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BOW TO WOO AND WIN. BY JOUS O. SAXE. T. •‘Would you play the manly lover,” Said a graybeard to his son, "List, my lad, while 1 discover How a maiden should be wou. n. •■Woo her not with boastful phrases. 1-cet you teach her lip to sneer: Still, a suitor’s wannest praises In hit conduct should appear, nt. "Woo her not with senseless sighing: Maidens love a laughing eye; Tell her not that you are ‘dying.’ Lest she, mocking, bid you die! IV. ••Woo her not with weakly w hining O’er your poverty of pelf. Lest »he answer by declining Both your sorrows—aud yourself ' v. ••Woo her with a manly wooing; Giving hostages to Fate, All the heart’s devotion showing By its strength to work and wail. vi. "Woo her not with idle prattle, Whom you fain would make your wife: But with proofs that in life's battle Tou are equal to the strife. VII. "Like the Knight whose simple suing Won the lady (says the tale,) When, despite their wordy wooing. AU the rest were doomed to fail VIU. « ‘Lady!’ quoth the bold Knight Errant, •Brief the story I shall tell; I would weil thee: here’s the warrant I shall love and serve thee well I’ IX. **Aml. behold! his dexter Angers Crush s horse-shoe, like s reed! And within her lap there lingers AU the gold the twaiu can need!” Fine Oolong Teas! At TITCOMIVS, WEST END KKXNF.l.'rX BltlDGE. JulySO-fSteod m RESXES PAH KILLlMi | MAGIC OIL. "It Works like a charm.” Hare you Headache ? We Renne’s Magic Oil. Have you Toothache? Use Renne’s Magic Oil. Have you Neuralgia ? We Reiuie’s Magic Oil. Have you Rheumatism ? 1 >e Renue’s Magic < >il. Have you Sore Throat ? We Kenne’s Magic <>11. Have you Sciatica ? We Kenne’s Magic Oil. Have you a Bruise ? We Kenne’s Magic Oil Have you Cramps? We Renne’s Magic Oil. Have you Cholera Morbus ? We Renne’s Magic Oil. Have you Lameness ? Use Renne’s Magic Oil This is the Best Family Remedy, to cure all kinds Of Pain, you ever tried. It is clean, safe and delicious to use, and if you om u faithfully, IT WILL DO YOU GOOD. Directions on each bottle. Buy it of the Druggist or Merchant where you trade. If they have not got it on hand, they will send for it, at your request, and sell you Genuine Kbnvk’s Pain-Killing M lgic OIL, at the manufacturer’s lowest price at retail. 49*Sold by Druggists, Merchants and Grocers. It is pot up in three sizes, and called "Trial Size,” "Medium Size.” and “Large Family Size” bottles. WE REtfNEf Sole Proprietor and Manufac turer, Pittsfield, Mass. Wholesale and retail in Augusta by Marshall Whitbed Grocer. 1 y$6-eow THE" AMERICAN TUNE BOOK. The great collection of 1,000 admired Hymn Tunes and Anthems which have been the most popular, and the basis of American Church Music during the last fifty years. Compiled by ftOO editors. EVERY CHOIR SHOULD BE SUPPLIED WITH IT. Price, *1,50. *17.50 per dozen. Specimen copies •eat poat-paid on receipt of retail price. 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Terms less than at any other Business Collog * in the country, offering equal facilities. Seholare mar enter at any time. For full particulars, apply at the College, or address Waitt <C- Webster, Augusta, Maine. THE EYE. THE EYE. DR. E. KNIGHT lias discovered a new treatment for the EY E and EAU. bv w hi< h he Is curing some of the worst cases ol Blindness and Deafness ever known, without in struments or pain. CANCERS ! Dr. Ksight's new treatment for Cancers sur passes all others now in use. it cures without ku fe Blaster or pain, and heals without a scar. Ever} ind of disease treated with great success. Hi: 5 ors of every kind eradicated from the system. V charge for consultation. Ollloe, HO Dover Wt„ IIomIoh. _ (ulyi7*v8m PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO S THROriill LI\K TO CALIFORAIA, CHI AA AIVIP JAFATI. Touching at Mexican ports, and carrying r. S. 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One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult. tSTBaggage-masters an oinpauy baggage through, and alien.. to ladies and children without male protectors. Baggage received ou the dock the day before tailing, ft-om steamboats, railroads ami uaaaeuger* who prefer to send down early. An experienced surgeon on board. Me Urines and attendance ftee. t _ , H. T. HELMBOLD’S ' ' CONCENTRATED Fluid Extract Buchu. THE GREAT DIURETIC. The Proprietor trusts that his Remedies, from the fact of being advertised, may not be classed as Pa tent Medicines. BUCHU, in one form or other, has been presented by every educated Physician for more than TWO HUNDRED YEARS. II. T. 11 ELMBOLD claims a superior mode of extracting its virtues. The experiments were made while engaged in the DRUG business in the city of Philadelphia, nineteen years ago, prompted by the alarming increase of diseases of the Bladder, Kid neys, Gravel and Urinary Organs, existing in both sexes. These diseases were justly attracting as much attention as diseases of the Liver, or any other vital organs of the body. Upon the sound and healthy condition of these important organs, the healthy and harmonious action of the nervous sys tem and Liver, ami consequently the happiness of the entire human family, depends. That Buchu should act upon both Liver and Kidneys, to pre pare it so that it would retain its strength and active principle, was his aim. It must not be made, as housekeepers make tea, by boiling. It is a delicate Leaf, and its active principle would be destroyed by such a process. It must be prepared in VACUO, and from the Long-leaf, fresh and carefully se lected. THE SUPERIORITY OF MY MODE OF PRE PARATION BEING ACKNOWLEDGED, I now ship even to the point (CAPE OF GOOD HOPE), where the leaves are gathered, large quantities of MY FLUID EXTRACT. IN FACT, THE ARTICLE STANDS PRE-EMI NEXT, AND IS KNOWN IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. The first and most important object was to offer to the afflicted a remedy that was perfectly safe, and could be taken by adults and children. Igno rant persons, who pay no attention to dose, direc tion, or advice, might reason, “That if a teaspoon ful, taken occasionally, did good, two would do better, and perhaps a bottle would cure iu a day.” Many have broken down their health by dissipa tion, ami on this principle; but they had been years iu doing so. What I would have understood is, that no injury can arise from its use. it is as safe as any article of food; but patients must not expect any medicine to rebuild a wrecked or shattered constitution iu a few days. This truth is so self-evident that it would seem unnecessary to repeat it, were it not for the fact that thousands of persons who are intelligent in all other matters, seem to think unreasonably, that a cura tive agent must exhibit its specific effects immedi ately, when the fact is, that time is often an impor tant element in the progress of a safe and thorough cure, even when the medicine is working the best results. These same persons would expend HUN DREDS, yes, THOUSANDS of DOLLARS, in articles of LUXURY and DISSIPATION, and think less of it than they would of FIFTY DOLLARS in medicine to rebuild a BROKEN DOWN and WORN OUT CONSTITUTION. Notwithstanding the number of years 1 have been engaged in business, there may be those located at a distance that may not be aware of all the facts, and would like to be satisfied on all the points. Having been educated a druggist, I append the fid lowing From the Largest Manufac turing Chemist in the World. “I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. Heluibold; he occupied the Drug Store opposite my residence, and was successful in conducting the business where others had not been equally so before him. I have been favorably impressed ‘with his charac ter and enterprise.” WILLIAM WEIGHTMAX, Firm of Powers & Weightmun. Manufacturing C hemists, Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadel phia, Nov. 15, 1854. I propose to give evidence that this Remedy is not a patent medicine. The objection which gener ally lies against ail discoveries and inventions in medicine is “publicity.” If somebody should dis cover a remedy to prolong life, or an infallible cure lor cholera or consumption, what a monster would he be to withhold his knowledge! We have yet to learn from what chapter or verse in Scripture to quote, “that may not heal others of their fellow men of any disease.” Nor have we asked Pickwicks, affected prudes, or, in short, men who are possessed of every kind of sense but common sense, aud all kinds of opin ions but their own. The Uuchu is a good thing. It has hundreds of thousands of living witnesses to attest its virtues and commend it. It is the preju dice of bigots and the envy of “Quacks.” We offer the following evidence SEE JOURNAL OF PHARMACY. SEE REMARKS MADE BY I)R. EPHRIAM MC DOWELL, A CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN AND MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SUR GEONS, IRELAND, AND PUBLISHED IN THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE KING AND QUEEN’S JOURNAL. >EE MEDICO-CHI RURGICAL REVIEW, PUB LISIIED BY BENJAMIN TRAVERS, FELLOW OF ROYAL COLLEGE Of SURGEONS, LONDON. SEE PROF.DEWESS’ VALUABLE WORKS ON : THE PRACTICE OF PHYSIC. SEE REMARKS MADE BY THE LATE CELE HR ATE I > DIE Pll\>J< K, PHILADELPHIA. And most of the late Standard Works on Medi cine. i SEE Medical Properties contained in Dispensa tory of the United States, of which the following is a correct copy BUCI1C.—Its odor is strong, diffusive, and some what aromatic; its taste is bitterish ami analogous to that of mint. It is given chiefly in complaints of the Urinary Organs, siudi as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the B.adder, Morbid Irritation of the Bladder and Urethra, diseases of the Prostrate Gland, and Retention or the Incontinence of Urine, from a loss of tone in the parts concerned In its evacuation. It has also been recommended in Dvs pepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affections aud Dropsy. TESTIMONY . Cure of Gravel of Five Years’ Standing—Stone Passed and to Be Seen. Savannah, Tenn., May 14,18t;o. Dr. II. T. Hklmholi), I>kar sir : We introduced vour ‘Fluid Extract Buchu” in this country about eight months ago, and are happy to state that it is meeting with universal favor. Me wish to inform you of one instance (nmong many) where your : Buchu” has worked wonders. A man in our county, named J. B. Es tcll, had been suffering about live years with grav ed. About six weeks ago he bought of us one bot tle of your‘Buchu,” and before lie was through w ith one IhiUIc he passed a gravel that w eighs eight grains, which we now have on exhibition in our drug store. 1U says he never will be without the Buchu” in his house again. Your preparations are gaining favor every dav. Verv respectfully, yours, Ac., ECCLES A flINKLfe, Druggists. Cure of Bladder and Kidney Af fection of Long Standing Stone Passed and to Be Seen. Westport, Oonn., ftept. 9,1*09. II. T. Helm bold, Esq Dear Sir—I commenced taking your “Extract of Buchu” about two weeks since for an affection of the Bladder and Kidneys. 1 have suffered by spells very much for a few days putt; but yester day relief came through Uie effect of your “Buchu ” A stone passed from ray bladder about the size of i a large pea, and I now feel perfectly well, and en tirelv free from the pain that I have suffered with I “so hard.” I attribute my cure to your medicine entirely, and would recommend all persons similar 1 lv affected to trv it. I have great faith in its ctira ! tive powers. Yours truly, THOS. J. BENNETT. REFERS TO Kev. WILLIAM COGSWELL, Westport, Conn. J. L. G. CANNON, Druggist, Westport, Conn, n. B. WHEELER, Esq., Westport, Conn. BRADLEY HULL, Esq., Westport, Conn. DR. WAKEMAN, Reading, Cotin. R. W. R. ROBINSON, Wholesale Druggist. New York City. And many others if necessary. Cure of Kidney and Slander Affection of a Patient seventy-eight years of age. THANKS TO MU. IIELMBOLD. GIRARD, Pa.. March 31, 1801). Editor Cosmopolite:—! desire, as an unsolici ted tribute to the merits of Helmbold’s Buuhl, 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 aggravated kidney and bladder diseases, from which 1 have suffered excessively for many years, good fortune finally suggested to me Hf.lmboliVs BUCHC, which 1 commenced using with little faith, and no apparent beneficial effects for about a month. At the expiration of that time, however. 1 thought I 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 seventy-eight years of age, niul consequently medicines cannot be ex pected to favorably affect me as they otherwise would, 1 have found such unspeakable rebel and permanent benefit from Mr. Ilelmbold’s valuable discovery, that I feel I ought to publicly record the fact, as an acknowledgment to him, and a valuable suggestion to the public. Yours respectfully, 1). M. LARES. Mr. L aren refers to the following gentlemen :— Colonel DAN RICE, Girard, Pa. CHARLES STOW, Esq., Girard, Pa., Editor Cosmopolite. GEORGE II. CUTLER, Girard, Pa., Attorney. C. I. HINDS. Girard, I*a., Attorney. Capt. I>. W. HUTCHINSON, Girard, l’a.. Att'y. DAVID OLIN, Girard, Pa.. Merchant. DAVID E. DAY, Girard. Pa., Merchant. C. F. ROCKWELL, Girard, Pa., Merchant. R. C. ELY, Girard, Pa., Druggist. DR. KEYSER ; is a physician of over 30 years experience, and a i graduate of the .Jefferson Medical College, and j of the Cniversity of Medicine ami Surgery of Phil ) adelphia. Mr. H. T. IIelmbold—Dear Sir: In regard to the question asked me as to my opinion ab*»ut Bu chu, 1 would say I have used and sold the article in various forms for the past thirty years. I do not think there is any form or preparation of it 1 have not used, or known to be used, in the various diseases where such medical patent would be indicated. You are aware, as well as myself, that it lias been extensively employed in the various diseases of the bladder ami kidneys, aud the reputation it has ac quired. in my judgment, is warranted by the facts. 1 have seeii and used, as before stated, every form of Buchu—the powdered leaves, tincture fluid ex tracts—and I am not cognizant of any preparation of that plant at all equal to yours. Twelve years’) experience ought, J think, to give me the right to judge of its merits, and, without prejudice or par tiality, I give you precedence over all others. 1 value your Buchu for its effect on patients. I have cured with it, and seen cured with it, more diseases of the bladder and kidneys than 1 have ever seen cured with any other bucliu or any other proprietary compound of whatever name. Respectfully yours, &c., GEO. H. KEYSER, M. lb, 110 Wood St.. Pittsburg, Pa. August 11,1805. A Case of Twenty Years’ - Standing. Philadelphia, Pa..June 25,1807. H. T. Helmhold, Druggist—Dear Sir: 1 have been a sufferer for upwards of twenty years with gravel, bladder and 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, 1 consulted my family physicau in regard to using your Extract Buchu. 1 did this because 1 had used ail kinds of adver tised remedies and had found them worthless, and some quite injurious; in fact. 1 despaired of ever fretting well, and determined to use no remedies icreatler 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, cubebs and juniper berries, it occurred to me and my phys ician as an excellent combination; and with his ad vice, alter an examination of the article and con sulting again with the druggist, 1 concluded to try it. 1 commenced to use it about eight months ago, at which time I w as confined to my room. From the first bottle I w as astonished at the ben eficial effect, and alter using it three weeks was able to walk out. 1 felt much like writing to you a full statement of my case at the time, but thought ray improvement might only be temporary, and therefore concluded to defer, and see it it would effect a perfect cure, knowing then it would be ol greater value to you and more satisfactory to me. I am now able to report that a cure is effected, alter using the remedy for five months. 1 have not used any now for three months, and leel as well in ail respects as 1 ever did. Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste and odor, a nice tonic and in vigorator of the system, 1 do not mean to be without it whenever occasion may require its use in such affections. M. MCCORMICK. Should any doubt Mr. McCormick’s statement he refers to the following gentlemen: Hon. Wm. BIGLER, ex-Governor of Pennsylvania. Hon. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Philadelphia. Hon. J. C. KNOX, Philadelphia. llon.J.S. BLACK, Philadelphia, i Hon. I). U. PORTER, ex-Governor of Pennsylvania lion, ELLIS LEVIS, Philadelphia. Hon. R. C. G1UER, ex-Judge United States Court. Hon. G. W. WOODWARD, Philadelphia. Hon. W. A. PORTER, Philadelphia. lion. JOHN BIGLER, ex-Governor of California. I Hon. E. BANKS, Washington, D. C. And many others if necessary. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, E^stablUhed upward of II, Yearn, prepared Wy II. T. IIEI.MHOI.I*. AT Ills uni & CHEMICAL WAItEHOl SKS, No. 594 Broadway, New York, A N D No. 104 South Tenth Street, PHI LA DELPHI \, PA. PRICK * SIX BOTTLES FOR $6.50, O It $1.25 PER BOTTLE. Delivered to any AddreMM. SOLD K1 DRUGGISTS EVERVWIIERE. None are genuine unless done up in steel en graved wrapper, with lac simile of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed H. T. HELMBOLD. — HKLMBOLD'8 EXTRACT Bl< 111, established upwards of nineteen years, prepared by II. T. IIKLM£OLI), druggist, 514 Broadway, New York, and 1(4 South Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. Price $1.23 per bottle, or six bottles for $6.50, dtdivered to any address. .Sold by all druggists everywhere. VTONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS DONE UP IN il steel engraved wrapper, with lac-simile of my Chemical Warehouse, and signed 11. T. HELMBOLD. lySS Augusta Director?}. Churches. ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONAL.—Granite Ch. State 8t., between Bridge and Oak streets. No pastor; residence No. l) State street. Morning service 10.30 A.M. Afternoon service 2.3« F. M. Evening 7 p. M. FIRST BAPTIST,—Corner Winthrop and Ferham sts. J. Kicker, pastor; residence Chestnut street. Morning servine 10.30 A. M. Afternoon 2.301*. M. Evening 7 P.M. FREE BAPTIST,—State street, north of Bridge. F. Penney, pastor; residence Summer street. Morning service 10.30 A. M. Aiternoon 2.30 P. M. Evening 7 P. M. I METHODIST EPISCOPAL,—Green street, east of state. E. Martin, pastor; resilience at the par ! sonage, next door to the church. Morning ser vice 10.30 A. M. Aiternoon 2.30 P. M. Evening 7 P. M. 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OWEN, Secretary. MASONIC. Kennebec Lodge, No 5. F. and A. M. Stated Commu nications Wednesday, on or preceding the full moon. JAMES ATKINS, Jr., W. M. J. K. NYE, Sec’y. Jerusalem K. 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 - j ingthe full of the moon, quarterly. DAVII) CARGILL, T. M. F. J. DAY. Rec’r. Trinity Commandery. Meetings at Augusta on the i Friday on or before the full inoon of each mouth. A. D. 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. C. T • BEN TENNEY, W. It. Kennebec Council, No. 4. Regular meetings on the first ami third Friday evenings of each month. J. J. JONES, C. of O. C. C. HUNT, R. of C. Sheridan Lodge, No. 293, I. O. of G. T. Regular meet ings everv Saturday evtning. P. S. BOYD, W. C. T. F. A. A. IIEATH. R. S. When you want a Pound of Grood Too, ! -TUT THE CHINA TEA STORE, WATER STREET, - - - AumiMtn Why do People IJl/rtCHASK Til Kilt KISH at UIHER'S KISII MAItKirr ! IkTiuiM. tl>u\ «.-t what they call for. >uppo.-r thry art poor 11 -11 ? why. , they don’t often! but if they do their money is re-I lumled. Fish, Lobster;,, nntl (lams, Fresh and nice, delivered in any part of the city. 1 J. H. lit fif.lt. Gnrrilncr. 1 Gardiner, Sept. l.\ 1870. septlT-t.'hn I A. LITT iTiTf! I: I a I >7~ HAVING returned to his old stand, next door to the Journal block, would inform hi# friend* J and the public that he is ready to manufacture BOOTS & SHOES, either PEGGED or SEWED. REPAIRING ! done cheaper than at any other shop on the Ivcn- j uebeo. A. Littlefield. Augusta, Sept. II, 1870. t.'hn LAWN VASES! Wishing to close out our stock of I.ium aiul (.arden Vases, We offer them at REDUCED PRICES. J. 1>. PIERCK St HOXT, > aug.Vttf [So. 150 Water Mmt. A>'I> BOOTHBAY ! TU« EASTERS STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S j STEAMERS Sasanoa and Spray. Fall Arrangement ! On ami after MONDAY, September 10th but on® trip will be mad® each way daily, a unday g . excepted, Leaving Boothbay at 8 o’clock A. M., •* Bath at ;ila o’clock I*. M. \VM. \\. Mason, A*.km at Bath. K. TIIORl’K, Agent at Boothbay. STEAMER E L L A •’ C APT. WILLIAM MITCHKLL. ON ami after Wednesday, .luue *2*2d, the Steamei F.lla will leave Augusta at 8 oVolock A. M., even MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, for Hallowell, Gardiner, Richmond, Hath, and Portland. Returning, w ill leave Portland tor Augusta, and intermediate landings on the Kennebec, ovcrv TKKSDAY Til FRIDAY and SATE KRAY, at! 7 A. M. Fa ices Reduced : on and after Mon day, August ‘22. Augusta to Portland, $l.*25 “ to Halli .til) “ to Uoothbny, .85 FROM AtCtSTAlo MAY YORK. Fa -■•engerby this route w ill be ticketed through to New \ oi k by the steamers FR ANCONIA and DIKKiO, which leave Portland for New York every Monday and Thurstlay. Raggage trucked in Port land free of expense. Fare from Augusta to New’ Yoik: C abin $13.50, meals extra; Deck passage, The Ella connects also at Rath, each trip, with the steamer spray lor Boothbay. Vliis boat will stop at any of the ice-houses on the river on display of a white flag as a signal. Foi further particulars apply to ttt-iunc&t R. F. MORsE. Augusta. Agent. F O R UOH T O A ! Spring Arrangement! (lOMMKNC KI> her regular trips rrom the Ken nebec, THFRSPAV, Mav l.'»th, ISTo. and will, until further notice, run as follows: Leaving Gardiner every Monday and Thursday at;» o'clock, Richmond at 4, and Bath at P. M. THE STEAMER ( LARIOY, Will leave Augusta at 12 M.. Hallowell at 1.45 P. M.. connecting with the above boat at Gardiner. For further particulars inquire of W. J. Tu«k. Augusta: IF Fuller A Son, Hallowell; T. R. Grant. Gaidiner; J. T. Robinson, Richmond; J. E. Rrown, Rath. Gardiner, April 11, FT >. I9apr Portland *& Kennebec Railroad. Summer Arrangement, 1870. Passenger train leaves Augusta daily for Port land and Boston at 5.45, 11 A. and 5.15 P. M., amt will be due in Boston at 1.45. 8 and 1U P. M., Returning, leave Boston at 7.;>o AM. and 12 M.. and Portland 7.10 A. M.. 12 45 and 5.15 P. M., and. will be due in Augu.-ta at P»A. M.,5.50 and s l\ M. Augusta for Vassaiboru’, Waterville, Kendall's Mills. >kowliegan. Dexter, Bangor. &e . at 5.40 P. M. Returning, will be duo in Augusta at 10.50 A. M. Augusta for Hallow ell and Gardiner (dummy ear, at 7.50, 11.50 A. M., 2.15,0 PM. Returning, will be due in Augusta at 7, 8.45 A. M.. 1.50, 5.50 P. M. Through freight trains leave Boston daily at 1 1*. M.. arriving in Augusta the following morning at 8.45. A Refrigerator car is run on the through freight trains i.both going and returning) carrying fruit, meat, eggs, vegetable.-, &e., in good order in the warmest weather. I.. I.. LINCOLN. Superintendent. Cough Candy I IKi'S < OK.ll < \AI»V cure* >> UIU.1IS, (OI.H-. WllOOl'lMi COLOH and all Throat troubles. 2 Doors south of Granite Block, Market Sq. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Fancy Goods, cfcc., aom by tanl-ly* W. WEXUENBCKO. EATIMi HOUSE ! POTTER & BENNETT, (Successors to W. S. Furbiish,) 110 Water Street, 1 Door South of Post Office, AlCil NTA, MAIXE. LADIES’ ROOM up Stairs. ICE CRE AMS anil OYSTERScou-tanU} on nand. Meal- i-vrved at all Hours. This Saloon being located within a lew slops of and directly opposite lho Hepot, is very convenient for tin* travelling public. ' Xim-junilO Music in Glasses. rjMIE subscriber would Inform his friends and the _L public of Augusta and vicinity, that he pro poses to teach Piano; also singing in classes Classes on Piano to consist ot fix pupils each. This system has many advantages,and the expense is less than private lc-so»s. Private lessons given if preferred. Would also invite the attention of the public to the I!. F. MILLER PIA\0S ! For sale at his Jlitsir Boom, North's Block, OPPOSITE CONY HOUSE. The use of these Pianos in many public institu tion.- and f*chool.- has gained for them an enviable reputation, and throughout the country they are becoming tin* mo.-t popular Pianos manufactured. Classes arranged on application at Music Room or Residence, t»7 Winthrop Sheet. M. C. MlLLiKKN, Teacher of Music. apr2i)f2m \\ fiat Sliall We Cat ? VLL regular physicians will tell yon that Bee and Pork is not so healthy to eat in spring and -uminer as good Fresh Fish. The same can be ob tained at ITSHING A HOLMES’ MARKET, Near It. It. Bridge, Water St., Where all orders will lie promptly nttenaed to lor PISH of all kinds in their season. ersttm; & holmes, fmaj 10-tf Water street, Angnata. Great IJarffiilns tit WELLS’ % FURNITURE ROOMS, Water Btreot, Augusta, Me. A I.ARUE ASSORTMENT OF NEW ANI) SEC OND HAND Fur niture, Which will he sold at very low rate* for cash. We also keep the best stock of Walnut Caskets and Collins, And COM MON COFFINS of all kinds, and the best trimmings, with Plates engraved to order, and have lately added an assortment ot ROBES OF ALL KINDS, All of which will be sold ns low as at any establish ment in the State. C. U. & II. U. WELLS. 22tf Ilomoepatliic. R. R. WILLIAMS, M. D. Office m Water street, (up stairs) OARDIMUl, ME. (11 co Hour, from 1 to 4 P. M. t-flspet New York Life Insnrance Company. | ORGANIZED IN 1841. Assets, : $15,000,000. Tlic Dividends paid by tl.is romp.-ir n 1S0U nnd , 187U exceed Uiese pu.U by any other Company. • Agents Wanted ! Address WILLIAM F. MOKIt 11,1,. Genei'i’l Ag’t Eastern Branch Office, eeptM-flw Portland, Maine. Allen, Small & Co, MAMIIXISTS, And Miiiiuruetiirei's ot Stenm Engine*. Circular Saw .Hills, Clap board Planers, StinOins, Pulleys, .1] ill W oi k, and nil kinds ol it o xi n x iv cv Usually done in a lirsUrlass Maeliiue Shop. Also Improved Excelsior Machines, which cuts two Bolts at a time as readily as one ISO Alt l> PLJUUIS constantly Oil hand. Xo. 1 Journal lllock, • - Water Street, 6 m AUGUSTA, ME. 5jan70 E.ascll IVitiale S«‘b;i nary, AT A1 Ul'UNDALE, M A >s. Ten miles we-t ol’Bo'ton. Instruction thorough, careful, complete. Advantages for Mm-ic, I*;t11»t mg, French nnd cJerman, unsurpassed. Particular attention paid to common and solid brnnche-. Teachers chosen with great car". C ombine- the advantages and comforts of a school ami home. Number limited t<» 4'*. Next x ear begins Septem ber loth. Address .tm.’S ( HAS. W. crsiflNG. DR. A. H. CHAMBERLAIN, DF.NTAL SURGEON, 1150 WATER' KTIIEET, Augii^lsi, - - Naino. Makes the siieee-.-ful treatment of all diseases ol the mouth and teeth a specialty, employing nil the latest and beat improvements m the method of till ing with gold ami all proper material. 11 crated teeth permanently cured, and tie ir decayed and broken down crowns tilled and built up to their original shape and beauty. Toothache Cured Without Kxtracllns! Great improvement in the method of constructing and titling ARTIFICIAL TEETH. l)lt. Oil A MBKKLA IN is inserting a large num ber of set-. of these teeth, which for beauty, dura* bility and adaptation, cannot ne surpassed any w here. Tim plate w ill not >l.irt or drop dow n, and is warranted to tit perfectly. All are invited to call and examine specimens ot teeth made on red. pink and white rubber. FltESU (.AS EVERY DAY. tmavH tf _j PIANO TUNING. _ rpui-: subscriber woull intorin the j 1 citizens of Augusta ami vicinity.! Hf M W""Tl that he will give personal attention to | | a | r* tuning l*ianos. Orders left at his r» - idenee. Winthrop Sf reel. \\ ill receive prom j ' Attention. M. l\ MILLIKKN, fehft-tf Teacher or i*?ano ax!> organ PIANOS, MEL0DE0NS, Organs Music, etc.j — I HAVE Musical In-trmments from the several j be.-t Manufacturer* of New England, ami will sell them at the very lowet figures for cash, or part cash down and the rest in Monthly or Quarterly navments. Will take any second hand inMi uimnt ln exchange. Will rent instrument* and let all rent punt go towards the purchase of the same or any other instrument. Will send instrumenl* t" any part of the Mate on trial. For full partienhu Pri* c Ei.-t. etc.. Mini t*» me fora copy of the Manual .boui’for, which w ill lie tent free to any addre--, giving in to those who wish a nice, handy I'erj> final Calendar. Address ft. M. MANSUK, 3w87* Augusta, Maine. DELL NlfflOSDS’ Fashionahle Iluir Dressing Rooms Opposite Parrott & Bradbury’s, Water Street, : Augusta, .Me. Shaving, Shampooing. Hair-Dressing. Cutting. Col oring, Ac., in tlie most approved style ot the art particular attention paid to cutting and curling En. dies’and Children’8 hair. All kinds of Hair Work made to order in the latest style. Ijan70-ly J. S. DUDLEY, Dealer in all kinds ot SEWING MACHINES All kinds of 9'wing Mnnnnes neatly repaired an warranted to sew as well as the day they were made. JWACIUXES TO LET / By lilt- Hon III or Work. .j. s. i> t’ l» I.i: v, Wider St., .M (il VI A. MAINK. ttf-iuuell 1 floor south of Parrott .V Itnulburv's. OAK GROVE SEMINARY, TASSALBOllO’. riMTE Fall Term of twelve weeks will commence 1 on Third day, the 23d of 8th month, under the charge of Richard M. Jones. A. B.ns Principal, and a first-class teacher as Assistant. Tf.iims: Common English, - $4.50 Higher “ ----- 5.00 Languages,.«00 special attention will be given to those studies which form tlie basis of a thorough education. Cnusual facilities w ill be offered for the arrmiHi timi of livm-n and Herman, as the teacher has studied both in Europe. Board in tlm boarding-house, $3.00 per week. A limited number of rooms w ill he let to those w ho wish to board themselves. Both boarders and oc eupants of rooms to be under the personal earn ol the Principal. For funner particulars apply to the Principal, DIRJGO, Kknnkism Co. Vnssalboro’, 7th Mo. 151th. 5\v-eow:U This is the moot tho.ough biood punlicr yet dis covered, and cures all humors from the wor t Scro fula l» a common LraptUm. Dimple* and Blotches on the Jure, and scaly or rough skin, which are such annoying blemishes to many voutig persons, yield to the use ol u lew bottle* ol this wonderful medi cine. Front one to eight bottles cure Salt Rheum, Lrysipelas, Scald Head, Ring Worms, Boils, Scidy Lruptious of the Skin, Scrofula Sores, fleers, and "Canker** In the Month ana stomach. It is a pure medicinal extract of native roots and plants, com bining in harmony Nature’s most sovereign cura tive properties which cod has instilled Into the vegetable kingdom for holding the sick. It i* a great restorer for the strength and vigor of the sys tem. Those w ho arc languid, sleepless, have ner vous apprehensions or fears, or any of the a flections symptomatic of weakness, will Und convincing evi dence of its restorative power upon trial. It you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated and despondent, have frequent Heatlaehe, month tastes badly in the morn ing. irregular appetite and tongue routed, you are suffering from Torpid fiver or “Biliousness” In many cases of "Liver Complaint" only a part of these symptoms are experienced. As a remedy for all Midi cases, l>r. Fierce’* Golden Medical Discov ery has no equal as it effects perfect cures, leaving th«> liver strengthened and healthy. For the cure of Habitual Constipation ol the Bowels it i* a never failing remedy, and those who have used it for this* purpose are loud in its praise. In Bronchial, Throat and Lung Diseases, it has produced many truly re markable cures, w here other medicines had failed, bold by druggist* at $100 per bottle. Prepared at the Chemical Laboratory of 1?. V. FIERCE, M. D., *ept30-t/fcwr3m Buffalo, N. Y. nn vgs -AND MEDICINES ! Johnson Brothers, opposite : : POST OFFICE, Are prepared to furnish Customers A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TIIKIR LINE OF GOODS, CONSISTING OF Tlio Best the Market affords. THE KENT PLACE TO BUY YOl'It Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Toilet Articlos, Fancy Goods, Per fumery, Soaps, Brushes & Patont Mediclnos, of all kind* at very low price*, is at Johnson Brothers, opposite 1‘0>T OFFICE. CALL AND LOOK ! -AT THE STOCK OP Sponges, Brushes, Dusters, Soaps, &c., — -A-T — Johnson Brothers, opposite I*o>T OFFICE. OIX^S . Pure Sperm. Pastor, Neats Foot, Olive, Cod Liver. and Essential Oils of a jl, ki \ i> h , -AT Johnson Brothers, opposite : : POST OFFICE. CXOARS 2 ai.Ij tiii: Choicest Brands ! SATISFACTORY PRICES. TOBACCOS . (■old liar. Natural I.eaf. >av.v, Fruit Cake, Suiaee, and llat;le}'!ii Fine Cut. -AT Johnson Brothers, opposite POST OFFICE. Physicians, Country Merchants, Mechanics, and Farmers, Should not fail to call and examine our Stock and inquire our prices. Physicians’ Prescriptions Carefully Compounded ! Proprietors of Dr. Bennett’s Jaundice Bitters. Johnson Brothers, opposite - POST OFFICE, AUGUSTA, - - Maine.