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China Tea Company.
THE Subscriber having been appointed the Acent for this Company, has received a ltrge supply of Fresh Teat, nt exceeding low prices, and comprising some ot the highest grades of Teas ever imported into this country. >40 per cent saved by using the pure, fragrant and cheap Tens of the China Tea Co. The Histojy ot Tea, i»s use and abuse, can be had gratis by calling upon the Agent. A G PAGE, Authorised Agent tor the China Tea Co. Townsend’s Sarsaparilla. FOR Sale by A G PAGE. Agent for Both 1 R HALEY. “ “ Brunswick, Neats Tongues & Dried Beef. IN prime order, for sale at the City Market, by __A G PAGE. Greening Apples. 1A Rbls Greening Apples (perfectly sound) for mb* at 1V April 6_BOWLES'. Spanish Olives. A lot of prime Olives, fer sale at _ BOWLES'. Short Notice. DEMANDS due the Subscriber must he paid imme diately, to save cost. The next call will not ba made by WILLARD WALKER. Bath, April 5, J848. 36dl33—6w25 * -- I School for Voting Ladies. MISS NOUIISE ha* just commenced her second term i« the building opposite the Commercial House, corner of Centre and Washington Streets. IUth‘, April 5, 1848. ('*1133—Iw25 New Goods. rpiIE Subscribe! has just leturned from Boston with -■ a large assortment of SUPERIOR GROCER IES, PROVISIONS FRESH GROCERIES, which will be sold at the lowest rates. (Jail and sec A. G. PAGE. Bath Lyceum. A Lecture will he delivered before (lie Bath Lyceum th*s (Wednesday) evening, April 5, by Dr. WM. E- PAYxNE. Lecture commence at 7J o’clock. Persons not members can he admitted for I9£ cents. Par «>rder. Bath, April 5. 1848.Id 133 Flour, Corn, &c. 900 MLls Common and Extra Brands FLOUR, 3000 Bushels CORN, 50 do RYE, MOO Lhs CHEESE, M Boxes Havana Brown SUGAR, Now landing from Sell Mary H Case from New York, and for sale hy E. HODGKINS & CO. liatli, April.5. 1848. __dl33w25 Schools. EXAMINATION OF TEACHERS for Pri L* m,»ry. and Grammar Schools will take place al the brick School House, Centre street, on Monday next, the 10th of April ; Prim.iry teachers at 9 o’clock, AM., Grammar Teachers at PM. Examination of Scholars for High School, will take place Tuesday morning, at the high School room at 9. Examination of Seholnrs for Grammar Schools on Friday Friday and Saturday. Friday morning in file North Grammar Room. Fi iday afternoon at the Centre Grammar Room, Saturday morning at the South Gram mar room. By older of the Com apr 4. d&wl w Doct. Abbott. PTMIE Doctor lias sent me one dozen of his Bifters in A qjiart bottles. Those in want can ha ve them at Qiy store TOM BOWLES feAGADAHOCK COMPANY. IY or ICE is hereby given that the Directors of the A* Sagadahock Company have made a second as scssmenf-of twenty-five dollars on each share of the capital stock of said company. This assessment is payable oil the 1st day of April next. ID L. RICHARDSON, Treasurer. Bull:, March 10, C48, <1113lAp 1 Rouse Banted! WANTED, a good and convenient Dwelling House. Inquire at this Office. Bath, .March 14. PAPER RINGINGS. TENKS &c ALLEN have jii<t received a large lot of Paper Hangings—some new and elegant patterns* 03“Please calj.ar.d examine. Bath, A fir11 3, 1848. w05&d Philadelphia White Lead. A very Piiperior nrl'c'e, manufactured by ROD• MANS: JOSEPH WHAR TON, A ram in go White __iLeaJ Works,Philadelphia. The subscribers' are coosumtly receiving and otter for sale toe above superior brand, warranted pure, and of the best quality. AJso, Extra and No 1, together with q general Assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Dye Stuffs, and Copal Varnish. Purchaseis are invited to call CUTLER.; DAY $ CO.. Agents. J3\v25 Coiner of. State and India Sts., Huston, ! TOMATO- BATTERS. JUST received a lot of. Brown’s Sarsaparilla and To inatn Bitters, (tlie genuine article,) which will be sold, lower than the usual price.. J. S. SEWALL. «pr 1—dJiwQur _ _ A& Boxes—la l-ai Boxes SWEET ORANGES, I>EK schr Maria, for sale ty I inh itl._BOWLES, Kennebec and Portland ltailroadv NOTICE is hereby given that the eleventli and twelfth assessments of fly. dollars each,have been made upon each share subscribed for in the. Capital Stock of the Kennebec and Portland Railroad Compa ny, and that tile same will be due and payable on the lirsl ilny of May next. By order of the Piesident &. Directors, Brunswick, March 58, 1846. N. 11. The above assessments will, he receivedi at the Sagadnhock Bank for Bath and vicinity. 3d 129—doawt.Vnyl NEW BOOKS Just Received at Sawyer's Book store The Life and Public servioes of HENRY CLAY. Old Hicks, the Guide. 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. Horse for Sale! A good work Horse, for sale cheap. Apply at this Oflire. March, 30, 1348. _ <1129 " Fuiu Killer. THE best article there is intlio market—a fresh lot received this day, at BOWLES. Hath, March 30,1848. Notice, THE Subscribers have this day formed a Copartner ship, under the name of KENDALh, ItlCH AIH)>ON & t()M for the transaction of Hie Ship Chandlery and Hard Ware business. GEO. W, KENDALL, JOHN O. RICHARDSON, GILBERT E, R. 1»ATTEN, Bath. MarchQ3d, 1848,_ To Nathaniel Walker, Esq., one of the Justices of the Peace within and for the County of Lincoln. KEsPEC'i FULLY represent Francis T. Purinton and Jesve D. Wilson, owners of a double saw-mill commonly called the Embargo Mill, situated at Gran ny Hole so called, rnTopsliam in said County—that they, together with James Derby, Nairnn; Perkins,Josh ua Haskell David Scribner, John Barron William Barron, James Thompson, Nathaniel Green, Charles V\ liite, Mark Morse, Woodbury B. Purinton, Sarah Purinton, heirs of Ezekiel Purinton, deceased ; John W. Alexander and wile, Hugh Wilson, Arthur L. Wilson. William W. Patten, heirs of Humphrey Pur iritoti, late o( Buwdoin, deceased ; heirs of James Pur inlou, late of Lisbon, deceased ; Pelntiah 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 and 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 working of the said Embargo Mill, and is out of repair, and that il 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 owners 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 Da»» j 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 Topsharn, this eighteenth day of March, A.D. 1848. FRANCIS T. PURINTON. JESSE D. WILSON. LINCOLN, ss.—To Francis T. Purinton and Jesse D. Wilson, Petitioners as above. YOU are hereby authorised and required 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 time and place and for the objects men tioned in said application, by publishing a copy of your application and this warrant, and of your notifi cation thereon, three weeks successively in the North ern Tribune, a newspap r printed at Hath 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 not less than ten r.qr more than thirty days before the meeting. Witness ini' hand and seal this eighteenth day of March, AJ). 1848. NATIPL WALKER, Justice of the Peace. To James Derby and all the other owners n*med or described in the foregoing application, and all per sons interested in said Dam ; ■pURSUANT to the foregoing wairant, to ns direct JL 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 JESSE D. WILSON, j tinners. Topsliam, March, 1848. 3w24 Clerk Wanted. Apply to MAOOUJST If CLAPP. Bath, March 28, 1848; CASH WANTED. Fun 150 Bills. Ge n. Flour 25 rlo Mess Pork., lonn hu.liels of Corn. 5000 ihs. ( liecse, now in store. J. D. ROBINSON. March 88,__ I/. P. EEMOXT & SOX., HAVE just returned from Boston with a good as sortment and well selected Stock of Spring Goods. They have some very rich styles of VESTINGS for Spring and Summer wear. They would bo very happy to have their friends call and examine. Tlic Spring Styles of Hats A taps as good'on article as can be bought elsewhere. March 27.—d&w24__ GEOn*. MERRILL, HAS on luimi a Inrgn lot of SEAMENS’ OIL CL* >THES, which he will sell at Wholesale,.on better terms than can tie bought in Boston* $cr call and see ! Bath, March 23, 184*. __IS3 Brown Sugar. OftBRI.S. Ilavarina Brown Sng_ar, VERY CHEAP, »o nt.||ie Auction Rooms, March 27.____ Painted Window Shades and Fixtures. JUST received from the Manufacturers, a let ol Painted Window Shades-with Parent balance Fixtures and Tassels, of diffluent Stvles and prices, and for sale tiv JENKS & ALLEN. Bath, March 14.__dllSw22_ Stoves. VESSELS’ STOVES ol alt sizes for 3nle by WILLARD WALKER. Bath. Anril 7.1«47 _sgw Xcw York Litae. THE brie THOOSA, and sch Wm. HENRY; will run regular between the Kennebec and New York. For paiticulars enquire of H1. LONGFEL LOW, J. EMMONS, or J. WINSLOW, Rath; or R. G. LINCOLN* Hullo,well, 05 WING; $ BATES, Gar ■ npR mil 27. i‘n* ---- i rr IBM Flour. Ef|l! Bids. Genesee nnd Ohio FLOUR, now landing and for sale by A1AGOUN At CLAPP. Murrli 7. Marine Insurance! f|MIE Subscriber having received Ihe Agency of the * CAMDEN INM'KANCE COMPANY, N. J-, (Chartered 1832) for Ihe City of Portland and vicinity, will issue Policies to an amount no! exceed ing $5,000 on any one risk, oil vessels, cargoes and freights, on as favornlble terms as oilier institutions.— Losses sustained will be promptly and honorably ad justed, and paid in money current at the Dunks in this city, within thirty 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 lbs Slate of Maine. CALEB S. CARTER, Agent, 45 Exchange St. Portland, Dec. 29, 1847 78U49 Pleasure Boat Angenoria. THE above named pleasure boat, now lying at Bos ton, is offered for sale. She was built in J846—is copper hastened, built of the best materials, and fin ished most beautiful style. Her tonnage is II 75— length 31 feet, breadth J2 feet, depth 4 feet. Apply to March 24.—d 123 GEO. DAVIS AGO, Brunswick & Portland Line! THE STEAMER PLUSH * 1KG has been thoroughly re paired and has commenced her regular trips as follows— Leaves Brunswick wharf, Mondays, Wednesdays and Eridnys, at 10 o’clock, A. M. Returning, leaves Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at I 1-2o’clock, P. M. ♦ JOHN S. CUSHING, Agent. Brunswick, March 10, 1848. dl!2 SILVER SPOONS. A GREAT variety of Table and Tea Spoons, as cheap as can be bought in the city, according to quality can he found at T. H. G. MAKS'IONS. Match, 10. __ _ Crushed and Ground Sugar. lr IIIILS. Stewart’s Crushed and Ground Sugar, of the lies! quality. Foi sale liy March It.—dl 12 E. II ODGKINS & CO. . ‘ i Ship Stores. THE subscriber will furnish STORES for VESELS1 use, of nil kinds, on satisfactory terms He lias just received a large assortment of every ar ticle used in the FISHING BUSINESS; and will furnish them at low prices J S SEWALh March 22 Imdlw 120 For Sale ! A GOOD Horse, Truck Wagon, Sled and Harness, by iml w 120 CLAPP A WHITMAN Stoves! Stoves!! rilHE Subscribers would inform t’*e public that they -I. 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 STEWART STOVES, which thev will sell WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, as cheap as can be bought ill New England. MITCHELL A T OW. Bath. Jan. 20, 1848. d72wI5 Hams. A LOT of Boston cured Hams—a superior nrlicl”, for salfily J S SEWALL. March 24.— Ifd2w Sugars. BROWN and White Havana Sugar, Crushed, Pow dered and Loaf do., Porto Rico. New Orleans and Cuba do—for sale by J S SEWALL. March 24— I0d2w PICKLES. JS SEWALL COFFEE. OLD Java, Rio. Cape, Porto Cabello, and St Domin go Coffee for sale by J S SEWALL. March 24—12d2w Spices and Cigars. A LARGE assortment of tkc beta SI’ICES and Cl GAItS,jusi roc’d and for sale by March 24. !0.13ivJ.S. SEWALL. Teas. 1 LARGE assortment of Hyson, Ningyong, Oolong ai\d Souchong TEAS, put up in convenient pack ages for family use, for sale by March 24—I0d-2\v J S SEWALL. Hemp and Cotton Seine Twines. OF all sizes, together with a complete assortment of PISH IIOOIvS, constantly for sale upon the best terms by JOSEPH WEST 4* CO. Dec 28. 13wll 5 Dock Siyjare, Boston Stone, Chased & Plain Rings. 4 LARGE assortment, some very heavy Chased and Plain Rings, just recM and for sale cheap, bv March iO. TV II. G. M AH&TON._ Removal! rpKE Subscriber would inform his friends and pat* 1 l rons in this city and vicinity that he has remov ed Lorn his old stand to one nearly opposite, lately oc copied by Jotharn Wormwood. Tendering his sinter thanks to the public for the liberal palionage which they have bestowed upon him in lime past, he would remill them that he is prepared to wait u.pon them a his new stand, where he will carry on the business o Tailoring)Cutting, See. in its different branches as heretofore. JOHN BOVEY. Bath, Dec. 13, 1847. d35\v9 For Sale in Topsham, ONE-FOURTH of a Saw mill and privilege—one* fourth ni a shingle-machine privilege and build ing—one atore, and a small house adjoining the same ; ihe 8tore,can he converted into a good dwelling house at a small expense. Terms liberal and possession given immediately. Apply to NATH’L GREE.Y. Tedsham, March 22, 164P. Mw24 Pork & Brel' ! NEW Mass, Clear and Prime PORK, “ “ BEEF, “ l.eaf CARD, Just received and for sale by J S.5EWALT, March,33 iOdsiw 121 Cky Uaguerriaii Gallery. J. W. €, MORRISON, IT his.old rooms, four doois North of the Elliot ** House. Front St., continues to furnish pictures in the best style of the art. and unsurpassed by any in the country. Mr. Morrison wnwM Invite the public tocall and ex amine specimens of bis work, among which inay he found many familiar faces, depicted with the utmost truthfulness and beauty,. Pictures taken of s|pk anddeceasedperaois.hy leav ing orders at his rpoqia Views of Buildings and Landscapes tak.en, without being reversed. COAL. NOW landing from the schr. Charles, from Phila delphia, 40 Tons broken and screened Fed Ash Coal, 20 do “ •* While do do 60 do Lump White Ash, and for sale b« B. O. WEEKS. _Bath, Feb. 28th, f848. __dlOO forTsale. Ap4 TflR spacious and valuable brick dwelling HmMB bouse, at the corner of Wauhington and North streets, opposite the Hon. Eben Clap’s. Said House is one of the most valuable and pleasant ly situated in the city. Apply to Bath, Feb. 24. JOHN STOURBRIDGE. oawd9dw20 Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned having formed a Copartnership under tire firm of H. P. do D. HUBBARD, for the purpose of carrying on the STOVE If 77JV WJ1KE 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 of a Stove will do. well to call before purchasing elsewhere. HORACE I*. HUBBARD, DIM ON HUBBARD. Topsham, Dec. 10,1847. 3m9 Nicholas Nichols HAS lemoved his office to the Municipal Court Room, under theCITT HALL. JMarch 16,1848-_ Those who wish for YV'ArCHES, Jewelry, Silver Spoons, or any other " articles in his line, will find they can do as well (or themselves as any where else, at least, by calling at Bath, March 15, 1848. HAVDEN’S. WRAPPING PAPER. ff^tARDINElt WRAPPING PAPER, ol all sizes just v* rec’d and for sale by JENK8&ALLEN. Hath, March 9. 1848._ 30dlll Plymouth Cordage Company.. T"K Subscribers, Agents for the Plymouth Co*rdage ~ Company at Plymouth, Mass., will furnish at short notice. Tarred and Manilla Uordage, including Bolt, Hope, Wore ’ine, and also Rafting Rigging, by the gang nr reta mnufactured from the be.l Russia, American or Manilla Hemp, and by the most perfect machinery in the United Stalas. and will ,he sold at the lowest Bn-lon.prlr.es. MAGOUN & CLAPP, Bath, March 7,1848. For Sale Packet,,87 Tons bur. J- D. ROBINSON. SPRING STYLE RATS! NOT ALYORD’3, RUT BEEBE & COSa'AR’S. TIIE only “style” issued, except at second hand r 1 which any one can easily ascertain hy taking Ihe trouble to inform himself corieelly on Ihe subject; albeit, a man by ihe name of Alvord did once hold the position before the'public now occupied by IIEEBE &. IX18TAR, but his “glory has departed from him.”— We respectfully ask Ihe public to call, examine and compare before purchasing elsewhere Let it he re membered. that it is not Alvord or“Alford” who issua -the style", but BEEBE t( COSTAH. We shall al ways consider ourselves “fortunate” ill being able to serve the public by introducing the new style of llats as soon as (but npt “before”) it is “issued,” PAR Ns WORTH & BROOKS. King’s Building, Front St., West side, opposite the hend of Hodgkins’ Wharf. ■ Bath, Ma;ch 11, 18-18. dill—w32 ALYORD’S SPRING STYLE HATS. THE subscriber, not being so fortunate as In receive Ihe Spring style of,llats before they were issued would inform the public generally that lie has this day received tile genuine Spring style, issued on Tuesday last at New York city by E. B. Alvprd. Call and ex amine before purchasing elcewhere. March 11. dliawai_D'AVIS HATCH. Room Papers, THE subscriber ia Belling ROOM PAPERS at a * irreut discount Iron) former pi ices. Those who wish tnbuy Hoorn Papers (heap, will do well In call at the Bookstore of REUBEN SAWYER. 2 Doors North of the Elliot House New Publications. JUST received at SAWYER’S Bookstore the fol lowing New Works: The Convict, (hy James ) Launrelot Wldge, (by Hoo^on.) Christopher Tadpole, Pleasant Art .of Money Catching. Conquest of California and New Mexico, Iiactentus,—.More droppings from the pen that wrote, J Proverbial Philosophy. Natural History. Introduction to the atudy of Cyclopedia of Moral Ac Religious Anecdotes. No. I. Chamber’s Miscellany. No. 13. Pictorial England. No. 40. Chevalier Bayard, (by Simms )' The Model Letter V\ rjter, or Polite Manuel. Bath, Feh 91, )H4fl._d95wl9 Portraits AF IIEKRY CLAY ami JOHN QUINCY A D-. ” AMS, just received and for sale at SAWYER’S Bookstore. Flour, Porl(L, Lard, Cheese, 4cc., R0K mtliS. Genesee Flour. J so hhls. Clear and Mess Pork. 12 do. Lard. 4 Tierces do. 9000 Irs. New York Cheese. 200 bush Meal. 7 bbis. Crashed and Powdered Sugar. Nnw landing at City Str ati,i Mill Wharf, Irom Brig Eagle from New Vork, and for sale by J. I>. ROBINSON. March 10,1848. dill Beans and Pried Apples. ALARGR lot just received an J for sale hy Mnrrh 24— 10d2w J K SEYVALh. Potash! FIRST sort Potash, juei received and fetr aple hy Mnrrh 22 IQdQw 120JSSEWALI,. To Arrive. 1 .