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Gracfcnbcrg Company’s Office.
5H Broadway.N.w York, Sept. 24th, 1847. The verv great increase of the Graefenruro Com r.sr’s business in New England, has rendered it nec essary to re organize the General Agency there. This is therefore to certify, that the New England Branch of ihe Gkaefdnrero Oompamy.Is now estulilished at No. 154 Washington street, Boston, and III it VIr. Etlmin c Barnes is duly appointed Secretary of said Brunch ; and that he is authorized to estahlisli Local Depots, and to grant rights to vend tile company's Medicines Every Agent must have a certificate with the sent of the Company thereunto, signed by its Secretary and countersigned bv tile aforesaid Brunch Secretary No one is authorized to sell the .Company's Medicines without such certificate „ EDWARD BARTON, Secretary. GRAEFENBERG MEDICINES. The undersigned is fully prepared to establish a Uraefenbebo Depot in all places of proper size in New England (except the State of Connecticut, and that portion of Vermont west of the Greenziiouutains) and also in the British Provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Si ntia. Immediate appliculion should he made eitliei personally or by letter. As there will or dinarily be hut one Depot ill a town or village, the Agency will be very valuable. Tlie leading article to which public attention is in vited is the GRAEFENBERG VEGETABLE TILLS, of which 30.00U boxes are sold each and every week — The following complaints yield with certainty to their power; Asthma, Bilious Complaints, Catarrh, Costioe nss-i Dyspepsia, Erysipelas, Imperfect Digestion. Fluor Albas, Green Sicknees, Heartburn, Headache, Jaundice, Liner Complaints, Rheumatism, and various diseases ol the Stomach In all Chronic Complaints thr most implicit reliance may be placed upon them. Trice 95 cents a box. The names nf the other medicines are as follows ; THE CHILDREN'S PANACEA. For summer complaints, dysentery, and all other af actions of tho stomach and bowels, it is intallible. Trice 50 cents a bottle. THE GRAEFENBERG SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND. Warranted to make two quarts superior to any in the world. Trice one dollar a bottle. THE GREEN MOUNTAIN VEGETABLE OINTMENT. Wherevei inflammation exists, this ointment is a positive and speedy cure. Price 25 and 50 ceins a.box. THE GRAEFENBERG EYE'LO TION, For disorders of the Eyes this Lotion has ro 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 GRAEFENBERG HEALTH BIT TERS Sovereign to build lip the enervated system, to res tore the appetite and clear the skin. Price 2u cents a pick&ccs THE CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM. Thi. most extraordinary article is infallible positively in Consumption, Bronchitis, and Bleeding at the Langs. It is only sent as ordered at $5 the quart. Const,mp. tive* may be sure of finding in this article that which will not disappoint their hopes. The Graef nbcrg GateUe, published by the Company for gratuitous distribution, may be had on application ,o any one oflhsir numerous Agents^ Scc'ijM. E Branch. agpnTS—ALBERT G. PAGE. Bath; R. S. Soule, Freanart ■ J fit L. tJ. True, Pownalt B. Randall, No. Townal ’wm.G. Hoyt, Dm ham; Isaac N. Davis, Lit tle River Village; Ohed Merrill, TopSham; John R. ii.,ev Brunswick ; James Sampson, Bowdmnhain ; J. W AmyTlX Richmond ; Cofreu it BliUchfort, A’l)ecl27,F' G'"*iCr’ Jr’’ GarJine3’t a w 4tnos._ F. Brown's Worm Lozenges ARE the most valuable and certain medicines ever discovered tor destroy in? and expelling all kinds of Worms which so frequently trouble children. They are a most excellent remedy, and are as plea sant to the taste as any common confectionary. 1 hey differfrom all other Worm Lozenges, as they have no ’"Thousands*™!1 boxes have been sold within thei Inst retr months._A-O. PA«B, Agent tor Bath_ Corn. f Bush, yelow Coin. vJvliV 200 “ white do. row landing from *on Maine and for sale by £ HODGK|N8 & co. Bath, Feb. 25, 184B._dMS_ Transparent Shades. OF a great variety ot patterns,with finished Bronze and giit stands. Just rac’d at CHINA HALL. J97 ivv___ Cologne Stands, ('i ARB Receivers and French Vases, in gieat variety y jurft rec’d at CHINA HALL._ MELOIHANS. JUBT rec’d direct from tlie manufactory a large lot Melodians of all sizes, at_CHINA HALL._ Just Received, AEKESH lot Oranges, and Lemons, nt S‘ntnv**' Market. WM'toa' Bath, Kel.26, 1848. _ Oysters. rHAVE received pome crime Frffeh Oysters, this morning, by dacke, Susan Uerc lwenty houra from Boston. 11103. BOVYLhO. Feb 25. _ FOR SALK. ir4 rvNE large HOUSE LOT on the Bast side of f.n® VJ Hi^h street, next South of Judge Groton’s. • ALSO the House lot on Washington Street, situated between the Commercial House and the Cen tral Church. Apply to THUS. M. REED. Phipsburg, Feb. 24, 1348. d98tf _ English Lozenges. OLRS. best English Lozenges rec’d and for sale al BOWLES. Honey. ONE Hive of prime Honey, fresh, received at BOWLES. Oranges. I HAVE cot some svvaet Oranges—((Aat arc tweet) S3 per Box. T. BOWLES. COAL. DULY expected by the aebr. Charles, from Phila delphia, 40 Tons broken and screened Red Ash Coal, 20 do “ “ While do do (io do Lump White Ash, and for sale lo arrive b„ B. O. WEEKS. Bath, Feb. 28th, 1848 dlOO Stoves. VESSELS’ STOVES of all sixes for aale by WILLARD WALKER. Bath. April 7.1847_ Corn ft Flonr. NOW landing from schooner James Henry, from Baltimore, 2000 bushels prime Maryland While ' orn, 1500 do jo do Yeltuw Mealing do 200 barrels Baltimore Buper Howard «l Hour, and for sale by 8.0. WEEK.- , Bam, Feb 22, 1858. d9« Trevalt’s Wharf FURNITURE WARE ROOM. ®B ©B ®Se8.»©0®B T H E subscriber would i n vite tlie attention of those in want of FU RNITU RE, to his es 1 tablishiuenl on Elm Street, (at tlie old stand of Dennison &. Thornton,) where will be found an extensive assortment of Sofas, Tables, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Light-Stands, Centre Tables, Chairs, Looking Glasses, Ac., Ac., Of the most thorough finish and workmanship, and at pi ices as low as at any similar estab lishment in the Slate. MANUFACTURING of nil kinds done to order atthe shor'est notice. The subscriber hopes by close appliealion and personal attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call. Z. T. THORNTON. Rath, July 26._ Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership in business heretofore existing under the firm of Dennison Sl Thohnto*, is this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parlies. AM Ml I’. DENNISON, Z. T. THORNTON. Bath, May 25,1847. The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will continu to carry on the business of the Inte firm of Dennison & Thornton in all its branches; that nl demands against the firm will be settled by, and all debts due the same be paid to him. d7:Jtf Z. T. THORNTON. Flour, Meal, Pork, Card & Cheese, OAILY expected from New York, end for sale by J. I). ROBINSON. Match 1,1848 _ _ Encyclopaedia for Sale. DOBSON’S ENCYCLOPAEDIA, in forty three vol umes, for sale cheap at the Auction Room of Bath, Feb. 28, 1848. dIOItf C. W. HOLMES. JUST RECEIVED 35 Packages of China, Class and Crockery Ware! AT CHINA HAM.! CONSISTING of 225 Gold Band CHINA TEA SETTS, for almost one half what we have been selling. 50 Enameled and Raised Fig’d—175 Flowing Blue of various prices. 6 ('rates of White Granite and light Blue DINNER WARE. G Crates of Flowing Blue Dinner Ware. 10 Packages of Glass consisting of everything. Castors of all prices, from 62 cts. to $15. Silver Plated Lades, Silver Fish Knives, Butter Knives, Spoons, Cake Baskets, Hall and Entry Lamps ol 20 different Patterns. C handeliers of all Patterns, Polar Lamps of 25 different Patterns, Cutleiy, Fruit Trays, Girandoles, &e , &c. YVe have now a very extensive assortment of Tea Trays of all kinds. Some new Patterns and shapes, varying as high as $20. YVe can only give a bird’s rye view of the. assort ment we have, but if you will only call you will see for yourselves. Bath, Feb 24. 6d93 Eire and Marine Insurance. THE dubscriber having received the Agency of the CAMDEN INSURANCE COMPANY, N. J., (Chartered 1832) for the City of Bath, and vi cinity, will issue Policies to an amount not exceeding 85,000 on any nno risk, on buildings and merchandize and >m vessels, cargoes and freights .n as favorable terms as i.lher JhsUtuLiens. I). C. MAGOUN, Agent. Bath, Jan. 26,1818._ d75wl For Sale! ME fast sailing and good Schooner BOLD COMMANDER, 90 tons burthen. She carries 75 M Long Lum ber, and well found with good Sails and * Rigging and in good order. She will be ■ sold low to close the concern. Apply to !»• U. w Laraiva, uctwh wunri. Bath, Feb 20, 1848._18(195—8wlQ Assignment. PUBLIC Notice is hereby given thru MARTHA lIKDOEand LUCY B. HABRIMAN, copartners in trade, under the firm name of Hedge 4- Harriman on the 19lh day of February, A. I). 184s, made an as signment to us of all their stock, real and personal, except such property a< is by law exempt from attach meat for the benefit of their ditors, to he equally distributed among such of them os shall legally be come parlies to said assignment, one part of which will be kept at the store o! IJAVI1) OWEN, JR., in Bath. DAVID OWEN, JR,, j A j J. C. L. BOOKER, ( Assignees. dlOOwSS ' Westport Bridge. NOTICE is hereby given that assessments of twen ty two ner cent has been made upon each share subscribed for in the Capital Stock of the West port Bridge Company r and that the same will be'eme due ar.d payable as follows .— The first assessment January 1st, 1848. The second assessment April 1st, 1848. The 'bird assessment July 1st, 1848. By order of tht Directors, F AMU El. TARBOX, Treasurer of Bridge. N. B.—The stockholders at Bath and vicinity w ill please to pay the above assessments at the Lincoln Westport, Dec 15.1847. d42wl0^ New Publications. JUFT received at SAWYER’S Bookstore the fol lowing New Works; The Convict, (lay James ) Launcelot Widge, (by Hooton.) Christopher Tadpole. Pleasant Art of Money Catching. Conquest of California and New Mexico. Hnctemns,—More droppings from the pen that wrote Proverbial Philosophy. Natural History. Introduction to the study of Cyclopedia of Moral & Religions Aneedotee. No. 1. Chamber’s Miscellany. No. 13. Pictorial England. No. 40. Chevalier Bavard, (by Simms ) The Model I.etter V\ riter, or Polite Manuel-_, Bath. ” 't 71 'vi°. Refined Whale Oil. IN Bnrruls, this day landing ar.d for sale by Dec. 25, 1817. MAQOUN tc CLAPP. Best C1DEK VINKGAR wm.joy. TALLMAN A SEWALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law, BATH, ME. Office on Front Street, opposite the Elliot House. T. He S. will practice in the several Courts in Lin coln, Cumberland and Kennebec Counties, anil will devote their attention exclusively to the business of their prolession. Heart Tallma .v, Frederic f). Pc W A CL. Bath, Jan. 6,1848. 6d55—5w18 Kennebec & Portland Rail Road. __ *^*1 TV] OTICE is hereby given ilia further assessments of Five dollars each, have been made v, a& . £ ■ Uj,on each share subscribed for in the Capital Stock of the KENNEBEC &l PORT LAND RAILROAD COMPANY, and fhut the same will be due and payable as follows: The Fourth and Fifth assess me nta January 1, 1648. The Sixth and Seventh assessments February 1, 1848. Tiie Fighth assessment March 1, 1848. The Ninth and 7'tnlh assessments April 1, 1848. By order of the. President and Directors. JOSEPH M’KEEN. Treasurer, Rrunswick Nov. 24 1818. aV. B. Stockholders at Bath and vicinity, will pleasa to pay the above assessments at theSairadahnck Bank MACKEREL, Q Oil nnd Pollock Fish, WM.JOY. Wrapping Paper. JUST received at the Auction Room, 125 Reams of Wrapping Paper, for sale cheap. Bath, Feb. 15, 1848. Flour. /.HO RBI.S Fancy and Common Brands, for sab-by Feb 23 MAGOUN A CLAPP. Preserved Cherries. PEACHES, Damsons, Rhubarb, &x., of superior quality, for sale at the City Market, by A. G. PAGE. Sea Otter Oil For Preserving and Beautifying the hair. Boston, Dec. 1838. Dr. Frederick Brown s I certify that I have used the Otter Oil which is put up by you. For dryness of the hair and dandruff mi the head, 1 do think it superior to any other oil I evdr used. It makes the hair soft, ami gives it a fine and glossy appearance, and the hair does not dry up again, as it does after using any other kind of oil. i herefbrel 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 shorttime will find ita very valuable article Geo. F. Bonney. A. G. PAGE, Agent for Bath. Anodyne, OR, Poor Man’s Plaster* Price cents for a large size. This Plaster is recommended with the greatestconfidenre ; in fact it is recommended with that confidence, that if it isobtained of the Proprietor, and it does not give relief, the money skull positively he returned. For weakness or pain in the loins, back side, breast, limbs, neck, joints, Rheumatism* Lumbago, Ate. There have been thousands of them sold, and not one single instance bus 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 Iungs,it will afford great relief. A. G.PAGE, AgentforBath. F. Brown’s SARSAPARILLA At Tomato Bitters. The most used and best known Bitters before the Public.— These Bitters are wairanted to be a purely Vegetable compound—and mark this, QCrlhcy cun never do the least injury in any case whatever. It has been used in the private practice of the most successful Physicians for a lone 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 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 publicconfidence as this cele brated compound. The whole vegetablekingdom does not furnish two substances so admirably adapted to purify, nourish and invigor ate*.Ue human system. These Bitters have all the effect of the most powerful purgatives, when used in sufficient quantity, and yet ari so mild in their on eration that they may he given to persons in the most delicate health with perfect safety. Tney are also very agieeable to the taste* There have been many remarkable cures in this town, to which references will be given by A. G. PAGE, the only Agent in Bath. Apples. n/iBBU Apple* m good older, for sale at g,\S BOWt.E?. — *tr*o( Market jot new Flour, warran W M. JOY. AT PRIVATE SALE, At the Auction Rooms, A O' >OD assortment of Cloths, Cassinieres.Sattinctts , Punts, Drees Goods, Shawls, Linens, Muslins, Scarfs, Braces, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Fancy Soaps, Buttons Thread, Silk, Hooks and Eyes. Needles, Pins Tapes, Gloves, Mitts, and a general variety of Fancy Goods Consignments of the abovegoods, wil) he constant ly received, and will be sold at pri vale sale at a fair met ion price. Ladies are i n vited to Call. Bath, April 22, d 125 w28tf. Forced Sales. PURCHASERS of woolen, Domestic, Dress or clonk goods, or any description of fancy goods, are in formed Unit consignment of the above goods are now being opened arid will be received every week through the season at the Bath Auction Room, ft r positive Sale, and will be sold at private sale an less than t)holt-sale prices. Bath Dec. 15. _d36 (■round Hock Salt. I Af\ SACKS, eontaining20 Ihseach, manufactured * i" at the “ SIimid Water Mills,” Irom the very best of ROCK SALT, by “Waldron 4' Co.,” just re ceived and for sale 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. IMIEsiibseribers agentrforihe Plymouth Cordage Company wil Ifurnishat slim (notice, Tarredand Manilla Cordage, including Holt Hope and Worm aine,hythe Gang, orretail,andalso, KaftingRiggln g lithe lowest Hostnn Price. The ahove Cordngeis Manufactured by‘Days’Pa ten! Machinery ,wliichspins the whole length oftli« fibre of the lieni|i,and is super in ito any now i no per - ation. MAGOUN&.CLAPP. Feb. I . 849. 16. TOW-BOAT NOTICE! THE STEAMER BELLINGHAM, CAPT. MORSE, will in readiness to tow ves sels to and from the Mouth of .the River, and about the liar* ’bor, during the winter. A>> ply at the Sagadahock rerry, oi at Capt M.’s residence on Centre Street. Bath, Dee. 6, 1847. d4m “SOUTH END MARKET!” THE Subscriber would inform his friends and the public generally that he has taken the store of Mr. Gilbert Trufent on Water stieet, near foot ot South street, where he offers a choice assortment ot West India Goods and Groceries, together with Pro visions and ship stores at very reduced prices—such ns Sugar, Mol a sees, Coflee, Oil, Spices, Flour Meal, Rice, Raisins,—Beef, Pork, Lard, and Butler—Crock ery, Glass, Stone and Earihern Ware, together with a good assortinentof Fresh Pr. visions,Fruit and \eg etahles. The above is offered for sale as cheap as ran be found In this city or elsewhere, for cash or approv ed credit. J* Bath, Dec. 13, 1847. Ivd291 ~EVENINO SALES, At the Auction Rooms, EVERY Wednesday ami Saturday Evening thru’ • he Se'Si'll, for Sails of Staple and Fancy Drt (luuds, Uridware.Croctery. &.c.,&c. Bath, Apr. Ida. _dJ_8,J_ The Owner OF a Coil of Lead I’lpe is requested lo call on the subscriber, pay for this advertisement, and take nwlty. E. A. HODGKINS. Hath, Feb. 4, 1848. 3U8I—3wI7 Marine Insurance! fpHE Subscriber having received the Agency of the 1 CAMDEN lNhliRANCE 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 and freights, on a.- favorable terms as other institutions.— Losses sustained will be promptly and honorably ad justed, and paid in money current at the Banks in this city, within thirty days alter proof of the loss and adjustment . and in case of dispute in the settlement of claims, the company will abide the decisions of the Courts of tlis State of Maine. CALEB S. CARTER, Agent, 45 Exchange St. Portland. Pec. 29,1847._ Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned having formed a Copartnership under the firm of H. P. & D. HUBBARD, for the purpose of carrying on the STOVE tf TEX' WARE business, in all its branches, and they are now prepared to offer the largest and lies! assortment of STOVES ever brought into this nunkrt. All those in want ol any kind of a Sieve will do well to call before puichasing elsewhere. HORACE P. HUBBARD, DIM ON HUBBARD. Tnpsham, Dec-10,1847. _ Partnership Notice. SAWYER & GILBERT, (Successors to Sawyer ft Seicall,) COUNSELLORS & ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office opposite the Elliot House, Bath. re'P'F. Ac G. will continue business at the office late ly occupied by Sawyer & Sewnll, and will attend the several Courts in Lincoln and Kennebec Counties, and devote themselves exclusively to Ihe business of the nmfession. B. F. SAWYER. P Bath, Nov.fi, 1847—3m W. GILBERT F Brown’s Toothache Drops, FOR the cure oftlie worst Toothache by it? applica tion a few times. This is Hie only compound which effectually kills the nerve oftlie defective tooth niton (the least pain or injury to the others. It it* wHfrantcd not to contain the least and or Kreosote which is ho injurious to the other teeth, aud so poi Honous in their effects. A. G. P A Kh, Agont for Rath. Uummon Boards. A FAIR article of Gammon Boards may lie found for sale cheap at the boukstofe of saiec.ieap REUBEN SAWYER. Fresh Oysters, J^ECEIVED at * ROWLE6. Oranges ami drapes. SWEET Oranges and Grape*, received at BOWLES. Fresh Eggs. I HA DOZ. of Fresh Eggs, for sale at 1JU BOWLES.