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The Hallowell Cornet Hand discourses ex cellent music. Lent’s circus took §1800 in Portland and §2103 in Lewiston. The police yesterday seized a quantity oy liquor at the store of Longfellow & Sanborn. Geo. E. Grover of Gardiner, was seriously if not fatally injured yesterday at the ledge in Hallowell, while blasting. The citizens of Hallowell are making an effort to have a ferry-boat between that city and Chelsea. William P. Merrill, Esq., of Manchester, has been appointed by U. S. Marshal Marble to take the ninth census in that town. The 17th of June is the time fixed upon for the decoration of soldier’s graves at the Mili tary Asylum. A new storehouse is to be erected on S team boat wharf in this city, to take the place of the ; one carried away by the great freshet. The walls of the new seminary building at Kent’s Hill have been carried up to the second floor, and the work is progressing rapidly. There will tbe a special communication «f Augusta Lodge this Tuesday evening, com mencing at 7 1-2 o’clock. All are invited. Work in the third degree. Arrived yesterday afternoon the ‘‘Marion Draper”, of Gardiner, Capt. Meador, from New York, loaded with coal consigned to Maine Insane Hospital. Judge Appleton of the Supreme bench, now sitting in this city, on Saturday last received a telegram announcing that his son. Gen. J. F. Anderson, who is now in California, is in very feeble health. Ills disease is consump tion. Kev. \V. E. Armitage, formerly rector of St. Mark’s church in this city, has now the charge of the diocese of Wisconsin. He is amply qualified for the arduous duties of the position. At the fifty-sixth annual session of the Bap tist Missionary Vnion, recently held at Phil adelphia, Kev. Joseph Kicker, I). I)., of this city, was chosen chairman of the Board of Managers—a very important position. The passenger train w hich arrives at this city at 3:30 P. M.. ran over four cows who were grazing by the railroad track, a short distance from llichmond, breaking the legs of all and killing one of them immediately, throwing her a distance of ten or fifteen feet. A mare belonging to Mr. E. I,. Norcross. \ at the Trotting Park in this city, on Sunday last produced two handsome colts at one foaling. They are both smart and active, and are of the “Fearnaught” breed. Old horse men say that instances of this kind are very rare indeed. • We understand that Messrs. Horace Pur lin & Son of East Winthrop, who several months ago purchased the Hallowed House, have sold two-thirds interest in the property to Hallowed parties. The house is to be re paired. furnished and opened, as a first-class hotel, at once. The fifth lecture before the National Tem oerance Society of Kendall's Mills, was de livered last Saturday evening by Mr. Archil ochus B. Puller of that village. Mr. Puller spoke on the subject of Hygiene, and his ad dress was highly applauded by a select audi ence. lion. S. K. Gilman of Hallowell. Judge of the Municipal Court in that city, is not the Justice to be out-generaled by offenders, to the prejudice of sobriety and good order In the community. The other day a festive youth was observed by City Marshal Fowles to be in a condition considerably “beyond the limits of becoming mirth,"—the consequence of a liberal portion of intoxicating liquor being con cealed about his person. Marshal Fowles in formed the youth that the laws of the State re quired his arrest, and proposed to arrest him forthwith unless said youth would inform him where lie procured so much fiery liquid. He hesitated to divulge the name of the seller, but at length, in reply to the Marshal's ques tion—“Did you get the liquor at O Brien’s,” acknowledged—“/ didn't yet it anywhere else." A warrant was then issued against the O'Brien establishment, and the next day the youth was.summoned to reiterate before Judge Gilman the declaration made to the Marshal. But the youth would not testify, and on being pressed concerning the declaration made to Marshal Fowles that the ardent was pro cured at O'Brien’s, said,—“Well, Judge, 1 don’t know what I said to Mr. Fowles—fact is / was drunk—pretty darned drunk, and I don't know nothin’ 'bout what I said, I was 10 drunk." What is that you say—was you trunk, yesterday?” responded Judge Gilman, ■Well, I was, Judge, you can bet on that.” The Judge, in about two minutes’ time, haud *d a paper on which he had been writing, to Marshal Fowles, which ordered the arrest of laid youth for drunkenness. The warrant vas served instanter, and almost simulta teously the Judge in solemn tone and with lignified demeanor, pronounced a sentence ipon the dumb-founded youth of “Five dollars md costs for drunkenness on his own pleati ng,” and that he “stand committed until the aine is paid.” An “audible smile” pervaded he court room, and all present felt that jus ice had been done. pots on the Sun. Deck Jocbmcl:—We are not inclined to irubode evil, but in an accidental conversa on recently with a very observing, intelli ent and scientific gentleman of this city, he lformed us that he had just discovered with le naked eye, seven distinct spots upon the in, some of them, as they appeared to him, ot less than three or four thousand miles in inmeter. Phenomenon of this kind lias eretofore been indicative of a cold and back aril season, and although the present is two r three weeks in advance of last year still it lay yet be retarded. Not long since we read nnethiug like the following, we may not note the precise language : We are gradual ' learning more anil more respecting the con itution oi tiie sun, and as we learn wifarc till ! cd with nn increase of astonishment. The [ red flames, so called, are now ascertained to I lie fiery clouds consisting mainly of hydrogen gas, heated to sueh an extent as to become self-luminous. Their dimensions are enor mous, often not less than 100,000 miles in diameter. It has been ascertained that dis turbances in the sun have wrought magnetic changes in the earth, and the way in which this has been effected perhaps may he scien tifically explained. Whether that passage of scripture in regard to signs in the sun and moon and stars is to be literally or symbolically understood we do not presume to say, but if taken literally it is obvious there are agen cies or forces already at work sufficient to produce such a result. Some astromers say our sun is a variable star and its spots are in timately connected with the roil flames or hy drogen clouds. There have been instances, and one very recent, in which stars suddenly became very brilliant and it is known that this brilliancy is owing to incandescent hydro gen. If this is the case with our sun and should its brilliancy be greatly enhanced for a time and he followed by obscurity or dark ness, the quantity o! sunlight might not only be greatly affected but the magnetic condi tion of the earth also. An Old Citizen. Decoration Day In (>ardlner. Yesterday was observed in Gardiner as the day set apart for decorating with flowers the graves of soldiers. With great propriety, most of the places of business were closed to allow all an opportunity to take part in the interesting exercises. Flags were displayed at half mast from the shipping, public houses, engine houses, liberty poles, and other places, and smuil flags and garlands and wreathes of flowers hung from the doors and windows of private residences and stores. In the forenoon the graves of soldiers bur ied in Maple Grove Cemetery, twelve in num ber, were decorated, as also eight graves in the old burying ground on High stree t. In the afternoon a procession was formed on Water street in the following order : Marshal. Hand. Heath Encampment (> A. H. Ollier Kotuiiicd soldier?. Aid. City Government. Oakland Lodge, Good Templar?. Aid. ( itizeno Generally. The procession proceeded to Oak Grove cemetery, where a platform had been erected and where the principal exercises of the day were to take place. The weather was most delightful, and the day a type of that enjoyed in this city. Large crowds of people gathered in every part of the beautiful cemetery, while around the stand gathered a vast multitude to engage in and listen to the exercises. During the progress of the procession, the bells of the city were tolled and cannon fired. The grand old piece, “My country, 'tis of thee,” was sung by a choir, under the direction of Mrs. C. Stevens. Prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. Kelley ol the Military Asylum. T hen followed the singing, by a large choir of children, under the leadership of Mrs. Stevens, of the beautiful and pathetic piece, “Sleep, soldier, sleep!’’ The singing of this hymn produced an im pression that cannot fade out in a day. Tears started from many eyes as the sweet and ten der words fell from the lips of the children. It was a hallowed and a holy service. An oration was then delivered by Rev. J. M. Payne of Gardiner, lie referred to the services held yesterday in the sanctuaries all over the land, and >uid that to-day the Amer ican people are again gathered together—not in temples made by hands, but in the grand temple of nature, in the silent city of the dead to pay their respects to the saviours of the Republic. In Rome and Greece the sol dier’s grave is decked with flowers, but nev er before was this act ot honor so widely ob served as in our own country at the present time. This service reminds us of the days of patriotism and of sacrifice. In this an nual observance we bring the richest treas ures of earth to lay upon the graves of our heroes. lit* inquired what it was m the character of our soldiers that calls for our praise. lie said it was the quality of heroism—heroism at home and on the battle field. This heroism was exhibited by those who reared the temple of the Republic, and it was conspicuous in those who have shielded it from destruction. It exhibited itself on bloody battle fields, in damp prison cells, in hospitals and in the halls of legislation. Indeed we may not look to ancient battle tields'for examples of hero ism. IK* cited many instances of courage that will not seem less noble compared with any of the ancient wars. He complimented the army of noble women w ho bad spoken words of courage and hope and bade sons, fathers, husbands and lovers away to the field of strife; of their unexampled devotion and tender watchfulness in hospitals and at the beds ut the wounded and dying soldiers. Mr. Payne's address was brief, pointed, well conceived and every way appropriate to the occasion. The decoration hymn was then >ung, after which the members of the Post proceeded to decorate the graves of soldiers in the cem etery, thirty two in number. Everything passed oil' in a very orderly manner. Flowers were contributed by the citizens of Gardiner in great profusion, and every demand was met. The obsi rvancc ot the day as it has been had in Gardiner and this city, will tend to increase the* interest each succeding year. The Pirigo Base Ball Club of this city will hold a meeting at their room this (Tuesday) evening. A Lnrge an«l Well-selected Asuortment of Wallets, Bill A rocket Books, lu Morocco and Calf, tor ©ale low by • l«tf TITCO B t DORR. aMaMMMBBnrmsnaai — ■ itrlavrift). in Gardiner, 2.'M hist . William I» I Ye. nek of G. to MU* Alina U. Gammon ol Farming l.dc. DirB. In this city, 2gth Inst . II. F Harmon, of the flnv of Mitchell A Harmon, aged 41 years. Funeral a his late residence to-day at 12 M. lu Hallowell2*>th inst’.. Mr. Fphraim W. Hodges aged 72 years and months. In lYahody, Mass.. Mli hist . at the residence o her sun A. H-Cushing, Mrs Mary Cushing, l'ormerl; of Brunswick, aged s* years. Caro. ! The Committee on Memorial Service* herewith ! tender their sincere thank* to lie* Military Band from Togits, the Augusta Mu.-i-al Association, (he several dergy men participating. the young ladies for their invaluable assistance in arranging the boquets. end to the eili/eiis generally for their lib eral contributions of flowers and aid in making the services so pleasant and instructive to all. PI. R ORDER Ml ( oMMITTLE. (A uii ft co„ Millwrights ami Machinists, AND MANUFACTURERS OF Ladd’s Excelsior Turbine Wheel. CIRCULAR AND UPRIGHT BOARD SAWS Manufactured at the lowest cash prices. Planing and Sawing, In all its brandies done in a worknunlike manner ORNAMENTAL BRACKETS, Of every description, furnidied on -hort notice. •Shop, on N\'i4t«*!' st.. Gardiner, Me. J. L LADD. tapr8G*3m X\ . s. BRANN. IFOR DON T < > N' ! Spring Arrangement THE STEAM 1 H EASTERN QUEEN, \\rILL commence her regular trips from the 1 r y Kennebec, Monday, April 11, 1*70, und will, I until further notice, run as follows: Leaving Gardiner every Monday and Thursday ! at 3 o’clock, Ili liinond at I and Bath at »5 P. .M THE STEAMER CUAUIOA,’ Will leave Augusta at 12 M . Hallowell at l.t'i I*. M . connecting wilh tin* above boat ul Gardiner. tor further parti'-ulars inquire of Longfdlow A Sanborn, Augusta; li Full* r A Son, Hallowell; T. IL Grant, out diner; J. T. Robin-on, Richmond; J. E. Brown, Bath. Gardiner, April 11. 1*70. flbapr His Stock embrace* a fine line ol' American and Swiss Watches, in gold and silver »•;»***. including the celebrated National or Elgin Watch, Waltham, Tremont, Bor j <|iiin, i;.>unett. Pardcnux, Jacot, Ac., in both La 1 die*1 and gentlemen's sizes. Fino Gold J cwclry, Solid Gold Leoniton Vest and Neck Chains, STERLING A COIN SILVER MOODS, FINE PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES, of the most approved kinds. CLOCKS OF ALL KIXHS* including the cel hr:.tod 1TIIA* \ < AI.ENDAR all of w hich w ill be told :.t the Lowest Prices, and Warranted. Particular ati» ’:<>n given to repairing all kind-ol Fine Watches. Cl. niometer Ihilance- aj | Led ami i adjusted to tcnijK*ratiire and position. ’l.ian7o-u Remnants! Remnants. JUST KliCElVi.D liV Barton & Russell, AKOTllEli LOT ol TJl^rE REMN A N 1- • >F BROWV IWI’O.VS! In the following^i-lth-: 3-4, 4-4, 9-8, 9-4, 10-4 ! The above Goods are the production ol the well-known Androscoggin Alillis, And will be gold From 3 to 12\ Cts. per yd. UNDER PRICE. Barton <1 Bussell. Augusta, Mar. 11, 1870. tUinar-tf BATH HOTEL, By C. 3VI. . Bln 121111C1', is a t ii. n «■:. Hoard, - - $1 per Dai/. flljilttrly CUSHKOC HOUSE. Corner and' Wintnrop State Sts., _A u typist a, Ale. T. B. ii < LLAKD, : : Proprietor. Guests tGKOn to and from tho Cars and Boats Free. HORSES AND CARRIAGES TO LET. tljaiuO am _ Somerset A Kennebec Railroad Company. i The Stockholders of the Somerset A Ivennebeo Railroad Company are notified that their Annual 1 Meeting will be h«lden at the Treasurer’s otlice in Augusta, on Wednesday, the first day of June next at eleven o’clock A M. l't. To choose Directors for the cu-uing year. 2d, To determine whether they will as>ci:t to the assignment of the lea.-c of their road to the Port land A K«‘unebec Railroad Company, as contem plated in the propo-ed aiTangemei.l between that road and the Mail e t entral Railroad. Hd, To act upon any other business that may come before said meeting. a T THOMPSON. Secretary. ! Augusta, May If, li*70. tmay2U-iU«l Cutlery and Plated Ware ! A full assortment of Table and M’oeket i'attcrr/. Scit'ori, 7’fal TMi.ll'S, be. | Also Plated Tea Sots. I . Pitcher-. <. ; !. t-, Knives. Spoons, f ork and Cantors of the best quality. at PIKItCEVS CROCK CRY STORK, I iVo. MU Wntcr Street - _- Augusta. j limy J Ml' New Millinery Goods ! We are now receiving, and shall continue to receive through the season, FRESH MILLINERY GOODS! DRESS BONNETS, CAPS, B o xi 11 cl XX ats, t£?c. Your attention is especially called to our line assortment of KKEXCII FLOWERS! Misses SAGER & WHITE, .! Cor. ol Bridge and Water streets, AIM.rsTA, Me. I luavISfBw Over Ilamlcn A Philbrook’s. BY TELEGRAPH — TO THE — Daily Kennebec Journal. | lty the Western I'nion l.inc—Office* in Hendec’s nnildinB opposite the fost Office, and attlic State House.1 FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, May 30. Rod Cloud arrived at Chicago to-day. and will roach Washington on Wednesday. Judge Bingham, Chairman of Committee, says there is no prospect whatever that any time can be found this session for even the most cursory examination of the petitions asking for the impeachment of Judges Field and Hoffman. The universal opinion on the subject here, is that the matter will die a natural death. The Third Annual Decoration of the Soldier’s Graves. Skowhegan, May 30. The third annual decoration of the soldier's j graves took place to-day, under the direction 1 of Post 24, G. A. R. The procession was formed under the direction of Gen. Dyer, consisting of the Skowhegan light infantry of seventy muskets. An escort followed by the G. A. R. and the school children, all hearing decorations, headed by the Skowhegan band. At the two cemeteries the exercises consisted of dirges by the band, reading of scriptures, singing by a select choir, and addresses by Revs. Messrs. Pierce, Hathaway, Woodbury. Mason. II. Knowlton, Esq. and Cols. Wildes and Smith. The attendance w is very large, and the decorations more abundant and beau tiful than any proceeding year. String filed. Mass., May 30. Decoration day has been observed more generally than ever before. The procession which was very long and imposing, included the Military Knights Templars, and two thousand school children. An oration was delivered by the Rev. Richard G. Greene of this city. FROM NEW YORK. New York, May 30. Gen. Koscerans will soon publish an ad dr* to the people of the United States, sus taining and explaining the memorials which lie is about to submit to Congress, on the sub ject ot our national policy toward Mexico. Gen. Kosecrans urges a formal declaration by Congress, of a policy which will assure the Mexican government of firm sympathy and moral support, and our own citizens, that their rights shall be protected in whatever legitimate, mercantile, industrial, or other enterprises they undertake in that country. The policy proposed has received the ap proval of L\-S- cretary Seward. Chief Jus tice Chase. Caleb Cushing. Gen. Sehenek. Win. li. Aspinwall, and other prominent citi zens by whom it has been examined, and from whom letters will he published. Gen. Kosecrans affirms that a declaration hv Congress at the present time, would strengthen and establish Juarez declined ad ministration in Mexico, and induce American capital thither to engage in banking and rail road enterprises, thus raising that country to tlie dignity of an independent, self-protect ing republic, and a faithful ally of the Ui ited States. Dispatches from all points in the middle am! western states announce the observance of decoration day in a more complete and gen eral manner than ever before. The exercises in this city concluded this evmingby an ora tion in the Academy of Music, by Kev. Dr. Joseph 1*. Thompson. FROM BOSTON. London, May 30. .Memorial Day. An immense number of people thronged the sidewalks to-day, to witness the tloral march ot the G. A. K., to the cemeteries. Each member carried a boquet, and the sev eral posts were followed by wagons loaded with flowers. Altogether the scene was strikingly beautiful and imposing. Public schools were dismissed and business very generally suspended. Reports from all parts of New England describe universal observa tion of the day by decorating soldiers* graves. In Lowell, three hundred members of the G. A. K.. paraded with three thousand school children. Gen. George II. Gordon delivered the oration. THE FENIANS. Ogdensbcrg, May 30. All is quiet along the lines to-day. with the exception that the Canadian military authori ties at Prescott have made a number of ar rests of persons crossing from this side, sup posed to be Fenians returning to Canada, who left home for the purpose of joining the raid. Marshal Quinby is furnishing transportation to Fenians remaining at Malone. About 300 passed over the road to-night, direct for their homes. Alderman Larkin of this city is among Fen ian officers held as prisoners by the L'. 8. au thorities at Malone. FROM BANGOR. Bangor, Me., May 30. Memorial Day. Memorial day was observed in this city to day, under the auspices of Post No. 13. and the exercises took place at Mount Hope Cem etery, which was bountifully decorated with fiowurs, evergreens and flags, and were at, tended by over ten thousand persons. The address was by Gov. Chamberlain, and was one of his finest efforts. Beside Post No. 13. the Jameson Guards, Fire Department. City Gyvernment, soldiers of 1813, and 800 school children, who performed the singing, led by the Bangor Cornet Band, escorted the speaker to the cars. In the morning Post No. 13 united with their comrades residing in Brew er. and w ith the citizens of that town proceed ed to their cemetery, where an address was delivered by Col. Jasper Hutchins, and the ceremony of decorating the graves of the fal len with flow'ers was performed. The day was excessively hot. FROM PORTLAND. s Portland, Me., May 30. Memorial Day. Memorial day has been observed by a gen eral cessation of business this afternoon. At one o'clock the bells tolled, and minute gluts were fired. Post Bos^jprth, G. A. 1L. with the Army and Navy I'nion, escorted by the Mechanic Blues, Portland Light Infantry, High School Cadets, and the crew of revenue steamer Mahoning, all under command of t apt. Geo. W. Carter. After receiving the \ City Gov’t, they marched to the High School grounds and decorated the Lincoln Memorial Tree, and thence to the depot, and by ears to i Evergreen Cemetery, where the soldiers’ i graves were decorated, and an oration deliv j ered by Col. Homer B. Sprague of Cornell Cniversity. The evening services will he held in City Hall, where addresses will be de livered, devotional services held, and several i fine pieces of music executed by the Hayden l Association. FROM LEWISTON. Lewiston, Me., May 39. Memorinl I>ay. The city governmeent of Lewiston and Auburn, united with the G. A. 11., and the procession of citizens in strewing flowers over the graves of fallen heroes of the two cities. Chaplain E. M. Haynes delivered an address. Indian Raid. Brian, Wy. Territory, May 29. The Indians made a raid on the stage route from here to South l’ass yesterday, and ran off ten of the stage horses at Big Sandy Sta tion, and wounded John Corliss. All the stock between there and South l’ass is sup posed to he gone. The country is full of Ar rapahoes and Sioux. FROM CONCORD. Coxcoho, N. H. May 30. Memorial Day. As part ot the exercises of decoration day in this city, a monument bearing names ot deceased soldiers of Concord, was decorated in a very impressive manner. Addresses were made by the Mayor and others, and music and an oration by Kev. Sam’l Gould. Explosion. Hahii.ton, Ca., May' 30. A Still ill Peter Schwab’s Distillery explod ed this morning, killing two persons. Sad Accident. St. Paul, Minn., May 30. C. W. Hay. a printer in the Pioneer office, fell from a third story window on Saturday night, and w as killed. Arrest of a Pickpocket. Lowell, Mass., May 30. Ilaydock. the Pedestrian, who has just de feated T iy lor in a walking match here, was arrested tiering the ceremonies in Monument Sipiare. for picking the pockets of ladies. FINAN piAL & COMMERCIAL. New York Money Market. Ni.w Yolk, May 30. Gold closed at 114Aa United Mates .Sixes (coupons). 1881, 117?i •• *• 3-20’s 1 h;->, 1123% ‘ “ “ 1804. 111 *• * • 1803. 111^ *• •• I8b5, Jan. A July, 113;* .1807. ' lU'* 1808, 114*4 “ • 10-40’s,(coupons). 108)4 Yew York Stock Market. New York, May 30. Mnnpo*a. do. pl’d. ( ant on Co. Cumberland Co. \S e-tern Union Tel. Co. 31 f* Quick-ilver Mining Co. 8>» iMciilc Mail, ' 44 lio.-t 'i^Water Power. 18 Bostwfln Hartford A Kilo, Adams Ex. Co. C3\i We.Is, Fargo A Co. American Merchant? I’u. U. >. Kx. Co. N. V. Central and Hudson River 100l; do. BCl'lp, 05 •» Harlem, 143J* Reading, n*3'i Mich. < entral, 124*4 I.ake More and Michigan Southern 97„* Illinois t ontrnl. Cleveland A Pittsburg, 108?i' Chicago A North Western, 61*4 do. preferred. 88■* Chicago A Rock island. 118**' Mil A M. Paul, Ij>4 ‘4 eio. preferred, 79>« Toledo. Wabash A Western. to>*' Toledo. Wabash A Western prefeired Pittsburg A Fort Wayne, 93 Terre Haute, 33 do. pfd. 02 Alton. 11.YV do. prefd. 126 Ohio and M es. .W* Erie, 2354 do. pfd. 40 New York Produce Market. New York, May 30. ( < >TTON—sales 8000 bales: mid. uplands 22s*. FLOUR—state 160a373; round hoop Ohio 5153000; western 460<jb40; southern SOOglOOO. WHEAT—sales lu.OOOhu; So. l spring 1283130; No 2 do. 1223123; winter red and amber western, 133<i I'M. U*»RN—new mixed western, 1003112; old do. 113 in store. o.Vi's-fdate 00 309; we-tern 033OL PORK—mess, 29.73: prime, 23.23. CARD-steam, 10; kettle, lb*. BUTTER—Ohio, 10323; *ta,e, 20&30. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, May 30. FLOUR—spring extras 400S515. \V'IIKAT-N * 2. 1 00 < <)RN—No. 2. 79‘,. OAT* - for No. 2 ML-' FORK —29.00. IJARLIA —00 for No. 2. LAUD—13. DRY COODS. 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Henne\- Pain-Killing Magie Oil cures skin diseases Some folk- seem to be proud of telling how "lame their shoulders are*’—of "my crick in the back”—or • l have got the Sciatica,”—and delight in bragging ; that "nothing can cure me !”—but w hen we get Mich awful folk-” to use KFNNK'n PAIN-KI1.LINU MAGIC OIL, faithfully, we not only, cure their lameness ami charm away their pains, but we ac tually take all that kind o| “brag out of themand the\ frankly own up, and say, "It works like a I charm sold by all Druggist -. Merchants and Grocers. It is put up in three -ize.-.and called • I rial >ize, I “Medium Size.” and “Large Family size bottles. WM. RENNE, sole Proprietor and Munutae* turer. Pittsfield, Mass. Wholesale and retail in Augusta bv Marshall Whithed, Grocer._lv27eow Titcomb's Aromatic Tonic Elixir! 4 \l) all the other l’Ol’i'I.AH MICDK INF.S lor TO,,^!rs. Arctic Refrigerators! KAM'OKD'8 PATENT. Cull mill Si-e Them. a. II*. JO.VK8. 1 May 1G, 1870. flw MISSES SAGER & WHITE, Display or SUMMER STYLES! Corner Bridge and Water Streets, AUGUSTA, MAINE., Thursday and Friday, June 2d and 3d. fmay‘Jl-2t Good Dance Music! Just Published. PARTY DANCES for VIOLIN and PIANO. By Winner. ALSO WINNER’S DANCE MUSIC for FLUTE and PIANO. Price of each 75 cents. Sent post-paid onreceipt of price. 1 NOW READY, WINNER'S NEW SCHOOL Tor the PIANO FORTE, CABINET ORGAN, MET.ODEON VIOLIN, FLUTE, CLARIONET, FIFE, FLAGEOLET, GUITAR, and ACCORDEON. In Separate Books. Price of each 75 cents. Sent post-paid on receipt of price. OLIVER DITSON Sl CO., 277 Washington Street, Boston C. H. DITSON & CO., ___ 711 Broadway,* New York. T«‘iiem<’nt lo l.cl. ON the first of .June I shall have for rent a good, convenient tenement lor a small family in the house F formerly occupied on Gage street. For further information call at mv pres, nr residence. No. 11 Mate street. MRS. WM. K. WESTON. Augusta, May 1L 1870. ttf Knickerbocker Mutual Life Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. ERASTUS LYMAN, - - - Pkesidf.NT rpilIS is one of the oldest, most reliable, and beat dividend paying companies in the country. * ASSETS OVER $7,200,000! Liberal arrangement? will be made with Agents, and they are wanted in all parts of the State. Apply at AUGUSTA, ME., i:tO Water Street, (up-Htalrm) to CHARLES WHITE, Manager lor Maine and New Hampshire. March 22, I81O. 122mar-tf nnN’T "i,h tho stieky, filthy UUll I dangerous Hair Prepera* tions, but use Nature’*, Hail ltrii orntivc, which is perfectly clean and transparent, and en tirely free from all dan gerous drug?. It will i positively restore Gray lair, prevents the Hair from falling off, will eiwise nr it to grow when prema D 21 turelylost, removes dand • ruff and keeu$ the head In a perfectly liealtiiy con dition. Try a bottle and be satisfied that it is the greatest discovery of the age. PROCTER BROS., Gloucester, Mass., Sole Agents for the Patentee. All the Maine Druggists POISONED apSSSrffm House For Sale, _ 4 NY one wishing to purchase a '■'•NAb.- \ new First-Glass DWELLING »«.!■'?' Hor^E. located on one of the prin cipal street' in tin* city, can hear of one by calling at this’office. tmaylf-tf WINDOW SHADES. A ftll. LINK OF .YKIF A l7,f(..IA/’ r.ITTIsB.VX. Also Curtain Fixluros, Cords and Tassels, Curtain Loops, Hooks, l’ins, Ac., .Just received at PIERCES’ CROCKERY STOKE, 150 WATER STREET, AUGUSTA. mavS-ttf PLUMBING ! , r|MIE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens | _L ot Augusta and vicinity that lie is prepared to do all kinds of Plumbing work at the shortest no tice. Those about t<» have water introduced into their buildings will do well to call on him before going elsewhere. II. R. STRATTON, Corner Bridge and Water Streets. Satisfaction guaranteed. lOtf SA.VY1 MONEY — BY — | Purchasing your Organs A Pianos — OF — John C. Haynes & Co., Sii Court Street, IIOMTOX, MAMH. Prices lower than any other establishment in New England. < h'gans and Pianos of every variety ot : tyle. All instruments Jlrst class, and warranted five years. Instruments rented, and sold on installments. CALL AM) si:/: THEM. Circulars sent free. We also keep on hand a large sto- k oi MIEET Ml'vlt and every variety of Ml>l< \L MERC HANDLE and Ml s'HWL IN ST HUME NTfe. lylO Ssuwtello Whird, Dealers in Flour, Grain, GROCERIES £ PROVISIONS, Stone and Earthern Pottery. Also Agents for the Novelty Clothes Wringer. old Wringers of all descriptions repaired with despatch and neatni'fs. \I.PHo\ZO SAWTKELE. ANDREW I>. WARD. Augusta. May 17, 1870. 3m21 BALLARD & CHASE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX TINT, BltlTAAMA. j PHKSSKI) and JAPAWl.t) M AKES, 1ROX WARE, GLASS ff ARE, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Sadirons, finishes, Rrooms, and a Central Asg'./rt mi nt of Kitchen Flint ishiuy Goods. GHOOEIIB’ CANS, Stove and Furr.aco Pipe, GUTTERS. CONDUCTOR -. Ac., mafic to oijur, and at the lowest rates. Work promptly attended to. » BLOCK, Water St., A141WTA. May 20, I860. _ J. D. NUTTING. MU Physician tt Surgeon, HALLOWELL, MAINE. a^-Oillee in Titeomb’s lUoek, (up stairs.) Uesi d^nce corner Academy a «>< i Middle Streets, GROCERIES! AT NO. 2 PERLEY’S ELOCK, Water Street, Hallowell. Mav be found FLOUR, GRAIN, MEAL, WEST INDIA GOODS I AND cnocsniBs, Crockery and Glassware. COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD. 4^“Uooda delivered free to any part of the city 49tf JOHN H. LOWELL. Augusta, April 21st, 1870. A FILL ASSORTMENT -OF— JVBW SPRING GOODS! NOW OPENING — at — FOWLER, HAM & SMITH’S, -' AT Very Low Prices. flSJan-tf DR. A. H. CHAMBERLAIN, DENTAL SURGEON, 150 WATER STREET, Augusta, - Maine. Makes the successful treatment of all diseases of the mouth and teeth a specialty, employing all the latest and best improvements in the method of fill* in# with gold and all proper material. Ulcerated teeth peimanently cured, and their decayed and broken dow n crowns filled and built up to their original shape and beauty. Tootharhr Cured Without Extracting! Great improvement in the method of constructing and filling ARTIFICIAL TEETH. DR. CHAMBERLAIN is inserting a large nua* her of sets of these teeth, w hich for beauty, dura* billtv and adaptation, cannot be surpassed any w here. The plate will not start or drop down, and i* warranted to fit perfectly. All are invited to call and examine specimens of teeth made on red, pink and w hite rubber. FRESH GAS EVERY DAY. fmajC-tf A MOVDEltFlL DISCOVERY ! Cure Without Medicine. EQ1.4LIZEK or VAC'Iirn CERE, City, Town and County Rights for sale. Send for Circular. E. If. PACKER, M. D., tniay211w P. O. Box 515, Boston, Mass. * Dissolution. rTMIE Co-partnership heretofore existing between X L A. Nason, C. 41. Hatuleu, A- W. Philbrook, 4 T. B. Perkins, under the style of NASON, HAM* LEN & CO., is this dav dissolved by mutual con sent. The business will he settled by HAMLEN A PHILBROOK, At the OLI> STAND. K. A. NASON, C. II. HAMLEN, A. W. I’ll!LBROOK, April 13, 1370. T. It. PERKINS. The undersigned will continue the Dry Goods DualnoM, of the tlrm of Nason, Hanilen A Co., AT TIIEIIt OLD STAND, Corner Bridge and Water Streets. Those indebted to the late firm are requested to call and settle. HAMLEN A PHILBROOK. C. II. IlAMI.liN, A. IV. I’lItl.llKOOK April 13,1370.__tl«apr-2m DEMISE CASTILE SOAP, Pure Neatsfoot Oil, CHAMOIS SKlXS, SPONGE or all kinds, FEATHER HESTERS, Horse Brushes, Horse Liniments, Ointments and Powders Of all kinds, PATENT AXLE GREASE, rreth Carriage & Wagon Mats Of*all kinds, atat for aale low by TITCOMH A DORR. ISmayeodtf West End Kennebec Bridge. Edward Rowse: 124 WATER STREE1 DEALER IN Watches, Jewelry, AND SILVER WARE ! Agent lor the Waltham Watch (omp'y, Ami LAZAltVS & MC KRIS’ Perfected Spectacles. Special attention paid to the repairing of ail kinds or FINE HATCHES. Chronometer Balances applied and accurately adjusted to temperature portion and isoehronism. TIME TAKEN BY TRANSIT. Mjan70-tf« OIL CLOTH CARPETING! AT Williamson ft (ireeawooft’a, A Free Gift to All / HILL'S BHErXATIC PILLS. To Kheumatic. Neuralgia and Gout subject** a “ample box of these PiU* will be given by F. W. Kiss* has, Water St-, Augusta, and tor sale by all Apothecaries at 25 cents per box; 5 boxes $1. 0. A. HILL, Proprietor KMmar-3m PORTLAND, ME. WILLIAM H. W00BBUBY, ^Successor to E. D. Noroross,) - DEALER IN — Hot Air Furnaces, Stoves & Ranges, ror Wood or Coni, Tin, Pressed, and Japanned wAirna i ami Kl'ICUEN GOODS generally. TIN ROOFING-& JOBBING OF ALL KINDS Promptly alit'iidrd i. Or Special attention given to act Hot All- Punmowi I A fete Doors south of the Railroad Bridge, Water Street, Augusta. tl2maratw-ly STOVES AND FURNACES At WILLIAMSON A (JUEKNWOOD’S, 0