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Arrival ol the Arctic. The Collins steamship Arctic, Capt. Luce from Liverpool at 10 1-2 A. M., May 19th, arrived at New York, May 30. The general ngws by this arrival is of the most trivial importance. The case of a British subject, named Murray, sentenced to death at Rome, for political offences, was before the House of Lords on Monday ; as was also that of aome English Protestant missionaries, banished from Austria. A good deal of feeling was evinced by the dif ferent spenkers, but the discussion led to no practical result. The steamer Desperate has returned from towing the Arctic Expedition as lor as lat. 60 11 N., Ion 24 04 \V. The Desperate left the ships of the expedition all well, steering for Cape Farewell. Ireland. The weather in Ireland has been propitious beyond the best hopes ol the farmers in England. Seasonable rains have revived the crops previously suffering from drought. France. There is little of interest from Parts or in fact from the Continent. Gen erals Lomoriciere, Bedeau, and Leflo, have followed Gen. Changarnier’s example by publishing letters, stronglyMenouncing Louis Napoleon, assigning their reasons for refu sing to take the oath of allegiance to the President. The letters are equally distin guished as General C.’s for their boldness and spirit. On Saturday, the Archbishop of Paris blessed four busts of Louis Napoleon, to be placed at the four corners of the new Central Market Place. The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of Napo leon's more immediate admirers. Terrible Fatality.—Hiram Ferry and daughter, a young lady of 17, ol North Wil brnhnm, got on the night freight train East, at Indian Orchard early on Thursday evening, ■and rode to Collins Depot. Here they left the train and were walking on the other track, when '.he Express train from Boston was passing miderfull headway. Miss. Fer ry was struck by the engine and knocked over against her. father, throwing both sev eral feet and instantly killing them. They were horribly mutilated. In consequence of a short curve in the track they could not see the train until it was close upon them. Ferry formerly lived in Munson and wag a man of considerable property.—Springfield Hepub. December and Mat.—A gentleman from Farmington informs ns that on Sunday last, he saw in the lown of Wilton, a plum tree in full bloom on one side of a fence, hanging over a snow bank three or four feet deep on the oilier side.—Hallowcll Gazelle. Scarcity of Seamen.—There is a great scarcity of sailors at this port, and much de lay tins been experienced in getting crews, for Furopean voyages especially. Perhaps not one American ship in ten is able to com ply with the law requiring n certain propor tion of Americans, nearly all the seamen now offering being foreigners, and to this fact, more than any other, is attribu ted the insubordination among sailors, now bo deplorably Ireqnent. Wages nominally remain the same, but extra advance is paid ns an inducement to sailors to ship.—N. Y. Shipping List. The American Institute ofHom(eopathv held its annual session at Baltimore on the 18lh . ult. Elias Foot, M. D., cf New Haven, pre sided. The names of 232 delegates from dif ferent States of the Union were on the roll, many of whom were present. Twenty new members were elected. A number of business matters were disposed of. The following of ficers of the year were elected; W'm. A. Gardiner, M. D., of Philadelphia, General Secretary; S. S. Guy. M. D., of N. Y., Pro visional Secretary ; S. R. Kirby, M. D., Treasurer. The next meeting will be held at Cleaveland on the 2d Wednesday of June 1853. _ Temperance Meeting. A large meeiing of the friends of temperance was heid at Fan enil Hall, on the evening of the 27ih ult.— John Frost, of Orange, presided, with some half-dozen vice presidents, and two or three secretaries ; Mr. E. W. Jackson, of Chelsea, commenced reading sundry resolutions, but was unable to be heard in consequence of noise and confusion in the hall. Rev. Mr. McDon ald, of Maine, began to speak, and the noise continuing, a detachment of the watch came in and carried off some five or six who were engaged in making the noise. The meeting was then addressed bv Rev. Mr. Collins, of Washington, Rev. R. W. Clark, ofE. Boston, aRd Neal Dow, of Maine.—Past. Spread of the Cholera. Chicago, May 31.—We learn from Lassele that the cholera is on the increase at that place. There have already been sixty deaths from it, mostly of la borers on the railroad. Within the past three days, several of the most respectable citizens have also died. Liquor Seized. Marshal Little, with a possee, on Monday morning at 3 o’clock, seized, under a warrant, on Union wharf, one 20 gallon keg, three 15 gallon kegs, and four 10 gallon kegs, containing spirituous liquors. The owner is unknown ; but a looker on, who happened to be present at that early hour, re marked to himself in a melancholy tone— “There goes a hundred dollars more !”—Ar gus. National Democratic Convention. Bal timore, Monday night.—No difficulty is ap prehended in regard to effecting an organiza tion of the Convention. It is now understood that the Georgia and Mississippi Union and States Rights delegates have agreed to come in together, a majority casting the vote of each Stale respectively. Cave Johnson of Tenn., Mr. Saunders of North Carolina, and John W. Davis of Ind., are mentioned as likely to be chosen to the presidency of the Convention.— The probabilities seem to be that neither Cass nor Buchanan will obtain the nomination.— Dickinson’s name is becoming prominent.— Douglass is held in reserve, to be pushed, in case that Cass is thrown over. Marcy is but little talked of to-day. A ballot may be ex pected on Wednesday.—Tel. to Bos. Trav. A fact for fishermen.—After the first day of June, insr., it is made unlawful fur any per son to catch menhaden fish, pogies or hard heads, (except such ‘hard-heads' as the po lice occasionally harpoon.) in any waters of the State over which any town has jurisdic tion, without a permit Irom the authorities. Those who violate this law mu6t be fined.— -Argus-_ Fast Sailing. The clipper ship Samuel Russell of this port, Cnpt. Limeburner, which sailed hence on the 4ih of December, arrived at Hong Kong, we learn, against the mon soon, in 99 days. She crossed the equator on the 23d ol December, in IS 1-2 days ; passed the Cape of Good Hope in 41 1-2 days; the Island of St. Pauls in 53 days; and Lombock Island in 69 days. Her aver age daily soiling for the whole passage is re ported at 18S 1-2 miles; for 66 days 208 miles, and her greatest run in one day 328 miles. In 72 houjs, she sailed 900 miles.— JV. Y. Commercial Advertiser. From Mexico. Dates from Mexico to May 13, report that the Chamber of Deputies has passed a bill, by a vole of 60 to 20, granting the right of way across the Isthmnsof Tehuan tepec to Col, A. Sloo, of New Orleans. (y The proceedings of the Lincoln portion of the District Convention held at Thomaaton on the 25th Ult., were received too late fot publication this week. J. G. Dickerson, qj Belfast, was chosen delegate to the Baltimore Convention, and Jonathan H. Fuller) Esq., foi elector. The proceediogapublUhed in to-day’s paper, ate those of the Waldo' thwns which se ceded and held s separate Convention. The Convention at which Mr. Dickerson was nom nated, is claimed to be the regular one. Political Bets. The New York Courier of Thursday says—*“ We are utterly opposed to wagers on political results, but still, inas much as they are oftentimes pretty good tests of actual sincerfty and confidence, we will ob serre that several Scott men have, for some time past, been offering to bet $1000 that Gen. bcott would be nominated for President; $1000 that he would carry New York; $1000 that he would carry Pennsylvania; $1000 that ire would carry Ohio. Last evening, the bet was accepted by the opposition, and ’thereupon the Scott men withdrew the stakes, and paid the forfeit money. Gov. Boutwell and Neal Dow were hung in effigy on Boston Common on Friday morning. The Governor was also hung in effigy in Cam bridge last week. Change of Tjme. For change of time in running of cars on Ken. and Portland Rail road, see advertisement of Summer arrange ments on this page. The Minnesota papers chronicle an extraor dinary movement in real estate. During a late heavy rain, some eight or ten acres of land near the little village of Stillwater, re moved itself into the Lake St. Croix, on the edge of which the village is situated. By this operation, an excellent steamboat landing was made to order, besides quite an addition to the area of the town. Novbl Alarm Ship. A perpetual bell rin ger is to be anchored off Cape Hatteras to warn mariners approaching those dangers in foggy times, or indeed at all times, for the vessel is go constructed, and the bell so hung, that the motion of the waves will cause it constantly to ring. _ |cy The Bangor Jeffersonian says; ‘‘The resolutions of the Kennebec Democratic Dis trict Convention, held lately in Waterville, are democratic to the core. They reaffirm the national democratic platform and ^nothing else.’ ’ ’ «r The balloon experiment of Mons. Petin on Long Island, turned out a failure. A large crowd of people gathered, only to be dis appointed. Notice. Rev. John M. Spear, of Boston, Mass., will lecture next Sabbath in this city; fore noon in the Unitarian Church, and afternoon, in the Untver3alist Church. Subject—The temptations to which young men from Maine are exposed in Boston, and the best inode of promoting their safely. Contributions will be solicited ip. aid of Mr. Spear’s philanthropic labors. A Card. Joseph Rentun would in this way, express his gratitude to his friends and fellow-citizens, for their gfforts in rescuing himself and chil dren from the flames which so rapidly con sumed the house in which he lived, the tools with which he earned his bread, and what oth er effects he possessed, on Wednesday morn ing, 19th inst. lie also acknowledges the kindness of his fellow citizens, expressed in acts of substantial benevolence, received since the fire. Bath, May 26 th, 1862. Third Congressional District. The Democratic Republicans of the third Congressional District are requested to meet ir Convention, by their delegates, at Rockland, in said District, on Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day of August, A. D. 1852, for the following purposes : 1. To nominate a candidate for Representa tive to Congress in the next Congress of the United States. 2. To transact any other businesss that may properly come before said Convention. All towns and organized plantations in said District, arc entitled to one delegate each, and one additional delegate for any fifty democratic votes which they cast at the last gubernatorial election. Per order Congressional District Committee. ADAMS TREAT, Chairman. Rockland, May 26, 1852. Temperance Anniversary. The citizens* Temperance meeting stands ad journed to the City Hail this (Wednesday) evening, June 2, being the anniversary of the adoption of the Maine Liquor Law. This will probably be the last of the series of meetings for a month or two. P. WADSWORTH, Scc’y. Temperance Watchman Club. The Temperance Watchman Club will meet every Tuesday evening at half-past 7 o'clock, F. M., at Rechabite Hall. Per order. Bath, May 26th. •___ Genuine Medicines. Sarsaparlla and Tomato Bitters— IVcaveb's Salt Rheum and Canker Curb—Moheheae's Gal vanic Belt*, Bracelets, Ac.—Dr. Jayne’s Family AI edicinks—Wilbor’s Compound of Cod i.iver Oil and Lime. Pain Killer Abbott's Kilters Johnson's Liiiameut .M edit amentum Toothache Drops Composition Powders Hair Oils Eye Water Kicliardsou'a Hitters Syrup of Liverwort Pulmonary Balsam Pills of all kinds Pile Electuary Bone Linamegt Worm Lozenges Vermifuge And nil me most valuable liKNUINE PATENT MEDICINE:*, for Mile aithe City Market bv 1*43 A. G.*PAGE. To the Consumptive. 1 (£7* Persons who have been taking the Cod Liver Oil, be pleased to learn that DR WILBOR, 106 Court st, Bos'oil, has succeeded (from directions ot several professional gentiemen) in combining the oil with lime, in such a manner that u is pleasant to the taste, and its effects in Lung complaints are truly wonderiul. Very ! many persons whose cases were pronounced hopeless, and who had taken the clear Oil for a long time with out marked effect, have botMl entirely cured by using this proparuiion. Be sure and get the genuine, manufactured by A. B. WILBOR For sale by A* G« Page, Sole Agent for Bath and vicinity. 3m 13 Influenza and Consumption. It in indeed, a melancholy truth, tiiat thousands fall victims to consumption every year from no other cause than neglected colds ; yet we find hundreds, nay thous ands, who treat aucti complaints with the greatest in difference, and lei them run on for weeks, and even months, without thinking of the danger. At first, you have what you consider a slight cough or cold; you al low business, pleasure or carelessness to prevent you from giving it any attention, R tueu settles upon your breast, you become hoarse, have pains in the side or chest, expectorate large quantities of matter, perhaps mixed with blood; a difficulty of breathing ensues, und tb-n you find your own foolish n^|ect has brought on this complaint. If, then you value your life or health, he warned in tune, and don’t trifle with your cold, or trust to any quack nostrum to cure you but immedi ately procure a bottle m two of that famous remedy DR. WIST A ITS BALSAM of WIL&cVbrRY which is wed known to he the most speedy core ever known. a« thousands will testify, whose lives h*ve been saved by it. ve ueeu For influenza it is the very best medicine i., world. Bu nol deceived remember that spurious imitation. Mid oilier preparation*of W ild Cherry abouud llirna-Mi oot the Und. but it i« Dr. Wislar's that Ims perlbrmed so many thousand wonderful cures, therefore huv no other but the centime original Balsam of Wild Cherry signed J. Butts on the wrapper. v To be genuine it must he signed I BUTTS. Address all orders to the General Agent, Sefh W. Fowle Boston, Mass. 3W 43 Trifle not with the Spoiler. Consumption, like the rattle-snake, always gives warning of its approach. The dry and frequent enngh 5* "" *hesa,ihe short, quick breathing of the patient, are uerlaiu indications that 1 serious mischief is going on ill the Organ of Respire. V°"- At ll'" •'•*« "< 'be disease Dr. Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort, Tar an l Caneha’agua will not only accom p"sh a certain >11 a rapid cuw. The three vegelable ingredient* ef Stuck it is eompeeeil, form,!, their com pound state, a inedii ine which is at once anti-fehrile, tome and healing in iu properties. If the pulse ia ex cited, it soothes it; if the strength is declining it res tores it; and if the Uaugs are iaiamed and ulceration « threatened, it heals aud invigorates them. Such ia the philosophy of its operation, and thousands rescued from the verge of the grave ran lest ty to its practi cal effect. For full details see pamphlet, in the hands of agents. CAUTION.—None .genuine unless there is on the buff wrapper, a note of hand, signed with a sen bv A LSCOVILLfcCo. . ' ’ J FOR SALE, wholesale »nnd retail, by A. I,. HCO VIM.fc CO , Proprietors at their Principal Depot, GOTHIC HALL, /To. 316, Bro'idway, New tork,to , whom all orders fbr the Medicine, and letters relating to agencies, should be addressed, post-paid. ALSO, for sale in Bath, by As O* Pan f Waldo boro, byM. M. Rawson. PRICE—In large bottles, 91,00, or six bottles for 86 ^_ __ In this city, 30th ult, by Rer Mr Willis, Mr Chsrles H Totinan to Miss Jane M Colton ; lat inat, by the same, Mr Samuel P Leman to Miaa Mary E Desilvia, both of thiaeity ln this city, 27tU ult, by Wm Torrcy, E*q, C:ipt A ma ss Tar box to Miss Olive H Brooks, both of Weatpori. In this city, 27th ult, by James Potter, Esq, Mr George Burgess to Mrs Mary Ana Stilson, both of Bath. Port land papers please copy. In Belgrade, by Rev A Dalton of Augusta, Rer Edward Dibell of this city, to Miss Emeline F, daughter of Rich ard Mills, Esq, of B. In Waldoboro, by D W Siders, Esq, Mr Wm T Lovett to Miss Mary E Havener. In Boston, Mr J R Stephens of Covington, Ky, to Miss Sarah H Huntoon, of Wiscasset; Mr Joseph Emery, of Thomaston, tp Miss Mary A Masters, ofB. Seat tuns. In New Orleans 25th ult, veiy suddenly, Capt Stephen D Berry, of this city, late master of ship Harriet. In Sebattisville, 18th inst, Jacob Hill, Esq, aged 68.— He was one of the oldest members of tht Bar. of Lincoln County, recently County Attorney, and forn.erly Editor ol the Portland Advertiser. In Nantucket, Mrs Lucy D, wife of Samuel Woodward, formerly of this city, aged 87. In Hayneville, Ala, Mrs Lydia E, wife of Isaac H Stone, Esq, and daughter of David Jenks, of Thomaston. EASTERN TIMES m mu jouML.M PORT OF BATH. ARRIVED. Tuesday, May 25. CLEARED. Br bark Eleanor, Henzell, Richibucto, NB. Brig Boston, Torrey, Savannah. Br sch Willinm^Iayncs, Moncton. NB. Sch Geo Steers, Atkin, New Bedford. Wednesday, May 26. ARRIVED. Brig Thoosa, Stearns, Philadelphia via Por:smouth. Brig Wm Crawford, Brookings, New York. Sch Comer, Briggs, Boston. Sch Clifford, Getchell, Rockland. SAILED. Ship Arab, (new) Delano, Richibucto. Br bark Eleanor, Henzell, Richibucto. Thursday, May 20. ARRIVED. Brig Forester, Perkins, Boston. Br sch Julia, Anderson, St George, NB. Br sch Ori, McMullen, St John, i\B. Sch Planet, Snow, Boston. Sch Pres Jackson, O’Neil, Boston. Sch Mary Ann, Williams. Thomaston. Saturday, Mav 29. ARRIVED. Brig Thos F Knox, Smith, Savannah. CLEARED. Sch Albano, Pitcher, Waldoboro. Sunday, Mav 30. ARRIVED. Sch Eveline, Leeman, Boston. SAILED. Brig Ooemopolite, Witham, Norwich, Ct. Monday, May 31. ARRIVED. Sth Convoy, Allen, BosUtn. Sch William & Louisa, Witham, Salem. CLEARED. Br f.ch Julia, Anderson, St George, NB. Sch Mexico, Schoonbeck. l’arrsboro, NS. SAILED. Ship Hydra, Lunt,-. Sell Surveyor, Drew, Boston Sch Mary Ann, Buber, Boston. DISASTERS. Ship Chas Crooker, of Bath, at N York fm Havre, was in contact 19th nit, off Sable Harbor, with fishing sch Oregon, and carried away studding sail boom : the sch lost ii.aiutupmnst. DOMESTIC' PORTS. Boston-Ar 26th, sch Hibernia, McKetiney, and Flor ida. Wallace, Bath; Alice, Hallett, Fhipsburg ; Niagara, Call and Mary Adams, Perry, Gardiner ; Equal, Andrews' Rockland ; Dray, Duell, Wiscasset ; sloop Moses Eddy’, Hamlin, do. Ar 27th, bark William, (of Damarisco la) Bailey, Car denas. Ar 31st, schs St Marys, Oliver, Bath ; Albion, Robin son, DHmariscotta. Nexr York—Ar 26ili, ship Eva, Philbrook, Leghorn, schs Antilles, Ophir, O tario, I «i of OF, Richmond; Clarendon, Grace, Chesa|*eake, Senate, Gertrude Horton, and Marv Crocker, Rockland Ar 27th, brig Ocean Bird, Forop, Curacoa. Cld 28th, ship Sarah G Hyde, Lowell, Liverpool ; bark Baring Brothers, Cotter, H-.vana. Ar 29th, schs Rio Grande, Hix, Rockland ; Lamartine Eastman, Hallowell; Emily Winslow, do Ar 30th, Chas Crooker, Duncan, Havre (has been detain ed off Sand) Ilook since 28th) ; bark Jane Doten, Stock bridge, Remedios. Ar 30th, sells Enterprise, Harris, Westport; Eag.e, Rhodes ; Increase, Wines ; Juno, Blasdell.and Aid, Paul, Rockland. Ncxt Orleans—Coming up 18th, new ship Dirigo. fm Bath. Adv abt 14th, ship Sarah Purrington, for N York, pas sage only. Towed to sea 18th, bark Tenaro. Adv «!>■ aimtj ship Humphrey PurrHlglon. for Lisbon, sassage only Cid 22d, ships Rockawny, Preble, Liverpool; Zenohia [father, Havre ; J C Calhoun. Melclier, St Petersburg ; Naples, Duncan, New York; Vermont, Dins more, Bor leaux. Apalachicola—Ar 7th, brig Cushnoc, Lawry, New k’ork. Wilmington* NC—Cld 28th ult. brig Coral, Gib son, Bath. Charleston—Cld 22d, bark J J Halhorn, Biowp, Liverpool, and sld 23d. £ FOREIGN PORTS. Ttr steamship Cambria, at Poston. Ar at Liverpool 9th inst, Sarah & Louisa, McLellan, Baltimore; Adriatic, Snow, N Oilcans; Richard Morse Perry, New York ; 15th, Pelican State, Manson, New York. C d 10th, J P Harward, Andros, Charleston via New port, Eng. Adv, ships Houghton, New York 19th ; Richard Morse, do June 1 ; Torrent, Adriatic, Einma Field, do with des patch ; John Henry, for Philadelphia 26th ; Sewall, Mer row, for Baltimore 16th. Ent for Idg 9ih, Houghton, New York ; 13 h, Torrent, Prince, and Richard \torse, Perry, do. At .Vux Caves, abt 9th ult, brig Round Pond, Pierce, for Boston, 5 days. Per steamship Arctic, at New York. Glasgow—In port 11th ult, ship Statira Morse, Law ton, disg. Havana—In port 17th ult, T J Roger, Sprague, forfrt or cht ; Saxony, Melcher, and Reliech, Sawyer, unc ; bark Indian Queen, Drummond, for Hamburg, soon ; Mary Florence, Trott, for New York, do ; Henry Warren, Rnir den, frt or charter ; bark Yorktown, Springer, disg ; brig Cardiff, Melvillb, do. SPOKEN. May 16, lat 24 25, Ion 80 15, ship Old England, of Bath, fm N Orleans for Havre. May 18, lat 36. Ion 73 51, ship Tcmpost, 17 days from Mobile for Liverpool. Kcimchcc anil Portland Railroad. Summer Arrangements, Commencing June \st, 1852. Two through Trains each way between Boston, and Augusta. TRAINS LEAVE DAILY, (Sundays excepted.) as follows : Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at 5 lo a m. 12 45 and 7 45 p m. Leave Augusta for Portland and Boston at 5,30 a m and 12 45 p m. Leave Augusta for Bath, and Portland at 5 30 a m. 12 45 and 2 45 pm Leave Bath for Portland and Boston at 6,40 a M. and 110 pm. Leave Bnh foi Portland, at 6 40 a m, U0 and 4 30pm Leave Bath for Augusta ut 6 40 a m, and 1 40 and 6 20 p m. Through Tickets are sold between Angus:a, Ha Howell, Gardiner and Boston at S?2 50 Richmond. Bowdoinham and Boston at 2 25 Bath. Brunswick, Freeport and Boston at 2 00 Rockland, Thomaston and Boston at 3 75 Warren and Boston at 3 50 Waldnhoro and BtMion at 3 00 Dainariscotta and Boston ut 2 75 WUeakMl and Boston at 2 50 North Vassalhoro, China and Boston at 3 50 Belfast and Boston at 4 50 For funher information see handbills and Pathfinder Railway Guide. JOHN RUSSELL, Jr Superintendent. Portland, June 1, 1S52. 31 FURNACES. A LARGE assortment of FURNACES for healing Dwelling Houses, Stores, Churches and Halls. Having had many years ex* perience in the business, we think we can sell as good a furnace us can be had.nudpm it up in the best and safest manner. ALSO ON HAND Brick Furnaces, Of many kinds, Portable and Wood do. All of which will b* sold at 1 wholesale and retail by Willard Walker ft Co* »_ 50 Just Received. A LARGE lot of TEAS of different grades, in hal ** chests, will bo sold low by Jan 1,1852. 28 R R SMITH k CO. Ploughs! Ploughs!! | May Jl, 1851 SEVERAL different sixes of the O best Plouf h in Use, kept constant on hand end for sale by VT. WALKER * CO. Great Attraction ! OWEN A CO. are now receiving direct from N. York and Boston, and will offer at uupreced»nily low pri ce#, at the Granite Stork, all the varieties of Ladies-' Dress Goods suited to the season, such as La« ni, Berage DeLainea, Muslin*, Corded nod Checked Cambrics, &c. Also, Silk and Satin Visitea, Shawls,Parasol#, Gloves, Hose, Trimmings, &c., &c. Purchasers will do well to call and examine their sl0<*- Juiie2, 1852. City of Bath. In Board of Aldermen, May 19, 1852. ORDERED:—That tlie Quarantine Regulations be as follows, viz: on ami after the lOih day of June next, and until tbs 10th day of October next, n quarantine shall be had on all vessels,their officersj crews, passen gers and cargoes, on their arrival from any port where any contagious sickness prevailed at ihe time of their departure; ana on all vessels on honrJ of which any person shall have died, or have been sick with any con tagious disease during iheir homeward bound passage. No person shall lie allowed to go on board of or on shore from any vessel when on quarantine, without a permit from the hoarding officer. Vessels will anchor on ibe quarantine ground, opposite the South Steam Mill. . £7* Pilots will take notice of the foregoing regula tions and act accordingly. ... JOHN PATTEN, Mayor, w ILLIAM Torrey, City Clerk. Bath, June 1, 1852. 50tf City of Bath. THE inhabitants of the City nre hereby notified that Warrants have been issued for meetings in the sev eral Wards, to be held on Monday, the seventh day of June next, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon ; to give in iheir voles for a member of Congress in ihe fourth Con gressional District, to fill o vacancy occasioned by the death of the lion. Charles Andrews. late a member from said district. WM. TORREY, City Clerk Bath, June 1, 1832. 50 Commissioners’ Notice. WE having been appointed by the Judge of Probate for V the Couuty of Lincoln to receive and examine the claims of the creditors of Milton Mereen, lHte of Phips burg, in said County, deceased, whose estate is represent ed insolvent, give notice that six months commencing on the second day of February, A II 1652, have been allowed t" said cmlitors to bring in and prove their claims ; and that we will attend to the service assigued us at l ath, on April 22d and June 3d at the office of Washington Gil bert, and nt Parker’s Head, in Phipsburg, on March 25th, May 20th and July 15th at the Counting Room of James L Todd, at one o’clock of each of said days. Also, on the second day of August, at W. Gilbert’s of fice, Bath, at the same hour. Dated this third day of February, A D 1832. 3w35 jV.m5DP. | Fourth of July ’ IS coming, ami in order to Keep COOL, every Lady wants uFAN I have a Large assortment of Fans of all descriptions, prices ranging from 6 cems to 55,00. Please call and examine at T. II. G. A1 AUSTEN’S Jewelry store CALICOS. BEAUTIFUL assortment of PRIYTS, just received and for sale cheap at lire store of Bath, June 2. A B. BUTLER. Ginghams. ANEW lot of Lancaster ami Seotch Ginghams, just received and for sale cheap at the store of Bath, June 2, 1832. A. B. BUTLER SOLDI liR S’ LAM) WARRANTS BOUGHT BY JOHN II. KI1BALL, BATH, ME. 3m Office, •ppsaite the Elliot Houae. SO TRASK’S ALTERATIVE AND TONIC, For the Hair. THE value of this admirable preparation is too wel! known in this community lo need any' extended no tice or commemlat ion : urn! the proprietor feels iliai it is only necessary for him to call the attention of the public to ihe fact that for matting of the hair,hoariness, decoloration, baldness. Act, it bus no equal, and no one who prizes this useful au:l ornamental appendage of ihe head should he without it. For sale by ihe subscriber, at his shop opposite ibe Saguduliock House, and by Sawyer A Mae mm, Henry Hyde, Magouu A Stinson, and W. B Slearnp. P II TRASK. Bath. Apr 23, 1352. 45 SAGADAIIOCK CL IING AND OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE. Spring and Summer CLOTHING! At this Establishment is now selling at prices that offer unusual inducements to pur chasers. Those in want will find the great est variety of garments, unsurpassed in the style of manufacture and ihequulity uf mate rials, Iroin which selections may be made to suit ull classes of customers. A LARGE & RICH ASSORTMENT —OF— FURNISHING MIS! Aim gaps* BOOTS AND SHOES! TRUNKS ! UMBRELLAS !! And in fact, every article to suit the eonveni ence and comfort of the outward man. Also, a very large and splendid assortment of Boys’ Clothing ! The subscriber, in putting forth this n<l veriisement, would return his most sincere thunks to the public, mid the citizens of Bath in particular, for the very liberal patronage which they have seen fit to bestow upon him, and. feels determined to deserve in time to come a continuance of their favor. The Sa gndahock Clothing and Outfitting Warehouse has now been in operation for more than three years, and as the SYSTEM OF LOW PRICES Has succeeded beyond the expectation of the proprietor, he is induced to offer still great er inducements to the people, by providing Stock of the most fashionable order, to the amount of FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, • Which will be brought forward from time to time as the season shall advance, and which will he sold os above stated. It will he re membered that ai this establishment the low price system was in reality first carried into effect in Bath, in consequence of which many thousands of dollars has been and will be saveti to the community. Therefore, the people, one and all, are invited to call into the Sagadnliock, and see if these things are not so. Remember and come to the largest house in town. JOHN BALLOU. Bath, May 22, 1S52. 4‘Jtf Ice! Ice!! THE subscriber having laid in a -apply of dear ervs * lul Ice, will deliver ii at the residences of individu als, during: ihe season, until the 1st ol October, at the billowing prices 6 lbs daily for #3 ; or SI per month. 12 Jb< daily for So. . 20 lb* daily lor Fishermen and others supplied by the hundr.ed.or ton at reasonable prices. CHARLES T. GllEENLEAF. Bath, May 19, 1852. 48tf ROBINSON & BROTHER ARE happy to announce to the citizens of Bath and vicinity, that they have taken ib«* store formerly oc cupied by Locke At Mayers, where they will keep con stantly oh hand Oysters, Ice Creasss, Cnkes, Pastes, ConfecUeuary, So da Water, And everything pertaining to a well regulated Estab lishment. LADIES’ SAT.OON in second story, entrance from the street or store No gentierffen will he admitted lo ihe above unless accompanied With ladies. f?ENTLEMEN’S SALOON at the main entrance from the elieel. Families and partiee-of every kind furnished with Oysters, IceCreams, Cnkes in every- Variety, and all articles i it tbeir business at ekort notice. The subscribers have every facility fof manufactur ing articles as above specified, and with their experi ence, a close application to business, mid an eye to ex clusion nf everything tending to bring discredit upon their establishment or themselves. They trust that the citisens of Bath and vicinity will sustain them X OB IN* ON if BXOTHSX Bath, May 90,1893. |ftf Portrait Painting! SWIFT, THE ARTIST, Rb^fectfllly :m i unless to tin citizen* of Butfc, lluu lie hue luken Room, over \V. Hawthorn'. Store, Front Street, where he will lie happy m receive orderalrom any wlm may wi.h to putrouiZe hi. b.uuii ful style «»f painting. Specimen tuny pe *een at hi* room*. Painting* true to life from Miniatures. Peifcct sat* Ufaciion warranted. 4^ New Goods! AT HAYDEN’S, THE BEST and LARGEST assortment ever offered in Bath of JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, Of all kinds, SmT XflQXTXTMiBS, CARO CASES, And Fancy Goods Innumerable. —ALSO— Chronometers, Charts, and Nau tical Instruments. Now opening and for .ale it the very lowe.t rite, for cash or approved credit. Bath, May 1,18:2. tf4(} House Lots for Sale. MOEVERAL House Lot* on a new street run O ning from Russel to Centre atreet, are offer ed for sale at prices which cannot fail to auit 8AM’LLALLe^ Boots and Shoes. THb subscriber would lender i. his sincere thanks to his nu merous customers for the liberal patronage they have bestowed on him the past season, and he takes pleasure in informing them that [he has just returned with a large stock of Boots and Shoes. This stock has been purchased nrinrionlK' from th- ma.mr..A«n.. rrs, and will lie fold ai prices that cannot be beat, ma ny ariicle* being from ten to twenty per cent lower than formerly. Particular attention ia called to hi* stock of LADIES’ BOOTS, whicli embraces many kinds at prices from 92 cents to S‘2.00 Purchasers will find it for their interest to call and I examine this stock, and learn the prices, before buying elsewhere. J. W. ROBERTS. Bath, April 27, 1352. 45 J. D. YOUNG, M. D., ' ' Homceopathist, Bath, Me. Office corner of Front and Broad Streets. J. P. PAINE, M- D., Homoeopathic Physician, Newcastle and Damariscotta, Me. 1. J. FARNSWORTH. [Late Farnsworth & Brooks ] DEALER IK HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING! FURNISHING GOODS, -AND OUTF'TS: Of every description, UNION BLOCK, Front St., near head of Broad St., BATH. LARGE STOCK OF NEW GOODS. The subscriber having just receiver! the SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES of HATS, CAPS and CLOTH ING, is prepared to offer to the public by fnr the largest ami best selected stock of goods in his line ever before offered in this market, or on ihe Ken nebec river, and at prices as low as the LOWEST at any other market in Neiv England. In Clothing, Will be found at this establishment an ex tensive variety of all the different qualities and styles. Spring Fashions of Hats for 1852, Of New York and Boston manufacture, of every price and quality. Also. Fur and Wool KOSSUTH HATS, of all the differ ent kinds. CAPS—Men’s and Boys’, of the Iniest sijdes. FURNISHING GOODS, of every des cription, such a9 Shirts, Bosoms, Collars, Cravats, Stocks, Suspenders, Gloves, Ho siery, Sic.. For Seamen, Oiled Clothing, Flannel Shirts. Guernsey Frocks, Mattresses, Quilis, Blankets, Chests, Clothes Bags, Russia Caps, Sheaths anil Belts, Palms, and every other article necessa ry for the complete ouifii of ihe Fish- . ermnn and Seutuan. Rubber Goods, Umbrellas, &c. Those in want are respectfully invited to call and examine my goods at the well known “Bath Outfitting Warehouse.” A. J. FARNSWORTH, Ag’t. Bath, May 15, 1852. 6w48 Look ye ! Look ! ! A. B. BUTLER HAS juot received a fine selection of SUMMER GOODS, which will be sold very CHEAP for CASH ; among them may be found the following ar ticle* :— Cashmere Shawls, very choap, do do printed, new' styles, do do plain, Blk Silk Shawls, from #4,75 to #10, Blk Italian Silks, from 75 ct« to #l,75i do do do 1 yd wide, #1,25, Foulard Silks, some beautiful patterns, Colored do do do do, Poplins, very handsome. Plain and Figured Silk Tissue*, do do Jo Berages, Berage DeLaines, tome elegant pattern*, Lawns and Muslin*, in abundance, Scotch and American Ginghams, New Style Prints, American Prints, from 5 to 25 eta., PARASOLS —The beat assortment of Para sol* ever offered in thi* city, and will be sold *ery cheap. Full assortment of Missel’ Gloves and Ho siery, • do do Ladie* do do —AMO 10# prs Kid Glove*, at 62 1-1 ct», warranted perfect in every respect. Colored Silk Fringe* and l.aces, Gimp Trimming* and Braid* of many kinds, Edgings of all kinds. Wrought Edging* and Insertion* very cheap, Colored and White Linens, White Goods of nU kinds. Plain arid Striped Nankin*. Cloths for Summer wear. Bleached and Brown Cloth*, chesper than • i • «»er before. If our customer* will call and Mamin, oar foods, w» will warrant our prices to riv. oaths aaUafKttau. A B BI'TlSU, Not Kelly’* Mack. Opposite Bag adahoek, Bath. » ^ r ^======-33=———a Wanted. AN AMiremicelo lb* priatmg buai..,,. ,,_uj (his odice. Bath, April 14, 1*5* ARTHUR BROWN, ^AIMUitER, HAS removed to tlie spacious Loft over the store re ceutiy occapaJ by .Messrs. Magnau dtC'app, «n Ho Igkiiu' Wharf, \trh«re he will continue ilia Suil Ma king i*B<inc«s in a tirithfal and workmanlike manner, bath. April 5,1952. 3w42 Garden Seeds, A GOOD assortment for sale by April to, IS3-) M F. GANNETT. MARBLE WORKS, ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES, Ma-lc* of ilie best material, with all the varieties of forms and ornaments, also, Granite Monuments, Counter, Table Tops, and Soap Stone work, done to an it purchasers. TURNER A DAVENPORT, Opposite Commercial House, Cenlrs 3ireel, Balk, Me iy41 Uncle Tom’s Cabin. BY Mrs. H. Beecher Stowe. For sale at SAWYER k MAGOUN’S. i HUN TEN’S and Bertini’s Instruction Books, for the Pl ano Forte—B yer’s Preliminary School for the Piano Forte—Schneider’s Practical Organ School—Curtin’ Meth od, for the Guitar—Schneider’* and Corfe’s Thorough Baso and Harmony—Burrow’s and Forde’n Primmer*— 5000 Musical Terms—Flute, Violin and Accordenn In structors—together with a general assortment of Sheet Music, dec. Foi sale at the Bookstore of SAWYER & MAGOUN. 6. W. f.OKER, 12 2a OD Front St., Bath. Opposite the Elliot House, formerly occupied by Dr S Anderson. 44lf Iron Safa Warehouse, And .:epot ff»r the sale of UalPs new patent POWDER PROOF LOCKS, 25 Merchants' Row. MY Safe cammt be excelled in workmanship, or as a complete FIRE PROOF SAFE, by any made in this country. They will not injure BoV-c# or Papers by dampness The locks now used, ha' f a very small key and should be seen by every one, b. for,* [.urchasiog Safes having the lurge old fashion'd Key. O** Two of Wilder’s old Patent Safes, made by me. and for sale low. JOHN E WILDER, 3rnll 25 Merchants' Row, Boston. Removal. OWEN tc CO. have removed to the New Granite Store, next Sairadalioek House, where they will transact, os heretofore. a gcnen*l AUCTION AND COM.MISSION BUSINESS. Ont-door s ties promptly aiienued to. au lall business entrusted to their care - will receive their personal attention. (T7“* Liberal CASH ADVANCES on Merchandize of all sorts consigned for positive sale. II W Owen. J T Gilman. Bath. Apr 88, 1852. India Rubber Clothing. AT the Sagndahock Clothing and Outfitting Warehouso, a new article of Rubber Goods, consisting of Long and Short Coats, Pants, Lrggiiis, Traveling Bags, Ac., Ac. which will be sold at much reduced prices. These goods are warranted not to ciack or peel, in any state or cliinc, , ami an entire suit may be had for-the sum of $‘i,50, on application to the subscriber, at the Sagadahork. Bath, April 24 45 J. BALLOU. Great Bargains in Stoves, —AT THE— BATH STOVE FACTORY. WILLARD WALKER »V CO. would imorin the public that they will sell the balance of tlt*?ir stock in Stoves, consisting of about 87.000 worth of ail sizes and patterns at Cast, until the first of June. Those who wish to priK*ure a Stove very cheap will find it i«. their interest to call at tiie Jiatii Stove Factoiy. Bath, Feb 24 1952. 36 STUCCO WORK. Wm. A. Jenkins & Co., Plasterers and Stucco Workers. Whitener9 and White Washers and Fancy Colorers. PT7" Or lers left at Mitchell A. Low's, Front Street, or J. Wafc* fi^kl'*,Commercial Street, will receive prompt attention. Wm A. Jenkins, ly47 A. B. Colton. Sweeten up! A PRIME lot of Crushed, Powdered, Havana Brown, ijL New Orleans and Muscovado SUGARS, at Bath, Mai 15. EATON A SHAW’S. Appetites Sharpened ! \ FINE lot of Cucumber and Mixed Pickles, Nice Ci rV. der Vinegar. Prime Superior Mustard, Walnut and Tomato Ketchup, at EATON A SHAW’S. Bnth, May 16. IIerds Grass and Clover Seed, REDTOP Seed, Seed Oats, Barley, Teas, &c, for sale by A G PAGE. Read’s Cooking Range. T1I1& itrugc,—lor which the subscribers are sole ■ Agents in this city,—is beyond question the best ! article ever introduced into this community. .Many, 1 of them have already been sold in this vicinity, mud j they give perfect satisfaction. This Range has six boiler places, a large and effec tive oven, and a superior arrangement lor Roasting, equal to anr afforded ai an open fire. Its advantages over a common cooking stove are many and important. “ . MONROE & GOODRICH. Bath, May 27. Wilbur’s Compound of Pure Cod Liver Oil AND LIME. Cure for Comumption, Cough*, Colds, Asth ma, General Debility, and all Scrofu lous Humors. THE proprietor has succeeded (from direct ions of Pro. lessor Stotie)in combining the Oi! and Lime so per fectly ihnt the taste <»f the oil, which is so nauseous to persons generally, is entirely overcome, and tt can be taken by the most dedicate females with pleasure. And as regards the benefit of this article over the clear oil, the following case by Professor Stone, is sulficieitC to convince the most skeptical. The young lady was 24 years ofage: “ Her disease was one of unmtxed phthisic, which had been expected to terminate in the course of a few mowih* fatally. The upper purl of both her lungs wns filled with tubercle#} ami in some cases were beginning tosr-fieu. The cn*e. was evidently a had on#. The treatment of Cod Liver Oil was at first used, hut with out marked improvement, The phosphate of Litne was then administered with the oil, and the result, as in the case of many others, wns soon apparent- The patient was rapidly getting well.1’ Manufactured only by Alex’r B. Wilbor, Chemist, 156 Court St. Boston. Be sure and get the genuine of As G. PAGE, Sole Agent for Bath and vicinity epis3m43 COLLINS & BATTIS, manufacturers or 03 X2 0£> £X2 053 » From foreign and Domestic Tobacco, ats • dealers in Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Sniff, it., Marii.n’, ffaildinz, opposite Sogadahock Houaa, BATH, MB. The above articles will b« sold wholesale and retail at the lowest cash prices. Order# from abroad prompt ly attended to. 47tf DR. NOURSE HAS removed to Pearl Street, 2d boose west of Captain Parker’s. Office as heretofore, opposite the flaga dahock House 4etf A stier to Veters. TIB A*e«e*nr*Af this city, hanrinz been directed tr re rife Ihe Vttmg LUtt hi the eererel Ward* In the eitv aaeoouu practicable; hereby reOUedaU the Uga Mlera in the city, to hand in '.heir name* and the num her of the Ward iheyreaide to to tin W. Hovoamr, j Bath Bath, -Vay St, 1SS9. Cw« » "• Superior Coach, Furniture and Polishing Varnish. F>R sale by the subscriber, at bis shop on the e#r uer of Washington and Centre Street* Sign and Carriage Painting, Gilding, Graining, Ac. Balh.Junc ♦, 1651. 8.C.SAWYER removed! , *. ». vraxxaat H^iSSflWs SAIL LOFT from Tallmaa’a Wharf • i“e Loft at the head of MaLeUan’a Wharf— where he will be happy ,a ****!** the calls and ordci a of his old customers and u many new ones as have a salad to come. Baih.Jforck 17, IBM. Mlf Extra Quality Potash, P)R the manufacture ef family 8 ap, Rotin 8al Bode Ac, or sole by AO* PAGE. * On Hand ! THE beat aaaortment of Haas esses ever offered is vMa city. Call and purchase. THOft. EaTON, Ja. Bath, April 14, 1852. Cw4t Tamarinds, Jellies, Preserves, /'IRaN BERRIES, Oranges, Lemons, Sardines, Prunes* \J Olive Oil, Ext Lemon, Ext Vanilli, Cround Safa, Bummer Savory, Ac ; Ground Pumpkin, Extra Figs, I ring I an*, Moss, Ycaat, Cocoa of all kinds, Ac, for sale a the City Market ty AG PAGE, i—— From New York. JUST received, a splendid assortment of Ladies' and Gentlenu n’s Carpet Bags j Satchels, for School Chil dren ; also, Trunks of every variety of style and conve nience, for travelling, packing Ac. Front, corner Elm Street. THOMAS EATON, J*. Bath, April 14, 1852. 6w48 Springs and Axles. A GOOD variety for Wagons, Buggyt Ac ; also. Bolts, Steps, and all sorts of Maieable Iron, used for car riages. THOMAS EATON, J*. Bath, April 14, 1852. Cw43 NEW GOODS! THE subscriber has juai received a large assortment A of fresh FAMILY GROCERIES, which* in addi tion to his former stock, comprises one of the largcal in the city, among which are Old Hyson TEAS, Oolong Teas* Young do do Ninyung.do Souchong do. Old Gov’t Java COFFEE, Pernambuco Co She, Rio do Si Domingo do. Dutch Crushed SUGAR, Powdered Sugar, St Croix do Porto Rico do 1 Havana do. — Lard—Codfish—Rice—Cask and Box Raisin* Cur#> runts—Burning Fluid, extra quality—Bar Soap—Mo lasses—and all other articles usually kept in a Grocery Store. To be sold at the lowest price# for cash. R. R SMITH. Opposite the bagudukock House. Bath. June 25.1651. Ilf NEW GOODS. ^ NEW and WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT Boots and Shoes, Just received from the Manufacturers, for sale CHEAP by J. H. NICIIOLS. Bath, April 21, 16"2. 44 Carriages OF every description and the be*t styles, will be furnished by the subscriber, at his shop on Front St. at the lowest Boston prices. May 20.1852. 49 THOS.'EaTON, JR. Seed Peas, VN early variety—for .-ale by April 10,1352 M. F. GANNETT. House Papers. 1 LARGE and beautiful assortment of House Paper /V. just received at SAWYER * MAGOUN’S Booksiore. Carriages for Sale. "■PHE subscriber has lor sale one good new Family 1 covered Carriage , also one new Wagon. May 26 49 THOS. EATON, JR. Spring Style Hats! JUST RECEIVED AT FISHER’S Notice. JN. SMITH would take this method to inform the • public that he has taken Mr E B I.each, an a partner with him in his business ; and the business in futura wiU be conducted under the name of Smith dr Leach SMITH A LEACH Will carry on the business of House and Ship Fainting, Glaring, Paper Hanging, 6cc. at the old strait of John S Smith, Haley's Block, Front St. All work entrusted to their care will be done in a faith ful and workmanlike manner. A share of public patron age is respectfully solicited. J N SMITH, E B LEACH. Bath, March 23, I8'2. 4jjf NEW BAKERY. Janies V. Monroe & Co., RESPECTFULLY inform ihe inhabitants of Bath thm they have recently fitted up a bakery on Front, near Ce.lar St., where may be found constantly on baud a supply of Pilot Bread, Hard anil Soft Cracker*, White and Brown Bread, Pantry, &c , Ac. PT7" Brown Bread, fresh t/om the oven, furnished to families every morning Levels and Parlies furnished at short notice. Or ders strictly attended to. Bath. April 7. 1852. 3m42 HARDWARE. CHAMBERLIN A FELLER, 21 Merchants’ Row, Boston, YJlTOTTLD invite the attention of dealers in Hardware IV Goods to tlieif Stock, wifn fall confidence that they rail exhibit as good an assortment and as favorable prices as any firm in this city. Our stock comprisesmil the leading U trdtvar-: G >ods manufactured in England I and Germany, watch are regularly imported by ua I also a full assortment of AMERICAN HARDWARE. ! C. *V F are agents lor D# Tnfl Sc Son’s Saylhe* and Axis* a full stock of which they keep constantly on hand. 3in40 Early Kising! TIP-TOP Cream Tartar, Soda, Sslenrtus and Yeast Pow 1 der, at EATON 6c SHAW’S. Bath. May Id. 4Stf PAPER HANGINGS. A LARGE assortment of HOUSE PAPER—soma new and beautiful patterns—just receive*;front ffiw York, and for sale nt very low prices. At the old stand of Morrison & Thornton. Z. T. THORNTON. Bath. .\ta y 111653. %w47 JIJST Ft BUSHED A.ND FOR SALE BT HENRY HYDE, Opposite the Sayadnhock House, Allen’s Rural Architecture, Queechy, by the author of Wide, Wide World, Thorpe, by Wm. Mountford, Lyra, and other Poem*, by Alice Cerey, Xirwan’s Letters to Chief Justice Taney, Madeline, by Julia Kavanagh, Tales and Traditions of Hungary, by Pultky, The Hawadji of Syria, Braces Hungary in 1851, Mark Seaworth, a tale of the Indian Ocean. The Desert Home, Ixton, and other Poems, by Hubbard, The Household of Sir Thomas Moore, May Martin, &c., Ac. Bath, .Vay 13, IS53.__4? Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have tfiia day formed a copartnership * for the purpose of transacting a mercantile buaiueaa, under the name and Arm of “ Eaton & ShaW.” thos. Eaton, Bath, Map 12, 1853. FRED. B. BIIAW. E. A S. have taken the etote lately occupied by MeMra Owen * Co, where they will keep constantly on hand a choice selection of West India Goods —AND FAMILY GROCERIES, and wonld be happy to receive tha patronage of their friends in this city and vicinity. Closisg op, and sellisg #ff at Cost, AT HARVEY’S, NO. t HARVEY’S BLOCK, “ TO close the concern. He will sell nit .lock, consist. ing of Hale, Capa, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Ac.. Ac , et cost for 30 days. All those indebted to the shove or to 8. W. Harvey A Co., are i(quested to make payment immediately and save cat. K7* Store No. 1 Harvey1* Block to let, •oeeeasicn given in 30 da vs Both, May M,18M. 3w<9 Marias and firs INSURANCE. , TH< Fitnui Muisi in Ftaa C*h A of New York, wilk a brtuch at Worcester, r Mas*, havtni I Hpllll, tHUifrnrMilj invested, ot I300]000) I wih take Marin* Of Fire Bisks el rseeoaekte rassi Policies imed on applies.,»* ’ Batk, «fay 33, t*W. tl *■'’ «•