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first Letter Foundry In Vow England
Commenced in 1817.
Boston Type Foundry
Always noted for ita
Hard and Tough Metal,
And its large varieties of
And lately for its unrivalled
Newupnpor Fnoew.
llrrtrotyplng Done In all Its Branches.
Address orders to
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sary to ensure good metal, even with a know ledge
of the l>est combinations—therefore, th.- safest way
is to buy of the oldest established Foundry.
newspaper styles.
Our Newspaper Faces (body, two-line, and dis
play) are of our own cutting, and the best made, as
n glance at the papers we lit ont will prove.
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variety, adapted to all kinds of work, including our
Revived Old Styles, the most perfect embodiments
or the letters of the last century yet presented,
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OXE of the bei-t remedies for Coughs, Colds,
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Throat and Lung.-, for sale by
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Successors to Edward Fenno,
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Testaments ami Trayer Hooks
Letter, Note, and bill Paper,
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Also a line assortment of *
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Rifles and Shot Guns made to order ami war
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The best quality and largest stock ever kept in
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\cw 1'ork Office, : : 118 JOHN STREET.
ft. If.~EDDY,
Late Agent of the U. S. Patent Office, Washington,
under the Act of ltCl7.
No. 78 Stute Street, {opposite Kilby Street) BOSTON.
\FTEIt an extensive practice of upward* of 20
years, continue* to i-eenre Patents in the Uni
ted state*; also iu Creat Britain, Franc© ami other
foreign countries. Caveats, Specifications, Bonds,
Assignments, and ail papers or draw ings for Pa
tents, executed on reasonable terms* with dispatch.
Research©* made into American and Foreign works j
to determine Uie validity and utility of Patents of
inventions, and legal and other advice rendered on
ill] matters touching the same. Copies of the claims
of auy patent furnished by remitting one doilur.
Assignments re orded in NN ashiugton.
No Agency in the United state* possesses superb
or facilities for obtaining Patents, or ascertaining
the patentability of inventions.
During eight month- the subscriber, in the course
of his large practice, made on twice rejected appli
cations. sixteen upuenU. every one of which was de
cided in his ftuor by the Commissioner of Patent*.
“I regard Mr. Eddy as one of the most capable
and successful practitioner* with whom I have hud
official intcreour.-e. CliAKLK8 MASON,
Commissioner of Patents.”
“I have no hesitation in assuring inventors that
1 they cannot employ a man more competent and
trustworthy, and more capable of putting their ap
plications in a form to secure for them an early aud
favorable consideration at the Patent Office.
Late Commissioner of Patent* .”
“Mr. R. H- SPOT ha* made for me THIRTEEN
application Hi, in all but ONE of which patents have
been granted, and that one is now pending Such
unmistakable proof of great (Aleut and ability on ins
part leads me to recommend <Ul inventors to apply
to hsin to procure their patents.ps tlief may be sure
*f havinglli# moat faithftil attention bestowed on
Iheir 0B.es .0.1 «l very re“eu^}y{,!^JJjlRT
Boetoa, /so. 1. W.O- ***
Concentrated Flnid Extract Bncin,
The Proprietor trusts that his Remedies, fVomthe
fart of their being advertised, may not be classed as
Patent Medicines.
Hei.mbond’s Fluid Extract Btrciiu,
is a Pharmaceutical Preparation. The proper name
is given, and it is the most active which can be
made; it is indorsed as a cure by all medical works,
for such diseases as recommended by the Proprie*
or. It is pleasant in its taste and odor, free from
til injurious properties, and is taken by Adults and
Children. It is Tonic, Diuretic, Blood Purifying
ind Invigorating. Enfeebled and delicate constitu
ions of both sexes \\ ill find it far more strength
ening than any of the preparations of bark or iron.
See Medical‘Properties contained in Dispensatory
*f the United States, of w hich the following is a
■orrect copy.
BUCHU.—Its odor is strong, diffusive, and some
what aromatic, its taste is bitterish, and analogous
o that of mint. It is given chiefly in complaints of
he Urinary Organs, such as Gravel, Chronic C’a
arrh of the Bladder, morbid irritation of the Blad*
ler anti Urethra, diseases of the Prostate Gland,
ind Retention nr the Incontinence of Urine, from a
oss of tone iu the parts concerned in Its evacuation,
ft has also been recommended in Dyspepsia,
Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections and
Jure of Gravel of Five Years’ Standing—
Stone passed and to be seen.
Savannah, Tenn., May 14,1800.
r>r. ii. T. Helm bold,
I>f.ar Sir : We Introduced your “Fluid Extract
Eluchu” in this country about eight months ago, and
ire happy to slate that it is meeting with universal
avor. \ve wish to inform you of one instance
among many) where your “Buchu” has worked
venders. A man in our county, named J. 11. Es
ell, had been sufferinjLabout live years with grav*
I. About six week- ago he bought of us one bot
le of your “Buchu.” and before he was through
,vith one bottle he passed a gravel that weighs eight
grains, which we now have on exhibition in our
Irug store. He savs he never will be without the
•Buchu” in his house again. Your preparations
ire gaining favor even* dav. Very respectfully,
t ours Ac., KCCLES & HINKLE, Druggists.
- •
Cure of Bladder and Kidney Affection of
Westport, Conn, Sept, ft, lt«>9.
II. T. Helm bold, Esq.
Dear Sir . I •ommenced taking your “Extract
of Buchu” about two weeks since for an affection of
the bladder and kidneys. I have suffered by spells
verv much for a few days past. But yesterday re
lief came through the effect of your “Buchu.” A
stone passed mv bladder about the size of a large
pea, and I now feel perfectly well and entirely free
from the pain that I have suffered with “so hard.”
I attribute iny cure to your medicine entirely, and
would recommend all persons similarly affected to
trv it. I have great faith in it- curative powers.
* Yours truly, THOMAS J. BENNETT.
Rev. WILLI AM COGSWELL. Westport, Conn.
J. L. G. CANNON, Druggist, Westport, Conn.
II. B. WHEELER, esq., Westport, Conn.
BRADLEY HULL, esq., Westport, Conn.
Dr. WAKKMAN, Reading, Conn.
R. W. R. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist New
York City.
And many others If necessary.
Cure of Kidney and Liver affection of a
Patient Seventy-Eight years of Age.
Girard, Pa., March 31, I860.
Editor Cosmoplite : I desTre, as an unsolicited
tribute to the merits of Helmbold's Buchu, and for
the benefit of those similarly afflicted as myself, to
say that after consulting many eminent physicians,
and trying nearly all the best advertised remedies,
in the vain hope of finding relief from aggrivatea
kidney and bladder diseases, from which 1 have
suffered excessively for many years, good fortune
finally suggested to me Ilcltubold’s Buchu, which I
commenced using with little faith, and no apparent
beneficial results for about a month. At the expir
ation of that time,However, I thought 1 commenced
to experience slight relief, which encouraged me to
persevere in its use, and now, at the expiration of
four months, although I am an infirm old man,
nearly 78 years of age, and consequently medicines
cannot be*expected to favorably affect me as they
otherwise would, 1 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 an acknowledgement to him anil
a valuable suggestion to the public.
Yours respectfully, D. M. LAREN.
Mr. La re n refers to the following gentlemen.
Col. DAN. RICE, Girard, Pa.
CHAS. STOW, esq., Girard, Pa., Editor Cosmo
GEORGE II. CUTLER, Girard, Pa., Attorney.
C. I. HINDS, <iIrani, l*a., Attorney.
Cant. D. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard, I*a„ Attorney.
DAVID OLIN, Girard, I*a., Merchant.
DAVID E. DAY, Girard, Pa., Merchant.
C F. ROC KWELL, Girard, Pa., Merchant.
B. C. ELY, Girard, Pa., Druggist.
A Permanent Cure of Gravel of twelve
years standing—Stone passed
Burnside, Conn., Dec. 1ft, 1809.
Du. Helmrold—Dear Sir: It is with much
pleasure that I write you upon facts respecting my
self. I do not know hardly how to express myself.
1 have been for the last ten or twelve years the
greatest sufferer man could be and live; out more
sometimes than others. The complaint was the
“Kidneye”ami “Bladder.” 1 have been sometimes
(Vom twelve to fourteen hours, and wanted to make
water every minute, but could not. Have consult
ed doctors,'both in Massachusetts and this State,
and taken pills, 1 may say, by the quart, also liq
uored medicines, blit found no relief tVom any, and
got worse the last six months. I was so thatl could
scarcely get about. I could not rest night or day.
It would soon have been “all up” with me if I had
not seen your advertisement m “The Berkshire
Courier” headed “Kidueys.” I read it through and
[bought 1 would try it. 1 purchased a bottle, but,
mind you, had not much faith in it. Why should I, I
when 1 had been trying so many things and cost me |
so much? \Vi 11, 1 began taking it, and before I had ,
taken the flr-t bottle 1 felt bad: but I finished it and f
got another. By the time 1 took half of the second 1
I still got worse (apparently). When I walked it
seemed as if my right kidney w as falling from its
place, and 1 felt really bad 1 felt so, before 1 bad
tinished the second, that 1 had made up my mind it
was of no use trying any more—and all this time
the “Ituehu” w as doing its work, but 1 did not
know it; so 1 gave it up and went to Hartford on
Saturday to set* one of the best doctors in the city.
He said it was the neck of the bladder, and I should
have to undergo an operation. He gave me med
icine, and I went home quite downhearted. On
Sunday I was unable to go to church. I had not
taken any of hi- medicine, but on my return contin
ued using the “But hu,” ami in the afternoon 1 had
a desire to make water, but could not. About one
hour after this I tried again, with the same result;
but the next time 1 took the vessel it was the same
hs turning a faucet mid stopping it off again, it
was so for three times, and the third time there was
something came through the passage and struck
itgainst the side of the vessel, i examined it, and it
is the ugliest stone or gravel you ever saw, cov
ered over w ith little peices which collided together.
It looks the color of a mud turtle, and is as hard as
a flint. So you see the “Buehu” was 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 la-t Sunday, 1 have been as well as ever
I was in my life. 1 have the stone securely wrapped
and those who have seen it in this place arc sur
prised. 1 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 !
known in Berk-lure; also in Connecticut. The ad
vertisement saved me. Why not publish more?
1 he Springfield Republican is a w ide-spread paper.
If anv one wishes to see this wonder, they can do
so. I could w rite all day, but think I have said
enough this time, so I remain your ever well wisher
Paper Maker, Burnside. Hartford Co., Conn.
Dr. MACK, Burnside, Conn.
Dr. WRIGHT, North Lee, Mass.
I>r. HOLKUM, North Lee, Mass.
Dr. ADAMS, Stockbrklge, Mass.
Dr. SCOTT, North Manchester, Conn.
Dr. JAQUK8, BuckUnd Corners, Coqn.
Dr. BEARS FORD. Hartford, Conn.
All of whom treated me for the disease.
is a physician of over SO years experience, and a
graduate of the .Jeffersonian Medical College, and
of the Cni versify of Medicine and Surgery of IMiil
Mr.H.T. Hklmbot.p—Pear Sir: In regard to
the question asked me as to my opinion about Bu
chu, I would say I have used and bold the article in
various forms for the past thirty years. 1 do not
think there is any form or preparation of it I have net
used, or known to be used, in the various diseases
where such medicate agent would he indicated.
You are aware, as well as myself, that it has been
extensively employed in the various diseases of the
Madder and kidneys, and the reputation it has ac
quired, in my judgment, is warranted by the facts.
I have seen ami used, as before stated, every form
of Buchu—the powdered leaves, tincture, fluid ex
tracts—and 1 am not congnizant of any preparation
of that plant at all equal to yours. Twelve years
experience ought, 1 think, to give me the right to
fiKige of its merits; ami, w ithout prejudice or par
tiality. I give yours precedence over all others.
1 value vour Buchu for its effects on patients. I
have cured with it. and seen cured with it. more
diseases of the Madder and kidneys than 1 have
ever seen com! with any other Buchu or any other
proprietary compound of w hatever name. Respect
fully yours, Ac.,
August 11,18G5. 140 Wood-st., Pittsburg, Penn.
Philadelphia, Penn., June 25,18fi7.
II. T. Hf.lmhold, Druggist— Dear sir: I have
been a sufferer for upwards of twenty years with
gravel, bladder ami kidney affections, during which
time I have used various medicinal preparations,
and been under the treatment of the most eminent
physicians, experiencing but little relief.
Having seen your preparations extensively ad
vertised, I consulted my family physican in regard
to using your Eqtract) Buchu.
I did this because I had used ad kinds of adver
tised remedies and hail found them worthless, and
some quite injurious; in fact, I despaired of ever
getting well, and determined to use no remedies
hereafter unless 1 knew of the ingredients. It was
this that prompted me to use your remedy. As you
advertised that it was composed of buchu. eubebs
and juniper berries, it occurred to me and my phys
ician as an excellent combination ; and with Ins ad
vice, alter 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. I felt much like writing to you a
full statement of my case at the time, but thought
my improvement might only be temporary, and
therefore concluded to defer, and see it it would
effect a perfect cure, knowing that it would he ot
greater value to you and more satisfactory to me.
I am now able'to report that a cure is effected,
after using the remedy for five months.
I have not used any now for three months, and
leel ns well in all respects as I ever did.
Your Ruchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste
and odor, a nice tonic and in vigorator of the system.
I do not mean to be without it whenever occasion
may require its use on such affections.
Should any doubt Mr. McCormic’s statement, he
refers to the following gentlemen :
Hon. Wm, BIGLER, ex-Govemor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. C. KNOX, Philadelphia.
Hon. J. S. BLACK, Philadelphia.
lion. D. It. PORTER, ex-Govcmor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. ELLIS LEVIS, Philadelphia.
Hon. It. C. GRIER, Philadelphia.
Hon. G. W. WOODWARD, Philadelphia.
Hon. W. A. PORTER, Philadelphia.
lion. JOHN BIGLER, ex-Govemor of California.
Hon. E. BANKS, Washington, I). C.
And many others if necessary.
Rahway, N. J., Dee. 2,18*59.
II. T. Helmrold, Esq.,—Dear Sir: I take great
pleasure in sending you a certificate, in addition to
the many you have received from suffering human
ity. I*run scarcely find language sufficiently strong
to express my heartfelt gratification at the wonder
ful cure your'“Buchu” has effected. For four years
1 have suffered beyond description. All my friends
(with myself) came to the conclusion thatmy case
was incurable. Accident placed your advertise
ment in my bauds. I commenced taking your “Bu
chu.” I followed the directions, and to my utter
astonishment before I had taken seven bottles ot
your valuable medicine (I would give $100 9 bottle,
if I could not get it at any other price) I am entirely '<
cured. I most earnestly recommend it to all those j
suffering from disease." I have told many persons j
to take your valuable medicine’, and they are doing
so with great success. Any information my fellow
citizens may require will* he freely given by the
subscriber at his residence, No. 7H Milton-ave., New
I Jersey. II. M. FREEMAN,
Councilman Third Ward, city of Rahway.
Rahway, X. J., Dec. 2, I860.
We, the undersigned, are well acquainted with
II. M. Freeman of Rahway, ami know that he lias
been a long time suffering, in tin* worst possible
form, for the past four years, and that In* 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. MKL1CK, Councilman.
LEWIS HOFF, Councilman.
J. B. STRYKER, Merchant.
City Hall, Mayor’s Office, ;
Rahway, N. J., Dec. ft, I860. \
This will certify that I am personally acquainted
with II. 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. s. vol. Institute, i
Corner of Fiflh-avc. and Seventy-sixth st., >
Central Park. >
I)R. H. T. Helmuold: Two bottles only of the
package of your valuable Buchu presented to the
institute have been used by the children, and with
perfect success. In the case of our little lieutenant
A. J., his pride is no longer mortified, and he is free
Irom the daily morning anathemas of the chamber
maid who has charge of his bedding. 1 feel that a
knowledge of the result of our use of your Buchu
with the children under our charge may save many
a superintendent and matron of boarding-sclfools
and asylums a great amount of annoyance; aud
many a' poor child, suffering more IVom weakness
than'from habit, may be spaied punishment that is
(not knowing it as a weakness instead of a hail
habit) most unjustly inflicted upon them. Thank
ing you on behalf or the children, and hoping others
may he alike benefited, I am respectfully yours,
COL. YOUNG, General Sup’t and Director.
June 16, 1866.
Great Salt Lake City, )
Utah, Jan. 28, 1868. i
Mr 11. T. Hei.mhoi.d— Dear sir : Your commu
nication requesting our terms for advertising was
duly received, but from a prejudice I bad formed
against advertising ‘•cures for secret diseases,” it
was left unanswered. During an accidental con
versation iu a drug store the other evening, my
mind was changed on the character of your Buchu.
It was then highly recommended for other diseases
by two physicians present. Kudosed please find
our rates oi* advertising. Yours, &c..
F.ditor and Proprietor of Daily and Semi-Weekly
upward of eighteen years, prepared by H. T.
UKLMBOLD, Druggist, No. 504 Broadway, New
York, and No. 104 South Tenth St., Philadelphia,
l’eun. Price fl 2ft per bottle, or six bottles for
#6 50, delivered to any address. Sold by Druggists
None are genuine unless done up in steel cn
graved wrapper, with fac simile of my Chemical
Warehouse, and signed
)yia n. t. iielmbold.
ftugugta Director®.
State st., between Bridge and Oak. .1. F. Bingham
paste* residence No. ti state street. Morning
service 10..'JO A. M. Afternoon service4.30 I*. M.
Evening 7 I*. M.
FIRST BAPTIST,—Corner Winthrop and Perham
sts. .1. Ricker, pastor; residenceChestnut street.
Morning servine 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P.
M. Evening 7P.M.
FREE BAPTIST,—state street, north of Bridge.
(’. E. Penney, pastor; resilience Summer street.
Morning service 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P.
M. Evening 7P.M.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL,—Green street, east of
State. C. A. King, pastor; residence at the par
sonage, next door to the church. Morning ser
vice 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 4.30 P. M. Evening
7 P. M.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL,—State st.. between
Oak and Winthrop. Rev. Mr. Upjohn, rector.
Morning service 10.30 A. M. Evening service 7 P.
UNIVKRS A LIST,—Cor. Winthrop and Summer sts.
C. R. Moor, pastor; residence Winthrop street,
below Orchard. Morning service 10.30 A. M.
Sabbath School service at 14 A. M. Evening ser
vice at 7 P. M.
UNITARIAN,—Comer Oak and State sts. Rev.
Mr. Cram, pastor; morning service 10.30 A. M.
Sabbath School service 2 13 I*. M. Preaching
service in evening at 7 o’clock
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O’Brien, priest; resilience near the elinreh.
The Congregational, First Baptist, Free Will
Baptist and Methodist Churches hold social con
ference meetings in their vestries every Wednesday
evening, at hall-past seven o’clock.
Y. M. C. A.
Rooms in Darby Block, Water Street. Regular
prayer meetings every Monday evening. Religious
exercises every Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Rooms open to all.
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Stated meetings first Monday of each month.
Special meetings every Monday evening. F. A.
Crowell. Master. J. V\ . Clapp. Secretary.
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M. to 8 P. M. Sunday 0 to 10 A. M.
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Wednesday and Friday. Arrives Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
Every morning a train leaves Augusta at
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McCullt, Pastor, residence on Chestnut St. Morning
service, 10.30; Afternoon service. 215.
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Free Baptist Church, Academy Street, between Second
and Middle.
y. M. C. A.
Regular meetings of the Young Men's Christian Associ
ation of Hallowell, 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 Sunday evening—
In Burns' Schoolhouae, Farmingdale, at 7 o’clock.
In Schoolhouae at French’s Corner, Chelsea, at 7 o’clock.
In Loudon llill Schoolhouse, at 7 o’clock.
In the Wilder Schoolhouse, Manchester, at 7 o’clock.
At Litchfield N. ck at, 2 1-2.
II. S. OWEN, Secretary.
Kennebec Lodge, No 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 the full of the moon, quarterly.
Trinity Commandery. Meetings at Augusta on the
Friday on or before the full moon of each month.
A. I). KNIGHT, E. C. A. L. SMITH, Rec’r.
Union Temple of Honor and Temperance. No. 3. Reg
ular meetings, every Tuesday evening.
Kennebec Council, No. 4. Regular meetings on the first
and third Friday evenings of each mouth.
J. J. JON KS, C. of C. C. C. HUNT, R. of C.
Sheridan Lodge, No. 293, I. 0. of G. T. Regular meet
ings everv Saturday evening. *
P. S. BOYD, W. C. T. F. A. A. HEATH, R. S.
Ureal Improvement in
Artificial Teeth.
INSERTS Teeth on Upbp.kk by a new process, by
which the plate is made an thin an a metallic
base; at the same time the plate is flexible, amt less
liable to break.
This mode insures likewise the certainty of a
perfect lit.
Having purchased the exc.lunire right to use this
mode in Kennebec county, 1 shall be happy to show
its peculiar advantages to any one who needs arti
00 Winthrop Street.
Augusta, '>un. 28th, 1870. t*l>J*n-8w,fc.1w8
Great liargaintti at
32 WELLS’ %
Water Street, Augusta, Me.
Which will be sold at very low rates for cash.
We also keep the best stock of
Walnut Caskets and Coffins,
And COMMON COFFINS of all kinds, and the best
trimmings, with Plates engraved to order, and have
lately added an assortment of
All of which will be sold as low ns at any establish
ment in ttie State.
C. U. A H. U. WET.t.3.
Office over Hunt’s Can Store, West End of the
Kennebec Bridge.
Residence on Spring Street. my*0’G8
Bitters ! Bitters !
Liver Complaint,
Nervous Debility,
Loss of appetite,
Headache, &c.,
To which all persons are more or less subject in Spuing and Si mmer.
And composed of some of the best ROOTS and HERBS in the world.
Try Thera. They are Warranted to do as Recommended !
Price, 250 Cents per Bottle.
Johnson Brothers,
Of every Description.
Varying A n Price from $17.00 to $100.00 S
H’E do not keep any man’s celebrated Hafne-*. but bavins had niiietirn year's experience in mann
▼ ▼ facturing even- varietv of Harness tioods ami the greater portion oi that time tor the people of
Augusta ami vicinity we will let the quality ami worth of our goods rest upon their own merit.
As we keep a larger number 01 workman and consequently a larger stork ami greater variety of
manufactured work' than anv firm in our line in thi.- city, we invite all in want ol su<;h goods to call
before purchasing, bearing fn mind that we keep no Harnes-cs manufactured by other linns tor whole
bale trade but manufacture all our goods and warrant them to give satisfaction.
(Opposite Cony House) 143 Water Street, Augusta.
Don’t pay two profits on your Trunks, but buy at the only place in A ugusta » here they are manufactured
Augusta Trunk Factory 2
Sign oT tlx© “BIG TnUNlt.”
la re
and i»tocl - - , ,
sell them at SPECIE PKICES -ltemember the place,
Sign of the “Big Trunk,” - 143 Water Street.
0„..ile c.u9 MMoh»c. W2apr tf VOI.IKtt S
I* rices I t educed.
From tills* Onto,
HARDWAR E.l All 'll &01LS
Ac., Ac., will be sold at
Prices Defying Competition !
Goods Marked Clear Down!
IB 8 Water Strcot,
Augusta. April J, 1H7U. tW
MISS TUKNEK has secured the assistance of
Miss Kalloch, (formerly at M. F. Soule’s,) and
feel* conH«lent that
She Can Suit All,
Both in Begard to Taste and Price.
gjr Remember the Place,
Under Meonian Hall, (Up-Stairs,)
And directly opposite the Cony House.
t20npr-4tJt3ml7 MISS V. TLRNER.
Feather Dusters!
► Fine Sponges,
Carriage and
Bathing do.,
A Laundry In Augusta.
THE subscriber has opened a LAUNDRY at her
resilience ou Capitol street, in Augusta, where
she would be happy to serve all in
Washing & Ironing!
The work will be done in the beat style, und
At Reduced Prices !
Capitol Street
Augusta, April 7, 1870, fSapr-Sm
Genuine Imported Soaps,
drugs; medicines,
Fancy Goods,
Opposite POST OFFICE. _
MW IlOOI), 154tli Edition.
A MEDICAL ESSAY on the Cause and Cure ol
Premature Decline, showing how health is lost
and how regained. It given a dear Synopsis of the
Impediment* to M Altuiauk, the treatment of Nutt
and the remedies therefor,—the results of twenty
years’ successful practice.
“There is no member of society by w hom this
book will not be found useful, whether such person
holds the relation of Parent, Preceptor, or Clergy
man.”—London Medical Time* and (lazette.
“ ‘Manhood.’ The experience and reputation ol
I)r. 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.”— Daily Timet.
Sent bv mail on receipt of .V) cents. Address
the Author, Du. Cum is, 14 Chapman street. Bos
ton, Mass. mart8-tooaSm
Water st., Gardiner, Me.
Travelling Agent.
iuay4-tf _
imuj.v«o.r a* GMtBE.vwooirs.
Daily Express Line!
Kennebec & Boston Express!
TJl'Xs daily from Anguntn to Portland, Bouton,
IV and »U iiitormoiliato station*.
Goods forwarded, nml Notes, DraBi* and Cheeks
roller ted lo all parts of the I'nited States « itii des
paten and at I.ow Bates.
Orders for the tmrehase of Bonds, Bills of Ex
change, Frail, ftr., 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 sEure of the public patronage.
Boston Office, 57 Kilby Street,
Portland Office, 97 Exchange Street.
AGENTS: Boston, It. K. Smith* Portland. G. L.
Lothrop ft Co.: Augusta, J. F. Pierre; Hallowed,
C. E. Fuller: Gardiner, B. Lawrence, Jr.; Rich
mond, E. F. Hatch; Brunswick, K. Crawford.
f4o*»r-tf II. A. BRICK, Proprietor.
The Dally Kennebec Journal,
Established Jan. 1, 1870.
Notices by the Press.
The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour
nal was issued from the Journal ofllce on Satur
day. It is about the size and style of arrangemen t
as the usual Daily Legislative’Journal, and in ty
pographical appearance will compare favorably,
we think, wit It the other Maine dailies. It is de
signed by the publishers to issue it daily through
the year,’but we fear they will llml their enterprise
which ought to lie a paying one, considering the
field it will occupy, to prove a losing one. it cost
a deal of money to publish a paper these times, and
a large, prompt paving subscription lbtanda good
ly amount of advertising patronage at respectable
rates, are necessary to make a paper self-sustain
ing, and prevent its being a source of emharass
ment to its proprietors. We tender this new can
date for public patronage our w ishes for its liuati
cial success.— Maine Standard. \
The Daily Kennebec Journal made its first
appearance last Saturday. It is a very ueat publi
cation. and enterprising.—Bangor ?F7ug.
Daily Kennebec Journal.—With the com
mencement of the New Year, we received the first
number of this new paper, published at Augusta,
by Nprague. Owen ft Nash. It is a large, seven col
umn paper, handsomely printed, nud the reputa
tion of it- publi-lier* is a .-ufficieiit guaranty that it
w ill be live and spicy.— York County Independent.
Tin Daily lvi;>neu.eu Journal was issued Jan
amn I t. and is to*be a permanent institution. It
is a well arranged, and lutnd-omely printed sheet,
and w e have no doubt if w ill receive, as it deserves,
a liberal support from the people of Augusta, Hal
lowcll and Gardiner. — HalUncdl Gazette.
Daily Kknm hfc Joi ral. We have received
the first number* of the new dully Journal now
permanently established at the State Capital, by the
enterprising publishers of the weekly Journal,
Messrs. .>Prague, Owen ft Nash. Its appearance is
m-at and business like, and its editors will doubt
less make it a progressive, live paper.—Belfast Age.
We congratulate our friend.- ul the Kennebec
Journal upon the favorable auspices under which
their new daily I been i**itue<i. It appeared on
the i t of JaMwii' in handsomeshape, its columns
well filled and showing evidence of siiftleiented
itorial ability and industry to ensure it.- entire suc
cess. We trust the public will appreciate the ef
forts of the publishers to serve them, and liberally
sustain the enterprise.— Maine Farmer. I
Thf Daily Kennebec Journal made its first
appearance New Y ear’s day. It is a well propor
tioned sheet of twenty-eight columns, and is in ev
ery way well calculated to supply a want which
Augusta has felt for a longtime. With the patron
age which it should receive from Hallowell. Gard
iner, and the other neighboring tow ns, in addition
to its local support, we see no reason why this en
terprise should not lx* crowned w ith abundant sac
ce-s.— Dexter Gazette
The Daily Kennebec Journal made its up-1
pearance on Saturday. It has a smart and newsy
look, and will succeed —Fllsrcorth American.
The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour
nal, has been received. Those .who wi.-h to re
ceive the earliest and-fullest information in regard
to the doings of the Legislature, should subscribe
for it —Fast port Sentinel.
Daily Kennebec Joi rnal. We have received '
the first number of this paper, issued -Ian. 1st. It .
is to be permanent, and being the state paper, it
will be a compend of the doings of the Legislator'-* »
valuable not only for the present, but for preserva
tion for future relerem-e. It w ill furnish early and
full report** of the State Convention- of all kinds; .
full reports of the Legislature, Legislative Commit- J
tee, Board of Education, Board of Agriculture, and ■
all other matters of interest relating to the State
Government, thus making itself useful to a very
wide circle of readers extending over all pafts ol j
the state. It will be a reliable and straight-forward
Republican paper, and the first number indicates *
that it w ill lie conducted w ith ability, and with fldel- t
i 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, Presque Isle. )
Daily Kennebec Journal. The advertisement
of this new dally appears in our columns to-day. <
It gives the legislative proceedings of each day very '
fully, contains telegraphic dispatches, the financial
ana coniraereiul transactions in New Y ork and Bos
Um, and is in every respect a first-class daily pa
per. Terms $7 per year, or $2 for the legislative
session.—A ndroscoggin Herald.
Daily Kfnneheu Journal. The enterprising
proprietors of the Kennebec Journal, issued the
llr.-l number of their new daily Jun. 1st. It is hand
somely executed. ably conducted, and deserves at ,
least fifteen hundred subscribers along the river.
During the legislature it i» especially valfRlde.— *
Somerset Reporter.
The publishers of the Kennebec Journal com -
J mencea their daily paper with the New Year. It
I is a good looking sheet, much superior to the form
er session issues. No thrice weekly will be pub £
! Halted.—Brackett in Belfast Age.
Newm auers. With the New’ Year we are greet- K
ed by the Daily Kennebec Journal, published
by >prague, Owen A Nash. It is of good size, it*
! matter is well arranged, and its editorial conduct c
will -how the same ability which has governed the
weekly Journal.— Fret Press, Rockland.
The Daii.y Kknnbec Journal has reached us
and is fully up to the *tandard of our expectations.
Its typographical appearance is neat, and its geuer
j al arrangement all that could be desired. We hop©
I it w ill be liberally patronized, and it will be if the
people of the State do their duty.—Farmington j
| Chronicle.
NAL promptly made its appearance on Saturday, ,
Jan. 1st. It is a handsome sheet, got no in a style J
that does credit to its enterprising publishers.- >
Huhlefurd 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 ol tho '
Kennebec.— Gardiner Howe Journal,
Daily Kennebec Journal. We have received
the first nnmber ot the daily issued by the publish
ers ol* the Kennebec Journal. This is not to be foi J
the Legislature only, hut is to be a permanent daily
publication. There is no reason why the large cit
ies and towns which cluster about the capital
should not afford support to at least one daily, even i
though the railroad trains do bring Boston papers .
in ft lew hours from the press. The Journal is a
handsome sheet, well tilled with news and niiseel- ;•
lany, and w e trust w ill be a success.—Belfast Jour
TllF. new Daily. We have received the first
number ot the Daily Kennebec Journal. It is
one of the best looking daily papers which comes
toouroflb e. There is no reason w hy such a spright
ly journal should not stall 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 last Saturday, and is understood to be a
permanent institution, ll deserves a liberal sup
port in the Kennebec valley, not only through the
session of the Legislature, of whose doings it will
give full report daily, but permanently.— Wuterville
New spa pori a l. The Daily Kennebec Journal »
made its appearance on Saturday morning last. It
is printed in first-rate style, and manifests a great »
deal of enterprise in its ninnagt ment. We are glad j
to notice that it lias a good list of subscribers in
this city, w ho receive their papers from a carrier at *
eight o’clock. This is a great convenience, and one
that should lie appreciated by ourpeople.— Gardiner l
A to t st a Daily Journal. This paper made its*
appearance last Saturday, very neatly printed and*
lull of matter. Our only apprehension is that Au
gusta brethren are giving too much reading for the
patronage of a place no larger than Augusta.
Success to the enterprise.— Brunswick Telegraph.
We have received the first two or three numbers i,
of the Daily Kennebec Journal, published by ,
Messrs. Sprague, Owen A Nash. Augusta, which <
is hereafter to be a permanent daily paper, instead ,
of being published only during the season ol the
Legislature, as heretofore. It Is a handsome sey-|
cn-eolmnn paper, well made up, giviug much agri
' cultural and miscellaneous reading, ns w ellaslo '
! eal and general new s. We have no doubt it will bo \
ably conducted and w ish it substantial success.—
Rockland Gazette.
The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour
nal made its appearance on Saturday. It is very
neatly got up,— Oxford Democrat.
The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour
nal promptly made its appearance on Saturday,1
the 1st Inst. It i.-a handsome sheet, got up in’uj
style that does credit to its enterprising publishers.
—’Oxford Register.
anew Daily Newspaper. We receive the Daily
Kennebec Journal, n goodly sized, well filled
and smart appearing paper, published by Messrs..
Sprague, Owen A Nash, at Augusta, the proprie
tors of the Old (Weekly) Kennebec Journal: terms,
$7 a year in advance. We hope it w ill be patron
ized bvour Republican friends, and we think it will ?
be, being the first and only daily issued at the Capi„.
ta 1 —Macbias Union.
Crockery and Glass Ware,
Augurtn, Aiiril 4, 1870. t">a|ir-tf
Place Wasted.
BY a perron who iB competent to do housework!
or take oar »> ..hiklrev Aiiplr it FAKAIElt'S'
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