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Horrid Case of Cruelty.
Mrs. Ellen Stafford, who resided in the rear of No. 3 Lancaster Street, Boston, w as found dead in her bed on Monday morning, 4th inst., and from the marks and bruises which were found upon her person, it was thought proper that an inquest should he held. The particu lars in the case,—as we learn from the Trav eller,—are these:— Her husband, John Stafford, a carpenter by trade, commenced striking and abusing her, while in a state of intoxication on Fri day, Sept. 24th, which lie continued through Saturday and Sunday, during the night as well ns the tiny, kicking her ill varous parts of her body and striking her with great vio lence. On one of these days, she received a blow from his foot in the abdomen, which was probably the cause of her denth. Her right arm was covered with bruises, received in defending her head from his cruet blows. He would drive her from one room to another, suffering her neither to sit or to lie upon the bed, or have a moment’s respite from his brutal assaulis, while her circumstances were such ns to require from bint the tend crest care .and sympathy. He would not allow her to eat anything or cook anything for the children. He continued this course till Sunday evening ihe 20th, when Ihe neighbors be coming alarmed lest lie should murder her, called on a watchman at 10 or 11 o’clock, who look him to ihe watch-house, and the next day he was sent io the House of Cor rection. lie remained ihere 3 or 4 days, when bis employer, needing his services, paid ihe fine and he was released. He im mediately commenced his brutal assaulis up on her, and continued them till the night she died. The neighbors represented her to have been a good wife and mother, and a quiei temperate and inoffensive woman, giving bins no provocation for bis brutal cruelties. There are six children, ihe eldest 14 years and the youngest 14 months. Mrs. Eagan, a poor widow woman, with very slender means, residing in ihe same building, has ta ken them into her room, till some provision can be made for them. The infant is sick, lias wasted away, and needs careful nursing. Hannah the eldest child, is an interesting girl. She has been kept at school and is quite intelligent. Her testimony yesterday at the Coroner’s Inquest, was given with a readiness, fluency, consistency and apparent correctness, rarely to he witnessed, of most of her father's cruellies and suffering in her own persou from violent blows of her father. She is very delicate in her appearance, and must have endured much, from nervous ex citement and fright for two or three weeks past. She needs sympathising friends, and deserves to lie removed from her present as sociations, and placed under those congenial to her character and deserts. The jury returned a verdict that her death was caused by blows, kicks and injuries wil fully and maliciously inflicted upon her head and body by her husband, John Stafford, on the 25th and 2Gth days of September last jiast, and at divers other times, from which injuries she suffered and languished until the 4th day of October, when she died. Later from Europe. The Franklin arrived at New York on Monday, Oct 11. England. There is no political news of importance. The American Guano expe dition to the Lobns Islands was creating considerable uneasiness amongst the dealers in Guano and the Peruvian bond holders. Fears of a collision were entertained. The London Times of the 23tli ult. contains an article on the sutiject, condemnatory of the proceedings of Mr. Webster, anil expresses a conviction that the Peruvian Government will be able to beat off or capture the whole of the merchant vessels engaged in the ex pedition, unless the naval squadron of the United States should interfere to prevent it. Queen Victoria bad not returned from Scotland. France. Tbe Paris journals are princi pally occupied with chronicling the progress of the President through the Southern de partments at Grenohle, Avignon ami Mar seilles. The President was received with the most extravagant outward demonstra tions of joy. Beneath all this current of po pular rejoicing, however, there are plain in dications of secret dislike ami hatred to his rule. This is proved hv the dicovery of a well planned conspiracy to assassinate the Presi dent at Marseilles, where a formidable infer nal machine placed in a house on the street through which Louis Napoleon was to pass the next day, was seized by the Police. Highway Robf.ry.—A high handed rob bery was commuted in the town of Cum berland in ibis county, on Friday afternoon last. A man was enticed by fair words, into afield, by a fellow who then tried to induce bis victim to drink from a bottle be carried «ii bis pocket. Failing in ibis, be fell upon him unawares, and beat him about the bead with a heavy club be carried, till tbe poor tnan, was wounded so sadly as to draw pity from all beholders. Mr. Sturdivant, who assisted in having ihe ruffian caught, des cribes it as pitiful indeed to see bow tbe poor mail's bead anil face and jaws were brusied and broken. He then robbed him of two fitly dollar gold pieces, which be bad ob tained in ibis ciiy, tire knowledge of which bad no doubt induced ihe iiifiiau to follow Slim out and assail him. The helpless man was found in .Mr. S's field, ami cared for by physicians and others. Saturday morning, Mr. Sturdivant come into the cily, and put the Ciiy Marshal on tbe seem, and in an hour or two, tbe fellow was caught. One of the gold pieces was fouuJ upon him—the other be bad exchanged, and witli a part ol it bad put on a new suit of clothes. His name is stated to be Getchell, of Woolwich. This bloody deed ranks high in the calender of crime, and will change Mr. Getchell’s lo cation frum Woolwich to Thomnsioo, for a long series of years.—Argus. Body Found. On Tuesday, Oct. 5th, Cormier Daniel William, of Richmond, held an inquest «ii the body of a man found float ing in the Rennebac River, near Uoudlett’s wharf. He was apparently 23 to 30 years of age, abom 5 feel and 9 inches in height, and had dark brown hair, lie was dressed in a black and blue checked jacket, brown woolen vest, striped cotton shirt, woolen under shirt, dark satinelt pants, black silk cravat, and slippers. lit bis pocket was found a bill of cluiliing from Oliver & Drew to William Simons, and dated South Yarmouth, Sept. £, 1851. Verdict, accidental drowning.— Argus. Race of Ci.iiti;rs from Canton.—A Liver pool paper says : ‘Great interest has been excited from the fact that five of the most celebrated clippers, (wo English and three American, are now on (heir wav to this port and the port of Lon don, with cargoes of tea. Though the times of starting differ, there will be opportunity sufficient afforded for testing tbe respective merits and qualities of ihe craft. The Chrysolite, for Liverpool, and the Storn away, for London, both English, sailed on ihe 4th of July. The Surprise and the Challenge, ht London, nnd the Race Horse, for Liverpool, (all American,) sailed on the 15th July. We may add that not a few wag. era are pending the result.’ Railroad Accidents.—A despatch from Concord, N. U., reports a terrible disaster on the Montreal railroad, near the Weirs, on Thursday. An extra, train with passengers from the steamer Dover, bound to the Agricul tural Show at Meredith, tun imo another extra train, fiilled with passengers, killing six, and wounding from 12 to 16 others dangerously. Among the killed and wounded the following names are given , John II. Smiih of Dover, Clerk of Strafford County Courts; Mr. Rob erts and child, of Holderness; Mr. McDuffee of Alton; Mr. Edgerly of Tufionboro’.— A mong those dangerously injured were Sanborn CV Carter of Ossipee, Registenr of Probate in Carroll County, who is reported to have since died ; Tbos. W. Mordougii, Esq., of Wakefield, had both legs broken.— Traveller. Well done, Connecticut! Hie town elections were held in Connecticut on Monday ot last week, frist year the Dem ocrats made large gains. Hut this year they have gained on last. According to a list of the towns published in the Hartford Times, the Democrats have made a net gain of ten towns from last election! The Times says “ whiggerv is no-wherc." Good. The whig papers strained every nerve and conjured the whigs to turn out every man, “for every town you gain from the enemy will be hailed as a Scott victory, and an omen of suecess.”— Hut it seems the omen rather foreshadows a Scott defeat. We say again, well done Con necticut—a jewel of a state—and as sure as sunrise for Pierce and King on the second day of November. Shocking.—On Sunday afternoon an Irish man and his wife left iheir home in Maverick Street, East Boston, leaving upon a straw bed on the floor, an infant child. In about two hours afterwards they both returned, in a state of intoxication, and found their child burnt to death. Sweet .Potatoes —Sch. West Falmouth, just arrived at this port, from Virginia, brings a cargo of genuine sweet potatoes. Those of our readers who wish fora superior article will find this an excellent opportunity to supply themselves. The schooner, now lying at Ferry Wharf, will remain but one day only. E An interesting and abje address to the democracy of this city, was 'delivered at the City Hall on Thursday evening last, by Hon. Moses McDonald, of York. Florida. The democrats have elected their governor, member of congress and a majority of the legislature. State Elections in Pennsylvania and Ohio took place on Tuesday. A little less than three weeks to the election. Mechanics’ Pierce & King Club. Regular meetings of this Club arc to be held at Granite Hall, every Friday evening. All Democrats in the city are respectfully iuvited to be present. Arthur Brown, Sec. O5* Solomon said once, “ihcre is nothing new un der the sun.” It is very evident that he had never heard of the Balm of Thousand Flowers, which is so wonderful in effect in removing tan, Ac., from the I complexion Sold by Sawyer A Magou.v and Wit. B. Stearns. Beware of Imposition. The greater the value of an v discovery, the higher it is held in the esteem of the public, and so much in proportion is that public liable to be imposed upon by ilie spurious imitations of ignorant, designing and dis honest n or. who. like the drone in the hive, have neither the ability nor inclination to think or provide for themselves, but thrive and luxuriate upon the earn ings of the deserving. The extraordinary success attending the use of Dr. Witsnr’s Balsam of Wild Cherry in diseases of the lungs, and the many singular cures it lias effected, have 11:1111 rally attracted the attention of many ph ysicians, as well as the whole fraternity ofquucks—and caused un princi pled counterfeiters and imitators to pmin off spu rious mixtures, of similar name and appearance oft lie genuine Bil«am. Some are called “Syrap of Wild Cherry and T:tr,r “Cherry Syrup. ' “Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry,” ‘‘Wild Cherry Comfrey,” and sundry other compounds ; to which they attach a long string of puffs." But of such nostrums we know nothing. It is Wjaiur'a I hi I.-am of Wild Cherry alone that per forins the cures Let them not deceive you. Remember the original and only genuine Wistar’s Balsam ot Wild Cherry always bear-- the written sig nature of I BIT 1’ PS on the outside wrapper. Address all orders to the General Agent, Seth W Fowle Boston, Mass. ' 4wl6. Neglected Colds. A solemn word to young and old— Death thrives front 11 \-jgbvi—t coltl' A Cough may lie the knell of fate, Death smites when sick men hesitate. The serious symptoms of disease Grow to tie tatnl by degret s; Then sufferer, ere too late it be, Try Dr. Rogers’ remedy, ’Twill clear the Langs, relieve the Throat, And prove a sovereign antidote (S.i cry ten thousand thousand longues.) In all diseases of the Langs. OATTIdN.—None zenuine unless there is on the buff wrapper, a note of h tnd, signed with a pen, by A I. SCOVILL A Co. FOR SALK. wholesale and retail.by A.L. SCO VII,I.A CO. Proprietors at their Frinripal I) pot, liOTUlC II ALL, No. 'lUi, Dro i/tony, New turk,to whom all orders for the Me liefhe. and letters relating to agencies.should be addressed, post-paid. ALSO, for sab-in Rath, by A. G. Pngeand John Mathews? Waldobnro. by M \| Kuwson; Duina riscotia. Dana. .1 r ; Brunswick, Win Baker: F. S. Lit'lefield. Topshani PIIICK In large bottles,81,00. or six bottles for 85 lii l'hipsbtirg, Sunday Iasi, by N. C. Reed, Esq. Mr. George Purrington to Miss Mary Jane Paul. In Bristol, b\ Rev. John Bachelder. Mr Abel Goss, of Rnxtmry, Mass to Miss Sarah W. Hastings, of B. In Richmond, on Mondav evening last, by Ezra Abbott, Esq. Mr. Joseph 1). Springer, of Ri« hmond, to Miss Har riet Bishop, of iiarpswell. In Faimiugdale, Sir Charles Jones of Damariscolta, to Miss Elizabeth Curtis. In Edgecomb, Mr. Win. Gould of Boston, to Miss Helen M. Merry In Da nariscotia, Capt. Ambrose Childs to Miss Lucre tin McClure, both of Bristol. In Bremen. Mr John A. Richardson to Miss Nancy E. Lane. In Washington, Mr James S. Davis to Mrs. Margaret Crouch both of Rockland. fit Iu this city, 7th inst,.of consumption, Mrs. Rachel S. wife of CilXBLEs Crookci, Esq., aged 55. She was a firm believer in the doctrines of evangelical rel'giou—and ill her last illness was remarkably sustained by the con solations of th it gospel which she had so long professed. And, though the messenger of death came in the midst of greit usefulness, in the very meridian of life,and with the most flattering prospects, she was perfectly resigned to her situation—and awaited her filial dissolution w ith a calmness and composure becoming the Christian.—Com. In this city, 6th inst, Miss Marie A Harlow, aged 11 years. ^ In this city, 7th inst, Lucy A Smith, aged 22. Iu this city, 7th inst, David D Kent, aged 24 years and 6 months. Iii Roxhury, 1st inst, Mrs Nancy, wife of Mr Joshua Sampson, formerly of this < ity, aged 72. At French CorrelT, Yuba River, Califom a, Aug 2, Mr John T. Ham, of this city, aged 36. In Casiine, deeply regretted, Charles Atherton, l'sq. aged 6'i lie was one of the most accomplished mer chants in Maine. EASTEKN TIMES m Mini'll! JOHItML. m POUT OF BATH. ARRIVED. Thursday, Oct 7. CLEARED. Brig Wanderer, Mooers, Barhadoes. Saturday, Oct 9. ARRIVED. Sch Mas.sasoit. Joues, Boston. Sell Aiulr w Jackson, Fierce, Rockland. Sch Franklin, Turner, Boston. CLEARED. Ship Pauline, (new, 475 tons) Colburn, St Stephens, N B. Sch Mary Aim, Jewett, I* E Island, NS. Sch Attakapas, Wait, Franklin, La. Sch Mary Jane, Elkin, Si John, NB. Monday, Oct 11. SAILED. Brig Wanderer, Moores, Cuba. Sch Waurville, llawes, Potomac. Sch Evelina, Lceman, .New Haven. Sch Geo Davis, Wildes, Haverhill. ISch IIvia*, Snow, Boston. Sch Dove,-., Boston. Sch Curlew,-, Boston. Tuesday, Oct 12. ARRIVED. Sch Hellespont,-, Philadelphia. So r.*“’ Faimouth, Bar otv. Va. bch Cashier,-, Rockland. disasters. lafrenorta ahaS™n b,e£i.re reP"rlr'1 »t New Orleana 1st, reports a nurrn.ane 13th ult, Int 30*'' inn 72 1 run Sir «* asjars DOMESTIC PORTS. Boston—Ar8ih,ach Good Hope,Fletcher, Fhipsburir sch Corinthian, Cheney, Gardiner; sch Convoy, Allen’ Bath. Ar 9lh, »chs Orbit, Levcnsaler, Waldoboro; Effort, Humphrey, Phipsburg. Cld tjtli, ships Josephine, Bornholm, 9t John NB; bark Isnardon, Benj Adam*, Mobile. Ar 11th, brig Rio Grande, of Bath, Tarbox, Pliiladel ^Ar 12th, sch Flying Cloud, Clifford, Damafiscotta. New Vork-Ar 7th, ship Champlain, Woodward, Bristol, E Sid 7th, ships Saratoga, G F Pa’ten, and Victoria; bark Mary Varney. New Orlefcaii—Adv l»i, ship Sarih Purrington, Mtlchar, for Boston, large part cargo engaged. Pensacola—Cld prev to 25th, bark Geo D Smouse, Jameson, Jamaica JnrliMoisville—Cld 21st, brig H W Moncure, Curtis, New York. Key Weal—lu port 24lh ult,brig Brownsville, Rog ers, wig. Baltimore—Ar 8th, soli Benjamin Franklin, Loud, Bath. iv ’ Ar 9th, brig II W Moncure, Curtis, Jacksonville ; schs Ceil Cans him! Pearl, Uocklnntl. Cld 9th, kfii, s Silas Leonard, Basset, St Stephen ', Tem pest, Fulton, New Orleans. Charlesiou—In the oiling 3d, ship Arlington, Ryan, fm Liverpool. Wilmington, ~SG—Cld 2d, brig Eagle, Evans, W Indies. Philadelphia—Cld 5th, sch Ophir, Baker, Fall River. FOREIGN PORTS. [Per Steamship Asia.] Ar at Liverpool 86th ult, ship Harriet Augusta, Trott, New Orleans. Ent for Idg at Liverpool 21st, Houghton, Doaue, New York. Ar 23d, J C Calhoun, Melcher, New York. Sid fm Deal 22d, United Stales, Chism, Newport, E and New York. OITthe Lizard 22d, Richard Morse, Perry, fm N York for Loudon. Sid fin Bremerhavea 20th, Eva, Philbrook, N Orleans ; Hannah Crooker, Brcwn,-. Sid fm Cadiz 11th, Princeton, Puge, Bath. Gibralter—In port 18ih, Sheffield, Lewis, fm Leghorn for Boston. Cronstadt—In port 15th, Ophir, Wood, 'or New York, Idg; Maz itlan, Macl on, unc.j Glenburn, Sampson, aud Waltham, lloudleite, line. Quebec—Cld 5th, ship Sarah & Louisa, Hen lerson, Liverpool. SPOKEN. No date, lat 35*. Ion 75, bark N W Bridge, from Sa vannah for Boston; Kniuebrc and Portland Railroad. | Two through Trains each way between , Boston anil Augusta. Fall Arrangements, Commencing October 4th, lljp2. TR AINS LEAVE DAILY, (Sunday* excepted,) as follows : Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at 5 45 a m, 1 and 7 45 p m. Leave Augusta for Portland and Boston at 5,30 a m and 11 45 a M. Leave Augusta for Bath, and Portland at 5 30,11 45 a M, and 2 45 p m Leave Bath for Portland and Boston at 0.40 a M. and 12 40 p M. Leave B**th for Portland, at G 40 a m,12 40 and 4 30pm Leave Bath lor Augusta at G 40 a m, and 1 50 and 8 80 p M. 'Fhu 5 30 and 11 45 a m trams from Augusta, ahd the G40a Maud 12 40 i* m iruints from Bath, connect at Portland with the trains from Portland to Boston and Lowell. The land 7 45 p m trains frem Portland, connect with the trains leaving Boston at 7 a jm. and 2 30 i* M. Passengers tor liie -East' arriving in either of the above trains from Boston, will take the cars of this road at the junction of the ‘Boston Road’at Cape. Eliz abeili, and proceed directly on without delay in Port land. Through Tickels are sold between Augusta. 11 a Rowel I, Gardiner and Boston at $2 50 Richmond, Bowdoinham ami Boston at 2 25 Bath. Brunswick, Freeport and Boston at 2 00 Rockland, Thomastnn and Boston at 3 75 Warren ami Boston at 3 50 Waidohoro and Boston at 3 00 Damariscoltu and Boston at 2 75 Wisonsset and Boston at 2 50 North Vassalboro, China and Boston at 3 50 Belfast and Boston at 4 50 For further information see handbills and Pathfinder Railway Guide. E. C. H YDE, Superintendent. $200 reward! VUE WARD of two hundred dollars will he paid to any ;>ers<m who will produce evideuce sufficient to con vict the person or persons who recently cut, and other wise maliciously injured Fire Engine No 3, and the hose and buckeGi belonging to the same. By order of the Board of Aide. men. JOHN PATTEN, Mayor. Oct 2._ _ _3wl7 NEW GOODS, “ JUST received at the Sagndahock Clothing and Outfit ting Warehouse, a very large and well selected slock of FALL AMI WINTER CLOTHING. Gentlemen who are in want in this line of Goods, w 11 find it to theii advantage by cal ing in at the Sagadahock, as goods are sold here at the very lowest rates. A good assortment of Boys? Clothing Ibmls and 8hi>ca, Hats and Cm; s, Furnishing Goods, Tiunks, Umbrellas, 4c, all of which will he sold at prices which slisll give perfect sat isfaction. 17tf JOHN BALLOU. New Fall Goods ! THE subscribers have just returned from N Yorb, with a large stock of rich ami desirable Fall Lry Goods, Consisting of Thibet*, of every shade ami price ; Cash meres of every shade ami price ; all wool M Del.allies, a large asso mient ; French Prints, English and American do. Bleached and Brown Sheetings, Tickings, Ac. The above goods have been bought for cash, and will be sold cheaper than ever. Please call and look, at the New Granite Store. Oct y, 1352. 17 OWEN A CO. BAY STATE Long and Square Shawls. 'T'HE subscribers have just received a large assortment of Wool Shawls, some entirely new patterns, to be sold cheap at the Granite Store. OWEN A CO. One more Lot of Jtlankcts. VOW opening a large assortment of Twilled Blankets, i' for sab* cheap at the Granite Store. Bath,Pel 9, Jr 2. 17 OWEN A CO. An Ordinance To regulate the tale of Wood and Bark. Be ii ordained by the City Couueil of the city of Bath, as follows, to wit; Section 1—No person offering fir sale in tliiscity, any Fire Wood or Bark shall receive compensation lor the same until it shall have been measured by a duly appointed and qualified measurer, and he shall have obiained trout said measurer a certificate of measure iii'-iit .stating the quantity contained in the load or par cel by Iiiiii offered lor sale, under penally of ihe forfeit ure of the wood io the city, which shall be sold accord ing to law, and the proceeds applied to the fund fertile support of the poor. Section 2—All Fire Wood exposed for sale in this city shall be well and closely packed in such a manner that ihe measurer can satisfy himself of the contents beyond a reasonable doubt, ami a cord sh.ul consist of one hundred and twenty-eight cubic feet, due allowance being made for defective wood and bad stowage. Section :l—There shall he appointed annually, in the mouth of March, or as soon after as conveniently' may lie, by the Mayor ami Aldermen, one suitable person for Measurer of wood and bark, and a suitable number of Assistant Measurers, whose duty it shall he to act under the direction of, and assist ihe measurer, by whom they* shall be nominated to the appointing power, ami who shall lie held answerable for their official acts. The measurer and assistants, when appointed, shall be sworn to the faithful discharge of the duties of their respective offices. Section t—The measurer of wood and bark, or eith er of his assistants, shall receive for services rendered, six cents per cord, and six cents for each load or parcel containing less than one cord, the fee to be paid by the seller, and re paid by the purchaser. Section 5—The measurer and assistant measurers shall hold their offices for the terra of one year, or until oihers are appointed nml qualified to succeed them, un less previously removed by vote of the City Council; and in case of iheir removal by death or otherwise, the Mayor and Aldermen shall immediately proceed to fill the vacancy for the remainder of the term; and each person so appointed shall deliver to thedriver or person having care of the wood or bark, for each load or par cel lie may measure a ticket signed bytlie measurer or assistant, certifying the quantity' the load or parcel contains, written or printed, in words at length, with name of the driver or person having the care of said wood or ha/k, and the town m which lie. resides, and the sai l measurer or assistant measurers shall keep an accurate record of every ticket by them issued, in a book to he furnished ai their own expense, for that purpose : ami said measurers shall on the first Monday in March, annually, make a report to the Mayor ami Aldermen.(which report shall contain ihe doings of the assistants) of the numbers of cordsof wood and bark measured during the preceding year; and for the vio lation of any of liie provisions of this ordinance, he shall forfeit and pay for each offence, not less than one nor more than five dollsrs. section 6—11 shall be the duly of the measurer and bis assistants to have an office a i some convenient place, where they may be found, ready to attend to their ap propriate duties; and also to ascertain, if practicable, whether any wood or bark is sold in the city without legal measurement, and in such cases to prosecute for the recovery of the penalty or forfeiture provided for in tins ordinance. Tii Common Council. October G, 16 >2. This ordinance having had two several readings, passed to be ordained. JOHN fJAYX)KNi. President. In Board of Aldermen, October 6,1852. This ordinum-e liaviug had two several readings, passed to-be ordaifiecf. JOHN PATTEN, Mayor. German Worsteds & Embroideries Just received at the Store of A. B. BITIiKR. SINGLE and double Zephyr Worsteds, a fine selec tion of shades, and will be sold at reduced prices. Bath, Oct 6, 1852. 16lf Linen Goods. OWEN A CO. have lust received an extensive assort ment of fine linen Table Coveis. Towelling, Crash es, Ac, also, superior fine Linen, at very low prices. Sept 2S. 15 Accordeons and Eliitinas, A GOOD assortment, ior sale bv Sept 23 T. II. 0. MARSTON. Herring. 1 English Herring for sab- bv <>ct 13th 1852 17 “M F GANNETT. Apples. , A.C\ BAR ft ELS Baldwin and Greening apples for n . •?]«** M. F. GANNETT, uci. nth. j Ihtsinfss € arils. IN ALL ITS VARIETY HBATLY AEli SHSAf'L'iT VhMWA AT THE OFFICE OF THE SASTOSItt J. D. YOUNG, M. D.. Homceopathist, Bath, itlc. Office cornerof Front and Broad Streets. J. MATHEWS, M i). Physician and Surgeon, Respectfullytendershis professional -.ervicesio the inhabitanisof Buthandvicinity. Office on Front Street, over the store of Ma goun dj- Stinson. Bath. Aug. ,1850. tflO J. P. PAINE, M- D., Homoeopathic Physician, Newcastle and Damariscotta, Me. DR. PAYNE Has removed to the house on Middle Street recently occupied by B. C. Bailey, Esq., nearly opposite the New Jerusalem Temple. 7 B. T. CURRIER, B. D. S., Office at his residence, on Centre St., opposite the CITY HALL, BATH, MB. All operations in niechnu ical and Surgical Dentistry performed hi u neat and per manent manner. \ Connected with his office, A is ail establishment for the /\ manufacture of all kinds of U Block Teeth, *of the best quality. Den tist's supplied to order. 38tf JACOB S. SE WALL. Notary Public, And Commissioner for the Slate of Massachusetts. HATH, Me. JOHN H. KIMBALL, INSURANCE BROKER, NOTARY PUBLIC, BATH, MAINE. Commissioner for Mass, and A*. Hampshire. O* Murine, Fire and Life Insusnnce eflectedat the lowest rates in responsible offices. 1 y41 BRONSON & SEW ALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law. Office in Pierce's Bloch, Front Street, BATH, ME. DAVID BRONSON. 32 F. D. REVVAL1.. PORTER & SMITH, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, Office over John Hayden’s store, Front Street, BATH, ME. CHARLES R. PORTER. tf5 JACOB SMITH. J. S. SEW ALL, Ship and Insurance Broker, Office on Front Street—over Heath f Co’s Store. Marine. Fire and Life Insnrance effected. Cargoes for vesselsprocared —cargoes bought and soid. Bath, April 1,1851 *” 41tf DAGUERREOTYPES, BY 45 Front Street 45 I. H. DUPEE, I) Ab 1 11 It KEOTYPK ARTIST, Rooms over Morrison's Carpet Store. B. O. WEEKST Commission Wore* limit and Ship Broker, — DHALI.lt IN— Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. Hath, March, 1S52. 4Ilf ¥33©iM3 p* 3. I3A3®8!H* (OUGANIST AT*CENTRAL CHtRCH.) Teacher of Harmony and Thorough Base. CC?5* Tuition given on the Piano Forte and Organ. satcb, so. OWEN & CO., Auctioneers and Commission merchants, FRONT STREET, BATH. Are prepared ns heretofore, to make rush advances on all kinds of Merchandize for Auction Sales. 3TJ* Houses, House Lots, Vessels, stud all kinds of ou door sales attended to ou the most favorable terms. II. W. Owen. Id J. T. Gilman. J. H. ALLEN &, Co, liup Tiers and Dealers in BAH IHOU Hz STEEL, Anils, Ship Spikes, Wagon Axle Springs, &c. McLellaii’s W liaiT, Bath, Me. ■I. II. AU.KN ly36 J . H. McI.ELLAN. ELISHA CLARKE dealer is Books, Stationery and fancy Articles, School Books and Blank Books, ofallkindSjCAea/’lor Cash. NEXT NORTH THE ELLIOT HOUSE, FRONT ST, HATH, ME. u. is. incciiiiN *v t o., smniF oas&vibibss No. il, Broad Street. Bath, Hie. Marine and Fire INSURANCE. rPlIF. Franklin Marine and Fire Insurance Com pany, of New York, with a branch ai Worcester, Muss, having a capital, paid in and safely invested, of $300,000, will lake Marine or Fire Risks at reasonable rales.— Policies issued on application to J. S. SB WALL, Agent. Bath, May 22,183*2. If49 FANCY GOODS. KRAMER & IlEYER, IMPORTERS OF French, German and English Goods, Musical Instruments, Alarm Clocks, Toys, Willow Baskets, Brushes, Fancy Boxes, &c., &c., Nos. 18 and 20 Atkinson, near Milk St., BOSTON. (H7* Orders taken for Staple Articles in their lineal the usual rales, ly7 MARBLE WORKS, ITALIAN AND AMERICAN MONUMENTS AND GRAVESTONES, Made ofthe heal material, with all ihe varieties of forms and ornaments, also, Granite Monuments, Counter, Table Tops, and Soap Stone work, done to suit purchasers. TURNER A DAVENPORT, Opposite Commercial House, Centro Street. Hath Me 1)41 MRS. GOULD VS/DCLD inform her friends and customers that she At has removed to the new store next east o! Palmer »V Ledyard'a, Centre Sit., where she Is now opening her PALL AND WINTER STOCK OF Millinery & Fancy Goods, Consisting in part of Straw and Fancy Bonnets; Ribbons, in great variety ; Embroidered Collars, Capes, Under Sleeves, Edgings, Inserting*, &c. Also, t'ruels, of every shade; Lamp Mats; Tinsel Tidy, (new styles) and all oth er articles usually kept in a Fan cy Goods Store. Bath, Sept 18.1F52. 8wl5 TRASK’S ALTERATIVE AND TONIC, For the Hair. rpiIE value of this admirable preparation is loo well A known in this community to need any extended no tice or commendation; and the proprietor feels that it is only necessary for him to call the attention of the public to the tact that lor mailing of the hair, hoariness, decoloration, baldness, Ac , it has no equal, and no one who prizes this useful and ornamental appendage of the head should be without it. For sale by the subscriber, at his shop opposite the Saguduhock House, and by Sawyer Sc Magouu, Henry Hyde, Magouu Sc Stinson,and W. B Stearns. P U TRASK. Bath, Apr 23,1352. 45 Crockery, Glass ami China Ware AT REDUCED PRICES. IRON STONE DINNER SETS; Tea,Coffee and 1 Toilet Sets. 20per cent, less than former price*.— We are the only agent for K lward's Patent Iron Slone Ware in this city, and it cannot be f« und in any other store. This beautiful ware has the profcruiice overall other.as ii does not deface or crack. Ii is worth more than double the Granite Ware, and we have reduced the price so as locotne about ihe price of common Gran ite Ware Glass Hare of every description. 500 dozen common mil rich Glass Tumblers, very cheap: Lamps, Camll jsticks. Wine Glasses, llock and Champagne Glasses. Glass Jugs,Creams,Sugar Bowls. Preserve Plate*, Salts, Noppea,au I every article in the Glass Ware line, for sale cheap. RICH AND COMMON TOILET WARE, From SI to S20per set. S. W. HEATH Sc CO Bath. June 29,1852 *>tf “ SELLING OFF GREAT BARGAINS —AT— W. HAWTHORNE’S, 63 Front Street. THE subscriber will sell the remainder of his stock of Summer Goods, consisting of Coatings, Vestings, Pantaloonry, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Really-made Clo thing and Furnishing Goods, At cost tor a few day*, to make room for his Fall stock. Those in want ofihe above Good* will find this a rare chance to purchase, a* the Goods on hand will he sold low. W. HAWTHORNE. Bath, Aug 19, 1352. 10tf NEW FALL CARPETS. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. PETTES & LOVE JOY, SUMMER STREET, NEXT TO THE COENER OF WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, Have just received, direct from the English manufacturers, 150 pieces of the ljest quality TAPESTRY BRUSSELS CARPETS. 100 PIECES EXTRA RICH VELVET TAPESTRY CARPETS. Also, — Extra quality of American Brus sels, Tapestry and Velvet CARPETS, a few of which beins: slightly imperfect will be sold at low prices. Three Pi.y Carpetings from all the man ufactories ; Superfine Carpets ; Chamber Car pets; Patent Tapestry Ingrain^, or Trans versely Carpetings; Stair Carpetings; Floor OIL CLOTHS, and every other article in their line, in great variety. These Carpets have all been ordered and purchased previous to the recent advance in the price of carpets, and sales will be contin ued at OLD PRICES. Also, direct from the GREAT AUCTION SALES, held in the city of New York, a complete as sortment of MEDIUM and SUPERFINE CARPET INGS, COTTON and WOOL CARPETS, STAIR CARPETS, HEMP CARPETS, TUFTED RUGS AND MATS. NEW CARPET WAREHOUSE, NEXT TO TRIMTY (III IUII. SUMMER STREET, NEAR TO THE CORNER OF WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. PETTES <V LOYEJOY. Livery Stable. JOIIjY iT7~davis, HAVING purchased ilie stand lately occupied by 8. W. Wilson, and unite I with lii.s own stock, lately kept ni the Klliot House Stable, is prepared to answer all calls for Horses and Cnrriayes. Orders left at the Sajyadihoek House or at the Stable on Centre Sireet. will be promptly attended to. Bnth, Auif. 311, 1853. 1 ]if PIANO FORTES OF the host manufacture, warranted equal to any made in the States, con stantly on hand and for sah‘ by SAWYER Ac M \GOUN, Booksellers, l’iano Fortes to let—Sheet Music furnished to order. Bath, Sept 1, 1852. 11 Lincoln County lien in 1818 ! TNFOR M ATION W ANTED, ol Thomas Curtin A and Win. A« Dickinson, who were at, or resi dents ol Wiscassel, Ale., in about 1818. The adverti ser, on account of a matter ol business, is desirous to find either of the above named persons, or their legal heirs, and as all trace of them is lost at Wiscassel, it is hoped this may meet the eye of some one wi n may know ol them, or of some connection by marriage or otherwise, who will lake the trouble to addressa few lilies to the advertiser. IVM HOBBS JR., No. 10 S'ut* Stiee'i Boston, Moss. Informal ion also wanie i ol Theodore >>r Thco riociun Stanton, born ui I’arsou.slieid, Me, in about 1787,a soldier oi 1812-14. 4wl5 Clocks! Clocks!! Clocks!!! A GREAT variety, for sale cheap by Sept 28. ' T. II. G. MARSTON. Dress Trimmings. OWEN &. CO. have jusi received a large and varied assortment of rich Dress Tr minings, at very low prices. 15 Sept 2S Flannels. UED, yellow, white, spoiled and mix’d flannels, • bleached and unbleached Cotton do, very low at Sept 28. OWEN & CO’S. Peaches, Watermelons, Ml ’ SKM ELOBfS—(’antelopes—Cabbages— Squash — Tomatoes, and all tke varieties of the season, for sale at the City Market by A G PAGE. Tothe Honorable Arnold lllattey, Esquire, .Fudge of Probate, within and for the Comity of Lincoln— rjTRISTRA.M G. STOCKBIl IDG E. administrator de 1. bonis mm of the estate of Johu Siockhridge, late of Bath in said county, deceased, respectfully represents that in his said capacity lie holds notes, accounts, and oilier deinuuus of the said deceased,as by the list here with furnished, which are not with due diligence on ins part available assets beyond the expenses of col lection, on account of the poverty of the |>cr*oii* liable ; he therefore requests leave to sell the same according to law at public or private sale. T G 3TOCKBRIDGE. LINCOLN,ss—At a Court of Probate held at Wiscas sel, within and for the County of Lincoln, on the 4th day of October, A D 1852. On the foregoing petit ion ordered that the said peti tioner give notice to all persons interested in said estate, that they may appeur at a Court ol probate to be liol dett at Wiscaset, on the first Monday of November next, by causing a copy of said petition, with this or der tc be published in the Eastern Times, primed at Bath, in said county, three weeks successively previ ous to said court. ARNOLD BI.ANEY, Judge of Probate. Attest—Edwin 8. Hovey, Register. 3w17 A true copy. Alter,t, Edwin 8 Hovey. Reg. To the Honorable Arnold Blaney, Esq., Judge ol Pro bate within and for the County of Liecolu— miUSTRAM G STOCKHKIDG E, administrator of the 1 estate of John Sloekbridge, I hie of Bath, in said Comi ty. deceased, respectfully represents, that the personal estate of ilie said deceased is not sufficient by the sum of twelve hundred dollars lo answer his just debts and charges of administration; he therefore prays that lie may be empowered and licensed to sell and convey so much of the real es’a’e of the said deceased as may he sufficient lo raise the said sum with incidental charges. T G STOCKBRIDGE. A1 a Court of Probate held at Wiscasset, within and lor the Couniy of Lincoln, on the 4th day of October, AD. 1S52. On the foregoing petition,ordered that the s.irl peti tioner give notice to all person- interested, in said es tate, that thev may appear at n Probate Oouritobe he LI at Wisr-jssei, wniiin and for said Comity, on the first Monday ot November next. by causing u copy of said petition with ibis order to be published in the Eastern Times, printed in Bath, in said County, three weeks successively, nicvious.to $ajd-Geurt. ARNOLD BLANEY, Juigr. Attest—Edwin S. Hovey, Kef. A True Copy A west - Emvrc; S Hovey, Reg 3V.-1? IFA2IB Prize Medal Furnace. WE present Cbllson’s Patent Air-warming and venti la iug Furnace, with the utmost confidence that it will prove itself, on fair trial, to be the best Furnace in use. The long and thorough experience of the inventor on the subject of air w >rming and ventilntion, and the fact that during the past seven years, CHILRON'S FUR NACE has gradually superceded all other Furnace* in tho public Schools, Hospitals and Institutions of the city of Dos ton, is sufficient guaranty of their superiority. 3 Their chief recommendations are purity of air, power ful heuters—with great economy in the consumption of fuel, will bum coal or wood equally well, superior dralt, easily cleaned, great durability, and can be set in low cel lars if needed. These Furnaces arc warranted to give perfect satisfac tion. or they will be taken down and no charge made._ l‘lea>e call and examine, at the store in Rogers’ R ock, Front Street, near Sagadahock Ferry. Stoves! Stoves!! Just re eived, from the New York, Albany and Troy markets, a large and carefully selected stock of Stoves, affording (r.oine entirely new, and of splendid design) of Cooking, Parlor, office and Chamber Stoves, for coal or wood ; Franklin, Fire-places, Open Grates, Portable Ranges, Ac, all of which will be so sold at the lowest cash prices. Pleas • call and examine as above. Bath, Sept 10, 1852. 14 Flour. RECEIVED direct from New York, the best brands of Family Flour, which will be sold low at the stores opposite th'i S tgadiiliock llnse sindat thecoriier of Water and Federal Sts. K. R. SMITH Sc CO. Ba'h. June 20, 1S.V2. «}if Just Received. A LARGE lot of TEAS of (lifTerem grades, in hul chests, will be sold low by Jan I. fag. 2d R R SMITH Sc CO. DR. NOURSE HAS removed to Pearl Street,2d house west of Captain Parker’s. Office as heretofore, opposite the Sai*a dahock House. 4-tf6^ Table Cutlery. 1000 SETS of Table Knives urn! Forks, of every ^ description. S. \V. HEATH A CO Britannia Castors, rpEA PO fS, Coffee Pots, Urns, rich Gothic TeaTrnys l common Dry Egg Coolers, Britannia Soup Tu rT'S’ .e- , s w- HE A TH ir CO. June 29, 1$>2 ^ 0|f REMOVED. t, ©» ara©©a;& HAS removed his SAIL LOFT from Tallman’s Wharf to the Brick Loft at the head of McLellan’s Wharf— where he will he happy to receive the calls and ordeis of his old customers and as many new oues as have a mind to come Bath, March 17, 1852. 39tf New & Rich Jewelry, Watches,&c. A LARGE and well selected stock of Jewelry, Watches, Ac..just received, and will he sold very low. Ourstock of Jewelry is the largest that has ever been offered at private sale in this place. June 29,1852. s. \V HEATH tf CO. Fall Style Hats! JUST RECEIVED AT PIS E IPS Daguerreotypes. Mn. I’P I ON i» now at his Rooms in Bath, No 45 Fron Street HEAVY STOCK OF RICH Silver Plate & Solid Silver Ware. SUCH as Castors, Silver Spoons of every description. Tea Service, Salts, Ladies’ Butter Knives, Silver Tea and Dinner Knives, Silver Forks, Pje Knives. Fifth Knives, Soup Ladles, ami a great ninny articles too utmierous to mention, ami will be s-»ld low. Bath, June 29. 2 S. W. HEATH A CO. NEW GOODS” A NEW and WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT /I of Boots and Shoes, Just received from the Manufacturers, for sale CHEAP by J. II. NICHOLS. Bath, April 21, 18 2. 44 STOVES. \LA RG E assortment of Cooking. Parlor, nnd Store Stoves, of the m >st approved pm terns, now selling by the subscribers at greatly reduced prices. . Also,constantly oil hand. Coal Hods, Shovels, Sift er*. Siove Funnel,Sad-Irons, Tin and Copper Ware ol every description,and all other articles usually krpt in a hardware store. MITCHELL A LOW ti lth ,.Jan. 28,1352. 30 House Lots for Sale. MQEVERAL Rouse Lots on h new street run O ning from Russel to Centre street, are offer ed for sale at prices which cannot fail to suit purchasers. SAM’L L ALLEN. Baili, May 5, 1852. CmAfi WIVES Ml) *1*1 KIT*, For Medicinal Purposes. JAM hS Ml rCHELL has been duly appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen Agent for the city lo sell Wines, fee , lor medicinal and mechanical purposes on ly. agree** Id y to the “ A cm for I lie suppression of drink ing houses and tippling shops,'* nm) i< now prepared to furnish I he article for the above purj>oses at his siore on Centre Street. Hath, Aug 19,18'2. ]Otf Superior Coach, Furniture and Polishing Varnish. FOR sale by the subscriber.at his shop on the cor ner of Washington and Centre ."Si reels Sign and Carriage Painting, Gilding, Graining, &c. Bath,June4.1351 S. 0. SAWYER Another Lot OF those Ladies’ light-colored floats, just received by J. W. ROBERTS Bath, Sept 7, 1852. 12 Men’s Calf Boots, A GOOD assortment at fair prices, mar be found at il- Sept 7,1852. .1 W. ROBERTS’. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF ES©©^ ASJI© SIH©ll:Sa NOW Oil baud, and must be cleared ••tf in thirty days, to make room for his FALL GOODS. All persons in want of the above articles, wi/l do well to call and learn the pri ce*. J. IV. ROUE K'JS Sept 7.1352. 12 Just Received, \NOTHER lol of those Men's heavy Goat ami Calf Shoes, by J. \V. ROBERTS. Bath, Sept 7, 1852. 12 Wanted, COAT, Vest and Pant makers. C. E. LEE nearly opposite 1 lt( the Elliot House. Family Flour. ;FEW Barrels Superior Ex'ra Pastry Floor, for sale l»y M F. GANNETT. Bath Sept 21, 1852. 14 A SECOND-HAND Oil Canister, for sale by Sept 20 1852. 15 M. F. GANNETT For Sale. rpiIR subscriber, wishing to leave town, will JL sell tne house and lot where he now lives, NI situated at the south end of Washington, op posite Pine Street, at a bargain, if applied for in mediately The lot is 110 feet on Washington St., by 42 teel to high water maik. The house is arranged for two families. Also will he sold, the furniture of said bon.se, togeth er with two good boats For further particular*, apply.to G EORGE II. DUN CAN, or to the subscriber on the premises. JOHN CUNNINGTON. Bath, Oct 5, 1852. 3wlG* For Sale THAT valuable lot of laud on l lie corner of High and Turnpike Streets, if applied for soon. Apply to E H FITTS. Octobhr 5, 1852. 3wl6 JUST received direct from New York per Packet Tl. K. Duuton. 200 Bbls. Extra family Flour of choicest Brands. For sale by ROBINSON It COTTON. ADAMS dt CO.’S EXPRESS. California nnd Australia PASSAGE TICKET AGENCY. THE usual Winter rush for the Gold Regions is commencing. Parties desiring tickets, by means of this Atenc/, can secure berths iu advance, saving the expense of visiting the city in person — Orders promptly filled. Full informal in n given of the different routes and lines of Steamers. Orders and remittances may be sent by’ mail or express, prepaid. Local Agencies nt Adam* Sc Co's, and oilier Expres odices throughout the Count.y. at which application may be made. Charge $5 per 'Picket. Address JOftN W. CARRINGTON, 3wlt> Adams Sc Co s 50 Broadway N Y j NEW Watches and Jewelry, JUST RECEIVED AT m© ©© sc^^s^^sr3^© \ SPLENDID assortment of Gold and Silver Watch esj Bosom Puts ; Ear Hoops and Drops. Finger Rings; Gold Fob, Vest am! Gourd Chains; Gold Pens and Pencils, Ate. embracing a great variety, well selec ted and rich Goods. O* Purchasers 'ire invite4 to oall ani examine, as they Will be sal* so low, that it will he for their airan tige to c'tll. U Sept £8. The Koad la Wealth. E0LL07TA7>S PILLS. an extraordinary cure of the grav el, and a most dangerous liver com plaint. Copy of a Letter addressed to J. K. Ileydmi, Esq , 8* d ney, New South Wales, dated Feu.tl5th, io51. Sir,—A Mr Thomas Clark, u settler at Lake George/ was f«»r si cousideiubie time seriously afflicted with a complaint ol the Liver, together with ihe Gravel* His medical uttendaiiis. after u> mg all iheir skill, candidly • old h in that his case was hopeless, and any farther ef forts useless* In ihi* situation, and when expecting every day would terminate his existence, a friend rec ommended him to try Holloway’s Pills, and as a forlorn hope he did SO j the first dose gave him Considerable relief, hi therefore persevered in taking them according to tiie directions, and is now restored to perfect health. He will led great pleasure in confirming this siate meni; or even make an affidavit to the -auie effect, should n be required. (Signed) WM. JONES, 1 roprietor of the Goulburn Herald, New So. Wale*. Cure of a pain and tightness in the Chest and Stomach of a person 84 years of age. Fr“? “.V" Tkh'W * Son- P«priaior»* .!,« Ly„« ™neu’gzb°c^r'" r°' 'befui,ow“‘* ■<*« To Professor Holloway. Sm,-| desi,* in beir lax limony 10 ihe good effect, of Holloway , p,|i. For some year. I suffereJ severely from a pair, and tighl ness ni ihe slomacb, which was aljo accompanied by a sborlness of breath, dial prevented me fr.lm walkina about. l ain 8t years of age,and notwiihsiamllng my ndvunced slate ofl.fe, these pills have so relieved me tliol I inn desirous ilinl olhers should be mude aequninli cd with llieir virtues. I am now rendered, by iheir means, comparatively aclive, and iuu lake exercise without inconvenience or pain, which 1 Could not do before. (Signed) HENRY COE, North Street, Lynft, Norfolk. Wonderful efficacy of llollotvay’t Pills ih cases of Dropsy. Persons suffering from Dropsy, either nboul the turn of life, or at other limes, should immediately have rej course to these pills, as hundreds of persons are annu ally cured, by their use, of this direful complaint in its different stages, when all other means hud lulled. I hese celebrated Pills are wonderfully efficacious in the following complaints: A£“c F. vers of all kinds Stone And Asthma Fits Gravel Ki.iuu* Complaints Gout Sacondurv Blotches on the skin IKnduclie $vmpwuns Bowel Complaiuts Indigestion Tic Dolour Inflainniaiion exbx Coiisiipaiion of the Jaundice Tumors Bowels Liver Complaiuts Ulcers Consumption Lumbago Veiif rial Affec Reb,ll|y Piles turns Dropsy Rheumatism Worms of all Dysentery Retention of Urine kinds Erysipelas Scrofula, **r King’s Weaknesses Female Irregular!- Evil from whatev t,e!* Sore Thn ats er cause,&o Sold at the Establishment of Professor Hollo Wat. ‘J44 Strand, (near Temple Bar) London, and by all re spectable Druggists, and dealers in medicine throughout the British Empire, and of those of the United Slates, in pots and boxes, at 3*J cents, 87cents And $1.50 each. Wholesale by the Principal Drug Houses in ihe Uni on. and by JOSHUA DIJRGIN Sc CO. Portland JOHN MATHEWS, Agent for Baih. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in ev ery disorder are affixed to each box. eoplyl! SALT RHEUM. ^ WK ihe under*i*ned, being well ac* jL quaiuled with ihe medicine prepared YilI. B. TBIIFA1ST, * OF BATH, For SALT hlihliu, nml all otbrr bumorg, and having witnessed its good effect* upon man} per sons within our knowledge, are lully satisfied that it is a valuable medicine, perfectly safe, convenient and highly efficacious, and would therefore recommend it on every occasion most cheerfully, to persons suffering from any humor, especially Salt Kheuin :— C I* Coveil, Hartford. Ct. Wm E Goode now, Norway Win S Tyler, Norwich,do B (i Harrows. Lewiston Carter Sc Colcord, Hoston GW Sawyer. Dover G M Ed ly, New Bedford Wooster Parker, do .1 S Harrison.Boston Joel Paine. Jay John Williams. S Boston John \\ akefield. Rockland Ariel Work, Milton II G O Wasnhum, Belfast N A Sprague. Nantucket T P Batchehler, Levant Ladd 9t Ingraham, Bangor Gilbert Parshley, Sanger vis S P Ingraham,Camden David Hammond, Troy Wm M Hu roe. do I'rauels Blake, Harrison Austin Sweet land do Wm Webber, Webster Certificates to almost any extent might be added, if necessary, but the proprietor feels that Pie article has become so well known, and its virtues so generally ac knowledged, even by physicians.us lotnake it unnec essary to offer further proof of the merits of the article. For sale in this city by A. fi. Page and at the Bntli Book Store; Brunswick, W in' Baker and K T Gutehell; and by Druggists generally. Price SM — with full directions. rfif Greatest Wonder of the Age! o Newell Sl Coffin’s celebrated FLUID LAMPS AXD FEEDERS. Warranted not to Explode. WE have secured the right for this city. These »’ Lamps are the; greatest cuiosities of the age, and will in a short lime lake the lead of everything else.— Call and see lor yourselves, and you will he convinced at once that these lamps are as sale ns oil, ami give a very brilliant light Experiments will he sure to con vince any one. The detiian I for these Lamps is so ex tensive. the want can hardly he supplied. Also, the PATENT CANS lor filling. s. W. HEATH & CO., Sole Agents ior Lath. CERTIFICATE. \Ve h ive had an opportunity of testing the Patent •Safety Lamp and Lamp Feeder of Mr. John Newell, oi this city, in regard to ihe measures of protection which i heir construct ion affords. In the trials to which we subjected them, wc endeavored, without effect, to produce explosions oil he vapor ol the fluid mixed with air, and to bur.»t t’lein by the pressure of the vapor alone. The principle adopted by Mr. Newell is that of th* well known Davy Lamps. He has so combined the parts that we are satisfied that nil risk of explosive ac tion is removed. Charlks T. Jackson, M. D., Aug. A. Hatks. M.D., Sept 21. 15tf Assayers to State of Mass Panorama of the Kennebec. T lF. subscriber, as trustee for the parties interested, will tell at public Auct on, at the store of Davis Hatch, in Hath,on Saturday, October 30th, at 10 o'clock : in the forenoon, that portion of the splendid painting known as Bartholomew** Panorama of the Kennebec, extending from the nmuih ol the river to the upper part oi the city of Gardiner. J. S. SWIFT. Bath, Oct G, 1852. 3wl6. GROCERIES, Family and Ship Stores. ROBINSON A COTTON have ju-treceived, and of fer lor sale at the lowest prices for cash or approved credit, a arge and well »elert>d stock of Groceries, Provisions, 6to., —SUCH AS— Havana White and Brown Sugars : Muscovado do ; Crushed, Powdered, Granalissed and St. Croix do ; Porto Rico do ; Sperm, Winter Refined, Whale and Elephant Oil; large quantity of Teas, in whole, half and qt’r Boxes; Molasses, Beef, Pork, Lard ; Fish, of a superior quali ty; and all articles usually kept in a general Grocery and Provision Store. The former customers of Smith A Co . and the public generally are respectfully invit'd to calf. fly2" Particular aiteiiiiou paid to | titling up Ship and Cabin Stores. Bath, Sept. 28. 1832. 15tf Tobacco and Cigars, OF the choicest brands, kept constantly on hand and for sale at the store of Sept.2d. ROBINSON A COTTON. Pickles, IN gallon, h.ilf gallon, and quart jars, Ketchups of every description; Capers; Gelatines; Oilv« Oil | Kngltsit and American Mustard, of superior quality j Pepper-sauce, dec, Ac, t**r sale by Sept.*2S ROBINSON fit COTTON. OCTOBER 6th. NEW DRTGOODS! OPENING AT THE STORE OF A. B. BUTLER. Among which are the following article* Long and Square Woolen Shawls, Cashmere Shawls, Children's Woolen Shawls, Thibet Cloths, Cashmere Cloths, Lyonese Cloths, in a great variety of colon, Alpines, at all prices, Mpaccas, Plain and Figured, Plain and Figured All-Wool Delaines, Cotton and Wool DeLaines and Llama Cloths, Plaided Goods, a variety of styles, MOURNING GOODS, Prints, the best ever sold for 6 1-4 cents. Patches and Colored Cambrics at 6 1-4 cents. White and Culored Linen Cloths and Diapers, Embossed and Cotton Covers in a great variety, Cotton Drilling for Ccvers 1 1-3 yds wide for 12 1-2 cents per yard, Flannels and White Good*, of all kinds and at the very lowest prices, Striped Shirtings, a good article for 10 cents. Tickings, warranted to hold Feather*, for 12 1-2 cents. It is generally known that Cotton Cloths are a leetle higher, but if onr customers will call at our establishment, they will find a very good assortment at very low prices. Herds Grass and Clever Seed, IS M. F. GANNETT