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XIW in BL HATTONS From Messrs. Hurd & Houghton we hare the “Wonder Stories Told for Children,” be ing a MW votuine «f their handsome edition of the works of Hans Christian Andersen. In this volume are gathered many of the sto ries and fairy tales by which Andersen is best known, especially tbosf ,'f a marvellous and fanciful character. It contains some stories not before translated into English and includes Mite of those contributed by Andersen to the Rlfiriide Magazine. There are'one hundred and twenty quaint and curious illustrations in the book, t he boy or girl who has it will feel that they possess a treasure. Clapp 4 Ninth hnvy it for sale. Hurd A Houghton have also issued a vol ume bearing the title “Health by Good hiv ing."of which the editor of Hall’s Journal ol Health is the author. The object of ihe book is to show how high health e<n tie maintained, and common diseases cured by “good living," “vjllteh^eay* the author, “means eating with ».p>IIsTRlhe lies(j food prepared in the best manner.” Good appetite is what makes food taste well and how to get this is pointed out in cloar and plain terms which cannot fail to be understp^l. Tb>‘ style ot.lbe work is easy and simple and the Mens 9t*eih to be those ot a common sense character. For sale by Clapp & North. The Manufacturer and Builder for March is received from tlie publishers. The opening article Js upon Ventilation, and those which follow arc of the same practical character a? the first. We regard this as a valuable pub lication. Lee 4 Shepard publish a volume containing “Dialogues from Dickens” which are selected ud armnipd for borne amusement and for • School*. There dire forty-five dialogues in the volume, of various lengths and the num ber of the characters, all within the ability nt school children tq perform. There are dele tions for the stage and an index to character and costitfiesi, U is needless to add, for al who htfrp read »i«fcens’ works know, that fo, V moving mirth and creating amusement nothing can be better than these selections. For sale by Clapp A North. Lee & Shepard have issued another volume of the Lake Shore Series entitled “Brake Up. or the Young Peacemakers,” a story which has been passing through Oliver Optic’s Mag azine*. jThls iz (he fifth of the aeries, and though it contains an independent story the •ame characters that arc introduced in former ’—When appear In this. It Is a graphic and interesting tale inculcating the best of princi pfes.and showing that honor and manliness, truth and virtue are a better reliance than rice and meanness. Clapp & North have it for sale. The first volume of a new series to supply something in a musical line for children to read ti published by Lee and Shepard. Its title is “The Tone Masters." It takes up Mozart and Mendlessohn and gives such facts . and incidents in the lives of these great com I nuaic as will engage the attention ot youthful readers and interest them in tiie di vine art. This volume will be 'followed by others giving the history of other great com posers and a description of their best works and tha circumstances under which they were written. n^mraaiol^Clapp^North^^^^^^^ Stoves ! Stoves !! g ’“'j — PEERLESS, TROPIC, city of noutbsi EK, cinuo.t, iriii.i'EviiE\(E, WHITE noi.vrAi.v, lilB.TET IU.VGEi also WOOD ft COAL FURNACES ! SECOND HAND STOVES Bought and Bold. :Kt 111 If B S 0 F JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, AND SAITSVAOllOir GUARAITTEED! A. P. GOULD, 1 Door Mortis of Railroad Bridge, Wafer Street, Augusta. J*Ol*-tkw*l CONY HOUSE, HMTKB STHEEV, AUGUSTA, MAINE. rfUUJ aav Uotel «Sdrl< accommodation* that n< i h(i<r one doaa in (he oily to the travelling coin ■baity, being located in the csIiwbe 07 BUSINESS. and very near the Depot. The travelling public may be assured that no pain* will be spared to meet all their waula, tun; wi*of Mu. Tritseii, Utc ui tii. Aagatli House, we hope to merit a sbure of tin public pitlreoage Coeuected with this House Is a First Class Livery Stable! G. A. it H. CONY, Proprietors. tiSeuAwtlf _ .. fire HediGioes aid Cdencals! Brushes, Combs, Soaps and Perfumery; CtOfa TMm Ml PC Cl ARTICLES! I'll) stow*’ k AjMillieeurieis’ Hoods, Pit* for*, Lard, kfroim and Wafoot Oik Jr*r \ 7 _ Charles K. Partridge, DRUGGIST AID APOTHECARY, WatStreet, eoruer Market Square, (LNDER 6RANITK HAIL,) Has on band a Lar^o Selected Stock kept firesb by constant additions, AMO SELLS AT The Lowest Market Itati s ! ,T fOR StmjWE MO AELURIE COOOS. fvtnlgt'i Drag Surf. Watu Street, cornu Iirkcl Square flJanfOly o^**r-W**r~W—'-'T E f-r For Sale! BlUlard Tables at Reduced Prices, >TfcW Add **4wl Imtpi; cur-mi or four pocket*, | nil iix«*s. with the latent combination earing cushions, better thau all the patent humbug ataii ^■■1 Him ft out* ‘mnh«>n>- Uaigurcuah lost «TTudrii rie*»e ■ #U bU'viu uurch.ieiiig flM ■ where. If: NBIMS. 10* eniMiry street, lloi-tuu, H f»s ucbu-tini " pO, E. BRKKLTT, M. U„ PfifmtCIAN & SURGEON, ALMSIA. »* OAce orer lluut'» Cep store, Wool Kud of tl,t Kunnebeo Bridge. gff Beudenoe oa Spring Street. tnyVOTi* ftugusta Elwtorg. Churches* ORTHODOX C UNG REGATIOX A L—Granite Ch. state tt., between Bridge and Oak. J. t. Bmgbam pastor; residence soiitnea.-t corner Bridge and Elm street. Morning service R*.30 A M. Alter* noon service 2.30 P. 51. Evening < P M FIRST B M’TIsT,—Corner Winthroi* ami Perham ets. J Ricker, pastor; residence Chestnut street. Morning servine lu..'W A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P. M. Evening 7 P.M. _ ., FREE B \PTlsT,—State street, north of Budge (J. F Penney, pastor; residence summer street. Morning service 1** 30 A. M. Alteruoon 2.30 P. M. Evening 7 P M. METHODIST EPISCOPAL,—Green street, east ol State. C A. King, pa-tor; residence at the par sonage. next door to the church. Morning ter vice 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P. M. Eveuing 7 P. M. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL,—Stute st . between Ouk and Winthrop. Rev. Mr. Upjohn, rector. Morning service 10.30 AM. Eveuing service • 1*. M. UNIVERSAL 1ST,—Cor. Winthrop and Summer sts C. R Moor, pastor; residence Winthrop rtrect 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 I Sabbath School service 2 l.*> P. M. Pleaching I f-ervi- e in evening at 7 o* lot k I CATHOLIC —St te ft., north of Bridge lb v Mi 1 O’Brien, priest; residence near the church. ! The Congregation: 1. K.r.-t Bupti.*t, rree m i Baptist aud Method-t Churches hold -oci.il < <*r. I I'erence meetings in their vestries every " ediiesduj ! evening, at half-past seven o’clock. Y. M. C. A. i Rooms ill Darby B1 - k. Water Street. Re'gul. J pr yev meetings every Momi v evening. Kdigioi 1 exercise- every Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock * Rooms open to all j Masonic ! BETHLEHEM LOIR.K. No. 35. F and A V State* 1 meetings tlr-t Monday of each mouth | Special meetings every Monday evening. 1 A Crowell. Ma ter T \\ Clapp. Secretai v. I ANGUSTA LODGE. No. 111. F. A V M State j meetings first Tuesday of each month Sped.. I meetings everv Tuesday evening. W II Woo*, i burv. M ister. * E. F Hi.iekm.in, Secretary. TRINITY COMMANDEUY. No 7. Knights Ten I plar Stated meetings -econd Friday of eac! | month. David Cargill, Eminent Commander. .1 I W Clapp. Ueeorder. JERl’> \ LEM ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER—Meet at Hallowed. Stated eonvoeatious Thursday u. or before the full moon of each mouth. B. 1 Warner. High Priest V LI*IIA COUNCIL—Meets at Hallowed. Quai terly Convocations, January, April. July, O* tober; Wednesday succeeding full moon. V Cargill. Thrice Illustrious Matter. Temperance. SABATTIS LODGE. No. 78 of good Tempi.ars Meets everv Tuesday evening at Darby Had. FRANKLIN DIVISION M)NS OF TEMPERANC1 —Meet-at Darby Hall every Monday eveuing a 7 o’clock. Post Office. AUGUSTA POST OFFICE. Corner or Oak an* Water streets. Office Hot K8From 7.30 A M. to 3 P.M. Sunday 0 to 10 A. M. James A. llick u ell. Postmaster. George II Far rington, Chief Clerk. Arrival and Departure of Mails .—Western, leave? 11.00 A. M.; doses 10.30 A. M : arrives 3.30P. M Eastern and Northern, leaves 3.45 P. M.; close UM) P. M.; arrives 10.45 A. M. Belfast and Way, leaves 4 00 P. M.; closes 3.30 P M.; arrives 10.30 A M. U«** kland and Wav, leaves 8.30 A. M.; closes 8 1. A. M.; arrives 5.00 f* M. Winthrop, leaves 8 00 A. M , closes 7.45 A.M.. arrives 0.00 P. M. Farmington and Wav. leaves 7.50 A. M.; close 745 A. M ; arrives 2 00 P M. Freeport and Litchfield, leaves 6.00 A. M ; close S OOP. M : arrives 10.30 A M Leaves Monday Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thurs day ami Saturday. Everv morning a train leaves Augusta a* 5 30 A.' M ; arrives at Augusta, daily, at b.Oo P. M. ffiaUotorll Dircrtom HALLO WELL POST OFFICE. WESTERN MAIL arrives daily, Sunday* excepted, at 3 27 and 7 52 I' M. Closes at 1U 45 A M. and 8 P. M. EASTERN MAIL arrive* daily, Sunday* excepted, at 11 1 A. M Closes at 3.15 1*. M LIT('1IFIELD MAIL arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays an.' Saturday*, at 10 o’clock A M. Closes Sundays, Tues days and Thursdays, at 8 P. M. OFFICE open, Sunday excepted, from 8 o’clock A M., t 8 P. M. Op-n Saturdays until 8 30 P. M. JTF Box Rent* and Postage on papers, periodical*, kc payable quarterly in advance. E. ROWELL, P. M. Hallowed, May 3, I860. CHURCHES. South Parish Congregational Church, corner of Secon< •md Chestnut Street*, opposite Temple. Rev. Ciias. 0 McCii.lt, Pastor, residence on Chestnut St. Mornin; icrvice, 10.30; Afternoon service. 2 15. First Baptist Church, corner of Union and Frinkli' -treeta. K* v. A. R. Crank, Pastor; residence on Mi.ldl St., between W'inthrop and Lincoln. Morning service 10 30; Afternoon service. 2 15 Methodist Episcopal Church, Middle Street, between Un •on .nd Central. R v. Caleb Fi llkr, Pastor; residenc nt the Parson ige, opposite the Church. Mvrning service 10 30 ; Afternoon service. 2 15. First Universallst Church, Second Street, (cor. of Union St. Matthew* Episcopal Church, Central Street. Re* Leonard K. Stmkks. R-cter; residence corner of Secon. md Lincoln Streets. Morning service, 10 30; aftemoo service, 2 30. Free Baptist Church, Academy Street, between Secou. and UuLllu. Y. MTo. A. Regular meetings ot the Young Men’s Christian Associ ition of Hall .wvll, are held iu the \estry -»f the Ihiptb Church every Monday evening, commencing at 7$ o’cl.tck A cordial invitation is exien led to all, l*>th ladies an gentlenvn, to attend these meetings of tint Association. Prayer meetings, conducted by m-ml'**rs of the Associ ation, are held every Sunday evening— In Burns’ Schoolhouae, Farinlngdale, at 7 o’clock. In 8ch'H»lhou*e at French’s Corner, Chelsea, at 7 o’clock In Loudon Hill Schoolhouse, at 7 o’clock. In the Wilder Schoolhouse, Manchester, at 7 o’clock. At Litchfield Neck at, 2 1*2. BENJAMIN FJWLES, President. II 3. OWEN, Secretary. MASONIC. Kennebec Lodge, N>» 5. F. and A. M. Stated Commo lica ions Wednesday, on >>r preceding the full moon. J AMK8 ATKINS, da . W M. J. E. NYE, S*o’y J YU!wl"in R. A- Chapter. Stated Convocation*, Thur lay »n or Iwfore the full of the inoon. B. F WVRNhR, II P. F. J DAY, Sec’y. Alpha Council. Regular meetings, Wednesday suoceeti ing i lie full of th“ moon, quarterly. I) V VID C A RH1LL, T. M. F J. DAY. R-c’r Trinity Cnmmandery. Meetings at Augusta on th j second rrlday of each month. D CARO ILL. E. C. J. W. CLAPP, Rec’r. TEMPERANCE. Union Temple of Honor and Temperance, No. 3. Reg 1 ular inectingrt, ever* Tuesday evening. J. W. FULLER, W. C. I* . BEN TENNEY, W R Kenpcliec Council. No. 4. Regular meeting* on the fin* md thirl Friday evenings of each month. J. J. JONES, C. of C. C. C HI NT, R. of C Sh« ridnti Lodge, No. 203, I. O. of Q. T. Regular meet mgs every Saturday evening. P. S. BOYD, W. C. T F A. A. ITEATIT, It 8. Allen, Smafl & Co., M AllimSTS, And Manulimturors ot Steam Engines,Circular Saw Mills, Clap board Planers, Nlinlt iiiL', Pulleys, .Mill Work, and all kinds of JOBBING Usually done in ;t flrht-dasa Machine Shop. Also Improved Excelsior Machines, i which cuts two liolte* at a time a* readily as one HOARD PLANERS constantly on hand. No. 1 Journal Blork, - ■ Water Street, fim AUGUSTA, MU. ojanTO CUSHNOC HOUSE. Corner Wintr.rop and State Sts., A ucrusta, ATe. 1'. R. i't LIARD, : : Proprietor. Quests :ti.cen to and from the Cart and Boats Froo. ^RSES £ND CARRIAGES TO LET. tlJal.W WM. CAGE, flat htiiUl and MaiiufaHurt-r of CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, SHINGLE MACHINES, CLAPBOARD AND LATH MACHINES, CYLINDER BOARD PLANERS, AND CLAPBOARD PLANERS. — ALSO, — GRANT'S PATENT EXCELSIOR MACHINES Made to tliu antUfactiou of Customer*. Job VTori done to order. WM. Went End Kennebec i>aux, | 47tf 1C6UTA, «£. GOLD! GOLD! GOLD! .AJD-AJVESSOIW’S BOTANIC COUGH BALSAM! lb MORE VALUABLE THAN • GOLD. TRY IT! TRY IT ! TRY IT ! .IT CURES THE WORST COTJGrII 02* OOXjD IN A Sill >11 r Till K IN LARSS BOTTLES, t - - - 35 Cents. IVo Cure ! No Pay ! FRANK KINSMAN, DEUG3I5T, WHOLESALE AND HETAIL AGEN1 FOR THE UNITED STATES AND CANADAS. Cough no more when you can bo Cured for ;« n C t* n t s ! Tltl' IT ! TI2Y IT ! TI2Y IT ! Opinions ol lilt; Prtss. The Kenneijcc Jocknal h;ia been enlarge.! and is now one of the handsomest papers in the l u:tud Mates.— I'ortlaud Press. The Kennebec Jot UNAL comes to u- this wee* enlarged, and with new tyjK.*, giving t a 'fry nie« tppearame. and an extra amount ol good reading matter.—Simon in Lewiston Journal. The Kennebec Jocknal come® to us much en larged and improved. New type, clear paper, amt a determination to keep up With the tune- will in •>ure to the patrons of the J*jl knai. a lirst-cla-. newspaptr. AN e are pleased to notice these eve deuces of prosperity on the part of our neighbors of the Journal and wish them abundant success.— Bangor Whig aiul Courier. The Kennebec Jocknal comes to us this week dressed in new type throughout and greatly en larged (nine columns to a page), and is n**w. we be lieve. Uie largest paper in the Male, w ith oneexeep lion. The Jocknal is most ably conducted by Messrs. >prague. Owen A Nash, and de.-erves tin liberal support of the party whose principles it advocates. To its genial publisher® we wi»h tm richest success.—Kennebec Reporter. The Kenneiikc Journal was enlarged this week , to nine columns, and is now the largest tolio sheet in Maine. It i® said that the proprietors will issue a permanent Daily’ henceforth, beginning with Liu legislative session*—Boston Advertiser. Tne Kennebec Jot knal of Augusta, will be enlarged, this week, and made the largest paper in the state — Springfield, Republican. The Kennebec Jocknal has spread itself to the -i/e of the Boston Advertiser, and is othenvise mi- j proved, so that it is now the largest and perhaps the handsomest paper in the state.— H’utemUe Mail. The Kennebec Joi knai. of la.-t week appeared in an enlarged form, printed on new type and upon a new press.—Bangor Jej/ersonian. The Kennebec Jocknal, always neatly printed and a hi v conducted, comes to u- enlarged and il I possible neater looking than ever beioiv It i- »n;w the largest weekly printed in Maine.—Machias Union. , . , The Kennebec Jocknal comes to us this week in a new dress, and considerably enlarged, indicat- i mg a prosperous condition financially, and w hich is well deserved.—Aroostook Pioneer The Kennebec Jocknal comes to us much en- 1 larged, and dressed in a spick and span new suit Augusta is bound to grow, and the Jockn al pio- , prietors evidently mean to be up to the times.— , /‘ortiand Transcript. The Kennebec Jocknal has been greatly en larged, and is now we believe, the largest paper in the State. The publishers have recently added om of Campbell’® be.-t newspaper pre.-se* to their al ready verv complete establishment, and are pre pa reil to answer all calls that may he made upon | iheir typographic resources. It takes no backward teps though in its issue it casts “A ••lance Back ward” to it> Ur-1 number, comparing that w ith tie present.—Gardiner Journal. The Kennebec Jocknal, one of the beet weekly paper® in New England, comes to us enlarged tin week. We are gl id to see sneb proof of it- pros perity— Boston Transcript The Kennebec Jockn al comes to n* this week n an enlarged form and new dress. It makes a plendid appearance, and is worthy of an extensive •ovulation.— Biddeford Journal. The Ken n elec Joe knai. has been enlarged, and is now the largest paper in the Slate. The publish ers have had a mammoth Campbell press built pccially for it, and with u new dre».- of l; pi* it i very handsome sheet The publishers should iv eive a liberal support to eomuen.-ate for the heavy uitlav which they make.—Rockland Free Press. The Kennebec Jocknal comes to u- in a new Iress, and mu h enlarged, which are evidences oi »ro®perity. The proprietors of the Mate paper an nergetie business men, and deserve niU' h • rede br this last imj»roveineiit in their valuable iouru..l nd we wish them large success, llnancially, am. •therwise.— Farmington Chronicle. The Kennebec Journal ha® been enlarged an-1 very much improved. New type, new press, new letonnimttion to make a iir*t-el:u»s State papci. Phe Journal never looked ®o pro®perous and w eh o-do, ami we are more than pleased at these evs lences of prosperity.—Ellsworth American. The Kennebec Journal has been considerably •nlarged, dressed in a Hue new suit, from head i< out, and makes a tine appearance.— Calais Adver liter. The Kennebec Journ al comes to us enlarge ml in a new suit of type. The Jocknal is wei omlu ted. readable, industrious in news, an »retty much all that a newspaper should be, ex * p 11 its politic®.—Republican Journal. The Kennebec Joi knai. has been enlarged, an* ,s printed with new type and a new pre.--. It i.- on if the largest and be.-t w eekly paper® in the >Stul« — Eastjiort Sentinel. The Kennebec Journal. This valuable m t taper has recently been enlarged, with an entin h u*w dress. It is printed on one of Campbell’ n-csses—and is one of the largest if not the largo ; o:»pei> in the State. The Journal is now a Unity ix column paper—and the publi-hers mu - C liav* icen at great expense iu making sin li improvi m*nts without any extra charge for the paper - Piscataguis Observer. nkwsbaboki ai.. The Kennebec Joiknai which was large enough before, has been enlarge*, nid is now the largest in.the State. It is printed "i new type and is a handsome a® well a® a wel. edited paper.— Progressive Age. Dieu Et Mun Droit. MRS. DINSMORE’S GREAT ENGLISH COUCH fcCROUP BALSAM. Of llnarhound & Anise Seed, For Coughs, Colds, Shortness ol Breath, Asthma, &c. This excellent Medicine has the oxtraordinnr property of immediately relieving Coruiis. llOAItSKMISH. DlKKiri'l'.TY OF ItIIF.AT IIIMl, \\ llOOl inu ('oi (ill. and Hi si;im>s of tiik Throat. 1 operate* by diesolving the congealed phlegm, an -ausing free expectoration. Persons who are troubled with that unpleasar* riekling in the Throat, which deprives them of rc.-l i light alter night, by the incessant rough w hieh i .revokes, will hv taking one dost*, find immediat vlief; and one bottle in most cases will efleet . •ure. In cases of Croup it gives immediate Relief. Price 50 Cent*. Prepared from a receipt of a Member of th« Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. For Sale at Drug Stores generally. %. .11. UINSIMOHE a VO., Prop's. PORTLAND, ME. For snip in Angui-t* by Jpiivson Rin.riinis; it • ardim r bv B. V. JmUsnos ; in ilallowell by U It Ballard. * taflan&r-im* Sewing Machines! Tie Willcox & Gibbs SEWING MACHINES The Gem of the World and the house pet. Also A. H. Howe, Improved A standard, and one of the mo t reliable Machine in use. Also, the Bickford Knitting Machine. For sale at the store of F. Lyford, Aumistn. Me HU G. W. LADD, Agent. Staiidard IVriodieals for 1870. Republished by the Leonard Scott Publish ing Co., New York. Jndis])ens<d,le to oil desirous of bring well informed on lht great subjects of the dug. 1. The Ediuburgh Review. Tliit* i* the oldest of the series. In it* main fea tures it -till follow.- in the path marked out In Brougham, .Jell'ivv. Sydney Miiith. and Lord Hol land. it* ung.nal founder* aud lir.-t contributors. 2. The London Quarterly Review, w hich commence.- it - 128th volume w ith the January number, wn.- m-i mi tout a* a rival to the Edi.n i.i i.i.ii. It resolutely maintains it* opposition ii. politics, and shows equal vigor in it* literary de partment. 3. The Westminster Review has just cloned its P2d volume. In point of literary ability tin - lit view i- fa.-t rising to a level with it. competitors. It is the advocate of political aud re ligious liberalism. 4. Tho North British Review, now in it-Gist volume, occupies a very high posi tion in periodical literature. Passing beyond tin narrow i>rmnli-m of schools and parties, it appeal to a wider range of sympathies and a higher integ rity of conviction. 5. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine wa- commenced .72 yearsago. Equaling the Quar ter lit •- ui its literary* an I scieiiliib departments, i lias won * wide reputation for the narratives ant. -ketches whirl, enliven it- pages. TXK.1IS ¥OU 1870. For any mse of the Reviews, $1.00 per annum For any two of the lie views, 7.oo ** For any three oi tlie Reviews, lu.ou “ Fur a 11* four of the Reviews, 12.00 “ For Blni-kwood*.- Magazine, 4 «H) “ Fur Blackwood and one Review. 7.U0 " For I’.I.i kwood and anv two of the Review.-. * 10 00 For Bl i, kwood and three of the Reviews. 13.00 ** Fur Blackwood and the four Re views, 15.00 “ s ngle Numbers of a Review, $1. Single Number >f BLckWood, .>5 cents. The ISerietr* are published quarterly 251ai kuood s dlapa zinc is monthly. I**/ nines commence in January. CLUBS. A discount of twenty per cent, will be allowed t Chib- of four or mure per.-ous, when the periodical .re bent to one address. POSTAGE. The Postage on current subscriptions, to an pm it the I'niUM >t; tes. is tiro cents a number, to b uvpaUi at the oilice of delivery, lor hack nun ier* the po.-t.ige i» double. PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS. New Subscribers to any two of the above period .,1- I'm 1*70 will be cut.tied t" receive one of til •'our K* \ ew - fur 1New Subscribers to all tl ive m: y receive Blackwood or two of the Review or l8oU. BACK NUMBERS. Subscribers inny. by applying early, obtain one) 11-uf'the Reviews from January. 1805, to Deeen, »er. 18 .0. aud «>! Blackwood’s Magazine from Jam iv 1S»0. tu December, 18d‘J, at half tne current ubscript'n ii pilee. BiT Ne ther premiums to Subscribers, nor dir omit tu < iub- nor reduced prices for back num .n-. ran be allowed, unless the money D reinittci fired tu the Publishers. No premium* can be givei 0 <’lubs. Tlie January numbers will be printed from new ype. and arrangements have beeu made, which, i hoped, will secure regular ami early publication The Leonard Seotl Publishing Co.. ho Felton St., New York. The Leonard Scott Publishing Company also pub ii-li THE FARMERS’ <il lDE to Scientific am '’radical Agriculture. By Henry Stephens, F.R.S iadiuburgli, and the late J P. Norton. Profes«o .f Sclent: 11c Agriculture in Yale College, New la veil. 2 volh. Royal octavo. IM00 pages and nw iierous Engravings. Price #7. By mail, postpaid $8.00. Iw51 Edward Rowse, 124 WATEll STREET DEALER IN .© Watches, Jewelry, AM) SlLYKtt WAKE ! Agent lor the • Wall hum Watt-li (omp'}, And I.AZAlil S A MC i-rfls> ! *ei-fect«<l Npec-tacles. e*-Sno.-ial uttcutlon i>nid to the repairing of 111 imlp of FIVE HATCHES. Cl)milometer Balances Pjdied and accurately adjusted to temperature usitiou and isochron ism. TIME TAKF i BY TRANSIT. ♦lianTQ-tr 1 Large aud Well-selected Assortment Of Wallets, Bill & Pocket Books, u Morocco ana Calf, lor sun* low by i HRt TITCO-B i DOBB. PRICES REDICED! DRUGS, MEDICINES, I CHEMICALS, AND Fancy Articles, j AT JOHNSON’S FAMILY DRUG STORE, Opp POST OFFICE, AUGUSTA, Me., Where cm bo found one of the largest and bent selected rt.cka on the Kennebec river, aud l'ricet that defy compe tition. PATENT MEDICINES Of all kit.ds and in large quantities sold to #uit puieha.-ers, at Johnson Brothers. CATARRH REMEDIES. B R. USHE8 OK EVERY DESCRIPTION AT JOHNSON BROTHERS. Feather Dusters, Fine Sponges, Carriage and Bathing do., Chamois Skins, OliL-S, PURE SPERM, CASTOR, OLIVE. NEATS-KOOT, ESSENTIAL OILS OK ALL KINDS, AT Johnson Brothers. FINE SOAPS, FRENCH -A-NIG ENGLISH him! Genuine Imported Castile, GLYCERINE AND HONEY SOAPS, 5 Cakes for 25 cents, 25 Cake# for one dollar. Shaving Apparatus, Comprising RAZORS from the best manufacturers in the World ; STROPS ».f all kinds ; the COMBINATION MUG-a navel 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 JLTTIBIIN’S, CAUDRAY’S, AND ALL OTHER IMPORTED PERFUMES. Also a LARGE LOT of TOILET POWDERS. uESTimcEa, AND TOILET ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT Johnson Brothers. PORE CALIFORNIA AND IMPORTED WINES. Fur Medioinal Purpoars. at JOHNSON BROTHERS. SARDINES, OLIVES, PICKLES, &c„ CIGARS & TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS. CANARY, RAPE & HEMP SEED, AT Johnson Brothers. Peoprietora of DR. BENMT'S Celebrated Jaundice Bitten. Persons from the oountry, Physicians and all there, will do well to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. ^ Remember the place! OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, JOHNSON BROTHERS. » ■___________■ MOSES M. SWAN, Watchmaker and Jeicelter, > a w* m V H ► a ► mm a « His Stock embraces u tine line of American and Swiss Watches, in gold and ndrer case, including the celebrated National dr Elgin Watch, Wallhain, Tremont. Bur min. Bonnett, Pardeaux, Jacot, Ac., In both La dle*’ and gentlemen's size*. Fine Gold J owolry, Solid Gold Lconiton Vest and Neck Chains, STERLING A COIN SILVER GOODS, FINE PLATED WAKE. SPECTACLES AND EYE BLASSES, of the mont approved kind*. CLOCKS OF ALL KIXDS. including the celebrated ITHACA CALENDAR all of which will be sold at the Lowest Prices, and Warranted. Particular attention given to repairing all kind* ol Fine Watches. Chronometer Balance* applied and tdjusted to temperature and position. tljan70-tt XoTTrnal JOB PRINTING Establishment! OUB FRIENDS are reminded that having the Largest Steal. Job Frintini EstabMmenl, On the Rmr, and employing COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED WORKMEN! We are at all Ume« prepared to execute in the beat manner and at low prices, all kinds of PLAIN AND FANCY Book <fc Job Printing — SCC* AS Books, Pamphlets, Newspapers, Mammoth Posters, Handbills, Show Cards, Circulars, Business and Wedding Cards, Letter Headings, Bill Ik ads, Bull Tickets, Programmes, Auction Hills, Invoices, Bills of Lading, Receipts, Law Blanks, PLACARDS, SCHEDULES. INVITATIONS, RAILROAD and Steamboat Printing, Ac., Ac., Ac. To all those w dealre ork hi our line, we would say that It Is our Intention to SUIT OUR CUSTOMERS Both In regaid to Prtoee and Execution of Work. ,4era by w>11 or expreae will receive the exme prompt attention ae though delivered personally. SPRAGUE, OWEN 4 NASH, JOl'RNAL OFFICE AtOl'STA AroosTi, Oot. It, 1M9 IirAVTKn I—Arenta. Lartiea or Oentlemen to YY .nil the “MrK OF CEORUE PEABODY Onnvaaaera will And this the n<net saleable book ever published in thi* conntrv The prire is snifeil >o the timer .Now is vnnr opportnnilv to make monev. JOHN HANKEttSON, 2 I Im Street, Port land, B*. t2iJan-JwA3»5 «► MOSES W. FARR, General Insurance Ag’t, LIFE FI HE. Capital Represeilel tYtr 50 Millions. OFFICE, NO. 1 DARBY BLOCK, .tltiVST.l, .1f.ll.1l tljn,i70-tl DEI.L NPIONDS' Fashionable Hair Dressing Rooms, Opposite Parrott & Bradbury’s, Water Street, : Augusta, Her Shaving, Shampooing, Hair-Preying. Cutting. Col oring. Ac., in the most approved style ot the art. Particular attention paid to cutting and curling 1 a dles* iiml Children's hair. All kinds ot llnirtVoik made to order iu the latest style. IjanTO-ly HENRY BAILEY, Photographer, 8 Doors south of Post Office, Augusta, Mo. Melninotype Pictures' ot 1111 sizes made at oy po sition prices. Particular tention paid to copying, tliaii70-;tm The Hally Kennebec Journal, Established Jan. 1, 1870. Notices l>j Hie Press. The first number of the Daily Klnv li l* Jour nal w«# issued fmni tin Journal *>flite on Satur day- It is about tiie size and style **l arrangement as the usual Daily Legislative Journal, ami in ty pographical appeurame will compute tavoiablv, we think, with the other Maine dailies. It is de signed by the publisher* to issue it daily through | the year, but w i tear they will And tlieir enterprise ! which ought to be a paying one. considering the Held it w ill occupy, to prove a losing one. It cost* a deul of money to publish a pa pel these timeft.nnd a large, prompt paying subscription list and a good ly amount ol advertising patronage at rcspectul le rates, are necessary to make a paper scif-Mistaiii ing. and prevent its being a source of embarass im iit to its proprietors. We tender thia new cau date for public patronage our wishes tor its Ilium cinl success.—Maine Standard. The Daily Kennei lc Journal made its first appearance last Saturday. It is a very neat publi cation. and enterprising.-— Bangor Whig. Daily Kennei lc Journal.—With the com incncemetit of the New Year, we received tiie Urst number of this new paper, published at Augusta, by Sprague, Owen A Na.-b. It is a large, seven col umn paper, handsomely printed, and the refuta tion of it- publishers is a suffi* ieut guaranty that it will be live and spicy — York County Independent. The Daily Kennebec Journal was issued Jan uary* 1st, and is to be apeirnanent institution. It is a well arranged, and handsomely printed sheet, and we have no doubt it will receive, as it deserves, a liberal support trom the people of Augusta, llai lowell and (Gardiner — Hallotceu Gazette Daily Kennkhkc Joi kal. We have received the first numbers of the new daily Journal uowr permanently established at the State Capital by the enterprising publishers of the weekly Journal, Messrs Sprague, Owen A Nash. It# appearance is neat and business like, audits editors will*.outl ies# make it a progressive. live paper —Belfast Aye. We congratulate our friends id the Kennei 10 Journal upon the favorable auspices under which their new (lady ha# been issue*i. It appeared mi the 1st of Januarv. in handsome shape, it# column# well filled and showing evidence of sufficient ed itorial ability ami industiy to ensure its entire suc cess. We trust the public will appreciate the ef fort# of the publishers to serve them, and liberally sustain Live entei prise — Maine Farmer The Daily Klnnklec: Journal made it# fiist appearance New* Year's day It is aw* 11 propor tioned sin-id c*f twenty-eight column#, and is in ev | cry way well calculated to supply a want which I Augusta ha# felt for a longtime YY ith the patron i age which it should receive from Hallowed, (*ard iner, and the other neighboring towns, in addition to its local support, we see no reason why this en terprise should not be crowned w ith abundant suc cess.— Dexter Gazitte The Daily Kknwh ec Journal made its :tp ! ucaranee on Saturday. It has a smart and newsy ! look, ami w ill succeed.— Fllstcorth American. I The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour nal, ha# been received. Those who wish to re ceive the earliest and fulled information in regald to the doing# of the Legislature, should subscribe for it.— Fastftort Sentinel. Daily Kennei ec Journal We have received the first number of thi# paper, issued Jan 1st It i# to be pellnar.eiit. ami being the Mate paper, it will be a compcnd of the doing#of the Legislature valuable not only lor the piesent, but for pieserna tion for future reference. It will furnish tally ami fhll repot to of the Mate Convention# of all kinds full report# of the Legislature. Legislative ( ouinut tee, Hoard of Education. Board <*f Agriculture, ami all other matters ot intciesl iclntirg to the Mato (Government, thus making itself useful to a veiv wide circle of reader# ext* r ding over #1! part# of the Male. It will be a ri hi. hie and straighl-foi w ard Republican paper, and ti e first remit) indicate# that it w ill be conduct* d w ith ability, and w ill* field ity to the principles of the pi.ity m v\ hose interest it is e-tabiished It i# of the size of the l>aily Lew - iston Journal — The Sunrise, /’rescue Isle Daily Kennei k< Journal. 1 he advertisement | of this new dailv appears incur column# to-day. It gives the legislative proceeding# ol each day very ! fully, contains telegraphic dispatches, the financial I and commercial transaction# in New Yoikand Bo# j ton, and is in eveiy respect a first-da a# daily pa | per Terms $7 per year, or for the legislative I session.—A ndroset gg'in Hen. Id. Daily Kennele* Journal. The enterprising I proprieties of the Kennebec Journal, issued the 1 first number of theii new daily Jan. 1st. It is hand somely cxe< nt« d. ably « ondu* ted. and des* rve# at least "fifteen hundred’subscribers along tiie river. During the legislature it is especially valuable.— Somerset Reporter. The publisher* of the Kennei ec Journal com menced their daily paper with the New Year. It is a good looking sheet, much #u| erior to the form er session issue#. No thrice weekly will be pub lished — I.ruo Lett in Belfast Age New si a i EHt». Y\ ith the N* w Year w e are greet ed Ly the Daily Kk.nnhic Journal, published by Sprague, Ow en A Nash It is of good size, it* matter is well arranged, and its editorial conduct ! will show the same ability w hi* h has governed the I weekly J< uraal —Fret Dress. Jtockiand. The Daily Kenm ec Jot rnal has reached u», and i# fully tip t*> the standard of »ur expectation#. It* t\ pogiaphical appearance is neat, ami it# gener al arrangtmtnt all that could bedcsirid. YVe hope it will be lib* rally patronized, and it will tc if the people ol the Mate do tlieir duty.—Farmington ( hnmicle. The first number of the Daily KennkuecJouu nal promptly made its appearance on Natuidav, Jan l*t. It is a handsome sheet, got up in a style that does credit to its enterprising publishers.— Bid deford Democrat. With the new year, came the Daily Kennkrec Journal Itisaveiy mat paper, ai d we should think it would be a favorite with the people of the Kennebec.— Gardiner Li me Journal, Daily Kennei ec Journal. YVe have received tiie first number of the daily izsued by the publish er# of the Kennebec Join nal. This i# not to be tei the Legislatuie only, but is to tea p* in.am lit daily publication. 1 licit- is no reason why the laige tit le# iid towns which cltnUi il*it the cipilnl snould not afi(»rd sii) poit to at lens tone daily, even though the railroad uaim-do bring Boston paper# in a few hour# from the pre##. Ine Journal is a handsome sheet, well filled with news and miscel lany, and we trust will be a success.—Belfast Jour nal. The new* Daily. We have received the first number of the Daily Kennei ec Jot i nal. It i» one of the best looking daily papers which comes to our office. 1 heie is no reason w liy Mich a spright ly journal should not start at once on the road to success. The price of subscription is $7 per year. — Calais Advertiser. The Daily Kknnerec Journal made its bow to the public lust .Saturday, and i# understood to be a permanent institution. It deserve# a liberal sup port in the Kennebec valley, not only through the session of the Legislature, of whose doing# it will give Bill report dailv, but permanently.- Haterville Mail. Newsi ai-orial. The Daily Kennebec Journal made its appearance on Haluiday morning last. It i# printed in first-rale style, and manifests a great deal of enterprise in it# management. We are glad to notice that it ha# a good list of subscribe)# ns this city, who receive their papers from a carrier at eight o’clock. 1 his i# a great convenience, and one that should lie appreciated by our people.— Gardiner ^Xutiuiita Daily Journal. This paper made its appearance last Saturday, very neatly printed and lull of matter. Our only apprehension is that Au gusta brethren are giving to** mm h reading for the patronage of a place no larger than Augusta. Success to the enterBrunswick Telegraph. YVehuve received the Urst two or thiee numbers of the Daily Kknnerec Journal, published by Messrs. Sprague, Owen A Nash. Augusta, which is hercalter to be a peimanent daily paper, instead of being published only during the season of the Legislatuie. a# heretofore, it is a bundsoine #ev en-column paper, well made up, giving much agri cultural and miscellaneous reading, a# w(line lo cal and general news. YVe have no doubt it will be ably conducted and wish it substantial success.— Rockland Gazette. The first number of the Daily Kknnerec Jour nal made its appeannee on Saturday. It 1r very neatly got lip.— Oxford Democrat. The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour nal promptly made it# appearance on Hatuiday, tlielstinst. It i# a hin d-* me shed, got up in a style that doe# credit to its enterprising publishers. — Oxford Register. A New Daily Newspaper. We receive the Daily Kennkrec Journal, a goodly sized, well filled aud small appearing paper, published by Metsiz. Sprague, Owen A Nash, at Augusta, the proprie tors of the Old (Weekly) Kenm bee Journal: terms, $7 a year in advance. We hope it w ill be patron ized by our Republican friends, and we think it will he, being the first and only daily issued at the Capi tal—Mm bias Cnion. The Daily Kennebec Jonrnal i# a smart,and enterprising sheet, very neat in appearance. It well (tesei ves a generous support.—Aroostook Times. All those who wish lull report# of the plotted- | ings of the Maine LegLh true, should subscribe tor theDaii y Kknnki ec Jonrnal. It will be sent during the session, for f 2. and contains the new #, A**., besides the matter connected (frith the Legisla ture.—Dexter' Gazette.