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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 7, 1870, Kennebec, Maine                                EVE3V WG ,SU.NDATS WCSPIHK BY. SPRUIT. o.wix PEB AyyrM. TOT.. I. 'AUGUSATK, FE1DAY MORXING, JANUARY 7 1870. XO. 6. JmttaL GOLD! OB loot of CoiL ir snueri, owo Clnut Tit'fit f 111 tea u4 _ It ij t k KIM: of Mainly; ajri u' U i .i of of of J uid BOTANIC COUGH BALSAM! V. IS MOEZ VALUABLE T1UX GOLD. 1-1 THY IT! rr lo rlT-U t lit s lit T asi fyr d- At rill rf A tin c r -Iy TjttY iT w THE WORST ..rv..A SHORT TIME. with tie wvt; lit q; which are witk; a JWF etntniJ, SAI} the >j yoa ait scleaaly 4tivltd are wtrtir of t fe beet lie-tiit aad "IJJ0 4ark bfedub of the rUied lu of lax la rwr M, tbe eu tjot aifgirdly la gtT- ia reeeiricr wiaiere-r sidia tit Wiihapurwiitawiit'-' wao are Iswr 7 ia tl wilh a ftoerwisy wtiei E3t to ihraok 'V'l -re- C, t 16. W US- -t Ai Ijsaresaid Mm, Wt fkl 58 -cf fl-tfti- iJtf ow inch in Icnjth, Qt. Tiiea. of will fk rouble brrtoi to tie viTcniMT. V SottoM JWT emt. {a _-._J bariac t i chartered is what we night eaU evantry U   j t life Into all rigor it eombuie the iadfht and futviight of-the bat rf tb6 State for alt for toeiety u MtabllsbtJ and to whiih mix mnebtado. We dqwo here to deriw thiojm for the pablw good. Let ni be at the work do-it both well and quickly. For both are Pi.-upUtcdf and ajrrtrity will enable ns- to aroid a.proU- tion, craittinj Dotb'itJS, and at theVm Co ilitrlog wtll. there will opi HJC astl diffj.uiacs cf aoJ u are will Boldeo be asantiaity. 'WITC.B thtre will be lharp icdiTidoality. if it'ii genuine. Uno bot.a good, lie I reqnUite, indeed; on the part of them who nuke or adiinisfcrlaws U moral courage. We cannot oneh, that is good from under or to totet nor from ctatenuear wfto are AHifly eoncernea in eonlriring to keep- thrir place and power. One -thing we may be rore the beam of .the people. Thalio- fticct ma; be dced.ol Lut ootbedtfeaied. It pirfija _ lurtTrftm'actlTe ptiniti- pation aod infioenee in car One roiee ii osaaiimty. TTicro I BiKX lOUUEDCH ID OOr VDe TQiee U vw I 1 rilent wonUo nrik only boeeat eonTtetion the mere fart ittelf of pnbluhin, Jaror fear. .William Pitt" deposita would Intimidate feaendeo The of men M-nff-i__1 __-11 L: a Ulifl fntfll I Brashes, Combs, Soaps and Pcrfomeij; ciwo Apoiheearies' AMerteo tBd Swiss Watches, Aare Down our Pfipes SO ASJPO RjmucE F" LOOK! LOOK! rignKbas snfiered loss. The who will calmly j reaolre-and giirejailgtnent un- oored by the roiee of those who seeijur not m> .in awtli -fa It i to TXjtnt oot ts For UiiveresUil hare giren the miitcr moch YOB wfll bear toe witaess that.1 hare not abo.u a naent, incur the or abate the now- which tlie law in ia ttonwiether the baakj a to the. S" which might erea entitle thtai or yoo plean. These binki arer the >t_xiij poor f nf pltUn- eet which eoold h) no other way be so-well gnardtd aad made prcStable. If Stfe rwj of would not be kept BftH- tha acUJ of "TBvigs and the puaiiire to wealth tBeuu if aa object of Toarihoogbtfol care, there are incidental affd T'Cfajrf'TiMs Tie op of bu self -Oi imucb to oefewl what _'lfte.pnlei3_o? the. -----.-----r think I tSeToJcnt oPtheligislanire has betsrcarried-- it no itriTa Beoj thoronghlreonV" been prituQ and attend more to Uie influence of Katore inmatei ooafe in contact u mads aa poatible with that whSeVb and and lUjijAliat laying out of would 103 no o o icspti_aa wvs wv. From that zomentfprtngi.anJneentireJtoiBdortry, fraal fragality, tempii.D'fe, to all, ia taci, which nmttitate food citjieoihip, and the cad eaoditioa of men. Anything, therefore, which taxlr to dbeoorage in cp n TiDgj ihoald be j aroi Jed. If there any-way to... -JO large by requiring the of of (owns for POJJ. it of twntion, it would rnly be welt, Bnttrt prt-UjiBg taiga are lea likely omi are ea ey jjnes o "vepe ation In the ordinary way, to be aid tha depjluin Hill earitj o.ilo Jio- fa.j' bordea wnolct Krk on leuable to bi.aty aoi. brity of iuaarreaadioga. uLyvtx were found able to do full The indicates the wisdom of the oow JneentiTc to doty, and a premijim on good be work. rOOtvBnnfd r vu PUIUicraillp. 11 1 of tbe in. not play, a schoof ot'diaciplin --Seven with, "n agg. 413 men hare been accepted. The ftmtiott iateaded mg been overlooked, no ijnifonns hare ret Tieen issued with fee-eiceptioo ui iu vanvoaaioga. luan ..'.t. For whUh doe. fte osceptwo pear In.rie Hospital u lareely exempt companies, which are to the orders We can the other of tbe Tbe practi- expend money jndicknulr, of thM in --ji.-__ i because hare not pxnpnilivl thii In wayt ancTSrw ame ave not expene fo aoobtowhich hare! These eompantes were not to be or v have not expended --------f BACU MJ thii from tbe wUlfal and'kljtrCal t it and t! By the oottW-wt''' .to better erSn do.ihiain the attempt I a far 6. thu state right rather for the adran- j the who in the tremendoci boor of tpvcribility irben great inuee haog upon bij action, j hearing abore the tamnlt of and jap-" the of LU on Sstj and tUtu i air u poo the K u hard to find; tagnaat, oar an j bard indeed to lose. One by one men j around whom ottr rallied in the dart of if Tliey exterifl dTer-too lunch Therefore it JTer erilj u we. I 'them to rabvert Veit NecV COW Claries K. Pa, l Mai i _ SPECTIClff lip m Water Street, Square, S rereoau for Orercwtu for i that they. -Happy wilfVU -j be if the young now riring to tfreir afiall j learn from their beaUe wben.tbe day of tzial to do their daty ai rboldly, welL ihSTdswifof. torh. lire' after them.. Their-wcria arrgone odt auto the end :uf the World, 'iiietr llgtt shine'along the, heighti of history as the glory livee in the AJpij mnmt Zm _J. eor _. of. money, whieh is power. of war laakfialaatbe ein- qtlitfl -----ICM from vther NewEogt'-jl dttuer population, derclupwd arW aod their eratnlitatioo of foaan and ac- itioo of capital. She remin'ds me more of the u SUlti Ia her eoodirtto jir- I, under-eloped forcj't, and Like them she u trying to build inrita J T "fey fcr EV'tj or i-t AJJ CU8HNOC I, C. L C. L r, s, e. i- Great iar short of the allcnrrf ofering. If ft eaa do aayttiag'. 5 labor, skill. Went aad capital .tsiuceratire, tail fn.i6 the gbrcmiav Jt applied to extiafwah i this debt, already amounts to SS77.S30, so we kl ____ ._ ramty of not lj> eaa.cBly (ktJioast ef I COOK a tkw TIJ BlfTlDTt- n. .'soaacj- m T, li, j j _ i It it enimiUd all bt ooaj'-wt ta> cf this j will fall rt. H all It wijeJd be t to tul oar debu art paid. Tbe of oer tia year is lit tbe SttU of a pwtjoftof tie 1 war _ of TV If i< at xh  for w. tbt no tt r.iSA, M. IW -t paru of tcbe r-M is ia Li.it aaxyut u JFW tkt rwt. eral Ts prtii-W ftr Chit isv. frsk-af- feni vj Ve er tt Utw Eat it To Uw. S. LU (5.- W and woinjdfi'J meajsare 69 TLU rcs-tOi't DO r toe Gf are or The guide cf rocth aad tbe the :t ia Ray of jtt-rien frc.rn Iheir w.hrk be f-nrf to set. We far, we can do i. poor-the mort w7 a tf hr.harto; txr: u little. Tiu! aiiST riie we tbccMdb lacg d TILS. Ut uxi olbeT aAria- aed Ujrrr CT thii teshjew ia the w ocr cf Tae or-TiMrr __ t.v e-V-a-f VA IP-, _- oT iu f or J- tita "II tke will imliaT aaii iot-iij Aru. to cf all ft to art yrt r etitl r tir e4 of la- riftu ia tkt M pan rf. all TS> Board' L. tr. R _ A. T. ta la By Ltt.rt of w-Oto 1 ia et H SBOKaad ,j ftvr Jew I Gioi-w. K- JL. TjTtBT A CO, iXU lad ita u ta at! V-VJ M! of aot aw-1 J par a> pw. V tie i >ii-n- rf t Vr tit ----Irw spoo UM ia ntr e.y w.f, a tortiai, 4 TW to If are ad ia placid ia hTeh arc at bai ____la ew ..__ U jire   

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