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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED), BY SPRAGUE, OWEN & NASH. TERMS: SEVEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM. SINGLE COPIES, FOUR CENTS. VOL. 1. AUGUSTA, ME., WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 23, 1870. \0 70 Jituntkc |flurnal. Published on Water, Foot of Court Street, AUGUSTA. MAINE. BV SPHAGl'E, OWEN A NASH. Sailg Jttmulicc journal. Is issued every morning, except Sundays. Contain, the latest news by telegraph and mail, and gives the proceedings of the Legislature in full, also report* of proceedings of important commit tee* and the Agricultural aud Educational depart* menu. Terms, $7 per annum in advance $8 il partner' is not made within the year Single copies 4 cents, to be had at the boolutores and at thi* ofllce. Advertisements one inch in length, three in sertiou* or less. $1.0u; 25 ct». for every »ubbcqtmut iu*ertion. Longer advertisement*, or those inserted for any considerable length of time, will be inserted ai favorable term* to the advertiser. Special Notices 25 percent, additional. Amusement Notices, $2 per rquare per week Mleehli) itcmicbcc journal, Publ^hed every Wednesday morning, !• the largest tolio paper m the state*, containing iic v*. poliiia.il article*, agri -uhural and scientific m ilt *r. t il“*. po -try, anecd »te.-, household recipe*, markets, A'*., Ac. T-tnus 12 per annum in advance Transient Advertisements, $1.50 per inch foi first week; 25 cents per week i"i each subsequent insertion. Special Notioes, $2.00 per inch for flr-t week; 40 v.jpi* per week lor each subsequent week. Easiness Notices, in read.ng columns, 20 cents per line for flr»t insertion ; 10 cents per line for each •ubaaqiymt insertion. All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. Daily Express Line! Ii KICK'S Kennebec & Boston Express! ON* ml alter Feb 21-t 1*70 Briok’s Kennebeo <ft Boston Express will run betveen Boston. Port I md. Brunsw »ek. Kiehmond. Gardiner. Hallow ell Augu-ta, and all intermediate stations. Goods Forwarded to all parts of the United States at Low Rates. Having had three year-’ experience in the Ex prc»ri between the K -uni bee and Bo-ton, the pro prietor hopes by -t. t ttmiion t<» bu.-ines* to merit a fair -l .are of the public patron >ge. AGENTS: B >-ton. B. It >inith. 57 Kilby Street; Portland, Q L T.othmp ,t Co . P7 Exchange *t : Augusta, J F. Pierce; U miswiek K. Crawford; Gardiner Palmer A Co.; Richmond, K F Hatch; Hallo well. C E Fuller. ttofeletf C. H. STARBIRD, Pbiitographer anil Artist, .\KIV GRANITE BLOCK, Nearly opposite Post Office, ;Up Stairs,? Makes ail tho best style* of Pictures in the Art. PICTIRES COPIED-k ENLARGED, — AND — FlnMird in India Ink nr Colors. At prices that cannot fail to be satisfactory. 49-The public are invited to call and examine Specimens 1n-vt* and tini<he>l at hie rooms. AUGUSTA. ME. HlanTOds H i- e w Htor'n Hotel, SKOWHECAN, ME. r | A f 11 ^ largo un.t conuiio'lTun., i-* sitiifitoi at 1 tin-h.:ul->r th<- F ills mi the Kenm-lwrivrr.il> tl>o eutrrpri.iiig villuga of skewlu-gnn, the leriniuu* of the Portland A Kennebec It It This i- one of the be-t arranged Hotels for family borders there it* in the State, and a better place for Summer report, cannot be found in Maine. The 1 beat of water, beautiful drive- on the bank* of the river. Ashing and sailing pond-in the vicinity, trout brooks, where you can c «tch an abundance of the spotted brook trout any day in the year. Price.- *or permanent or transient boarding are very low, so our cu-tomers can afford to come often and >tav a good while. \V* alao have a large airy -t iblc to board horse* for the guest* that wish to bring their team* with them Vl-o one of the be»t half-mile t1otting pat k in fa-* state, i* connected with the llou-e free for |h * gue-t- to train their horse- or drive for pie .-11 re. tlTj in-tt 3. B BREWSTER. Proprietor. BATH HOTEL, 33y CJ. M. Plummcx-, RAT1I. ME. Rortr/l, - - $1 per 7M//. ♦lljun-ly Photographs & Melanotvpes, At the same OLI> PLAC'D, At the »ame OLD PRICKS, rii i 9 1-0 u’jtf Pictures in Cards for 50 cents. 4 1-4 *« *4 44 50 44 4 1-4 •* in Card envelopes, 50 cts. 1 5x7 “ in Mat, 50 44 10 TIST VPES for 25 cents. A good assortment oi FRA SIKH. AMiim Ac.. now Oil haiiit. ^9* Particular attention given to copying. 5 D ior* south of the Post Office, irdl’STt, MK tljan70*:tm II- I1AII.KY. Cotiorli Cnndy I lirEtDR^BrRtl'S corcsil CANDY cures \\ COITGHS COLDS. WHOOPING COl GH and all Throat trouhies. 2 Doors south of Granite Block, Market Sq. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Tfftnoy Goods, c£30., soul liy lanl-lyt _ 'V. WKXPKMtriln. Wire Worlis Saccarappa, Maine. Messrs. WARREN & PENNELL, AiroiTLD Inform the public that they mamifae* turo ami keep constantly on hunt! every de scription of IRON WIRE, mail* from the best material. Special attention given to Spring nnd Mnclilnery Wiici Also, Wire Uuued, straightened and cut to order. tds* BOS W O B T EC IIAVIHI KLIIOVER TO (2 Doors south of Bridge street,) which has been expressly fitted up for his business, whet will be found a VERY LARUE STOCK of SPRING WOOLLENS! Of tlio Latest Fashions, WHICH WILL BE CUT AND MADE UP TO ORDER IN THE Very Latest Style, ALSO, WILL BE FOUND A LARCE STOCK OF Heady Made Clothing, -AND Gents’ Furnishing Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. R. T. UOSWORTH. Augusta, Mar. 7th. 1S70. +7mar-:f • i lli; PLACE TO HIV PrcucL, Eugene, Solo Xj -ntlicr, And all kind- of common T 11 A V E R Tj I >T O T R IJ X Iv B ! Abu, Ladiub'i,nd Gout.-' TRAVELLING A SHOPPING RAGS, is at HAMILTON & TURNER’S, 135 Water Street. The Right Plate to buy your It YRNESSEs, and got the celebrated IH'NN II YRNEss. j. at IIOIILTO\ A TtKWK’S, 135 WATER STREET. The chea]M/'t place to buy WHIPS. CCIlRYCOMBS. BRLsIlES BLANKETS. SfR( INGLEs, HAL TERS. Ac., ia at HAMILTON & TURNER'S, • 135 WATER STREET. HARNESSES! For Burinesti, 1‘lcusur«*. To tilting. Trucking. C.irlltig A E \ pressing. Manufactured from GOOD OAK ^Tot’K. and by the bopt of workmen. 'Ve would remind the pubic tli it ou. II.inic^s look all the premium-ottered at the laf=t State Fair —lour in number. Al-o tlie ih>t preni: mi at the bite New Kugl.iud Fair. A* our customer* are duly iutorme.; lli.it our Harnesses arc Mac lime Stitched—\re would in rite them aud the pabl.-’ gem r.dh to call an t examine the l uye-t -t*- k d re idy-m d>* Harue--ep ever of h ied in tins cilv. and we vv.ll oouvim e t.iem that we m ake the be-t H VM> a*i'M'CiI£l) work to be had for the same amount of money, and il‘Wt. don’t have on hand vvu.it ;■» want. i. can make it at short notice. Sample* ol t» d*t ijiit Oroide > Her, Covered, aud dapauued Trim u-’d 11 mie.-s, may be »«*tu at our salesroom, NO. 1R MIDDLE STltEKf. HJ3NKY DCJNN A SON. For fegulo l>y Hamilton Ob Turner, 135 WATER STREET, - - AUGUSTA, MAINE, til tub tf Opposite! Deering & Holway’s. MANSION' HOUSE, STATE STREET, : : AUGUSTA, ME. I'11 IS lime is provi.l.*.! iritj. Bath Rooms, where 11 »t iu I Coll Baths can Ire hut at .nil if*. It has also a first-•.'I us Hilliarl lloll, for u sts o ily. Co i i rt'- l with the 11 •us.- is a Urge i<l comm > lions Simpl- It > >tn, <m Wat r Street, utr illy i k:ite I, wh -r • Sample Agent* can show ■eir go Us, free or charge. fa ■ »*r >pri t »r, thuuful f >r the liberal pttronage lich th; a'» »v* II .use h is *?nj lye l since us open * ues pl-i.ur .a informing Ins patruis that he II rn i f r • C irri iges to ami from toe Cars ami • its u itil lurth r i *tiee t'ii «*f 1 w t i t i ■ th .V II U'*'* is a Livery Sti le, wh-ire g>>l t-i:n» cn hvl at re n amble rat s. W M TllWKR, /*roj)rictor. G. I*. CnctlKA t K, C lei k. THE SILENT SEWING MACHINE! AS A FAMILY ASSISTANT, The Willi-ox & liihbs So wins Machine! Will l»c foil ml to excel sill other*. The ease with which it runs, its ready adaptation to all kinds of work without delay or hesitation, it* quiet fidelity, iis Superior Strength and Durability of Work, arc points that astonish mid delight ill who make its acquaint inec. Ladies who are unfa miliar with this Machine, do not yet know the full blessing and comfort of a Sewing Ma chine in the family, though they may possess many others and think they are satisfied. In proof of this assertion is the significant fact, That its strongest advocates and most enthusiastic admirers arc always found among those who have used and arc most familiar with ol/ur leading machines. From the thousands of testimonials from all parts of the country, wo select the follow ing from the city of Augusta: AUGUSTA, March, 1870. Having used the XVilloox A Gibbs Sewing Machine in oar respective foind es upon all the various kinds of work required, some of us from one to six years, others lor a shorter tuuo, some of us also being familiar with tho use of other leading machines, we cheerfully reoommoud it as a most excellent family machine. It runs easily and quietly, is simple and easy in its management, does not got out of order, is always ready, its work is strong and durable, and in all respects gives most entire satisfaction. Mrs. S. S. Brooks, Mrs. C. F. Penney, “ John McArthur, “ Enoch Sampson, “ H. M. Potter, “ S. (}. C. Pullen, “ A. M. I.yford, “ G. B. Hoyt, “ li. XV. Cross, “ A. J. Hcynolds, “ C. E. Page, “ H. G. Smiley, “ T. C. Hoyt, Mis* Minnie XYoart, “ c. II. Starbird, Mr. Thomas Wadsworth, Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Agency, At Store of F. I.YFORD, ' touur AtJOXJS T-A.. THE KENNEBEC JOURNAL. (Established m lbU5.) Enlarged and Improved. A POLITICAL & FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Not Excelled by any in the State. Just Enlarged and Printed on New, Plain, and Handsome Type! Having Full Reports of Legislative proceedings; oarelully prepared Political Articles. Facts and sta tistics; Local. Domestic and Foreign News; Corres pondence; Talcs, Poetry, Agricultural and other Mieceliuncou* Matter. Ao Increase of Subscription Price—A Goad Time to Subscribe. The Weekly Kennebec Journal. The Kennebec Journal is in the Forty-fourth year ol its age. it has just been enlarged, and la now a THIRTY-SIX COLUMN PAPER, Us size not being exceeded by that of any other paper in tile stale, and oui pasted ny but lew m oilier States. Il WJLI. CONTAIN Carefully Prepared Pol ti 1 Arti le*. Fact®, Stnti*» tie-, >peeclie- and Extra' l-; Full Reports ol tile lhoceeding.- ol the M..ine Legi-Ldure; Reliable lulbnirilion in relation to mut ter* pertaining to the Mate t.overu me.it; la-port-. ol the Doing- of Congre-- : Local and *iate Nitt:-; Mimiilarie* ol Do me-tie an t Foreign New.-; Report* oi the Mu ket- i t IL.ine find Abroad; well -<?• lected I ales. Po«• t r y . Agricultural and >»llu 1 Intel e-ting and Foetid Kc . ling for the Family; al-n Correspondence from Abroad and original Aitides upon subjects of licn’l Interest. It ha- been enlarged from Twrnty-llight to Tliiity-Mx (oluinm, in width, and proportionately increased in lei.gth. and is printed -<u an Entire New Suit of Type, Making it one of ll.e Handsomest and Most Readable, as w ell as one of the CHEAPEST PAPERS IN PRICE, published. The price of subscription has not been increased on account of enlargement. Now is the Time to Subscribe! Tl.HMS $2 00 per annum in advance. $2 25 at the end of six months, and $2.50 at the end ol the year. Published every Wednesday. Daily Kennebec Journal, Will be issued every morning, (Sundave excepted,) on and alter the first of January. Will give Full and Accurate Reports of the Proceedings of the Legislature from day to day; Report-of Im poitant Hearings before* Committees; Abstracts ot 1 ii-mi-g.on* in the Hoards of Education and Agriculture; will have the Latest News by Tele frrapli tue same a* other dailies, and will also lave Editorials. Correspondence. Local* and the u-ual Summaries of New s, also tlm moot Import ant Speeches of the Session. The Discussions in the Board of E hi ’ation will give New and Additional Importance t«* the D.MLl Jol’unal, ao it will contain reports of them. Terms, $7.00 per year, $2.00 for the Session. Member* of the I.egi-1 dure will do their con -t.tm-nt-and them-elve- a favor to interest them -elves in getting subscriber* to the above publica tion- Tiie Duly keeps up that correspondence between the People and their Representative* through their I.egi-1 live Report*, which i* uecco -arv and agreeable to both. No Tri-Weekly will be published. Those peison* who de-ire a full report of the Legislative Proceed ing.-, mu.-t subscribe for the Daily «j<*i knal. IV>-tmaster* and Members of the Legislature authorized to take subscriptions. The Weekly and Duly Kennebec Journal are published at Augu ta, Maine, by SPRAGUE, OWEN & NASH. Oysters! Oysters ! Oysters! 7'/-'/ Thrm ! Ti'n Then- ! ll^K receive our Ov-ter* fre.-h from th ship at Portland and open them ourselves, a id you get them tre-h from tin* shell. You will also liud at our market a good s.ipply of Frr-b Fish. ItrliiiKi clam-, Nlliil.i'd ll.llihKl. I*i im.- !\o. I Uackcrcl, and a general a*sortment of Sail anti Cori,»*d I'i-li ! Cushing & Ilolmes, Near Railroad Bridge, WA'l ER ST., ) .II LT ST,#. .f#JT, S, W. HUNTINGTON & GO,7 iYhoIrsalt Denim In GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS1 190 Water Street, ‘aijgusta, IVI3S. S4 Devonshire St., nosTonr, MASS. S. IV. Huntington, S. L. II u n t Ins ton, Bin). Huntington, Ilia.. II. >u»oa. fillob-ly HENRY BAILEY, Photographer, 8 Doors south of Post Office, Augusta, Me. Melainotype Picture* ol ail -izc* mode at oppo sition price- Particular tentiou paid to cop} mg, tlJau7(KJm GOVERNMENT OF MAINE, 1 870 . GOVERNOR, J user a L. Chamberlain, Brunswick COIN' IL. 1-t District, Uranus O Brackett, Be rwick. 11 District, Willi, an Bearing, Portland, 3d District, William Rogers, Bath. 4th District. Ambrose 11 Abbot, China. &tli District, Edward It. Spear, Rue Aland, titli District, Joseph W . Porter, Burlington. 7 Hi District, D. R. Hobart, Dtumysville. LXbt ITIVK OF* Ic *.RS. Franklin M. Drew, Brunswick, Secretary of Stats. George G. Stacy, Kt tar Falls, Deputy Secretary. Jaii.es R Miiiiseu, Portland, Chief Clerk. B B. Murray, Jr., Pembroke, Adjutant General. Augu»: * L. Smith, Augusta, Clerk to Adjutant General. George N. Page. Norridgewock, State Pension Clerk is Adjutant General’s office. W iin.iiu Caldwell, Augusta, State Treasurer. Pylvai.ua l aldwell, Augusta, lreasurer’s Clerk. Parker P. Burleigh, Linneus, Laud Agent. OOVE NoE T STAFF John M Brown, Portland, Colonel, Assistant Inspector General. Eugene k. Sanger, M. D , Bangor, Colonel, Assistant Sur ge n General. J ids-It •Camp, uith rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Bolden Connor, Thomas W Hyde, George Varney, Nathan Cutler. A'.Vrt 0 Morgan, Lewiston, Mil t?ry Soc’y to Governor. Prciiti-s M. F 'gler, Augusta, Messen'r to Gov. and Council. Benjamin F. Harris, Mactuas, Supt. of Public Buildings George L G >odalc, Brunswick, State Assayer. Cyri.s F Brack’ tt. liru swick, Suite Assayer. Daniel Winslow, W estbrook, iiisjiector Gen. of Beef A Pork David Fernald, Camden, Inspector General of Fish. Geo F Diiii .gham, Uhitowi., Agt. Penobsc itTrilw Indians G' F Wadsw- rtl , E.istport, Agt. Passanmqu'y Tribe In Albert Paine, Bsug- r, Bans and Insurance Examiner. Asa W Wildes, akowhegan, j Samuel H Blake, li i:igor, £ Railroad Commissioners Sol inun T. Corner, Portland, ) SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. John Appleton, Bangor, Chief Justice. associate justices. Edward K -lit, Bung' r. J >i a« Cutting, Bangor. J utha i G Dickerson, Belfast’ Char.es \V Walt 'ii, P wtkmd W .. .on G. Bari w?, liruu-wick. Charles Danforth, Gardiner. Ru.'US p. Tapley, SaC ». ATT-iRVET O X ERA L Thomas 11. Reed, Portin' l. INSANE ASYLUM. Ilenry M. Harlow, Al. 1;., Suj>eriutendent and Physician. lligcK-w T. aanboru, M. D , Assistant Physician. TRCMEEii AV; ham B Laph 11.., M. l- , W - .s-.-ick. President. John T Gilman, '1 D , P rilami. I• r. M. K Ludwig, Th •inasTou. 11' . th- ' \ Fr ,?i, Spr; .gval --. lion. A. li. Wake tied I, lia ig.»r. STATE prison; Warren W Rite, War leu. LI bridge Burton, Deputy Warden. IX4FKCTORS. W i.'.inin WiDnn. lluu. Ruins Prnce. STATE REFORM SCHOOL. Ilun. L. W. IVoodbury, Superiiiiendent^ TRt?TKF>. II m N *ili W ..»U, Rang .r, Pr-si lent. NN EG ’Ul*l, Portland, S-cretary. 11 Nathan Da «\ \ tr.-l. I reasurer. * II .1 reniy \N I*. rt« r, Sir ng. Tol.ias L->r i, Stundish. sT A IE" t < -LLKntf I'E A .RI< t I.TI RE AND TnE M EC HA VIC ARTS Trustees 11 n Abner Coburn, Sk<*w began, President. Hun. Thomas S Ling, Augusta. II NN ham P NN i ig.it'-, Bangor II i. L> ad *n Oak. Uitrl.uid. R<-' . San u 1 F Dv. Bath •I C. Ala Ijgan, 11 niton. 11 n. l?aial> St .tsi a, Rang r. Treasurer. Samuel Joinis u . A. Al., «»r >no, s cretary. Exeatttie Committee. lion. Win P. Wingate, lion. Lyndon Oak, Hon. TL-inas S. Ling. Examining Committee. J—hu » L. < hand* rial i, LL. D ; 1U*\. Ainory Rattles-, lion. Tli- Uiad S. Lang. Eacuity. Merritt C. Fernald AM., Ai ting President and Professor cl Mathematics and Physics. Sarau I Johnson, A. Al., larin Superintendent ami In structor m Agriculture. Stephen F Peckhatu. A 'l . Professor of Chemistry, lalvin < utter, Ai. D., Lecturer on Anatomy, Physiology and IIygeuc C'-ry I"U R Likin. Instruct r in Book-keeping. Cajit . a llcury E. Seller?, Uaugor, Instructor in Military Tactics. BOARD OF AGKICl LTl RE. Sai: uel Wasson. hllsw rth, President D 11 Thi..g, Alt. Vernon, \ ice President s. L. G >o*!al*-, Sat-", Secretary. Al. t . F-riiald, Omnu. ) 6. P. Peck ham. Or-'iio. t buries L 1 Linden, W iterville. } Alembert at Large. < vrus k Brack- tt, Brunswick. , George L. Goodale, Brunswick. I MCMBiRs VR- 'll Cor.VTir*. S*-th Sour, man, for Cumberland C 'unv, Scarborough. NN'Jdrs P NN aik* f, Sagadah -c C unity. T psluUn. NN mi un Swett, Oxford County, S ut i Paris. Levi L. Lucas, S*»mer»-t C- unty, St. Albaus. Ir t Dm-. York County, Saco. 1 hjah B Stick* p"|e, pcnnbscr>t County. Kendutke&g. Samuel NN'ass-ui. II me -ck County, Ellsworth. J N ;i num l*utii.im, Aroostook County, Houlton. Jeremiah it N »rten, Franklin County. Avon. I.uth r chaiidMriai-i, Piscataquis County, Atkinson. M - - L. Wilder, Washington County, Pembroke. 1?,-. .o II »*-, Knit’ unty, a *uth 11 q»e. Daniel 11 Thing K* nneliec County, Alt Vernon. George i. Brackett, Waldo County, Belfast. /.. A Gilbert, An lr sc •g'giri County, East Turner. Calvin ClfitiiP crlain, (State S viety,) Fo.xornft. John Bodge, Lincoln County, Jeffers *n. COMMON SCHOOLS. Warren Johnson, T pel mm, State Su|*erintendent. Joseph F. Dunning, Clerk of au|* riuteiidcut, Portland. i orNTT bL'Pi KVIaout. At. I rose -ggin, C 11. Stetson. Lewiston. Ar W T. Sleep* r, Sh rmun. ( umtK rlan l, J 11 Uet»b, (J •rliani. Franklin, A 11. Ablaut, Farmington. IlKims k, » hark* J Abb -tt, Cast pm K- nnelv c, W 11 Bigvl -*w, Clinton. K'.mx. O M Hies. It •cklami. Lincoln, I> S. (Hidden, Newcastle. Ovt r l. N T Tru •, Bethel. I*eii« >mc t, 8 A Plummer, Dexter. Piscataquis, \V 8 K i-wlton, Mor.ion] Sagadahoc, l>. F l* tt r T -pshxn . 8 -m nit.;, G W. Hath way, akuwhtfgaa] " i. I •, N A Luce, Freedom, 'V.ishington, W. J Corthell, Calais. Yuri , >1. K. Mabry. MAINE EDUCATION tL A580CIATICN. Pr <ldent« J II H inson, U ak rviile. \ i.- -pregidei t, C. C. R un !«*, Farmington. StcreLiry and Treasur- r. C. B. Stetson, L ulatoa. ex; < i Tivr CoM M1TTKE. J II Hansen, Chairman, W itervllle* B St-:» »n, l/owigton. A P. m >nPortland. .1 S liar ell, Lewis.on. \Y J >hnson, To|M*mm. C C. K -until*, Fanninirt'm. J. I* Gross, Din-^wick. (L T. FI- teher. Castine. J 1L Webb, Y*rm utli.1 CO M MITT E E i N ST AT E V A LU AT ION. J *hn P llulibur l, Hiram. S th Scamman, .Ho- rb r Alvin Currirr, Farmington. Sehemiah ?m.irt, 3-‘ur*mout. AUI Pr scott, Canaan. Reuben 8 Pr»*8C»tt, 1$anger. Partnmn H -ughton, Eastp.-rt. Enoch Knight, P..rtland, Cl- rk of CumnilMions] STATE LIBRARY. Joseph T Wool ward. Librarian. Shooting Turkic. m. w. i. o x SUCCESSOR TO //. .V. LELASD, GUN SMITH And Dealer In Shooting Tackle of Every Variety. RIFLE AND SHOT GUNS made to ORDER and WARRANTED. Particular attention paid t«* Choking Shot Guns to make them shoot thick and ! strong A Iso on hand, the bent lot of Ska tea in tho market, for sal© cheap. Odd keys of ©very pattern. Key tugs and rings for Hotels Powder of the be*-t quality for Planting or Sporting Re* pairing -ion© neatly and promptly. All work . warrant©*!. ljan-)/ Committees of Ihc Legislature. Joint Standi.vu Committees. On the Judiciary—Messrs. Lindsey of Somerset, Lane ol Cumbeiland. uud Ueed ol C umberlaud. of j the.Senate; Messrs. W’luddvn of < ulais, Barker of j Stetson, Smith of Saco. Bonney of Portland. Blins ! of W'.-odmiglou, Powers of llouiton, and Vooe of W niterporl, ol the House. On federal lleUdion*— Mewsr*. Cleaves of Oxford. Lind-ey ol Somerset, and Ueed 1 Cumberland, of the Senate; Me--a- Burke) of Stetson. Slone of, kenncl'Uiik. MeGilverv of Sear.-port. W hidden of Calais BurgebH ol Portland. smith of Warren, and | Jordan "I BrmibW u k. ol the House. On Muttony Af'air*—Me-.-rs. Gibbs of Cumber land. 's»*aliev of Fork. and HaUbOu of York, of the Senate; \les-i>. White >>I Bangor. Duncan of Kit ten-, Spaulding of Lichi.ioiid. Phillips of Weld. Sturgis ol blandish, Dennett <>f So. Berwick, and Alexander ot Belmont, of the House. On Count and frontier Defences—-Messrs. Morse of Sagadahoc, Cushing «>f Waldo, and Tallmt of W . -hington. of the .senate; Me *rs. Blake of Au burn. Brawn ol Oldtown, Moulton ol Porter, Ames of Jefferson, Mayo of Windham, Paige of V iuuI haveu. and Gates «*1 liobbiubtoii. ol the Hume. On Railroad*, lCuy* and Jirldgen— Messrs. Cubb ing of Waldo. Morse of Sagadahoc, and Holland of Androscoggin. oi the Senate; Messrs Minks of Luck-noti, Twiti hell of 1' u tlund. Foster ol Arg\ lc, Farweli of Augu-tu Lane of Hollis, Patteu of Bath, and Dickey ol Foil Kent.of the House. On M*r 'untile Ajfuii o and Jrinuranit—Messrs.1 liii 1 <d ILiticot k, Carvill > f Cumberland, and Met* all of Lincoln, of the Senab ; Hol brook ol Freeport. Chamberlain of Lilsworth. Blake of Auburn. Warren of Vea/.ie, Gannett of Lath, W, it- ol Thom.u-ton, and Hauling of Gorham, of the Hoil.-r On Legal Reform—Mem *. Lane of Cumberland. Ncalley of \ oi k Cleaves ol <ixford, of the Senate Mc-.-ir Baker of Augusta. llumphrev of Bangor llarnmuu ol Belfast, Hume of Cherry field, Spauld ing "i llii lunond. Barton of Benton, and Mildvain ol Wells, ot the llou.-e. On Ei<iiation—Messrs. Buffmii of Penobscot. Fren* h ol Fiatiklin, amt Minot of Kennebec, of the senate; Messrs l arvell of Augiuta. Humphrey of Langor, Bounty ot Portland. G»»tt oi Leeds. Il.dhoiii of Pitl-iield. smitii of Lilt ulicld, and Daggett ot sir. \g. ... the Hou.-e. On I. an I'd ci.<l Jlunkiny—Mo.-t-rs t ’a d <*1' I,; coin Uecd ol (. unibt ih.nd and Gray of Kelincb# . , • 1 the senate; Mc.-.-i Dunning of Bangor, load «'.* W'.l iitl.oro'. 1 v. it> lu .1 •; Boifh.nd, W ateilion-#* of l’oitland. Bisd of If-klmd B..liner of Gardiner, and Ail.-.in.- oi Biddcloid. of Hie House. o.: Ayiindto at— M • Lang •»! Kennebec, Gar* cei 'ii "J Waldo, ami Baiikit • J Hancock, ol the Sen r> Greene ol’ Wilton, n • •I sum-. 1'litirlcMigh ol N#.*w burgh. Wentworth of N«»rtii I».■ l \\,ck. .Moidfoii <1 Boiler, Bunthbay ol I .tnbdoli. and D I::.; •>! LinO'li cl the lion < on M-. >ni <i- tu rt .•• — Mom ~ lla -"Hot \ ork.Ginb «»1 C i.uil.miand, and Mayo <*l l*ir eat. ipu-. of the senate; -i- llani ot Lewiston. Buirintun «il How tioiahain. ( "le ul ( ape 1.1 /.abeth. 1 «•!' A i> I i l. Lewi- • t' iMt-toii, Itindi.ni "1 IJ.ddelord, and < ou-ins "i Kem.. hiiiik, "Vt. of the lloii-e. ' /; i a-. ; II ft ■ I , ! ot of Wild ton. limit!.. 1 enob- at. ai*d Gdh- of Cnn t.c • land, oi tiie senate; .Vc-.-r-. Hammond ot \\ * !• brook, l'ol-om of >k>>w began. M< < ,ilv, ry of sr.,r poit Bcaree of Lewirton Co\ • ! L.t-t Mm bias, Il.iimlton oi Uiono, and skinner ol at. Albans, oi the Iloii-e. On Staff lands and Staff 71-ads— Mcs-rfc I.png • •I Kennebec. King Imi > oi Beuob-eot. and Webb ■ •I soim,-.-1.1 "j the senate; smith of Hoi.guon < lockctl < I! ». ki; ud. Davi- . i Ltibee L -ii o| shcimaii, Martin of liujnlbrd. Cha-e of Winn, and slniman of Gunmen «»1 tin- House. On />iii<hn > t J i nr ns—Me-i-i- Webb ol somer -et, 1 .1 a \ K« 11 lie In c, and Bal lie It of Hale 1" n of tin* Senate; Me -r NV;i--on «t snrry. White of B iigor. We-t'-n of l*.»land Kimball of Bethel I I • • 11.)•-■»i "I Hallow# Ii. -noth ■ l Bar.*on-held, anti J’caviy ol Whiling. < I liic* li"ii-■*. on fdi'iri ni of < tandn.> — Me rs. < arvill of ( him* Borland. Tom-> "i Kia-x and K-ng-bnry of I’eiiob .-cut. of tiie senate . Mc-t-r.-. Tobey of Athens. Berry ol Luxi- n. M il ken ot TreniouL Ma.-on ol ILruiii W id.a of Leif l airlh l l. i>"tigin.-s of Na* pi# -. ami Adam- "f Mac held, ol the ll"W-#* On Jnrorporidv ii . /' I o ns—.Messrs. Holland of Audi •>.-< oggm, ( ollm-oi A . o»*-lo< k. ami ( arvill ol ( m:.bell.n i. >i the senate: Me-.-rs. Los-ol Ab b<.it. ( u.-lmitr of salney Tobey of Athens. C lark ul ilolnen. Libia v of Limerick, Colton ot Troy, and Bean oi ( l inili. ol tiie House. On J-1 -/o / (,.—Mer. r- Bartlett of Hanco#*k, Met call < t Lincoln, and Carletou *T Knox, of the senate . Messr-. Mean* of llri-t# 1. Stover of llarp.-* w#l! * !iae of Wood* took Mean- of Sedgwick Bartlett oi Harrison, Newcomb ul' Brewer, and Bigg.- "1 i M*orgct w\ ii, in the House, i On Indian Affairs—Me-sr-. K iigsouiy of I*enob* -*ot. liolh ol \N a.-hingtoii, ami I ullev *>t Benobseot. in the seuate ; Me--r Bradmrdol La.-Iport. Braw n «l Oldtown, Blown ol An.-« n, «.oul#l ol Albany. McLain of New Vim y. rd. Cam|>bell of Deer Lie. and >aig#. ii! ot Hernton. of the Hou.-e On (hums—Me-sr- unite ol W i.-hington. C aide ton ot Knox, and Coliius of A roo.-took. of the Senate; Wveers. lb- • Washington, Clark ot K« admdd. Boyd »d New ( a .-tie, O u | 'till of Gould boro’. Bhinimtioi Lisbon Holman of Ihxiield, ami Whiteliou e ot si Geolge. of tin- ib.'iiec. on Rtnsions—Me-sis I uller of Bem>b«cot. Gibb ol Cun bet land, and Huberts .,r ^ oi k, ot tin •-eiiate; Messrs Gannett of Bath, stirknev ol Bie.-que Isle. Grecnleaf of Lilgcoinb. W ilson of Bradlord, Mill- «d Bivoksvillc Brackett ol < uni b* rland. and M«Bengal oi Meddybeinp*, of tlie House. On Insane TJogjdtal— Me; -*rs. Gray of Kei.nebC' . Webb <d Somerset, and Gibbs o: Cumberland, of the Senate; .Me -r- M ill of l inty, Sturgis oi Mandi-li, Burges- <»i I ..uland. Burbank of Acton, • 1 < lies of Nurw; v, Bierce ol Mat hias, and Jotdan ■ •I Minot, of the llou-e. Oh llefovm —Messrs. Nerdlev oi York. Buck 02 Hancock, and Talbot oi Washington, ol the Senate; Me-.»>. Snckney ol Brestjm* I.-le, May ol Wmthr--p. i •igiiton id Yarmouth. W h tm \ ol Lx« t. i . Wheel-r • d c hestei v.llc. Hum an of Kit terv, amt Ben y oi l> imari.-Cb tt , of the IJou-e. On 'state / /..••,-Mr* n- .Mll;»t of luiillt l)o' Gaivclon of W .duo. and K"heit- of V<ik. ot the Senate: Me-.-r Hamnc ml of Baris, Cole ol Cape Fiiznbeih. Cornlbrih ol tairtli Id, Bean e of Turner Hit.-sey ot saiigei vdlc. Anna ot Jefferson, and liay <»l I lai i .igti.n. <U tin* I hntse. On f'vliii JiuHitinyi— Me-si- French of Franklin. II- ilaii' ot \ii-ii ggin. ai d T«*m*v ol Knox. o. the Senate; .Mor-r» C ro hell o| Uo, Llnnd. Ail. n ■>: Corii.ua. I • ;*i of I a. mo.. L -v\ i- of Libcity Boar'born of F Itnoulh M* K w a oj Boothbay, ami siiei iiian ot lie boio ot' the House. On Library— Messr- Heed ol Cumberland Cleaves ol Oxloid. and Cu.-hii g d W aldo, oi the 'i nute, Me.-si s. skinner of st Aihun* Cousin* of Kennebnnknort. Mi son ol ILr: m. Niekemon of '•wain die, Wentworth of North Berwick. A«»ungof Ilancoi k and sawyer of C»tai oi the ilou-e. Standing CoMiin itts ok liot>» . On Engrossed Lilli— Me»si*. Cusl ing ol* Sidney, B ige s «•! Boi tl ltd N n kersou « ■ sw :n v lie. Vore d Winterpoit Baitatt of llarrieOn, Ciould of Al bany. and Gnpr il <»i GouhBhoi o’. On Hills in the Third Residing—I!tune * f Clieny ihld. Chase ol Wood-t> k. smith ol Lit htaii, 'Ll Irani of ’.V. Ur,, >,.•.* ,1 ling ot K.chmoud, Main of Co tv. and Hathorn of B tt - P**l» i On l eave of Absence— Burlington ot Bowdohiham. II. milton oi Omno. Gate- oi IC'bhiiishm, Btnbunk • l \ ton, Bean e of Turner, Brown id* An.-"ii. ami Sherman of l-le-boro. On Hay Rail— Fol-om of skowhegan. Smith of Hodgdon, C ro. hi tl oi Ibx klaiid. Kimball ot B> iln;l. W . teib« u-e of Bortlni'd, B awn of Oldiown, and Adam- of Biddefnrd On Change of Xaaits—Cbase of Wood-tack. l>urimg «o Lincoln, < In-e oi Springfield. .Mmbn of K'.nntbvd. Ad on- of M; ytli Id W h t« Ionise of >t George and .Mcpougal i.f* Mi ddy i emp-. On County Estimates — Blake »*: Aubum. Irish of Sherman, May of Winfhrop, Meara • Bf tol, (.Iminbeil >n of Lll-woiih. lo-tc <d Argyll-. 11*1 1 brook oi Fret pint Branford ol L • t| ojt. loa-in of Kennelaiukpoit. i. • mett "> B. th. J’obiy of AtluMi- Lew i- of Liberiv. W het lei of i li -tel vill*-. Clia-e id W ni-toek. F -s of Abbott, and Sherman of (niden Oh Finance—Twit hell of I’ortland. McGilvery of >«-ai - poi t. Bearn- of Lewi-hm Batten of Bath. Barton of Benton, lteed of WuMohoro’, and Adaim o 1* Biddefonl (hi Elections— Smith of Sane Bow era of Houltoii, flam oi Lew i-ton. >t-.v. i oi ll.irp-well. Ilaue - of \ a.-salboro'. Biawn •:! Oldtown. and smith ot War* ri u. (Ill-Ill llll|tl'WV*'lll«‘llt III Artificial T c c t li. nit. SNELL INSERTS Teeth on Rithhkk by a new proecrs, by which the plate i« made ms thin m* a metallic base; at the same time the plate i» flexible, and less liable to break. This mode insures likewise the certainty of a perfect tit. Having purchased the erriurire right to use this mode in Kennebec county, 1 shall be happy to show its peculiar advantages to any one who needs uru fleialteeth. 60 Winthrop Street. Augusta, Jim. »th, 1870. ttHjau-3wJtS»6 gtisccUamj. TWO ROYAL BLINKKKHEYDS, I lie pistol shot of the Duke tie Mont* pensiur, which put an end at once to tlie lite ot Prince de Bourbon and to his own hopes ol succession to tin* Spanish throne lias been heard through the telegraph all round the world, and 1ms excited a natural desire to know all about these “meu of the time.” The Duke de Muntpensier was the fifth son ot Louis Philippe and Marie Amelia. At the age of twenty he was sent as lieuten ant of artillery to Africa, where he took part in the Algerine campaigns which \ ernet has made so magnificent on canvas, lie received a slight wound in the face and promotion with the cross of the Legion of Honor, and afterwards made a tour of tlie Fast, on his return from which he was married in 1810 to the Infanta Marie Louise Lerdinande do Bourbon, the sister of Queen Isabella and fust*cousin of Prince Henri, whom he has just killed. This marriage was regarded as a master-stroke of policy by Louis Philippe, and the ex citement and irritation it caused, it having very nearly involved France and England in war, will longbi remmembered. The LUike accompanied his lather and the vest ot tlie family in their Right to England, upon the breaking out of the revolution of l»i8, but shortly afterwards went to Seville where he has lived ever since. He re ceived tin title of Infant of Spain, and wjis made t aptnm-Cjewra! of the Spanish army < Jetot er 10, Its .0. llis eldest tlaugh ' 'r, the lVinee-3 Marie Isabella, was married in lSd l to the Comb de Paris, who it \\ ill I i reeol'ei ted, - i \ ed lor a time on the stall of (i. no nil McClellan before Kiel nioud. Sii.ee Q leen Isabella was de throned. tin Did.e has fern engaged in mil l.. <• - tor tin mown, though he earnest ly protest* that i.e h i- never had an idea ot tie -in cession. N-e long ago, he was nominated lor die ( . m - and - i-'ained by a po'.viitul lody of tiicud . bat el ill r.ot gam hi- election. Prince Ilenri do Pom! on was the second son ot 1-mi.cis, i roll er of Ferdinand \ II King of Spain, and was therefore the ! rotlier ol Frai.id'Assis. the con si (Tt of Isabella. II In Id die lilies of Duke of Seville and Infant of Spain. lie was for several years tie t influential in the poli ties of Spain, haling been ill all respects tic superior ol I i- brother, \\ ho distrusted him, I ut ‘ptum lied with the Queen in the matter ol In r paitialilv lor Marlori, and in In,7 a loyal de, i v e depri. ed him of his rank as Infant and ot l,i- position as Vice Admiral ol tlie Spanish licit. For some months past a bitter feud lias exi-ted between the Duke de Montpensier and himself, and recent insulting letters of the Prince led to the fatal duel. The Duke was in the 47th year of his age, and the Prince in the forty-eighth. Pure Drugs & Chemicals joj: sale At the Lowest Rates ! 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