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The Founlnin. BY RICHARD WILLIS. Beep within a quiet Yallev, Burst a fountain forth to light, Burst and sprang instinctive upward, For its source was on the height, lint its bright and eager waters, lleft not far their crystal track, Bond, invisible detain them. And they fall exhausted back. On that fountain's mossy margin, Still, at eve, I sat reclin'd, I.isten'd to the fountain's music. Wish’d its chains I might unbind ! Thought, though hands unseen extending Still draw back its silver rain. Airy arms would soon receive it— Soon as cloud, ’twould mount again. In my bosom's quiet Talley, Burst’s the fountain of life its sod, Hursts, and strives instinctive upward, For its lofty source is God; But that striving spirit fountain Gains not far its upward track, Bonds invisible detain it,— Oft it sinks exhausted back ! On that fountain’s crystal margin, Sits a spirit still reclin'd, Radiant now with silver pinion, But a soul from earth refin'd ! Still that gentle spirit watches, Waits till mine shall rend its chain, While its pinions, half unfolding, I.urcs me still the height to gain ! The Prayer of the Betrothed. Father, I come before Thy throne, With low and bended knee. To thank Thee, with a grateful tone, For all Thy love to me. Forgive me, if my heart this hour I give not all to Thee, For deep affection’s mighty power Divides it now with Thee. Thou knowest, Father, every thought That wak'st within my breast, And how this heart has vainly sought To keep its love suppress’d. Yet when the idol worship’d one, Sits fondly by my side, And breathes the vow I cannot 6hun, To me, his destined bride— Forgive me, if the loving kiss He leaves upon my brow, Is thought of in an hour like this, And thrills me even now. He’s chosen me to be his loro And comforter through life; Enable me, oh God ! to prove A loving, faithful wife. He knows not, Father, all the deep Affections I control— The thousand loving thoughts that sweep Resistless o’er my soul, He knows not that each fount of love That gushes warm and free ; Nor can lie ever, ever prove My warm idolatry. Then guard him, Father—round his way Thy choicest blessings cast, And render each successive day Still happier than the last. Anil, Father, grant us so to live, That when this life is o’er, Within the happy home you give We’ll meet to part no more. From the Portland Transcript. THE WIND, BY EYORA. The W ind—*iis but a lightsome thing to see AY hen it stirs the grass, or the slender tree ; When it gently moves the leaves of the vine, Or plays on thy brow, in the gay sunshine. Ihan the zephyr note, no lovelier sound Amid the music of earth can be found. And thus these whispering breezes given, Seem like the breath of some kindly heaven. Like a giant strong, or a child at play, It whirlcth along, on its unseen way ; Man hath bent all to its conquering will, But the wind is free, and fetterless still. It howleth the same, in anger to thee, And laugheth, as wild as ever, in glee, And thus the music of the wind to me Is full of Nature's sweetest harmony. But ah ! the breath that swept along but now, To cool the fever-scorched and burning brow, That danced amid those curls of golded hair, Brighter for the sunbeams resting there, That kissed thy cheek, with such a gentle sigh, You might have thought some lov’d one hov’ ring nigh. That peaceful breath, a mighty gale may be, To lash the mountain waves the foaming sea. And there perchance, the wrathful tempest breath, May chant our loved one’s dirge of death, lhen just as. wild, twill laugh above the grave Whose stormy ocean’s surges o’er them rave. Then give me ever the soft summer breeze, That scarcely lifts the vine, or bends the trees, And ye who love, may list the. gullen roar Of the wind, as it sweeps from shore to shore. VARIETY. Remarkable Sagacity or a Dog. Some years since, in the town of New Boston, N. H., there was in a family a woman who was insane, a confirmed ma nia*~ A partition was made ly upright slabs secured in the floor of the room, which was the common living room of t e family, and a piece of timber overhead. Here she was constantly confined. A shower coming up, all the members of the iam.ly women as well as men, went out tnto a field adjoin,ng the house to assist in raking and getting in hay. A window was left open the dog was in the hnuse ? be,.eve a full, or cross of the shepherd’s dog. The family had been baiting, Rn(] thrown a large quantity of coals from the oven into the large fire place. The peo ple in the field heard tie dog barking and howling, and saw him jumping up to the window in such apparent distress and want of assistance, that they concluded something was wrong at the house.— They accordingly dispatched one of their number to see what the trouble was with their dog. The person came up, and looking in at the window, witnessed the dwg’s operation. The mod woman had got out of her pen and thrown coals about the room. The dog would get liolu of the woman and pull her away from the fireplace; ho would then brush the coals with his paws, and put out the blaze on the floor; while he was doing this the woman would get to the fire place and scatter out the coals again. Again lie would pull her away, and then go to work to brush up the coals and put the tire out. But finding he had more work to accomplish than he could perform, the fire catching in so many pla ces, he gave notice at the window, and called for assistance. The person enter ed Uie house, secured the woman, swept up the coals, put out the tire, and returned to haying. Now, instinct would have taught the dog to make his escape from a burning building; but being conscious that this woman was crazy—knowing that she would burn the house—and finding that he could not manage the affair, but learn ing that the sane persons could—calling lor their assistance, and giving them no tice of the danger, seems very much like what the wise persons call reasoning, or would seem like it if it had been done by a human being. Premature Education. That the Education of Children should not be forced, like lettuce in hot houses, is becoming a popular idea. The more haste, in such business, the less speed.—■ We find the following opinions of learn1 ed authorities on this important sub ject :— Of ten infants destined (or different vo cations, I should prefer that the one who is to study through life, should be the least learned at the age of twelve.—Tis sot. Intellectual effort in the first years of life is very injurious. All labor of mind which is required of children before the seventh year, is in opposition to the laws of nature, and will prove injurious to the organization and prevent its proper and mature developement,—Ilufeland. Experience demonstrates that of any number of children of equal intellectual powers, those that receive no particular care in infancy, and who do not begin to read and write until the constructions be gin to be consolidated, but who enjoy the benefit of a good physical education, very soon surpass in mental development. My Mother never Lies. A few ladies had met at the house of a friend in the city of St. Louis, for an eve ning visit, when the following scene and conversation occurred. The child of one of the ladies, about five years old, was guilty of rude and noisy conduct. “Sarah, you must not do so.” The child soon forgot the reproof, and became as noisy as ever. The mother firmly said : “Sarah, if you do.so again I will pun ish you.” But not long after, Sarah did so again. When the company were about to sepa rate, the mother stepped into a neighbor’s house, intending to return for her child. During her absence the thought of going home recalled to the mind of Sarah the punishment which her mother told her she might expect. The recollection turn ed her rudeness into sorrow. A young lady present observing it, and learning the cause, in order to pacify her sorrow, said— ‘ Never mind, I will ask your mother not to whip you.” “Oh,” said Sarah,“that will do no good, my mother never tells a lie.” The writer, who communicated the a bove to the St. Louis Observer, says : “I learned a lesson from the reply of that child which I shall never forget. It is worth everything in the training of a child, to make it feel its mother never tells lies.” A Woman or a Thousand. A correspondent of the N. Y. Com mercial instances a remarkable display of genuine patriotism by the wife of a gen tleman who at one lime kept a restaurant in this city. “If you would wish to see a sight, worth seeing, go and take your lunch at ‘‘Goslin's American and French Restau rant,” 17 Nassau street. You will there find behind the lunch table, vvaitingon the cuests with modest dignity and cheerful assiduity, a specimen ol perfect health and cheerfulness, and younger in appear ance than the vast majority of women at forty. This is the wife of the host—the mother of twenty-four children—the old est of whom is ihirty-nvo, the youngest two years old, thirteen of whom, with ten grand-children are still living; she rises every morning at five, and does the mar keting for this great establishment; and during several of the busiest hours of the I day, sees that the guests are properly waited on and attended loo. She confes ses to forty-eight years, but without the confession she would not be deemed guil ty of forty. Had she lived in the days of j ancient Koine, she would have been enti ; tied to, and would receive the honors oi 1 the Republic, and certainly it cannot be \ misplaced to bestow this brief notice on ( one, who has contributed so many citi j zens to her country, and whose good con : duct in her daily walk, in life, modest de i meanor, and cheerful efforts to aid the i partner of her lot present so useful an ex , ample for imitation. SrmiT* of Turtentise a Cure for 1 Poisow.—If any person should be stung ; by a bee or other insect, rub some spirits I of turpentine on the place and the pain arising from the bite of a copper-head i snake may be arrested in a few minutes, by the continued application of this arti cle, and from my own knowledge of its , effects in other cases, 1 have not the least : doubt cf it. The effect of ali poison is I to contract the blood vessels ami prevent | a free circulation; the natural conse quence is pain and indamation immedi ately. Spirits of turpentine, by their i penetrating and expanding qualities, soon I overcome the difficulty.—Farmer’s Cab ■ inti. ! __ Fine connections are apt to plunge you into a sea of extravagance, and then not throw you a rope to save you from drown ing. A Rat Story. The following dodge is said by the Ger : mau,r'Wn Telegraph, tn have been enact I kui,n c'^ Philadephia, as the play a r it aVf * w'lb unbounded success.’ .h»lf dandy, half loafer,entered an °i Sler sa gave his order for plate of raw. Wh.le swallowing the bivalves, a huge rat came rushing over the counter. The oyster eater snd the oyster seller started at the sight, and the latter made a rush for the "critter,” followed by several of the hangers on about the saloon, but the rat succeeded in making his escape through ihe back door. The party had scatcely returned, and the castomer"swal lowed his last oyster, when another rat appeared. The result in this case was similar to the former one, and the landlord and his friends relumed to discover that his customer had disappeared, after bor rowing from tile till its contents, amount ing to about fifteen dollars. The rogue had an accomplice outside who had let the rats in at the window. Shrewd trick, and worthy the reputation of a “Philadel phia lawyer.” Taking the Census. We almost envy the Deputy Marshals their fun in the “arduous and intricate ! business they are engaged in.” Only | fancy a rubieond visaged old gentleman, ' with a pair of green spectacles placed low down upon Iiis nose to enable him to behold the naked truth at times, (for the law is nervous about admitting evi dence acquired through the influence of glasses,) coming to the door of an Irish shanty. Mrs. Murphy is at home with the r.ew born babe in her arms and about half a dozen of the “rising gineration” about the floor. The marshal assuming an official air of importance, opens his book, points his finger to the virgin page, and looking up, asks the question— “What is your name?” “Why, thin,what is thatto you, now !” “My good woman “Arrah, don’t give us any of your blar ney. I’m no more a good woman than your mother was.” “Madam—I want to know the extent of your family—I’m the one who takes the census.” “Oh, you bloody old thief! Is is want ing to carry away our senses ye are ? Bad luck to me, but I was sure ye was some sort of a necromancer,sure enough !” “My dear madam “Out, you old schemer! Jemmy, let Tiger loose, there, and bring me the pic axe, quick !” Exit Marshal, in a hurry. The Judge. At a hotel where I stop there are a number of professional men, anJ sev eral judges. A few evenings since, three of the latter happened to meet to' getheron the piazza, and the customary salututions took place : “How do you do, Judge ?” 5rc. This introduced one of them, who was evidently a wag, originally from Maine, but now in good authority in New York, to relate an anecdote at the expense of the coterie of three. “When 1 was traveling in Massachu setts some twenty years ago, (said he) I had a seat with the driver, who, on stop ping at a post-office, saluted an ill-looking fellow on the steps with— % “Good morning, Judge Sanders, I hope you arc well sir ?” After leaving the office, I asked the dri ver if the man he spoke to was really a judge? Certainly, sir, he replied. We had a cock-fight last week, and he was made a juJge on ffiat occasion. Boston Post. Kennebec and Portland Railroad. Spring Arrangement. N and after M >n lay , Mar. 18th, 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 (or Freeport, Brunswick and Rath at 7 A. M., and 2 1-4 P. M . Leave Rath for tr«n«wick, Freeport, Yar mouth, and Portland ;«l8 A.M.and 2 1-4 P- M. At Brunswick,-<tage i connect with Bowdoin ham, Richmond, Gardiner, Hallowed and Au gusta, leeving Brunswick daily at 4 P. M., on arrival of the cars from Portland. Returning, reach Brunswick in time for the 1st train, reaching Portland at 1 i*. M. /hmn"h Tickttt between Portland andir ardiner, // illowelt, or Augusta §1,50. At Bath,stages connect with \Viscasset. Dam ariscotta, Waldoboro, Tliomaston, Belfast and Bangor. FOR BOSTON DIRECT! MMES HALL, Snpl. Brunswick , Mnr. 18, 1850. 11'29 THE ELEGANT AND FAST SAILING STEAMER OCEAN! Capt. E. II. Sanford, until further notice, will leave lilackmer's wharf. Baih. for Boston, every MONDAY and THURSDAY E YE SINGS, at «» o'clock. RETURNING—Leave Foster's Wharf. Boston, ev ery TtfESDA Y and FRIDAY EVENINGS, at seven Freight taken at the nsual rates. No freight will be delivered till the frriget bills are paid, and no Baggage landed from the lloat will be received into the store-house, or accounted lor, unless given in special charge of the Agent. N B.—No live Calves will he taken as freight by this Boat, FARE. Bath to Boston $1,50—Meals Extra Stages and other conveyances meet the boat to con vey passengers in any direction desired. JOHN S. ELLIOT. Agent. Bath, April 11,1360. tl'43 Ship Cambooses. CONSTANTLY on hand an exten sive assortment of Ship's fanibeo# es. and Vessels Stoves of all sizes, for ■aie bv W. WALKER Ac Co. Cooking and Vessel stoves REPAIRKD al short notice by 40 VVU.I.ARD WAI.KKRA. Co. NEW BONNET ROOMS! MRS- GOULD, RKSPKCTFULLY announce* to the ladies of Bath ami vicinity, that she has just opened a new Bonnet Saloon, at No.*4 Harvey** Bh*ck,on Front Street, where she will he happy to supply any iu want, with the latest styles of Frencli, Italian and American BONNETS, al the lowest prices. Also on hand a large and fashion able assortment ot Ribbons, Fancy Goods and Millin ery. Just Received. BHI.S. best Flour, Kegs of Lard, Superior quality of HAMS—some prime N. O. Sugar.—boxes of Raisins—some extra quality of Tobacco—new Mo lasses—hugs of Ground Rock Salt. Ac . Ace.; all 01 which will be sold cheap. J SEW ALL. March *20. ™ Boots anil Sliocs OF the best custom work and latest style, constantly received from the manufacturers, and for sale by I, S. FISI1 HR. fv'7'* Boots and Shoe* made and repa;red to order. Bath, May *2, 1-50. 3ui4G Furnaces OF the latest patterns, for heating House* and Church es. constantly on hand and for sale by XV. WALKER A Co. Combs ! Comb* ! Comb* ! SILVER, Shell, Buffalo and cointnou Horn-hack „ COMRS—Side-comb*. Fine Comb*. Pocket-coiuh*, Round Combs for children, ice., lor sale by 4tf v T. II. G. MARSTON. Parasols ! \GOOD alwrlmcnt now opening at the Auction Store by 2 OWEN A: CO. Bath, June 26, 1850. JOW opening Blk Silk I.acc very cheap by S June 26. 1850. 2 OWEN & CO. Clocks! Clocks!! 81»AY Oolhic ( lurks, with mxl without alarm. ; 3U hour (iothir nml plain rases. with sntl without alarms i • Hrst rate Hssortmrnt just received him! for sale cheap bv 1 T. H. O. MARSTON. Independent Horse Rake. THIS Rake i* fitted to the hind wheel* of a single horse Wagon, and tended by a man or boy, who can Ride and Rake, and manage the Horte with ease and certainty. It is equally appropriate to rough and smooth land. This Rake is for sale in thia city Hy W. I*. MaRSTON. June 20, 1650. 1 Iron Foundry —AND— M VUH Y i: SHOP, BmRlSCOTTifMILLS, ME. TMliE subscribers having been in the ubove business* three years, arc now prepared to furnish castings at short notice, and oil favora ble term*. Tliev in mufacture Windlass Pur chases, Uiarter blocks, .S'heivcs, Hawser, Stern, Deck and Side Pipes, Delaying Pins, Chocks, &c., all of the latest patterns. FOR MILLS ! Shafting Gears. Wing and Plate Gudgeons, Iron Buckets, Rims, Cranks, Boxes, also Saw Arbars, fluxes for Mill Stone Eyes. llbca lor Carls and Wagons, Doe Plow Casting and most kinds of castings for Agriculture, Ship-Building, and Machinery. They have also purchased of llie Proprietor ADKIN S WATER WHEEL, (Known by some as the Lawton If heel) lor the County of Lincoln. It is a most valuable event ion, where the saving of water is an im portant consideration. They are perfectly ad aj led to Tide Mills, is they will run equally as i» *11 with any given head under ns out ol water, Their advantages are very great under low heads of water, as nw mills and other machinery may be driven very fast under lour feej bead and fall. They arc so enclosed as not to ffeeie in winter, and in construction they are simple, cheap and* durable, being made ol cast iron, and they are geared with less than half the expense of the common 'Pub Wheel, besides oilier advantages too numerous to mention here. Persons who wish to improve their Mills, arc invited to call and examine one in operation at this Foundry. There are, also, foul saws driven by one at the Dainariscotta Mill, near this Foundry. Undoubted reference will be given as to its merits. LQTIIROP & HIGGINS. Dainariscotta Mills, Jan. 31,1850. Iy32 NEW BOOKS'. rgart^^vTrt rr^TRj At llic New Book Store, HAS just returned from Boston with a large assort ment of NEW BOOKS, Stationery of all kinds, BLANK BOOKS, in great variety, SCHOOL BOOKS, of every description, Together with a large assortment of FAXC V -4R TI CLSS• 4.3 Paint your Hoofs. BLAKE’S Patent Paint ot ArlificiaISIate,for sale in an v quantity by KENDALL, RICHARDSON&Co. The value of this article will be seen by the followingcertificatesfrom gentlemen who have used it and proved its indurating qualities. Mr. Bla ke — Dear Sir,—1 had a building adjoining the wall of tny stone Cotton Factory, therool of which was covered with your Fire proof Paint or Artificial Slate. The factory took fire, and duringthe progress of its destruc tion, large nu tubers of burning shingles and oth ei combustible materials fell upon t his roof,so covered, and I expected every moment to see it burst into flames, but after the factory burned down I examinedsaid roofand found it literally covered with coals and cinders, but the fire had not made the least impression upon it. After thistest, therecerlainly can be no doubt asto its fire-proof qualities. Rochester, Sept..1848. SETII C. JONES. American Hotel, ) Broadway, New Yofk, Oct, 4tli, 1848. ) Mr. Blake—Sir: — We last Spring cov ered the roof oftlie \inerican, with your Fire proofPaint. We now find that it has become ashard as slate, and the almost constant tread of the set van ts (who use the top of the lion sc for drying clothes) does not affect it in the least, and it proves a II that it was recommended. iffi TABER & PAG LEY. Ship Chandlery! VGENERAL assortment, constantly on hand and for sale by Z H Y DE & CO., corner of Front and 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 descript ions, 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, Patent Windlass Gear, Windlass Necks, and Capstan Spindles, Cambooses, Spikes and Nails, Naval Stoies, Paints, Oils and Glass, Nautical Instruments. Books, Charts. &c. Manv of the above articles can, on suitable notice, he delivered to the purchaser at his place of business, direct from the manufactory,free of expense to him, and at the manufacturer’s low* est price. Bath, July 2, 1847. _if2 Sea Offer Oil 2 For preset ring and beautifying the Hair. ROSTON . Dec. tSks. Dr. Frederic Brown : I certify *^thai I have used the Oiler Oil which is pul up by you for dryness of i lie hair and dandruff on the head ; I do think it superior to any other oil I ever used. It makes the hair soft, and gives it a fine glossy appearance, and the hair does ant dry up again,as itdoesafiet using any other kind of oil. Therefore 1 ran most cord >om mend it to all who are aillicted with a dry ami Unheal thy head ofhair. I think any one by using i; a short lime will find it a very valuablearticle. Geo F. Bonnet. A.G PAGE, agent for Bath NIL Beware of counterfeits! Iy2f Bogle’s Hyperion Fluid, BOftLK'S A mole f>»r sh tviug—Bogle’s tlchraiona. for removing freckles, pimples, and beautifying the skin. A. 811 AW, sole A^ent for Bntk. Every One THAT is indebted to the subscriber, will please con sider himself iuvitud to call and settle without de lay. E. UPTON. Wanted, as above, auv quantity of old Copper. Brass. Lead, Iron. Rubber, (tags, Orassrope, Acc, Ac., in exchange l'«*r Ware or work, ai ihe highest prices. Bath, Mar 9, 1610. 3m47 Mutual Insurance Equalized. THE LINCOLN MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company. COMPOSED of three separate and distinct class es of risks, or in fact Three Insurance Companies with the expense of but one, as they arc all managed by one board of officers, is in a nourishing condition, doing a fair business, and continue to insure different kinds of prop erty, deemed not too hazardous, against loss or damage by fire,on favorable terms,for any length of time not exceeding four years. The first class of risks consists exclusively of Farm buildings, and property therein, or buildings not exposed as at hers. The second class Risks are Dwelling Houses, Barns, &c., and property therein, 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 lor loss in either of the others. Directors—Charles Davenport, Peleg Wads worth, W. V, Moses, Freeman II. Morse, J. II. Swantun, Jr., Freeman Clark, John Hayden and .AbieI Avery. Applications for insuiance may be made to the Secretary at the office in Bath, or through any of our agents in other towns. CHAS. DAVENPORT, Pres’t. W. V. MOSES, Treas’r. PELEG WADSWORTH, Sec*y. Bath, May 21,1850. 6«»48 Dead Shot for Bed Bugs. SliEEPII PEACE ! ! \NKW Preparation.and sure Exterminator of those noxious vermin that disturb our nightly rest. It possesses one essential advantage over any and ev ery other similar preparation, in that its poisonous par t cles remain fora long time in contact with whatever it is applied to. and is a trap RK\dy skt lor the des truction of any of the vermin, or their eggs, that may es cape I he first destruction. Okk thorough application annihilates, and puts tor cver out of the way those noxious, crawling, biting, tor menting invaders of our nightly quietude_ Try it, and you shall—SLEEP IN PEACE. Look out for counterfeit DEAD SH (J T ! / / A sure test of genuineness is to see that every bottle has on it the name of L. I. Dutches, St. Albans, Vt. [>/** Sold for *2.5 cents a bottle, hv Druggists and Deal ersin Medicine generally—-A Gr PAGE our Agent for Bath, who will sell ai H’holesale or Retail at the pro prietor’s lowest prices. 4w4S Mouslin de Laiucs, PRINTS. Mohair Goods, new and beautiful styles, at the Auction Room. OWEN li Co HARDWARE ! fMllIE subscribers have a large and well se M. lected stock ol Hardware, Oils, Window Glass* Carpenter’s Tools, &c., which will be sold very cheap. MI TCHELL & LOW. Bath, May 23, 1850. 48 Ilatch House, JOHN BEALS, FORMERLY of the Elm House,in this city* grateful lor tlie many favors which he has heretofore received, respectfully informs his friends and the traveling public generally * that lie has removed to the spacious establishment known as .lie “HATCH HOUSE” on Center Street, next the City Hull, where he will ever be squally happy to greet his old friends or to make .he acquaintance of new ones. The honseiias been put in the most perfect or iler, the rooms are pleasant and well ventillated, mid throughout it has been furniehed with new and elegant furniture, rendering it one of the most desirable stoppingplaces upon the Kennebec fli er. Stages and other carriages call at the house to receive and toleave passengers, and to take them to and from the boats. Ri eakfast and tea served tip to accommodate steamboat passengers. His table will always be supplied with the best the market affords, and r.o effort on his part will be spared to secure the comfortof his patrons. Ocj-Charges reasonable..^} Bath, July 6. 1848. tf2 To Let. A DWELLING HOUSE, adaptedto the accommodation of one, or two fam ilies, and pleasantly situated on High, near South street. Apply to Z. HYDE. Bath, Dec. 12. 1S49. 3w27. To Let. A FRONT Room over the storo of T. H. G. Mars ton, suitable for an Office. For terms apply to JOHN TUCKER. Dec 5, 1849. t f24. F, BROWN’S WORM LOZENGES, ARE the most valuable and certain medicine everdis" covered for destroying ami expelling all kinds of worms which so frequently trouble children. They art a most excellent remedy and are as pleasant to the taste as any common rpnfectionery. They differ from all other worm lozenges as they have no mercury in them. Thousands of boxes have been sold within the last lew months A. G. PAGE, agent for Bath. N. II. Bcwareofeountcrfeits ly~l Lilt PVT SALE OF Carpetings, Rags, Hats, &c. SMITH & ROBINSON. 90 A 94 Middle Street, Portland. INTENDING to remodel their Carpet Rooms and Chambers, will sell their sto stork at auction, in lots to suit purchasers,commencing on Tuesday, Fcl*. 5th, at IO o’clock, and continue uutilall nre sold, rather than store the same during the improvements. Previous to that time, GREAT BARGAINS can be had by railing at their Dry Goods, Carpet, HIatress. Fea ther and IPII9ESTERV WAREHOUSE. tl\»!> A Paper Hangings. LARGE assortment now op, uing and for sale by S A AN' YI *. It St .M A G O t N. tl'V your Medicines wherey«»n may be sure ot what f you get—in other words, buy at Du.SIlANN 5*. Kelly A Co’s Sarsaparilla. FRESH supply of the celenrated extract of Sarsa L parillu lor sale at the City Market by A G "AGE. Stoves ! Stoves !! uey will be refunded. June 5, leoO rpiirc subscribers have on hand and are now selling at I lie lowb*t pri cks, S T O V K S of every description, some«»t"which are heavier, better finish ed. and more perfect than any others in use. We warrant them, and if. upon irtul of thirty duys.do not prove salisfaetorv. the inc W. \YAWvi;U A. CO. 50 Chapin's Atmospheric Churn. Patented May 9, 1848. HAS been fully tested by some of i he most experienced ! Dairymen in Kennebec County, for the year past, and is now ottered to Farmers, by the Proprietors as the best Churn ever used in Maine. Sold in Hath by 5-2 XV P MARSTON. Notice. 'IlllF. Copartner.hipolTALI.MAN & SEW ■ A LL, Counsellors and Attorneys at law, having been dissolved, the subscriber has this day become a member of the firm of RANDALL . <$* HOOKF.K, Counsellors and Attorneys at Law. J The business of the firm will hereafter be trail- j sacled under the name of Randall, Tullman & I Booker. Allpersons having demands against, or in- j debted to, the late firm of Tallman 5c Sewall j are requested to call for settlement upon HENRY TALLMAN. Bath, May 23, 1849. . tf49 --- — | New Furniture Store! Opposite Sagndnhoik Ferry, Hodgkin's Wharf. J. li. HUDSON, INTEN DSkeepingall kind, of nsefu I articles in the furniture line, such as Bureaus, Bed steads, Feathers,Chairs,Tables, &c. &c. furniture Painting doneingood style, inany color,and work repaired and varnished. All ravorsthankfulljreceivedand promptly execut- I ed. Bath,Nov. 2,1848. 19 BROWN'S SARSAPARILLA & TOMATO BITTERS, r|,HE most used and best known hitters before the ptib lie. These bitters are warranted to be a purely ve getable compound—ami mark this.O^Jr-'/Ary never do tht least injary to any one whatever It has been used in the private practice ot the most successful physicians tor a long time with great success, in purifying the blood and hi strengthening and invigorating the system. It is not to be supposed that any one medicine will cure all dis eases to which the human frame is subject nor is the article recommended as such, like most of the quack medicines, but for effecting the purpose for which it is designed, there is uotliing that has proved itself so wor thy of the public confidence as this celebrated compound. The whole vegetable kingdom does not furnish two substances so admirably adapted to purify, nourish am! invigorate the human system. These hitlers have all the effect of the powerful purgatives, when used in sutticiut quantity, uud yet are so mild in their operation that they may he given topersousiu most delicate health with perfect safety. They are also very agreeable to the taste. There have been many remarkable cures in this i town, ol which referenc s will be given by A. G. I*AGE, only agent in Rath. N- H. Bcwaie of counterfeits aud imitations, and not risk health to save a few cents. Iy21 ‘BROWN'S COUGH LOZENGES: 1MIESE lozenges arc the best.safest, and most efleetu . al remedy now in use for colds, coughs, consumpt ion, j asthma, quiitcv. influenza, and all pulmonary affections, j attended with tightness of the chest, spitting of blood, j pain in the side, loss of sleep, weakness Ac. The receipi has been highly approved and they are daily recommen ded by many ofour most distinguished physicians, who speak of them in the highest terms of praise. 1 y21 A. G. PAGE, agmt for Bath. Anodyne or Poor .Han's Plaster. FUCK 12», cents for a largesize This plaster is re commended with the greatest confidence : intact ilis i recommended wit hi hatcoufideticeif obtained of the propri etor and it does not give relief, the money will positive, ly he returned. For weakness or pain in the loins, hack, sides, breast, limbs, neck, joints, rheumatism, luinbago Ae. There have been thousands of them sold, and not oue 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. PAG E, agent for Rath. N. B. Beware of counterfeits. Iy21 F. Brown's Toothache Drops. C^OR the cure of the worst toothache by its application A a few 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 is so injurious to the Other teeth, and so poisonous in its effects. A. G. PAGE, agent in Bath. N. B. Beware of counterfeits. iy2i Change!Change! DR. A. 5>II.\\V has removed to the store formerly oc cupied by Daniel Marshal— 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 shop. April. 3,1650. Schenk's Pulmonic Syrup, ft YIt UP of Liverwort, Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam. O Cherry Pectoral, Hungarian Balsam ofLife, the gen uine articlrs.for sale by A G PAGE, Agent for Bath. 0 A Sad Accident FTF.N happen, to persons lismy a dull Razor but one bOX Ol lltBPZR’s Su PUR [OR M.tZOR PoWDEE will prevent any one from beingr under the necessity ol pul ting their beard am instead of having it neatly cut nff This Powder will (by using it.) put a chary keen "tire to a razor in oar tntamr. Perfect satisfaction warran ted or the money refunded. Sold wholesale or retail al„ , OWEN It cost. Bath. Jane IS, 1850. Muniz's Genuine English Yellow Sheathing Metal. Consigned by the Manufacturer. Q A A CASES—Viz ; ] Manufagiurcdat the French !6 do 16 oz. WallsTVorka, near Birmin gham, England, by George Frederic Muntz.the Inven tor and patentee of the ElfOMS II Y EL 1.0 W SHEATHING METAL, as certified by iheadverlise mentsot competitors in this country; approved ami pre ferred in Great Britain and throughoutEurope. Forsale by FULLERTON A RAYMOND, 147Milk street. Appointed Sole Agents for the s»le ofthis metal in the United States. Iy8 | CASES-Viz: !6 do 16 oz. 21 do 13 oz. 32 do 20 oz. 40 do 22 oz. 48 do 24 oz. 40 do 26 oz. 40 do 28 oz. 240 CASES. Farm for Sale. A FARM situated inn pleasant part ot the town of Westport, with the fishing stand connected there* with. ^aid farm is properly proportioned ns to tillage, pas ture and wood la mi—and tlieie is on it a tine Granite ledge. The whole or oue half of the premises will be sold. 1 I-or further particulars, application may he made Io Charles Brooks on the premises, or to the subscriber in Georgetown. MOSES RIGGS Georgetown, May 31,1800. ;im4‘J Bitters! Bitters!! QF all good kinds, for sale by A. 811 AW. Notice. rHK Subscriber hereby gives notice, to whom n mnv concern, that he has in his rare a small lot of IKON eceived from a vessel of this place in July 20th 1'19— lie owner can have the same by proving property and »aving charges. \YM. N\ 1NSLOU . Bath, March 21,1849. 10 per lot. For Sale. TO 20 House lots,situated in pleasant parlsofthecily—pricesfroin 5<>to $700 WM. WINSI.OVV. For Sale or Exchange. A CONVENIENT, modern built house, in East Boston, Muss., in good repair, and _well situated. Rem# readily lor 8140 per year. Said house will be sold at a bargain, or exchanged i'or a small house in this city. Apply atiiiis office. Bath,March 28, 1850. Green Pcas-Ncw Potatoes. \ SPaRAUI'8, Radishes, New Onions. Lettuce,Khu i\. barh. &. c just received at the City .Market bv 51 AG PAGE. Abbott’s Bitters. Egenuine article, a fresh supply just receiv 51 AG PAGE, Agent for I _. Bath* To Let. A SMALL TENEMENT to let. Apply to im. CLARK & SEWAI.L. May 22._ 48tf Cod Fiver Oil Candy. % SUPPLY of this valuable remedy Ibr Coughs ami Acold*. just received at the City .Market by 51 A G PAGE. LAW NOTICE. THE undersigned have this day associated themselves together for the practice of their profession, under the style of IIOVEV * SHAW, and have located themselves at the shire town of Lin coln County, Wise ASSET. All business entrusted to them will receive promp attention. Messrs II. .V *v possess facilities for transacting busi ness throughout Lincoln and Keiinehec Counties. One of the firm will he in constant attendance at tin* Courts in Lincoln KDW IN S. HOY K\ FREDERIC K. SHAW. Wiscasset, March 20, TS50. \fA0. ( Shawls! ClASIIMF.ni: Long and Square Shawls, a beautiful ) assortment. Blk and Col'd Silk—White at id colored j Knihroid’d Crape do —with an endless variety Satin .V , Printed Cashmere Shawls for Ladies and Misses. Bath, Maroh 27. H50. OWEN* A CO. j AGENCY OF Dr. Fitch's Celebrated Medicines. FJLMONARV Balsam, Pectoral Expectorant, Pultnon ary Liniment, Pure and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil, Anti Dyspeptic Mixture, Nervine,Vermifuge, Depurative r<\ nip, ! Heart Corrector, Humor Corrector, Cough ami Cathartic Pills, Female Pills, Female Spet itic, Ae., used by him con stantly and with unprecedented success in the treatment of Colds’ roughs, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Skm Diseases, Rheumatism, Female Complaints, Piles, Ac. Ac. Dr. Fitch’s unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal Su; porter', l>r. Fitch's improved plated steel spring shoul der Brace. Dr. Fitch's silver Inhaling Tube. Dr. Fitch’s celebrated Six Lfcti res on the prevent ion ami cure of eonsumi lion, asthma, diseases of the heart, Ac., and on the method of preserving health ami beauts to nit old age. This book should he in eveiy family. To the consumptive it | oints out the only reasonable hope for re lief. To mothers, the directions it gives for the care and education of children arc invaluable. 7tf,0U0 copies of this book have \ asset! through the press, and the sale continues unabated. For sale by S. P. FITCH A Co., 707 Broadway, New York ; and Dr. ALBERT rtll A\V, Sole Agent in Bath. j r Dr. Fitch's Guide to Invalids, or directions to per sons using Dr. Fitch’s Remedies, to be had, gratis, of all his Agents. -m4 *»’J185St_«,0©»a. J. S. SEWALL, Has just received Ins Spring assortment oi Groceries, West India Goods, j PROVISIONS. He has on hand: Bids Clear PORK. Half bids do, • Mess d.». half bids do. do. “ Mess REEF, half do beet, for family use, I. 1 R D of the he si qtialilv. in hbfs ami Kegs, ll I MS. CllFF.SE. F I TTF. R, l)K lED A PPI- ES I'. F I Y.S, FLOUR, in hhls and half bids, A large assortment of all kinds ot TEAS. CO FFV E. and SPW.4K. new crop MOL ASSES, Sugar SYR TP. Wheat Meal and Extra Flour iu bags, ami every other article in the Grocery line. —ALSO A good assortment of IKdrtOE V ll'.f RE. PAIXTS and OILS, and DOMESTIC DRV GOODS snip STORES, of the best quality supplied on favorable terms April 15.1650. 2tn 13 Dyer’s Clransim and Washing Fluid. THE greatest Labor Saving article yet discovered—ma king the clothes perfectly clean in one quarter the usu al time—without rubbing and with little labor. Warrant ed to give satisfaction or the money refunded—TRY IT ! 1 A. (». PACK, Agent for Bath. Ovon floors. TTIOR sale wholesale or retail. Oven Doors. Ash Pit . Doors, and Boilers put uy the best amt cheapest in the city by 51 TV. WALKER A CO. STOVES! PURCHASERS of Stores ran fi.uf the best stork ami l»es*t pattern*, *• |>,,,J**LPr,“ ces l»v calling on MITCHELL & Lt \ . Bath, May 23, 1S50. 48 Dr. L. Girardin, Formerly of Paris, WOULD inform his numerous patients on the Kennehec, that in future he will confine himself to office practice, and l»e consulted dai ly, personally or by letter, at his residence 2 Elliot, 2d floor from Washing ton St., BOSTON. Dr. L fS. is a member of the reformed prac tice, and uses no mercury whatever, lie was per formed thegreatest curer of any physician living in the following diseases, viz : Spine and Hip Complaints, lameness and deformity of every description, consumption, phlhsic, cancer, scrof ula, sore legs, fever sores, white swellings, dropsy, dyspepsia, erisipelas , liver complaints, kidnev and gravel, Female weakness, etc^—and all diseases which the human frame is apt to be affected w ilh. t'F* All communications directed as above, (post paid) will be attended to immediately, medicine sent to any pait of the Country as usual. Madam L. Girardin. at the request of a nnmber of invalids, unable to visit Boston, will visit Bath, and remain at the Sagaduhock House from Tuesday evening, 20th of Aug., till Thuusday noon Aug. 22a.— where she can be consulted gratis. L«i» tea wishing to consult one of their own sex, we qualified to treat such cases as the above, with as much success as the Dr himself, she being perfectly acquainted „i.l all kinds of medi cines used in his practice for the last fourteen "6Mrs I, G. was graduated as a female Phys ician in 1S24 in Taris, has been in esten.ive practice ever since, she is very succes ful in treating diseases incident to woman and children, her office and residence is at 4 Elli ot street, BOSTON, where all communica tions (post paid.) Will be attended to. Medi cine sent to any part of the country April 20, 1850 46 »ELE« WADSWORTH, BATH, MAINE. :V7V~ “ LIFE JHSVKAXCK COMPAQ in Hu U»<u.l Stotts. California Bislts . .he lowest rales. Also, Acenl for the I.IN v MI TUAl. FIRK INSURANCE COMPANY. Ith.'and for eight of the other safest and chMpui Insurance Companies in N England. Bce iB Union Block, over the Arch. Front Street. lytl OWICl manufactory Dl*. S. P. TOWNSEND'S COHFOmO EXTRACT OP SARSAPARILLA, Tie most Wonderful Medicine of the Age, 1,500,000 BOTTLES MANUFACTURED YF.AR1.Y. This Mfdlrliir Is put np In (|nm1 Bottles, anil Has cured more tliau 100,000 Cases of Chronic Disease, * within the last Ten Years— Ifotir Is Grunin* unless signed by S. P. TO\Y\SE\D. „ E X P O 8 E. H,kd,n.V.t,,k. following affidavit -Ine rublic will learn the origin, or rather w here the recipe for making the stuff they call Old Dr Jacob Townsend s Sarsaparilla. came from- and will be able to judge which is the genuine and original, and of the honesty of the men who are employed in selling it as the original Dr Town*end's Sarsaparilla Dr 8 P Townsend was the ongin,l propm.U)r and inventor of Dr. Townsend s Sarsaparilla, nnd his nuMjicine gained a reputation that no other remedy ever gained. He manufactured over one million of Wiles last year* and is manufacturing at present 5,0i»o bottles per day’ We use more Sarsaparilla and \ ellow Dock in our establishment each day, than all the other s.irsapanlla Manufacturers in the world. Principal Office, us Kulton-st. _ READ THE AFFIDAVIT. City and County of AVr-YarJt, n William Armstrong, of the said City, being duly sworn, doth depose and say that he is a practical Druggist and Chemist That some time iu the latter part of May, or first of June, 184$, a man by the name of Jacob Townsend, who at that time was a lmok and pamphlet peddler, called upon deponent, at the house of Mr. Thompson, No. Hndson-street, where dep*» nent boarded, ami requested deponent to write hire recipe by which to make a Syrup of Sarsaparil'< Dejionent further says, that he became acquainted with said Townsend at the office of Theodore Foster. Esq., Bonk Publisher, with whom said Townsend dealt. That said Townsend had had frequent conversa tions with dej»onent respecting the manufacture of an article of Sarsaparilla to be 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 Town send sold so well, and so much money 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 person to prepare a recipe, and manufacture it for him. Dejionent in one of the conversations asked said Townsend if he was related to Dr S. P. Townsend, to which he replied, that b. knew Dr. S. P. Townsend would lie down on him after he should commence. But that he did not care for him. as he had formed a co-partnership with men who could furnish the requisite amount of capital -and was well prejiared to defend himself against any attack that might be made on him. Deponent farther says, that pursuant to the request of said Jacob Townsend, he wrote a recijte for the manufacture ol a S\rup of fcursaparilla, and gave it to him. Said Townsend observed that he wanted to make a specimen to exhibit to his partners for their approval, as he wished to gratify them in every thing, as they furnished all the capital said Townsend also told deponent that the bottles they were to use weia to be of the same size and shajte as l>r. S. P. Tow n send's, and dejKincnt, at the request of said Jacob Townsend, went to the office of Dr. S P. Townsend, atul procured one of his labels. And dejmnent further says, that he has been inform ed. and veiily believes the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, ml<t a* Old Jacob Tow n-end's, is made after the recipe fur nished by deponent, to Jacob Tow nsend, as aforesaid. And further dejionent saith not. UTI.I.IAM ARMSTRONG. Sworn tobcfoie me, this 24th day of Mav, 1849 C. S. WOOPIU 1.1,, Maj or of the City of New loik. PROOF!! PROOF!!! Here i» proof conclusive th.tt Dr S I’. Town«end's Sars>t|«nllii is the original. The following is trorn some of'the moat respectable papers in this State. FROM TliF. Alhniiy F.vcnlng .loiirnul. Di*. Townsend’s Sarsaparilla. There probably never has been sopopului a remedr, or patent meilicine, as Dr Town-r*J>'s .Sarsaparilla, which was originally, amt continues to manufac tured-in this city, at first by the Doe lor himself. and afterwards for several tears ami to the present time, 1>\ i lapp N Tow nspu.}, the present proprietors Sim e the partneiship was to i rued. the Doctor has resided in New \ .*ih, w here he keeps a store, and attend* business tl. it acrnmnlates at that point. The maim factory is in this city, ami »s conducted by thejnnioi partner, Mr. • lapp—here all the medicine is maim far - Few of our citizens have any idea of the amount of this medicine that is ni aim lac in red and sold I'oside^ the sales in this country, it is ship|>ed to the » amid**, W est India Islands. South America, and even to ku i"|e, in . on-idcrahlc quantities. U the tnannfactory they employ a steam engine, besides a huge numher of men. women and gills. in the j rej anrion of tli» medtcmc. making boxes, printing. \c . ami turn one, reads for shipment, over UR* dozen per day, or nearly •iHHT bottles. This is an enormom quantity The great sale the medicine has acquited. lias m duced a number of men to get up imitation . and there is or the present time, other medicines for sale tint are called “ Dr Townsend's Sarsaparilla.” One in par tit ular slatted a *h ;t time ago in New Voik. is called “Old Doctor Jacob Townsend's Sarsaparilla,” and ap parently with a view. V* dir.t of aih eitisim?. and the usual remedies resorted to in such ertbrts, to appr*>pi» at.* ttie name of Dr S I’ Townsend's great remedy, ami thin gain .ill the advantages resulting from thir Jvopularity of Die irainr which he has acquired for is. bv v ears of p»t4i**nt and e\pen«i\c labors Dr S. T. Townsend, formerly of this city, as is well known hoie. rs the ma’iit.ir and original proprietor «»f th»* medicine kuwn as “Dr Townsend's Sanaiitrjlln,'’ ami we think those persons w ho trr attempting to set.) their article as the genuine, should hr exposed. FROM TWK Stw York Dnfly Trlfiiirre. (iTJ- Wc published an advertisement inadvertently some time since that did injustice to Dr. S. F. Town send, w ho is the original proprietor of the preparation of Sarsaparilla known as I»r Townsend's. Other parties have within the past lew months engaged or cwsmected tbemselx rs with a man by the name *»/ Townsend who put up a medicine nml calls it jy tin* same name Tins medicine was advertised in The Trihnnt *< the original, Jtr Thi« adv ertiveroent alw* con*sw.n«vl matter derogatory to the character ot Dt S P Townsend and that fd> his medicine. M's- regret it appeared, ami in justice to the Dr. make this cv * FROM TilK Kvw \ork Dolly Sun. Ph. rnwxsrxn’s extraordinary ad\eitiscrrent,which OCCO|iies an euVne page nl the S»x. uiUii -t e«cap# notice. I»i S I*. Towuseud. who i* the oiiginal pvki prictor of I»r Townsend's Sai^ppai ilia. and whose *4s lice is next di*or toouis, where be has l>ecn foi sever al v ear>, is dtiviug an immense bnsiness. lie receives no less than lour hundred dozen of Sarsapanlla pe* dav , and even tins enormous quantity does not supply the demand No medicine ever gained so great x popularity a* his preparation of the r^i.-apariHa. His edition of Almanacs f.»r 1349 cost fi.’.OtN*, and ha has paid the New \ ork Si x for advertising, in the In-t lour years, over $10,000, and he ac know led gw that it is the cheapest advci Using he 1ms had done. This medicine is exported to the < anadas, West In dies. South .America and Kurope, in considerable quantities, and is coming into general use iu those countries, as well as here. SwliMll«-n> Drngjists anil others that sell Sarsaparilla for the genuine and original Dr. '1 ownsend's Marsnuai ilia, that i* not <igned by S. P. Townsend, Commits a fraud, and swindles the customers. Men that would ho guilty ol such an act. would commit any other hand •“id I’tuggist ol common intelligence but knout that ours is the only genuine. Olil dnroh Towns* ml. Some j»co|*le who are not well informed, and have not read the papers, and not seen our advertisements, ha\e been led to suppose, that because these men ad veitise their stull as ** Old Jacob Townsend*,” that it must, ol course, he the original. It is less than one jc;u since they commenced to make their medicine. Ouis has Leon in the market over ten years. Till* Old .Jacob Townsend. They are endeavoring to palm oil on the public at an old I hysician, tic. lie is not a regular educated f hy sician. and never attempted to manufacture a metis icine. until these men hired him for the use of his name. They say they do not w ish the people to be-, lietf that their Sarsaparilla is ours, or the same—but the Better to deceive the public, they at the same tune assert that their's is the Old Or. Townsend’s, and the original ; and endeavor to make the people believe that the stud they manufacture, is the Ur. Townsend’* Sarsaparilla, that has performed so manv wonderful cures lor the past ten years, and which lias gained q 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 Dr. Townsend whatever. In their ad vertisements and circulars, they publish a number of gross lalschoods respecting Dr. Townsend, which wp w ill not notice. False Hrpoiti, Our opponents have published in the lepers, that I)r S. P Tow nsend was dead. This they send to theii agents aNuit the country, who report that we have given up business, Sic. Sic. The public should be on their guard, amt not be deceived by these unprinci pled men. Xotire of Remoral.—After the first of September, I'M**. Dr. S P. Townsend’s New York Office will ha 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 pi ictors and the public. Take particular Xotice —No Sarsaparilla is tha Eeinline and original Dr. Tow nsend’s Sarsaparilla, un •ss signed by S. P. Townsend Acexts — Redding & Co., No 9 State-street, and Mrs. E. Kidder, No. 100 Court-street, Boston; Samuel Kidder. Jr., Lowell; Hmpry I’ratt, Salem; James B* Green, Worcester ; JHRson k Gault, Concord ; J Balch & Son, Providence ; and by Druggists and Mar chants generally throughout the United States, Wet* Indies and the Canada* A. G, Page, is my only authorized Agent for BA FH , Join, R. Ilnley, Brunswick ; G. II. Thomas, Kich tnond;VV.H. Barnard, Waldoboro. House Lots, &c. Far Sale, nnd Stores to Let. • THAT well known and desirable lot of land Jmmtk situated on Washington Street, between the Im.UM dwelling house of W. V. Sc O. Moses and the Hath 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 south side of Broad St., next door east of the store of Field A Heed, and opposite that of Z. Hyde k Co., also the cellct under the same. Apply to CHARl.ES DAVENPORT, I A,.;,.-., JOHN PEERING, i S Bath, Aprils, 1SS0 Preserves Sc Jellies *f all kinds. TAMARINDS, strawberry Jam, Raspberry Jam. Red and Black currant jelly, Green Gage Marmalade, Guaea Jelly, Preserved Ginger, Ac., for sale at the City Karket by A 6-TACp.