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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 11, 1870, Kennebec, Maine HBH PUBLISHED EVIBY .SUNDAYS .SPUE. YOT 1. -AXNUM. AUGUSTA, ME., TUESDAY MOHXIXO, JANUARY 11, 1870. NO. 9. i ca sd BT JBaihr Jttnitffrrr h litaed ..rtry morning-, UM i-'-jt am. by cad tktl M A N 81 O X SWTl STIKT, Tim 3 HOUSE, ADiBSTA, It." DOS W O R T H rut U> for i: in At ftrn placaiagr of the >diflee. But architects and Best Stock 11 t I io iMcno, dtvud I. S Snveato it, will uot drsign in with it. Unlitknis itill eichulf r--k'-- J ind GOLD! x j GOT.Dl U not "fc ytwr. S5 cu. He Wlii frc V'r clr Ifito Vfilii C. T. Ana and J. s. McGnu cetttn, be tfcn he can m a Large stock of HIPE CLOTHING, JliU CMCAUUt' runr F. B. B. iUirir, Jr., Jofea X. Bivra, B 0 TAN 1C .-C-O.U GH-B AL S AM 1 -IS THAN GOLD. Water Sired. HE XORTOM COOK STOVE T, K. W.Hjie, iX j Wisbinnon Coontv Mibe no more vein of quartz known as the "R-trnvlell ?P'l PublUhed Jennebw Jfcwrnal, iX J i deep. shaft bouse, took.! j .U hmd. the comply have three j RwmneTwSl large and valuable veins of ore, casing! I Tn jL.5 large ana vaiuaoje veins ot ore, i ta'- m combination, silver, lead, lecranu aacKirfefi.ini are wHl be installed as an arebJ- Ito t veek; js _ ptr W Sotl: AH DB, ia II W fcr T CURES T-JTE WOKST t- Df A SHORT TIME. Economy, of-the Orea, ,STOVE is i 11 COAT, o at 35 STtf ALUCSTA, KB. fHfc S B E T JLli FOR THE UNITED STATES AND CAXADAS. sEcciffljio OF AT.T. Congh no be Cured for DENTAL SURGEON, m V] prplrr MU W 1 in i w Itti f 'i, ..j S3UCITED J Or Litoana Gig, the now on tnd tiren far i D 1870. and __ Boot "nd Shoe Stoie Street. 108 BOSTON, of BELLTABD TABT.KS. trith C rior Strip K, ifiUy to. Allen, Small imm Of a jMarked Down our Prices! 8O AS TO. nrpfcCK STOCK.: 'HO Stock rabi_Aj a ftne Uae of Sulss Brashes, Co tubs, r Bor- ta t ASB fottowfng i'Goiis, i y, r-r GOid Vent Heck j cour GOODS, Overci mil wool) A, wjrper Jfajket r; _- toeJnding r aod BIXXTK, AHD BEITS'FURIISHIKB 600DS! Of ire offer jbr CS.K Mill Wcnkyudall -ac A-Ac A Al' Improved deelstor Machines, j-ttf. tire Boitt as re-dfiy as one. 6nT Ali CUST14, 31 SjahrO Co.. _ Importers mod Retaa in 6EIERU MERCHANDISE, and ifaral Co'-t-actors. -uJ Krm, P-i Joeu Cup iSr-Bu M mum O. Ba.lu.1, tft, Bafti- P' JobnT. M. Portland. _ W, Hon Z. W. oa Mwsrs, WAX f'-l5 9nr Tori far ITCi, STATBpni-05. Wartea. utrtra.. STATE ttETORS SCHOOL. or, Ft- u-eta. j, lloo, p. WingiJ'. Jlca. lyndno J F, Djte, Alfred. Hoc. M. C. FenuM Olono. 8. P. Onraj. OsaiiaK.1 Cjiui I. AT G BOiEDOF riinr. Tomer, Tice or Tar KOUS. midts f. Walker, Cuuutj, j v i.- Ipotf, is eae to three feet wide nnd i very rich. Ihe little exploring upon-these veins hivi been at- tended very At Baffey'a Sistake; abont two mfles 6eo.sC Peabodj. m Tlrtor The. London Tunes of the IStli ultimo. the foUowincrletters: sootlj of "tte------------_ akmg the-shore, tie- cuurfwuj BMJKYII 4W0. splendid copper deposit of extraordinary j MpasJFtTt: lettr. to-me nc-naess. horseflesh, bine anchjOeceflttlierS. me __ green carbonates of copper, yieldlnjr frtinil to this -I RmjiinrSnd per cent.-iucLiii.t- copper. of Aiuericii. ijfaS-turned toward booth Bay, near Hog I tom towai'd the dayT You a Lugt JtuoalU of iJU er itfiufiuiii uje on Gt-orge in one of-ziac blende. One of those lead Ulusion yon believe -me Veins is abont fire feet thicS, "ca.tjmjr atjto-be what I am wfmm France. 860 to the ton in silver. Another is No matter. Monsienr: a nbHe ap- 11.3 inches _tMcfc_aiid yields iSlperf peal like yonrsoan be little as I am etm..lead, and per ton in silver.' The I to zinc-Vein about two: feet thick ani vields per eent. zine.' In of Trescott, near the county road running from to within a mile of use joorsoan DO little as I a angfat tore.spond.and Vea! be-proudof ftitatciLLoen of the world and great brother of all men, George- Peabody. 'Peabody a ".oHwhoirotiid aD'suffL-itngs, who woald the cold, the hunger, and of the- poor. Having a place near Roths- child, he found ;tneans -to chsibge.it forone -.-_ Yincentde Penl. Lttre Jesus Oirist, he had a wound in the side; this wound J. i B. C K- Kooi JHcirt H. Tidot J, B. Webb. -m Tl-Aji'n, A. E. Firminrt w. H. S. T. ,jnof Isrwoond; if was CobbscockVBay; priviltigetl of large the company mine of specular" or red hematite iron ore. .Thismioe, taken In, all aspects, has no equal, as yet discovered in America. The yein extends across a large track of land this Tncy sliaft a mat uoweuarum tnis. woanu; three deep in order, to prove it, then drifted across the vein, and finding r On this earth there are men of We and the body of the ore twenty-seven feet j men of love; Peabodv was one of the avtuigfe It is on the face of these men that cent, metalic Iron, Tnrther expte-] we can see tHe smile oFGod. "What Taw rations- -From surface indications this j ear.> 1856v I address- -a prayer forthe 'irry to the Olus- to-day it ia a glo- Since w. beenacetMnp'ishedr; OCUJLUUC "Eamtdrfl -have has been puithased a valnable piece of real estate! that the other sei v ilwic miserr in the tovtu "of Eastport, for a sife Upon j also oneday be abolished overall the world to erect smelting works for the re--i acd while waiting for the second javgisss auction of their ores. ..._ i to com? and let -us j .4 Tie trustees haie contraetcd with cap- j venerate two apostles by-joining hi jmacMnery for the redtfetion their iron -John Brown, tfie frienrt of the ..mia bloom, at tie liaei slaves. per, week OD j fV, iip> in And Pnlv h Ic tf Every Tarietv, Ui, K. of Skua if _ -n IB I C. L C. I _ OHE CLOT! UNO OTORt: r S.W. Water i u tt Mi HiMi STOVES' MU irtBS 0t AliK-MrtED TO, i OIT A ft A y K ft: A. P. OOUT.n, i Jo-a P. Hfrm. jbte- of produciflg two-tons "of COLONEL BLKIOX, president oif -the j iron per day, ot at least ten tons per Committee, London. _jday.sfrom September. lit, JS63, andtsb'ei Sir: Tho. death "of so good a man'as others bv nest slimmer. that the conu i Georye Peabody proved himself to be is a br-gin to receive pn'alic t-alamify" in wliJeli tbe" jfore, in duty boiind to in answer J t" i our appval, .v American Efe was of sneh to to ir.- -.c S. general relucfani-e rt so nnjchjs in of _ js oBen ihrsfcattire inj linear and staffoaln liferGeorgre Pcalw. fte jubjert of ven-dlation Esbbnnia refeive. as the onlv ft token ildff a hasten of tindof OJT OUSHNOC HOUSP. Closing Sole -------OT------ Ladies' Fnis -id lobes. or PCtlTOS HEPAITMUM. r- heating iLe -tCwuti j paid io'fcings. men i were of a very indifferent son. Taeir fires., of noble birth, wolf as men of noble i were npoa brwrs tie of deeds, that mortal 5bouM New Year's V L _r O, baa i Xe, COOK is. hc. BE1LI, OXD r i TTIIB V, T, Candy I eft. tar. uxi 1 .lUJi as h 'i. 11 to SET tad Ttoa dk te GREAT -r "t. Uie the POit OflrOe, SALE: is of O JOM.1 C. CotLTt For the TofleU 1 1 r 1 H FLAHJT A. itr 'hign ;uuB-i.-i tTf-t-yjrtta.D. and hi wWcli ih? British SeM 1 this appesdagr. pb'bndjropwt. Yet I desccBtied to tie obderct. 5nx that ;.Tesr? of thsl staap no parti miar sortof wtred to arr cxiS of iiajrs :j had a fijt: tbr of arrU- w of cottsi'Tied to TVy w--oM not botuej wiJi chiia- in hot TstXi Tceyj, so ctrsH- wbr. to be worthr of tad if appecdAjts frcf-picp i.V-5 tbcir lasj on a-..-: to t.we rx buiiditr5- of tirir rack, os: oftiieir the r DORR, Of to- team br to V tiwfr 1 T.i X >r ___ _-_' te a ply of tta fcst ia to Si yeah fooTid" in
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