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WORK. BT CHARLES SWAIN. Attend, oh man, llplift the banner of thy kind, Advance the ministry of mind. The mountain height is free to climb, Toil on—Man’s heritage is time ! Toil on ! W ork on aud win : Life without work is anenjoved, The happiest are the beat employed !— Work move* on end monlds the mightiest birth, And grasps the destinies of earth ! Work on! Work sows the seed! Even the rock msy yield its flower, No lot so hard but human power, Exerted to one end and aim May conquer fate and capture fame ! Press on ! Press onward still; In nature’s centre lives the fire That slow, though sure, doth yet aspire; Through fathoms deep of mould and clay, It splits the rocks that bar its way ! Press on ! If nature then Lay tame beneath her weight of earth. When would her hidden fire know birth ? Thus Man, though granite fate, must find The path—the upward path—of mind ! Work on! Pause not in fear, Preach no desponding, servile view,— Whate'er thou will'st thy will may do ! Strengthen each manly nerve to bend Truth'a bow, and bid its shaft ascend; Toil on ! Be firm of heart: By fusion of unnumbered years A continent its vastness rears ! A drop, ’tie said, through flint will wear ; Toil on, and nature'! conquest share 1 Toil on! Within thyself Bright morn and noon and night succeed ; Power, feeling,passion, thought and deed; Harmonious beauty prompts thy breast— Things angels love and God hath blest! Work on ! Work on and win ! Shall light from nature’s depths arise, And thou, whose mind can grasp the skies, Sit down with fate and idly rail ? No—onward ! Let the truth prevail! Work on ! Y A It I E TY. management of Animals. In breaking or managing a horse, how ever intractable or stubborn his temper tnay be, preserve your own. Almost ev ery fault of tile brute arises from igno' ranee. Be patient with him, tench and coax him, and success in time is certain There are tricks, however, which are the results of confirmed habit or viciousness, and these sometimes require a different treatment. A horse accustomed to start- i ing and running away, may be effectually' cured by putting him to the top of his, speed on such occasions, ami running him till pretty thoroughly exhausted. A horse that had a trick cf pulling his bridle and breaking it, was at last reduced to better habits, by lying him tightly to a stake driven on the bank of a deep stream. With his tail pointing to the water, he commenced pulling at the halier, which suddenly parted, over the bank he stum' bled, and alter a somerset or two, and floundering awhile in the water, he was satisfied to remain at his post in future, and breaks no more bridles. A ratu has been cured of butting at every thing and every body, by placing an unresisting effigy, in a similar posi tion ; when the sudden assault, on a win try day, resulted in tumbling his rnmship into a cold bath, which his improved man ners took good care to avoid in future. A sheep killing dog has been mode too much ashamed ever again to look a sheep in the face, by tying his hind legs to a stout rain, on the brow of a hiil, while the flock were quietly feeding at the bot tom. On being tree, and somewhat star tled at setting out, in his haste to rejoin his friends, he tumbled and thumped mas ter Tray so sadly over the stones and gul lies, that he was quite satisfied to confine himself to cooked mutton thereafter. Man’s reason was given him to control ‘‘the beasts of the field and the birds cf the air,” by other means than brute force. If he will bring this into play, he will have no difficulty in meeting and overcoming every emergency of perverse instinct or bad habit in the dumb things, by his supe rior cunning.—American Agriculturist Power or Habit. Habit uniformly and constantly strength ens all our exertions; whatever we do, often, we become more and more apt to do. A snuff-taker begins with a pinch of; snuff per day, and ends with a pound or two every month. Swearing begins in anger ; it ends by mingling itself with or dinary conversation. Such like instan-| ces are of too common notoriety to need that they be adduced ; but, as I before ob-; served, at the very time that the tenden-i cy to do the thing is every day incensing.' the pleasure resulting from it, by the blunted sensibility of the bodily organ, diminished ; and the desire is irresistible though the gratification is nothing.— There is rather an entertaining example of this in Fielding’s “Lifo of Jonathan Wild,” in that scene where he is repres-; ented as playing at cards with the Count,; a gambler. ’‘Such,” says Mr. Fielding, ‘•was the power of habit over the minds of those illustrious persons, that Mr. Wild could not keep his hands outofthe Count’s pockets, though he knew they were emp ty ; nor could the Count abstain from palming a card, though he was well aware Mr. Wild had no money to pav him.” __ A Righteous Deeisioa. A suit was brought in one of the Lou - isville courts recently, to attach the sum of money in the hands of the Treasurer of an Odd Fellow’s Lodge, of which complainant was a member. The money had been appropriated by the Lodge to defray the funeral expenses of the wife of one of the members. The Judge re marked that it would outrage every prin ciple of propriety and humanity for a chancellor to attach this charitable appro priation of the funds of a benevolent so ciety, and he decreed that the complain ant's costs therein be expended. A Hard Cue A watchman going his rounds, (a very rare occuirence,)a few nights since, found seated on the steps of the State House, an individual somewhat the wotse for what he had taken. “Look here my dear fellow said the guardian of the night, “You will take cold.” "Never you mind,” was the reply, “I have chosen this spot as my abiding place, till the sun is up,” aud thereupon com menced singing his old favorite song in a manner which threw the former “choris ters of the Tremont Theatre” in the shade. “Who are you, my friend,” interupted the watchman. The individual cast one look insignifi cant of deep disgust at this impertinent question, and then replied in sepulchral tones, “I am Mazulm, the guardian of these sacred tombs.” “But what do you do.” ‘•Nothing.” ‘‘How do you live ?” “By head work.” “In what way !" “Since you must know, old Methusa- 1 leh. I will tell you. 1 let my hair grow— ain’t that head work !” Charley sat down and passed the re mainder of the night in admiration of those two elegant specimens of artistic elegance known as the State House foun tains.—Evening Gazette. A Love Letter of Olden Times. Madam, most worthy of estimation, af ter long consideration and much medita' lion, 1 have a strong inclination to become your relation; and on your approbation shall remove my situation to a more con venient station to profess my admiration; and if such an oblation be worthy of con sideration, and can obtain commiseration, it will be an aggrondizaiion beyond all calculation, of the joy and exultation of Yours, without dissimulation. The Yopng Lady's Answer.—Sir: I perused your oration with much deliber ation and a little consternation, at the great infatuation of your week imagina tion, to slow such veneration on so slight a foundation ; but after examination and serious contemplation, I suppose your an imation was the fruit of recreation, or sprung from ostentation to display your education by an odd enunciation of words of the same termination, though of great variation in their respective significa tion. Now without disputation, your labori ous application to so tedious an occupa tion deserves commendation; and think ing imitation a sufficient qualification ] am without hesitation, Yours, Mary Moderation. An editor vindicating the private char acter of a friend who was nailed far the crime of sh?ep stealing, thus eulogized him : “We have known Mr. Thomas for twelve years. Our acquaintance com menced with the great equinoxial storm which blew down our grandfather's barn. At that lime he was h young man in the prime of life, and, we think, raised the best marrowfat peas we ever eat He was a good mathematician, kina to the poor, and troubled with fits. In all the relations of a husband, father, uncle, and trustee of common lands, he followed the direct standard of duty. Mr. Thomas is, at this time, 43 years of age, slightly marked with the small pox, an estimable citizen, a church member, and a man of integrity for ten years. And as to sheep stealing, that he would have done it, if he could get an opportunity, is without the least foundation in point of fact. Mr. Thomas could have stolen our lead pen cil several times but he didn’t do it.” Albert J. Tirrell.—This distinguish ed individual made a fool of himself at the Trotting Park, Cambridge. In order to make himself particularly conspicuous he appeared on the course dressed in a drab cap, embroidered with while bran ches and flowers; a green jockey coat of the finest quality, buttoned about him with bright buttons, which almost eclipsed the sun; pants of drab buckskin, finely em broidered about the pockets and bottom, were of the most tasty appearance, and an extremely fashionably cut vest, also highly embroidered. The boot-maker and furnisher had neither been forgotten, and his cravat, shirt and boots were in keepmg with the garments above descri bed. In his hand he carried a long‘-New Market” whip and cane. Of course he was the observed of all observers.—Bos ton Paper. Lord Timothy Dexter’s idea of ingrat itude is rich. “That fellow,” said he, speaking of a neighbor he had often be friended without being thanked, “is like a hog under a ttee eating acorns, which never thinks of looking up to see where they came from. SPRING FASHION -FOR HATS! JUST RECEIVED BY L. P. LEMONT & SON, PROM THE MOST CELEBRATED HAT ESTABLISHMENTS IN NEW YORK, NAMELY; FROM H'M. H. BEEBE Co.,/ G. AL FORD, / ,v. GE.Y.VLY, AMD M. BIRD, t„''»'lly'V™,'l!.';y h*T* Uld“ Atranfrement tobecon HATST«Sd « u *"h ,h* LATK»T STYLES of ,„eiu* arge avariety a* any olher establisb -LTKEWISE, aestr®* hats, IN GREAT VARIETY. TOGE THER WITH READY MADE CLOTHING! FURNISHING GOODS CAPS, UMBRELLAS, ’ Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Ooeskiaa^TaUor^s Trimming, GENTLEMENS’S CLOTHS CUT AND MADE TO ORDER AS HERETOFORE Wo. 47, Front Straet, BATH. _ tf36 Pine Apples—Cecon IVmu^ ORANGES, Lemon. , Fi*», Cnrram., Ciimu.IUiMn. Pruues Ac, for sale by a G i*AGE ' Schenk’s Pnlnsenle Syrnp, SYRUP of Lirervrort. Vegetable Pulm.ni.rv Balnm Cherry Pectoral, Hunjr.rien U.lum ofLile, the r.n um. .rtirlrr, for ule hy A G TAGE, Aprnt ftir B»fh Keuebec ui P#rtl»«4 Kailrw4. fpriai Arrangement. ON and after Monday , Mar. 19th, 1850, Pas senger trains will run on this road, in connection with the Atlantic and St Lawrence Railroad, every day, (Sundays excepted#) as follows. Leave Portland for Freeport, Brunswick and Bath at 7 A. M., and 21-4 P. M. Leave Bath for tm.uwick, Freeport, Yar mouth, and Portland at 8 A.M. and 2 1*4 P- M. At Brunswick,^tage * connect with Bowdoin bam, Richmond, Hard>ner, Hallowell and Au gusta, leaving Brunswick daily at 4 P.M., on arrival of the cars from Portland. Returning, reach Brunswick in time f«»r the 1st train, reaching Portland at 1 r. M. Through Tic kits hot men Portland and&ardintr, HaUowtil# or Jugutta 551,50. At Bath,stages connect with Wiscasset, Dam. ariscotta, Waldoboro, Thomaston, Belfast and Bangor. JAMES HALL, Supt. Brunswick, Mar. 19. 1950. tf29 FOR BOSTON DIRECT! THE ELEGANT AND FAST SAILING STEAMER 03EA.ST i ('apt. E. II. Sanford, until further notice, will leave Blackiner s wharf, Baih. for Boston, every MONDA Y sad THURSDAY E VESINGS, at 6 o'clock. RETURNING— Leave Foster's Wharf. Boston,ev ery TUESDA Y and FRIDAY EVENINGS, at seven o’clock. \XJ~ Freight taken at the usual rates. No freight will be delivered till the freiget bills are paid, and no Baggage landed from the Boat will be received inio the store-house, oraccounted for, unless given in special charge of the Agent. . . . N B.— No live Calves will be taken as freight by this Boat, FARE. Bath to Boston $1,50—Meats Extra Stages and other conveyances meet the boat to con vey passengers in any direction desired. 1 b JOHNS. ELLIOT, Ag*nt. Bath, April 11,1S50. if43 aWl'Jt&EIJ&QQSta. J. S. SEWALL, Has just received his Spr.ng assortment of Groceries, West India Goods, —AND PROVISIONS. He has on hand: Bbls Clear PORK. Half bbls do, “ Mess do, half bbls do, do, “ Mess BEEF, half do beef, for family use, I.ARD of the best quality, in bbls and Kegs, HAMS, CHEESE, BUTTER, DRIED APPLES. BEANS, FLOUR, in bbls and half bbls, A large assortment of all kindsof TEAS, COFFEE. and SUGAR, now crop MOLASSES. Sugar SYRUP. Wheat Meal and Extra Flour m bags, and every other article in the Grocery line. -ALSO A good assortment of WOODEN WARE, PAINTS and OILS, and DOMESTIC DRV GOODS, SHIP STORES, of the best quality supplied on favorable terms. April 15. Ib50. ’ 2m43 New Daguerreotype Gallery. C. T. ROGERS VffOVLD respectfully announce to the citizens of Bath ami vicinity that he has taken Booms in Union Block, Front Street, Over D. Larrabtr'i Bonnet Saloon, lor the purpose of giving the Ladies and Gentlemen an opportunity of obtaining pictures for themselves and friend* in superior style. Neatly set in Ltxrkets, Pius, Rings. Bracelets or ease*. DL>p“ Thr public are respectfully invited to call and ex amine specimens. lOIOiBTDSS D1 MI3, while under the trying circumstances of final separation no price can pun hace. N. H. Instruction given in the Art. and every thing pertaining thereto furnished, warranted the best quality, at the most reasonable prices CjP" Perfect satisfaction given or no pay. Bath. -Way 6. 1?49. 46lf PELEG W ADSWORTH, BATH, MAINE, AtiEXT/tr Ike best LIFE IXSIIKAXCE COMPAX 1ES in the United States. California Risks taken at the lowest rates. Aiso. Aiieut for the LTN- I CCLN MUTUAL FIRE IX’SI' v.WCE COMPANY, in Bath, and for eight of the other safest and cheapest Fire Insurance Companies in N England. lOffice in Cnion Block, over the Arch. | Front Street. lyil Dr. L Girardin, Formerly of Paris, WOULD inform hi* numerous pa lieu is on t lie Keiineltec, that in future he will confine himself to office practice, and he consulted dai ly, personally or by letter, at hi* residence 3 Elliot, 3d door from Washing ton St., BOSTON. Dr. L fi. i* a member of the reformed prac- | lice, and uses no mercury whatever, lie was per formed ibe greatest carer of any physician lining in the following diseases, viz : .Spine and Hip Complaints, lameness and deformity of every description, consumption, phtlisir, cancer,scrof* ula, sure leg*, fever mres, white .writing., ■Imply, dy»pep*ia, eri.iprla* , liver cumplnini,. kidney and gravel. Female weakness, eic—and all diseases which the human frame is apt to be affected with. All communications directed as above, (post paid) will be attended to immediately, medicine sent to any pail of the Country as usual. Madam L. Girardin, at the request of a number of invalids, unable to visit Boston, will visit Bath, and remain at the Sagadahock House from Tuesday evening, 23d of July till Tuurlday noon July 25th,— where she can be consulted gratis. Ladies wishing to consult one of their own sex, well qualified to treat such cases us the above, with as much success as the Dr himself, she being perfectly acquainted witlall kinds of medi cines used in his practice for the last fourteen years. Mrs. L. G. was graduated as a female Phys ician in 1824 in Paris, has been in extensive practice ever since, she is very succes ful in treating diseases incident to woman and children, her office and residence is at 2 Elli ot street, BOSTON, where all commnnica tions (post paid,) will be nttendrd to. Medi cine sent to any part of the country. April 20, 1850. 46 Ship Cambooses. /CONSTANTLY on hand an exlen sive assortment of Ship's Cainboos FL'Mijr es, ami Vessels Stoves of nil sizes, for sale by \V. WALKER A Co. Cooking and Vessel Stoves REPAIRED at short notice bv 40 WILLARD WALKER A Co. NEW BONNET ROOMS! MRS- OOtrZJ), RESPECTFULLY announces to the ladies of Bath and vicinity, that she has just opened a new Bonnet Saloon, at So. 4 Harvey's Block, on From St reel, where nhe will be happy to supply any in want, with the latest styles of French, Italian and American BONNETS, at the lowest prices. Also on hand a large and fashion able assortment of Ribbon®, Fancy Goods und Millin ery. ifl5 Painted Window' Shades. A LARGE LOT of painted Window Shades direct from the Manufacturers, lor sale ai the lowest cash prices, together with all other article* in the Curtain line, and also a large lot of Paper Hangings a* usual. SAWYER A AIAGOUX. Bath. April 18,1950. 43tf Just Received. BBLS. best Flour, Kegs of Lard, Superior quality of HAMS—somo prime N. O- Sugar.— boxes of Ratsixs—some extra qualily of Tobacco—new Mo las =es—bags ot Ground Rock Salt. Ac . Ac.; all of which will be sold cheap. J. S- SEWALL. March 20 30 Boots and Shoes OF the best custom work and latest style, constantly received from the manufacturers, and for sale by L S FISHER. Q7" Boors and Shoes made and repaired to order. Bath, May 2, 1850 . 3ra46 Fa maces OF the latest patterns, for heating Houses and Church es, constantly on hand and for sale by W. WALKER A Co. Combs! Combs! Combs! CULVER, Shell, Buffalo and common Horn-bach ^ COMBS—Side-combs, Fine Combs. Pocket-combs, Round Comb® for children, Ac., far sale by t II G MAHSTON Iron Foundry fl —AND— machine: shop, -AT— DAMARISCOTTA MILLS, ME. TIHEaubacribera hiving been iu the abo hilling*. Urea year., are no* prepared furni.h exiting, at ibort notice, and on favor bleterm*. They manufacture Windla.. Pl cha.ea,Quarter ilock*, Shelve., Havv.er, Ster Deck and Side Pipe., Belaying Pin., Chock &c., all of the late.t pattern.. FOll MILLS ! Shafting Geer.. Wing and Plate Gud| eor Iron Bucket., Rims, Creak., Boxe., elan St Arbnr., Soxe. for .Mill Stone Eye.. Hbc. I Cert, end Wagons, Doe Plow Casting a nto.t kind* of casting, for Agriculture, Ship-Building, a? Machinery. They have also purchased of the Proprie the right of the IDKIJi’S WATER WHEEI (Known by some as the Lawton Wheel for the County of Lincoln, ll is a most valu: •Mention, where the saving of water is an parttint consideration They are perfecti) aj :ed to Tide Mille, they will run equal!} w»|| w ith any given hind under as out of wa Their advantages are very great under low hi of water, as atw mills and other machinery lie driven very fast under four feH head and They are at. enclosed .is not to ffeexe in w ir and in construction they are simple, cheap durable, being made ot cast iron, and they geared with less than half the expense o.' common Tub Whet*, besides other advant too numerous to mention here. Persona who wish to improve their Mills invited to call and examine one in operati this Foundry. There are, also, font saws driven by one j Damariscotta Mill, near this Foundry. Undoubted reference will be given as t merits. LOTHROP & HIGGI? Damariscotta Mills, Jan. 81,1850. 1 NEW BOOKS! LHiJ CSr£ar<S\:rr*rtF;i3 At the New Book Store, HAS just returned from Boston with a large : mem of NEW BOOKS, Stationery of all kinds, BLANK BOOKS in rreat variety, SCHOOL BOOKS, of every descript Together with a largo assortment of FANCY CLES Paint your Roofs. BLAKE’S Patent Paint 01 Artificia I SI t sale in anv quantity by KENDALL,RICHARDSON & The value of thia article will be seen b followingcerlificateafrom gentlemen who used it and proved its indurating qualifier Mk. Ulake —Dear Sir,—I had a bu adjoining the wall ofmy atone Cotton Fa the roof of which waa covered with your proof Paint or Artificial Slate. The f took fire, and during the progress #f itsde lion, large numbers of burning shingles an ei combustible materials fell upoolhisrt covered, and I expected every moment to burst into flames, but after the factory b down I examined said roof and found it lilt covered with coals and cinders, but the fire not made the least impression upon it. thistest, therecertainly can be no doubt its fire-proofqualities. Rochester, Sept.,1848. SETH C. JOKES. American Hotel, > Broadway, New York, Oct, 4th. 1848. ) Mr. Blake—Sir:—\Ve last Spring cov ered the roof of the American, with your Fire proofPaint. \Ve now find that it has become ashard as slate, and the almost constant tread of the servants ( who use the top of the house for drying clothes) does not atTeci it in the least, and it provesall that it was recommended. tf6 TABER & BAGEEY. Ship Chandlery! 4 GENERAL assortment, constantly on hand XJLand for sale by Z. HYDE & CO., corner of Front »nd Broad Streets, Bath. Including Cordage, Manilla and Tarred, from the manufactories of Boston and Plymouth, by gang or retail. Cotton, Scotch and Russia Duck of all descriptions, Cotton and Hemp Twines* Anchors all sizes, Chains, Cables, Sheets and ties of Boston manufacture from English refined Iron, also, best proved English Chains, Bolt and Sheet Copper, Composition Spikes, Nails, with other castings of all descriptions, Parent Windlass Gear, Windlass Necks, and Capstan Spindles, Cambooees. Spikes and Nails, Naval Stoies, Paints, Oils and Glass, Nautical Instruments. Books, Charts. &c. Many of the above articles ean, on suitable notice, he delivered to the purchaser at his place of business, direct from the manufactory, free of expense to hint, and at the manufacturer’s low est price. Rath, July 2, 1847. tf2 Sea Otter Oil! For preset ring and beautifying the Hair. DOSTON, Dec. 1S38. Dr. Frederic Brown : I certify I have used the Otter Oil which is put up by you for dryness of the hair and dandruff on the head; Ido think it superior to any other oil I ever used It makes the hair soft, and irives tt a fine glossy appearance, and the hair does aot dry up again, as it does alter using any other quid of oil. Therefore I can most cordially recom mend it to all who are afflicted with a dry and unheal thy head of hair. 1 think any one by using it a short time will find it a very valuable article. Geo F. Bonnet. A G PAGE.agent for Bath N B. Beware of couuurfeili! Iv21 Bogle’s Hyperion Fluid, BOGLE'S .\mole for chiving—Bogle's Hehraiona, for removing freckles, pimples, and beautifying the skin. A. SHAW, sole Agent for Batk. Every One THAT is indebied lo the subscriber, will please con sider himself invited to call and settle without de lay E. UPTON. Wanted, as above, any quantity of old Copper. Brass. Lead. Iron. Rubber, Rags, Grassrope. Ac, »Vc.. in exchange for Ware or work, at the highest prices. Hath. May 9. 1649. 3m47 mutual Insurance Equalized. THE LINCOLN MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company. COM P< >SEI) of three separate and distinct class es of risks, or in fact Three Insurance Companies with the expense of bnt one, as they are all managed by oue board of officers, is in a flourishing condition, doing n fair business, and continue to insure different kinds of prop erty, deemed not too hazardous, against toss or damage by fire,on favorable terms, lor any length of time not exceeding four years. The fikst class of risks consists exclusively of Farm buildings, and property therein, or buildings not exposed a* others. The second class Risks are Dwelling Houses, Barns, Sac., and property iherein, in villages and cities. The THIRD CLASS consists of Stores, Mer chandize, Churches, School-houses, Building Risks, and any other property the Directors deem proper to insure in this class. No class in any case liable for loss in either of the others. Directors—Charles Davenport, Peleg Wads worth, W. V, Moses, Freeman H. Morse, J. B. Stvanton, Jr., Freeman Clark, John Hayden and Abiel Avery. Applications for insurance may be made to the Secretary at the office in Bath, or through any of our agents in other tow ns. CI1 AS. DAVENPORT, Pres’l. W. V. MOSES, Treas’r. PELEG WADSWORTH, Sec y. Baih, May 21, 1350._6,1148 Dead Shot Jor t ed Bugs. SLEEPIN PEACE! ! Anew Preparation. miJ sure Exterminator ol those noxious vermin thai disturb our nightly rest. It possesses one amUial a lr.nHig' over any ami ev erv other similar preparation, in that its poisonous par t cles remain for a long time in contact with whatever it is applied to, and is a thap hkady sbt for the des truction of any of the vermin, or their eggs, that may es cape the first destruction . . . One thorough application annihilates, and puts for ever out of the way those norious, craichng, biting, tor menting invaders of our nightly quietnde^ Try it, and you shall—SLEEP IN l EACE. Look out for counterfeit DEAD SHOT.' ! ! A sure lest of genuineness is to see that every bottle ht* on it the name of L. L Dptcheu, St. Albans, Vt. (TT* Sold for 25 cents a bottle, by Druggist* and Deal ersni Medicine generally—A CF PAGE oar Agent for Bath, who will sell at Wholesale or Retail at the pro prietor's lowest prices. 4ra48 Honslin de Laises, PRINTS*, Mohair Goods, new and beautiful styles, at the Auction Room. OWEN* Co HARDWARE! THE subscribers have a large and well se lected stock ol Hardware, Oils, Window Glass, Carpenter’s Tools, Stc., which will be sold .er, cheap. M ITCH El.L It LOW. Bath, May 23, 1850. 48 -u ii. 1 nomas. Richmond—E. Dana. AA’is ••asset—E. Dana Jr.. Duinariscotta—AV. II. Wallace Waldoboro’—tl. Robbins, Thoinaston—J. M.Oilman’ St. George—AVm. Baker.Brunswick— R T.Slocumb East Tnomaston N.K. Office \ .1. Broomfield Street’ Boston. James McAllister * ly « BUY your Medicines where you may be sure of what you get—in other words, buy at Dr. SIlAW’S. Kelly A Co’s Sarsaparilla. 4 FRESH supply of the celebrated extract of Sarsa A parilla lor sale at the City Market bv _ .4 G PAGE. Stoves ! Stoves !! nev will be refunded. June 5, 15*50 T^HE subscribers have -*■ on band and are now selling at the lowest pri ces. ST O VESof every description, some of which are heavier, better finish ed. and more perfect than k any others in use. We warrant them.and if, upon trial of thirty days,do not prove satisfactory, the mo W. WALKER A CO. 50 Chapin’s Atmospheric Churn. Patented May 9, 1848. HAS been fully tested by some ofthe most experienced Dairymen in Kennebec County, for the year past, and is now offered to Farmers, by the Proprietors as the btst Churn ever used iti Maine. Sold in Bath by 52 \V P MAKSTON. Farm For Sale. MTHE valuable Farm formerly owned by John Elwell, and situated on New Meadows and the Basin, in Phips burg, i« offered for sale, and will be dispo sed of on reasonable terms. Said Farm con tains 75 acres, has good buildings, is well wooded, and has a young and valuable or chard. For further information apply to TIMOTHY BATCHELDER. Phipsburg, Feb. 12, 1850. tf34 Notice. rpilE Copartn.ruliip oN’ALLMAN & SEW ■ ALL, Counsellors and Attorneys at law, having been dissolved, the subscriber has this day become a member of the firm of RANDALL fy BOOKER, Counsellors and Attorneys at Law. The business of the firm will hereafter he tran sacted under the name of Randall, Tallman & Booker. Ailpersons having demands against, or in debted to, the late firm of Tallman & Sewall are requested to call for settlement upon HENRY TALLMAN. Bath, May 25, 1849. tf49 \en Furniture Store! Opposite Sagadahoik Ferry, Hodgkin's Wharf. j. b. hud soy, INTENDSkeeping all kindsof useful articles in ilie furniture line, such as Bureaus, Bed steads, Feat hers, Chairs, Tables, &c. & c. Furniture Painting done in good style, inany color,and work repaired and varnished. All favorsthankfullueceivedand promptly execut ed. Bath,Nov. 2,1848. 19 BROWN'S SARSAPARILLA & TOMATO BITTERS, 'PtlE most used mid best known bitters before the pub * iic. These bitters are warranted to be a purely ve getable compound—and mark ibis,l&^tkey never do the least injury to any one whatever It has been used in the private practice ol the most successful physicians lor a long time with great success, iu purity ing the blood and in strengthening and invigorating the system li is not to be supposed that any one medicine will cure all dis eases to which the human iraine is subject nor is the article recommended as such, like most ol the quack medicines, but for effecting ihe purpose lor which it is designed, ihere is nothing that has proved itself so wor thy oft he public confidence as this celebrated compound. The whole vegetable kingdom does not furnish two substances so admirably adapted to punty, nourish and invigorate the human system. These bitters have all the effect of the powerful purgatives, w'hen used in sutfleini quantity, und yet are so mild iu their operation thai they may be given to persons in most delicate health with perfect safety. They are also very agreeable to the taste. There have been many remarkable cures in >his town, of which referenc s will be given by A. G. PAGE, only agent in Bath. N- B Bewaie of counterfeits and imitations, and not risk health to save a few cents. 1) 21 ‘BROWN’S COUGH LOZENGES: THESE lozenges are the best,safest, and most effectu al remedy now in use for colds, coughs, consumption, asthma, qumey. influenza, and all pulmonary affections, attended with tightness ol the chest, spitting of blood, pain in the side, loss of sleep, weakness Ac. The receipt has been highly approved and they are daily recommen ded by many of our most distinguished physicians, who speak of them iiutae highest terms of praise. Iy21 A. G. PAGE, agfiit for Bath. Anodyne or Poor Alan’s Plaster. PRICE cents for a largesize This plaster is re commended with the greatest confidence ; in tact ilia recommended withthatconfidenceifobtained of the propri etor and it does not give relief, the money will positive, ly be returned. For weakness or pain in the loins, back, sides, breast, limbs, neck, joints, rheumatism, lumbago Ac. There have been thousands of them sold, and not one single instance has occurred where they have not given relief. The price being very low every person can obtain it. In severe coughs, colds, asthma.and dif ficulty of breathing, worn over the lungs it will afford great relief. A. G. PAGE, agent for Bath. N. B. Beware ofcounterfeita. ij*2i F. Brown's Toothache Drops. FOR the cure of the worst toothache by its application * afew times. This is the only compound which effec tually kills the nerve of the defective tooth without the least pain or injury to the others. It is warranted not to contain the least acid or kreosote,which it so injurious to the other teeth, and so poisonous in its effects. A. G. PAGE, agent in Bath. N. B. Beware of counterfeits. Iy21 Change ! Change ! DR. A. SHAW has removed to the store formerly oc cupied by Daniel Marston -third door south of the El liot House—where he will be happy to wait upon all customers old and new, with a better stock in a niceer sl>op April. 3.1550 P A. MERRILL, F 0U.N9ELLOR AND ATTORNEY AT IAN, —BATH, MB.— I c* »n Front Street, 2d door north of the Sa gadahock Home. '■ U-will devote hie attention exclusively to the teee of hie profession. IfJN »&. T. •. 8TOOSBBXDOE Has taken Rooms at the SAOADAHOCK house. W. GILBERT, nscllor and Attorney at Law, * BATH M*. Office opposite the Elliot Bouts. Fromt Strket B. T. OTXRRIER, DentalSnrueon, —Centre St., oppoeite City Hell, Brtm Dr. J. B. N. GOULD. »VR6EO!V DENTIST ! e at hit residence, first house on Sum mer street, near Front street t«7 Dr. S. P. SHAW, URCEON DENTIST, FRONT STREET, Vtird door south of the EUiot House, ERS his services to the Citizens of Hath, and sis in his ability and experience to entitle hnn to onfidence and patronage. ?r to Klbridge Bacon, M D Dentist, 1 n^a-i.swi Dr Chas. R Coffin. Dentist, } r<m*and Albert Shaw, M. D . Hath. 7* 3 m 59 BUSK A OLABSS, DEALER IX ok*, Stationery aid Fancy Articles, >ol Books and Blank Books, of all kinds, Cheap ior Cash. ' NORTH THE ELLIOT HOUSE, FRONT ST. BATH, ME. Farm for Sale. KM situated inn pleasant part of the town 01 stport, with the fishing stand connected there farm is properly proportioned as to tillage, pa« d wood land—and th«»e is on it a fine Granite The whole or one half of the premises will be urther particulars, application may be made to s Brooks on the premises, or to the subscriber in down. MOSES RIGGS getown, May 31,1S50. 3in49 Wasted. (re. Gould’s Bonnet Rooms, threegood Milliners. *se only who are experienced in the maiiuiac* Fancy Bonnets need apply. ll'4o Bitters! Bitters!! .11 gotxl kinds, for sale by A. SHAW. Spring Style 'S nnd CAPS, for sale by »ni46 L. S. FISHER Notice. . Subscriber hereby gives notice, tn whom it may icern, that he has in his care a small lot of IRON ed from a vessel of this place in July ‘20th 1949— .vner can have the same by proving property and "charges WM. WINSLOW *, h, March ‘21,1349 For Sale. 1 JX TO 20 House lots, situated in plensnnt JL \ f partsofthecity—price,from 5»tc> $700 per lot. W M. WIN SLO W. For Sale or Etrbangr. Mi CO.NNENIKNT. modern built house i" x*X East Boston. Ma«s . in good repair, anti well situated. Rent* readily tor ?140 per \ t ar. Said house will be sold at a bargain, or exchanged for a small house in this city. Apply atthis office. Bath, March 2S, I’-uO Green Peas—New Potatoes. 4 SPA RAG US, Radishes. New Onions, Lenuce.Rhu .Y barb. Ac just received at the City .Market ! v si A (• Page. Abbott's Bitters. THE genuine article, u fresh supply just recerred by 51 A G PAGE, Agent Ibr Bmh To Let. A SMALL TENEMENT to let. Apply to CL A UK & SEWAI.L. May 22. 4Pif Cod Fiver Oil Candy. \SUPPLY of this valuable remedy for Coughs and colds, just received ut the City Jfarket bv 51 AG PAGE. LAW NOTICE. THE undersigned have this day associated themselves together for the practice of their profession, under the style of IIOVEY A SHAW, and have located themselves at the shire town pi Lin coln County, • Wise ASSET. All business entrusted to them will receive promp attention. Messrs H & ?. possess facilities for transacting busi ness throughout Lincoln and Kennebec Comities. One of iht linn will be in constant attendance a; the Courts in Lincoln EDWINS IIOVEY FREDERIC E. SHAW NViscasset, March 20, !%0. if 10. CLOTHING WETIIERBEE& LELAiVD. WHOLESALE AND HE TAIL CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, No. 47 Ann Street, BOSTON, NE H'AXD FRESH ASSORTMENT FOR 18*50! TVTE have opened our slock of Spring and Summer VT Clothing, and have given great care and attention to scleclimr our styles of Goods, adapted to the NEW ENGLAND TRADE. We are prepared to offer them to the public, adopting the old provei b, Large Sales and Small Profits! And by strict economy in our expenses, we are able to sell at prices as low as any other Clothing House in the United States. MERCHANTS AND TRADERS, who buy at wholesale, will find our assortment worth} of their attention By living our personal attention to our business and customers, we hope to insure a second call front alt who may tavor us with their paironage. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of every description. ' BOYS CLOTHING, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. CUSTOM WORK done in the neatest manner, with care and Promptne*s, Rficr the . . Orders from the country will be attended to with promptness and atteiitron Comer of Abb and Blaekstone St, Boston. NAHUM WXTHSKBEK. EMERSON LKLAND 3m45 Shawls! CASHMERE Long and Square Shawls, a beautiful assortment. Bl'k and Col’d Silk—White and colored EmbroidM Crape do —with an endless variety Satin A Printed Cashmere Shawls for Ladies and Misses. Bath. M a roll 27.1850.OWEN A CO. Notice! THE Copartnership heretofore existing under the name of ARNOLD & ROGERS, is this day dissolved by mntualcousenl, and all demands against the firm will be settled by WM. ROG ERS. AUGUSTUS ARNOLD. WILLIAM ROGERS. N. B.—All persons indebted to said concern are requested to make payment to Wat. ROG ERS, and thereby save farther trouble. Bath, Feb 16, i860 tf35 Muntz’s Genuine English Yellow Sheathing Metal. Consigned by the Manufacturer. A CASES—Viz : 1 Manufactured ai the French 16 do 16 oz. 1 Walls Works, near Birrain 24 do IS oz. I chain, England, by George 32 do 20 oz. | Frederic Muntz,the Inveu 40 do 22 oz. i torand patentee of the 48 do 24 oz. ENG LI S H Y E L L O W 40 do 26 oz. SHEATHING METAL. 40 do 28 oz. as certified by the advertise _ inentsotcompetitors in this 24UCASES. country; approved and pre forred in Great Britain and throughout Europe. For sale by FULLERTON A RAYMOND.147Milk street. Appointed Sole Agents for the sale of this metal in the United States. Iy8 New Boarding House! a a TLTRS. CLOUGH would inform her friends AfUflKw iVL and the public, that she has taken the large |'J*jW and commodious house on York St., No 21, -iUJUin known as the Oxnard house, for the purpose of a Boardinghouse, and would be pleased to accom modate with Vmrd. This establishment has lately been fitted up expressly for a boarding house, and from its ceutral position in the city, together with the extensive accommodationi it affords, the proprietor feels safe in recommending it tor comfort and convenience to the public. Permanent and transient boardars can be accommodated on the most reasonable terms. , , .v.n u The subscriber pledges herself that no pains shall be spared to give satisfaction '^abeth ceovgh. Pwtlmiirt. May S3.1S5® *’48 0FFI™ Dr. S. P. TOWNSEND’S COMPOUND EXTRACT OP SARSAPARILLA moit Wonderful Medicine or the Age’ 1,600,000 BOTTLES MANUFACTURED yearly. This Medlrlm Is pal op In Rssrl Battle* and has cured more than 100,000 Casas of Chronic Disease, within the last Ten Tears -None Is Genuine ouless signed by S. P. TOWNSEND. expose K •^.’DINOTHK FOLLOWING AFFIDAVIT i»ci».r,oell«'w1i1 '?,h' or*lm’ « rsthsr where the wcipa for msking the stuff &», csll old Dr Jtcsb £7u^,0l*h£rsTk"“i*- c“m* will be .*. 5r»^aKSSiS end is msnufactunng *t present 5,000 bottle. m/dVe We use more Sarsaparilla and Yellnw rv»w establishment each day, than all other Msnufsctureri is the world, rrmcipel Fulton-st. _ ’ READ THE AFFIDAVIT. Ctfy and County of Ntu-Ywk tt William Armstrong, of the said City, being duly •worn, doth depose and say that he is a practical “d Chemist. That some time in the latter pert or May, or first of June. 1S4S, a man by the nama of Jacob Townsend, who at that time was a book and pamphlet peddler, called upon deponent, at the house of Mr. Thompson, No. Hudson-street, where depo nent boarded, and requested deponent to write him e recipe by which to make a Syrup of Sarsaparilla. Deponent further says, that he became acquainted with said Townsend at the office of Theodore Foster, F.sq., Book Pnbhsher, with whom said Townsend dealt That said Townsend had had frequent convert* tiona with deponent respecting the manniacture of an article of Sarsaparilla to he sold under the name of Dr. Jacob Townsend. That said Townsend stated he was an old man, and poor, and was not fit for hard labor-and wished to make some money, in order to live easy in his old days, and that, if Sarsaparilla under the name of Tow* send sold so well, and so much monev was made by It, he could see no reason why he might not make something out of it too. (his name being Townsend.) if he could get a capable won to prepare a recipe, and manufacture it for him.^^)eponent in one of the conversations asked said Townsend if he was related to Dr 8. P Townsend, to which he replied, that h. knew Dr S. P. Townsend would be down on him after he should commence. But that he did not care for him, aa he had formed a co-partnership with men who could furnish the requisite amount of capital -and «u well prepared to dt »nd himself against any attack that might be made < him. Deponent further ays, that pursuant to the request of said Jacob Townsend, he wrote a recipe for the manufacture of a Syrup of Sarsaparilla, and gave it to him. Saul Townsend observed that he wanted to make a sjiecimen to exhibit to his partners for their approval, as he wished to gratify them in every things as they furnished all the capital -said Townsend also told deponent that the bottles they w ere to use were to be of the same size and shape as Dr S. P. Town sends. and deinment at the request of said Jacob Tow nsend, went to the office of Dr S P. Tow nsend, and procured one of his labels. And deponent further says, that he has been inform ed. and verily believes the’ Syrup of Sarsaparilla, sold as Old Jacob Townsend’s, is made after the recipe fur nished by deponent, to Jacob Townsend, as aforesaid. And further deponent saith not WILLIAM ARMSTRONG. Sworn to before me, this 24th day of Mav. 1S49. C. A WOODHULL Mayor of the City of New York PROOF!! PROOF!!! Here i« proof cunrliuiive that Dr S P. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is the original. The following is liota ■ome of the most respectable papers in this Blato FROM THR Albany Evening Journal. Dr. Townsend’s Sarsaparilla. There probably never has been so popular* remedy, or patent medicine, as l)r Townscads'a Sarsaparilla, which was originally and continues to be manufac tured in this city. at first by the Doctor himself, and aftt-i wards for several years and to the present time, by Clapp & Townsend, the present proprietors Since the partnership was formed, the Doctor has resided in New York, whero he keeps a store, and attends to the business that accumulate* at that point. The ntann. factory is in this city, and is conducted hr the jnniot partner, Mr. < lapp—here all the medicine'ii manufac tured. Few of our citizens have any idea of the amount of tin* medicine that is manufactured and sold. Besides the sales in this country, it is shipp'd to the < anadas. West India Islands. South America, and even to Eu rope, in considerable quantities. At the manufactory they employ a steam engine, besides a large number of men. women ami girls in the preparation of th» medicine, making boxes, printing, i.c . and turn out, ready for shipment, over 400 dozen per day. or neailv 5000 bottles. This is an enormous quantity The great sale the medicine has acquired, has ir> duced a number of men to get up imitations, ami there is at the present time, other medicines for sale, that are called " Dr. T<»wnsend’s Sarsaparilla." One in par ticular started a short time ago in New York is called “Old Doctor Jacob Townsend's Mar* apart lie,” aad ap parently with a view, by dint of advertising, and the usual remedies resorted to in such efforts, to apprvpri ate the name of Dr. S r Townsend's great remedy, and thus gain all the advantages resulting from the popularity of the name which he has acquired for it. by y ears of parent and expensire labors Dr 5 P Townsend, formerly of this city, as is well known here, is the inventor and original proprietor of the medicine known as “Dr Townsend’s Sarsaparilla,"’ and w e think those persons who are attempting to sell their Article as the genuine, should be exposed. FROM THE Xevr York Daily Tribune. CC?“ We published an advertisement inadvertently some time since that did injustice to Dr. S. P. Town send, w ho is the oiiginal proprietor of the prepara'.ion of Sarsaparilla known as Dr Townsend's. Other parties have within the past lew months engaged or connected themselves with a man by the name of Tow ntend w ho put up a medicine and calls it >y the same name This medicine was advertised in The Tribune a* the original. 3cc This advertisement aU# contained matter derogatory to the character of Dr. S P Townsend and that of his medicine. We regret it appeared, and in justice to the Dr. make this ex plsutjvn FROM THE Xc-rr York Dally San. Dr. 1 owxsr.Mrs exlraoidinaiy «dv emsentent,which occupies an entire page of the $vx, wtil not escap* notice. l)r. $ P, Towiwend. who is the oiiginal pto pnetnr of Dr Tow nsend’§ baitupaulla. anu whose oi kce is next d.x>r to out s, w here he has been for sever al years, is driving i»n immense business. He receives bo less than four bundled dozen ol Sarsapui ilia pn A*y and e\ eu this enormous quantity does not supply the demand No medicine ever gamed so great a popularity as his preparation oJ the Sawapanllft. Hit edition of Almanacs lor 1WJ cost V-’TOtK), and 1*a has paid the New York Si s for advertising. m the last four years. oTer $10,000, and he acknowledges th»t it is the cheaj*est advci Using he has had done. This medicine is exported to the Canadas, West In dies. South America and Europe, in considerable quautUMs. and is coming into general use in those coonrz.es, as well as here. Swindlers. Druggists and others that sell Sarsaparilla for the genuine and original Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla, tuat is uot signed by 5» i\ Townsend, commits n fraud, and swindles the 'customers. Men that would be guilty of such an act would commit any other fra ml —and no Druggist i f cow*uj*h» intelligence but knows that outs rs the only genuine. out Jacob Towns* ml. Some people w ho are not well informed, and have not rend the papers, and not seen our adv ertrsements, have been led to suppose, that bevunse these men ad vertise their stuff as “CM Jacob Townsends,” that it must, of course, be the original It is less than on» year since they commenced to make their mediciBe Ours has been in the market over ten years 1 h” Old .Jacob Townsend They are endeavoring to palm off on the public as an old Physician, flic lie is not a regular educated 1 hysician. and never attempted to manufacture a merf. tome, until these men hired him for the use of bfe name They say they do not wish the people to be. **ch|their Sarsaparilla is ours, or the same—but the belter to deceive the public, they at the same tins assert that thcir’s is the Old Dr Townsend s, and the original ; and endeavor to make the people believe that the stuff they manufacture, is the Ur. Tow usend'a Sarsaparilla, that has performed so many wonderful cures for the past ten years, and which has gained a reputation which no other medicine ever enjoyed— which is a base, villainous, unprincipled falsehood, we have commenced suits against these men for damages We wish it to be understood, that the old man is no relation to Ur. Townsend whatever. In their ad. vertisements and circulars, they publish a number of gross laisehoods respecting Dr.’Townsend, w hich we will not notice. Fnlne Reports. Our opponents have published in the papers that Dr 8 P Tow nsend was dead. This they send to their agents about the country, who report that we have given up business, Ac. Ac. The public should be on their guard, and not be deceived by these unprinci pled men. Xotice of Re moral.—Alter the first of September. 1S49. Ur. S. P. Townsend's New York Office will be in the South Baptist Church, No 82 Nassau street, which is now undergoing a thorough change, and will be fitted for the better accommodation of the pro prietors and the public. Take particular Xotice.—No Sarsaparilla » the f;enuine and original Dr. Tow nsend's Sarsaparilla, un css signed by S. P. Tow nsend Ac cuts.—Redding A Co., No. 9 State-street, end Mrs. E. Kidder, No 100 Court-street Boston; Samuel Kidder, Jr, Lowell; Henry Pratt Salem ; James B. Green, Worcester; Allison A Gault, Concord; J Raich A Son, Providence ; and by Druggists and Mer chants generally throughout the United States, Weft Indies and the Canadas A. G, Page, i* my only authorized Agent for BATH ; John R. Haley, Brnnawick ; G. H. Thomas, Rich mond ; W. H. Barnard, Waldoboro. ?team Refined Candies, House Lots, flic. For Sale, and Stores to Let. MTil AT well known and desirable lot of land situated on Washington Street, between the dwelling house of \v. V. k O. Mo«k* and the Bats Hotel, will be sold altogether, or in smaller lots, to suit purchasers. ALSO—The remaining Slock of an Apothecary and Druggist. , Also—To Let, two brick stores, on the aouth Broad Si, next door east of the atore of Field A naea, and opposite that of Z. Hyde k Co., oho the celler.onder the same. Apply to CHARLES DAVENPORT, } Auttaru JOHN DEERI.VG, > ° Bath. April P, 1830 V"