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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 18, 1870, Kennebec, Maine MOB.VI.VG .SUNDAYS KCEPTED BY SPIUGCE, OTV'IV yA3H TIRMS SEV1LV DOM COPIES, FOCB VOT, I. AUGUSTA, ME., TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1870. NO. 15. I0ttrnal. os Water, Fwt of OiHut GOLD! toTEiiicir er IAUI, UTI. Jfoiuiuil. It Itued cvcrj nwrniag, except Sondajrs, the av., by tad tit t ta fn.'i reporu of of ecoinis. and imral UK! depart- tTpcruw fcstf pajiutat 1> ooc "Vic wiUiia the 4 to txs hid at ttte at ihU one inrh (a tfenc fa- or 1 1 OB; GOLD! A Ruined ifid BUTA.MC COUGH BALSAM! IS MORE VALUABLE GOLD. of the IT! IT IT WORST IT 5oi Uioelltd bj ra tke Bute. Jo XT r T of Lsac c.' tr aau lax--' t' ilr> Vcrfuro if tijtj ef of WJJ.P -XJT a. hvwrn 4 (Ai or TEXT BOOKS. 10, I8TO. b, termj to tbe PubUhet If UK folio fj Ut ibe t arttclM, agrtonltnral Journal, cU, Df A SHORT at 36 Cents, t. Ciafe. Plain, and HaT.n5 TuH Bcuoru of KM earrfailr Kit tared PoH-eJArti'-lM, Facu aad fX- New i Tales Poetry, Ajncattnral aad other hKANK veek; 85 liuertloa. per fur WHOLESAIE AKD EETAIL AGEKT FOR a HE rXlitD STATES AXD no more whenF-yuu The Weekly Kennebec Journal, of.t.ajpe. UteajMtbwir-. OOT 1 and Dickey or Fort avrot-of UK HOOK Ri ___ 1 1 Ftah. Da cot beajy exceeded or that of any other aad bybatttw mother or IT win, l T tftiBy Funared Stall -r and fau Bcpwrts of i the of the V- per flm vtck. per line for tat injertioo 10 per Ime for Uon. All i. to be ptKI tor IB a i c. i. a 79 S, O. Oyster. Fruit and SALOONl Off- Gardmer thonld ITyon want a good AoaU IrttoV W, T, Gardiner, Jaa. C CUGIINOC IT? 1870. JANUARY. EXTRA TO We have this Day RK W K-0 U SO AS 10 KtuUCE i to the. import oftbr on_to mat- I in E.clunond. "The Xabona] If of Birhmona, with a flmil-r of children' of Auburn, of Oannett of pwnnjarr to remore to GardiDer, m, y nnder necessity procnrujg ae' Steers toiler uf Hamphrcj- urBaagoKf cluldren may atUnil school, tf> a shortjimeJiejhrokT of V% elLs, the I >m CWtf Jtttt Jocu Cutacj J o CtarVaTT W-H.TH Fcrtl.nl j p. Bafltm cf chang- French of Fr-initiin and Mtoot of Keanebee of the tls reaiden'-.j to Fattningdale, he will be 187O. On the for Ove. coals fop Ovei coats (warrantea all wool) IVices s 7.00 s.oo STOCK OF PANTS AND VtSlS, 10.00 T.B.JALMRD, GueiU to and Boats CUB r AfUst, CtTp of ti. ,4. A I V CENTS' AJvD Ol erery dcjcriptioa we ofler for the l liliiTT DATS GOODS! MANSION HOUSE, STATE s ME. h at an pobtte to raH and at ME. tC M. W. I. OX ft, scccsssof TO L. jr. Bcvo.uofthe Marcet5 ai fiome and wen se- lected Tales. Poetry. Affncoltnral and other later- Family, 2roiQ Abroad and original Articles opon subjects of GenH I It has tttn enlarged ftviii i tnty.FJfht ThU ty-Slx Cain -n. .-in IT, j m and is printed on an New Suit of Tyjie, u one of the Hnndsomest and Host Readable, as wen u one of the PAPKKS nr PEIOB, published Tbe pnee of has not been increased on account o' I5SA5B M. U i a L. Pmbreie. Jeim T G ITI, SL D_ SL a. ladtrij, Tb-" "L raraos wamn W. R narf cf tin- atlrantajres of the eomnion ui V a I thetf to aad Ad-'ns of Biddeford, of the l (as they often they ,are Ot exPensc procuring the 'Iv CTit-tvi.JlL. iT Ike North IVrwitk, Moalton of Porter. Boothbay of 'n are nor in Use here. The tOt- 'icljtwl are not isolated cases, of Cumberland, and Mayo of tiie but are of every ijay almost enormous amount i Bofiis Priaee. STATE REFORM SCHOOL. Hoc- E. W, __ W E. Gooil, Hon. Jnuiiy W PJtu, Sonif. Lord. or i- to jura. Hon. S Jlan. Wlllfim p YFta-ate, tf-rar. Ban. Lyndoa Oak, Garianl. Ber Saanxl F. Oj-iw, J HOT Stttjoo, Samuel HOT. Win. P Wtofite, 8. erfio ly from who can ill afford the_ ijessrs. Taltwt of Wafhing expunsc nor is it the public alone suffer, fiajnilton of Orono, aad simner of st. of demand tliat woald be unnecessarr 5iWe L.inSTllad 3 of books throughout Il nu t and In- boa. Tuucs ur AUnftu- curk of "Jo -HoWen of T iim-nct "Cotton of Troy and On of Hancock. Met-1 calf of jUncoln, and Carleton of hnox. of the Senate; Meals of Calvin Coifcr, ti oa and Reports of the i of i the Lepsflature frouj day to day, Bcoort" or Im- neannfs before of Discussions ni the Boards of Education and Aricnllmt, will have tht T Sews br Tele- Uie as and will ant so AO W.4U- HlU JUMJ UCT1 and Jhe j 'ion It-' t ia BOARD OF -n beau Tfac ft Jrtwit. S IL a JermM Ornia. -j ti- Wttanrtt. v VroVn at Sews.- LerfU raoji Ojm.tk Oxford Cwutj, Poi! t Su i. hx-e oft ___ __ I the Me--rs
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