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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 4, 1870, Kennebec, Maine                                MOHV'.Vij ..SL'XDAVi iLLi BY SFKA'JL'L. OU'EX i JSAjilL TFHM? SiSTEN m OT '______ Bir- COPIES, FOCB VOL, I. AUGUSTA, Tl'ESDAY MORNING, JANU.UU .4, Scmufart Isutirai. GOLD! BI c c--: journal. U ilt-td msfT.Ing, eictpt Suftia.iS. ted Uw B O T 'A XIC O r G H B A L S IS MuKil V.Vl.l'Alil-K THAN IT THY IT IT Ct'HF-s T11K tbc rtjr. -izf-: r-'- to be ILSL! li ac-1 il Ltu? JX A slluliT- TLVIK. IN length J.T Jiramnl Publrshed-ewr; Wednesday morning, newt, poiaieal al apd >.Ji BUITT.KS, at A, C. and Successor to J. P Deering, j. 7 L'SI'JS ACuVSTA, Milt J'u 40 M "V'if _ 7 give her II, I did want to Carrie, coloring _ _ t V-u rvrprtifully inJura lilc Jwuple uf _ the abort- anJ U'ccurunily "do you think-'Jirs. WHnvjt bever, liiJ'finaa to tiic hU -VOQ consul't iiave t-rri'-tijHTiviK-t.' ia iv sold "l'es." hercplied, after a beai-' bare any. Tbe 3: azj- tiuri; in uiwo. _ ituknr, "1 thinly she u often happy in being! with'flwrtM of id; j W....J' i vrrv not hare in ___ _ _ OH t Ktnily looked up 'with a smile, saying; i not have it PCRE DRl'GS. VLS; RES1- "Verv "good-; I believe-vcra are bet V _ ECLECTIC little'Carrie, who stood K-iniag OD them, and all 0YK cha'ir, o.v'laJmpd, "ffippv in being whlen TBl'SSCS, SL-PPORTKBM, Ac., ic. j abje r wfij, you j afl is the tfw Surgical Instmrcents Furaiihed at Short Notice. thought hated to be Tn it is genuralJy' itu "and went ou with does Choiee and Toilel Fanejr hlt-AMK DBUGGIST, WHOLESALE AHD .RETAIL FOR THK U.MTKU STATES AND Cough no more when you can be Chored for i Otiaend of FUh. 'Jtrr. F. Aju Ijyiiiss. W. Bjafnr, W. and Cuu Pad" Boxes and Powders, Po- Fine French, Enjlisli and Pocket Books, Wallets. i-UBTJSO.MESt JUDICIAL COCBT. W. ITitaa, 0.. Bl., EltC- IwaJortii, Gariir 1 Pure, wftole aad Ground Spices. Starch; I Sec., .All Goods "j .KEl't jFLst daas Store, i __- >f. j' -she SJJJu -.u for per ireekfir eirh TB1" IT TBY IT! IE. B. TTHC uBtiGr -Prescriptiona And Solicited. remember Block; M JL I O> AU traDtient A ftuwpto Bttvo. oo Water drtlK [Kiir'jnazr HOD- NoaJt ji. Hume hMfUj-rM !ia> :L- W. E. Hoold. furtliad.." In tiuil he H-.ir. Jiolboa AlfF lv sail friffi anU i HQU- W. PurteT, jicr. Tobias Ix-rrJ, LateJ. P. DEEIUNU. be bad a fraprul-r Ahaer Winiam P, Winpite. Carrie, Hor I do always: maJies me cry Tie fleet coavojiap (be  ".Ge get-iim to'-tell tell_me, Mrs. it mot likes to be so sorfowful? 1 thought aue.eouldn't help-it." The young nmn closed bis book, and Cutting" arm about his sister, as she Stood byside bim, rertaned a quief smile to lier-tarnest, gaze." Toti don't think there -is muclilfiin'in being heV ''ivo, I aiuiure 1 -and I did not anybody didT; _ mnid, j-oa wfll find a great rnSny carious in -world of OUK, somewhat see'Mrs. hwt trtilij n" liad to suffer severely, but now sheTias got -way of it she, Why." pie enjoy-vrying I hmt they might have BCt, "Eat yoa ought never to be best-pleased with hcrsetf. when test please clf the1 e.and :ink ghe would lik'cme, o; hear her "Did you rhifi" feelljett.er.tB uabardeffher mind. Wasnt do yon kiiow ray dear? She basmTburSenectber mind again and again, and everybody understands her grievances -and "lex nitv anil help' lier us much as-inay _; -e is the use oftcllbjgJrtill overagxSn, denied Str If ic has just -boeii .ddiftg nere dft ttustedGod, s] lie_-Jjamart comforts of hei___ iway. Believe me nowi will you, I always beBejre She likes 'to so taeire is no (Hn- she-mjght lose some wf if she .did not cguat .Uiu-ni -over in way ;.shic forget she liiid a mind ifc'she did' not tafce-paffis to sSow- it, and D_______ Sae not] thinks herself 'any- inore cause she baf Teassured .that she has viius' i'SKci -she-jt.tnts. to crjied Carrie with.some spirit "I try comfort Jier ;igain, Emily." "She did not seem to cpmfort yoimg.sister. "When yon showed ant tbinm shel-has howkmd hec brother has taher sb, sweetly.- ibont Willing; to lor.e her and take care- ol her, 1 thougct it .wasn't- 'go-bad -after all, ami fally-- w-hen: slicwfe-Ke head so mournfnilyfei'SrQii arc Very: land, VF'-_ i..: L'-.- _. r '__' r._ _. console we; -44And wjy ghs ib'iln't wish to be consoled, she -'refused to be comfortedj. The lltHu gklmonmcd -herself on the arm of aer'brother'seasvcnair. and If oa.his >at loojang thonghtfully reremed to the 't I don't really .see bow' It does not- seenj like itrs. Wflaiot r any on6 conld rremember seeing i certain yonng not 'lougtr ago last Tuesdavcmvho enjoyed. them so much. that 1 _" _: __ ____ _ ____ j" __ ___ __ f ____ she was near .being luuate wrcsaer ot who happened to make her laugh, and so spoiled aer _. _ smiled an d potted at urst, "Explain to her a little, .lohn. "3Iy dpar Caroline, -commenced- the orother very gravely, "DO doubt yon. are already aa-art-- Hint 'life, libertv, happisess' among- herepHed. One mirtt as be a rack or a to be in- sensible to .grief tut I t we never to indulge and we have no to be "We eanT We always chcjkt when kdp being often OOK" sometimes-a of will, of pride, of ease, .but if andit iow yotf and its of C- i g Jar :d the IMe-r and tnfr trust a better giveupto it as to way. say ____ _ ,..__ ?f' Taire "any. Indeed I do; and rould yem _ --_ bear yonr wSl bearyyur in giving np a great pleasure, nr-ee dented Strlf-Mrs. Wflmotjloved trusted God, i" 1" v-uu U; happy ja givi'-g np all comforts of her what all "your WeV. If yoa sure there something -wiOt" pannn: _ ttte n-V7an tog, "Boat you when I hare duoe "7 tjr be so efice to repent and be forgjven 4 no to .be tmv i'ouldn't I be suio I yes; bntyou would that miconifritable, you know cornea after Tht seemed ibe sakeitwas forgiTen. isfuD bf love and -rl- -J tor .mint .j ..r-Dtf I- QO more, and felt a great deal never saw yoy. look more perfootly v ....------J5J when yoatiuren TOUT __ ----1. give tence ilu't the thipg to Btit motner yon. and. -you 7 ;for this time. Ton An Then nowJs i- If when. yon find fnt- new helping. Bd sec. what the trouble is occifitis not became, yera love Cfw tie Moore so much better anybody _} BK4B An will taX, which has pending in iLc con.tr of fi in {yet have observed peop'le often die they have not enough but ou may not tor years rivals in its n: ib-fevc to U are lag them; and eser- ich miirtt sw-ore health their soffer ofjihe sort possibly heard of j- of tae OP _ stances, as gataeivd tuui one of the tot the the ooarv-room> are years ago there lived in the to a vx mgtoTS an old bv IteTdr, who considerable amuuut of property, O- iXXattitf SECOSB menand'deril.s fw CT Edward Rownc, rf 13 i Eot and OF JOBBII8 AST) tion t'i" break thf-ir and in like no e one, woo, H U W Watches, .VXD Slt'VTETB I Ansl tar _ Comply t Spectacles goto geaeralhr kno wnki the A; r COOK STOVE! JHE i For Darabiiity, of Manaperrwst. BROOKS, STOTKS. CACE, t.rfr and OH WOOD! BIXK E. C. 3TCJBCBOSS, Af.i.T. Anrm. Itr. JTATIOITAT BOZV13S, tutiSFOR TUWINC! TI1E TAKES B Toaie V >-n f.-. t-- >--r Now. i; tJrcrthiit three of tbeui visitito 51 thf dear child him to wheu fact v  to liowiiit.ber hard j up close to Uw ttj of her soui. ariil vjien John tober' who, a.' well as bft tat JMurtiiy vwfcpn be bisbeqptrt Before tlw t her a! TOO, to bo wrrti fieri she and of wfll tfcf >w r ffOOK M ite iftf nrtn-TLnric '''l Der a' to bo and ba-veftgood-.iTm-F-Feeliujrdcv.of.-UiepmT .1 SE-" x--M or; poraioly. an oTnotion of. inctig- it to J. Barton ivnb af him acd at the >mOe which Howtver,   

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