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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - August 28, 1874, Kennebec, Maine 3ounu PUBLISHED BY TERMS SEVEN PER FIVE VOL. V. FRIDAY NO. 19H. A I i N I i iii 11 11; 111 m i u i; c i A i t I 1 ii feu M n. E- D. D. S argust loho ptr Uic r ii i a tier La H iced r Ac. A JMT lir n 1'nr L per lor n L w in er hue lui ill Steam Dye M L P M and MOUT WIFE FIRST-CLASS FRENCH D mid ol Change of Office u. 1 A 11 v o -i I I i V l M n One K. KK IT. J. W. M. i i i bumble waa true or lur files of Land and Water 11 in the country u L' Air and pretty v touch to his We began to in- at lhe T I First north Post Water RAWSON'S A. H. Corner Slate and Court JULY 4t ii Slothes Kud K. O. DENTIST on ol Kree CHO Counselor at Law and Solicitor of IUJ W. ill. THAYER New Furniture and Bedding I 10 to J. B. M. Corner Oak Male W. L. M. arid t is the Best M in Itic Ii I Aim Jt will do a k. ill It Will .lu the W k ri lhan i- i u. cV 8JJITII, Iron I'm m .i i M. K K. r 4; K irS Waier s I he i Ttf ol Canned Goods of Sauces Jellies and I nf L n k 1. 1 I in in i FuH AX D 1 ol v. ii in hix T TTTT T u r Li nh Line tK I. 11: I I liv M. AIU TO at PRIC and delivered in llu ROOM PAPERS expense by 1'rovisionsand having in i- wurk t h arc i i. v. J. i. speaker 01 D. B. n -I i. i i i I. I r V i. l U. K I. M n M. f r W. I C. I -I I O now a s. I r. t- I 1 M u of All A. Stone and A. KIMBALL'S Improved A I l: i hi .in 1 hr rrp 1C. in I ii In- IM- w nc Ir- i. r. 1 nil irn H hal me w to in. IM II i- i j u-i lite viMi may -I Mil I ill. nil k ir nir ail in have f Mr of irt n 7- Hie Tlic IT n. an i- I in Good Portable Range The Most Perfect Cooking Appa ratus to tho Portable m 4 j At GOULD K. in II 1. 1 I v w u. we an- 1 am 01 iui HIM re A. W. 100 MK 1.) Water f i I f I A i. i r n ton Tea Plow conn or you wiH uU all lot walk before oil except I am indoors to In moment the Jle ihe shortest way round to the n u as it u 01 a delightful evening for a. and how differently OOP the Humphreys and I walked after these and our light-hearted friend was hut that form of gayety sounded in ihe silence of the HP had tyes on fhe Ura and kept pretty close DDOn still und calm was the we not but overhear her were Milking ihe silence and woods had somewhat all they were in rather a sad way of the ol the fashion In sprang up only destroyed by and of the sympathy that so in healing these that rarely to be met i Maurice a gentle and vinee he was talking in an walked another bar ol I lie then began to 3 e I go baek and a lo he erv said I. you don't mean to leave those two by themselves said be that long-legged idiot would on to the cracl of doom till over tho edge of all him Does he want to the girl to the shores ot the Orman Ocean iv for n moment a liule con- lie immediately said to her 1 want to tell yon what you about and be- loru the poor girl knew where she he had walked her and deposited the nnd fuming Maurice with me. It a pleasant walk back to the one s companion being a young man chief desire was to dispatch to another said Mr. Humphreys to me that when he had lit his second eigar and mixed his parting that spindle-shanked giraffe has gone to 1 will tell you all that happened as we came back this By what a and engaging thai what a line thing it would be to take her about picture Choice Family Groceries Produce Wauled i W. P. Pure and I Cream j Bres 11 f I i A l l i i x tins Ii I V l T i coa Corner and ran J. 1IOI.< Quincy Mutual Wholesale and Retail HRE Dealer in if f- M. 1 1 rv PI I V T' l i i I i A A Stoee Standard ANo Heavy on Kennedy's Graham A Fancy 7 k 175 lire TeM I v I i J. G. ian A 1 1. M i -n i 01 n v i o w J to rnn hr 11 hr r r n fi rni T r i u alum to uf thr r A urn t tu of At Class Board At C. fr n. Hartford 11 1, K i ti 1 u s r i 11 p All vn Ml it p M i LEVERETT and oil when you were to take si run n lids little spot and have all She is a I to be yen were to tell me a no sooner had we to Lome I found Umt wisp ol had been troubles urid misfortune people with each Now my ilie Am of and savs I to let's what this girl is really un- You not one of von ted 111.-" u nut uur even if 1, Alias I le you She at I went OB to tell her it very of me to ask but she must ex- Merest which in common with y felt in and would she of the young gentleman f said the attentive k any about there's J my remarked the m a i know how to one sentimental Hf was her must have been i. i v i A N i i i 111 187 i. i V I ICE ding Fancy Marbleized Mantles Williamson Zero Refrigerators for r i i I 1 11, V in Al lo 111 fill nm I I Walor near Door and Window Screens TO H. C Cucumber Wood I that people 1 v ihe concern jou ought j that n She MJd that i cheerful and not know much u said I looked forward rs liim of family I w i; t sn 1 -i N 1 11 tell von honestly 1 had v not to in the h-T the elegant E-I was to 1'n.l and 1 ventured h. wiu not t UD VI re what be DOG COLLARS lk L wanting lo what of and DOG Would Hitler HI ii rot irm TAO NEWSPAPER
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