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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1870, Kennebec, Maine PCBMSHBD MOBKLVG (SUNDAYS BY OWK.V KASH. SXYEJf DOT I SIXGLB CJBJfiS. VOT I. AUGUSTA, MR, FRIDAY "MORXIXG, JANUARY 14, 1870. NO. imehr A -X i to foil, Of Of ICVf-lri'----' tr pc; t te- T tariff Sp> Journal, A. At Ad> '_ for SJ t- per i '.its j I A. DENTAL SURGEON, rwvni, DIt. AIX fai fafTytip with ti -U. -va. i 1 -'I jnVtrUVS, all b 1 n u wfll be 1 THE MOST DIFFICULT CASES AXE SOLICITED i Or LAUBIUAO GAB, (fee V t and ttteA tbt'fe r tot UM M.JD. >rM.D. 0-j 8 A. X. to 0 F. ill l" lieciries' Goads, -vr fhailes All AFtllECAlY, Water Shoa, coruef Market Square, AT f i i it Xarkct I 1870. JANUAUY. 187O. FXiRA _ _ TO BUYERS.- We have tMs 3DOWN- OUR .PRICKS! SO AS TO REDUCE STOCK. LOOK On Following: rvieca t m Ove-ci ts fbr H fter for (warranted all wool) 7.30 OUR STOCK OF PUTS AMD heavy Black JBwer) IO.OO MAiOUEi- SUliS, AND FTTXHISHING GOODS! Ot erny 4' -Option we offer for the JJEXT DATS, AT EQUALLY CAT T. AND SEE US, we guarantee j .-j ONE PRICE CLOTRIKG STORF Vv -jnert worth at the HO-USEr- STATE SHEET, t AlllSiA, K. .-.rfcU! Hot aaa It aha a only. Cv v -.I witA tho 4QB "'iflj flB .f. The n .e B ._, wte.v emn be Bad u __ JT M A orator. O. P. Ckrk. GOLD! GOLD! COUGH BALSAM! K MORK VALUABLE XUASi GOfiD. -j.- TIME. at 35 Cents, 2 h HANK KIN-MAN, WVOLJB8AIE AVD_BJUAZL AGEFT FOR iHK STATES AND CAXADAS. rf Congii be -Cuiod for 3S C enta TBT.IT! lit! SUCCESSOR TO L. If. tf Viriety. 1 fa. H ALL KIIDS OF JOBB1I8 aUilf, JITt. ______.r. o w.- r L- j, Hew F. T T Uj OCll> V mew -t I On jr. .n Clerk, Ao, U CJtrt C U- rai i i-v B. B. it-, f V-'TilIOlT ITlfT. -M. Sk.-a, C 1 v i -v- a. jm j, jr. to OW. and C- CynnF ftt. .i C to. J- DM _ r-hmrfj. V H-1-LuI.l., W. ETATB FP W. J- vf W P _ BTATB llcOBM R-riOOI. J PA y K m P. HOB. T. Djkr, P-' or u 3L C. Oi 8. P. _. lek. j 5 I vfcr fet-ttMrCtaacr, X -wl Oxbn) Cutidr, Pern. LerlUT w. Irm Dee, Tart J. .ul> 8. Suiau, O-ij, Aim. r C'i-o-lXf'-'" L. W- C E. B.-Vfl Mnmln B 1 T fiadf B- wcoOjjifci. s U. j _ Korrr, G. JL BlCb, T. Tint, BctteL S. A. P KAJ H. 1 yp COW I 05 SIATX u HI Srti? OS OX r EO i S, In the Circait Cc t, wffl b. soli M Ac POoi- OrrlCE, 3IB. VK. DfPAKTKBJtT. tnthe J. School of wifl o- -i miy 17, un, ud uj liTtvra Cirenlw (aroin.ftipt) mar be had oo applying to the V C. r. BEACiXl'l. M. tbe C. 8, glOD, onHi-r tbe Act of 1837. an i- of npwmrds of ysxvs, contuiDM to Patents In tke Unl> Carvatg, and all for tents. on tcnus made into Amerir-n juj rOi. b.i to determuM- tbe and nfirty of of all of any So by the jiber, in tbrcwuM of hia large pijketiee, made on ftrtec .c appU- c.v.; oneof _iLc Cu .A i "I record Mr. Eddr one of i-npibte and wilh whom I hare offical IT-I-. Bourse. _ CHARLES "'i'. "I bare no m as a urthT, and more in a fculu la' Torable constdenuKm ct Uie P. Office College! ItJK College Tor ton fnlb.. A. All Should tbe new method of plating with GOLD A FJJ Anrbodr Ntp ctsva ot SS J. B. GOPDARD, and T. Bee. S, II IB. An- at daeat on Hesrr Ibr diTorts eoprity, Illinois. Tii bytbeOVagoTrT "The which to ape wr br the biU aw, the partir horw few ofCTGhcomeniences. She ered her first disappoinrmest. npon the CTC of the she chaaed for which be might 'stand npY botshe_ supposed that necessity was imposed-upon because of his widowed ta things and joined him ply, so 'M> ged knvna to Jrfm The d 3v to mind Wheashe UdrtOwup- of dirty rag- Hard be tm- household. Dt was followed, it is said, by great cruelty. The thus She says the of her he compelled her by force, and by- upon her fears, to do all the work in his fitnfly of six or seven grown- up persons engaged open the farm; to care of, clean 'vdroifk eight-cows; do the washing of the family; Bqtlwffbj- orci pain slip became sick. Sick or weD, he'refnsed to allow to have coffee, or sugar, and provided her only with meat that salted, comnion vegetables and coiii She became Uiore sick, and fieri her the aid of advicn or the support of To- intcnsify he refiutd to provide her with clothing- reudered appiuaching and incre wring cold of the her Ihtj user uf Lns otte and tbnt in the kitchen, and com- pelled her, flly clad and sick, to be op at early dawa to protun; foel to cook with. Witheifaese acts he belabored her Nilfc his tongue. husband is unclean to a degtte. It is said of him he is so SKlif about his that yer- jml j ct he fOittdher To bed, he refused, from sheer niggardly habit, to pro- cure clothing, ptuper food, having in all Tiis for her a shcc nag poor tecrfuipense for the new she gare him at date of rax nr 1 Prince Bonaparte published Ins version otjhfi xlinoting affair iftjrhii'li gaged on Monday in the Paris of The statement ia by Pan! He s the Fm.ce to h-.( 6U kJ h Fonyjelleand M. Victor to my residence -with aouenating air, Ith their Ti-inds in pockets, wnd a letter from M. Pascal GmutUe. I said, win flu to Bof lt_is Bochefortr and not his seef 'Ripad the replied I had my Hard on a pbld in my pocket. i'Are >ou respoff-jlbje Ibr 1 Al jffiw IrcceZred in the Cice front n udi JT Qiv Axtu htm. Fonrlelle" liuiK-ked a jch, the wm. CACF, Mopped fn tbe next he" luf CHCHAI SIAIJt a t v RAT >tt.V !._'! U 5. j to VH T. R BALURIX 5 s fLMEU, ju aentiiti -f v." Com. COODS, wrtCTAfiUS r a "ic r V.. i. ia, .JU J- y. AS .ujDeiS of tbe n My oft iicuduect to uiw. He M iuiutioo of treiVi: be Isbed ftuyty to do away f ol 1 c-JU x 1 M. Hrnri din temis Jo the .uiOrcnf Jfokr. He said Xoir was rae of and tbe ui-d-ei rt, who, rats i aad Fr ,4 rp
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