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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 1, 1870, Kennebec, Maine                                J VOL. I. TERMS: FR BY 'SPBAGUE. AUGUSTA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY U 1870.-: 7 ._. A M.. X'l, -M 1 if M. W I f 1 _r i- nntbtc ca Feo; of puts   Jy into, liquid western fire; wjiile j brnsh y< Juxi, a sail "So you. fcupe really coiglwiigi.tbgv tod i U to br it book-; -IT- ?.r. -a iKi three ic- titomble trrms to UK; idt i'. ATnn '-Scnncbrr CUSHNuu HOUSt. StJ-ii. T. B, BALMRD, Pwjttr. to from Can "i r and "Free {HOMES AND CAJffilAfiB-iO LET. gyt, political irtlcltvs USet, poctrv, aApt', .Acv- .7. SXSXiSL i-kJfi per Incli nt week mlMeqorat j_ 0} prr Jasb fyr _. line for flrat for cscb All ts tu STA1 BjBF DENTAL BURGEON a ajifub, tiiA .ctlcjj to palrosu. aatl If jifofniu- hn itiol U1 "be 'lone rHe-MSST :OfftlCUlT CA-SE3 ARE  TUUI-T I-AIS. -t rr i-TI.U. 41. 4 Cpmbs, Soaps Eeifamcry; fs' (Joods, OrOrr a. _ la vi. this iou- II. '1 at 'IV. tbc tarrtrd vi flo tiy panaf lb -Water cortjet Market Sqtare, by 4JD SKtU Marl fftf (net, femt. s fiM W4 Ifcrv Sirtp. Wli kejj tf trrrj j fu> fcr or Store f i she met lire. Elton .-ry saw littl.- Jlr.; nrr rabW acst j Elton. safon the i to please the'chiklrta, they brigfithv l- ,Jlr. J nr Juliet titem .with "a vifftic. sense" of 'having pwsied ?JS? lyw tiif hutfl, a hat by its liroad while for the BUtumer. You: free, I aid about dud M onjyiiuce a I KHJTICAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Hot: flTwillgd 6? ftajf in ths I ixitbt-r thy think f'never saw Mr. (He in txftttr spiriM." tfctris because is sakl Mrs. Ettcm witi an "And Miss I oin 16 tbf; sanis. et us at five Hew, Plain, and Handaor -little MipfrcUiqusIr. is "so absurdly V infatnati'd about Jnliet i "I think is girt." said Mrs. quietly wondering within-herself -fTvliy it was that sisters were never, willing w_e and Helen, and meet us at five o'chWk. we muit startaliitle in advance nf your boatinjr said Juliet. suppose said mamma, won't it bo jolly r sishedjtrs.-jiitrm. reproving-' lr, "when will you a IPttlfi elegancit in your, language _ flow LngtitTy; the. golden afternoon iife to'iafte- l-ept tfe "fiarios fun JJcpoTts'of ranf'rtU rparen PoUiiesl ArtirlwVJfaei'siid sea- yes, 1 suppose sue ia and Voreiya j (Jblr I m-ViT did fancy that T.ili-3. A -f I of Coed does, it'-seems." Juar, 1 tell yon that Clarence inlatBated? I t-tc would-" be-wjlling own tl'Jt bad a world! 1 did talk to him time, obunt those coqijetish S Tbc KenBeber Keoutt of il-tage-. It jiat ju-t is mnr little graces ofhew; once -that 1 might well have talked to tbe'wiiid. Yoa see. I is dis- posed to be only daughters oHen are and then, she isjfneh an egregi- ous coward do you. mean P Sirs. amused. thit of j "She horseback, btcauje beingthrown; she wont; lest be. run away with: li wni. t. i she is ten ified dntot her senses at'the ap- parition of a I wish that-yoa ba3 heard-herscreamxtlie otheadav.-wben of the ALiiae to .raent; of tte fJbhijrs of Cwrresj; state of tbe _- irall Ttlrf. .tioit on4 for lb? >-spider dropped bonnet, with sneh a miserably balance? iCllrs. Dorse v smiled. only aJittle bit of girlish i slie-actuaHy J Gfoodfiess knows how life-with nieh a si Jaliut Chalouer. I take iuity of shewing my disapproval'of the en- j gageraent. but of niy thoughts and i jet-lings go-for New rttiuned Mr. Elton.' indifferentlv; .itjoae.oTttie. path. her." fhght Handsomest and Most Juliet Chaloner came np" thg broml Hy "outlined JH an one wf the Hf-.APEST PAfKKBiy FRICE, -v f bed. The price of inhst-i ffim oot been 1s., OB fexoubi ofruli. wurf. flow LnglitTy; the golden afternoon ryufe, hejuul c gor slipped away upon the smooth, velvet jet-toathf; at where sands_ of Blyden's Mrs. Elton the ristnir _ forgot to be spiteful, bnt reveled in the fdf eapphlfo "really, Juliet ChtdoDer.was: v'eiy >liir. j- T: Cried etstaticalry about on her tiptoes, "the water is tnspujgaUovermy shells T-. "Don't you seejhj6.tidB ift coming and take yoor shawls unless ran want to lose folly, is so high-Orel trmt nar-- neck of land where we crossed, the shall we Juliet laid 36wn the biinclj of aeswefd she .had and lookfij o JTtqwards wl A cheek aw whitened.. _..... -Chalkier, what is Ihe matter F igjat her one; cOTlSVeH cried "We are cat off from main. w Juliet, in' a low ctitniug half io point wili be snbmt-rgod. Ofi.wJjyJidwe _ v t- fn Itieliu.it, I Bat, Miss fill "if we is sorely 'uot J dearT the oeek'of mite awav, ari3 the'tide is jfisi ,ful rate; risk ren in choras, while  V of effort; sat off lips- arm encircled for iruiJed her to tMle Hoat tfiat lay .evntaining' 'bnt two swSfg-incT WLtu' Kit on and her five children were iVJn. eves Utitfe'stetQ aid ejaenlated "Hsrry, "-i _- boatr is not- in is umiC Jfcl.r- IC red of .mcthing etherwkaoil intangible to ilrs.- .She was slight aflH smHll, with I Uanxpamit white roses floating around ht-r, and" of pulid gold. While the in her fectly X id'ihe scarlet npe- uessjjf'B'er Hf6, sapplied Jhe deficiency of -i, j "ceptible. But the. eyes, perhaps, were tiie J l-Tge and bipe whh a sort of itfwaril tignt! But Jojiet the ropc- f-ilf-iftiiOjiirr'iroiigS thtt fitistcBbd tbr ._ Mrs. fHtnn looked feeWy aiuuad. IVT- into rock, aud in them that waMooT "Tbe boarisr she vV as Ihtls ._ late, one Mfuin houie." te'r bind, "artid three The ge T. wine; w Julfct had the gift of charm-] Ctntloner! leave j inp cfcjldren in a rare degree, andllrs. (perish? .-Xever.r T-.- "t 5-tea to me, said. hnr. .m .ti Tbrtwt fc l B -li-J 'of S-W cmspring "1 '-tea to nse, she said. hnr. piipirut i--itcd of they yoa f-id' 'I tbe hpek _ -T -7" _ i pped ftta liwlei Anct the Lt-nibfed on hef- 1 jsfto Pain! with np tfef and _ _V i-0 IF-H1- ifc "ii iv i- fc rf J- iwbcre ffrotr, foew that in nrcr UmAit i c' r i she repeated to herwlf in a low, kwiug I Wtop, I "He wp to my'irolhSlfirhei he' asksTuryoaf t jT tift v> nA? yj BUT Jdjio frjj LUtl ftV tw 't fO E'' T'Tr t m L f UEve" we dccp, we uld'ifiaTeTen jbgF -but' G hff as the remembered ihu sands andthe.seands of ;And then darenc'eSevHle tol soratohituj.mora than hpmnn uie Br, brings me on of press f t :ito Westroyef, IL Is theory. Put Iwrg i :f t both fire jw-tfcof rv1- ic j "T ,1 V A: -V T-.'l'- 1 iu f of hpnest teetotalers. I- ttmi .oft -A M J 14 triad; iw_ V v r__- f yfm -a. ijr, IB I 'V %il. J jj, ,1 I.I miib Wit to: t) of tli. A yr- -V pppn' with it fc a. i -V V' r v A UJU I x "4 t-nough io_mjiV N e w MJ U Coo d ft. kuie ,btotte ;_ J ?OTI. spoke to ......na, even dTjitfraifT iar ii Her T'tfe UHWI Oalt ami t G-eirman ME. WM, GAGE Vr j' V T- v JO   

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