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Daily Kennebec journal. [microfilm reel] (Augusta, Me.) 1870-1975, February 28, 1870, Image 4

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KEW 1’UJSLICA TIONH.
The Kittle Corporal for March is a pleasing
number for the children. The'enterprising
publisher is promising great improvements in
his magazine during the year.
The Nursery for March is one of the best
numbers published, and the magazine is
among the most interesting for children pub
lished.
Lippincott's Magazine has the following
contents: Vicar of Bullhampton; “Give me
a Pin and I'll show you a Show;" Jim Kane;
The Coming Revolution in England; The
Stranger of Naliant; Dreams; Villainous
Saltpetre; Marble Faun-ing; Vandoux in
St. Domingo; Concerning Shelley: To-day;
Errors of the Press; The Forger’s Bride;
Governmental Interference with the Gold
Premium; Monthly Gossip; Kiternry Notices.
The Atlantic Monthly presents the follow
ing table of contents: In Behalf of the
Birds: Joseph and his Friend; From Penn
sylvania Hills to Minnesota Prairies; The
Military Ball at Goulacaska; The Minor
Theatres jof London; Balder's Wife; A Ro
mance of Real Life; Adventures and Adven
turesses in New York ; Time Works Won
ders ; The Blue River Bank Robbery; A
Night in a Typhoon; Even-Song; California
Earthquakes; Is Marriage Holy; Hopes of a
Spanish Republic; Captain Ben's Choice;
Reviews and Literary Notices.
Appleton's Monthly Journal is one of the
best made up magazines for popular circula
tion now printed in the country. Number
Two, which is just out, opens with a large
three-page frontispiece, representing New
York Pilots Boarding a Ship in a Storm, a
spirited, nautical picture. Those who enjoy
variety in reading wilt find il in the subse- \
qiftnf pages.
J. F. Pierce has it for sale.
The Apple-tons have issued in paper covers j
The Confessions of Fita Boodle, one of I
Thackeray’s inimitable, satirical works, as
full of humor as it can hold, printed in this
form so that anybody can buy it. Price 50
cent*.
J. P, Pierce has it.
I). Appleton & Co. publish The Mastery
Series Manual for Learning Spanish, by
Thomas Prendergrast. This presents a new j
method of learning a foreign language. Gram
mar is entirely excluded, and the pupil enters
at once upon the speakingof sentences, imi
tating his teacher, and depending upon his
memory to retain what it can, and in this way
master the language for him. Possibly one
may acquire the pronunciation and idiomatic
use of a language better in this way than by
the old, and this is the objecj of the method.
The study of the principles is to follow.
Pierce has it.
From the Appletons we have a volume new- j
ly issued, entitled The Natural Speaker, of|
which Dr. Joseph Alden of the New York
State Normal School, is the author. The se
lections in this book are carefully made, and
generally of a character not so passionate as
those usually found in our Speakers. Dia- !
logucs are omitted entirely. It will be found,
we have no doubt, a very useful book for
students in high schools and colleges, reliev
ing them of the difficulty under which they
too often labor of finding'nothing suitable for
declamation. j
J. F. Pierce has it at his bookstore.
The New England News Company of Bos
ton, ha»'published a new work called Behind
the Scenes—A Story of the Stage. It is not ]
only a vivid description of things behind the |
scenes, but a thrilling tale of human woes,
disappointments, struggles and triumphs, and
an effort to remove the feeling of opposition
which exists to the stage, holding that the
better attendance and patronage of re
spectable and Christian people would elevate
the stage and remove from it the evils which
they condemn.
J. F. Pierce has it.
The Western Monthly is a sprightly look
ing magazine, which comes to us from Chica
go, and is chiefly devoted, as its name would i
seem to imply, to western matters. Its arti
cles are: Robert Kennicott; The Rolling
Stone; Where our Lumber Comes from;
Chickadee; Our Club; Our Coal and Iron;
The Tragedy at Mohawk Station; Caden
abbia: Heroics; The Prima Donna; Talks
About Life; Legend of the Castle of Nurem
berg; Sappho.
Our Young Polks has contents as follows : !
We Girls—A House Story; The Duck and j
the Kangaroo; Captain Lancarote's painous ;
Voyage; Uncle Blue Jacket’s Duck-Boat; j
Mr. Clarence Goes to Congress; How Fritz i
Made a Skeleton; Dreams of the Little Girl
who would not Pick up a Pin; A Picture; j
Our Menagerie; The Evening Lamp; Our
Letter Bi^
Harper's Monthly has the following : Pus
sy: Frederick the Great; Shadows; Nature's
Common Carrier; Broken Music; South
Coast Sauntering* in England; A New Judg
ment of Paris; Civil Service Reform; Miss
Ellington’s Niece ; A Brave Lady; Onr Rela
tions with England; Jessie; Bolivar, Libera
tor of South America; On a Photograph of
Athens; and the usual literary and scientific
notices and record of events.
J. F. Pierce has it for sale.
Great DargalnM nt
2 WELLS’ %
FURNITURE ROOMS,
Water Street, Augusta, Me.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OK NEW AM) SEC
OND HAND
Which will be sold at very low rates for CASH.
We also keep the best stock of
Walnut laskets and Collins,
And COMMON COKKIV8 of all kinds, and tile best
Inuiiuuias. with Plates engraved to order, and have
lately added au assortment ot
HOBBS OB ALL KINDS,
All Of which wdl be sold as low as at any establish
ment in the state.
C. H A H. C WELLS.
nu _
c;l I.PillTE or LlJlk. for preserving Cider
iWAlso, White Mustard Seed, for sate low by
OU TITCOMB A DORR
JOURNAL
JOB PRINTING
Establishment!
Otm FRIENDS are reminded that having
the Largest
Steam Jolt Printini EetaHistnaeal,
On the Rlrt r, and employing
COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED WORKMEN!
We are at all time* prepared to execute in the best manner
and at low price*, all kinds of
PLAIN AND FANCY
Book <fc Job Printing
Books,
Pamphlets,
Newspapers,
Mammoth Fosters,
Handbills,
Show Cards,
Circulars,
Business and
Wedding Cards,
Letter Headings,
Bill Heads,
Ball Tickets,
Programme*,
Auction Bills,
Invoice*,
Bill* or Lading,
Receipt*,
Law Blank*,
PLACARDS,
SCHEDULES,
INVITATIONS,
RAILROAD and
Steamboat Printing,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
To all thoae who <!«»lre ork in our line, w* would (ay
that it is our intention to
SUIT OUR CUSTOMERS
Both In regard to Prior, anil Execution of Work.
ulcr, by mall or tsxprca will reoeire the hum
PHOMPT ATTI^TIOX
as though delivered personally.
SPRAGUE, OWEN & NASH,
JOURNAL OFFICE AUOU8TA
AroctTA, Oct. IS, 1889
MOSES M. SWAN,
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
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His Stock embrace* a flue Hue of
American and Swiss Watches,
in gold and silver case, including the celebrated
National or Elgin Watch, Waltham, Tremont. Bor
rattin. ltonnett. Pardeau*, Jacot, Ac., in both La
dies’ and gentlemen’s aiaea.
Fine Gold Jowolry,
Solid Gold I.foniton
Vest and Neck Chains,
STERLING A COIN SILVER GOODS,
VINE PLATED WAKE,
SPECTACLES AND EYE BLASSES,
of the most approved kind,.
CLOCKS OF ALL KI\DS,
including the celebrated ITHACA (A LKNI> AII
all of which will lie sold at the
Lowest Prices, and Warranted.
I Particular attention given to repairing all kimla ol
i Fine Watches. Chronometer Balances aiiolicd and
adjusted to tem|x>rature and position. Mjau7<Mf
I \irANTED 1—Agents. Ladies or Gentlemen, to
1 >> aell the “LIFE OF GKOUGE PEABODY.”
Canranisers will find this the moat saleable book
I ever published in this country. The price is suited
j to the times. Now i- vottr opportunity to make
money. JOHN IIANKEli$ON, t Eliu Street, Port
I land, Me. ftHanOw&iw.l
PRICES REDUCER!
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
AND
Fancy Articles,
AT
JOHNSON’S
FAMILY DRUG STORE,
Opp. POST OFFICE, AUGUSTA, Me.,
Where can be foiled one of the largest and best
selected stocks on the Kennebec riser,
and Prices that defy Oompe
titiea.
PATENT MEDICINES
Of all kinds and in large quantities, sold to suit
purchasers, at
Johnson Brothers.
CATARRH REMEDIES.
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION' AT
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
Feather Dusters,
Fine Sponges,
Carriage and
Bathing do.,
Chamois Skins,
OILS,
Pl'RE SPERM, CASTOR, OLIVE, SEATS-FOOT,
ESSENTIAL OILS OF ALL KINDS, AT
Johnson Brothers.
FINE SOAPS,
TO'BN CJH AND ENGLISH
and Genuine
Imported Castile,
O-X.'YCEIlIlSrE
AND HONEY SOAPS,
6 C»kM for 25 cent*, 25 Ctkee for one djUnr. *
Shaving Apparatus,
Comprising RAZORS from tbs best manufacturers
in the World ; STROPS of all kinds ;
the COMBINATION MUG—a nevel
and convenient article. BRUSHES
of every description, and SOAPS
of the best quality.
Johnson Brothers.
HAIR PREPARATIONS
OF ALL KINDS, for 75 CENTS,
Johnson Brothers.
SACHET POWDERS.
A Large Stock of
LUBIN’S,
CATJIDIRArsr’S,
AND ALL OTHER
IMPORTED PERFUMES.
ADo a LARGE LOT of
TOILET POWDERS,
DENTIFRICES,
AND
TOILET ARTICLES
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT
Johnson Brothers.
FIRE CALIFORNIA
AND
IMPORTED WINES,
For Medicinal Purposes, at
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
8AR.DINE1S,
OLIVES,
PICKLES, &c.,
CIGARS & TOBACCOS
OF ALL KINDS.
CANARY, RAPE & HEMP SEED,
AT
Johnson Brothers.
Proprietor! of
HE. BENNET'S Celebrated Jiuwlitt Bittm.
Pereoni from the country, Physician! and all
others, will do well to eall and eiamlna our atook
More purcbaainf elsewhere.
Remember the plaeel
OPPOSITE THE POST OPFICH,
JOHNSON BROTHERS.
rector
K veiling service 7 P.
Augusta Directonj.
Churches.
ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONAL.—Granite Ch.
State -t., between Bridge and Oak. J. F. Bingham
pastor; residence southeast corner Bridge and
Kim street. Morning service 10.30 A.M. After
noon service 2.30 P. M. Evening 7 I*. M.
FIRST BAPTIST,—Corner Winthrop ami Pernam
pt». J. Ricker, pastor; residence Chestnut street.
Morning nervine 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P.
M Evening 7P.M. „ _ . .
FREE BAPTIST,—State street, north of Bridge.
C. E. Penuev, pastor; residence Summer street.
Morning service 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P.
M. Evening 7P.M.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL,—Green street, cast of
State. C. A King, pastor; residence at the par
sonage, next door to the church. Morning ser
vice io.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P. M. Eveuiug
7 P. M.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL,—State st„ between
Oak and Winthrop. Rev. Mr. Upjohn
Morning service 10.30 A. M.
I UmVeRSALIST,—Cor. Winthrop and Summer sts.
i C. R. Moor, pastor; residence Winthrop street,
below Orchard. Morning service 10.30 A. M.
Sabbath School service at 12 A. M. Evening ser
vice at 7 P. M.
UNITARIAN,—Corner Oak and State sts. Rev.
Mr. Cram, pastor; morning service 10.30 A. M.
Sabbath School service 2.15 P. M. Preaching
service in evening at 7 o’clock ^
CATHOLIC.—State «t.. north of Bridge. Rev. Mr.
O’Brien, priest; residence near the church.
The Congregational. First Baptist. Free Will
Baptist and Methodist Churches hold social con
ference meetings in their vestries every Wednesday
evening, at half-past seven o’clock.
Y. W. C. A.
Rooms in Darbv Block. Water Street. Regular
praver met tings every Monday evening. Religious
exercises every Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock.
Rooms open to all.
Masouic
BETHLF.HEM LODGE, No. 35, E. and A. M.
stat.Nl meetings Ill's! Monday of each month.
Special meetings every Monday evening. F. A.
Crowell. Master .1 \% . Clapp, secretary.
ANGUSTA LOIH.K NO 141. V. A A. M -Stated j
meetings first Tuesday of each month. >pectal ■
meetings evcrv Tue-dsy evening M II Mood- ,
luirv Master F. F Bis> kmsn. see rotary I
TKlVlTl COMMANDKXY. No 7. Knight* Tern
liar state*! inerting* second Friday ol each I
month. David Cargill. Eminent Commander. J.
tV Clapp. Keeorder. . „ . I
JKlU'sVl.KM KOYA1. ABCH 4 II AFTER—Meet,
at Hallowed. stated convocation, Thursday on
or h,*Tore the full moon of eaeh mouth.. B. r
tVarner. High Fries!.
At.I'll \ COl M il.—Meet- at Hallowed. Quar
terlv Convocations, January. April, July. Oe*
tuber. Wednesday succeeding full moon. I>.
Cargill, Thrice Illustrious Master.
Temperance.
SABVTTIS 1,01)1.E. No. 78 of Good Templars.
Meets every Tuesday evening at OarbyHall.
Fit WK1.1S DIVISION SONS OF TEMFEKANCE
—Meets at Darhv Hall every Monday evening at
7 o’clock.
Post Office.
AUGUSTA I’OST OFFICE. Corner of Oak and
Water streets. Office IlOOHSFrom 7.30 A.
M. to 8 F. M. Sunday 0 to 10 A. M.
James A. Bicknell, Postmaster. George H. Far
rington, Chief Clerk.
Arriral uml Departure of Jim Is —M e-tern, leaves
II no A. M.; closes 10.30 A. M.; arrives 3.30 F. M.
Eastern and Northern, leaves 3.43 P. M.; closes
3.30 P. M.; arrives 10.43 A.AX.
Belfast and Way. leaves 4.00 P. M.; closes 3.e0 P.
M.i arrives 10.30 A. M.
Kockland and Wav, leaves 8.30 A. M.; closeB 8.13
A. M.; arrives 5.00 F. M.
Winthrop. leaves 8.00 A. M.; closes 7.4o A. M.;
arrives fi.OO P. M.
Farmington and Way. leaves 7.50 A. M.; closes
7.45 A. M.| arrives* 00 F. M.
Freeport and Litchfield, leaves 6.00 A. M.: closes
8 00P. M ; arrives 10.30 A. M. Leaves Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thurs
dav and Saturday.
Every morning a train leaves Augusta at
5 30 A.' M.; arrives ut Augusta, daily, at 8.00
P. M.
?$aUotorll JDirrrtorg.
HALLO WELL POST OFFICE.
WESTERS MAIL arrive* daily, Sundays excepted, at 3.27
and 7 52 P. M. Close* at 10.46 A. M. and 8 P. M.
EASTERN MAIL arrives daily, Sunday* excepted, at 11,10
A. M. Closes at 3.16 P. M.
LITCHFIELD MAIL arrives Tuesdays, Thursday* and
Saturdays, at 10 o’clock A. M. Close* Sundays, Tues
days and Thursdays, at 8 P. M.
OFFICE open, Sunday excepted, from 8 o’clock A. M.,to
8 P. M. Open Saturdays until 8.30 P. M.
rjZT Bo* Rents aud Postage on jiupers, periodicals, kc ,
payable quarterly in advance.
E. ROWELL, P. M.
Hallowell, May 3, 1869.
CHURCHES.
South Parish Congregational Church, corner of Second
and Che*tuut Streets, opposite Temple. Rev. Chas. G.
McCullt, Pastor, residence on Chestnut St. Morning
service, 10 30; Afternoon service. 215.
First Baptist Church, corner of Union and Franklin
street*. Rev. A. R. Crank, Pastor; residence ou Middle
St., between Winthrep and Lincoln. Morning service,
10.30; Afternoon service, 215.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Middle Street, between Un
ion and Central. Rev. Caleb Fcilbr, Pastor; residence
at the Parsonage, opposite the Church. Morning service,
10.30 ; Afternoon service, 2.15.
First Unlversalist Church, Second Street, (cor. of Union)
St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Central .Street. Rev.
Leonard K. Storrn, Rector; residence corner of Second
and Lincoln Street*. Morning service, 10.30; afternoon
service, 2 30.
Free Baptist Church, Academy Street, between Second
I aud Middle.
Y. m. c. A.
1 Regular meetings of the Young Men’s Christian Associ
ation of Hallowed, are held in the Vestry of the Baptist
Church every Monday evening, commencing at 7$ o’clock.
A cordial invitation is extended to all, both ladies and
gentlemen, to attend these meetings of the Association,
j Prayer meetings, conducted by members of the Associ
ation, are held every Sunday evening—
In Burns’ Schoolhouse, Farroingdale, at 7 o’clock.
In Schoolhouse at French’s Corner, Chelsea, at 7 o’clock.
In Loudon Hill Schoolhouse, at 7 o’clock,
i In the Wilder Schoolhouse, Manchester, at 7 o’clock,
i At Litchfield Neck at, 2 1-2.
I BENJAMIN FoWLKS, President.
II. S. OWEN, Secretary.
MASONIC.
Kennebec Lodge, No &. V'. and A. 11 Slated Comma.
i niCAtiona Wednesday, on or precediug the full moon.
JAMES ATKINS, Jh„ W. M. J. E. NYE, Sec’y.
Jerusalem R. A. Chapter. Stated Convocations, Thurs
day on or before the full of the moon.
B. F. WARNER, H. P. F. J. DAY, Sec’y.
[ Alpha Council. Regular meeting,, Wednesday succeed
ing the full of the moon, quarterly.
DAVID CAROII.L, T. M. F. J. DAY, Rfc’r.
Trinity Comniandery. Meetings at Augusta on the
second Friday of each month.
I D. CARGILL, E. C. J. W. CLAPP, Rec’r.
TEMPERANCE.
Colon Temple of Honor and Temperance. No. 3. Reg*
ular meetings, every Tuesday evening.
J. W. FI LLER, WK. T BEN TENNEY, W R.
Kennebec Council, No. 4. Regular meetings on the flrst
and thlrtl Friday evenings of each month.
J. J. JOSES, C. of C. C. C. HUNT, R. of C.
Sheridan Lodge, No. i»3, I. 0. of O. T. Regular meet
ings every Saturday evening.
P. 8. BOYD, W. C. T.
F. A. A. HEATH, R. 8.
DR. A. H. CHAMBERLAIN,
DENTAL SURGEON,
OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE^: : AUGUSTA, MAINE.
Dlt. CIIAMUKKLAIN is Ailly up with She times
in all liie best ami must practical improve
ments. always availing himself of sueh as will bo
of practical use to his patrons, ami being thorough
ly conversant with Dentistry in all its branches, can
promise his patrons that their work shall be done
in a manner
Which Cannot be Excelled I
THE MOST DIFFICUI.I CASES ARE SOLICITED!
Pure >'itroiis Oxitle
Or Lai uhino Gam, the best and safest Anw*thetic
now extaut. conntantly ou hand and given for tlio
extraction of Tooth WITHOUT PAIN.
nKVKUKSVKS HY PERMISSIONt
J. H. Bell, M. I). J. W. Toward, M. D.
Geo. E. llrickctt, M. 1>. J. O. Webnter, M. I>.
W. L. Thompson, M. D. W. S. llill, M. D.
Office Hours from 8 A. M. to 0 F. M.
tljnnTO
CUSHNOC HOUSE.
Corner _A and
Winthrop
State Sts.,
_A uemsta, Ale.
T. B. BALLARD, : • Proprietor.
Ouests taken to and from the Cara
and Boats Free.
H0R8E8 AND CARRIAGES TO LET.
flJanTb-hm
Opinions of the Press
The Kennebec Journal has been enlarged and
is now one ol the handsomest papers iu the United
States.—Portland Press.
The Kennebec Journal comes to up this weeR
enlarged, and with new type, giving it a very nice (
appearance, and an extra amount of good reading
matter.—Simon, in Lewiston Journal.
The Kennebec Journal comes to us much en
larged ami improved. New type, clear paper, and .
a determination to keep UP with the times will en- ;
sure to tlie patrons of tne JOURNAL a first-class j
newspaper. We are pleased to notice these evi
donees of prosperity on the part of our neighbors
of the Journal and vrlel) them abundant success.
Bangor WMg ami Courier. .
The Kennebec Journal comes to up this ween
dressed in new type throughout and greatly en
larged (nine columns to n page), and is now, we be-1
lieve, the largest paper in the Mate, with one excep
tion. The Journal is most ably conducted by
Messrs. Sprague, Owen & Nash, and deserves the
liberal support of the party whose principles it
advocates. To its genial publishers we wish the
richest success.—Kennebec Reporter.
The Kennebec Journal w-as enlarged this week
to uine columns, and is now the largest folio sheet
in Maine. It is said that the proprietors will issue
a permanent Daily henceforth, beginning with the
legislative session —Boston Advertiser.
Tne Kennebec Journal of Augusta, will be
enlarged, this week, and made the largest paper iu
the state.—Springfield Republican.
The Kennebec Journal has spread itself to the
sire of the Boston Advertiser, and is otherwise im
proved. so that it is now the largest and perhaps the
handsomest paper in the state — IVatert'iHe Mail.
The Kennebec Journal of last week appeared
in an enlarged form, printed on new type and upon
a new press — Bangor Jeffersonian.
The Kennebec Journal, always neatly printed
amiablv conducted, comes to us enlarged and if
possible neater looking than ever before. It is now
the largest weekly printed iu Maine.—Mackkis
1 The Kennebec Journal comes to us this week ;
in a new dress, and considerably enlarged, indieat-1
ing a prosperous condition financially, nud which (
.v well deserved.—Aroostool fHoneer.
The Kennebec Journal comes to us much en
larged, and dieted in a spick and span new suit.
Augusta is bound to grow, and the Journal pro
prietors evidently mean to be up to the times.—
Cortland Transcript.
The Kennebec Journal has beeu greatly en
larged. aud is now we believe, the large.-t paper in
the State. The publishers have recently added one
of Campbell’s best newspaper presses to their al
ready very complete establishment, ami are pre
pared to answer all calls that may be made upon
their typographic, resources. It takes no backward
steps though in its issue it casts "A Glance Back
warti” to its first number, comparing that with the
present.— Gardiner Journal.
The Kennebec Journal, one of the best weekly
papers in New England, comes to us enlarged this
week. We are glad to see such proof of its pros- ■
peri tv.—Boston Transcript.
l Ilf iV .> IWir.l uui nn
ill an enlarged form and new drees. It makes a
splendid appearance, and is worthy of an extensive
circulation.—FUldeford Journal. *
Tlie KennkrEC Journal lias been enlarged, and
is now the largest paper in the state. The publish
ers have had a mammoth Campbell press built
specialiv for it. and with a new dress of type it is a
verv handsome sheet. The publishers should re
ceive a liberal support to compensate for the heavy
outlav which they make.—Itocklaml Fret /‘rest.
The Kennebec Journal comes to us in a new I
dress, and much enlarged, w hich are evidences of
prosperity. The proprietors of the State paper are j
energetic business men, and deserve much credit j
for this last improvement in their valuable lourn.il, j
and w e wish them large success, financially, and
otherwise.— Farmington Chronicle.
The Kennebec JOURNAL has been enlarged and
very much improved. New type, new press, new
determination to make a first-class State paper.
The Journal never looked so prosperous and well
to-do, and we are more than pleased at these evi
dences of prosperin'.— ElUtcorlh American.
The Kennebec Journal has been considerably
enlarged, dressed in a fine new suit, from head to
foot, and makes a fine appearance.—Calais Adrer
titer. , ,
The Kennebec Journal comes to ns enlarged
and in a new suit of trIK- The JOURNAL is well
conducted, readable, industrious in news, and
prettv much all that a newspaper should be, except
m its'politics.—RcpuNiccta Journal.
Tlie Kennebec journal has been enlarged, and
is printed with new type and a new press. It is one
of the largest and best weekly papers in the State.
— Fas*i",rt Sentinel.
The Kennebec Journal. Tins valuable state
paper has recently been enlarged, with an entirely
new dress. It is* printed on one of Campbell’s
presses—and is one of the largest if not the largest
papers in tlie State. Tlie .Iourn al is non a tlnrty
six column paper—and the publishers must have
been at greet expense in making such improve
ments without any extra charge for tlie paper —
Fisratturuit Observer.
Newbpauortai.. The Kennebec Journal.
which was large enough before, lias been enlarged
and is now the largest in tlie State. It is printed on
new tvpe and is a handsome us well as a well
edited* paper.—Progressive Age.
Pure Drugs & Chemicals
FOR SALE
At the Lowest Bates !
TOILET AUTICIjES,
FRENCH, ENGLISH, A DOMESTIC SOAPS,
CAMPHOR ICE,
Dentifrices, English told Cream,
Coudray’a Cosmetique and Pomade,
Bay Bum, German and Domestic Cologne,
Hair Oils, Dressings, Restorers and
Dyes, Perfumery, Sachet Bags, Toilet
Powders, Moth and Freokle Lotions,
Camelia Palm, Laird's Bloom of Youth,
Hagan’s Magnolia Balm, Barnes* Mag
nolia Water, Shaving Cream and Soaps,
Shaving Brushes, Razor Strops,
Nail Files and Cleaners,
tweezers, liuna Minors, urtssmy oases,
PUFF BOXES,
IVORY, 7OKTOISE SHELL, .J- HOES
Dressing and Poeket tombs,
FIXE COMBS,
Nail, Tooth, Hair, Hat, and Clothes
bhusiies !
Thernometers, Work Boxen,
PORTE MONNAIES,
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Standard Periodicals for 1870.
Republished by the Leonard Soott Publish
ing Oo., New York.
Indispensable to ail desirous of being well informed
on the great subjects of the day.
1. Tho Edinburgh Review.
This is tho driest of tho scries. In its main fea
tares it still follows in the path marked out bv
Brougham, Jeffrey, Sydney Smith, and Lord Hol
land, its original founders and first contributors.
3. The London Quarterly Review,
which commences its 128th volume with the January j
number, was set on foot as a rival to the Kdin
bukgii. It resolutely maintains its opposition in j
politics, and shows equal vigor in its literary rie- ;
p ailment.
V 3. The Westminster Review
has just closed its 92d volume. In point of literary !
ability this Review is fast rising to a level with its
competitors. It is the advocate of political and re
ligious liberalism.
4. The North British Review,
now in its 51st volume, occupies a very high posi- j
tion in periodical literature. Passing beyond the j
narrow formalism of schools and parties, it appeals j
to a wider range of sympathies and a higher integ
rity of conviction.
5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
was commenced 52 years ago. Equaling the Quar- j
tellies in its literary and scientific departments, it
has won a wide reputation for the narratives and
sketches which enliven its pages.
TKK.liS FOR 1870.
For any one of the Reviews, $4.00 per annum.
For any two of the Reviews, 7.00 “
For any three of the Reviews, 10.00 “
For all’four of the Reviews, 12.00 “
For Blackw’ood’s Magazine, 4.00 “
For Blackwood aud one Review, 7.00 “
For Blarkwood aud any two of the
Reviews, 10.00 “
For Blackwood and three of the
Reviews, 13.00 “
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Single Numbers of a Review, #1. Single Numbers
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Consumption.
Dm. 8rHEsrt*a Pilmokic 8t*up for the cure of Coughs,
Cold* ami Consumption.
Du. Schisck’s Seaweed Tomic for the cur* of Dyspep
sia and all the Debilitated Condition* of the Stomach. |
Da. Schbecs's Ma»dp..aek Pu.i» for Disease* of the
Liver, or to act a* a gentle Purgative.
AH of these three medicine* are often required in curing
Consumption, though the Pulm«*uic Syrup alone ha* cured
many desperate case*. The Seaweed Tooic and Mandrake
Pill* assist in regulating the Stomach and Liver, and help
the Pulmouic Syrup to digest and *earch through the blood
vessels, by which means a cure I* *oon effected.
These uiediciues are conscientiously offend to the public
as the only safe, certain and reliable remedies for Pul
monary Consumption, and for all those morbid condition*
of the body which lead to that fatal disease. Liver Com
plaint and Dyspepsia are often forerunner* of Consump
tion, and when th**y manifest themselves they require the j
must prompt attention. i
The Pulmonic Syrup is a medicine which ha* had a
long probation before the public It* value has l*en
proved by the thousands of cures it has made tliruugh a |
period of more than thirty-five years, in all of which time
Its reputation ha* constantly increase*, and the most ob. j
stinste skepticism can no longer doubt that it is a remedy
which may be used with confidence in all cases which j
admit of a cure.
If the patient will perseveringly follow the directions |
which accompany each bottle, be will certainly be cured,
if his lungs are not too much wasted to make a cure possi- 1
ble. Even in eases supposed to be iucurable, when Mends
and physicians have despaired, the use of this medicine
has saved the life of the patieut, and restored him to per
fect health.
Dr. Schenck himself was cured in precisely such cir
' cumstances, and many others have beeu equally fortunate
by judiciously making a timely use of Dr. Bcheuck’s
remedies.
Dr. Schenck does not say that all cases of Pulmonary
Consumption are within the reach of medicine, but he
emphatically asserts, that often when patients have the
most alarming symptoms, such as a violent cough, creeping
chills, night swaats, and general debility, even to such a
degree that they are obliged to li« in bed, and when they
are given up by their physician, they may still bexuied.
No medical treatment can create new lungs, hat when the
lunge are eery badly diseased, and to some extent de
stroyed, a eure| may be effected by Ilr. Schenck s med
Also, In Scrofulous diseases these medicines are equally
efficient. Pr. Schenck has photographs of a number of
persons who have beeu nearly covered with running sores,
and now all healed up. This shows its purifying properties,
which must be done to heal cayities in the lungs.
In the treatment of Consumption, it is of the utmost
Importance to glee ylgor and a health tone to the system.
Hence It Is necessary to strengthenthe appetite of the
patient and Improve the digestion. Proper nourishment
it required, together with such mean aa will make the
foot) easily digestible. The articles most suitable for the
diet of consumptive patients are designated in I)r.
gchrnck’a Almanacs, which are iliatributed gratuitously.
In general, the most highly nutritious articles are to be
preferred; hut the digestive organs must be strengthened
in order to make elthrr fond nr medicine serviceable. This
requirement Is met by the Sea Weed Tonic, and for this
pur;ewe It was designed.
When the digestive powers are put In good order, the
food has Its proper effort, the system Vf the patient is in
vigorated, and the lunga begin to exerelse their functions
In a normal and healthy manner. Then the heeling powers
of the Pulmonic Syrup will complete the cure.
Pulmonary Consumption Is almost always complicated
with Pyapepaia and Liver Complaint. Schenck a Man
drake Pills are lutended to remove obstructions from ins
liver and restore Its healthy aotion. They have aM the
efficacy which la aacribrd to calomel or "bine “***•’ .
are warranted not to contain n pnrtlcje of*nymneral
poison. These pills cure the ukw* cb«ln»te cneUrenese.
sick headache, plica, bilious affections, and
which ariae froin a torpid or obstructed oo-dltlon of the
liver. One box of these pill! wtU P">« lhe ca,mef " “•
"1o.kConsi.mntion the Sen Weed Tonic and Mandrake
Pin? areTnvwSaMr’ auxiliary medicines. They relieve the
1 Ills are |nvanu.ble_au»n;ary, Pulmonic Syrup
'V'.reTheThsve been found Jtsetul In nd
th^jad^roerU od“"^ldins. Indicated sp.rely deall^ The
SSSSm SVSMSS* SK!
thDr. fchSock** Almanac, containing a full trcatlss on the
various forms of disease, his mode of treatment, and general
direction* how to use his medicine, can be had gratis or sent
hi* Principal Office, No. 16 North
— ■-«- Tonic, each.
•1 i?ner bottle or 17.60 the half d<wen; Mandrake Pills
26 ©tsTbox. For sale by all druggists and dealers. Iy3g
Dr Schenck** Preparations are sold in Augusta by
Dr. Scnenca • rwCHAP. R PARTRII)0B>
The Dally Kennebec Journal,
Established Jan. t, 1870.
Notices by tlic
The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jock*
nal was issued from the Journal office on Satur
day. It i* about the nine and style of arrangement
as the usual Daily Legislative Journal, and in ty
pographical appearance will compare favorably,
we thuik, with the other Maine dailies. Jt it* de
signed by the publishers to issue it daily through
the year, but we fear they will find their enterprise,
which ought to be a paying one, considering the
field it will oecnpy, to prove a losing one. It costs
a deal of money to publish a paper these times, and
a large, prompt paying subscription list and a good
ly amount of advertising patronage at respectable
rates, are necessary to muke a paper sell-sustain
ing, and prevent its being a source of embarass
ment to its proprietors. We tender this new can
date* for public patronage our wishes for its finan
cial success.— Maine Standard.
Tiik Daily KKNNkbec Journal made its first
appearance last Saturday. It is a very neat publi
cation, and enterprising.—llunyor JChig.
Daily Kennebec Journal.—With the com
mencement of the Newr Year, we received the first
number of this new paper, published at Augusta,
by Sprague, Owen A Nash. It is a large, seven col
umn paper, handsomely printed, and the reputa
tion of it - publishers is a sufficient guaranty that it
will be live and spicy — York County Independent.
The Daily Kennebec Journalwrp issued Jan
uary 1st, ami is to be a peimanent institution. It
is a well arranged, and handsomely printed sheet,
and w e have no doubt it will receive, as it deserves,
a liberal support from the people of Augusta, Hal
low ell and Gardiner.—UnUiAi'tU Gazette
Daily Kennebec Joukal. We have received
tin* first numbers of the new daily Journal now
permanently established at the State Capital, by the
enterprising publishers of (he weekly Journal,
Messrs. Sprague, Owen A Nash. Its appearance is
neat ami business like, and its editors will doubt
less make it a progressive, live paperAye.
We congratulate our friends of the Kennebec
Journal upon the favorable auspices under which
their new daily has been issued. It appeared on
the 1 ~t of January, in handsome shape, its columns
well filled and showing evidence of sufUeieuted
itorial ability and industry to ensure its entire sue
cess. We trust the public w ill appreciate the ef
forts of the publishers to serve them, and liberally
sustain the enterprise.—Afitint Farmer.
The I»aim Kennebec Journal made its first
appearance New Yeai’s day. It is a well propor
tioned sheet of twenty-eight columns, and is in ev
ery way well culeulateu to supply «i want which
Augusta has felt for u longtime. With the patron
age which it should receive from Hallowed. Gard
iner, and the other neighboring tow us, in addition
to it* local support, we see no reason why this en
terprise should not be crowned with abundant suc
cess.— Jteuter Gazette.
1 Ur. 1'All l IU.'AMii' up
peuranee on Naturday. It has a smurt and newsy
look, and will succeed.—Rllrt'orth American.
The lir^-t millibar of the Daily KmEBKr Jour
nal, has been received. Those ♦ho wifcli to re
vive the earliest and fullest information in regard
to the doings of the Legislature, should subscribe
for it.— h.a*tpurt Sentinel.
Daili Kennkbec Journal. We have received
the fir-1 number of this paper, issued Jan. 1st. It
is to be permanent, and being the State paper, it
w ill be a eompend of the doings of the Legislature;
valuable not onlv for the present, but forpieserva
tion tor future reference. It w ill furnish early and
full reports of the State Conventions of all kinds;
full reports of the Legislature, Legislative Commit
tee, Board of Kducation. Board of Agriculture, and
all other matter* of interest relating to the State
Government, thus making it»ell useful to a vciy
w ide circle of readers extending over all parts oI
the State. It will be a reliable and straight-miward
Republican paper, and the first number indicate!
that it w ill be conducted w ith ability, and with fidel
ity to the principles of the party in whose interest
it'is established. It is of the size of the Daily Lew
iston Journal — The Svnrise, I'rtHjve Tele.
Daily KEvnebec Journal. The advertisement
of this new dailv »]-pears in our columns to-day.
It gives the legislative proceedings of each day very
fully, contain* telegraphic dispatches, the financial
and’ commercial transaction* in New York and Bos
ton, and is in every respect a first-class daily pa
per. Terms $7 per year, or gi for the legislative
session .—Androscoggin JJtTald. •
Daily Kknnki.ec Journal. The enterprising
proprietors of the Kennebec Journal, issued the
first number of their new daily Jan. 1st. It Is hand
somely executed, ably conducted, and deserves at
least fifteen bundled*subscribers along the river.
During the legislature it is especially valuable.—
Si’mtrrtet Reporter.
The publishers of the Kbnnebfo Journal c«m
menced their daily paper w ith the New Year. It
is a good looking sheet, much superior to the form
er session issues. No thrice weekly will be pub
lished —Rrackett in l'elfust Age.
NF.w sea»*Fkm. With the New Year w o arc greet
ed bv the Daily Kennebec Journal, published
by Sprague. Owen ft Nash. It is of good size, ita
matter is well arranged, and its editorial conduct
will show the same ability which has governed the
weekly Journal —Free 1'resi. Rockland.
The Daily Kennbec Journal has reached us,
and is fully up to the standard of our expectations.
Jtn typographical appearance is neat, and its gener
al arrangement all that could be desired. We hoi*
it will be liberallv patronized, and it will be if the
people of the State do their dnty.—Farmington
Chronicle. _
The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour
nal promptly made its appearance on Saturday,
Jan. 1st. It is a handsome sheet, got up in a style
that does credit to its enterprising publishers.—
llidtleford Democrat.
With the new vear, came the Daily Kennebec
Journal. It is a very neat paper, and we should
think it would be a favorite w ith the people of the
Kennebec.— Gardiner IJf-me Journal,
Daily Kennebec Journal. We have received
the first number of the daily issued by the publish
ers of the Kennebec Journal. This is not to be loi
the Legislature only, but is to be a permanent daily
publication. There is no reason w hy the large cit
ies and towns which cluster about the capital
mould not afford support to at least one daily, even
though the railroad trains do bring Boston papers
in a few hours from the press. The Journal is a
handsome sheet, well filled with news and miscel
lany, and we trust w ill be a success .—/**//«*< Jomr*
The new Daily. We have received the first
number of the Daily Kennebec Journal. It is
one of the best looking daily papers which comes
to our office. There is no reason w hy such a spright
ly journal should not start at once on the road to
success. The price uf subscription is $7 per year.
— Calais Advertiser.
The Daily Kennebec Journal made its bow to
the public last .Naturday, and is understood to be a
permanent institution. It deserves a liberal sup
port in the Kennebec valley, not only through the
session of the Legislature, of whose doings it w ill
5ive Bill report daily, but permanently.— WffterviUe
f"U _ _ __._
made it* appearance on >uturduy morning laid. It
is printed Fn tirrt-rate style, and manifests a great
deal of enterprise iu it* management. We are glad
to notice that it has a good list of subscribers in
this city, who receive their i>apei« from a carrier at
eight o’clock. This is a great convenience, and one
that should be appreciated by our people.—Onrrfwier
'Tivc.vfn-A Daily Jorgsu. Thl» pape* m»d< iu
appearance last Saturday, very neatly printed and
lull of matter Our only apprehension is that Au
gusta brethren are giving too much rending lor the
patronage of a place no larger than Augusta,
success to the enterprise — RrvnvnUk Telepraj>k.
We have received the tiret two or three number*
of the Daily Kknxerec Journal, published by
Messrs- Sprague, Owen A Nash. Augusta, which
is hereafter to be a permanent daily paper, instead
of being published only during the -eason ol the
Legislature, as heretofore. It Is a handsome sev
en-column paper, well made tip, giving much agri
cultural and miscellaneous reading, as w ell as lo
cal and general new s. We have no doubt it w ill be
ably conducted and w isb it substantial success.—
Rockland Gazette. _
The tirst number of the Daily Kennekec Joi K
NAL made its appearrnce on Saturday. It is very
neatly got up,— tUJ'ord Democrat.
The hi st number of the DAILY KknxEKEC Jot R
nal promptly made its ai*>earance on haturday,
the 1st inst. It is a handsome sheet, got up in a
fctyle that does credit to its enterprising publisher!.
— Oxford R'yizter. .
A$*ew Daily New'sparer. W e receive the Daily
Kennerec Journal, a goodly sized, well tilled,
and smart appearing paper, published by Messrs.
Nprngue. Owen A Nash, at Augusta, the proprie
tors of the Old (Weekly) Kennebec .Journal terms,
$7 a rear m advance. We hope it w ill be patron
ized \>y our Kepubliean friends, ami w e think it will
be, being the tirst and only daily issued at the Capi
tal — Machias f’niov. , . ...
The Daily KknnkrEC Jonrnal Is a smart, ami
enterprising sheet, very neat in appearance- 11
well deserves a generous support.j-Arvvstookl'tnet
All thou- who wish mil reports of ihf V
inge of the iUine 1-egl.lutitre, Hhouhl "“Jf'™1*
the Daily Kennereo Jonrnal. It will be suit
during the session, for #«. and contains the news,
Ac., besides the matter connected with the Legisla
ture— Dexter Gazette.
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