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FOR THE LADIES! AND how in Hie lime for them to improve their priv ilege, for never hits the opportunity been offered them, in this city, To make so good a Selection of Furniture, SB ASaf' © fj O W <" It o o ill S, Front Streets Among his splendid assortment may J>cr>e.er. five nv«e«„t oa.teroH of Mahogany Chairs Sofas, different patterns of MaUognitJ' . of superior patterns i Rocking Cltnii s, of all kinds from *3 to SiiO. Among Ins Bedsteads are rhe follow"n?-MalTogany Couch and Windlass Black Walnut Canister Couch, a new article , Anti Bedbug, patent Screw do', Turn up. Cross leg. J a,,eL’ G”1',c? Trundle, Common Bedsteads, &c. Uedslesds painted all colors. „ . ,, , . , TIMK PIECES, and Festhers of all kinds. Also, two new Ruse wood Pianos, to be sold at a 4?rent Baruam. if Applied lor soon. t,ruit JfoRQBT TO CAUL. Bath, Feb. 2d. 1648. _ dl00w20-tf Kennebec & Portland Rail Road. [ OT1CE is hereby given ilia furlhei assessments of Five dollars each, have been made •upon each share subscribed for in the Capital Stock of the KENNEBEC & PORT LAND RAILROAD COMPANY, and that the same will be line and payable as follows: Tile Fourth and Fifth assessments January 1, 1848. The Sixth and Seventh assessments February 1, 1848. Tile Eighth assessment March I, 1848. The Ninth and Ttnth assessments April 1, 1848. Bv Older oTtlie President and Directors. JOSEPH M’KEEN. Treasurer, Brunswick Nov.24 1848. N. It. Stockhclderaat Bath and vicinity, will pleasa to pay the above assessments at tbeSat/ndahork Bank J. T. WHIPPLE, rpEACHER of tlie ORGAN, Piano I Forte, Violin, Flute,&c. • • - • . Also Composerandarranger of Band and Cotillion Music. Residence at Mrs.Minorus’,on Washinton St. ditlwtl Pitch Pine Timber. a Aft nnA feet Pitch Pine Timber. 4t)U,UUW Also, a quantity of HAC.Mj KNEES, of all sites,for sale by CLARK U. SEW ALL. Bat h, March 2,1848 w20lf ATAC SPRING STYLE HATS! NOT ALYORD’S, but BEEBE & COSTAR’S. THE only “style” issued, exeept at second hand: which any one can easily ascertain by taking the trouble to inform himself correetly on the subject ; albeit, a man by the name of Alvord di»1 once noldthe oosition before tile public now occupied by HHEBE & i;OSTAR, hut his “glory has departed from him. — We resnectfullv ask the public to call, examine and ALVORD’S SPRING STYLE rplIE subscriber, not being so fortunate as to receive 1 the Spring style of Hats before they were issued would inform the public generally that lie has this day received the cenuine bpring style, issued on Tuesday last at New York city by E. It. Alvord. Call and ex amine before purchasing el-ewhere. March 10. d!12w31 DAVIS H.1 DAVIS HATCH. PIANO FORTES. Ilf ILL/VllD W. It Y R Mi sole A Rent of Vi Ciiickerinc’s celebrated Piano Furies. Second hand Piano F ortes taken in exchange for Piano Fortestuned,and Second Hand Pianostolet.j Komns No. 2 Pierce’s Block, FrontSt. Entrance at the store of 1. JEWETT. Hath, March 10. 1848. _d298wltf TO THE AFFLICTED! D1S. I- GIRARDIN, Formerly of Paris, ip AN he consulted as usual at his residence, No. 0 \.j Albany St. Huston, opposite the United States Hotel. Persons afflicted with the following diseases *vil! do well to make immediate application, viz : Lameness, of every description, lupine and Nip Com* plaints, White Swelling Scioftiln, Cancer*. malignan Sores of every kind, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Cont sumption. Liver Complaints, Epileptic Fits, Catarrh, Dropsy, Kidney and bladder affections, Rheumatism, Phthisic, Arttimi. &c., 4*c., Cures warranted in all cases lie undeDakes. Hr. L. Girnrdin has had fifteen years, extensive practice in the above Diseases, ami is a member of the Medical Reformed Practice, and uses no mercury in any cases whatever. Dr. L. Chardin, to accommodate his large number f patients on the Kennebec, will visit Hath the first Wednesday and Thursday of December, February and April. Bowdoinhum, Nov. 30, Feb. 1st, and April 3d. Brunswick December#, February 4 and April 7. Boston, Dec. 1, 1847. dly.i64-w34 Cash Paid T70II old CANVASSand CANVASS RAGS, hy §< RICHARDS & I10SKTN8. r line \ or1l v . 184~. dJ51 w-2'4 FOlt SALK. nriE ppneious and valuable brick dwelling I house, at the corner of Washington and m . "North streets, opposite the Hon. Ehcn Clap’s, f^id Rouse is one of the most valuable and pleasant cl,y Apjo(|1n stockbridgt. oawc!9iwCO “SOUTH END MARKET!” HE Subscriber would Inform hi? friends and the public generally that he has token the store nl Mr. Gilbert Truant on Water street, near fovt ol 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, Molasses, Coffee, Oil, Spices, Flour Meal, Mice, Raisins,—Ueef, Pork, Lard,and Rutter—Crock ery, Glass, Stone and Eariheru Ware, together with a good assortinentof Fresh Provisions,Fruit and Veg etables. The above is offered for sale as cheap as can be found In thiscity or elsewhere, for cash or approv ed credit. J.G. UI1NN. Hath, Dec. 13, 1847. Ivd291 BELLINGHAM TOW-BOAT NOTICE! THE STEAMEX J CAPT. MORSE, will in readiness to tow ves* , sels to and from the Mouth o! .the River, and about the har sher, during the winter. Ap- I ply at the Sagadahock Ferry, or at Uapt M.’a residence on Centre Street. Bath, Dec. 6, 1847.__ d4m_| F. Brown’s Worm Lozenges AREthe most valuable and certain medicinescver discovered for destroyingandexpellingall kinds j of Worms which so frequently trouble children.— ' They area most excellent remedy, and are as plea sant to the taste as any common confectionary. They ditferfroin all other Worm Lozenges,as they have no j mercury in them. Thousands of boxes have been sold within the last j rew months. A.G. PACE,Agent tor Bath. Corn. Qfinfl Bush, yelow Corn. goo “ white do. r.ow landing from sch Maine and for sale by Bath, Feb. 25,1848. E. HODGKINS 6c CO. d‘J8 Transparent Shades. OF a great variety ol pattern*,with finished Bronze and giit stands. Just rac’d at CHINA MALI.. d97 Iw Cologne Stands, CARD Receivers and French Vases, in great variety just rec’d at CHINA HALL. | MELODIANS. JUSTrec’d direct from the manufactory a large lot Melodi&n* of all sizes, at CHINA HALL. Just Received, AFRESH lot Oranges, and Lemons, at Centre st. Market. IVM. JOY. Bath, Feb26, 1848. d99 _ Corn A Flour. NOW landing from schooner James Henry, from Baltimore, 2000 bushels prime Maryland Whije rorn, 1500 do Jo do Yelluw Mealing do 200 barrels Baltimore super Howard st Flour, and foi sale by B. O. WEEKS, Bath, Feb 22, 1958 d9f» TrevalFs Wharf Great Bargains AT THE 2^03^5^ DRY GOODS NO. 3 HATCH’S HOTEL. CENTRE ST., NEXT THE CITY HALL. THE undersigned having purchased a large Stock of Dry Goods, both fancy and staple, at Auction, would inform the citizens of Bath, that we shall sell them at these reduced pi ices. Cashmere Long Shawls at $10,00 do do do Cashmere Square, All Wool de Lain, do Nett, 4-4 Linens 4-4 do 6-4 do Damask 6 4 do do Thibets .Merino, do Alpacca, Figured do Delains Calico, 7 4 Damask Cloth 6 4 do eo Cotton 1 yard wide, French Broadcloths English do. Doeskins French do Striped do CaMiineres Sattinett Also a large lot of 14.00 8,00 2.50 former price $50,00 " 30,00 ,33 ,50 ,42 ,02 ,50 ,20 ,25 ,17 ,08 1,00 , ,6 4.50 2.50 J,25 1,75 ,75 1.25 ,37 14,00 5.00 1,25 ,50 ,75 ,62 1 ,°5 1,05 ll00 ,37 ,50 ,25 ,10 1.50 1.25 8 0,00 4.00 2.00 2.25 1,75 1,75 .75 French Flowers, Feathers, Flan nels, Hose, Ilantlkfs, Tabs. We would lie happy to have the I.udies nnd Gentle men of [lath and vicinity call and examine our assort ment. Hatch’s Block, Centre St. e. it. Roituiirs. Parti, March 9« KMS. dl40 Fishermen arc requested to EXAMINE! CH ARTS of Newfoundland and Banks. Charts of Gull' of 8t. lawmen, including Miramichn and Chaletir Buys. Cliaiis of the Const of Nova Scotia, with the Bay of Kundy, &.C., being the latest Ameri can and English publications, witli lioolts of direc tions, for sale hv JOHN II.WHEN. Bath, March 83,1848._<1183 w83 WILLARD WALKER, Dealer in Staves, Ships’ Cabouses, Eire- Frames, Lead Pipe, Tin, Copper and Hollow Ware, dl34 Broad Street Bath,Me. -- - --R, TIIE Subscriber, wishing to leave the city, offers for sale his Real Estate,situated at the eastern end of Pine St., near South Steam Mill, on Washing ton Street, sonsisling of one one and a half slnry House, one do. one story | together wiih a good Sta IF applied for soon, a convenient two story dwelling house in Garden St., nerlh of the House of Free man Clark, F.si|. Said house is pleasantly situated, For Sale! amcl in good repuir. Apply to^ Bath, Feb. 01,1848. JOHN STOCK H RIDGE eod96—w 19 FURNITURE WARE ROOM. TPHEsubseriber would invite the attention of those in want of FURNITURE, to lira e( 1 tablisluuent on Elin Street, (attlie old stand of Dennison & Thornton,) where will be found an extensive assortment of Sofas, Tables, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Light-Stands, Centre Tables, Chairs, Booking Glasses, &c., &c., Of the 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 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. Bath, July 26. __ Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Copartnership in business heretofore existing under the firm of Dennison & Thornton, is this day dissolved by mutual consent of the parties. AM Ml P. DENNISON, Z. T. THORNTON. Bath, May 25,1817. The undersigned hereby gives notice that he will continu to carry on the business of the late firm ef Dennison &. Thornton in all its branches; that nl demands against the firm wlil be settled by, and all debts due the same be paid to him. d7:ttf Z.T. THORNTON. Encyclopaedia for Sale. DOpSON’S ENCYCLOPAEDIA, in forty tli vol rimes, for Hale cheap at the Auction Room of Bath, Feb. 28,1848. dlOIlf C. W. HOLMES. F. Brown’s Toothache Drops, FOR the cure ofthe worst Toothache by its applica tion a few times. This is the only compound which effectually kills the nerve of the defective tooth nfetioutthe least pain or injury t» the others. It is wRiinnted not to contain the least acid or Kreosote which is so injurious to the other teeth, aud so poi sonous iulheir effects. A. G. PA GE, Agent for Bath. First Sort Potash, IN prime order, just received at the City Market, by A.G. PARjS. Cotton Duck. A GOOD assortment constantly on littnp ami for ale Feh 22 by MAGOUN &. CLAPsP. Forced Sales. 1}URCII ASERS of woolen, Domestic, Dress or cloak I grinds, or any description of fancy goods, are in formed that consignment of tire above good, are now being opened and will be received every week through the season at the Bath Jluctim Hoorn, I. r positive Sule, and will be sold at private sale an less than vholc-sale prices. Bath Dec. 15. __toio_ AT PRIVATE SALE, At the Auction Rooms, A GOOD assortment of Cloths,Casaimeres.Sattinetts, Pants, Drees Goods, Shawls, Linens, Muslins, Scarfs, Unices, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Fancy Soaps, Puttons. 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 auction price. Ladies are invited to Call. Bath, April 22,_d!25 \v98tf. FOR SALE. jl large MOUSE I<OT on the East side of foe® V* High street, next South of Judge Groton’s ** " ALSO the House lot no Washington Street, situated between the Commercial House and the Cen tral Church. Apply to TIIOS. M. REED. Phipsburg, Feb. 2d, 1848-_d96tf_ Oainmon Hoards. A FAIR article of Gammon Boards may he found for sale cheap at the bookstore of REUBEN SAWYER. New Pork & Lard. ODD Bids. Clear, Mess and Prime PORK. 50 Kegs nice Western LARD, now landing and for sale by March 7 M AGO UN & CLAPP. F. Brown's SARSAPARILLA & Tomato Bitters. The most used and best known Bitters before the Public.— These Bitters art* wniranted to be a purely Vegetable compound—and mark this, Q£rlhey cun never do the leant injury in any case whatever. It has been used in the private practice of the most successful Physicians for a Iona time, with great success, in purftying the blood,strengthening and invigorating the system. It is not lobe 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; bm for effecting itie prpose for which it is designed, there is nothing that has proved itself so worthy of the puhlicconfidence as this cele brated compound. The whole vegetnblekingdom does not furnish two substances so admirably adapted to purify % nourish and invigorate the human system . These Bitters have all the effect of the most powerful purgatives, when used in sufficient quantity, and yet an so mild in their oo eration that they may be given to persons in the most delicate health with peifect salety. They are also very nmeeable 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. PIOKLES.—A newr and fresh article of Cucumber Pickles in handsome order maybe found at the Sou h End Market. _ J 6* DUNN. New Crop Molasses. NOW LAND INC., ISO lihds very superior Cardenas Me rlolas.es, for .ulo by Hath, Keh. 0. E. HODGKINS & CO. Sperm Candles and Oil. _ F Sunenor Qualitv for sale at tlie City Market, by Q * A. G. PAGE. MACKEREL, ^jODnnd Pollock Fi^Ji, YVM.JOV. Wrapping Paper. JUST received at the Auction Room, 125 Ream9 of Wrapping Paper, for sale cheap. Bath, Feb. 15, 1848. Flour. AAA BBI.S Fancy ami Common Brands, for sab* by 1UU Feb 22 MAGOUN Jr CLAPP. Preserved Cherries. PFiACflES, Damsons, Rhubarb, &c., of superior quality, for sale at the City Market, bv A. G. PAGE. 20 Apples. » BBL. Apples in good older, for sale at BOWLES. N Fresh Lemons and Oranges. EW Fruit received at BOWLES. New York Oysters. , (\ It MLS. of Fresh Oysters received this day, and 1 U for sale at __ BOWLES. Sea Otter Oil For Preserving and Beautifying the hair. Boston, Dec. 1838. Dr. Frederick Brown t I certify that 1 have used the Otter Oil which is put up by you. For drynos of the hair and dandruff on Ihe head, 1 do think it superior to any other oil I ever 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. '1 hcreforel 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 ahorttime will find ila very valuable article Geo. F. Bonney. A.G. PAGE, Agent tor Bath. Anodyne, OR,Poor Man’sPlaster. Price J2£ cents for n large size. This Plaster is recommended with the greateatconfirtenre ; in fact it is recommended with that confidence, that if it is obtained of the Proprietor, and it does not give relief, Itminoney jhall positively be icturned. For weakness or pain in tire loins, back side, breast, limbs, neck, joints, Rheumatism, Lumbago, &c. There have been thousands of them sold, and not one niiu^i instance has occurred where they have not given ■Bcf. The price being very low every person can obfffTn it. In severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Difficulty of Breathing, worn over the lungs,it will afford great relief. A. G. PAGE, AgentforBath. EVENING SALES, At the Auction Rooms, EVERY Wednesday and Saturday Evenings thro the Se <•<'*»», for Sales of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, llnid ware, CrocAery. &.c. ,&c. Bath, Apr. 123. dl 8tf. SPRING IS COMING. Frederick Brown’s Bitters. ONE CASE of Brown’s Bitters, the best Spring Me dicine ever used. For sale at a reduced price, at j BOWLES’. Boston Hlatclics, yy7 HOLES ALE mid Retail, at BOWLES1. Baldwin Apples. SOME nice Baldwin ami Greeii'iig Apples received at BOWLES’. Cameo and Stone Pins. A BEAUTIFUL assortment, just received, elienp er than ever. For Kile by March 10, T 11. G. MARS TON. Flour. Flour. I 1,1,19 of Genesee Flour in prime order for sale 13" by J. G. GUMN, at tiro South End Market. James Thomas & Cos’. ylUGINEGold Leaf Tobacco, for sale at^ ^ _ Moxican Regalia’s. « 1ME Ilrand of cigars, for sale at A BOWLES’. Sivect Oranges and Lemons. BOWI.ES. ^I| boxes sweet Orange.", 10 do Lemons, for sale by_ _ Best Imported Cigars. ja M. good Spanish f" mtV) Cigars, for pale at M. good Spanish Cigar*. Also a lot of cheap • - • * BOWLES. Blank Books. rpHB subscriber has on hand and for^sale low for 1 Cash Cash, a good assortment ol Itlank Books. * B KEUBEN SAWYER.