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[From the Doublin University Magazine.) Sunny Days in Winter. IIT D. F. MACAETHT. Summer is a glorious season, Warm, and bright, and pleasant ; But the past is not a reason To despise the present; So, while health can climb the mountain, And the log lights up the hall, There are sunny days in Winter, After all! Spring, no doubt, hath faded from us, Maiden-like in charms ,• Summer, too, with all her promise, Perished in our arms. But the memory of the vanished. Whom our hearts recall, Maketh sunny days in Winter, After all True, there’s scarce a flower that bloometh, All thr best are dead ; But the wall-flower still prefumeth Yonder garden bed. And the lily-flowered arbutus Uugs its coral ball, There are sunny days in Winter, After all! Summer trees are pretty—very, And I love them well; But, this holly’s glistening berry None of these excel; While the fir can warm the landscape, And the ivy clothe* the wall, There are sunny day* in Winter, After all ! Sunny hours in every seaeon Wait the innoeent— Those who taste with love and reason What their God hath lent, Those who neither soar too highly. Nor too lowly fall, Feel the sunny days of Winter, After all ! Then, although our darling treasures Vanish from the heart; Then, although our once loved pleasures One by one depart; Though the tomb loom in the distance, And the mourning pall, There is sunshine, and no Winter, After all! Y A R I E T Y . Ministering Spirits. The re-union of parents and children in heaven, ns well ns of other earthly friends, is a cheering and delightful thought. And the idea that our depar ted friends niny sometimes be near us, or wait to welcome us on the borders of the spirit lend, is well suited to impress the mind. A little girl in a family of my acquain tance a lovely and precious child, lost her mother at an age too early to fix the loved features in her remembrance. She was as frail as beautiful ; and as the bud of her heart unfolded, it seemed as if won by that mother’s prayers to turn instinc tively heavenward. The sweet, con scientious and prayer-loving child, was the cherished one of the bereaved family. But she faded away early. She would lie upon the lap of her friend who took a molhei’s kind care of her, and winding one wasted arm about her neck, would say, ‘ Now tell me about my nm’ma !' And when the ofl-told tale had been re peated, she would ask softly, * take me into the parlor : I want to see my mamma,’ The request was never refused, and the affectionate child would lie for hours contentedly gazing on her mother’s portrait. But— ‘ Pale and wan ahe grew, and weakly— Bearing all her pain so meekly. That to them she still grew dearer, As the trial hour drew nearer.’ The hour came at last, and the weeping neighbors assembled to see the child die. The dew of death was already on the flower, as the life sun was going down. The little chest heaved faintly—spasmod ically. ‘Do you know me, darling?’ sobbed close to her ear, the voice that was dear est ; but it a woke no answer. All at once a brightness, as if from the upper world, burst over the child’s color less countenance. The eyelids flashed open, the lids parted, the wan cuddling hand flew up, in the little one’s last im pulsive effort, ns she looked piercingly into the far above. * Mother!’ she cried, with surprise and J transport in her tone—and passed with that bieath into her mother’s bosom. Said a distinguished divine who stood by that bed of joyous death :— ‘ If I never believed in the ministration of departed ones before, I could not doubt it now.’ Dreams.—There is a new guide to the interpretation of drearr.s. An English ■ writer says: ‘ To dream of a millstone round your neck is a sign of what you may expect it you get an extravagant wife. To see ap ples in a dream betokens a wedding, be cause where you find apples you may reasonably expect to find pears. To dream that you are lame is a token that you will get into a hobble. When a young lady dreams of a coffin, it beto kens that she should instantly discontinue lacing her slays tightly, and always go warmly and thickly shod in wet weather. If you dream of a clock it is a token that you will gain credit—that is, lick. To dream of tire is a sign that if you are wise, you will see that the lights in your home are out before you go to bed. J o dream that your nose is red at the tip is an inti matton that you had belter leave off brandy-and water. To dream of walking bare-footed denotes a journey that you will make bootless.’ 3 ‘ I Have the Reading of it Every week.’—It not unfrequenlly occurs, when persons are asked if they will subscribe lor a newspaper, or if they already take it, that they reply, 1 No ; but neighbor B. takes it, and I have the reading of it every week.’ Such often add, that they like the paper and sometimes they say they consider it * the best paper they know of. They are benefited by the toils, per plexities and expenditures of those who receive nothing from them in return._ Reader, if you feel reproved, just send in your name and take the paper yourself not forgetting to pay for it. Mr. Slocum says that he wouid not mind getting corned if while in that sit uation some ‘ scamp’ didn’t go and steal the key-hole of his front door. Death fbom futtinc Tallow on a Pimple.—Ai Hull, n young man named William Heich, having a pimple on his face ihat was rather sore, put some tallow on it one night previous to going to bed ; mortification ensued, which ended in his death, although the affected part was cut away. The candlestick was a brass one, and a quantity of verdigris had formed on the top of it, but whether mortification testified from that or from the tallow purely, can hardly be said ; but this pain ful incident should act as anether caution sgainst the practice of applying candle tallow to sores. We have heard of two ar three instances lately where injurious consequences have followed such a use of tallow, and it is as well the public should be informed that some chandlers are in the habit of mixing arsenic in their tallow to improve the appearance cf their can dles—[English Papei. Persons boiling down sap for sugar, can prevent their kettles boiling over, by hanging over the liquid boiled, a tin ves sel containing cold water or snow. The liquid will boil up until it comes in con tact with the cold tin, and will be checked without a delay caused by pouring in something cold. In boiling sap the cool ing vessel should be as small as possible to be serviceable, to prevent its collecting too much of the vapor, which will drop into the kettle to be boiled out again. Security against Poisons.—Hundreds might be saved by the knowledge of this single recipe. A large teaspoonfui ol mustard, mixed in a tumbler of warm wa ter, and swallowed as soon as possible, acts as an instantaneous emetic, sufficient ly powerful to remove nil that is lodgeJ in the stomach. Rose Insects.—If our lady readers arc desirous of keeping their rose bushes free from the small green vermin that so fre quently infest them, the following remedy will be found a most effectual one:—To 3 gallons of water ndd one peck of soot and one quart of new lime. Stir it well— let it stand for twenty-four hours, and when the soot rises to the surface skim it off. Use a syringe for applying it. A Hint to Blacksmiths.—The cutting of bars of iron or pipes with the chisel is a laborious and lardy process. By the following mode the same end is attained more speedily, easily, and neatly : Bring the iron to a white heat, and then, fixing it in a vice, apply the common saw, which, without being turned in the edge, or in jured in any respect, will divide it as easily' as if it were a carrot. To MAKE BREAD WITHOUT CRUST.—When tile loaves are moulded, and before they are set down to ‘ rise,’ take a small por tion of clean lard, warm it, and rub it lightly over th? loaves. The result will be a crust beautifully soft and tender throughout; this is not guess work.— Prairie Farmer. Two Per Cent.— A laughable story is told of an old miser, who being at the point of death, resolved to give all his money to a nephew, at whose hands he had experienced some little kindness. ‘Sam,’ said he, for that was his nephew’s name—1 Sain, I am about to leave the world, and to leave you all my money'. You will then have $50,000— only think ! Yes, I feel weaker and weak er ; I think I shall die in two hours. Oh, yes, Sam, I’m going! give me two per cent aud you may lake the money now !’ What tree is it which is not affected by the season, and brings forth neither blos som nor fruit? The Boot-Tree. Women are formed for attachment.— Their gratitude is unimpeachable. Their love is an increasing fountain of delight to the man who has attained, and knows how to deserve it. To do good, is the highest distinction to which man can aspire. The rarest gems often lie hidden in kennels of impurity. HOUSE PAPER. THE largest and best assortment of House Paper ever offered m Hath,and at priees which will bo.«Aii« factory to iliose in wan:. Painted Curtains and Curtain Fixtures—Fire Board Prints— Green and Blue Curtain Paper, Ac., mnvbe found at the Bookstore of Bath, May 7, 1351. 4G SAWYER Sc MAGOVS. Soap. MORE of “ Mason’s Excelsior Soap received by Nov ]2 3tv21 M F GANNETT. New Stove Store! Wilkinson’s Block, Broad Street. rPIIE subscribers having recently taken ihestore in the A above named Block, BroatSt.. respectfully inform the public tliui they huve on hand, and now ofl'er for sale an extensive assortment of Cooking:, Parlor A Store Stoves of the latest and most approved patterns, for wood or coal, which they warrant to operate in the most perfect manner. —also— Cooking Ranges, Hot-Air Furnaces, Oven and Boiler Mouths. Iron Sinks, A good assortment of Kitchen Furnishing Goods and WOODEN WARE, of every description. —also— Iron, Tin, Britania and Japanned Ware, Axes, Hatchets, Hammers, Saws, Shovels and Tongs, Table Cutlery, Sad Irons, &c. Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work done to order in the most faithful inuuner. Those in want of any of the above Goods, would do well to cull and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, ha we are prepared to sell as low as can be bought in this city MONROE & GOODRICH. Bath, July 22,1851. 5* English Herring. OAfl RGXKs Kneli.h Herring, in shipping order. For sale by It R SMITH it CO. Jl>n. 1,1832. 28 G-old and Silver Watches ttJ'AT REDUCED PRICES/^Q) ever before Viffered h 1 ‘"T ,1^!!^ “ wer! exprcly for ray rerail I"™ ,hnt it will be for the advanrage of the purrhnier in craU uefore porehoJin* elsewhere. T n d mam™*1 Sept 13. 13 Two door, norih the KMio?Hou.e Change from Tnrkeys. SPLIT PEAS, very line for Pea Soup, for sale by Jan 6. 1832 M F GANNETT. Wooden Ware, &o. WA8H-TIus, Pails, Wash Boa i (is, Clothes Pins. ” Drmgh Rollers, Towel Rollers. Knife Boxes, Him and Wire Ssivcs, Dust Brushes, Corn Brooms and Brashes,Spinning Wheels, Patent Wheel Heads, for »ale *>y M. F. GANNETT. TUB WEEKLY TRAVELLER, BY WORTHINGTON, FLANDERS & CO. Traveller Buildings. State St., Id published on a large sheet, ai 82 a year in advance, or 8*2.50 at ihe end of ihe year. It contains a vast amount of mailer, embracing a complete summary ot current Foreign and Domestic Intelligence, Literary and Miscellaneous Selections, Ac.,-Vc. Reports of Lectures. Particular attention is paid »o reports ol Lectures up on scientific and literary topics, and such other public discourses delivered in the city and elsewhere, as are likely to be interesting und instructive to the general reader. Railroad Matters. 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Over 500 and do 1500 do 8 do do Over 1500 and do 2500 do 16 do do At these rntes no objection should be made, as hereto fore, to receiving the works by mail, and thus ensuring their speedy, safe and regular delivery. UT Remittances and communications should always be addressed, post-paid to the publishers. LEONARD SCOTT & CO., 79 Fulton Street, New York, Entrance 54 Gold Street. N B.—I. S «fc Co have recently published, and have now for sale the * Farmers’Guide,’ by Henry Stephens of Ed inburgh, and Prof Not ton of Yale College, New Haven, complete in 2 vols, royal octavo, containing 1600 pages, 14 steel and 600 wood engravings. Price, in muslin bind ing, $(>', in paper covers, for the mail, $ >. 4w27 Fresh Stock OF Ladies’ and Misses’ BOOTS—for the F«//and Wint r wear—just received by Belli. Oct 13. 1851. 17 J. W. ROBERTS. Try it / THE CREAM OF ROSEMARY, For the nair! rT'IIIS article will not work wonders, against nature and common sense, but for cleansing, strengthening and promoting the growth of the Hair, giving it a beautiful, soft and glossy appearance, it is unequalled. Prepared by Professor JONES, m celebrated Tonsor of Philadelphia For sale in any quantity, by II A CHANDLER, Sole Agent in Maine, under the Sugadahock House, Bath. Jan G 1852 Gm29 BATH STEAM Till’ above Manufactory during the past season hav ing been completely refined w ilh new machinery including Engine, Tarring Apparatus and Spinning machinery—comprising all llie latest improvement*. The proprietors would invite the attention of ship owners, and dealers fit Cordage generally, totheires tablishment, where may be found an assortment of first quality Hemp and Manilla Cordage, which will be sold by wholesale or retail as the lowest manufaetvrerspri ces« Gangs of Cordage, warranted equal to nnyinthe market, furnished at short notice, and all orders from this or neighboring towns, will be promptly attended to. P'ease rail before purchasing elsewhere. *14?__G. & J. T. DONNELL. Men’s Calf Boots. A SUPERIOR article, for sale cheep by Bath,Oct 15,1851. J YV. ROBERTS Kennebec and Portland Railroad. —" n T — - — OPEN TO AUGUSTA. Winter Arrangements, Commencing December 29th, 1851. Passenger trains willleave the Station fool ofChes nut *treei.daily.(Suuduysexcepied) for Westbrook, Fulniouth, Cumberland, Varinonih, Freeport, Bruns wick, Hath. Bowdoinham, Richmond, Gardiner, Hallo well and Augusta, as follows:— Leave Portland lor Bath and Augusta at 7am and 12 45 p m. Leave Augusta for Bath, Portland and Boston at 5,15 am and 12 m. Leave Bath for Portlandaud Boston at 0.30 a m, and l 15 r m. Leave Bath for Augusta at 7 30 and 115 pm. Each train from Bath and Augusta connects at Port land w:th the trains from Portland to Boston. The 12 45 p m train from Portland, for Bath and Au gusta.eouuects with i he train leaving Boston at 7 a. m. Passengers for the East arriving in the 1st train from Boston, wil I take the cars of this road si the junction of the Porlaun, Saeoand Portsmouth Railroad at Cupe Elizabeth,and proceed directly on without delay. Freight train, with passenger car attached, will leave Portland at (j 80 A M. Returning will leave Augusta | for Portland at 1 15 PM : and Bath for Portland at 2 45 PM. STAGE CONNECTIONS. Stages leave Augusta for Bangor daily at 8 A M. Siages leave Augusta for South Vassal boro’, South China, Palermo, Liberty Village and Belfust,ou arrival of the train leaving Portland at 7 A M. Siages leave Aucusiu for North Vassal boro'and Chi na on arrival of the train leaving Portland at 12 45 P M. At Bath, stages •••iinect with \Viscus.*d,Daniariscol ta,\Valdoboro,Tliomuston, Belfast and Bangor,on ar rival of each train front Portland. Through Tickets arc sold Between Portland and Bangor at $3 75; Portland and Belfast at S3 50; Portland and China at *2 25. Arrangements have been made with the Eastern and P S. A P. Railroads whereby freight will beiransport ed between Stations on this road and Boston, at re duced rates, ami without change of cars at Portland. All orders for freight intended for this road may be left at No 17 M ‘reliant*. Row, Boston. JOHN RUSSELL, Jr ,Superintendent. Portland, Dec. 25,1851. 31 Stone Ware. BUTTER POTS—Preserve Jars—Water Fountains, Pilcher*. Cliurus, Flower Pots.nml Jus*, for sale by Oct 8, 1S51. M. F. G ANN ETT. Bnswcll’s Mineral Paint. l SUPERIOR arliele of FIRE PROOF PAINT, fX warranted equal to ailVoffered to the public-, tor sale by MITCHELL & LOW. July 2,1851 2 Broad Axes and Adzes> A SUPERIOR article, warranted. For Kale by Ang. 4.18.31. SMITH & CO. SMITH &, CO Have just received by ihe schooner Alvarado— 7.3 hbU first quality Superfine Flour, Oregon and Three Rivers brand. Also. 50 bids of Hiram Smith’s Premium Flour, a very superior article for Family use. .All of which will be sold low for cash. —also— Ilcnsliaw & Wooilrougli’s Cast Steel Mill Saws, Ami all kinds of Saws lor Mill use. Bath, June 17,1851._S'J Jewelry, Clocks and fancy Goods. A LARGE assortment, and will be sold cheap hv 1 Bath, Sept. 13. T. H. G. MARSTON. Ships for sale. x/qc ATONY on the stocks and for sale, a superior lx new and copper fastened Ship of500 tons burihen; also cute of 450 tons burthen. Both will be sold on reasonable terms. Apply to Richmond, Oct 1. THOMAS J. SOUTHARD. Boys’ Rubbers. JUST received a good assortment of Boys’ Metallic Rubbers. J NV ROBERTS. Nov 23. 1-51. Ladies’ and Misses’ Long Rubber BOOTS. A PRIME article for keeping the feet dry. Call and examine, at ROBERTS’. Nov. 25. NEW BOOKS! JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE LOW Bit mmssmrx arsra>iB8 AT THE BATH BOOK STOKE. The Silver Cnp of Sparkling Drops, for the Friends of Temperance. A Wonder Book, for Boys and Girls, by N. Haw thorne. Memoir of Mary Lyon, Compiled by E Hitch cock, I) D LL D. Clowt'i Hour*, by Rev Ray Palmer. Gift Book- Tor Young l.ndics, by Dr Wm A Aicntt. KnighfM* Life of Hannah Moore. Sea anil Sailor, by Rev Walter Colton. C’arlylr’M Life of Sterling. Family Worship, a collection of Prayers for every day in the year, by 180 Scotch Clergymen, 8 vol, clo. Bonnr’s Gon* me alary on Leviticus. 8 vo clo. The Divine Government, Physical and Moral, by McCosh, 8 vo, clo. t»vv23 Vlt. FONTAINE’S BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS, FOR THE TOILET, THE NURSERY, FOR BATHING, AND MANY MEDICINAL PURPOSES. HIGHLY perfumed by its own ingredients. Recom mended by the faculty of almost every European city.and established under the patronage of almost ev ery physician in Loudon and Paris,and thousands of in dividuals, who make daily use of it in N York, Phila delphia and Boston, it is the greatest luxury a lady or gentlemen could wish for the iniproveme.it of health, for cotuloriand personal embellishment, and its del.cate soothing sensation, and the delightful sof.ness it imparts to the complexion. We give a few of the prominent properties ol the BALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS! already well established by actual experience. FIRST. This Balm remedies every defect of the complexion, and establishes in ilsstead Beauty and Health, at ilie lime when both, by the change* of age, or freaks of na ture, or disease, have been obscured and undermined— it cleanses ihe skin, aii.l draws to the suriace all impu rities.and every species of pimples and blotches; also, removes tan, sunburn, sallowness and freckles, impart ing to the skin its original puriiV, and an unsurpassed freshness,rendering it clear smooth and white. SECOND. It promotes the growth and increase of the Hiir, causing it to curl in the most natural manner. It cleanses the head from dandruff*, giving vigor, health and life to the very roots of the hair. THIRD. Itis a superior artirlefor Sharing, being superior to all d seriptions of Soaps. Creams, I'astes if. Asa Dextkifice lor cleansing the Teeth, it is by far the most medicinal of any compound yet discovered, preventing decay, relieving pain, ulcers and cankers, and renders ihe teeth ns while as alabaster. For the suffering, and for bathing, tor stifle ting infants, and for idults, to promote sweetness of body, cleanliness, health and strength, and to prevent eruptions. «Yc.. there is no article more suitable than this Balm. It may be usedin cold or warm, hard or soft water. FETR1DGE j CO., Manufacturers and Proprietors—BOSTON SAWYER ir MAGOUN and WM. B. STEARNS Agents iocBUh, where the above may be found a wholesale and retail. July 18. 1 yfi Parlor Stoves. A. NOW is the lime to look for Parlor and Chamber Stoves, and the very best assortment, at ihe lowest prices,can he found at H L CHAMBERLAIN, NEARSAGADAHOCK FERRY, Front Street, Bath, Me. ALSO, THE FAMOUS Union Air-Tight Cook Stove, n new and beautiful design, similar in arrangement to the Bay Sta'e and Green Mountain Stoves, and war ranted equal to them, at prices which purchasers will he perfectly satisfied with. Stoves! Stoves!! ney willberefunded. June 5,1850 ^HE subscribers have on hand and are now selling at thelowestpri CEs,S TO VESof every description, someof which are heavier, better finish ed,and more perfectthan k any others in use. We warrant them,and if, upon tjial of thirty days,do not prove satisfactory.the mo W. WALKER St CO. 50 11UU (kWUUS At the Granite Store. JUST received, a few pieces new style M de Laiaea. plain Raw Silks, Prints, Bleached and Brown Sheet ings, Ac. which will be sold ai prices lower than ever before offered In this city. II. W. OWEN It CO. | Bath, Jan. 24,1832. 32 R. R. R; JOY TO THE BED-BIDDEN. A VALUABLE DISCO VERYFOR THE INSTANT CURE OF PAIN! RADWAY’S READY RELIEF, cures the worst diseases in minutes and hours, and slops ihe most cruel pangs of pains in seconds. So quickaud efficient is Railway's Ready Relief in stop ping pain and curing disease, lhal it has raised the dis eased anti helpless invalid from a bed of sickness in a very few hours. It has frequently cured the worst paiusof— Rheumatism |n four hours Neuralgia in twenty minutes Tic Doloreux in leu minutes Tooth Ache * in three seconds Nervous Headache in fifteen minutes Sour Stomach in five minutes Heart-bum in live minutes Bowel Oeinplaiuts, in thiny-five minutes Cramps and Sprains in twenty-five minutes Diarrhea in one hour Inflammations of the bowels in thirty minutes Local Inflammation in ten minutes Influenza in twelve hours Hoarseness in ten hours Spinal complaints, swellings, braises, sores,wounds, Ac, it will remove ten times quicker than any other remedy in use. Let those to ho suffer try it. It will prove itself in a few minutes As soon as it is laken internally, or applied externally,its beneficial ef fects are seen. It is heller than all other remedies. Here is the Proof. I here is no oiner remetiy tnai claims 10 suuuue me cruel pangs of pain in seconds, minutes or even hour: I c They require the patient 10 use dose after dose before a j favorable change is promised Nol so with Railway’s I Ready Relief. Its effects are instantaneous; the tirst dose lhal is taken.or the first external application com- ' mences iis ils great work of relief from pain. Sick Headache cured in 25 Minutes. ^ Railway’s Ready Relief has cured over 90,000 cases of sick and nervous headache during the past season.— In the Western States, where this distressing com- ' plain! is so general, Railway’s Ready Relief has cured every where it has been applied. Ourugentat Romeo, Michigan, writes: * Out 01 our village of 1000 inhabitants, Radway's Ready Relief has cured 750 persons of sick and nervous headache, weakness, fainting spells—curing many of the worst cases in the incredible short time of 15 min utes. If is now surpassing every kind of medicine we have here, in arres ing pain and curing diseases of ner vous, rheumatic and biilious type. Spinal Complaints. By bathing the cords of the neck and spine with Re lief they will be greatl) si rengihened. We have known many cases of posterior and anterior curvature of the spine io be entirely cured and the propershape res tored by the use of Radway’s Relief. Eruptions of the Skin. By adding a table spoonful of Relief to a table spoon ful of Olive Oil. it will slop the most painful iicbiug of the skin in a few minutes, and entirely cure salt rheum, ring worm, itch, burns, sores, scalds, Jtc. Swellings. Railway’s Ready Relief will reduce all swellings, bruises or wounds in a few minutes. Bear in mind to ask for Radway 's Ready Relief. Remember the three It R R. Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold by druggists generally. Radway’s Medicated Soap Possesses wondrous virtucsover skin diseases. To the complexion it imparts beauty. Radway's Circassian Balm Imparts nutriment and health to the hair, makes it very strong, glossy rich and luxuriant. Price 25 cents per bottle CAUTION. Purchase Radway's Relief only of the authorized agents, whose names are inserted in the paper, you will then be sure to gel the genuine urtiele. RAD WAY $ CO., Practical Chemists, For sale wholesale and retail by H. H HAY. Drug gist, Portland, general agent for Me. All applications for agencies in said Stale must be addressed to him. A. G. Page and S. P. Shaw, Agent? for Bath. Iy20 Flour, Pork, llccf ami I'hcese. JUST received by the subscriber, per brig Catherine. direct from New Yotk, the best brands FAMILY FLOUR, such as Railroad—Empire—Calhoun—J II Beach—B Usher Also. Common brands. Also, Buckwheat Flour—Chicago MESS BEEF— New York do do—Boston do do—M ESS PORK—New York CJfEKSE—Boston do. All ol which will bo sold cheap for cash. K. K. SMITH. Bail), June 25,1351. Ilf MIXED PAINTS, Ready for Use. ALL those who wish to do their own Painting, can find any and all kinds of Mixed Paints, pul up in small or large quantities, at J. \V. WELCH’S, No 2 Elm St. •,* Mr. W. is also prepared to do all kinds of Paint ing, Graining, Gilding, Glazing, and Paper Hanging, as heretofore, in the neatest maimer. 4m33 NEW GOODS! THE subscriber has just received a large assortment of fresh FAMILY GROCERIES, which, ill addi tion to his former stock, comprises one of" the largest in the city, among which are Old Hyson TEAS, Oolong Teas, Young do do Niiiymig,do Souchong do. Old Gov’t Java COFFEE, Pernambuco Coffee, Rio do St Domingo do. Dutch Crushed SUGAR, Powdered Sugar, St Croix do Porto Rico do Havana do. Lard—Codfish—Rice—Cask and Box Raisins—Cur rants— Burning Fluid, extra quality—Bar Soap—Mo lasses—and all other articles usually kept m a Grocery Store. To be sold at the lowest prices lor cash. R. R SMITH, Opposite the Sagadahock House. Bath,June 25,1851. ltf j For Sale. \ NUMBER of House lots, situated in a central and tx. pleasant part of the city. For further particulars inquire of WAI. WINSLOW Hath, June 2,1851. Iy50 Cement. ZIIYDE fc Co. have constantly on hand and for • sale the best article ofCEM ENT nowiu use. Feb 27, 1851. MORSE’S COMPOUND SYRUP OF YELLOW DOCK ROOT. WE feel prompted by every principle of humanity to make known to the world the Wonderful effieacy of this extraordinary Preparation. Thousands have been relieved of a great amount ol suffering, and many lives saved by the use of it. It is acknowledged by the best judges of medicine to be the most elegant, scientific and salutary preparations now in use, and as a Dcpurative Remedy, seldom, if.ever equalled It stands unrivalled for the cure »(' Krysip ;I:n. Salt Rheum,Canker, Scrofula,and alUliseases arising from an Impure state of the Blood. ALSO all Bowel Complaints, and is used with unprecedented success in all cases of Female Weakness and General Debility, strengthens the weakened body—gives tone to the va rious organs,andinvigorates the Entire System, and also for the cure of the Liver Complaint, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, head ache, Dizziness, Coughs, &c. Those affected Cfironi* Di'eas s, of whatever “orm. will furdihis medicine not only pleasant to the taste, but a certain cure, if it b* within the power of remedial agenlsto effect their diseases. It is composed of medicines so happily combined as toieud directly to give tone to the Stomach and Bowels, excites to healthy action the Liveraud the wholeglan di'.a: system, allay Nervous Irritability, and promote the free action of the LUNGS. thus rendering it applicable to all diseases of a Chronic nature. It is purely vegetable, and tnay be used in all climates,and at all Seasons of the Year. Prepared only by C. MORSR & Co., Providence. R I, u.ih1 sold by thousands all over the United States, Canadas, Jcc. §• P. SHAW, Wholesale and Retail Agent for Rath and this section of the State of Maine. Iy33 Paint your Roofs. BLAKE'S Pa ten t Paint or Artificials I ate, for salein anv quant it yby KENDALL,RICHARDSON&Co. Thevalue ofthisarticlewill be seen by the followingcertificntesfroni gentlemen who have used il and proved it,indurating qualities. Mr. Blake— Dear Sir,— I had a building adjoining the wall ofiny stone Cotton Factory, 'theroorofwhich was covered with your Fire proof Paint or Artificial Slate. The factory took fire, and during! lie progress ofits deal ruc tion .large numbers of burning shinglesand nth ei conibustibleinaterials fell uponthisrooLsn covered, and I expected every moment to see it burstinto flames,butafter the factory burned down I examinedsaid rnofand foundilliterally covered with coals and cinders,bn i the fire had not madethe least impression upon it. After thistest,therecertainlycan beno doubt asto i Is fire-proo (qualities. Rochester,Sept.,1848. SETH C. JONES. American Hotel, ) Broadway ,New York ,Oct ,4th, 1848. $ Mr. Blake—Sir:—We Iasi Spring cov ered the roof oft lie American .with you r Fir e proofPainl. Wenow find t ha t it has become ashard asrlateandthe almost constant trend oflhesor«ents( w house l he top oft hehousefor dry ir gclothes) does no raffed itin t he I east, and i tprovesa I It ba lit was recommended. Wl TAMER A BAG LEY. fire insurance. I The North Wester a Iasaranee | COMPANY, STATE OF NEW YORK. PROPOSALS FOR INSURANCE. HOUSES.Buildings, Manufactories,Store*, Vessels in harbor, goods, wares and merchandise general ly, from loss or damage by fire. Incorporated by the Slate of N. York in 1832. CAPITAL, (allpaid in) 150,000. GEORGE FISHER,Fre.ident. SAMUEL. HAWLEY, Secretary. J. II. McLELLAK, Agent for Bath. Feb.27,135U_l)3fi Insurance. TMIE undersigned.Agent for several safe and respon- 1 I- siblc Offices, is prepared to insure against Fire and Marine Risks, of every description, to any amount required,at the usual rales. Life Insurance, also effected in the best offices ill New England, at the lowest premiums. JOilN II. KIMBALL, Insurance Broker, Nearly opposite the Elliot Hou«e. Bath, July 13,1851. __ 1)33 Fire Insurance. PHE undersigned, Agent for the Howabp, Lafat I- ette, and American Insurance Offices, with a orabined capital of rill insure against loss or damage by fire, on dwelling ouses, furniture, buildings, merchandize, mills, facto ies, mechanics’ risks, vessels and cargoes, and vessels n the slocks, to the amount of $30,000. m any one risk, at current rates. JOHN' H. KIMBALL, Nearly opposite the Elliot House. Bath, July 12,1851.1 r39 Marine Insurance. TIIE undersigned, Agent for several Boston and other Offices, will insure against M arise Risks on Ves sels. Freight, Goods and Effects, to any amount re quired. at the usual rales. Policies issued, and losses promptly paid at Bath. Cl.tims on underwriters adjust ed and collected. JOHN II. KIMBALL, Office nearly opposite Elliot House. Bath, July 12.1-51. ly3S FRANKLIN Fire Insurance Co. I; NCOR POR AT ED 1830.) Capital, 200,000 Dollars. DIRECTORS, (Worcester, Mass.) i l, isacnn II S Washburn Charles Washburn Ciinrles Thurbur E B Bigelow nnries \\ nne \V T Barion Charles Holland Ilealley Baker Warren l.nzell C HOLLISTER. Pres’t. Cu* Washburn,Sec. Hoard of Local Reference. 11 nn ii m hi try Hon J <• lingers II II Fuller, Esq Zeloles llotfiner, Esq. Samuel :uny ct i.n. Wrijfhl ft Whitman 1 Mallet, Davis fc Co | Charles Scuihler ft Co GC?* This Company commences business with a Cash Capital of $200)000) anil will effect Insurance against loss or damage by fire, on Dwellings Furni ture. Stores, Stacks ol Goods, anil merchandise general ly of the safer class. First class dwellings taken for a term of years, without liability to assessments, and on very favorable terms. Insurance in this office will be done, and Policies is sued on application to J. S. SKWALL. Aerut. Hath Dec 30, 1851. 3ra2S AMERICAN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. Cash Capital, $100,000. Expense of Insurance reduced 25 per cent. BOARD OF REFERENCE. Hon F C Gray, J C Warren, M D, Hon .! (1 Rogers, John Ware, NI 1), Prof (J Ticknor, J J Dixwell, Esq, A tl Vinion, 1) D. J N Wolcott. E*<i, F W Blagden, D D, Thomas Lamb, Esq. 'pilIS Company has issued between three and four thousand Policies, and has a Cash Capital and sur- I plus of $175,000, securely and profitably invested. It* business is conducted upon principles which ren der certain the payment of all sums insured by the Com pany. whether i lie* claims arise within live or fifty years. In accordance with the most approved Offices, both in England and this country, the Trustees deem it neces sary that the payment of all Premiums should he made in CA*fl,and not in notes, either in whole or in pari. All classes of Policies share in tile dividends, which are declared on the firsi of January, annually. Joint Policies, for husband and wife, issued on very favorable u rms, the whole amount being payable to the survivor, in case of the death of either party. Prospectus, Circulars, and blank applications, villi every necessary information, may be had ai the office. BENJAMIN’ SILLIM AN, President. J D YOUNG. M I). Medical Examiner. OLIVER BREWSTER, Actuary.4 Slate St.Boston. J. S. SEVVALL, Agent for Bath unu vicinity. Dec 30, 1851. “ 2Su38 Piano \ r|1Hh s'lltsc: liters ure now prepared to furnish 1'ianos, of a variety of hi vie and finish, from the best Miiniifar - turers in New England, Hi the lowest prices. Several fine toned instruments now on hand which purchasers are re quested to examine. O* Second hand Pianos for sale or to let. SAW YER &. MAGOUV. Bath, May 13, 1851. 47 SHI4 HI! © % JOHN HILLING, House, Sign and Fancy Painter, Near the Corner of Washington and Centre Streets, Bath. N.B. Particular attention paid to SIGN Painting and GRAINING. Patrons may rest assured that ail work entrusted to him in his line will he personally executed: and satisfaction warranted or no pay re quired. 29U NEW DRUG STORE. 1'HE subscriber would res; ectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has taken the store under the Sagada hock House, next door north of Bnllou'i Clothing Establishment, where he otters for i sale a complete assortment of Drugs Md- } i-iaes,Ck-atic i'«, Fanty Artiles, P.r/u-l He will also keep on hand Confectionary of the best j quality, also articles of diet for the sick, such as Arrow- [ root, Irish and Iceland Moss, Sago, Tapioca, Groats, Oat Meal, l’earl Barley, Ac. W ASHING FLUID of a superiorquality, by the bottle or gallon. Personal and strict attention will be given to the com pounding of Physicians’ prescriptions. O' Family and Ships’ Medicine Chests carefully put up and replenished. J. MATHE" S, M. D. Bath, Oct. 28, 1850._19lf Ship Chandlery! \GENERAL*«orimelilconslainly on hail I for sale by Z. HYDE Ac Co., corner of Front and Broad Streets, Balli. Including Cordage, (mauilla and tarred) from the Manufactories of Boston and Plymouth, by Ganger re tail. Cotu n, Scotch and Russia Duck, of all descrip tions. Cotton and Hemp Twines. Anchors of all sizes—Hast proved Cham Cables— Sheets nndTies—Boll, Sheathing Copper ami Yellow Metal—CotnposiiiffciSpikes and other Costings— Per ley’s Ventilators. Jigger Windlasses, Ac., Patentdo Gear,Windlass Necks and Capstans Spindles—Cam booses— Iron Spikes—Naval Stores—Paints, Oilsuud Glass—Nautical Instruments. Books, Charts. Ac. .Many of the above articles, on suitable notice can be telivered from the manufacturers at their lowest prices, ree of expense to the purchaser. Bath, March 1,1S51. 37 Bring in yonr Boys ! AND buy them u pair of THICK BOOTS fora small sum of monev ni J \V ROBERT’S. Bath, Oct 15,1851. 17 To Let. A CONVENIENT Dwelling House, conve- 1 nieutly situated on High Street, near South Street. For terms apply to Nov 11. 21 tf Z. HYDE. Woolen Blankets. A GOOD aa-oriment of Wool Blankets just received at the new GraniteStore> and for sale cheap. Bath, Oct 15. H. W. OWEN A CO. Washing Powders. BABBIT’S and NELSON’S, twocelebrated Washing Powders—for sale by M F GANNETT. New Granite Store. OPENING this morning, at the new Granii Store, all wool De Laines, plain and figured; figured all worl Cashmeres; do new style Plaid Thibet* Lyonese, Ac. H. W. OWEN A CO. Bath. Oct 15. _ _ More Apples * FEW barrel- of Baldwin and Gr"A"/flNEI-T. t\ sale by 24 M f TlWmrio Lessons. “SS&1..1851. N. H. DOWNS’ Vegetable Balsamic Elixir THE GREAT NORTHERN REMEDY FOR CONSUMPTION. IT'Bead! Bead!! Bead!!! a Downs’ Elixir loosens the cough, increases S« ssspecloration, or spilling, promotes the insensibls perspiration, improves the digestion, strengthens the Stomach, stimulates the diuretic organs, and thus by the Skin, the Kidneys, and the Bowels, cleanses the BCiod, renovates the system, eradicates disease, and RESTORES THE PATIENT TO HEALTH. „It®eT*T. Produces Costiveness, but unliks all other similar medicines, it is a remedy Jor that evil, and will in a few weeks, (the patient having proper regard to diet,) entirely relieve and CURE the most obstinate cases of that difficulty. Rev. J. L. Tui-tle writes: —“I found that the use of it a few days, had regulated my bowels, equalized the circulation, aud produced a healthy moisture upon the skin. I used three bottles in two weeks, which entirely removed the soreness and weakness from my stomach, gave me a good appe tite, and greatly improved my strength." For every description of Cough, whether A mere cold, produced by a fever, or the effect of a fixed pulmonary habit, Downs’ Elixir stands UNBIVAIED! UNEQUALED!! It often cures a cough in a fere days, that has lasted for months, and baffled the skill of the best physi cians. For Measlea, it is the best article in the world, as it breaks up the cough and restores the patient to Health, in much less than the usual time. Rev. J. L. Tuttle, again: — “I have given it to my children in colds, and in a case of measles, and it has proved all it is recommended to be*” Any person having an attack of Bleeding at the Lungs, Should at once resort to Downs’ Elixir. We have never known an instance of recui'rence of Bleeding at the Lungs while the patient adhered to the direc tions in the use of this medicine. Hear Alderman Morton, of New York City: About one year since I had five different attacks of bleeding or hemorrhage of the lungs, and was much reduced and confined to my bed for nearly six months; since then I have had without cessation a severe cough and general debility, trying almost I every medicine of any reputation. A few days since I commenced the use of Downs’ Elixir, and I have no hesitation in saying that to my cough and soreness of lungs it has proved of great benefit and has been of essential service to me in restoring my health. (Signed,) PETER MORTON. For Whooping Cough, you should immedi ately make use of Downs’ Elixir. It icill save ! hours of hard coughing, and restore the patient to health, much sooner than any other known i REMEDY. I For Croup, IT IS AN UNFAILING CURE. I We speak confidently, having never known it fail in the hundreds of instances in which it has been used. Asthma, IT ALWAYS RELIEVES, and has ' undoubtedly produced more POSITIVE CURES IN THIS COMPLAINT, than all other medicine*. i Remember, it has often proved the consumptive'* best friend — affording relief after all elu MAD FAILED. C. W. ATWELL, No. 4, under U. States Hotel, Portland, Maine, Wholesale and Retail Agent, i Order* from the country promptly attended to. ;j For sale hv A. G. PAGE, Bath; E. T , Kntchell and Wm Baker, Brunswick—and by Druggists j »ud dealers in Medicine generally. * 47tf p3 ORIGINAL AND GENUINE Dr. Townsend’s UNITED STATES §■* Compound Extract S |S! SARSAPARILLA ? a o i« nnw miuiufiuiiired umlrr ihe im rd bjs mediate direction of ihe well known ^ 5 Chemist and Physician, ^ -H W JAMES R. CHILTON, :? G '■ of New York, whose Crrlificate, £-4 ^ 3 printed on green paper, will he found jw, on ihe outside wrapperof each botlle. ^ *|*lita is to prevent the possibility of any mistake or question as to its gen* UIXENESS. , Dr. S. P. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is warranted to possess more medicinal virtues than any other of the numerous preparation* of Sarsaparilla, and to keep good for any length of time, in all climates. This medicine has cured more persons of different diseases (such as mentioned below) than ail the other advertised medicines put together. IT CURES Scrofula Stubborn Ulcers Effect* of Mercury Fever Sore* Erysipelas R HEUMATISM General Debility Dy.«psp.«ja Co.«TfVENE« Skim Diseases Liver Complaint Dropsy Ringworm, Salt Riizum Heart Diseases C'T*’ All the genuine Dr Townsend’* Extract Sarsap arilla mani*filetnred since February, 1*50, has ihe sig nature and certificate of Dr Chiitun on it. Sold hv nil the principal Druggists and general store keepers throughout the world. Principal Office, in New York. 32 Nassau Street. “ 11 in London, 355 Strand, next door to Ihe Lyceum Theatre. Dr. James R. Chilton, The most celebrated Chemist in the United States, has had charge of the Manufactory for more than a year, and has marie many important improvements in the medicine—from one to two tea spoonful* of the Improved Sarsaparilla, is all that i.« required for a dose, to act as a m l 1 Alterative and Tonic. Puythal Avilh Dr Chilton’s Certificate on. and you will he sure of getting the G nuine Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla. Principle Office, in New York. 82 Nassau St. “ •• in London, 355 Strand, next door to the Lyceum Theatre. A. G. PAGE, only Agent for Bath ; E. Dana Jr., Damarisccttn ; E Dana, Wiscasset. I m30 To the Honorable Arnold lilancj , J-.squire, Judge vf Probate within and for the C« u.-ty of Lincoln. THOMAS CHILD ol Phiysburg. in the County of Lincoln a for cm id, guard tun ol Calvin B. A\ lute, a_ minor and only heir at law of A' n . B. A' hue. lute rtf .•*aid Pbipsbnr- , d- cease ’, resyec^trl v represents that said minor is the owner of a certain piece ol real estate situated in said Phipt-burg, bounded as follows n* wit : northerlv by land of AA'm M Rogers easterly by Ken nebec river—southerly and westerly by Druniore Bay and Mill-pond, subject to the right of dow er ol the w i dow of said deceased. And said guardian further represents that it would be for the benefit of said minor that tw oundivided third parts ol said real estate should be sold and disposed of. and the proceeds thereof pul out at interest, the said real estnte not being productive to said minor. And said guardian furlher represents that an advan tageous offer has been made to him for said two undi vided third parts of said real estate, ol the sum of nine hundred ami fitly dollars, by Charles Gould, of Lisbon, !m said County, ar.d that the iw-resi ol said minor, and ill concerned would l>e best promoted by an immediate iceeptance of said offer. Wherefore said guardian prays that for Ihe reasons • fnresnid he may be empowered and lictnsed to sell at private sale the said two undivided third parts of said real estate to the said Charles Gould, for the rum before mentioned, with or without pnllic noiice. at the dis retion of said guardian, THOMAS CHILD, Guardian of said Minor. Wiscasset, Feb. 2, 1S52. 3w34* LINCOLN, as—At a Probate Court held at Wiscas set, within and for the County of Lincoln, on the second day of Feruary, AD 1852. On the foregoing petition, ordered, that the said peti tioner give not ice to all persons interested im said es tate, that they may appear at a Court of Probate to be holden at Wiscasset, within and tor said County, on the first Monday of March next, by causing a copy of said petition, with this order, to he published in the Eastern Times, n paper printed at Bath,in said County, three weeks successively previous to said Court ARNOLD BLANKY, Judge. Aitest Edwin S. Hovey, Krgister. A true copy. Attest, Edwin S Hovey, Reg. 3w3* To the Honorable Arnold Blaney, Esquire. Judge of Probate. wMiiu and for the County ot Lincoln— BENJ. F. TAI.I.MAN, administrator of the estate of William F. Tnrr. lale of Woolwich, in said County, deceased, respectfully represents that the per sonal estuleofthe said deceased is not sufficient by the suin of three hundred and eighty-fonr dollars uudeighty six cents to answer his just debts and charges of ad ministration; lie therefore prays lhai he may be em powered and licensed to sell and convey so much of t « real esiate of the said deceased as may be suffice*1 raise the suid sum with incidental charges. ~ BENJ. F. rALLMAN. iS“ .r^e,corutrofcL"^M .inner give l.ouce In all of Prob.le to be hoi ,h«A!he>’ »'r * d’fo'r Mid County,on the 6r.t Jenut W.KaMel, wiih.i|jii|diiM. copy „f „id peti. Monday of March • published in the Eastern ff-j-C™*. ihreeweeb. .uc cess.vely P™™^'blaNBY, Judge of Probate. Ai.e.i Edwin S- Hovey. Register. A True Copy Alien: Edwin S. Hovey, Reg. 3w34 Notice IS hereby given, that the subscriber has been duly ap pointed executor of the lust will Ac. of John Stam ford. lat** of Ipswich, in the County of Essex, and Contra moiiwealth oi Massachusetts, deceased; and has taken upon herself that trust hypping bonds as the law di rects. And all persona having demands upon the estate of the suid John Stamford, are required to exhibit tfca wine, and all persons indebted to the said esiate ana called upon to make payment. MARY R. FARLEY. Feb. 2, 1652. 3w34 Just Received. A LARGE Jot of TEAS of different grade*,til half cheat.. will be »old towfcy Jan 1,1653. 36 II SMITH fc CO