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Graefenberg Company’s Office.
50 Broadway, New Yorlt, Sept. 211h, 1847. The very great increase of the Graefenberg t om riRi1, business in New England, bas rendered it nec essary to re organize the General .Agency there. I his is Lherelore to certify, that the New England Branch of ihe Gh.cefenberq Comp a mv, is now established at No. 154 Washington street, Boston, and III .t .Mr.Edwin C. Barms is duly appointed Secretary ofsaid Branch ; and that he is anlhurized to establish l.oeal Depots, and to grant rights to vend the company s Medicines. Every Agent must have a certificate with the seal ol the Com any thereunto, signed by its secretary and countersigned bv the aforesaid Branch r'ecretary No one is authorized to sell the Company s JV calcines without such certificate. EDWARD BARTON, Secretary. GRAEFENBERG MEDICINES. The undersigned is fully prepared to establish a GaAEFENBEKQ IIefot in all places of proper size in New England (except the Stale of Connecticut, and that portion of Vennonlwesl of Die Green mountains) and alao in the British Provinces of New Brunswick and Nova e>. otia. [inmediate application sliould he made, eithe, personally or by leller. As (here will or dinarily he hul one Depot In a town or village, the Agency will he very va'uable. The leading article lo which public attention is in vited is tile GRAEFENBERG VEGE1 ABl.E PILES, of which 30,00J boxes are sold each and every week — The Billowing complaints yield with certainty to their power. A si flam, Bilious Complaints, Caturrh, Costive Mess, Dyspepsia, Erysipelas, Imperfect Digestion. Fluor Albus, Oreo , Slcknces, Heartburn, Headache, Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Rheumatism, and various diseases ot the Stomach 111 all Chbonic Complaints the most implicit reliance may be placed upon them. Price 25 ceats a hoi. The names of the other medicines nre as follows ; THE CHILDREN’S PANACEA. For summer complaints, dysentery, and all other af fections of thn stnniucli and bowels, it is infallible. Price 50 cents a bottle. THE GRAEFENBERG SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. Warranted to make two quarts superior to any in the world. Price one dollar a bottle. THE GREEN MOUNTAIN VEGETABLE OINTMENT. Wherevei inflammation exists, this ointment is a positive and speedy cure. Price 25 and 50 cents a box. TIIK GRAEFENBERG EVE LOTION, For disorders of the Eyes this Lotion ha. ro equal. For violent inflammation, weakness, or foreign sub stances in the eves, it is an unfailing remedy. Price 25 cems per bottle ,with full directions. THE GRAEFENBERG HEALTH BIT TERS Sovereign to build up the enervated system, to res tore the appetite and clear the skin. Price 25 cents a package. THE CONSUMPTIVE’S I1ALM. This most extraordinary article isinfallibte positively in Consumption, Bronchitis, ami Bleeding at the Lungs. It is only sent as ordered at $5 the quart. Consunip lives may be sure of finding in this article that winch will not disappoint their hopes. The Graefenberg Gazette, published by the Company for gratuitous distribution, may be had on application ,o any one of thsir "““Agents. nARNRg< Sec’yJV. E Branch. AGENTS—ALBERT G. PAGE. Hath ; R. S. Soule, Freeport J &. L. C. True, Pownali I). Randall. No. Pownal ; Wm.G. Hoyt, Dnlliam; Isaac N. Davis Lit Pe River Village; Ohed Merrill, Topshain ; John R. Haley, Brunswick ; James Sampson, Bowdoinharn ; J. VV Avery & Co., Richmond ; Cofreii It Blatchloro, Augusta, F. Glazier, Jr., Gardiner. Dec. 2*/, _3 t a w dmos. Return—Return! fT»HOSE Baskets you borrewed, and receive the 1 (thunks of the Lender, and Owner. ^ pAGE Westport Bridge. NOTICE Is hereby given that assessments of twen ty two ner cent his been made upon each share subscribed for in the Capital 8tock of the V\ cat port Bridge Company ; and that the same will beanie due and payable as follows.— The first assessment January 1st, 1848. The second assessment Apiil 1st, 1848. The ' htrcl assessment July 1st, 1848. By order of the Directors, SAMUEL TAKHOX, Treasurer of Bridge. yj. B.—The stockholders at Hath and vicinity will please to pay the above assessments at the Lincoln Da n r • j 4B.ai in Westport, Dec 15,1847. d4~w 10 City Dagucrrian Gallery. J. W. C. BIORRISOM, AT hid old rooms, lour doois North of the Elliot House. Front rit., continues tolurnish pictures in the best style of the art. and nnsurpas.ed by any in the country. . Mr. Morrison would Invite the public to call and ex amine specimens of his work, among which may be found many familiar faces, depicted with the utmost truthfulness and beauty. Pictures taken of sick and deceased persons by Icav ihe orders at his rooms. Views of Buildings and Landscapes taken, without . bZBtUr: August21, 1847. 248d45wtf Sea Otter Oil For Preserving and Beautifying the hair. Boston, l)ec. 1838. nr. Frederick Brown t I certify that I have used the Otter Oil which is put up by von. For dryness ol the hair anti dandruff on Ihe head, 1 do think it superior to any other oil I ever used. It makes the hair soft, and gives It aline and glossy appearance, and the hall does not dry up again, as it does after using any other kind of oil. i hereforel can most cheerfully recom mend it to all that are afflicted with a dry and un healthy head of hair. I think any one by using it a short time will find ita very valuable article (iso. F. Bowser. A. G. PAGE, Agent tor Bath. Notice. CARPENTER <k. UO.’ri EXPRSE8 will leave Bath for Boston every day in the week, Sunday ex cepted. For further particulars inquire nl . „ KENDALL tc RICHARDSON’S. Bath, Jan. 6, 1848. Partnership Notice. SAW A ER &. GILBERT, (Successors to Sawyer et Setcall,) COUNSELLORS & ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office opposite Ihe Elliot House, Bath, s. & G. will continue business at the office late ly occupied by Sawjerfc Bewail, and will attend the several Courts in Lincoln and Kennebec. Counties,and devote themselves exclusively to the business of the profession* U. P. SAWYER, Bath , Nov.6, 1847.—3m W. GILBERT. TALLMAN & SEWALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law, HATH, ME. Office on Front Street, opposite the Elliot House. T. & S. will practice in the several Courts in Lin coln, Cumberland and Kennebec Counties, and will devote their attention exclusively to the business of ihi ir profession. Henav Tallmx*. Faxnraic D. Sewul. Bath, Jan. 6, 1848. 6d55-5w 12 FURNITURE W/* RE ROOM. T;E08»f0Srt THI Esubseriber would invite the attention of those in want of FURNITURE, to his es tablishment on Elm Street, (at the old stand of Dennison &. Thornton,) where w ill be found an extensive assortment of Sofas, Tablets, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Liglit-Stands, Centre Tables, Chairs, Looking Blasses, &c., &c., Of the most thorough finish and workmanship, and at prices as low as at any similar estab lishment in the State. M ANUFACTURING of nil kinds done to order at the shortest notice. The subscriber hopes by close appliealion and personal attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. Purchase rs are respoctfullv invited to call. Z. T. THORNTON. Rath, July 26. Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership in business heretofore existing under the firm of Dennison &. Thohntow, is this _ day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. AM Ml P. DENNISON, Z. T. THORNTON. Bath, May 25,1847. The undersigned hereby eives notice that he will continu to carry on the business of the late firm of Dennison &. Thornton in all its branches; chat al demands against the firm wlil be settled by, and all debts due the same be paid to him. d73tf Z.T. THORNTON. TO THE AFFLICTED! DIC. L. G1KARDIN, Formerly of Paris. CAN be consulted as usual at his residence, No. 2 Albany St. Boston, opposite the United States Hotel. Persons afflicted with the following diseases wil! do well to make immediate application, viz: Lameness, of every description, Hpinc and Hip Com plaints, White Swelling Sciofula, Cancer*, maliguau rfores of every kind, Halt Rheum, Erysipelas, Cont sumption. Liver Complaints, Epileptic Fits, Catarrh, Dropsy, Kidney and Bladder affections, Rheumatism, ! Phthisic, Asthma. &.C., 4*c., Cures warranted in all cases he undertakes. Dr. L. Girard in has had fifteen years, extensive j practice in the above Diseases, and is a member of the Medical Reformed Practice, and uses no mercury i in any cases whatever. Dr. L. Giiardin, to accommodate his large number of patients on the Kennebec, will visit Bath the first Wednesday and Thursday of December, February and April. Bowdoinham, Nov. 30, Feb. 1st, and April 3d. Brunswick December 3, February 4 and April 7. Boston, Dec. 1, 1847. dly 184—w34 STOP THE CARS!! And take a look in at l,oiio.)18, Front Street, IF you want to pur chase first rate ar ticles in the furni ture line, such as So fas, Divans, Ottonri1 ans, &c.M from New, York, Rof»ton,and of his own manufac ture,ol the latest and most splendid styles i ever offered in this .city. Looking Glasses with Gilt ana Manogany r rames, all patterns; Feathers, Of all descriptions, a prime article; CHAIRS, Of every style and finish, ami at all prices; ANTI-BEDBUG BEDSTEADS, A new article ; Brass Time Pieces, Gallery, Gothic, Round & Flat eight day and thirty hour ; a warranted article; Mattresses. Hair, Cotton, Palm Leaf, etc. Chamber Setts. Bureau, Bedstead, Chairs, and Sink, finished to match, either Black Walnut, Oak. Drab, White,or any < color called for, done in a superior style. Together with al< articles in the Furniture Line that can he called for. 8. D. H. has in his employ first rate workmen, and intends to make his establishment compete with any other in the Stale, for styleand finish. Particular at tention paid to ship work ; and all ordered work in , his line attended to with despatch. Boot forget the LONG BOOMS, Front Street. Bath, Sept 27, 1847. d279wt>0tf Lexington I'ire & Narine Ins. o. CHARTERED IN 1838. CAPITAL $1500,000. DIB F.CTORS : JOHN W. HUNT, President. John Brand, VV.S. Waller, M. C. Johnson, D. M. Craig, If. T. Duncan, J. O. Harrison, THOS. 15. BAXTER, Secretary. The undersigned having hern appointed Ag* nts to the aLov* old anil well established Company, are pre pared to make Insurance on Fire or Marine risks, on the most favorable terms. All losses will be promptly and liberally adjusted and paid in Boston Applications by letter will be attended to. IIA LBS &, PAGE, Agents, No. 5 Merchant’s Exchange, The Company refer in Boston 10 \ State st., Boston. Hon. ABBOT LAWRENCE. \ Iy9 A GENERAL ASSORTMENT nf West India Goods, Groceries &. Provisions and Fruit all Fresh and in pood order for retaillne Also a Fresh lot of ORANGES, for sale by VVM. JOY, at the Centre Street Market. Feb. 1. Abel E. Dinslow, RICHMOND, KEEPS constantly on hand a well selected assort ment of Dry and West India Goods, Which he is ready to dispose of at fair prices, for cash or country pioduee. Call and see helnre von nurchase. Richmond, Dec b, IIM7. w8 Refined Whale Oil. IN Barrels, this day landing and for sale by Dec. 25, 1817. MAGOUN & CLAPP. Genesee Flour. XAA BARRELS Fancy and common Brands, Gen *''**'-' esee Flour, in handsome order, now landing and in store for sale hy i Dec. 25, 1847. MAGOUN & CLAPP. Family Flour, IN Half Barrels, of prime quality, just received and for sale qy MAGOUN & CLAPP. (f Dec. 25. Principe Cigars. 5M prime Clears, of diti'erent brands. Rec’d tiiis day at BOWLES’ Anatomy and Physiology FOR COMMON SCHOOLS.—'\ Uh “first Book on Anatomy and Physiology ** by Galvin Colter, M. i I)., embraces—let A description of the Bones, Mns I cles, Teeth, Digestive organs, Lungs, Heart, Blood 1 vessels, Brain, N< rves, Eye, Ear, &.c., illustrated by I 34 beautiful engravings. 2. If describes the uses of the several parts 3 It contains ample suggestions I for the presetvwtion ol health. 4. It gives lull and I plain directions for the treatment of acdidental injti ! ries : as the recovery of persons apparently drowned, the stopping of bleeding vessels, the treatment of burns, wounls, 4*c. This makes it a valuable work for families as well as schools. It is used in the State Normal ,nnd common Schools of more than one hundred towns in Massachusetts.— It is recommended to be generally introduced into the District Schools hy the State and County Superinten dents of Vermont; by the Superintendents of schools in thirty counties in New York. Bold by H. HYDE, bath ; Sanborn & Carter Port and, B. B. Mussey & Co., Boston, aud by Booksellers, generally. vv’9 Anodyne, OR,Poor Man’s Plaster. Price J2| cents for a large size. This Plaster is recommended with the greatestconfidence ; in fact it is recommended with that confidence, that if it isobtained of the Proprietor, l and it does not give relief, the money shall positively be returned. For weakness or pain in the loins, back side, breast, limbs, neck, joints, Rheumatism, Lumbago, fee- There have been thousand* of them sold, and not one single instance has occurred where they have not given relief. The price being very low every person can obtain it. 1 n severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Difficulty of Breathing, worn over the lungs,it will afford gre.it relief. A. G. PAGE, Agent forBath. F. Browner Toothache Drops, FOR the cure ufthe worst Toothache hy its applica tion a few times. This is the only compound which effectually kills the nerve of the defective tooth without the lea.t 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, aud so p.i sonous intheir effects. A. O. P AGK, Afrent for Bath._ F. Brown’s SARSAPARILLA & Tomato Bitters. The most used and best known Bilters before the Public.— These Bitters are warranted to be a purely Vegetable | compound—and mark this, $CTt,l€y can never do the I least injury in any case whatever. It has been used in I the private practice of the most successful Physicians ! for a longtime, with great success, in purifying the i blood,strengthening and invigorating the system. It is not to be supposed that any one medicine will cure all diseases to which the human frame is subject, nor is this article recommended as such, like most of the quack medicine; but for effecting the prpose for which it is designed, there is nothing that has proved itself so worthy of the publicconfidenee as this cele- ^ brnted compound. The whole vegetablekingdom does not furnish two substances so admirably adapted to purify, nourish and \ invigor ate *Me human system. These Bitters have all ! the effect of the most powerful purgatives, when used in sufficient quantity, and yet ar j ho mild in their on i eration that they may he given to persons in the most delicate health with perfect salety. They are also very agreeable to i he taste. There have been many remarkable cures m this town, to whichreferences will he given by A. G. PAGE, the only Agent in Bath. Connecticut Cliccso, OF a superior quality, for sale at the City Market, hy A. G. PaCT. $H a week in Sickness. THE Maps. He ai th Insurance Compant. of Boston, will insure men against the expenses of all the sickness they may have during the long term of KIVK YEARH. Premium payable yearly. This institution now numbers two thousand members, n large portion of which belong to Maine. In the last three months it has paid over $1,000 to members disabled by sores, accidents, fevers etc., and it lias nev*r evaded or de terred the payment of claim. WASHINGTON GILBERT, Agentat Bath. Rev. J. IL HUSTEI), Agent for Lincoln County.__ Furniture Ware Room! ATWELL & FRENCH, WALDOBORO', KEEP constantly or hanrtan extensive assortment of Solas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs. Looking Glasses and Plates, Wash Brands. Dre.sing Tables, anil all other articles usually found in a Fur niture Ware Itoom. For sale cheap for Cash. I SHIPS’ STEERING WHEELS manufactured to order. 13,f AT PRIVATE SALE, At the Auction Rooms, AG' »OD assortment of Cloths,Cnssimeres. Sattinrtts, Pants, Drees Goods, Shawls, Linens, Muslins, Scarfs, Braces, Table nnd Pocket Cutlery, Fancy Soaps, Huttons Thread, Silk, Hooks and Eyes. Needles, Pins Tapes, Gloves, Mitts, and a general variety of Fancy Goods Consignments of the abovegoods, will be constant ly received, and will be sold at private sale at a fair tuclion price. Ladies are invited to Call. Bath, April 22, _ d!25 w28tf. Cramp & Pain Killer. IV E have at last, rec’d the genuine Cramp Jc Pain K iller, from the Manufactures. We warrant the article to do all it is recommended to do, or the mom > will be refunded. THO’S BOWLES & CO. Agents for Bath.__ Forced Sales. PURCHASERS of woolen, Domestic, Dress or cloak guilds, or any description of fancy poods, are in formed Unit consignment of the nhove poods are now being opened and will be received every week thronpli the season at the Bath rfuctim Bourn, f» r positive Sale, and will he sold at private sale an less than vhole-sule prices. Bath Dec. 15._ d36 _ Stuart’s Candy. 1VE have irceived two cases of Stuart's Steam Re '* fined Candies, from N. York, Consisting of Vani" r Cremn, Peppermint lirrttd, Cretrin Braid, Birch Cret m Peppermiiil Lumps, While and Red Rock Cnntl y Carnueopiaes Assorted tec. &c.,—To tho.-e accquaint with tliese candies, they need no recommendation. Dec. n. _BOWLES & CO. Ground Rock Salt. I A S ACKS, eontaining20 I bn each, manufactured I4U rt the " Si 1 mid Water Mills,” Irom Hie very best of ROCK HALT, by » Waldron 4‘ Co.,” just re ceived and for sale hv the subscribers, Agents for Ilia Manufacturers, who will furnish it in any quantity '’"liau'il'july q!" lhWC,ly B> MAGOUN fr'cLAPP.^' Cordage Agency. THEsubscribers agentsforthfc Plymotilh Cordage Company willfurnishat shot (notice, TarrednnH Manilla Cordage, including lloltHope and Wonn nine,by the Gang, orretail,and also, Rafting Riggln g It the lowest Boston Price. . _ The above Cordageis Manufactured by Hays Pa tent Machinery ,whichspins the wliole length ol the tihreof the hemp,and is superioito any now ino par nllon' MAGOUN 4c CLAPP. Feh. 1 . 849 . ___16‘ TOW-BOAT NOTICE! THE STEAMEH BELLINGHAM, CAPT. MORSE, will br in readiness to tow ves sel* to and from the Mouth oi ■ the River, and about the har bor, during the winter. Ap ply at the Hagadaliock Ferry, or at Capt M. « residence on Centre Street. Bath, Dec. 6, 1847._ _ d4m._ «SOUTH END MARKET!” THE Subscriber would inform his friends anti the public generally that he has token the store or Mr. Gilbert Trufarit on Water street, near foot of South street, where he offers a choice assortment.of West India Goods and Groceries, together with I ro visions and ship stores at very reduced l’[k'e8—fllch as Sugar, Molasses, Coflee, Oil, Spices, Hour Meal, Hice, Raisins,—Beef, Pork, Lard,and Buller— Crock ery. Glass, Stone and Earihern Ware, together with a good assortmentof Fresh Pr. visions, F run and Veg etnhles. The above is offered for sale as ( heap as can be found In this city oi elsewhere, for cash br approv ed credit. J. ©. UURW. Bath, Dec. 13, 1847. lvd-91 EVENING SALES, At the Auction Rooms, EVERY Wednesday and Saturday Eveningstliro’ ♦ he Seisin, for Halfy of Staple and rancy Drv Goods, tl; idware, Crockery. &c.,&c. Bath, Apr. I--1. di Solar Sperm Oil. ANEW and approved article, to be used in Solar and Common Lamps, Mnniilnctured from pure Sperm and Lard Oil ; is of good color, burns Iree, ami pruducee as good light as the best of Sperm OH,and at nearly one third less exdense. Just received, in bar rels of from 35 to 40 gallons each, and for sale by Hath, Dec 9, 1847. MAGOUN & CLAP! - Retailing; Molasses. A PRIME article of Retailing Molasses, part of the cargo of Biig Fox, from Mnrlinqne, for sale by b MAGOUN & CLAPP, Bath Dec. 95,1847. Hodgkin’s Wlif. F. Brown’s Worm Lozenges ARE the most valuable and certain medicines ever discovered for destroying and expelling all kind* of Worms which so fiequently trouble children.— They are a most excellent remedy, and are as plea sanl to the taste as am common confectionary. 3 hev differfrorn all oilier Worm Lozenges, as iktyhavt n. mercury in them. ...... t Thousands of boxes have been sold within the last rew months. A. G. PAGE.Agentlor Bath. Lyceum. A LECTURE will be delivered before the Bath Ly ceum on WEDNESDAY Evening next, (Fab. 9th.) at the CITY HALL, by Rev. S. F. Dm, commen cing at 7 o’clock. , . Persons who are not members can be admitted by paying 19 1 2 cents at tile door. hath, F>h. 5. Pet Order Curators. Brunswick Seminary. THIS School is divided into Male and Female De partments, each of which is under the care ol experienced Te tellers. This arrangement secure* the ! successful introduction of all the Branches of Educa tion Usually taught in our Seminaries and Boarding Schools, including Drawing, Painting, Needle work and Music, (all thoroughly taught for the low terms ol from $:i,00 to $5,00 per quarter.) Numerous Lectures are given on Chemistry, Bota ny, Philosophy and Astronomy, which are illustrated with suitable apparatus. These branches are taught w ith a special reference to their application in Agri culture ant! the Useful Arts. An accomplished Teacher will give lessons on the Piano at $8 per term. A few pupils will he accommodated with board in the family of the Principal, (at $1,75,) where they will have every rare from the Teachers, and not he expomd in stormy weather; as the School is under the same roof. This d'hool possesses a small select Library, and collections in Mineralogy, Geology, Conchology and Botany. JKJ-The WINTER TERM will commence on Mon os r, 20th inst. G. C. SWALLOW, Principal. Brunswick, Dec. I, 1647. d23w7