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GOLDEN HAIR. Hidden nalr«at on her grandfather's knee ; Dear little Golden Hair, tired w as she, All the day busy as busy could be. Up in the morning as soon as ’twas light ; Out with the birds and the butterflies bright; Flitting about till the coming of uight. Grandfather toyed with the curls on her head; “What has my baby been doing,’* he said, “Since she arose with the sun from her bed ?” “Pity mud),9 answered the sw eet little one ; “I ftannot tell so much things hare I done.— Played with my dolly, and feerftd my ‘bun*; “And I have jumped with my little jump-rope; And then 1 made out of water and soap Bufltle worlds, mamma’s ‘castles of hope. “Then I have rended iu my picture-book; And little Bella and 1 went to look For some smooth stones by the side of the brook . “Then I earned home, and I eated my tea, And I climbed up to my grandpa’s knee. Pm Jet as tired ns tired can be.” Nearer and nearer the little head pressed, Until it drooped upon grandfather’s breast. Dear little Golden Hair, “sweet be thy rest!” We are but children; the things that we do Are as sports of a babe to the Infinite view That sees all our weakness, and pities it too. God grant that when night overshadows our way, And we shall l»e called to account for the day, He may flud it as guileless as Golden Hair’s play. First Letter Foundry in New England Commenced in 1817. Boston Tvpe Fo.undrv Always noted for its Hard and Tough Metal, And its large varieties of BOOK AND JO® TYPE, And lately for its nnrivallcd Nevripaper Fncon. Electrotyping Done in ail its Branches. Address orders to J. A. 8T. JOHN, Agent, 55 Water Street,.. __ | SUPERIOR TYPE METAL. experience and the utmost care are neces , sary to ensure good metal, even with a knowledge ! of the be?t combinations—therefore, the safest way is to buy of the oldest established Foundry. NEWSPAPER 8TYXE3. 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Dealer* gupplied in any quantity or quality at dis count. ljan-ly Patent Alarm fcy Drawers! FAIRBANKS, BROUN A CO. NEW ENGLAND SCALE WAKEHOU8E, UN MILK 8TBEETj BOSTON, MASS, For sale by all Hardware Dealers. __A»nayll-»w Dockendorff & Co. I.lrnta A C'ullao, Peru, 1 m porter* and Wholesale and Retail Dealers la 6ENERAL MERCHANDISE, • and Naval Contractors. Exchange Bought and Bold. Adranom mad* on OonatgnmenU and for Ship’s Disbursements. Btftrtscen Messrs. Walsh A Cahveb, New York. •* F. II. J»vki.l A Co., Hank or London, Mexico a ». A., Lima ■Siee. BlAXtHl HEkAiS-Noe X i-a >>w Tork Orfce, : : 118 JOHN STREET. is mi in H. T. HELMBOL®’* Concentratefl Fluid Extract Inch, THE GREAT DIURETIC. The Proprietor trust* that his Remedies. fYomthe fact of thtpr being advertised, may not be classed as Patwiit Medicines. IIelxrold’* Fluid Extract Bucuc, is a Pharmaceutical Preparation. The proi>er name is given, and it is the most active which can be made; it is indorsed asm cure by all medical works, for such diseases a* recommended by the Proprie tor. It is pleasant in its taste and odor, free from all injurious properties, and is taken by Adults and Children. It is Tonic. Diuretic, Blood Purifying and Invigorating. Enfeebled and delicate constitu tions of both sexes will ind it far more strength ening than any of the preparations of bark or iron. See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory of the United States, of which the following is a correct copy. BUCHU.—Its odor is strong, diffusive, and some what aromatic, its taste is bitterish, and analogous to that of mint. It is given chiefly in complaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel, Chronic Ca tarrh of the Bladder, morbid irritatiou of the Blad der and Urethra, diseases of the Prostate Gland, and Retention or the Incontinence «»f Urine, from a loss of tone in the parts concerned in its evacuation. It has also been recommended in Dyspepsia, ! Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affection* and | Dropsy. TESTIMONY I Cure of Gravel of Five Years’ Siaxdixo— Stone passed and to re seen. Savannah, Tenn., May 14,18GP. j i Dr. H. T. IIelmrold, Dear Str : We Introduced your ‘Fluid Extract Buchu” in this countrr about eight months ago, and are happv to state that it is meeting with universal favor. We wish to inform you of one instance ((among many) where your •Buchu’’has worked I wonder*. A’man in our county, named .7. B. Es | tell, had been suffering about live years with grav i el. About six weeks ago he bought of us one bot tle of your “Buchu,” ami before he was through i with one bottle he passed a gravel that weighs eight grains, which we now have on exhibition in our drug store. II*# says he never will be without the Buchu” in his house again. Your jveparatione are gaining favor every day. Very respectfully, yours Ac., ECCLES A HINKLE, Druggists. Cm* op Bladder and Kidney Affection of LONG STANDING—STONE PASSED AND TO BE SEEK. Westport, Conn, Sept. 3,1S69. II. T. Helm hold, Esq. Dear Sir: I ommen.'ed taking your -Extract of Buohn” about two week* sinceTor an affection of I the bladder anti kidneys, i have suffered by spell* very much for a few days past. But yesterday re lief came through the e*ffe< t of your “Buchu ” A • stone pa-»«ed mv bladder about the t>ize of a forge i pen. and I now feel perfectly well and entirely free from the pain that I hare suffered with “so hard.” I 1 attribute' my cure to your medicine entirely, and would recommend all persons similarly affected to trv it. I hare great faith in it* curative power*. Your* truly, THOMAS J. BENNETT. refers to Rev. WILLIAM COGSWELL, Westport. Conn. J. L. G. CANNON, Druggist, Westport, Conn. II. B. WHEELER, esq., Westport. Conn. BRADLEY HULL, esq., Westport, Conn. I>r. WAKEMAS. Reading. Conn. R. W. R. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist New York City. And many others if necessary. CTrk of Kidney and Liver Affection of a Patient Seventy-Eight years of age. THANKS TO MR. HELM BOLD. Girard, Pa., March 31, 18G9. Editor Cosmoplite : I desire, as an unsolicited tribute to the merit* of Helmbold’s Buchu, and for the bem-lit of those similarly afflicted as myself, to say that alter consulting many eminent physic-runs, and try ing nearly all the beet advertised remedies, in the vain hope of finding relief from aggrirated kidney and bladder diseases, from which I have suffered excessively for many yeure, good fortune finally suggested to me Helmbold’s Buchu, which 1 commenced using with little faith, and no apparent benefic ial result* for about a month. At the expir uliou of that time, however, 1 thought 1 commenced to experience slight relief, which encouraged me to nersevere in its use, and now, at the expiration of four months, although I am an infirm old man, nearly 7a years of age, and consequently medicines cannot be expected To favorably affect me as they otherwise would. I have found' such unspeakable relief and permanent benefit from Mr. Helmbold’s valuable discovery, that I feel I ought to publicly record the fact, as* au acknowledgement to him and a valuable suggestion to the public Yours respectfully, D. M. LAKES. Mr. Laren refers to the following gentlemen. Col. DAN. RICE, Girard, Pa. CHA8. STOW, esq., Girard, Pa., Editor Cosmo polite. GEORGE H. CUTLER, Girard, Pa., Attorney. C. I. HINDS, Girard, Pa., Attorney. Cant. D. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard, Pa,, Attorney. DAVID OLIN, Girard, l*a., Merchant. DAVID E. DAY, Girard, Pa., Merchant, t F. ROCKWELL, Girard, Pa., Merchant. B. C. ELY, Girard, Pa., Druggist. A Permanent Ci re of Gravel of twelve YEARS STAN DING—STONE PASSED AND TO UK SEEN. BURNSIDE, Conn., I>ec. la, 1S69. Dr. II hum hold—Dear Sir: It is with much pleasure that 1 write you upon facts respecting my self. ! do not know hardly how to express myself. 1 have been for tlie last ten or twelve year's the greatest sufferer man could be and live; but more sometimes than others. The complaint was the “Kidneys” and “Bladder.” I have been sometimes Grom twelve to fourteen hours, and wauled to make water every minute, but could not. Have consult ed doctors, both in .Massachusetts and this State, and taken pills, I may say. by the quart, also liq uored medicines, but found no relief from any, and got worse the last six months. I was so that I could scarcely get about. I could not rest night or day. It would soon have been “all up” w ith me if I had not seen your* advertisement In “The Berkshire Courier” headed “Kidneys.” 1 read it through and thought 1 would try it. 1 purchased a bottle, but, mind you, had not much faith in it. Why should 1, when 1 hud been trying so many things and cost me so much ? Well, I began Diking it, Mini before 1 had taken the first bottle I felt bad ; but I finished it and fot another. By the time I took half of the second atilt got worse (apparently). When I w alked it seemed us if my right kidney was falling from its place, and I felt really bad. I felt so, before I had finished the second, that 1 had made up my mind it [ was of no use trying any more—ami all this time the “Buchu” was doing its work, but 1 did not know it; so I gave it up and went to Hartford ou Saturday to see one of the best doctors in the city. He said it was the ueck of the bladder, and 1 should have to undergo an operation. He gave me med icine, and 1 went home quite downhearted. On Sunday I was unable to go to church. I had not taken any of his medicine, but on my return contin ued using the “Buchu,” and in the afternoon 1 had « desire to make water, but could not. About one lour after this I tried again, with the same result; mt the next time 1 took the vessel it was the same is turning a faucet and stopping it off again. It vas so for three times, and the third time there was •umething came through the passage and struck igainst the side of the vessel. I examined it, and it s tiie ugliest stone or gravel you ever saw, cov ered over with little peices which collcted together. It looks the color of a mud turtle, and is as hard as ii hint, so you see the “Buchu” w as doing its work although I was feeling so badly. I procured an other bottle thinking their might be some more be hind, but since that has passed, which is eight weeks ago last Sunday, I have been as well as ever I w as m my life. 1 have the stone securely w'rapjied ami those who have seen it in this place are sur prised. I cannot tell you all, but this is a true story ot my case, and you are welcome to make such use of my name as you think proper. 1 am pretty well know'll m Berkshire; also in Connecticut. The ad vertisenient saved me Why not publish more? The Springfield Republican is a wide spread paper. It any one w ishes to see this wonder, they can do so. I could write all day, but think 1 have said enough this time, so 1 remain your ever well wisher EDWARD L. HOWARD, Paper Maker, Burnside, Hartford Co., Conn. RXFERS TO Dr. MACK, Burnside, Conn. Dr. WRIGHT, North Lee, Mass. Dr. IIOLKVM, North Lee, Mass. Dr. ADA Mb, fctockbridge, Mass. Dr. SCOTT, North Manchester, Conn. Dr. JlQl’hS, Huckiand Corners, Conn. I>r. BEARbUOKD. Hartford, Conn* 1 All of whom treated me tor the disease. DR. KKYAKK it a physician of over 90 years experience, a ml a graduate of the Jeffersonian Medical College, and of the University of Medicine and Surgery of Phil Adelphia. Mr. II. T. HKf.Mnoi.iv—Dear Sm: In regard to the question nuked me a* to mv opinion about Bu chu. 1 would say I have used ami sold the article in various forms for the past thirty years. T do not think there is any form or preparation of it I have not used, or known to be used, in the various diseases where such me* lie ate agent would lx* indicated. You are aware, as well as myself, that it has been extensively employed in the various diseases of the bladder aud kidneys, ami the reputation it has in - quired, in my judgment, is w arranted by the facts. 1 have aeon and used, as before slated, every form of Buchu—the powdered leaves, tincture, fluid ex tracts—and 1 am not congnlxant of any preparation of that plant at all equal to yours. Twelve years experience ought. 1 think, to give me the right to judge of its merits; and, without prejudice or par tiality, 1 give yours precedence over all others. 1 value your Buchu for its effects on patients. 1 have cured with it. and seen cured with it. more diseases of the bladder .-.ml kidneys than I have ever seen cured with any other Buchu or any other proprietary compound of whatever name. Respect fully vours, Ac., GEO. II. KEYSER. M I>., August 11, IMS. 140 Wood-st., Pittsburg, l’enu. A CASK OF TWENTY YEARS’ STANDING. Philadelphia. Penn., June 2-V ISfiT. If. T. flKLMDOLD. Druggist—Dear SIR: 1 have been a sufferer for upwards of twenty years \\ :th gravel, bladder and kidney affections, during which • time 1 have used various medicinal preparation**, and been under the treatment of the most eminent physicians, experiencing but little relief. Ha ving seen your preparations extensively ad vertised, 1 consulted tny family physical! in regard to using \our Eqtract Buchu. I did thia because I had used all kinds of adver tised remedies and had found them worthless, and some quite injurious; in fact. 1 despaired of ever getting well, and determined to use no remedies hereafter unless I knew of the ingredients, it was this that prompted me to use your remedy. As you advertised that it was composed of buchu. cubebs and juniper berries, it occurred to me and my phys ician as an excellent combination ; and w ith his ad vice. after an examination of the article and con sulting again with the druggist. I concluded to try it. I commenced to use it about eight months ago, at which time I vas confined to my room. From the first bottle I was astonished at the ben eficial effect, and after using it three weeks was able to walk out. 1 felt ipuch like writing to you a full statement of my case at the time, but thought my improvement might only be temporary, ami therefore concluded to defer, and set* it it would effect a perfect cure, knowing that it would he ol greater value lo you and more satisfactory to me. I am now able to report that a cure is effected, after using the remedy for five months. 1 have not used any now for three months, and leel as well in all respects as 1 ever did. Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste and odor, a nice touie and in vigor a tor of the system. 1 do not mean to be without it whenever occasion mav require its use on such affections. M. McCORMIC. Should any doubt Mr. McCormic’s statement, he refers to the following gentlemen: Hon. Wm, BIGLER ex-Governor of Pennsylvania. Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Philadelphia. Hon. J. C. KNOX, Philadelphia. Hon. J. S. BL ACK, Philadelphia. Hon. D. II. PORTER. ex-Governor of Pennsylvania. Hon ELLIS LEVIS. Philadelphia. Hon R. C. GRIER Philadelphia. Hon. G. W. WOODWARD, Philadelphia. Hon. W. A. PORTER Philadelphia. Hon. JOHN BIGLER, ex-Governor of California. Hon. E. BANKS, Washington, I). C. And many others if necessary. ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR* WOULD RE GIVEN FOR A BOTTLE IF NECESSARY. Rahway, X. J , I>ec. 2. IjTO. II. T. lltuinoLD, Eag.,—Dkab Sir . I take great pleasure in sending you a certificate, in additiou to the many you have received from suffering human ity. 1 can scarcely find language sufficiently strong to express my heartfelt gratification at the wonder ful cure yonr’“ Buchu” has effected. For four years 1 have suffered beyond description. All my friends (with myself) came to the conclusion tlpd'my case was incurable. Accident placed your advertise ment in my hands. 1 commenced taking your “Itu cbu.” I followed the directions, und to' my utter astonishment before I had taken seven bottle* of your valuable medicine (I would give $lou a bottle, if 1 could not get it at any other price) I am entirely cured. I most earnestly*recommend it to all those suffering from disease. I have told many persons to take your valuable medicine, and they are doing so with great success. Any information* my fellow - citizens may require will’be freelv given by the subscriber at his residence, No. 7a \fiIton-ave., Xew Jersey. II. M. FREEMAN, Councilman Third Ward, city of Rahway. Rahway, X. J., Dec. 2,1*09. We, the undersigned, are well acquainted with II. M. Freeman of Rahway, and know that he has been a long time suffering, in the worst possible form, for the oast four years, and that he has been entirely cured by the use of “ Helmbold’s Buchu.” J W. SAVAGE, ex Mayor. FRANK LA BAU, President of Council WM. RICHARDS, Clerk of Council. PETER A. BANTA, Councilman. W. J. BROWN, Councilman. J. S. S. MELICK, Councilman. LEWIS HOFF, Councilman. J. B. STRYKER, Merchant. City Hall, Mayor’s Opkick, ) Rahway, N. J., Dec. 5, 1*0*9. j This will certify that I am personally acquainted w ith H. M. Freeman, and am cognizant of the facts as set forth in the above statement, and the several persons whose signatures are thereunto attached | are well known to me. JOHN F. WHITNEY, Mayor of Rahway, N.J. N. Y. 8. Vol. Institute, > Corner of Fifth-ave. and Seventy-sixth st., > Central Park. ) (A HOME AND SCHOOL FOR THE SONS OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.) I)R. II. T. IIklmhold: Two bottles only of the package of your valuable Buchu presented to the Institute have beeu used by the children, and with perfect success. In the case of our little lieutenant A. .1., his pride is no longer mortified, and lie is free from the daily morning unatlkcmus of the chamber maid who has charge of his bedding. 1 feel that a kuowiedge of the result of our use of your Uuchu with the children under our charge may save many n superintendent and matron of boarding-schools and asylums a great amount of aunoyauce; and many a poor child, suffering more from weakness than from habit, may be sjiaied punishment that rs (not knowing it as a weakness instead of a bad habit) most unjustly Inflicted upon them. Thank ing you on behalf of the children, and hoping others may be alike benefited, I am respectfully vours, COL. YOUNG, General Sup*t and Director. June in, 1800. Great Salt Lake Citt, 1 Utah, Jan. 28, 18t». i Mr. II. T. II elm mold—Dear Sir : Your commu nication requesting our terms for advertising was duly received, but from a prejudice 1 bad formed against advertising ‘ cures for secret diseases,” it was left unanswered. During an accidental con versation in a drug store the other evening, my mind was changed ou the character of your Buchu. Jt was then highly recommended for other diseases by two physicians present. Kudosed please And our rates of advertising. Yours, Ac.. T B. H. STENIIOUSE, Editor and Proprietor of Daily and Semi-Weekly Telegraph. JIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, established upward of eighteen years, prepared by II. T. 1IELMROLD, Druggist, So. 504 Broadway, New York, and No. 104 South Tenth 8t., Philadelphia, Penn. Price $1 35 per bottle, or six bottles for #€ 50, delivered to any address. Sold by Druggists everywhere. None are genuine unless done up in steel en graved wrapper, with ft»c simile of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed lvi* II. T. UELMBOLD. Augusta Dirrrtors. Pfcnrches. ORTHODOX ( ONGRKGATIONAL —Granite < h. Mate st., Ih* tween Bridge and Oak. .J. F,. Bingham pastor; residence No. 9 State street. Morning service 10.30 A. M. Afternoon service 2.30 I*. M. Evening 7 1*. 31 FIRST BAPTIST,—Corner Wiuthrop and IYrhnin sts. ,7. Ricker, pastor; residence Chestnut street. Morning nervine 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2 30 P. M Evening 7 P. M. FREE BAPTIST.—Mate street, north of Bridge. C. F Penney, pastor; residence Summer street. Morning service 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P. j 31 I-. veiling 7 P M. MKTUOD1ST EPISCOPAL,—Green street, east of, state. C. A. King, pastor; residence at the par-j (ionage. next door to the church. Morning ser vice 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P. M. Evening 7P.M. PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL,—State st., between Oak and Winthron. Rev. Mr. Cpiolm, rector. j Morning service 10.30 A. M. Evening service 7 P. I M. CNIVERS ALIST.—i or Wiuthrop and Summer sts. , ( K. Moor, pastor; residence Winthron street, below Orchard. Morning service in 30 A. M. 1 Sabbath School service at 12 A. M. Evening ser- ; vice at 7 P. 31. j IN IT A RIAN.—Corner Oak and state sts. Rev. 31 r. Crain, pastor; morning service 10 .30 A. 31. Sabbath School service 2.13 P. M. Preaching service in evening at 7 o'clock CATHOLIC.—State st . north of Bridge. Rev. Mr. O’Brien, priest; residence near the church. The Congregational. First Baptist, Free Will Baptist and Methodist Churches hold social con ference meetings indheir vestries every Wednesday evening, at half-past seven o’clock. Y. 31. C. A. Rooms in Darby Block. Water Street. Regular prayer meetings every Monday evening. Religious exercises every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'vdock. Rooms open to all. Masonic BETHLEHEM LODGE. No. 35, F. and A. M. Stated meetings first Monday of each month. Special meetings even* Monday evening. F. A. Crowell. Master. I W. Clapp, Secretary. ANGl'sTA LODGE, No. 1*1. F. A A. 31 Stated meetings first Tuesday of each month. Special meetings even* Tuesday evening. W. II. Wood burv. 3last»*r. E. F Blackman. Secretary. TRIM 11 COMMANDERY, No. 7. Knights Tem plar. Stated meetings Friday on or before the full moon of each month A *P Knight, Eminent ( oiniiiander A L. Smith. Recorder. ,7 E Kl> A LEM ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER—Meets at Hall- well. Mated convocations Thursday on or befbre the full moon of each month. 13. F. Warner. High Priest. ALPHA COl M IL—Meets at Hallowell- Quar terly Convocations, .lanuary, April. July, Oc tober ; 3Vedne>day succeeding full moon. D. Cargill. Thrice Illustrious Master. Temperance. SARATTlS LODGE. No. 78 of Gonp Templars. Meets every Tuesday evening at Darbv Hall. FRANKLIN Pl\ l>iON SONs OF TEMPERA M E —Meet-- at Darby Hall every Thursday evening at 7 o’clock. Post Office. ACGCSTA POST OFFICE. Corner of Oak and Water streets. OFFICE Horns:—From 7.30 A. M to 8 P 31 Sunday 9 to 10 A. M. Janies A. Bn knell. Postmaster. George II. Far- j rington, Chief Clerk. Arrival ami Departure of Mail*?—Western, leaves 11.00 A. 31.; closes 10.30 A. 31; arrives 3.30P. M. Eastern and Northern, leaves 3.45 P. M.; closes 3.30 P. M ; arrives 10.45 A. 31. Belfast and Way, leaves 4.U0 P. 31.; closes 3.30 P. M : arrives 10.30 A. 31 Rockland and Way. leaves 8.30 A. M.: closes 8.15 ; A. M.; arrives 5.00 I*. 31. Winthron. leaves 8.00 A. M.; closes 7.45 A.M.; • arrives 0 90 P. M. Farmington and* Way. leaves 7.50 A. M.: closes j 7 45 A II . arrh • - 2 00 P. 31. Freeport and Litchfield, leaves 6.00 A. 31 ; closes 1 8 OOP. M.; arrives 10.30 A. M. Leaves Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thurs- j day and Saturday. "Every morning a train leaves Augusta at j 5.30 A. M.; arrives at Augusta, dailv, at b.uo i 1-. M. liiallotucll Dirrrton}. HALLOWELL POST OFFICE. WESTERN MAIL arrives daily. Suudav* excep«rd. a; 3 27 and 7 52 P M. Owes at 10 45 A M and * ft M EASTERN MAIL arrives daily.Sundays excepted, at 11.10 I A M. Closes at 3 15 P. M. j LITCHFIELD MAIL arrives Tuesday*, Thursday* and Saturday*, at 10 o’ckck A. M. Ouse* Sundays. Tues day* and Thursday*, at 8 P. M. OFFICE open, Sunday excepted, from 8 ‘■‘’clock A M . to 8 P. M. <»pcu Saturday* until $-30 P. M. XT Box Rents aud P wtage oa paper*, peri.<dicals, fcc , payable quarterly in advance. E P.OWELL, P M liaUowetl, May 3, 1809. CHURCHES. South Parish CoDgrerational Church, comer of Second and Chestnut Street*, opposite Temple. Rev. Chas. G. McCullt, Pastor, residence on Chestnut St. Morning service, 10.30; Afternoon service, 215. First Baptist Church, comer of Union and Franklin streets. Kev. A. R. Cba.hb, Pastor ; residence on Middle St., between Winthrop and Lincoln. Morning service, 10.30 ; Afternoon service, 2.15. Methodist Episcopal Church, Middle Street, between Un ion and Central. Rev. Caleb Fuller, Pastor ; residence at the Parsonage, opposite 4he Church. Morning service, 10.30; Afternoon service, 2.15. First Universalist Church. Second Street, (cor. of Union) St. Matthews Episcopal Church. Central Street. Rev. Lboxard K. Stour*, K«-ct®r; residence c<>nftr of Second and Lincoln Streets. Morning Service, 10.80; afternoon service, 2.30. Free Baptist Church, Academy Street, between Second and Middle. y. m. c. A. Regular meetings of the Young Men’s Christian Associ ation of lJailowell, are held in the Vestry of the Baptist Church every Monday evening, commencing at 7$ o’clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all, both ladies and gentlemen, to attend these meetings of the Association. Prayer meetings, conducted by members of the Associ ati«-n, are field every Sunday evening— Id Bums* Schoolhouse, Farmingdale. at 7 o’clock! In Schoolhouse at French’s Corner, Chelsea, at 7 o’clock. In Loudon Hill Schoolhouse, at 7 o’clock. In the Wilder Schoolhouse, Manchester, at 7 o’clock. At Litchfield Neck at, 2 1-2. BENJAMIN FOWLES, President. II. 8. OWEN, Secretary. MASONIC. Kennebec Lodge, No 6, F. and A. M. Stated Commu nication* Wednesday, on or preceding the full moon. J AMES ATKIN'S, Jk., W. M. J. E. N YE, 8ec’y. Jerusalem K. A. Chapter. Stated Convocation*, Thurs day on or before the full of the moon. B. F. WARNER, II. P. F. J. DAY, ftec'y. Alpha Council. Regular meetings, Wednesday succeed ing the full of the moon, quarterly. DAVID CARGILL, T. M. F. J. DAY, Rec’r. Trinity CmBmandny. Meetings at Augusta on the Friday on <>r before the full moon of each month. A. D. KNIGHT, E. C. A. L SMITH, Uec’r. TEMPERANCE. Uni' n Temple of Honor and Temperance. No. 3. Reg ular meetings, every Tuesday evening. J. W. FULLER, W. T BKN TENNEY, W. n. Kennebec Council, No. 4. Regular meetings on the first and third Friday evenings of each month. J. J. JONES, C. of C. C. C. HUNT, R. of C. Sheridan Lodge, No. 293, I. O. of G. T. Regular meet ing* every Saturday evening. P. 8. BOYD, W. C. T. F. A. A. HEATH, R. 8. Grout Improvement in Artificial Teeth. nit. SNELL | XSERTS Teeth on Rubber by h new process, by 1 which the plate in made as thin as a metallic base; at the same time the plate is flexible, unU less liable to break. This mode Insures likewise the certainty of a perfect fit. Having purchased the exclusive right to use this 1 mode in Kennebec county,! shall be happy to show , its peculiar advantages to any one who needs arti ; fleial teeth. 09 Winthrop Street. Augusta, Jan. 28th, 1870. t2'Jjau-3w&3w6 Great Bargains at S WELLS’ % FURNITURE ROOMS, Water Street, Augusta, Me. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW ANI) SEO # OND HAND F*ur niture, Which will be spld at very low rates for cash. We also keep the best stock of Walnut Caskets and Coffins, /Vn<l COMMON COFFINS of nil kinds, and the best triimnlUKs, with Plate, engraved to order, and have lately ao Jed an assortment oi ROBES OP ALL KINDS, All of which will be gold as low as at any establish ment WELLS. **tf _ _ GEO. E. BRICKETT, M. D„ PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON, AIUI BTA, ME. Office over Hunt's Cap Store, West End of the Kennebec Bridge. HOT Residence on Spring Street. my20M8 Bitters ! Bitters ! » B . BE3V3V]SIX‘IT,S CELEB RATE D JAUNDICE BITTERS! ARE THE SUREST CURE EOR Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dizziness, Indigestion, Nervous Debility, Loss of appetite, Dyspepsia, Headache, &c., To which all persons are more or loss subject in Sruixo and Summer. THEY ARE PURELY YEUETABLE! And composed of some of the best ROOTS and 1IEUUS in the world. Trv Them. They are Warranted to do as Recommended ! • • Price, SO Cents per Bottle. PREPARED AND SOLD ONLY 1JY Johnson Brothers, OPP. POST OFFICE, ; : AUGUSTA, ME. HARNESSES Si HARNESS GOODS Of every Description. WE ARE ST1I.L MANX EACH.'RING ALL CLASSES OK HARNESSES, VaxTring Irt Pxdco froxn 017-OO to $100.00 ! "1\^K do not keep any man’s celebrated Harm -?, but having had uinttfin year*? experience in manu pt factoring every variety of Harne?-> lioods and the greater portion of that time for the people of AugUhta and vieiuity we M ill let the quality and worth of our goods rot upon their own merit. As we keep a larger number ot workmen and consequently a larger ~t ■< k and greater variety of manufactured work than anv Ann in our line in this city, we invite all in want of such goods to call before purchasing, bearing in mind that we keep no Harnesses manufactured bj other linns lor whole sale trade but m inufacture all our goods and w arrant them to give satisfaction. COLLER & GARDINER, (Opposite Cum>t House ■ 140 W ater Street, \iigustu. Don't pay two profit! on your Trunk!, but buy at the only place in Augusta where they are manufactured AT COLLER & GARDINER’S Augusta TrunK Factory ! 61su of tbo “ DIG TRUNK.” We manufacture r11 our Tnmk*. and a* our retail trade in Augusta and neighboring towns i! rent large we make Hu m specially for lhat trade and warrant them They are no slop work, not cracked, and have good locks. We letter with initial, and deliver in tic- city Without extra charge. We also manufacture VM ISE* an.I i VRPETltAG'* 'd everv stjle. and ke, n ronstantly on hand the largest and best stock of l.adies' and Gent's TKA v KI.I.l.V. IIAGS, sll.UVI. STRAPS, Ac., in the city, and sell them at SPECIE PRICES, nr Remember the place, Sign of the “ Big Trunk,” - 143 Water Street. Opposite Couy Home. t’Japr-tf COLLLH X i.i/tlD.HK. HARDWARE ! Prices It e d u c e tl . From tl»l« IFate, AM. GOODS I.\ Till: USE OF HARDWAR E. U nt&OILS IliON and STEEL, Ac., Ac., will be sold at Prices Defying Competition ! Goods Marked Clear Down! 183 Water Street, AMOS WILDER. Augusta. April 1,1*70. Hit LADIES ! CALL AND SEE MISS TURNER’S NEW STOCK OF MILLINERY ! MISS TURNER has secured the assistance of Miss Ivulloch, (formerly at M. 1*. Soule’s,) and fuels conlideut that She Can Suit AH, Both in Regard to Taste and Brice. *#-Ucmemljcr the Place, Under Meonian Hall, (Up-Stairs,) And directly opposite the Cony House. t20apr*4tA3inl7 MISS V. TURNER. Feather Dusters! Fine Sponges, Carriage anil Bathing do., AT JOHNSON BROTHERS. A Laundry In Augusta. rpiIE subscriber has opened a LAUNDRY at her 1 residence on Capitol street, in Augusta, where she would be happy to serve all in Washing & Ironing! The work will be done In the best style, and At Reduoed Prices ! MltS. S. A. FOWLER. Capitol Street August*, April 7, 1870 t«»pr-3m IS O A 1» S ! Genuine Imported Soaps, OF ALL, KINDS, at JOHNSON BROTHERS. DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, AND IT a n c y Goods, VERY LOW FOIt CASH ! AT JOHNSON’S FAMILY DRUG STORE, Opposite POST OFFICE. SiAYllOOlT, 154lli Edition. a MEDICAL ESSAY on the Cam-e and Cure of J\ Premature Decline, showing how heulth is lost and how regained. It gives a c lear Synopsis of the Impediments to Marriage, the treatment of Nek vous and Piiysiual Debility, Sterility, Ac., j and the remedies therefor,—the results of tweuty | years’ successful practice. “There is no member of society by whom thi« book will not be found useful, w hether such person holds the relation of Parent, Preceptor, or Clergy- i man.”— London Medical Times and Gazette. “ ‘Manhood.’ The experience and reputation oi Dr. Curtis in the treatment of the diseases set forth ! in this little pamphlet is the patient’s guarantee, and w ell deserves for the w ork Its immense circu lation.”—Do i/w Timea. Sent by mad on receipt of M cents. Address the Author, Ds. C'ritTiH, U Chapman street. Bos ton, Mass. mar28-teod3m ARNO, HODGKINS & CO,, MANUFACTURERS OF ORGANS AND MELODEONS! Water st., Gardiner, Me. MR. J. T. PATTERSON OF I’Oil TI../.VU, Travelling Agent. mav4-tf __ FARMING TOOLS I AT iFim.f.v«o.r 8 «.«MiKJY\rootra. Daily Express Line! n It I C K ’ 8 Kennebec & Boston Express! RUNS daily from Angustn to Portland, Boston, and all intermediate stations. (ioods forwarded, and Notes, Drafts aud Cheeks collected m all parts of the United States with des patch and at Low Rates. Orders for the purchase of Bonds, Bills of Ex change, Fruit, Ac., promptly attended to. Goods Forwarded to all parts of the United States at Low Rates. Having had three years’ experience in the Ex press between the Kennebec and Boston, the pro prietor hopes by strict attention to business to merit a fair st are of the public, patronage. Boston Office, 57 Kilby Street, Portland Office, 97 Exchange Street. AGENTS: Boston. It. K. Smith; Portland, G. L. Loth run A Co.; Augusta. J. F. Pierce; Hallow ell, C. L. Fuller; Gardiner, B. Lawrence, Jr.; Rich mond, E. F. Hutch; Brunswick, E. Crawford, tlapr-tf II. A. BRICK, Proprietor. The Dally Kenuebcc Journal, Established Jan. 1, 1870.. Xotlccs 1>y tho Pi-ess. Tho first number nf the I)*|I,Y KexxElittr Joi'R n ai. was issued horn tin* Journal office on Satur day. It is about the size and style of arrangemen t a.-the usual Daily Legislative’Journal, and In ty ^graphical appearance will compare favorably, we think, with the other Maine dailies. It L-de signed by the publishers to issue it daiiv through the year, but we fear they will And their enterprise which ought to be « paying on**, considering the field it w ill occupy, to prove a losing one. It costs a deal of money to publish a paper th»-e times, and a large, prompt paying s jhscriptiun list and n good ly amount of advertising patronage at respectable rates, arc necessary to make a paper self mi stain ing, and prevent its being a source of cm harass ment t«* its proprietors. We tender this new can date for public patronage our wishes for its final) cial success — Maine Standard. The Daily Kennebec Jot hnat. made its flrft appearance lust fcaturday. It is a very neat publi cation, and enterprising — Bangor JHug. Daily Kinnkukc Journal—With the com mencement of the New Year, we received the first number of this new paper, published at Augusta, bv Sprague, Owen A Nash. It is a large, seven col umn paper, handsomely printed, and the reputa tion of its publishers is a sufficient guaranty tnat it will be live and spiev.— J'onL ( aunty Independent. Tin- 1>\ily Kknniuk Journalwn# issued Jan uary 1-t, and is to be a permanent institution. It is a well arranged, and handsomely printed sheet, and we have nodoubt it will receive’ as it deserves, a liberal support from the people of Augusta, Hal low'd! and <dirdiner.—Hallou'eZ! Gazette. Daily Kknnfuuu Joukal. We have received the first numbers of the new daily Journal now permanently established at the State Capital by tho enterprising publishers of the weekly Journal, Messrs. Sprague, Ow en A Nash. Its appearance is neat and business like, and its editor* w ill i.oubt lesa make it a progressive, live paper — Belfast Age. Wc roup:: tnl. i. *»ur friends of the Kennf.BEC Journal upon tin favorable auspices under which their new daiiv h i been issued. It appeared on the 1st • ! January, in handsomesha|»e, its columns well tilled and showing evidence of sufficient ed itorial ability and industry to ensure it* entire suc cess. Wellust the public will appreciate the ef foits of the publisher.* to serve them, and liberally sustain the enterprise —Maine Farmer. The Daily Klnnebli Journal made it- first appearance New Year’s day. It is a well propor tioned sheet of twenty-eight columns, ami is in ev ery way well calculated to supply a want which Augusta ha* hit for a longtime. Wifh the patron age which it should receive from Hallow ell. L»ard iner. and the oilier neighboring towus, m addition to it - local support, we see no reason why this en terpii.-e should not he crowned w ith abundant auc ce-<—nerter Gazette The Daily Kinnebfc Journal made its ap pearance on Saturday. It has a smart and newsy look, ami will succeed.—F.Usvorth American. The tir.-t number of the Daily Kennebec Jour nal, has been received. Those who w ish to re ceive the earliest and fullest information in regard to the domgs of the Legislature, should subscribe for it.— I Sentinel. Daily Kennebec Journal. We hare received lhe flr*t number of this paper, issued Jan. 1st. * It is to be permanent, and being the Mate pa]»er, it will be a eoiHpend of the doings of the Legislature] valuable not only for the present, buffer preserva tion for future reference. It will furnish eatly and full reports of the state C’onventior^of all kinds; full r» |K>rte of the Legislature, Legislative Commit tee,Board of education. Board of Agriculture, and all other matters of interes| relating to the State tiovernment, thus making lUeLt useful to a very wide circle of readers extending over all parts ol lhe Mate. It will be u reliable and straight-forward Kepublican paper, and the first number indicates that it w ill be conducted with ability, and with fidel ity to lhe principles of the party in w hose interest it is established. It is of the size of the Daily Lew iston Journal.— The Sunrise, Presque Isle. Daily Kennebec Journal. The advertisement of this new daiiv appear* in our columns to-day. It give* Lhe legislative proceedings of each day very fully, contains telegraphic dispatches, the financial and commercial transactions in New York and Bos ton, and is in every respect a first-class daily pa per. Terms $7 per year, or #2 for the legislative etfriou.—AudroscoggtTi Herald. Daily Kennebec Journal. The enterprising proprietor# of the Kennebec Journal, issued the first number of their new daily Jan. 1st. It is hand somely executed, ably conducted, and deserves at least fifteen bundled * subscriber* along the river. During the legislature it is especially valuable.— Seanertiet Reporter. j The publisher* of the Kennebec Journal com menced their dally paper with the New Year. It is a good looking‘sheet. much superior to the form er session issue*. No thrice weekly will be pub lished — Brackett in Belfast Age. Ni vvsi Ai i tt*. With the N*. w Year w e are greet ed by the Daily* Kennebec Journal, published by >’praguc, Owen A Nash. It is of good size, it# matter is well arranged, and its editorial conduct w :I1 show the same ability which ha# governed the weekly Journal—Free I'ress, Rockland. The Daily Kennrfc Journal ha# reached ub and is fully up to the standard of our expectation#, its typographical appearance is neat, and its gener al arrangement all that could be desired. We bone it will be liberally patronized, and it will be if tho people of the State do their dnty.—Farmingttm ( hronicle. »lie iirrt nun*i-'or oi me imii.i alnnehl* k nal promptly made its appearance on Saturday, Jau. l.-t. It is a handsome sheet, get up in a style that does credit to its entei prising publishers liiddeford Democrat. With the new year, came the Daily Kfn'NFUEC Journal. It is a very neat paper, and we slionhl think it would he a favorite with the people ol the Kennebec.— Gardiner J/cme Journal, 1>aii.y Kfnnfrlu Journal. We have received th*- first number ol the daily issued by the publish ers of tin- Kennebec Journal. This is not to be foi the Legislature only. Lot i> to Lea \ eimanent daily publication. There is no reason w by the large cit ies and towns which duster about the capital siiotdd not alTord .-uj poit to at least one daily, even though the rftflroad trains do bring Ik*ton papers in a lew hours from the press. I he Journal is a handsome sheet. yycII tilled with news and ndseel lany, and we trust will be a success.—Jieijast Jour nal. The new Daily. We have received the first number of the Daily Klnnij.ii Journal. It is one of the best looking daily papers which comes to our office. There is no reuson y\ liy such n spright ly journal should not'•tait at once on the road to success. The price of subscription is $7 per year. — Calais Advertiser. The Daily Kenneuec Journal made its bow to the public Last Saturday, and is understood to be a permanent institution. It deserves a liberal sup port in the Kennebec valley, not only through the session of the Legislature, of w hose doings it w ill give full report dailv, hut permanently.— WaterviUe Mail. Nkwbpaporial. The Daily Kennlteu Journal , made its appearance on Miturday moining lust. It ; is printed in flrst-rute style, anu manifests a great , deal or enterprise in its management. We are glad to notice thut it has a good lift of subscribers in t this citv, who receive their papers from a carrier at j eight o'cloc k. This is a great < onvenleuce, and one , that should be appreciate*! by our people.— Gardiner • Reporter. Augusta Daily Journal. This paper made its k appearance last Saturday, very neatly printed and [ lull of matter. Our only apprehension is that Aw . giista brethren are giving too much leading for the j patronage of a place no larger than Augusta. t Success to the enterprise.—Brunswick Telegraph. We have received the first two or three numbers of the Daily Kenneuec Journal, published by Messrs. Sprague, Owen & Nash, Augusta, which j is hereafter to be a permanent daily paper, instead of being published onlv during the season of lliu Legislature, as heretofore. It is a handsome sev on-column paper, well made up. giving much agri* j cultural and miscellaneous reading, as w ell as lo cal ami general new s. We have no doubt it yy ill be ably conducted and yy ish it substantial success.— , Rockland Gazette. • 'Hie Hist number of the Daily Kknnerfu Jour. , nal made its appeal race on Saturday. It is very , neatly got up,—Oxford Democrat. \ The first number of the DAILY Kennfkfc Jot k* t, nal promptly made its appearance on Saturday, the 1st hist. If is a handsome sheet, got up in n i style that does credit to its enterprising publishers. . — Oxford Register. Anew Daily Newspaper. We receive the Daily \ Kknnerfu Jot knal, a goodly sized, well tilled and smart appearing paper, published by Messrs, j Sprague, Owen A Nash at Augusta, the proprie* * tors of the Old (Weekly) Kennebec Journal: terms, i $7 a year in advance. We hope it w ill be patron* » ized l»y our Republican friends, and yvc think it will 1 he, being the first and only daily issued at the Cap! tal.—Machias Union. Crockery and GlaSs Ware, FOR SALE RY ll.tl.I.AKI. * «'HASK. Augusta, April A, 1870. t.'iapr-tf I I*IK WlUTED. T)Y n iwrron who in compttrnt to do housework , I ) or take car u .ohihlrco Apply at FAltVEU’b i HOTET. tl8«pr-3t* .'