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cer* were very anxious to ascertain her
speed, her errand and ber deslinatiOB. I t
waa auapected by some that h*r design waa
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to re.cue Napoleon Bonaparte, then a
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prisoner at St Helena, bis brother Jerome having offered for that purpose a
par Plagle oofto*T a r * * eeata. ~m*
large sum. Sb* wa* carefully waioked by
HTONE A HU8K,
tke British government, and ships of *ar
. o p n i n T o n a A N D P U B L I S H E S * were stationed et certain points for that
purpose, which for a time prevented her
titticr, a i CENTRAL S T R E E T .
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departure from Liverpool.
HATE* O F A D V E B T I S I N Q :
She finally proceeded to Copenhagen,
On* inch of apace l a length or o o l o m a , eonetltutee
where she excited great manifestations of
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Thenoe shs proAajlHtM
8" ff Three weekn... .tsan wonder and curiosity.
. 4 00
T w o days .
1 00 <>n« month.
ceeded
to
Stockholm,
where
the was visit.
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i hj-ee days . . . . . . . . 1 IS
iVnr dava. • > • • • « . 1 BO Three mo i t b , . . . • 0 ed by t b e r o y . l family, ministers of aisle,
. • 00 and naval officers, who, by invitation din1 00 Bis month*.
Or*
8 00 1 waive m o u t h s . At 00 ed on board, and look an excursion among
Two weeks.
(Paper o o l Included.)
Special Notloe* ton n*ote a line , U r g e a m o u n t . the neighboring islands with which they
She then proceeded to
i L l i t o e a t a . H o eharge lee* then Slty c o a t s for each were delighted
pinrUon.
'.» St. Petersburg, where hsving on board as
flgr-Traneleot
A d v e r t L e m e n U p a r a b l e l a SSV a passenger one Lord Lyndock, who was
- a n e e ; all other* quarterly.
so much pleased wiib the performsnee of
T h e LOWELL W r KELT JOtTTtNtL. t h e oldest tho sleampabip that be presented 4o ber
• e p e r In Middle*** County, la puMlahcd a n PKIDAT
officers some token of his esteem. To her
J O K N I N Q , a t f l 0 0 par year t a a d v a a e a .
aailing master wa* presented an elegant
snuff box of pure and massive gold, on the
L O W K L L P O S T OFFICES*
cover of which. Inlaid in piatina, wa* a
MAIL* oca rmoat
represent si ion of Peter the Great a«leep
B o e t o n at ».10 a . ra., S a n d T p. m .
on bia horse standing on tbe ruck tram
T o w n a b e t w e e n Boaton a n d L o w a U
I S a. I
which he viewed the Swedish army, with
anil epeclal from B o a t o u ,
N o r t h e r n at 7 p . i n .
tbe serpent biting the heel of ibe horse,
N a s h u a at 7 p. in.
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which awoke bim in lime to successfully
C o n e o r d , h . I I . , a t T p . m.
Manchester at T p . m .
attack tbe Swedes. At tbe bottom of the
I . a w r e n o e at S p. m .
snuff box wss ibis inscription: '• PresentN e w York a t 9.10 a. m . , a n d T p . m .
ed by Sir Thomas Graham, Lord LynW o r o e a t e r at 0.10 a. in., a n d T p . i n .
K a a t e r n a t W.lOa. m . , a n d T p . m .
m
deck, to Str-vriia Rogers, aailing m m . r of
Halem attl 1 0 a . i n . , end 7 p . m .
the ateamehip Savannah, at S ' . PetersAll towna between Urolou Junctlou | .
burg, Guloher 10th, 1819. ! ' Lord Lynand LowaU,
\ F'
MAIL* O L O . B M l
dock bad taken passage on tb i st rawer by
B o a t o n a t * 1-2 a n d 10 a. m . . ami 4 1 - 3 p . m .
invitation of Christopher Hughes, then
T o w n a between LowaU and Boalon a t t p . m .
American minister lo Swedon
N o r t h e r n at 1 1 1 a. in.
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N a a n u a al K 1-1 a. ra.
O o a a o r d , N . II.. a t 4 1 - 1 a. m .
Maacbeetar i i M l i . n i .
N e w York a t * 1 S a n d 10 a . m . , and 4 1 1 p . no.
W o r c e e l e r at B 1 1 a. m.. and 4 1-3 p . m .
Raatern a t * 1 1 and 10 a . m .
L a w r e n c e a t 10 a. ra.
B a l e m a t * ! l a . m . . a n d 4 1-1 p . a t .
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A l l t o w n a h e t w a a n (Jroiou J u n c t i o n { 9 i y , m
and Lowell,
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California malla o v e r l a n d e v e r y d a y a t 4 l - » p . m .
D o . b y a t e a m e r , 10th, t o t h a n d laat d a y o f each
: n o n t h , at 4 1 •* p . m .
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his preaent eloek of
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M . T h a t all o t h e r aMIe b e sa.«l. a p so i n c l u d e
the laat day o f t b e m o n t h , a n d that, duly certified,
w h i c h ha ta d e t e r m t n e a t o clear o a t , r e g a r d l e s s o f lhay b e preaenled l o t h e A u d i t o r on or before t h e
eoat, before t a k i n g atoek.
Aral day of the f o l l o w i n g m o a t h , tnd be p a y a b l e o n
H e b e f a t o call particular attention t o a quantity the t e n t h .
o f W o m e n ' . , atleeea a n d Chlldren'a D o u b l e Bole
All Mile p r e e e n t e d f o r p a y n u n t m u a l apoclfy
B e w a d Calfekln B o o U . a l l f h t l y defaoed, b u t In what the article or a r t i c l e , w e r etor,a n d , w h e n for
reality not o n e c a n t w o r e e , w h i c h h a la e e l l t n f a t labor, w h e r e II waa p e r f o r m * * , vlth proper datae.
about half t h e original coat. T h e y are m e n u f a c
i t e m , charged l o different A a p B p r l a U o n s s h o u l d
lured by o n e of t h e beat c o m p a n l e a i n t h e Mlataa. be m a d e o u t o n tepawwSe Bilks.
w h o w a r r a n t the w o r k i n a n a b l p of e v e r y B o o l they
A l l B i l l s n o l b v e e e e l e d and approved aa a b o v e ,
make.
will Ua o v e r antll t b e n e i » a t e e t t .
T h e p r o p r i e t o r o f thte . t o r e Is alao aole a g e n t l a
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II. T i l A . C K R A I I .
from t l o S o'clock p . m .
O B O R O B OABDNKR, Auditor.
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Bay State Eire Iaaaraaee Co.,
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Qaincy Matnal Eire Iaaaraaee Ca.
Dorchester Mutant Fire Ins. < o .
a*- With an aggregate Capital of *s.ooo,ooo.
0«ftee, S t Central
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^ •tlOt P.M.
For N a s h u a east Upper Railroads. I 0 U . I U 1 M..
l.f>». S . W a n i AOO P . M .
Por W U M B . B . 0 0 A. M.. 1.00 a a d B.00 P. M.
Por tlroW.ii Junction LU0, 11.4* A M , * , 4 » P. M.
Por Lawrence 1 SO. to ta' A. St.. S.4S ano u s P. M.
Por aalera 1.8* A. M.. m o r a
e o r o a arrival of train froui Nashua.
T h e i n J u e ' o r S t o e y Brook. Koodafor B e a h e a and
all upper U<>a , laave MMdleses tttreal Uepet oaly.
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Prom Soctoa T OU. f* OU. tO.fV) A. M.. IS M . t . 8 0 . 4.00
aad AOO P. M.
Theatre T r a i n . W a d n a a d a y s , leaving Boaton at
11.SO P . M .
Proin Naahiie T 0 0 . S . S 0 , 11.45 A. M., n.OO, t*.00 P.M.
Proru Wllteo l o o . ILU) A. M..S.*> P. M.
Prom Oroton . u n c U u n S.OO A. M . I t 4Aa A 4S P. M.
Prom I.awrenoe S B0 A- M. IS-4S 4 0 a a * *.S0 P . M.
Prom Salem B.40 A. M..B.0UI'. M.
I Northern 1 .epol
JOHN R.WINBLOW. t a p ' V fSStBBJ
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Baler* a a d atony Brook B e a d s Lowell.
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1 I S i M . m o a t d e . l r a h l y l o o a t e d , In different
parte o f th" olty. I'erauna deairlng araall T * a e ini'itta. or a f e w acre* o f Land, with o r w i t h o u t
D w e l l l n g a , t o p a r c h a a * o r hire, m a y h* a r o o i n m o dateil hv Tallin* o n t h e s u b s c r i b e r . J O H N M. O .
P A R K E R . Centralvfllo. or J O S I A I I H U B I I A R D ,
S Canal B l e a k , Central atreet.
L o w e l l , D e c . 6, istw.
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VAUI1BLR HI LI PR0PRRTY.
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N s n d after M O N D A Y .
IB a l l T r a i n '.eaves Concord at J O a. m.*
for White Kiver Junotlon, <••'» ..<ui < will,
train, for Welta River. St. Jul vaburv, Har»
ton. Newport, Wlllnuphby and Mas»B Lakes.
Stanstead, Bath. Littie'on, Lai ea«trr. Also,
with trains fbr Mnntpeller, Buriinjgtnn, St.AL
ban. Rouse's I'olnt, Montreal, ORdeneborifh
and tht West.
Ilrtatol T n t i a leaves Concord at .1.30 p.m.,
tor Franklin aad Hrlatol.
Evening KipreaB T r a l a lea.es Concord
at 8.16 p. m.a for Whit* Riv r Junction, con
neotlag; with train fnr Monipelter, Ba ling.
i n . St. Albsns, Kou.e'e Point, Montreal, Og
densburg, and the West.
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Medical Advice.
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A Y l r t O r e t u r n e d from a a e a t e a a t y e p r a a w s a
In t h e largaat e e u b l l e h m e n t e In N e w Y o r k ,
Mr. S . f e e r e a o a S d e n t t h a t b e o n p l e a s e eH w h o
may favor h i m w i t h t h e i r p a t r o n a g e , In either o f
the a b o v e . n a m e d b r a n c h e s o f b o e l n c e o .
A l l w o r k e a t r n s t e d i e h i m will b e d e n e w i t h
noatnees. dvapateh, a n d at a r a a a o n a b l e p n e e .
All kind* o f 1 1 M l ' W O R K a a d J O B B I N O
d o n e l o order.
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latelligeace
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JiaUra.trs, l.oaages, Sofas, sic,
BADE AND BAFAIRBD.
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R o h e e m a d * t o or.i*r
Particular a t t e a t s o n
Iial.l t » i h e renoi arlou e f M . l l r . a e e * o f e l l Blada,
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I U Central St., oppoalt* the Waahlngtoa Heeea.
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PAPER HANOINOS,
W i n d o w C u r t a l n e , F l x t u r a * , Taa**la a d C o r d * ,
U r n . i . e . Arttata' T o o l s a n d C o l o r s ,
HOUSE. SION A N D DECORATIVE PAINTER,
Oralner, Paper Hangar and Olaaler,
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Untitled Document
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York
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D r a g s , P a t e n t M e d l c l a e a , Periatanary,
FANCY GOODS, fee,
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N . B . T h o a e dealroua o f e o n s n l t l n g D r . L e l g w l o n , w i l l And h i m a t bia o B c e , cor. Merrimack, a n d
Worthen alreela.
I'hyaieiana' P r e a e r l p t l o n e earafully a n r n p s a a o a l
at a n y hour o t th* d s y or night.
COR. MERRIMACK A N D W O R T H E N S T S . .
L o w a U , Meae.
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P . s% K. B A I L B Y , ,'
(Suec***ors to Bam'l Kidder, Jr.ftOa)
Cor, of Merrlsn ek n a o J o h a Bia.,
LOWELL, MASS.
D e a ll*rs
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Chrml *i«. artso, a n t e a p o p u l a r Patent Medlalnaa.
P e r f u m e r y , Fln« T o i l e t S o a p e , H a i r , T o o t h a a d
Clothe* B r u . h e * , a t e . , *te
I ' h y . l . i a n . ' PrMCrlptloa* will receive particular
attaullon.
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PATENTS.
J. E . U U A N E ,
BOUC1TUR. OF PATENTS,
HO. to MIDDLE STREET, LOWELL, MASS
D r a w i n g s , S p e c i f i c a t i o n * , a n d all neceeeary p a p e r a p e r t a i n l u g kg P a t e n t b a a l a e a e , p r e p a r e d a t
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a a d a l l other good* ususlly kept l a a
Grocery Store always on hand.
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THE DIAMOND DICKENS!
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Lamp., Wleka, etc.
OILS, VARNISHES,
DENSAMIOUfll
aad KmaleyaieBt
O P P I O B ,
A m o r l e a n B o u s e S t a g e Offloe,
Ne. B4 Central Street.
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DENTISTS,
BH1LDOB,
PRA€Tir.%ls
O Fassensrsr
Trsta, will run as follow*
UPWARD TRAINS.
(with Rstenalve Water Power.)
Upon ber arrival at St. Peiershurgh, the
vessel waa vi.ited by the en'ire court who
tested her qoallii-s by a trip lo Cronsladt,
O o n n t y , Beat T e n n e *
( ' Oa0eAc T, wKi tDh i nInhalfH a aw kmi inlse' of
rall<oad a n d t h r e e
and so well pleased was ibe E nperor that
m i l e , o f R o g c n v l l l e , ( ( } o o n t y a l t e ) . F i n e Mar
the ullici ri were treated with marked atc h a n t Mill, S t o n e H o u a e , t w o pair F r e n c h Burr
tention. Tb«y were invited to be present
S a w Mill, W o o l C a r d i n g M a c h i n e , Iron Latna,
With atmiidanoe o f W a t e r P o w e r e o S o l e n t t o run
• O r o n arrive of train* from B o s t o n , W o r
at a review cf eighty tbouaand troop* by
an e x t e n a l v e w o o l e n factory, e v e n In a d r y aeaaon, s*a* .Portamouth, Portland. */a.
the Ruiperor in person ; and a frigate o f HISTI'S PULTIIIMC B.LSAM
b e i n g driven b y t h e Holatoii K l v r . a n d l o c a t e d In
DOWNWARD TRAINS.
one o f t h e boat woul g r o w i n g ili.trl t« In E a . t
lbs largest class was launched on the
T e n n e a a e e . 100 arrna o f Laud, a t t a c h e d o n w h i c h
t Bristol Train leaves llriatol fnr Coneord
t « - F O B A L L
DI8FA8EB
jorrw A. OOODWTN, r. M. " Camels," and taken down lo Cronsladt
I. a n e w f r a m e D w a l l t n g l l o u . e , n e a r l y
flnl.hed. at 8 a in , and Franklin at *J2 a m.
OF
T B I T H H O A T ,
L o w e l l , .Tanoary 1 , 1 M 7 .
a* an exhibition of the progreaa of ibe ari*
w i t h 10 r o o m . - tin.- romantic l o c a t i o n , a n d a* g o o d
t *lail T r a l a leaves Whits River Junctlot
I U " O S A N D O l i r s T haa
c o l d aprln ; w a t e r aa t h e S t a l e affords.
In Russia Th* Emperor soliciisd Caul.
p r o v e d Iteelf t h e moat reliable
for Concord at I'i.U p m , >r on arrival of
W r i t * re* for further n a r t k u l a r * . I m a s t s n d trains over the Vermont Central, Passaaspsle
THE DAILY COURIItK. S'e*ei••> Rogers lo remain ia tbe Russian T Z 4. remi'dy.
Thouaanda h a v e been
Will *ell. I'rlc*, o n l y SJO.uoo. D i r e c t t o C A U S and White Moun'sin* Rtllroads
apecdily a n d effectually cured b y
•eat with bis steamer, offering him the
T I N , Aueltn'a Mllle I'.aO., U a w k l n a ' O u u n l y , E a a t
its t i m e l y u s e w h i l e auflrrlng w i t h
Day Kiproaa T r a l a leaves Whl*e RWaTennea.ee.
aevare colda, protracted cougha,
Tuesday, Februaryft.1867. piotection of the government and the exaction at 4.^8p.m., or on arrival of trains
and with varloua other f o r m , of
Ikclobar, 18**.
oetlftdSm
clusive navigation of the Blsck and Baltic.
< - I ^ J . U N O D I S E A S E a . I l la prefr. i M o n t r e a l a n d O e d e n a h i r a h , I t r a t t t e l x i r seas for a number of tears; snd to Capl.
pared from regulable balaama,
ougi Keene, Bellows' Palls, Windsor, Ao.,
T U B P I M T TOTAOK I C I O U T H I A T L A N - Moses Rogers the Emperor presented a
W A U R E N &, C O . ' 8
and t h e medicinal properttee of
cotiii* . ii'« st Coneord with train for Ranches
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tar, Na.hua, Lowell an • Boston.
From S t .
i n i i w r a l . nor polaonoua d r u g a . I t
tr.l aeoaaeet at Onneord with trains
B*h, Oa», tbe wealthy and sntsrprisina; Petersburg ihe S.vannsh sailed lor Aren- r a n b e t a k e n w i t h p e r f e c t aafety at all time*.
L I M A O r I T B A M B R I fort These
Mancheater, Lawrenoe, Portsmouth, Port
enmmercial bout* of Scarborough & del, ii Norway, and thence lo Savannah,
« * r S o l d b y all dealera l a Medictnea l a i b e c i t y '
land, Nashua, Woreester, Nsw York, Lowell,
novl
atom
FROH"
Portable aid 8tatioaary Mram
liasca. Tbe bead of (be heuse had great making the paa*sge in twenty five days.
and Boston.
confidence that at no dialect data th* Thus ended the 8>st voyage ever made
Kasgiaes aid Boileriy
ONS..OW STKARNS. Agent.
*^m
LIVKRPOOL
ocean would be navigated by •team. H e across tbe Atlantic by a siesmship. That
Concord. N. II.. Peh. 27.18R6
feh'27'tf
Froaa 4 to 0 5 Horse Power,
earn* to New York* and purchased a thip was forty-seven yesrs sg«, and the history
- l I P ^ * ana QUHEN8TOWN
COMCURu Jinu i I.AHK1BONT R . I t .
of about 350 tone, then on the stock*, and o[ oceso stesm navigsiion during that
ALSO, CIRCULAR l 4 W R I L L t .
•
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TO
M a deserved compliment to bia State and rventlul period will form one of Ibe moat
! • • . . . . \\K have t h . old eat, l a r r - a t aad m o o t e o m p l e t e
• »•»*
CONTOOCOOK R I T R R MAILP.OAD.
eity named bar tbe Savannah, and deter- important and interesting chapters in our
w o r k * In the U n i t e d Mates, d e v o t e d e s c l u a l v a
Ornca
(eetabUahad
IBM),
mined with her to try tbe experiment of annals of prosperity.
ly t o t h e m a n u f a c t u r e of Portable E n g l n e e a n d
No. 0 J O H N n l ' K K K T , L O W E L L , 4 a w M i l l . , w h i c h , for p o w e r snd e c o n o m y o f faal,
croaslng the ocean without sails. In castP A S S A G E
B I O U O I D
are c o n c e d e d b y e x p e r t s , l o h< aupertor to a n y ev^lARS over these Roads run In oonnectlnn
ing about for the right kind of men to asThe chart used by ('apt. Rogers during ess. NTTROUS OXYD O Art ADkllNISTKRKD. er offered t o t h e p u b l i c . TBS treat a m o u n t o f
J with Care over tho Coneord, Naahua and
TO
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sist him, he fixed epon Capt. Moses his voyag*, as well aa ihe log-book of the
Worcester, Nashua and Lowell, Boeton sn<*
w a g i v e t o the rated h o r s e power, m a k e o u r l i n Lowell, Msnehester and Lawrenoe, Ooncord
Rogers a person of great mechanical skill Savannah, were eolieited by tbe navy degtn*« t h * moat p o w e r f u l ami iheapvat tn u a * .
W A R R E N it C O . .
and Poitamoutb, Boston aad Maine, and Paand ingenuity, who had been familiar and partment about the year 184.1!. and It is beA l l eta** o n h a n d , or f*»e>t*k** o n . h a r t n o l l e .
130 Stole St., and 413 CoaaBaerclal St. sea Rallmada, aa follows:
C i r c u l a r , w i t h prt** ll*t, ••lit on a p p l i c a t i o n .
identified wilk tbe experiments of Fulton, lieved that Ihey are now in • haaef* keepinai
Moaton.
Leave Bradford and IHUaborn' Bridge, for
Wooa* •• »# »a>*v u-n.«a«c w i m r ^ _
but he was not a ua navigator. A tbor- .of the department in Wa.hingion Having
aaawMw "w- . * •
m
C o n c o r d , v c . , 7 3 0 A . M . a n d 1 4 0 P . M.
A g e n t e - . I A M E S M o i l U O I I , 40 Market s u e . . ,
oogh, experienced and practical sailor waa been unfortunate in losing much of their
Braneh oflea, 0* Maiden Lane, N. T.
J Art. at. K c C O T , E . M O O R E , J a . , P r i n c i p a l s .
BrW^ir." 0 W 0 /. d -C°*. l,r » a . , ' ,r « I • n ( 1 BlUsboro'
Lowsll; Bl'ARltOW KOBTOH. Woburn.
now wanted, and jost such a man wasproperly by Ii e, the owners of the Savannoi7
d'y
Stoat Connection*.—Bradford for Newburv,
J.M-I
J3ru
thorough B u s
found in tbe person .of Capt. Stevens nah sent her to New York, where tbe was I nTe .h. e i 'lua irig-eeset ,ine h eNa peewa tE. nagnl adnmost
t u n a p e e . N e S p o r t , C l a r a n m n t , B u t t o n , i<e"w
d. T h e yonng and
8team from Quoen*town and
London, Vc., daily.
Roger*. Aftee having bean furnished with sold. Her engine w«s taken out by the m i d d l e a g e d o f both B**> a are practically trained
Liverpool.
all buaincaa p u r a u l U , fitting them for the CountHillsboro' Bridge for Antrim. Bennington,
an engine by Stephen Vail, of Morris-town, proprietor* ef ibe Allaire Works, and on ifur
n g H o u a e , t h e B a n k , a n d the S t o r e .
Superior
and Rest Washington, dally : for Keene, vU
*«.fli
conjointly with Daniel Dodd, of Elisa- the opening of th* ("natal PsUoe in New facilltlea In B o o k k e e p i n g , P e n m e n e h l p . P h o n o g Antrim, North Branch, Stoddard, Munaonvllte
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beihtnwn, the Savannah was placed under York her cylinder was pre*ent*d by them r a p h y , T e l e g r a p h y , S u r v e y i n g , Mercantile L a w ,
o l ( 'i l a* n e e d Important m e d i c a l a d v i c e , or ape- snd Bui ii van Tucede • Thuradays and Satur
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the joint command of tbe two Cspts. for exhibition, and it remained until tbe s p o n d e n c e , e t c . , e t c . '
days; for Claremon' via Wa.hlngton. Lemp
T b * Orst-elaas p o w e r f u l Iron B t e a m s h l p e o f t h e b y letter, t o Dr. .1. If. H A R M O N , L o w e l l , U a . . , stsr and Unity, M i«t.ya,Wednesdays and Prl
Rogers, the one to superintend and direct place wss consumed by fire, although a
Btudente can enter at a n y t i m e . A partial c o a r s e
offle* In W e l l e . B l o c k , up atelra.
CUNAKl)
LINK,
ber machinery, the other to aet a* sailing fac-aimile of tbe cylinder and en engrav- tn thoae w h o dealre. B o a r d , f t and f 4 | p e r w e e k .
D r . H a r m o n glvea apeclal a t t e n t i o n t o the Impor- days, returning <• op site days.
r a d u a t i n g C o a r s e , *Jtt| S t a t i o n e r y , f S . T h o s e
OJil.OW 8TRARN8, Agent.
t a n t dreea*** rafercod t o b e l o w :
TRfPOU,
BTDON,
MARATHON,
master. They were two as intrepid end ing of the ship are in existence snd in the G
realdlng w l l h l n a t m i l e , o f L o w e l l , e n Una o f
let. Oeneral Conaumntlon; Snd. All Female
Coneord. N. h . . June 4,1888.
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able men as the country could afford, and bands of Ihe captain ol the Savannah.
R a l l m a d , can puroheae aeaaon tlokata a a d board
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under their direction tbe ship sailed for
Capt. Stevena Rogers is eat ill living, and
Unrponi
every T U E S D A Y ,
W i l l sail
l i v e * ; 4 t h . A l l d e l i c a t e dlaeaaea o f * l t h e r s * l o r W O R C K N T K R A N A N H l l A R . R U A D
p a r t i c u l a r , call at C o l l e g e R o o m a ,
Savannah on the 29ih of March, 1819. resides in N e w London, COLD.
from Onsets—own oivery
v a r y W K H N K H D A Y . a n d from
He is H FCo rL further
a g e w h i c h require t h e apeclal care o f a c o m p e t e n t
W1NTKR AKKANOKMBNT.
L E S U I A L L , o r addrass,
.Vein fork t o i,tsar poof direct *v*ry W E D N E S McCOY A MOORE.
T h e trial waa highly *ucoe**ful. The now seventy eight years of age, a fine
phvalnlan. A cure la certain In all curable ca***.
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vessel then proceeded to Charleston, and specimen of an <>l i fashioned ehip-msster—
S t e e r a g e Paasag" from $30, to N e w Y o r k a t l o w
ly m a d e h y s o m e o f t h e moat reapectabla g e n e r a l
rates, p a y a b l e In C u r r e n c y .
after being lionized there for a short time, some six feat In height and of stalwart
p r a c t i t i o n e r . In L o w e l l :-»
N apd after December 1st, 1804, Paaaenger
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" T h e a * c o m p l a i n t * s h o u l d c o n s t i t u t e a dlatlnet
took Jamas Monroe, then President of tbe proportions. He is said to be a most exT r a i n * will r u n a s f o l l o w s :
porta a t v e r y l o w r a t e s .
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United States, to Savannah. On th* 26th emplary and excellent man, and to he
F o r paasaae a p p l y t o W I L L I A M S fe OTJION, t » to b y a c o m p e t e n t p h y a l e l a n ; a n d w e belleva t h a t L e a v e W o r c e s t e r a t 6 . 9 0 a n d I I . I d A . M „ 4 . S 0
B r o a d w a y , N e w Y o r k , or
of May she aailed direct for Liverpool, u n i v e r s a l l y r e s p e c t e d a n d e s t e e m e d . W h e n
P. M
Dr. H a r m o n I* better qualified for t h a t branch o f
O V. N AM A H A .
" Nashua at 7.10 A. M., 12 M.,and 5.00 r. v .
r art Ice than any o n a w e k n o w o f w h o d e v o t e *
maklog the passage in 22 days, 18 Of which quite young he waa imprisoned by a BritWo. T •BBOBBjBuilding, L o w e l l . M a . . .
Itaaalf p a r t i c u l a r l y l o It."
" Orntuu Junction at 8.00 A.M., 13.4o*nd
were under steam, some economy of fuel ish man-of-war. and on being released be
B . — A g e n t * f o r t b * " Old liiaok S t a r L i n e • o f
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being deemed adviaable, last the supply determined afterward to have bis credenAll trains oonneet st Groton Junction with
T O FEMALES
ONLY.
should be exhausted.
tials of eitiaensbip always with bim—so
Sinnv Brook R. R. trains. Close connections
T h e oelehreted R E D P I L L S a r e prepared eepeand
PROVISIONS.
be had impnnted on his arm his nsme,
c l a l l y fur t h e uae of femaloe, a n d are Intended for sre also made at Woreester with trntns for
During th* voyage across tbe Atlantic ihe date and plsoa of his birth, and the
strictly I s g l t l m a t e p u r p m e a , \\r: t o remove all Provldenee. Norwich New York, Sprlugfleld,
riill E aubaertbere havs opened a
IsanufartiirriV
Sipplies,
nnnatural obatroctlona to t h a menatrual or month- Albany, and the Wost.
several amusing incidents occurred, but figure of a hand pointing to the Amerioao
ly flow—all C A U S E S o f untimely auppreaalnn, a n d
T h r o u g h t i c k e t * f i r N e w Y o r k hy B o i n d o r
N E W PROVISION STORK,
we have room only for the two following, flag . Thoae credentials are indelible, and No. 1 S 1 V I N G N B A N K B U I L D I N G ,
t h a t t r o n b l e a o m * " w e a k n a e a " n o w a o p r e v a l e n t Land Routes, cm he had at 'he Ticket Office
obtained directly from tbe offioers in com- will remain until bis strong arm (ball
A l N o . 103 Central Street, cor Charlea, In A m e r i c a n w o m e n .
in Lowell, where, also,Stat* Ho m. and Berths
Shattnck Street, Lowell, Mass.
W h i l e theae l'lll. a r e perfectly h a r m l e a s u n d e r
mand : When, the ship was epproaohing moulder into duel —Hound IMe.
ean
he seeured by the Stetmers " City of Bosaad
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Cape Clear, under steam, *be was discovIn their o p e r a t i o n that It m a y b * beat for M A R ton" end " City of New York."
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ered by the officers of tbe telegraph staIII Kl) w o m e n t o aacertaln t h e i r t r u e altoatlon b e O H E E r t E , PICKLKrt and all k i n d s o f
fore using t h e m , for In oaae o f p r e g n a n c y t h e y ither Roa la, aee Hn-W. Fathgnd*r Unide.
VART PROPEB OBSERVANCE Of A COM- Lowell Tea aid Coffee Store,
tion, and was reported to the admiral in
C O U N T R Y PBODUCO.
w o u l d u n q u e a t l o n a b l y produce an u n e x p e c t e d hut
C. S. TURNBIl. Supt.
command at Cork as a ship o n fire. T h e MENDABLE BUI.E
A story being current
a * T W * aell c b s a p for caah.
quite eaay m l s b a r r l a ^ e ; therefore It la a l w a y a adHo IS JOUH 8TRBKT.
Wnveeeter.Nev.
29.
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admiral at once dispatched a fast cutter, that Mr. Tilion and Anna Dickinson bad
p e t e n t p h y s i c i a n before u s i n g t h e a e l'lll*. F o r ad• p H E u n d e r s i g n e d w o u l d respect'allv a n n o a n e * a s a call at N o . IB* Central ttreet, cor. Charlea.
well-manned, to her relief} bat great waa
v i c e o r the l'lll.. a p p l y either In p e r s o n or b y latter
I t o h i . frlende a n d cuetomere that h e haa p a r HEATH * W A L K E R .
their wonder at their total inability, under matrimonial designs upon sach other, Mr. chaaed t h e . l o c k at the T e a and Coffee S t o r e N o . noWdtf
l o t h e proprietor, D r . J . M H A R M O N . Office,
NBRRIJIACK HIUMW.
W a l l * * ' B l o c k , u p .tnlra, L o w e l l , M a . . S n e h aa
all eail and with a good braes*, to come T responded to a letter of inquiry on tbe 11 J o h n atreet, formerly k e p t b y Mnnn B r o t h e r s ,
prefer
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obtain
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Cnnatantly o n h a n d freab N e w Y o r k
w h o r e h e will be h a p p y t o w a l l u p o n all w h o m a y
up with a ship under bare pole*. After subject aa follows :—
near City Hall A v e n u e .
OYSTERS.
T h e y will b a f o u n d o a
favor M m w i t h a call. Choloeet T e a a , Coffeea a a d
" v t h * b*noh ready t o s e r v e a t all t l m s a .
several shot* bad been fired from the cutS p t e e a . a l t h a e a "Apri*..^
N . B . T h e s e Pills are t h e o n l y p u r e l y actea'lfle
0 A V B B T , T
OTTAWA. Ill , J a n . 2 1 , 1867.
HENRY EMBRT.
Th* Great Vegetable Bemedy
a n d reliable m e d l o l n e o f t h e kind n o w nhtalaa'ile.
ter, Ike engine of the skip was stopped
M T DEAR S I B : - i n reply to your kind
.1. M. H A R M O N .
L o w e l l , O e t , » , 1***.
_oe«Mtf
March 3 0 , 1 M B .
marKvdtf
for PAIN I
and the cutter permitted t o approach,
novS*aRf
Inventor and Proprietor.
inquiry
whether
ihe
story
be
indeed
true
when her officers were invited on board to
It 1* Warranted
MADAME ZADOC PORTER'S
examine aad admire tbe aew Invention. lhaf I am to marry my pleassnt friend
Miss
Anna
Dickinson,
permit
me
just
lo
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Soon after dropping her anebor in the
A C H E I N ONE MINUTE.
harbor of Liverpool, a boat, manned with mention (what must suffice for the preseoi)
Ihet
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es
in
every
other
important
I T ALSO CURBS
KHESKI
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aailors in naval uniform, commanded by
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a lieutenant, came alongaide, and tbe offi- matter. I am bound hy a rule which I have
A V E opened a Wboleaale Osab Jobbing Baal
PKICE,
19 AND SO CJt.VTJT F E E BOTTLU.
B A R - A C H K ,
n«-a. l a
cer, in a tone mora authoritative than observed for now nearly eleven years; and
BOLD O N L T B T
that
is
not
to
tske
B
conclusive
action
withOAMKEE,
l l o a t e r y , Olovea, B e t t o n a , W o r . u d a n d A l p a e e a
Th* Best, Cheapest, aad Boat effectual
pleasing demanded of tbe first man h e
S O R B T H R O A T , aarl
B r a l d a , Handkerchief*. P a n e v O o o d a ,
Congas, Colda, Ae. tbe World haa a m |
D . W . H O E N R eB C O . ,
•aw, " Where is your master P" " I have out the advice ol Mrs E n a b o b R. I il on,
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a very eensible woman, snd the wife of
Barely Vegetable, eawtalaa a* BUIBBA1A,
DO master," replied the American.
faper Oollars,fee,al
P r i c e *S and K Cents. B r . e n d i n g 1 0 Oanta t o
yours truly,
TBKODOBE TILTOB.
Cer. Fletcher It. tad Wettern ireiae.
er other BILETEB10US DBEwS.
B. h i . O B L L , Lowell, Il w i l l b s aent b y m a l l ,
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'• Where is your captain, then, sir P "
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W e n t w o r t h ' . B l o c k , near Merrimack D e p o t .
ALSO, ALL KINDS OF
Tb* c o s . T t v s B . t a a n
" Ha is below, air," was tbe reply. O n
A TBOETABf AH PEssT. A curious Christ/ ' . . , *J*Qsia* QOods at R*taU.
I* Marraated. If need aereaching the deck Capt. Rogers aak-d tbe
eortftag i e' Dlrectteaa,
T h e attention o f I b e d e a l e r , o f thla c i t y and v i II \ R i p AIVD 9 « r T COAL.
vinnra.., M
,•
C v a a in allI ew
Englishmen what he wanted. Th* officer mas festival given at Blennerbassel, Cum- c i n i t y , la reapeelfully aollolted, a a w e . h a l l aell
sases, Ceagka,
IMPRO VKP LOOK S T I T C H
da4deodtf
LowaU,
Dee.
4th,
IBM.
t
old*,
creep
berland,
England,
by
Mr
William
Law*
fall
aa
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e
a
p
If
not
cheaper
than
In
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B
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t
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ma,
Wheeplag
replied, " My commander demand* to
C o B g h , Aailn
atiima, aad all
MACHINE.
know by what authority you wear that aoo, is reported, in the English pspsr*. m aWr ke e tr. e c e i v e o a r g o o d , w e e k l y from •t u e N e w S B W Z H O
eJbettoae or iha Threat a a d
L
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s
*
pennant, sir •" pointing with hi* awoj^ t o Mr. Law ton i a a vegetarian, and gave an Y o r k a e v w o n a a n d a r e freqaently a b l e l o g i v e
Madams Eewac F*fl*r*«
quite g o o d bargajna l o t h e trade, and o n r t e r m s
a coach whip pennant flying at the main
H I S Bfaebtne. a s a o w Improved, p o e s M s e e
Btl$am i . t I ' U - . L T V s a a entertainment
eoeoruingly
:—
are Juat aa favorable aa Boeton t e r m . . Pleaae eeil
N
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s
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point*
of
excellence
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m
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t
masthead. T o this tbe captain replied.
V a B t s K t n c T i ' H i . T , prea d e x a m i n e o a r atoek a a d prloaa.
p r e s e n t s , t h a t I am S o l e A g e n t for t b e F l o r
w h l e b place II far In a d v a n e e o f a n y o t h e r . It w i l l
pared w i t h ( r e a l eare a n *
"About one thousand people attended.
" By t h * authority of my government,
e n e e and H o w e S e w i n g M a c h i n e . , In t h * e i t y o f
Hens, Btlteh, P e l l , Oalher a n d H e w o n a Ruffle at
acientlgs
aklll. fr. m a eoaaK I L B ^ K I s% H I R S H F I B L D ,
o n c e ; B i n d , Cord, Braid, Here-Stlteh, T o o k with
Lowell. Tho** wtahlng to parehaee a Sewing
which ie republican and permit* m e to d o The farm buildings were decorated, and in
blnatloa o f t b e best rameOVl
baatlng.
fee.
I
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Invites
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are
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t
o
call
a
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m
y
place
w
h
e
r
e
108 M e r r i m a c k *trVet,
dies the vegetable kingdom
• o . " Th* officer then remarked that h i . the large rooma singing and dancing and
parieoa w i t h other* for e a e e o f e o m p r e h e n a l o n . t h e y can e e e them i a operation a a d j u d g e o f their
atTorSa.
N e a r t h e sf arrimaek D e p o t .
commander Oonaldered it an in.alt to him, lecturing on phrenology, co-operation,
O r * * * r a n g e o f effective w o r k i n g , a n d nnaurpaased
merit..
I u raflssdial gaelltlee a m
durability.
N . O. O A R T K R , A g e n t .
H S S I T KILBaai,
raiLie •raaariBLO.
" COME O N E , COMB A L L . "
and commanding the American to haul vegetarianism and physiology went forbe*** on Us power to aeetet
A I H . M O rd w a y a, BA M err I mack S t .
H. C. D E A N ,
o
a
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l
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r
.
th*
heahhy and v l g e e e a e
ward
at
intervals
daring
the
dav.
At
down the pennant. Intimating that if it
L o w e l l , A p r i l « 8 4 , IS**, d t f
* l Central S t ,
elrcalatiea e f Ibe Baaed
was not quickly don* he would be supplied noon a meal I f grain, fruit and vegetal l-a
through tha L u n g s .
ALSO AOENT FOB T H B
with help. This waa a little too harsh for was given, which rather surprised some of
It e a l i v s a s t h e amaetee
and aaetata tb* akin i e per*
Yankee spirit to endure, and Roger* in- tbe beef eaiing peasantry who had asasmG
L
O
B
K
SBWIKI.
IAC1INR,
•arm
the dasksa e t ragalaNOW HEADY.
stantly gave tbe order to haul down the bled to lake part in tbe festival. I here
u n a tbgjassi 3t ta* *yet**a,
The
OBBAFBST
sad
MOST
SIMPLE
Single
THE PICKWICK PAPRH8.
and InOJitly t h r e w l a * off
eoewh whip, aad tupplp if* plat* api/A a war* raw turnips, boiled cabbages, boiled
Trir^On*l If Bads 1 no In tb# tnRrk*H
FROM N o . U 6 C E N T R A L S T R E E T
tha w e s t * sahetaaee frem
L\m*dltloa,lnerlm*ono>oroocoelolk*l.**.
inrimwtmm
Machines o f a l l k i n d s C L V A N R D
broad blu* pennant, aueh aa are worn by wheat, boiled barley,* shelled peas (hklf a
Cue earfhee ef t h s body
TO
I I I . , . t r a t e o e « I U o n , e o u t a J o l n g 1* full p a g e II ^ f l S p A j t E I )
novlBtf
n a
tv&1
the commanders of squadrons ia onr navy. ton of each of tbe three last named), oat- Inetratlona
It toooan.tM phlegm, lab y S . E y t l n g a . .Ir., m a d e expreaaly for "
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deeee fr*e .pittlns.and will
and«ankiog with tbe highest grade in that meal gruel, with chopped carrotaa tur- thi* e d i t i o n . I a
n*
faenid very agessahla Be
( U n d e r t h e Unitarian C h u r c h . )
•« T U B TEN I S » J I U t r r i E R T H A N
<K>OOBSIt A L L ' S .
F o r s a l e at
of tbe British, and than, in a loud ton* of nips, and cabbage in i t ; horse beans, boilths taste.
It l e net a viojantS
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SWORD.**
voice—eo that ha might be beard by t h * ed potatoes, salads, made of chopped carlent i a m s d y . b a t sBsssBsat,
S a l e o f t h e atoek r e m o v e d f r o m t h e o l d a l a n d
w s r m l a g , asaraalag aad s a b s t t v e . s e a a* taken by t b e
English—he directed the engineer to get rota, tumipa, eabbage*. parsley, A c , over
• L 4 S T I 0 8 I H O I S K I R T I N G , The OOld Pen-Boot BH€ Oheap- w i l l be c o n t i n u e d a t a t r e aMt RdSl.e eSa o. nBt .. B A T O N . eld**t pereea er ynaageet ehll*.
Ik* •*• sja<> pspss rswCy. This order bed which waa poured Unseed boiled to a jelly.
U"paw bswe a Cole*, If ever e e alight, i e n e t B E
L o w e l l , S e p t e m b e r 1st, I M S .
**ptldly
NEW. Just raeelved bv
est Of P l a t .
give the Balaam a trial, aa tea very l e w prtae at w a
the desired effect, although there was no A a t h e r e w e r e , - n o c o m m e n t s o f a n y k i n d , COMBTHINO
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fe
0
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.
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la aold brtage It t a t h e reach e f every a o a , that they
each apparatus on board, and tbe gallant either upon ihe »straordinary mease* or
janfe)
N o . 4* Merrli
aiav alwaya heap It e e a v e a l e a t lev s e e
A
L
A
B
O
R
B
T
O
O
K
th*
table,
nod
all
being
cold
except
th*
lieutenant aad hi* crew palled for dear
T h e ttmsly a e e o f a t * eaat b o t e * a R s P e a a s a i s t a
F SHOULDER BRACES aad BAOLX I B B
f
_ > se W I L L V a v a good F U R T B l a f ee w a n k e n s hundred llama tm m
The hot water jeart, which were potatoes, it saay be laaagta**. that t b * •*Bt
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at
§ • - " a > . B M E D O A K ar s SCOTCH O A F ,
life.
The Beet Pens In tho World.
guests d d net -It down with mush relish to
BLAKE'S,
SsUbyaB
BRAZER'at O O R N B R H A T S T O R E ,
subsequently leveled at the British offi' their vegetarian fare. Each bad aa apple at
F o r aale at Ms 1
VtosS
)en»
IS aad H Joba street.
sf
HALL
fe
arjCXBl.
Bisyitsesss, Hew Tartt.
eatiMd sheen to alert upon aa early and a biscuit presented be rising irom th*
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BBaWawarF dary appotwas* A g w a t at U a i
table
\ A I L . TOOTH and H A I R B R O S R
la
ROQUET O P P A R A D I S R .
v a r i e t y , al M a a d M J o h a etres*.
• ef Ohm aa»
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wlp^of
WWW, hlghlv seaasntiaasd and vary delteeas
d**1Sdtf
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Zim&:
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For
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CARDS
A*»
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Bro«a'* Patent."
Jlfrrimark linufaftur*m» lo. 2 Ct OLTa pTpOeNt s , tipana
w i d e , I beatara each
a% Inrhee
inc
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Lowell Steam BViler Works
T o n
Maahattaa Eire iBaaraace C o . ,
NBW Yoaa Orrv.
NiaRBtra Eire loswrnace Co.,
Naw Yoaa CITT.
Iasaraace Co. o f Nortfe Ametlca,
Cottoa liekiaerj. For Halt*
TUB
New IUTBM. Ot.
Mairopolttaa l a a a r a a e a Coaapaav.
BOOTS AND SHOES 1
' p W S C o m p a n y offer, l o r aale t h e f o l l o w i n g
I
Machinery:
4 Hallway Heada ; • D r a w n * Pram**.
10 S p e e d e r * , i s s p l a d l e e e t c h , bubbina • 1 SxS
T S l a b b e r * , « t e p t n d l e e e a c h , bobbin* 41-BsB l - i ,
Inches.
far N o . 1.17 b a n k r o v i n g .
5 S l r e t e h e r s , 40 .pi m i l e s s w A , bobblna 4x7 I n .
19 S p i n n i n g Krsmea, d e a d t b r e e U e e , ISO aplndlea
40 W a r p f i l e r T a r o a i i e e . M a p t a d l e a e a c h , 1 ( 4
each.
Bf 1 3 I n c h * . . autlabl* f o r Mo* M>a l o *4s.
U S Print C l o t h L o o m a .
10 Cradle W a r p e r a .
J O H N C . P A L P R K T . Bupt.
1*0 •' E m p i r e " L o o m a , fee Drllllnga or IT Ineh
1.0wall, J a n u a r y », 1BST.
J.uadlf
Shertlnga.
140 Loom*, foe SO l a o h D r i l l i n g . , w o o d frame*
1* Looma for 48 Inch S h e e t f e e a , w o o I tram**.
I i " Maaun '' Looma, n e w , for Drllllnga o r 57
inch S h e e l l n g a .
T
h l a m a c h i n e r y haa b a e n rka. and m a y b e eeen
A r e prepared t o furnlab
at t h * B O O T T C t l T T O N a U L L S , L o w e l l , M . . . .
ROTIRY BLBAnSKaVL si'KWt BOILERS,
F o r farther Information apply to
• T I L L A N D W A T E R T A N K S , of e v e r y
WII.1.1 AM X BURKJE. A g e n t .
daaerlptton.
L o w e l l . Maee., J a n . 4,11*7,
JeiU.lrt.u
D S T T O X S T B B S J T , n e a r AfrcAanlf*' Mill: L o w t x t . .
W B . DOBBINS A OO.
esr* R e p a i r i n g d o n * a l the ahorteal n o t i c e . B e e o a d hand B o l l v r a e o n . t a n t l y o n h a n d . a n d for aala.
L o w e l l , N o v . IT, IS**.
nevlTdly
BUSINES8
B O S T O B . LOW K M . A N D W A B U IT 4 ,
INSURANCE AGENCY.
BTONY BROOK., LAW H E N C E A
Maanachaeette MatswsJ Ltle las. <:o.
BALBM RAILROAfl".
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T
RAILROADS
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS,i L I F E A N D F I R E
III—
NO. 9079.
LOWELL, MASS.. TUESDAY EVEN1 NG. FEBRUARY 5. 1867.
A OL. XXXI.
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