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The best bread man is a baker. He kneads to be such a man. The travelling in the country never was worse. People at Boothbay are already making preparations for summer visitors. We know of some who are getting ready to go. Mr. Barker’s six tenement house, the re constructed Uni verbalist church, is receiving a coat of paint and being put in readiness lor the occupancy of families. A discontented Hunker writes: “i would not live always, 1 ask nolle slay. Whim Phillips and simmer have all tlieir own Where Senates hold negroes while I am li ft nut. Ami where cm the women now pul me to rout!’> How many apples did our first jiaronts eat in the garden of Kden? Eve S and Adam For further |inrtieulars inquire at the hospital fir the insane. Warden ltiee left the city on Saturday with Cotton, convicted of rape, who has been sen tenced to a term at the State institution in Thornaston. The statement made in several papers that the Uowdoinham hank robliers had entered in to a compromise witli the persons who lo-t hy the robbery, is without the shadow of founda tion in fact. It is hard to conceive from what source the sensational story sprang. Judge Weston of this city, is eighty-seven years of age, and yet his step is elastic, his body erect, and his mind as clear and unfail ing as when he honored the bench. He is able to attend to all the details of his busi ness. It is reported that a Maine man lias pur chased a tract of marsh lands in South Caro lina for the jiurpose of raising frogs for the Northern markets. We are not informed whether they are intended as lingers or for table use. A fellow named O'Brion, just out of jail, wlio was creating disturbance on Saturday afternoon, being slightly intoxicated, gave the police a trial of speed through the street and up Court Hill, lie was captured and now feels perfectly at home in jail. Capt. John W. Pldnney came near losing his life Satuiday morning, lie weut on to the ice in the river to secure a jiiecc of timber, the ice gave way artd placed him in a perilous situation from width he was rescued hy th« timely assistance of Mr. Howard McKinney. Cajn. A. Clark, Register of Deeds, wa« at tacked on Friday afternoon with hemorrhage of the lungs, while engaged in the duties of his office. Ho was immediately taken to his house where he lies ill a very prostrated con dition. Saturday morning he hied profusely, rendering prompt medical assistance ncces sory. We are glad to learn that lie was more comfortable yesterday. The surprise party on Friday evening to Mr. Ui*o. W. Ladd, a worthy and disabled soldier, w as one of the most successful affairs of the kind that has occurred on Cushnoc heights tide season. About fifty of Ids friends were present. They brought (lour, butter, and various article.* for family use, besides quite a purse of money. The presentation remarks were made by Mr. Ebon Packard. Mr. Ladd was too happy to respond. The annual election anti installation of offi cers of Augusta Lodge F. and A. M. will take place, we understand, on Tuesday evening of next week. After the exercises the lodge w ith invited brethren will sit down to an oyster supper at the Cony House. The arrangements are in the hands of Elisha F Illarktnan. Zina O. Sprague and Chas. B. Morton, who w ill no doubt see to it that the brethren of the “mys tic tie" are abundantly supplied with materi als for enjoyment. The Gardiner Journal speaking of Mr. Going Hathome’s manufacture of lemon and orange boxes at Kina, says : Those logs are peeled, not sawed. That is. the -trips, alaiut an eighth of an inch thick are peeled off the outside around the log. till it is so small it cannot he further peeled. Hasswood logs are used the same way for picture frame hacks. Mr. Hathornt has about timber enough for another year, when lie will,abandon his mill —and then the land will grow up to wood-. II. W. Morton. Esq., of this city, was acci dentally wounded by the discharge of a pistol on the Utli day of February, being at that time In the town of Fatten. Mr. Morion was fortunately insured in the Travelers Insur ance Company of Hartford, Conn., by David Cargill. Agent in this city, and has received compensation for four weeks total disability. This company is tiie pioneer accident compa ny in America, and is is-uing from 25.00O to 3.”>,00(1 policies per year, and has disbursed over Sl.OOtUlOO among some 12.000 policy - holders in payment of claims for death or injury by accident. No other company in the world, of the same age, lias paid so large a sum in benefits to Its policy-holders. The Belfast Age thinks the legislature did a handsome thing in rewarding an old patriotic mother, Mrs. lletsey Reynolds of Burnham, with a pension for life. Sim is tile widow ot John Reynolds, and she sent four sons, two sons-ia-law, ami one grandson to the war j neither of whom returned to tell their story. When the war closed she was left with thirty one orphan grandchildren, made so by the war. Seven of these have been taken into the Hath Asylum. She had been to Hath to visit them, and on her return, she was taken to the Augusta House and made tin honored guest. The old lady was quite diffident, and said she did not like to stop at taverns and be gazed at. Supreme I u didst Court, March Term. Charles Danlbrlh, J. Presiding. Kiiidav amt Satchpav, March 25-G. William Murray vs. Hartford Fire ins. Co. Libbey for plf., Bradbury for lifts. The case was opened to the jury Thursday afternoon, and the testimony closed Friday night. The onlv question involved is the amount of loss suffered by the plaintiff, by a lire in bis tav ern house at North Vussalboro'. Council presented their arguments Saturday forenoon and the case was given to the jury at 12 o’ clock. They found for the plaintiff and as sessed damages at $1,0G1.19. Adjourned to Monday at 10 A. M. | ‘ Shoot Folly as it Flies," and stop udn ju -par.v i Clous on vour head wInch are eoiuiio «-.! <>| poisons. Use >utlire’s llair Restorative. wliseh l*\ it-rleau lines.«. fragrance and purity comineuds »t-df. See advertisement. DiciJ. In Windsor, 21th inst , of consumption. Georgia Aeldest‘laughter of .John It. and .Mary A. Meiggs, aged 27 years ; 22d Inst., Cyrus Linn, aged 74 years 5 mouths. In Portland, 2.»th in t . Mrp. Ithoda Thompson, aged 7»year ln Wi-eassel, 12th inst . John Comery, aged G7 years 7 month-. of Maine. Resolves in relation to the iiublieation of the Revised Statutes. Resolved, That booh n*« may he ultei the clojsC of (he present test-ion of the legislature, ti »• govern or an<l - 'Miii' i! are hereby authorized and dire led ! to eon tract with the responsible person or persons, making the lowest bid, for the publication «>f tlie re vised statutes of this state, together with tl.e con-ti t ition thereof, the constitution oi the I nil- -1 Mates, the repealing act, and mh Ii other addit • ie as are nece-san. . hi a «tvle not inferior in printi*. paper and binding t-> that of the last edition oft:,.- revised statutes, and tin* person <»r pel -oils with w hoiu stub c-noract i- made. e-b^li be required to supply the -tate u ith two thousand conies. The governor and conned are hereby authorized t-> make .aid eon tract upon mi h terms and conditions us they deem | nccess.arv for the tad *r#fct* ot llu* state. 11'$'>1 vc'l, That the -eeretary of state if hereby di rected to secure the copyright of sthd revised stat utes for the me of the - Lite, and that nr. cltion of the -nun* shall he published by any otlu-r person than the party or part - - with whom the -aid con tract is made, until alter the expiration of live years from the lir-t day of February in tin* year ofoui Lord one thousand eight hundred .aid s e\ enty one. : Resolved, That t he said fifteen hundred conics of the revised -Minutes, belonging to the state, shall when ' printed be depo-iled b\ tin* person or pi r oils pub- ; li-hing l!ie same in the olllco of the se retarv of [ state, an-l the secretary is hereby dire*1 t d to dis- | tribute the same in the -aim* manm r a- provided by res..l\e approved March thiity-lln-t. in the year j oi our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fitly- . seven, and a- now provided by law. Approved Mai - h 21. 1S7G. STATE OF MAINE, > .Si * i:i.| Ai:\’s I > F F!'' . Al oi s I A. M ir. 2'>. 1870. 1 PROPOSALS for the publication of the Revised Stal ute- a* -f *ted i'i the foregoing ret** fives, w ill be rveive l and opened by the Governor an 1 < oun cil at their next \«don. on Tnosdav, April 5th. FRANKLIN M DREW. mai*2S-*t apro Secretary ! Mate. MIMIOM), Filth Edition. Corrected and revised by tho Author, E DE F. LI RTIS, M. I>. F. R. C. Ac., Ac., lute Surgeon Turkish Contingent. V MEDICAL LSSAV on the C\iu*e an-l Cur** of Premxtitre Decline, showing how he .tli is |«>-t hii-1 low regained. It giv. s a dear >ym>p is of the Impediment* to MaKUIA -K, the treatment ot Nhd: voi's and Physical Dkihlity, Stfrii/ity. Ac.. ami the romed!•*-, therefor.—-the result- -.f twentv v«* :iV successful pra«’tice; together irith on infalli ble reeipc of a Lotion preventive of /finea-ies There is no member of society by whom this book will not lw* found undid, whether such thmb« n holds the rel it am of Parent. Preceptor. - r Cl« *rgy man ”— I.- ndon Midi ul Times and G-izetU. Sent by mail on receipt of One Dollar. Address the Author, D*t. CL’UTl.s, it Chapman street, Boa ton, Muss. mar2s-teod.ini A GENTS WHO SELL OI’U NEW WORK Pi.AIN HOME TALK AND MEDICAL COMMON sEN>K.M I! are no competition. There never w* - a book published like it Everybody wants it Anybody can sell it M\NV A .ENTS \RE NOW MAKIN * $100 A W K1 K I .11* Wf' k ub i'i*. 'M2 pages 2Mo 11111-»r .tone. P: i - -idv £ *.25 ity-*u want to make ta »m y and do good, send f-*i our 24-page ein ulai. *« t your t. rritoiy and go to u-uk . t once. Full table of contents of this wonderful woik scut free on anpli nit inn. \ddre«*. WELLS A COFFIN. 4.12 Broome St N y. ni'r2S-*e.. 11 m A w A Free Gift to All / nIM/S IMII I MATIf 1*1 EES. To ! thinmitic, Neundgia and <r«*m -ubjeut'. ) •i -ample box of 11»■ -e Pills* ; will 1*** given by F W Kin*- \ man. Water -t Autrn-t:i. and 1 for *ab* by all Apoth- aiie- at : 13 rent' per box: S b< \e- $ 1. 0. A. HILL, Proprietor, roii n. vsn. me. Somerset & Kennebec Railroad Co. r|MlK -to* khoMi-rs of the Somerset A Kennebec I Ka lio id C ompany arc hereby notified to meet at the Treasurer’*; Ofln e, L\ AlT.l’8TA, On Tuesday, the 29th day of March inst., at 11 o’« lo. k A M . to make -in h arran .• -incut- in regard to building an Iron II, .dge at \uu i-t,i. end forming <t perm it,ent connection with the Portland A Kenneh • • li . iioad Company by lea-e. ••on-oli ii.iti<»n or otherwire. a- -hall b.- found e\i limit. Al'O to -mi on any other im-ine-.- that may cotue before them. A T THOMPSON, secretary. Augu t M ir. 1.1, 1S7U. ♦17m;ir-4iiiA I w i f Portland A Kennebec Railroad Co. \MKE UNO of the -to kinddersof tin Portland amt Ketun hee Railroad Company will he held al the Treasurer’s oiliee. IN AT <H*STA, On Tuesday afternoon, March 29th, at ;• j o' |,. k to a i uiMiii the ifin -tmu m .mi-oli dating flu-i ap t d of n.iii road with the cap ital -to k of tlu -ouu-r-. t A K nneh,-, Radio.id f onij . u\. and to ,n t upon any other hu.-mews that may come before -aid meeting .1 v (_ C 'III SC. -« i. dry. Augusta, Mar. 11. IsTO. th-mar-ld The Home shuttle S e w i n j»- M n chine I This CNEQCAT.I.EIt MACHINE make* the Lock Stitch, aliko on both Sides, Ila- a Self-i 'iuniting Ttn'l>n. and adapted to ever' variety of -FWINC. PRICE, - $37 2 MISS HELEN IIINKI.FY, j NO. 9 WESTON STREET, I f*2" m a r-2 \v A pro lit. United States Mail. IHyV-IKTEJ. Post OoFKICE Ih'l’ VTtTMF.NT, I Washington, March H 1870. < Propoaala w ill 1m- receivel at the Contract < >ftiee of thi- Department until .5 k 1’ M. of Thurs day, Max •'* Dio ,t<> be decided by tlu* 7th . for car rying the mails of thu Tinted States lVotn July 1. js;o r-. June .10, 187 <m the following rout.-- in the state ot '1 one. and by the schedule of departure. and arrivals herein -perilled, viz : lia From North Fi x clun g t.» Fryehurg (entre, 8 inile- and ha* k, thr**e times a week. Leave North Fryeburg,Tuesday.'i'liur day,and Saturday at f» I* M.; Arrive at Fryeburg Centre by 7 I' M _ Leave Fryeliurg A 'entre, Palin- days at 7.10 1*. M ; j Arrive atNorth F. veburg by 8.10 I*. '1 103 From Mechanic -‘Fall-. by West Mmot.Ea-t Hebron. llwekiicH. and L.r-t Sunnier, to Hart ford. 21', mil- - and bark, three t in a week Leave Mechanic*.- Fill-, rue-day. lhursday, and Saturday at 7 A M ; Arrive at Hartford b$ 2 IV M ; Leave Hartford. Monday, Wednesday and Fri day at 7 \ M ; Arrive at Mee-bani Fails by 2 IV M. Proposals Ibr *i\-timea-a-week service invited. For forms of proposal, guarantee, and certificate, and al-o for in-tru turn- as to the condition** to bo i embraced in ilia contract. &«., st*e advertisement of November lft. 18**8, and January 8, 1870. inviting propo-al- for mail service in Maine, to be found at the principal post offices. B d- should be sent in sealed envelopes, super scribed, •Muil Propos/ds. State of Maim and ad dressed to the Second Assistant Postmaster Central. J NO. A J < KK-sWELL, i 4wll Postmaster *.'eneral. NEW CARPET STORE. -AT— T.AM ASTIMt IIAIJi, ('orncr Congrr«N axt«l Centre Street*, PORTLAND, MAINE. The subscriber will open on Monday. April 4th, one of the largest and best assortment* of FOREIGN & DOMESTIC CARPETS iit lli.‘ .tale. Al*.o, , WINDOW LACES, DAMASKS. SHADES, CORNISHES. MATHESSES. FEATHERS, paper iiAiTarNoa, &c„ at WholcMilv and Ho tall* The above good* nn bought at the present low prices, and will be sold accordingly. I 2*H GAUDSKB JOUDAN. Continent] Life Insurance lo.'y, or \i:w vonii. OFFICES. Continental Building, Nos. 22, 24 and 2G. Nassau Street. New York. OFFICERS. Justus Lawrence, President; J. I*. Rogers, Sec’y. New I'.ngland Biamli Bo-ton Post” Building. Devonshire Xreet. earner Water, Bo-ton, Mat-. Bvu\aki> Bi:«>a., Managers. The me->t aw'cessjt/t Company ever organized. No. ol Policies i-sued in 18<J9f 8.776 Amount insured in lsRs», $21.2hi.ooo Annual Premium - in In'k. 2 377.000 Assets ol tin-Company. Dee. 31<t. I HOI*. 3/>00,l<r2.80 Profits of the < ompanv annually divided. All Policies uotiforte;ting Thirty day- of a race ul lowod m p.iViucnL of premium* and the Policy held good during the time. No penult-? required for travel. Purely Mutunl ! Dividends to Capital ^to<-k being limited to seven pereent. .'legal intere.-t Policies granted upon all of the most approved plans. AGENTS WAN’TED. with whom liberal arrangements will be made. a. iiobi:rtm>\, funnr-tf General Agent, Augusta, Me. For Sale. A Ijurge Two Story House, 1^11 and Outbuilding*, IVith 3 ftm-H of I^auil, finely located on Hangar Street, Augusta. 43" This is a nice rei idence to be sold on Very Liny Term**. Apply to Mus. B. F. Rigg.h, ou the premises, ♦ilfeb-tf Notice of Appeals. V * Intern u. Revenue, v Assessor*© Office ‘id Di-trict of Maine, / Augusta, March 22. 1870. > IN conformity to Portion 9, of the Act of Con gress. approved July I3lh, le noth e i© hereby given that appeals. rt lidive to any erroneous or ex cessive valuation.-, usse-.-im-nts. or enumerations, returned in Ike annual i.-t for l-7<», by the assessor or assistant usse-sors of the third asse-smeut dis trict of Maine, will Im; received and determined by the assessor, at hi© office iu Augusta, From the 1st to the 50th of April, 1870, The laxv provide© that •nil appeals to the asses sor a- aforesaid, shali be in writing, and shall specify the particular < au-e, mutter, or thing re specting w hie h a decision i*» requested, and shall moreover state the ground of principle ol error complained ol." PEI DEN* CONNOR. t22mar<& 1-itd Assessor ;>d District of Maine. Bonds for Sale. 810.000 IJON’nS OF UNDOUBTED SE( UKITY paying over 10 per cent, interest. For Salo or Exchange, For F. S. or State of Maine Bonds, — AT TIIEIR — Highest Market (Quotation?. B E POTTER A PRO. Freeman© Bank Building. Augusta, Mar. 17. 1870. tl7uiar-l\v THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CD., OF II 4KTFOltO, CO!>\. A s set 9, $27,706,47920 Mirplus. ' computing Re-Iusurance by N. Y Legal Maudard., 9.071,875 26 Income for 8.978.751.25 Total Death Cl..ims paid to date, 9..*xii,9b7.00 Total Surplus Premiums returned to the Assured, t<» date. G,765.680.00 Dividend Payable in 1870, $2,300,000! Total Amount Insured, over $177,000,000. Tlii- Company i- purely Mutual, there being no ^ >t *ckholders to absorb any portion of its funds, its j •m phis belonging w holly to it- members, and being j •quitubly apportioned among them in Annual Divi lend.-, or returns o! -urnlus premiums. In • 'inparisoii with other American Life Compa- ! ide-, the I'lNNW iK i r Mu i .u has conducted its ui'iiu*>6 at a Lower Average Kate ot Expenses; t- Claims by Death have averaged le-s. in proper- 1 ion. than tiio-e <d any other 4. or.nany having a ©uf- j licient extent of business to test tJie law ot mortal ty;and It-Asset© have been uniformly invented at a net ate of interest exceeding that realized by any simi lar institution. The m cssarv result of li;is economy in manage- ; meiit. careful selection ol lives, and highly produc- i :ivc mvc-tments. h.ts been that tin* (.'uv'Kcria i , Mi i i vi. has Horded Insurance to its menibersala : l.e-s Average Cost, than any other Company. It- investments are Securely and Protitably made. ! tnd contain NO i omnuited Commis-iom*, Fancy j Mok-. Pet>oual securities, nor any Imaginary or Unrealised A-set-. Bey ond doubt, the Covm otic i t Mutual is the ( ■strongest Life Insurance Company in the World; i it- ratio ot Asset© to l.iabilitie-. as measured by the i New York Legal M iiidard. i $155.50 per $11)0; j ind it grants all desirable form- ot I too; ran.-i upon j -trntiy r quirahie Terms, and at the Cheapest At tainable Kate - of Cost. M. W. FARR, Agent, OFFICF. >0. 1 DU!BY BLOCK, UGFSTA. ♦2 Imar-lxvk Knickerbocker Mutual Life insurance (onipany OF NEW YORK. EUASTUS LYMAN, • • President rpill.N is one of the oldest, most reliable, and best X divideud pt.yiug coiupauies in the country. ASSETS OVER $7,200,000! I.iber.il arrangements will be made with Agent9, and they are wanted iu all parts of the Mate. Apply at Al’GlSTA, .UK., 130 Water Street, iip-Nlairw) to CHARLES WHITE, Manager for Maine nml New Haiupr-hirp. March 42, 1870. t44mar*tf Paper Hangings! A FINK ASSORTMENT OF Stamped and Machine (!<dd. Satin, White Blank.*, Buff amt Brown PAPER HA\G1\GS, BORDERS, Paper A l.iiirn Curtains, Of the very latest stylos nml In groat variety, just received, which we oiler at Low Vrices for Cash / Beale 6c Farnham, 205 Wntcr Street. Augusta, Mar. 10, U70. Uuiar-Ow BY TELEGRAPH — TO TIIE — Daily Kennebec Journal, j [Hy the Western Union Line—-Ofliee* (dramte I*ank Hiuldin# and the State House.1 FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Washington. March 2D. IIorsK. Speeches were made by Mr. Hay , of 111. against the* protection system, and in i favor ot a large reduction of duties and inter nal taxation: bv Mr. Strickland of Michigan , in advocacy of the protection of lumber and copper; hy Mr. Bird of X. V. in favor of ad vancing tlic farming interests as the best means ol insuring tin- prosperity of the whole country; hy Mr. Hill of X. .1. in favor of pro tecting American production*, ♦'specially pig iron; by Mr. Iiurdett and Mr. Donnelly on behalf ot the protective system, and at four and a halt o’clock House adjourned. I FOREIGN NEWS BY CABLE. Part*, March 2G. The Trial of Prince Bonaparte--!! is reported Acquittal. The Proemaier General made his argument j in the high courts at 'fours to-dny. He | opened his discourse witli an energetic de nunciation of the political party to which Victor Noir belonged. He made frequent references to-the Marseilaise. a journal he said lull of blame. Nearly all the evidence of the prosecution was set aside by the Pro curer, who, however, demands the condem nation of the Prince because the shooting was not in self-defence. The Prince was much excited during the delivery of this ar gument. M essieurs Laroux and Demange, the conn- | sel for the defence, both denounced the Mar seille. I he court will meet again to-mor row, when the verdict is expected. Later. A later despatch says Prince Bona parte ha- been acquitted. The jury were out one hour. The news of his acquittal produces everywhere immense consternation and as tonishment, and is the universal topic of con versation. As soon as the verdict was an nounced the partie civile demanded one hun dred thousand francs damages. In conse quence of this demand the Prince was not released from custody. He was exceedingly indignant because he was not allowed to leave the court instantly. lie said he wished j to show them he was not af aid of the menaces ; against his life. London. March 20. Irsh Church Convention. The Irish Church Convention In session have after a warm debate decided to invest a portion of their funds in American and other foreign securit ics. Terrible Conflagration. A telegram from Bombay reports a terrible conflagration in the town of Cotnptah, near | Nagpoor. in the precidency of Bengal. Over 30u houses and 2.500 bales of cotton were j destroyed. The loss is immense. FROM NEW YORK. _ New York, March 2C. Mowing Machine Factory Burned. The works of the Walter A. Wood Mow ing ! Machine Company were partially destroyed j hv fire this morning. Loss $140,000. In-' nsured tor $24..‘»00. Temporary buildings ] will he erected, w hich together with the Cal edonia Mills belonging to the Company, un harmed. w ill enable them to fill their engage ments promptly. Mr. Burlingame's Succcessor. A St. Petersburg letter says J. Me Leary Brown will be successor to Mr. Burlingame’s position in the Chinese embassy, but that the Chinese Minister will continue to have chief din ction of affairs. Election Frauds. Notice for an arrest of judgment in the case ot Brooklyn election frauds, was denied yesterday. Sentence will be pronounced on Thu 8 lay. Sad Accident--A Family of Five Yvilled by the Falling of their House. Beni. Donnelly, his wife and three children were killed, and a fourth child fatally injured this afternoon by the falling ot their house on forty-sixth street, which was destroyed by the blowing down upon it of an adjacent unfin ished building. Severe Storm. ! A severe storm accompanied by a gale has | prevailed hen- all day. hut no serious damage lias been reported. In Baltimore twenty buildings were blown down. FROM SAN FRANCISCO San Francisco, March 20. The Fire in the Gold Hill Mine. The fire which broke out in the gold hill mine about a year ago i« still smouldering among the timber swell hundred feet below the surface. Legislature of British Columbia Discuss ing the Subject of Confederation. The Legislature of British Columbia is dis cussing the subject of confederation. The general tone of the members is in favor of a form of government similar to that of the Eastern provinces. Railroad Accident. Cleveland, Ohio, March 26. An employee of a railroad Co. named Rob ert Couch, and a farmer named Alexander Moore, were instantly killed aud horribly mangled by a locomotive in this city hist night. They stepped from one traek to an other to avoid a passing freight train, and tile night firing dark the engine was not observed. Attempt to Commit Suicide. I'ortlann. Me.. March 27. A voting man named Ornn llilton made an unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide this evening. He was discovered by his wife hanging in an unoccupied room, and cut down before life was extinct. Temporary insanity caused the act. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. New York Produce Market. Nrw York. March 26. COTTON—sales JLUOO bales; mid. in lands 22 V FLOl It—late 4133455; round hoop Ohio475/$300; wee tern 443g<*lQ; bouthern W HE AT —sales 45,000 bn; No. 2 ( hicago ppring. 107 a I In; No. g Milwaukee -priug, HOglU, winter red ami amber western 1213127. COHN—Uew mixed we.-teru, 'itJC* jlv"; old do 102 in stoiv. OATs—etatc 01 yi.j; w e.-tern 5^57>*. 1‘OICK—mesH j>.50y 20,73. LAUD -team rend 14yl4%; kettle do. l.r>315‘,'. BITTER - bteady ; Ohio U«2fl; state 25y45. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, March 2G. FT.OCR—spring extras 355$ASA. \N Hi:AT— No. 1. 65(187; No. 2. 7*5y70>,/. OATS-No. 2, 37. K\ E—b toady at W; for No. 2 HAlltVY s th e at 4‘jjJfXi for No 2. MESS l*OUK—25.75fe25/j0. LAUD— H\ Pure Drugs & Chemicals FOR SALE At tho Lowest Bates ! TOILET ARTICLES, FRENCH, ENGLISH, & DOMESTIC SOAPS, ca.ufiioii ice, Dentifrices. English Cold Cream. ! Coudray’a Cosmetique and Pomade, I Bay Rum. German and Domestic Cologne, Hair Oil**, Dressings, Reatorera and Dyes. Perfumery, Sachet Bags, Toilet Powders, Moth and Freckle Lotion**, Camelu*. Balm. Laird a Bloom of Youth, Hagan’s Magnolia Balm, Barnes’ Mag nolia Water. Shaving Cream and Soaps, Shaving Brushes, Razor Strops, Nail Files and Cleaners, Tweezers. Hand Mirrors. Dressing Cases, PUFF BOXES. irony, tortoise shell, non.v Dressing and Pocket Combs, FINK COMBS, Nail, Tooth, Hair, Hat, and Clothes EIUUBIIES ! TIieriuoni«‘(«‘i’N, Work Horn, FORTE MONNAIES. Pocket and Bill Books ! Feather Dusters, PAINT & WHITEWASH BRUSHES, SPONGES & CHAMOIS SKINS! Cigar Fuses, Cigars and Tobacco, Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics. Welcome's and Fitch's Remedies, and all the popular Patent Medicines, }Pitre 1 trays, Chemicals & Family Medicines, Frcwli Hrosscd Herbs, NEATS’ FOOT, Laid, Sperm, Olire, and Kerosene OIIiS, tfcc., efco. Ssr<. all and examine, and you will find PRICES EXTREMELY LOW. 1'hyr.wioPrescription* carefully compounded from pure Medicines at all hours of the day and night. A. C. DANA, Bnit.otsT .mi Apothecary, Successor to J. P. Deeping, No. 7 Union Block, Water Street, Augusta, Me. ly 47 Allen, Small & Co., MACHINISTS, Anti Mumifneturers of Steam Engines, Circular Saw Mills, Clap board Planers, Shafting, Pulleys, Mill Work, and all kinds of JOBBING Usually done in a first-class Machine shop. Also, improvrd Excelsior Machines, which cut-* two Bolt* at a time as readily as one HOARD PLAYERS constantly oil hand. \o. I Journal Bloch, - - Water Street, *3in AUG L’STA, ME, 5jan70 First Letter Foundry In New England. .Commenced in 1817.1 . Boston Type Foundry Always noted for its Hard and Tough Metalf And its large varieties of BOOK AND JOIB TYPE, And lately tor its unrivalled IV o w spnpor Fnee». j Elcctrotyplng Done in all Us Branches. ] Address orders to J. A. ST. JOHN, Agent, 55 Water Street, - - • - • Boston. ! _ SUPERIOR TYPE METAL. Long experience and the utmost care are nece« sary to ensure good metal, even with a knowledge of the best combinations—therefore, the safest way j is to buy of the oldest established Foundry. NEWSPAPER STYLES. Our Newspaper Faces (body, two-line, and dis play are of our own cutting, and the best made, as a glance at the papers we lit out will prove. BOOK FACES. Our special Specimen of Hook Pages shows great variety, adapted to all kinds of work, including our Revived Old Styles, the most perfect embodiments of the letters of the last century.yet presented. 45tf WM. CAGE, MnrlitiiKt and Jtamifarturcr of CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, SHINGLE MACHINES, CLAPBOARD AND LATH MACHINES, CYLINDER BOARD PLANERS, AND CLAPBOARD PLANERS. — ALSO, — GRANT'S PATENT EXCELSIOR MACHINES Mode to the satisfaction of Cu.-tomera. Job ITork done lo order. WM GAGE, 1 Wed End Kennebec Dam, 47rf AlT.rSTl. WK. Aut of Fascinating, by Adah Menkin*. Shows how to g un the undying love, admiration mid confi dence of any one yon elmo-e. Price by mail, 35 ct*. 4 for $100. Address Tuttle A Co , 7S Nassau St., N. Y. 6ui 43 | idailroaHs anU Steamboats. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.’S TIIKOlGll LTVK TO fAMFORYU, CHINA AAI* JAPAN. Touching at Mexican ports, amt carrying V. S. Mail Fare* Greatly Deduced. Steamships on the Atlantic Connecting on the Pa ALASKA, eillc ■ u ith the ARIZONA. COLORADO IIF.NKY ( IIAI NCY, CONsTlTl TION, NEW YORK. GOLDEN(TTY, ocean gi'LEV. SACRAMENTO, NORTHERN light- GOLDEN AgE, COSTA RICA, MONTANA, One of the above large and splendid steamships wdl leave Pier No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street, tit 12 o’clock, noon, on the .Nth and 21*1 of even mouth, (except when tho-e day- fall on Sun dae. and then on tin* precoodiug .Saturday,) for AS 1*1 NW A1.1., connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the Company’s "team-hip- from Panama for s \N FRANCISCO*Hutching at MANZANILLO. Departure- of 21-t connect it P naina with Mr im er* lor son'll PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI CAN PORT". Those of the MM tom h at MAZAN ILI.O For JAPAN and CHINA, steamer C HINA leaves San Kranrisen, \pHI I t. lH7n One Hundred Pound* Baggage allowed each adult. Raggagc-master* accompany baggage through, and attend to latitat* and children without male protectors. Baggage received on the dock the day before sading. from steamboats, railroads ami passengers who prefer to -end down early. An experienced surgeon on hoard. Medicines and attendance free. For (Wight, passage tickets, or further informa tion, jipplv at the Company’* ticket office, on the win-rf. Foot OF CANAL STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK. 1 y&J F. II. BABY. Agent, 'FOWLER HAMLEN & SMITH, DEALERS IK FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DR Y GOODS, . ' AND MANUFACTURERS OF Ladies’ & Misses5 Cloaks, OPEliA CAPES, Ac., &c.( drc. 147 Water Street, AUGUSTA, 3VT E . L. I!. FOWLER, „ FEED IIAMLEN, HSjan tf H. E. SMITH. Remnants! Remnants. JUST RECEIVED BY Barton & Russell, AX OTHER LOT |OV THOSE REMNANTS, OF BROWN COTTONS! In the following widths: 3-4, 4-4, 9-8, 9-4, 10-4. • The above Goods are the production ot the well-kuow n Androscoggin Alilln, And will be sold From .* to 12\ Cts. per yd. UNDER TRICE. Barton & Russell. Augusta, Mar. 11. 1870. fl2niai-tf UTCD FAMILY FAVOTIITE SEWING MACHINE. I WARRANTED THE BEST IN THE WORLD. i Straight Noodle Shuttle. Stitch alike on both sides, u-es half ns much thread as a single threat! ma chine. More of them sold than all other machines in tide market; never Jail to give perfect satisfac tion; every one wurrrnted for live years. Call on •lone-, who will cheerfully -how the working of the Ma hino; al-o will -lew more awards of State, County and Mechanic*’ Fairs, and more Certificates from Individu tls and Corporations than would fill the weekly Journal. tlOmar-tf JONES has thorn for sale. Almanacs for 1870. JUST RECEIVED. A I. VHGE LOT OF THE Maine Farmer’* Almanacs, Br Dnniel Robinson, for 1H70. for sole low by gross ilozeu, or single nt the Mgn of the Jiig Ledger. 155 Water Street. CLAP!* A NORTH. Augusta, Not. 16,1899. 48tf Dockendorff & Go., Limn Callao, Peru, Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ancl Naval Contractors. Exchange Bought and Sold. Advances made on Ccnanrnments and for Ship’s Disbursements. References : Messrs. Walsh .% Carver, New York. “ F. II. Lovti.l. &. Co., Bank of London, Mkxico 41 S. a., Lima Sre«. Bianchi IIkhmanos y Ca, “ New York Office, : : 11H JOHN STREET. dec2H-flm Ilouiue Wanted. 4ft A TENEMENT f<>r a small family—no chll iiuJL A dreu. Apply t" COLLER & GARDINER tWroar-tf No. H;i Water *t. Hardware Store! Having purchased the btock of Hardware, Iron & Steel, &c., Ac., recently owned by Hutchins, Allen Si Co., I am now prepared to sell all the various kinds o goods usually found in Hardware Stores AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Those in want ot Goods in my line, will do well to (Jail and Examine uetore purchasing elsewhere, lUa Water Street, Opposite Post OiTlce. AMOS WILDER. Augusta. Dec. 20. 18119, MU* Great Har«alns nt WELLS’ % FURNITURE ROOMS, Water Street, A-uspist*, Me. A LAKCE ASSOltTMKNT OF NEW ANT) SEC OND HAND Fur niture, Which will be sold At very low rates for cash. We also keep t!ie best stock of Walnut Caskets anti Coffins, And COMMON ( OFFING of all kind*, and tl e best trimmings. with Plate* engraved to order, and have lately added an assortment of HOLES OF ALL KINDS, All of which will bo sold as low as at any establish ment in the Stale. C. U A 11. I . W ELLS. 22tf __ _____'■ JOHN CARR, Dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, Stoves, Britannia, Japan and Tinware, Pumps, Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, &c., NO'S 8 & 9 KENNEBEC ROW, hallow ell. Y D. NILES, Livorv Ptable Keeper, Corner of Union and Strand Streets, HALLOWELL, ME, «S Horse* and Uarviagcs to lot on the moot reasonable terms. toiler & Gardiner, 143 Water Street, SUCCESSOR TO CHAS. E.COLLER, WHOLESALE DEALERS IK Saddlery Hardware ! Harness Leather, S .A D r> L E S, WHIPS, BROSHES, CDRRYCOMBSI HORSE BLANKETS, Made or i/kmaime, Halters, Surcingles, BeIIsr Travelling and Chopping Bags ! LAP ROBES, Dog Collars, Grass & Wool Mats, &Ci, &c., &c. They are now putting in and keep constantly on hand the largest and beet selected fctook of all good* in the above line In the city, and are resolved to make it for the interest of the people to buy of . them. Coder & Gardiner, 143 WATER STREET, Manufacturer? of H ar nesses - VUG GY, COACII AM) TEAM. Of all classes and prices. Gold and Silver Flats, English Covered, Japan and common white mount* ings, which they propose to soil a? low a? the low - est and warrant their work to give perfect satis faction. They also manufacture for their whole eale and retail trade, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, SHAWL STKAPS, All styles and Mze*. neat and frerh (Vom thel factory at 143 Water Street, and made to stand travel—lettered w ith initials and delivered in any part of the city without extra charge. Harnesses and Trunks repaired neatly, promptly and at small charges. 143 WATER STREET, Opposite Cony House, AUGUSTA, 3VT-A.X3XTX2. f2*ijan-tf Pure Mimes ait Meals! Brushes, Combs, Soaps and Perfumery; CHOICE TOILET A\D MCI ARTICLES! Physicians' k Apothecaries’ Goods, Pur? Sperm. I.anl. ktrwst sad N#at§f>ot Oil*. Charles K. Partridge, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, Water Street, corner Market Square, (UNDER GRANITE HAI L,) Has on hand a Large Selected Stcck kept fresh by constant additions, A*D BELL* AT The l.oweMt Market Rules ! FOR GENUINE AND RELIABLE GOODS. Pirtridp’i Dm, So>re. \Ciltr Str«t. coru,t lirk’t Sqcir, tlj*n70ly A Wonderful Discovery 1 NATURE’S YEARS OP STUDY AND EXPERIMENT. It Contains No LAC SULPHUR—No SUtJAR of LEAD —No LITHAEOE—No NITRATE of SILVER, and Is entirely free from tha Poisonous and Health-destroying Drug* used in othor Hair Preparations. It is sure to supersede and drive out of the community all the POISOXOUS ERE" EARATIOXS now in use. Transparent a»d clear as crystal, i( will not soil the finest fabric. Xo oil, no sediment, no dirt — per fectly SAFE, VIE AX, and F FFHI EXT— desiderata ms LOXG SOUGHT FOR, and lO VXD AT LAST* It colors and prevents the Hair from be coming Gray, imparts a soft, glossy appear ance, removes Dandruff, is cool and refresh ing to the head, checks the Hair from falling off, and restores it to a great extent when pre maturely lost, prevents Headaches, cures all Hamms, cutaneous erujdions, amt unnat ui'ol heat. OXL F 7 A CEX TS PER BOTTLE* H is secured in the J’atent Office of the United Staler by DR. G. SMITH, Patentee, Groton Junction, Mass. Prepared only by PROCTER BROTHERS, GLOUCESTER, MASS., To whom all orders should be addressed. Sold by all first-class Druggists and Fancy i Goods Dealers. The Genuine it put up in a panel bottle mail* expressly for it, with the name of the article blown in the glass. Ash your Druggist for Xaturs,s Hair Restorative, and take Xo Other. The Restoratire i« for M.la at Wholesale ta Fort* [ land by \V. Y. PHUXlVS & Co., and at retail by all ‘ the DroggUW In Maine. taiSWm*4w