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With this issue ends our connection with this paper, having sold to parties abroad. We take this opportunity to thank our friends for their patronage....Some busybodies never mind their own business for two reasons: first, because they have no business; and second, because they have no mind; have reported that we were sold out under execution. To those persons we beg leave to say that they are guilty of abject falsehood.... -- C. F. Stanley.
Having purchased the stock and appurtenances of the office known as the Waterville Telegraph,...I will assume no obligations of any other party or parties heretofore connected with the office....I have made the purchase in good faith, and will put forth my best energies to publish a good and interesting home paper.... -- Henry C. Willson.
It is the design of the publisher to have the entire printing of this paper done at home as soon as practicable.