Source: Boston Commercial Gazette - Mass.
Dated: September 23, 1824
FARM FOR SALE.
THAT valuable FARM, situated in New Castle, Maine, on the
Damariscotta River, known by the name of "Bryant's Old Farm."
Said Farm consists of about 120 acres of Land, well adapted to
mowing and tillage. It is wholly fenced by a substantial stone
wall, and has a decent two story Dwelling House, Barn, And
Warehouse. It was formerly a place of much business, and from
its eligible situation may be made one of the most valuable places
in that part of the country. There are on the premises a
Wharf, Graving Beach, and Ship Yard, all on the navigable waters of
said river. The whole of which are now offered for sale, at a
very low rate. If said Farm be not disposed of at private sale
on or before the first Monday of November next, it will be sold at
Public Auction, on the premises, at two o'clock in the afternoon.
For terms, which will be liberal, inquire of J. & E. PHILLIPS,
Boston, or two ALBERT SMITH, Esq. Nobleboro, Maine.
Source: Portland Advertiser - Maine
Dated: April 3, 1827
A Convenient two Story Dwelling HOUSE in a central part of the
town, suitable for a small family - terms liberal - for further
particulars inquire of E. SEAVER, No. e, Merchant's Row,
Middle st. tf march 20.
Source: Boston Journal - Massachussetts
Dated: August 31, 1874
New England Special Dispatch to the Boston Journal New
Hampshire Nashua, N. H., Aug. 30
MAINE. State Muster.
AUGUST, Me., Aug. 29. The Capitol Guards of this city,
mustering fifty-four muskets, will leave for Bangor in the Pullman
train Monday night, arriving there at half past five o'clock in the
morning, The Biddeford company, accompanied by Bond's Bank of
Boston, will be on board the same train. Lieut. Col.
Charles Walker, Assistant Quartermaster General of the
Governor's staff, and Lieut. Col. John M. Brown, Division
Inspector, Major Seth C. Farrington, Assistant Adjutant
General, Major Albert W. Bradbury, side-de-camp of Major
General Chamberlain's staff, passed through this city this
afternoon on their way to Bangor to engage in perfecting the
arrangements for the approaching muster.
Source: Grand Forks Herald - North Dakota
Dated: Apr. 17, 1890
A Smart Maine Boy
Otis Oliver, of Nobleboro, 11 years old, is about
the smartest boy of his age in Maine. Last winter he cut and
hauled to market 2,400 hoop poles, using a pair of steer calves
which he bought with his own money and broke to the sled himself.
He has also chopped and hauled a big pile of wood, brought ice from
Pomaquid lake with an ox team when the mercury was at zero, and done
any amount of other work. He gets up at sunrise and works from
choice. - New York Sun.
Source: Springfield Republican - Springfield, Mass.
Dated: November 24, 1897
Sixty-four fourth class postmaster were
appointed at Washington yesterday, including the following:
Maine, East Fryburg, Harmon V. Berry; Nobleboro, George L.
Hall; Connecticut, No_nk, E. P. Sawyer; Oakville, F. S. R.
Source: Worcester Daily Spy - Massachusetts
Dated: May 3, 1894
OLIVER - In this city, to Lydia A., wife of Silas
Oliver, 80 yrs. 11 mos. 20 days. Funeral services from the
residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. R. Jones, 80 Lincoln
street, (this) Thursday, 3 p.m. Relatives and friends
are invited to attend. Burial at Nobleboro, Maine.
Source: Boston Journal - Massachusetts
Dated: October 7, 1903
MAINE HUNTER LOSES HIS LIFE IN WOODS
Gun Discharged and Cuts Off Back of Head
Damariscotta, Me. - Oct. 6 - Willis
Cramer of Nobleboro was instantly killed while hunting today.
His gun was accidentally discharged, the shot literally cutting off
the back of his head. He was 35 years of age and unmarried.