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CHERRIES, Damsons, Rhubarb,—In fine order, for s.tle at the City Market hyA. C. I* \CP Stewart’s Steam Refine (I Candy. i> CASES of the best assortment of Confectionary, consisting ol the common kii ds. Also, Fruits, Toys, and every thing usually made in the line, ree d this day at BOWLES. Jar. 20. _ _ Maine Wesleyan Seminary. THE Spring Term will commence »he 1st of March. It will be much to the advantage of Students, to he present at the commencement of the Term. They will find good accommodations to hotrd or for boarding themselves. II. P. TORSEY, Sec’y. Kent’s Hill Jan. Ut 1848. \v!3 Drawing Lessons and Lceturcs. THE undersigned intend* opening a day and eve. ning Drawing School, as soon as a sufficient number of scholars can be obtained. 'Those gentlemen who attend the evening class will receive the benefit of a course of lectures on perfec tive drawiwo, which will be explicit enough for all practical purposes. Those who may imagine they hnve no natural taste for drawing, need not he discouraged from attempting to learn, as thb objection Is readily overcome by the application of a mechanical rule. Names can he left at the Rooms of Mr. Morrison 01 with the subscriber. TERMS— Day Class, $2,50 for 24 lessons. Evening Class, $3,50 for24 lessons. C. W KING Rath, Jan. 25, 1848. Moves. VESSELS’ STOVES ol nil sizes foi aale l.v WILLARD WALKER. Bath, April 7.1M7 wQ5 New hoods! DV. KENDALL has taken the Store on On* I • tre Street owned bv Win Ledyard, nearly op p**site Dr Weld’s and lias received on consignment, a general assortment of W. I. GOODS. GROCER IES &• PROVISIONS, and as he intends to adopt the cash system, will sell cheap. Rntn, Jail J6, 1848. d72 CLEAR & MESS PORK, Lard, Hotter, Cheese, &c. for sale cheap liy D. V. KENDALL, Agent. ARRIVED. 0 400 Bushels CORN. 235 ilo Bulled MEAL. 50 do It YE. 300 Bids Oenesee FLOUR. 25 do Clear PORK • 12 Casks CIIEESE. 10 Boxes do . Now landing from Sell Delaware from New York, and for sale by J. D. ROBINSON. Bath, Jan 96, 1848. d7d Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership in bn#iness heretofore existing under the firm of PURINTON 6c DRINKWA TER, is this day dissolved i»y mutual consent of par lies CYRUS M. PURINTON, JOSEPH S. DRINKWATER. Tops ham, Jan. 21, 1848. J3vvl5 The undersigned hereby gives nc lice that he is au thorized to collect and settle nil demands against said firm. JOSEPH S. DRINKWATER. Stoves! Stoves!! f|1IIE Subscribers would inform t'*e public that they 1- have a large assortment of Cooking and other .Stoves, which they will sell very cheap. They also continue to keep a good supply of the celebrated STEWART STOVES, which they will sell WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, as cheap as can be bought in New England. MITCHELL & LOW. Bath, Jan. 26, 1818. d72wI5 GOURAUD’S celebrated ROUGE, Lilly-white, and Pouches SuLtiles*, for sale at Jan. 17._ HYDEN »S. Wanted! MEN to proceed to Bristol to cut cord wood.— •!V The lot is situated near Pemaquid Point ‘*e tween the Johns and Pemaquid Risers—growth heavy —quality, spruce and white pine. Price for cutting, 50 cents per cord. Kmploymeut will be given until May. Board can be had within fifteen minutes walk oir Horn the lot at $!,(>7 per week. Axes and handles can hs bough* on the lot. For further particulars enquire of A. S. Dennis on the lot, or of 12d64—3w44 .J. M. KEEP, Bath. To the Hon. County Commissioners for Lincoln County: rwiHE undersigned inhabitants of said County would 1. respectfully represent that by an act of the Legis lature a company lias been dill)' organized to build a bridge over Back River,(so called) front land of John llodgdou, in Westport, to the opposite shore in the town of Woolwich, near Andrew Tarbox’s; and that they arc about contracting for the building and com pleting of tiie same at an early day, which when done will very much convene the public travel; We there fore ask your honorable body, after due notice to lay out a public highwav, beginning at said bridge in Westport, thence easterly and southerly to the main highway near Moses Jewell’s North line, or at such a place as may best convene the public ; also to lay out and straighten the road froin said Bridge, on laud of A. Tarbox, in the town of Woolwich, to Sagadaliock Ferry ; also to lay out a toad from the eastern end of said Bridge across the dyke («o called) lending to the main road ill Westport. SAMUEL TARBOX, Westport, Oct. 1, *847. and thirty six others. LINCOLN, as —At a meeting of the County Commis sioners, begun and holden at Wiscnssel, within unit foe said County, on the second Tuesday of Jan uary, A.D., 1848. ON live foregoing Petition , Ordered, That the Peti tioners eive notice to all persons and Corporations interested, that the County Commissioners will meet at the house of Andrew Tarbox, in Woolwich, on the twentieth day of Apiil, A.D. 184s4, at 10 o’clock A.M.,* when they will proceed to view the road described in their petition, and immediately after, at some conve nient place in the vicinity, will hear the parties and w itnesses. mid pioceed to do such other things in the premises as by law may be required, by causing an at tested copv of their Petition and this Older thereon, to be served upon the Town Clerks of the towns of Westport and Woolwich, also by posting up copies of the same in three public places in each of said towns, and by publishing the same in The Northern Tribune, a newspaper printed at llatb in the County of Lincoln, three weeks successively ; the service upon the Town Clerks of the said towns of West port and Woolwich, and posting up of said copies,and the first publication in The Northern Tribune, to be thirty days at least before the time of said meeting, that all persons in l<a.r**sted may then and there appear, and shew cause, (if any they have) why the prayer of said Petitioners should r.ot be granted. Attest: E. B. BOWMAN, Clerk. Copy Attest: E. B. Bowman, Clerk. Jan. 20, 1847._3w15_ | Notice. 4 Lis Persons havin? accounts against Hie Estate of \ the late JONATHAN PIERCE, of Townsend, are requested to present the same, and nil persons in dented to Hie said estve ate requested to settle th? s nne within one month, or they will tie placed in thi hands n( ail attorney for collection. KiRicr*' Townsend, Jan. 27, 1848. owla Crowell & Baxter, tailoiis, FRONT STREET, KEEI* constantly on hand a good assortment of CLO rift*, CASSIMERKS, and VEST INCAS, f’-r which they expect a fair price. Just enll iitnl examine. Until. Nev 5, 1847- rid— wO Partnership Notice. SAW4EB &, GILBERT, (Successors to Sawyer $ Seuall,) COUNSELLORS Sc ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Olfice opposite the Elliot House, Hath. J^fS. Sc O. will continue business at the office late ly occupied by Sawyer Sc Sewn 11, and will attend the several CuurU in Lincoln and KenntbecCounties, nnd devote themselves exclusively to the business of tlie profession. It. F. SAWYER.. Bath, Nov.H, 1847.—3.n W. GILBERT’. Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership in business heretofore existing under t he Drill of Dennison Sl Thohnto*, in this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. AM Ml I*. DENNISON, Z. T. TliOBNTON. Bath, May 25, 1847. The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will continii to carry on the business of the late firm of Dennison & Thornton in all its branches; that nl demands against the firm wlil he settled by, and all debts due the same be paid to him. d73tf Z. T. THORNTON. TALLMARf & SEWALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law, HATH, MR. Office on Front Street, opposite the Elliot House. T. & 8. will pinctice in the several Courts in Lin coin, Cumberland and Kennebec Counties, and will devote their attention exclusively to tiie business of their profession. IIe.miy Tallmapc, Frederic 0. Rewall. Bath, Jan. 6, 1818. 0d55—5wl2 Notice. rpO whom it may concern- This certifies that l ■ have this day given to CHARLES WYLIE, my ron, his time to act and trade for himself, and shall hereafter claim none ol his earnings, or pay any of his debts. ROBERT WYLIE. Witness :—William Carlisle. Boolhbav. Jan. I ,J848 HwI2* _ Fish. JUST received a lotof prime COD FISH,(or sale by J 8. SEWALL. Kennebec & Portland Rail Road. TV] U I IU L is hereby pi veil I hat A’ further assessments of Five dollars each, have been made upon each share subscribed for ill me capital Mock ol the KEIN.NEHKU & POK’I LANI) R\lLROAh COMPANY, and that the same will lie tine and payable as follows: The Fourth aud Fifth assessments January I, 1848. The Sixth and Seventh assessments February 1, 18*18. The Fight It assessment March 1, 1848. The Ninth anti Tenth assessments April 1, 1848. Bv older of tile President and Directors. JOSEPH M’KEEN. Treasurer, Brunswick Nov. 24 1848. N. B. Stockhddersat Bath and vicinity, will pleasa to pay the above assessments at theSagadahnck Bank Brunswick Seminary. fT'HI3 School is divided into Mule and Female De 1 partmenis, each of which is under the care of experienced Teachers. Tina arrange meat secures the successful introduction ot all the Branches of Eauca lion usually taught in our Seminaries ami Boarding Schools, including Drawing, Painting, Needle, work and Music, (all thoroughly taught for the low terms of from $3,00 to $5,00 per qualter.) Numerous Lectures are given on Chemistry, Bota ny, Philosophy and Astronomy, which are illustrated with suitable apparatus. These branches are taught with a special reference to their application in Agii culture and the Useful Arts. An accomplished Teacher will give lessons on the Piano at $d per term. A few pupils will be accommodated with board in the family of the Principal, (at $1,75,) where they will have every care from the Teaclieis, and not he exposed in stormy weather; as the School is under the same roof. This School possesses a small select Library, an.! collections in Mineralogy, Geology, Conchology and Botany. J£J“The WINTER TERM will commence on Mon da r, 2Utli inst. G. 0. SWALLOW, Principal. Brunswick. Dec. I, 1847. d93w? Last Notice but One. \LL persons indebted to the subsciiher will call on JOHN B. SWANTON, Jr.. and untile withou* delay. ARABELLA 8. PIERCE. Bath, Nov. 1. 1847. d.'l—w l Just licccivcu, TUB Fall Styles of Hats. AI<o new style men’s Calf Boots, A__, the best that were ever brought into ACTS this market, superior to the “ Bel cher Boot.” ^ A good assortment of Congiess uuvi? <iiiu k'mica. A new and HU|>erior article of Rubber Shoes. Inge tiler with his general slock. LURING S. FISHER Bath, Hi » 8, 1847. d;,w4lt TO THE AFFLICTED ! DR. 9s. Gilt A It DIN, Formerly of Pnrflo, (IAN lie consulted as usual at his residence, No. 2 > Albany St. Boston, opposite the United Slates Hotel. Persons afflicted with the following diseases will do well to make immediate application, viz : Lameness, of every description, Spine and llip Com* plaints. White Swelling Sciofula, Cancer-, malipiau Sores of every kind, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Cont sumption, Liver Complaints, Epileptic Fits, Catarrh, Dropsy, Kid*»ey and Bladder affections, Rheumatism, Phthisic, Asthm i. &c., 4*c., Cures warranted in all cases lie undeitakes. Dr. L. Chardin has had fifteen years, extensive practice in the above Diseases, and is a member of the Medical Reformed Practice, and uses no mercury in any cases whatever. Dr. L. Chardin, to accommodate his large number of patients on the Kennebec, will visit Bath the first Wednesday and Thursday of December, February and April. Bovvdoinliaui, Nov. 31), Feb. l?t, and April 3d. Brunswick December 3, February 4 and April 7. Boston, Dec. I, 1^47. dly 184—w34 Marine Insurance 2 rpllE Subscriber having received the Agency of the 1 CAMDEN INSURANCE COMPANY. J., (Chartered 1832) for the City of Portland and vicinity, will issue Policies to an amount not exceed inp $5|(I00 on any one risk, on vessels, cargoes and freights, on as favorable terms as other institutions.— l.osses sustained will be promptly and honorably ad justed, and paid in money enrrent at the Hanks in this city, within thirty days after proof of the lossand adjustment, and ill care of dispute in the settlement of claims, the company will abide the decisions of the Courts of tlis State of Maine. C'AI.GB S. CARTER, Agent, 45 Exchange St. Portland, Dec. CO, 1847;. 7,8d49 TO THE PUBLIC ! FARNSWORtF & BROOKS, KING’S BUILDING, FRONT STREET, IFF.ST SIDE, OPPOSITE I HE HEAD OF IIODG- i KINS' WHARF, Continue to otl'er at the I. OWES T It A T E S Faehiunalde and nil other varieties and qualities of HATS! Cloth, Fur and Fur Baud, Plush, Velvet, and every other kind of CAPS. All kinds of CLOTHING! — \LSO— Famishing Goods and Furs! A large and rich variety of articles for SEAMEN! Different qualities and patterns of TRUNKS AND VALISES! Ladies’ and Gents’ CARPET IIALS I A prime lot of BUFFALO ROBES ! &C. &C. <XtC. We have an Extensive Assortment of the above named descriptions of Goods, all of the Best kind. Our Hats ate of the Best Quality—as good as can he found in the Country. We have every style Caps, which we offer at nnprecedently low rates. The Clothine sold by us Is of Su periorquulity and well made. Our Prices are so low tha we feel confident of satisfying every one. We adhere to our Motto, “ QUICK SALES AMD SMALL PROFITS.” Farnsworth & ltrooks. King’s Building, Front Street, OrrO.ITE THE HEAD OF IluDGKINn’ WmaRF, Bath, Jan. 05, 1848. eod w7S Gold Pens, FOR $1.50, for sale by J. HAYDEN. Bath, Jan. 17. New styles shell counts, Caineo a.id Stone TINS, Topaz, Carnet and Turquoise RINGS, Gold PENCILS ; Silver do. Gold GUARDS, KEN S & CHAINS, Silver FRUIT KNIVES, Silver SPOONS, a large aaiortment, Lever S[ Repine WATCHES, Porte MONNA1ES, and Ivory TABLETS, jurt received nl HAYDEN’S. Hath, Jail. 17. Notice. CARPENTER A CO.’8 EXPRSES will leave Bath for Boston every day in the week, Sunday ex cepted. For further particulars inquire at KENDALL, & RICHARDSON’S. Bath, Jan. 6, 1848. Gentlemen’s Silk Caps! ANEW and superior article, just received and for sale by L. S. F18IIER. JBatli, JamJJO 1848. _ 6d67_ PE LEG WADSWORTH, Agent for the Mammoth, Monmouth Thomaston, I Alaiue (Gorham), liallowell, Holyoke, and Bowdilch .Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. dGOwlS Residence on Green Street, Bath, Me. Notice. The Propiietor? of the“ Fatten Lirraky Associa tion ” are hereby notified that the Room of the As sociation will he open every Wednesday and Satur day Afternoon, from 2 to 4£ o’clock, and Saturday Eve. from 7 to 9 o’clock, for the delivery of Books. Per Order, REUBEN_KA WYER, Librarian. flats, Caps, &c. DAV/S HATCH has just made an addition to his former atock, and is prepared to supply his cua , Corners with the LATEST STYLES in I lints, Caps, Boots and .Shoes, | Amongwhich he has the Alvord Hats, the finest arti cle now worn. Also a superior article of French Boots. j Call and see. Bath, April24,1847. dl5f»w28tf KEN DA LL & RICH ARDSON are prepared to fur nish Hemp and Cotton Duck on as good terms ar .«ii he had i n Boston. Patent Windlass Gear. QUIP Builders would do well to call and examine new and improved article of Patent Windlass purchase,just received by Z. HYDE A. CO. Hath, Mnv‘>n i«47 3wl Cocoa Nuts. FCfWI Prime Flesh Nuts in good order, received at BOWLES. > Maple Sugar and Candy. ONE ase of Prime Sugar and Candy, received at BOWLES. Honey ! CLEAR Strained Honey, for salt* at BOWLES. ilLOUuT CO UN, KYFm AI’BLES and * ClIEESE—in store and lor sale by Jan 17. (UA J. D. ROBINSON. Onions, ^WEET POTATOES, Squash, Apples, Figs, Grapes and Raisins, for sale l»y Dec 29, 1817. M. F. GANNETT. IATTEBSAU/S II«ave I*ovv<lcrs for Horses. A SURE cure for Heaves, Broken Wind, Coughs, Colds, Glanders, Butts, and Worms. For sale at tlie “City Market, 1 by A. G. RAGE. Agent for Bath. Kaisins, Figs and Grapes, I7»ItESll and in good older. For sale at ____ __BOWLES. Hemp and Cotton Seine Twines. OF all size*, together with a complete assortment of FISi-l IiOOK.8, constantly for sale upon the best terms by JOSEPH WEST (f CO. Dec 28. lHwll 5 Dock Square, Boston. efcP—*6 3JU *mpn •sjkod |v8pi piOAH Fniji pun ‘8fr8r •X.iwnuiif jo l*jy oiji ajnjaq J0 HBVD Ji,lD!3 *0|MM *» puu h«doj ‘uitq oi i«p*p ui Huosiad (lu ampe crifloAV ‘uoaiHHYiaoxs •» *x 'aa ■3 OllO N Flour! Flour!! If)A Rbls. Genesee and Ohio Flour, now landing I Vlf an,| in *t„re, tor sale and will be delivered to ally part of Hie city free of truckage, by T. S. TREVETT Bath, Dec 31, 184^dStk-ltw 12_ Figs; JC ST received a tot of Flesh FIGS. :)ec28 4. 3. SEWALL. Gracfenberg Company’s Office. 50 Broad way, New York, Sept. 24 Ih, 1847. The very great increase of the (.AAErrsnrnu Com business in New England, has rendered it nec essary to re orgnnize tbe General Agency there. This is Iherelore to certify, Hint the Nrw Ekslanb Branch of THE Gkaefenbero Comeahv.Is now established at No. 154 Washington street,Boston, and that Mr.Edtcin C. Burma is duly appointed Secretary of said Branch ; and that lie is aitlhorized to establish Local Depots, and to grant riglits to vend the company 's Medicines. Every Agent must have a certificate wtlh the seal ot the Compuny thereunto, signed by its Secretary and countersigned by the uforesnid Branch Secretary. No one is antliorized lo sell the Company's Medicines w ithout such certificate. EDWARD BARTON, Secretary. GRAEFENBERG MEDICINES. The undersigned is fully prepared to establish a Graefenbero Depot ill ml places of proper size in New England (except the State of Connecticut, and that portion of Vermont west of the Green mountains) and also In the British I’rovinces of New Brunswick and Nova Srntla. Immediate application should be made.eithei personally or hy letter. Aa there will or dinarily be but one Depot in a town or village, the Agency will he very valuable. I lie leading article to which public attention is in vtted is the GRAEEENBERG VEGETABLE FILLS, of which 30,000 boxes are sold each and every week.— J he following complaints yield with certainty 10 their power; -Asthma, Bilious Complaints, Catarrh, Co stive vess, Dyspepsia, Erysipelas, Imperfect Digestion. Fluor •Rlous, Green Sicknees, Heartburn, Headache, Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Rheumatism, and various diseased of the Stomach. In all Chronic Complaints the most implicit reliance may be placed upon them. Price 95 cents a box. I he names of the other medicines are as follows ; THE CHILDREN’S PANACEA* For summer complaints, dysentery, and all other af lections of tho stomach and bowels, it is ini*llitle« Price 50 cents a bottle. THE GRAEFENBERG SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. Warranted to make twn quarts superior to any in the world. Price one dollara bottle. THE GREEN MOUNTAIN VEGETABLE OINTMENT. Wherevei inflammation exists, this ointment is a positive and speedy core. Price 35 and 50 cents a box. THE GRAEFEM1ERG EVE LOTION, For disorders of the Eyes this Lotion has ito equal. For violent inflammation, weakness, or foreign sub stances in tiie eyes, it is an unfailing remedy. Price 35 cents per bottle .with lull directions. THE GRAEFENBF.RG HEALTH BIT* TERS Sovereign to build tip the enervated system, to res tore the appetite and clear the skin. Price 25 cents a package. THE CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM. This most extraordinary article is infallible positively in Consumption, Bronchitis, and Bleeding at the Lungs, It is only sent as ordered at $5 the quart. Consump tives may he sure of finding in this article that winch will not disappoint their hopes. The Qrarftnberg Oaictle, published bv the Company for gratuitous distribution, may be had' on application to any one of their numerous Agents. EDW IN C. BARNES. See’yJV. E Branch. AGENTS-ALBERT G. PAGE. Rath ; R. S. Soule, Freeport; J. A L. O. True, Pownal; B. Randall. No. Pownal ; Wm.G. Hoyt, Durham; IsancN. Davis, Lit t'e River Village; Ohed Merrill, Top.ham ; John II. Haley, Brunswick ; James Sampson, Bowdoinham ; J. W. Avery A Co., Richmond; Cofren A Blalcbford, Augusta ; F. Glazier, Jr., Gardiner. Bee. 27,_ 3 t a w dmos. Return—Return! rpHOSE Baskets you borrowed, and receive the x (thanks oflhe Lender, and Owner. _ A. G. PAGE. Mow is the Time To Subscribe for a Magazine. THE following Magazines comirif nee it uew volume on the first of January. Subsections received at SAWYER’S Bookstore. Magazine* delivered Free of Postage— Giahnm’s Magazine, Columbian, do. Union, do. Ladies’ do. Merchants* do Blackwood, do. Tlie 4 London Quarterly Reviews, American Whig Review, Deiitf cratic Review, Littell’s Living Age. Roston Natches, ^yHOLESALE and Retail, at BOWLES. London Porter, TN quails, pints and half pints, recently imported, and a Brut rate article, for sale at BOWLES. Fresh Oranges. 1!J BOXES of FRESH ORANGES, just re cei«ed and for sale ar the 3dG6 CENTRE STREET MARKET. Oranges & Lemons IN good order, for sale at the “City Market” hy __ A. G PAGE. Cranberries. AFEW BBI.S. in prime order, for sale at the City Market by A. G- PAGE. Sears’ Balsam of Liverwort, FOR Coughs, Colds, Croup, &c., for sale at the City Market, by A. G. PAGE. Connecticut Cheese, OF a superior quality, for sale at the City Market, hy __ a. o. page. Selling Off! THE Stock at the “SOUTH END MARKET” is offered fur sale at very reduced prices, for a few days only. Purchaser* would do well to examine the above stock before purchasing elsewhere. JOHN G. DUNN, Proprietor. Rath, Jan. 17, 1818. The Stove Polish. WE have received more of Raiber’s Ptove Polinh. Those who have not tried it w ill find a great saving in using It. T. HOWLES, Agent. Fresh Lemons and Oranges. jy EVV Fruit received at BOWLES. Best Imported Cigars. OA M. good Spauksh Cigars. Also a lot of cheap Cigars, for sale at BOWLES. On the May from New York. CORN, FLOUR, MEAL, PORK, He CHEnlPE, for sale, to arrive, by J D ROBINSON. Rath, Jaa 29, 1848. __3d09 New York Oysters. 1 t\ RBLS. of Fresh Oysters received this day, and a v for sale at BOWLES. Sweet Potatoes. ^ PRIME article, received at BOVVLES .