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Notice.
DURING the months of Mat, June. July, and Au
oust, the Patten Library will be open only on
Saturday Afternoon and Evening, for the delivery of
Sooks from 2 till 5, and 7 till tt o’clock P. M.
Per Order.
REUBEN SAWYER, Librarian.
MARSHAL’S NOTICE.
THE Subscriber, City Marshal for the current jear,
would respecfullv request all persons aggrieved
in oonsequence of the violation of any of the State or
City Laws, to make their cases known to him at
the Store of Kendall, Richardson, & Co., or at his
house on Middle Street. Communications relating to
the same matter*, may beput into the “ Marshal’s Box”
at the office of the City Clerk.
The following gentlemen have been appointed As
sistant Marshal’s, viz:
JOSEPH HUSE.
BENJAMIN HATCH.
the first named of whom in the absence of the subscri
her, will act in his stead.
ELISHA CLARKE, City Marshal.
Bath, May 2, 1848.
GRANITE FOR SALE.
IN Georgetown, Me. a large ledge of fine Granite
*• near live Island Harbor, about thiity rods from the
shore. Easy of access ami very easily got out. F«r
oth rr particulars apply to BENJAMIN SADDLER at
Five Island Harbor.
Georg town, May 1, 1848. 2d 154
Door Strips.
HPI1E Subscriber will remain in the City a short time
longer, ami will he happy to attend on all those
wishing to have the Rain. Snow, or cold, kept from
driving under theii doors.
A model of the article he is putting on. may he seen
by calling at the Reading Room of The Northern Tri
bune, or at Mr. John Beals* where the subscriber is
stopping. D. CARGLI.L.
Bath, May 1,1848. d!55
Boarders Wanted.
THE Subscriber can accommodate a few constant or
trancient hoarders, at his house on Broad Street,
formerly occupied by John Beals. Terms Reasonable.
RICHARD CURRY.
Bath, April GS, 1848._6dlM»_
Wallet host!
ON Friday, April 28lli, near tlie “ Town Landing,”
a Wallet containing about S30 in money, and oili
er papers of no use to any one hut the owner. The fin
der will lie rewarded by leaving it at the Tribune Of
fice, or returning itto PARKER II. OLIVER.
3d 154
I SUPPOSE I have got the biggest kind ofNingyon
Tea there is out.
Bath. Apiil 28,
./ S lUhYA'i'.LL.
d!54
100 *r®s*1 for sale by
Balh. A pail 28,
J S nOAJYRU..
d!54
KBAI1 Lbs Superior UKIED APPLKS for sale
JWWW Uy J S DOJYJfKLL.
Bath, April 58, d!54
Foe1 Salt:.
tllllE CJOOU Sch. JEFFERSON, carries 50 thousand
* long lumber, well found in new sails, ground takle,
&.c. Terms Liberal.
Bath, April 38.
T D WILDER.
d!54
SHIP CHANDLERY I
DAVID INGALLS,
At Ills old stand, corner of Commercial
and Broad Streets, near tlietown
Banding.
IS now receiving,and will keep constantly on han
a prime assortment of Ship Chandlery , consis
ing in part of the following articles, viz:
Hardware, Hemp and Manilla Cordage—Cod, Mack
erel, Log, Deep-Sea and Hand Lines—Sail Cloths—
Twine, Oakum, Sheathing Paper, Cutand Wrought
- Nails; assorted Copper anil Iron Spikes; Pump and
* Rigging Leather ; Mop-yarn ; Grind Stones: Paint,
Tar, and Varnish Brushes; Fish Hooks, assorted;
Oars, Handspikes, Mast lloops, Hanks, Draw and
deck Buckets,* Lanterns, Brass ami Wood Compass
es, Patent Friction and Iron Bushings; Hooks and
Thimbles, Copperand Wood Hand Pumps.
PAINTS AND OIL,.
vvnue i^eau,
Red do.,
Paris, Chrome .and
Emerald Green.
Black Paint.
veru.Kru*,
Venetian Red,
Lethernge.
Linseed Oil,
Sperm do.
NAVAL. STORKS.
Rosin,
Turpentine.
.Spirits Turpentine,
Coal Tar.
ANUHOBS of all sizes, at Manufacturers7 prices
Ships iiLOCKSj DEDEYES aad PUMPS, ©f su.
perior workmanship, by the suit, constantly on hand
alHof whicli will he sold low.
Bath, Aprill4, 1846
NOTICE.
THE undersigned hereby gives public notice, that he
shall pay no bills to any, contracted on his account,
unless by a written order from him. or by his personal
request, and no bills already contracted, without such
order or personal request will he paid by him.
EZRA WOODWARD,
Rath, April 10, JS18._
farm for Sale!
SITUATED in Aina, near the Head of the Tide, of
superior soil, cuts about 18 tons of hay, and can
be made to cut 45 tons, with very little expense, has
an orchard producing 200 bushels of apples yearly ; has
comfortable buildings, barn newly made. The soil is
exceedingly easy to work. Said Farm contains about
CO acres, and has a plenty of wood for the use of the
place, and is within a convenient distance of Mills,
Meeting Houses, &c.
Terms made easy to purchaser.
Inquire of WILL ARD M. MOURE, on the premises.
Aina, April 20, 1848. _8\v27
Notice.
THU Copartnership heretofore existing between tire
subscribers, under the lirm of Stetson, Huston
tc Co., is tills day dissolved by mutual consent. The
store accounts of said firm will be settled by Everett
YV. Stetson, one of the firm, at hie office in Damar
iscotta All persons having unsettled accounts with
said lirm are respectfully requested to attend to the
settlement ol tile-nine hv the first of June next, as
all demands remaining unsettled at that time will be
lell with an attorney for collection. And all persons
having demands against said firm, are requested to
present tile same lor payment.
1 ABNER STETSON,
J. G. HUSTON,
E. VV. STETSON.
Damariseotta, April 17,1848.__
NOW IS THE TIME
FOH
Applying Trafant’s Remedy for
SALT RHEUM.
An article worth more than ail others in the Market,
for humors generally. So say hundreds.
A fresh supply just received and fot sale in tills city
by H. HYDE and A. G. PAGE.
In Wiscasset, E. Dana ; Damariscettn, E. Dana, Jr.;
Brunswick, Lemont ic Hall, and by ills agents gen
"llath, Harcli 1.1846 _2wdH)3-w3ni3n
House Lots for Sale.
TWO or three house lots
Inquire of SARAH
premises.
Bath, Nov. 17,1847.
situated on Lincoln St.—
BOSWORTH, on the
w5
Spruce hum.
¥ HAVE got the best lot of Spruce Onrn there in Out
J —the real Spruce. 7’HO’S BOWLES.
fresh Tamarinds.
OF superior quality, put up in Sugar H5 rup, for sale
at the City Market by A Q PAGE.
harden Seeds.
FROM Boston, New York, New Gloucester, &c;
also Seed Outs and Beam*, lor sale at the City
Mnrftet by A G PAGE.
jlcave Powders.
JJOR theeureOf Heave**, Coughs, Colds, Botts and
* Worms in !l<V*es, and to keep them in good con
dition—a most valuable medicine, lor sale by
_____ A G PAGE, Agent for Balh.
Powder and Shot.
POWDER from 2.r> cents to %i,00 per lb, and shot ef
all sizes, for sale bv A G PAGE.
Notice.
THE Aldermen, Treasurer and Clerk of the city Of
Bath will meet at the Mayor and Aldermen’s
Room, in the City Hall building on Monday the first
day of May next at 2 o’clock P. M., to grant licenses
to such number of suitable persons as the law author
ises and as may apply therefor, to he Innholders, Viet
ualers or sellers of wine, brandy, rum or strong li
quors, in said city, to be used for medical and mechan
ical purposes and no other.
WILLIAM TORREY, City Clerk.
Bath, April 24,18-18. dfs&m
Lewis Jaszynsky
KILBY STREET, BOSTON.
IMPORTER of Jaszynky’s Needle*, warranied tlie
heal article in the market.
DAVID OWEN, JR., Bath wholesale and retaii
agent for the sale of the above.
April 97, 1848.
Burning Fluid.
ONE barrel of pure Burning Fluid, received and for
sale by T. BOWLES.
Ilavanna Cigars.
P^ftESII lot. lor sale by
BOWLES.
Baldwins and Bussetts.
R
E(J’D in good order by
BOWLES.
Sweet Oi’iiiiffos.
I HAVE got some sweet Oranges that are SWEET.
Price $4,00. -
BOWLES.
ALWAYS READY.
Tiie sub
sctibcrs
i would r (j s- (
L peclfully re
mind (heir
■menus and natrons that they are
*■» ■ ■■ always ready” to attend to llieir
want* in their line of business, either with a Coach,
Cab or Carryall. They have good Carriages and Hors
es, and always attend them in person. Tile public
ran always rely upon them to have all their wants at
tended to. as they have no other business to divert
their attention, and rely exclusively upon the patron
age bestowed upon them in this line for a livelihood.
They may always he found on hand at the arrival and
deptiture cf the Steamboats; and orders left on their
*l..te at tile Elliot Mouse, or at their residence on VVa
e.- Street, (nearly opposite the City Hall.) will he
promptly attended to. M. c. & B. M. PLUMMF.R.
Bath, April 11, 164S. dMltvStl
i\cw Hoods Cheap.
Xo i Haley’s Blocks Front at,
TH E subscriber lias received on consignment a stock
* of PRY (*001)8, and a genera! assortment of the
beat GROCERIES, which he will sell very low for
cash. DAVID HOLMES, Agent.
Bath, April 1?. <j
Shawls ! Shawls !
SUPER Cashmere, I.ong and Square Shawls: do
Black Silk, Plain and llep’d Broche ; Edinhoro',
Primed, Carhmere, Velentine, Plaid, Barage. Zephyr,
and a very large variety of Cheap Skattlt—jiist rec’d at
H. D. HARRIS’, Broad St.
Aptil27. eop6dl52—Sw28.
Black Silks.
\ FEW f, 3,1 and 1 1-4 wide, suitable for Dresses,
-si. Visites, or Aprons, very low at
April 27 eopGdloQ—2tv28 D. D. HARRIS’.
Gold Guard and Fob Chains.
GOLD BRACELETS,
Bracelet Clasps with Hair Braid,
Coral Necklaces ami Bracelet--,
Gold and Silver l’encil Cases,
Silver Butter and Fruit Knives,
Cream and Hu car Spoons,
Table and Tea Spoons,
Steel trimmed Bags and Bursts,
Bag and Purse Clasps,
Steel Bends, Tassels, Ac.
Fine toned Accordeons, and a great many other ar
ticles too numerous to mention, will be sol-1 VERY
LOW, as you have already heard, rieasecall and
examine.
Hath, Aptil 9C. T. H. G. MAR3TON.
New Spring Goods!
D. D. HARRIS,
HAVING taken the store next door east of Dr. Wil
kinson, offers for sale an extensive variety of
Knglish, French and American
DKY GOODS !
Consisting in part of Long and Square Cashmere,
Black and Colored Silk Broclre, Edinboro', Printed
Cashmere, Velontine, Plaid, Barage, Zephyr and low
priced
SHAWLS !
Silks, Balzorines, Barnges, Muslin, Printed Lawn,
L'nen Lustres and Plaids, M de (.nines, Ginghams,
Prints, Oriental Cloths, (a beautiful article silk and
wool) Alpines, Alpaccas, Bombazines, (some very
fine) Indiana, Lyonese Cloths and other
DRESS GOODS!
A large assortment of Plain, Stiiped, Plaided and
BaIzo*ne Muslins, Lawns, Linen Cambrics, Ac.
Housekeeping) Articles!
Embossed, Damask, Colored, White and Drown
Linen, Table Covers, Linen Damask, Linen Sheeting
and Pillow Case Linen, Furniture Dimoty, Tickings,
Bleached and Brown Sheetingaand Shirtings (some 3
yards wide).
Fancy Goods, a beautiful assortment of Cravats,
Kid and Lisle, Thread, Gloves, Laces, Ed gums, Si!k
and Linen Cambric ildkfs, Fringes, Parasols and Par
awolettes, &c.
Persons are respectfully invited to call and examine
the Goods, and may rely upon it that they are cheap.
Bath, April 2d, 1818.
Short Notice.
DEMANDS du* the Subscriber must be paid imme
diately, to »ave cost. The next call will wot be
made by WILLARD WALKKR.
Path, April 5, 1848. 0M133—6w25
Public Conveyance.
THE Subscriber having purchased, nt great expense,
n new and elegant 1* A U D A U , would invite
Families and Parties,
who wish tor an elegant conveyance, on pleawne ex
cursions, Ac., to give him a call. He will also convey
passengers to and from tile Boats, at reasonable rates,
PETER KNIGHT.
Bath, April 97, 1818.__tf 152
Visitcs.
\ GOOD assortment will lie opened in a few days,
at D. D. HARRIS’Broad St.
April 27. eopodl62—2w27
New Goods.
LEDYARD & PALMER,
HAVE just received some beautiful patterns DRE.SS
SILKS. Also, some nice Crape, Silk and other
SIIAAVLS 5 together with a great variety of seas
onable Goods, 'i he goods will be sold cheap, and the
public are invited to call and examine.
April 27, 1848. dl53—»w28
Notice.
PROPOSALS will he received until the 15th of May,
for laying the Bricks and doing tlie other Mason
work; Also, the Oarpenter’s work in whole, or in
parts, for the new Congregational Meeting House, in
Newcastle. J. G. HUSTON, }
K. B. GLIDDEN, { Building
ELIAS BAILEY, \ Committee.
April 93, R. R. PERKINS, j 4w28
House Hunted!
WANTED, a good and convenient Dwelling House.
Inquire at this Office.
Bath, March 14.
Cheaper than ever
NEW GOODS AT CHINA HALL.
SW. HEATH CO., having one of the lar
• gest establishments and greatest assortments of
any store in the Slate of Maine of the kind, would
call the attention of purchasers. Our prices are great
ly reduced. Sc much as to be to the advantage of any
persons wanting to buy, to call.
Heavy Fluted Tumblers, formerly sold for 1,25, now
sell for 84 cents.
Heavy Flint Lamps, formei price 1,50 now sell for
1,12.
Flowing blue Tea Setts at the greatly reduced price
of 2,0#. Hold Band China Tea .Setts former price ten
dollars, now 0,50. Gold Baud China Tea Setts, from
five dollars to twenty. Glass ware of every form and
description. Flowing Blue dinner Setts of various
patterns and all priees. White Granite, Iron stone,
light, blue and figured. Gold Band, and ptflk&ed land
scape dinner Setts, from 2 to 250 dollars.
Solar Lamps,
Willi shades and chimneys from 1,87 to 15 dollars.
Chandeliers, Girandoles, and
Caraliallas,
Of all pajtarns, at the lowest factory prices, aud
warranted.
Gothic and Common Tea Trays of twenty differ
ent patterns—Knife and Bread Trays.
SILVER SPOONS. SILVER FISH
KNIVES,
Tea Strainers, Butter Knives, and Cake Baskets, as
cheap as can be found. Marking done in a superi
or style.
Britannia Ware and Cutlery—Britannia Castors
for from 02 1-2 cents to ,S>‘12.
Hall and Bn try Lamps—Lanterns of all patterns.
Common Ware of ail kinds, cheap.
Spanish Olives.
FItE.SH and in good order at
BOWLES’.
Guava Jdly.
I.V small boxes, new and fresh, for Sale at
BOWLES’.
[Mailing Molasses.
OQO (-ASKS prime retailing Molasses—cargo of
0^0 brig Bordeux, from Cardenas—this day land
ing and for sale by A1AGOUN 6c CLAPP.
April 25.
BBL3 FLOUR,
100 bush Rye,
50 hbls Mess and clear PORK, just receivei-1
and fur sale by E. HODGKINS & CO.
April 25.
Wr;tf»i>in;; Paper.
JUST received -100 Reams wrapping Paper of all si
zes, ami tor sale by DAVID HOLMES, Agent.
April 24.__
China Tea Company.
rpilE Subscriber having been appointed the Aeent
i- for this Company, lias received a 1 irge supply of
Fresh Teas, at exceeding low prices, and comprising
some ot the highest grades of Teas ever imported into
this country. J80 per cent saved by using the
pure, fragrant and cheap Teas of the China Tea Co.
The llistojy ot Tea, its use and abuse, can be bad
gratis by calling upon the Agent. A G PAGE,
Authorized Agent tor the China Tea Co.
Pilch Pine Timber and Plank.
rjiHK Caigo of Brig Moselle, from Georgetown, S C,
»- to arrive in a few days, is offeted for sale, con
sisting of
20 sticks of timber from 39 to 50 fee.t long, J3 by 14
to 17 by 17 inches square.
58 M of Merchantable Plank Ircm 2 to 8 inches
thick.
4 >1 of Merchantable Plank 4 by 7 inches
21 M of Merchantable Plank 3 by 6 and 3 by 7.
The abo.\e cargo is steam sawed and of the best
quality,a particular memorandum of which caabeseen
at our Counting Room, “Hodgkins” wharf.
MAGOUN CLAPP.
Bath, April 7, 1848.
CARDED SEEDS.
FRESH Garden Seeds all kinds, from the best gar
dens for early seed. For sale at
BOWLES.
Steel bonds.
BAG and Purse Clasps, Tassels Fringe, Mazurkas, j
Belt Slides, Purse Rings, Ate. just rebeived by
J. HAYDEN.
Ni B.—Steel Beads, 1st quality, for 10 cts per bunch.
Kennebec & Portland Railroad.
NOTICE I* hereby given, that the thirteenth and
fourteenth assessments, of live dollars each, have
been made upon each Share subscribed for in the Cap
ital Stock of the Kennebec and Portland Railtoad
Company, and that the same will be due end payable
on tin* tir-1 day of June next
liy order of the President anil Directors.
JOSEPH Al’KEEN, Secretary.
Brunswick, April 25, 184*^. oawtJel
{£/• Assessments ot Stockholders in Bath and vi
cinity, will be received at the Sagadahock Bank.
COIJAL. NECKLACES and NEGLIGEES, Co
ral Bracelets, 4*c.,just received by
J. HAYDEN.
Abbott’s Bitters.
ON’T forget that I hare Dr. Abbott’s Bitters.
T. BOWLES.
Russia Bolt Rope.
A lull assortment of the beet quality of Russia Bolt
Rope, just receiveil and for sale by
MAGOUN & CL-APP.
Bath, April 6,18-18.
A PPLES.—A lot of choice applet just received,
and for tale at the city Market by A. G. PAGE.
SAHANGEIS &, L-l-l.AIONS, just received and in
" nue order, atthe City Market by A. G. PAGE.
AVIS* PAIN KILLER.—A genuine article
■^e and most valuable medicine lor sale by
A. G. PAGE, Agent for Bath.
vi‘jj- Beware of counterfeits and inquiee lor Da
I^IIIST SOIIT POTASH of superior quality for
1 making Soap, for sale at the city Market by
A. G. PAGE.
H
OLMAA’S IlKSTOII ATIVE, fcr sale by
_ A. G. PAGE, Agont for Bath.
I’lonr, Corn, &c.
9110 Bills Common and Extra Brands FLOUR,
*V,F 3000 Bushels CORN, ’
50 do RYE,
3000 Lbs CHEESE,
20 Boxes Havana Brown SUGAR,
Now landing from Sch Mary H Case ftom New York
and for sale by E. IJODGKI NS & CO
Bath, Aptil 5, 1848. d!33w25
SHEETINGS,
FOR sale, by the bale or piece, by
DAVID HOLMES, Act
Bath, April 18. ’ 8
REMOVAL
[V HARHIS, has removed from Robinson’*
KI Nar?MSi"g to„the ?lore Be** east of DR. H7L
KlNSON’s, on £road Street.
_April 25.
New Goods.
IUST RECEIVED a splendid assortment of
y Ppriag Qooda at D. I). HARRIS’, Broad street.
Fans,
VARYING in price from 25 cents to $-1—some beau
tiful patterns—fur sale by
April 86.
T. H. G. MARSTON.
tesejiest to let.—a
Nrse ami convenient tenement on.
l r ront street. Inquiraof
I A.P4.JAMESMCLELLAX.
M
FOR SALE.
HE ppncious and valuable brick liwellin
li.usu, al tile corner of Washington anil
North streets, opposite the Hon. F.hen Clap’s.
Still House is one of the most valuable and pleasant
ly situated in the city. Apply to
Hath, Feb. 24. JOHN STOURBRIDGE.
onwd98tv2ft
This is the Tear
FOR THE LADIES!
AND now is Hie time for them to improve their priv
ilege, for never has the opportunity been offered
them, ill this city,
To make so good a Selection of Furniture,
as at
So ©o
ROOMS,
Front Strict.
Among liis splendid assortment may be seen fire
different patterns of Mahogaiiy ('hnir.s—Sofa*,
of superior patterns; Hock In £ Chair*, of all
kinds, from $3 to $&0. Among his Kertsteada are
the following—Mahogany Couch and Windlass, Black
Walnut. Canister Couch, a new article ; Ami Bedbug,
patent Screw do*, Turn up, Cross leg. Panel, Gothic,
Trundle, Common Bedsteads, fite. Bedsteads painted
all colors.
TIME PIECES, and FKATHcusof all kinds.
Also, two new Rose-wood Pianos, to be sold at a
Great Bargain, if applied for soon.
DON’T FORGET TO CALL.
Bath, Feb. 88, 1848. d!00w20—tf
Rcfinri! Whale Oil.
OK BB/.S. Refined Bleached Winter Whale Oil. tliifl
day landing from Sell. Silas Parker, from Nan
tucket, and for sale by NIAGOUN & CLAPP.
Bath, April 18.
Clear and Hess Pork.
]N half bbls for family use, this day received and for
sale by ’ MAGOUN & CLAPP.
April 15.
Wheat Meal.
EXTRA East Boston Family Flnnr, Corn and Rye
Meal just received al the City'Alarket, by
A <J PACK.
Spanish Olives.
\lot of prime Olives, lor sale at
JS O fVLES*.
SFKINO STYLE
MATS!
FARNSWORTH & RROOKS,
HAVE this day, FRIDAY, April 5, received per
schooner Convoy, another lot of Beebe &. Costar’s
SPRING STYLE HATS. Please call and ex
amine. Also a rich assortment of
SPRIKO STYLE CAPS!
By the same arrival we have received the Spring
Fashions of
CLOTHING !
Consisti/g of Dress and Frock Coat*, Peltos, Sacks—
also a new article of .Sack Coats, different from any
thing before introduced—Vests, Pants. Ate.
;to fishermen
The subscribers have received a fresh supp/y of
OIL CLOTHING,
with other articles worn Ly Fishermen and seamen—
such as Beds Blankets, Quilts, Chests, Clothes Bags,
Sheath Belts ami Knives, Flannel Shirts, Cotton do.,
Trousers, Glazed Hats, Son’ Westers, dec.
Also a fr*sh supply ot superior
TRUNKS AND VALISES!
For sale cheap.
FARNSWORTH Sc BROOKS,
King’s Building, Front Stxeet, (west side) opposite the
head of Hogkins’ Wharf*
April 8. tf
Steel Pens, Ac.
A LARGE assortment of Steel Ten}*, Pen Holders,
Pen Renovaters, Quills, &c., at
April J8. SAWYER’S Bookstore.
Elegant hold and silver Watches,
NEW Style Breast Pins and Finger Rings, just
received and for sale very low by 3. HAYDEN.
Havanna cigars.
rnnn Best Spanish Uigare (C.l mil brands)
OUUU received direct from l avanna, bud will b
sold low by BOWLES.

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