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CARE OF STOCK. GIVE PLANTS GOOD FOOD AT THE RIGHT TIME. In a very interesting and valuable paper on “ Autumn Cultivation and Manuring,” by P. Barnes, Esq., published in the Maine Agricultural Report for 1860, he says: “It is precisely with young plants as with young animals. Both are nourished by food. Both must have their food at the I moment they begin to live, and it must be of the right kind and in the right form. Wild plants have their food supplied by nature, and, accidents excepted, it is al ways suited to their condition. 1 he annual crops of our agriculture must have their i food furnished by the hand of man. If they begin to grow at the middle ot May, Intt have no proper supply of food till the j middle of June, their lite is of doubtful utility. The fanner who puts into the i ground by the side of the seed a quantity 1 of material for plant-food, which he knows nevertheless, will not be tit for food until some weeks after the germ has put forth, from that seed, might take a lesson from himself, as a cattle-grower, and consider the good sense of that practice, by which he aims, above all things, to sqcure a rapid and vigorous early growth of his young animals. It is not by compelling them to wait for their food. “ lho entire difference tietween profit and loss, both in the raising of crops and the growing of rattle, often depends upon the single question, whether or not the crop or the animal was well fed at the earli est periods of iu growth 'i It it was, there is ground for a calculation of profits—it not, the result may be a laborious and ex pensive loss.” A striking illustration of the truth of the above is furnished by the results of some experiments conducted the past season (1809) by I>r. fe. Clark of Portland, on his farm in Westbrook. With the design to test the comparative merits of various phos phate- manures, he applied to a given number of rows of sweet corn the Cum berland llone Company's Superphosphate. To the same number of other rows he ap plied the same quantity of “ Croasdale’s ” Superphosphate, and to another similar number he applied tine ground bone and link-ached ashes, (the latter having been wet and mixed sometime previously so as to be,well digested together.) Where the first named was put the crop was abun dant. the ears numerous, well tilled and ripe in good season. Where both the oth ers wer# applied the crop was scanty, the ears few and meagre, and eiyhteeii tlays later than where the Cumberland Super phosphate was applied. . It is well known that a good superphos phate basins the ripening of eorn. usually from ten to fourteen days; so much so in fact as frequently to make the difference between a good crop and a failure by rea son of this effect alone, without counting in the increased quantity obtained. The past season was unfavorable for eorn, and the peculiar efficacy of a good phosphatic manure was more than usually manifest. A great many farmers, in various parts of the State, credit the Cumberland Super phosphate with almost the whole of their measure of success with this crop the past year, as without its aid they say the crops would not have paid for harvesting. In this case, as Dr. Clark remarked, the bare statement of the fa«t hardly tells the whole story, since it should be said, that the impetus given to the plants iu their earlier stages by suitable food at the proper time, enabled them to get sneh vigor of growth and extension of roots that, when the dry spell came, they foraged wider and deeper for food and moisture, ami so were enabled to pass the drouth without injury; whereas, tlu- others had to wait, and so long, that had not the frost held off unusu ally late they would not have reached maturity before it came. CUSHNOC HOUSE. Corner Wintfi rop ana State Sts., A ucmsta, Ale. T. B. MALLARD, : ; Proprietor. Guests taken to and from the Cars and Boats Free. H0R8ES AND CARRIAGES TO LET. tija«70 ora Glass Ware at Low Prices! SET* OF GLASS WARE, (4 piece*) of new and rich pattern*, fbr Seventy-five Ceuta per net. Call aud examine them at BALLAJU> A CHASE'S, 0 union /flock. Mater St.f tlOmar-tf AUGUSTA. Maine State Fair-1870. I PROPOSALS from any city or town dcairous ol souring the holding of the Show aud Fair of the Maine State Agricultural Society, the enduing fail, Kbould be forwarded to the under-1 tigned at aw early dav. Per order of the Trustee*. SAMUEL L. BOARDMAX. Sec’jr Me. State Ag*l Society. Augusta, March 1,1870. 3wl0 ,S OMETHING NEIV t Peculiarly Adapted to the Climate ot New England. RICH’S Vegetable Vougli Italnum ! s 40 * Pronounced by leading Physicians to be the JSewt. Geuentl Hemedy — you — Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, And all affection* of the Tliroat and Iiungs, vet offered to the public. Tit it, and be convinced. Vor ft ale by all Druggie t a. Price 30 ct* per bottle T. A. CIIICK, Oenrral Agent. ■M-ta, Me , Mar. 11, l*7u. tl7mar-tf Notice of Foreclosure. \I'rHfcKK AS Ira F. bukiu* of Clinton, county of \\ Kennebec, and State of Maine, on the t wen tv hecoinj day of June, 1*>S, conveyed to John fl. Good ale of said Clinton, bv deed of mortgage re forded in the Kennebec Registry, Book 2/3, Page Btt. a certain |pt of land, with the buildings there on, uuaied in said < linton, ou the road lea* ling from llunlt-r’ft Mills to M'hooi house near ltufuw C7 I'-oii'-; it Weiug aneight rod atrip lying north of the north line of land of George If lloob*, and east of said road,« miammg about live acres, relfcr©«*e«* being had to *ald mortgage deed for a more par t*cuJardeaorintbm; and whereas the said John II. Goodaie, on the tenth day of April. A. I). I^W. aa signed the su'd mortgage to me. Sow the condi tion* of said mortgage having been broken, I claim to foreclose the same. CHARLES JAOCfTH. i lint«m. Mar. 13,1»70._ tinmar&wiS SPLIIM ITOltIKE A «r Btiuiaai IVeak a»r««,—How U> tfeat and cure it without modi l ine pamphlet sent bv mail free or charge. Ad drrft- lilt 11. C. NKW’KLL 4 CO., Lock Box 122 Hartford Conn. 3u»o Augusta Director!). Churches. ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONAL.—Granite Ch. State st., lie tween Bridge and Oak. J pastor: residence southeast corner Bridge M>d Elm street. Morniog service 10 * A M. Alter ' rtSSr HATTllr-C’^,crKwffio/»nd 1’erh.m j j wicker pastor: residence Chestnut street. . Murnfng aeiVine 10.30 A. M. Afternoon gJO P. | 1 FIIFF B \FTIsT — state street, north of Bridge. . O K I’cunev pastor; residence Summer street. ' Morning service 10.110 A. M. Afternoon iJO P. 1 M Evening 71*. M. , MKTHOHlsT EPISCOPAL.—Green street, east or l state C. A. King, pastor; residence at the par- j * on jiff e, next door to the church. Morning *er i i j vice 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P. M. Evening 7 p. M. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL —State st.. between Oak and Winttirop. Rev. Mr. Upjohn, rector. Morning service 10.30 A. M. Evening aervice < I. M. UN I VERSA LIST.—Cor. Winttirop and Summer sts. C. K. Moor, pastor; residence Winthrou street, below Orchard. Morning service 10.30 A. M. Sabbath School service at 12 A. M. Evening aer vice at 7 P. M. „ UNITARIAN,—Comer Oak and State ®ts. Rev. I Mr. Cram, pastor: morning service IOjW A. M. i Sabbath School service 2.15 P. M. Prekchmg . service in evening at 7 o’clock i CATHOLIC,—State st., north of Bridge. Rev. Mr. I O’Brien, priest; residence near the church. i The Congregational, First Baptist, tree Will; ; Baptist and Methodist Churches hold social con- , fere nee meetings in their vestries every *» eunesday evening, at half-past seven o’clock. Y. M. C. A. Room, in Darby Block, Water Street. Regular prayer meetings every Monday evening. Religious exercises every Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock, i Rooms open to all. Mnsonic BETHLEHEM LODGE, No. AY. F. and A. M. stated meetings first Monday of each month. , Special meetings every Monday evening. F. A. I Crowell. Master. .1. W. Clapp,Becretaij . VNGl’ST V LODGE, No. 141. F. A A M. Stated meetings llrst Tuesday of each month. Special meetings every Tuesday evening. W II. nood burv. Master." K. F. Blackman, Secretary. TRINITY COMM WDERY, No. 7, Knights Tem plar stated meetings second Friday of each month. David Cargill, Eminent Commander. J. W. Clapp, Recorder. I JEK1 'SALEM ROYAL ARCH CHATTER—Meets at Hallow-ell. Stated convocations Thursday on or before the full moon of each month. It. r. Warner. High Driest. AI.I’HA COCNCIL—Meets at Hallowell. Quar leriv Convocations, .lauuary, April, .Tilly, (>c- ■ i■»!».".r; ti e Inesdav succeeding full moon. U. j Cargill, Thrice Illustrious Master. Tcmpernnce. i SABATTIS LODGE. No. 7H of Goon TKMPT.AR*. ■ Meets every Tiicolav evening at Dario- Hall. I FUANKI IN "IIIV[sioSi SONS OF TKMl’EK ANTE j —Meets at Darby Hall every Monday evening at 7 o’clock* Post Office. AUGUSTA POST OFFICE. Corner of Oak and Water street*. Office Hours:—From 7.30 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday 0 to 10 A. M. I Tamos A. Bicknell, Postmaster. George H. Far- j rington. Chief Clerk. Arrival and Departure of Mails —w estern, leaves j I ll.oo A. M.; doses 10 30 A M.; arrives 3 30P. M. j Eastern and Northern, leaves 3.45 P. 31.; closes I 3.30 p. M.; arrive* 10.45 A. M. ! Belfast and Way, leaves 4.00 P. M.; closes 3.30 P. M.; arrive® 10.30 A. M. Rockland and Wav, leaves 8.30 A. M.; closes 8.15 : A. M.; arrives 5.00 f*. M. , 4_ . __ ! Winthrou. leave® 8.00 A. 31.; closes <.45 A. M.; I arrives 0.00 P. M. „ _ _ , Farmington and Way, leaves <.oO A. M.; closes 7.4.1 A. M.; arrives 2.00 P. M. .. , i Freeport and Litchfield, leave* 8.00 A. 31.: closes 8.00 P. M.; arrives 10 30 A. 31. Leave* Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday. Ever}' morning a train leaves Augusta at 5.30 A. M.; arrives at Augusta, daily, at 8.00 P. M. ftallotoell Dirrrtorij. HALLOWELL POST OFFICE. WESTERN MAIL arrives daily, Sundays excepted, at 3.27 and 7.52 P. M. Closes sit 10.45 A. M. and 8 P. M. EASTERN MAIL arrives daily, Sundays excepted, at 11.10 A. M. Closes at 3.15 P. M. LITCHFIELD MAIL arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 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., to b P. M. Open Saturdays until 8.30 P. M. Box Rents and Postage on papers, periodicals, &c , payable quarterly in advance. E. ROWELL, P M Ilailowell, May 3, 1569. CHURCHES. 9outh Parish Congregational Church, corner of Second and Chestnut Streets, opp»isite Temple. Rev. Cha&. G. McOillt, Pastor, residence on Chestuut St. Moruiug service, 10.30; Afternoon service, 215. First Baptist Church, corner of Union and Franklin streets. Rev. A. It. Crane, Pastor; residence on Middle St., between Winthrnp and Lincoln. Morning service, 10.20 ; Afternoon service, 215. Methodist Episcopal Church, Middle Street,between Un ion and Central. Rev. Caleb Filler, Pastor; residence at the Parsonage, opposite the Church. Marning service, 10.30 ; Afternoon service, 2.15. First Uuiversalist Church, Second Street, (cor. of Union) St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Central Street. Rev. Lsovard K. Storks, U*-ct*r; residence corner of Second and Lincoln Streets. Morning service-, 10.30; afternoon service, 2 "0. Fre * Baptist Church, Academy Street, between Second and Middle. Y. M. C. A. Regular meetings of the Young Men’s Christian Associ ation of Hallowed, are held in the Vestry of the Baptist Church every Monday evening,commencing at 74 o’clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all, both ladies and gentlemen, to attend these meetings of the Association. Prayer meetings, conducted by members of the Assocl ation, are held every Bund ay evening— In Burns’ School boose, Farmlngdale, at 7 o’clock. In Bchoolhnuse at French’s Corner, Chelsea, at 7o’clock. In Loudon Hid Schoolhouse, at 7 o’clock. In the Wilder Schoolhouse, Manchester, at 7 o’clock. At Litchfield N.rk at, ‘2 1-2. BENJAMIN FOWLES, President. H. 8. OWEN, Secretary. . MASONIC. Kennebec Lodge, N<» 5, F. and A. M. Stated Commu nications Wednesday, on or preceding the full moon. JAMES ATKINS, Jr., W. M. J. E.NYK, Sec’y. Jerusalem R. A. Chapter. Stated Convocations, Thurs day on or before the full of the moon. B. F. WARNER, II. P. F. J. DAY, Sec’y. Alpha Council. Regular meetings, Wednesday succeed ing '.lie full of the moou, quarterly. DAVID CARGILL, T. M. F. J. DAY. Rec’r. Trinity Commandery. Meetings at Augusta on the •ee nd Friday of each month D. CARGILL, K. C. J- W. CLAPP, Rec’r. TEMPERANCE. Union Temple of Honor and Tem|*erance. No. 3. Reg ular meetings, every Tuesday evening. J. W. FULLER, W. <\ T BEN TENNEY, W. R. Kennebec Council, No. 4- Regular meetings on the first and third Fri.iav evenings of each month. J. J JONES, C. of C. C. C. HUNT, R of C. Sheridan Lodge, No. 293, I. 0. of G. T. Regular meet ings every Saturday evening. P. S. BOYD, W. C. T. F. A. A. HEATH, R. 8. MOSES Mr SWAN, Watchmaker and Jeiceller, \ I I j I I HI* Stock eiulirac-B a Hull lln« of American and Swiss Watches, in gold and idlvcr ca»e, Including the celebrated National nr Elgin Watch, Waltham, Trcmont.Uor I <iuin, Itnnnett, I’ardeaux, Jacot, Ac., in both La ; dico’ and gentlemen’s rizes. Fine Gold iTowelry, bolid Gold Leoniton Vest and Neck Chains, STERLING At COIN SILVER GOODS, fine plated wake, SPECTACLES AND EYE BLASSES, tof the most approved kind*. CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, including the celebrated ITHACA CALLNDAU all of which will be sold at the Lowest Prices, and Warranted. i Particular attention given to repairing all kind* ol Fine Watches. Chronometer Balances applied and | adjusted to temperature and position. flJnnTO-tf WANTED! T"V\ FI MKKS and Hunl» rt having prime Mink Skins on hand \*m And a cash customer at highest | market price by sending them to J. If. WKIaL* A C’O., No. 10 Stato St., : : Boston, Mass. MljunXCHi; ! The Dally Kennebee Journal, Established Jan. 1, 1870. Notloea l>y the Prc#it. The first number of the Daily Kennebec .Jour nal whs issued from the Journal office on Sutur I day. It in about the size and style of arrangement ns the usual Dally Legislative Journal, and in ty pographical appearance will compare favorably, j we think, with the other Maine dailies. It is de i signed by the publishers to issue it daily through I (he year, but we fear they will And their enterprise which ought to be a paying one, considering the Held it will occupy, to prove a losing one. It costs a deal of money to publish a paper these times, and i a large, prompt paying subscription list and a good j ly amount of advertising patronage at respectable I rates, are necessary to make a paper self-siistain ‘ ing, and prevent its being a source of ombarass inent to its proprietors. We touder this new can date for public patronage onr wishes for its finan cial success.—Maine Standard. The Daily Kennebec Joi rnal made its first • appearance last Saturday, it is a very neat publi ! cation, and enterprising — Itangor Whty. Daily Kennebec Jot rnal.—With the ceui mencement of the New Year, we received the first j number of this new paper, published at Augusta, i by Sprague, Owen & Nash. It is a large, seven col j unin paper, handsomely printed, and the reputa ; tion of its publishers is a sufficient guaranty that it will be live and spicy.— York County Independent. The Daily Kennebec Journal was issued Jan uary 1st. and is to be a permanent institution. It Is a well arranged, and handsomely printed sheet, ! and we have no doubt it will receive, as it deserves, | a liberal support from the people of Augusta, Hal lowed and Gardiner.—Hallowetl Gazette.. Daily Kennebec Joi ral. We have received ' the iir^-t numbers of the new daily Journal now permanently e-teiblished at the .State Capital by the enterprising publishers of the weekly Journal, Messrs. Sprague, Owen & Nash. Its appearance is neat and business like, and its editors will uoubt i less make it a progressive, live paper.—Helfa&t Aye | We congratulate our friends of the Kennebec Journal upon the favorable auspices under which their new daily lias been issued. It appeared ou the l>t of January. in handsome shape, it- columns | well filled and showing evidence of sufficient ed itorial ability and industry to ensure its entire sue > cess. We trust the public will appreciate the ef forts of the publishers to serve them, and liberally ! sustain the enterprise.—Maine Farmer. j The Daily Kennebec Journal made its first appearance New Year’s day. It is a well propor tioned sheet of twenty-eight columns, and is in ev ! erv wav well calculated to supplv a want w hich 1 Augusta hat* felt for a longtime. ,rh the patron i age which it should receive from Hallow ell. Gard iner, and the other neighboring towns, in addition to it- local support, we see no tea • n why this on terpri.-e should not be crowned w illi abundant suc cess.— Fester Gazette. Tiie Daily Kennebec Journal made its ap ; pea ranee on Saturday. It has a smart and newsy look, and will succeed.— FUmcorth American. The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour nal, has been received. Those who wish to re ceive the earliest and fullest information in regard to the doings of the Legislature, should subscribe for it.—Fastport Sentinel. Daily Kennebec Journal. We have received the first number of this paper, issued Jan. 1st. It is to be permanent, and being the state paper, it w ill be a eompend of the doing**of the Legislature; I valuable not only for tlie present, but for preserva tion for Allure reference. It will furnish early and full reports of the state Conventions of all kinds; full reports of the Legislature, Legislative Commit tee, Board of education. Board of Agriculture, and all other matters of interest relating to the state Government, thus making it.-t ll useful to a very wide circle of readers extending over all parts of the State. It will be a reliable and straight-forward Republican paper, and the first number indicates that it will be conducted with ability, and with fidel ity to the principles of the party in whose interest it is established. It is of the size of the Daily Lew iston Journal.— The Sunrise, Presaue Fie. Daily Kennebec Journal. The advertisement of this new daily appears in our columns to-day. It gives the legislative proceedings of each day very fully, contains telegraphic dispatches, the financial and commercial transactions in New York and Bos- i ton, and is in every respect a flr>t-rlass daily pa per Terms $7 per year, or $.Mor the legislative : session.—Androscoggin Herald. Daily Kennebec Journal. The enterprising proprietors of the Kennebec Journal, issued the first number of their new daily Jan. l*t. It is hand* somely executed, ably conducted, and deserves at ' least fifteen hundred* subscribers along the river. During the legislature it is especially valuable.— Somerset Reporter. The publishers of the Kennebec Journal corn- i me need their daily paper with the New Year. It is a good looking sheet, much superior to the form- , er session issues. No thrice weekly will be pub lished.— Brackett in Belfast Age. New*BABER*. With the New Year we are greet ed by the Daily Kennebec Journal, published by Sprague, Ow en A Nash. It is of good size, its matter is well arranged, and its editorial conduct will show the same ability which has governed the weekly Journal.—JTree I'ress. Rockland. The Daily Kennbrc Journal has reached us, and is fully up to the standard of #ur expectations. Its typographical appearance is neat, and its gener al arrangement all that could be desired. We l»ope it will be liberally patronized, and it will Ik* il' the people of the State do their duty.— Farviington Chronicle. The first number of the Daily Kennebec .Jour nal promptly made its appearance ou Saturday, Jan. 1st. It is a handsome sheet, got up in a style that does credit to its enterprising publishers.— Biddtt'ord Democrat. With the new year, came the Daily Kennebec Journal. It is a very neat paper, and we should think it would be a favorite with the people of the Kennebec.— Gardiner Home Journal, Daily Kennebec Journal. We have received the first number of the daily issued by the publish ers of the Kennebec Journal. This i* not to be lot the Legislature only, but is to be a permanent daily publication. There is no reason why the largecit ! ies and towns which cluster about the capital enonld not afford support to at least one daily, even though the railroad trains do bring Boston papers in a few hours from the press. The Journal is u haml^mc sheet well filled w ith news and miscel lany, and we trust w ill be a success.—Btlfust Jour nal'. The new Daily. We have received the flr«-t number of the Daily Kennebec Journal. It is one of the best looking daily papers w hich comes to our office. There is no reason w hy such a spright ly journal should not '•tart at once on the road to success. The price of subscription is $7 per year. —Calais Advertiser. The Daily Kennebec Journal made its bow to the public lust Saturday, and is understood to be a permanent institution’ It deserves a libend sup port in the Kennebec valley, not only through the session of the Legislature, of whose doings it will give full report daily, but permaneutlv.— IVaterville Mail. • New sbaporial. The Daily Kennebec Journal made its .appearance on Saturday morning last, ll is printed in first-rate style, and a great deal of enterprise in its management. We are glad to notice that it has n good list of subscribers in this citv, who receive their papers from a carrier at eight o’clock. This is a great convenience, ami one that should be appreciated by our people.'—Gardiner Reporter. At oi *ta Daily Journal. This paper made its appearance last Saturday. very neatly printed and full of matter. Our ouly apprehension is that Au gusta brethren are giving too much reading lbr the patronage of a place no larger than Augusta. MieI*os* to the enterprise.— Brunswick Telegraph. We have received the first two or three number* of the Daily Kennebec Journal, published by Messrs. Sprague, Owen A Nash. Augusta, which is hereafter to be a permanent daily paper, instead of bring published only during the season of the Legislature, as heretofore. It is a handsome sev en-column paper, well made up, giving much agri cultural and miscellaneous reading, as well as lo cal and general news. We have no doubt it w ill be ably conducted and wish it substantial success — Rockland Gazette. The first number of the Daily Kknnerec Jour nal made its appearnice on Saturday. Itiavery neatly got tip,— Oxford Democrat The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour nal promptly made its appearance on Saturday, the 1st inst. It is a handsome sheet, got up in a style that does credit to its enterprising publishers. I —Oxford Register. i A New Daily Newspaper. We receive the Daily . Kennebec Journal, a goodly sized, well filled I and smart appearing paper, published by Messrs, j Sprague, Owen A Nash, at Augusta, the proprie I t<‘r" of the Old (Weekly) Kennebec Journal: terms, $7 a year in advance. We hope it will 1m* patron ized by our Republican friends, ami we think it w ill : be. being the first and only daily issued at the Capi | tal.—Machias Vn ion. Pro Medicinss and Chemicals! Brushes, Combs, Soaps and Perfumery; CHOICE TOILET A.\D FANCY ARTICLES! Physicians’ & Apothecaries’ Goods, Purr Sperm, Lard, Eermrue uuJ Ntatafuot Oils. Charles R. Partridge, DRI GGIST AND APOTHECARY, Water Street, corner Market Square, (UNDER GRANITE IIATX,) Has on hand a Large Selected Stock kept fresh by constant additions, AMD BELLS AT The Lowest market Kates! FOR GENUINE AND RELIABLE GOODS. Partridge'* Prue Store, Water Street, turner Bailrt Square tiJan'Oly DELL SI HO Y IAS" Fashionable Hair Dressing Rooms, Opposite Parrott «i ISradburv’s, Water Hireet, s Augusta, Me. Shirring. HhntnpoolBg, Hnlr-Dresiiinc, Cutting, Col oritig, Ac., in the most approved ayh* of the rut I articular attention paid to cutting and curling La dies’ ami Children’n hair. All kinds of llair Work made to order iu the late* stvlo. Ijan70-ly JOURNAL JOB PRINTING Establishment! OUR FRIENDS are reminded that having the Large lit * Steam Job Printint Establishment, On the Rn» r, and employing COMPETENT AND EXPERIENCED WORKMEN! We are at all times prepared to execute in the beat manner and at low prices, all kinds of PLAIN AND FANCY Book & Job Printing ——SUCH AS Books, Pamphlets, Newspapers, Mammoth Posters, Handbills, Show Cards, Circulars, Business and] Wedding Cards, Letter Headings. Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, Programme*, Auction Bill*. Invoice*, Bill* of Lading, Receipts, Law Blank*, PLACARDS, SCHEDULES, INVITATIONS,| RAILROAD and Steamboat Printing, Ac., Ac., Ac. To all those w desire ork io our line, we would say that it is our intention to SUIT OUR CUSTOMERS Doth in regard to Prices and Execution of Work. iders by mail or express will receive Die same : niOMPT ATTENTION as though delivered personally. SPRAGUE, OWEN & NASH, JOURNAL OFFICE AUGUSTA, AcorsTA, Oct. 16, 1860 “LAST SENSATIONI ! Great Closing Sale Ladies’ Furs ami Robes, -AT , Whoolcr’s,—Grardlncr. I NOW offer my entire stock of LADIES’ FI'US and ROHES ut less than coat to manufacture. Parties who wish to buy within the next two ; years, and who wiah to save money should uot fail | to improve this GREAT CLONING SALE for I am going to SELL regardless of cost. Remember the Place: Opposite the Post Office, GARDINER, ME. M. L. WHEELER, JanTftinulAw Successor to Hathaway ,tWheeler Stoves ! Stoves!! PI.EBLEM, TROPIC, CITY OF IVOHCKSTKR, I IIIII.NOA, miKPFABM’rE, nillTK MOI.ITAIN, UABYET HA.IUEi al» WOOD & COAL FURNACES! SECOND HAND STOVES Bought and Bold. ALL KINO SO F JOBBING . rUOMPTl.Y ATTENDED TO, AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! A. P. GOULD, 1 hour Noi lli of Railroad Bridge, Water Street, Augusta. JanUM&wRf GOLD! GOLD! -GOLD! ADAMSON’S BOTANIC COUGII BALSAM! IS MORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD. TRY IT! TRY IT! TRY IT! IT CURES THE WORST COUGH cxr COLD IN A SHORT TIME. IN LARGE BOTTLES, at - - - 35 Cents. i No Cure ! No Pay ! FRANK KINSMAN, * DRUGGIST, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES AND CANADAS. Cough no more when you can bo Cured for H .*» Cents! try IT ! TRY IT ! TRY’ IT ! Opinions or llie Cress. The Kennkhvc Jouunal Inis been cnlnrgeil and is now one oj the hamUomept papei o in Ute l nited Mates.—Portland Press. I The Kennerlc Journal comes to us this week enlarged, aud with new type, giving it a very nice | appearance, and an extra amount of good reading matter.—Simon, in Lewiston Jour mil. The Kennerec Journal come.- to us much en larged and improved. New type, clear paper, and ; a determination to keep uu with the times will en ! sure to the putt on* of the Journal a firet-cla-s ! newspaper. »Ve are pleased to notice these evi ; deuces of prosperity on the part of our neighbors of the .Journal and w ish them abundant success.— Bangor Whig aud Courier. The Ken nerec Journal comes to us this week dressed in new type throughout and greatly en larged (nine columns to a page), and U now, we be lieve. the largest paper in the Mate, with one ixcep tion. The Journal is most ably conducted by Messrs. Sprague, Owen tk Nash, and deserve? the liberal support of the party whose principles it advocates. To its genial publishers we wish the richest success —Kennebec Reporter. The Kennerec Journal was enlarged this week to nine columns, and is now the largest folio sheet in Maine. It is said that the proprietors w ill i—tie a permanent Daily henceforth, beginning with the legislative session".—Boston Advertise r. Tue Kennerec Journal of Augusta, will be enlarged, this w eek, and made the largest paper iu the state.— Springfield Republican. The Kennlrkc Journal has spread itself to the size ol the Boston Advertiser, and is otherwise im proved. so that it is now the largest and perhaps the handsomest paper in the state.— Watcrvxlle Mail. The Kennerec Journalo! hot week appeared in an enlarged form, printed on new type and upon n new* press—Bangor Jeffersonian. The Kennerec .Journal, always neatly printed amiably condm ted, comes to u- enlarged and if 1 possible neater lo«*kiHg than ever ben-re. It is now the largest weekly printed in Maine— Machias Union The Kennerec Journal comes to us this vyu k ' in a new dress, and considerably enlarged, indicat ing a prosperous condition financially, and which is well deserved.—Aroostook Pioneer. The Kknneih.c Journal comes to us much en larged. and dressed in n spick and span new* suit Augu.-ta is bound to glow , and the .Journal pro prietor* evidently mean to be up to the times.— Portland Transcript. The Kennerec Journal has been greatly en larged. and is now we believe, the largest paper in the Mate. The publishers have recently added one of Campbell's best newspaper presses to their al ready very complete establishment, and are pre pared to answer all calls that may be made upon their typographic resources. It takes no backward steps though in its issue it casts A i.lance Back ward” to its lir-t number, comparing that with the present —Gardiner Journal. The Kennerec Journal, one of the best weekly papers in New England, comes to u.- enlarged this week. We* are glad to see such proof of its pros pers v.—Boston Transcript. The Kennerec Journal comes to us this week j in an enlarged form aud new dress. It makes u splendid appearance, aud is worthy of an extensive circulation.—Bideleford Journal. The Kennerec Journal has been enlarged, and | is now the largest paper in the State. The publish ' ers have had u mammoth Campbell press built .specially for ft, and with a new dress of t;-pe it is a very handsome sliced. The- publishers should re ceive a liberal -upj ort to compensate for the heavy outlav which the} make — Roelland Free Press. The Kennerec Journal comes to us-in anew dress, and much enlarged, which are evidences of prosperity. The proprietors of the State paper are energetic" business men. and deserve much credit for this last improvement in their valuable journal, and we wish them large success, financially, and otherwise.—Fannington ('hroxiicle. The Kennerec Journal ha- been enlarged and very much improved. New type, new press, new determination to make a first-class State paper The Journal never looked so prosperous and well i to-do. and we are more than pleased ut these evi : dunce.- of prosperity.—Ellsworth American. The Kennerec Journal ha- been considerably enlarged, dressed In a fine new ruit, from head to loot, and makes a fine appearance — Calais Adver tiser. Tin- Kennerec Journal comes to us enlarged and in a new suit of type The Journal is well conducted, readable, industrious in new-, and pretty mu h all that a new spaper should be, except m its"politics.— Republican Journal. Th* Kenneru Journal has been enlarged, and is printed with m w type and a new press It is one of tin* largest and best weekly papers in the Mate. — Fastpovt Sentinel. The Kennerec Journal. This valuable* State paper has recently been enlarged, with an entirely new dress.felt is’ printed on one* of Campbell’. . presses—and is one* of Uia* largest if not the hugest ! patters in the State. The Journal is now a thirty six column paper—and the publishers must have I been at great expense in making such improve | mints without any extra charge for the paper — Piscataquis Observer. I N'EwsRAi’oBiAL. The Kennerec Journal. [ which was large enough before, has been enlarged and is now the largest in the state. It i- printed on ut vv type aud is a handsome as well us a well ■ edited’ paper.—Progressive Aye. Lieu Et Mon Droit. MRS. DINSMORE’S GREAT ENGLISH COUCH fcCROUP BALSAM. Of Iloarhound & Anise Seed, For Coughs, Colds, Shortness of Breath, Asthma, &c. 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