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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED), BY SPRAGUE, OWEN & NASH. TERMS: SEVEN DOLLARS PER ANNUM. SINGLE COPIES, FIVE CENTS. "■■iiU UJB.1W.IWM .HU! |«ii , ■■■ ■ . i i i i ,, L . . I i i ' „ ' ■ .. . . ■■ '.I VOL. 1. AUGUSTA, ME.. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1870. NO. 308 JUmukc Jmtml. Published on Water Street, loot of Court, AUGUSTA. MAINE. BT SPRAGUE. OWEN & NASH. Sailg $ttmubcc Journal. i Is issued every morning, except Sundays. Contains the latest news by telegraph and mail, gives reports of the Markets, and has carefully pre pared political and local articles, and a generous amount of farming, home and miscellaneous read ing with a full compilation of .State news. Terms, $7 per annum in advance. $« il payment is not made within the year. Single copies 5 cents, to be had at the bookstores and at this olllee. Advertisements one inch in length, three in sertions or less, $1.00; 25 cts. for every subsequent insertion. Longer advertisements, or those inserted for any considerable length of time, will be inserted at favorable terms to the advertiser. Special Notices 25 per cent, additional. Amusement Notices, $2 per square per week. ‘oSleehlg Jjennebet Journal, Published every Wednesday morning, is the largest folio paper In the State, containing news, political articles, agricultural and scientific matter,tales, poetry, anecdotes, household recipes, markets, Ac., Ac. t Terms $2 per annum in advance. Transient Advertisements, $1.50 per Inch for first week; 25 cents per week for each aubsequen insertion. Special Notices, $2.00 per inch for first week; SO cents per week for each subsequent week. Business Notices, in reading columns, 20 cents per Hue for first Insertion; 10 cen.s per line for each subsequent insertion. All transient advertisements to be paid for in advance. E. J. EOBEETS, D. D. 8., (SaeceaMr to Dr. I. NNT.LL. Kce removed to Water ^Street, near rosT TvR. ROBERTS will be happy to wait upon the I I numerous friends and patients of l)r. Snell, and all those who may require his professional ser vices. .... By devotingall necessary' time and care in treating and perfectly tilling decayed teeth, restoring con tour to broken teeth by building up wilb gold. By extracting teeth skillfully. By inserting good fitting plates, mounted with beantifUl and scientifically arranged teeth. By exercising care and faithfulness with the aid of a regular dental education, combined with the ex perience of TEN years practice, and adopting all useful improvements, Dr. Roberts hopes to merit as well as to win the confidence of all ilia patrons DD-Excellent references can be furnished, anio n Which is offered the following oa.xti>i THIS is to certify that I have knowledge that I) E. J. Rubebts, my successor, has had tw years' pupilage and graduated at the Philadelphia Dental College, and inclusive has had TEN years experience in practice. 1 have confidence in his Integrity as a man, and in his abilities as a Dentist octai-Uf DR. I. SNELL. HOSES M. SWAN. Watchmaker and Jeweller, «K U 9 9 B K 9 H it « 6 ■ft .. .“.—. & U ► e ft e at H ► <• ► M 2 n His Stock embraces a fine line oi| American and Swiss Watches, in gold and silver case, Including the celebrated National or Elgin Watch, Waltham, Tremont, llur 3uin, llonnetl, Bordeaux, Jacot, Ac., in both La ies’ and gentlemen’s sizes. pine Gold «Tcwolry, Solid Gold Leoniton Vest and Neck Chains.l STERLING A COIN 8ILVER GOODS, FINE PLATED WARE, SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES, of the most approved kinds, CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS, Including the celebrated ITHACA CALENDAR all of which will be sold at the Lowest Price*, and Warranted. Particular attention given to repairing all kinds ol Pbie Watches. Chronometer Balances applied and adjusted to temperature and position fljanTO-tf ORGANS & HELODEONS ! Messrs. Arno, Hodgkins & Co., CAN confidently assure the public of their ability to furnish an Instrument unsurpassed in lone and durability of finish, thorough workmanship, and general excellence. Their eases are made ol Solid Black Walnut. Their keys are made of the finest grades of Ivory, with Ivory fronts. They use the Mnnroe Patent Reed, which cannot be surpassed for EVENNESS and PURITY oftone. To all who may favor them with their patronage, they guaran tee ENTIRR SATISFACTION, and most respect fully urge all in want of a Musical Instrument to give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. To such we guarantee * FIRST CLASS INSTRCMENT, at prices that defy competition. Remember the place ' ARNO, HODGKINS A CO., 1 door North Cook’s Drug Store, uly4S-|6m Water St., GARDINER, ME. THE BRIDAL CHAMBER. ESSATS FOR YOUNG HEN, • ON Great Social Evils and Abuses, Which interfere with MARRIAGE, with sure means for the Erring and Unfortunate, diseased and debilitated. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address, HOWARD SANITARY AID ASSOLTA TlON.No.i SonUi Ninth St., PHILADELPHIA, Pa, nov4-f? T,. t* “% ■ AND '. “ IVAUSESI Trunlx.s ! Trunks! THE PLACE TO BUY ZTenoh, Huseue, Solo Xioatlier, And all kinds of common TRAVELLING TRUNK8! Also Ladies'and Gents’ TRAVELLING A SHOPPING BAGS, 1b at HAMILTON ft TURNER’S, 135 Water Street. The Biiflit Place to buy your HARNESSES, and get the celebrated DUNN HARNESS, Is at HAItHLTOM ft TURNER'S, 13* WATER STREET. The cheapest place to buy WHIPS, CURRYCOMBS, BRUSHES, BLANKETS, SURCINGLES, HAL TERS, Ac., is at HAMILTON & TUBNEH’S, 135 WATER STREET. HARNESSES! For Business, Pleasure, Teaming, Tracking, Carling A Expressing. Manufactured from GOOD OAK STOCK, and by the best of workmen. 'Ye would remind the public that our Harness took all the premiums offered at the last State Fair four iu number. Also the first premium at the late New England Fair. . As our customers are daily informed that our Harnesses are Machine Stitched—we would invite them and the public generally’to call ami examine the largest stock of ready^uade Harnesses ever of fered in this city, ami we will convince them that we make the but HAND STITCHED work to be had for the same amount of money, and if we don’t have on hand what is wanted, can make it at short notice. Samples of Gold Gilt; Oroide Silver, Covered, and Japanned TrlmmedJIIarneBs. may be seeu at our salesroom, NO. 172 MIDDLE STREET. HENBY DUNN * VON. For (Bale by Hamilton tfc Turner, 135 WATER STREET, - - AUOTSTA, MAINE tllfeb-tf OPPOSITE PEERING & HOLWAYS._ IHAGrEE ’ 8 NEW PORTABLE RANGE! ! THE LATEST AND BEST. Combining the Advantages of All Others ! With many JEW and PATENTED Features. BBAUTIFUli IN DBSION ! PBRniOT 11ST OPERATION ! OAIiIr AND S3SB IT I Every Range Warranted in Every Particular!! For Sale bj A. I*. (iOUCD, One Door Worth Railroad Bridge, AUGUSTA. Also l'or sale tlie New an<l Improved "PEEIIU3S8” Cook Stove, For Coal ami Wood—The Best Stove m the Market. The “Golden Eagle Furnace,” NATURE’S HAIR RESTORATIVE M A <1 / */ fl ' 3 A t* Contains no LAC SULPHUR-Nlo SUGAR OF LEAD-No LITHARGE— No NITRATE OF SILVER, And is entirely free from the Poisonous and Health-destroying Drugs used in other Hair Preparations. Transparent and clear as crystal, it will not soil the flnest fabric—perfectly Safe, Clean and EB clent—desideratums M,»mg fagkl fur sad •ftusd ml latl ! It restores and prevents the Hair from becoming Gray, imparts a soft, glossy appearance, removes Dandruff, is cool nnd refreshing to the head,checks the Hair from falling off, and restores it to a great extent when prematurely lost, prevents Headaches, cures all Humors, Cutaneous Eruptions, and unnat ural Heat. As a Dressing for the Hair It Is Ike ketl article Is Ike market. DR. G. SMITH, Patentee, Oroton Junetion, Haas. Prepared only by PUUCTOK BROTHERS, Gloucester, Mhbs. The Genuine is put up In a panel bottle, made expressly for it, with the name of the article blown In the glass. Ask your Druggist for Nature’s Hair Restorative, and take no other. Send to PROCTOR BltOS. for Treatise on the Hair. Sent free. sept29-f Awllm CET THE BEST. -<«> THE MATCHLESS, LATEST IMPROVED SINGER OF 1870 ! Universally acknowledged SUPERIOR TO ALL l S. P. PLUMMER, AGENT FOB THE Singer Sewing Machine, Opposite the Post Office, Augusta, : : : Maine. nov2tt»ftf PURE SPICES -AT THE Market Square Grocery Store, Augusta. ooU7-Hiiu New Jewelry Establishment ! S. W. FAIRFIELD, HAVING taken the North part of the Store oc cupied by S. I*. PLUMMER, Opposite the POST-OFFICE, AUGUSTA, ME., Will keep constantly on hand and for Bale, a good assortment of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWKLRY, —AND— FANCY GOODS. ALSO, A FULL STOCK OF SpootaoleH & Ej o GIuhnoh. Wtlthea Sk. Clock! ( I.anttd and Repaired in a Thorough Manner and at Reasonable Rates. All kinds of Jewelry neatly Repaired. S. W. F. would respectfully call the attention o citizens of Augusta and adjoining towns to hi* NEW STOCK OF GOODS; and he feels confident that by strict attention to business and honorable dealing with all, he will merit and receive a fair share of the patronage of the public. Any particular article in the Watch, Clock or Jewelry line, obtained at short notice. S. W. FAIRFIELD. Angusta, Oct. 28,1870. KENNEBEC SAVINGS BANK! 7 per cent. Interest. Trusteed « W V. HALLETT, Rl'SSKLL EATON, O. C. WHITEHOU9K, DEANE PRAT, ORRIN WILLIAMSON.* Deposits received at the counter or the Freemans National Bank. Deposits put on Interest the first of each Month. 2he net earnings of the Bank are divided every six months. Dividends made on all sums which have been on deposit one full month belore dividend day. Loans made to Depositors on Depositing their Bank-book as seourity. J. L ADAMS, Treasurer nor24-tAw3m Knickerbocker Mutual Lire Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. KRASTC8 LYMAN • • • President r|nils is one of the oldest, most reliable, and best X dividend paying companies in the country. A88ET8 OVER $7,200,000! Liberal arrangement* will be made with Agents, and they are wanted In all parti* of tLe State. Apply at AVGUSTA, ME., 130 Water Htreet, (up-sUlrs) to CHARLE8 WHITE, Manage lor Maine and New Hampshire. March M, 1S70. ItSmsrtf A.TJ Q-TT ST A. FISH MARKET ! NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. IaIim A aikAMAti in returning thanks to his many friends aVl the public gen lionn L# MVTnenay, erallyfor their patronage, and soliciting a continuance of the same, would inform them that he has the BEST ASSORTMENT OF Freeh, Plelcled, l>rlecl nncl Hinoked Fish, on the Kennebec River, and that his Oysters &L ClfiHTlS are all that the Epicure would desire. J. D’A. wouhl call particular attentioiflo his 3>jc>. 1 jBxtl'a and to his Light Halted English Dried tod; also to his Smoked and Pickled Salmon, smoked HALI BUT, Ac. Halibuts Finn, Tongues and .Soumin ami Mackerel prepared for immediate tine. I)ani“ arlecotla Alewlvee, and those nice No. 1 Healed Herring and I^lnlunci lladdles, which are such a good relish for Breakfast and Supper. Oysters and Clams SHELLED DAILY in the Market. Genuine Belfast, HarpSWOll A Free port CLAMS always on hand, and the Pure Clam Water given when desired for Chowders. Large Fall Blver Oysters SO cts. per Quart; Virginia Oysters 10 cts. per Quart Zjevoea, Baloona, T/ivcrns cto Stage Driver*, supplied st a liberal Discount. PICKLES, OYSTER CRACKERS, CRACKERS aud PORK tor Chew ders, of the Best Quality. WALL ORDERS punctually attended to and delivered in the City FREE OF CHARGE. Special attention paid to putting up Oysters and Clams in KEGS or CANS, for the travelling comrau* nlty, and hill satisfaction guaranteed._norM-ttf FOWLER, HAULER & SMITH ARE NOW OPENING A Splendid|Assortment OF USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL GOODS ! - FOR THE - HOLIDAYS. detso-nr FURNACES! - THE - Peerless Coal Furnace! - The Best Furnace ever made. - NO GAS, NO WASTE of FUEL or HEAT ! DURABLE, POWERFUL AND ECONOMICAL. IT' Every Furnace Warranted to give the Most Perfect Satisfaction. Second-Hand Furnaces ! Two No. 7 Magic Coal Furnaces, to be set in brick, suitable for a large dwel ing, Store or small Church. W. H. Woodbury, A few doors South R. R. Bridge. : : Water Street, Augusta. bos "W" ortb: IIAS ON HAND A - OF - CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS ! -AND — REEFERS ! WHICH I1E IS SELLING VERY CHEAP ! * nov24-f2wr DRY EARTH SYSTEM! For the Sewage of Towns, Factories, Hospitals, Prisons, Hotels and Private Houses. AMl’I.E cx|>cricnce hna shown Die Dry Earth System to be more efficient in preventing foul smells, ami far less costly in construction ami re pairs than the Water Closet System; ami that it is in all respects entirely satisfactory, whether for the Sick Room or for constant use. The Earth Closet offers to all, in town anil coun try, every benefit possessed by the Water Closet, at far less cost, with the additional advantages, that it is portable, and can be moved to<lie bedside In the sickroom. It promises more in immunity from offensive odors, from infection in disease, and in the saving of fertilisers than has ever been accomplished by a single invention. In the COMMODE, the apparatus and earth res ervoir are self-contained, and a movable pail takes the place of the vault. Kor use in Bed Rooms, Hospital Wards, Infirm aries, Ac.., tile Commode Is invaluable. It is entire ly fret from those faint, depressing tutors, common to portable water closets and night shtols, and through its admission one of the greatest miseries of human lifts, the foul smells oi the tick room, ami one ol the most Sequent means of eoniiuunicaling infection, may be entirely prevented. For circular- ami full information, address L. W. GRAFTON, Agent Earth Closet Co., No. 7 Bridge’s Block, Augusta, Me. seplfi-ttsw.wtt Why do People F’KCHASK Til Kilt FISH at HIKICR'S F1XII .HAItHLT ! Bemuse they get what they call lor. Suppose they get poor dan? why, they don’t often ! but if they do their money is re funded. Fish, Lobsters, and Clams, Fresh and nice, delivered in any part of the city. J. H. BI HKH, Gardiner. Gardiner, Sept. 15, 1870. septlT f.'hn O I o Cushing & Holmes AUK HAVIN'*; Nice l^i-esti Oysters Again, and are dispensing them to their customers • in all parts of tlm eity. Thanking all for their past patronage, we hope for. A Continuance of the same. And others who desire to be furnished with the Best Fresh Fish and Oysters, there is in the market. ■”ALSt)~ Salt, Corned and Smoked FISH, of all description!,. P.b.—Weare rewiring daily Centime HKLFAST Cl.AMS, the only Fish Market in the city where they can be obtained. CUSHING & HOLMES, Nkar U. U. ItRiiMAK. Waterhtkkkt, Aldil’sTA. llOT*-ttf ami £hetchf!S. SIIAO'S SORROW. A TAI.EOF ALL HALLOW EVE. [CoNCLfDED FROM YESTERDAY S PAI’ER.] “All,, said Nora, 'sure his anger had darkened his heart and his eyes. And she didn't know why he was that wild with her? Then, if I'd been her, I'd have clung tight, tiglit hold of his arms, and, made him tell me, and love me again. Did he love her again, Shaun?” “And 1 told the child that he loved the whole time, hard and hot; and how when he was wounded and half killed, he found out all his thoughts of her badness were false ; that she was as brave and as pure hearted as even his mad love would ask for her to be ; how they rode homeward on the one horse, her cheek lying against his shoulder, and her hand pressing the scarf to his wounded side. “ 'Come again, and tell me more about my lady’s books, Shaun. Come again, won’t you?” “And so I said 1 would indeed, and soon, but”—and the voice of the strong man sank to so low a cadence that the listeners bent forward to catch his words— “but never again did 1 sit by the coach man’s fire. Only once more did 1 ever hold wee Norah's hand in mine, and hear her sweet, pretty words. And that once— oh. Virgin Mother! can I ever cease to see her as she was then?” “Shaun,” and it was Madge’s voice that I spoke, “don’t ye go on. It is hurting ye cruel, and—” She stopped ; her own eyes were lull of tears. ‘•No, Madge, lass. 1 wanted to tell this to you. l’il best tell it quick, and be done with it. It’s long years since I have spoken of it to mortal man or woman, and the words stick in my throat. “I went to the barn and opened the big doors wide, and the silent moonlight came in in a broad path along the floor. I stood waiting for the stable clock to strike twelve. I can hear it often now in my sleep—the loud, deep sound which made me start, even though it was waiting lor it I was. 1 winnowed the corn upon the floor, and, God forgive me! 1 spoke the evil name. When there 1 saw, standing with the broad moonlight on her white dress, wee Xorah! I stood still in a strange kind of stony fear. Oh, if that had been the only dread 1 was to feel that night! I stood, and she stood ; and then softly and glidingly she came up along the moonlight track right before me. “I suppose I thought it was a spirit, for I sprung back, knocking with all my weight against something behind me. ‘•There was a terrible crash, and 1 heard wee Xorah's sharp scream: and 1 myself gave the echo of the cry in a loud shout. They heard it in the house : and when they found us I was holding the pretty child in my arms calling madly on her to open her eyes. And there beside us lay the heavy long ladder which my wild spring had brought crashing down on her innocent head. The yellow hair was all stained with blood, anil on her white—llut there, can’t say more about it! She spoke to mo ouce : ‘Shaun, come to morrow evening, and tell me more of the gentle lady and the knight who loved her.’ “I suppose she was raving. Certainly she did not groan or sigh or seem to know she was hurt. She lifted herself from my arms when William came. ‘Father,’ she aaid, ‘oh, father!’ and that was all. “There was an inquest. They did not blame me. Oh ! How 1 wished that they would ! I did not much care what became of me. Hut there was no trial. They said at the inquest the darling was accus tomed to walk in her sleep, and must have unbolted the door, come into the yard, and strayed by chance into the open barn, thinking perhaps of her pigeon. Hut I knew better. Xot one inch did she stray. She was led by the Hlack King, whose evil name my guilty lips had spoken. She was so lily-pure he could not harm her; so he made me do it —me who would have died for her. "1 could not face the lather and mother who had loved her, though they never said one hard word to me. Could 1 go and feed the dogs, and see the horses Rtsnninffiilnnir. and watch the ilnmli hrntrw her? And so 1 came away. His lord-ship was rare and kind, and got me this place here with Air. lleygate. And my lady— if it hadn't been for that angel, I should nave died; I think 1 must have died, though hearts don't break as oftentimes as folks say—nty lady, she wrote me two •whole letters as kind ami good as herself. She knew 1 suffered. Aly God! how I suffered !” His voice died away in a kind of wail. There was a strange element of poetry and passion in this man, almost peasant born as he was. But there runs through the Irish nature a vein of high-toned feel ing, for which we must search in vain among the coarser, blunter lower classes of Kit gland. It may strike some ears as unnatural tha. one like Shaun O'Donnel could either dream over "Enid,” or be capable of the deep anti lasting anguish that hud so nearly crushed his life. \ ears iiad passed since that terrible night, and had borne away with them somewhat of the keener edge of his remorse, leaviug a curious tender self-pity in its stead. But now lately this had grown into anguish unknown save in such natures as his, un til he could bear it no more, and felt lie must utter it. And Aladge ? She sat very still, her face hidden in the deep shadow. She uttered no word, uor joined in the exclamations and expressions of pity and interest which fell from her mother and brothers. Neither site nor O’Donnel beard their import; but the murmur annoyed her and she silently rose and slipped away. He had risen as he finished his recital, and stood gazing into the turf-tire. It had burned out all its leaping-glories now ami lay cpiiot, the glowing embers bordered by a ring of perly ashes. The similitude struck lnm. Youth, with its passion, its anguish, its keen joys; and the inevitable end, when dull ago creeps on, awl dims and deadens both pain and joy into gray ness and coldness. Was it coming for him?—Was this fresh griping pain, and the new-born love at his heart, but the last effort of his youth’s leaping fire ? White hair sthreaded his thick brown curls, long lines were drawn on his forehead and round the still, grave mouth. But—and the conviction struck him with a bleak certainty—he was not old; he felt he was not old. There was warmth and strength yet in his heart that would defy years to quench or time to kill. No, lie must struggle on, and suffer still. He turned with rather a choked “Good night.” “Ah, but nonsense! Sure you’re not going away this early, and it raining too ? Sit down, man, and eat a bit of supper,” urged Michael. But he would not listen. With hasty thanks he passed out into the stormy au tumn night, almost knocking over a woman’s form as he shut the door behind him. “Madge! is it you? Go in. Ye are wet ana cold. Go in. Oh, my darling, cu’ jeytha sian, uhilish mahuil agus ma chree f”* ‘Farewell to you, light of my eyes and light of my heart. “Shaun, what are ye doin’?” she cried, in a broken, frightened voice, as she felt his arms around her, and heard his pas sionate words. "What am I doing? 1 don’t rightly know. I only know I love you, Madge. But I did not mean to tell you so. I aid not mean to tell you so !—I have no right. I was to see my "wife that hideous night, and now I must remain married to the spirit that comes to me often in my lonely house by the river—comes to me with the moonlight on its smiling lace, and the blood-stains on its yellow hair. Madge !” and the tire flashed again into the voice which had been speaking in grave, lifeless tones—“Madge, I tell you it wanted but my love of you to break my heart entire ly. Was not my life black enough al ready P” He felt her fingers on his arm. “You mistake. It is not Noroh that comes to haunt you. She did not even know it was your hand which struck the ladder down on her pretty head. She is not angered with you. She loved you well, and maybe she's leaning down from Heaven to see if you are happy too. Ah, Shaun, dear!” The pleading tone made itself heard amidst the tumult of his feelings, and roused another thought. Madge loved him. Was she to be sacrificed too to the memory of his life’s sorrow ? He turned to her suddenly. “Are ye brave enough to wed me, Madge? Will ye dare to face the spirit that comes to freeze me into stone ? Will you, knowing all, come to toy fireside down by the water ? Will you take away the long curse off Halley-e've by proving it was not my bride I saw that weary night ? Will you dare to marry a grave, sad man like me ? Speak, Madge.” And she spoke; and through the dark ness and the rain Rest and Hoiks entered his soul with her soft “I will.” 0. C. WHITEHOUSE & CO., -DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS! And Carpetings, NO. 173 WATER STREET. AUGUSTA, Mk. O. C. WHtTEiiou*B, Daniel Whitehovs* fmayM-tf Ilomoepathic. R. R. WILLIAMS, M. D. Office si Water street, (up stairs) GARDINER, ME. fflce Hours (torn 1 to 4 F. M. t-9epet DR. A. H. CHAMBERLAIN, DENTAL SURGEON, 150 WATER HTHEET, Augusta, - Maine. Makes the successful treatment of all diseases ot the mouth and teeth a specialty, employing all the latest and .best improvements in the method of fill ing with gold and ull proper material. Ulcerated teeth permanently cured, and their decayed and brokeu down crow us filled and built up to their original shape and beauty. Toothache Cared Without Extracting! Great improvement In the method of constructing and fitting ARTIFICIAL TEETH. I>li. ClIAMllEliLAlS is inserting a large num ber of sets of these teeth, which for beauty, dura bility and adaptation, cannot be surpassed any where. The plate will not start or drop down, and is warranted to tit perfectly. All are invited to call ami examine specime 11s of teeth made on rod, pink and white rubber. FRESH GAS EVERY DAY. tmavfi tf Couth Candy I WFNDF.NRIKG'N COl'OH CANDY cunt COUGHS, COLDS. WHOOP IN U COUGH ami all Throat troubje*. 2 Doors south of Granite Block, Market Sq. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Pauoy Oooda, cfco., soul by tanl-ly* W. WENDKNBI KG. DELL N1JIOXDN* Fashionable Hair Dressing Rooms Opposite Parrott A Bradbury's, Water Street, 3 AiguU, Me* i Shaving, Shampooing, Hair-Dressing, Cutting, Col i oriug, Ac., in the most approved etyle of the art* 1 Particular attention paid to cutting and curling La. I dies’ and Children’s hair. All kintUof Hair Work, made to order in the latest style. ijanTO-ly