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a “ - » Tuesday, Feb. 8. Senate.—The bill granting further reme dies 10 patentees was passed, yens 21, navs 15. Mr. Weller of California, reported a hill granting lands to aid the building of a tele graph to the Pacific, which was made the special order for Monday. The Tehuantepec resolutions of Mr. Ma son were taken up, when Mr. Seward spoke at length in oposition. Mr. Seward, in conclusion, advocated the building of an inland railroad to the Pacific through our own territory, in preference to the Teliuantepee routo. House.—The House went into Committee of the Whole on the bill to establish the Ter ritorial Government of Columbia. While engaged in consideration of the bill, n mes sage was received from the President, when the Committee rose and the message was rend. The message covered a report from the State Department on the fisheries and com mercial reciprocity with the British Provin ces. The Message was referred to the Commit tee on foreign affairs and ordered to be prin ted. The House then went into Committee ngain and resumed the consideration of the bill establishing the territorial government of Columbia. On motion of Mr. Stanley the name in the bill was changed to Washington, after which it was laid aside to be reportetl to the House. The hill organizing the territorial govern ment of Washington was then reported to the House, pending which, they took a re cess till 7 o’clock. Wednesday, Feb. 9. Senate.—A message was received from the House, announcing their readiness to pro ceed with the order for counting the votes l'or President and Vice President of the Uni ted States. The Senate then proceeded to tire House. At 2 o’clock, the Senate reassembled in the chamber. Mr. Hunter submited the following resolu tions, which were agreed to : Resolved, That a Committee of one mem ber of the Senate he appointed to join a Com mittee of two membersof' the House of Rep resentatives, to be appointed by the House, to wail on Franklin Pieree of New Hamp shire, and notify him that he has been duly elected President of (lie United States, for four years, to commence on the 4tli day of March, 1853. Mr. H unter was appointed the Committee on the part of the Senate. Resolved, That the President of the Sen ate do cause Wtn. R. King of Alabama to be notified that lie has been duly elected Vice President of the United States for four years, to commence on the 4th day of March 1853. House.—On motion of Mr. Jones of Ten nessee, the Clerk was directed to inform the Senate that the House was ready to receive the President and members of the Senate to count the voles cast at the late election for i President and Vice President, this being the ! day fixed by law for that purpose. Alter a short interval the Senate entered, | preceded by its President, Sergent at Arms, j and Secretary. The House lose a.ul re« mained standing until the Senators were sealed, \ Mr. Atcliinson, President pro tempore ol the Senate, called to order, and announced that the Senate anti the House had assembled for the pnrpose of counting the votes for President and Vice President of the United States. The certificate of the slate o f.M aine was called first and read, and so on, until the electoral certificates of all (lie Slates were read by the tellers, who thus acted alternate ly When the vote of Massachusetts was read, there was a voice beard saying ‘ Hurrah for Scottl’ but it met no response. The Fresident of the Senate read the re sult amid comparative quietude. He said — I therefore declare (bat Franklin Pierce of New Hampshire, having the greatest num ber of votes for President, and that being the majority of the whole number of electors, is duly elected President of the United States for four years from the fourth day of March next. lie made a like declaration in relation to Mr. King for Vice President. The business for which the two Houses assembled in joint meeting having been de spatched, the Senators proceeded to relire to their chamber, the House members stand' ing meanwhile in respect. The Speaker look bis chaif and called to order. Mr. Jones of Tennessee offereiI a resolu tion that a committee of two members heap pointed on the pari of the House to join a committee of one that may be appointed on the part of the Senate, to wait upon Frank lin Pierre and inform him of his election.— The resolution was adopted and Messrs. Jones of Tennessee and Hibbard were aj> pointed a committee on the part of the House. Thursday, E'eb. 10. Senate.—Messrs. Cass and Underwood pre sented memorials in favor of securing to American citizens abroad religious worship. Mr. Rusk presented the credentials of Mr. Houston re-elected for six years to the Sen ate from Texas, his term to commence on the 4th of March next. Mr. G win presented resolutions from the ! legislature of New Mexico, setting forth the advantages to he derived from the construc tion of the Pacific Railroad from the Gull ol Mexico through the territory. Mr. Cass said his resolution affirming the Monroe doctrine would come lip on Monday, and he hoped all who desired on it would come prepared, and the vote he taken as soon as the debate was over. He supposed there would be some more jokes from the Senator from New Hampshire, and then lie hoped there would be a vote.' House.—The house proceeded to act on the bill to establish the territorial govern ment of Washington. The question being on concurring in the amendments from the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union. The House then went into committee on the bill organizing the Territorial govern ment of Nebraska. Friday, Feb. 11. Senate. — Mr. Mason, from the Committee on Foreign affairs, to which were referred the Presid'.-nt’s Message on subject of the es tablishment of British colonies at Belize, and also the resolution whether any action of the Senate lie necessary in consequence of ilie explanations made by Messrs. Bulwer mid Clayton, at the exchange of the ratification of the Central American treaty, made a re port, accompanied by the following resolu lion: Resolved, That it is the opinion of tlieCom mittee that the declaration on the part of the British Government, and the reply thereto by 1 the Secretary ol State, as preliminary to the exchange of ratifications ofihe treaty conclu ded between the governments of Great Brit ain and the United States, import nothing more than an admission on the part of the government or their functionaries at the time of the exchange, that nothing contained in the treaty is to be considered as affecting the title or existing rights ol Great Britain to the English settlement in Honduras bay, and consequently, in the opinion ol the commit tee, no measures are necessary to be taken in reference to such declaration. 2000 copies of the report were ordered to be printed. House.—Mr. Seymour of New York, from the Committee ou Commerce, reported a bill to establish a reciprocal trade with the North American provinces on certaio conditions. Mr. Jones of Tennessee moved that the bill referred to the Commitiee of the Whole on the State of the Union, pending which the House went into Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union on the Army bill. Mr. Faulkner supported it, and after a re ply the amendment was adopted. V The Committee rose, when the amend merits made in Committee were concurred in, yeas 87, nays 57. The bill passed. Saturday, Feb. 12. Senate. Ihe Senate adopted a resolution • lo ™Be1t .U °’cIock filler Monday. Mr. Davis reported hack the hill he intro duced Inst week proposing reciprocal fishing rights and privileges between American and Dmish fishermen in waters of both countries. I he bill was postponed. House.—Several executive communications were laid before the House, and appropriate ly referred. Mr. Gorman of Indiana, from the Commit tee on military Affairs, reported back the Senate bill for the relief of Col. John C. Fre mont, appropriating $19,500 to relieve him from certain costs and damages and bail in England. Monday, Feb. 14. Senate.—The Deficiency bill was tuken up and considered. Several amendments were discussed, on^ for paying lighthouse arrearages, lu refer ence to the Ini ter, Mr. Buriatin said facts had been disclosed before an investigating Com mittee of the Senate which woulu astonish the country going to show that the most out rageous frauds had been committed in light house contracts. $25,000 was added for the pay of Senators for the session nfter the 4ih of March. House.—A bill was reported to adjust the difficulties arising out of the sales by the Gen eral Government of swamp lands heretofore granted to certain States. Mr. Clenveland moved to lay (he bill on the table which was carried. The Natick Murder, Confession or the Murderer.—Our readers will reeottect the details of the horrible murder of Mr. Ouvra Taylor and wife in Natick, Mass., on the evening of the 17lh of September last.— Thomas Casey, an Irishman about 20 years of age, was arrested on suspicion of being the murderer, and subsequently examined on tlie charge and committed to Lowell jail to await his trial at the April Term of the Su preme Judicial Court. Until quite recently, Casey has stoutly denied ft is guilt, or any knowledge whateverot the murder. Within a few days past, in a conversation with per sons in the jail at Lowell, Casey fully con fessed iiis guilt of the horrible tragedy, and sinted that he anil Mr. Taylor had some dis pute about half a dollar, which caused a fight between them, and in the scuflle he gave Tay lor his mortal wound. Casey also states that Mrs. Taylor overhearing the noise, came in to the room, when lie thought lie * might as well fix her out too.’ Casey appears very imli(leretit in regard to his fate.—Boston Jour nal. Narrow Escatf..— On Friday of last week, Mr. Mark Leach of Danville was pro ceeding through Ins field with a team of un ruly oxen, drawing a heavy load on his sled. He had some difficulty in keeping his oxen j in the desired direction, and stood on the off 1 side of the sled, holding on to a crooked stake, the sled rose over p knoll, and when it j pitched forward, ilirew him by a jerk in front of the sled. 11 is head being thrown under I the Ironl of one of the runners, anil in this condition lie was dragged forward some two or three rods, providentialy Mr. Lencli was enabled to keep Iiis head up high enough to prevent the sled from passing over it, nnd fi nally by desperate exertion he cleared him- ! self, t hough in so doing, the edge of the sled runner struck him above the eye and turned j the flesh of his forehead up over on to the top of Iiis head. Bewildered, bloodv, and nl- ^ most blind, the unfimmiatc man had to trav- | el more than half a mile before he could oh- 1 fain assistance.—Demonatic Advocate. We understand tint Samuel J. Pike, Esq. i of Dotrhesier, Mass., has received ami ac l ceptetl the appointment o| Tutor of the An* j cient languages, and Mathematics in Bow ] tloin College. This is nil admirable selection. Mr. P. graduated with high honors in the j I cl ass of JS47,and lias been engaged in teach- j mg since that time. We trust that this ap pointment is but an earnest of the course to lie pursued by the Government in the future management of the institution. The Maine Law.—On Tuesday week, Vermont gave an emphatic expression for the Maine Law, by an overwhelming nnjor ity of die popular vole in iis favor. On the same day, Rhode Island passed the amended hill through the House. A telegraphic despatch received from De troit, announces that the Maine Liquor Law passed the Michigan .Slate Legislature on Thursday, and is to he submitted to the peo ple, at a special election in July next. Rev. Dr. Nichols, in paying a just triblito to the memory of Rev. Mr. Judd, said, that when he was told that lie must die, Iiis reply was, ‘ Well, this 1 /now, that J love my God.' And again before lie fell into his last, long sleep, lie murmured, umctig his last words, ‘ It's all well.' A Maine law petition containing 50,000 names was presented to the Legislature of New Jersey on Thursday. It was 1400 feet long, and was escorted to the capttol by a procession numbering about 700. Departure of Gen. Fierce, for Washington. Gen Pierce 4efl Concord on Monday afternoon last accompanied by his private Secretary, Sid- ; ney VV ebster, Esq. A Concord correspondent of the Boston Journal says that the Cabinet has been formed, unchangably and definitely, and that this fact will be announced in a Con cord paper to-day. The names of the members will not be made known until the inauguration j of the President. (EaT3 -A tough north-east snow storm pre vailed in this vicinity during the day and even ing of Sunday. Received—Godey’s I^ady’s Book for March, j A rich number. NEW COUNTY. Public City Meeting. The meeting of the citizens called for Tues day evening, stands adjourned to Friday even ing next, 18th inst. The whole subject of a new County was referred to a committee, con sisting of Messrs. II. VV. Owen, C. Clapp, Jr., j John l’aiten, D. C. Magoun and J. Ellsworth. The committee will report at the adjourned j meeting. A general attendance of the citizens is requested. WILLIAM TORREY, City Clerk. K. K. K. A MIRACLE AT DUNDEE, ILL. Rea I itie following teller from A S Hollisler, F.sq : ‘A few weeks since, u mail in our village suffered with a severe niiuck of rheumatism, and was hi constant pain for two days. K It It was recommended and ap plied. In less tlmn two hours lie was tree (rom pain, uud enjoying a pleasant sleep. For all pains we find il an instant remedy. Ii cures sick head-aclie, neural gia, dysentery, chills and lever, and nil the oilier com plaints pul down in ihe advertisement. Our physicians use it, and indorse ns quick and valuable properties. A S IIOL LIST Kit, Dundee, Cook Co., 111. jtB—R id way's Ready Relief cures ihe lame, sliff joiuied, rheumatic, and neuralgic sufferers. It inslaiit ly slops pain. Kvery day we receive intelligence of ihe quick effi cacy of II It Relief, in slopping pain and removing ils cause. It cures Rheumatism and Diarrhoea. Il cures | Neuralgia amt Chill Fever It cures Cholera—allays Croups and Spasms, Sick H -ad-Ache and Tooth-Ache. i...."'=iU,ral'z-‘* P"is,,ns and acids, renders Malaria rvhn&,,.,.'U8e/ hRa,lh a»d life into the cold and cliil liie r<?freshes and invigorates. It acts upon Iron nroofon'*^*'eij* rem,er'1,S the nerves strong and Re eW.rKWe ,to , la,,n ,hat R R certain d sen.*.»'• ^mplamt* , i. is prepared lo cure Rheumniic, ****$? For Diseases arising from BAD BLOOD R. R. R. No. 2. • Foul and corrupt Humors, thick and Bad Blood Sores of all kinds. Sail Rheum, Scrofula. Si Vitus's Dance Chronic Diseases, and all diseased deposits,are quick ly removed by the use of Radway’s Renovating Re solvunt. It is powerful, searching and pleasant, and one dozen will produce a wonderful effect. It is a cer tain cure for all humors. Price SI. RAD WAY A Co, ! 162 Fulton Street, opposite Si Paul’s. Ac.exrs.—A. G. Pasc and N, Iv. Ellsworth, Ruth; Kdmiind Dana, Wiscasset; Win fiatcliell, Brunswick; J C Ttbbets, Lisbon; (3 F Tine Iter and Samuel Richards, Uowdoinhain, David Newbeglu, Boolhbay. 3w32 Social Levee. The Ladies of iTie Universalisl Society of this city, will hold a SOCIAL LEVEE at the City Ilall,on THURSDAY EVENING. 17lh inst. The usual en tertainments will he provided. Tickets 25 cents—to be had at Stearns’News De pot, and at the door. LYON’S KATHA1RON, For Preserving, Restoring and Beautifying the HAIR, giving it a clean, rich, glossy and curling appearance of the most delightful character. It is superior to any pre paration for these purposes in the world. Price 25 cts, in large bottles. See advertisement in another column. 3-1 D. S. BARNES, Proprietor, 161 Broadway, N Y. O*" Whenany article has agreat sale, we conclude, and justly too, that there must be some virtue in it to cause this sale. Judging from this, we think that the Balm of a Thousand Flowers must be the best thing ever invented for removing tan, pimples snd freckles rom the lace. Only 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Sawyer A Magoun and VVm. B. Stearns Valuable Testimony from the South. We like, at all limes, to give credit when credit is due. and it at the same lime we cun relieve the dis tressed, \ye uredoubly gratified; we, therefore, give the following voluntary testimony as to the beneficial ejects of Wislar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, by the editor ot lhe Columuiy South Carolinian, who appears to have obtained great relief by its use.—[Old Domiu ion, Portsmouth, Va. Wislar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry. We seldom resort to patent medicines, having a great respect for the skill ofihe regular profession, hut chance threw into our way the above named medicine imme diulely utter the ciose of the lust session ot the Legis lature, when our lungs werfe almost dried up by "the highly rarified atmosphere of our sluve-warmed Slate House. The Balsam immediately relieved us ofa most harassing cough, which threatened our health in a serious dtgree. We feel that we are indebted to it for for some lilieeu pounds of animal weight—which ad dition once fell. cannol be forgol len. N lie genuine unless signedl. BUTTSen the wrap per. CtuTiox.—The only genuine and original article, wus first introduced in the year 1838. It tins been well I iested,niid appreciated for ten years, in all the com plaints for which it has been recommended, viz:— Cough a, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, Asthma and Con sumption, in its inf ipieut stages. No other medicine has proved more efficacious. Reinemherihe original and only genuine Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry always hears the written sig na lure of I. BUTTS on the outside wrapper. Address ill orders to the General Agent, Seth W. Fmvle, Boston,Mass. 4w29 For sale in Bath by A G Pago. Genuine Medicines. S A Its A PA lit. I, A AND ToMATO UlTTKRS—We A VER-.* SaI.T Rheum and Canker Cure—Morehead’s Gal vanic Belts, Bracelets, Ac.—Dr. Jayne’s Family M kdicines—Wilbor’s Compound of Cod i.ivicr Oil and Lime. i ownsend s Sarsaparilla Pain Killer Abbott's Bii tors .lolinson's I.moment Aletlieainenluin Toothache Drops Composition Powders Hair Oils Kye Water Catarrh Snuff Kichardson's Hillers Syrup of Liverwort Pulmonary Hnlsam Pills o(all kinds Pile Klecluarv Hone Linament Worm Lozenges Vermifuge \imI nil ii|p m hi v:ilinlilc GENUINE PATENT M KIKOIN ES, for sale ai i lie City Market hy lv4S A. G. PAGE. JBUnmrff auras* In this city, 10th inst, by Rev C F Allen, Mr Frederic ' Horry, of Newton, Muss, to Miss Sarah J Corliss, of this city. In this city, 8th in st, by the same, Mr Robt F Jrooker to Miss Eliza Ann D nrgin, both of this city. In this city, hy lie v M W Willis, Mr Daniel k Grown ! to Miss Margaret J Rideout. In Damariscotta 23d ult. Zenns Hall of Nobleboro’ to Miss Nancy J Chapman of Damariscotta. Ill Dockland, Mr Sanford Burkett tr Miss Mary F Rhoades; .Mr Zcahar W Richards to Miss Lauretta Craigg. In Boston, 2‘1 th ult, Mrs Henry G Chandler of Boston, to Miss Priscilla T Stmwdeal of Rockland. In Lowell, Mr William Jones, of Boston, to Miss Mar tint Church, of Richmond. in Gloucester, Mass, Mr Charles C Perkins, of New castle, to Mims Debora ii R<»1iii»s<mi, of Somerville, Mass. De ants. In this city, 9th inst, Ellen E Ring, aged 4 years and G months. In this city, 10th inst, Mrs Pennells, wife of Mr Harri son Smith, aged 42 years. In litis city, loiIt inst, Maria T, daughter ol Mr Charles Douglass, aged 1) months. In this city, 12th inst, Mr William L Loring, aged 22 years. In this city, 13th inst, Mary F Bennett, aged 3 mo* In thiseity, 14th inst, Anna R, daughter of Johnson Rideout. Jr, aged 14 months. in Wesi Bath, 11th inst, William II, son of Mr Ezra Brown, aged 7 years. In Phijisburg, 14lh inst, Chapman J Whitmore, aged 10 years. In Biooklyn, N Y, 4lh Inst, Mr John A Heath, former ly of this city. In Newcastle, 4lli inst, Miss Mary A Baker, aged 23 tears and 24 days. In Dockland, 29lh ult, Mr Wra Perry, aged 82. EASTERN TIRES PORT OF BATH. ARRIVED. Tiiuusday, Feb 10. Brig Clara Ellen, French, Savannah. Sell (ieo l)avis, Oliver, Boston. C LEAKED. Brig Catherine Nickels, Nickels, Malanzas. Sch Hal owell, Arcy, Rockland. Satuhday, Feb 12. ARRIVED. Sch Convoy, McFaddcn, Boston. Sch Exeter, Snow, Boston. SAILED. Brig Martini, Allen. Savannah. Brig Metallack, Alley, Philadelphia. Sch Hudson, Berry, Cuba. Monday, Feb 14. ARRIVED. Sell Mexico, Lloyd, Wilmington, via Boston. SAILED. Brig Monccllo, Clifford, Georgetown, SC. DISASTERS. Ship Sea Queen, of Hath, Mauson, at N York fm Ha vre, had very heavy westerly gales on the passage, and lost sails, Ac. Ship Stalira Monte, at N York fm Glasgow, had very had weather, and shipped large quantities of water ; llec 2>, in a heavy gale, Ihi 48 20, Ion 27j, sprung mizen topinast; 28th, sprung mainmast, near the truss band : 27lli, shifted cargo, stove several casks of hl'-achiug pow der and soda ash, and disabled pumps. She leaked bad ly, and at times had three or four feet of water in her hold. Ship Italy, of Bath, (from New Orleans for Genoa,) abandoned, was boarded at sea 3d inst, lat 23 15, Ion 79 25, by Capt Treat, of bark Henrietta, at New York from ! New Or|, ails, who took from her 19 bales of cotton. She I appeared Hi have been on shore, as her rudder, running rigging, sails and and anchors were gone. The 1 was j towed to sea fm N Orleans loth ult, and had a cargo of 2788 bales of cotton Ship Ml Vernon, of Bath, which went ashore last fall, near river Saguenay, subsequently got off and taken to Ruebec, was sold at auction 2d inst, with all her rigging and apparel, in one lot. for account of underwriters, to Mc-sra C K Levy & Co, for $8,294. Ship Union, of Bath, Pennell, fm N Orleans for Liver pool, got upon the Quick Sands 1st inst, remained 24 hours, got off without assistance, aud probably proceed ed on her vo\ age Ship Richard Morse, of Bath, I’crry, at New York from Newport, E, had heavy weather, aud lost one suit of sails. DOMESTIC PORTS. Boston—'r 9th,schs Bangs, M’Allister, Rockland ; Director, Colby, Wiscasset ; Brilliant, Lambert. Free port. Ar 10th, brig Susan Ludwig, Hastings, Savannah-, schs Moses Fddy, Thurrell, Wiscasset ; Mary Ann, Wil liams; Areuznueudi, Pinkham ; and Herald, Oliver, henre. Cld. ship Kossuth, Percy, New Orleans* Ar 11th, ship Bennington, Young, N Orleans 21st ult ; brig Mans,u.ilia, Bailey, Tabasco; sch Mary June, Hall, hence for Norfolk. Ar 14th, hark J J Ilathorn, Brown, N Orleans 27th ult, S\V Pass 2~th. \rw York—Cld 8th inst, brig Cushnoc, Lawry, Nenvitas. Ar 9th, schs Lightfont and Coral, Rockland. Ar 13th, sells S D Hart, Rowley. Kendrirk Fish, Sltaw; J listiua, Howes ; Ontario, Haskell ; Vendovi, Bray; l.e prelette, Brown ; Lucy White, Torrey ; Melbourne, Hix and Richmond, Wood, Dockland. New Orleans—Towed to sea 28lh inst, bark J J Ilathorn. Cld 3d, hark Burlington, Winchell, Boston. Auv, bark Vesta, Percy, for New York, large part car go engaged Ar loth, brig Marshal Ney, Lillia, New York. Cld 3d, ships Lisbon, Cuitis, and Dirigo, Cooper, Liv erpool. San Fraucineo—Ar 2d, ship Monsoon, Winsor, Boston Aug 23. Cld <>lh, ship Tropic, Smith. Chnrleatou—In the offing 7th, ship Jeannie W Paine, Whitney, Brist< 1 E. Sid 18th, ship Buena Vista, Theobald, Liverpool. Savnuuah— Ar 5lh a Olh inst, brig Cardiff, Melville, Havana. Baltimore—Ar 10th, bark Jas Smith, Colburn, Franklin, La, via Key West. Philadelphia—Ar 10th, ship Rio Grande, Ryan, Liverpool. Below abt 11th, brig Wm Crawford, fm Cardenas Newport—Ar lllh.schs Harbinger, Leprelette, Ven dovi, Ontaiio, Melbourne, Gazelle, and Richmond, Rock land for New York. FOREIGN PORTS. Ar at Bordeaux 22d ult, ship Marion, Fiitner, Havre, load for New Orleans. At Matanzas 88th ult, brig Phoebe A Paige, Linnekin, fm Philadelphia, ar 27th. Ar at Cardenas 3d inst, bark Orline St John, Rodbird, unc. SPOKEN. 2 dnv'sVns 10r lo,ii70 25’ h"rl1 Bcnj Adams, Cornish, ’r»n Mob,le> and throwing over would proceed m. vo%geS8el~WaUle<1 "° “8«i*‘ta»ce and CharltsionVor A ttakapas.b"8 8‘el,,*en You’‘> 11 d» % Inauguration Ball! —AT— Granite Dali, Sagadahoc! Honse —ON — FRIDAY EVEXISTG, MARCH 4, 1853. MANAGERS, All, without distinction of party, are invited to attend T G Stockbridge, 1 T J Southard, > _ H W Owen, I J J Hathom, f Richmond J II Allen, l n,,th WmC Grant, F I) Sewall, f Uat“' E Balchelder < Gardiner. D Gilman, G W Stanley, > J W Frye, J J G Sawyer, j *“?«*"»• Hiram Fuller, ? A J Stone, Brunswick A G Stinchfleid, \ Hallowell. John Bahson, l J John F Berry, l'hipsburg. Titos Johnson, J ” Chas W Fatten, Georgetown. W E Berry, Bowdoinham. W"m B Glazier, Newcastle. Arnold Blaney, Bristol. William Berry, Rockland. Music by Locke’s Band. Tickets. $3,50_including supper—to be obtained of the Managers, hnd at the 8a gadahock House. Dancing to commence at 8 o’clock. Bath City Grays! ATTENTION! ! THE members of the “Bath City Grays” are hereby notified that the regular Spring Drill Meetings will commence on FRIDAY EVENING, The fourth day of March next, ut 7 o'clock at the Armory. ’ Per order of the commanding officer. Bath, Feb 10. A. J. FARNSWORTH, Clerk. oysters! I PRIME lot just received, for sale n, 75 cents per *“ bushel, or 75 cents per gullcn,for a few ua,s onlv. They are a splendid article. ROBINSON A BROTHER, Feb 15, 1R33. llarvty> Block, Prom St. HAIR RESTORATIVE. A HEALTHY and sure restorative for the Hair. preventing it from falling off, find restoring its natural appearance ami original color, when inclined to gray, making it soft and fine, without the danger tome head usual with hair dyes, and free from all disagreeable consequences. This restnrat ive, when efficiently applied, is sure to cure the head, removing dandruff and all cutaneous eruptions, while at the same time it stimulates the hair, producing a fine, glossy appearance, and restoring it to its original sliude of color The proprietor Inis received great personal benefit from the use of this article, which he has brought to it s present slate ol perfect ion by re peated and carefully t-jsted experiments, and he now offers it to the public in the fullest assurance that it cannot fail to give satisfaction when properlvnpplied. Directions accompanying each bottle. Prepared only by the proprietor, in Bath, who can furnish any amount of testimony to establish the well earned reputation of the Restorativd. Daniel larrabee. Principal Depot for the sale of the above, wholesale and retail, at Owen ,V Co’s, Front St, Bath. Bath, Feb 12, 1853. T5 Administrator’s Sale. LINCOLN, ss—Notice is hereby given, that by vir tue of a licence dated Jan 3, 1353, to tne granted, by the Judge of Probate, within and for the Comity ol Lincoln, there will he exposed for sale at public auc tion, on Saturday, the 26il. day of March, 1853, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon,so much of the real estate of Joseph Tarr, late of Bowdoin, including the reversion of the widow's dowertherein, as will produce 1 he stmt of #117285. lor the payment of lite just fields of said deceased, charges of administration and incidental charges. Saul real estate is situated in Howdoiu, County of Lincoln, and being the northerly half of the old Jordon Grover farm so called, the homestead where the said Tarr last lived, formerly owned by Horton Grover.son of Jordon Grover, late of Bowdoin, de ceased, and bounded as follows:—westerly by land of Isaac Gr ver—northerly by laud owned by Abel Gro ver-easterly by land owned by Timothy Buker— southerly by land owned by Harvey McManus, of Brunswick, containing forty acres more or less with the buildings thereon. For further particulars refer ence may he had to Registry of Deeds, Western Dis trict, two deeds, recorded Fcl> 19lh. 1851, one of said deeds, a guardian deed, F.lisha Malonn given in Jo seph Tarr, dated Feb 21, 1P48, this deed is to convey one undivided half of the above described premises. A warranty deed, Levina Malonn and William Mil loon given to Joseph Tarr, dated Feb *22, 1348, inclin ing to convey one undivided half of the real estate of Horton Grover, that is one half of forty acres, more or less, above described, the widow’s dower lias been setofT in the above named premises. Also, one pew in the North Baptist Meeting House, in Bowdoin. all the right the said Tarr hud in the above described property will lie sold at the door of the house on the premises. Conditions made known at the lime of sale HUMPRIIRV PUHINTON, Administrator on said Tarr's estate, Bowdoin, Felt 9,1853. 3w35 “spuing stylFIiats. A new and superior style of Men’s KERSEY IIATS for sale by L. S. FISHER. Notice. ALT. persons having demands again ft the City of ™ Hath, will please hand them to the City Clerk, on or before, the 20lli insl. K K. HARDI Nix, Chairman Both, Feb 13, 1853. ol Com on recounts. Girl Wanted. TO do the work in a small fntnily . To n capable ami faithful girl good wages wiil lie given . None oth ers need apply. Inquire at this office. Bath, Feb 9, 1S53. 3w31 LEONARD SCOTT A CO’S LIST OF British Periodical Publications, DELIVERED inall the principal cities in the Uni ted Slates, tree of postage, and forwarded by mail, under the provisions ol the lute post.office law, at met el j’ nominal rates. The Lon dun Quarterly Review (Conservative) The Kfliiibiirith Review (W big) Tlie North British Review (Free Church) The Westminster Review (Liberal) Blacliwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (Tory) Although these works are distinguished by the po litical shades above indicated, yet but a small portion of their contents is devoted to political subjects It is their litetary character which gives them their chief value, and in that they stand confessedly far above all other journels of their class. ‘Blackwood,’still under the fatherly care of Christopher North, maintains us ancient celebrity, and is, at this time, unusually at tractive, from the serial works of liulwer and other literary notables, written for that magazine, and first appearing in its columns both in Great Britain and in the United States. 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N. 15 —L S k C« have recently published, and have now for sale the ‘Farmer's Guide.’ by Henry Steph ens,cl Edinburgh, mid Prof Norton, of Yale College, New Haven, complete in 2 vols. royal octavo,contain ing l.dOO pages, listed and 000 wood engraving-._ Price in muslin binding, #0; in paper covers,for the mail, #5. 34 DeLaines at 6 1-4 cents. A NO I'HER lot of those beautiful long DeLaine Rem nants, just received at OWEN Sc CO’S. Bath, Feb 8, 1853. 34 Notice. THE copar.nership heretofore existing under the firm ofRold.isou Sc Cotton, is this day dissolved by mutu al consent. All persons having demands against the firm of Robinson Sc Cotton will present them to A T Robin son for settlement—and all persons indebted to saitl firm are requested to make payment to A T Robinson, lie be ing authorized to use the firm's name in settlement of the said firm’s business. ALFRED T ROBINSON Bath, Feb 1, 1653. CHARLES E COTTON.’ UJT The business will be conducted hereafter at the old stand of Robinson Sc Cotton, by the subscriber, as usual. 32tf A. T. ROBINSON. rrnilE subscriber has leased the above well A known establishment, on Centre 8t., where he will be happy to accommodate the travelling community and the public generally. The house lias been newly painted and put in the most perfect order; the rooms are pleasant and well ventilated, and it has been furnished throughout with new furniture, rendering it one of the pleasantest stopping places for travellers in this vicinity. Hi* table will always be supplied with the best the market affords, and no effort on big pari will be spared to secure the comfort ol his patrons. O’ Charges reasonable. JACOB McDONaLD. Bath, Feb 2, 1853. 3w32* Removal. RR. SMITH k Co. have removed their store front • the corner of Water and Federal Sts. to Elm St., at the head ol Water St., where, they hnvo filled up with as good an assortment of Family aud Ship stores as can be found in the city ol Bath, j Bath, Feb 2, 1863. 32 Business d a r b s. we iaasrtSsr&T I IT ALL ITS VARIETY SSAT8.T AHB 8BSAN.1 AT THE OFFICE OF THE SASlfSMBS V8»®S* SHIP CARVINtt, EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE BY C. A, L. SAMPSON, At the shop recently occupied by G B McLain & Co Broad St. XT Orders solicited. lf32 WILLIAM E. PAYNE, M. D., Homoeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Ofllce, Middle Street, • Neaily opposite the New Churcli Tempi*. 29 GEORGE E. U. JACKSON^ Counsellor and Attorney at Law, ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK. FRONT STREET, tf BATH. 21 JACOB S. SEWALL, CO UNSELLOR A T LA IV, —AND— INSURANCE BROKER, BATH, ME. Commissioner for Mnssnchusettsand Notary Publi*. Marine.Fire and Life Insurance effected insafeand reliable offices. Office in Moses's Block, Front St., next door to the Telegraph Office. ,f->0 J. D. YOUNG, M. D., Homoeopathist, Bath, I¥Ic. XT Residence next north of Central Church, tVash in gton Street. J. MATHEWS, XH.’d7 Physician and Surgeon, Respectfullytendershis professional,orvicenolhe i nhabiiaiiDof Bathandvicinity. Office in Granite Block. Front Street. Bath .Aug.,1850. tf, 0 J. P. PAINE, M D., 9Io3Bfco|>uthic Physician, Newcastle and Damariscotta, Me. It. T. CURRIER, D. ». S., Office at his residence, on Centre St., opposite the CITY HALL, - BATH, ME. All operations in mechan ical and Surgical Dentistry performed in a neat and per manent manner. Connected with his office, is an establishment for the manufacture of all kinds of Block Teeth, of the best quality. Den tist’* supplied to order. 881 f JOHN II. KinRALL, INSURANCE BROKER, NOTARY PUBLIC, BATH, MAINE. Commissioner for Mass, and .V. Hampshire. r."7” Marine, Fire and Life Jnsusniice effected a tthe owe.st rules i a responsible offices. ] v 11 i-—---:_ BRONSON &. SEW ALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law. Office in Pierce's Block, Front Street, BATH, MB. DAVID BRONSON. 3'J F. D. 8EWALL. PORTER & SMITH, Attorneys k Counsellors at Law, OJfice over John Hoyden's store, Front Street, HATH, ME. CHARLES It. roll TER . tf5 JACOD SMITH. «F. S. SlbVk AIil>. Ship and Insurance Broker, Office on Front Street—over Heath Co's Store. Marine.Fireund T,i reinsurance eTeeled. Cargoes for vessels .roenred —cargoes bought and soid. 5 Bath, April!, 1851. 41tf DAGUERREOTYPES. BY 1 45 Front Street 45 I. H. DUPEE, DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST, Rooms over Morrison's Carpet Store. B. O . WEEKS, Commission Merchant ami Ship Broker, —DKALKR IN— Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. Bath, March, 185*2. 4Ilf T0®HA3‘jjML mAmm't (olio AS 1ST AT CENTRAL CHURCH.) Teacher of Harmony and Thorough Case. C^7“* Tuition given on the Piano Forte and Organ. •BATE, BKB. OWEN & CO , « Auctioneers and Commission merchants, FRONT STREET, BATH. Are prepared as heretofore, to make cash advances on all kinds of Merchandise for Auction Sales. XT Houses, House Lots, Vessels, and all kinds of ou door sales attended to on the most favorable terms. II. IV. Owen. Hi J. T. Gilman. J. H. ALLEN A Co, Importers and Dealers in BAR. IROIT & STEEL, Nails, Ship Spikes, Wagon Axle Springs, Ac. McLclIaii’s Wharf. Bath, Me. J. II. Allen 1 yd(> 2.H. McLkllan. ELISHA CLARKE DEALER J,V Hooks, Stationery and Fancy Articles, School Books and Blank Books, of a I Iki nds .C/ieaytur Cash. ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK, FRONT ST, BATH, ME. Marine and Tire INSURANCE. rPIIE F RAX KLIN M ARIXE AND Ft RE I.XStJEAXCE CoM past, of New York, with a branch at Worcester, Mass,having a capital, paid in and safely invested, of $300,001), vvilltake Marine or F'ire disks at reasonable rates.— Policiesissued on application to J. SEWALL, Agent. Bath,May 22,1332. u49 FANCY GOODS. KKAMEIt A HE V ER, IMPoRTKKS 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. O-Oidersiakenfor Staple Articles in theirlineat the usual rales. «Q] ly7 DR. NOURSE HAS removed to Pearl Street,2d house west of Captain Parker’s. Office ashcretofore, opjiosite the Saga dalioek House. 4*tf HUES AiYI) SPIRITS, For Medicinal Purposes. JAMBS MITCH Kl.L has bee it duly appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen Agent far the city to sell Wines, Ac , for medicinal and mechanical purposes on ly, ngree»bl y lollie “ Ael for the snpprtssionof drink ing houses and tippling shops,'* and is now prepared lo furnish iltearticle for the above purposes at hisslore oirCentre Street. Balh,Ang 19,1852. 10t f Valentines. nK.NRY HYDF,,at ihe Bath Bookstore, ha* iiusj received a large and beauti ini .issortmenl ofV’al entiur*, from Boston and New York, lo whieb lit would invite the nitcnlion of purchasers. Built, Feb 3, 1853. 31 Kennebec and Portland Railroad. Two through Trains each way between Boston and Augusta. Winter Arrangements, Commencing December 13M,1858. TRAINS LEAVE DAILY, (Sund&ysexcopted,) aa follows: Leave Porlluudfor Rath and Augustaat 5 30 a m, l and 7 50 r m. Leave Augustafor Portland and Boston m 5,30 a m and It 45 a m. Leave Angustafor Bath,and Portland at 5 30,11 A » a m, and 1 15 r m. Leave Bathfor Portland and Boston at 0.40 a m, and 12 40 p st Leave B”th for Portland, at 0 40 a m,12 40 and 3 10 r m Leave Bath forAugustn at 0 40 a m, und 1 50 and 8 25 p m. Through Tickets are sold between Augusta aud ilnllowell to Boston S3 50 Gardiner to Boston, 3 40 II ichtnond to Boston, 3 15 Uowdoinhani nod Hath to Boston, 3 00 Brunswick to Boston, 2 75 Freeport to Boston, 2 50 Rockland und Thonniston to Boston, 4 75 Warren to Boston, 4 50 Waltloboroto Boston, 4 00 j Damariscoita to Boston, 375 Wiscasset to Boston, 3 30 China to Boston. 4 25 East and Mouth Vassalboro to Boston, 3 87 Vassalboro to Boston, 375 China to Potjland, 2 15 East and North Vassalboro to Portland, 1 73 Vassalboro to Portland, 1 <55 Belfast to Portland, 3 50 Bangor to Portland, 3 75 FREIGHT TRAINS EACH WAY DAILY'. Arrangements have been made with the Eastern and P M ft P Rai I roads, whereby treight will be transpor ted between Stations aud this Road and Boston at Low Ratks, and without change of cars at Portland. All orders for freight intended for this Road must be left at No 17 .Merchants' Row. Boston. K. C. 11 YDK, Superintendent. Bath, Dec-3, 1S52. lyon’sTathairon, For Preferring and Beni (lying the Hair. Causing it to grow luxuriantly, anil giving it u soil and curling appearance, of the moss delightful character. THE K VTHAIRON neutralizes the effects of dis ease, climate and old age. in preserving und restor ing the Human Hair, even titter a Btldnees of many years , cleanses tltu scalp from DANDRUFF, aud all ns natural impurities; immediately relieves sympa thetic attacks of NERVOUS HEADACHE, And cures all cutaneous diseases of the Skin, such as Malt Rheum, Erysipelas, licit, Inflammations, ftc, Ac. Asa ’ ’ TOILET ARTICLE, For gi ving the Hair a rich, soil, glossy and curling ap pearance, nothing haseveryet been discovered to equal its iuconlested—its income-tilde virtues. It exhales the perfume of the most delightful and exotic flowers, and is tree. Irom all mineral properties, or any sub stance which can color the skin, or slain a lady’s hat For % BALD AND GRAY HEADS, It is pre-eminently beneficial. ' I he Kutliuifou has fully restored my hair, after a baldness of twelve years. A. JAY C OU It T It IG n T, 70 Band St, N Y.» Tile use ot ^tho Kulhuirou i- adopted hy the first physicians in Europe and America, and has a patron age amt -ale unprecedented in the history ol the .Vale ria Me ^ Mold hy all reputable dealers throughout North aud |Sonth America, Europe, and the Islands of the Ocean, in large handsome l> tiles, for 25 cents. Pn;flits only in ex'ensive ssle* Sold to the trade at u liberal discount, but commis sioned in no instance K THOM AS LYON, Chemist and manufacturer. I> S BARN ES, Proprietor. l(j| Broadway, N V. To whom all orders inu-t he addressed. Weeks ft Potter. 154 Washington Mt. Boston, whole sale Agents lor New England C W Atwiil, Portland. Wholesale Agent for Me. Sold in Bath by A G Pagean I N K Ellsworth. 0m34* KLiUOYAIj. Ij. s«. FiBxzxm HAS removed to the store recently occupied by Elisha Clarke and T 11 G Mars ton, where he will lie lia/tpy t" supply his old customers and the public generally, with the latest sty lea and most durable qualities of Boots, Shoes Hint Rubbers, at the lowest cash prices. Also constantly on hand, thu latest styles of Men’s and lki)s’ HATS audCAI’lS. Bath, Jan 5, 18 .3. 29tf cheaper' than" ever, At the New Granite Store ! ntllE subscribers have just received from Bcstou and i New V ork. a large stock of Dry Goods, such a Thibet- l.yone-e- A'paccas, .Mnslinde Laines, French Prints. English and American do., Broadcloths, Do« -kins, Cu.-simeres aud Mi 1 ioets, Wool Blankets, Wool and Cotton Flannels, Bay Mlale Long and Square Mini wl*. ftp. ftp, bought for cash at very low prices, und they will lie sold vorv cheap, many of them thirty per cent lower than evet before offered. Dee 28, 1852. OWEN ft CO EXCHANGE On England, Ireland and Scotland. EDWARDS (f BREWSTER, No. 4 State Street, Boston, TY’II.I. draw Bills of Exctl«4oEfor the sum of one V* pound and U| wards upon Messrs T Wigoin ft Co., London, charging live dollais the pound sterling. Are perm Itcd to refer in Boston to William Api>i.eton ft Co, I J E Thayer ft Bro, A ft A Lawrence ft Co, | J K Mills 4k Co O*- Bills of Exchange drawn as above, at current rates can be had on application to J 8 MEWaI.L. Bath, Dec 14, 1852. 27lf NEW STORE NEW CJ30DS ! Removal to Elliot House Block. ELISIll LLAKIiE HAM removed his stock ofGoods to thenew and spa lious Store, iccenlly filled up at great expense in the Elliot House, next door north of Davis Hatch’s Boot and Mlioe Store, where, ill addition to his former stock of goods, lie is now opeu.ny a rich and beautiful assortment ol Books and Fancy Stationery, BLANK AND SCHOOL BOOKM, Fancy Haskeis, Boxes, Perfumery, Shaving Soap, Pocket Books, Toys, and Fancy Goods of every description, suitnblc for the regular trade, and selected in New York, Philadelphia and U mi on, with special reference to the APPROACHING HOLIDAYS. Old friends and pam i a are respectfully invitedio call at the new stand. EL1M11A CLARKE. Bath, Dec 4, 1852. 3w25 CBRISTMIS UEfmS. A I.AltOS AND CHOICE SELECTION OF Books, Stationery, Toys, Bas kets, and Fancy Goods, Now opening at the Bookstore of SAAVl'KK a MAGOUX, Front Street. Powder and Shot. THRMT quality Sporting Powder, Buck and Common I Sun;, Waterproof Cups, Common Cap, Flasks, Shot hags, ftp , for sale by A. G. PAGE. Tamarinds, Honey, Sardines, FIESKRVEM and Jellies, of nli kinds, Canary, Hemp and Rape Meed. I’m awnv seed. Hops. Mnc carom aud Vermicelli Boiler. Water and Soda Crack ers, Soap Powder. Patent Moap fte , for sale by A. G PAGE Johnson's Linamciit, R.R. Relief; MUSTAXO r.iimmeiii, Asiatic Linament, Pain Kil ler, Poor in air* Plaster; British Oil, Harlnem 0:1, Nerve ami Bone Li»iaint*nl, Magnetic and Hebrew Plaster. Ac., A.C., for sale by A. G. PAGE Notice. A 1.1. parsons indebted to the subscriber by Note or Account are requested to rail and settle the same immediately. A ll demands over six mouths due will be left with an Attorney for collerliou, xl the ex pi ration of thirty dnys. J. 55. ROBERTS. Bath, Feb 7, IS33. 34 Baldwin Apples. <T) F\ BARR ELM Baldwin Apples for sale by -■d,F.bS,ll,M. M-r-OAS-VETT. Fresh Figs—llalaga Grapes. ( vtR ANBERRIES, New Raisins, Citron, Currants, \J Malta 11a Raisins and Preserved fruits of all kinds lor sale by A. G. PAGE. DECEIVED, this day at life store on Elm si.,ant) II for-ale, 2500 bushels mealing corn, flour, lard, ho.\ raisins, cheese, smoked beef, teas, coffee, (*kl A1* - j fte.. fte. Old II) son Ten, Young do do. Oolong do Niwgvotig do, Sperm Oil, Burning Fluid, ftp. Bath, F«b 2. £ Ji SMITH ft CO TRASK’Sfi—1 ALTERATIVE AND |TONIC, For the Hair. THE valneof lliisudmirable preparation is too w«>! known in this cotninnniiy to need any extended no tice or commendution; und the proprietor feel* that ii isonly necessary for liim to call the attention of the public to the fact that for matting of the hair,hoar inoa*. decoloration.baldness, Ac , it has noeqeal,uud noon* whoprizes this useful and ornamental appendage «i the head should be without it. For sale by the subscriber, at his sh*p oppoaitttka Sugadabock House, and by Sawyer A Magouti,Henry Hyde.Magoun A Stinson,aud W. B Stearns. r H TRASK. Bath,Apr28,1852. 4* - Fall Style Hats! JUST RECEIVED AT _FISHER’S Boys’ ThbkBoots. A PRIM Eassonm.n. of Box.' Thick and K.p B.ot. _ j w ROSKRTS*. Buckwheat, Sump, Farina, CORN Starch. Maccaroni, Venuucelli. Saao Tanio ca. Pearl Burley. Artow-ioot, Potato Starch Isin glass, Gelatine, Irish Moss, Cocoa, Canary Send en roll, Currant*. Sultana Raisins, Mace amt Yeast Pow* der, for sale by M F GANNETT Nov 23, 1652 Old Fashioned Rubbers. ALARG K stock of Ladies'imported Rubbers is now "pen at J. W. ROBERTS’. Bath, Nov 30, 1S52. 24 Just Opened* A GOOD assortment of Men’s Thick Bsoot »f extra quality at j . \V ROBKRTi’ MARINE AND FERE INSURANCE, BY STOCK OFFICES. pKLEG. WADSWORTH will effect Marin. Risk* *"J *•' descriptions, at current rates, for the Rover " *ll*niM* and .Mr reliant*,’ Insurance C'wu.— pniucn.Providence, R I,und Old Colony Co. Ply mum li, Mas*. # ? 7 Also, insurance against loss or damage bv fire by the above,and by the Hartford and Etna lasar ance Companies Hurtloid Conu. Dwelling houses, under the most favorable circum stances, taken for 1 per cent, for tbe ter n of five years, by the Hartford Co. LIFE INSURANCE, On home and California Risks, taken at the lowest rates, by respous.ble offices. Apply la the Agent, at the Lincoln Insurance Office, oral his dwelling house, v few steps east of the Saga* duliock House. 0m22* STOVES. A LARGKassorimentofCooking, Parlor,and Store Stoves,of the most approved patterns.now selling by I lie subscribers at gkkatly ksubckii prices. Also,constantly on hand. Coal Hods. Shovels. Sift ers. Stove Funnel/Sad-Irons, Tilt and Copper Ware of every description,and all other articles usually krptiu a Itardwnresiore. MITCHELL A LOW Hath.Jan 2». 1»52. 32 Wanted, /""’OAT, Vest and Pant makers. ^ C. E. LEE. nearly opposite Utl the Elliot Pease For Safe r ON Liberal Terms, a lot of land on M idule St, next south ol James Furrin. Cull on JAM KS COX. or Get 27. 1S52. J . KI.LSWORTH. Clocks! Clocks!! Clocks!!! A UR EAT variety, lor sale cheap by f'ept-’S. T. 11. (i. MARSTON. FIRE! FIRED THE subscriber continues to receive application* for Insurance against loss by Firs in the August* Mm mil Fire Insurance- Company, "lease , ... J. ELLSW C’KTH, Amst. Bath, Ocl. 17.1«52. ]gif Forto Bico Molasses, I^OR sale bv Aug21,18/2. M F. GANNETT. Sail Lott t© Let on McLellan’s Wharf. ON K ofthe best Lofts in the city, formerly occupied by Arthur Brown, well fitted in every respest — Possessioneaj« be given immediately, on npplivaticn to Jn" if_JAMES McLELLAN J. B. HUDSON Has Removed to Front Street, III the st°-« recently occupied by Charles Russel— FI RNITl'KK of all descriptions on band. Coffins furnished at short notice. O.'d work repaired and panned. a6lf RE MOVAL. T. II. «. nilMTON nASremoved his slock to the new Store."formerly ilte Kilim House, nexi door to Davis Mulch's, where he will be h ippy to wait upon the public, anil sell them any quantity of Watches, Jewelry,or Fancy Goods.cheap ' Bath, Dec 9, 1852. Arcordcons and Flutiuas, A GOOD tssortinaul, lorsulc hv Sept29 H. G.T. MARSTON. New Boston Hams and Northern Lardy TN fine order, for sale at the Cilv Market, hv 1 A. G PAGE. m- SORE EYES, YTR. William B Trufant—Dear Sir— Asa duty to All you and all mankind, I most sincerely acknmil edgeiue great henefit I have received from the use ef your Compound and Ointment for ihe cure of Null Rlieuin, Ac. Having suffered much with the disease in my eyes for a number of years, without receiving any relief from our Physicians. I applied to one of the • most .celebrated Physician* in Boston, follow ing the direction* for t too years, without receiving any benefit whatever. I came to the conclusion ihut there w as no help for me. While di»pairing of ever receiving any help, I ac cidentally saw your medicine advertised. 1 /inmedi ately purchased and applied it to my eyes, and to my great j y I found my eyes getting heller in a short tune, and in two months were well, and have re mained so this lime (five years) 1 have also recom mended it to others, and have seen the same good effect upon them. Yours truly, Camden, Jan >, 1353. AUSTIN SWEETLAND. N B —In case of Sore Eye* the ointment should he used sparinely. For sale iu this city by A. G. Page and at the Rath Hook Store; Brunswick, W m Baker and K T Gatcliell; and by Druggists generally. Price *1 — with fulldirections. Hji t Fresh Buckwheat and Syrup. CRACKED Wheat.Herring, Tapioca Sago. Hulled Barley. Arrow Root, Corn March, Faiiua, A* , for sale hy A. G. PAGE. GREAT DISCOUNT IN PRICES OF (j£KIDCJDI13S£3 3 FROM this date milil further notice the Inrge and exiensive stock of Dry Goods in the Granite Store will he sold for cash, at price* greatly reduced from our former low rales, a* the siock .11list be Closed olT To make room for a new Spring slock. The stock consists of BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMEh'ES DOE SKIXS. salineiis, Dress Silks. Alpncca*. Delating*, Cashmeres,Thibet*.LADIES CLOTHS and CLOAK tfiGS. Flannels, Prints, Ginghams, Ac. A laige stock of Bay Slate Long & Square SliawlH Cashmere and Black dilk do.. Gloves and Hosier Embroideries, Veils. Dress Trimmings, Scarf*. Hrikts, Hoods, Comforters, Gem's Drawers and Undershirts' Ac. ALSO LINEN GOODS! A very extensive stock, such it* bleached and brown Covers. Damasks, Diaper. 1. C Hdkfs, A c. The above slock embraces an amount of more than Ten Thousand Dollars! And every article will he marked down al prices which ernnot rail to suit Ihe purrhr »er. Determined that the repu ation of onr Store as THE C heat Store of the City shall be maintained, ihe cit izunsof Bnh and others visiting the city are inviied to call, 10 g*e, exarninr, and to avail themselves of rare opportunities to make rich bargains. Remember the Auction S'ore, Granite Block, next Sngadshock OWEN A CO. Bath, Jan 19.1353. 31tf DR. LANGLEY’S ROOT AND HERB BITTERS. Only !S and 37 I S cents per Bottle. THOSE who are wise will be wise fn> themselves, and when they are troubled with LiverComplaint, Jaundice, Indigestion, Billiou*. sour or weak Stomach, sick nr Jizav Headache, C iughs or Colds, Weakness, Loss of Appetite, will seek ihe proper remedy. Eor the above complaints, and particularly piles, cos'ive ness, bad humors,and all disease* arising from an in active Liver, no medicine can he belter Ihpn Langley's Bitter*. Root*, herb* and barks—the best in nature’s stole, Fiom broad Atlantic to Pacific’s shore ; From north to south their healing virtues lend And in these Bitters proves the people’s friend. The bottles large—the price for one is small. Try them, the pledge is Iife and health to all; Pleasant to take—in seasons cold or warm, Always does good and never harm. Wholesale Depot, 97 Union Street, Boston. For * Bath hy A G Pag*, Dr J Mathew* and all. 4 in medicine. 6n.SH*