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POETRY.
HAPPY HOURS.
BY S. D. ANDERSON.
Earth has a thousand happy hours,
To charm the darkest lot;
A thousand blissful memories
That will not be forgot;
They bloom around the wanderer's path
Where storms and tempests come,
Like those sweet flowers that cluster round
llis childhood’s happy home.
Our early home, with all its joys,
The streamlet and the mill.
The old oak tree 'neath which we played,
The singing of the rill;
The glad tones of our sister's voice,
Pure as the summer flowers.
Are with us still to make the earth
Full of those happy hours.
Earth's later scenes, when time has sped.
And brought some loved one near,
The whispering of whose brightest word
Was happiness to hear ;
The echo of whose footsteps nigh
Like spring-time to the bowers,
Or bird and blossom to the tree,
Filled earth with happy hours.
And then the mother’s gladsome smile.
The heaven within her eyes,
As seated in her vino-clad cot,
The lovliest 'neath the skies—
She presses to her beating heart
The image of that one
Her heart has chosen for its home,
From all beneath the sun.
Eve*brings a cheerful circle round
The old familiar hearth.
And many a happy voice is heard
In melody and mirth:
No discord in that evening song,
No jarring in that strain,
For heaven is bending down to bring
Earth's happy hours again.
Night is not dark, for love illumes
The cottage with its rays ;
Watches beside the sleeper’s couch,
Lists while the mother prays ;
Constant as hope it mingles in
The image of each dream,
And lights the sleeper's fancy with
Its richest, rosiest gleam.
Earth’s happy hours upon life's tide
Fall with a kindling glow,
As those bright stars that from above,
Fall on our path below ;
A beacon fire amid the storms,
To steer our bark aright,
And shed around the sinking heart
Their glory and their light.
The past has many a happy hour
On which the pure heart dwells,
And draws its sweetness drop by drop,
From memory's honied cells.
Thoughts of the loved, each look and word,
The cadence of each tone
Come back with happy, happy hours,
We never are a’onc !
Good deeds, bright thoughts on angel's wings
To make our spirits soar
Above Ihe rust and dross of earth,
Above the tempest's roar;
Into a milder, purer sky.
Beneath a brighter sun,
And stars that shine in gladness down
On happy hours begun.
From Godty's Lady's Book.
OCTOBER.
October's solemn, dirgelike winds
Are wailing through the trees ;
At every breath some bright leaf falls,
Borne far upon the breeze.
Lika beauteous, brilliant flowers they lie
Upon the cold, damp earth ;
But though October's dress be gay,
She breaths no sound of mirth.
Her voice is sad, like wind-harp's notes,
But her skies are deeply blue;
Iler robe a king might proudly wear.
So rich its golden hue.
I love the fair October days,
The blue and sunny skies ;
The forest robe her hand hath wove,
Of richest-tinted dyes.
But oh, I dread November's frosts !
November’s weeping skies;
The stormy winds that then will drown
October's latest sighs.
But, though I tremble at her breath,
And fear her wint’ry reign,
I know the days will quickly pass,
And Spring will smile again.
And thus as seasons glide away,
The page of life we turn,
And if our hearts but own the wish,
Some lesson daily learn.
For we, like autumn flowers, must fade, -
Like autumn flowers must die.
Ere through the cheerless gate of death
Our spirits soar on tigh.
And though the grave be cold and drear
And narrow be the bed,
We have no cause to faint or fear,
For “blcued are the dead."
Printers’ Language.
Every professional trade has its tec
nical terms, and of course the Printers
have a “small smaliering,’ which is in
telligible only to the craft, The follow
ing is a specimen :—it dont mean, how
ever, as it would seem to the uniniated :
“Jim, put Gen. Washington on the gal
ley, and then finish the murder of that
young girl you comfnenced yesterday.—
Set up the ruins of Herculaneum ; dis
tribute the small pox ; and needn’t finish
that runaway match ; have the high water
tn the paper th.s week. Let the pie alone
till after dinner, put the barbecue to press
and then go to the devil, and he will tell
yoa about the work for the morning.’’ J}ot
much wonder that Dr. Faustus was burn
ed for inventing such a diabolical an_
Delaware Republican.
He that indulges negligence will quick
ly become ignorant of his own affairs,and
he that trusts without reserve will at Iasi
be deceived.
Wisdom is the olive that springeth from
the heart, bloometh on the tongue, and
beareth fruit in the actions.
A New Watch.—A great improve
ment in the manufacture of which has
just been made in Germany, by which
watch keys are rendered unnecessary.
By simply turning a screw in the handle
the watch is wound up, and another
movement regulates the bands.
PETTENGILL’S BOSTON
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
COLI.KCTKD BY
S. M. PETTENGILL,
Newspaper, Advertising and Subscription Agent,
No 10 STATE STREET, BOSTON.
^ The following is a list of some of tho best Business
Firms in Boston* They present extra inducements for
Trader* and others to purchase of them. All who visit
the city should take this list with them.
JAMES FRENCH,
No. 78 Washington Street, Boston,
Publisher, Bookseller a id Dta'er in B >oks and Station
ery, of every variety, wholesale and retail,
at the lowest prices. Please call
and Try.
JOHN BRIGHAM Ac Co.,
Ribbons, Hosiery. Gloves, Silks, Shawls, Gimps,
Fringes, Braids, Linens, Laces, Embroid
eries, Milinery and White Goods,
No. 18 Milk Street, SewalTs Block, Boston.
H. B. & H. Vi. Wetherell & Cs.,
Importers and Jobbers in
SILKS, Velvets, Ribbons, I .aces, Flowers and Millinery
articles, Embroideries, Hosiery, Gloves, Dress
Trimmings, White Goods, Ac.
No 14, Milk Street, Boston.
Parker, Wilder A Co.,
Common, Fine and Superfine Carpetings,
Three-Ply and Stair do. Also Rugs for sale at
No 2 and 4 Pearl Street, Bo*ton.
Teliar’s Magnolia,
SPOOL COTTON.
This celebrated thread, in white and assorted colors, is
constantly for sale by THATCHER, £IIAW
A Co., 48 Milk Street.
FMCY GOODS.
& HiiE'srisa&a
NO. 4t>, CORNITILL, BOSTON,
Importers of French, German and English Fancy Goods,
Toys, and Musical Instruments, of every description,
all of which they will sell at a small advanee on
cost of importation. Merchants from the
country will do well to call before pur
chasing elsewhere.
Chase, Daguerrean Artist,
*247 Washington Street, Boston,
Determined not to he excelled. If a better likeness can
he prod used than 1 can take, mine shall be riven
GRATIS,
J. STOWE,
DAGUERREOTYPE rooms,
No. 34 Trcmont Row, opposite the Museum.
XT Pictures taken iu the best manner on the most
reasonable terms.
flats, Caps, Furs,
BUFFALO ROBES,
JAMES W . LEE Sc. CO.,
No 63 Kilby Street, Boston.
A. H. NICHOLS^
Manufacturer aud Wholesale Dealer in
HATS, CATS AND F U R S ,
ALSO FOR SALE
BUFFALO AND FANCY ROBES,
No 4 Market Square, opposite north side of Fanueil Hal).
Willard Holt,
Hats, Cap*, Furs, Umbrellas, Buffalo Robes, Trunks,
Gloves, dec., No 49 North Market St.,
BOSTON.
Aonh Greeley,
HAT MANUFACTURER,
49 Court Street, Boston.
Hats at wholesale cheaper than at anv other place in the
city.
Fashionable Hat Establishment,
BENT & BUSH,
Manufacturers, w holesale and retail dealer in
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
Chapeaus Military, Dress and Fatigue Caps, ,Ac., corner
of Court and Washington Streets, Boston.
SPECIAL .NOTICE TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
S. k9.Ot * & Co.,
Respectfully invite those who w*ant to purchase
Rats, laps, Furs, Trunks and Valises,
>f the manufacturers ami buy cheap, to call at their store
Nos 11 and 12 Dock Square, Boston.
Furs, Furs, Furs,
The place to buy your Furs Cheap,
wholesale or retail is at
WM. DALLINGER S,
No 9 Hanover St, Boston.
United States Hotel,
BOSTON—BY SPOONER A- SII.SBY.
Located near the terminus of the Worcester, Norwich,
Fall River, New York and western Railroads, and
fronting on Kingston, Beach and Lincoln
streets.
NELSON’S CHINESE LUSTRAL
Washing Fluid.
Manufactured by J 8. Fraser & Co., No 4
Liberty Square, Kilby street, Boston ; and put
ap for transportation in cases of half-pint, t int
luurt and half gallon bottles and in demijohns
ind carboys.
Nelson’s Fluid has been a year in this mar
ket, and its popularity has drawn out a thous
and imitations and counterfeits. This is the
jrifiss/, most effectual and only sake com
pound. It is approved by the best Chemists,
and to prevent imposition, the label on each
bottle contains the name of 4V. NELSON,
and the certificates of Drs. C. T. Jackson,
of Boston, and James R. Chilton of New
\ ork, and en crea according to an ict of congress, b>
James Fraser.
Purchasers are particularly requested to destroy the la
bel on each bottle, after using the contents, as the bottles
have been bought up and peddled around the country, till
ed with a spurious and worthless article.
Manufactured and agent supplied by J. J. Fraser A Co,
and sold wholesale bv their authorized agents, Messrs.
DANA, KARIlAR A HYDE, Wholesale Grocers, 44 ami
46 Broad street, Boston. Grocers supplied on liberal
terms, and orders by Exprosstnen or by letter will receive
prompt attention.
CUTLER & STICKNEY,
Dealers in PAINTS. OILS, WINDOW CLASS,
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND DYE-STUFF8,
Nos 131 and 134 State
and
No 1 India St,
opposite the new Cus
tom House,
BOSTON,
have constantly on hand
and for sale
Window Glass,
Linseed Oil,
Spirits Turpentine
Coach and Furniture
VARNISH,
Asphaltum or
Iron Varnish,
Philadelphia,New York
Boston and Norfolk
WHITE LEAD,
DRIGS A MEDICINES,
Patent Medicines,
Imported Liquos, for
medicinal purposes ; al
so a choice assortment
of true imported Hava
na cigars, at the lowest
rash or credit prices.
Country Merchants A
customers are respect
fully invited to call be
fore purchasing else
where.
Blake’s Patent Fire-proof Paints,
Which in a f*»*- months turn to slate or stone, protect
ing whatever they cover fiom the action of the weather,
or fire.
LOOK OUT FOR FRAUDS,
as unpnnrip'ed persons are ofb rinc spurious atticle? for
sale, cal'tng them Ohio Fire Proof Paints. The genuine
article L only to be obtained of the Patentee, oi New
York or his A cento, and every package i« marked,—
‘•BLAKE’S PATENT FIRE PROOF'PAINT.” The
aulhoitzed Agent, JERE. F. HALL, 3-* Broad Street.
Boston, has it constancy on hand, and ha* <oM it for
tliree year* to ourlargest manufacturing esta* li-hments,
and will give the whole history of the Paint and its
qualities, to any one who will tend or call at his count
ing room, 38 Broad Street, Boston. Also, Prepared
Cam van, all rearty for the roof oi sides of lunldines,
making the cheapest and most durable covering evei
invented. Also, llooflug Naim, manulactured
expressly for putting on the Canvas. No one has the
genuine articles above mentioned, without my name
being marked upon them. JERE, F. HALL,
COMMISSION ME CHANT, No. 3FBOAD
ST tET, BOSTON.
Dyer’s Washing Fluid.
LESTER & DYER,
wholesale agents,
No l«3 Court Si, Boston.
Orders strictly and promptly attended to by L A D.
S. CraVe’7 Patest Soap,
Patented in 1850.
Au article highly anpros.d by all who h,„ it _
Manitiactored ...rfsold wholesil. ,„d rent"
discount to wholesale purchasers. WM Mnno
eral Agent, N. 4 R R Block, Lincoln stree^B^^if
8- ax- rammanx,
Newspaper Advertising Agency,
NO IO STATE STRFET, BOSTON.
is authorized to receive Advertisements, and Subserip
tions for this paper and the best Newspapers in
the United States, at the same^rates as
at the office or publication.
Montgomery Imt.
TREMONT STREET, BOSTON,
Terms, #1,50 per day.
t r wilson, Proprietor. i a parkbr, Manager.
Meals In Boston.
Those vialting Boston shouid not fail to call at Jameson
4r Valentine s Eating House, No 1 Sprino Lamb, adjoin
ing the Chapel of the old South Church, where good fara
can always be had at the lowest prices.
Holman’s Natan's Grand Restorative.
All orders must be directed toJ. P. Haul**,(“too” of
the late Dr Holinan,) corner of Carver and Eliot
streets, Boston
Dealers supplied on the lowest terms
Wrought-1 roil Pipes.
WALWORTH & NASON,
18 and 22 Devonshire Street, Boston, manufacture
LAP-WELDED,
LOCOMOTIVE, STATIONARY AND MARINS
Boiler Flues,
STEAM AND GAS PIPES, Ac._
LOVETT &. WELLINGTON,
No 9 Merchant’s Row, Boston,
Have on hand a full supply of Foreign and American Hard
ware, which they will sell very low for CASH.
Whiting A Brother,
Offer for sale, for caah or approved credit, a complete aa
sortment of Hardware, Sheet Iron, Tinners’ Fur
nishing Goods, Founders* Sand Riddles,
Ac., 81 Union street, Boston.
MARTIN L. BRADFORD,
142 Washington Street, Boston.
Cutlery, Hardware and Fishing
Tackle.
His assortment of Cutlery in all its branches is exten
sive, comprising Knives and Forks, and Table Cutlery of
every description—Butcher, Cooks, Shoemakers, Tanners,
Palet, and Glaziers’ Knives, Ac.
RAZORS,
in great vaiiety and style, from the most celebrated ma
kers.
SCISSORS AND SHEARS,
of all kinds of the best quality that can be procured.
PATENT TAILORS’ SHEARS,
and Barbers, Paper Hangers and Bankers’ Scissors, which
are warranted. Pocket, Pen and Jack Knives, of every
variety of pattern and every grade of price from the best
makers. Sportsmen’s Knives,hunting, lock back pruning,
and budding knives, nail tiles, nail uippent, horse clipping
scissors, twig cutters, Ac.
Also—Every description of Fishing Tnrkle in great va
riety, suitable for brook, lake or sea fishing—wholesale A
retail.
Warren Sawyer,
DEALER IN
Tanners1 and Curriers’ Tools, Lampblack,
Cutch, &c.,
No 3 Blackstone street, Boston.
Tin Roofing,
Roofs covered with tin, copper or zinc, by
CHA RLES T. FA Y,
No 67! Friend street, Boston
Olass Water Pipes,
For Wells, Aqueducts, Springs, &c.
WILLIAM B. GUY,
No 22 Sudbury Street, Boston,
Would inform the public that he has invented a new con
trivance for lining pipes with glass.
Lockwood, Zane & Lamb,
PLUMBERS,
No 5 Derby Range, Court street, Boston, manufacturer
of every description of lead, brass and copper works.
Water-closets, pumps, hydrants and fountains, leather
and india rubber hose, hot cold and shower baths. Bar
row’s celebrated Cooking Range
LEONARD A POLLARD,
ENGINEERS AND PLUMBERS.
Manufacturers of water closets,Forcing and copper pumps,
and hntsH cocks of all sizes, warm and cold shower
baths,{lead work of all descriptions, done at short
notice. No 16 Devonshire street, Boston.
STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES,
Cabooses, Air-tight Castings, Ac, at wholesale and
retail, by
WINCHESTER & KNIGHT,
63 and 65 Blackstone stceet, Boston
William ft, Reed,
Cooking Ranges, Stoves, Cabooses, Castiugs, Ac,
wholesale and retail. No 46 Blacksioiic St.,
BOSTON.
Morse At. Fletcher,
Brass Founders and Finishers,
No 44 Congress Street, Boston.
N B—Brass cocks and couplings, beer and force pumps.
Mitchell & Riley,
Glass cutters and ornamental engravers on stained and
window glass. Also glass and solar shades at whole
sale and retail. No 1 Andover street, Boston.
William Blanchard,
IMPORTER OF
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
No 70 Kilby Street, Boston.
Vulcan Air-Tight Cooking Store,
BEX. BRAXKUX COAL GRATE,
Also a variety of other patterns too numerous to men
tion, of Cooking, parlor ami office stoves, for
cheap fiir cash by
F. D. WOOD & CO.,
No I Union Block, corner of Union and Marshall streets,
__ BOSTON.
Daniel J. Carruth,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
WINES AND TEAS,
Tobacco, snuff and cigars, French, German and common
pipes, ale, porter and cider, in hhds, bbls, half bbls
and bottles.
No 3 and 4 Cerrish Block, Blackstone street, Boston.
F. Oakes & Perkins,
Importers and wholesale and retail dealers in
Nos 51 and 52 Long Wharf Boston.
CL TCLMA.N feTcO..
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
For the sale of Country Produce, Wrapping paper, wood
en ware of all kinds, and merchandize generally.
Purchasers of wooden ware will do well
to give US a call.
No 5 Canal and 81 Blackstone street, near the Maine Pas
_senger Depot, llaymarket Square, Boston.
Artificial Legs, Arms and Hands,
From $35 to $60.
Apparatus for deformity in spine, feet, or legs. Abdom
inal Supports, Trusses, Lace Stockings, Knee Cap.*, Shoul
der Braces, Suspensories and spring'crutches. Manufac
tory 2i Bloomfield street, Boston (up stairs.) JAMES
MILLER & Co., from London.
A. F. Bartlett,
Manufacturer and inventor of the well known
Washington Suspcndrr Shoulder Brace,
Also, superior Supporters and Truses, at No 221 Wash
ington street, Boston, near Marlboro’ Hotel.
Blake’s Bonnet Bleachery,
360$ Washington Street. Boston, a few doors north of Es
sex street, over Tewkesbury’s Bookstore. Straw
Bonnets of every description are altered, bleached
colored and pressed in the very best manner.
Milliners at a distance, sending bonnets by express, can
depend upon having them returned promptly.
J. BLAKE.
Burnham 6c Brother,
58 and 60 Comhill, Boston, Mass.
ANTIQUE MODERN ANI) FOREIGN
©JH3A1P
Containing an immense collection of nearly two hundred
thousand volumes.
Manns’ Cards, K. R. Ticket stock.
Fancy colored papers, marble papers, dec, for 6ale at
reduced prices, by
AMARIAH STORRS,
General Agent, 25 Cornhill, Boston.
T. E. Worcester,
DESIGNER AND ENGRAVER ON WOOD,
152 Washington Street, third door south of Milk Street.
E. H. BALL,
No 116 WASHINGTON STREET,
Marriage, Visiting and Business Cards, Engraved and prin
ted in the moat approved styles. Steel and cop
per plate printing done in the best man
ner. Orders personally attended .
_ to and promptly executed.
SHOW CASES*
MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE BY
JOHN A. HUGHES,
5 Ac 7 Harvard Flaoe, opposite old South Church, Boston.
Putnam’s spring Bedstead,
[PATENTED,] FOB SALE AT HIS
Furniture and Upholstery
WABE-BOON8,
404 Washington Street, Boston.
QUICK, CHEAP AND ELEGANT,
BY C. C. P. MOODY,
AT THE OLD DICKINSON OFFICE,
52 Washi*«ton St*bet, BOSTON•
Every variety of Letter Press work, executed in the beat
maimer. *
fyiUn
keeping and Accountantakip.
Elementary and practical, adapted to aeU-tnatraction.
School. and Conating-hoam, with key, «* i School. *1
Blank* correaponding with iaatraction In Ute book, ♦!.—
Discount tS per cent to the trade, School* and teacher*.
fornleat 236 W aldington street, Boat on, 4 Gray’!
Block, over Jonea, Bell dr Poor.
PEARL MARTIN,
DEALER IN
SAKHT1MB,
Matting, Booking. Floor and Tabic Oil Cloth, Ruga, Mata,
State Rode, Traneperent Window Shade! and
Futures.
BS Hanover street, near Blackstone it, Boston.
JOHN H. 8YMOND8,
(SUCCESSOR TO ANDREW KITCHEN,)
hair dresser,
And manufacturer of Kitchen 4c Henderson’* justly cele
brated ***** **RE8EBVATivEt No 41 Congress street, Boa
W'osd and Willow W*re Haase.
Brooms, Brushes, Baskets, Mats, Rakes,
Tubs, &c., by
ENOCH H. WAKEFIELD,
_No 42 North Market Street, BOSTON,
Joseph L. Ross,
Practical manufacturer of
School Desks and Chairs,
Corner* lvera and Hawkins Street*, Boston.
Henry F. Parker,
DEALER IN FURNITURE,
Feather beds. Matrasses and Looking Glasses*,
No 2 Union street, ne»r Elm, Boston.
II P F. is the sole Agent for Lyndly’s Patent anti-bug
bedsteads.
VENEERS,
Mahogany, Black Walnut, Zebra, and Rosewood.
HARRISON PARKER,
No 52 Cornhill, Boston.
Mansfield Sc Kemp,
Wholesale and retail dcalera in
BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS,
89 and 91 Hanover street, Boston.
Keep constantly on hand one of the largest stocks of
Roots and Shoes to be found in this market, all of which
they are disposed to sell at very low prices. Country
Stores will have their assortment of sites fillet! up, with
out extra charge. Orders by Express or otherwise atten
ded to with immediate dispatch.
Djo
IMPORTER OF
Lastings, Galloons and French Skins,
And Jobber of Boots and Shoes,
Nos 202 and 204 Washington Street, Boston.
Boots, Shoes and Rnbbers.
FOGG & BURBANK,
7 and 9 Central street, BOSTON.
Have f *r sale a superior asMirtment of Men’s, Women’s,
Boys', Misses’ and Children's (warranted)
BOOTS. SHOES and RUBBERS, at
very low prie s, lor Cash.
Oliver E. Ayers,
Wholesale and retail dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS.
Nos 67 Hanover, and 27 Union Streets, BOSTON.
Trasks, Valises and Carpet Bags.
The subscriber will sell for the next 60 days his immense
stock of Trunks, Valises, Car !et-bags, Ac., at a great de
dnetion fro n f "m r prices, at his old stand.
Coiner of Mi’A and Devonshi’e sts. BOSTON.
Merchants and others are respectfully invited to call and
examine as alwve before purchasing.
JOHN G HALEY.
TRUNK, VALISE AND CARPET BAG
MANUFACTURERS.
73 and 80 Ann street, corner of Center street, Boston
FLASS WARE AND PAPER HANGINGS,
Fon SALE BY
NELLF.N A Co.,
16 18 and 20, Merchants Row, Boston.
RURNINO FLUID,
CAMHHENE, LAMP AND CHAN DEI. TEH PErOT.
J. F. DODGE, Manufacturer and dealer,
No 15 Union street, Boston.
military and Regalia Trimmings.
Velvets, satins, silks, ribbons, merinos, cotton velvets,
damasks, moreans, buttons, eagles, batons, bullion for
wrought work •, gold and sivcr army laces and cords ; ban
ner silks and trimmings in gold and silver ; worsted frin
ges ; theatrical laces, iu all varieties, for sale at extremely
low prices.
Particular attention paid to all orders for fitting up halls
in the most tastef il manner ; and a small commission on
ly will be asked for attending to the orders of others, which
may not be exactly in my line ol business. Orders solicit
ed and promptly attented to,
A W POLLARD, 6 Court street, Boston.
The on'yfirst premiums
Th* silver Metals for the. best Miniature and Plates.
Southworth & Hawes,
DAGUERREOTYPE ROOMS.
The attention ot all persons interested iu procuring
Daguerreotype Likenesses of themselves or friends
or copies from portraits, Miniatures. Paintings,
Engravings, or Statuary, are particularly
invited to our specimens
Recent improvements enable us to make Daguerreo
types the s xf of life, and iu views, landscapes, Ac.
moving figures are distinctly represented. No 5} Tre
mont Row, Boston.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
Paper of all kinds for sale and made to order. News
papers supplied at lowest rates Cash paid for rags,
waste rope, sizing and nil other kinds of paper stock.
Grant, Daniell & Co.,
10 Union si, Boston.
dJa 5 £
Wholesale and retail dealer in
DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, <fr.,
No 15 Bluekstone st, Boston.
B. 0. & 6. C. WILSON,
BOTANIC DRUGGISTS,
No 18 Central Street, Boston,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Botanic Medicines, Shakers’ Herbs, Essensial
Oils, Extracts, Spices, Thomsonian Pre
parations, Druggists’ Glass Ware,
Medical Books, Syringes, &c.
IFa A\\aY1T/i]I5*^? (Aj
HOSIERY, GLOVES. SCARFS, STOCKS,
SHIRTS, BOSOMS, COLLARS, &c.
No. 6 Elm Street, Boston.
FOB. SALE,
A JEWELRY AND WATCH ESTABLISHMENT.
Situated in a flourishing town. It is a rare opportu
nity to commence business, lor one having $3,001) or
5M.OOO. Applications made (post paid) to S M PET
TENGILL, No 10 State street, Boston.
Agents Wanted.
To sell SEARS NEW AND POPUL 4J* PICT ORAL
DESCRIPTION OF THE UNITED STATES, Treas
ury of Knowledge Pictoral Family Annual, and other
useful publications.
To men of enterprise and tact, this offers an opportu
nity for profitable improvement seldom to be met with.
There is not a town in the Union where a right honest
and well disposed person can fail of selling from 50 to
200 volumes, according to the population.
Full particulars of principles and profits ot the agen
cy will be given on application (post paid) loS M PET
T ENG ILL, 10 State street, Boston.
NEW ENGLAND
TRUSS MANUFACTORY,
JAmes Frederic Fottr,
MANUFACTURER OK
Ratchet and Spiral Trusses,
467 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON
All the various approved Trusses, constantly for cale.
Ladies waited on by Mrs. Caroline D. Foster, who has
had 20 years experience hi the business.
The subscriber has removed his place of business to
467 Washington street, up beyond the Boylstou Market
four doors from LaG range Place, on the same side of the
street of the two above named places.
Strangers in the city will please lake notice the odd
numbersand even numbers are on opposite sides of the
street, it being 416 onposite the subscriber's residence,
467, where he will keep a full supp'y of Ready-Made
Trusses for gentlemen and ladies, youths and infant's
abdominal Supporters of 5 or 7 differen* kinds, such as
Hull’s, Chapin's Spinal. Cutter’s, Fitch’s, Ingalls*.Ao,
Ladies waited on by Mrs. Caruliue D Foster, at the
above place
LAW NOTICE.
THE undersigned have this day associated t hemselves
together for the practice of their profession, under
the style of
HOVEY St SHAW,
and have looated themselves at the shire town of Lin
coln County,
WISCASSET.
All business entrusted to them will receive prompt
attention.
Messrs. H. 9c S. possess facilities for transacting busi
ness throughout Lincoln and Kennebec Counties. One
of the firm will be in constant attendance at the Courts
in Lincoln. EDWIN S. HOVEY. .
FREDERIC E. SHAW.
Wiscasset, March 20, I860. tflO.
New H- DeLaises sad Lysaeses.
THE subscriber has just received a large lot of Netv
styles M. DeLaines. Also Lyoneees of every shade
and price, at tfco Auction store. H. W. OWEN.
F01 BOSTON DIRECT !
THE ELEGANT AND FAST SAILING
STEAMER '
09SU.Hr i
Capt. E. H. Sanford,
until further aolice, will leave Blackmer's wharf,
Bath,for Boston.every MONDAY and THURSDAY y
R VENING S, at 6 o’clock. ,
RETURNING—Leave Foster s Wharf, Boston,ev
ery TUESDAY and FRIDAY E VENIiVGS, at seven
o’clock.
ifT* 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 into the
store-house, oraccounted for, unless given in special 1
charge of the Agent. .
N B.—No live Calves will be taken as freight by this 1
Boat, 1
FARE.
Bath to Bottom $1,00—Meals Extra
Stagesand other conveyances meet the boat to con- <
vey passengers in any direction desired.
JOHN 3. ELLIOT,Agent,
Bath, April 11,1850. tt'43
Kennebec and Portland Railroad,
Independent Line.
THIS Road having been extended into Portland, will
commence running regularly from their own Depot,
at the foot of Chestnut and Pearl streets, Back cove, on
MONDAY, the 2d day of September.
Portland to Bath.
Leave Portland at AM, and at 1 P.Vf, for West
brook. Falmouth, Cumberland, Yarmouth, North Yar
mouth. Junction, Freeport. Merriman’s Rood. Bruns
wick and Harding’s Road, Bath. !
Bath to Portland.
Leave Bath at 6 A M, and 12| P M,for Portland.
Passengers wishing to goto Wiuthrop, will purchase
through tickets lo Augusta, and can procure a check on
board the cars to convey them lo Wiruhropfor the same
sum as lo Augusta. Fare from Boston or Lawrence to
Gardiner, Hallowed or Augusta, ¥2.50; the same re
turning. Fare from Portland lo Gardiner, Hallowed
and Augusta 81,50.
Steamboats run on the Kennebec river, in connection
with trains at Bath, conveying passengers to and from
Richmond, Gardiner, Hallowed and Augusta.
At Bath, stages connect with Wiscasset, Damariscot
ta, Waldoboro, Thomasinn, Belfast and Bangor.
At Augusta, stages run daily to Waierville, Bangor,
Belfast, and the principal towns north and east, Also,
steamboats run twice a day from Hallowed and Augusta
to and from Vassulboro anil Waierville.
G7* The company will not be responsible for baggage
to an amount exceeding 850 in value, unless notice be
given, and paid for ai Hie rate of one passenger for ev
ery 8500 additional value. J. D. LANG, Supt.
Brunswick, 8ept. 4, 1350. 2»tf
DYER’S
WASHING FLUID.
The greatest Labor Saving Article yet
discovered.
BY its use, washing machines and hard rubbing are
entirely dispensed with, and notone-half of the la
bor required to do the washing of a family.
The Fluid is a chemical compound, of sufficient
strength to extract all foreign substances from the cloth,
by simply boiling a small quantity of it with the clothes,
and without the slightest injury tothemosi delicate fab
ric. Try it, and if it does not prove satisfactory, the
money will be refunded.
Bold at 25 cents per bottle, or 50 cts per gallon.
Dyer’s Blueing Fluid,
used in connection with th$ Washing, Bleaching and
Cleansing Fluid, every family will be delighted with.—
I* cheaper and more convenient than the indigo bag.
and few superior.
Sold at 25 cents per bottle.
Also as above, the
EXCELSIOR STARCH,
the best article manufactured, put up in pound package#
expressly for family use. Being entirely free from all
specks This article inav be used with the utmost con
fidence in preparing the finest muslins and linens. It i*
wholly unnecessary to use Starch Polish or Spermaceti,
as it produces a tine polish without gumming up, or in
juring i he fabric.
Sold at J2>£ cents per lb.
N. B. Beware of injurious counterfeits and imita
tions
For sale at the City Market by
4ml0 A. G« PAGE* Aqrnt for Bath.
HAYDEN
18 at home again, and with much pleasure will give his
personal attention to his customers and frieuds in all
the various departments of his business.
Watches, Gold Pens, ('locks,
Jewelry, Peacils, Fans,
Silver Spoons, Knives, Combs,
S|»ectacles, Scissors, Quadrants,
Thimbles, Razors, Dividers,
Card Cases, Brushes, Scales,
CRONOMETER8, SPY GLASSES,
CHARTS and BOOKS, DRAWING INSTRUMENTS,
together with FANCY and USEFUL articles in endless
variety, and allot the lowest prices.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Nau
tical Instruments, etc.,
repaired in the best manner.
O' Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange. lltf
Ship Chandlery!
A GENERAL assortment, constantly on band
and for sale by Z. IIY l)E St CO., corner of
Front and Broad Streets, Bath.
Including Cordage, Manilla and Tarred, from
tlie 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, Comnnsiliou Spikes, Nails, with other
castings of all descriptions, Patent Windlass
Gear, Windlass Necks, and Capstan Spindles,
Cambooses, Spikes and Nails, Naval Stores,
Paints, Oils and Glass, Nautical Instruments.
Books, Charts. Sac.
Many 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 al the manufacturer’s low*
est price.
Bath, July 2, 1847. tf2
JEWETT Sr PRESOT FS
SILK AMI SHAWL STORE!!!
No. 2, Milk street, BOSTON.
Improved and Rc Stocked
FOR THE AUTUMN TRADE OF
1850!
TO keep pace with the limes, we hare just made suit
able Improvements in our well known Establishment
and have secured an assortment of
NEW SHAWLS,
SILKS AND CLOAK GOODS,
this will distance all competition, without exception —
VVe accordingly ask the attention of
Wholesale and Retail Purchasers,
to onr variety of Black and Colored Drrss Silks, Satins,
andSa’ins tie Chene ; Shawls of all kinds, including the
Celebrated Bay State Shawls ; Pa is Cloaks and Sacks.
'atest patterns; Thib t Cloths and Merinos; Silk and
Woolen Fabrics for cloaks and dresses; Ma celine silks;
and other goods for trimming cloak*; Cashm-rt Shawls;
Bombazines; Al'pin**; and a large variety of similar
goods.
To those who answer our call, we guarantee that the
styles.qual ties ami prices shall meet their most sanguine
expectations.
JEWETT A PRESCOTT,
No. 2, Milk Street, Boston.
September 1,1850. 3mll
NEW J&OODST
J. S. SETT ALL.
FRONT STREET, 9
HAS just received a large assormeut of all kiiufcand
qualities of
WEST INDIA GOODS, PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, PAINTS,
OILS, d^c. c.
which he will sell at the very lowest prices.
He has constantly on hand a girod assortment of FISH
of all kinds.
SHIP STORES,
of the best quality supplied on favorable terms.
Sept 23,1850. 2ml4
Watches! Sth Watches!!
JUST received at CHINA HALL, the largest assort
meatof Gold and Silver Watches ever offered in this
place. Consisting of English Levers, Anchor do, Le
pine, Quarter Virge. Half Plates, Ac.
O*’Please call and examine, for these watchea must
be sold very low All watches sold at this establish
ment are warranted in every reaped.
S. W. HEATH A Co.
Bath, Sept 17. 13tf
Sagadahoek Oyster Haase.
THE ,ub*crib«r respectfully announces to the
eitixens of Bath that he has just opened a
new nnd splendid OYSTER SALOON, in Har*
vey’s Brick Block, Front St, where he will be
happy to wait upon any who may call.
JOHN S. YOUNG.
Bath, Hay 23, 18S0. tf48
Crockery, Glass aid Chiaa Ware.
JUST received al China Hall,an extensive assortment
of Crockery, Glass and China Ware, and will be sold
at *re«r Bar taint.
tf 13 S. W. HEATH A Co.
. Ill --
F, BROWN’S WORM LOZENGES,
ARE ifee most valuable aud certain medicine eycrdis"
"■covered for destroying and expelling all kinds o>
worms which so frequently trouble children. They art
a mostexctllent remedy and are as pleasant to the taste as
any common epnfectionery. They differ from all other
wormio»e..ge...tl,ey hav# no mercury in them,
fhousaads of boxes have been sold within the last few
„ A.G PAGE, agent for Bath.
N. B. Bewareofcounierfeits lyill
®rtr’» CJewiiag aid Wuhiag Pluid.
T 5*rln« arUcl« y«l discovered—ma
J. king the clothes perfectly clean in one quarter the usu
*!» ‘mCrW ?°il !!• Iu* ***& with little labor. Warrant
ed to give satiafecuon or the money refunded_TRY IT !
1 A. G. PAGE, Agent for Bath.
Anodyne or Poor Mon's Plaster
PRICE 12,^ cents for a large size This plaster is re
commended with the greatest confidence : in fact ilia
recommended with! hatconfidenceifobtained 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,
sidesJtreast, limbs, neck,joints, rheumatism, lumbago
Ac. There have been thousands of them sold, and not '
one tingle instance has occurred where they have not
givenrelief. 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,agentfor Bath.
N. B. Beware ofcounterfeits. Iy21
Sea Otter Oil!
For preset ving and beautifying the Hair.
DOSTON, Dec. 1838. Dr. Frederic Brown : I certify
"that I have used the Otter Oil which it put up by you
for dryness of i he hair and dandruff on the head; Ido
think it superior to any other oil I ever used. It makes
the hair soifi, and gives it a fine glossy appet *ance,and
the hair does aot dry up again, as it does aflet osing any
other kind of oil. Therefore i can most cord com
mend it to all who are afflicted with a dry and umieal
thy head of hair. I think any one by using it a short
time will find it a very valuablearticle.
Gzo. F. Borrit.
A.G PAGE, agent for Bath
N B. Beware of counterfeits! Iy2l
BROWN’S SARSAPARILLA & TOMATO BITTERS,
'ViiE most used aud best known balers before the pub
•*■110. These bilters are warranted lo be a purely ve
getable compound—and mark this,fCr^they never do the
least xnjary to anyone whatever 11 bus been used in the
private practice of the most successful physicians lor a
long time with great success, hi puriiying the blood and
in 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 noris the
article recommended as such, like most of the quack
medicines, but for effect mg the purpose for which it is
designed, there is nothing that has proved itself so wor
thy ofthe public confidence as this celebrated compound.
The whole vegetable kingdom does not furnish two
substances soadunrably ailapieii to purify, nourish and
invigorate the human system. These bitters have all the
effect ofthe powerful purgutives. when used in sutfleint
quantity, und yet arc so mild in their operation ihat
they may begiven to persons in most delicate health with
perfect safety. They are ulso very agreeable to the
taste. There have been many remarkable cures in 'his
town, of which referenc s will begiven by
A.G. PAGE, only agent in Bath.
N- B. Beware ofcounterfeitsand imitations.and not
; risk health to save a few cents. Iy21
_
'BROWN’S COUGH LOZENGESi
THESE lozenge* are the best,safest. «nd most effectu
al remedy now in nsefor colds, coughs.consumption,
asthma, quiiicy. influenza, and all pulmonary affection*,
attended with tightness of the chest, spitting of blood,
pain in the side, loss of sleep, weakness &r. The receipt
has been highly approved and they are daily recommen
ded by many of oar most distinguished physicians, who
speak oft hem in the highest terms of praise.
iytil A. G.PAGE, agrat for Bath.
F. Brown's Toothache Drops.
FOR the cure oft he worst toothache by its application
*■ a few limes. This is the only compound winch effec
tually kills the nerve ol'the defective tooth wnhoutihe
least pain or injury to the others. It is warranted not to
contain the least arid or kreo*«>te. which i* so injurious
to the other teeth, and so poisonous in it* effect*.
A. G. PAGE, agent iu Bath.
N. B. Beware of counterfeit s. Iytil
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 Imard of officers, is
in a flourishing condition, doing ;t lair business,
and continue to insure different kinds of prop
erty,deemed not too hazardous, against loss or
damage by fire,on favorable terms, tor 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 a* niters.
The second class Risks are Dwelling
Houses, Barns, &o., and property therein, in
villages anti 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.
DIRECTOR*—Charles Davenport, Peleg Wads
worth, W. V, Moses, Freeman II. Morse, J.B.
Swanton, Jr., Freeman Clark, John Hayden ami
Abie I Avery.
Applications for instil anre 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. MOSF.S, Treas’r.
PELEG WADSWORTH, Sec’y.
Bath, May 21,1850 . 6tu48
Iron Foundry
—AND—
MACULAE SHOP,
RAMARISCOTTA MILLS, ME.
FBI HE suhscriliers having been in the above
B. business three years, arc now prepared to
furnish castings at short notice, and on favora
ble terms. Titey manufacture Windlass Pur
chases, tinarter Blocks, .Vhcives , Hawser, Stern,
Deck and Side Pipes, Belaying Pins, Chocks,
&c., all of the latest patterns.
FOIC HILLS !
Shafting Gears, Wing anti Plate Gudgeons,
Iron Buckets, Riins, Cranks, Boxes, also Saw
Arbars, Boxes for Mill Stone Eyes. Ilbcs for
Carts and Wagons, Doe Plow Casting and
most kinds ofcastings for
Agriculture, Ship-Building, and
Machinery.
They have also purchased of the Proprietor
the right of the
MIN'S WATER WHEEL,
(Known by some as the Lawton Whiti)
for the County of Lincoln. 11 is a most valuable
' mention, where the saving of water is an im
portant consideration. They are perfectly ad
ay ;ed to Tide Mills, as they will run equally as
w»ll with any given htad under as out of water,
Their advantages are very great under low heads
of water, as saw mills and other machinery may
be driven rery fast under four fee} head and fall.
They arc st. enclosed as not to ffeexe in winter,
and in construction they are simple, chenp and
durable, being made ol cast iron, and they are
geared with less than half the expense of the
common Tub Wheel, besides other advantages
too numerous to mention here.
Persons who wish to improve their Mills, are
invited to call and examine one in operation at
this Foundry.
There are, also, foui saws driven by one at the
Damariscotta Mill, near this Foundry.
Undoubted reference will be given as to its
merits. LOTHROP & HIGGINS.
Damariscotta Mills, Jan. 81,1850. Iy32
Paint your Roofs.
BLAKE’SPaientPaint oi ArtificialSIate.for
aalein an, quantity by
KENDALL,RICHARDSON &Co.
The value of thisa rlicle will be aeen by the
followingceriilicnteslroni gentlemen who have
used it and proved ilnndQrilinf qualities.
Mr. Blake — Dear Sir,—I had a building
adjoining the wall ofiny atone Cotton Factory,
Iheroof ofwhioh was covered with your Fire
proof Paint or Artificial Slats. The factory
look fire, and during the progress of its destruc
tion, Urge numbers ofburnin. shinglesand olh
ei combustible materials fell upon this roof.so
oovered, and I expected every moment to see it
burst into flames, bat after the faolory burned
down I examinedsaid roofand found it literally
covered witb coals and cindera, but the fire had
not made the least impression npon it. After
thistest, therecertaioly can be no doubt aato
its fire-proof qualities.
Roobester, Sept.,1848. SETH C. JONES.
Ahxrkar Hotel, )
Broadway, New York, Oel, 4th, 1848. 5
Mr. Blake—Sir:—We last Spring cov
ered the roof ofthe American, with yoar Fire
proofPaint. Wenow find that it hue become
ashard aaslale, and the almeat constant tread
oftheaervanls (whouse the top ofthehouaefor
drying clothes) does not affect it in the least,
and it proveaall that it waa recommended,
tfgTABER k BAGLEY
NEW BONNET BOOBS
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~ CHEAT SALE OF *
Carpetiags, Rags, Hats, He.
SMITH St ROBINSON.
•O St 99 Middle Street, Portland.
INTENDING to remodel their Carpet Rooms and
Chamber., will.ell their stock at auctio,i,Tlou"o
•uit purchasers,commencing on
Tuesday, Feb. 5th, at 10 o’eluck,
and continue uiitilall are sold, rather than store the same
during the improvements.
Previous to that lime, GREAT BARGAINS can bn
had by calling at their
Dry Goods, Carpet, Matress, Fea
ther and
UPHOLSTERY WAREHOUSE.
J«n. 8. tfi»
To Let.
A SMALL TENEMENT to let. Apply to
CLARK It SEWALL.
May 22. _48tf
To Let.
A FRONT Room over the atore of T. H. G .
, *larston,«uiiable for an Office. For terms
•Pj&,0», 1849, JOHN TUCK«;
Hoase Lots It Fsr Silf,
and Stores to Let.
MTHAT well known .nd de.ir.ble lot of land
.mimed on IV*«hinglnn Sireel, between Ihe
dwelling house of W V. k O Mo.k. Vnd till
Bath Hotel, will be sold .liogeihei, or ju
smaller lots, to suit purchasers.
ALSO—The remaining Slock of an Apothecary ant*
Druggist.
Also—To Let, two brick stores, on the snath side ofi
Broad St., next door east of ihe store of Field k Reed,
and opposite that of Z. Hyde k Co., also the celler linden
the same. Apply to
CHARLES DAVENPORT, 1 4u..M1
JOHN DF.ERIAG, )
Ralb, April 8, IS50 ttlf
For Sale.
1 20 Hoose lota,situated rn pieman!
A\/p«rUorthecity—prieeefaom 50to $70ft
per lot. WM. WINSLOW.
Oven Doors.
FOR sale wholesale or retail, Oven Doors, Ash Pit
Door*, and Boilers put up the best and cheapest its
the city by 51 W. WALKER It CO.
Clocks! Clocks!!
O DAY Gothic Clocks, with and without alarm* ; 90 hear
u Gothic nnd plain cases, with and without alarms ; a Erst
arte assortment just received and for sale cheap bv
1T. H. G. NAR8TON.
Paper Hangiags.
A LARGE assortment now opening and for safe hr
SAWYER A MAGOVH,
Stoves ! Stoves !!
nev will be refunded.
June 5. 1*50
HPHE sahseribcrs hava
on hand and are now
selliue si the lowest fk*
cks, S T O V E S o.l every
dcwnpuim, wuiieui which
are heavier, better finish
ed, amt more perfect than
any others in »>e. We
warrant them, and if, upon
trial of thirty days,do not
prove satisfactory, the mo
w. WALKER & CO.
50
Chapin's Atmospheric Churn.
Patented May 9, 1848.
HAS been fully tented by some nf the most experienced
Dairymen in Kennebec County, for the veer pant,
and in now offered to Farmers, by the Proprietors as the
hist Churn ever used iu Maine. Sold in Hath bv
52 W P MARSTON.
lew Furniture Store!
Opposite Sagadahoik Ferry, Hodgkin's Wharf.
J. B. HUDSON,
INTEND8keeping ail kinds of asefo I articles
in thefurniture line, such ns Bureaus, Bed
steads. Feat hers, Chairs, Tables, &c. &e.
Furniture Painting done in good style, inany
[ color,and work repaired and varnished. All
favorrthankfullyreceivedand promptly execut
ed.
Bath,Nov. 2,1848. 19
Dr. L. Cirardb,
Formerly of Paris,
OULIl inform his numerous patients on the
▼ » Kennebec, that in future lie w ill confine
himself to olfire practice, nod he consulted dai
ly, personally or by letter, at his residence
2 Elliot, 2d door from Washing
ton Si., BOSTON.
Ur. L CJ. is u member of the reformed prac
tice, and uses no merewry whatever, he was per
formed the greatest cuter of any physician living
in the following diseases, viz: .Spine and Hip
Complaints, lameness and deformity of evert
description, consumption, phthsir, cancer, scrof
ula, sore legs, fever sores, white swellings,
dropsy, dyspepsia, erisipelas , liver complaints,
kidney and gravel. Female weakness, etc—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 pan of the Country as
usual.
ftadam L. Girard in,
at the request of a number of invalids, unable
to visit Boston, will visit 13aih. and remain at
the Sagadahock House from Tuesday evening,
15th of Oct., till Thursday noon Oct. 17th,—
where she can be consulted gratis. Ladies
wishing to consult one of their own sex, well
qualified to treat such cases as the above, with
as much success as the Dr himself, she being
perfectly acquainted wiflall kinds of medi
cines used in his practice for the last fourteen
years.
Mrs. L. C. was graduated as a female Phys
ician in 1824 in Paris, has b en 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 commnnics
tions (post paid,) will be attended to. Medi
cine sent to any part of the country.
April 20, 1850. 4$
Notice!
THE Copartnership heretofore existing under
the name of ARNOL D & ROGERS, is ibis
day dissolved bv inntualconsenl, and all demands
against the firm » ill be settled hy WII. ROG
ERS. AUGUSTUS ARNOLD.
WILLIAM ROGERS.
N. B.—All persons indebted to said concern
are requested to make payment to Ws. ROG
ERS, and thereby save farther trouble.
Bath, Feb 15, I860 tf35
TAXES!J
NOTICE is hereby given, that by a vote of the City
Council, all persons who voluntarily pav thetr taxes
within thirty days of this date, eight per cent; in $0 days
six percent will be discounted ; if not paid in three months,
they will be sued. AMM1 R. MITCHELL,
__ „ _ Treat, and Collector.
IN. B. The Treasurers Office will be open every week
day afternoon, from 2 to 7)* o'clock.
Bath, June 27, 1850. jrf
Children's Hats aid Caps.
TIARN8I11 ORTH 4 BROOKS have this day re.
X reived from JVew York, a fine assortment of near
style Children’s and Infant,' HATS and CATS, which
will besolb low. 1
Bath.Auell.lR30. 3
§. Page’s Vegetable Syrup,
FJR females, and valuable remedy. ju*r rec’o by *
_ A G PACK, Afnl/ar Bath
New (woods.
At the Auotton Store of Cwen 4 Co., received ihla
morning, and for sale cheaper than ever
Ju|) 31_1_OWEN 4 CO.
All Kinds
OF Sommer Goods selling ai txtremem low prim, by
Aug 21,50. 9 OWEN* CO.
.Moaslia de Laises,
PRINTS. Mohair Good*, new and beautiful *lylc*»ut
the Auction Room. OWEN A Co
IurdwIbeT”
The subscribers have a largs »“<* "* 1 *•”
lectetl stock ol Hardware. Oils. Window
Glass, Carpenter's Tools,
sold very ohVap. MITCHELL & LOW
*ath, May 33, 1850.__48
TT1TI0W HOTEL,
SAN FRANCISCO,
° CaUfwnia.
THIS Establishment has been recently felted
Mum III Pacific Si, near Sanaonte, whieh ia eon.
venlenl lo the business parts of Ike oily, also
lo the City Hall, and oiber public buildings:—
end Witsin a few minutes walk of ibe principal Steam
boat landings. .... , ...
The Proprietor, from bis long experience in the bast
■■ess in the City of New York, (having bean connected
wnk Lovejer’a Hotel (hr several years) (bets conCdrm
that those who any visit kis Hoess will fend tbeve the
eemfona of a home GEORGE BROWN.
San Francleeo, Aog., 1890. twill Proprietor.
Cutlery aid Brittaaia Wares
500S&S£ Ivory and common Table Catlery
CASTORS from SO cents, td MS.
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