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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - December 22, 1882, Kennebec, Maine PUBLISHED, EYERY1 MORNING (SUNDAYS BY 8PRAGUE 4 SO4 TERMS: SEVEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM. SINGLE COPIES. THREE CENTS. VOL.. XIII. AUGUSTA, MAINE, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22. i882. NO. 302. Cje I Pablliked at A Water ol court, by HraAOtFB ek BOB. n 4. _ i U 9.1 During the Late War Bail? Urnnrtrt Journal. BEST Duly Zennebec Journal. Iwed every ftefatMtaowiby telegraph aatf Bull, c.1 Markets, aa4 haa carefully prepared political and local articles, aus] a generena aatocnt ot laming, IOOM and readlaa; wttk fall eompila- lion oi blale S7 ftr OWMMS in ffnmet, U payment 1. g.t within MM year. Wngle copies L. had at DM pcrtodtasl atoraa of J V. fleree, Au. tista, C L Uallowell. W.C. Palmer, I.ariUnor, J .I'awrrUle, and at this Kates a ay be. had OR appttealtoa at lata eBee. %y av a, n S AtorA. of Wallets, Ladies' Pocket Books, Card Cases, Toilet and Fancy Goods for the HOLIDAYS, at Daily. The price of tlM Dally KtnnbcM Journal for the tt..sioB of DM U Weekly Kennebec Journal, Published Wednesday saomlnf.taoae of the largest quarto papwraio tbe 9tatet aontainlue; arllc aitrleultural and scleatittc mattir, tales, poetry, in household matter, markets, tut kO. I vrui., l-i in Advertising IfOR THB JKeunebec Journal, IJAILY AJfD HTEKKL.Y. The following Advertising an avthurtfed to receive suUsoriptlous and aavarttjsjBwnta lor toe KiCflJUtHIM JoiaNAL, -UdfUN H M PBTTKSaiU.fcCO MSUte. Street 8 K Ho 200 WashMlK tunHt I t VAIK, Tremont Temple K Washington NttW IIIKK lit CO. Z7Phrk Place IFO I' KOWKI L k Co 10 Mprui f Street JvMKnll BATKH, 41 Park Bow I B1LADKI.I-UIA N M ATEk IH.H, Times Bld'g, Chestnut and 8th streets irw BAVKlf.f'ONN M P III HBARn. iiKIro M Plain English! Do not purchaBe any Holiday Presents until have examined the splendid line juHt opened at JAMES E. DEVISfc'S New Drng- Store, Tit- comb's Old Stand N'o old goodx brushed up, but all New arid Fresh, direct from NVw York and Boston marketH nr Ticp CITY be fbud the tiga of the- i 'BIO SIX" Water St. W. H. FURBISH I hajjnrt retained from York with a tall Mnsk a 'Dress Goods, i Cloakingg. I and Christmas Goods in every form end variety. j Having the of oae of the ftnent In the Mate, we are now prepared to do all of draw and cloak making In the etylt- aud XX> jf ujA33X0XX. declteodli in The Government made Arms Springfield, Mau.-Whit Dr. David Clark, Inspector U. S. Armory There Tonr reporter fbut.d Injprctor Clark at office on the Armory grounds examining "recelv- rn" for the refutation army However, he willing to a irord for (he of tieaiih and as to prove the merits of iteptementi of death He "M> bnrinew kr tatt If only one doUjtr a bottle The lucky man is lie who puts this advice in practice Don't forget the name and address, Dr David Kennedy, Rondout, N. T. The Doctor would have It understood that while hi Utncagid in the Introduction of hid med Iclne, f ANOKITK RLUEU1, he ellll contliiHeii the practice of his profi but confines him elt ex clusivelv to eijfrt prartice Iff all diseases and performs all the minor and capital operations of surgery WATER ST., I Have Just Received a Fresh Invoice of the ol the late flrm of WILI i WARD a> COOAS, have purchased the stock of Gonld, Barker A Cross, and will continue business In all branches same as at old ston We are now reot- ivlng tbe I ttention That have met with such a flattering sale during the last fortnight and have elicited the universal commendation of terns of mv customers. These are PHENOMENAL BARGAINS, and fully equa. to anything sold heretofore at 75 cents. I shall continue to offer them, both Ladies and Gentlemen's, special Attention win be paid to (R goods cprctftl at IjUeB to neearc moii perfect for burning the tbprcby i lurirr uniount of IW1 to ill curt dyvpepsi i, heart Umn ni ill in kitlncy disease Intr m t in othtr wasting diMii IVOTlOJfl. CRUOKEK Kiid WEBSTER HavalorOMda Co-partnership Omw DldCusJinoc Uooae, 96 Wlallirvp as before. Crooker's olttoc hours, lu the lorfaoou, Or W ebster a, afternoon rooker's resldeBCe, at Augusta Dr H aonser rttate aud tlreon et. auriim OFFICE HOURN. Dr. W. L. THOMPSON'S UMIOM I TO U M. Dr, WILL THOMPSON'S FIIOM 10 -TO lit A. ivi. Physician and Surgeon. Or PICK Iff OAKKV BLOCK. OKrick, HOURS, a to P M novlTttl A. C. XITCOMB, SUHGKOIS DENTIST. Corner Water and Offloe Hours i 8 to 13 A. M., 2 to 6 P. M. O. 2sT. .PC.U. IN ALL BRANCHES, M 7ra i i mt i l Cor. Water and Bridge Sts., AUefiniSta, Maine. fobbing of anklndipromptl; atttitdrd to Hi link fut for fttvorn, we hope for eouttnuaucr of tuinw i i In mmrWteodljr A T? V-i" __ cnHchts t'.e Mood anil pui ii7 ctirra tifak- V. etc. I rv a -JL8T KkCMVtL) Gold and Silver Watches, Ladies' and Gents'Gold Chains, Lockets, Crosses, Charms, Neck Chains. Gold and Plated Sets, Rings, Studs, Sleeve Buttons, Shawl, Lace and Cuff Pins, Gold ami Silver Thimbles, Silver Plated Tea Sets, Ice Pitchers, Goblets, Cake Baskets, Fra.t Stands, Cups, Vases, and Spectacles of all Styles. LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PK1CES 124 WATER ST.. AUGUSTA, ME. deertttf A Good Faying Business. Good Reasons for Selling. THE s-. -ON- Is the only Iron >n i! i does not color the ttfth in I will i i ctusa hearlache or i> other Iron prcjantioas cloned wlii-rebv I tuiif nt In i rk at anl
of (he more ccmoimt in <_ OW W ltd a ae-T and Mr t-clait itoek STOVES, RAXGtS, FV1KACE8, Kitchen Furnishing Tin Ware, Lead r etc., etc. 8TATK OP MAINS. E. W.WHITEHOUSE, Freeimns BankBaildino. FOB SALE! SALEM LEAD COMPAIY, auxDna or PURE WHITE LEAD STOVES AID AM> SHEET WORK AMD ANNUAL TTJIO. LEAD PIPE, And Narrow Sheet rpBK rFOTKHQLDBiVS fbe Oraatte KatfciMl X koMtkeirAMiaal Meetian tor Uw atmfaet Dtnettein aael tor the of (nr natnMage W GrOTJLID la A em Tanelar. tbe atath Of Ike late arm ef Gocus BABKZB fc CBOM. Aay-Jtt. At the present price of it is ex- asperating to see hens wulk around care- less and unconcerned, thi in warm corners (harming plaruluv ot ntind ACundirin banker been remitted, through his eflorts, to hsv shippers bj the United States ment, as reinbursetnents tlie Poultry breeders do not neeni to nppre ciate the great of bones for n fowls, and but a linuttd lew mike ot tliem tor purpose No mttti i whether the birds are confined or not. sre to be bi m-ntted (n a modorui ot bones, though those nn kept in i lose need them most The Board of Agriculture is doing ti good work in Maine It has hoi n lor quietljr, but SOH ing si i d that long ago gwrnin tied, and is now bearing fruit 1'ho method ol holding biiiuh meetings, in M t lions ol 111n Mate, through the fill .unl winter months, is good tun- 1 hi Uoard isfomp wed of intt lligont and pr t ticul firmeis If all the i own in the could show their einct reconl for the large number would hid been unprofitable to tin ir nori h produced le-s milk, btitttr HH' than would be to p th< ir bo ml and interest ol the monej 01, tin ir ilue allowing the manure to dfWt toi the tie How absurd to tlioiijjMlt (oniiniii muhstotk, remain as i uiiiben rs ol the gtound In the best devised ol iinviil hnsbindry It is often difli< tilt to m BO that work slull neither nni develop sl.uk spots during the se [l requires mm h forethought to sal isfacton ly arr.inge the t rops of the farm u ith refeiencc to the profitable tin Hint lurni h< Ip This is but anolhoi evident e of the fact Ih it to be a MK fill larmer requires executive imli iNulit ing abilitiei, wlnili would almost pun an tee success in most other voc ilion The time has gone when in ind in this gemrttion onh those an hope tor i ess in il pursuits who gno the amount of thought and stluh to the deliils of the vihiiti 40 }ears itgo woiiM IHM n esteemed ns absurd iml iiniu'< i PerHonal. The datiic of Hie late Knrl of Rriwnnhclil will he iinvuKM allir tlie next nuilinn it 1'nrliunit nt Allncirinl j.roilint poc tal apartment II w t niiul tint! tlu two npm leu ouldn't (ret il IIL lonelhtr no the) gave the uuninn i.pt i il iart> lie 4 nu an upon him. I hem c himpitntii are ver> hriyht and mia- ihiitoix Inl llu dispUt the wirment aflec- ti HI l> r llu :r hut he too a viu- iii i In tin ir pmiikx mlerdax he clean- inn viiidiwii ol iheir raije, when hm c tlaiiptj him around the nt t k run urt with fpongr and pulled to4t Mith all the and cunning of (I HI llool llu otlur aniniaN requiring protection Iroin llu ol wintir hate all Been pro t rh h 1 in Rf n apartmenlK and everv [I in.- IK now tor the trigul ot tlu i-pe ri in t iMtomed to c limatkc ihaniiiK IIRM oiih hi en taken in- loi llu nl hinU whit h require the (urefiil in iitoienl kept in a t om tortal lv hiRtttl hut the tlet r and iiittlopv tan rtiiiain ixptirtd much later nnd AO t nn ihc nu niht rn ot the crane and atork lannliiK I In ztlui appt lo be very hardy nt Brown to experiment tiftht u n he in the c ollection, t th nionstr tit btluf that they can rtndih ni t Inn Hid anil i an he bred here M I nut u iiilili 1 IK v are of South 1 irv] t nn 1 Nutim but are nf a very nitiire and nhow but Rl'ghl Ir oi Ih' i I w. Rthtr 4 Mr Uri thinkn tint the nitrich. the intt h pi iinltht hinlv.huh Itn t Hart inimorlHli7t d in (.alirital vt rie, the emu can hi mult 1 1 t ndiire exposure, particu ItirU t mil in Kiipport ot which be rt c i ivt I a It ttt r from a gentleman living in I niilund who that In hint MK 1 1 iK 1 in not onl> at c limalinir i li hut hi Miunir llloul prohil U tin UrM iter horn ineapttvitv Plw liinl R imtni ot Anvlralm and Uuinta Tht -ttli oi i llu of the to I brai Htather 'I lu ir are ninth itiiirt ciuriictu nn 1 now than nn I, r n luU nun I lu v oi renporling about in tin ir pooU M ith tlu utniont a landon llu pot l> are flllid with running w utr Htitl M hi n the lie it broken, in (latin t i iillow the aninniU room enough to the unrtace Utr a hrtaUiing ipelt So ilu art re ry wt II e ontt ntc d where thty iioriiritttr whnt tho hange of weather iniiv 1 1 All tlu x Rflk a lihtral mipplv of ti-li fi r hrt Hkfant clinnt r and tt a I they ItlwtlV II If' I llu i liRnu have be en fo- lame unit anl U with Mini li diHituI y that tin v tonl I iniliii i tlu ill nnturid Doin Pedro to nti r I i Sntit rmti ntlt nt ..Brown Unit D in Itntrtcitht palm aa the inirai tuhlt hrule in tint or any otht r i ollt t lion hi i vc r n Only Kri Uv IK tlu entire font of a iiuitfli ttrniiKU t i him lie had been WIHMIIK a chain whith wan thonithl to be in nfture It wan It t lite d to replace it a lartft r Rn I unit h Ntronger one So the t It
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