheriff— L. M. Atkinson, Madison. 

Deputy Sheriffs— W. 0. Bradbnry, Effingham Falls; L. B. Moalton, 
Monltonville; M. L. Johnson, Union; L. F. Berry, Monltonboro; 
John G. Cate, Wolfeborough. 

Jat'Ior— J'aoob Manson, Ossipee. 

Cbron^*— Geo. W. Longee, Freedom; G. H. Shedd, Conway; J. M. 
Leayitt, Effingham. 

8^a2er— Frank K. Hobbs, Ossipee. 

Sotariei—D. O. Sanborn, B. C. Griffin, G. W. Pnrinton, Albany; 
O. W. M. Pitman, Bartlett; I. E. Clay, Chatham; C. W. Wilder, J. 
C. L. Wood, P. B. Osgood^. Pitman, W. G. Gerry, H. P. Wilder, 
Conway; E. I. Towle, G. W. Lougee, Freedom; A. M. Bumery, OB:«i- 
pee; E. M Heard. Sandwich; T. B. Mason, Mary J. Oilman, G. B. 
Oilman, AlonzoNickerson, Tarn worth* A. L. loote, J. L. Moore, 
Wakefield; L. P. Snow, Edwin Snow, Eaton; J. G. Gate, S. W. Ab- 
bott, C. P. Parker, W. C. Fox, C. F. Piper, R. P. Toung, Wolfebor- 
ough; D. O. Sanborn, Effingham; J. E. French, Moultonboroneh: 
C. W. Gray, Jackson. 

MERRIMACK COUNTY. 

Register of Deeds— atanuel N. Brown, Concord, 
rreamrer— Warren Abbott, Webster. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Sheriff and Jailor— f. Q. Edgerly, Con. DepuJty Sheriffs— G'^. B. 
C1ark4Bradford; Omar A. Towne, Franklin; M. Swain Clongh, Pitts- 
field ; Geo. A. H. Kimball, Hopkinton; L. M. Sanborn, Concord; 
B. R. Catler, Penacook; V. 8. Quimby, Andoyer; F. W. Morse, Sun- 
cook; H. C.Carbee, Hooksett; F. L. Ireland, Dunbarton.. 
Deputy JaUor^-h. M. Sanborn, Concord. 
Cbroncr— A. W. Silsby, Concord. 
iSSsaler-^Samnel P. Morrill, Concord. 

iVolarMff— Warren Martin, Allenstown ; Cbas. F. Daris, Bradford ; 
F. P. Andrews, H.W. Stevens. W. P. Fiske, I. A. Hill, A. H. Chase, 
N. B. Hale, Wm. 0. Bean, J. H. Rolfe, James Minot, 
N. B. Martin, L. D. Stevens, F. S. Streeter, Wm. F. Thayer, 
8. C. Eastman, H. ]^. Cavis, David F. Dndley, D. B. Donovan, J. 
F. Jones, C. W. Pnrmort, F. £. ShnrtlefT, Wm. Yeaton, Wm. A. J. 
Oilee, A. W. Silsby. J. K. Femald, Henry Bobinson, C. O. Remick, H. 
Q. Sargent, H. B. Roby, G. M. Fletcher, J. C. Line, 
ban, B. G. Leach, J. H. Morris, Wm. H. Sawyer, R. B. Walker, H. 
A. Brown, H. B. Career, F. W. Cheney, A. B. Cross, W. W. Flint, F. 
H. Oonld, Allen HolHs, W. D. Hardy, H. F. Hollis, S. G. Lane, J. 8. 
Matthews. A.S. Marshall, R. H. Rolfe, B. C. Ryder, G. C. Roy, M. J. 
Pratt, A. J. Shurtleff, Wm. Tutherly, F. N. Ladd, W. A. Stone, jr., 
Wro. D. Chandler, D. C.'Howe, L. N. Freeman, O.^G. Kammond,T. F. 
Clifford, Emile Pinganlt, Fred Leighton, C. N. Hall, Peter SanborD, 
Z. S. Freeman, Concord ; W. G. Bnxton, Boscawen ; C. B. 
Harrison, J. P. Proctor, Alexis Proctor, B.B. S. Sanborn, J. 
B. Barnard, F. N. Parsons, Frank Proctor, R. W. Bennett, Walker 
D. Hardy; Frank H. Daniell, C. W. Adams, Franklin; 
J. A. Fuller, C. C. Lord, W. S. Davis, Hopkinton ; J. C. Page, J. B. 
Haselton, A. F. Barbank, Pembroke ; R. H. Davis, Sntton ; J. A. 
■Qo«8,C. T. Cram, F. B. Berry, L. M. Johnson, C. C. Goss. N. A. 
Crany, B. A. Lane, PIttsfleld ; A. P.Davis,G.C.George, S. K. Page, F. M. 
Richards, Warner ; W. 0. Folsom, Hennikcr; C. A. Todd, G. W. 
(Gardner, J. P. Dixon, E. A. Jones, C. B. Pillsbury, W. C. Leonard, 
New London; Minot Steams, J. B. Hoitt, F. B. Goodhue, G. H. 
Cloug^h, Wilmot; Samuel Emery, Northfield. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. 

BtgiiUr of DmcI*— Dana W. King, Nashua. 

TrtatuTtr^V. C. Livingston, Manchester. 

CbmmiMicmers-^ohn F. Clough, Manchester; S. H. Baker, Hills- 
borough; Webster C. Brown, Nashua. 

Sheriff—'S^XhKDXeX Doane, Manchester. Deputy Sheriffis—Q. H. Per- 
TtiTiB. Anfriin; G. W. Ccahv.l. ff^own; Henry I. Whitney, Green- 
ville , F, \\\ Go lit J, J L : ; - 1 . , jgh; W. C. Berry, W. W. Boisvert, 

K C. B. Btivltt, H. II. hnnl, F. I B. Richardson, Manchester: F. W. 
(Jpdway, BUIford j.T. U. Jliitit, 1. r. Minard, J.F. Whltmarsh, Nashua; 
H, F, Xlcrbola, cWlerf Scou, T^terborough; Moses Clark,. W. W. 
Healh, Vl'lltoa. 

Jmlnfr—Bafid Waiiswdrtii, Miviichester. 

CormieTM—S&mm U. Hunt, Kiwhua; H. D. Lord,Manchester. 

Sw/ff— A. T. Barr, Mttncht^aif^r, 

iVoAitiet— Wm. B. RDttb, Amherst; Charles B.Dodge, 
L. D. Colli, A. B, rrojubte, \\. W. Baker, Antrim; Mary Butler, 
leBttlngton; A. H. Bixljy. H. W. Cummlngs, Francestown; 
J.G.f*gg»ft,0. F. SiiTnTiPr. *l P. Hadley. Ooflfstown: J. C. 
Cainpbun, B. K. Webber, J, F. [Jrimes, C. 0. White, W. D. For- 
■ajni, J. G. Campbell, IJilltiliun*' ■ J. H. Andrews, C. H.Bartlett, J. B. 
BftoiiPtl, JL B. Humham, C. K. Hiaco, J. F. Briggs, L. B. Clough, G. 
B. CbaaJler, J. M. CiiJin^Il^r, K, 11. Carpenter, Josiah Carpenter, C. E. 
CijcbniiSt J. E. Dudao, U. B. WtLiiter, N. P. Hunt, A. H. Hale, G. I. 



264 GOX7NTT OFFICERS. 



MoAllifter, B. F. Jonei, H. F. W. Little, T. J. Howard, D. A. T^gart, 
F. 0. Twombly, Fred N. Cheney, H. fi. Cilley, J. O. Crawford, A. F. 
Emerson, L. P. Foster, P. H. SnUivan, D. W. Lane, A. C. Osgood, G. W. 
Presoott, B. W. Sanborn, John Gage, Herman Rodelsperger, A. H. Wil- 
liams, W. M. Parker, F. C. Livingston, W. B. Stearns, I. L. Heath, Al- 
, onzo Elliott, J. P. Tattle, D. W. Perkins, Geo. F. Mooar, F. A. Bnrkea, 
H. D. Upton. F. B. Putney, B. M. Topliff, W. H. Wheeler, J. O. 
Lane, I. W. Smith, B. P. Cornish, B. M. Brooks, Aime Boisford, 

A. S. Bunton, J. S. Masseck, Harry B. Loveren, A. R. 
Simmons, H. B. Andrews, C. H. Babbitt, N. S. Bean, Geo. BIancfaet,B. 
F. Clark, J. J. Dillon, W.H. Drury, F. W. French, F. G. Hartshorn, 
W. B. Kendall, H, T.Lord, A. J. Lucier, B. B. Mann, A. W. Morgan, 

B. W. Nutting, J. B. Patte, C. A. Perry, F. L. Bouse, J. J. Shea, L. G. 
Smith, F. R. Starks, J. B. Strong, B. H. Tardivtl, N. T. Wallace, J. 
R. Willis, C. T Means, F. E. Martin, E. S. George, J. G. McAUaster, 
W. 0. McAllister, A. Q. Bugbee, W. G. Connor, J. A. Broderick, C. N. 
Little, Nathaniel Doane, G. A. Putnam G. L. Robinson, W. G.Afrlca, 
A. T. Blisson, T. J. Murphy, A. J. Bennett, 
A. H. Daniels, J. H. Reidell, A. O. OsgoodL John (VNiel, N. 
A. Cram. Manchester; Harmon Whittaker, Mason; 

C. S. Averill. Wm. A. Guild, A. L. Key es, C. B. Knight, W. M. 
Knowlton, J. M. Laws, £. J. Eeendall, Milford; M. R. Buxton, H. H. 
Davis, F. A. Eaton, G. B. French, W. A. Farley, C. W. Boitt, Carrie F. 
Cochran, B. A.Pease, J. A. Spalding, J. W. White, M. J. Merrill, B. 
8. Cutter, J. E. Dearborn, AlAred A. Hall, E. H. Wason, H. A. 
Cutter, E. B. Gould, J. J. Doyle, B. M. Gilman, J. P. Goggin, F. W. 
Hatch, I. F. Harris, C. D. Parker, A. A. Reynolds, J. B. Tillotson, 
Richard P. Elliott, S. S. Spaulding, W. A. Lovering, E. E. 
Johnson, B. E. Shaw, H. B. Atherton, ' R. 0. Greenleaf, 
Isaiah Bobbins Jr., F. E. Tupper, Geo. F. Jackson, C. J. 
Hamblett,Wm. T. Bailey, C. H. Burke, B. 0. Blunt, J. F. R)ynton, J. 
L. Clough, A. J. McKean, W. I. McKay. W. A. Nelson, J. B. Psirker, 
F. E. Peckham, B. B. Whittemore, M. A. Taylor, C. E. Lee, H. W. 
Kelley, W. E. Kittridge, G. W. Clyde, H. T. Ledoux, E. L. Kitt- 
ridge, E. B. Shaw, Nashua; W. A. Preston, New Ipswich; T. O 
Knowlton, R. D. Moore, B. P. Pox, New Boston ; F. G. Clark, J. F, 
Brennan, R. B. Hatch, M. L. Morrison, E. M. Smith, W. G. Livingston. 
Peterborough; G. S. Butler, Pelham; C. J. Hadley, 0. E. Branch, 
Weare; Moses Clark, George B. Bales, Wilton; Charles E. Hall, 
Greenville; W.F.Symonds, Hancock; W. P. Bacon, H. W. Hay ward. 
Temple; Geo. W. Bridges, Brookline; J. A. Riddle, Bedford; Q. S. 
Peavcy, Greenfield, J. M. Fox, Mount Vernon. 

CHESHIRE COUNTY. 

JRegister of Deedv— Charles C. Buffum, Keene. 

TrMsurer—J. E. Wright, Keene. 

Ckmmissioners— Warren H. Butler, Chesterfield; D. R. Cole, 
Keene ; R. H. Kittredge, Jaffrey. 

Sheriff— Willi Am S.Tuttle, Keene. Deputy SherifftS. 0. Gates, J. 
W. Buckminster, Keene; D.8. Swan, W. L. Rixford, . Winchester; 
Cyrus S. Moores, Marlborough; F. S. Pierce, Jaffrey, H. A. Perry, 
Walpole; H. A. Thompson, Pitzwllliam Depot; Lewie Davis, East 
Jaffrey; Herbert Nichols, Peterboro, Hillsborough County. 

Jailor— Wm. Tuttle, Keene. 

Obrofwr— 0. F. Rowell, Keene. Sealer— Yirgil A. Wright, Keene. 
iwiT iS'^^^V^- ??**.*' Alstead; G. W. Qleason, Dublin; Henry Ab- 
^ ^i?ir!^n°*"5^' ^' ^'^ Brf«»»ara. W. H. Jennings, Winchester; A, 
iat?itSS: ^- B- P^rry Jitzwilliam; Hiram Blake, j! R. Beal, A. T. 
Batchelder, H. O. Coolidge, F. C. Faulkner, D. H. Woodward, 0. G. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 265 

TXimay R. H. Porter, J. B.Wright, Leonard Wellington, Silas Hardy, W. 
L. Mason, J. B. Abbott, Hosea Foster, H. B. Yiall, 0. 0. Baffum, J. J. 
Donahue, L. W. Holmes, A. L. Wright, W. R. Porter, A. J. Holden, 
John T.Abbott,OnrilleE.Pain, Frank H. Whitcomb, L. G. Litchfield, 
Keene; A.H.Latham,G.S.Wilder,B.J.Temple,niusdale; M.T.Stone,Troy; 
J. G. Bellows, E. K. Seabnry, Walpole; B. S. Steams, Ned Thrasher, 
Rindge; F. S. Pierce, J. H. Poole, G. L. Rich* J. M. Pierce, Jaflfrey; 
D. W. Tenney. Clinton Collins, Marlboro; Obediah Sprague, Swan- 
zey; W.Bill, jr., Westmoreland; Luther W. F. Mark, J. A. I^ove- 
land, Gilsnm; D. W. Slade,^ Chesterfield; B.«A. Jones, Marlow; J.M. 
Rice, E. B.Dodge, B. H. Griffiths, Stoddard. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Begister of Deeds^Alhert L. Hall, Newport. 

Treaaurer—lS.. R. Neal, Ac worth. 

OomtnisHoners—lBaAo H. Long, Claremont; Geo. H. Fairbanks, 
Newport; W. E. Westgate, Cornish. 

Sheriff-^. V. Gunnison, Newport. Deputy iS%«r(^— James Holt , 
Claremont; Rnftis P. Claggett, Newport; Ora 0. Daris, Meriden; Geo. 
Boyd. Claremont.; 

JttUor—'Bi. P. Claggett, Newport 

Cmnmers—TH. S. Rossiter, Claremont; F. T. Yanghan, Newport. 

«%a2er-— George W. Fitch, Claremont. 

NotarU9—J^. L. Sarsons, Acworth ; H. W. Bond,G. H. Stoughton, F. 
W. Hamlin, Charlestown ; F. H. Brown, C. B. Spoflford, I. G. Colby, 
Hermon Holt, H. W. Parker, Burt Chellis, Frank T.Vaughan, John L. 
Farwell, jr., 0. F. R. Waite, B. M. Kcmpton, Claremont ; O.A. Thomp- 
son Grantham; A. S. Wait, Perley A. Johnson, Geo. Dodge, S. D. 
Lewis, Geo. B. Lewis, E. N.Johnson, J. C . Grandy, F. C. Grant, 
Newport ; A. S. Bartholomew, J. T. Duncan, W. P. Thrasher, Plain- 
field; Geo. B. Hilliard, W. H. Sisson, Cornish; Wm. C. Sturoc, Suna- 
pee; A. J. Cutting, Washington. 

GRAFTON COUNTY. 

Begitter ofDeed»—Q. H. Kendall, Bristol. 

Treaturer — G. H. Turner, Bethlehem. 

Commiuioners—B.. F. Hoyt,jr., Hanover; J. F. Huckins, Ashland; 
Henry F. Greene, Littleton. 

Sherifft Charles 0. Hurl butt, Lebanon. Deputy Sheriffs— Vf. B. Blan- 
din, Bath; W. A. Gibson, Haverhill ; C. R.-Coburn, Littleton; Allen B. 
Ash, Lisbon; C, H. Riley, Orford ; M. S. Brown, Plymouth; Chas. 
Moffett, Lisbon; W. S. Leonard, Rnmney ; A. E. Davis, Woodsville; 
H. T. Howe, HaAover; E. P. Harrington, Ashland; 0. A. Smith, 
Bristol; C. M. Murray, Canaan; J. P. Huckins, Plymouth, H. E. 
Morrison, Piermont. 

Jailor— W. A. Gibson, Haverhill. 

awoner»—B.B. Hnse, Enfield; Isaac Willard, Orford'; D. D. Dow, 
M.F. Young, Littleton; M.C. Dole, Campton,F. M. Hughes, Ash- 
land. 

Sealer— H. P. Goodrich, Lebanon. 

Notaries— ¥. M. Hughes, A. W. Drew, 0. A. Brown, H. S. Hockins, 
Ashland; J. F. Morse, Chas. Child, Bath; C. E. Baker, Benjamin 
Tucker, Bethlehem ; K. E. Dearborn, L. W. Fling, I. A. Chase, C. 
W. Fling, G. A. Emerson, Bristol ; G. W. Murray, Flora B. Day, S. R. 
Swett, C. 0. Barney, Canaan; B. B. Huse, Elmer E. Jones, Enfield; 
0. H. Greenleaf, W. F. Parker, Franconia; N.S.Huntington,C.P.Chase, 
A. N. Frost, G. H. Hitchcock, Q.F.Colby, Hanover; E. B. Morgan 



206 OOXTNTT OFHOIBS. 



B. R. Weeki, 8. B. Page, W. F. Westgate. ?. M. Tncker, W. B. Shaw, 
R. F.Parker, J. O. Marston, Chester Abbott, C. J. Ayer,R.T.Bartl(ftt, 
E B. Pike, G. 8. Smith, H. W. Allen, Haverhill; J. B. Dewey, J. 
L. Spring, C.K.Cooper, F. H. Foster, Wm. 8. Carter, A. 0. Shaw, L. A. 
BaBterbrook,0. T. Briggs, W.P. Burton, F. H. Hosford, Chas. A. 
Downs, Lebanon ; A. A. Woolaon, B. 0. Jackman, A. W. Baker, jr., 
Lisbon ; Oscar 0. Hatch, W. H. Mitchell, A. J. Bazrett, B. H. Oorning, 
D. C. kemich, J. A. Riley, C. H. Piper, L. B. Heald, H. K. HaUett, 
D. D. Dow, Littleton ; H.H. Holt, P. B. Fairfleld, Lyme; 0. H. Hos- 
ford, J. 0. Peabody, W. S. Smith, Monroe; Paul Lang, H. H. Oonant, 
Isaac WiIlard,Orrord; G. H. Adams, Alvin Barleigh, R. B.Smythe, 
A. F. Wentworth, Plymouth; 8am*l Herbert, 0. B. Simpson, W. D. 
Baker, H. W. Herbert, Rumney ; J.F. WUley, J. H. Williams, F. 
C.Hall, Warren; W. A. Flanders, Wentworth; M. J. HaseltiDe 
Thornton ; Q. W. Mann, Benton; 8. W. Clement, Dorchester. 

0008 COUNTY 

Rtgidtr of D«td»—U. S. Hilliard, Lancaster. 

Treasurer^yf. H. McCarten, Lancaster. 

a>mm<iii(m«r*— Perley Knapp, Stewartstown; A. W. Miner, White- 
iield; C. B. Philbrook, Shelbume. 

Shirif—T. 0. Beattie, Lancaster. DqtUiv Sheriffk—C. S. Aldrich, 
H. F.Jacobs, Colebrook; F. N. Wheeler, Berlin; L. F. roHensby, 
Whitofleld ; C. O. Hamlin, Gorham. 

Jailor— John H. Ingerson, Lancaster. 

Cbron«r«— H. M. LeaTitt, Colebrook; 0. B. Allen, B. Y. Cobleigh, 
Lancaster. 

BeaUr—E. Y. Cobleigh, Lancaster. 

Notarie§—J. H. Dudley, B. F. Bailey, H. F. Bailev. T. F. 
Johnson, Colebrook; J.K.Meader,DaIton;H.D.F.Toung,F.D.Hatchins, 
Merrill Shurtleff, W. H. McCarten, Bdmond Sullivan H. P. Kent,W.P. 
Buckley, C. B. Mclntlre, 8. W. Cushing, G. N. Kent, A. J. Niles, 
lAUcaster ; A. U. Eastman, R. N. Chamberlin, D. J. Daley, Q. B. 
Burgess, Herbert L Go8s, Q. F. Rich, Berlin; L. C. Bragg, Errol: 
J. F. Libbey, A. R. Bvans, Thos. Gifford, A. 8. Twltchell, Gorham; 
James S. Pbipps, 8. 8. Furbush, G. W. Bond, Milan; C. D. Plaits, 
J. C. Pattee, Stratford; F. W.Page, I. 8. M. Gove, Whitefleld ; Elmer 
B. Powell, L. B. Lamson, Northumberland; Manassah Perkins, 
Jefferson. 

U. 8. Cominissioneri. 

Fremont B. Sbnrtleff, Concord; Merrill Shurtleff^ Lancaster ; J. 
O. Crawford, Manchester, 

Hational Sank Examimer. 

Franklin P. KtUom. 

Railr€Ni.€l Commiisloners* 

Henry M. Putney, Manchester; Josiah G. Bellows, Walpole; 
B. B. 8. Sanborn, Franklin. 

Special Railroad Commisaioners. 

' Fob Boston and Mains R. R. — J. C. Tasker, Dover. 
Fob Pktkbbobo and Ssiblit R. R J. 8. Taft, Keene. 

Commiuioiiers of Pilotage, Port off Portomonth. 

mouth ^' ^^^^* ^*»°">" H- J^Wer. Albert Rand, Ohas. W. Gray,Ports- 



COMMISSIOKRRS. 267 



State Board off Equalizatioiu 

John M. Hill, pre8.,Ck)ncord; C. A. Dole, sec., Lebanon;" Ghas. 
McDaniel,Sprl|igfield; John H. Parker, Goffstown; Edwin Snow, 
Eaton. 

State Board of BEealth. 

G. A. Bamsdell, Nashna; B. 0. Eastman, Exeter, ex-o£Bcio; I. 
A. WAtson, M. D., Q. P. Conn, M. D., Concord; C. S. Collins, M. D., 
liashna; B. F. Fletcher, Hanover. Dr. Watson is Secretary. 
Office in the State-house. The State Board of Health also constitute a 
Board of Commissioners of Lunacy, to examine into the care and treat- 
ment of the insane in^ asylums in the State, with power of action in 
certain cases. 

R€)iri«trar of Tital Statiiitic*. ' 

Irying A. Watson, M. D., Concord. 

State jftoard of ALSrlcnlture. 

Rooms at the State House, 
rj. B. Walker, pres., Concord; E. E. Bixby, Bethlehem; 
Chas. B. Hoyt, Sandwich- H. Q. Hadley, Temple; Jas. 
M. Hayes, Dover; Job.A. Hall, Brookline ; John D. Lyman, Exeter ; G. 
H. Wadleigh, Tilton ; Willard Bill, jr., Westmoreland; George W. 
Mann, Benten; L. J. Miner, Whitefield; W. H. Sisson, Cornish; Nahum 
J. Bachelder, Andorer, Secretary. 

Commisvioner 

To promote the Agricultural rescources of the State, through Iial 
migration and other means : Nahum J; Bachelder, AndoTer. 

lasnrance ComniiMtoner. 

John C. Linehan, Concord. 

State Board of Cattle GommiMioners. 

Nahum J. Bachelder, Andover; Irring A. Watson, Concord. 

GomaaiMioner of Iiabor* 

. Julian F. Trask, Laconia. 

r*^^ ' Hi Bank Gommtsilotters. 

Alpheos W Baker, Lebanon; John Hatch, Greenland; Thomas J. 
Walker, Concord. 

Imspectors of Steaaaboats. 

Fred S. Bean, Bfancheeter; C. W. McDaniel, Lakeport. 
Ballot Xaw^ Gommissioners* 

B. G. Eastman, Exeter, ex-offido; Henry B. Burnham, Manchester 
Irving W. Drew, Lancaster. 

Fisli aad Game.Gommlsvioiiers. 

rN. Wentworth, Hudson; Wm. H. ShurUeflT. Lancaster; F. L, 
Hughes, Ashlwwl State Dbtbctivb, C. B. Clarke, Concord. 



368 COMMISSIONERS. 

Forevtrj Commiastoners. 

Geo. B. Ghaodler, Manchester; J. F. Oolby, Hanoyer; N. B. Bryant; 
Audorer; Geo. H. Moeee, sec., Ck)no(Hrd. 

Board of Hanaffers of tbe N. H. Soldiers* X[oiiie» 
£ocatod at TUton. 

G. A. RHmsdell, Nashua, L. W. Aldrioh, Westmoreland, ex-offieio ; 
GharlesB. Til ton, Tilton; Daniel Hail, Dover; Charles W. Stevens, - 
Nashua; Thomas P. Oheney, Ashland; M. M. Collis, Portsmouth. 

Editor of Atato Paper*. 

A. 8. Batchellor, Littleton. 

€oiniiilisioneri off Pliannacjr and Practical 
Clftcmlatry* 

C. A. Tufts, t)over; Edward H. Currier, Manchester; B. O. Aldrich, 
Keene. 

Soard of Hegivtratlon In Jientlvtrjr. 

Geo. A. Bowers, Nashua; E. B. Gushing, Laoonia; W. R. Black- 
stone, Blanohester. 

Iilbrarj GommlMloners. 

Edward H. Gilman, Exeter; J. H. Whittier, Rochester ; Geo. T. 
Cruft, Bethlehem ; Hosea W. Parker, Claremont ; Arthur H.Chase, 
Oonoord. 

State Iilqnor Affents. 

G. F. Underbill, Concord, for 1st Cong. Dist.; G. W. Weeks, La- 
oonia, for 2d Cong. Dist. 

State lilbrarlan. 

Arthur H. Chase, Concord. 

Auditors* 

State Treasurer's accounts, M. L. Morrison, Peterborough; State 
Printer's accounts, H. M. Cheney, Lebanon; F. M. Bollins, Man- 
chester. 

Cominlssloners ffor otlier States, 

Residing in New Hampshire. 
GxoBGiA— Ira A. Chase, Bristol. 
New York— Calvin Page, Portsmouth. 
Wisconsin— B. M. Brooks, Manchester. 

Commissioners ffor Ne\r Hampsliire) 

Residing in other States. 

Caufornia — Socromenfo, James E. Mills; San Francisco, L. D. 
Craig, J. M. Nongues, James L. King; Alameda, W T. Blakely. 

Colorado— 2>«nver, D. G. Taylor. 

CeNNECTicuT- iVfeto Havm, Livingston W.CIeaveland. W.A. Wrf«ht' 
JTar^ord, Henry B. Taintor. ' 

ENQLANi^iiondon, Wm. M. Harris, Henry C. King, Alfred Heales. 
J. Burke Henry; Ha/rtUpool, T. M. Smith. *!«"«», 

Georgia— -4<ton<a, C. B. Gonyers. 
1 J'^iNois—CTiicairo, Silas S. Willard, Philip A. Hoyne. C. O. Bart- 
lett, M. A. Foote, S. W. King, W. B. Humphry, Stuart Derby! 



COMBOSSIONBBS. 



Irblahd— £ifZ/am«y, Michael T. O'Connor. 

KxHTUCKT— Xou»«vtUe, Newton G. Rogers. 

Louisiana— iV«ii; Orkantt Melony G. Soniat, J. G. Eustif . 

MAnis—Bcac?telder'i Qrcait^ Oarl R. Storrs; Prythurg^ S. W. Fife. 

Mabtland — Baltinwre^ Philip H. Hoffman, G. Evett Reardon, 
J. K. Bartlett, jr., Geo. McCaffray, A. H . Fisher. 

MAflSAOHUSRrrs — Ametburyt Geo. W. Gate; Boston, Wm. P. Fowler, 
AagmtineH. Read, Geo. R.Fowler,Geo. R.Swase7, Edward J. Jones, 
Samael Jennison, Elmer E. Young, Thomas J. Morrison, T..B. Bra^ 
man, Ella P. Braman, Nelson Monroe, 0. H. Adams^W. G. Bnrbank, 
B. M. Femald, A. W. Hayes, F. G. Hyde, A. R.Torrey, D. B. Whittier; 
BdverkOly N. G. Bartlett, L. C. McKinstry; LowM.R. S. Bacon; Mer- 
rimaekt M. Perry Sargent; Tbumtend, Ithamer B. Sawtell ; Worces- 
ter, BUiott H. Peabody; Winehendon, Geo. M. Whitney, F. B. Spalter; 
Everett, G. A. Emerson; Salem, H. M. Meek; Boston, F. E. Barnard. 

BfisdouBi-HSf . Xouit, Gharles D.Greene, Jr.} Kan8a9 City, E. G. 
Reynolds; JopUn, C. H. Haren. 

Minnesota — ifJfmMOpoUt, A. F. Sweetser; Bt, /\im2, Ambrose 
Tighe. 

Nxw Beunswiok— «8k. Jb^fM, John Kerr. 

New Tobk— ifew TorJi; vwy, F. Bell Fenwick, A. G. Anderson, 
Gbas. G Lnnt, Thomas B. Glifford, Geo. H. Corey, 
William H. Glarkson, Eleaser Jackson, Geo. H. Taylor, Charles B. 
Mills, B. F. Braman, Julias Krause , R. K. McHarge. J. O. Miller, jr., 
J. P.Osborn,T. F. Tlnkham, F. B. Fairman, Leo Schwab, Vincent 
Rosemon, Joseph G. Braman, Thomas W. Folsom, John A. Hillery, 
Alfred MacKay, Wm. F. Iiett, E. F. Corey, P. F. Callahan. W F. 
Hardenbrook, F. A. Bamham, J. A. Garter, L. L. LeTy. Bt^ffalo, Wm. 
Johnson ; Bw^iester, Edward F. W^ellington; Brooklyn, Bernard 
Fowler. 

New Jebsbt— iVeuNirifc, E. A. Whitehead; Lakewood, Albert M. 
Bradshaw, W. G. O'Leary. 

TESVEBBKR—Naehville, B. M. Brinkley. 

OaiQ'—GineinnaH, Joseph T. Harrison, Lipman Lery. 

OBseoN— i\>r(Iafid, Eugene D. White. 

Pennstltania— PM2a(2e^Aia, E.H. Cloud, E. H. Frielander, Edward 
Shippen, Wm. J. Fell, Thos. J. Hunt, Samuel L. Taylor, Geo. W. Hunt. 

Pbotincb op Quebec— ifon<r«al, John M. M. Dun. 
/ Rhode lBLAXJ>—Providenee, Gilman E. Jopp. 

yMMOtfr^BrattUboro, Wm. S. Newton; Newbury, Edgar W. Smith, 

Washington, D. C. — Anson S. Taylor, Frank W. Hackett, Terrence 

A. Dnffy, G. S. Bundy, H. P. Blair, R. H. Evans, J. E. Mitchell, W. 

B. Thompson. 

Board off Gliaritie* and Correction. 

Mrs. J. B. Yarick, Manchester; John Kivel, Dover: Mrs. A. 
P. Carpenter, Concord; O. J. M. Gilman, Alton ; G. G. Davis, 
Marlboroogtau 

Police GomnilMioners. 

OoMord—3. E. Dwight, C. C.Danforth, Giles Wheeler. 
ifaacA««tor-N. 8. Clark, F. P. Carpenter, H. E. Lovering. 
Na»hua-C. H. Burke, P. D. Cook, M. A. Taylor. 
PmiMUMih-^. B. Dimick, J. J. Larkcy, A. F. Howard. 
Bxeter—3. B. Gardner, G. A. WentworthjAlblon Burbank. 
Laecnia P. C. Sanborn, P.B. Bosiel, C. W. Yaughan. 



270 STATE mSTTTUnONS 



Pensions* 

Aatmt to pa^ ptmiom in New Hampshire and r«nii<m«— Thomaa 
CoMwell, GilmaQton, N. H. Office, Concord, N. H. 

anrgtmu to examine pensionen in New Hati^shire, 

Concord, F. A. StUangi, A. K. Day, A. E- Emery (Pcwcook); Bxofc- 
r, Wm. Q.' Perry; KeeD^ A.B. Glea«on, G.O. Hill, W L Leon- 
•Vd (Hin8d,le)i>conla. A. W. Abbott, G H. Baltmawh (^eport) 
A 8 Bolster (Belmont); Lanoaater, Bstra Mitchell. B. F. Stockwell, 
W.H . Lelth; Mancheeter, James SuUivan. A. G. Straw, J. B. Lemaitre; 
Nashoa, E. B. PreBcott,C. B. Hammond, B. Q. Moran; Newport, H. 
L Siickney; Peterborough, C. H. Cutler, Portsmouth, AC. Hcf- 
llnger, F. 8. Towlc, M. F. Smith (Hampton);Plymouth, A R. Gar- 
rey, i. Bums. J. M. Cheney : Bochester, J. H. Neal; Claremont, 
L<inardJarTl8; Sanape^ E. C. Fisher; SanbornTiUe, E. H King 
(Wolfeborough), G. K Shedd (Conway), J. M. Lcavitt (Effingham). 

BTATB IIVBTITUTIONB. 
PunltlTe and Beformatorr* 

NBW HAMPSHIRE STATE PRISON. 
Charles E. Cox, Warden ; S. D. Robinson, Deputy Warden; Physl 
cian, B. A. Clark; Chaplain, RcT. 0. 8. Pinkham. Prisoners em- 
ployed In making chairs— price received for each man's labor, per 
day, 40 cents. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 
Tbubtiib.— Pres., J. 8. Lanehan, Concord; Sees. Mrs. Ollre R. 
Clarke, Manchester; 0. 8. Brown, Salmon Falls; Geo. Holbrook, Man- 
chester; A. 8. Wait, Newport; Judge Hunt, Manchester ; W. C. 
Marshall Laconla; Treas. and Supt., John C. Ray; Matron, Mrs. John 
C. Ray; Teachers, Miss B. F. Scoville, Miss Ina Nichols, Miss Char- 
lotte Hobart. 

BeneToient* 
ASYLUM FOR THB INSANB. 
Superintendent, C P. Bancroft; Trustees, Dexter Richards, New- 
port, President ; J. B. Walker, Concord, Sec.; John A. Spalding, 
Nashua; W.G.Perry, Exeter; John C. French, Manchester; B. O. 
Grossman, Lisbon ; James A. Bdgerly, Soniersworth ; J. E. Barry, 
W. F. Thayer, Concord ; Morris Gristle, Antrim} Geo. W. Pierce, 
Winchester; H, B. Qulnby, Laconla. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE ORPHANS^ HOMB. 
Webiter Farm, FrankUn. 
Incorporated July 18, 1871. This Institution is for the destitute and 
homeless children of the State, without regard to sect, and is support- 
ed by voluntary contributions. The State makes no appropriations. 
Pres., Frederick Smyth, Manchester ; Vice-Pree., Dexter Richards, 
Newport; Treas., John Kimball, Concord ; Secretary, W. G. Buxton, 
Penacook ; Supt., Rev. J. Noyes ; Matron, Mrs. Frances M. Noyes. 

Educational* 

NBW HAMPSHIRE 
COLLEGE OF AGRICUIiTUBE AND MECHAiaO ABT8 . 

LoccUed at Durham. 
Irwteet.—Hon. George A.Wa8on, New Boston, President; Gov. Geo. 
A. Bamsdell, ex trfflcio; C. 8. Murkland, President of the College, m 
qffieioi Charles W. Stone, A. M., East Andover ; Lucien Thompeon, 



STATB INBllttTTIOKS. 271 

Seo., Dnrham; Hon. JohnQ. Tallant, Pembroke; Frederick?. Com- 
ings, B. S., Lee ; Geo. B. Williame^Walpole, Hon. Warren Brown, 
Hampton Falls; Hon. Frank Jones, Portsmouth; Hon. John W. 
Sanborn, Wakefield; Jeremiah W. Sanborn, M. S., Gilmantown; 
B.W. Pillabury, B. S., Londonderry* Hon. Frederick Smyth, Man- 
chester, Treas.; A. P. JBuierson, Manchester, Acting Treas. 

The course of study consists of four full college years of 85 weeks 
each, and embraces six divisions OenercU Courte; Course in 
A^rioliltnre, Agricultural c hemlstry, Mechanical Bngineering, Blec- 
trical Engineering, Technical Chemistry. Also a two years course 
in Agriculture, a Winter course of ten weeks, a Dairy School of 
four weeks, and a non-resident course. Tuition is practically free to 
•U students needing »id, and additional assistance is giren in vari- 
0118 forms. 

STATE LIBBART. 

Librarian, Arthur H. Ohase. Ooncord ; Trustee), Qeorge 0. Qilmore 
Manchester; W. W. Bailey, Nashua; William D. Chandler, Concord. 
Yolumes in Library Jan. 1, 1890, 45,U00. 

KOBMAL SCHOOL.— PfymoutA. 
Principal— A. H. Campbell. 

The State Normal School was authorized by act of the Legislature 
in 1870. It was located at Plymouth, and began its first term in 
llarch, 1871. l>urlng its existence up to Jan. 16, 1897, 559 have grad- 
uated from its courses of study. Number of dllTerent pupils in Normal 
and Training Schools during the last year, 375. 

IVtMfees— Gov. 0. A. Ramsdell, ex oj^cio, Nashua, pres.; Fred Cowing, 
e« oi^icto, Nashua, State supt. pub. inst.; Alvin Burleigh, Plymouth, 
iec*y ; Wm. H. Mitchell, Littleton ; Geo. H. Steams, Manchester; 
Cyrus Sargea.it, Plymouth; J. C. Simpson, Portsmouth;Geo. H. Adams, 
Plymouth, treas. 

NBW HAMPSHIRB CONFERBNCB SEMINABT AND FEMALE 
COLLEGE, TiUon, N, H. 

Prof. O. L, Plimptcn, A.B., PrineipaL 

A chartered college for ladies. A preparatory school for gentlemen, 
with several specialconrses in Science, Business, Art, Music, and Lan- 
guages. Large faculty, excellent moral influences, thorough instruc- 
tion, with moderate expenses. 

^HOLDERNESS SCHOOL FOB BOYS, Plymouth, N. H, 
The Rev. Lorim WebgUry Principal, 
The Rt. Rev. W. Wr Niles, D. D., Pres. 
The Holderness School for Boys was established in 1879. 
Boys are received at any age over 10 years, and are fitted for 
eollege and scientific schools. 

The terms are $ 300 per annum for residents of New Hampshire, and 
$360 for others. 



272 8TATB socnrnss. 

•OGIETIB8 Ilf THE STATE. 

THE NEW HAlfPSHIBB HISTORICAL SOGISTT, 

organiMd in 1823, has for iU object the preeerration of the history of 
the State, by addreesee, eoaye aad papers read at the meetings ot the 
Society, by publication of important documents which might other- 
wise be lott, and by bringing together in a library, both printed booka 
and manoacripts relating to the towns, counties and state, and also to 
mdiriduals and charitable and religions organizations. Its library 
consists of OTer 11,000 Tolumes and a fi;reat number of pamphlets. An- 
nual reports of towns and all printed pamphlets relating to the state 
are earnestly desired. They may be sent by mail to the librarian at 
Ck>ncord. All persons, whether members or not, are invited to use the 
library. Open daily, forenoon and afternoon, except Saturday after' 
noon and Sunday. 

OrpioiES— President, Lyman D. SteTens, Concord; Tice^reslden tB» 
A. 8. Wait, Newport; W. C. Todd, Atkinson; rec sec'., John C. Ord- 
way. Concord; treas., Wm. P. Fiske, Concord; librarian, Nathan F. 
Carter, Concord ; cor. sec., A. S. Batohello^ liittleton ; neorologist, 

E. £. OraTCS, Boscawen. 

N. H. ANTIQUARIAN SOCIBTT. 

Rooms and library at Hopkinton. Pres^ Rst. Thos. J. Dmmm, 
Concord; Vice-Presidents, O. A. Curtice, Contoooook, Joseph Bar- 
nard, Hopkinton; Rec. and Cor. Sec, Mrs. Silas Ketchum, 70 Saun- 
ders St., Lawrence, Mass ; Treas., John Kimball, Hopkinton ; Histor- 
ical Committee, A. P. Peabody, Henniker ; Miss L. A. DaTis, Daris- 
Tille ; J. M. Connor, Hopkinton ; Miss Mary B. Harris, Warner. 

THE N. H. MEDICAL SOCIBTT 
was incorporated and organized in 1791, with the Hon. Josiah Bart' 
lett, then Pretident of the State, as its President. 

The officers for 1897 and 1898 are as follows: President, M.O. 
Lathrop, Dover ; vice-pres., 0. H. Saltmarsh, Lakeport ; treasurer, M. 
H. Felt, Hillsborough; sec, Oranyille P. Conn, Concord; Execative 
committee, Charles R. Walker, F. A. Stillings, Concord; George D. 
Towne, Manchester; W. T. Smith, Hanover; F. B. Kittredge, 
Nashua; I. J. Prouty, Keene; A. C. Heffenger, Portsmouth ; anniver- 
sary chairman, A. W. Mitchell, Epping. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY 

was incorporated in 1862. Annual meetings on the third Wednesday 
in June, Officers : President, A. J. Todd, Manchester ; vlce-pres., R. 
W. Wiley, Laconia; sec, J. A. Wrisley, Lakeport ; treas., Chas. E. 
Dodge, Manchester. 

ECLECTIC SOCIETY. 

F. L. Gerold, Belmont; W. H. True. Laconia; W. F. Templeton, 
Manchester; Enos Huckins, Plymouth; £. C. Chase, Orford. 

N. H. PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Pres., G. E. Philbrick, Portsmouth; vice-pres.. S. H. Bell, Derry; 

F. A. James, Manchester; sec, P. L. Way, Manchester ; treas., B. H. 
Currier, Manchester; auditor, G. Fred Soule, Manchester. 

N. H. ASSOCIATION OF HOSPITALS. 
Pres., S. C. Eastman, Concord; secy., J. Hatch, Greenland. 



STATE SOOUfiTlES. 278 



N. H. DENTAL 80CIBTT. 

Ptm^ A. J. Sawyer, Manchester; vice-pres., F. H. Brown, Leba- 
non; treaa., Oeo. A. Tonng, Concord; sec^ F. F. Fisher, Manchester; 
ex. coancll, W. R. Blackstone, Manchester ; W. W. Cushman, .Clare- 
mont; F. S. Pntnam, Newport. 

TEU STATE ^OABDS OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

N. H. Medical Socnmr—Pres., George Cook, Concord ; sec, J. T. 
Greeley, Nashua. 

N.H. HoMEO. Medical SooxETY—Pres., Q. W. Flagg, Keene; 
see, B. H. Hazelton, Lebanon. 

N. H. EoLBono SociETT— Pres., W. H. True, Laconia; sec., P. L. 
Qerald, Belmont. 

N. H. ASSOCIATION OF BOARDS OF HEALTH. 

Pres.. Dr. Geo. Cook, Concord; -vice-pres.. Dr. C. W. Downing, 
Manchester; Dr. D.M. Currier, .Newport; sec.. Dr. I. A. Watson, 
Concord; treas., E. N. Pearson, Concord. 

N.H. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

Incorporated Aug. 16, 1889. The annual meeting occurs on the last 
Wednesday in January. The last was held in Manchester. President, 
Arthur H. Chase, Concord ; Vice Presidents, Marvin D. Bisbee, Hano- 
Ter; Daniel Hall, Dover; Secretary, Grace Blanchard, Concord ; Trea- 
surer, Miss A. B. Pickering, Newiugton. The above officers compose 
the exeoQtive board of this Association. 

N.H. TEACHERS* ASSOCIATION. 
President, W. N. Cragin, Bodhester, vice-pree., C. H. Noyes, Nash- 
ua; sec.. Miss Alice C. Taggart, Manchester; trees., Channing Fol- 
som, Dover; executive committee, J. B. McFadden, Keene; Lilly P. 
Shepard, Nashua. 

N. H. MUSIC. TEACHERS' ASSO9IATION. 
President, C. S. Whitehouse,Gonic; sec., B. T. Scales, Dover; asst. 
secy.. Miss Anna L. Melendy, Nashua; board of management, ReT» 
Lorin Webster, Plymouth ; Bev. C. S. Mnrkland, Durham; H. O. 
Blaisdell, Concord, with President and Secretary, ex-Qfficio. 

Relifrions* 

N.^. BAPTIST CONVENTION. 
Composed of ministers and delegates from the churches. The last 
annual meeting was held with the Merrimack St. Baptist church in 
Manchester, Oct 20-21, 1897. The officers are: Presi- 
dent, Rev. 0. C. Sargent, Chu*emont; sec'y, 
Rev. Wm. Hurlin, Antrim; treasurer, E. M. Shaw, 
Nashua. The board of managers is composed of twenty-four persons 
in addition to the above. Associations, 6 ; churches, 86 : members, 
10,001; baptized during the year, 373. Ordained ministers, 92 ; licenti- 
ates, 13. Twenty-nine poor churches received aid during the year to 
enable them to maintain pastors, to the amount of $3,337.56; and a 
missionary to the French was employed, half of his salary being paid 
by the Am. Bap. Home Mis. Soc. The next annual meeting is to be 
held with the First Baptist Church in Nashua, Oct. 19-20, 1898. 



8TATB 8001BTIBS. 



CoNPBUifOK OP BAPnst BfiMUTBBB IN K. H.— The^last annual meet- 
ing waa at Merrimack Street Baptist church, Manchester 
Oct. 19» 1897. Officers, pres., Rot. B. H. Lane, Antrim; sec., Rer. 
J. H. Nichols, Derry Depot; treas. and statistical secretary, Rev. 
Wm. Hurlin, Antrim. In addition to the above, there are six 
directors, one from each Association in the State. The objects of 
this organisation are mutaal improvement, increased nsefulness, and 
the raising of a ftand, the interest of which, added to contributions 
from tlie churches and ministers, is to aid indigent and disabled 
ministers in the State. Two were thus aided Isst year to the 
amoant of $100 dollars each. The next annual meeting will be held 
with the First Baptist Church in Nashua, October 18, 1898. 

N. H. Bapyist Sunday School Oonvsntion. — ^The last annual meet- 
ing was at Merrimack Street, Manchester, Oct. 19, 1897. OfBcers, 
pres., Hev. K. F. Sneil, Hampton Falls; sec. and treas.. Rev. W. O. 
Hubbard, Wilton, No. of Sunday Schools, 81 : olBcers and teach- 
ers, 1,282; scbohurs, 8,397. The^ next annual meeting will be at 
Nashua, October iStb, 1898. 

Niw Hampbhiri Baptist Young Pioplu' Union. The last annu- 
al meeting was at Manchester, Oct. 19, 1897. Officers : President, 
Rev. E. W. Dow, Troy ; secretary and treasurer, Allen M. Wilson, 
Manchester. The next annual meeting will be at Nsshua, October 
18, 2898. 

N. H. Baptist Historical Sociitt— Object, To collect and preserve 
printed and manuscript books, documents, etc., relating to the his- 
tory of the Baptists, and of other denominations in the State. The 
last annual meeting was at Manchester, October 20, 1897. Officers, 
Pres., Rev. W. A. Farreu, New London ; sec.. Rev. 0. A. Tenney, 
Newport; treas., F. A. Hawley, Manchester; Librarian, Rev. J. 
H. Bobbins, Concord. These, with six others, one from each Associa- 
tion, form the Board of Managers. The next annual meeting will be 
at Nashua, October 19, 1898. 

CONQBBGATIONALISTS. 

The General Association of N. H. is composed of delegates from the 
Congregational and Presbyterian churches of the State. It meets an- 
nually in September. 

The officers are, secretary, Rev. C. F. Roper, West Lebanon; 
statistical secretary and treas., Rev. S. L. Gerould, HoIIis. 

Number of Congregational churches, 193 ; Presbyterian, 8 ; mem- 
bers, 20,224; connected with Sabbath Schools, 20,464; ministers. Con- 
gregational, 176; Presbyterian, 6. Benevolent contributions last 
year, $d0,64l. Special legacies, 130,679. 

The next meeting of the General Association will be held at Pitts- 
field, September 20-22, 1898. 

N. H. Home Missionart Sooiett. — Annual mating in connection 
with the General Association. Rev. Alfred T. Hillman, Concord, sec- 
retary. Sixty-seven feeble churches aided in 1896-97, to the amount 
of $10,192. 

Ministers* and Widows' Charitable Sooibtt.— Annual meeting in 
connection with the General Association. W. P. Fiske, Concord, sec- 
retary ; Rev. E. J. Aiken, treasurer, Concord. Aid granted, tl,872. 

New Hampshirb Cbnt Institution and Home Missionary Union. 
— Pres., Mrs. Cyrus Sargent, Plymouth; vice-pres., Mrs. D. I. Cross, 
Manchester, sec., Mrs. M. W. Nims, Concord; treas.. Miss A. A. Mc- 
Farland, Concord; auditor, John Kimball, Concord. 

Woman's Board OF Missions.— Miss Abbic E. Mclntire. Exeter, 
treas. * * 



STATB 0OCIBTIB8. 275 

FREEWILL BAPTISTS. 
This denomination had its origin in New Hampshire. The first 
church WM organized in New Durham in 1780. The State organiza- 
tion, a corporate body, is known as the New Hampshire Yearly Meet- 
ing of Freewill.Baptitts, and is composed of the delegates from the 
eight local associations, or ^^Quarterly Meetings." The last session 
was held in Dover, JuneS-lO, 1897. Its officers were— Pres. Bey. W. 
H. Ctetchell, Lakeport : let vice-pres., Bev. J. B. Merrill, Littleton; 
'2d Tice-pres., Bey. R. B. Gilkey, Dover; sec, F. S. Heath, Concord; 
treas., E. L. Oarr, Pittsfield. The statistics for the last previous 

Jrear were given as follows: churches, 101; ordained ministers, 88; 
icensed preachers, 6; baptisms, 244; added by letter^ 178; present 
memberBbip, 8,890: membership in Sunday school, 7,471; value of 
church property, $115,860; contributions for Home and Foreign Mis- 
siouB, $10,639.70. 

METHODIST EPISCOPALIANS. 

The New Hampshire Annual Oonferenceof the Methodist Episcopal 
CHiurch held its sixty-eighth session at St. Paul's Church, Man- 
cheBter,ApriI 7-12, 1897. This confovnce includes the towns in Massa* 
chnsetts north of the Merrimack river, and does not include that por- 
tion of New Hampshire east of the White Mountains. 

President, Bishop Wm. X. Ninde ; secretary. Rev. S. E. Quimby, 
Salem, N. H ; statistical secretary. Rev. Wm. Warren. Portsmouth, 
N. H.; treasurer, Q. H. Spencer, Somersworth; Presiding Elders — 
Concord Dist., Rev. 0. S. Baketel, Manchester ; Manchester district, 
Bev. G. W. Norris, Lawrence, Mass.; Dover district. Rev. 
J. E. Robbins, Dover, N. H. Members of Conference, 
137; Probationers, 18; Pastors in charge of churches, 119; 
Members, 18,966 ; Probationers, 1,963; local preachers, 64; deaths, 252; 
baptiams, chitdren, 163; adults, 733; churches, 134; probable value, 
$831,600; parsonages, 98; probable value, $169,100: Paid for build- 
ing, repiairs, and debts, $20,206; indebtedness, $59,S9t5; Sunday 
Sohooli, 166 ; officers and teachers, 2,126 ^scholars. 1521 6; aggregate 
of pastors* salaries, $83,530. The next session will be held at St. 
John'sChurch,DoyerN.H., April, 1898, Bishop W. X. Ninde, D. 
D., LL. D., presiding. 

N. H. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR UNION. 
Officers: Pres. Rev. W. H. Getchell, Lakeport; vice-pres., A. M. 
Wilson, Manchester; Rev. E. S. Tasker, Sunapee; A. B. Cross, Con- 
cord; sec. and treas., Frank W. Lund, Nashua; supt. of departments, 
Christian citizenship. Rev. J. H. Robbins, Concord; missionary. 
Bey. E.8. Tasker, Sunapee; cor.com.. Miss Emma B. Abbott, Man- 
chester; State pres8.work,'Harrie E. Waite, Lebanon; good litera* 
ture, A. B. Cross, Concord. The 1898 State Convention will be held in 
the early part of October, in Manchester. 

N. H. CONFERENCE BPWORTH LEAGUE. 
Pres., Wm.Ramsden, Rochester; vice-pres., Wm. Warren, Ports- 
month* Daniel Onstott, Bethlehem; Wm. Locke, Smith town* B. P. 
Jndd, Uenniker; sec, A. E. Draper, Newflelds; treas., Wm. Woods, 
Exeter; supt. jun. league, Mrs. C. U. Dunning. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

DIOCXSE OP NXW HAMPSHIRE. 

Annual Convention meets in St. Paul's church. Concord, No- 
vember 16, 17 1898. Rt.Bey. WilUam W. Nilee, D. D., president; 



276 BTATB SOdBTIBS. 



Horace A. Brown, Concord, eeo.; G. P. Cleaves, Concord, r^fstrai; H. 
W. Bond, Gharleskown, (reas.; standing committee— Rev. D. C. Rob- 
ert8,D.D., pres-; Rev. B. A. Renonf, D.*D., Rev. J. H. Coit, D. D., 
LL. D.; n. A. Brown, sec.; John Hatch, B. J. Peaslee. 

SBCOND ADYBNT CONFERENCE. 

Pres., Eld. F. L. Piper, box 5140, Boston, Mass.; vice-pres., Eld. A. 
E. Phelps, Portsmouth; sec.. Eld. C. H. Fletcher, North Newport; 
treas.. Eld. H. E. Shattuck, Dover. 

SHAKERS. 

There are two Societies in New Hampshire. One is in Canterburj. 
Post office address East Canterbury, Merrimack Co., N. H. 

Trustees, or business agents for the Society, H. C. Blinn, W. W. 
Briggs, Arthur Bruce, L. A. Shepard, Emeline Hart. 

One Society at Enfield— P. 0. address, Enfield, Grafton Co., M. H. 
Trustees, John Bradford, John T. Cnmmings. 

CHRISTIANS. 

The Christian dennmlnatioD was founded by Dr. Abner 
Jones, of Hai-tland, Vt., who gathered a ohnrch at Lyndon, 
Vt., iu September, 1800, another two years later at Bradford, 
Vt., and a third in March. 1803, at Piermont, N. H. The as- 
gre^ate of the united bodies in the country is now about 
120, OUO ommunicants. There are three conferences in New 
Hampshire, as follows: Strafford conference. Be v. D. 
A. Wlsrgin, Mirror Lake, pres., and^J. L. Tounflr, Wolfeboro, 
sec; Rockingham conferenoei B^v^. Myron Tyler. Ports- 
mouth, preH.,and Rev.M.D.WoIfe, Haverhill.MasK, sec; next 
session at Klttery, Maine, in October, 1897; Merrimack con- 
ference, J. H. Boweli, Franklin,pres.,and Bev.Edward E'ran- 
cis, East Grafton, sec; next session at Laconia, in Octo- 
ber, 1898. 

THE N. H. UNITARIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Organized at Manchester, Feb. 27, 1863, and incorporated Sept. 11; 
1883. Meetings held semi-annually. Pres., C. C. Danfortl^ Concord , 
rice-presidents, Clarence E. Carr, Andover, W. L. Melcher, Laco- 
nia, O. T. Crufts, Bethlehem ; gen. sec., Rer. F. L. Phalen, Concord ; 

rec. sec.. Rev. John C. Mitchell, Lebanon; treas., J. C. A Hill, 
Concord. 

THE N. H. UNIVERSALIST STATE CONTENTION. 

The Convention is composed of the oflBcers of the Convention, the 
Universalist clergymen in fellowship with the Convention and resid- 
ing in the State, and of two lay delegates from each parish in fellow- 
ship. It meets annually on the first Wednesday of October. The 
session for 1897 was held in Dover. The OlBcersof Uie Conven- 
tion are : Pres., Rev. S. H. McOoHester, D. D., MarII>orough ; vioe- 
pres.. Rev. John Vannerar, Concord; sec. Rev. W". H. Morrison, 
Manchester; treas.. A. W. Prescott, uoolcset; trustees, Mrs. C. E. 
Randall, Woodsville; Hon. Moses Humphrey, Concord; Rev. O. L 
^^^^J^^}?' ^-^ Manchester. There are 34 parishes in fellowship' 
with the Convention, embracing 1,740 families, 1,250 church mem- 
5SSe otimoSo^ "^^ members, and church property to the 



STATB SOCIETIES. 277 

THE N. H. WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPBRANCB UNION. 

This organisation wail inoorporated in 1885, and is auxiliary to the 
Nat. W. G. T. U. Last annoal OonTention held at Littleton, 
Oct. 6-7, 1897. Officers, pres., Miss 0. B. Wendell, 

DoTer ; cor. sec., Miss G. N. Brown, Manchester; rec. sec., Mrs. G. 
M. Abbott, Rochester; treas^ Miss A. E. Mclntire, Exeter ; vice- 

}>resident8, Mrs. Addle M. Heath, Lakeport; Mrs. 8. E. Bick> 
brd,WoIfeboro; llrs. G. 8. Moors, Marlboro; Mrs. O. W. Bichard- 
son. East Haterhill; Mrs. A. B. Jones, Manchester; Miss A. E. 
Mclntire, Exeter; Mrs. H. B. L. Perkins, Somersworth ; Miss M. 
Kidder, Newport; Mrs. K. H. Brown, Whitefield; Mrs. 6. D., 
Colby, llenniker. AdTisory Committee, Mrs. A. S. White, Con- 
cord; Mrs. Bei\]. Kinsley. Manchester; Mrs. A. W. Sawyer, Nashua; 
Mrs. C. W. Talpey, Farmington; Miss Clara B. Bowell, Franklin. 
Auditor, Miss Sarah G. Clark, Exeter. 

This organization has under its charge a reformatory home for 
women andgirls, established in 1890, located at Manchester, and 
called the W. G. T. U. Mercy Home. This institution is supported 
entirely by voluntary contributions of its friends. Pres., Miss 0. B. 
Wendell, DoTer; secy.. Miss Clara E. Rowell, Franklin ; treas. , Miss 

A. B. Mclntire, Exeter; matron, Miss Ella G. Hurd, East Manches- 
ter. 

N. H. AND VT. TOUNO MEN'S CHB1STIAN..ASS0CIATI0N. 

State office, 33 Pembroke block, Manchester, N. H. State ex. 
com. Vt and N. H. Voune Men's Christian Associations— Chair- 
man, Frank Hilliard Brooks, St. Johnsbury, Vt; treas., W. P. 
Flske, Concord, N. H.; asst. sec, G. G. Aldrich Ames, Manches- 
ter, N. H. Local Associations— Verment^ Bellows Falls, Ben- 
nington, Brattleboro, Burlington, Montpelier, Rutland, St. 
Johnsbury. New Biamp»hire, Concord (city). Concord (B. & M. 

B. R. dept), Derry, Dover. Franklin Falls, Keene, Laconia, ' 
Manchester. 

N. H. TOUNG PEOPLE'S CHRISTIAN UNION. 

Officers— Pres., F.L. Carrier, WoodSTille; Vloe-Pres., Miss Clara 
B. Woodman, KinffSton; Sec, Mrs. Alice L. Barker, Woodsville; 
Treas., James M. Nelson, Manchester. 

N. H. BIBLB SOCIETT. 

Pres., Hon. Isaac W. Smith, LL. D.; sec., Rev. F. D. Ayer, D. D. 
Concord; treas., Hon. J. Kimball, Concord; Bupt., Bev. E. J. Aiken. 
Annual meeting in June at Concord. 

THE CLAREMONT JUNCTION UNION CAMP-MBETINO 
ASSOCIATION (M. E) 

Pres., G. W. Norris, Lawrence, Mass.; vice-pres., J. D. Beeman, 
Woodstock, Yt.; treas., O. H. Stevens, Glaremont, N. H.; sec, G. H. 
Bartlett, Sunapee, N. H. Next meeting at will of President. 

WEIRS (M. E.) GAMPMEETINQ ASSOCIATION 

' Pres., Rev. 0. S. Baketel, Manchester; sec. Rev. J. A . Bowler, 
Plymouth; treas., Bev. A. C. Coult, Manchester. Next camp meet- 
ing will be in August, 1898. The association meets the same week. 



278 STATE SOCDBTISS. 

OBOVBTON (M. E.) GAMP-MEETINO ASSOCIATION. 

Pros., Presiding Elder, at Mancheflter; sec., Pastor at Oroveton; 
treas Ber. W. T. Garter, Starlc. 

WINNBPESAUKEB CAMP MEETING ASSOCIATION. 

Pres. BeT.O. 8. Baketel, Manchester; sec., Bev. J. A. Bowler, Ply- 
mouth ; treas.. Rot. A. C. Goult, Manchester . Next meeting Aug* 
16-20, 1898. 

HBDDINOCAMP.MBBTINGASS0CIATI0N(M.B.)eBDDING,N,U. 

Pros., Bev. J. B. Bobins, DoTer; sec., Ber. Wm. Bamsden, Boch- 
ester, N. H .; treas., Seth F. Dawion, Lawrence, Mass.; ex.com., 
Christopher Button, Bxeter, N. H.; Bev. G. W. Norris, Lawrence, 
Mass.; Alaoson Palmer, Brooklyn, N. Y.; John Yonng, Bochester, 
N. H.; Wm. Brown, Aabnm. N.ll.;ReT. J. L. Felt, Sancook, N. H. 
Annual meeting in August, 1898. 

BAPTIST GBOYE MEETING ASSOCIATION WEIBS, N. H. 

The object of this Association is to promote the social, educa- 
tional and religiou? interests of theBaptist denomination in New 
England. The meetitigs are held at the Weirs^ on the shore of 
Lake Winnipesaukee, for seven or eight days in August of each 
year. Officers— Pres., Bev. G. B. Merritt, Somersworth; sec., Bev. 
D. C. Easton, Lakeport; treas., 0. A. Towne, Franklin Falls. 

UNITARIAN GROVE MEETING ASSOCIATION. 
Pres., Bev C. J. Staples, Manchester; vice-pres.jBey. A. J. Bich, 
Mllford: Rev. S. C. Bean, Newburyport, Mass.; Hon. M.P. Bmery, 
Portland, Me.; Rev. J. E. Wright, Montpeller, Vt.; Eev. J. C. Otis. 
Worcester, Mass.; treas., J. 0. A. Hill, Concord; clerk, J. W. Fel- 
lows, Manchester. Next grove meeting will be held July 3I-Aag. 
6, 1898, at The Weirs, 

N. H. STATE SUNDAY-SgnOOL ASSOCIATION. 

Pres., Rev. Rnfus P. Gardner, Hampstead; vice-pres., Bev. BUhu 
Snow, Concord; Bev. L. W. Phillips, Franklin; Bev. M. V. Mc- 
Dufiie, Portsmouth; Bev. Lucius Waterman, Laconia; Bev. T. 
Eaton Ciapp, Manchester; sec. and treat., Q. B. Quimby, Tllton. 

CONVENTION OP KING'S DAUGHTBBS AND SONS. 

Sec, Mrs. Ida Locke, Londonderry; rec. sec, Mrs. Proctor, 
Manchester; treas.. Miss Abba Fiske, Concord; chairman exec 
utive board, Mary Hall, Manchester. 

Masonle. :^ ^ 

omoEKS or the oband lodqe op new HAMPSHIBI. ''' 

Grand Master, Henry A. Marsh, Nashua; Deputy Grand Master, John 
McLane, Milford; Senior Grand Warden, George 1. McAllister, Man- 
chester ; Junior Grand Warden, Bradford S. Kingman, Newmarket ; 
Grand Treasurer, Joseph Kidder, Manchester; Grand Secretary, George 
P. Cleaves, Concord. 

Dutriet Depvty Grand Jfarfer«.— District No. 1, Albert B. Junkins. 
Portsmouth; District No. 2, Henry C. Bpxton, Milford; Distrio^ 



STATE Bocasrms. 279 

No, 3, Fred B. Barrett, Keene; District No. 4, Charles S. Parker, 
Ck>ucord ; District No. 6, George W. Briggs, Lebanon; District No. 6, 
Charles B. Hoyt, Centre Sandwich. 

State Grand Lecturer— Horhert £. Richardson, Manchester. 

Grand Lecturerg.—Diatrict No. 1, Joseph E. Knight, Exeter; Dis- 
trict No. 2, Abraham L. Garmon, Manchester; District No. 3, Alleu 
a Beed, Oharlestown; District No. 4, Ira A. Chase, Bristol; District 
No. 5, Thomas M. Tletcher, Alder Brook; District No. 6, Almon R. 
Bennett, Freedom. 

Grand Ckaplaint.—Ker. Daniel 0. Roberts, D. D., Concord; Rer. 
Henry B. Smith, Nasbna. 
^ Senior Grand Deaconr— Henry B. Quinby, Ijakeport. 

Jtmior Grand Deacon — ^Joeeph Shattnck. Nashua. 

Grand Stewards— John K. Wilson, Manchester; Wm. W. Oliver. Lis- 
bon ; Frank J. Philbrick, Portsmonth ; Frank W. Richardson, Milford. 

Grand Marshal— ChAvlw 0. Danforth, Concord. 

Grand Bword B«arer— Frederick J. Shepard, East Derry. 

Grand PnTmivantt—John C. Bickford, Manchester; John T. Clark, 
Kingiton. 

Grand TgUr—F, L. Sanders, Concord. 

ornoBBs OP thi OBAtn) sotal aboh ghaptxh op mw hampshibk. 

John H. Steele, Peterborough, Grand High Priest; Charles H, 
Webster, Nashua, Deputy Grand High Priest; Franklin A. Raw- 
son, Newport, Qrand King; John A. Lang, Franklin Falls, Grand 
Scribe; Joseph W. Hildreth, Manchester, Grand Treasurer ; George 
P. CleaTCS, Concord, Grand Secretary; Joshua W. Hunt, Nashua, 
Grand Captain of the HoRt; Joseph Kidder, Manchester, Grand 
Chaplain; Rev. William H. Walbridge, Rochester, Grand Chaplain; 
Henry G. Buxton, Milford, Grand Principal Sojourner ; Waldo A. Rus- 
sell, Concord, Grand Royal Arch Captain; Wm. W. Oliver, Lisbon, 
Grand Master of the Third Veil ; Henry B. Quinby, Lakeport, 
Grand Master of the Second Veil; Charles H. Sinclair, Concord. 
Grand Master of the First Veil; Charles G. Shedd, Keene, Grand 
Steward ; John Lynch, Claremont, Grand Steward ; Frank L. San- 
den, Concord, Grand Sentinel. 

OFPIOSBS OF THE COUITOIL OP EMK PBIB8T8 OP NSW HAMPSHIBB. 

AlpheusW. Baker, Lebanon, President ; Chas. N. Towle, Con- 
cord, Vice President; Horace A. Brown, Concord, Chaplain; Charles 
F. Batchelder, Concord, Treasurer; George P. Cleavee. Concord, Re- 
corder; Frank D. Woodbury, Poncord, Master of Ceremonies; Char- 
les H. Webster, Nashua, Conductor ; Harlan P. Goodrich, Leba- 
non, Herald ; Frank L. Sanders, Concord, Guard. 

OPPIOIBS OP THI OBAND COUNOIL OP BOTAL AND BBLKOT MASTBBB OP 
NEW HAMP8HIBB. 

Stephen S. Jewett, Laconia, Grand Master; Charles H. Webster. 
Nashua, Deputy Grand Master; Chas. B. Spofford, Claremont, Grand 
Pt-incipal Conductor of the Work ; Joseph W. Hildreth, Manchester, 
Grand Treasurer; George P. Cleaves, Concord, Grand Recorder; 
Benjamin Franklin St. Clair, Plymouth, Grand Captain of the Guard; 
Joseph B. Smith, Manchester, Grand Conductor of the Council ; Rev. 
Jesse M. Darrell, Nashua, Grand Chaplain; Harry M. Cheney, Leb- 
anon, Grand Marshal ; Fred E. French, Concord, Grand Steward ; 
Frank L. Sanders, Concord, Grand Sentinel. 



STATE SOCIETIES. 



ornous or vhi orans oommandest or knights timplab or 

NBW HAMP8HISB. 

Onmd Oommander, John Hatch, Oreeuland ; Deputy Grand Com- 
mander, Henry B, Quinby, Lakeport; Grand Generalissimo, Geo. I, 
McAllister, Manchester; Grand Captain General, Frank L. Sanders* 
Concord ; Grand Senior "Warden, Thomas &I. Fletcher, Alder Brook . 
Grand ' Jnniof Warden, George A. Sanders, Laconia; Grand Treasurer; 
Joseph W. Uildreth, Manchester: Grand Recorder, Geo. P. Cleares, 
Concord ; Grand Prelate. Rev. Lucius Waterman, Laconia ; Grand 
Stanard Bearer, Henry B. 9knilb, Nashua ; Grand Sword Bearer, 
Isaac L. Heath, Manchester ; Grand Warder, William H. Thompson, . 
Lancaster; Grand Captain of the Guard, Charles F. Sawyer, Dover. 

The annual conclave of the Grand Commandery is held at Con- 
cord, Tuesday, the 27th day of September 1898, at 11 o'clock in the 
forenoon. 

ornous or thi obavd ohaptib, osdib or thi lAsniur stab or 

NIW HAMPBHIBS. 

Mrs. Ella K. Patten, Candla, Grand Matron; Chas. M. Freeman, 
Hillsboro Bridge, Grand Patron; Mrs. Alma A. Piper, Manchester, 
Associate Grand Matron ; Charles Kimball, Derry Depot, Associate 
Grand Patron; J. Sullivan Chase, Colebrook, Grand Secretary; Mrs. 
Nellie F. Cummings, Peterboro, Grand Treasurer; Mrs. Emeline C. 
Whittemore. Colebrook, Grand Conductress; Mrs. Ella Stone Frank- 
lin, A. Grana Conductress ; Mrs. Augusta S. Bennett, Manchester, 
Grand Chaplain ; Mrs. Hattie M. Mitchell, Union, Grand Adah; 
Mrs. Lizzie S. Poole, East Jaffrey. Grand Ruth ; Mrs. Mary Randlett, 
Exeter. OrandRsther; Miss Mollie Grimes, Hillsborough Bridge, 
Grand Martha ; Mrs. Etta F. Morse, Manchester, Grand Electa ; 
Mies Susan Mann, Ashland, Grand Warder ; Charles B. Norris, Ep- 
ping, Grand Sentinel; Mrs. L. F. Eaton^ Candia, Grand Marshal; Mrs. 
Lucy A. Cheney, Ashland, Grand Organist. 

Next annual meeting at Franklin, second Tuesday in September, 
1898. 

Odd S'ellowAUp. 

The order of Odd Fellows has become a numerous and influential 
organisation in the State. It has a Grand Lodge and ninety-five sub- 
ordinates. Its membership is 12,7^8. The ninety-five Lodges, in ad- 
dition to owning many thousands of dollars in furniture, fixtures, and 
working materials, have surplus ftinds amounting to $386,400.88, 
every dollar of which is pledged to benevolent purposes. There is also 
an Encampment Branch with thirty-four local organizations and a 
membership of 3,000. In connection with the Order in the State are 
73 Rebekah Lodges. 

OBANI) LODGI OmOERS rOB 1897-8. 

MiltonColby. Concord, Grand Master; Clarence M. Leete, Clare- 
mont. Deputy Grand Master;' George Winch, Manchester, Grand War- 
den ; Joseph Kidder, Manchester, Grand Secretary ; Wm. W. Cotton, 
Portsmouth, Grand Treasurer; Bev. C. W. Dockrell, Manchester, 
Grand Chaplain ; Washington T. Leighton, Rochester, Grand Repre- 
sentative for two years; S. B. Center, Peterborough. Grand Marshal ; 
Geo. V. Moulton, Lanoaster, Grand Conductor ; Wm. E. Dow, Con- 
^I^' ^?*°^ Guardian ; 0. A. Goodwin, Salmon Falls, Grand Her- 
ald. Next annual meeting at Concord, Oct., 1898. 



STATE SOCIETIES. 281 



GRAND ENCAMPMENT. 

A. T. Barr, Manchester,Grand Patriarch ; Wm. F. Barnes, Nashua; 
Grand High Priest; A.L.Page, Pittsfield, Grand Senior Warden ; 
Joseph Kidder, Manchester, Grand Scribe ; Wm. J. Fernald, Concord, 
Grand Treasurer; August Huron, Littleton, Grand Junior Warden ; 
Geo. B. Lewis, Newport, Grand Representative ; Ghas. E. Palmer, 
Concord, Grand Marshal; E. B. Worthen, Manchester, Grand Inside 
Sentinel ; W. I. Lane, Nashua, Grand Outside Sentinel. 

BEBEKAH AfiSEMBLY. 

Pres.. Mrs. Flora A, Lake, Manchester; vice-pres., Mrs. Annie 
U. Treiethen, Portsmouth; warden, Mrs. Ida E. Campbell, Man- 
chester; sec, Mrs. Annie P. Rogers, Nashua; treas., Mrs. Mary 
£. Clark, Keene; marshal, Mrs. Elbra Dearborn, Raymond; 
conductor, Mrs. M. Hulda Ellinwood, Milan; inside guardian, 
Mrs. Cynthia £. Colby. Concord; outside guardian, Mrs. Addie 
Corser, Warner; chaplain, Mrs. Eolia Thurston, Gorham. 

Grand Iiodge Kniglits of Pytlilwi. 

Grand Chancellor, Howard Bell,- Derry; Grand Vice Chancellor, 
Ghauncey B. Hoyt, Portsmouth ; Grand Prelate, Chas. B. Atkins, 
Manchester; Grand Keeper of the Records and Seal, Chas. B. Spofford, 
Clai-emont; Grand Master of the Exchequer, Curtis White, Concord ; 
Grand Master-at-Arms, John C. Hutchins, Coos; Grand Inner Guard, 
Samuel Z. Page, Woodstille ; Grand Outer Guard, Chas. A. Morse, 
Newmarket; Supreme Representative for four yea^s. T. M. Beck- 
ford, LaconJA. Number of lodges, 62. Membership, 5,158. 

N. H. BRIGADE, U. B. K. P. 

headquarters, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Brig. Gen. C. B, Hoyt, com'dng, Portsmouth; Col. C. B. Spof- 
ford, asst. adj. gen., Claremont; Col. John G. McQullkin asst Q. 
M. gen., Concord. 

ist Regt , headquarters at Dover— Col. 0. S. Clifford, comMng, 
Dover; Capt. J. B. Flagg, adjt., Dover. 

2d Regt., headquarters at Concord— Col. James E. Tucker, 
com*dng, Concord; Capt. Charles F. Thompson, adjt., Concord. 

GRAND LODQE KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Past Grand Dictator, J. Oscar Bnrbank, Manchester ; Grand Die 
tator F. W. Pulclfer, Lakeport; Grand Vice Dictator, Alfred E. Em- 
ery, Penacook ; Grand Asst. Dictator, John C. Hutchins, N. Stratford; 
Grand Reporter, Joseph H. Gardiner, Portsmouth ; Grand Treasurer, 
Bdwin, Kennedy, Manchester: Grand Chaplain, Nelson H. Brown, 
Milfprd ; Grand Guide, Geo. L.Sibley, New Boston; Grand Guardian, 
Henry W. Dodge, Manchester; Grand Sentinel, R. R. McGregor, Man- 
chester • Grand Trustee, Benj. L. Nudd, Dover; Grand Trustee, Ed- 
win 8. Knight, Nashua ; Grand Trustee, H. B. Hinman, N. Stratford ; 
Supreme Representatives, Ernest Johnson, Goifstown; J. Oscar Bur- 
bank, Manchester; Supreme Alternates, H. A. Farrington, Manches- 
ter; Edwin S. Knight, Nashua. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Great Sachem, J. Fred Emery, (P. O. address, Stratham,) Exe- 
ter ; Great Senior Sagamore, Levi N. Edwards, Wolfeborough ; Great 
Junior Sagamore, Edgar i>. Seaver, Manchester; Great Prophet* 



283 STATE SOCIETIES. 



Geo. D. Wbeelock, Keene; Great Chief of Records, James F. White- 
ht«d, DoTer; Great Keeper of Wampam, Benj. 0erbert, Man- 
chester; Great Sannap, Brvin W. Hoasdon* Oentre Harbor, P. O. 
address Gentervllle ; Gseat Mishinewa, Ceylon Spinney, Portsmouth; 
OreatGuardof Wigwam, James L. BicKfo.d, Nashua: Great Guard 
of Forest, A. 0. Leighton, Milton; Great Tiustees, Nat. C. Went- 
worth, 1 year, Salmon Falls v Frank H.Uussey, 2 years, Pittefield ; 
Thurston O.Oalley, 3 years, Franklin Falls ; Great Representatires, - 
Thomas C. Hennero, 1 year, Eochester, Frank W.Fator.l year, 
Manchester; Geo. D. Wheelock, 2 years, Keene. 

The next session of the Great Council will be held in Manchester, 
second Thursday, Trareling Moon,G. 8. D., 4U7 <Octob r 18th, 1898), 
in Red Men*8 Hall, 1017 Elm St., cor. Concord. 

OBAND OOMBIANDBBT UNITID OSDKR OP THS OOLDIN OBOBS. 

Elmer B. Hill, Milford, Grand Commander ; Andrew J. Tuck, 
Nashua, P. G. O. ; Nellie J. Wheeler, Nashua, Vice Grand Com- 
mander: George W. Patten, Peterborough, Grand Prelate; Geo. W. 
Flagff, Keene, Grand Keeper of Records} James H. TolJes, Nashua, 
Grand Treasurer; Dennison D. Britton, Grand Herald; AbbieT. Em- 
ery, RindgP G, W. I. G. : Kate C. Foote, Nashua, G. W. 0. G.; A. B. 
Read, East Swanzey; Oliver B. Green, Manchester: H. O. Young, 
WoHt Swanzey, Grand Trustees; A. J. Tuck, B. E. Hill, Supreme 
R»presentatives; Abble L. Harris^ Anna F. Brown, Alternate Supreme 
B"preeentativeB. 

ANCIENT ORDBB OF HIBERNIANS. 

State officers— Pres., J. J. Griffin, Manchester; sec,, Charles 
O'Neil. Bellows Falls, Vt.; treas., Wm. J. Callahan, Keene. 

County officers— Presidents— Hillsborough county, D. P. Stan- 
ton, Wilton; Cheshire county, Wm. J. i allahan, Keene; Coos 
county. P. J. Audley, Berlin Falls; Befknap county, M. J. Calla- 
han, Laconia; Rockingham county, Thomas Loughlin, Ports- 
mouth; Strafford county, Micnael Bingham, Salmon Falls; Sulli- 
van county, P. J. Sheridan, Claremont; Merrimack county, Geo. 
Waters, Concord. 

LADIES' AtrXIUABY, A. O. H. 

State officers— Pres., Mary Rogers, Rochester; sec, Lizzie 
Stack. North Walpole; treas., Nellie Foley, Laconia. 
. County Presidents— Hillsborough county, Katie Burns, Nash- 
ua; Strafford county, Mary Hester; Cheshire county, Mrs. C. J. 
O'Neil; Belkiiap county, Nellie O'Laughlin, Laconia; Sullivan 
county, Mrs. W. H. Keating; Rockingham county. Miss Lena 
Holland, Portsmouth. 

GBAND OOUBT OF NEW HAMF8HIBE, FOBESTEBS OF AMEBICA. 

Grand Chief Ranger, Thomas Coradine, Nashua; Grand Sub 
Chief Ranger, James Brahanev, Milford; Grand Secretary, John 
Donahue, Keene; Grand Treasurer, Joseph Phaneaf . Concord; 
Grand Rec. Sec, E.H. King, Claremont; Grand Senior. Wood- 
ward, John Hickey, Wilton; Grand Junior Woodward, John 
McDonough, Suncook; Grand Senior Beadle, Daniel Finn, Laco- 
nia; Grand Junior Beadle, James Whitman, Portsmouth; Grand 

Tt'Si.*J^^ii^*°*fi^^^°°"*i*' Milford; James McDonald, Dover; 
X nomas Harrold, Concord, 



i^TAtB gOCIEtlEd. 



AORICUXTrRAIi. 

Patrons of Husbandry. 

National Orange. 



ChaplalD, 0. 8. Bowen, Connecticat; Treas., Mrs. B. S. MftDowell, 
OIiUj; Secretary, John Trimble, Washington, D. C: Gate Keep- 
er, A. D. Judson, Iowa; Ceres, Mrs. Lena M. Mossick, Delaware; 
Pomona, Mrs. Sarah Baird; Minn.; Flora, 3frs. £. L. A.Wiggin, 
Ali^ina; Ijadv Assistant Steward, Mrs. Amanda Hortoo, 
Mich. 

EXEGunVB COMMITTBE.— Chairman, N. J. Bachelder, East 
Andavpr^ N. H. Sec, J. J. Woodman, Paw Paw, Mich.; Leon- 
vd Khan% Center Hall, Pa.; A. A. Jones, ex-officio, Indiana. 

New Hampshire State Orange. 

Mftster, Nahnm J. Eiai-helder, Concord; Overseer, BUery E* 
BtJgg, Keeno; Lecturtr, H. H. Metcalf, Concord; Chaplain, C. H- 
Vi th^ar. E^ t T E ] t DTt ; Slii ward, Q. A. Marshall , Lancaster ; Assis- 
tant St«waril, W. O. Eadley, Temple; Gate Keeper, H. L. 
WehittT, Wtat CjiiMiiin; Treasurer, J. D. Eoberts, BolHnslord; Seo- 
nitarr, E.G. U u ivh im^i .n, Milf ord; Ceres, Mrs.Mary A.Bachel- 
d^n^l'mcmnl, I\niiini;i, Mrg. C.B. Ball, Washington; Flora, Mrs. 
W. D. BatdhddfiT, Eiiini\i'/; Lady Ast. Steward, Mrs. E. F. Rngg, 
Keeti«< 

EjEliCcrTiVECo^cwrTtRE.— N. J. Bachelder, ex-officio^ East 
AndciT^n B* C. Umnhmnf ta^ eoHtfficio, Milford; John M. Carr, Wil- 
mot Wtut; J. E. SheparLl, Elkins: Horace A Hill, Derry. 

Officers of the Patrons* Relief Association. 

President, N. J. Bachelder, Ea«t AndoTer; Secretary, Charles 
McDaniel, West Springfield; Treasurer, George Wason, Nashua. 

NEW. HAMPSHIBB 6BANOE FAIB ASSOCIATION. 

President, Wm. H. Stinson, Mont Vernon; vice-pres., J. E. 
Sheparil. Eikins; Secretary, H. H. Metcalf, Concord; Treasurer, 
Warren Tripp, Epsom ; executive committee, N. J. Bachelder, East 
Andoyer; H. O. Hadley, Temple; F. O. Taylor, Sanboruton. 

6BANITB STATE DAIBTMEN's ASSOCIATION. 

President, J. M. Connor, Hopkin ton ; vice-pres., C. H. Water- 
hoase, Cornish; Geo H. Wadleigh, Tilton; Secretary, J. L. Ger- 
rish, Contoocook; Treasurer, N.J. Bachelder, East Andover; 
also one trustee from each county. 

UNITE]) STATES HAY 7EVEB ASSOCIATION. 

HeadquarUrs, White Mountains^ N. H. 

President; Hon. Theo. W. Ellis, Springfield, Mass.; Sec. -Treas., 
Rev. Jokn Peacock, D. D., Philadelphia, Pa. 



284 STATE SOCIETIES. 



OBAND ABXT OF THl BSFUBLIO— DBFABTMSNT OF NBW HAKP- 
8HIBB. 

Headquarters, State JSinue, Concord, N. H. 

Commander, JaB. Minot, Ooncord : Senior Vice Com-mander- 
Albert Twitohell, Oorham ; Janior vice Commander, Horace li. 
WoroeBter, Rochester; Medical Director, Granville ConD,Concord; 
Chaplain, B. H. Lane, Antrim ; Assistant Adjatant-General» 
Frank Battles, Concord ; Assistant Quartermaster 6eneral« 0. H. 
Herbert, Concord; Council of Adminietration: D. E. Proctor, Wilton; 
Henry Whitaker, Hillsboroiigh; John Connor, Laconia; Simon 
Manton, Portsmouth; John mllou, Manchester. 

WOMEN'S BBLIEF CORPS . 

Pni4dtiiit, Millie A. Won^eaior, Rocli<>flU?r; Senior Vice Pres!- 
dDiit»:Mnl1, I^UtntjsOTiiery, .^amerswoTai ; Junior Vice Preal- 
dejit, flfilntile Dftnft. Mwncljeater; Socretaryt Ella DavU^ Eoched, 
tcr; i'reatnirer, Kraum KilgiTly, EiOclu'st«rj \ tliaplaln, HuleTt 
iiii*in'U, Wihiiii; Inspector, Mary B. T is tilt', Dovar; CoUJTiB^^lor, So* 
plW^i lioJp, Amberet; InE^titatlngand InstalUng offii^er, Emnua 
T4*W?i!itfl^ riftf'ciiilJM i^xfcutive hoMrd, JjteiflTftrbclll, 9uQttL Lyndeliior- 
ooKh; LorB C'HtG, E|hpli]^; IcJalltin^ Kortb tiaTerbill- EnuafrWflo- 
dot I, PorUinoutlsi J->4* Huatlj* NewfJOit. 

SONS OV YATBfUNS . 

Commander, W. S. Willey, Somersworth; Senior Vice Com- 
mander, H. £. Chamberlln, Penacook; Junior Vice Commander^ 

C. H. Huntoon, Newport; Chaplain, Rev. E. W. Dow, Troy; Sur- 
geon, Dr. F. L. Hawkins, Meredith ; Adjutant} C. R. Bragdon, Som- 
ersworth; Quartermaster, J. W. Dufney, Somersworth; Inspector, 

D. H. MoLlnn. Plymouth; Mustering Officer, Harry A. Brown, 
Penacook- Judge Advocate, Col. F.C. Smith, Enfield; Sergeant 
Major, w. H.^Bellows, Bennington; Quartermaster Sergeant, H. 
L. Gilman, Tilton; Division Council, W. O. Stiles, Reed's Ferry; 
A. N. Brook, Rochester; L. B. Emery, Troy. 

UMION YETBBAKS UNION. 

Past Commander, C. H. Besselievre,* Portsmouth; Commander, 
A. S. Conant, South Lyndeboro; Surgeon Qeneral, Stephen 
Brock, Rochester; Chaplain, Rev. J. W. Adams, Methuen, Mass.; 
Adjutant General, J. H. Curtis, Portsmouth; Quartermaster 
General, M. H. BelU Portamouth; Council of Administration, By- 
ron Putnam, Lyndeboro; Wm. Lyon, Portsmouth* T. F. Hilb, Roch- 
ester; S. 0. Strong, Nashua; M. C. Colburn, Chelsea, Yt.; H. G . La- 
point, Barre, Vt.; M. H. Pearson, Laconia. Next encampment at 
Portsmouth in Oct. 1S98. 

NBW HAMPSHIBB VBTEBANS ASSOCIATION. 
President, J. D. Drew, Lawrence, Mass; Vice President, D. 
B.Newhall, Concord; Secretary, N. Shackford, The Weirs; 
Treasurer, D. W. King, Nashua; Quartermaster, F. H. George, 
Concord ; Commandant of Camp, C. B. Buzzell, Lakeport; 
Musical Director J. C. Llnehan, Penacook; Medical Direc- 
t?/5®-^/°i?^®®»'^*^®'***l*J Chaplain, Bev. B. R. Wilkins. The 
Weirs; Auditors and Finance Pom ., 0. C. Wyatt, Tilton; M. A. 
SSS^gifThSwlii?; ^* ^*"'^' Winchendon, Mass. Next 



STATE SOOIETIBS. 285 



NEW HAMP8HIBB SONS OF THB AMSRICAN BEYOLUTION . 

President, H . L. Porter, Concord; ylce^pres., Josiah Carpenter, 
Manchester: J. a. Hull Dover ;Wm.S. Balcom, Clbremont; Sec- 
retary and Treasnrer, 0.6. Hammond, Concord; hi8toriftD,H. F. 
HilL Concord; registrar, J. C. Ordway, Concord; chaplain, Rev. 
D. C. Roberts, D. D., Concord. 

TBMIPKRAirCK. 

GBANl> LODGB of GOOD TEMPLARS . 

G.C.T., Charles T.Wiggln, Portsmouth; Q. C, W. C. 
Smith , South Tamworth ; O . V . T ., Mrs. Adella J. Blai sdell, Lake- 
port; G.S.J.T., Miss Lelia S. Brooks, Conoord; G. Sec., 
Mrs. Lizzie Robie, Franklin Falls; G . Treas ., O . L . Shepard, 
West Concord; G . Chap ., Bev. A. M. Markey, Monltonyille; G . 
M ., Arthur F. Turner, Laconia; G . A . Sec .,S.II.Boble» Franklin 
Falls; G.D. M., MissL. MayTilden, Lebanon; G. Mess., Geo. 
P. Wiggin, Portsmouth; P. G.C. T., F. B. H. Marden, Ports- 
mouth. Nextannual meeting will be held in Lakeport, the 
first Wed. in Oct., 1898. 

SONS OF TEMPBBANOB. 

G . W . P ., Frank W. Flanders, Danbury : G . W . A ., F. J . 
Messer. Wilmot Flat; G . S ., A. H. Marshall, Nashua; G . T ., 
J . F . Woodward. W. Andover; G.C, Rev . H. H. Colburn, 
East Brentwood; G . Con ., L. T. Johnson, Willmot Flat;G . Sen ., 
Bayid Stevens, Jr., Nashua; supt. young people's work, Nellie M. 
Colby, Henniker; P.G. W. P.,BenJ. J. Jewell, Stoneham, 
Mass. _ 

LAW AND ORDB^i LIBAGUB OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

President, Hon. D.H. Goodell, Antrim; Sec. and Treas., 
Rev. D. C. Babcock, Dover; Atto. ney, GkK). B. Cox, La- 
conia. 

POJLITICAX. 

bbpubuoan state oommittbe. 
Chairman, J. A. Spaldiuflr, Nashua; Secretary, Jas. O .Lyford, 
Concord: Treasurer, W . F. Thayer, Concord; Executive Com- 
mittee, J . A . Spalding, Nashua, ex-offlcio, J . O. Lyford. ex- 
oMcio, Concord; R. N. Elwell, Exeter; W. D. Sawyer, Dover; 
S . S . Jewett, Laconia; J. E . French, MoultouboruUgh, F . S . 
Streeter, Concord; N . P . Hunt, Manchester; J . McLane, Mil- 
ford; C.J. Woodward, Keene; Geo . H . Stowell, Claremont; 
Geo. H . Adams, Plymouth; F . P. Brown, Whitefield. 

dbmooratio state committee . 
Chairman, John T . Amey, Lancaster; Secretary, Daniel M. 
White, Peterborouflrh; Treasurer, W.J.Ahern,Concord; Execu- 
tive Committee, F. Jones, Portsmouth; J. W. Sanborn, Wolfe- 
boro June; A W. Sulloway, Franklin; H. Biogham, Littleton; 
W. Marcotte, Manchester. 

SOOIAIilST labor PARIY. 

Organizer of American section, S . L. P., H. H . Acton. Man- 
chester; Sec ., Dewitt C. Dow, Manchester ; organizer of Dover 
Section, B . t .Whitehouse, Dover; sec ., Louis Arnstein, Dover. 



286 STATE SOCIBTIB8. 

PBOHIBinON STATE COMMITTEB. 

Chairman, H. O. Jackson, LltUeton; Secretary, Bev. F. K. 
Chase, Concord; Treasurer H . £ . Bruwn, Lakeport . 

PEOPLl'S PAftTT. 

Chairman, D. B. Carrier, Hanoyer; Sec. andTreas., Alden 
G . Kelley, Deny Depot; Executl?e Committee, Frescott 
Hoblnson, Lakeport; Qardoer J . Ureenleaf, Portsmouth; Geo. 
D. Bpps, Franoestown . 

NATIONAL PABTT STATE COMMITTEB. , 

Chairman, Charles E . Drury, B^th; secretary, Charles W. 
CooUdge, Bristol . 

MISOKIiJLAltfEOlTS. 

N. H. PRESS ASSOCIATION. 

President, A. E. Clarke, Manchester; vice-pres., H. F. Hill* 
Concord; O.H.A.Chamberlen, Manchester ;W.H.Toppiug,\.an- 
chest«ir: Recordinfc Secretary, J. W. Bourlet, Ctmcord; Cor- 
responding Secretary, S. C. Gould, Manchester; Treasurer, T. 
W.X.aQe, Manchester; Ex. Com., W. G. Clarke. Manchester; 

i. M. Hill, Concord; H. M. Patney, Mancnester; Auditors, E. O. 
astman, Concord; J. M . Adams, Nashua . — 

FISH AND GAME I^AGUES. 

Moosilauke— Pres., E. B. Pike. Pike Station; vice-pres., G. H- 
L. Head, Warren;0. D. Eastman, Woodsville; sec, E. E. Grimes, 
Piermont; treas., C. J. Ayer, Pike Station. 

Merrimack County— Pres.. H. B. Roby, Concord; vice-pres., 
Dr. I. A. Watson, Concord; Frank Battles, Concord; sec, C. B. 
Clarke, Concord; treas., Moses Ladd, Concord. 

Webster Lake— Sec, W. H. Stewart, Franklin. 

Hillsborough County — Pres., W, H. Beasom, Nashua; vice- 
pres., E. P. Morrill, Manchester; sec; H. S. Hutkhinson, Mil- 
ford; treas., O. P. Kimball, Nashua. 

Cheshire County— Pres., B. C. Russell, Eeene; vicej^res., A. T. 
Batchelder, Keene; sec, F. 0, Nims, Keene; treas., Cf, W. Emer- 
son, Eeene. 

N. H. DIY . LEAGUE OF AMEBIOAN WHEELMEN. 

Chief Consul, G*. H. Phinney, Manchester; ylce-consn], L • 
F . Burbank, Nashua; Secretary and Treasurer, R . T . Kings- 
bury, Keene; representatives, 0. H. A. Chamberkn, Manches- 
ter; H. F. Marshall, Nashua. 

GRAFTON AND COOS COUNTIES BAR ASSOCIATION. 

President, Harry Bingham Littleton; Tice-pres., C. B. Jor- 
dan, Lancaster; Edward Woods. Bath ; Corresponding Secre- 
tary, G. P. Rich, Berlin;. Recording Secretary, W . P. Buckley, 
Lancaster; Librarian and Treas ., D. D. Dow, WoodsTille; Ex- 
ecutive Oommittee, Alvin Burleigh, Plymouth; B. N. Chamber- 
lain, Berlin; Scott Sloan, Woodsville; W. P. Buckley, ex-offldo, 
Lancaster; Dexter Dow, exofficio» Woodsville . 

SOUTHBBN N . H . BAB ASSOCIATION. 

Pre8.E.M. Topliff, Manchester; vice-pres., J. G. Fellows. 
Walpole, J. G . Hall, Dover; sec. and treas., A.H.Chase, Concord; 
executive committee, Calvin Page, Portsmouth; James Edgerly. 
?H?c1"'^ wt ^5.»'^'es Hamblett, Nashua; Elijah Topliff, Man^ 
chesteri Arthur Chase, Concord. . 



STATE SOCIETIES. 287 



THB APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB. 

President, Prof. W . H . NUes; vioe-pres., Rest F. Curtis; record- 
inff secretary* R. B. Lawrence; corresponding secretary, John 
Bitchie, j r. ; Treasurer, J . E . Alden. 

N. H. BANKERS' ASSOCIATION. 

President, 0. Q. Hatch, Littleton; Secretary, 'A. H 
Hale, Manchester; Treasurer, W . P. Fiske, Concord; vice-pres., 
G. F .Andrews, Nashua; H. M. Plammer, Rochester, F . O. Hutch- 
ine, Lancasten F. T. Sawyer, Milford: G . H. Adams, Plymouth; 
M. L. Morrison, Peterborough; 0. W. Tibbetts, Laconia ; G. W 
Farwell, Claremont- S. D. Lewis, Newport; G. A. Litchfield; 
Keene; ex. com., W. P. Thayer, CoQCord; Henry Abbott, 
Winchester; G. B. Chandler, Manchester. 

NEW HAXPSHIBB CLUB. 

(Devoted to the promotion of State interests at Home and 
abroad.) President, N. B. Bryant, Boston; Secretary and 
Treasurer, Qeu. Elbert Wheeler, Nashua. 

TWHITB MOUNTAIN COMMKBOIAL TBAYELBRS' ASSOCIATION. 

President, C. A. Shannon, Manchester; vice-pres., C. W. Bar- 
nard, Boston, Mass.; J. B. Lord, Kennebunkport, Me.; sec. and 
treas., John Bartlett, Concord, N. H.; executive committee, 
James Bean, Boston; W. A. Danforth, Concord; W. H. Bowe, Bos- 
ton; F. L. Eames. Boston; W.T. Burgess, Boston. 

THE N.H. SOCIETY FOB THB PBBVENTION OF CBUBLTT TO ANIMALS. 

President, John P . Pickering; vice-pres., A. H. Ladd, A. 0. 
IJartln, frank Jones, G. 8 H Frink, Alfred Gooding, A. L . El- 
wyn, Mrs. K. U WiiKhester, Mrs. W. P.Parrott; sec. and treas., 
J. n. Mfty; director;?, A . W. Odiome, J. J. Berry, A. C. Heffen- 
ger, J. R. 8banwotjJ, J. R. May, Mrs. H. C. Knight, Miss M. A. 
foster. Miss A, P, Jtrnness, Miss 8. E. Christie, Miss E. H. Pear- 
son, Mifts M. R. Lvman, Miss X. H. M. Shores, Mrs. W. O. Jun- 
kluflt Miss Edith ttiacher; State agent, B £. Hodgkins. 

If . H. SOCIETY FOR THB FRBVKNTIOlf OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. 

Pres., ;8ec. and treas., J. R. May; vice-pres., 

D . B. Macomb, J. S . H. Frink, A. H. Ladd. F. Jones, H . E. Ho- 
vey,Mrs. C. W.Pickering; directors. A, W. Odiome, J. R. May, 
MissE. H. Pearson, Miss A. F. Jennets, Miss M. R. Lyman, Miss 
M. A. Foster, Miss Hope Goodwin, Miss K. M. Hayen, Miss S. C. 
Webster; State agent, R. E. Hodgkins. 

N. H. OBPHANS* home. 

President, Frederick Smyth, Manchester; vice-pres.. Dexter 
Richards, Newport; Treasurer, John Kimball, Concord; Sec- 
retary, Willis G. Buxton; Penacook; Kupt., Rev. James 
Noyes; Matron, Mrs. Frances M. Noyes. 

N. H. CENTBNNIAL HOME FOB THB AOBD, AT CONCOBD. 

President, John Kimball; Recording Secretary, H. Maria 
Woods; Corresponding Secretary, Miss M. A. Downing; Treas- 
urer, J. C A. Mill, Concord. 



STATE S0CIBTIE8. 



iriW HAifPflHIBB BOABD OT TBAdB. 

President, M. J. Pratt. Ooncork; Vice Prosl^ej^i <S? 
presldentB of business organizations connected wj^ « « 
Auditor, James W. HIU, Manchester; Secretary and Treasur- 
er,——^——. 

V. H.FEDBEATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS. 

Pres.. Mrs. Ellxa Blair. Manchester; vice-ores., Mrs. Bnsan 
Bancroft, Concord; Mrs. Ellen Mason, North Conway: cor. sec.. 
Miss Kate Runneils, Nashua; rec. »ec., Mrs. H. B. *^..-Pf>"»»» 
Somersworth; treas., Mrs. Kate Brown. Whitefield; suditoi . Mrs. 
Helen McLane, Milford. Next annual meeting at Milford, and 
the field meeting at Lake Sunapee in June. 1898. 
Insnranoe Companies. 
The tax on home stock insurance'companies is paid to the State 
treasurer, and is divided as follows: On holdings of stock by 
residenU of the Stole, three-lourths to towns proportionately, 
and one-fourth to the State; nonresident, all to the State. Tne 
amount received by the State goes to its revenue. The State 
also receives as revenue the entire tax of foreign companies. 

The priucipal N. H. Fire Insarance Companies are as follows : 

*6WN MUTUALS. 

Barnstead, Bow, . Candia, Canterbury, Hollfs, Loudon, Lynde- 
bcrough, Milford, Northwood, New Durham, Orford. Pierraont, 
Banbornton, Strafford, Sunapee, Sutton, Tilton and Northfiela, 
Weare, Westmoreland. 

CASH MUTUALS. 

Aetna Mutual Fire Im. 'Co., Concord. G. F. Underbill, pres.i 
Obahlah Morrill, sec. _ _ . . ^ „ „ 

Amerioan Manuf*$. MidwU Fire Ins, Co., Concord. A. D. ToUes, 
pres.; Obadfah Morrill, see. «., „ ^ « 

Cheshire County Mutual Bre Ihi. Co., Keene, Silas Hardy, Pres., 
Wm. H. Blliott, Sec. _ , . 

Concord Mutual Fire Int. Co., Concord, 8. C. Bastman, Pres. Lonis 
C. Merrill, Sec. „ , ^ /^ ^ t u 

Home Manuf. and Traders' Mut, Fire Ins. Co., Concord. John 
E. Robertson, Pres.: Obadiah Morrill, sec. , „ « 

MafwfoAAurere and Merchants Mutual Int. Co., Concord, E. G. 
Leach, Pres.; Lyman Jackman, Sec. 

A88X8SXKNT XUTUALS. 

Grange Mutual Fire Ine. Co., Milford, Charles McDaniel, Pr«8.; B., 
C. Hutchinson, Sec. _ , « « 

Merrimack Co. Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Webster, Francis B. Sawyer, 
Pres.; I. A.Burbank,Sec. ^„. ,^«tx,v 

Rockingham Farmers' Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Exeter, John S. Hobbs, 
Pres. ; Henry A. Shute, Sec. 

JOINT STOCK C0MPANIJ58. 

Capital Fire Ins. Co., Concord, Capital, $200,000. L. Jackman, Pres . 
C. L. Jackman, Sec. 

Fire Undertoriters* Association, Concord, Capital, $10,000; Lyman 
Jackman, Pres.; Thomas M. Lang, Sec. 

Granite State Fire Ins. Co,, Portsmouth, Capital, $200,000 ; Frank 
Jones, Pres.; A. F. Howard, Sec. 

N. H. Fire Ins.Co,, Manchester, Capital, $LO0O,0OO: Jn . E. French; 
Pres.; Geo. B. Kendiu, Sec. L_.l. 



KBWSPAFBB0. 



PorUnumth Firt AuocioHon^ Portsmouth, Capital, $60,000 ; Frank 
Jones, Pres.; A. F. Howard, Sec. 

SMt Dwdling House Int. Co., CQncord, Capital, $16,000; 8. A. 
Garter, Vice-Pres.; Obadlah Morrill, Sec. 

Companies of other states hare in force large risks in thiB|ftate, but 
no detailed statementof them will here be giren. 



H. A. 



FBATBRNAIi BENETIOIARY ASS'NS. 

Merrimajck Co. Odd FeUow^ Mutual Seiief As., Concord. 
Brown, pres.; John BourIet»8CC. 

ChrUtian Burden Bearers^ At., Manchester. Frank Burr, pres., 
C. R. Croesett, sec. 

Provident Mutual Belitf Aa&odation, Concord. Hiram A. Tnttte, 
Pres.; A. C. Hardy, Sec. 

The tax paid to the State by other state companies, is one per cent, 
of the gross premioms taken. 

NEWSPAPERS, 

Namti of Paperi. PubTAtheri. 

Cold Eioer Journal, 
B^Mrter, 
Jtem,^ 
Indtpendent, 
ReporUr, 
^Bethlehem, White Mountain Echo, 
Bristol, Weekly Enterprise, 
Canaan, Mascoma Register, 

** ^Beporter, 

Claremont, Ifational Eagle, 
** Advocate, 

" Narrative^ 

Colebrook, Neiws amd jSJsn^nel, 
Jfonttor, 
Indepeind*!nJt StaiMrMm, 



Tofimu. 
Alstead, 
Antrim, 
Ashland, 
Berlin, 



O. L Putnam, 
H. W. Bldrldge, 
'R.R.D. Dearborn, 
W. A. Boothby, 
W. F. Andrus, 

M. Addey, 

R. W. MusgroTe, 
C. 0. Barney, 



Concord, 



People A Patriot, 



Thompson & Fay, 

G.I. Putnam, 

S. H. Story, 
Mrs. E. S. Cnmmings, Thursday 

Rep.Press Association,£ve.Daily 
Thursday 



Pub. days, 
Wednesday- 
Wednesday 
Saturday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Saturday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Friday 
Saturday 
Wednesday 
Monthly 



N .H.I)emocratic PressCo.,Friday 
- , «... Eve. Daily 

Granite Monthly, Granite Monthly Co., Monthly 

Veteran'e Advocate, I. C. Brans, 
Popular Odd Fellow, John W. Bourlet 
Tribune, Tribune Pub. Co., 

Congregational Becard,BAY. £. B. Burrows, 
ChurchFly Leaf, 

Sargent ft Dyer, 

Charles Harden, 

Charles Bartlett, 



Scales k Quknby, 
G. J. Foster % C 



WP *• Btone ^ade News, 

Oontoocook, Independent, 
Derry, Derry News, 

DoTer, Dover Enquirer, 

** Paster's Denunrat, 

*• • BwubUcan, 
TSi.CanteThuTy. Manifesto, 
Bnfleld, Advocate^ 

I^^m, Nmos-Letter, 

Szeter, News^Letter, 

** Exeter GazetU, 

** Evening Oazette, vi<m.« 

•' PhilHpsExeterldL Monthly. 

Farmington, Fcirmington News, Farmington News Co. Friday 

Franklin, Merrimack Journal, B. B. Famsworth, Friday 

*• Transcript, Towne A Robie, Friday. 

" OraniU State OutlooK W. C.T.U., Clara RoweU,Mo 

*^ Flging Hammer, I. O. G. T., S. H. Bobie, Monthly 



Monthly 

Monthly 

Saturday 

Friday 

Quarterly 

Monthly 

Saturday 

Friday 

Friday 

Co., Daily A Friday 

Scales & Quimby, Etc . Daily 

H. C. Blinn, "' "" 

W, A. Abbott, 

£. S. Morrill, 

John Templeton, 

Gazette Printing Co. 

Gazette Pub. Co., 



Monthly 
Friday 

Saturday 
Friday 
Friday 
Daily 



290 



nAWSPAPERS. 



Gorhiun, Tht Mnmtaineer, 

Hanover, The DartmotUh^ 

" DarVth LUerary Man., 

** OoMetUf 

BATerhill, Courier^ 

•• • CharUitown Kewst 
Becord^ 



Frederick Ingalls, Wednesday 
8en.GlaM,Dart. College, Weekly 



D. G. Students, 
L. 0. Giliis, 
W.B.Shaw, 
NewB Pab. Co., 
. E. Caswell, 



Henniker* Courier, edition HiUaborongh Messenger, 



Hillsboro B.^Mestenger, 

Hinsdale, VdlUvRecord^ 

Keene, New Hamp. SmUndt 

•* Chuhire Republican, 

'* Evening Sentinel, 

Laconfa, Democrat^ 

** N«HH and Oritio, 

" Preei, 

Lakeport, BeUenap Co. JtemibUean^lMtoy M. Oonld, 

** Star Spangled Banner^ J. H. Habburd, 

Lancaster, Lancatter OaseUe, A. F. Rowell, 

** Obos (hunty Demoeratt J. D. Bridge, 

" *Coot CoutUy Touriil, Miss Amy Phillips, 

Lebanon, ChfosUte St. Fru Frets, B. H. Cheney, 

*' The Xe&ationton, H. M . Waite, 

" Chri». Endeavor Echo^ H. E. Waite, 

Lisbon, JVorthem Herald, T. J. Walker, 

Littleton, Republic-Journal, Plummer Pab. 

•• Courier, Oonrier Pnb. Co. 

♦ WhiU Mt. Life. J. M. Cooper, 

Manchester, Mirror <6 Amertcan, 

•* Mirror <£ Farmer, 

*• Daily Union, 

" Weekly Vhion, 

*• The BudgeU^ 

•• L*Awnir National, 

" N. H, POBt, 

'* Notee and Queriee, 

" Advertiser, 

" Emerald, ' 

Milford, Farmer's Cabinet, 

Meredith, Meredith News, 



Monthly 
Satorday 
Friday 
Saturday 
Saturday 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Friday 



Mark M. Hadley, 
Bourne Spooner, 

Sentinel Printing Co., Wednesday 

J. D. Colony A Sons, Friday 

Sentinel Printing Co., Daily 

Laconin Dem. Co. , Friday 

Weeks Bros., Wednesday 

Laconia Press Ass., Eve. Daily 

Friday 

Monthly 

Wednesday 

{Wednesday 

Weekly 

Friday 

Monthly 

Monthly 

Saturday. 

Friday 

Wednesday 

w. iMM.. \j\j\jyvi^ wocKiy 

John B. Clarke Co., M AE.DaUy 

** Thursday 

Union Pub. Co., M. & E. Daily 

" " Wednesday 

Kendall & Ladd, Weekly 

J. E. Bemier & Co. , Tri-weekly 

Dick & Tmmpold, Saturday 

S. C. A L. M. Gould. Monthly 

Advertiser Pub. Co., Saturday 

Emerald Pub. Co., Saturday 

W. B. Rotch, Thursday 

W. J. Randolph. Thursday 



Co., 



*Mt. Washington, Among The Clouds, H. M. Burt. Mom. & E. Daily 
Nashua, Nashua Telegraph, Tel. Pub. Co., Daily A Saturday 
Ftess, Gazette Press Co.,Daily&Thur8. 



Newmarket, Advertiser, F. H. Pinkham, 

<* Christian WUnesg, 8. G. Kimball, 

** Eastern PhilaUlist, F. H. Pinkham, 

Newport, N. H. Argus <£ Spectator, Barton A Wheeler, 
" Republfban Champion, B. 0. Hitchcock, 

N. Conway, White M*t*n Reporter, C. E. Blanchard, 



Penacook, Bays ef Light. 

" Advertiser, 

Peterboro, H^anseript, 

Pittsfield. Valley Times, 

Plymouth, Record, 

Portsmouth, Fiortsmouth Journal, 

" Chronicle, 

" N.H. Gazette, 

** Evening Times, 

" States and mUon, 



G.A.Noyes & Co., 
Edward McShane, 
John Scott, 
A.G.Day, 
Chase & Wright 
L. W. Brewster, 
W.Scott Smith, 

Times Pnb. Co. 

By. Post Pub. Co. 
Herald Pnb. Go. 



Saturday 

Monthly 

Monthly 

Friday 

Thursday 

Thursday 

Thursday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

Saturday 

Morn. DaQy 

Thursday 

Daily 

Thursday 

DaUy 

Daily 



SAYINGS BANKS. 



291 



lktC!li(Ht9ri OrtfnVr^ Loagee A McDaffee, 

•• £*£Mler. Gould Bros., 

" Uncord, F.H. Berry 

SauboTTirlLIfft Car f till Uo. Pioimer^ G. 8. Dorr, 

BaJmnnW&UM^lntki^ndent Ind. Pub. Co^ 

gwadwicbtt Sandwich Kf porter, G. E. Blanchard, 

Somern\vorth>iVfe i^M, Free Press Pub. Co. 

'^giiga r H 1 1 1 , Whit*, Mi. Claim, H . W. Waite, 

littnoQok, Biine&}h Pr^s^ Bageme Lane, 

•trtjjf, Ifvme Oimtpaniim, H. 0. Newton, 

^^Ipole, OaMitt£^ G. I. Putnam. 

WnroBr^ Iwi^Mt^eni ii Timet, B. 0. Goie, 

WarH-tj 3iii*l, Wsrren AVff'f, C. E. Caswell, 

• Weira. Tinieg, M. H. Calvert & Co. 

W. 8 te warts to wn ^^onUtr Qaxette, Moore, 



Wbit#fleld, ' Wh. Mt. /ftioj, 

'* White Mi Timet, 

Winch eater, ^-ar, 
Wulffliiora, Granvti ^SlCdte NeVt, 
WoodavilJa, Wefiklg JVeici, 



E. H. Weston, 
Times Pub. Cf., 
G. E. Babcock, 
P.W.Prindle, 

F. W. Hittenffer 



Friday 

Wednesday 

Friday 

Friday 

Thursday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Weekly 

Saturday 

Monthly 

Friday 
Friday 
Saturday 
Saturday 
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Thursday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Friday 



f biise mai-kcd with 4 ntm are published only during the summer 
mciDtlji, 

Note— The proprietor si of the Manchester Advertiser print 14 
weeklies, as Mkpflfs: Bc-i ford Journal. Berry Enterprise, Deer- 
tue Enterprise, Djnbarton Record, Epping Register, Frances- 
Iowa Age. Go iTstowii Chronicle, Hillsborough Enterprise, Hen- 
l£lccr Gazette, Manchester Advertiser.MerrimackNcws, Milford 
KKftfnlner, N«vr Boston Argus, Weare Free Press. They also 

Slnl the t^uficook Journal, with 11 editions, known as : Allens- 
tvQ Courier, Bariistend Witness, Bow Telephone, Chichester 
MttglG, Epsom StariiJardn^ Ilooksett Leader, lioudon Luminary, 
Bcmbroke Itaiiner. Pitisheld Reporter, North wood Messenger. 
iRrrtR — Th* pnblislict of ihe Epsom News-Letter runs editions 
Crwua^r Loudon Echo, Chichester Courier, North wood Citi- 
&,«ml Deerfieid Sentinel. 

BAYINGS BANKS. 

At isto^fi ol business June 30, 1897. 

Amouniot 
Treasurers. Depo^ors. DeposiU. 




I^BiJiiKtom, 

IrftBdona, 
Utirham, 



Banks, 
JshtandSaviilfjS, 
Sht. Bnk, if' Tr. Cb. 
BristfA i:kl^}UlgI^ 
Gttebrokyk ffitar., 
Laafi^ and Ttusi 
Mtrrinmck t'o,, 
N. B. BavvnoK 
Unitm Gufjrant^, 
Cfejiiwtiy Savings, 
Cochtea SfivinffM, 
Siraprntroyint^, 
Mofmdiwck Sao., 
Epfiifi^ Sai-iiiffS, 
Unum Fivr Qmt, 



F. M. Hughes, 
J. 8. Phipps, 
Wm. C. White, 
H. T. Bailey, 
Fred N. Ladd,, 
John 'Kimball, 
Wm. P. Fiske, 
Wm. F. Thayer, 
C. F. Wilder, 
Harry Hough, 
A. 0. Mathes, 
C. R . Kittredge, 
John Q. Pike, 
Sarah C. Clark, 



JikrTnini/t^m ihv^S, C. W. Talpey, 

FrankUif t^ivings, Alexis Proctor, 

Oiiipie Vaiif^y^ E. I. Towle, 

Gorham FIvA (^sUs, ThoB. Gifford 



1,663 

721 
6,487 
3,310 
9,740 
1,329 

648 

868 
9,466 
1,218 

323 
2,412 
1,791 
2,846 

410 

372J 



$ 28,041 

225,000 

561,337 

164,075 

2,326,496 

1,415,836 

4.170,639 

408.312 

114,160 

222,983 

4,923,689 

474,710 

66.569 

486,840 

'286,962 

882,262 

90,215 

67,813 



L 



293 



SAVmaS BANKS. 



Banii, 
QreeoTiUA, Mattm Vil. 8av^ 
HuiOTer, DartmmUk^Sav^ 
Hlllsboro Br., OuaratUjf 8av. 
LacoDia, " - - 

Lftkeport, 
Lancaster, 



Littleton, 

Liabou, 

MMiohest«r, 



J}qpo$Uors. Am^t 



521 
2,194 

1.289 
8,005 
79 
1,091 
1,953 

918 

2,949 



Meredith 
Naeboa, 



Portsmouth, 
Portsmouth, 

u 

Rochester, 
Rochester, 



ntaturert. 
0. B. Marsh, 
P. R. Bngbee, 
W. D. Torsaith, 
Laconia SoaiitffSf Bdmnnd Little, 
City aavings, O. W. Tibbetts, 

Lake Wiagt 8av,, John Aldrioh, 
Lancoiier Savingi, Hennr 0. Kent, 
SiwooganoekChir.3v.V. D. Hatchins, 
Lawnuter 3V. Co. H. P. Kent, 
LiUletOH Savkufit 0. G. Hatch, ' 
8av. Bk d TV. Co, A. W. Baker, Jr., 
AvM$heag Baotnai, Henry Ohandler, 10,222 
■ - ' N. P.Hunt, 1,5«0 

W. M. Parker, 14,611 
Josiah Carpenter, 900 
Fred*k Smyth, 4,275 
O. B. Chandler, 1,183 

D.K. Baton, 

G. A. Ramsdell, 
J. P. GH>ggin 
F. W. Preston, 
Geo. B. Lewie, 
P. A. Johnson, 
John A. Goes, 



1,162 
1,380 



Ouanmty Baving$, 

Mcmehetter 8a»^ 

Mtehaniei' San., 

MerHmaek Biv^r, 

Pole's Savingt, 

MtredUh ViUage, 

Citjf Chuar^ 

Nashua Tr. Co, „„ 

New Ipswich, New Ipswich Sao., F. W. Preston, 78 

Newport, Newport SavingM, Geo. B. Lewie, 1,911 

** Sugar Biver Sav, P. A. Johnson, 580 

Pittsfleld, Fairwur>s Savingi, John A. Goes, 410 

** POt^field Satfingi, S.J.Winslow, 1,341 

Peterborough, Be(er6oroiMAtfavi((;^«,MX.Morri8on, 2,063 

Plymouth, Ouaranty Sav.. R. B. Smythe, 1,345 

~ ForUm*th Bavingt, G. R. Laighton 9,183 

Piicataqua Sav., W. C. Fraser, 1,804 

PorL T.d Gmot. Co. 8. J. Gerrish, 2.216 

Norway PUUni, H. M. Plumer, 1,935 

Boehetter Savings, 8. D. Wentworth, 599 
Salmon Falls, BolUn^ford Sav., J. Q. A. Wentworth, 1.547 

Somersworth J&>mernoor<A Sav., A. A. Perkins, 8,710 

Tilton. Jona Savings, Wm. T. Cass, 1,183 

Walpole, WalpoU Savings, J. G. Bellows, 665 

WoodsTille, WoodniUe Gtuar., H. W. Allen. 883 
STATE BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES. 



119,078 

932,408 

247,886 

1,818,188 

18,716 

266,452 

564,130 

880,978 

65,000 

1,082,808 

60,000 

4,206.988 

778.198 

7,211,618 

466,485 

1,675,531 

688,934 

408,847 

412,679 

500.000 

88,785 

698,666 

82,850 

115,374 



777,980 
26M10 

3,627,724 
694,008 

1,103,279 
683,319 
196,900 
663.246 

1,836,587 
896,947 
216,467 
136,855 



Location Name 

Berlin, Berlin S A T Co. , 

Exeter, Bxeter Banking Co., 

Lancaster, Lancaster Tr. Co., 
Lisbon, Lisbon SAT Co., 

Manchester, Bank of N. E., 
Nashua, Nashua Trust Co., 
Rochester, Rocheeter SAB Co., 
Rollinsford, Salmon Falls Bank, 
Whitefield, Wbitefleld B A T Co., F. W. Page, 
Wolfeboro*, Wolfeboro' L & T Co., C. F. Piper, 



TYeas, Oap.Stk.Amt-dueDep. 
J. S. Phipps, $25,000 tl96,390 
C. E. Byington. 25,000 
H. P. Kent, 1,000,000 
A. W. Baker Jr.. 30.000 
O. B. Green, 1,000,000 
J. P. Goggin, 150,000 
J.L.Copp, 100,000 

J.Q . A. Went worth,60,000 

30,009 108,146 

50,000 218,844 



201,189 

163.870 
779,826 



NoTifi— In the above Banks the column ^'Amount due Depositors" 
belongs to the Savings Department of each institution. 

The tax paid on SaTings Bank deposits is ^of 1 per cent, per annum 
on the general deposits, and one per cent in the special deposits or 
guaranty fund. The tax for 1897 was $3»,060.94. 
The tax is peid to the towns in which the depoeitors reside: 
S?oiJ° '^®* where depositors reside outside of tha state, or where 
of whS; f^wJf "»^°^7^» "»» *a« i« P^Id into the Literkry Fund, 



NATIONAL BANKS. 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 



j Location 

Berlin, 
1 **' 

Concord. 

I u 

Dover, 
J Exeter, 

Franklin, 
I Laconia, 
I Lanoaster, 
I Lakeport, 



Secretary 
Cyrus Doe, 
A. H. Eastman, 
Frank Locke, 
Harry Wood, / 



I Nashua, 



HQlford, 



Leroy Qonld, 
W. L. Mason, 
D. J. Jones, 
B. A. Pease, 

B. A. Pease, 
Milton Taylor^ 

C. E. Knlicht, 
H. 8. Brackett, 
A. S. Parshley, 



Loans on 
Real Est. 

$60,900 
81,700 

397,150 
30,400 
86,560 
38,250 
72,704 

144,700 
14,748 
28,400 

241,260 
86,600 
66,271 

228,252 
78.248 
41,860 
67,600 

136,300 



Name 
Berlin B & L Asso, 
People 8 B & L Asso, 
Concord B A L Asso, 
Bamford B A L Asso, 
Dover Co operative Bank, O. D.'Barrett, 
Exeter Co-operative Bank, Wm. Belknap, 
Franklin B & L Asso, Omar Towne, 

Laconia B ft L Asso, Albert Moore, 

Lancaster B ft LAsso, Ivan Quimby, 
Mutual L & L Asso, " ' 

I Manchester, Manchester B & L Asso. 
Citizen's B ft L Asso, 
HomeB&LAsso, 
Nashna B & L Asso, 
People's BSbIj Asso, 
Milford B & L Asao, 
I Port8m6nth,Portsmoath B & L Asso, 
I Bochester, Bechester B A L Asso, 

NATIONAL BANKS. 
With names of the Presidents and Cashiers, and the amount of Capital. 
Loeaiion. Banks. Presidents. Cashiers, OapitcU, 

Berlin, Berlin NaOondlA. R. Evans, A. H. Eastman, $ 75,000 

Charlesto'n, Oonn. Biv. Nat. G. S. Bond, H. W . Bond, 60,000 

Claremont, ClaremH Nat'l S. F. Bossiter, F. H. Foster, 160,000 
Peoples National^ F. P. Maynard, Qt, A. Tenney, 100,000 
a>2e6roo;kiVa<'l,Geo.yanDyke, H.F.Bailey, 76,000 

First National, Wm. F. Thayer, C. O. Remick, 150,000 
Mechanic^ Nat.B. A,Khaha.\l, H.H.Dudley, 160,000 
N. State Capital, Lewis Downing Jr., J. E. Femald, 200,000 
Derry Depotllerry National, John W. Noyes, F. J. Shepard. 60,000 
DoTer, Stra^ord Nat. E. R. Brown, C. 8. Cartland, 200,000 

** Coeheco Nat., J. E. Lotbrop, Harrison Haley, 160,000 

Farmingt*n, Fxr. National, J. H. Barker, Jas. B. Edgerly, 100,000 
Franklin, National, A. W. Sulloway, Frank Proctor, 100,000 

Great Falls, SomerswHh Nat., B. Hargraves, C. M. Dorr, 100,000 
Hanover, Dartmouth Nat., N.S. Huntington, P. R. Rugbee, 60,000 
HUlsboro, First National, J. S. Briggs, 0. C. White, 50,000 
Jaffrey, (B., Manadnock iVae.,Peter XTpton, C. L. Rich, 100,000 



Colebreok, 
Concord, 



Keene, 
Laconia, 



Cheshire NaJt., W. H. Elliot. W. B. Porter, 200.000 

OitUene Naffl, O.O.Dort. A. L. Wright, 100,000 

Keene National, Edward Joslin, W. L. Mason, 100,000 

Ashudot NaPl, O. A. Wheelock, J. B. Wright, 160,000 

Laconia NatH, C.A.Busiel, 0. W. Tibbetts, 160,000 

PtopWsNaVl A. O. Folsom, Edmund Little, 60,000 

.^..«i»/A., National of, H. J. Odell, W.E.Woodworth, 60,000 

Lancaster, Lancaster Nat., Geo. R. Baton, F. D. Hutchins, 126,000 

Lebanon, National of, C. M. Hildreth, C. B. Cooper, 100,000 

LitUeton, Littleton Nat% O.C. Hatch, H. K. Hallett, 150,000 

Manchester, Amoskeag Nat., G. B. Chandler, J. M. Chandler, 200,000 

" First National, Fred'rick Smyth, Arthur H.Hale, 160.000 

** Manchester Nat., W . M . Parker, W. B. Stearns, 160,000 

«' Merchants' Nat.. N. P. Hunt, A. M. Heard, 150.000 

Second National, Josiah Carpenter, C. E. Bisco, 100.000 

Souhegan Nat., John McLane. Fred. T. Sawyer, 100,000 

FirstNationaL G. A. Bamsdell, W.E.Spalding, 100,000 

Second NaPl, F. W. Bstabrook, F. A. Eaton, 160,000 

Indian Head N., D. A. Gregg, I. F. Harris, 120,000 



Lakeport, 



Mflford, 
Nashna, 



294 



RAILROADS. 



Newmarket.iV^nMMirMA'at, J. N.Oilley, A. 0. HainM, 80,000 

Newport, First HiitUmaX, Dexter Richardf, & D. Lewis, 100,000 

** CiUaeniNaPU 0. M. Bmerson, P. A. Johnson, 60,000 

Peterboro*, Firti yaUonat, W. G.Uyingston,?. G.LiTing8ton,100,00O 

Pittsfleld, PiUi/Uld Naei, G. H. Carpenter, J. A. Goss, 60,000 

Plymouth, /MJ^MOosfet Nat,, G. H. Adams, R. B. Smythe, 76,000 

PortsmoQth, JVrs( Nattonal, S. P. Kimball, 0. A. Haslett, 200,000 

** N.Mech. diyad^ John BlM% C.V.Shillaber, 200.000 

*• JlodWntfAom a; J. J.Pickering, John P. Hart, 200,000 

•• N. H, Natimal, Calrln Page, Wm. 0, Walton, 100,000 

Rochester, noehester NaJt.., J. Farrington, H. M. Plnmer, 60,000 

SomeriwHh.c;*^ F. NcMomU, A. A. Perkins, Fred Yamey, 160,000 

Tllton. OiUMmt* Nat., Wm. T.Oass, Arthur T. Cass, 70,000 

Winchester, WinehMtet Ab^B. C. Thayer, Henry Abbott, 160,000 



BAnJtOAS LOCAL 
OOROOBO k MONTBIAL R. R., 

201 m. Leased and oporated by 

B.AM.R.B. 
From Concord Miles 

To East Concord is 2— 

North Concord 6— 7 

Canterbury ^J^-~ 9 

Northlteld 4— 18 

Tilton 6— 18 

EastTilton 4— 22 

Laconia .6— 27 

Lakeport 2— 29 

Weirds 6— 34 

Meredith 4— 38 

Ashland 8— 48 

Plymouth 6~ 61 

Rumney 8— 69 

West Rumney... 8— 62 

Wentworth .6— 87 

Warren „ 3— 70 

Warren Summit 

East HaTcrhill 10— 80 

Hayerhill, kNewbwry, Vt, 6~ 85 

North Haverhill 8— 88 

WoodsYille A W. Riv,,n. 6— 93 
From WdU Sioer, Fl. 

To Bath 6— 98 

Lisbon 6—103 

No. Lisbon .6—108 

Littleton 6—113 

To Wing Road. 6—119 

Bethlehem June ...4—123 

Profile House ..6—129 

Twin Mountain 184 

Fabyan's 5—134 

Base Station 7—141 

Mt. Washington 3—144 

From Littleton.....» 113 

To Whltefleld 6—119 

Jefferson 6—124 

Dalton » 6—129 

So. Lancaster. 6—134 

Lancaster .2—136 

Guildhall .4—140 

QroTeton June — .......^6—146 



SX8TAN0B tABLB. 

Merrimack Valley Line. 
Double Track. 



From Boitonf Moit^ 
To Nashua is 



Miles. 
.40 
Thornton's Ferry.........^.6— 46 

Merrimack 1— 47 

Reed*s Ferry 2— 49 

Gors Falls 4— 68 

lianchester » .j4— 67 

Martin's Ferry 6— 02 

Hooksett» »4— 66 

Snncook 2 — 68 

Robinson's 2 — 70 

Concord ..6 — 76 

Con. & POBTBMOOTH R. R., 40.6 m. 
Operated by the B. it M. R. R. 

From Concord, Miles* 

To Suncook is „.. 7 

Hooksett. .2— 9 

Manchester.... 9 — 18 

Massabesic 6— 23 

Auburn .8— 26 

Candia. .4— 30 

Raymodd «. 6 — 36 

West Bpping 

Epping.. «.« 6— 41 

Newmarket Junction ......8^ 49 

Stratham. 

Bracketfs.. 

Greenland. 6— 65 

Portsmouth .4— 69 

Manchbstbb a No. Wbabb, 19 m* 
Operated by B. A M. R. R. 

From Manchester Milet. 

To Bedford is...» ^ 1 

Goffstown Center .............6— 6 

Goffstown » 3— 9 

Parker's.,....„.«................l— 10 

OU MiIUi«..^ ......1—11 



RAILROADS. 



295 



Raymond's „ .4—16 

East Weare. 1—16 

North Weare .3—19 

SuNCOOK Yallbt R. R., 19 m. 
Operated by B. & M. R. R. 

Vrom Hooksett Miles. 

To Sancookis 2U 

Allenstown 4V|— 7 

Short Falls 3>|— lOU 

Rpeom 2 — 12>| 

Chichester. ^...214— 16 

Webster's Mills. 2—17 

Pittsfleld. m-^^H 

NostHXBN R. R., 09.6 m. 
Operated by B. A M. R. R. 

From Concord Miles 

To Penacookis 7 

Boscawen.. 3 — 10 

North Boscawen 4— 14 

Franklin. 6— 19 

Bast Andover ( 

Andover. .^ 6— 80 

Potter Place „..l— 31 

West Andover.' 1 — 

Sooth Danbnry 3— 

Banbury 3 

grafton « 6— 43 

Grafton Center 2 — 46 

Canaan ft— 6i 

West Canaan 6— 66 

Bnfield ^ 

Bast Lebanon 2— 61 

Lebanon 4 — 66 

White River Junetiim, R 6— 70 

Bristol Bbanoh, 13.41. 

From Franklin Miles. 

To Hill 7 

Bristol, ^ ft— 13 

CoNOO&D A Clabbhont, R. R. 

66 m. 
Operated by B. & M. R. R. 

From Boston^ Mast., MUes- 

To Concord is ^..75 

West Concord .8V^ 781^1 

Mast Yard 4U- 88 

Contoocook .^.....4 — 87 I 




Dimoud's Comer ^14-^ 89U 

Warner...^ 4 — 98Vj 

Waterloo 2J^ 96 

Roby's Comer .2 — 98 

Melvin's MUls „2 

Bradford 2h 

Newbury 6V 

Mt. Sunapee. 2y 

Sunapee Zy 

Newport .8 

No. Newport 3 

KelleyTille 2 

Claremont ^ ej^— 129U 

Claremont Jnnction.2 — 131>| 
CONTOOOOOK Vallbt R. R., 16 m. 

Branch of Concord & Claremont. 
From Contoocook Miles. 

To West Hopkinton is 8— 

Henniker 6— 8 

West Henniker l— 

Hillsboro .....ft— 16 

PXTXBBOBOUOH A HiLLSBOBO* R. R. 

Operated by B. A M. R. R. 

From Hillsboro' Miles. 

To Antrim 6>^— 

Bennington 2 — 8}4 

Hancock Junction 2>4— 11 

Peterboro' 7 —18 

Manohbstxb a Lawbxhox R. R. 

22.89 m. 

Operated by B. A M. R. R. 

From Manchester Miles. 

To Londonderry is .^.6 

Wilson's 2 8 

Derry 3—11 

Windham 8—14 

Salem 6—19 

Messer's 4 28 

Methuent Mast 1—24 

Lawrmee, *• 2 — 26 

Boston " 26—62 

ASHUXLOT R. R., 28 m. 
Operated by B. A M. R. R. R. 

From Keene Miles 

To Swanzy is 6— 

Westport 8— 8 

Winchester 6—18 

Ashnelot .2—16 

Hinsdale .4—19 

SotUh Vernon, n .......6—24 

Chxshibb R. R., 64 m. 
Consol. with Fitchburg B. R. 

From BtXkwt FaOt VU Miles 



296 



RAILROADS. 



To Gold River la 1 

WftlpoW « »— 4 

WMtmoreiand 6— 10 

EMt Westmoreland ».4~ 14 

Keene ^ .8— 22 

Marlborough ^ 6— 28 

Troy 4— 32 

FltBwfUfam .6— 87 

State Line 6— 43 

Winoliendon 3~ 46 

No. Ashbnmliam 4 — 60 

So. Aahburnham ^.,A-~ 64 

Fitchborg ...^ .10- 64 

BatUm 60—114 

PnuBORO* k Rhiblxt B. R. 
Operated by yitchborg R. R. 

From Ayer June.t Matt.^ Milea. 

To Maaonia 17 

Pratt's i.....8— 20 

Greenville 3—23 

MONADNOOK R. R.« 18.76 m. 

Consolidated withFitchburgR. R. 

From Peterboro* Milea. 

To East Jaffrey is 6 

Rindge 6—11 

Winchendont M(ut.t.. 6—16 

Boston A BfAiM R. R., 34.76 m. 
Double Traok. 

From BottoHy Masa., Miles. 

To Atkinson is 37 

Plaiatow 1— 38 

Newton Jnnc 3— 41 

Bast Kingston Depot 4— 45 

Exeter 6— 60 

Sonth Newmarket 6— 66 

Newmarket June, 1 — 66 

: Newmarket 2— 68 

Durham 4— 62 

Madbury 2— 64 

Dover 4— 68 

Rollinsford 2— 70 

Great Falls 3— 73 

F&rtland, Me. 42—116 

DOVKR A WiNMPBSAUKKB R.R. 29 m 

Consol.with Boston ft Maine R. R. 

From Boston^ Mass., Miles. 

To Dover is 68 

Pickering 6—74 

Gonic 2—76 

Rochester 2—78 

Place's 4—82 

Farmington .4— !86 

Davis's. , ' ~ 



Kew Dqrbftm.K»*«.., .,,.2 — 92 

Alton. **» 3—116 

Altoa Bay - .1 — 96 ^ 

EABTiHit N. H. K. K,, le m. 

PHjDble T»ek. 
Op^'rated by fi. & M, R. R. 
From UmUm Mast. Mil»3, I 

To Sftli«bL3Ty is 39 

Seabrook ...* .««,,.,4 — 43 

Hamplon Falli, .,..,... '.^.<2 — 46 

UamptoD ,.^, «2 — 47 

NortL U&napton.. .*-.-. 2 — 49 

Greublftud ....**»« S-* &i 

Pot tatDoutb . . ♦.« ,,,.,.~.,-^ „6 — 67 
WoLFEBOitO' R. R., 12. m, d 

Conflol.wftli B. & M. R. R. 
From Wolfeboro Junction Milea 

To Cotton Talley ia »»..*— 

Feniald^B. S— fl 

Mill Tillage...... .2—11 

Wol feboro «. ...1—13 

POEThM'Til GT.FALIS a CoKWAT RR. 

* ConaoLwith B, ft M. B. R. 

Frotti Fartsmoutb Mflee. 

To Conway JunctloD... ...*..,! — 

South Berwick „..12— 13 

.HRlmgn Falift ...1— 14 

Great Falls 3— IT 

Rocltaator. ,.„......4..^»......6 — 23 

riRycB „......„,.. ...6— 28 

M 1 1 ton 3— al 

Union ..*.«**..«« ..Q-^ 3T 

Wolfeboro' Jiinctiott..,..„.2— 39 

Wakefield .,. 2— 41 

East Wakefield 4— 46 

North Wakefield...... 2^ 47 

Oaeipeu .r..„*+.........,«.5^-« S2 

Center OBflipee.......-, 7 — fiB 

Wost Osflipee........ .....6— 66 

Mudjflon .**.**....m.,.v. ...4 — flO 

C-LmvfSky ,...........*... T— 76 

North Convrfty ...»5 — 81 

WoHCE&TEH, Nashua, ^ EocHsi^ 
TEH R. R., &G m. 

Ftom H'tfrcf4ter, Mats.j Mllei, 

To llollisia ^ 

Naiihiia ...T — IS 

Hudson S— 49 

W. Windham ................ 4— fi3 

Windliam..... .......».4— 67 

Bftflt Derrj. ,.„..4— 61 

Ham pat ead . ........,*,* ...... . ,.2—68 

aau do wn.,, , , , .....^ ..2—66 

Fremont „„..., ..J— 70 

Epping.. ...«.......«*, 



iJ 



RAILROADS. 



297 



Willey House 

Crawford 9— 87 

Fabyan'8 4 — 9i 

TwiH Mountain..... 6— 96 

Bethlehem 4— lOn 

Wing Road 4— IO4 

Whitefleld 6— IO9 

Lunenburg, VI 5—11 

Manohbstbs ft KUNK R. R. 
Operated by B. & M. 

From Keene Miles. 

To Marlboro is 7 — 

West HarrisTille 4—11 

Harrisville a-14 

East* Harrisville 3—17 

Hancock .4—21 

Hancock Junction 4—26 

So. Bennington. 1—26 

Greenfield 4—30 

SuLUTAN R. R., 26 m. 
Operated by B. & M. 

From Bellows HdlSf Vt., Miles. 

To So. Charlestown is 4 

Gharleetown .4 — 

Springfield 2—10 

North Charlestown 4—14 

Claremont 4—18 

Windsor, FZ., 8—26 



Le» „. „,.„.„ e-flO 

finrringto d * .*» . .. .8 — 88 

Gonie<»«.<>»««' * „■■.,..... 5-^ 3 

Rochastor .....*^%:-Bb 

PtiHUind, Ms, ..- .* &a-U7 

f rem P^rtUmd, Me. MUe*- 

Tfl Sbol Imrn a Is. - .». *- SO 

Berlin.. T-»8 

Miliin... „..„...,,..&-L^ 

WMt MllttP 6— 10» 

at*rk,w.a. »»».. .s-nj 

QFOTfft-m ..„*.^..**** 5— 1^ 

OrtVftton Jtiiic......„......,J— 12J 

Slr^Uord Eullow....*-......3— l:i« 

B^ttiea ... „. "■ 4— 13j 

N onh atriktforii , , .,- .4^13* 

CopaoU withM. a R. R, 
From Forttand, Jie. Mries. 

To Conwtiy Li, ...... .4 *..w*M 

North CoDWjiy ....-..,.,6^ SO 

OlsD StAtldii...... ...pG— fit? 

U[»por BartUtt. .... „..6-^ 72 

Bei»i5« ,.., . . .«.«„,...0— 7 B 

Bejii(]oH the srv&dB of which ix^ giTe the Distance Tables above, there 
are %be folti^jwiHg^, nil uf which are in complete running order. 

ML Whshingiim'tLii. fmm liHOfi of Mt.Washington to summit, 3 ^^m. 

J%*ertoro J5f, S. ¥rmn Brt^t Wilton through Lyndeborongh to Oreen- 
fteW Um. Opomrcil b> B, Jt M. R. R. 

fie^migeieasii^a Vaidy il li., from Plymouth to North Woodstock, 
SBD mfl«fl. Op^rAtt^ bv B. & M. R. R. 

JfoiAuti^ .^ c^r>j| i£ Bittifm, i^txmea, from Nashua, a distance of 4 ^ 
ailias OT6r Diir territory b^foFL' it strikes the State line. Operated by 
B. k M. B. R. 

Ntufiaa «f Lowell pouiia fr. Nashua, a distance of 4.75 mis. over N. H. 
torrtt^jry, to the Man*, line. Dutibl© Track. Operated by B. ft M.R.R. 

TJfia We$t Jmetitur^ Branch^ from State line, Mass., to Newton 
Junr.. iH ouly ij^ ml lea Id leugth. It is consolidated with the Boston 

The Wi(£m S. E,, from NiuliDa to Wilton is 15.43 miles long. Op- 
eratetiby R. k M. K. K. 

PetrtAnoHlh i& Dfimr, E. H,, nqiting those two cities is 10.88 miles 
loTif^. It h Ofieratftd bj B. dt M. R. R. 

Pii^Hiat$d ^ Eochider U ft'IJt laUes long, but only 8 miles in N. H. 

Upper ChGS^ S, It,^ from North Stratford to Stewartstown, 21 miles. 
Leased l>y M, C» H. R. 

Th§ f>inff Moad Is an estt^nsitm of the Concord & Montreal, from 
WtriK HfMiJl Stutkid to tho haso of Mt. Washington, 20.39 miles. 

WhiufUld li Jtjferion R. E.U m. Operated by B AM. 

Oifti^nk Vall^ Extetmim R. E,, from Pittsfleld to Centre Bamstead. 
Operated by B, *. M. R. VL 

Lahe Shore iL K,, from Lukeijort to Alton Bay, 17 miles. Operated 
Vy M. A R. R. 

TiUm J BelmeijU R. M^ froiD Tilton to Belmont, 4 miles. Operated 
try B. ft M.R.R. 



U. 8. GOVSBNMBNT. 



T^ftton <f JVanJU^iS from Tilton to Franklin, 6 miles. Operated by 
B. A H. R. R. 

BrofUe A Irwuetmia Notch R. R^ Trom Bethlehem to Profile House, 
13 miles ; 3 ft gauge. Operated by B AM.R.R. 

Concord has 10 miles of street B. B.; Manchester,!? miles; Doyer, 
7 miles ; Laoonia and Lakeport, 5 miles ; Nashua, 16 miles. 

The total length of steam railroads in operation within the State 
at the time of last Beport was 1428 miles. 

IJMited fftetes Conrte In ITew Sanipslftlre. 

Oi¥tuU Oaurt Jud^et— LeBarron B. Colt, Bristol, B. I.; Wm. L. Put 
nam, Portland. He. 

Cirmii (hurt CVsrln-Fremont B. Shnrtleff, Concord. 

DUtrM Court JiM^w— Edgar Aldrich, Littleton. 
I Dittriet Oaurt Clerib— Fremont B. Bhurtleff, Concord. 

IT. 8. ^Itomey— 0. E. Branch, Manchester. 

ifar«Aa{-^}lark Campbell, Conoord* 

SESSIONS or TBI OOUBTS. 

Circuit Court at Portsmouth, 8tb day of May, and at Concord, 8th 
day of October; and at Littleton last Tuesday in Angnst, If the day 
happens to be on Sunday, the court comes in on the Monday following. 

Didrict Court at Portsmouth, on the third Tuesdays of March and 
September ; at Concord, on the third Tuesdays of June and December; 
and at Littleton, last Tuesday in August. 

IJiilted States Oowttum^mt. 

THE EXECUTIVE. 
WILLIAM Mckinley, Ohio, President Salary $50,000 

GABRET A. HOBABT, New Jersey, Vice-Preddent. «• $10,000 

For succession of Presidents since the organization of the 
Government see page 286. 

THEOABINBT. 

JOHN Sherman, Ohio, Secretary of State, salary, $8,000 
Lyman J. Gage, Illinois, Sec'y of the Treas. " slooo 

Russell a. Alger, Michigan, Secretary of War, ** 8.000 

John D. LonG, Ma8s.,Sec5^ of the Navy, " slooo 

James a. Gary. Maryland, Postmaster Genercl, •• 8.000 

Cornelius N. Bliss, N. Y., Sec*y of the Interior, " . 8.000 
Joseph McKenna, CaL, Attorney General, " 8 000 

James Wilson, Iowa ,8ec»y of Agric'lt're, »* 8,000 

Commissioner of Education, W. T. Harris, Massachusetts. 
Commissioner of Labor, Carrol D. Wright, Mass. 
Commissioner of Pensions, H. Clay Evans, Tennessee. 
Commissioner of Patents, Bbnjamin Butterworth, Ohio. 
Librarian of Corurress, John Russell Young, Pennsylvania. 
7»u6lic PHn<er, Prank W. Palmer, Illinois. 

ministers to Foreisrn Countries. 

AMBASSAnOKS. 

S^^\ . Cbp«o2#. Ministers, From, Salarv 

Great Britain, London, John Hay, D. C. tVlMO 

Prance, Paris, Horace Porter. N. Y., nSo 

iSr**^' ^™°' Andrew D. White, N.Y. nJoX 

*»iy, Rome, Wm. P. Draper, Mass., 12|ooo 



MINISTBRS TO FORBIGN COUNTRIES. 



299 



SHTOTS BZTRAOEDINABT AND MIKISTXM PLIMIPOTSNTIABT. 

Ckmntries, CdpUaU. Miniiteri. From Salary. 

▲ii8tria.Hiiiig'ry,yieiina, Gliarlemagne Tower.Pa., 

Argentine Rep. Baenos Ayre6,Wm. I. Buchanan, Iowa., 
Belgium, BrouelB, Bellamy Storer, Ohio, 

BoUTia, La Pas. Geo. H. Bridgman, N. J.., 

Braiil, RiodeJaneiro,£dwlnH. Conger, Iowa, 

°"^ m^^"" ["•"«»•. ^^- ^ Merry, CI.. 
Chile, Santiago, Henry L- 'Wilson, Wash., 

China, Peking, Ohas. Page Bryan. His., 

Colombia, Bogota, Chas. Bnrdett Hart, W. Va., 

Denmark, Copenhagen, Lanrits .<-'. Swenson. Minn. 

Bacador, Quito, .,..-- 

Greece, Romania^ 
andSerria, 

W. Godfrey Hunter, 

Harold M. Bewail, 

Alfred E. Buck, 

Powell Clayton, 

Stanford Newel, 

Irving B. Dudley, 

Lawrence Townsend, Pa.,' 
St. Petersb'g, Ethan A. Hitchcock, Mo., 
Madrid, Stewart L. Woodford.N. Y., 

Bemt, John G.A.Leishman,Pa., 



^j- Athens, 



Archibald Sampson, Ariz., 
Wm. WoodyilleRockhill4).C.. 



Hawaii 

Japan, 

Mexico. 

Netherlands, 

Pern, 

Portugal, 

Bnraia, 

Spain, 

Switaerland, 

Sweden, \ 

Vorwayt J 

Turkey, 

Uruguay, > 

Paraguay, f 

Venezuela, 



Hon<fluln, 
Tokyo, 
Maauoo. 
The' Hague, 



Lisbon, 



Ky., 

Me.,, 

Ga., 

Ark., 

Minn., 

Cal., 



Stockholm, T. B. Ferguson., Md, 

Constantinople, Jas. B. Angell, Mich., 

Montevideo, Wm. B. Finch, Wis., 

Caracas, Francis B. Loomls, Ohio, 



$12,000 
10,000 
10,000 
6,000 
12,000 

10,000 

10.000 

12.000 

10.000 

7,600 

6,000 

6,600 

10,000 

7,600 
12,000 
17,600 

7.600 
10,000 
$7,600 
17,600 
12,000 
,7,600 

7,600 

10,000 

7,600 

7^0 



MIHISTIBS BMIOnrV AND OORSUU SUriEAL. 



£?toSSilngo,} P"'*'" P"""' '^°'- 1^- P°'»"' 



Korea, Seoul, Horace N. Allen, 

Liberia, Monrovia, Wm. H. Heard. 

Bgypt, Cairo, Thos. S. Harrison, 

Siam, Bangkok, John Barrett, 

Ptfsia, Teheran, Arthur S. Hardy 

Calcutta. Consul Gen., Bobt. F. Patterson, Tenn., 

Montreal, ** John L. Bittinger, Mo., 

Tienna, *^ Carl Bailey Hurst, D. C, 



N.J., 

Ohio., 

Pa', 

Pa., 

Ore., 

N.H.. 



6.000 

7,600 
4,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4,000 
8,600 



THE JUDIOIART. 

SnpreBte Court of tlio Uiiltod States. 

Melville W. Fuller, of IlL, Chief Justice, Salary $ 10,500 

ASSOOIATB JUSTIGES-HSALART $ 10,000. 



John M. Harlan, of Kentucky, 
Horace Gray, of Mass. 
DaTid J. Brewer, of Kansas. 
H. B. Brown, of Mich. 



George Shiras. Jr., of Pa. 
Edward D. White, of La. 
Ruftis W. Peckham, N. T. 



J. H. Mo Kenney, Clerk, $6000; J. 0. Bancroft Davis, of Mass., 
Beporter, $ 6,7(X>; John M. Wright, of Ky., Marshal, $ 8,000. 



800 U. 8. COUBTS. 

-U 



U* 8* CircuU Court Judges. (Salary $6,000 each.) 

CIRCUITS. JUDOBS. 

1 Me.,1^. H., Mmb, and B. L, LeBaron B. Colt, of B. I.. 

and Wm. L. Putnam of Maine. 

5 y t, Conn, and New Tork,Wm. J. Wallace, E. H. Lacombe, 

of New York, and Nathaniel Shipman of Conn. 
8 New Jersey, Penn. and Delaware, Marcus W. Acheson and 

Geo. M. Dallas of Pa. 

4 Maryland, ya.,W. Va., N. and S. Carolina, C.H. Simonton, B.C., 

and Nathan Goff of W. Virginia. 

6 Ga. Fla. Ala. Miss. La. and Texas, Don A. Pardee, La., and 

A. P. MoCormick of Texas. 

6 Ohio, Mich., Kentucky and Tennessee, Wm. H. Taft of Ohio, 

and Horace H. Lurton, of Tenn. 

7 Indlana,IllinoisaiidWis.,W. A.Woods, of Indiana, Jas. 6. 

Jenkins of Wis., and John W. Shdwaller, of Illinois. 

8 Minn., Iowa, Mo., Kansas. Ark, Neb,. Gol., No. Dak., So. 

Dak., Wyoming and Utah, and Territo ies of New Mexico 

and Oklahoma, Henry C. CaldweUl of Ark., Walter H. 

Sanborn of Minn., and Amos M. Thayer, of Mo. 
Califomia, Oregon, Nevada, Montana^Wash., Id^ho, and 

Territ'triesof Al.skaand Arisona, Wm. B. Gilbert of 
Oregon, Brskine M. Boss, of Cal., and W. W. Morrow, of CaL 

Court of Claims off flto United States. 

Charles C. Nott, of New York, Chief Justice, Salary, $ 4,000 

Lawrence Weldon, of HI., Justice, *• 4,500 

John Davis, of Mass., ** ** 4,600 

Stanton J. Peele, of Ind., " " 4,600 

Charles B. Howry of Mississippi, '• " 4,60o 

Archibald Hopkins, Clerk, 8,000 

Flfty-llflli Coai^rose. [March 4, 1897, to March 4, 1899.] 

Second Seaiion, Dee, 6, 1897. 
Unttbd States Sbnatb. 

Salary of Senators is $6,000per annum; mileage, 20 cents per 
mile of travel to and from Washington, each annual session; 
allowance for stationery and newspapers, $125 per annum. 
President of the Senate, pro tempore, $8,000. 
Gasket A. Hobart, of N. J., President of the Senate,ea;-<;^cio 

Wm. B. Cox, Secretary, salary $5,000. 

B. J. Bright, Sergeant at Arms, 3alary, $4,820 

Alabama— John T. Morgan, 1901; Edmund W. Pettus, 1903. 

Arkansas-^ameB K. Jones, 1903; James H. Berry.lOOl. 

Ca^^omior-George G.Perkins, 1903; Stephen M. White, 1899. 

Cotorodo— Henry M. Teller, 19J8; Edward O. Wolcott, 1901. 

ConnecHout—Oryille H. Piatt, 1903; J. B. Hawley, 1899. 

DeUxware—GeorgQ Gray, 1899; Bichard B. Kenney, 1901. 
BJ^'torida— Stephen B. Mallory, 1908; Samuel Pasco, 1899. 

Georgia— A. O. Bacon, 1901 ; Alexander S. Clay, 1908. 

/(Dtafto— Henry Heitfeld, 19113; Geo. L. Shoup,l 901. 

nUnois—Wm. E. Mason, 1903; Shelby M. Cidlom, 1901. 

JfuKono— Chas. W. Fairbanks, 1903; David Tuniie, 1899. 

lowa^Wmam B. Allison. 1903; J. H. Gear, 190? ' 

"SSSSS^^w *™T^^^*^^^?'JS?3iJ^«cien Baker, 1901. 

-KcnJttoAy— Wm. J. Deboe, 1908; Wm. Lindsay, iooi. 

Xou<»iana~Donelson Caflfery, 1901 ; Samuel D. M^iery. 1908. 



U. S. SBKATB. 801 



Jfomd— Eugene Hale, 1899; Wm. P. Frve, 1901. 
Maryland— Axtiixir F. Gorman, 1899; G. L. Welllnglon, 1908. 
Massachuaetts—Reiaj Cabot Lodge, 1899; Geo. F. Hoar, 1901. 
Jliichigan—J, C. Burrows, 1899; James McMillan, 1901. 
Minne$o*a—0. K. Dayis, 1899; Knute Nelson, 1901. 
MUHssippi-TSL, DeS. Money, 1899; E. C. Walthall, 1901. 
Jfisfottri-Geo. G. Vest, 1903 ; f*rancis M. Cockrell, 1899. 
Jfontano— Lee Mantle, 1899 ; T. H. Carter, 1901. 
iVWrotte— WilUara V. Allen, 1809; J. M. Thurston, 1901. 
Nevaek^-J. P. Jones^903; Wm. M. Stewart, 1899. 
ITew Hafin>9hire—J. H. Galllnger, 1903; W. E. Chandler, 1901. 
Ifew Jertey— James Smith, Jr., 1899: W. J. Sewell, 1901. 
Ifew For*— Thomas C. Piatt, 1903; Edward Murphy, Jr., 1899. 
Korth Carolina— J. 0. Prilchard, im; Marion Butler, 1901. 
Jf^orih Dakota—Vf, N. Beach, 1899 ; H. C Hansbrough, 1903. 
Ohio— Joseph B. Fnraker, 1903; Marcus A. Banna, 18!^8. 

Oregon— Geo. W.McBride, 1901; , 1908. 

Pennaylvama— Boies Penrose, 1908; M. S. Quay, 1899. 
Bhode Islands. W. Aldrlch, 1899; G. P. Wetmore, 1901. 
South Carolina— John L. McLaurln, 1903; B.B.Tillman, 1901. 
South Dakotor-^. H. Kvle, \sm\ B. F. Pettigrew, 1901. 
'^ r«»n«#««— Wm. B. Hate, ]yl^»; lahnm O. Harris, 1901. 
T(Sca«— Boger Q. MUlt^, 1B09; Horjicc Chilton, 1901. 
I72a^— Joseph L. Bi^wLlne, L9i}(l; Frank J. (Tannon, 1899. 
Vermemt—SuAttii 8. MorrlH, 19.H ; RedfleM Proctor, 1899. 
Tfr^nio— John W. Daniel, laoft; T. S. Mfirtin, 1901. 
WMhingUm—3, L. WU&tjn^ ii*90; (lecn Turtier, 1903. 
Wett F«*^<a— Chii^. J. Faulkner, 1^93; S, B. Elklns, 1901. 
Iflicotwffi^John 0. Spnoner, iOiTf}; John L. Mitchell, 1899. 
Wyoming— T. E. Warren, 1901; C> D. Clark, 1899. 

HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES OF THE U. S. 

* Republicans in Roman (203); Democrats in italics (124);Pop- 
ulists in small caps (:iil); Silver in caps (3) ; Fusionist in full 
f^ice (6) ; vacancies in the 4th district of Indiana and the 6th 
district of South Carolina, and the 6th district of Illinois; 
whole number 857. Those marked * served in the Fifty- 
fourth Congress. Those m|urked t served in a previous 
House. 

Thomas B. Reed, Maine, Speaker, salary $8,000. 

Alexander McDowell, Pennsylvania, Clerk, salary $5000. 

AM>ama—Ow. W. Taylor, J, F. 8taUing$t * ff. D. Clayton, T, 
8. Plouman, WillSt Brewer, J, J7. Bankhead,* M. W. How- 
ard,* Jot. Wheeler,* O. U. UnderwoodA 

^lArhatuae—P, D. McOuUoch,* J, 8, LittU,* T, C. McRae,* W. 
L. Terry,* H. A. Dinsmore,* 8. Brundidge,'jr, 

Cattf&rnia-J. A. Barham,* Ifarfcn 1>« FWe», S. G. Hilborn,* 
J. O. Maguire,* Eugene F. Loud,* G. A. Barlow, C.H.CA8TLB. 

Colorado^, F. SH AFROTH,* J. C. BbLL.* 

ConneeUeut—'E^. S. Henry,* N. D. Sperry,* 0. A. Russell,* E 
J. Hill.* 

Ddaaare—L. I. Handy. 

Florida—S. M. Sparhman,* R, W, I/avia, 

Oeorgia—R. S, Leater,* J. M. Origgs, E. B. Lewix, W. C. Ad 
anuon,Jj. F Livingeton,* C. L. Bartleit* J, W. Maddox,* W. 
jr. Howard, F. C. JWe,* W. H, Fleming, W. O, Brantley. 

Idaho— Jab. Qttsv. 

illfciol»— J.R.Mann,Wm..Loriraer,«' H. R. Belknap,* D. 
W. Mills, G. E. White,* H. S. BouteU, G. E. Fobs,* A. J. 



802 U. S. HOUSE OF BEPHKSE^TATIVES, 

Hopkins,* Bobert B. Hltt,* tieo W. Prince,* Walter ReeTos^* 
J. G. Cannon.* Vespasian Warner,* J. Y.Craff,* B. F.Uarsh,* 
W, H. Binriohten, J. A. Connolly,* T. M. Jett, A. J. HufUer,f 
J, R. (Jampbea, Jehu Baker,* George W. Smith.* 

JndiaMO-^. A. Hemenway,* i?. W.Mieri, W. T. Zenor, F. fir. 
Oriffitht G. W. Paris,* Henxj U. Johnson,* Jesse Overstreet,* 
O. L. Henry,* 0. B. Lanois, S. O. Crampacker. G. W. 
Steele,* J. AT R(Mn$(m, L. W. Royse.* 

/owo— S. M. Clark,* G. M. Curtis * D. B. Henderson,* T. Up- 
defirraff|*B. G. Cousins,* J. P. Lacey.* John A. T. Hull,* w^. 
P.llepbum,* A. L. Hager,* Jonatnan P» Dolliver,* G. I>. 
Perkins.* 

KaruoM—lLX large, J. D. Bodkin, Case Broderick,* M. S. 
Peters, E. R. Ridgblt, Chas. Curds,* W. D. Vincent. N. B. 
Mccormick, Jerrt 8iHP80N,t 

Kentucky— C. K. Wheder, J. D. Clardy* J. 8. Shea, D, H, 
Smith, Walter Evans,* Atttert 5. Beny* E. E, Settle, G. M. 
Davison, S. J. Puph,* T, Y. FUtpatrick, D. G. Colson.* 

LcuiMiana—Adotph Meyer^ B. C, Davey, B. F. Br<m$sard, 
H. W. Ogden* 8. T. Baird, Softiuel M. Bobertaon,* 

Maine— ThOB. B. Beed,* N. Dingley, Jr.,* B. C. Burleigh, C.A. 
Boutelle.* 

Maryland— I. A. Barber. W. B. Baker,* W. S. Booze. W. W. 
Mclntlre, 8. £. MuddJ John McDonald. 

Ma9iachu9ett»—0, B. Lawrence, P. H. Gillett,* J. H. Walk- 
er,* G. W. Weymouth, W. S. Knox,* Wm. H. Moody,* W. E. 
Barrett,* 8. W.McCaU,* J. F. Fitzgerald* S. J. Barrows, C. 
P. Sprague, W. C. Lovering, John Simpkins.* 

Mtchigan-J. B. CorUss* Geo. Spalding * A. M. Todd, E. 
L. Hamilton, W. A. Smith,* S. W. Smith, H. G. Snover,* 
Ferdinand Brucker, R.P. Bishop,* R. O. Crump,* W. S. Me- 
sick, 0. D. Sheiden. 

Minneeota—S, A. Tawney,* J. T. McCleary,* J. P.Heatwole,* 
F. C. Stevens, Loren Fletcher,* Page Morris, F. M. Eddy. * 

MUeUeippi-J. M. Alien,* W. V. SuUivan, Tbos, C. CatcMnffi,* 
A. P. Fox, J. S, WUliamt,* W. F. Low, Pairiek Henry. 

MU»ouri—J. L. Lloyd, B. N. Bodine, A, M. Doekery,* C. F. 
Cochran, W. S. Cowherd, D, A. DeArmond,* Joe. Cooney, B. P, 
Bland,t Champ Clark,\ Richard Bartholdt,* C. F. Joy,* Chas. 
E. Pearce, Edtoard Bobb, W. D. Vandiver, M, E» Benton. 

Montanor-C. S. HABTMAN.* 

N^braeka—J. B. Strode,* D. H. Mercer,* Samuel Maxwell, 
W. L. Stark, R. d. Sutherland, W. L. Greene. 

Nevada-T. G. NEWLANDS.* 

New Hampahire—C. A. Sulloway,* P. G. Clarke. 

New Jeraey—H. C. Loudenshtfer,* J. J, Gardner,* B. F. 
HowelU* Mahlon Pitney,* J. F. Stewart,* R. W. Parker,* 



Thos. McEwan, Jr., C. N. Fowler. 

New York— J. M. Belford, D. M. Hurley,* E. M, Driggg, I 
F. Fischer,* C. G. Bennett,* J. R. Howe,* J. If. G. Vehi^e- 



J. M.MitchelI,* T. J, Bradley. A. J, Cumminya,* G. B. McCUl, 
ton ♦ R. C. Shannon,* L. B. Quigg,* P. B. Low,* W. L. Ward, 
B. B. O'Dell, Jr.,* J. H. Ketcham,t A. V. 8. Cochrane, G. N, 
Southwick,* David F-Wilber,* L. N. Llttauer, W. T. Foote. 
Jr.,* C. A. Chickering.* J. 8. Sherman.* G. W. Bay,* Jas. J. 
Belden.t 8. E. Payne.* C. W. 6illet,« J. W. Wadsworth,* H. 
C. Brewster,* R. B. Mahany,* De Alva S. Alexander. W. B. 
Hooker.* 

^S^^ ^^C*^'*^H^»»y Skinner* G. H. White, J. E. 
FowLEB. W. F. Stroud, W. W. KUchiiCQ H mSStik • A 
asHuroBD, R. z. Linney.* Richmond TpekrSn^ * 



tJ. S, HOUSE OF HEPREBENTATIVES. 



OMo—W. B. Shatme. J. H. Broiriwell,* /. L. Brenner, G. A. 




North wftVt* O. B. Heach,* T. K. liurtonJ 

Orefft^-T.H.ToxigvL(^,W.R.FAliB* _ ^ 

Fmnatf/fartio— Atlarj^e, a.A.Grow,* S. A, Davenport; Henry 
H.Biiiehanit* R-bt. Adams. Jr.,* IKm. ifcJteer.t J. K. Youag, A. 
C, Harmcr,* T. S. Butler, I- P. Wangcr,» W. S. Klrkpatrlck, 
Daniel Ermefitrmit.f Marriott Brosius,* Wm. Connell, M. B. 
Williams, C. N. Brumtn,* M. E. OlmsteiL J. H. Codding,* H. 
B- Packer^ M. H. Kulp,* T- M. Mahon,* G. J. Benner^ J. D. 
HlckB»* E^ K. Robbing, John Dalzull,* William A. Stone,* 
E. F. AtcheBon/ J. B. Showalter, J. C* Sturtevant, Charles 
W. Stone* W. C. Araold-' 

Mhod£ JaianeJ— MeUille Bull,* A. B. Capron. « ^ ^. 

South Carolina^ Wm. EUwU,f n. J^ TaU>ert,* A, C. LaU- 
Hwr,* Stran\/<miA WiUon* T. J. Strait* Jcu, Norton, J. W, 

South Dakota^ At large, J. E. KELiEY, FrBBMAn KNOWLES. 

TCTmeaaee— W. P. Brown low, H. K- tTibson,* J. A. Moon. 
Bmton McMUlin,* J. Z>. Eichardson* J. W. Qaines, If. N, Cox,* 
T W* .S*TO3, IL A. I^erceAE. W. Carmack.. 

Texas— T. H. Ball S. B. Cooper* i?. C De Orc^enreid, J. W. 
Cranford, Joseph W. Bailey* R, E. BvrUe, R. L, Henry, 8, W. 
T.Lanh<im^J.D.^yers*ll, B- Haw ley, Rudolph Kltberg,* 
J, L* Siay^i^* /- ^i' Siephena. 

Utah--W. H.King. 

Vermontr-^H^ Henry Powers,* W. W. Grout.* 

Virginia^ W. A. Joites,* W. A.l'oimff^JohnLamb, 8. P. Epes, 
C. A. Swiiiison,'* P. J. Ote^*Jas.Hay,J, F. Rixey, J. A. 
Walker,* J* Yost. 

Waahington^M large, J. S, LfwU, W. C. Jones. 

fTej* nr^nto— B. B, Dovener,* A, G. Dayton,* 0. P. Dorr, 

Warren Miller* ^ ^ _ , , , ^ . * » ™. 

IflsccwialTi— II. A. Cooper,* Edward bauerhenng* J. W. 
Babcock,* Thebold OtJen,*S. S. Baruey,* J. H. Davidson, 
Michael Cxriffln^^E. S. Minor,* Alex ttowart,* J. J. Jenkins.* 

Wuoming^J^ E. Oshom^^, 

TERHiTOHiAi. Delegates.— ^H*^jnfl~Jf. A. Smith.f New 
Mexico— H^ B, F^rffuswn. OkWtom€i^-J. Y. Callahan. 
PRKSIBENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The following IS a liatof the Presidents of the United Statesi 
with the years of the commencement of their terms of office. 
0eo. Washlne1:ou, 17S9 and S7B3' b ranklin Pierce, 1858 

John Adams, 1797 James buehanan, * 1857 

Thomaa Jefferson, 18(J1 and 1S0&; Ahraham Lincoln,1861 and 1865 
James Mud iaon, 1809 and 181^ (assassinated Apr. 84,1865). 
J amea M o nro e. 1817 an tl 1»2 ] And re w Johnson, 1866 

John Qtiincy Adams, 1825: (elected as v . P ) 

Andrew Jackson, 1839 and 1833 U lyases a Grant, 1869 and 1878 



Martin ^an Hnren, 1937 

William Henry Harrison, 1B41 
(died Apr. 4) 



Kutherford B. Hayes, 1877 

Jas. A. Garfield, March 4, to 

ESept. 1S81, (assassinated). 
Chester A. Arthur, (elected as 



John Tyler (elec as V.R) 1S41 Chester A. Arthur, (ele^ec 

James Knoi Polk. 1845' V, P. ) from t^ept. 19, 1881. 

Zach ar V r a y 1 or, 1849 , Grover i leveland, 1886 

(died J\ily 9, 1850). BenjamUi Harrison, 1889 

Mm.rdFmo,ore,(V.F.) IfieolGroverOlev^d.^ 1^ 



804 



IMTSBMAL BBVBNUB TAXES. 



TIMB AND LIMIT OF 
8TATB AND TBRRITOBIAL LBGISLATURES. 



ataU cMd tim0, LimU. 
Al».,2T.NOT.t60<U. 
ArMM. Jaii.«0(U7i. 



SlatM oNd Hme, LknU. 
Masi.,* 1 W. Jan. none 
Mich., 1 W. Jan. none. 
Bfinn.,2T. Jan. 90 df. 
MiM^ 2 T. Jan.t none. 
Mo., 1 W^ Jan. 00 days 

mi par. 
Mon.,lM.Jan. 60 di. 
Neb.. IT, Jan. 40 •• 
:;eT.,8M..Jan.«0 " 
K.H.,1 W.Jan, none. 
N. J.,* 2 T. Jan. none. 
N. ¥.,♦ 1 T. Jan. none. 
N. 0..1 W.Jan. 60 dayf 
N. Dak., 2 T.Jan. ** 
Ohio, 1 M. Jan.t about 

lOOdaTB. 
Ore., 2 M. Jan. 40dayf. 
Penn., 1 T- J^n. 160 dt. 



Cal.,2M.Jan.60 
Ool., 1 W Jan. 00 " 
Oonn., W. after lit M. 

Jan. none. 
Del. 1 T. Jan. none, 
flor. Tnee. aftM* 1 M. 

Jan. 60 day I. 
Oeo.lW.NoT.t40ds. 
Ida., 1 M.Jan. 60 days 
111. 2 W.Jan, none. 
Ind. 1 W. Jan. 60 dayi. 
Iowa, 2 M . Jan. f none. 
Kan., 2 T. Jan. 60 daye 
Ken., last W.Dec.80 " 
Lou., 2 M. May 1 60** 
Me., 1 W. Jan., f none. 
Md.,lW.Jan.t«)days 

* States and territories haring anpnal sessions. 

f States and Territories having biennial MQsions* in 
Biennial sessions not ihns marked me^t tn the ooa ym 



8UU€$<mdtime. JAtmt 
R. I.« last T. in Hay A 

8 T. in Jan. none. 

S. Dak. 2 T. Jan. 60 da 

S. €,♦ 4 Tn. Nov. none 

Tenn. 1 M . Jan . 76 day a 

Texas, 1 Tn. Jan. 60 ** 

Vt., I W. Oct.t none. 

ya.,lW.Dee.90day8 

W. Van 2 W.Jan. 46 •« 

Wis., 1 M.Jan, none. 

Wash.,l8tW. after 1st 

M.,Jan. 60 da. 
Wyo.,2Tu. Jan. 

TXBBITOBUES. 

ArlB» 3 M.Jan. 60 days 
N.Mez.lastM.Deo.60ds 
Utah, 2 M. Jan t 60 da. 
Ind. I M. Not. • SO ds. 



All others Ueanial. 
thesTen yisars 

yMTS. 



INTERNAL BBYBNUB SBBYIOB. 

Dkiriet of New Bdmpshir^., embraeing Maint^ Ntio ffamp^re 
amd Vmrmant— Collector , James A. Wood, Portsmouth. 



CKief DepvA^ in Cpe«— H. W. Putney, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Maine^F. U. Kelleher, Auburn; J. S. Williams, Guilford: Stamp, 
J. D. Prindable, Portland. 

yew SampsMre—M, A. Moynahan, Portsmouth; 8. H. Connor, 
Manchester; S. H. Brigham, Lisbon. 

VermofU—A. L. Weeks, St. Albans; Stamp, H. D. Ryder, Bellows 
Falls. 

Oauger—W. R. Martin, Portsmouth. 

Stor^etper and Gauger—Y, R. Johnson, Portsmouth. 

TABLB OF INTERNAL RBYBNUB TAXBS. 



AHirUAL BPIdAL TAXIS. 

Schedule of articlea and occupations subject to tax under the 
internal revenue laws of the United States in force Noy.l6,18d5. 

XAgruort— Bectiflers of less than 500 barrels a vear, $100; rectl- 
flers of 600 barrels, or more, a year, $auO; retail llquor-^ealers, 
$25; wholesale liquor-dealers, $100; retail dealers in malt 
uquors, $20: wholesale dealers in malt liquors. $50; manufac. 
turers of stills, $60; and for stills or worms, manufftctored, 
each, $20; brewers, annual manufacture less than 600 bsirrels, 
$50; annual manufacture 500 barrels or moi«, $100; manu- 
facturers of oleomargarine, $600; retail dealers in oleomargar- 
ine. $48; wholesale dealers in oleomargarine, $480; manu- 
l!t2Sl®*?iL.^®?»^¥f»«i ♦^J wholesale dealers lii filled 
cheese, $260; retailed dealers in filled cheese, $12. 



POSTAaS RATES. 805 



ABTIOLBS TaZBD. 

DUHUed BpirUa^tl, 10 tor eBkoh proof gallon or wine gallon 
wben below proof. 

Fermented Xi^uort— Ale, lager beer, porter, etc., $lper barrel 
containing not more than 31 gallons, ; and at the proportion- 
ate rate for halves, thirds, quarters, sixths, and eighths of 
barrels; more than one barrel of 31 gallons, and not more than 
68 fl»llons, In one package, $2. 

mnes and Similar Campoundt^When not made from grapes, 
onrrants, berries or rhubarb grown In the United States, pint 
bottles luc, qts. 20c. larger quantities In proportion. 

Tobacco and 5n«^— Tobacco, chewing ana smoking, flne-cut, 
cavendish, plug or twist, cut or granulated, of every descrip- 
tion ; tobacco twisted by hand or reduced into a condition to 
be consumed, or in any manner other than the ordinary mode 
of drsring and curing, prepared for sale or consumption, even if 
prepared without the use of any machine or Instrument, and 
without being pressed or sweetened; and all flne^ut shorts 
and refuse, scraps, clippings, cuttings and sweepings of to- 
bacco, domestic or imported, per pound, 6 cts. ; snuiT of all de- 
Bcrlptaons, domestic or imported, and snuif-flour, sold or re- 
moved for use, per pound, 6 cts.; cdgars per thousand, $8; 
cigarettes, domesao or imported,per tnouiand, 60 cts. 

Oleamargartne— And similar substances in imitation of butter, 
Sc per pound. 

Fitted Cheese— ,01 cents per pound. 

Ptaying Car<l«.— Sets per pack. 

NoTB.— The internal revenue taxes on imported manufac- 
tured tobacco, snuir, cigars, and cigarettes are in addition to 
the import duties thereon. 

All the above taxes upon articles are to be paid by the manu- 
facturer before sale and removal from factory or warehouse, 
by the purchase of stamps to be affixed to package. 

jBonlv ofMl Safil;er«— One-twelfth of one per cent per month 
upon circulation not exceeding 90 per cent of capital, and an 
additional % of one per cent, upon the circulation exceeding 
90 per cent, of capital, (i his tax is paid directly to the Treas- 
urer of the United States, and not to the Collector of Internal 
Revenue.) 

All banks, persons and corporations, not national banks, 10 
per cent upon all of their own notes used for circulation and 
paid out by them. 

All banks, persons and corporations 10 per cent upon notes 
other than national bank and United States notes paid out by 
them or used for circulation. 

POSTAGE RATES. 

Corrected to November 15, 1897. 

All mailable matter is divided into four classes : First, writ- 
ten matter; second, periodical pubUoations ; third, mlsoellane. 
ous printed 'matter; fourth, merchandise. 
rnuT-OTiASs mattbr. 

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

BvBBT Lbttbb, or written communication, any distance 
within the United State, 2 cents for each ounce or fraction 
thereof. 



806 POSTAaB BATB8. 



Dbop LsTTms, 1 oent for eyery ounce or less. At offices 
where free delivery by carrier is established, 2 cents for eaoh 
ounce. 

Book MANusoRTpr, manuscript for mafrazines* periodicals, 
newspapers, and music manuscript are now subject to full let- 
ter rates or postage, except they be accompanied by proof- 
sheets; or corrected proof-sheets, when the rate will be 1 cent 
for each two ounces or fractional part thereof. 

Matter produced by the type-wnter is subject to postaffe at 
letter rates. 

Letters deposited at a poat-offloe for mailing with 'less than 
one full letter rate of postage— 2 cents, prepaid— will not be 
forwarded in the mails, but will be held for postage. 

Matter produced by the eleetrio pen and papyrqgraph pro- 
cesses, which is not in the nature or correspondence, may be 
received and transmitted in the mails at third-class rates, when 
properly presented for mailing. 

Nfatter whioh is in writing, or other matter containing a 
written inscription in the nature of personal correspondence;, 
or representing monetarv value, and matter whioh is sealed 
against inspection, is first-class matter. 

FORWABDING OF MAIL MATTER. 

Postmasters will forward at the request of the party ad 
dressed, and without additional charge for postage, letters 
which have one full rate (2 cents) paid thereon, ^abcbi<8 prs- 
PAID AT FIR81-0LA88 RATES, postal cards. Official matter, 

BUT ALL OTHBR MAIL MATTER WHEN FOXWABDBS 

will be charged with additional postage at the rate that would 
be charged thereon if originally mailed at the office so for 
warding the same. 

A registered letter may be forwarded in accordance with the 
written request of the person named in the address, the same 
as anv letters prepaid with one rate of postage, without addi- 
tional charge for postage. 

SBOOKD-OLASS MATTER. 

Mailable matter of the second class embraces newspapers 
and other periodical publications. 

THIRD CLASS MATTER. 

Mail matter of the third class embraces books, oircu 
lars, proof-sheets, corrected proof sheets, with manuscript copy 
accompanying the same, photographs, and all matter of the 
same general character; and the rate is 1 cent for each two 
ounces or fractional part thereof. 

The rate of postage on transient newspapers, periodicals, 
and magazines is 1 cent for each four ounces or fractional part 
thereof. Seed, cuttings, bulbs, plants, are 4 oz. for 1 cent. 

The term oiroular 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 correction of mere 
typographical errors in writing. 

Upon matter of th6 third class, or upon the wrapper inclosing 
SL?H?S*Kl*?K5tJ^^iM? *^® ?.»?« '^^ address of the sender, 
Sin «?fi««^« ♦^ ^^^^ "from;" simple marks may be made to 
call attention to any special word or sentence. 



POSTAGE RATES. 307 



Thec« may be writt^^n on the cover or blank leaves of any 
&(>ok Of printed matter of this olasa, a simple manuscript dedi- 
o&tion or inicdptlDD, that does not partake of the nature of 
pwraonal oo rrea pon d « n ce . a 11 packages of matter of the thjrd 
cinjis miiat b6 m} wrat^ptidi that their contents Ynay be readily 
examloG^ by postmasters. 

FDUBTH CLASS MATTER. 

Mailable kattbh oi^^hb fourth class embraces all matter 
not ttialuded la the Qrstf second, or third classes, which is not 
In !ta form or aature IfLible to injure the contents of the mail 
baitr or harm the perisr^n. Postage rates thereon 1 cent for 
each ounce or fractiooal part thereof. 

Upon any package of matter of the fourth class, the sender 
may writ© or print his name and address, preceded by the 
word ^'firomr*' aTid tbt^r© may be also written or printed the 
Dumber and namii? offirtioles inclosed; and the sender thereof 
m*y write, or print upoUj or attach to any such article, by tag 
or labeK a mark, nurnb^^r,, name or letter for purpose of descrip- 
tion- The itmltof weight of package is four pounds, and must 
be fio wrapped that itii contents can be examined by post- 
masters. 

But i f by Inad ^ertenc© any article of the third or fourth class 
Kbonld reach tbe office of delivery without being prepaid, 
double the uyual rates will be charged, to be collected on de- 
livery. 

Canned FOods In hermetically sealed tin cans, which do not 
oontain any liquid, are mailable as fourth class matter. 

CAUTION. 

AH parcielfi of merdiandise and all printed documents sealed 
or pasted BO as to pre vent examination at the post-offtce, will 
be cbarjjed li^tter postage. 

Letters addressed to Initials or fictitious names, are not de- 
liverable iinleaa the addrass contains a designated place of de- 
UvBryHi 

All domestio letters must be prepaid a full rate (3 cents), oth- 
erwise they are sent to the dead letter office. 

THE UKIVERSAL POSTAL UNION. 

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

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

For unpatfi let ters received, 10 cents per fifteen grammes 
(ball an ounce). 

For postal cards, 'Z cents each. 

For news papers I 1 ^jent for each two ounces or fraction 
thereof. 

For printed matter of all kinds, commercial papers, andsam 
pies of raerobaridise, I cent for each article or packet bearing a 
imrtlctil&r addresE, niiiJ for every weight of two ounces or frac- 
tloii thcti^of : with a minimum charge of 5 cents per packet of 
commercial pai>er^, iirui a minimum charge of 8 cents per packet 
of samples of mc^rchandise; that is to say, for commercial 
papers not ej£ceediu^ ten ounces in weight, the postage is 5 
oents, and if iboye ten ounces in weight, 1 cent for eaoh two 



808 



POSTAOB RATES. 



ounces or fraction thereof; 
ounces in weight, lOoents. 



for samples not exoeedinip eight . 



For the registration fee on all correspondence, 8 cents. 
For insofflciently paid letters or other articles reoei^ 
charge equal to donole the amount of the deficiency. 



The prepayment of the Union postage on ordinary letters is 
optionalt but the postage on all other articles, except postal 
cards, which are necessarily prepaid. 

POtTAea TO XBXIOO AND THX 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 addressed for delivery in the United 
Htates : sxobpt that the following articles are abbolutxlt 
sxoLUDiD from the- mails, without regard to the amount of 
postage prepaid} or the manner in which they are wrapped^vlz : 

All sealed packages other than letters in their usual aud or- 
dinary form: all packages, Including packages of second 
class matter, which weigh more than 4 lbs. 6 or.; liquids, pastes 
and fatty substances; publications which riolate any copy- 
right law of Mexico or Canada. 

PABOEL POST. 

Unsealed packages of mailable merchandise may be sent hj 
parcel post to Jamaica, Barbadoes, The Bahamas, British 
Honduras, Mexico, the nawaiian Kingdom (Sandwich Islands), 
The Leeward Islands, The Republic of Columbia, and Salva- 
dor, at the rate of 12 cents per pound, or fraction thereof, pre- 



avr, tt( 

paid. 



Africa. West coast of, except 
Liberia, and British, French, 
Spanish, and Portuguese Col- 
onies, British mail 

Ascension, British mail 

Cape c olony, c^outh Africa, Or. 
ange Free State. British mail* 

China, British mail,vlaBrindi8i. 

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



Natal, British mail. 

Saint Helena, British mail 

Transvaal 



Compulsory, 
Compulsory. 

Optional. 
Optional. 

Compulsory. 
Optional. 
Optional. 
Optional. 



Port of debark. 
Destination. 

Destination. 
Destination. 

Port of debark. 
Destination. 
Destination. 
Destination. 



^Includes Basutoland, Caffraria, and Griqualand. 

Monfljr orders aro I&sued to all money order ufficea In tho 
Unit^ i^tates, Otiniinloii of i anudii, Great Hritaiuand Irelandt 
the Berman Empire^ Deninarki >orway, t^weden, the ^eth^^r' 
laBda, Liixombiirj;, Italy, ^raDce, Alferiaf aad fc^wItKerland, 
Kew ■■^oijtij Wales, V lutorla, New Zealtind. tbo Island ol Ja- 
malcap liritiiih Tndia. l4eJ^um, Portugal, InoludlQe the Azore^B 
and Maderia I»lnnds. Taamaniai Cons fan tin oplei ^}awaliaa 



MONET ORDER OFFICES. 



809 



■PXCIAL DXLiySBT ST8TIM. 

Letters and all other artioles of mailable matter (including 
registered matter), mailed at any post-office to a local address, 
or to any other post-office in the coontry, bearing special deliv- 
erv stamps and the necessary postage, are entitled to inmiediate 
deiiyery one mile from p. o. The fee is ten cents in addition 
to regular postage, which must be prepaid with a special de- 
liyery stamp. 

BXOIBTBT DBPABTMBNT. 

Letters may be registered by paying postage in full, and a 
registration fee of 8 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 rc^stered 
to any post-office within the United states, Canada or Mexieo 
by paying postage at third and fourth class rates and a registra- 
tion fee of eight cents in stamps. 

BATES FOB MONBT OBDEBS. 

On orders not exceeding $2^0—3 cents. Oyer $2.60, not ex- 
ceeding $6—0 cents. Oyer $& not exceeding $10—8 
cents. Oyer $10 and not exceeding $-:&— lO cents. Oyer 
$20 and not exceeding $80—12 cents. Oyer $80 and not exceeding 
$40—16 cents. Oyer $40 and not exceeding $60— Id cents. Oyer $60 
and not exceeding $60—20 cents. Oyer fiSO and not exceeding 
$75—26 cents. Oyer $76 and not exceeding $100—80 cents. 

UrTBBKATIOirAI<. 

For sums not exceeding $10—10 cents. Oyer $10, not exceed- 
ing $20 -20 cents. Oyer $90, not exceeding S80-80 cents. Oyer 
$80. not exceeding $40— 40 cents. * Oyer $40, not exceeding f 50 
—60 cents. Oyer ^60, not exceeding $60— 6J cents. Oyer $60 
not exceeding i70 -70 cents. Oyer$7i>, not exceeding $80-80 
cents. Oyer $80. not exceeding $90— 90 cents. Oyer 190, not 
exceeding $100, except Britiih which are limited to $50 -1 dollar. 

Special d^yery letters or packages, 10c. 

A single money order may include any amount from one cent 
to one hundred dollars, inclusiye, but must not contain a frac- 
tional part of a cent. 

FREE DELIYERT OFFICES IN NJBW HAMPSHIRE. 
Concord, Dover, Keene, Manchester, Nashua, Portemoath, Laconia 



M0NB7-0BDER POST-OFFIOBS IN NBW-HAMPSHIBB. 



Acworth, 

Alstead, 

Alton, 

Alton Bay, 

Amherst, 

Amoakrag, 

AndoTer, 

Afhiand, 
Ashuelot, 
Bartlett, 
Bath, 



Dablio, 

BanbartoD, 

Durham, 

Eagle, 

Bast AndoTer, 

E. Barrington, 

Bast Concord, 

BastDerry, 

East HaTerhill, 

East Jaffrey, 



nanovtTt 
Harrisville, 
HayerhJII, 
Hill, 



New Hampton, 
New Ipswich, 
New London, 
Newfields, 



HiUibcroBridge^ Newmarket, 
HinsdaU, Newport, 



Hollis. 
Hooksett, 
Hopkinton, 
Hudson, 



Bast Rochester, Interrale, 
BasiTilton, Jaokson, 



Newton, 
Newton Junc*n, 
N. Charleetown, 
North Conway, 
North Hampton, 
No. Hayerhill. 



310 



ItONBT ORDER OFFIOBS. 



Belmont, 


Bast Wakefield, Jaflfrey. 




Bennington, 


B. Washington, 


Jyjrersim, 


North Sahun, 


B^Un 


East Weare, 


Kearsarge, 


No. Sandwich. 


Berlin MUli, 


Elkin. 


JTeene, 


North Sutton, 


Bethlehem, 


Enfield, 


Kingston, 


North Weare, 


Boscawen, 


Enfield Center, 


Laeonia, 


Northwood, 


Bradford, 


Epping, 


Lakeport 


Northwood Ctr 


BrUtoh 
Brooklin^ 


Etna, 


Lancaiter^ 


Northw'dNar's. 


Exeter, 


Lebanon, 


Northwood Rge, 


Oampton 7iUage,FarmlDgton, 
Oanun, Fitswilllam. 


Lisbon, 

Little Boar's H. 


N. Woodstock, 
, Orford, 


Canaan Street, 


Fitawilliam Dp't. Littleton, 


OrfordYille, 


Oandia, 


Francestown, 


Livermore, 


Ossipee, 


Oandia Yillaffe, 


Franconia, 


London, 


Pmacoc^, 


Canterbury, 


Franklin,^ 


Lyme, 


Peterborou^ 


C'nfrBarnstead Franklin FalU, 


Lyme Center, 


Piermont, 


Center Conway, 


Freedom, 


Madison, 


Pike Station, 


Center Harbor, 


Fremont. 


Mancherier, 
Maple wood. 


Pittsfield, 


Center Sandwich, Gilmanton, 


Plainfield, 


Charlestown, 


Gilmanton I. W 


.,MarUwrough, 


Plaistow. 


Chester, 


Gilsum, 


Marlow, 
Melvin Village, 




Chocorna, 


Goffstown, 


Portsmouth, 


ClarvmotUt 


Gonic, 


Meredith, 


Potter Place, 


Colebrook, 


Gorfiam, 


Meriden 


Raymond, 


Cbneord^ 


GossTiUe, 


Milan, 


Bedstone, 


Contoocook, 


Grafton, 


Milford, 


Bindge, 


Conway, 


Greenfield, 


Milton, 


Boehester 


Coos, 


Greenland, 


Milton Mills, 


Rockingham, 


Cornish Flat, 


Greenrille, 


Monroe, 


Rumney, 


Danbury, 


Groyeton, 


Moultonboro', 


Rye, 


Danrille, 


Guild, 


Mount Vernon, 


Rye Beach, 


Deerfleld Centei 


', Hampstead, . 


Natkua, 


Salem, 


Berry, 


Hampton, 


New Boston, 


Salem Depot, 


Berry Depot, 


Hampton Falls, 


Newcastle, 


Salmon Falls, 


Dover^ 


Hancock, 


New Durham, 


Sanbomville, 


Sandown, 


Stoddard, 


Wakefield, 


West Rumney, 


Seabrook, 


Strafford, 


Walpole, 


W. Stewartst'n, 


Shelbnrne, 


Sugar Hill, 


Warner, 


West Swansey, 


Short Falls, 


Snnapee, 


Warren, 


WestTille, 


Somersworth, 


Sunoook, 


Washington, 


Whitefleld, 


South Acworth, 


Sutton, 


Wentworth, 


Wilmot, 


So. Cornish, 


Tamworth, 


WestAndover, 


Wilmot Flat. 


So. Hampton, 


The Weirs, 


West Oampton, 


WUUm, 


South Keene, 


TUton. 


West Concord, 


Winchester. 


S. Lyndeborough,Troy, 


West Epping, 


Wolfeborough, 


So. Tamworth, 


Twin Mountain, 




WoodsYiUe. 


SpoflFord, 


Union, 


West Bindge, 





The offices in italic are International money order offices, and, in 
addition to money orders payable in the United States, they are 
authorized to issue those payable in Canada, Great Britain and Ireland, 
France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Algeria and Tnnis, Sweden. 
New Zealand, New South Wales, Victoria, Belgiuu), Portugal, Jamaica, 
Tasmania, Windward Islands, Japan, Cape Colony, Hawaii, Queens 
land. Leeward Islands, Norway, N^therli^ndp, Denmafk and Newfound 
land* 



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Agricultural Societies 288 

Aitronomical Matter, 2-87 

Banks, Sayings ft National,291-294 

Board of Agricaltnre,* 267 

Board of Healthy 267 

BaSINUB DiRBOTOBT „..40-235 

Cabinet, U. S., members names, 298 

Cattle Commissioners, 267 

Oommissioners 366-270 

Collector Internal Revenne 304 

Congressional Delegates 245 

Congressional DIslricts ,.241 

Congressional Vote 244 

Congress of the U. S 300-803 

County Clerks 257 

County Solicitors 267 

County Officers, 260-266 

Councilor Districts 242 

Councilor Vote 244 

Consuls, Minis'rs ft £nYoy8,298, 299 

Courts, Sessions of, 267-260 

Courts. U S. Circuit Judges,.. ..300 
Bdncational Institutions, 270-271 
BxecutiTe Depart., of n.S.. 236-298 
FestiTals and Fasts, movable,... 3 
Oov'm't of State, of U. S.,..236-298 

Governor's Staff 245 

Ck>Yemor Vote, 1806, .246-251 

Hotels and Keepers, 40-235 

House of Rep., State, 237-241 

Insurance Companies, 288-289 

Internal Revenue OflBcers ... 804 
Internal Bevenue Taxes,. .304, 806 

Judges, Probate, 258 

Judiciary, State, of U. 8.,..256-299 

Justices 40-235 

Knights Of Pythias 281 

Lawyers, 40>235 

Legislative Dept., U. 8...... 236-300 

Manufacturers, 40-285 

Masonic Calendar, • 278-280 



Military Department, S45 

Military Societies 284 

Min'st'rs toFor'gnCountr's,298,299 
Miscellaneous Societies . . 286-287 
Money Order Post-Offlce8,.4J09-310 
Newspapers and Publishen,289-291 

Normal Schools, State, 271 

Notaries 260-266 

Odd Fellowship, 280 

Patrons of Husbandry, 283 

Pensions 270 

Police Court Justices 40-236 

Political Societies 285 

Pop. 1890, Business D^ctory, 40-235 

Pop. by towns 246-261 

Postage Regurt's ft Bate6,.306-S08 

Probate Courts 268 

Presidential Vote, 1896 ..253-256 
Presidents, complete list of,.....303 

Railroads in the State, 304-307 

Railroad Com., .266 

Religous Societies 243-248 

Representatives,n.S. .237, 301-303 

Salaries of President, ftc., 300 

Senators, State, U. S., 236,300 

Senatorial Districts. 242 

Senatorial Tote 244 

Societies in the State, 272-288 

Solicitor 267 

State Institutions, 270, 271 

State Officers^ 236 

State Prison 270 

Supreme Court, Judges of, 256 

Surgeons to exam, pensioners, 270 

Temperance Societies 285 

Town Officers, 40-235 

U. S. Courts in N.H., 298 

U. S. Commissioners 266 

U.S. Govt 298 

Yaluation and Apportion- 
ment, „ 24e-252 

Valuation and Taxation 252 



Merchants, names of; 40-235 

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Aznive Engraving Co., insert face, p 64 

Attorneys, Smith <& Sloane, p 318 

Bicycle dealer and repairer,C. S.Gktte8,Bellow8 Falls,margins 

The Blanchard Chnrn, insert face, p - 64 

Brattleboro Retreat, insert face, p 64 

Bridges of iron and steel, Collins & Norton, Springfield. 

Mass, Agents Pittsburg Bridge Co p. 2 cover 

Book Binders, G. H.H. Silsby & Son, Concord cover 

Canvas Canoes. F. Brodbeck, Boston margins 

Churn, Blanchard. insert face, p 64 

Clo hes Pins, U. S. Clothes Pin Co., insert face, p 128 

Crackers, Geo, W, Smith & Son, White River Junction, 

Vt.. p 315 

Dmgglsts, wholesale, Bnllard & Shedd, Keene, p 166 

Electrotypers. A. Mngford, Hartford, Conn., insert face, p 64 

•* H. Cwhitcomb. Boston map 

Engraving, Aznive Engraving Co, insert face, p 64 

** A. Mngford, insert face, p 64 



Equinox Water and Ginger, Manchester, Yt margins 

Florist and Seedsman, O. F. Gibbs, St. Johnsbory, yt..map 
Ginger Ohampaffne, ^'Eqainoz/^ Manchester, Vt..m.Brgins 

Hotel, Qnincy House, Boston, insert face, p 128 

•• Hotel Stark, Manchester, p 317 

** City Hotel, Keene margins 

•* TheWheelock, Hanover, p .—118 

** American House, Oonoord, p 73 

Horse-Power Machinery, p, 159 

Insane Hospital, Brattleboro Retreat, insert face, p 64 

Irsuranoe, Cheney & Cheney. Manchester cover ^ 

" John G. Tobey, Jr., Portsmouth, p .316 

E. B. Hase, Endeld, p 3U 

" New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co man 

Legal Blanks, G. H. H. ^iilsby & Son, Concord cover 

•* Courier Publishing Co., Rochester, p 814 and 

cover 

Lumber, Geo. H. Lovojoy, Chester, Vt., p 128 

Lawyers. Smith & Sloane, p 318 

Maine State Register, Insert face, p 128 

Newspapers, Burlington Free Press; insert face, p 128 

^' Springfield Republican, p 811 

^ ranklin Falls Transcript, insert face, p— .128 

National Eagle, p. :.-..312 

Belknap County Republican, p 314 

Berlin Independent, p 318 

Bristol Enterprise, p 813 

Organs and Pianos, Estey Organ Ca.l cover 

Organ Tuners, H. Smith & Son, Manchester, p 317 

Pianos and Organs, Estey Organ Co cover 

Postage Stamps, p 817 

Pablishers, Silver, Burdett & Co map 

D. C. Heath & Co ^- cover 

*• B. H. Butler & Co. cover 

" Ginn & Co map 

*•- G. &C, Merriam map 

•• Thompson, Brown & Co. p 318 

H.W.^astman,. 3lT 

Printers, G. H. H. Silsby & Son, Concord cover 

•• L.M, Gould, p 314 

*• Truland Bros.p...i 314 

'* Courier Publishing Co., Rochester.. margins cover 

Paints, A merican Seal Paint margins back cover 

Proprietary Medicines, Myers Electric Spavin Cure, p...3l8 

" Guild^s Kidney Cure margins 

'* Dr. Frentz German Plasters margins 

*• Truax Rheumatic Cure miu-gliis 

Pencils, Eagle Pencil Co map 

Shingles, Geo. H. Lovejoy, p 1S» 

Surety Bonds, Calvin B. Perry, Keene, p 312 

Spring Water, "Equinox" margins 

Suspenders, ••Atwood." ..margins 

Stove Lining, Rutland Fire Clay Co map 

Stamps, Eagle Stamp Co., Manchester, p • 817 

Screens, Porter Manufac luring Co., Burlington, Vt 

Seeds, C. F. Gibbs, St. Johnsbury, Vt .^^.'map 

Teachers Agencies, Winshlp T Agency, Boston, "the 

oldest in New England.^' margins 

<KS* Machines, A. W. Gray's Sons, Middletown 
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