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C. P. WHITTEN,
This article has stood the test of trial for a long period, and is
now acknowledged to be a
Superior Healing Remedy.
GEORGE C. GOODWIN & CO.,
38 Hanover Street, Boston.
ROBERT WOOD, Veterinary Surgeon,
No. 12 High Street, cor. Bartlett, Treats all diseases of Horses, Cattle, and the lower animals; performs Surgical Operations; cures all curable cases of Spavin, Ringbone, Curb, Splents, and the like.
Orders promptly answered. Address by mail, or telegraph, as above directed. AF Refers to all well-known horsemen in New England.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Confectionery and Cake,
No. 37 FENTRAL STREET,
given to the MANUFACTURE of Ice Creams, Jellies, Wedding and other Cake.
PARTIES SUPPLIED WITH OYSTERS,
Soalloped, Stewed, or Raw, on the most reasonable terms. Or.
ders promptly attended to.
Strangers visiting the City can find Refreshments
at every hour of the day.
Traders and Mechanics INSURANCE COMPANY,
D. S. Richardson,
E. F. Sherman.
$223,000 Deposit Notes,
$175,000 In the Mutual Department a dividend of 50 per cent, is paid on three and five year policies, and of 40 per cent, on policies of one year.
CAMPAIGN OF 1868,
FOR USE IN THE
NEW ENGLAND STATES,
CONTAINING THE POPULATION AND LATEST ELECTION
RETURNS OF EVERY TOWN IN NEW ENGLAND,
AND OF EVERY STATE IN THE UNION,
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1868 by $. A. MCPIETRES in
the Clerk's office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
Preceding almost every important election in New England recently, the author has heard frequent inquiries for some paper or book which gave the returns by towns at the last previous election. In New England we feel proud of our town system, and the election returns are made by towns; in nearly every other State no political division below counties is regarded as of any great importance. The “ Tribune" and "Democratic" almanacs give tables of returns by counties in nearly every State, which answers the demand for reference outside of New England. About the time of the New Hampshire election, last March, the compiler first thought of publishing the work now presented, for use in the Presidential Campaign of 1868. Official figures have been obtained from the office of each Secretary of State, at considerable trouble and expense, and the tables of votes are believed to be in all cases reliable.
The census of each town for 1850 and 1860 are also given, and those taken under authority of the States of Massachusetts and Rhode Island in 1865. It is believed that this feature will greatly add to the value of the work, and cause it to be preserved for reference after the next election returns shall have given place to later
The arrangement of towns alphabetically has involved great labor, but it is believed will render the work more acceptable to those who often desire to refer to some town with whose geographical location they may not be altogether familiar. The names of 1494 cities, towns and voting-places are given, divided