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Graefcnberg Company’s Office.
30 Broadway, Mew York, Sept. 21th, 1847. The very great increase of the Gn.ErEi.REKo Com business in New England, has rendered it nec iM.ary to re organize tile tteuernl Agency there. Tins IS therelore to certify, that the New England Br.nch or IHE (iR.ErEI.BERO Comp.my, is now estalilished at No. 154 Washington street, Uoston, and that Mr. Edwin C. Barnet is duly appointed Secretary of said Branch j and that he is authorized to establish Local Depots, and to grant rights to vend the company’s Medicines. Every Agent must have a certificate with the seal ot tho Company thereunto, signed by it. Secretary and countersigned liy aha aforesaid Branch Secretary. No one is authorised to .ell tile Company’s Medicines without such certificate. EDWARD BARTON, Secretary. ‘GRA.EFENBERG MEDICINES. The undersigned is fully prepared to establish a iiitircsiaso Dcror in all places of proper size in New England (except the State of Connecticut, and thnt portion of Vermont west of tile Green mountains) and also in the British I’rovinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Immediate application should be made.eithci personally or by letter. As there will or dinarily bo but one Depot in a town or village, the Agency will be very valuable. The leading article to winch public attention is in vited is the Git A EE END EllG VEGETABLE PILLS, of which 30,000 boxes are sold each and every week — The following complaints yield with certainty to their power; Asthma, Bilious Complaints, Catarrh, Costive nett, Dyspepsia, Erysipelas, Imperfect Digestion, Fluor Albas, Oreea Sickaees, Heartburn, Headache, Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Rheumatism, and various discuses ol Ills Stomach. In all Chromic Complaints tile most implicit reliance may be placed upon them. Price 35 celts a ho*. The names of the other medicines are ns follows ; THE CHILD HEN’S PANACEA. For summer complaints, dysentery, and all ether af notions of the stoinucll and bowels, it is infallible. Price 50 cents a bottle. THE GRAEFENBEHG SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. Warranted to make two quarts superior to any in Ike world. Price one dollai 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. THE GRAEFENBERG EYE LOTION, For disorders of the Eyes this Lotion lias no equal. For violent inflammation, weakness, or foreign sub stances in the eves, it is an unfailing remedy. Price 25 cents per bottle .with full directions. THE GRAEFENBEHG 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 BALM. This most extraordinary article is infallible positively in Consumption, Bronchitis, and Bleeding ut the Lungs. It is only sent as ordered at $5 the quart. Gonsump lives may be sure of finding in this article that which will not disappoint their hopes. The Gracftuber" Gazette, published by the Company for gratuitous distribution, may lie had on application t„ any one of (hair numero,£ Agents^ Sec'yJV. E Branch. AGENTS—ALBERT G. PAGE. Batli j It. S. Soule, Freeport; J. &• L.C. True, I'ownal, B. Randall. No. Pownal ; Wm.G. Hoyt, Durham; IsaacN. Davis Lit tle River Village; Ohed Merrill, Topshain ; John It. IliBev Brunswick; Janies Sampson, Bowdmnhain ; J. W Avery Ac Co., Richmond ; Cofren Ac UlatchforG, Atliw.ts4.t^li,*i<!r'J,M GafJine3r't » w Imns. Sea Otter Oil For Preserring and Beautifying the hair. Boston, Dec. 1838. Dr. Frederick Ilrown I t certify that I have used the Otter Oil Which is put up by you. For dryness of the hair and dandrud on the head, 1 do think it superior many other oil I ever used. It makes the ha i soft, ;iml "ives it a flue and glossy appenrance, and the hair d„es"not dry up agnin.as it does after using any other kind of oil. Therefore! can most cheerfully recom mend it to all that are afflicted with a dry and un healthy head of hair. 1 think any one by using it a short time will findila very valuable article Geo. F. Rosser. A. G. PAGE, Agent lor Bath. National Dagucrrian Gallery. MINIATURES FOR $1,50 INCLUDING CASES. SHAW’SROOMS. No. 3 Plerce’g Block, Over the Store or S. W. IIcctk & c°; OWING to the liberal patronage that the Public has already bestowed upon Ihe Proprietor ofthis Es tablishment, he is enabled to execute Daguerreotype l.ikr.nessts lor tho above named price, and warranted 10 give satisfaction. Citizens or Strangers, visiting these Rooms, can have their Miniatures taken and set in Morocco Cases, Gold Lockets, Breast I ms, Kin0s, Bracelets, Ac., in a few minutes. N . It. Views of Churches, Public Buildings, Ac., ithfully taken, and every other order punctually at ended to. ifj-Pleasc call and examine specimens. Bath. Oct. 81,1847. _ TO THE AFFLICTED! dr. i>. girardin, Formerly of Purls, PAN be consulted as usual at his residence, No. 8 Iv Albany Si. Boston, opposite the United Slates Hotel. Persons afflicted with the following diseases will do well to make immedialo application, viz. I.amenesn, of every descripi ton, bpine and Hip Com plaints, White Swelling Hciofula, Cancer*. mrtligiian u'ues of every kind, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Coot gumption Liver Complaints, Epileptic Fit*, Catarrh, Dropsy Kidney and Bladder affections, Rheumatism PlZisic, Asthma. Ac., 4c., Cures warranted ...all CaDr! L? Gi?ard!llehaa h»<« fears' eItc.nBivef practice in Hie above Diseases, and is a member of The Medical Reformed Practice, and uses no mercury ,nDr,:yLaGhafflinl,eVu,Accommodate hi. large number of patients on the Kennebec, will visit Bath the brst jgqgrjsfrmnwry 4 . Lexington Fire & Marine Ins. Co. CHARTERED IN 1836. CAPiTALSmOOO. directors: JOHN W. HUNT, President. _ , iv c Waller, M. C. Johnson, D M C'ra'ig’ ILT."Duncan, J. O. Harrison, D. m. era lt^HOg R BAXTER, Secretary. nnAersigned having been appointed Agents tn Hie ""‘"'ft'", established Company, are pre by letter will be l^o __ Merch.int,„ Exchange, Crowell & Baxter, TA!LO Its, F no:STJT « BET, Keep constantlyeres, and vest US Lf«r which they expect a fair price. Just enll FURNITURE WARE ROOM. ©„ T, THORNTON., ep HE subscriber would invite the attention of those in want of FURNITURE, to his es 1 tablishiuent on Elin Street, (at the old stand of Dennison & Thornton,) where will be found an extensive assortment of Sofas, Tables, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Liglit-Stands, Centre Tables, Chairs, Looking Blasses, dee., dec., Oflhe most thorough finish and workmanship,and at piices as low as at any similar estab lishment in the State. MANUFACTURING of nil kinds done to order at the shor'est notice. The subscriber hopes by close application and personal attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage Purchasers are respectfully invited to call. Z. T. THORNTON. Bath, July 2G. Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership in business heretofore existing under tile tirin of l)ENNisoN&.THnHNTnN,is this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. AMMI P. DENNISON, Z. T. THORNTON. Bath, May 25,1847. The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will cmitinii to carry on the business of the late firm ef Dennison & Thornton in all its branches; thal al demands against tiie firm wlil he settled by. and all debts due the same be paid to him. d73lf Z.T. THORNTON. To Arrive. A fl/ll k HACMATAO KNEES, and for so'< by 41MUJ d<w84wl7tt B. C. SEWALL._ 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 pioducc. Call mid see heloro you purchase. Richmond, Dec to% 1817._w8 ' ' '-~==S~N (1RP THIS may certify that Willard Walker is the only authorized agent for the sale of P. P. KTUAKIh Summer and Winter Cooking Stove, at wholesale in the Slate of Maine. P. P. STIJART, Patentee. N. STABRUCK ic SON, Manufactures. Troy Dec. 18, 1847. d43—wlO All orders addressed to WILLARD WALKER, Bath, Me., will be promptly attended to. Removal! 'TMJE Subscriber would inform his friends and pat I rons in this city and vicinity that he has remov ed from his old stand to one nearly opposite, lately oc cupied by Jntham Wormwood. Tendering hi> sincer thanks to the public lor the liberal patronage which they have bestowed upon liim in time past, he would remin them that he is prepared to wait upon them at his new stand, where lie will carry on the business of Tailoring, Cutting, ire. in its different brandies as heretofore. JOHN BOVEY. Bath, Dec. 13, 1847.__d35w9 Westport Rridgc. lyrOTICE is hereby given that assessments of iwen ll ty two per cent has been made upon each share subscribed for in the Capital Stock of tile West port Bridge Company : and that the same will beeune due and payable as follows .— The first assessment January 1st, 1848. The second assessment Apiil 1st, 1848. The ibird assessment July 1st, 1848, I)y order of the Directors, SAMUEL TARIIOX, Treasurer of Bridge. N. B —The stockholders at Bath and vicinity will please to pay the above assessments at the I,incoln Bans. Westport, Dec 15,1847. ___d42w!0 J. T. WHIPPLE, riiEACIIEIl of the ORCAN, Piano i|i Forte, Violin, Flute, 4cc. n Also Composer and arranger of Band and Cotillion Music. Residence at Mrs. Iliooinrs’, on Washinton St. d34w9_ ___ New Publications. JUST received at SAWYER’S Bookstore the fal lowing New Works: The Convict, (hy James.) Launc.elot Wldge, (hy Hoolon.) Christopher Tadpole, Pleasant Art of Money Catching. Conquest of California and New Mexico, llactemus,—More droppings from the pen that wrote Proverbial Philosophy. Natural History. Introduction to the study of Cyclopedia of Moral & Religious Anecdotes. No. I. Chamber’s Miscellany. No. 13. Pictorial England. No. 40. Chevalier Bayard, (hy Simms ) The Model l.etter Writer, or Polite Manuel. Bath. Pet, ai.iew._d95wl# lldincd Whale Oil. IN Barrels, this day landing and for sale by I Dec. 25, 1817. M A GO UN &• CLAPP. j Anodyne, OR, Poor Man's Plaster. Price J2£ cents for a large size. This Plaster is recommended with the greatcstconfidence ; in fact it is recommended with i that confidence, that if it is obtained of the Proprietor, ; and it does not give relief, the money shall positively be returned. For weak ness or pain in the loins, back | side, breast, limbs, neck, joints, UheumatUin, Lumbago, Ate- There have been thousands of them ! sold, and not one single instance has occurred where ; they have not given relief. The price being very low ! every person can obtain it. In severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Difficulty of Breathing, worn over the lungs.it will afford great relief. A. (2. PAGE, Agent forBath. | F. Brown’s Toothache Drops, FOR the cure oftlie worst Toothache hy its applica tion a few times. This is the only compound which effectually kills the nerve of the defective tooth without tire least pain or injury to the others. It is wntranted not to contain the least acid or Kreosote which is so injurious to the oilier teeth, and so poi | sonous intheir effects. A. G. PAGE, Agent for Bath._ F. Brown’s S' ARSAPARlLLA & Tomato Bitters. The most used and best known Biiters before the Public.— | These Bitters are warranted to he a purely Vegetable i compound—and mark this, can never do the least injury in any case whatever. It has been used in the private practice of the most successful Physicians for a long time, with great success, in purifying the blood,strengthening and invigorating the system. It is not to be supposed that any one medicine will cure all diseases to which tin? 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 public confidence as this cele brated compound. The whole vegetablekingdom does not furnish two substances so admirably adapted la purify. nourish and invigorate'.he human system. These Bitters have all the effect of the most powerful purgatives, when used in sufficient quantity, and yet nrs so mild in their on eration that they may he given to persons in the most delicate health with perfect salety. Tney are also very agreeable to the taste. 'J’here have been many remarkable cures in this town, to which references will be given by A. (2. PAGE, the only Agent in Bath. Best CIDER VINEGAR- wm. joy. TALLMAN & SEWALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law, BATH, ME. Office on Front Street, opposite the Elliot House. T. & S. will practice in the several Courts in Lin coln, Cumberland and Kennebec Counties, anrl will devote their attention exclusively to tire business of their profession. Henry Tiumas, Frederic H. Fewall. Hath, Jan. 6, 1848. 6dSfl—5w 18 Real Estate lor Sale. THE Subscriber, wishing to leave tlie city, offers for sale Ilia Real Estate, situated at the eastern end of Pine Ft., near South Steam Mill, on Washing ton Street, consisting of one one and a half story House, one do. one story ; together with a eood Sta ble and other out-buildings. The above buildings are neatly new and will be sold on reasonable terms if applied for soon. ROBERT S. BRIDGES. Bath, Feb. 16, 1848. The Hair ! the Hair!! JUST received, the HUILE ANTIQUE TONIC, an excellent article for the hair, unsurpassed by any filing of the kind in the market. For sale at NA THANIEL JKNNING’S Hair Dressing Saloon. Price 25 cents per Bottle. Bath , Feb. 2. d79wlf)if ship chandlery: DAVID INGALLS, At kis old stand, corner of Commercial and Uroad Streets, near thetown Landing, IS now receivings nd will keep constantly on hand a prime assortment ot Ship Chasdlerv ,consist ing in part of the lol lowing articles, viz: Hardware, Hemp and Manilla Cordage—Cod, Mack erel, Log. Deep-Sea and Hand Lines—Sail Cloths— Twine, Oakum, Sheathing Paper,Cutand Wiought Nails; assorted Cupper and iron Spikes; Pumpand Rigging Leather; Mop-yarn ; Grind Stones: Paint, Tar, and Varnish Brushes; Fish Hooks, assorted; Oars Handspikes, Mast Hoops, Hanks, Draw and deck'Buckets; Lanterns, Brassand Wood Compass es Patent Friction ami Iron Bushings; Hooks and Thimbles, Copperand Wood Hand Pumps. , £ainTS and oil. White Lead, Verdigris, Red do., Venetian Red, Paris.Cliromeand Letherage. Emerald Green. Linseed Oil, ui,,a|( Paint. Sperm do. BlaCk Pa NAVAL STORES. Tar.Pitch.and Bright Varnish, Rosin, Spirits Turpentine, , Turpentine. Coal T nr. ANCHORS of all sizes, at Manufacturers’prices. Ships BLOCKS. DEDEYES aad PUMPS, «f su perior workmanship,hvthesnit,constantly on hand all of wfe’ch wil'b. ’old low. AT PRIVATE SALE, At the Auction Rooms, A GOOD assortmentof Cloths,Casaimeres. Haiti* cits, Pants, Draca Goods, 8haw Is, Linens, Muslins, Scarfs, Braces, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Fancy Soaps, Huttons Thread, Silk, Nooks 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 tair auction price. Ladies are invited to Call. Bath, April 22, ___£125 w28tf\_ Forced Sales. PURCHASERS of woolen, Domestic, Dress or clonk goods, or any description of fancy goods, are in formed that consignment of the above goods are now being opened and will be received every week through the season at the Bath Auction Room, ft r positive Sale, and w’ill be sold at private sale an less than wholesale price*. Bath Dec, 15. _ d36_ Ground Rock Salt. | A /a SACKS, eontnining20 Ibseach, manufactured * a" at the “ ^tiolid Water Mills,” from the very best of ROCK HALT, by “ Waldron 4‘ Co.,” just re ceived and for wale by the subscribers, Agents for the Manufacturers, who will furnish it in any quantity and delivered in this city at the lowest Boston price. Bath, July 2. MAGOUN 4* CLAPP Cordage -Agency. TMIEflubacribers agentsforthe Plymouth Cordare Company willfurriishnt shoi tnotice, Tarredand Manilla Cordage, including lloltKope arid YVorm aine,hy the Gang, or ret ail,an dal so, Rafting Rigging It the lowest Boston Priee. The above Cordareis Manufactured by‘Day.’Pa tent Machinery , which s pi ns the whole lenrth of the fihreoft he hemp ,and is uuperioito any now i no per alioii. MAGOUN Ac CLAPP. Feb. 1 , 849. 18. TOW-BOAT NOTICE! THE STEAMER BELLINGHAM, CAPT. MOUSE, will in readiness to tow ves sels to and from the Mouth of g the River, and about the liar* phor, during the winter. Ap j ply at the Sngadahock Kerry, or at Capt M.’s residence on Centre Street. Bath, Dec. 6, 1847. d4m “SOUTH EM) MARKETVr THE Subscriber would Inform his friends and the public generally that he has token the store of | Mr. Gilbert Trufent on Water stieet, near foot of South street, where he offers a choice assortment ol West India Goods and Groceries, together with Pro visions and ship stores at very reduced prices—such as Sugar, Molnsees, Coffee, Oil, Spices, Flour Meal, Rice, Raisins,—lleef, Pork, Lard,and Butter—Crock ery, Glass, Stone and Earihern Waie. together with a good assortmentof Fresh Previsions,Fruit and Veg etables. The above is offered for sale as cheap as can be found In this city or elsewhere, for cash or approv ed credit. O* DUNN. Bath, Dec. 13, 1847. _1 vd291 EVENING SAEES, At the Auction Rooms, EVERY Wednesday and Saturday Evenings tliro’ »he Season, tor Sates of Staple and Fancy Drt Goods, lletdware, CrocAery. &.c.,&-c. Bath, Apr. 129._d> F. Brown’s Worm Lozenges ARE the most valuable and certain medicines ever discovered for destroying and expelling all Kinds of Worms which ho frequently trouble children.— They area most excellent remedy, and are as ^plea sant to the taste as any common confectionary. They differ from all other VVorm Lozenges, as they hare no mercury in them. Thousands of boxes have been sold within the last rew months. A. (2. PAGE,Agent tor Bath. The Owner OF a Coil of Lead Pipe is requested to call on the subscriber, pay for this advertisement, and take ,„vny. E. A. HODGKINS. Bath, Feb. 4, 1848._3J81—3wl7 Hlarinc Insurance! THE Subscriber having received the Agency of the CAMDEN INSURANCE COMPANY, N. J., (Chartered 1832) for the City of Portland and vicinity, will issue Policies to an amount, not exceed ing $5,000 on any one risk, on vessels, cargoes ami freights, on as favorable terms as other institutions.— Losses sustained w ill be promptly and honorably ad justed, and paid in money enrrent at the Banks in this city, within thirty days alter proof ol the loss ami adjustment. and in case of dispute in Hie settlement of claims, the company will abide Hie decisions of the Courts of tlis Slate of Maine. CALEB S. CARTER, Agent, 45 Exchange St. Portland. Dec. S9. 1847.__78«14tl_ PIANO FORTES. \\T ILLAIU) W. 1IYRAIJI, sole Agent of ▼ ▼ Chickering’s celebrated Piano Fortes. Second hand Piano Fortes taken in exchange lor Piano Fortes tuned, and Second Hind Pianos to let. j Booms No. 3 Pierce’s Block, Front St., up stairs. B:>th, Oct, 19, 1847. _ d298wi“_ Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned having formed a Copartnership under the firm of H. P. &. D. IIUBBARD, for the purpose of carrying on the STOVF. TIN WARE business, in all its branches, and they are now prepared to offer the largest and best assortment of STOVES ever brought into this market. All those in want ol any kind ot a Stove will do well to call before purchasing elsewhere. HORACE P. HUBBARD, DIM ON HUBBARD. Topsliam, Dec^O, 1847.__3m9 Partnership Notice. SAWl KR A GILBERT, (Successors to Satcycr $ Sctoall,) COUNSELLORS k ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office opposite the Elliot House, Bath. k R. will continue business at the office laic, ly occupied by Sawver ft Sewall, and will attend tile several Courts in Lincoln and KenneheeCounlies.aiid devote themselves exclusively to the business of the i r ifession. B. F. SAWVER, Bath, Nov. 0,1847.-3iu W. GILBERT.