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Temperance Lecture.
REV. JOHN STEVENS will deliver a lecture
before the YOUTH’S TEMPERANCE 80CIE
TI ES. at the City Hall,this (Tuesday; Evening, April
4, commencing at 7 o’clock.
The Public generally, and the friends of Temper
ance in particular are most respectfully invited to at
Per Order.
Schools.
I EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS for Pri
-f m«try and Grammar Schools will take place at the
brick School House, Centre street, on Monday next,
the 10th of April ; Primary teachers at 9 o’clock, AM.,
Gram mar Teachers at ‘2 PM.
Examination of Scholars for High School, will take
place Tuesday morning, at the high School room at 9.
Examination of Scholars for Grammar Schools on
Friday Friday and Saturday. Friday morning in the
Ncrth GratiiiHnr Room. Ftiday afternoon at the Centre
Grammar Room, Saturday morning at the South Gram
mar room. By order of the Coin,
apr 4. d&wl w
Notice.
1 F my friends that have small bills at my store, will
* call and settle them (his month, I shall feel under
some obligation to them, as I have some large hills to
pa>, which I cannot pay unless l collect my small
ones. THOMAS) BOWLES.
Bath, April 3, 1848.
Iloct. Abbott.
rPR E Doctor has sent me one dozen of his Bitters in
quart bottles. Those in want can have them at
my store TOM BOWLES
SAGADAIIOCK COMPANY.
NO'JTCFi is hereby given that the Directors of the
Sagaduhock Company have matte a second as
sessment of twenty-five dollars on each share of the
capital stock of said company. This assessment is
(payable on the 1st day of April next.
II. L. RICHARDSON, Treasurer.
Bath, March 10, 848, d113lApl
House Wanted!
WANTED, a good and convenient Dwelling House.
Inquire at this Office.
Bath, March 14.
PAPER HANGINGS.
TF.XKS & ALLEN have just received a large lot of
^ Paper Hangings—some new and elegant patterns*
fr^*Please call ar.d examine.
Bath, April 3, 1848. wS5&d
Furniture Ware Room !
ATWELL A FRENCH,
WALDOBORO’,
KEEP constantly on hundnn extensive assortment
of Solas, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs,
Ijookiug Glasses and Plates, Wash S'ands. Dressing
Tables, and all other articles usually found in a Fur
nituic Ware Room. For sale cheap for Cash.
SHIPS’ STEERING WHEELS manufactured to
order. j:itf
Philadelphia White Lend.
A very superior nrtie’e,
manufactured by HOI)
MAN Sr JOSEPH W1IAR
TON, A r im m go \\ hit« j
Lead Worts,Philadelphia.
The subscribers are con*u»i»tly receiving and oiler for
sale Abe above superior brand, warranted pure, and of
the best quality. Also, Extra and No I, together with
a general Assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Dye
Siuti's, uud Copal Varnish. Purcha?eis are invited to
call. CUTLER, DAY (Sf CO.. Agents.
EUvJj Coiner of Slat*1 and India Sf*.. M»'*t-»n .
PATTEN LIBRARY.
Tiro following new works have lately been added
to the Patron Library ;
Mrs. Opie's Works, 3 vols.
Spark's l.ife of Washington, 1
Mill’s History of the Crusades, 1
.1 irvis’ History of tiro. Sandwich Islands 1
Miss Pardoe’s Louis 11th 2
Williams’ Aliddle Kingdom or Chinese
Empire 2
llg Marvel’s Fresh Gleanings 1
SJnscoe’s Kings of England 1
Lamartine’s History of the Girondists, 2
>ocret Memoirs of the Empress Josephine. 2
dazlitt's l.ife of Napoleon 3
Schudi’s Travels in Peru 1
Miss Sedgwick’s Hope Leslie, 2
Lord Campbell’s Lives of the Lord Chan
cellors Oth At 7th vols.
Cyan gel me_ 1 vols.
Soda Fountain.
BOIYLES lias got Iris Soria a going, ami it is of the j
COOLEST KIND*
TOMATO BITTEBS.
JUST received a lot of Brown’s .Sarsaparilla and T<>
upii'J Bitters, (the genuine article,} which will be
sold iowei than (lie usual price.
J.S. SEWALL*
upr |-sii&w2\r __
$.2 Boxes—12 1-2 Boxes
SWEET ORANGES,
PEI^ schr Maria, for sale l.y
ir.h 31___BOWLES.
K«*»i»cbec and Portland Railroad.
NOTICE is hereby given that the eleventh and
twelfth assessments of five dollars each, have been
made uponear.I. share subscribed for liu the Capital
Stuck of t|p Kennebec ami Portland Ituiirond Compa
ny, and that the. same will be due ami payable on Hie
first day of May ni'Ht.
By order of the President Sc Directors,
Brunswick, MarchSK, 1848.
N. B. 'Pile above assessments will lie received at
<Jie Sagadahock Bank fur Bath and vicinitiy.
3dl‘29—iU&iwtMay 1
NEW BOOKS
Just Received at Sawyer’s Book
store
The Life and Public, services of HENRY CLAY.
Old Hicks, the Guiflc.
The Maiden Aunt,
The Arabian Nights, part 1st, Illustrated.
Jack Tier, by Cooper.
* Domestic Economy, by Miss Catharine Beecher.
Waggeries and Vagaries, by Wm. E. Barton.
Utme for Sale!
A good work Ilor<»e,for sule cheap.
Apply id thin Office.
March, 30, 1S48.____<SI’J9
Fain Killer,
THE host article there is iiitlic mu/ket—a fresh lot
received till* day, at Ott'I.KS.
Bath, M«rc#i Bft, 14148. _
New York Line.
THE brig TIIOOSA, and sch Wm.
II EMIY, will run regular between
•the Kennebec and New York. For
_ _ iparticulars enquire of II. LONGFEL
LOW, J. EMMONS, «r J. WI N8LOW, Bath ; or It.
G. UNCOLN, Hallowed, or WING 4* BATES, Gar
diner- ®h 27.
Notice,
THE Subscribers have this day formed a Copartner
ship, uruler the name of KENDALL, itlCH
ARDSON A CO., for the transaction of the Ship
Chandlery and Hard Ware business.
GEO. W, KENDALL,
JOHN G. RICHARDSON,
GILBERT E, It. PATTEN,
Bath. March 23d, 1848.
To Nathaniel Walker, Esq., one of Hie Justices of the
Pence within and for the County of Lincoln.
RESPECTFULLY represent Francis T. Purinton
and Jesse D. Wilson, owners of a double saw-mill
commonly called the Embargo Mill, situated at Gran
ny Hole so called, jnTopshain in said County—that
they, together with James Derby. Nahum Perkins,Josh
ua Haskell. David Scribner, John Barron William
Barron, James Thompson, Nathaniel Green, Charles
White, Mark Morse. Woodbury B. Purinton, Sarah
Purinton, heirs of Ezekiel Purinton, deceased; John
VV. Alexander and wile, Hugh Wilson, Arthur I..
Wilson, William W. Patten, h«*irs of Humphrey Pur
iriton, late ot Howdoin, deceased ; heir* of James Pur
inton , late of Lisbon, deceased ; Pelatiah Haley, Abel
Merrill, William Sprague, William Whitten, and di
vers othei persons unknown, are owners of a certain
Dam commonly called the Long Dam, lying partly in
Lincoln ar.d partly in Cumberland Counties, extend
ing from Fish rock island, otherwise called Derby’s
island, to the rocks on the Great Mill Brow so called ;
that the said Long Dam is necessary to the woiking of
the said Embargo Mill, and is out of repair, and that
it has become necessary that the said Dam should be
immediately rebuilt or repaired ; and the petitioners
therefore request you, pursuant to law: to call a meet
ing of all the owneis of said Long Dam, to he held at
the Counting-room of Nahum Perkins, in said Tops
ham, on Saturday the twenty-second day of April
next, at two o’clock, in the afternoon, for the follow
ing objects, viz :
To choose a moderator, clerk, and all other necessa
ry committees or agents; and
To determine whether the owners will rebuild or
lepair the said Dam ; and to inise money, make con
tracts, and take all other measures necessary or prop
er to rebuild or repair the same, if they conclude so to
do.
Dated at Topsham, this eighteenth day of March,
A.D. 1848. FRANCIS T. PURINTON,
JESSE D. WILSON.
LINCOLN, as.—To Francis T. Purinton and Jesee D.
Wilson, Petitioners as above,
YOU are hereby authori8ed and requited to call a
meeting of the above named James Derby and
others, and all persons owners of said Long Dam, to
be held at the lime and place and tor the objects men
tioned in said application, by publishing a copy of
your application and this warrant, and of your notifi
cation thereon, lliree weeks successively in the North
ern Tribune, a newspup r printed at liatli in the Coun
ty of Lincoln, and the Portland Advertiser or some
other newspaper printed at Portland in the County of
Cumberland, the last publication to be riot less than
ten r.or more than thirty days before the meeting.
Willies® my hand and seal this eighteenth day of
March. A.D. 18*18.
NA ril’l« WALKER, Justice of the Peace.
To James Derby and all the other owners named or
described in the foregoing application, and all per
sons interested in said Dam :
PURSUANT to tfie foregoing wairanf, to iis dirert
i ed, you are hereby notified to meet at the time
and place and for the objects above specified in our
petition. FRANCIS T. PURINTON, { Peti
JKSHE D. WILSON, j tinners.
Topsham. March, 1848. HwiM
Notice.
CARPENTER CO.’S EXPRESS will leave Hath i
for Boston every day in tlie week, Sunday ex
cepted. Fwrfurther particulars inquire at
KENDALL, RICHARDSON & CO.’S.
Bath, March. H, 1848. _
Clerk Wanted.
Apply to MjaOVJf !( CLAPP.
Hath, March 28, 1818;
CASH WANTED.
For 150 Hills, (i n. Flour
25 flu Mess Fork.
1000 bushel, of Corn.
.0000 ilis. Cheese, now in stoic.
J. D. ROBINSON.
March 58.___
*L. P. LEMONT & SON.,
HWF.just returned from Boston with a good as
sortment and well selected
Stock of Spring Goods.
They have some very rich styles of VESTINGS
fcr Spring and Summer wear.
They would be very happy to have their friends
call and examine.
Tlic Spring Styles of Hats & Caps
as good an article as can be bought elsewhere.
March 27.—d&w24
GEO. P. MERRILL,
HAS on hand a large lot of SEAMENS’ Oil.
CLOTHES, which'he will sell at Wholesale, on
better terms than c«a lie bought in Boston.
03* CALL AND SEE i'Jd}
Hath, March 23, 1848._
Brown Sugar.
feKBRT*?. Ilnvnntin Brown Sugar, VERY CHEAP.
a*44 lit llie Auction. Rooms,
March 27.
Painted Window Shades and
Pixtnm.
JUST received from the Manufacture ns, 51 lnt
Painted Window Similes with tfiueal balance
Fixtures and Tassels, of different StAi ami prices,
and for sale hv JENKS 4c ALLEN.
Hath, March 14-_d 113*33_
Stoves.
VESSELS* STOVES of all sizes foi 3»le hv
WILLAttl) WALKRtt.
Bath, April 7,1847 SS*
Flour.
Cfli) Bbls. Genesee anil Ohio FLOUR, now landing
and for sale by MAGOUN & CLAFF.
March 7.
Marine Insurance!
'"PHE Subscriber having received the Agency of the
1 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, oil vessels, cargoes and
freights, on a.*, favorable terms as other institutions.—
Losses sustained will hr promptly and honorably ad
justed, and paid hi money current at the Banks in
this city, within tlijrty days after 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 ths State of Maine.
CALEB S. CARTER, Agent,
45 Exchange .St.
Portland, Dec. 29, 1847 78d49
Pleasure Boat Angcnoria.
THE above named pleasure boat, now lying nt Bos
ton, is offered tor sale. She was built in 184G—is
copper Instened, built of the best mateiialk, and fin
ished most beautiful style. Her tonnage is II 75—
length 31 feet, breadth 12 feet, depth 4 fret. Apply to
March 24.—d 123 CEO. DAVIS &. CO.
Brunswick & Portland Line!
The steamer flush
ing has been thoroughly re
paired and has commenced her
regular trips as follows—
Leaves Brunswick wharf, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Eridays, at 10 o’clock, A. M.
Returning, leaves Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays, at l l-2o’clock, P. M.
JOHN S. CUSHING, Agent.
Brunswick, March 10, 1848. d!12
SILVER SPOONS.
A GREAT variety of Table and TeaSpoons, as cheap
as can be bought in the city, according to quality
can he found at T. H. G. MAUS'l ONS.
Match, 10. _ _
Crushed and Ground Sugar.
1 r URLS. Stewart’s Crushed and Ground Sugar, of
the best quality. For sale by
Match 11. —d112 E. HODGKINS & CO.
Ship Stores.
THE subscriber will furnish STORES for VESELS*
use, of all kinds, on satisfactory terms
He has just received a large assortment of every ar
ticle med in the FISHING BUSINESS; and will
furnish them at low prices J S SEWA/.L
March 22 I indlw_ 120
For Sale !
A GOOD Horse, Truck Wagon, Sled and Harness,
by ialw 120 CLAPP & WIIITM&N
Stoves! Stoves!!
rilHE Sunacribers would inform tVc public that they
J have a large assortment of Cooking and other
Stoves, which they will sell very cheap. They also
continue to keep a good supply of the celebrated
ST E\VA K T STOVES,
which thev will sell WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
as cheap as can be bought in New England.
MITCHELL & T OW.
Rath, .Ian. 2fl. 1848. d72wlo
LI a ms.
A LOT cf Bosion cured llanos—n superior ariicl", for
sale I y J S SEWALL.
March 84.— Kd9w
Sugars.
BROWN nrd White Havana Sugar, Crushed, Pow
dered and Loaf do., Porto Itico. New Orleans and
Cuba do—for sale by J S SEWALL.
March 24—IU«I2\v __
PICKLES.
BY the jar nr ynllnn, for sale hy
March 84—lOdSw JS SEWALL
COFFEE.
OLD. Java, Rio, Cape, Porto Cabello, and St Domin
go Coffee for sale by J S SEWALL.
March 24—I2d2w
Spices and Figars.
A LARGE assortment of tke bpst SPICES and CI
GARS, ju»i r»*c’d and for sale by
March 24. !0d3w J. S. SEWALL.
Teas.
\ LARGE.assortment of Hyson, Xingyonc, Oolong
1 * nr.d Souchong TEAS, put up in convenient pack
ages for family use, for sale by
March 24—I0d2w J R SEW ALL.
Hemp ami Cotton Seine Twines.
OF all sizes, together with a complete assortment of
Jh’ISH MUUKS, constantly for sale upon the
best terms by JOSEPH WEST <V CO.
Dec 28. 13wll 5 Dock Square, Boston
Stone, Chased & Plain Bings.
A LARGE assortment, some very heavy Chased and
** Plain Rings, just rec’d and for sale cheap, bv
March 10._T. H. G. M AffcToX.
Removal!
'■pHE Subscriber would inform his friends and pat*
l rons in this city and vicinity that he has remov
ed from his old stand to one nearly opposite, lately oc
copied by Jotlmni Wormwood. 'Tendering his sincer
thunks to the public for the liberal patronage which
they have bestowed upon him in lime past*, he would
remin them that lie is prepared to wait upon them a
bis new stand, wiser** he will carry on the business o
Tailoring, Cutting, See. in its different branch* * as
heretofore. JOHN BOVEY.
Bath, Dec. 13,1847. d35w9
For Sale in Tops&am,
OXE-FOURTI! of a Saw mill and privilege—one*
fourth of a shingle-machine privilege and build
ing—one store, and a small house adjoining the same ;
ihc stoie can be converted into a good dwelling house
at a small expense. Terms liberal and possession
given immediately. Apply to NATH’L GREEN.
Tedsham, March 22, 1848. 3w24
Pork & Beef !
N EW Mesa, Clear and Prime POKE,
“ *• I! ELK.
“ Leaf LA it It,
Jrist leceivsd and f«r Bate bv J S SEW At.I.
March 22 lOdiirv 121
City Daguerriitn Gallery.
j\ W. C. MOKBISOIV.
IThisold rooms, four (loots North of the Elliot
** House. Front Rt., continue* to turnish pictures in
the heat style of tile art. and unsurpassed by any in
the country.
Mr. Morrison would Invifethe public to call and ex
amine specimen* of his work, among which insy be
found many familiar faces, deputed with the utmost
truthfulness and beauty.
Pictures taken of sick and deceased persons by leav
ing orders at his rooms.
Views of Buildings and Landscapes taken, without
being reversed.
Bath, August*!, 1847. ~
--—»- i--=-“
COAL.
NOW landing from (he echr. Charles, from Phila
delphia,
40 Tons broken and screened Red Ash Coal
20 do “ •• While do do’
00 do Lump While A6b, and for sale b»
B. O. WEEKS.
JJath, Feb. 28th, 1848. dlOO
FOR SALE.
JgJ, rplIE spacious and valuable brick dwelling
I;:,.ill -1 house, at the corner of Washington and
North streets, opposite the Hon. Ehen Clap’s.
8»id House is one of the most valuable and pleasant
ly situated in the city. Apply to
Hath, Fell. 24. JOHN STOCKBRIDGE.
oawdDSwCO
Copartnership Notice.
THE undersigned having formed a Copartnership
under the firm of
H. P. & D. HUBBARD,
for the purpose of carrying on the STOVE Sf 7YA
WARE business, in all its brunches, and they arc now
prepared to offer the largest and best assortuiont of
STOVES ever brought into this market.
All those in want of any kind of a Stove will do
well to call belore puichusing elsewhere.
HORACE P. HUBBARD,
„ v DIM ON HUBBARD.
Topsham, Dec. 10,1847. 3m9
Nicholas Nichols
HAS iemoved his office to the Municipal Court
Room, tinder the CITE HALL.
_March 16, 1848.
Those who wish for
W^A PCH ES, Jewelry, Silver Spoons, or any other
1 » articles in his line, will find ihey can do as well
|Qr themselves as any wheje else, at least, by calling at
Bath, March 15,1648._ HAYDEN’S.
WRAPPING PAPER.
/'t ARDINER WRAPPING PAPER, ol all sizes just
V, rec d *"<l for ’Ole by JENKS & ALLEN.
Rath, March 9. 1848. 30dlll
Plymouth Cordage Company.
rfMIE Subscribers, Agents for the Plymouth Colrdage
, Company at Plymouth, Mass., will furnish at
„ notice. Tarred and Manilla Cordage, including
Bolt, Itope, vV or inline, and also Rafting Rigging, by
the gang or retail, manufactured from the beit Russia.
American or Manilla Hemp, and by the most perfect
machinery in the United Statas, and will he sold at
the lowest Boston prices. MAGOUN &. OLAPP.
Bath, March 7,1848. *
For Sale
rPHE good Old Sc hr Packet,87 Tons bur
-a then. Apply to
v „ L }• ». ROBINSON,
arch 18th, 1848.
SPRING STYLE HATS!
NOT ALVORD'3, BUT
BEEBE ACOSTAB’S.
THE only “style” issued, exeept at second hand:
1 which any one can easily ascertain by taking the
trouble to iaform himself corieetly on the subject;
albeit, a man by the name of Alvord did once hold the
position before the public now occupied by REEBE Sc
IMWJ'AK, but his “glory has departed from, him.”—
We respectfully ask Hie public to call, examine and
compare before purchasing elsewhere I.et it he re
membered. that it is not Alvord or.“Alford” who issue
'■the style", hut BEEBE. S' COSTAK. We shall al
ways consider onrselves “fortunate” in being able lo
stive the public by introducing the new style of Hals
as soon as (but not “before”) it is “issued,”
FARSsWOKTII & BROOKS.
King’s Building, Front Bt., West side, opposite the
head of Hodgkins’ Wharf.
■ Bath, Match 13, 1848. d113—w22
AJ.l null's SI'HIM, STYLE
HATS.
THE subscriber, not being so fortunate as to receive
Hie Spring style of Hats before they were issued
would inform the public generally that he has this day
received the ei nuine bpring style, issued, on Tuesday
last at New York city by E. B. Alvord. Call and ex
amine before purchasing el-ewticie.
March IQ. dlltiwai DAVIS HATCH.
Roobi Papers.
THE subscriber is Belling PAPERS at a
* great discount train former juices. Those who wish
tobuy Hoorn Papers thtap, will do well to call at the
Bookstore of REUBEN SAWYER.
2 Doors North oi the Elliot House
New Publications.
JUST received at SAWYER’S bookstore the fol
lowing New Works:
The Convict, (by James )
Launcelot Widpe, (by ilooton.)
Christopher 7’adpoie.
Pleasant Art of Money Catching.
Conquest of Calilornia and New Mexico.
Hactenius,—More droppings from the pen that wrote
Proverbial Philosophy.
Natural History. Introduction to the study of
Cyclopedia of Moral 6c. Religious Anecdotes. No. 1.
Chamber’s Miscellany. No. 13.
Pictorial England. No. 40.
Chevalier Bayard, (by Simms )
The Model Letter W riter, or Polite Manuel.
Bath, Feb 21, 1*48.__ d95w!9
Portraits
AF IIENUV CLAY and JOHN QUINCY A D
"" AMS, just received and for sale at SAWYER’S
Bookstore.
Flour, Fork, Laid, Cheese, Ac.
BHLP. Genenee Flour,
v. 50 bbl#. Clear and Vies# Pork.
J2 do. Lard.
4 Tierces do.
90Otl I js. New York Cheese.
200 bush Meal.
7bblu. Crashed and Powdered Sugar.
Now landing at City Steam Mill Whaif, from brig
Eagle from New York, and for sale by
J.I). ROBLNSON.
March 10, J848. dill
Beans and Dried Apples.
A LARGE lot just received and for #aleby
March 24—10d2w J 8 SEW ALL.
Potash!
PJRST sort Pet ask, ju#i received and fer«l« hy
Mmch 22 iOdSwt 126 J 8 SKWAU.
To Arrive.

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