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The Africa arrived at New York, Thurs
day morning, with three days later advices,
vi*., to June 18th.
No change in the markets. The weather
continued fine.
The Turkish question exclusively occupied
public attention. Accounts are extremely con
flicting. The Russians seem determined to
occupy, if they have not already, the Danubi
an provinces, which France has declared she
will regard as a violation of the Treaty. The
English Government has not taken any decided
steps, so far as transpires.
The latest telegraphs say that Russia will
accept the mediation of Austria, but it is doubt
ful if the story is authentic. This uncertainty
had affected all the markets, but the Bourses
keep up on the supposition that there will not
be a general war. •
Doubts were expressed on the Paris Bourse
in respect to the reported mediation of Austria
on the Eastern question.
A despatch dated 9th inst., from Constanti
nople, announces the arrival of Russia’s final
ultimatum there, which the Porte would doubt
less refuse.
Commodore Vanderbilt sailed from South
ampton on the evening of the 14th, for Rus
sia.
Mr. Van Buren and many other Americans
attended the Queen’s ball.
The prosecution against Hale’s Rockets, in
London, had been quashed by Lord Palmers
ton, on Hale’s petition.
It was rumored in Paris that Napoleon had
warned the Italian refugees not to attempt an
insurrection at present. Reported excitement
in Milan; another insurrection was expected.
Mr. Marsh’s request for the payment of the
indemnity to Dr. King, for his ground seized
at Athens, is granted, but the Greek govern
ment refuses to reverse the sentence of impris
onment.
The British had retaken Beiling with some
loss and were preparing to advance on Ava, if
the terms proposed were not accepted within
30 days.
Liquor Law in Connecticut.—The New
Haven Register gives the following synopsis
of the bill for the suppression sf tippling shops
which has passed the House by a vote 108 to
98, as a substitute to the Maine Law :—
“It provides that licenses to sell by whole
sale or retail, may be granted by the Select
men of towns and the Common Councils of cit
ies, and last for one year. Every person so
licensed, is to pay into the public treasury not
less than $25 nor more than $100, at the dis
cretion of the granting power. Duly licens
ed taverners are not to be subjected to this tax.
Selling without a license, to subject offenders
to a fine of $50 for first offence; $100 for sec
ond, and $100 and imprisonment in the county
jail for the third offence. No person can sell
adulterated wines or liquors; conviction for
that offence, forfeits his license and the money
paid for it, and brings a fine of $200. None
but taverners can sell to be drank on the prem
ises; no person can sell to any addicted to hab
its of intoxication, knowing him to be a com
mon drunkard; no liquor can be sold by the
glass on public occasions, in tents, booths, or
open field—nor shall a license be granted to
any person for such a purpose.”
\ ermont.—The Democratic State Conven
tion met at Montpelier Thursday, June 23d.
Hon. John S, Robinson of Bennington was
nominated for Governor. The Convention
passed resolutions declaring in favor of the
principles of the great republican party of the
Union; the approval of the doctrines of Presi
dent Pierce’s Inaugural Address as eminently
sound, judicious and Democratic; and that
thus far he has administered in accordance
thereto. The third is against the narrow pol
icy which would have limited the United States
to Massachusetts and Connecticut, and the
Providence plantations, and declares for any
territory on this Continent, or adjacent islands,
when it can be done regarding the rights of
other nations and the honor of our own. The
fourth and last, is against the Whig Govern
ment of Vermont, and calls for reform in pub
lic expenditures, and the correction of other
causes.
Abstract of the Seventh Census.—We
are indebted to Mr. De Bow, Superntendent
of the Census, for an Abstract of the Seventh
Census, containing a large amount of statisti
cal and other information connected with the
Census. Mr. De Bow has issued the follow
ing circular:—
Census Office, )
• Washington, June 20th, 1853. J
The following circular letter is prepared in
answer to the numerous inquiries made at this
office in regard to the progress of the census:
1. The detailed statistics of the census will
•make a quarto volume of about 1000 pages,
and will be complete and published before the
meeting of congress.
2. The statistics of manufactures, of mor
tality, &c., have not been ordered to be prin
ted, *in consequence of being detective, and
would have made another volume of the same
size.
3. A great deal of valuable matter will re
main among the unpublished material of the
census, mixed up with much that cannot be
relied upon.
4. The office is always happy to receive any
views or suggestions in relation to the matter
of the census. J. D. B. De Bow, Sup't.
E2T It is said the grass crop around Ban
gor will not exceed that of last year.
S^* Teas have advanced 15 and 30 per cent,
in Boston on account of the rebellion in China.
It is the result of the spirit of speculation how
ever, to a great degree, as the Chinese are
too industrious a people to neglect the produc
tion of the article. So our Grandmothers and
aunts may take courage and sip their Bohea.
The San Franciscoans get their oysters
from Oregon. They are brought to San Fran
cisco bay and planted.
0* The yellow fever was raging fearfully
at St. Thomas up to the 10th ult.
§3f The farmers of Illinois are to hold a
state fair at Springfield in October, the first
ever holden in the state. Crops have been
raised year after year for twenty yeaas on the
same prairie land in Illinois, without manure.
Arrested. A fellow, calling himself
Ross, was arrested in Richmond on Thursday,
charged with stealing a gold watch from the
Hotel in Topsham. It was found upon him.
lie was taken to Topsham for examination.
Mr John Harmon, of the firm of J. & C.
Harmon, bakers, one of our most worthy and
useful citizens, died very suddenly at his resi
dence in this village, on Thursday evening last,
of disease of the heart, it is supposed. He had
been ailing for some days previously, but not
so as to prevent his attending to his ordinary
business ; and on the day of his death was
about our streets as usual. About seven
o'clock in the evening, while sitting in his
shop, he complained of severe illness, called
for assistance in getting into his house, and
expired in fifteen minutes, without having
spoken again. He was a truly honest, diligent
and kind man in all the relations of life, and
his sudden demise is a loss which will be felt
by the whole community as well as by his
grief-stricken family.—Brunswick Telegraph.
“Seen the Crystal Paladb, Tommy ?” asked
a little urchin of a newsboy. “Oh yes; I’se
been up thar several different times,” replied
another newsboy, as they both stood in Nassau
street, waiting for the Extras to come out.”_
“Wal, I knows a man that would give $500
to see that are place.” “You do, Jim?”—
“Yes sir-ree.” “And you know it, Jim?”_
“Yes.” “Bet a quarter on it that you don’t.”
“Done;” and the money was put in Billy Mul
ligan’stands. oNow, who is he?” “Why,
he’s a blind man.”
jy The bteamer Ocean has been towed to
East Boston, where she jvill be taken into the
sectional dry dock for repairs. She must be
made of good stuff to stand and survive a
combat with the “Londoners.” We under
stand the Steamer Kennebec, from the New
York and Philadelphia route, is to supply her
place on this route until she can be repaired.
Appointments.—Benjamin Blair, has been
appointed Postmaster of Boothbay, vice Leon
ard McCobb resigned.'
Harrison Barrett, Postmaster at Waterville,
in place of Samuel Appleton removed.
Isaac W. Reed, Esq., Deputy collector of
Boothbay Harbor.
Freeman Grover, Esq., Deputy collector of
Southport.
We have been too busily engaged in patriot
ism this week to write editorials.
Worms! Worms!—A great many learned trea
tieses have been written, explaining the origin of, and
classifying the worms generated in the human system.
Scarcely any topic of medical science has elicited more
acute observation and profound research—and yet physi
ciaus are very much divided in opinion on the subject. It
must be admitted, however, that after all, a mode of expell
ing these worms, and purifying the body from their pres
ence is of more value than the wisest disquisitions as to the
origin. The expelling agent has at length been found—Dr.
M’Lane’s Vermifuge is the much sought after specific, and
has already superceded all other worm medicines, its effica
cy being universally acknowledged by medical practitioners.
Hj* Purchasers will please be careful to ask for Da. Mc
Laxe’s Celebrated Vermifige, and take none else. All
other Vermifuges, in comparison, are worthless. Dr. Mc
Lane’s genuine Vermifuge, also, his Celebrated Liver Pills,
can now be had at all of the respectable Drug Stores in the
United States and Canada.
DiaraMi of (he Liver.—When the celebrated Dr.
Ru«h declared that drunkenness was a disease, he enuncia
ted a truth which the experience and observation of medical
men is evary day confirming. The many apparently insane
excesses of those who indulge in the use of spirituous liquors,
may be thus accounted for. The true cause of conduct,
which is taken for infatuation, is very frequently a diseased
state of the Liver. No organ in the humau system, when
deranged, produces a more frightful catalogue of diseases.
And if, instead of supplying remedies to the manifestations
of disease, as is too often the case, physicians would pre
scribe with a view to the original cause, fewer deaths would
result from the diseases induced by a deranged state of the
Liver. Three-fourths of the diseases enumerated under the
head of Consumption, have their seat in a diseased Liver
(See Dr. Gunn’s great works.)
O’ Purchasers will be careful to ask for Dr. McLake’s
Celebrated Liver Pills, and take none else. There are
other Pills, pur|»orting to be Liver Pills, now before the pub
lic. Dr. McLane’s Liver Pills, also his celebrated Vermifuge,
can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores in the United
States and Canadas.
Bl Bit A PERRY, 1 Cornhill, Boston, General Agents for
New England. A G Page, Agent, Bath, and sold by
Druggists generally.
R. R. R. NO. 3.
HAD WAY’S REGULATORS.
To Regulate the System, to Free the Bowels from all
Morbid and Acrimonious Humors.
SICKNESS,
If caused by Costiveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, or an
over abundance of Putrid Humors, Undigested, a dose of
Rad ways's Regulators, will empty the Bowels of all Morbid
Humors.
The very moment they are taken they commence their
office of regulating, cleansing, and removing from the
Stomach, Bowels, Liver, Kidneys, Bladder, Ac., all unnat
ural and irritating deposits. They are the most pleasant
physic in use, they neither gripe, nor sicken the patient;
the first indication the patient has of their operation, is a
pleasant evacuation of the bowels, and restoration of strength
and pleasure. For Fever, Measles, Bilious Colic, a dose of
Regulators will prevent much sickness, and rid the patient
of all danger.
LADIES IN ILL HEALTH
Should use Railway’s Regulators. They will regulate their
system, and assist nature in bringing atiout their monthly
turns, so essential to the health of the female.
It. K. H. NO. 1.
If you suffer an acute pain, Railway’s Ready Relief, ap
plied either externally or internally, will stop the most pain
ful paroxysms, and allay the most violent Cramps and
Spasms in a few minutes. It is daily curing Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Toothache, Tic Dolereux, Ac.
CRIPPLES
Are made whole, the Lame and Stiff-jointed, can walk with
ease, after one or two applications of R. R. Relief.
No Ready Relief is genuine uuless the fac-simile signa
ture of Railway A Co. is upon the wrapper, and the letters
U. R. It. biown in the glass.
Price 25 cents, 50 cents, and $1,00 per bottle.
Ahmets—A. G. Pnjie and N. K. Ellsworfh,
Bath; Edmund Dana, Wiscasaet; Wm. Oatchell, Bruns
wick; J. C. Tibbots, Lisbon; O. F. Thicker and Samuel
Richards, Bowduiuhatn; DavidNewbegiu, Boothbay. 4w2
Cod Liver Oil ami Lime.—It lias now become n
settled tael Him 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 l)r Al
exander B Wilbor, No liii Court, corner Buffinch, St,
lor ibis invaluable medicine, from whom we can only
get the genuine. We would advise every one who
is atftieied with complaints above mentioned, to try
this preparation of the Oil without fall. We have
seen it tried wait the happiest results
A. (*• I’age, Sole Agent for Bath.
Cml5
Read! Read!
Over 950 Dottles are daily manufactured and
sold of
CLARKE’S VEGETABLE
Sherry Wine Bitters.
Ami »uII ihe cry is more! more! more! We sup- ,
pn*e ihe reason that everybody buys and lakes tliein
is because tnev are made of HOOTS and II ERUS,
which are sure Vo do good'and never do injury: such
as Hock Hose, Wintergreen, Sarsaparilla, Dock Root,
Dandelion, Wild Cherry, I’riekly Ash, Thorough won,
Poplar Hark, Ac., the great remedies for \\ cakuess,
Los* oi Appetite, Liver Complaints, and an unhealthy
stale of the stomach, bowels and blood. The ladies all
like them for the/ make dear thin, rosy cheeks and
hea'.ih, ami are so nice to the taste as to be really
delirious ; and all say—‘I love them for they are bound
to do me good.’
Sold everywhere for the low price of 25 cents for a
pint bottle, and 70 cents only fur the mammoth bottle,
holding two quarts.
E. R. Clarke, Sharon, Mass, Sole Proprietor
K. R SMITH A CO..
6;nl8 Wholesale and retail agents, Elm st, Bath.
THE PILES. .
A CURE FOR LIFE SECURED!
I*r. Upham’s Internal Remedy,
TjlOJt the cure of Piles, .Inflammation of the Liver and
1 Spleen; Inflammation, Soreness and Ulceration of
the Stomuch, Bowels, Kidneys and Bladders; Inflam
matory and mcrcuriu I rheumatism; Impurity of blood,
weakness and inflammation of the Spine ; and for the
relief of married Imdies.
THE VEGETABLE PILE ELECTUARY
Is the only really sucressful remedy for Hint dangerous
and distressing complaint, the PILES, ever ollercd to
the American public
JVIark this: it is an Internal Remedy, not an external
application, and will cure any case of Piles, eilher
bleeding nr blind, in ertial or external, and probably
the only thing that will.
It is very mild in its operalion, and may be taken in
case* of most acute i nflaminatioit without danger._
This medicine attacks the disease at its source, and re
moving the eausc, renders the cure CERTAIN AND
PERMANENT.
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 only remove
t he piles and ail inflammatory diseases, WITHOUT
PAIN OH IRRITATION, but will ensure an easy
time, a safe delivery, and a sound constitution in the
offspring.
Sold wholesale and retail in Bath, by A G Pnje,
Sole Agent for the Proprietor. Iy45
Caution.
OWING to the great quantities of SPURIOUS Re
liefs now in the market, each Bottle of the GEN
UINE RADWAY’S READY RELIEF, offered for
sale in the State of Maine, must have an extra label,
hearing the signature of H. II. HAY, Wholesale and
Retail Druggist, Portland,G eneral Agent for Maine.
Purchase none without this label. 3m44
Carriages.
In this city, 30th ult., by Rev. Dr. EUingwood, Mr. John
M. Powers to Miss Lydia E. Fogg.
In this city, 4th inst., by Rev. P. Jaques, Mr. Samuel F.
Holt to Miss Caroline Gammon.
In this city, 30th ult., by James Potter, Esq., Mr. Thom
as Williamson to Mrs. Susannah Ilard ng.
In Phipsburg, on Sunday evening last, by Rev. 8. S.
Drake, Capt. James Orr of Harpswell, to Miss Rachel C.
Perry of Phipsburg.
In Brunswick, 21st ult., by Rev. L. Mersey, Mr. Oscar
Norris of this city, to Miss Sarah L. Coombs of Brunswick.
In LmcolnviUe, 21st alt., by Rev. James Smith, John S.
Bak.er, Esq., of this city, to Miss Charlotte B. Young.
In Boston, S. M. Pettengill of New York, to Miss Sarah
H. Kendall.
croft Hall0WeU’ Mr- Jo8ePh S- Brann to Miss Mary E. Ban
la Richmond, 2d inst., Mr. James H. Darrah to Miss Ma
ry B- Marean.
In Gardiner, Mr. Josiah P. Smith to Miss Joanna Kerby.
Deaths.
In this oity, 29th ult., Jesse Sanders, aged l years 7 mos
In this city, 28th ult., O. M. Drummond, aged 2 years
3 months.
In this city, 30th ult., George H. Robinson, aged 9 years
6 months.
In this city, Margafet R. S. Purington, aged ft yrs. 2 mos.
In Brunswick, Mr. Edward Raymond, aged 81 years 7
months; 30th ult., Mr. John Hannon, aged 51.
In Hallo well, Capt. Samuel Watts, aged 70 years.
In Rockland, Mrs. Louisa Hatch, aged 23 years 8 mos.
LYON’S KATHAI llON,
Cleanses the head from Dandruff and Its natural impuri
ties, and cures Baldness after many years standing. “The
Kathairon restored my hair after & baldness of 12 years.
Yours, Ac., A. Jat CotJKrtuon, 78 Bond st., N. Y.
A superlative article for dressing the hair. Price only 25
cents, and sold everywhere.
D. 8. BARN 138, Proprietor, 181 Broadway, N. Y.
EASTERN TIMES
48kMARINE JOURNALS
PORT OF BATH.
Thursday, June 20.
ARRIVED. '
Sch Resolution, Rollins, Boston.
CLEARED.
Sch Gipsey, (Br) Anderson* St George, NB.
Satckday, July 2.
ARRIVED.
Sch Hope & Susan, Parks, Boston.
Sch AimwcU, (Br) McKay, PE Island.
CLEARED.
Sch T 0 Thompson, Grant, Potomac River.
Brig Eunice, (Br) McKenzie, Walton, NS.
Monday, July 4.
ARRIVED.
Sch Gazelle, Pool, Boston.
Sch Mary Ann, Williams, Boston.
DISASTERS.
Ship Hannah Crooker, Brown, at Philadelbliia from Lon
donderry, reports 19th ult, lat 51 22N, Ion 22 03, in a huri
cane, shipped a heavy sea, which stove in gangway boards,
forward house doors; also lost main spencer, fore and main
topmast staysails, main topsail, and foretopgallant yards,
lost some water and provisions, and had the quarter boat
blown from the davits.
The N Y Shipping List of 29th, states tiiat a despatch fin
St John states that the ship J C Calhoun is a total loss.
Ship Silas Leonard, fm Matanzas for Trieste, which put
into Newport, will go round to Boston for the purpose of
going into the dock for examination.
DOMESTIC PORTS.
Boston—Ar 29th ult, noli Mary Ann, Williams, hence.
Cld sch Hope & Susan, Parks, Bath.
Ar 2d lust, in tow of steamer John Taylor, ship Silas Leon
ard, Newport.
Cld 2d, schs Gazelle, Pool, Augusta; Exeter, Snow, Bath.
New.Orlenns—Adv abt 15th, ship Shelter, for New
York, wig 200 bales.
Adv abt 22d, ships Emma Watts, for Liverpool, wtg 350
bales ; Dirigo, for do, 300.
Ar 24th, ship Shawmut, Hubbard, Boston.
Philadelphia—Cld 29th, bark Rio Grande, Tarbox,
Bath.
New York—Ar 28th, sch Senate, Harding, Rockland.
Cld, ship T J Roger, Herbert, Liverpool; bark Cuba, Saw
yer, St Marys, Ga; sch Kaloolah, Glazier, llamuco, PR.
Ar 29th, sch Lane, Allen, Thomaston.
Portland—Cld 28th, brigs J D Pennell, Dyer, Trini
dad; Jas Crosby, Clifford, Cardenas.
Newport—Sid 30th, ship Silas Leonard, Boston.
Ar 1st, schs Armida, Morse, Darien, Ga, for Boston, all
hands sick with fever except a boy ; Alexander, Mason,
Fall River for Gardiner; Only Son, do for Pittston.
Holmes' Hole—Ar 23th, brig Ava, Huff, Savannah,
for Bath; sch Maize, N York for Bath.
YY ilmiiti(t<»■■, NC—Ar 2Sth, brigs Pamaho, Adams,
Richmond, Me; 29th, Venus, Orr, Bath.
Surauunh—Cld 28th, ship State Rights, Paxton, Liv
FOREIGN FORTS.
Ent at Liverpool for ldg 14th, Adriatic, Snow, for Phila
delphia.
Knt inward at London 15th, A Gallatin, Storer, Baltimore.
Ar at Londonderry, 14th, Kockaway, Goodwin, St John,
NB.
Ar at Elsineur 11th, Gen Dunlap, Skolfield, N Orleans for
Cronstadt.
Ar at Havre 13th, Leavitt Storor, Gracia, N Orleans; 14tli,
Marshal Ney, Lillia, N York. Sid 1.3th, Geo F Patten, Stin
son, N Y'ork. Adv ship Tero|>est, for N York.
Ar at Havana 22d, hark William, 1’pham, Wiscasset;
24th, ship Hydra, Luut, for Cowes via Matanzag same day.
Ar at .Vlatanzas 22d, shin Costella, Gray, Havana.
Old 22d, hark Orline St John, Rod bird, N Yi>rk.
Ar at Cardenas 21st, hark Vesta, Percy, Havana.
Ckl at Quebec 26th, Screamer, Skolfield, London.
SPOKEN.
June 17tli, lat 44 25, Ion 63, was seen hark Undine, Bos
ton for Bay Vert.
REMOVAL.
Kisses L. C. & It. T. HAM
HAVE removed to the old stand of Palmer A
Ledyard, corner of Centre and Water streets,
where may be found at all times, a large and fash
ionable assortment of
ITIilliiicry ami Fancy Goods,
consisting in part of Straw, Lace and Silk Bonnets of the
latest styles; Bonnet and Cap Ribbons; Lace, Edgings and
Inserting.; Wrought and Mourning Collars; Kid, Silk, Lisle
and Cotton Gloves; Hosiery, Ac., Ac., all of which will be
Sold LOW FOR CASH.
Bath, July 4, 1853. 3tf
Richmond Bank.
THE subscriliers to the stock in the Richmond Bank, are
requested to meet in the Vestry, in Richmond Village, on
THURSDAY, July 21, at six o’clock, P. M., to make choice
of Directors, and transact any other business that may le
gally come before the corporation.
LEMUEL BROWN, Secretary.
Richmond, July 5, 1853. 2w3
Found.
A GOLD PENCIL. The owner can have the same Im
proving property and paying charges, on application to
JAMES McLELLAN.
Bath, July 5, 1853. 3w3
She riff’s Sale.
I1NCOLN ss. July 1, 1853. Taken on execution and
J will be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, the third
day of August next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, at the
premises, all the right which George 11. Green, ol Bath, in
said county, has by virtue of a bond from Robert 11. Mc
Kown, to the lot of land and buildings situate in Bnth afore
said, and bounded southerly by Arch Street, and west by
Roland Fisher, north by George W. Harvey, and east by
Samuel D. Haley. 3 N. NICHOLS, Deputy Sheriff.
Hot-Air Furnaces and Ranges,
OF the most approved kinds in use, put up and warranted
to give satisfaction. Also constantly on hand and for
sale at the lowest cash prices, a large assortment of
Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
some of which are superior for burning coal to any thing in
the market; Cambooses; Oven, Ash anil Boiler Mouths;
Iron and Chain Pumps; Lead Pipe; Sheet Lead, Zinc, Ac.
Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Lead work attended to with
promptness, and warranted by
II. L. CHAMBERLAIN.
Tax Notice.
TIIE Taxes assessed upon the citizens of Bath for the
year 1853, are committed to me to collect:—
If paid within thirty days, 8 per cent. ; wiihiu sixty
days, 0 per cent, will lie discounted ; and if not paid in
three months, they are ordered to be sued.
Ammi K. Mitchell, Treasurer and Collector.
Bath July 7th, 1803. 2m3
mouse’s
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
YELLOW DOC It ROOT.
rrHis is a Purely Vegetable Compound, scientifically
I prepared from the best Roots and Herbs of the Materia
Medica, and has gained an unrivalled reputation for the
following effects, viz:
Regulating and Strengthening the Liver and
Digestive ^Organs, and Cleansing the
Stomach and Bowels,
and thus rcring all Billious Diseases, liver Complaints,
Dyspepsia, indigestion, Costiveness, Piles, headache, Fever
and Ague, Jaundice, Nausea, Loss of Appetite, Ac., and
causing the food to nourish and supjiort every part,
Purifying tlic Blood,
and thus curing all Humors, Cutaneous Eruptions, Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald Head, Canker, Pimples on
the face, Blotches, Ulcers, Tumors, Mercurial Disease, Can
cers, &c.
Regulating the Secretory Organs,
and by enabling them to perform their proper functions,
preventing and curing many painful and dangerous diseases;
Strengthening and Quieting the Nervous System, thus
allaying Nervous Irritation, and curing all Diseases of the
Nerves, as Hysteria, Neuralgia, Cramps, Ac.
IT IS UNRIVALED IN THE CURE OF ALL
Female Complaints,
as Weakness, General Debility, Irregularity, Obstructions,
Swelling of the Feet, Limbs, Joints, Ac., caused by weak
ness; also, Lung and Throat CompLants, as Colds, Coughs,
Asthma, Consumption, Ac., also Dropsy. It is a sure reme
All Diseases of Sea-faring .lien,
as Scurv y and many others, and is a certain preventive of
all Fevers and Epidemics to whieh they are so often ex
posed. It is pleasant to take and safe in all cases; acting
in harmony with the laws of nature, it never injures, but
always benefits and cures, as thousands who have used it
with success, Its unparalled popularity and unprecedented
sales abundantly testify.
PREPARED BY
c. no its i; a co.,
No. 146 Broadway, New York,
and sold by Druggists and others throughout this and other
countries.
BURR & PERRY, No. 1 Comhill, Boston, General Agents
for New England, to whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold in Bath, by A. G. Paie | Brunswick, Wm. Baker,
E. T. Gatchell; Topsham, F. T. Littlefield; Richmond, ©.
H. Thomas; Wiscasset, E. Dana; Damariscotta, E. Dana Jr;
Waldoboro, J. T. Dana; and by Druggists generally, ly3
EXCHANGE
On England, Ireland and Scotland.
EDWARDS fy BREWSTER,
No. 4 State Street, Boston,
ITTILLdraw Bills of Exchange for the sum of one
Vi pound and upwards upon Messrs T Wiggir dr Co.,
London, charging live dollars the pound sterling.
Are perm tied to refer in Boston to
William Appleton * Co,
A dc a Lawrence dr Co,
J E Thayer dr Bao,
J K Mills dr Co.
1C7“ Bills of Exchange drawn as above, at current rates
can be had on application to J 8 SEWaLL.
Bath, Dec 14,1852._ 27tf
T7UKNACES, of the most approved patterns, stationary
F and portable, for heating Churches, Dwelling Houses,
Stores, Ac., put up, and .warranted to give satisfaction, on
the most reasonable terms, by H. L. CHAMBERLAIN
Bath, June 14,1853. J2tf
Bathing.
BATHING TUBS, Bathing Pans and Shower Baths; also
Garden Engines for watering gardens, washing windows,
carriages, ic., for sale by WATSON & PENNELL,
June 15. Broad Street.
Notioe to the Pnbiio.
HENRY PEyRET would respectfully Inform the gentle
men of Bath, Ship-masters and others visiting this city,
that he has leased GRANITE HALL, which he has fitted
up In the best manner for a
Billiard Room.
The Hall is furnished with four Billiard Tables, of the
very best quality; and the proprietor has spared no pains
or expense -to render his establishment acceptable and
agreeable to his patrons.
The celebrated Game of Billiards is one which cannot be
liable to the ojection, in a moral community, of having an
immoral tendency. It is not only a physical relaxation,
but a salutary recreation for the mind, which is proved by
the fact that in Europe, where in many cases, a Billiard
room is considered as indispensable a prerequisite as a bath
ing Room, In the mansions of those who are able to afford
the expenses, many of those most celebrated for their ac
quirements in the higher branches of mathematics have been
the most skilful Billiard players.
The subscriber pledges himself that his establishment
shall be conducted in such a manner as not to be objection
able to the mural feelings of the most fastidious.
No minors will be allowed to visit his Hall without the as
sent of their parents or guardians.
The subscriber would take this opportunity to give notice
that he would be happy to devote the use of his tables to
parties of ladies, with such instruction as they might be
pleased to wish, at any time during the day, they giving
previous notice of their intention to visit his hall.
Grateful for the patronage bestowed upon him during his
sojourn in this city, the subscriber pledges himself to spare
no pains or expense to render his establishment satisfactory
to those who may favor him with a call, being determined to
maintain the'best Billiard establishment in the State.
Bath, June 28. Im2 HENRY PEYRET.
Tuyer Irons.
IIIE latest and most approved Patent. For sale by
Z. HYDE & Co., Agt’a for Lincoln County.
Patent Morse and 0i Shoe Nails,
CHEA PER, and fur Superior to any hammered nails manu
factured. Eor sale by Z. HYDE A Co.
• Cor. Front aud Broad Streets.
- Lemon Syrup.
1 (~\ DOZ. Lemon Syrup prepare.! by the Shakers. For
1U sale by M. F. GANNETT. June, 1853
“ There is always nope!”
Important Letter from Perry, Me.
ABOUT a year and a half ago, my mother became tick
Symptoms, bad Cough, Pain in the Side and Stomach,
Night Sweats, and other premonitory symptoms of PUL
MONARY CONSUMPTION. She continued to become
weaker, and the symptoms more confirmed. About this
time we concluded to try Downs’ Elixir. IT CURED HER
COUGH, relieved her night sweats, and greatly improved
the tone of the whole system. After having continued its
use most of the time for nearly a year, she calls herself
cured ! Under God, we believe that to Downs’ Elixir alone,
she owes the preservation of her life, and the restoration of
her former strength and energy. We have also used it in
our family in other cases for which it is recommended in the
pamphlet, with universal success.
Yours truly, (Signed) SWAIN P. NORDSRROM.
Sold by the .loten or single bottle by C. W. ATWELL, un
der the U. 8. Hotel Portland.
Also sold by A. G. Pugc, Bath, and by Druggists and
dealers in medicines generally.
The reason why Downs’ Elixir
SO OFTEN CURES,
After all other means have failed!
1ST. It is pre-eminently Kxjx-ctorant; its first effect be
ing to loosen the cough, and enable you to raise and
2d. It acts powerfully upon the perspiratory organs,
causing the skin to become moist and healthy, and discharg
ing a vast amount of the impurities of the system by the
pores of the skin.
2d. It is diuretic, driving off by the urinary organs, a
portion of the disease.
4th. It has a slight cathartic tendency, regulating the
bowels, and removing costiveuess, (the reverse effect being
produced by nearly all pulmonary medicines.)
5th. It is a great Blood Purifier, thus, as an Expectorant,
ami through the various functions of the skin, the kidneys,
the bowels, and the blood, it thoroughly renovates the sys
tem, removes disease, quickens to healthy action every part,
and restores vigor and tone to tho whole system.
Sold by the dozen or single Ixjttle by C. W. ATWELL,
under the U. S. Hotel Portland.
Also sold by Am Oi Page. Bath, and by Druggists
atld dealers in medicines generally.
“AH OUXCE OF PREUEXTIUE WORTH A POUXD
OF CURE”
Facts for the People.
]?1R8T. At this season of the year, when coughs and colds
are common, every body should know that the safest and
surest remery to Ik- obtained, is
DOWNS* ELIXIR.
Second. For a common cold, and for every description of
cough, whether the result of a severe cold, produced by fe
ver, or the result of a fixed pulmonary habit, it stands UN
RIVALLED, UNEQUALLED.
Third. It often cures a cough in a few days, that has
lasted for months, and baffled the skill of the best physi
Whoopin' Cough Cured by Down*’ Elixir.
The best remedy in the world for Whooping Cough is
Downs’ Elixir. It soon breaks up the Cough, removes the
cause, and the patient gets well rid of its effects sooner than
by the use of auy other medicine.
Solti by the dozen or singlo bottto fcy o. W. ATWELL,
under the IT. 8. Hotel, Portland.
Also sold by A. G. Page, Bath, and by Druggists and
dealers in medicines generally. tf45
A GOOD TIME
To buy Dry Goods Cheap!
AT THE STOKE OF
A. B. BUTLER.
All kinds of DRESS OOODS, at very low prices, such as
Silks, Shawls, Barages, Tissues, Barage de
Laines, Lawns, Muslins, Ginghams,
Prints, and all kind of Do
mestics, at the
VERY LQVEST PRICES FDR CAS1!!
ALSO—Ladies’ and Misses’ Mohair and
Lace Mitts of all kinds and prices. Also
Gloves and Hosiery of every description !
Fancy and Trimming Goods of all kinds, at
low* prices.
A. B. BUTLER,
No. 9, opposite Sagadahock House.
Bath, June 22, 1853.
Just Opened.
ANOTHER lot of Ladies’ and Misses’ Tan Colored Boots,
ami for sale by J. W. ROBERTS.
Bath, June 20th, 1853 -* 1
AT. ROBINSON is prepared to put up SHIP and
• FAMILY STORES at short notice, as he has all these
articles constantly on hand.
Ironing made Easy,
BY the use of the Patent Self-Healing Smoothing Iron,
with a saving of patience, discomfort and fuel, a result
long sought for by various inventions, but never found till
now. It needs but one trial to satisfy the most sceptical.—
For sale by H. L. CHAMBERLAIN,
FT7* A liberal discount made to the trade.
Bath, June 14. 52 Front St., foot of Elm.
RARE CHANCE.
STOVE DEALER’S STOCK.
THE entire stock in the Store on Broad St, recently
occupied by .Hour te Sc Goodrich, is now in the
market, and will be sold on the most reasonable terms,
if application be made soon. The Stock consists of a
good variety of all the best Stoves in the market,
Hardware, Pumps, Agricultural Implements, Tin,
Britannia and Japanned Ware; and as the store is
centrally situated, the Work Shop good, and the good
willof the concern worth something, a rare opportu
nity is afforded to any enterprising man who wishes to
purchase the stock and carry on the business.
The Agricultural Pools, such as Ploughs, Cultiva
tors, Forks, etc, will ho sold separate from the Stoves
in lots to suit purchasers.
For further particulars call on the subscribers, who
are authorize I to sell for the parties concerned.
Oath, April 3.1853. OWEN A CO.
Cement. *
ZHYDF.A Co. have constantly on hand andfor
• salet he bestarlicleofCEMENT nowin use.
Feb 27,1851 .
Just Received
DIRECT-VROM BO#TO!Y,
A Fresh Supply of groceries,
SUCH as Spanish Olives, large and small size Rai
sins, in whole, halves and quarter boxes; a supe
riorqu ility of fJelatine, Corn Starch, Preserved <iiii
(Ter, Olive Oil, Ketchups of all kindt, Pickles,Sardines,
Citron, Cracked Cocoa, Chocolate, Teas and Coffees
of all grades, Ac. which heoffars to the public as cheap
its can he found in the citv
April 9. 1853 ALFRED T. ROBINSON.
1YI EW Shawls and Ready Made Mantillas, of new
Ik and lesiraole patterns, for sale at
A. B. BUTLER'S
Piano Porte Tuning.
MR. Calvin Edwards, of Portland, will visit this
city every fortnight, and tune Pianos for all persons
who may desire. Mr E wards hus been for many
years a in mufa'turer of pianos, which ure not sur
passed by anv mile; an l his reputation as a tuner, is
not equall-d by any person in the State.
17“ Orders left at Sawyer* Mugoun's Bookstore,
will receive prompt attention.
Bath, Mar 15,1533, 39
Pensions and Bounty Lands.
THE subscriber will procure PENSIONS for Wid
ows of Revolutionary Soldiers married since the
year 1800, and for widows and orphans of soldiers in
the war of 1812. Also
Bounty Land Warrants
for soldiers in any of the wars of the United Slates.
The highest cash price paid for SOLDIERS BOUN
TY LAND WARRANTS ofall kizes.
All communications by mail will receive prompt at
tention. JOHN H KIMBALL
Office of tho JLuh Savings Institution, opposite the
Elliot House“lock.
Bath, March 9,1953. t/88
TRASK’S
ALTERATIVE AND4 TONIC,
For the Hair.
THE value of this admirable preparation Is too well known
in this community to need any extended notice or com
mendation ; and the proprietor feels that it is only necessa
ry for him to call the attention of the public to the fact that
for matting of the hair, boarincss, decoloration, baldness,
&c., it has no equal, and no pne who prises this useful and
ornamental appendage of the head should be without it.
For sale by the subscriber, at his shop opposite the Saga
dahock House, and by Sawyer ft Magoun, Henry Hyde,
MagoUn ft Stinson and W. B. Stearns. P. H. TRASK.
Bath, April 28, 1852. 45
LYON’S KATHAIRON,
Par Preserving and Beautifying the Hair.
Giving it a soft and curling appearance, of the most
delightful character.
THE astonishing success of this unequalled preparation Is
without a precedent itf the history of the Materia Medi
co. But this is not strange. For its effect vat certain ;
GRAY AND BALD HEADS,
of many years’ standing, with regenerated hair, arose in
their places, and amazed the most incredulous. Hear one
out of many thousands :
“The Kathairon has fully restored my hair, after a bald
ness of 12 years. A. Jat Court bight, 76 Bond st., N. Y.”
Nor was this all. From the very first it secured the favor
of the Ladies. Their dark and luxuriant curls, soft and
glossy hair, and trains of admirers, O' mark this, «CE soon
made It evident who used the Kathairon. Physcians and
clergymen ; men, women and children, proclaimed its bene
ficial effects ; and the press derated its incontested—its ia
contestible virtues to every corner of the world. Even the
famous “Uncle Ned,’"
“ Who had no hair on the top of his head,”
Is said to have ceased his lamentations since the introduc
tion of the Kathairon. It was not alone as a
TOILET ARTICLE,
for eradicating DANDRUFF, beautifying the hair, prevent
ing it from falling off and turniug gray, that the Kathairon
gained its enviable reputatiou ; but it was also found a cer
tain cure for NERVOUS HEAD-ACHE and all cutaneous
Diseases, such as Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Pimples, Itch,
Flesh Wounds, etc., etc.
This Invaluable article is sold by all Druggists and Mer
chants throughout North and South America, Europe and
the islands of the ocean, in large and handsome bottles, at
the remarkably low price of 25 cents.
Sold to the trade at a liberal discouut, but commissioned
in no instance.
D. S. BARNES, Proprietor, 161 Broadway, N. Y.
To whom all orders should be addressed.
Weeks ft Potter, No, 154 Washington St., Boston, Whole
sale Agents for New England.
C. W. ATWELL, Portland, Wholesale Agent for Maine.
Sold in Bath by A. (>. Page and N. K. Ellsworth.
6m34*
Haying Tools.
KIMBALL’S Patent Scythes and Sneaths, Scythe Stones,
ami Rifles, llakes and Pitchforks, for sale by
Bath, June 20. 1 M. F. GANNETT.
Sugars.
MUSCOVADO, Havana Brown, Coffee Crushed, Powdered,
Granulated and Boston Crushed Sugars, for sale by
Bath, Juue20. 1 M. F. GANNETT.
Laundry Starch.
A PRIME article, for sale by
Bath, June 20. ML F. GANNETT.
Accordeons and Flntinas,
A GOOD a .sort me ii l, lorsnle by
Sepp-M II. G.T. MARSTON.
Hardware, Glass, Cutlery, &c.
THE subscriber would inform the citizen.* of Ba'h
and vicinity that he ha* taken the store recently
occupied by Kendall, Uichurdson A Co., where he
offers a good assortment of Hard ware. House furnish
ing and Finishing Goods. Also, a large assortment
of larpeiiters’ I’.iols. The patronage of the public is
solicited. HENRY M. BOVKY.
April II. tf44 Front St , Bath.
Mill Saws.
HKNStlAW k WOODROUGIl’S Cast Steel Mill
and Cross-Cut Saws, comlainl v on hand and for
sale by A T ROBINSON.
Oil and Candles.
JUST received from New Bedford, 5 bbl* Bleached
tpriug Sperm Oil ; 10 bids blenched spring Whale
Oil; 5 boxes Wax Candles ; 10 boxes Adamantine, do
TOHACCt) — Featliersiooe, Wood gate, and Pollard
brands. For sale by D. k I. PAT PEN.
May 17. 43 .
NEW GOODS!
At the Granite Store.
DETERMINED not to be outdone by any one in the sup
ply of new and fashionable Dry Goods,
OWEN d) Oo.
Will open this day at their spacious store, in addition to
their large stock, a great variety of
New and Seasonable Goods!
Such as Brocade, Figured, Plain, Black and Colored Silks ;
India and Fouland Silks ; Visites, Shawls, Lawns, Be rages,
Be rage DeLaines, Muslins, ami every article necessary to
render their stock the most complete of any on the Kcn
The above will Ire sold at wholesale and retail, at aston
ishingly low prices.
Bath, June 15, 1853. 52tf
Cumberland Coal.
foH'y TONS Run of the Mines Cumberland Coal, a supe
# rior article for Blacksmiths’ use, now landing per
steamship Freeman Hamden, fresn Alexandria, and for sale
at my new Coal Yard, on wharf next north of B. C. Bailey’s.
Bath, June 11, 1853. 53 B. O WEEKS.
Hot Air Furnaces and Ventilators,
FOR public and private buildings, sold and put up in the
best manner, xind warranted to operate to the satisfac
tion of the purchaser. Also, Brick and Portable Ranges, of
different kinds. A great variety of Cooking and other
Stoves, Cambioses, Oven, Ash, and Boiler Mouths ; Copper,
Iron and Chain Pumps ; Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Zinc, Ac.,
on hand at all times. Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper work at
tended to with promptness by WATSON A PENNELL,
Bath, June 15,1853. 52 Broad Street.
THE
Largest Assortment Yet.
AT THE
SAGADAHOCK
Clothing & Outfitting
■WAREHOUSE.
Has just been received the LARGEST assort
ment of
mm mm
Clothing!
ever offered for sale in thi3 city, consisting of
of all patterns and prices, suitable for any sea
son of the year; a very extensive
assortment of
PANTS2
some of which, in quality and workmanship,
equal any custom work that can
be obtained in this city.
Also a large assortment of the LATEST and
BEST STYLES of
HATS AND CAPS!
BOYS’ CLOTHING!
in great variety. The subscriber also offers a
large and well selected assortment of
Furnishing Goods,
AND FANCY ARTICLES!
SUCH AS .
Handkerchiefs, Dickeys, Gloves,
Cravats, Hose, &c., &c.
Encouraged by past favors, the subscriber
has, this season, far'exceeded his usual outlay
in purchasing stock, and he now assures the
public that no person wishing to purchase need
leave his store without being suited. He is
enabled to sell at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES!
for which the same quality* of Goods can be
purchased in this or any other city.
Strangers and Friends,
visiting the city, wishing to purchase, and to
make a wise outlay of their money, are res
pectfully invited to call and examine for them
selves.
J. BALLOU.
Bath, June 16, 1853. Itf
Business (Saris.
Z2T AXiXs ITS VARIETY
■SATLY AH» SHSArLV
uivm^
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
S&gVMW V3 H3XS»
A. W. TURNER, IR.,
HOUSE AND SHIP PAINTER,
Glazier and Paper Hanger,
Front Street, (4th door from Arch St.,) up stairs.
Imitator of Wood and Marble All orders promptly ami
faithfully attended to. lyl
PEJEPSCOT HOUSE,
WILLIAM MASTERS,
tf BRUNSWICK, MAINE. 50
SAGADAHOCK HOUSE,
-'-BY—
ERVIN MAXWELL,
45 BATH, ME. tf
NEWELL & ANDREWsT
IMPORTERS OP IRON,
And dealers In
Iron, Steel, Ship Spikes, Ac.,
No 65 Broad Street, (31 door from Milk 8t,)
lv49 BOSTON.
~ H M. B O V E Y,
DEALER IN
Hardware, Cutlert, Window Glass, and
Carpenters’ Tools.
FRONT STREET, BATH. 44
W . HAWTHORNE,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
AND dealer in
■ Ready-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, and
Gents’ Furbishing Goods,
A'OCJ FRONT STREET, BATH, ME.
ALFRED T. ROBINSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Groceries, Family & Ship Stores,
Near Sagadahock Ferry,
If FRONT STREET, BATH 36
KENDALL, RICHARDSON & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Hardware Dealers,
If FRONT ST , BATH, ME. 39
CHARLES C. DUNCAN k C0„
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
—AND —
SHIP AGENTS,
No 53 SOUTH STREET, NEW YORK.
C. C. Den-can. IV. S. Lindsay & Co., London.
Feb. 6, 1853. Iy36*
SHIP G AR VINCr,
EXECUTED IN THE BEST STVLE BV
C. A, L. SAMPSON,
\t the shop recently occupied bvQ B McLain ft Co.,
Broad tit. C Orders solicited. tf32
WILLIAM E. PAYNE, M. d7,
■ llomusopathic Physician and Surgeon,
Office) Middle Street,
Neatly opposite the New Church Temple. 29
GEORGE E. U. JACKSON^
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, .
tf RATH. 21
JACOB S. SE WALL,
COUNSELLOR AT LA W,
—AND—
INSURANCE BROKER,
BATH, ME.
Commissioner for Massachusetts ami Notary Public.
Marine, Fire ami Life Insurance effected in safe and reli
able offices.
Office in Union Block, Front Street. 20tf
J. D. YOUNG, M. D., .
Homoeopathist,
ISatli, Me.
IT Residence next north of Central Church, Wush
inglou Street.
J. MATHEWS, XHI. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Respectfully tenders his professional services to the in
habitants of Bath and vicinity.
XT’ Office in Uranite Block, Front Street, i'll
B. T. CURRIER, D. D. S.,
Office at his residence, on Centre St., opposite
the CITY HALL.
BATH, MB.
A LI. operations in mechan
ical ami 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,
if the best quality. Den
ist’ssupplied to order.
38t f
BRONSON 8c SEW ALL,
Counsellors & Attorneys at Law.
Officein Pierce's Block, Front Street,
BATII, ME.
DAVID nno.vsoM. 3a r. ». sewall.
PORTER 8c SMITH,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
Office over John Hayden's store, Front Street,
BATH, HE.
CHARLES R.PORTER. tf5 JACOB SMITH.
DAGUE RREOTYPES,
BY
45 Front Street 45
I. H. DUPEE,
DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST,
Rooms over Morrison's Carpet Store.
B. O. WEEKS,
Commission Merchant and Ship
Broker,
—DKAI.KR IN—
Anthracite and Bituminous Coal.
OWEN & CO.,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
FRONT STREET, BATH.
Are prepared as heretofore, to make cash advances on all
kinds of Merchandize for Auction Sales.
XT Houses, Unuse Lots, Vessels, and all kinds of ou
dtfor sales attended to on the most favorable terms.
II. W. Owes. lt> J. T. Gilman.
J. H. ALLEN & Co,
IMPORTERS, AND DEALERS IN
BAH IB.01T & STBEL,
Nails, Ship Spikes,
» Wagon Axle Springs, Ac.
IflcLcllan’s Wharf, Bath, Me.
J. II. Allen. Iy38 j. H. McLellan.
ELISHA CLARKE
■ dealer in
Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles,
School Books and Blank Books,
Of all kinds, cheap for Cash.
ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK, FRONT ST,
FANCY GOOES.
KRAMER A IIEYER,
IMPORTERS OP
French, German and English Goods,
Musical Instruments. Alarm Clocks, Toys,
Willow Baskets, Brushes, Fancy Boxes
Ac., &c.,
Nos. 18 and 20 Atkinson, near Milk SI
boston.
nr Orders taken for Staple Articles in their line at the
usual rates. . jyy
PIANO FORTES.
PIANO FORTES of the beat manufac
ture, (Warranted) at manufacturer’s
lowest prices, constantly on hand and for
sale.
Piano Fortes to Let.
Seiaphines, Melodians and Reed Organs furnished to or
der. Persons heving Piano Fortes that need tuning or
repairing can have the same done in a workmanlike man
ner, by leaving their orders at
Feb 2«, 185J. 8AFVP * MAGOyN’S
TTTTv
A Cure for Cought. Cold*,
Consumption ,Bronchitis
AithmoyQ*ntrol La
bility, f all Scrof
ulcrus Humors.
THIS Compound hag been
used with ihe mod com
pleie aucceM by our mod cel
ebrated physician* for the re
moval and permanent cure of
the above disease*. Hun
dreds for whom there was no
hope before the diacoverjr of
this simple yet effectual re
medy, have beeu raised to
health and happiness by its
timely use. 'i’he following
case of J Williams is suffi
cient to .convince oil of its
wonderful effecu- lie says:
I had been sick with con
firmed consumption tor sev
eral months, i had used the
clear Cod Liver Oil mod ot
ihe time, but had derived but
lilile benefit from it. 1 had
ail nllnck of Bleeding at Ihe
. , Lungs, which alarmed my
mends very much, as they now supposeo there was no
nope lor me. About this lime I heard of your Com
pound of Cod Liver Oil and Lime. I immediately
commenced using it, and began soon to perceive its
beneficial effects: i„ ,„.0 month. my cough had ei»
liielj lett me. and I am now enjoying perfect health.
iw n TSi.rJ,uly >our*. , J WILLIAMS.
N B-Thia Compound does not nauseate like the
clear Cod Liver Oil, but emu be taken with pleasure
b) the most deliCRte female. Be sure and cel the ceo
uinc, manufacture! only by 5 *
A I* LX R B. WILBOH, Chemist
No 156 Conn Botten.
A. Go Page, Sole Ageni for Baih.
NEW goo1Ts7~
^ NEW and WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT
of
Boots and Shoes,
Just received from the Manufacturer*, for sale CHEAP
by J. H. NICHOLS.
Shorts.
KEPT constantly on baud and lor sale by
April 9.ALFRED T ROBINSON.
RECEIVED. thiaday at the store on Elm st.,aud
for -ale, 2500 bushels mealing corn, flour, lard, box
raisins, cheese, smoked beef, teas, coffee, pickles, ike ,
Ac., Ac. Old Hyson Tea. Young do do, Oolong do
Ningyong do, Sperm Oil, Burning Fluid, ire ’
Baih, Feb 2. It R SMITH A CO.
Clocks! Clocks!! Clocks!!!
A GREAT variety,for sale cheap by
Sept28. T. H. O. MARSTON.
Powder.
THE subscriber has on hand, and yrill be constantly
supplied with Blasting I’owdek, which he offers for
sale, wholesale and retail. Also, a large supply of
FUSE. WILLARD WALKER.
Bath, May 27. 1853. 50tf
GLOVES, Hosiery, Trimming Goods. Braids. Bul
lous, Ac. ut A B BUTI.ER’S.
Bnlh, May 10, 1858. No 9, opposite Sagadnhock.
FOURTH OF JULY!
Fir© Works!!
rpiIE subscriber would inform the citizens of Bnth and
J- vicinity that he is prepared t» furnish cities and towna
with displays of Fire Works, (New York snd Boston
make) of every description for the anniversary of our
Nation’s birth day ; varying in price 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 and freight bills. For sale by
8. AV. CREECH, Federal 8t, Portland,
Between the United States Hotel and Elm House.
Portland, May 17, 1853. 48td
Douse Papers and Borders.
ALA RGE and well selected stock ol House Papers,
B>rders, Fire Board Patterns. Wiudow Shades
and Fixtures, lor sale at low prices bv
49 SAWYER A AfAGOUN, Boolstlltrs.
REMOVAL.
Henry Hyde
HAS removed for a short lime to the stora recently
occupied by It. U Smith ft Co., 4 doors north ■of
the old etaud, where he will be hippy to wait on his.
former customers ami friends. He has just received a
new supply of
Books and Stationery!
Also—a very large assortment ol I’.tPKR HANG
INGS*; all of which will be sold low.
Bath, May Jl, 1363. tN»
Gas Burners, Chandeliers, &c.
JUST received, a large and extensive assortment of
Gas Burners, Chandeliers, dec, which we offer at the
lowe-t manufactory prices. '1 hese fixtures arc from the
best n.anufaclory, and are all warranted. Dense call
and examine. S. W. HEATH & CO.
Bath, June 4. 51
Hardware, Cutlery, &,o.
MITCHELL & LOW,
KEEP constantly on hand and for sale, a large and supe
rior assortment of Hardware, Edge Tools, Saws, Car
Iienters’ Tools of every description, at the lowest prices for
cash. Also, constantly on hand, Tin and Copper Ware—
Ships’ Pumps, &c., &c. 32
Last Call.
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber, by note or ac
count, are requested to call and settle immediately,
as lie wishes to close up his accounts without delay.—
This is the lust call. WILLARD WALKER.
R»»h. Mnv 27, 1«.'8. 50tf
Wanted,
SIX or eight good Coal makers, to whom the highest
wages will he given, ut
FEENEY it KYLE’S.
Fall*, May 31, 1853. 3w5(>
Flour and Rye,
RECEIVED per Sch Normahal—for sale by
D. * L. PATTEN, Railroad Wharf.
Rath. June 1, 1853 . 50tf
For Sale!
A SECOND-HAND Phteton, in good order.will ba
sold cheap on application to
3w50 DAVID PATTEN. •
Fern Leaves,
FROM Fanny’s Portfolio. A new and interesting work,
by Fashy Fern, just received and for sale bv
HENRY HYDE.
• Bath. June 8, 1853. 4w5l
Powder.
THE subscriber will keep constantly on hand, for
sale. Blasting and Sporting Powder, by the keg;
also Salety Fuse. II M. BOVKY.
Opposite Elliot House Block, Front St.
Bmh, April 11. tf44
FIRE! FIRE!!
THE subscriber continues to receive applirntions for
liisurunre agnius1. loss by Fire in the Augusta
Mutual Fire Insurance Compauv. Pleas*
caHon J. ELLS W ORTH, Agent.
Bath, Oct. 17.1-52. 16lf
Pocket Cutlery, Razors, &c.,
BEST assortment in Bath, at
Sept26. T. II. G. MARSTON’S.
SURGEON
DENTIST
A* K+ ®[email protected]&
HAVING permanently located himself at Bath, would
say to the ladies and gentlemen of this city and vi
cinity, that he is 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
|iis operations shall recommend him to the public
O’ All work warranted. Perfect satisfaction given In
all operations, or no compensation will he required.
Toothache cured, without extracting the tooth, in most
cases. Office in room No 23, Elliot House Block, Front
Street, Bath, Me. 44tf
PAPA MACHE CENTRE PIECES—a large and well
selected assortment. Please call and examine.
Bath, June 4. 8. W.HEAIH&CO 61tf
New Stock.
THE subscriber has just returned with a full supply of
Boots and Shoes, of the latest styles, which together
with his former stock makes his asssortment complete.
Persons from adjoining towns who buy for cash are re
spectfully invited to call. J. W. ROBERTS.
Bath, June 20th 1863. 1
*
Boots, Boots.
A GOOD assortment of men’s, boys’ and youth’s
calf Boots, just received by
Bath, June 20th, 1853.
J. W. ROMMS
Sundries.
MALAGA, Smyrna and Sultana Raisins, figs, Zante Cur
rants, Shelled Almonds, Rose Water, Tomato Ketchup,
Pepper Sauce, Canary Seed, Sago, Tapioca, Pearl Barley,
Com Starch, Farina, and Arrow Root, tor sale by
Bath, June 18. 1 M. F. QANNSIT.
Just Received
EROM Boston, a superior lot of CHEHBE—Berluhlre,
New York, Worcester County and torifolk. For sale by
Jane 02 A- "• ROBINSON.
Direct IVoui New York.
200
BBLS. FLOUR, of different brands, such as the
__Hiram Smith, Manhattan, Metropolitan Mills,
Quarry Mills, Ohio, Cyaugua, Double extra Akron, O.-Ha
mon’s double extra ■, half bbls.
June 22.
bis. do., Ac., Ac. For^ile by
7a. t. robij&son.
Direct from Boston.
Afresh supply of family groceries-** fcfcs too
numerous to mention. For sale cheap P**
cured in this city. A.1- ROBINSON.
June 22 ;_
Flavoring Emtraot^
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