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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 8, 1870, Kennebec, Maine                                .XINC .Bv VOT, I. AUGUSTA, ME., SATURDAY MORNIXG. JANUARY 8, 1870, NO. 7. Jjountal 'iiwi en lecrrf Coat EL ACGusiA, BI snusn, ewis li rttuid t.erj etwpt MAX SIO> r, ABSWTtt, ME, -a nstraa Ci t.ma can tiuti-. _- C- 1 Tith dM BXSK a Lira? fiat f O- P. Conij.il, Cterk. Ost LefiiUrcre fl t Ot of tstpOrtUt W U J U 1 Uu Sid the AfrirolrBn! ind depart- GOT.D! If the yw. 4 IV "fu'M ooe ttcb ta la- t erleii. S tttbttuoett T> rp Loafer advertu. -D J. jT of fl. at ......___ IT! tier Journal Published Wedrresdajr morning, j tte lariat ta the w'-hiing T GOT.D! V 1C GOUGH BALSAM! THY IT! THY IT! .IT tL'KF-S THK WORST j iti; It of nit. u a t csarkii nat-'t c-f tit fe-r tieir lit mic w-ve a It-U irst lie evasril to dj with tie iif lira :s tun lie c La fxrt-u l-.vfi-i LT tit ti eia bet nci will ?f I1 UM Btmrr an policy tf Gjtsri_zjri5. la ticlr tit ft! diiciarri tlTC wfcieh. are witiia JVCT ecttrej, aad tit which yro srt yoBrbetl WhUe Lbt duk'bsnlre if tie rvllvl lu i sv t_C 1U r f ft t i 4- _ glocn crtr tit pt- ntt sisruiUt in rtv- tlvieg ia the lag DOT ,b' aidia tit great WivUpauuuia.hici BO to esu -_, and a devotio. that sbraik frcsa "T cf eapjuJUu aad lie cf TfceywJl also look opoo thtx- tf liTeapoa i BO sacriSee, they pocrnl latir eiiUnst tmire sod their most tin y.istd for tie jroutntia cf liberty a gt'vt.eoeat vf law. latest oo this frea Wfort, U is we, _ filly nrersf my method to reach tin Thfr girre tu the ecadiSJca cf tbe deaf, duab aad who are now sect to laslitaU'jQf cf the cf detail have mods of rarias for those U spprvvrd as tie best provision Society fgnais; tin first ia Uie nriu of santary Uirtory ef by taa Ltgls- Utore cf fcbieh j tf tkis froca Xtctfai TO ia A u Srrt psblieuiuq OKT the tamultatos track icj see where rain can Dels cut by the. wild overflow stopped up; the corrmts of restored. We muit look .to for PK'-b.'r wa this cooil, li ia ccarse of to (T9 J of this tltru of Sir Fi iyt of tlm _ fc. Ef i SHORT Xrur. liter, uairt, reelpM, what mart be dooe, energies to be set free. new powers pal in motion. No spiritless of timid toT grapple wHfi the vexed qiitrtions t which may cUlm oar attention, sboold be allcored to Aeitle tipon in from tie modest that cnr acts are of little eoiucqstoee. On theeoa- tpry, never was sonnd judgment and toil rand the before and i aftcr.'nvare by the exigency of tit times i afid" nf TV of Cur. _ aow cooTeB'.Mitul Fym eotaeJiag fa arer each, j rinctre e5orts ?f ttii.'who tbe that cf tic icrtitatioo ia ehar-t-, I rraiia of io j at tic and u to earned u a million and a I tien In car mcfoorfj, if not in unr tTttcai of firing ipitsil of all onr i for the Cells and tv-m walls! JO per fcsch for j Zfott _ B _, ta rcari ing eotojatits, 50 to line for each i govcni. and lery to pay tlie govefnsrs. It is i wrong. U tmut-also eccoorajre point infoje jjnta all nft AJl tnnt be Ibrin EHT DENTAL SURGEON, DKJ IJM jnHy nn in all-the best always will be of to Ws patrons, and being tnoromft. ly D-titittry brancJjes.aa i bedoiie "at IK J CASES, Z-BncfcettTM.D- JC. D Oxide best and aalesl; ISTO. JANUARY; -It tbcrald cf the .Slate fnr all the high ends for society is establwSeo! "and to which, man Tbatgives'es We sifdowii I nere to devise things for the public good. .Let ns be- at lha_work early, and do It both well and j quickly. IIA.S bceia but .-s jasctOcd. For the..Urt Ujree jrtirs I jars dreary eonfiaei far aindi broken tbe j giren matser much thought. You ,i i i. wjU btax roc wUaeas tliat I hare not cfc- to incnr the expenses tbe-pow- property ibsre as equally the j of a sue uuwjed corridors would I- TramtiTo it lu and it at first sigfat, that i >prj i Titfo to itTty y t ...'i'li c-____ bsaks sbovld. no fc> the role than venlafe to point not (tren Tuiniary wrcc at call in rrinfcs. iiul it MU.rLiu oat we may ;d millisns largtr "-an the whole of j weight cf real or It may be josti- f poblhr debt. SeoVon the prooer Itii'difvj tax should be medirine It is'oi6v4.by laid on savings banks. It is sound principle that medicine for s. skk is that whicb. .prodam the i i .1 lion thst tbe spiiit-aad intent of deponts {tbs entirely froa the objecl and ul it u 6i tnrtstd do. inoold r of Infintrr ol Uje 1 sioo, omitting nothing and .at tbe time coa- j That there of opie- ion and differences cf judgment may bs expected, T and u lueu a.o Ibuugklfal ibcre j will seldom be anacimity. Where it i there will be fharp iodiridaility. IndVpeod if it is genaine, is no evfl, bat a good.. The i or administer laws u moral cnnrage. We cannot expect cancb that.is good frpm. laws enacted r or to meet some crisis, nor from statesmen' wnoare chiefly "concerned contriving to keep their power. One thing we may. be (ore- virtaeia the hearts of the pouple- 'Thttin- stinrt may be deceived but will not be defeated. It buBisty, aad will'pardon that One indeed, we iave teat from aetire portici- patioo "and loSoeoee oar affairs. Qse voice if lileot that war Wont to (peak only bocert eoarietioa thoot litor and witbjoat Pht Iha Tact ef men tiattlarebe will calmly j light b rtjoUe aid gire judgment witb on- the Hlti toe man who aiau for far adran- tbe who in the tremendocs hoar of re- Lspunsibility wban. gicat Usnu bang apoo bis action, birariag above the tamnlt of UoptiogToes and I pltntlng d r-iif TBKtS if His Slock m nne line of American anfl Swiss Watches, j fits uie is m Iwll. OA4 tee (Jyf aroQcd whom our hearts rallied in the the KepobMB sure from our. view. We fed that tn lest thpy. Happy will it be if the young men now risiog to their p'tTes shall sif iaus1 Ajnheearies' Goods, htt -Solid Gold. Vest Seek Overcoats lor Overcoats lor .Overcoats Tor: Overcoats lor follo.wing Triced: cf trial and after them. ple.aad bt ib.'e wbui the day auiuuutiag lu to epcciA> or if depositaries of the poor; and made profitable. If not kept here many of them woold not.be kept at all. saving of earnings andjthe_ positive addition to of yonr thungbtfn] are lurid en til ana even more ralaablo adneatages. Tbe moment he moaey in the a Ing op of his and whole moral-force, from moment springs so to industry, frugality, tempenree, enterprise; to all, in fact, tbe character and condition of men. Anything, therefore, which tends to dopants in savings ;hoold be serbpaTomly avoided. If were any way to tttc.li the large depositors by requiring the of banks to re tarns, to tha assessors of towns for parpose of it would certainly be -But'Srst UfM sums are-lea likely to ation laths' way, it is depositor! mighj ttill easily evade tile .law, and the burden would fall back  ot Casltif .tbey -ipjjfiriiiioBs in companies j it wonlil t tii thcjrj, antToaJjt ,___ wJib- upon rigorous the grouads i Uiy employment and. ta many of the in uj and i_j U-it U W ke. ffrii froTi the willfal am} whiea would at the -rt. I-think laying-ont-ofi. j plan wonU-aSurd salnv soldiership. It wi) and nor play, a school of-CiscirJine for wnli--- 413-mcn have" beta 'accepted.- The appro- the such. Institution be J mitigated if-not dispelled by the beatrty and sola- brity. of'tf.varroaodiogs. may made attractire, and tbe- gloom irhieb For wme rr-'soti which does not dearly an. ar tbe Hcspiml is largely exempt ftom pear tbe Hcspiml is largely exempt that responsibility to the Ejfcatiro Council which a3ects other Instibitions of the State. The eal eSeetsof thU apptir fa ways, and hare priation intended to accompany the Act___ overlooked, no rrnrfcuujg __ liteu exception of orercoats two' Conjp-'t'jies, wlucli arc We can the jUflicUrasiy, noder orders to appear on duty. better to bccanse-we have not expended any fbolUMy. not contributed to reliera tbe doubu which cotnjMnies were aot to be swoelio.es arisen in to the- "snagcmtnt of! Tliat. capeeisjljr lo the I would therefore reeoaunaud 1st. '-.Tljey extend too ranch to be best other IniUtHtionj a jimiUr to fm {.meTrosteeiof {he Maine General Hospital win" ask-yoor aid. It is understood that generous priv- follow an Tbii petiUbir. is smi raently pfpper, and ihuuU most rant; of .Colonv-I tronld be tuo low mc- tual-eommand of- oar wKole fuice. 3. .Tlu3 elcetirc, the. penonil harrnfaf to good discipjinc. -4. It was the mth ol 1 their dnty as weU. ofvracli iuuulrra t-. Their words are gone cat unto the end of light shall, ibice along the j beigbti of history as the glory lives.ijn the. Alpine poor wwuiao LelpoU in her-_heroie rtrngyiM tibtar her iMnijaal bortta.. Therefore it seetas to me better even to suler surK erili as do, in the. aiteniEl to ebrrect thea, ta snbverV a far grater good. gold oT cmieucy, pur maurial is our cnr fnr wsnt which Is jjunef. What the of in her cirenmsUnces from the-oUfcr Mew -England States, -witB their dtnser popa'tQoa, developed arts jud indostries, their centralisation of forces camolatido of capiul. She mni but watt I u> we upon i right ways; that the tmi the bttn brongbtooi..' ia nent elects. We are seokin j, nptso mneh to the syetem, as to life into it? so thatthe best S- i Ihc WW i.of os, and a trffing nare n body-bf welt" the best mcthodi and the experience -A _ _ f State. Our -prcsiBt one and. sufficient for all need not be touched. i, and I peaks when tbe ran U no more. M-w-fajt Square, (CJiDER HAIi.5 On Selected StOCk 1 iDlftES, Black Bcarert time, and I ap- poiaied- Hon. Lot 31. ilorrfll. It now devolves on _Lyoo to elect the en-ling Uareh. IS71; lQt_trflinjifpriil a'ccamul-i'cd.iB tfie" .----------a littla with a high tsria- as JOOJB of her more ealtiratcd 1 'ing01" novelty in an art aa_ old. TT.- __j spirit uC-ourjtsbtiiticnSjJhe of the timM _ _.__ Stafetension Law lias beett tered with njBch.care. Trip-wh ternfd'to s-v.antfur tbe -f ___ i CnfoTtamUeBTits "cansat Use The ir AT rwt a rltef -fwr F tnt Shir, ud xCiiKii' S if ix5, _ j tsils and appear ia the nbcnitted to y Iste Siw Bs____ tad U. ipplied as4 6EHTS'FURNISHIH6 GOODS 1 TaplilA "1 i .fJCYV Of offerfor the TO JT. LELAXP. I THIRTY Al The eleoieoU and aad the energy ani enterprise of men in order to be i uojeeta, aad methods which of applications far ISS3 isT72. Ijetn-alkjVed- at TajJuuJ rates. The B0 longer seeks: whole amonnt espesided is Tcbrnaiy; _i report tn. the. _It the---- aceonntepd'with the year. '-It irerti- irli rot ttindl T.-Khea s off fome of i that they j pensions TOOraud sllhjjr tfee wi. uiHar; HI oar i i. bare eharaeter at all. Tlwr naid fhr ftill hrin ourexpeoaiu. Go old'eiril tbe anap-i inrtallmrnl; ra r. leaving if debt Dceember 31, 1869, was This soint. is M. so v i tlwi fey .ucntorioru .f4y p. y fc, by the sinking find arising from I to sbare, akt..; al 1 w- presnced, are tUuxrf sail! .00 if frJTTl It wflf 000 fslii 6sT ftreBgtJt, uir -iWtinaitg funU, .illi 1, MS aVa_jtL.j 'the ralnaticB-cf Of-tiii debt Irb the '-i-Aip 'T.the Art- -Tl-V1StTI S.-.yl_, Tr i -i ...j far snort of. the" mat-tranm FlciiKts L IB6EB, jwi win jrt yosr money't at tie O ST B_ P -R-'l C naH to Kry ttw r- riap WallrU At thit The win tie bo iwbwl wtttia The approprtatjoti 1 _ 1 toe tiirBuUw, Bat JoetoTer the'sJtcstioB. Jiti -Aory rauea -to rtoder aid part year, by direct and 'Treaded fi Ot J H Dor whole poblic debt Jsjjfusjj iocladl of IB" j aad CUSHHOC AU taut u hli AUGUSTA, MC. L C. I. C. jT C. r, s, p. This fccsjth, cor the joa, or hut- Fnit ad K m rf A i j Great Closing Sale Ladlts' Firs PVS btate Btoefc, ae. E njicr n T -w'i L.VDTK1' f is T> S T t V-'j-! Cr-st> 1- _" aftS B ta ,_ ".....SBsEAT SAT-V.! tsfl tV sm AMTJ jr 1% PJi.itJQ ROI4E8 110 LfT. CT? _ fV to resorted to, Borbare   s :v' xftisvt r-r i- ?i u to tit t jirf ef KJ U J if y-c tiit fn4 Hi te UM ssarVrt. U u a lit tt enker i Ax y t Col- V r- Ll Vw. F I sV CLCtlu. DCST. tAAE. IC j !a ffirfrtr CO, 5 or J par. tiaei) r of i v: w-ktsA Of feTf nf r-5 i.vi t i by w _ .a It a liaKHrf t of it Usartba asrf af ti< L ft. tkw a :t a is UM -a ev.drt (ilzk r ef V SSI Adi ncs'ts- sSsJlswt of W4l I aa4 ft w w tit iV. -_ riirr f ftc it -jr Of If vt a." is to tt b_. h MiUM? ti  -y, tw V   

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