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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - January 29, 1872, Kennebec, Maine VOL. 111. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAYS BY SPRAQUE, OWJSN 5ASH. TRRMS; SIVJCN ANNUM. .AUGUSTA, ME., MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, NO. JUmtfbcc -JuMiahed on Water Street, Foot of Oourt, AUOUBA-A. "Alaf-fc. BT SmCiPK, OWE5 A SASH. MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. Is issued every morning, except Sundays. u is Ins die by telegraph and mall, i so of the Markets, and has carefully pro- i (johliral and local artu lea, and a generous t omit of forming, home ami miscellaneous read- t >th a full compilation of StaU. newt. i arms, 17 per m adcanct il jiaymeu i it ot nuuie wittun the y uar. Single copies ft LH> liad at bookstores and at this office. inch In length, three In- 16 ar lean. (l.UO. 25 cts. fur every subsequent L Longer advertlnementn, or those Inserted .toy considerable length ofdme, will be inserted mrh for flrst outs per neck for cavh BuUsuqucni week. business) In rc.idmg columns, cents j t.ucJorflMt Insertion. Ufrcn. Insertion. Ail transient to b- paid I'jr in Littlefleld Turner, DEALKBS is nERF ton have t ulve combining uothlnff awl h. almg with BO lent A remedy at band fgr the m.ny p.in> ochCT, wound, and to flesh to hetr. 1. more ra.lly applied ihna many other ten producing a bad eoVct, but read lag pain howfver "pvere It prepared by Xtn Ktnryrr, who hat tt In litt own extciwhre treatment of thu sick twenty years, with great surceu. Tbe prinetpal diseases for which this naive Is rro- CMlblaint, Khfumallm, Flirt, Oiif Hem, iilteum, Frter Iwrci. frloiu. FtmpUt, irfnptlut. Sort JS'irtirr'i Iti-h Ittafiun. Botlt, Kitty ww.-i, Curnj, Btlrt nf Inuett, Canrrrt, tar- acJU, Son Sifflft, u, KmUen Rch. Scald ft tad, TeftMag, Ckaimd i; Sraldt, Croup, CradiJ Lift, and ttortt on Chtldrrn It never falls to cure RbeamaHsr" uppllcj. Rub It on well with tbe hand thiW Umi a dnv In v, cases It has cored p-Mtd limbs. Fur Piln il has been to be a rare I'crsom that have been tar yean have been rtllovwl by a few For It wurk. allayhig the asd quieting tbe For C1 Mnutt tt a cnre Lst with XArum obtain this Salve, and apnlT It freely and they will find It Invaluable It faTbod to f and Cmetrt l with it. The bast fiairc ever Jot ttrratl and Son mppltt Ko war Injurious, but sure to afford relief. Sort tr Weat tyet _ mi the lids gently, onto or twice a day. t O- ".it. IT iil_J TJ5f THAT UK MANUFACTURES HIS OWN CLOTHING One profit is aat
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