Of the Maine Annual Conference of the M.
£. Church for 1853.—(Held at Biddeford
during the week ending May 31.)
Portland District.— A. Sanderson, P. E.
Portland—Chestnut st., J. Colby—Pine st.,
J. C. Aipinwall—Congress at., William Mc
Donald. Cumberland and Yarmouth, U.
Rideout. Casco Bay Islands, to be supplied.
West Cumberland, L. B. Knight. Gray,
Windham and Raymond, S. H.-I obey.—
Cape Elizabeth and Brown’s Hill, S. W.
Pierce. CapeJ5li**beih Ferry, A. P. Hill
man. Scarboro’, Win. II. Strout. York, F.
C. Ayer. Scotland, to be supplied. Eliot,
John Cobb. South Berwick, Josiah Hooper.
Berwick, S. S. Cummings. Alfred, John
Mitchell. Hollis and N. Biddeford, A. Tur
ner. Cape Porpoise, to be supplied. Ken
nebsnkport, E. Robinson. Kennebunk P.
Centre, J. Stone. Kennebunk, F. A. Cralta.
W. Kennebunk, to be supplied. Newfield, J.
Rice. W. Newfield, P. Libby. Baldwin,
J. M. Woodbury. Hiram and Brownfield,
to be supplied. Cornish, to be supplied.—
Porter, to be supplied. Saco, J. C. Perry.
Biddeford, C. F. Allen. S. Biddeford, B.
Lufkin. Standish, C. C. Mason. S. Stand
ish, to be supplied. Buxton, S. Amhose.—
Gorham, C. W. Morse. Saccarappa, W. F.
Gardiner District.— H. Nickerson, P. E.
Gardiner, G. Webber. Richmond, A. Al
ton. Bowdoinham, A. F. Barnatd. Bath,
P. Jaques. Bath, miss., H. M. Blake. Phipi
burg, to be supplied. Brunswick, J. Hawkes
—M. Wight, sup. Lisbon, Sabatisville, A.
Greene. Durham, C. Andrews. Pownnl,
C. C. Cored. E. Poland, T. Hillman. Lew
iston Falls, B. Foster. Otisfield, to be sup
plied. Bridgton and Naples, to be supplied
Waterford, S. Ranks. Level, E. K. Colby.
Fryeburg, P. C. Richmond. Bartlett, lo be
supplied. Stowe, to be supplied. S. Paris,
to be supplied. Oxford and Mechanic Falls,
B. Burnham. Norway, A. Hatch. N. Par
is and Greenwood, to he supplied. Bethel,
S. B. Chase. Hanover, D. Dyer. RumforJ,
J. Hastings. Peru, E. G. Dunn. Liver
more, C. Mugford. Monmouth, II. II. Stinch
field. S. M. Vail, Professor in BiblicalaIn
Readfikld District. —D. B. Randall, P.
nniiowen, k>. u. v^one. Augusta, 11. u.
Abbott—J. Young, sup. Augusta, miss., to
be supplied. Sidney, T. J. True. E. Head
field and Kennebec Centre, R. J. Ayer.—
Waterville and Kendall's Mills, D. Water
house. Fairfield, W. H. Foster. Solon, to
be supplied. Madison and Anson, to be sup
plied. Skowhegan, J. M. Jenne. New
Portland, to be supplied. Strong to be sup
rlied. Phillips, S. B. Brackett. Industry,
. Lord. Mercer and Norridgewoclt, J. Ger
ry. New Sharon, Farmington Falla and
Vienna, C. Stone and J. Farrington, sup.—
Farmington, J. McMillan. Wilton, to be
supplied. Fayette, D. Copeland. Wayne
and Leeds, T. Hill. Winthrop, C. Munger.
Kent’s Hill and N. Wayne, J. C. Prince.—
Mt. Vernon, to be supplied. Maine Wesley'
an Seminary, H. P. Torsey, Principal, F. A.
Robinson, teacher of Languages, Stephen
Allen, Agent of the Board of Education of
the Maine Conference.
Next Conference will assemble at Skow
hegan on the 24th of May, 1S54.
Maine Medical Association.
The Maine Medical Association held its
first annual meeting at Winthrop Hall, Au
gusta, Wednesday, June 1st. The meeting
was called to order at 11 o’clock, A. M., by
Dr. Isaac Lincoln, of Brunswick, President
of the Association. Tha Association then
proceeded to the business for which they had
assembled, viz. : to more thoroughly perfect
their organization. The constitution and
by-laws were adopted, with such amendments
as seemed best adapted to carry out the ob
jects of the Association. On motion of Dr.
Hill, of Augusta, a committee of five were ap
pointed by the President to nominate officers
for tiie ensuing year, viz:
Drs. Briggs, of Augusta,
, Fuller, of Bath,
Davis, of Portland,
Barton, of Vassalboro,
who reported the following gentlemen as of
ficers for the ensuing year:
Drs. James McKeen, of Topsham, Presi
J. T. Gilman, Portland, l Vice
N. Monro, &lfnst. $ Presidents,
II. H. Hill, Augusta, Treasurer,
-Boutelle, Watetville, Rec. Sec’y,
T. G. Stockbridge, Bath, Cor. Sec’y.
A large representation from nearly every
county in the State, comprising over one hun
dred physicians, was in attendance, and all
nppeared determined to do all in their power
to make the medical profession in Maine
stand equal with any of her sister states. —■
Somerset & Kennebec Railroad.
It gives us great pleasure to announce to
our readers, and all interested in the con
struction of the S. &. K. R. R., that the
amount required ;u be raised in order to in
sure the building of a Railroad from Augus
ta to this place, to wit, $300,000, has been
subscribed, and the work will be commenced
At a stockholders meeting, held at Water
ville on Tuesday last, the Directors were in
structed to close the contract forthwith. The
terms of the lease wiih the Kennebec & Port
land Road have also been arranged and
closed. The construction of the road is now
placed beyond a question, and notwithstand
ing the unpnrallelled efforts which have been
made by those opposed to this road, to make
the public believe that it would not be a pay
ing road, the community have every confi
dence that it will not only pay six per cent.,
but that in point of buisness facilities it will
be worth double that sum to the citizens of
this County.—Skoichegan Clarion.
Colonists for Africa.—We learn that a
company of more than ninety colored emi
grants arrived last Thursday night in the vi
cinity of this city, to await their embarkation
for Liberia, in the bark Adelaide, from New
York. These emigrants area very respecta
company, from Tennessee, and are in charge
of two clergymen of the Presbyterian and
Methodist churches. They will be joined
here by several intelligent families of free
people of color, residing in this city, and from
other parts of this State.—Savannah Georgi
an 28Ih uU.
Accident.—On Monday last, Mr. Pease,
of Monmouth, in company with his wife, her
mother, and a small child, attempted to cross
the Androscoggin, at Hillman's Ferry in Liv
ermore ; they bad proceeded but a short dis
tance, when the horse became frightened and
backed off the boat into the water, and im
mediately sank with the wagon. The seat
of the wagon, on which were the two ladies
and the child, being loose, rose to the sur
face and commenced floating down stream.
The nccideot was seen from the shore, and
two men in a small boat started in pursuit
of this novel craft, which they succeeded in
overtaking after it had floated down stream
about one hundred rods. The ladies were
rescued from their perilous situation, with no
other damage than a severe welting. The
horse was drowned.—Lewiston Journal.
Man Stabbed.—On Friday afternoon last,
a man by the name of-Petty* a French
Canadian, was stabbed by James Crosby,
both belonging to this city. Some highly of
fensive language had been used by both par
ties towards each other in the store ofWm.
Stone, on Church street, when going out Per
ry dared Crosby out on the sidewalk, who
followed him into the street, and taking his
knife from his pocket, deliberately opened it
and stabbed him just under the fifth rib. He
was immediately taken before Judge Will
iamson, where he underwent an examination,
and was ordered to find bail in 9500 for re
appearance for further examination. Not
being able to get immediate bail he was re
manded to jail, but was subsequeatly releas
ed, Messrs. A. G. Jewett and A. Hayford
becoming bondsmen. Perry will recover.—
Squatt***.—A few days air.ce, a house at
Malden was vacated by the person occupy
ing it, and .the owner after painting, paper
ing and repairing, loeked it up, and let it to
a family who were to take possession about
the 1st of June. A day or two after, a friend
living in Malden met the owner and con
gratulated him on letting hia house so soon,
and remarked that he had in a large family.
‘Family,’the owner replied, '1 have let in no
family.’ ‘Well, your house is occupied by a
family consisting of fourteen grown persona.’
A visit was immediately paid by the owner,
and to hia surprise be found a large faintly
domiciled in his house, without leave or li
cense. On ordering them out, the head of
the household presented a certificate from a
doctor that he was in ill health, and that it
was not safe to remove him.
Alter some very hard words, the squatters
succeeded in driving off the man. The next
day, an officer was sent to warn them out,
but it was no use, they would not budge, and
on the third day one of the daughters broke
a fiddle over the head of the owner, who in
her estimation was a little impudent. For
two weeks, these attempts were continued,
and at last proved successful, and the family
was ejected.—Boston Traveller.
A Singular Case.—A few days since, an
old man, one of the inmates of the County
poor house at Indianapolis, while engaged in
a scuffle with Henry Hoagland, an idiotic
puaper, was bitten hy him on tho little finger
of the left hand. As the wound was hut
alight, little attention was paid to it till the
next morning, when, inflamation having com
municated to the whole arm, Dr. Funkhouser
was called. He immediately applied reme
dies to stop the the further spread of the in
flnrnation, but without success ; the man be
came delirious, and died two days afterwards,
evidently from the poison communicated to
his system by the bite on the finger.
Foreign Money Prohibited in Mexico.—
The Mexican government has ordered the
circulation of foreign money to be discontin
ued in Mexico, declaring such circulation an
abuse that is in violation ot established laws;
and it has directed that all such money be
deposited at the mints, in order that it may
be convened into Mexican coin, and where
its value will be paid.
The Democratic Republicans of PHIPS
BURG are requested to assemble at the Town
House on Saturday, the 11th inst., at four
o'clock in the afternoon to choose a Town Com*
mittee for the ensuing year. Also to select
two delegates to the State Conrention to b£
held at Bangor on the 30th inst.
Nath’l C. lieed
Wm. W. Ileal
James L. Todd
Timothy W. Todd
l’hipsburg, June 7th, 1853.
Mark L. Wildes
Nath’l S. Todd
Geo. P. Todd
S. W. Cushing
The Balm of Thousand Flowehs.—The immense
sale of this invaluable article for the the toilet suffi
ciently proves the estimation in which it is held by
the ladies. For removing tail from the complexion,
as a dentifrice for the teeth, or for promoting the
growth of the hair, it has no equal.
Sold by Sawyer Ac. Maooum and Wm. B. Stearns
It. It. It.
Makes the stomach clean and healthy, and the breath
sweet and fragrant. Sick Headache. .Mrs-, aged
•10 years of full habit, had suffered withthesick head
ache lor ten years; she has used six bottles of Rad
way s Ready Relief, she has not been troubled for sev
eral months. Treatment. Heady Relief ‘JO drops ev
ery m 'ruing, internally, to cleanse and correct the
stomach- liutlie the head with the Relief externally.
Take one of Kadway's Regulators per day to regu
late the bowe Is.
Rus^of Blood, and Throbbing Pains in the. Head.—
Bathe the head every morning with cold water; add
to a bowl ol water a table spoonful of Relief, rut) the
head, neck and temples well with the Relief and wa
ter; lake 20 drops of Relief internally ; regulate the
bowels with Railway’s Regulators.
R. R. R. NO, 2.
RADWAY’S RENOVATING RESOLVENT,
Re.vovatixg, because it renovates the system and
makes the blood pure, rich and healthy, and imparts
strength to the nerves.
Resolvent, because it resolves away from the sol
ids all diseased deposits. Price SI per bottle.
R. R. R. NO. 3.
RAD WAY’S REGULATORS.
Mild and plensanl in their operation, to regulate the
bowels and cleanse ttie system irotn all putrid and
acrimonious liu t ors. Good at a'l times. Time, five
hours. Small dose* regulate. I.urge doses purge.—
Taken in doses of from one to eight.
Three Regulators are an ordinary dose, and will
empty the bowels of thei: refuse matter in a few
1st—They cleanse the stomach from all foetid or
diseased humors, and leave it sweet, clean, pure and
2— They produce upon the skin a free perspiration,
open the pores and give a regular healthy action tea
3— They purge from the skin, the secretions, the
bowels, the stomach and every function in the system
all morbid and unhealthy humors.
In serious cases, where prompt and immediate at
tention is required, and a general operation of the
bowels demanded, five to eight Regulators will pro
duce the most beneficial results.
In all Fevers, Typhus, Scarlet or Billious,
Take from one to three Regulators every hour, un
til a free and powerful evacuation is produced.
Rad way's Regulators are pure, safe, quick and
powerful; but mild and pleasant in their operations.
Price of Radway’s Regulators, 25 els per box , con
taining 30 Regulators.
RAD WAV A CO., 102 Fulton Street, N Y.
Agents.—A. G. Page and N, K. Ellsworth.
Bath; Edmund Dana, Wiscassel; Wm Gaichell,
Brunswick; J C Ttlibets, Lisbon; G F Thicker nnd
Samuel Richards, Bowdoinhain; David Newbegiu.
A CURE FOR -LIFE SECURED!
Hr. Upliam's Internal Kcincdy,
IjtOR the cure of Piles, Inflammation of the Liver ami
. Spleen; Inflammation, Soreness and Ulceration of
the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Bladders; Inflam
matory and mercurial rheumatism: Impurity of blood,
weakness and inflammation of the Spine ; and for lhe
relief of married Ladies.
THE VEGETABLE PILE ELECTUARY
Is the only really successful remedy tor that dangerous
and distressing complaint, llte P1LKS, ever oflered to
the American public
Mark this: it is an Internal Remedy, not an external
application, and will cure any cate of Piles, either
bleeding or blind, internal or external, and probably
the only thing that will.
It is very mild in its operation, and may be taken in
eases of most acute inflammation without danger.—
This medicine attacks the disease at its source, uiid re
moving the cause, renders the cure CERTAIN AND
To Married Ladies.—Tite Electuary is perfectly
safe for Pregnant Ladies; and the most useful cathar
tic that can possibly be used, as it will not onl v remove
the piles and all inflammatory diseases, WITHOUT
PAIN OR IRRITATION, but will ensure an easy
time, a safe delivery, and a sound constitution in the
Bold wholesale and retail in Bath, by A G l'ngr,
Bole Agent for the Proprietor. 1 y-O
Cod Liver Oil and Lime.—It has now become a
settled fact that there is nothing yet discovered so effi
cacious for coughs, consumption and ali pulmonary
complaints, as the Cod Liver Oil, with the preparation
of Lime combined. The public are indebted to Dr Al
exander B Wilbor, No I S# Court, corner Hu'Jinrh, St,
for this invaluable medicine, from whom we can only
get the genuine. We would advise every one who
is afflicted with complaints above mentioned, to try
this preparation oP the Oil without fail. We have
seen it tried with the happiest results.
A. G. Page. Bole Agent for Bath. 6rn4 5
For Restoring and Bcautifyinflhc Hair.
The most delightful Toilet A rticle and effective rem
edy for Dandruff and nervous headache in the world.
Price only 25 cents, in large bottles.
D S BARNES, Proprietor,
ImoO l(Jl Broadway, New York.
OWING to the great quantities of SPURIOUS Re
bel* now in the market, each Bottle of the GEN
UINE RADWAY’S READY RELIEF, offered for
sale in the Statk of Maine, must have an extra label,
hearing the signature of H. 11. HAY, Wholesale and
Retail Druggist, Portland, General Agent for Maine.
Purchase none without this label. 3tnl4
Rend! Read !
Ocer 950 Bottles are daily manufactured and
Sherry Wine Bitters.
And still the cry is more! more! more' We sup
pose the reason that everybody buys and takes them
is because tlicv are made of ROOTS and HERBS
which are sure to do good and never do injury: such
as Rock Rose, Wintergreen, Sarsaparilla, DoJk Root
Dandelion, Wild Cherry, Prickly Ash, Thoroughwort,
Poplar Bark, Ac., the great remedies for \\ eakuess,
IjOs* of Appetite, Liver Complaints, and an unhealthy
stale of tiie stomach, bowels and blood. The ladies all
like them for they make clear skin, rosy cheeks and
good health, and are so nice tot he taste as to be really
delicious ; and all say—T love them for they are bound
to do me good.’
Sold everywhere for the low price of 25 cents for a
Eint bottle, and 70 cents only for the mammoth bottle,
olding two quarts.
B. R. Clarke, Sharon, Mass, Sole Proprietor.
R R SMITH A CO.,
6m13 * Wholesaleau<i retgil agents, Eirn st, Bath
In (his city, Wednesday morning, at Grace Church, by
Rev Frederick Gardiner. Charles D Jameson., Bsq, of
Bangor to Miss Julia A L, daughter ofUon Jacob Smith,
of this city.
In this city, 1st Inst, by Rev C F Allen. Mr Charles
W. Magoun to Miss Annie E Mars, adopted daughter
of Hon E Clarke.
In this city, 4th inst, at the Bagadahock House,by Rev
J Crehorc, John H Woodside to Frances E Merry man,
both of Brunswick.
In Portland, 30th ult, George E B Jackson, Esq, of this
city, to Miss Cornelia 8, daughter ol the late Kev P 8
In Rockland, Mr Joseph II Flint ofR.toMiss Rooksley
M Robinson of Wnrren ; Mr Isaac Stall to Miss Mary E
Jui ksoii, both of Warren.
In Richmond, 29lh ult, Mr Albert B Blanchard of R, to
Miss Jane A Lord of Hallowed.
In Hallowell, Mr John W Glidden of II, to Miss Mary
E Blanchard of Chelsea.
In Harpswell, 28th ult, Mr Hiram Merrimaa to Miss
Eliza A, daughter of Abram Allen, F.sq, all of H.
In Webster, Mr John M Jameson of Lewiston to Miss
Eithera II Sanborn of W.
At sea, 25th ult, Miss Ella C, daughter oi^Scott J
Tallinim, Esq, of this city, aged 22.
Miss Tallman was on her return from the South, where
she had spent the winter in company with her parents,
in the hope of improving her health. She was a young
lady of rare personal merit, and beloved by all who en
joyed her acquaintance. Such it life. Earth’s lovlicst
(lowers are blasted, and the ties ol affection sundered
when their continuance seems most desirable Truly,
the ways of Omnipotence are “past finding out.” To her
it was a glad exchange, but a place is left vacant in the
family, and the circle in which she moved that can never
he Ailed. Com.
In this city, 4th inst, Martha J Brainard, aged 17 years.
Bangor papers please copy.
In this city, 6th inst, Mary F Lablan, aged 2 years.
In this city. 30th ult, Frederick W, child of Mr David
Clifford, aged 5 months.
In Winthrop, 21st ult, of consumption, Mr Lightbourn
N, sou of the late Capt E Fitlz, of this city, aged 30.
In Freedom, 28th ult, Mr Benjamin Cummings, aged
In Barrington, N II, 29th ult, Mr Peter T Clark, aged
m MAIINI JOURNAL, m
PORT OF BATH.
Thursday, June 2.
Dr sch Edwin Botsford, Edgett, Monkton, NB.
Ur sch 'William, Hawes, Monition, Ml.
Ilrsch Telegraph, M’Doimld, Prince Edward Island.
Ur sch Edwin liotsford, Edgett, Monkton, NU.
Sell Adriana, Saigent, Portland.
Saturday. June 4.
Brig Pamaho Adams, Wilmington, NC.
Brig Orizova, Morse, Belfast.
Sch Adeline, Reed, Petticodiac, NB.
Sunday. June 5.
fir.h Lucy Anni, Lowden, Londonderry, NS.
Sch Comet, Briggs, Calais.
Monday June 6.
Sch Garden, Pratt. Portland.
Sch Moscow, Dttnhain, Boston.
Sch Merom, Chase, Maitland, AS.
Tuesday June 7.
Sch Exeter, Snow, Boston.
Ship Marshfield, of Hath, at N York fin Liverpool, had
main topgal'antmast carried away, aud head of main top
mast sprung 1st ult, lat 5.3J, Ion 15.
Boston—Ar 1st, hark Undine. Merryinan, N Orleans
9th tilt, SW Pass 10th
Ar 2d, setts Niagara, Call, Gardiner; Santa Maria,
Ar 3d, bark Isnardon, Adams, New Orleans 9th ult, 8W
Cl.I 4th, ship Costella, J W Gray,Havana ; bark James
Smith. Colburn, Constantinople; brig H W Moncure,
Ar 5th, sell Marblehead. Blackington, Thornaston.
Ar tith, schs Ann, Pray, Dresden ; Mary Adams, Mer
rill, Gardiner ; Gazelle, Pool, Augusta.
Xew York—Ar 31st, ship Kinmu Fields, Crowell,
Liverpool 29 ; sch Superior, Rockland.
Cld sell M»ry Wise, Crockett, Wilmington, NC.
Sid, ship Windward.
Ar 1st, ship Henj Adams, Drummond, Liverpool ; schs
Senate, Atlantic, It B Pitts, Hay state I, Dyer, Albany
Packet, Fountain and Patriot, Rockland.
Ar 2d, ships Mar-ltfield, Torrey, and Saratoga, Collin,
Ar 3d, sells Lanton Dean and Mt Vernon, Rockland;
ship New England, Preble, Newport, E 38.
Ar 4lli, sells Melbourne aud Minerva, Rockland.
Ar 5th, ship Slatirn Morse, Lawton, Glasgow.
Xfw Orli-uua—Cld 24 th, ship liio Grande, Percey,
Adv, ships Falcon, for Loudon, gteater part cargo en
gaged ; Olseonlhe, for Liverpool, wtg 50(1 bales.
Adv abt 25th, ship Saxon, for Liverpool, nearly all cat
Cld 27tli, ship Sarah Purrington, Melcher, New York ;
bark T A P Woodward, Slurlevant, do.
Bnlilauere—Ar 4th inst, brig Forrester, Oliver,
Alrxnndrin—Cld 3d, steamship Fieeman Rawdon,
(irorgi'town, SC—Cld 1st sch Alvarudo, Dodge,
F/dgnrton n—Ar 4th, brig Round I’ond, Pierce,
Georgetown for Thornaston.
Jnrkaon villc—Cld prev to 28th, sch Velasco, Farn
Richmond—Cld 31st, ship Harriet Augusta, Trott,
Philadelphia—Cld 1st inst, sch Grace, Hopkins,
Savnnimh—Cld 30(h ult. brig Georgiana, Gilchrist,
Ar 2d, brig R Spear, Auld, hence.
\V ■ I in ■ ■■ g Ion, Sc—Cld 2d ill, sch Mary E Pear
son, Coombs, Rockland.
Went to sea 1st, sch Mary E Pearson, Rockland.
Fall Hirer—Ar 3d, sch Sarah Ann,-, Rockland.
Sid fm Antwerp 17th, bark Qttinnebaug, Jenkins, New
port, E, and fin Flushing same day.
At Trieste 14th ult, ship Albert Gallatin, Delano, for
In port Uth, ship Albert Gallatin, Salter, for Leghorn.
Ar at Quebec 29th ult, ship Screamer, Skolficld, New
Ar at St John, NB, 30th, sch Lucinda Jane, Wall,
Cld 27th, bark Tenaro, Ilarstow, Glasgow.
At Trinidad 10th ult, brig Stephen Young, Seyburn,
Ar at Havana 22d nit, ship M de Embil, Percy, Boston;
25th, ship Jane D Cooper, Cowell Cowes.
In port 29th ult, ships Havana, Adams, for Trieste Idg;
M de Embil, Percy, for Sagua to load for London, char
tered at £2 15 per ton, rapacity 3600 boxes.
Ar at Matanzas 25th ult, brig Win A Drew, Dunning,
Sid 21st, ship Champlain, Woodward, Cowes, (before
reported 20lh, since spoken) ; 22d, Silas Leonard, Basset,
Trieste; 2ith,bark Jane Doten, Grows, N Orleans.
In port 27th ult, bark Burlington, Winched, for Cowes,
Idg ; brig Win A Drew, Dunning, lor Portsmouth, N 11,
Sid froinMag 11:1 23d ult, bark Wyan lotte, Bryant, for
Ar at St Stephen, NB 3oth ult, new ship Lalla Rookh,
May 20, ofTD H S Keys, ship Sea Queen, fm N Orleans
May 22d, lat 26 50, ion 63 15, ship Hydra, fm Liverpool
May 29, lat 37 20, Ion 69J, was signalized ship Cham
plain, fm Matanzas for Cowes.
MARINE AND FIRE
BY STOCK OFFICES.
PEI.EG WADSWORTH will eff ct Marine Risks of all
descriptions at current rates, for the Roger AVil
IIiiiiim and Mrrchtinls' In.iirnnee Compa
nies. Providence, It I, and Old Colony Company,
Also insurance against loss or damage by fire, by the
above, and by the Hartford Insurance Compa
ny, Hartford, Conn.
Dwelling houses, under the most favorable circumstan
ces, taken I per cent, for the term of live years, by the
On home and Calfomia Risks, taken at the lowest rates,
by responsible offices.
A"ply to the Agent, at the Lincoln Insurance Office, or
nt his dwelling house, a few steps east ot the Sagadahock
FOR T H REE NIGHTS!
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
June ?lh, 8|h and 9th, the
MAGNIFICENT AND ORIGINAL DIORAMA
tickets 12J cents. Doors open at 7 o’clock ; coin
ana nas taken upon Himself that trust, by giving bond as
the law directs. And all persons having demands upon the
estate of the said Halhorn, are required to exhibit the
same, and all persons indebted to the said estate are
called upon to qiake payment.
mencing at 8.
IB hereby given, that the subscriber has been appointed
administrator of the estate of Ailmiirnm J iiHthnrn
June 6, 1853, 3«y51
Rice at Aictitn.
THE subscribers will sell at their Sale* Room, on Thurs
* day morning, June 9, at 9 o’clock, 30 Casks Superior
Carolina RICE ; boxes Fresh Ground Coffee : a few
Western Cheese ; boxes Herring, fcc, Ac.
The Rice is of superior quality, received direct from
Savannah, and all of the articles will be sold without re
serve. OWEN «c CO.
Bath, June 7, 1353. 51
Gas Burners, Chandeliers, &c.
JUST received, a large and extensive
assortment of Gas Burners, Chande
liers, &c, which we offer at the lowest
manufactory prices. These fixtures are
from the best manufactory, and are
all warranted. Please call and exam
ine. 8 W. HEATH dt CO.
Bath, June 4. 51
PAPA MACIIE CENTRE PIECES—a large and well
selocted assortment Please call and examine.
Bath, June 4. 8. W. HEATn & CO 51tf
EROM Fanny’s Portfolio. A new and interesting work,
by Fawn Febn, just received and for sale by
Bath, June S, 1853. 4w5l
City of Bath.
In Board of Aldermen, May II, 1853.
ORDERED—That the Quarantine Regulations be as
follows, vis: on and after the tenth day of June next,
and until the tenth day of October next, a quarantine
shall be had on all vessels, their officers, crews, passen
gers and cargoes, on their arrival from any port where
any contagious sickness prevailed at the time of their
departure ( and on all vessels on board of which any
person shall have died or have been sick with any con
tagious disease during their homeward bound passage.
No person shall be allowed to go on board of or ashore
from any vessel when on quarantine, without a permit
from the boarding officer. Vessels will anchor on the
quarantine ground, opposite the South Steam Mill.
0y Pilots will take notice of the foregoing regulations
and act accordingly. B C BAILEY, Mayor.
William Tokhev. City Clerk.
Bath, May 28, 1853. t(50
Flour and Rye,
tECElVKD per Sch Normnlial—for sole by
D. A L. PATTEN, ltuilroud Wharf.
Bath, June 1,1853 . 50if
A SECOND-HAND I’hasiou, in good order,will be
sold cheap on application to
3»'50 DAVID PATTEN.
nAS removed for a short lime to ihe store recently
occupied by It. It. Smith A Co., 4 door* north of
the old stand, where he will be hippy to wait on his
lortner customers and friends. IIj has just received a
neiv supply of
Books and Stationery!
Also—a very large assortment ol PAPER HANG
INGS; nil of which will be sold low.
Uatli, May 21,1853. tf49
MMJOR, Hearth, Dust, White Wash. Window,Stove
L and Shoe Brushes, for sale by
May 55, 18.33. 49 At F GANNETT.
A lot of W l Squashes, for sale by
May 23, 18.33. 49 M F GANNETT.
Hardware and Mechanics’ Tools.
rjtll E subscriber offers for sale Shipbuilding Hard
A ware and rrnnmings; House do do do ; Ship and
House Joiner* A Carpenters’ Tool* of the following
brands, viz : Higgins A Libby, Watts’ Sheffield Axes,
Adzes, Ac; Biggin’s Moulsou Ash Saws, Irons Ac;
Tolman’s Planes; Copeland’s do; Hominedians’Ship
Augers; also, Coopers’Tools, the only full variety in
Boston; Carvers’ and Culkers’ Tools, Cutlery, Ac.
We have furnished the elegant ships built this sea
I sou by McKa), llall, Curtiss, Jackson, Briggs and
Taylor with our new and superb styie of Trimmings,
and will make it an object lor hudders and mechanics
to call upon us. ANTHONY S. MOSS,
3m49 Pfl Commercial St, Boston.
House Papers and Borders.
A LARGE and well selected stock of House Papers,
Borders, Eire B >ard Patterns, Window Shades
and Fixtures, tor sale at low prices bv
49 SAWYER A Af AGO UN, Boolsellers.
JAMES M. BUZZ ELL, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, No 100 1-2 Federal Street—Residence, No
18 Pleasant Street.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
DR BUZZELL having had much experience for
about 18 years past in the treatment of CHRONIC
DISEASES, such as Lung, Bronchial, Liver, Kidney
and Sp nal Affections—Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Dis
pepsia, habitual Cosiivenes., Piles, Fits, Asthma,
Nervous and Mick Headache, Dropsy, Scrofula, Salt
Klieuni and other Humors, he Hatters himself, from his
iiivcsilgxiloii and observation* iu regard to these affec
tions, and from she sucoesstliut has attended his treat
ment of them, Hum He eatf cure att Curable cases of
them upon a fair trial and within a reasonable time.
And having been extensively engaged in OPERA
TIVE SURGERY such as amputations, resection of
bones, operation for Club Feet, ILire Lip, Wry Neck,
Contracted Tendons, Cataract. Polypus, Fistula, En
larged Tonsils and the removal of Scirrhus breasts,
tumors and welts, Ac, he bus concluded to devote his
attention mainly to thd treatment of Chronic Affec
tions and- Operutive Surgery—and lor that object he
has located in Portland, where all in litis Stale or
elsewhere who may desire his aid as Physician or
Surgeon, may avail themselves of his advice or ser
vice through tliemediumof railroads,steamboats, the
N B.—Patients can consult with the doctor by letter
in regard to their case free of expense.
Advice and prescriptions will be forwarded to pa
tients, wherg. the symptoms have been previously
staled to hit^Vy letter or otherwise for 81. If medi
cines are fi^warded with the advice, the charge for
the medicine will be added.
Patients who can come to the city, and be under the
doctor's immediate care can gel boarding places in or
near the city upon reasonable terms—where notice is
given. places will be obtained before the arrival of the
The doctor will go to any place on or near the rail
road routes to perform operations unreal Chronic ca
ses for a reasonable compensation.
No cure will be promised where the doctor euter
mins the least doubt himself of success. II is system
of practice is ELECTIC, that is adapting the treat
ment to the nature of the disease, according to the
principles of Physiology and common sense. Chloro
form will be administered in operations.
Portland, May 10, 18)3. 6w48
The Premium Horse
<\ _ pAM be seen at the slabl
VJ Varnet. in the city o
it i -May 'Jlh, H33, until July
stable of Charles B
of Portland, from
ly. hovers of good
■if i may am, until juiy. i.overs 01 pood
Ilorses will please call unci examine a genuine iUor
pan llnrse, kept for the improvement of stock.
S now opening direct from New York and Boston, a
beautiful assortment ol
Summer Dress Goods!
Comprising in pan the following articles:
India and Foulard Silk, some beautiful patterns
Brocade, Plain and Changeable Silks
Black Watered Silks
Plain Black do., all widths and prices
Silk and Linen Goods, for Ladies’ Dresses
Plain All-Wool DeLaines
Figured All-Wool DeLaines
Cotton and Wool DeLaines
Silk and Silk and Wool Borages
Cotton and Wool DeLaines, in any quantity
French, Scotch and American Ginghams
Chambrays, all colors
Plain and Figured Joconct Muslins
Figured Lawns and Muslins
Embroidered Muslin Drens Patterns
Plain White and flheeked Muslins, for
A fine assortment of Entbr'd Collars,
Flouncings, Infants* Waists, &c.
We have the cheapest assortment of PARA
SOLS ever offered in this market. Prices from
25 cents to $3,50.
Also—Tickings, Striped Shirtings, Drillings,
Denims, Brown and Bleached Sheetings, at the
Very Lowest Prices.
Cassimeres, Doeskins, Satinetts, K. Jeans,
Cotton and Wool Checks, and a full assort
ment of Cloths, for Men and Boys’ Summer
wear, together with every article usually kept
in a Dry Goods establishment.
A. B. BUTLER,
No. 9, opposite Sagadahock House.
Bath, May 10, 1853. 48
FOURTH OF JULY!
THE subscriber would inform the citixens of Bath and
vicinity that he is prepared to furnish cities and towns
with displays of Fire Works, (New York and Boston
make) of every description for the anniversary of our
Nation’s birth day ; varying i(M>rice from $25, $50 and
$100 to $.'300. all of the very best quality, and as cheap
as can be had in Boston, thereby saving travelling expen
ses anti freight bills. For sale by
b. \V. GREECE, Federal St, Portland,
Butween the United Slate* Hotel and Elm House.
Portland, May 17, 1853. 48td
1L.OVKS, Hosiery, Trimming Goods. Braids, Bm
J tous, ice. at • A- B BUTEER’S.
Bath, MaytO,lS53. No 9, opposite Sagadahock.
4 SMAEL assortment of Flower Seeds, for sale by
/l April‘20. M F GANNETT.
^ SUPERIOR article, can be found at the store of
A T ROBINSON.
XN ALL ZT8 VARIETY
N8ATLY AH® CHEAPLY
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
tf BRUNSWICK, MAINE. 50
45 BATH, ME. tf
NEWELL & ANDREWS,
IMPORTERS OF IRON,
And dealer* in
Iron, Steel, Ship Spikes, Ac.,
No 65 Broad Street, (31 door from Milk St,)
Hardware, Cutlery, Window Glass, and
FRONT STREET BATH. 44 *
W. H AWTHO RN E,
AND DEALER IN
Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, and
Gents’ Furnishing Goods,
,VO 63 FRONT STREET, BATH. ME.
ALFRED T. ROBINSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries, Family & Ship Stores,
Near Sa^ndahock Ferry,
1 tf FRONT STREET, BATH. 36
| KENDALL, RICHARDSON & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Hardware Dealers,
tf FRONT ST , BATH, ME. 39
CHARLES C. DUNCAN & C0„
No 52 SOUTH STRKET, NKW YORK.
C. C. Duxcax. W.S. IdjiDurACo, London.
Feb 6,1833 ly3tS#
SHIP CAR VINO,
EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE BY
C. A, L. SAMPSON,
At the shop recently occupied by O B McLain & Co.,
Broad St. !0* Orders solicited. lf32
WILLIAM E. PAYNE, M. D.,
llomuiopathie Physician and Surgeon,
Office, Middle Street,
Nearly opposite the New Church Temple. 39
GEORGE E. B. JACKSON^
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK, FRONT STREET,
tf BATH. 21
JACOB S. SB WALL,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Commissioner for Massachusetts and Notary Public.
Marine,Fire and Life insurance effected in safe and
Office in Moses’s Block, Front 9t., next door to the
Telegraph Office. if30
J. D. YOUNG, M. D.,
XT Residence next north of Central Church, Wash
J. MATHEWS, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Respeclfiillytendersliis professionsIservicesto the
Office in G rnnite Block, Front Street.
B. T. ClflMMKR, D. ». S.,
Office at his residence, on Centre St., opposite
the CITY HALL,
All operations in mechan
ical and Surgical Dentistry
performed tn a neat and per
Connected with his office,
Is an establishment for the
manufacture of all kinds ol
BRONSON 8t SEWALL,
Counsellors & Attorneys at Law.
Officein Pierce's Block, Front Street,
DIVIO DR ON SON. 33 F. D. SEWELL.
PORTER 8c SMITH,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
Office over John Hayden's store, Front Street,
CHARLES R. PORTE*. tf5 J ACOB SMITH.
45 Front Street 45
I. H. DUPEE,
Rooms over Morrison's Carpet Store.
B. O. WEEKS,
Commission merchant and Ship
Anthracite and Bituminous Coal.
OWEN &. CO.,
Auctioneers aud Commission Merchants,
FRONT STREET, BATH.
Are prepared an heretofore, to make cash advances on al I
kinds of Merchandize for Auction Sales.
O’ Ilduses, House Lots, Vessels, and all kinds of ou
door sales attended to on the most favorable terms. '
H. W. Owen. Id J. T. Gilman.
J. H. ALLEN & Co,
Importers and Dealers ill
BAH IRON & ST33L,
Nails, Ship Spikes,
Wagon Axle Springs, Ac.
IVIcLiClIan’s Wharf, Bath, Me.
J. H. Allen ly36 J . II. McLellan.
Books,Stationery and Pnncy Articles,
School Books and Blank Books,
of allkinds,Ckeapior Cask*
ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK, FRONT ST,
KRAMER A 11EYER,
French, German and English Goods,
Musical Instruments, Alarm Clocks, Toys,
Willow Baskets, Brushes, Fancy Boxes,
Nos. 18 and 20 Atkinson, near Milk St.,
O” Orderstaken for Staple Articles in thcirlineat
the usual rate*. ly7
HAVING permanently located hiinaelf at Bath, would
say tq the ladies and gentlemen of ttys city and vi
cinity, that he la prepared to perform any operation in
Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry, In the best manner.
A K G intends that the ease, neatness and durability of
his o|ierations shall recommend him to the public
Cr All work warranted- Perfect satislaction given in
all operations, or no compensation will be required.
Toothache cured, without extracting the tooth, in most
cases. Office in room No 23, Elliot Bouse Block, Front
Street, Batty Me. 44tf
HERDS-GRASS. Northern and Western Clover, for
sale by 4j M ¥ GANNETT.
Administrator’s sale of Real
PURS UANT to a licence front the Judge of Probate
for Hie County o. Lincoln 1 .hall .ell at public euc
ojjAe pe.ml.e*, B.,h, 011 the
0tli day (w *t ten o’clock m the
totenoo'i. ullitae ne'tt l.Uc u„a i,„ore.i wl.ich John
Slockbridge late of .aid Bath, physician, had at the
time of hia decease, tu and to the following piece, of
Real Estate, situate in Bath.rl* : the Homestead of
said Shockbridge, situate on Illgh Street, between the
late Dr. Weld’* and A. G. Page’.; the Aou.e and lot
on Garden Street, between Capl. J. Drummond', and
Capt. Robinson.; the Bowman lot at the corner of
Washington and North Streets,occupied by Mr. Jenlts
the Milliner’s Shop, on Centre Street occupied by Miss
Ham. T. G SroCKBRIDui;,
Administrator oil the Estate of John Slockb ridge.
PURSUANT to a license of the Judge of Probate, I
.hall .ell at puvate .aje at the office of Porter A
Smith, in Hath, on the l?th lust, al 9 o’clock A M., the
note, aceduled al the Probate Office in Wiscusset, and
accompanying the petition for sale of them, to Probate
Court at Bath, Sept iilst, 1853.
C. R. PORTER,
Adm’r on the Estate of Win King.
Bath, June 1, 1853. 3w50
lluinewell’* Paint House!
THIS well-kaown house is being put In com
plete order, new lurniture ha. beet ordered,
and many ImproTementa are being made, for the
convenience of thoae who wish to vj.u the sea
shore for their health, or to eacape front the heal and dual
of the city. It la advantageously located, at the mouth
ol the Kennebec River, the ateamer Ocean stopping to
tnke and leave passenger, to and front Boston, Hallowed,
and the other intermediate place, on the river. The
house will be open for the reception of company Mav
10th, 1853. BLACKBURN A SPRAGUE.
Parker’s Head, April 13, 1853. 3i„43
CASHM ERK SHA WLS. Now opening, a large as
sortment of Cashmere Shawls, just received from
New York and for sale cheaper than ever before of
fered. OWEN A CO.
Bath, April 10,
REMNANTS M.DK LA!NES. Just received from
the Factory,3 cases of those Muslin <ie l.aines.
April 16 OWEN A CO.
)LACK SII.lv SHAWLS—now opening, and for sale
t cheap at the new Granite Store.
April 16. OWEN A CO.
NEW POI ' I^S, of every ahude and quulity,just re
ceived ana tor .ale cheap, at the Granite Store.
April 16. OWEN A CO.
Hardware, Glass, Cutlery, &c.
THE subscriber would inform the citizens of Ba'li
and vicinity that he has taken the store recently
occupied by Kendall, Richardson A Co., where he
offers a good assortment of Hard ware. House Furnish
ing and Finishing Goods. Also, a large assortment
of Carpenters’ Tools. The patronage of the public is
solicited. HENRY M. BOVKY.
April II._ 11-14 Front St , Hath.
Nice Fresh Citron,
AND a superior article of Bay Water, just received
and for sale Ity A T ROBINSON.
A PRIME lot of Cheese, just received and for sale by
Mar 30. A T ROBINSON.
OF the best quality, for sale by
43 ALFRED T ROBINSON.
AT ROBINSON keeps constantly on hand a good us
. sortment of Wooden Ware and house-keeping uten
sils, for sale at low prices.
R . P . MORSE,
INFORMS his friends am! customers that he still
continues to act as wholesale mid retail agent foi
the Portland Bakery—and is constantly supplied with
Portland Pi lot Bread, Soda Bread, Graham Crackers,
Oyster Cruekers, Sugar and Butter Crackers, Ac. He
is also supplied from Huston with
Bond’s Celebrated Bread,
Such as Bond't Butter, Oyster. Pic nic, I Fine and Su
gar Crackers; Bond's Soda and Pilot Bread, a niee
He is also supplied from Monroe’s Bakery, Bath,
with all kind- f Cake and Pastry, together With Hot
Brown Loa> >\$ in the morning, und Hot White Loans
in the afternoon.
He has just returned from Boston with a choice se
Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Figs, Preserves,
Dines, Primes, and Preserved Ginger;
Citron, Currents, Guava Jelly; Nuts
ofall kinds; Confectionery ; As
sorted and Common Pic
kles, in jurs and by the
Whir h he offers for sale at his old stand, in Haley'r
Block, Front Street, at the lowest cash prices, eilhei
at wholesale and retail,
Bath, April 8,1853. 3m43
Rlt. SMI TH St Co. have removed their stare from
. the corner of Water and Federal Sts. to Elm St.
at (he head ol Water St., where they have filled up
with as good an assortment of Family and Ship stores
as can be found in the city of Bath.
Bath, Feb 2, 22
Pocket Cutlery, Razors, &c.,
BEST assortment in Bath, at
SfepUo. T. II. G. MARSTON’S
A TWO-STORY House, Barn, Carriage
House, Ac., with about four acres of laud
in gooil cultivation, situated in Woolwich,
near Nequasset Meeting-House. Terms lib
eraj. Apply to BKNJ. F. TALI.M AN.
BUCKLEY & STEVENS,
TIN Plate, Sheet Iron, and Copper Workers, at the
store formerly occupied by L S Fisher, where they
keep on hand, for wholesa/e or retail truile, a general
Tin, Japaned and Britania Ware,
Also, a great variety of Fancy Goods, such as
Combs, Brushes, Needles, Pins, Threads. Ac.
All Job Work in the Tin, I ron or Copper line, prompt'
ly attended to, and warranted to give satisfaction.
Having bad considerable experience in roofing
buildings, they are prepared to tin roofs in the besi
manner, and at notice. £7“- Give tknn a rail.
Bath, April 2, 1852. ’ 42lf
THE subscriber will keep constantly on band, lot
sale. Blasting and Sporting Powder, by the keif ;
also Safety Fttsr. H M. BOVEY.
O/i/iosite Elliot House Block, Front St.
Bath, April 11. tf-14
GAS FIXTURES. ~
Till', subscribers respectfully give notice to those
who design using Gas for lighting their houses or
stores,that they are prepared to execute all orders lor
pulling up the necessary fixtures.
They have secured the services of a workman of
long experience in the business, from Boston, who will
superintend all work of this description, with which
our citizens may faver them, and their patrons may
rely upon its being accomplished in a thorough and
GEO. W. MOULTON A CO.
Bath, May 3, 1833. 4tn46
HF.NS1TAW A WOODROUGH S Cast Steel Mill
and Cross-Cut Saws, constantly on hand anil for
sale by A T ROBINSON.
J. IB. HUDSON
AS just received and now offer* for sale r choice
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
which he is selling at the lowest cash prices. Also,
Painted Window Curtains amt Fixtures. On hand,
Upright Refrigerators, Willow Wagons,
READY-MADE COFFINS kept constantly oil hand
ami inanulaclured to order.
Bath, May 2, 1853. tflfi
Oil and Candles.
JUST received from New Bedford, 5 bbls Blc( rhrd
spring Sperm Oil ; 10 bbls bleached spring Whale
Oil; 3 boxes Wax Candles ; 10 boxes Aduinantine. do
TOBACCO—Featlier.lone, Wood gale, and Pollard
brands. For sale by D. A L. PATTEN.
May 17. 4S
HOES, various kinds, C 8ieel Shovel*. Iron do, (ex
tra large size) C Steel Spades. Manure-Forks.
April 20 M K GANNETT
ALL persons indebted to tlic subscriber, by note or ac
count, are requested to call a®d settle immediately
as he wishes to close up his accounts without delay.
This is the last call. )\(LLARD WALKER.
Bath, May 27, 18C8,
THE house and lot occupied by the subscri
ber, pleasantly situated between Souihand
Shepard Streets. There is upon the premi
ses a good well of water, barn, Ac, also land
enough for two good building lots For term* apply
io JOSHUA C DREW
Bath, June 1,1853. 3w50
SIX or eight good Coal maker*, to whom the highest
wages will be given, at_ „,„**,*
Bath, May 31,1853.
FEENEY A RYLE’S.
BLUE Imperial and Marrowfat Peas, for *nle bv
April 26. M F GANf
ALTERATIVE AND TONIC*
For the Hair.
THEvalueof thi. admirable preparationis to* w*el
known in thiscommunity 10 need any extended no
lice or commendation; and the proprietor feel, that it
is only necessary for him to call the attention of the
public to the Tact that tor matting of the hair,hoarine*s
decoloration, babbies*. Ac., it ha. no equal, and no one
whoprize.thi. usefnl and ornamental appendage o
the head .tumid be without it.
For .ate by the subscriber, at hi. .hep oppositeth*
ttiigndahnck House, and by Sawyer A Magoun,Henry
Hyde,Matroun Jt Stinson,and \V. B Stearn*.
’ s PH TRASK.
Bath, Apr 28,1853. 4*
Spring Style Hats!
JUST RECEIVED AT
Here’s your Chanoe!
To? B^sVJ'sMoVsl remUi,,<ler0f hi*,,O0k
Greatly Reduced Prices I
to make room for Spring good.. Many article, will be
.old ul a lower price than they can be afforded at anr
other .tore in Bath; among which are
Gent’ii Heavy Kip and Calf Boots,
Boy*’do, of various kinds, Ladies’ thick soled Kid.
Goat and Cloth Boots, Ladies’ thick soled shoes, to
gether with a good assortment of Misses’ and Chil
dren’s Boots and Shoes
A Iso, a good assortment of R UBBERS ol til kinds,
at the lowest price.
Purchasers will do W'U to call and learn our prices bt
fortpun kasini; elsewhere. J IF ROBERTS.
Bath, March ai,1863 . 41
Compound Almond Lotion
A SUPERIOR article for removing Freckles and
pimples from the luce, and lor the cure of chapped
hand., prepared and for .ale by
March 23,1953. Sugariahock Building,
A Superb Article, just received by
. A. J. FARNSWORTH.
Bath, March 15.1S5S. 39t(
Horse and Ox Shoeing.
SIT. WHITMORE ha* taken tho .hop formerly oe
» cupied by the Messrs Kuowlton, on Washington
street, near Centre St, where he intends carrying on
the Horse and Oi Shoeing business. Having had con
siderable experience in Horse Shoeing, he flatter* him
selflhut he will be able to give entire satisfaction to
his customers. Particular attention paid to Horses
with bad or pinched feet, Horse Shoe* kept constant
ly on hand and for sale.
Bath, April 4, 1853. tfl*
PIANO FORTES of the beat maaufar
ttire, (warranted) at manufacturer's
lowest prices, constantly on hand and for
Piano Fortes to Let.
Sciaphines, Melodians and Reed Organs furnished to or
der. Persons heving Piano Fortes that need tuning or
repairii g can have the same done in a workmanlike man
ner, by leaving their orders at
Feb 21, 185:1. SAWYER A MAC.OL’N’B.
A Cure for Couchs, Colds,
Asthma, General De
bility. f all Scrof
THIS Compound has been
used with the moat com
plete suceess by our most cel
ebrated physicians for the re
moval uihI permanent euro of
the above diseases. Hun
dreds for whom there was no
hope before the discovery of
this simple yet effectual re
medy, have beeu raised to
health and happiness by its
timely use. The following
case of J Williams it suffi
cient to convince all of its
wonderful effect*. He rays:
1 had been sick with con
firmed consumption for sev
eral months. I had used the
clear Cod Liver Oil most of
the time, hut had derived but
little benefit from it. I had
an attack of Blesding at the
Lungs, which alarmed my
friends very much, as they now supposed there was no
hope for me. About this time 1 heard of your Com
pound of Cod Liver Oil and Lime. I immediately
commenced using it, mid began soon to perceive its
beneficial effects; in two months my cough bad en
tiiely left me. and I am now enjoying perfect health.
Truly yours, J. WILLIAMS.
N B—This Compound does not nauseate like the
clear Cod Liver Oil, but can lie taken with pleasure
by the most delicate female. Be sure and gel the gen
uine, roaniifacturml only by
ALKX'R B. WH.BOR, Chemist,
No 15(1 Court St, Boston.
A. G. Pngr, Sole Agent for Bath. 6mis4S
^ NEW and WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT
Boots and Shoes,
Just received from the Manufacturers, for tale CHEAT
h? J. XI. NICllOLS.
JAMES G. HOVEY,
Pyrotechnist to the City of Boston for tho
year* 1848, 1840, 1861,
AND FOR THE PRESENT YEAR 1899.
Having, at the Fair of Massusaehusetts Charitable
Mechanics’ Association received a
GrOUD IWfBmAT. 2
you THE BEST
Exhibited on Boston Common, offers
At Wholesale and Retail,
Every variety of
EXHIBITION AND SALE WORK,
A meng which may be found
Jtfanufactured al the celebrated New England Laba
ratary, ibe largest Pyrotechnic*! Establishment imho
Ip3’For the success which has attended his Exhi
bition*, he would refer to all the cities and most of the
towns in the New England States.
Also lor sale,the largest slock of
To be found iu the city.
Orders addressed to
JAS. ft. 1IOVEY,
140 Washington Street, BOSTON.
[CJ~ I.aharutories at Cambridge and Brighton.
Boston, Mayti, 1353. 4w«
City of Bath.
In Hoard of Aldermen. May 17, 1853.
ORDKRED. tluii the west side of Water Street, be
tween Centre and Elm Streets, he and hereby is
established n« the stand for Trucks, Carts, Wagons
and sleds, until otherwise ordered, in conformity with
section t> of‘An Ordinance to regulate the street*.*
True Copy of Record:
May 1» 49 \VM TORREY, City Clerk.
KEI*T constantly on hand and for sale by
April 9. ALFRED T ROBINSON.
Coffee, Teas, &o.
A SUPERIOR article of Old Java, Porto Cabollo,
St Domingo, Ac; also tha best kinds of Teas for
sale by A T ROBINSON.
HKCEIVED. thisday al the store on Elm st.,aad
i for sale, 2.100 bushels mealing corn, flour, lard, ho*
raisins, cheese,smoked beef, teas, coffee, pickles, Ac.,
Ac., Ac. Old Hyson Tea, Young do do, Oolong do,
Nittgyong do, Sperm Oil, Burning Fluid, Ac
Bath, Feb 2. R R SMITH * CO.
Jewelry, Clocks sail Fancy Goods#
A LARGE assortment, and willbe soldcheap by
Bath, Sept .13. T. H. G . M ARSTON.
Clocks! Clocks!! Clocks!!!
A T.Tft MARSTON.
A PRIME lot of Sugars,such as Granalixed, Pow,
iJL tiered, Miiocooado. Crumbed, Coffee Crushed, Ila*
vHita Brown, Forllmul A nud 11 , „ Jj?'
A T ROBINSON.
Marsh * CO*S Improved Biss tic Suspender Shoul
der Brsee, lor expanding the chest and preserving
the symmetry of the form The only Brace that fits
properly over the joint ol the shoulder Without cutting
under the arm. Sold by
E T GATCUF.LL & CO, Brdnawick.
Also, a large lot of Abdominal Supporter*, Trusae#
of the biteat style. ___ eop8W44
THF. subscriber has on hand, and Will be constantly
supplied with BLasnne Pownxn, which he offers for
sale, wholesale and retail. Also, a l»rgo *VCPJL
FUSE. WILLARD WALKER.
Bath, May 27, 1853. Ml(
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