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Tkf CVrkavt-Worm—A correspondent of the riattsbury American gives his method of fighting these ]>e*ts, in which he scents to have been successful. The miller that deposits the egg is about the size of the common bee-miller, with Igoader wings, and of a dark brown color. They deposit their eggs about the loth to the 15th of June, on the under side of the leaves, generally on the new suckers, and close to the.ground. The eggs arc white and glued to the stem and branch stems of the leaf, in a row, the ends nearly touch ing—there being sometimes one hundred on a single leaf They hatch in three or 1 four days, the young worm crawling from the stem to the thin part of the leaf, where it at once begins its work of devastation, being invariably blessed with a ravenous appetite. The first indications of their I presence will he seen in the leat in which they were hatched, being pierced with holes about the size of a pin head, each worm making a separate hole. They continue to gnaw round and round until the several holes meet, and the leal is en tirely consumed. when they all emigrate , in a body to the leaf above, which soon disappears, and soon, leaving nothing! but the withered stems behind them. After following up to the top of the sprout they started on, they then separate, and fo off on different branches of the bush. hey live about twentv-five or thirty days on the bush, when they fall to the ground, Change to the chrysalis form, work them selves Into the ground, and there remain until about the first of June, when they reappear in the form of a perfect miller, to repeat the operation of the ywu before. My method of fighting these plagues is as follows: Keep close watch of the hushes after they are fully leaved out, ex amining very closely the lower leaves on the new shoots, and as soon as you see one that is perforated with small holes, pick it and drop it into an old pail, and so go over all the bushes carefully every other day, so long as the worms continue to hatch, which will be about two or three weeks, and burning the leaves plucked. Be sure and pick, each time going over the bush, every leaf gnawed by the worms. I have about seventy-five as fine bushes as yon often see, while tnbst of the currant bushes in this vicinity are entirely destroy ed. 1 have had to be vigilant and per severing, bnt I have conquered so far, which is some satisfaction, and have all the nice currants I want to use. , UX.-i..vj;—1 RICH’S Vegetable Cough Cordial I ONE of the best remedies for Coughs Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, and all affection# of the Throat and Lung#, for tab* by JOHNSON BROTHERS, Opp. Post Ollier, Anenstn, Me, CLAPP &. NORTH, BuocMsors to EAw«rd Fenno, BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 155 Water Street, Augusta, M o . , HAVE yact received large addition * to their ».* aortment of Miscellaneous, Blank and School Books, B III I, E H, Testaments and Prayer Books Letter, Hole, and LIU Paper. ENVELOPES, of all Sizes and Styles, INITIAL STATIONERY, BLANK FORMS of all Kinds, Slates and Sponges, PENCILS, PENS, AND PENHOLDERS! Ink ask mucilage, WAX, tor Wax Flowers ! Also a lino ttisurmwut of FANCY GOODS, REVENUE ST AMES of all sizes, t l'.Mpr-o-• KV17zt' ^ Shoutin'* Tackle. M. W~LON«, SUCCESSOR TO L. it. I.ELAND, GTCTlSr SMITH And Dealer In Shooting Tackle of Every Variety. Rifles and Shot Gun# made to order and war ranted. Old Shot Guns rimmed out smooth and made to nhoot thick and strong. Also, Ammunition of the nicest quality. Hu pairing done Neatly ami Promptly. BlRHtlntf Powder. The bust quality and larged stock ever kept in this market. For hale at Factory prioos. Country Dealer# supplied in uny quantity or quality at di*» eouut. ljan-ly CHINA TEA COMPANY -HAVE OPENED A Branch. Store, No. #8 WATER STREET, AUGUSTA, -WnEKK roi' CAN (ICY — Teas, CotfecN, Sugars, MpteM, Tobacco. Ac.. Ac., A» cheap as any where in New England. — Mr. AH SEE, a native Chinese Tea Merchant, , dressed in bh> native cobtume, i* now in this place ami will remain for a few days, and will be happy to wait outUobv w ho may favor him with a call. COME ONE ! COME ALL ! ! See for Yourselves. tnjayl'.Mw _CHINA TEA CO. DELL SDIOXDS' Fashionable Hair Dressing Rooms, Opposite Parrott A Bradbury’s, Hater Street, : Augusta, Me, Shaving. Shampooing, Hair-Dressing, Cutting, Col oriug, Jte-, in tin* most approved ntyte of the art. Particular attention paid to cutting and curling La dies’and Children's hair. All kinds of Hair Work made to order in the latest style. lJauTO-ly PLUMBING! flMfE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens A oi Augu*ta ami vicinity 0»at he ia prepared to flo ail kiiids of Plumbing work at the shortest no tice. TOOse about to Lav*- water introduced into their buildings will do well to cull on him before gollijf elsewhere. II. H. STRATTON’, Corner Bridge and Water Streets. SdJO/ootton guaranteed. Itftf HARDWARE! At WTLTJAMSON A ti BEEN WOOD’S H. T. llEMIBOLD’S Concentrates Fluid Eitract Bnchn, THE GREAT DIURETIC. The Proprietor trusts that his Remedies, from the fart of their being advertised, may not be classed as Patent Medicines. Hkimholp’s Fluii> Kxtract Buchu, is a Pharmaceutical Preparation. The proper name j is given, ami it is the most active which run l»e made; it is indorsed as a cure by all medical works, for such diseases as recommended by the Proprie tor. It is pleasant in its ta-te and odor, free from till injurious properties, and is taken by Adults and Children. It is Tonic, Diuretic, Blood Purifying md Invigorating. Knfieobled and delicate constitu lions of both sexes will find it far more strength ening than any of the preparations <>f bark or iron. See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory [>f the United States, of which the following is a correct copy. BUCIIU—Us odor is strong, diffusive, and some- j 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 irritation of the Blad der and Urethra, diseases of the Prostate Gland, and Retention or the Incontinence of t rine. from a loss of tone in the parts concerned in it.- evacuation. ; It has also been recommended in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections and Dropsy. TESTIMONY’. Cure of gravel of Five Years’ Si an ping— | SrONE j*A.«SKL) AX1> TO llK SEC*. Savannah, Tenn., May 14,I860. j Dr. II. T. 1IEI.MBOLP, Dear SIR : We introduced your ‘Fluid Extract I Barbu*’ In this country about eight months ago, and are happv to state that ii is meeting with universal favor. We wish to inform you of one instance (among many) where your ••Buchu’has worked wonders. A’man in our county, named J. B. Ks tell, had been suffering about live years with grav el. About six weeks ago he bought of us one bot tle of vour "Puchu,*’ and before he w ay through with one Imttle he passed a gravel that w eighs eight grains, which we now have on exhibition in our drugstore. He savs he never will be without the •Buchu'’ in his house again. Your preparations are gaining favor every day. Very respectfully, yours Ac., KCCLHS 4 firNKI.E, Druggists. j Cuke op Bladder and Kidney Affection of LONG STANDING—STONE PASSED AND TO HE SEEN. WKSTFORT, Conn, Sept. IsOO. H. T. II ELM hold, Esq. Dear Sir: I commenced taking your “Extract of Buchu* about two weeks since for an affection of the bladder and kidneys. I have suffered by spells very much for a few days past. But yesterda> re lief’came through the effect of your “Buchu.” A stone passed my bladder about the size of a large pea, and I now reel perfectly well and entirely free from the pain that ! have suffered with “so hard.” I attribute n»y cure to your medicine entirely, and would recommend all pei -ons similarly affected to try U I have great faith in its cundive powers. Yours truly, THOMAS J. BENNETT. REFERS TO Rev. WILLI AM COGSWELL, Westport, Conn. J. L. t». CANNON, Druggist, Westport, Coun. H. IL WHEELER, esq., Westport, Conn. BRADLEY HULL. e»q.. Westport, Conn. I)r. WALKMAN. Reading. Conn. R. W. R. ROBIN HON, Wholesale Druggist New York City. ( Aud many others if necessary. I Cure op Kidney and Liver Affection oka Patient Seventy-Eight years of Age. TII.VNKS TO MU. HELM BOLD. (•ik.vkI), Pa., March 31, 1800. Editor Cosmoplite : I desire, as an unsolicited tribute to the merits of Helmbold’s Buclui, and for tin* lament of those similarly afflicted as myself, to say that after consulting many eminent physicians, and trying nearly all tin* best advertised remedies, in the vain hope of finding relief from aggravated kidney and bladder diseases, from which I have suffered excessively for many years, good fortune finally suggested to me Ilelmbold’s Buchu, which 1 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, ut the expiration of fonr months, although I am an infirm old man, nearly "8 year* of age, and consequently medicines cannot be expected to favorably affect me as they otherwise would, I have found such unspeakable relief and permanent bene tit from Mr. Helmlnild’s valuable discovery, that 1 feel 1 ought to publicly record the fact, as’an acknowledgement to him anil a valuable suggestion to the public. Yours respectfully, 1>. M. LAKES. Mr. La re u refers to the following gentlemen. Col. DAN. KICE, Girard, Pa. CHA8. STOW, esq., Girard, Pa., Editor Cosmo polite. GEORGE H. CUTLER, Girard, Pa., Attorney. C. I. HINDS, Girard, Pa., Attorney. Cant. l>. W. -HUTCHINSON, Girard, Pa,, Attorney. DAVID OLIN, Girard, Pa., Merchant. DAVID E. DAY, Girard, Pa., Merchant. (' F. ROCKWELL, Girard, Pa., Merchant. B. C. ELY, Girard, Pa., Druggist. | A Permanent Cure of Gravel ok twelve years standing—Stone passed AND TO RE SEEN. IU'knhiuk, Conn., Dec. 15,1800. 1)R. Hei.miu»li>— Dear Kir: It Is with much pleasure Dial 1 write you upon facts respecting niv self. I do not know hardly how to express myself. I have been for the last ten or twelve years the greatest sufferer man could be and live; but more sometimes than others. The complaint was the “Kidneys” and “Bladder.” I have been sometimes from twelve to fourteen hours, and wanted to make water every miuute, but could not. Have consult ed doctor*, both in Massachusetts and this State, and taken pills, 1 may say, by the quart, also liq uored medicines, but fbuiidno relief from any, and got worse the last six months. 1 was so that 1 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 in “The Berkshire Courier” headed “Kidnevs.” I read it through and thought I won hi try It. 1 purchased a bottle, but, mind you, had not much faith in it. Why should 1, when 1 had been trying so many things and cost me bo much K Well, i Vgan taking it, and before 1 had taken the first bottle I felt had; but 1 finished it and gut another. By the time 1 took half of the second I still got worse (apparently). When 1 walked it seemed as if my rigid kidney was falling fVoro its place, and 1 felt really bad. I felt so, before 1 had Unished the second, that I had made up ray mind it was of no us© trying any moro—-ami all this time j the "Buchu" was doing its work, hut 1 did not know it; so 1 gave it up and went to Hartford on Saturday to see one of the best doctors in the citv. He said it was the neck of the bladder, and 1 should have to undergo an operation. He gave me med icine, and 1 went home quite downhearted. Oil Sunday I w as 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 l had a desire to make water, hut could not. About one hour after this I tried again, with the same result; loit the next time 1 took the vessel it was the same as turning a fau< et and stopping It og again. It was so for three times, and the third time there w as something cume through the passage and struck against the side of the vessel. 1 examined it, and it is the ugliest stone or gravel you evor ©aw, cov ered over with little pwcee which eolmed together. ■ It looks the color of a mud turtle, ami is as hard as j a Hint, so you see the “Buchu” w'us doing its work although I was feeling so badly. I procured an* other liottlv thinking their might*he some more be j hind, but since that has passed, which la eight weeks ago last Sunday, I have been as well as ever 1 was in my life. 1 have the atone securely W'rapped and those who have seen it in this place are sur prises!. l cannot tell yon all, but this is a true story ot my n*se. and you are w©|».>mo to make such us© of my name *» you think wiper. I am pretty well kuowti in Berkshire; also in Connecticut. The ad verti sen lent saved me. Why not publish more? Ihe Spring field Republican Is a wide-spread paper. It any one wishes to see this wonder, thev can do so. I could write all day, but think I have said enough this time, so J remain your ever w ell wisher KDWARD L. HOWARD, ( Baper Maker, Buruaide. Hartford On., (Joan. REFER© TO Dr. MACK, Burnside, Conn. Dr. WRUjHT, North Lev, Mass. Dr. HOLKUM, North Lee, Mass. Dr. ADAMS, Htockbridgu, Maas. Dr. SCOTT, North Manchester, Conn. Dr. J AQCLK, Dockland Corners, Conn. Dr. UKAHbFOlU), Hartford, Conn. I All of whom treated me for the disease. DR. KKT.SEK is a physic inn of over .V) years experience, an»l a graduate of the Jeffersonian Medical C ollege, and of the University of Medicine and Surgery of Phil adelphia. Mr. If. T. IIelmbold—Deah Sir : In regard to the question asked me as to my opinion about Bu chn. I would say I have used and sold the article iu various forms for the past thirty years. I do not think there is any former preparation of it 1 have not used, or know n to he used, in the various diseases where such medicate agent would be indicated. | You are aware, a» well as myself, that it has been extensively employed in the various diseases of the bladder and kidneys, and the reputation it has ac quired, in uiy judgment, is warranted by the facts. 1 have seen and 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 ail equal to yours. Twelve \ ears' 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. I value your Buchu for its effects on patients. 1 have cured with it. and seen cured w ith it, more diseases of the bladder and kidneys than I have ever need cured with any other Buchu or any other proprietary compound of whatever name. Respect fully yours, Jtc., GKO. H. KKYdER, M. 1>., August 11, ltittf. 140 Wood-st., Pittsburg, Penn. A C ASK OF TWENTY YEARS’ STANDING. Philadelphia, 1*enn., June 45,1867. II. T. Hkl.mboi.d, Druggist—Dear sir: I have been a sufferer for upwards of twenty years w ith gravel, bladder and kidney affections, during which time 1 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 physical! in regard to using your Kqtraet Buchu. 1 did this because 1 had used all kinds of adver tised remedies and had found them worthless, and some quite injuriow-; in fltCi, 1 d.-paired ©fever 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, eubebs and juniper berries, it occurred to me and my phys ician as an excellent combination; and with his ad vice, after an examination of the article and con sulting again with the druggist. J concluded to try it. 1 commenced to use it about eight months ago, at which time 1 vas confined to my room. From the first bottle I w as 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 ease at the time, but thought my improvement might only be temporary, and i therefore concluded to defer, and see it it w ould effect a perfect cure, know ing that it would be 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 mouths. 1 have not used any now* for three months, and led as well in all respects as I ever did. Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste and odor, a nice tonic and in vigorator of the system. I do not mean to he without il whenever occasion may require its use on such affections. M. McCOltMIC. Should any doubt Mr. McCormic’s statement, he refer* to the fallowing gentlemen: Hon. Wm, B1GLEIL ex-Governor of Pennsylvania, lion. THOMAS II. FLORENCE. Philadelphia, lion. J. C. KNOX, Philadelphia, lion. J. S. BLACK, Philadelphia. Hon. D R. PORTER, ex-Governor of Pennsy Irania. Hon. ELLIS LEVIS, Philadelphia. Hon. R. C. GRIER, Philadelphia, lion. G. W. WOODWARD, Philadelphia. Hon. W. A. POUTER, Philadelphia. lion. JOHN BIGLER, ex-Governor of California. Hon. E. BANKS, Washington, I>. C. And many others if necessary. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS WOULD BE GIVEN FOR A BOTTLE IF NECESSARY. Rahway, N. J., Dec. 2, l*:o. II. T. Helm nold, Esq.,—Dear Sir: I take gnat pleasure in sending you a certificate, in addition to the many you have received from suffering human ity. I c an scarcely find language sufficiently strong to express my heartfelt gratification at the wonder ful cure your “Buchu” has effected. For four years I have suffered beyond description. All my friends (with myself) came to the conclusion that my case I was in rumble. Accident placed TOUT advertise ment in my hands. I commenced taking your “Bu* i chu.” I followed the directions, aud to my utter , astonishment before I had taken seven bottles ol , your valuable medicine (I would give #100 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, aud they are doing so with great success. Any information my fellow citizens may require will be freely given by the subscriber at his residence. No. 7b \filtou-aveM’New Jersey. H. M. FREEMAN, Councilman Third Ward, city of Rahway. Rahway, N. J., Dec. 2, ihoo. We, the undersigned, are well acquainted w ith II. M. Freeman of Rahway, and know that he has been a long time suffering, in the wrorst possible form, for the oust four years, and that he has been entirely cured by the use of “ Heliubold’s Buchu.” J. W. SAVAGE, ex-Mayor. FRANK LA BAIT, President of Council WM. RICHARDS, Clerk of Council. PETER A. BANTA, Councilman. W. J. BROWN, Couneilmau. J. S. S. ME LICK, Councilman. LEWIS HOFF, Councilman. J. II. STRYKER, Merchant. City Hall, Mayor’s Office, ) Rahway, N. J., Dec. 5, 1809. j This will certify that I am personally acquainted with II. M. Freeman, and am cognizant of the facts 518 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. IKSTITI’TK, ) Corner of Fifth-ave. and Seventy-sixth st., > Central Park. ) (A HOME AN1> SCHOOL FOR THE SONS OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.) DR. II. T. Helm BOLD: Two bottles only of the nackiige of your valuable Buchu presented to the Institute have been used by the children, aud with perfect success, in the case of our little lieutenant A. J., his pride is no longer mortified, ami he is free from the daily morning anathemas of the chamber muid who has charge of his bedding. 1 feel that a knowledge of the result of our use of your Buchu with the children uniter our charge may save inauy a superintendent and matron ol boardiug-M-liools and asylums a great amount of annoyance; aud many a poor child, suffering more from weakness than'from habit, may be spaied punishment that is (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 imping others may be alike benefited, I am respectfully yours, COL. YOUNG, General Sup’t aud Director. June Kb 1809. Great Salt Lake City, ) Utah, Jan 28, 18118. j Mr. II. T. Helm hold—Dk.au Sir ; Your commu nication requesting our terms for advertising was duly received, Imt from a prejudice 1 had 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 wras changed on the character of vour Buchu. It w as then highly recommended for other diseases by two physicians present. Enclosed please find our rates or advertising. Yours, Ac.. T B. II. StENHOUPE, Editor and Proprietor of Daily and Serai-Weekly Telegraph. IIELMBOLD’8 EXTRACT BUCHU, established upward of eighteen years, prepared by H. T. HELMBOLD, Drugglet, No. 694 Broadway, New York, and No. 104 South Tenth 8t., Philadelphia, Penn. Price $1 26 per bottle, or nix bottles for $0 90, delivered to any address. Sold by Druggists everywhere. None are genuine unless done up in steel en graved wrap|>er, with ftie simile of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed lYl* II. T. HELMBOLD. Augusta Ditmori). CkarchfN. ORTlIOlx >X C< »N(,KKti ATH>NA L.—Oranite Ch. j state st., between Bridge ami Oak. .1. F'. Bingham ' pastor; residence No. t* State street. Morning j service 10.30 A. M. Afternoon service 2.80 1’. M. Evening 7 1’. M. FIRST BA I’TIST,— Corner Winthrop and Perham . Ms. ,1. Kicker, pastor; residence Chestnut street, j Morning servine 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2-W 1*. M Evening 7 P.M. FREE It A I*T I ST.—State street, north of Bridge. < F. Penney, pastor; residence Summer street. Morning service 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 P. M. Evening 7 P. M METHODIST EPISCOPAL,—Oreen street, east op state. C. A. King, pastor; residence at the par-j sonage. next door to the church. Morning ser vice 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.30 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. M. USIY ERS \LIsT.—Cor. Winthrop and Bummer sts. C. R. Moor, pastor; residence Winthrop street, below orchard. Morning service 10.30 A. M. Sabbath school service at 12 A. M. Kvening ser- i vice at 7 P. M. UNITARIAN,—Corner Oak and State sts. Rov. j Mr. Crain, pastor; morning service 10.30 A. M. .Sabbath School service *JJ5 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, F irst Baptist, Free Will j Baptist and Methodist Churches hold Social con- | fcrcnce meetings in their vestries every Wednesday evening, at half-past seven o’clock. V. M. C. A. Rooms In Dnrbv Block. Water Street. Regular prayer meetings every Monday evening. Religious exercises every Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock. Rooms open to all. • Masonic BETHLEHEM LODt.E, No. 35, F. and A. M Stated meetings first Monday of each month, j special meetings every Monday evening. F. A. j Crowell. Master. J. W. Clapp, Secretary. AM. I ST A LOlHi E, No. 141, V. A A \i. Stated | meetings flr>t Tuesday of each month. Special . meetings every Tuesday evening. W. H. Wood burv. Master ' F:. F Blackman, Secretary. TRINITY COMMANDERY. No. 7. Knights Tem plar. Stated meetings F'riday on or before the full moon of each month. A *D. Knight, Eminent ( ommandcr. 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[£_/* Box Rents and Postage ou papers, periodicals, Ac , payable quarterly in advance. E. ROWELL, P M Uallowed, May 3, 1869. CHURCHES. South Parish Congregational Church, comer of Second and Chestnut Streets, opposite Temple. Rev. Chas. O. MrCri.LV. Psttfr, residence on Chestnut St. Morning service, 10.30; Afternoon service. 2 16. First Baptist Church, corner of Union and Franklin streets. Rev. A. R. Chase, Pastor; residence on Middle St., between Wmthrop and Lincoln. Morning service, 10.30; Afternoon service, 215. Methodist Episcopal Church, Middle Street, between Un ion and Central, liev. Caleb Fi ller, Pastor j residence at the Parsonage, opposite the Church. Morning service, 10.30; Afternoon service. 2.15. First Universalis! Church, Second Street, (cor. of Union) St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Central Street. Rev. Leonard K. Stork*, Rector; residence corner of Second and IJncoln 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 Hallo well, are held in tlie Vestry of the Baptist Church every Monday evening, commencing at 71 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 atton, are held every Sunday evening-— in Burns’ School house, Farruingdale, at 7 o’clock. In SchooUmuse at French’s Corner, Chelsea, at 7 o’clock. In Loudon nill 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. S. OW’EN, Secretary. MASONIC. Kennebec Lodge, No 5, F. and A. M. Stated Commu nications Wednesday, on or preceding the full moon. JAMES ATKINS, Jh., W\ M. J. K. NY*, Sec’y. Jerusalem R. A. Chapter. Stated Couvocations, Thurs day on or before the full of the moon. R. F. WARNER, II. P. F. J. DAY, Sec’y. Alpha Council. Regular meetings, Wednesday succeed ing the full of the moon, quarterly. * DAVID CARGILL, T. M. F. J. DAY, Rec’r. Trinity Coiumandery. 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. TEMPERANCE. Union Temple of Honor and Temperance, No. 3. Reg ular meetings, every Tuesday evening. J. W. FULLER, W. T 1IEN TENNEY, W. R. Kennet**c Council, No. 4. Regular meetings on the ^rst and third Friday evenings of each month. J. J. JONES, C. of C. C. C. HUNT, R. of C. Sheridan Lodge, No. 293, I. 0. of G. T. Regular meet ings everv Saturday evening. P. S. BOYD, W. C. T. F. A. A. IIKAT1I, R. S. Great Improvement In Artificial Teeth. nit. SNELL INSERTS Teeth on RrmiER by a new process, by which the plate is made ns*thin as a metallic base ; at the same time the plate is flexible, and less liable to break. This mode injures likewise the certainty of a perfect lit. Having purchased the exclusive right to use this mode in Kennebec county, I shall be nappy to show its peculiar advantages to any one who needs arti fleial teeth. 09 Winthrop Street. Augusta, Jan. 28th, 1870. f2flJan-;twAJwfl Great Bargains nt WELLS’ FURNITURE ROOMS, Water Street, 'Augusta, Me. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SEC OND HAND Fur niture, Which will be bold 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 Flutes engraved to order, and have lately added an assortment ot ROBES OF ALL KINDS, All of which will be sold as low as at any establish ment in the State. C. Ji. & II. U. WELLS. tttf GEO. E. BRH’KETT, M. D„ PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Al'Gl'm, ME. Office over Hunt's Cup Store. West Knit of Uie Kennebec Bridge. W Residence on Spring Street. mr.’Ofi* Bitters ! Bitters ! DR. BEIWIVETT’S ♦ l’ > . I C ELE131fcATED JAUNDICE BITTERS! AUK THK SUREST Cl’KK KOU Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dizziness, Indigestion, Nervous Debility, Loss of appetite, Dyspepsia, Headache, &c., To which all persons arc more or less subject in Srmvc; and Si mmer. THEY ARE PURELY TEEETARLE! And composed of si*mo of the best ROOTS and IIRRRS in tie* world. Try Them. They are Warranted to do as Recommended ! Price, 50 Cents per Bottle. naa’AHKD and sold only by Johnson Brothers, OPP. BMP OTICE. :_:_AUGUSTA, ME, HARNESSES ft HARNESS GOODS Of* every Description. WE AUK STILL M A NX' F ACT t'RLN < J ALL CLASSES OF lIAItXESHES, \/m p T^rj pg A by Pi*ico from. $17 .OO to $100.00 ■ tirK do not keep anv man's celebrated Harness. hut having had wt/'ear - t \ | t ra nee in nianu fa< luring everv Vain tv of Harm-* Coods and the gnaler port, -nul that turn- tor the people ol \ugusta ami vicinitv we v\ ill let the ,nudity and worth <*t our go«ul>•red upon tlu ir ou o met it. As we keep a larger number ot workmen ami eons,^uently a larger dork autl greater variety of work than nnv lirm i» our Hue in this .-it, . we Invite all m want of Mteh goods to rail before purchasing, bearing in iniml tliat wo keep no Harnesses manutaclured bj other Urine lor whole sale trade but m tuufaeture all our goods and warrant tin tit to give satisfaction. COLLER & GARDINER, (Opposite Cony House) I til Water Street, Augusta. TRIJIVKIS. Don’t pay two profits on your Trunks, but buy at tin) only plate in Angm-tn where they are inanafacture.l AT COLLER & GARDINER’S Augusta Trunli Factory! Sign, or the “ BIG TRTTKTK:.” We manufacture all our Tranks, ami ns our retail trade in no’sCwiwk'n^raekey lnrue we make them specially for that trade and warrant them 1 hey are no slop worn, not i rn< ki d, Vi,” ~ a .1. ' w-H letter with initials and deliver n the city without extra charge. IVeabo Z'Ld-1 im" V uVsVs a.nl \ltPKT t \V - of every sivle, and keep constantly on hand the largest a In [J best stock ,V I. adh-"'a'nd Gen.'- TK VVKELIXti BAGS. sHAwt STHAPR. A- „ » the c.y, and sell them at SPECIE PRICES. Mr Remember the place, Sign of the “Big Trunk,” - 143 Water Street. 0.1, MMoh.c fiBapr-tf CtfllRB * t.tKBt.XKM HARDWARE ! Jf* rices 1L educed. From tliiH I>nt«-, AI.li «;001»S l.f THE I.1SE OF HARDWAR I,j; 1 rjl&01LS IRON and STEEL, &C., &c., will be sold »»t Prices Defying Competition ! Goods Marked Clear Down ! 188 Water Street, AMOS WILDER. Augusta. April 1,1870. l 'lf LADIES ! CALL AND SEE MISS TURNER’S NEW STOCK OK MILLINERY l MISS Tt'HN'EH has gocurcil the assiptam-e of Mi»s Kalloeh, (formerly at M I*. Soule e.) ami feels coull.leut tliat She Can Suit All, Both in Regard to Taste and Price. Remember the Place, Under Meonian Hall, (Up-Stairs,) And directly opposite the Conv House. t20apr-4iA3»nl7 MISS X. TURNER. Feather Dusters! Fine Sponges, Carriage and Bathing do., AT JOHNSON BROTHERS. A Laundry in Augusta. fpHK subscriber has opened a LAUNDRY at her J. residence on Capitol street, In Augusta, where she would be happy to serve all in Washing & Ironing! The work will be done in the laiat style, and At Beduced Prices ! MBS. S. A. FOWI.KK. Capitol Street Augusta, April 7,1870] tRapr-3m SOAPS ! Genuine Imported Soaps, OF ALL KINDS, at JOHNSON BROTHERS. DRUGS, MEDICINES, C EM ICALS, AND Fancy Goods, VEKV LOW rOH CASH AT JOHNSON’S FAMILY DRUG STORE, Opposite POST OfTICE. MAMIOOU. tUth Edition. \MV.plCAL E>s \ V on the Cause and Cure of Premature I >ecline, showing how health in lost luul how regained. It gives a clear Synopsis of the Impediment* to Mahkiaok, the treatment of Xeh vors and PHYSICAL DBIllLfTT, STERILITY, Ac., and the remedies therefor,—the result* of twenty year*’ successful practice. • There i* no member of society by whom this book will not be found useful* whether such person hold* the relation of Parent, Preceptor, or Clergy man.”— London Medical Time# and Gazette. “ Manhood.’ Thfi experience and reputation of I)r. Curtis in the treatment of the diseases set forth in this little pamphlet is the patient's guarantee, and well deserve* for the work it* immense circu lation. ”— Daily Time*. Sent bv mail on receipt of 50 cents. Address the Author, bit. Ci ktis, 14 Chapman street, Hes ton, Mass. maP28-teod3m ARNO, HODGKINS & CO., MASCFACTCBHBB OF ORGANS AND MELODEONS! Water et., Gardiner, Me. MR. J. T. PATTERSON OB' oouTJUt.ro, Travelling Agent. may4-tf ____ FAEMING TOOLS I AT 11'fUM.HaiO.T B GUKK.riOOOO'ti. Daily Express Line! hrick’h Kennebec & Boston Express! T>TTXS daily from Augusta to Portland, Boston, li and all Intermediate stations. Goods forwarded, and Notes, Drafts nml f hocks collected in all parts of the I nited 'ifat. s with des patch and at Low Ihitcs. Orders for the purchase of Bonds, Bills of Ex change, Emit, Ac., promptly attended to. Goods Forwarded to all parts of the United States at Low Bates. Having hail three years’ experience in the Ex press between the Kennebec and Boston the pro prietor hopes liy strict attention to business to merit a fair share of the public patronage. Boston Office, 67 Kilby Btreet, Portland Office, 97 Exchango Street. AGENTS: Boston. It. It. smith; Porflaml, G. !.. f.othron ,* Co.; Augusta, J. F. Pierce; Hallow-oil, <J. K. Fuller: Gardiner. It. I.awrcnce, Jr.; Hich inond; FI. F. Hatch; Brunswick, E. Craw fold, flapr-tf II. A. Bltrt’K, Proprietor. The Dally Kennebec Journal, Established Jan. 1, 1870. Notices l>y tlie Press. The first number of the Daily Kennebec Jour nal was issued from the Journal office on Satur day. It is about the size and style of arraugeiiiou t as the usual Daily Legislativc’Jounial, and in ty pogrnphical appearance will compare favoratdv, we think, with the other Maine dailies. It is de signed by the publishers to issue it daily through the year, but wo fear they will find their enterprise which ought to be a paying one. considering the field it will occupy, to prove a losing on**. It coats a deal of unmey to publish a paper there tunes, and a large, prompt paying subscription list and n 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 emburass im-nt to its proprietors. Wc tender this new etui date for public patronage our w ishes for Us flnnti cial success.— Maine Standard. The Daily Kennebec Journal made its first appearance last .Saturday. It is a very neat ptsbli cation, and enterprising —/tangor Ming. Daily Kennebec Journal.—With the com lueneenieiit of the New Year, we received the first number of this new paper, published at Augusta by Sprague, Owen A Nash, it is a large, seveu col limn paper, handsomely printed, and the repcila lion of its publishers is a sufficient guaranty that 1 will be live and spicy.— York ('aunty 1 m/’pendent. ’I iii Daily Kennebec Journal was issued Jan nary 1-t. and is to be a permanent institution. I is a well arranged, and handsomely printed sheet and we have m> doubt it will receive! as it deserves a liberal support front the people of Augusta, Hal lowed an*l Gardiner.— 11 allow til Gazette. D viia Kennebec Joi iiAL. We have receive* the first numbers of tho new dailv Journal now pennant ntly establish* <1 at tin- Mate C apital, by tin enterprising publishers of the weekly Journal Messrs. Sprague, Owen «& Nn.-h. Its ap)ieitranctf ii neat and business like, ami its editors w illuoubt less make it a progressive, live paper — JielftuU Age We congratulate **nr friends of the KkNNE.ni * Journal upon the lavorald** auspices under whirl their new daily ha* been issue*!. It appeared 01 the Jsi • >i January, in handsome shape, its column well filled ami showing evidence of sufflcleulod it**rial ability and industry to ensure its entire sue <•«**». We trust the public will appreciate the el fort* of the publi hers to serve them, and liberal! - sustain tin* * nt« rpri.*e.—Maine Farmer. The Daily Kennebec Journal made its firs appearance New deal’s *lay. It is a well propoi tinned sheet *»f tw enty-eight column*, ami Is in ev cry way well calculated t » supply a want who 1 Augusta has felt for a longtime. \i ith the patron age which it should receive from Hallowed. Gard inor. and the other neighboring tow us, in addith-i to its local support, we see n<» reason why this en terprise should not be crowned with abundant su* cess.— J)fjrt*r Gazette. The Daily Kennebec Journal made its aj pea ranee on Miteirday. It has a -mart and news look, and w ill succeed.—ElUneortk American. The first mimlier of the I>ailt Kennf.bec Jour nal. has b*,*en received. Those who wish lor* ctdvc the wnrKeet and fullest information in regar* to the doings of the Legislature, should subeorlb for It.— Fa*1port Sentinel. daily kkvnehko Journal. yy e have receive the tlr-t number of this paper, issuer! Jan. let. I is to be permanent, and being the state paper. " ill Ire a eompend of the doings of the Legislator* valuable not only for the piesent. but fV>r prescrv;. lion for future reference. Jt will furnish early an full reports of the state Conventions of all kinds full report* of the Legislature, Legislative Comm tee, Hoard of Education, Hoard of Agriculture, an nil other matters of interest relating to the Stat Government, thus making itself useful to a ver wide circle of readers extending over all parts the Mate. It w ill be a reliable and *tTaight-f**rwar Republican pa|>er, and the find number indicate that it w ill be conducted w ith ability, and with fide ity to the principle* of the party in w hose n\ tv re.* it is established. It is of the -ize of the Daily Lew futon Journal.— The Sunrise. Presente Me. Daily Kennebec Jot unal. The udvertisemen of this new daily appear* in our columns to-day It give- the legislative proceedings of etch day ver fully, contains telegraphic dispatches, the fimuucii and commercial transaction* in New York and Bo ton. and i* in every rfspecta firM-clao* daily p: per Terms $7 per year, or $2 lor the legislate session —Androscoggin Herald. Daily Kf.nneue* Jut rnal. The enterprisin proprietor* of the Kennebec Journal, issued tli first number of their new dafly Jan. 1st. It is ban. somely exeented, ably conducted, and deserves a least fifteen hundred sub!-crtt»er» along the rive During the legislature it is especially valuable. Somerset Reporter. The publishers of the Kbnnyjiku Journ al eon inencea their daily paper wfUi the New Year. I* a good looking'sheet, much superior to the torn er session issues. No thrice weekly will be pul Halved.— Hrnckett in Rtlfhst Ayr. Newnraim bs. With the New Year we are greeti ed by the Daily Kennere* Journal, pu blithe*? by Sprague, Owen A Nash. It Is of good site, i4* matter is well urrauged. ami it* editorial eondm will show the same ubility which has go veined th weekly Journal.— Free l*reas, R oik land. The Daily Kennreu Journal ha* reached u and in fully up lo the standard of wur expectation© Its typographical appearance is neat, and its gened hi arrangement aliihat could be denied. We ho} © it w ill he llberally^mtronized, and it will be if ti® l*eople of the State do their duty.—Farminyti Chronicle• The first number of the Daily Kennerec Jorif nai. promptly made its appearan«*.e on ttaturda Jan. 1-t. It is a handsome sheet, got up in a sty that doe* credit to its enterprising publisher*. Hid deford Democrat. With the new year, came the Daily Kenneri/ Jot unal. It is a very neat paper, and we thou think it would be a favorite with the people of ll Kennebec.— Gardiner Home Journal, Daily Kknnereu Journal. Wa have reeeivt the first number of the daily issued by the public ers of the Kennebec Journal. This is not to be f« the Legislature only, hut is to be a pcimum nt dui 9 publication. There 1* no reason why the larger , ics and t*»w tic which clutter about the «apit snonld not afford support to at least one daily, eve i though the railroad trains do bring Boston pape \ in u lew hours from the press. The Journal is . handsome sheet, well filled with new* and mice* i laiiy, and we trust will be a succeaa.—Metfust Jott j Hal. Tiik new Daily. We have received the fh number of the Daily Kennere* Journal. It one of the best looking dally papers which com < to onrofilre. There is no reason why such a sprigl ly journal should not Mart at once on the road success. The price of subscription is $7 per ye* — Cidais Advertiser. The Daily Kennebec Journal made its bow' Ihe public last Saturday, and is understood to be permanent institution. It deserve* n liberal so port in the Kennebec valley, not only through t session of the Legislature.’ of whose doings it w jm«Mull report daily, but permanently.— U'atern NKW81*AI’0HIAL. The Datly Kennebec Joubn made its appealan**e on Saturday morning last, is printed in first-rate style, mi*i manifest* a grr deal of enterprise in its management. We aregl to notice that it bn* a good list of subscribers Ibis city, w bo receive theiv papers from a carrier eight oVlock. Thi* is a great convenience. and o that should be appreciated by our people.— Card it. lienor ter. AUGUSTA Daily JotflfNAL. Tills paper made appearance last Saturday , very neatly printed a • lull of matter. Our only apprehension is that A • gusta brethren arc giving too much reading fort •• patronage o! a place no larger than Angus Success to flic enterprise.— Hrunxtrick Telegraph. We have received the first two or three nuiuhtf of the Daily Kennebec Journal, published Messrs. Sprague, Owen ft Nash. Augusta, whi \ is hereafter to he a pet man cut daily paper, inste of being published only during the season of t Legislature, a* heretofore. Iti* a handsome s< on-column paper, well made up, giving much ag Q cultural and miscellaneous reading, a* welln*»gi eal and general new s. We have no doubt it will v ably conducted and w ish it substantial success r Rockland Gazette. a The first number of the D\n.t Ken nerkc Jotflr nal made it* appeamicu ou Saturday, ltu \l neatly got up .—Oxford Democrat. The first number of the Daily Ke^nerec Jot w nai. promptly mad** it* np]H>aranee on Snturdr IheUtiust. It is a handsome sheet, got up i^J style that doe* cre«lit to its enterprising publish*1 7 — ( >jt ford Register. A *>kw IUii.1 Nkwhpapkh. WerrcciTcthflUi Kennere*’ J*)URnal, a goodly sized, well till* ami smart appearing paper, published by Meed . Sprague, Owen k Nash, at Augusta, the prop) tors of the Old (Weekly) Kenilebec Journal: ten u a year in advance. We hope it wiilhepatil * ize*i hr our Republican friend*, and wc think it vi be. being the first and only daily issued at the Cm ir tal —Machias Union. ' » Crockery and Glass Ware, *. FOB SA1.1E BY ir HAl.I.ARD & 411AM, k Alljflif-til, April 4, 1H70. tSapr tf ’ !*«««•: Waited, Hi T)Y a person who is competent to do hoBMtr*! I > or take car o children .Apply at FAKMK HOTEJf A flSapr-St* *