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tiraefeaberg Company's Office.
j»Broailir»yi»ew Vork.Sept. *t»h, 184T The very great increase of the Ga»KKiiMBisnG Com business in New England, has rendered il nee ossarv to re organize the Gen iral Agency there. I Ins is therelore to certify, that the New Engl, so IIimnch OK iHt G«»bKbnbeiio iIomimmv, is now estalilished ill No. 154 Washington sir el, Huston, and i ll t Mr. F.dain C Barites is duly appointed 3ecielary of said Brunch; aid that hr is aiilhorized to eslahlisli I .oca I l)e|Hits, atid to grant rights Hi vend I lie company’s Medicines I’verv Agent must have it cerlifii nle witiithesenl.il the Company th. ren.ito signed by it. Secretary and countersigned hr the aforesaid Branch 3ecre..try No one is authorized to sell the C.puny’s Medicines without such certificate^^ 6arton> ^ GnAEEE.tBEBti 5IEOIClNEtt. The undersigned Is fully prepared to estnlilisli a UnaKFBNBBBG IIbcor In all places or proper size Hi New Ei.gla.nl (except the Suite of Conner I leal, and that portion of Veiinmit west of the Green..tains) Ltnl also in the British Provinces of New Brunswick and Nova 3 -dla 1.1101011101. npplituiion shi.nld lie made, eitliei personally or ny letter. As Ihe.e will or d.narily be hut one l». pot in a town or Village, the Airencv will he very valuable. The lending article to which public attention is In vited lathe Gil VBEBNHERG VEGETABLE PILLS, of which ItO.OOO mixes are sold each and every week — The following complaints yield with certainly In their nower- Asthma, Biiinus C'lia/daints, Catarrh, Custior. , nasarpda, Erysipelas, hnyerfect Digestion. Huor Mas aree . sUneesl Heartburn Hr,,Ur.hr, Jaundice Lirer Camylaints, Rheumatism, and various tead tile Stomach til nil Chronic Complaints Dip mis implicit reliance may be placed upon them. Price 25 CeThe°mimes of the other medicines are ns follows ; THE CHILDREN’* PANACEA. For summer complaints, dysentery, and al1 " ?f ectiona of th« i*toinucli anti bowels, it »*> infallible. Price 50 cents a bnltle. «... THE ORAEEBNBERO SARSAPARILLA Warranted to make two quarts superior to any in the world. Price one dollar a bottle. THE GREEN M®U1.N5,TENT.VEGETABLE Wherevei inflammation exists, this ointment is a ^Knli^dy cure. Price 25 nnd5«cents » box. THE GRAEI-'ENIIERG E\ E LOTION, 5 *.!!„,r.lcrs of the Eyes tills Lollon lias no equal. Ks, 0vi e nSan.nn.liou, weakness, or foreign sub. stance" in the eves, il is an unfailing remedy. Price « cenis per buttle .with lull directions. THE GRAEPENltERG HEALTH BIT jBJ^SSSftrsrVBSiK T7T‘B»8.v.r.s«"%..i, Thi. most ex rtOMjW ^ Bleedin„ al t/lr. I.ungs. in Consumption, Br o h ' ?r (| ,,,lurt. Cnnsmnp !iVea°MUiylie"sore of findi.1 g?n this article that which by ,hr cTToy fJgra?uZus1 disuihulion, may be had on application to any one of lluir numeroim Ag^ r^ ^ BARNES, Stc’yJV. F. Branch. a r F NTS—Al.BERT G. PAGE. Until: R. ?■«<>«!«. AGENI • .TrUe, Pownal; B. Randall. No. Augusta /f. Glazier, Jr., Owdmrr., ^ ^ ^ Dec. 2",- ---- F. Brown’s norm isozengcs 2Es&=3a*«7^ mereurjiii <'‘"n: , ve hc,.„ sold within the last 1 liousands of box f t> \RB, Agent tor Until, rew months._--— -- Corn. *2000 aoo*1 s3-*'0white'Vlo. r.ow landing from sch Maine and for sale hy g HODGKINS A 00. Hath, Feb. 25, 1848.___^ Transparent Shades. nF a great varielFol ,mtterns. with finished Bronae U and gilt stands. Just rec’d at CHINA HAUi.. d97 lw_____ Cologne Stands, ^ARO Receivers and French V“|eh aV.V V/ just rec’u at__- -- nbloduns. I UST rec’d direct from the manufactory a large: lot J Melodians of all si/.es, at_CHINA HAI. Just Received, AFKK3H lot Oranges, and Lemon*. at Centre «t. Market. o 'VM’d9» Bath, Feh26, 1848. _aJJ Oysters. ■ IIAVR received some orimc Fresh Oysters, this I . <1 •if k<*i Susan lien, twenty hours from I inuriiiiig, by UjicHu suaau iicn, fcowi.KS. IlfMtOII. 1 Feb 25. ___— FOR SALE. . . AVF. large HOL'SE LOT on the Bast side of tzhl (J llr.il ft reel, next South of Judge Groton s. ■diii** also the House lot on Washington Street, situated between the ioutmercml ILiuae and '»•«' era I (Jhurvli. A|.|dv to Jf M- ,ML0 l*hi|ntburg, Feb. 24, 1848._ii98tf_ English Lozenges. Q LBS. best English Lozenge, rec’d aad^for sa^ Honey. qJIB Hive of prime Honey, fresh, reeeived^at^ ^ Oranges. I IIAVR col some awael Oranges—(t*al art xwMI) I *li per lloX._ __T. HOWLI.S. COAL. ■ k Ml.V expected by the tfchr* Charles, from Pbila 40 Tioio’broken nnd screened Rad Ash Goal, ,, »• •* Vt lute do uo iu III. Lump White Aidt, and for^ante u^arrive b Batb, F ib.08th, I8J8 dllM) _ Moves. yaWPA* STOVES of WALKER. Bath. April 7.1847 _55“ Font A Fluur# vnW landing from schooner Jume. Henry, from ^ .gSrispnme Maryland Whi!t^rp,ng[|o FURNITURE WARE ROOM. rJ'II Esuhscriber would invile llie attention of those in want of FURNITURE, to his es tablishment on Elm Street, (at Lite old stand of Dennison & Thornton,) where will be found an extensive assortment of Sofas, Tables, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Light-Stands, Centre Tables, Chairs, Looking Classes, dee., Ac., Of the most thorough finish and work man ship, and at pi ices as low ns 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 application and personal attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call. Z. T. THORNTON. Hath, July 26. Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership in business heretofore existing under t he firm of Dennison At Thohwto«, is this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. AM.>11 l\ DENNISON, Z. T. THORNTON. Bath, May 25,1847. The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will coiitinii to carry on the business of ihe late firm of Dennison At Thornton in all its branches; that nl demands against the firm wlil he settled by, and all debts due tile same be paid to him. d73tf Z. T. THORN TON. Flour, Meal, Fork, l.anl & Cheese, DAILY txpecled from New York, end for sale by J. D. ROBI NSON. Match 1, 1848 Encyclopedia for Sale. DODSON \S ENCYCLOPAEDIA, In forty three vol ume., for mile rheap at lire Aurtinn Itooin of Hath, Feh. 38, 1848. dIOIlf C. IV. IIOLME8. JUST RECEIVED 35 Packages of China, Class and Crockery Ware! AT CHINA HALL! CONSISTING of 225 Gold Band CHINA TEA SETTS, for almost one half what we have been selling. 5tt Enameled and Raised Fig’d—175 Flowing Blue of various prices. 6 Crates of White Granite and light Blue DINNER WARE. 6 Crates of Flowing Blue Dinner Ware. 10 Packages of Glass consisting of everything. Castors of all prices, from 62 els. to $15. Silver Plated Lades, Silver Fish Knives, Butter Knives, Pponiis, Cake Baskets. Hall and Entry Lamps of 20 different Patterns. Chandeliers of all Patterns, Solar Lamps of 25 different Patterns, Cutleiy, Fruit Trays, Giiandoles, Ate., Ate. We have now a very extensive assortment of Tea Trays of all kinds. Some new Patterns and shapes, varying as high as $20. We can only give a bird’s eye view of the assoit ment we have, but if you will only call you will see for yourselves. Bath, Felt 24. _ 6d98 Fire and Marine Insurance. THE Subscriber 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 $5,000 on any one risk, on buildings and merchandize and oil vessels, cargoes and freights on ns favorable terms as other institutions. D. C. MAGOI'N, Agent. Bath, Jan. 96, 1848. d75wl For Sale! f|!HK fast sailing and good Schooner ■ HOLD COMM ANDKIl, Uu tons hurl hen She entries 75 M Long Liitn v her, and well found with good Hails and t Rigging and in good order. She will be m sold low to close the concern. Apply to n Eii'.an, hi tmi s o iiiiti. flat Ii, Feb 90, 1848. 18(195—8w 19 Assignment. PIHlMn Notice is hereby given dial MARTHA HEDGE and LUCY II. HARR!MAN, copartners in Hade, under vlie firm name of Hedge «$• Nuriman on the 19th day of February, A. I). 1844, mnde an as signment to us of all their stock, real and personal, except such pro|>erty as is by law exempt from attach ment fur the benefit of their creditors, to be equally distributed among such ot them as shall legally be come parties to said assignment, one part of which will be kept at the store ot DAVID OWEN, JR., ill Bath. BAVIU OWEN, JR., j . . J. C. L. HOOKER, ( Assignees. rllOOw-JB Westport Bridge. NOTICE is hereby given that assessments of twen ty two ner rent h is been mnde upon each share subscribed for in the Ca|iital Stock of the West port It ridge Company ; and that the same will beanie due and payable ns follows .— The fir^t assessment January 1st, 1848. The second assessment Apiil 1st, 1848. The ’bird assessment July 1 Ht, 1848. Ity order of the Directors, SAMUEL TARIIOX, Treasurer of Rridge. N, I).—Tile stockholders at Ralh and vicinity will ideuse to pay the above assessments at the Lincoln Han a. Westport, Dec 15,1847. dMwlO New Publications. JUST received at SAWYER’S Bookstore the fol lowing New Works: The Convict, (hy James ) I.auncelnt Widge, (hy Hooton.) Christopher Tadpole. Plea-ant Art of Money Catching. Conquest of California and New Mexico. IJactenins,— Mon: droppings finin the pen that wrote Proverbial Philosophy. Natural History. Introduction to the study ot Cyclopedia of Moral 6l Religious Anecdote*. No. 1. Uhamher’s Miscellany. No. ia. pictorial England. No. JO. Refined Whale Oil. IN nnrrnlg, this day landingard for «de hy Dec, 85,1817. ma«;oi;n Hi clapp^ IlCSt 1 'l'1'1' VINEGAR. WM. JOY. TALLMAN A SEWALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law, 71.1 777, ME. Office on Front Street, opposite the Elliot House. 'I'. At H. will practice in the several Courts in Lin* join, Cumberland and Kennebec Counties, ami will levote their attention exclusively to the business of heir profession. Henry Tallman, Frederic D. Pewall. Balli, Jan. 6, 1818. (>d55—5wl2 Kennebec & Portland Rail Road. “*1 JVTOTICE Is hereby given lira AW further assessments of Five v lESSpK dollars each, have been made it *" upon each tdinre subscribed for in the Capital Stock of the KEN.NEI1KC fit PORT LAND RAILROAD COMPANY, and that the same will he due and payable as follows: The Fourth, and Fifth assessments January 1, 1818. The Sizth and Seventh assess merits February 1, 1848. Tile Eighth assessment March I, 1848. The Ninth and Truth assessments April 1, 1848. By older of the President and Directors. JOSEPH M’KEEN. Treasurer, Brunswick Nov. 24 1818. N. II. Stncklx ldersat Bath and vicinity, will pleas? [o pay the above assessments at theHn^ailahock Bank MACKEREL, QOfl and Pollock Fiili, WM. JOY. Wrapping Paper. JCST received at the Auction Room, 125 Reants of Wrapping Paper, for sale cheap. Both, Feb. 15, 1848. Flour. Ai\(\ BBLS Fancy and Common Brands, for sale by «f UU Feb 89_ M AGO UN A CLAI'P^ Preserved Cherries. PEACHES, Damsons, Rhubarb, fitc., 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 t Icertify that I have used the Otter Oil which is put up hy you. For dryness of the hair and dandrutf Millie 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 hair does not dry up again,as it does after using any other kind of oil. The re fore I can most cheerfully recom mend it to all that are afflicted with a dry and un healthy head of hair. I think any one hy using it a short time will find ita very valuable article Geo. F. Bonnet. A.G. PAGE, Agent lor Bath. Anodyne, OR,Poor Man’s Planter* Piice 12$ cents for n large size. This Plaster is recommended with the greatestconfidence ; in fact it is recommended with that confidence, that if it is obtained of tiie Proprietor, and it does not give relief, the money shall positively be leturned. 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 lias occurred where they have not given relief. Tl»e price being very low every person can obtain it. In severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Ihflluulty of Rreatliing, worn over the liings.it will afford great relief. A. <J. PAGE, Agent for Rath. F. Brown’s SARSAPARILLA & Tomato Ritters. The most used and best known Ritters before the Public.— 'i’hrse Ritters are warranted to be a purely Vegetable cofMfMMiii«i—and mark Ibis, #£/~lhey can never do the least injury in any case whatever. It hits been used in the private practice of the most successful Physicians Ibr a longtime, with great success, in purifying the blood,strengthening and invigorating the system. It is not lobe supposed that any out medicine will cure all diseases to w hich the hnman frame is subject, nor is this article recommended as -licit, like most of the quack medicine; hut for effecting the prpose for which it is designed, there is nothing that has proved itself so worthy of the publiccoutidence us this cele brated compound. The whole vegetablekingdom does not furnish two substances so admirably adapted to purify, nourish and invigorate*.!!? human system . These Ritters have all the effect of the most powerful purgatives, when used in sufficient quantity, and yet nr.' so mild in their on eration that they may he given to persons in the most delicate health with perfect safety. They are also very agreeable to the taste* There have been many remarkable cures in this town, to whichreferencfs will be given by A. li. PAGE, the only^irentin Rath. Apples. Apple* in good uider, for dale ^ AT FKIVATE SALE, At the Auction Houiii»y AC*'»QSDavfcniimertlofCfnth8,Cr,;t8fi4ineTe8.fl:wft1ilettfl , Pants, BfWA tionfls, Shawl's, Linens, Muslim** Scarfs, limes, Tahtr itn*d Pocltef Cutlery, Fancy Snaps, Ihntoiii) TlWeml, Silk, Hooks wad Eyes. Needles, Prom Tapes, Olo*es, Mitts. muds a general variety of Fnnry Hoods Consignments of the ahovewaods, wifi JVe constant ly rec-ived, turd will ft* sold’a*! pvrvafe safe at ft fair auction priee. Laities are in vifed fo Call. Ratli, April 2*2, d>!25 w28tf. Forced Sales. PCRCIIASF.RH of woolen, Doinesffe, Dress or cloak goods, or any descriplron of fancy goods, are in formed Hint consignment of the nbove goods are new beingojiened and will he received every frock thruuglr llie season al llie Bollt Shicti nt ftsstu, Ii r punitive Sale, ami will he sold al private sale an less Ilian wholesale prices. Bath Dec. KV_d3t»_ li rou ml Hock Salt. I A SACKS, containing 20 lbs e:n l>, inarvnfnr.tnred I 4" nt the •* s*iiimi.I Wat it Mills,” Ironi Ihe very hast of HOCK 8 A I.T, by “ Waldron Co.,” j»»! »r ceived nnd for sals h> Ilia subscribers, Agents for rhr Manufacturers, who «ill furnish ii in any quanlify and delivered in thiscily al the lowest Boston prite. Hath, July 2. MAGOUN \ CLAl’P. Cordage Agency. THF.stibaeriberi- agenOfortlM Plymouth Csrdagr Company willfnrnishiit shot tnotice,Tnrrednnd Manilla Cordage, intituling Holt It ops and Worin aine,bythe Gang, wt retail, an tl also, Raft in gRiggln g It Ihe lowest Boston Priee. The above Oordagets .Mnmifntltireri by “ Daya’Pa lenI Machinery ,whiebspins llie whole I englh ol the fibre oft he he in p ,and is stiperioilo any n.w iitoper "li0“' MAGOUN k CLAPP. Felt. 1 , 849 . >*• TOAY-HOAT MITRE! THE STEAMES BELLINGHAM, CAPT. MORSE, will in readiness to tow ves sels to and train the Mouth of ■ the River, and about the har nor, during! the winter. A|>* ply at the £ngadahock reny, 01 ai unpi m. s reduce on Centre Street. Hath, Dee. 6$ 1847. ***** “SOUTH KM) MARKET!” THE Subscriber would inform bis friends and the public generally I lint lie has lalieii 1 lie store ot Mr. Gilbert Trufilit on Water sheet, near loot ot South street, where lie offers a choice assortment ol West India Goods and Groceries, together with I re visions nnd ship stores lit veiy reduced prices—suslv etnhlcs. Tile niiove is offered for sale as cheap as can he found In this city or elsew here, for cash "r approv ed credit. J. «. ltlJAA. Bath, Dec. 13, 1847. EYENIIVG SALES, At the Auction Rooms, EVERY Wednesday and Saturday CvEiiin^u thro* • he n, lor Salon of Staple and Fum y Dr» CJoodrt, Ur id ware, CrocAeryr. Hath, Apr i-2.__ ___' hl' The Owner OF a Coil of Lead Pipe is requested In call on the subscriber, pay for this advertisement, and take away. A. HOPGKINS. Bath, Fell. 4, 1848. 3U8I —dw!7 Marine Insurance! fPHE Subscriber having received llie Agency of_ the l CAMDEN lJiSlHANCE COJ1P4M. N. J., (Chartered 1832) for the City of Porliaml and vicinity, will issue Policies to nn amount not exceed - ing $5,06(1 on any one risk, on vessels, cargoes and freights, on favorable terms as other insiniuions.— Losses sustained will he promptly anil honor a My ad justed, and paid ill money current at the Banks In liiis city, within thirty days after proof ot the lossand adjustment. and ill case of dispute in the settlement of claims, llie company will abide the decisions ol the Couils of ths Stale of Maine. CALEB S. CARTER, Agent. 45 Exchange St. Portland. Pcc. 99, 1847._*8d49 _ Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned having formed a Ceynrlnershrp under Hie firm of H. P.&D.lll’IIRAnD, for Ills purpose of carrying on Hie STOFF. d' 77A WAHE business, in all ils brunches, and they are no"’ prcpnred to offer the largest and best asaorinu’ii! or STOVES ever brought into this market. All those in want of any kind of a Stove will tin well 10 call before purchasing elsewhere. HORACE P. HURRAHI), DIM ON HUBBARD. Topsham, Pec 10,1347.__3"lt> Partnership Notice. SAVVA Elt dt GILBERT, (Successors to Saicyer is Sewall,) COUNSELLORS & ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office opposite Hie Elliot House, Bmli. ICj-S. &. ti. will continue business at the office late |y oi'.cupir.il by Sawicf At Bewail, nnd will attend lb** several Courts in Lincoln anil Kennebec Counties,an*! devote tliemselveH exclusively to the nrofensioii. U. F. BAWYMl, Hull.,Nov.fi, 1847—3m W. GILBERT F. Brown’s Toothache Drops, FOB tne cure oftlie worst Toothache by ils applica tion a few times. This is Hie only compound which effe ctually kills the nerve ot the defective tooth without the lemt 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, and so poi sonous in their effects. A. O. PAGE, Agent for Until. Oaininon Hoards. A FAIR article of Gammon Boards may lie found for tV cheap at the liowksloie of M REUBEN SAWYER. Fresh Oysters, J^EGEIVEf) at BOWLES. Oranges and Grapes. SWEET Oranges and Grapes, received at BOWLES. Fresh Eggs. I HA DOZ. of Fresh Eggs, for sale at - ^'hs. 1 unerV, t ..nc, .BOWLES.