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   Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - July 30, 1880, Kennebec, Maine                                'UBLISHED EVEIVY MORMINQ BY SPRAGUE SON. TERMS: SEVEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS. VOL. xr. ilmncjcc Journa.. i M MSK, KcnnelDec Journal, i in? i t uinlii' fttutitalni I tr h 1 bptl Ili'l Iti 111, tflV !t fl 4 i h i m hllh I (it ft tit ll 1 i lit I II' (tn nf flkrtlllhkf, d i n j Jjujf Midi .1 J jll t i, int i i' ft am i, fn II i nth ir 1< In nt a, o k 111 mil ut tint old I I HIM MlJiht' ttrillH Hill 'i  fl. n .lint M .l.l. Gold and Silver Watchei, Ladles' and Gents' Golc Chains, Lockets, Neck Chains, Gold anc Plated Sets, Mings, Stilts, Sleeve Lace and Cuff Pirrs, (fold and Hi u I r 1 nf Time. ..MM. al V ni ii ut a ii'i. n Ini  t I r I w .tun In M 1111 I n n I !n ll IWn .l.irv IIHi'li Ml Illlll! till III ll. i. I lliil.li..! in I u Mill III til. Ifl I l t I II 11 I I It. I Mil. III I I W W lllll V t i i ill. Mi I, I- n n II FOR SALE! SEVrtfAUrlti. 1! II .it.Ill W. hi ,.ri  A MM-. STOCK OK TIN, CLASS AMD CROCKERY WARE. Til lllll M' 't ntM ur. to ii K i BlilDS mi VDH I'lll 11AN 1 N, t 1 unil ll.. in.ntii lor tin M I'M it-N .11 i. lOStlilr iiil Nil t -I, V'l fl In ninnt St >I t- niton St l S. i> Vl I ii ll ll 1 1 i II I'.uk UUN  M l'i i IHM 11 l V Mil Plini ibid g, l in -In it in 1 sill -.treeH M I'l n l- Mill J CO 701 In Hint Mm t NN II It Hi i i.vKB.City Bajk Also oilier In tlicir lino. Any one is and Designs ibr Bracketss, "Ktc., Will find them hutc. Thcr arc now running a Gardiner Accommodation Train. Al l.l I Til O A It I f t It. A r M r M Vui Hutu, iv K40 .1 HuUiivli II, li f I I 6 If f.iir lldvr, ur Hoft I AI Til Illl. r, Iv I- 00 1 00 4 I.1' lUlluwill.lt It Id 1 IX fiW ur., -'3 1 .a 10 FREIGHT TRAINS. l-ir r.ii-ton, rortlu.nl atul Id ,n A M i'I IIIIIIM ill ill tilth K II I l.'tlMI'-l l.N, Mlu r r lliint'.ir innl UHV, I T V Hl.nX jiitii.'lll llu. tri.in lln-t.in, U I'. 1' M _ tu. Iron. "AM1 BAY STATE HOUSE, land, Juiu .il. cs nnt) >cU its. Ml I'l I E. W.WHITEHOUSE, _____ Frcemans BankBuilding. CANTERBURY SHAKERS BLOOD-PUUIFYINO ftttsrrllanrous. SARSAPARILLA. 7SOTK-10. -Prescribed BOSTO3ST1 r _ 382 Hanover Street, Boston, Mass. i iinnli t, litli il unil n liirln.li.il. Mix! nun- Hit i t t In ill! N.irtli. rn innl Kiwlim iKjiiit" anil I n-l- stiiiinn. nith liur i n. Hi. Inni-i i> IV. A fftl 'I" lniiiliti- to all 1'inl" H" uli (l.iiu itlilHlllillll.it of tne EAST. tn vi >n ti. 1 1. flljl till. Milling. run u. "i'l- oil Ini Ml Nllllli Illl Idi I M s Illl Illl i 1' 1 'It I- 111 'i lli. I Illl lli II III.His. Ii I 111- I- t'linl U i i 1 si nil 'i I li U.. M ml iv mi lln s I 1 -li ill 'i li t l MI i I un i I n- l Nl II I ll ll HI W ill -I 1. I I ll Illl lllll I ll I l 1 i k It Illl 1 Ins III I- "110 ill lln i iini lip iiiil i lining It lli if 11' HI I. 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I ak lili li in i of It liiii IIIK pi. -i i il il ll liir.lgllli.il inn s M IMii.niiir. M II 1 i lln ili tinist.ini nun il liiiM- nut tin In it Business jFnrmturr. NOTWITHSTANDING Hi il ri in 1 sun .w Hue likfiilhi it.....icinll) bv MM H III M oppoMtc th jioat   lir' trakt ami itubbit -t .it rt IJOH, ibli [hi. 1.1 i I I l 1 1 in ill tis-inuif il to olh r tin II llL I f l I r. f "I" nt "IS 't tin I> r 1 ii k II ivinjr tHnposMl ot my tuk( jrrt at in r im r ttu puhMc inont f'ncunt upirmtoi slum to 1 1 i I'. Uti at 4 V M uiut. M K7 0 nul i U ulj it Muii-t 1 uml i HENRY MORRISON, i 1 -ii" i- 1 A s i> I mi i'l Win. McIJAVID, Jr., e i iiJ tin i s 1 ill Wu. N h m-ulvi i n 1- u I r I in I li i 1 "I INiitlnn i ill i in i_uini iiili irnilnii Upholstery Work a Specialty. Re- pairing at Short Notice. I liil- III -t H.t of Coffins, Caskets, Robes, 'nl I mini in Mtiuiu, ut r. .llu. il N' ur.'e t. r i I pi 11" i I" I IK u I. H ll I r nn i I our li w l mil Si.iiiri.I IMI 111 I' ml and tin tlilm li.t irnux lull I. IIM lloollilim ill o I' M !nr lir Foil ropliiii't mil hlt Mm-, innl ii.pl .1 I.I n l  i tin ulti ru i MI I t U-h J.ini nn in 'II V JT (.1 nu i. I! ml CJInrrfio... In o. Jo.l It.tuin. ,1 ,.t 1. ,.....ml, I' M I t lu, I I mil- II In.i-nl.r linn-. it I inn I I i .1 OHIM I .nut un I H Jthliiu i M.itul ml luurM? n turning. I. m l.nntli'i u _ tit 7 V Sf tin .1.1 in l'i ml, s tu n, I ip tnl Semi-Weehly Line Joi-A. Steamers Eleanora and Franconia, Wlll.untll I n I n m.l siilui rnml.liii I'orllulnl, o.n to MuMIAl nn4 rill at 't-'1 I anil I-1 nl n (i 01 luck, r M mil I'd r ft. f> 1HCKS i -s I-KI. W n JlHn'cMi fifi.l up it'i Iini ftrrnnunniiii to llulinioii.', IN In II itli, ft wnsforp ng, n. n i oiui ni. nt mil ii ermfortatilc r. ut. fur tr m li. Innn Niw n'll'i'r n i ml Muni InmiiL tin -muni'r m >n i Kiilinii nil to 1! i li i to lliu Ililmi fir I 'IT Vf> OrFTf V it mi v in. II inn on thil pi'iit 1' II il, will mil (.irilinir to KhmiN innl ft A JL JlJtlJllJ- amllroin lork I'lH-ap, f io OppoBiteAmerie.n Express Office. 1 .1 r AMI---, nl, I'u r 1' K.N i.iml.uu i lilt..) up with riot urn! cold wnt. r, TickcN ai..l u. I-U.H.M can be obuimil al fcx 1 Corner Water and Bndoe Streets. th. ..t- t fi. k, I- nntilvs. pi 10 Mlln i Jlit nnil ImgK iff. IlilHtliii. til. nwlii r i lli'lptlii ot ill -tlniitliil, in tin -i in. or it M i I not IH r.-.i u, .1 on liotril tin tin lust n ul. t. IMURI.UI llo-l ni I Do not full In nliik. n Irnililllils Ul mil In illnr' mil loin., tin ln-1 an 1 In M ot ill iiir.JI.lm-. .ulli.l saisnpnrillii nlinh 1 lIlJTumnts nli (.till Mlik.i Itool-. Hulls mil Hi ri io li th. allli rlmrv --01 n Ij ul r4 ,s 1M a i uinpiiiiMiii the pini-t, -ufi-t ttnl tim-l ilH.tu l.innh liu.lKini In 4ll. H.irlil tin tuibitl Miik.lh Sjir'niprtrill t lln fiinnmi t- hipnul 1 I lioln lli. It, un.l -til.) In ri n. l.tlli illig. II Inn. 1, sso I., liHlo.i siinnif.ir M ,1 in li HIM In I vu. Mi in IIIIIIM ll i- In' l in ilti i llu i nnil nit u. itotiK In i mi llu -i 111 nil 1 i 'il ii lu n iii. t ll Ullll'll 111 1 III 1 lll'Hll lll.l ll ll ll. 1 Illl Illl i miwli .1 M.l. xlk ill. I tint }M1 llnlll ll i II. i 11 l.l'llil In lit.' lin tilling In i limiii' ul >-ln M illvi il Hin'-s I'.tn lilli III 1 ti k I I Illl ll I'tlk lillllll UNEERMENIED c! Maine Steamship Co., I i ill A. B .n i ni n y j I in 1 t il.itu in llu k i htlli u lulu, nil ti In t ll I ll.lll I kll III 111 It Illl'l! ll ill t-l llu niiiiiiliii" lhiiinlit.il nul i mli il rnl li in_i .1 Hin ulii u ii i> nli ii il llu lil u slu ii is Ililtll lllll i. siti.ll! I lli nil lh( IM 1 ilkv li s il 111 tin nislu u lints il -nli 111. t mill mis >mU unl IliAi i I'.ls lllll llnlllllin lUtu trokin I'liitf and rutti nnalnd 'tl. xtra. tnl U 1'AlN.by the UK Nilroin anil tin r tli Ilildl with t.ol'1, Artlfici.il utta l'i re in, itc Ron isll.i I I l .nil I Ifl il I m llu uorl.l it tin'Hun. Ilinn Mill llltt.l-, Hi. Illtlirsl onii.rn In in lllnlls mils ,1 imfirnii unit Malt un I linn- It n null 1 Itu nrh. itlir lilo.nl Milnl.lt. tin l.niii li iiili n-111. .jnl, ti tin in s pulid i In i, tin nimii, anil illi in u Iili ii.rx tlni.l (if tit. tiniK It is >o, li. r n i it Mi ik, if tin rnot nf nil il.hiliM -I nf. It llllKI I H I.I-Mill J l> Mil lit SIM Si JO C. TITCOJIIf, DENTIST. Office Hours 8 to 12 A. M., 2 to 6 P. M. ut ion p i I I nf m.l V w stmlt 1 id ,t sul. s uml Low. it Iri lb> tor. tin n-i dltTVIVS FIXTl'KKS, TV.KKHS' Sl'PlM.IKS t nn Iml itMrr Ion prli-. V  0 k m 1 rl i hi lor. Iini nitf Ceo. COMEALLI? _ K f Boots anc Sooes, (II Till I'tll'l I "'H1' N" TO NEW YORK M. I I Ml it li, M i t. r E. J. Roberts, D. D. S. Office: First Door to Post Pfflce. HUNT'S BLOCK, Water St., Augusta. RobrrtucoraniencoiJthi' mudy anil pnfctlce of IX'Otlstr) In I. bnill ut AugunU In 1870 By all useful meant and be't material my study IB to secure poiislblo results E. J. ROBERTS. Steam Heating (and iVentilating! STATK AC KXCY 1 _iV I jtWT JL Ititli I nro. 1'ninn-. W nil Howl- lll..t( il anil Itr i-s I of v. ry on st mill .111 li tor _______ '1 or l-wltil. r, nrrjnt. U to n. w. VI'KI KOU THK SE cl.an.irt nt low. M in an> of tm _ 1 ONLY 42 MILES OP RAIL. STEAM FEATHER BED RENOVATING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Ir-n., It mil iiirlirt Imir oliansul lij OHIICrHbllUn DUHIlHIIICbU J" V" nmvrannii oniiwt if Fov I'olnf nhnrf I'roit It i; nb-Wnti H mi-nf( to us, b, un! liitlirl) nnd lit, r r or A itli unh! hnv. bun cent IhoroiiphH rt itOtl am at 1lit STEAMER MASSA 3HUSETTS, and ihe wet! n add popular j AU'nrijrorjrftMoh enrcaby tlie natural ABSOKPTIOX. i I 1 triwint tl. HIilnDm Illadilrr. frlnnrr II.LIIllB IIIM! t.i lima- s, I) inrorunletutln >iUi in inn. ti dread, d aff. rtluiii, ami MEW AND ELEGANT i STEAMER RHODE ISLAND, SM THE LATEST STYLES LADIES' FINE BOOTS, VMi i II I 1 I IM- Gcnllcmeirs Fine Coarse Wear. CHfLDREN'S PHILADELPHIA BOOTS AM, S.OI.D FOR CA.SH, OR OS mm C. HUNT, WM. G. FIFIELD Opp.'Post Office, Augusta, Me. (Sutcewn to DOW STORKS.) NEW DEPARTURE; A ULI. UNt Ol1 Choice Provisions, St. in w at fi U line afl.mhnp li.fMftil "a M I throafch Aarra- HrtnriiliiKl, :ur l'i, r "i KUtr, ut rriniiir in l.o-ton i 7 V M 1'" An> kiodit of d nods in the pir-pR, or made MIJ p< KuN, 11 it hi rs, 
                            

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