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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - August 28, 1874, Kennebec, Maine                                euntber 3ounu PUBLISHED EWHY MORJTUfO -SUNDAYS BY SPRAGUE, NASHL TERMS SEVEN DOT.T AR.S PER SLNGTF COPIF.S, FIVE CEJYTg. VOL. V. AM.ISTA. MK.. FRIDAY MUKS'ING. M'dl'S'l NO. 19H. jtlciuuiKc Journal, A I i N I i iii tiuiiit 11 ii'li 11; 111 m i u i; c i A i t -Ik I 1 i., .4 ii feu M n. iwnncbrc Jcunul. E- J- Roberts, D. D. S argust loho ptr ;n Uic .oira, r ii i a tier La H iced r t-.cifc. Ac. TrauLionl A JMT lir n 1'nr L per wcok lor c.t> n L w f-vt SodOfn, in er hue lui ill Steam Dye House, I' M Liiiilr Barlw-r. Proprietor. llumplon L Hill. P M [ffirp llLll. and MOUT I'ORi WIFE FIRST-CLASS FRENCH DYER. D   Ttf fllCt'. ol -I.e. "ectionery, Canned Goods of allkinds, Ketchup, Sauces Jellies and Pioklos. I t..oT. F-.'.'. nf L 'I :h.-r u: n k 1. 1 K.', I llo, Lin.14 in in i n.' FuH Sl'HIXG AX D Sl'MMKR 1 ssorlmcr.t ol IiuporttMl Npriiij; v. ii in hix T TTOTTTD TTTT T i.UtIU8 HILL, I'M! u .liti r j.i .i.. Li 'in iLKr. nh II.VK'.K. Tl... iiui. Line Cutter. Blotk, .St. Arcjl sT.V. tK II. I. I, 11: I an, I Uuht- liv Ak'i-nt M. PPLETOIM'S AMTPIO AIU WITIIOIT "EOAKD TO COMT. jNold at PRIC RS, and delivered in llu Hi, lVe  BrlckfU M.D .1. II. Krol-, I'.i-- f r ,r ..I. W. Illn.Ip. I r..r. C. TVnnry I -I N-l-ll I PAI.MKK ,t O ,-irr now a s. I >VT PHIOKSJ. n..' r.lj., r. I! t- nil-----, I 1 M li'f.i'-. p.; u Jtordrrx of All Kiinfs! A. Stone and Earihern Ware. A. KIMBALL'S Improved Photographs! A I l: 'i i 'jil.i.ili hi .in ,Iti.iri- II' .11 inl....ni-'. -onoi-ii-nrr' !l nii'lrr 1 hr rrp Ill-Tr ill.lh -I.-M'I lull. 1C. [lial .ill- i..Ul in kh'.wl. 'L-. Tli.. I I, ii In- IM- re, TBhrtrmr w hi'n 'l.i nc :il Ir- I'liMdif. i. r. vi-n "I'l 1 :illl nil ik, .r irn H hal Hi.- -ml. w-i.rn. I.I.T L.I me unj .ililc w tirii tin, J.I.'IUH. to KHH.. jlr.mi-. iini ai'. in. IM l.i.iu nli. inn- li-.-l. II i- r..u V..H- i ,.n ll.ni j u-i lite viMi viu. AlUmnul) may i> I" -I l.-.lnr Mil I ill. nil i.ur i, k ir nir ln'iui- ail ,.i in ,n i, have f :n- Mr of irt n 7- {i-Knnnvjf Hie n-ilitv Tlic it..- IT n. an i- iilw.n- I in -l .n nil, Good News" Portable Range The Most Perfect Cooking Appa ratus otl'ored to tho public. -AI.-O Maiicc Portable Runse. KIITV l.o.'k m 4 ,y j At GOULD CKOSS, WII.I.I AM- III.IX K. I." in II' :i- II .1 1. 1 ,-i[ I v 'I w u. ili.il we an- tir.'iitv. 1 am tt." "M nu'ii 01 Tn.v Hiar.lmi: b.-i.iri' iui I..IK..I Hi, i, Illl HIM I..'. re ['ht'tnyrH j.h lakrn. A. W. Kimball's, 100 MK 1.) Water Strpct, Angusla, f i I f I ffk: PJIMTS A i. MOHIM. mrimf i JtPIVHU Oil, Tin- r n ton Uerosoilf Ko  tarnetl anSinet ns- an.I tli, iv wa, for n moment a liule con- In-inn lie immediately said to her "Oh Mi.vs Newton. 1 want to tell yon what you iniisi about and then, be- loru the poor girl knew where she was, he had walked her ofl', and deposited the tvrathtul nnd fuming Maurice with me. It "us a pleasant walk back to the inn- one s companion being a young man whuM' chief desire was to dispatch gome. world'" ;l to another "Now, said Mr. Humphreys to me that night, when he had lit his second eigar and mixed his parting glass, "now tLat that spindle-shanked giraffe has gone to bed. 1 will tell you all that happened as we came back this evening. By Jove. what a -weet and engaging creatnre thai -ir. what a line thing it would be to take her about picture eihibi- Choice Family Groceries ronnlry Produce Wauled i W. P. PERCIVAI. 'Flour. Tea. Coffee, Pure Spices, and I Cream Tartar, Soda. Raisins, Cur- j Citron, Prunes, Bres 11 f I i A l l i i x tins Chocolate, '_ Ii I V l T Carcked. Cocoa, Co- i coa Shells, Corner Banjfor and I.ork .tie.. Chandeliers, Brackets, .u ii. u; ran J. 1IOI.  .11. n.' n. k., Hartford Square. 11 1, is: I'.I K i t; ti 1 u s r i i.' 11 i.. p All l.ni.i. !-i. vn Ml it p M iH1 i LEVERETT LORD, ihiiner parties, drurus. and oil that; :ind ihen, when you were tired, to take si run n lids ,iuiet little spot and have :i IHIIC all yourselves. She is a n'.iii' inller iliiin I ;uu. to be sure" "I yen were ffoing to tell me a -ii.rv. "Ah. u-.-. no sooner had we -tuned to walk. Lome Uiiin I found Umt ihilk-l.iced wisp ol 'straw had been troubles urid misfortune and'the sympathT "l people with each other. Now aiji't my ilie Am of it; and savs I to my-seirr let's what this girl is really un- .-iliout You know, not one of von "ullld ted 111.-" u nut uur even if s.nid 1, Alias I le :ir you ralher unhappy." She at [In-. jfThen I went OB to tell her it very TrajxTUnant of me to ask [.rivafo but she must ex- Merest which I, in common with y else, felt in her; and would she of the young gentleman f said the attentive listener, "if k any buoyjiney about it, there's l''arul J my >lear fellow." remarked the -'I'--" .'I'liileinan m gray. wjtn a -i' i L'nn ,u, MI, i.-u-e know how to one ,-ry sentimental firls. :l! Hf was her cousin. dmw-ned must have been i. i v i A N i i i 111 >i 187 i. 'ill i V I I..' TTTJE3I1NXO. f, rtRF.ENWOtirrs ICE CREAIYI, Confectionery. Wed- ding A, Fancy n.i Marbleized Mantles -----Kill! sAI.E AT------ Williamson ----ALSO---- Zero Refrigerators for _f" r i wives, P., L.J...1 i I 1 11, .-mokf.l V in Al I'... lo 111 ml; Ndllc fill ITf- T.. nm I ,.m. Kci. I .n.! T..1.I.' Walor near RallroiMl Bridge, M.I- Door and Window Screens TO H. C LOVE'S. Cucumber Wood Pumcs I that people some- 1 v ihe concern jou ought j .n Hi- ri-l-itions ajid that kbere n .lii-l e.iuMiu. She MJd that i :i cheerful and not know much ..i.n_ u i.in said I rnther looked forward v" rs liim of family h.at I recall.' Shenmid '...i: w i; t sn 1 add-d. -poor ryonnir -i N 1 11 tell von honestly 1 had v 'll1' :i111'' not to in the "i h-T ini-cry the elegant E-I Mtli'in.'in u-hd was lappoted to i1. 1'n.l and 1 ventured :x; h. >lu' wiu not oflonded t uliiel, UD VI i-au> re Idaniod for. "But what be DOG COLLARS lk L wanting lo what ah. nnr r''u ivhullt of (M-nUjmnt- and DOG CHAIN'S. Would Cake. Hitler HI .NEWSPAPER! ii rot irm TAO NEWSPAPER   

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