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Arrival of the Asia. l'he Royal mat steamship Alia, from Liver pool Saturday 16th, arrived at New York, Ju ly 28. 1 ho Eastern question remains in statu quo. Nothing authentic has been received to change it in the least respects. 'Lord John Russell stated in Parliament that it was by no means at a dead lock, but that ne gotiations were going on. Captain Stringham’s energy in reclaiming M. Costa had prevented his being carried to Trieste; he having placed the Austrian brig under the guns of the Su Louis. Interviews had taken place between Mr. Marsh and Baron Hruuqfc, and as far as imper fect accounts indicate, matters will await or ders from Vienna and Washington. Two- more Austrian ships of war are sent to Smyrna, to watch the St. Louis. Letters from b lorence revive the rumor that the Crand Duke Leopold, of Tuscany, was about to abdicate in favor of his son. Latest Intelligence.—The latest from the London limesof the 16th, is dated Paris, Fri day evening. The Exchange was firm to near the close, when a panic arose in consequence of a rumor that Admiral Brular’s squadron had been ordered to the Baltic. Rcssia.—The news from the principalities and Odessa is disheartening. The stagnation of trade was daily increasing. A letter from a Russian officer in the princi palities states that as the army will pass the winter in the principalities, the officers were sending for their families. Mercantile advices from Vienna state that a general conviction prevailed that the Turkish question might be considered as settled. A Contrast for the Times. The eloquent silence of the contrast between a. pood and a bad action is, perhaps, the best argument in favor of the truth. For instance, lake up the four years of democratic rule, which bepan in 1845 and ended in 1849, and then take up the four years immediately suc ceeding, and what a lesson the examination leaches to the world ! what triumphant results reward the inquiring mind J what a moral it presents for the contemplation of our country men ! and, above and beyond all, how forcibly the contrast proves that when democratic prin ciples are applied by democratic statesmen, and adhered to to the end with unflinching pa tience and fortitude, the sequel is sure to be one to arouse the admiration of liberal men all over the world. In a word, the contrast between the demo cratic administrations of Janies K. Polk and the whig administration of Taylor and Fill more, is a stronger proof, on the one hand, of the value and the virtue of democratic princi ples, aud, on the other, of the hurtful tenden cies of whig dogmas, than could he elicited in auy discussion, however able, profound, and Masterly.— Washington. Union. Bowdoin College, Maine.—We understand that our distinguished fellow-citizen, lion. Bel lamy Storer, has accepted an invitation to de liver an address before the “ Peucinian Socie ty ” of Bowdoin College, on the occasion of commencement of this time honored, and high ly popular Literary Institution, the 5th of Sep tember. Mr. Storer is a graduate of Bowdoin College, and a member of the Peucinian Soci ely. ******* I he President and Professors of Bowduin 1 College rank among the first scholars of the age. Rev. Leonard Woods, Jr., D. D., is the President, and has a very enviable reputation as a classical scholar and a man of genius ; we can avouch for his being an accomplished gen tleman. Professors Cleaveland, Goodwin, Packard, Hitchcock, Upham, Smyth and lloody are well I known to literary men, both in this country and in Europe. We cheerfully commend Bowdoin College to all our young men seeking a collegiate edu cation away from home, and we advise our gcntd citizens who are travelling this summer for their health or pleasure, to extend their journey as far as the Androscoggin or Kenne bec. We are pleased that Mr. Storer has accepted the invitation to return and deliver an address within the walls of that beloved and revered in stitution, from which he came forth a beard less youth, and sought the West, where he has gained much distinction, and now, alter the lapse of nearly forty years, returns to impart wisdom to the sons, and perhaps, grandsons of classmates and college acquaintances.—Cincin nati Commercial. Remedy for the Yellow Fever. The newspapers of British Guinea contain accounts of the discovery of a remedy lor that scourge of tropical America, the yellow fever. The discovery was made at Angostura, in Venezu ela, or as the city is now called, Cuidad Boli var. The remedy is the plant vcri'ain. or ver bena, which grows abundantly in that region. The expressed juice of the leaves, given in small doses three limes a day, with an mana of (he same every two hours, is stated to be a perfect cure for the yellow fever and black vomit, even in their most threatening stages. All the physicians of Angostura have adopted this treatment of the disease, and they state that hardly any deaths occur under its influ ence. This information is furnished by Mr. Mathison, the British Vice-Consul at the above place. A Female Sailor.—A schooner belonging to Harwich, came into Salem harbor one day this week, with a female helms-ma/t who per formed the duty with as much grace and appa rent ease as could aoy veteran tar. We un derstand that she has been in the habit of go ing to sea with her husband, w ho is owner and commander of the vessel, and that during any temporary indisposition of her “ worser half,” she performed his duties in a manner satisfactory to all concerned, especially “ the owners.” Such a woman is a worthy help meet.—Salem Freeman. Very Like a Miracle.—The North Brit ish Daiiy Mail has the following under the ti tle of “ Remarkable Occurrence “ A little* girl had her left eye so com pletely covered with a white speck that it was rendered sightless. A few days since, while amusing herself out of doors, a dove descended from a neighboring dwelling house, and -as if in search of food, removed the speck with its bill, without the slighest injury, so that ever since, the vision of the giri has been perfect. OjT’ One of the best counterfeits wc have wver seen made its appearance on Thursday last, namely, the five’s on the Casco Bank, Portland, Me. They are almost as well en graved as the genuine, and few would suspect but that they are good. They may be detected by <djseTving the indistinct outline of the vest on the portrait of Ex-President Fillmore at the left corner, and also by the red letters FIVE which are stamped on the face and appear on the back, whereas in genuine they are pressed through.—Traveller. We mentioned the other day that the people of Iowa used Shanghai chickens to plough with. We have since learned that a gentle man in Ohio carries matters etill further, and is now breaking a rooster to the saddle. He meets with very excellent success—having done, on Friday last, a mile in 2.38. P. S. There is an advantage the chickens possess over the horse—the latter you have to spur, while the formor spur themselves.—Ex. What are we coming to? The enormous expense of living fairly threatens us with star vation or bankruptcy. While every kind of business is prospering beyond precedent, and prices have advanced, our own trade is an ex ception. The tendency of printer’s prices is always downward. Now that everything else is so high, we are beginning to feel the effect of it, sadly. Nobody will pay any more for a newspaper, because we have to pay from a ninepence to twenty cents a pound for every mouthful of meat we eat, and other things in proportion. And what is still worse, in the very midst of this state of things some publish ers are reducing their prices. We hope they car afford to do it; we can’t.—Nashua, (N. H.) Telegraph. The Military Visit. On Tuesday last the Bath City Grays, ac‘ companied by the Bath Brass Band, arrived here by the steamer Daniel Webster, and erected their tents upon the East Summer St. Common. This is one of the handsomest, largest and most respectable Independent Mil itary Companies in the State. At 1 o’clock P. M., the Company dined at the Hatch House, at the invitation of Ex-Al derman Low, formerly a citizen of Bath. In the afternoon the Greys were received by a large company of young men of our city, dressed in white pants, black coats and glazed caps, and armed with guns from the arsenal, —Col. Wm. H. Mills in command, assisted by Lieut. J. E. Reynolds, and preceded by Clarke’s Brass Band,—and escorted through the principle streets of the city. This parade was the subject of high commendation by the citizens generally. In the evening the Grays took a lunch at the Hatch House ^guests of the citizen’8 company. Songs, toasts, and short speeches detained the throng in a most merry mood till a late hour. On the next day, Wednesday, the two companies went to Old town by the II o’clock train and returned by the 3 o'clock train. On Thursday at 2 o’clock P. M., the Grays left for Belfast on board the steamer Daniel Webster. A large number of our citizens in terspersed largely with ladies, accompanied them. They left our city highly gratified with the reception they had met with from our citizens.—Bangor Jeffersonian. Democratic County Convention. The Democratic Republican* of Lincoln County will meet by their delegates in Conven tion at the Court House in Wiscasset, on W ednesday, 24th day of August next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the following pur poses, to wit: To nominate four candidates for Senators for the third Senatorial District; one candidate for County Commissioner; a can didate for County Attorney, and a candidate for County Treasurer. The basis of representation is established as follows, viz:—All towns and plantations which gave for the democratic candidates for Presi dent and Vice President in November last 75 votes and under 150 will be entitled to two delegates each ; all those which gave 225 and under 300 such votes, 4 delegates each ; all thoso which gave 300 and under 500 such votes, 5 delegates each ; all those which gave 500 such votes and over, to 6 delegates each, and all other towns and organized plantations to one delegate each. Upon the above basis Rockland will be en titled to 6 delegates; Path, 5 delegates; Waldo boro’ and Thomaston, 4 delegates each ; Booth bay, Bristol, Lewiston,Nobleboro,’ Warren and Wiscasset, 3 delegates each; Bowdoinham, Bowdoin, Damariscotta, Fdgecomb, Friendship, j Georgetown, Jefferson, Lisbon, Newcastle, j Phipsburg, Richmond, St. George, South Thomaston, Topsham, Union, Washington and Whitcfield, 2 delegates each ; all other towns and organized plantations, one each ; and no person can be a delegate for any town or plan tation in said Convention unless he is a voter in the place ho represents, but by a vote of the Convention. JERK ELLSWORTH. Per order of the County Committee. July 25th, 1853. The following vote was passed at the last County Convention : Voted, That the next County Convention be held at Wiscasset, and that the basis of repre sentation for the future County Conventions, be predicated upon the vote for the democratic candidates for President and Vice President in November next, until otherwise ordered by some future Convention. Phipsburg, The democratic republicans of Phipsburg are requested to assemble at the Town House, on Saturday, the 13th day of August, instant, at 4 o’clock, P. M , to select two delegates to at tend the County Convention at NViscasset, on the 24th day of August instant. Per order Town Committee. Phipsburg, August 1, 1853. So family should be without them. We speak of Dr. McLaoes’s Liver Pills, which have be come an indispensable Family Medicine. The frightful symptoms which arise from a diseased Liver manifest them selves, more or less, in every family; dyspepsia, sick head ache, obstruction of the menses, ague and fever, pains m the side, with dry, hacking cough, are all the resultfof hepatic derangement—and for these Ur. McLane’s l'ills are a sov ereign remedy. They have never l»een known to fail, ami they should be kept at all times by families. DlKEtTiOSd.—Take two or three on going to bed, every second or third night. If they do not purge two or three times by next morning, take one or two more. A slight breakfast should invariably follow their use. The Liver Pill may also lie used where purging is simply necessary. As an anti-billious purgative, they are inferior to none. Ami in doses of two or three they give astonish ing relief to sick headache; also in slight derangements of the stomach. O" Purchasers will he careful to ask for Da. McLank’s Celebrated Liver Pills, and take none else. There are other Pills, purporting to !>e Liver Pills, now before the pub lic. Dr. 11cLane’s Liver Pills, also liis celebrated Vermifuge, can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores in the United States and Canadas. Melinite's Worm SpeeiAe. The following, from a customer, shows the demand which this great medicine has created wherever it lias been intro Blossdirg, Tioga Co. Pa., March 30, 1850. Gentlemen—In consequence of the frrenl consumption of your “Worm Specific” in this place ami vicinity, we have entirely exhaust**! our stock. W’e should feel obliged by your forwarding, via Corning N. Y., 20 dozen, with j our bill, on the reception of which we will remit you the money. From the wonderful effects of said “Specific” in this neigh borhood, there could he sold annually a large quantity, if to lie had, (Wholesale ami retail) from some local agent.— If you would Compensate a jierson for trouble and expense of vending, I think I could make it to your advantage to do Yours, respectfully, WM. M. MALLOUY, Messrs. J. Kipd, & Co. Per \\. E. Porter. (fj- Purchasers will please be careful to ask for Dr. Mc Lane’s Celebrated Vkkmieugk, and take none else. All other Vermifuges, in comparison, are worthless. I)r. 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. BlIItH & PERRY, I Comhill, Boston, General Agents for New England. A Gr Page, Agent, Bath, and sold by Druggists generally. Tub Great Exiiibitios.—Anion" the many articles for the toilet at the Crystal Palace, the Balm of Thousand Flow ers attracts the greatest attention. It is universally conce ded to be the host article known for removing tan, etc. from the face and otherwise improving the complexion. For sale by Sawvkh k Macocs and Wm. B. Stearns. Read! Read! Over 950 Bottles are daily manufactured and sold of CLARKE’S VEGETABLE Sherry Wine Bitters. And still (he cry is more! more! more!*\Ve sup pose the reason Hint everybody buys and lakes them is because they are made of HOOTS and UKKHS, which are sure to do good and never do injury : such as Hock Hose, Winlergreeu, Sarsaparilla, Dock Hoot, Dandelion, Wild Cherry, Prickly Ash, Thorougbwort, Poplar Hark, &c.,the great remedies for \\ eakuess, l.oss of Appetite, Diver Complaints, and an unhealthy elate of the stomach, bowels and blood. The ladies all like them for the/ make clear skin, rosy cheek* and flood hea'ih, and are so nice to t lie taste as to he really delicious; 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 for the mammoth bottle, holding two quarts. K. R. Ci.auke. Slutron. Mass, Sole Proprietor. It. it SMITH k CO., O.n 15 Wholesaleaud retail agents, Kim si, Bath. T11E PILES. A CURE FOR LIFE SECURED! I>r. Upliftin'* Internal Remedy, nc>>Y>,e cure I’des, Inflammation of the Liver tutd .> J! eeni Inflammation, Soreness and Ulceration of Bovv,i!*> Kidneys and Bladders; Influm * * "wcurial rheumatism; Impurity of blood, w Pilkmw mfl.,,.- , . . 1 J . . . » F = . . i . >>iruniauBm impurity ui moon, of marned Dadil‘"!i0“ °f lh" S‘’‘"e ! tt,,U for lhe relief of married Ladies THE VEGETABLE TILE ELECTUARY Is the only really.successful remedy (or that dangerous and distressing complaint, the PILES, ever offered to the American public Mark this: it is an Internal Remedy, mil an external application, and will cure any case of Pile* either bleeding or blind, menial or exlemul, and probably the only thing that will. It is very mild in its operation, and may be taken in cases of most acute inflammation without danger._ This medicine attacks the disease at it* source, and re moving the cause, 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 the piles and all inflammatory diseases, WITHOUT PAIN OK IRRITATION, but will ensure an easy lime, a safe delivery, and a sound constitution in the offspring. Sold wholesale and retail in Bath, by A G Pace, Sole Agent for the Proprietor. lyio R. R. R.—Rad way’s Ready Remedies, I'SHfc rOK TOE FOLLOWING COMPLAINTS, WILL ACT QUICK, PLEASANTLY AND EFFEC TUALLY. The public will please tie particular anil ask for the Reme dy recommended for Lite Complaint it is intended to cure. Rheumatism, Rad Way’s Ready Relief. Neuralgia, “ “ “ Cholera “ “ « Cramjis and Spasms, “ “ “ Sick-lleadache, “ “ “ All Nervous, Neuralgic, anil Spasmodic ^nmplalnts. “ “ “ RoaBy’s Keaily Relief will Instantly allay irritations. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, lla lway’s Regulators Costiveness, Indigestion, “ “ Kidney Complaints, “ “ Feyers of all kinds, “ “ Measles, “ “ All diseases arising from irregularity, of cither or all the organs of the system, Railway’s Regulators will speedily remove and cure. They regulate the system, and insure to all who take them an easy discharge, and a healthy diges Bad Blood. All diseases arising from bad blood and poisonous depos its are quickly cured by Railway’s Renovating Resolvent. Scrofula, Radway’s Renovating Resolvent. Salt Rheum “ “ “ Syphilis “ « “ Cancers, “ . “ “ llail Humors, 11 “ “ Old Sores, Fever Sores, Erysipelas, St. Vitus’s Dance, &c., are cured by RAHWAY’S RENOVATING RESOLVENT. N. B.—The public will please particularize the Remedy they need. Railway’s Heady Relief stops the must violent I tains in a lew minutes and quickly removes the cause.— Drice of R. R. Relief, #1 00, 60, and 25 cents; Regulators, 25 cents per box. Resolvent, $1 00 per bottle. Agents.—A. G. Pagr and X. K. Ellsworlh, Bath; Edmund Dana, Wiscasset; Win. Oatchell, Bruns wick; J. C. Tibbets, Lisbon; U. F. Thicker and Samuel Richards, Bowdoinhain; David Newbegin, Bootlibay. 4w2 Cod Liver Oil and Limb.—Ii Ims now become a sealed fa cl that ihere is nothing yet discovered so effi cacious for roughs, consumption mill ali pulmonary complaints, ns the Cod Liver Oil, with the preparation of Lime combined. The public nre indebted to Dr Al exander B Wilbur, No l.»<> Court, corner Bn'Jinrh, St, lor tliis invaluable medicine, from whom we can only get the genuine. We would advise every one who is afflicted with complaints above mentioned, to try tins preparation of the Oil without tail. We have seen it tried wiih the happiest results. A. G. I'd gr, Sole Agent lor Bath. 6tnl5 LYON’S KATHAIItON, Cleanses the head from Dandruff and its natural impuri ties, and cures Baldness after many years standing. “The Kathairon restored my hair after a baldness of 12 years. Yours, &c., A. Jay Cocbtkight, 76 Bond st., N. Y. A superlative article for dressing the hair. Price only 25 cents, and sold everywhere. D. 8. BARNES, Proprietor, 161 Broadway, N. Y. HUrringts. In this city, 1st inst, by Rev l' Jaijues, Mr Gilman S Douglass to Miss Rosilla E Shaw. In this city, on Sunday evening last, by Rev Or Elling wood, Mr Melvin 0 Crooker to Miss Eliza A Rowing. In this city, 28th ult., by Rev 1* Jaques, Mr Ellas Rob bins to Miss Sarah Berry. In New York, ('apt Benj W Morse to Miss Ann E J, daughter of Capt Man Rodbird, all of this city. In Webster, July 22d, Mr. Albion P. Tracey of W., to Miss Sarah M. Eastman, of Fayette. In Rockland, July 19th, Mr. David T. Trundy, of New York, to Miss Eliza E. Eaton, of Deer Isle. July 12th, by Rev. George Pratt, Mr. Elias Larrabee to Miss Elizabeth II. Brewer, both of Rockland. In this city, 27th ult, Emma F. 8, daughter of Richard R and Julia A Barron, aged 4 years and 7 months. In this city, 30th ult, Henry Douglass, aged 15 years. In this city, 31st ult, Mrs Elizabeth Brown, aged 87 yrs. In Phipsburg, 29th ult, Mrs Maunah P Paine, aged 55 In Newcastle, Mr Bartlet Sheldon, aged 55 years and 7 months. In Damariscotta, Mrs Mary B Cox, aged 45 years ti mos. In Rockland, July ‘23d, Mr. Joseph Condon, aged 59 yrs. 15 days ; July 19th, Elder James Gross, aged 95 years 5 22d ult., Miss Ruliainah F. Cox, aged 21 years ; Capt. James Spaulding, 88 ; Mr. Leverett A. Hewett, aged 38 ; George Woodbury, only son of John F. Hatch, aged 4 months ; Mrs. Mary E., wife of N. Y. Kelley, aged 22. In the Navy Hospital, New Y'ork, 7th ult., Augustus, only son of Anthony and Mary liosiuer, of Rockland, aged 27 years and 5 months. In Lewiston, July ltith, Mrs. Jane G., wife of Wm. W. Rowe, aged 21 years, (i mouths. In I iville, Mrs. Lydia, widow of the late Joseph M'a terhouse, aged 77 years. In Wales, July 28th, Lydia, wife of Sylvanus Bangs, aged 04. At Gonaives, July 7, Charles H. Leach, of Warren Me., aged 17, seaman on board sell. Julia A. Rich. EASTEItN TIMES pout of bath. SAILED from Brunswick 27th ult, Bng Maria, Stover, Potomac River (to load with timber for Uobt £>|« ar, Esq, of Richmond.) Tuirsdat, July 28. ARRIVKD. Brig Pamaho, Adams, Wilmington, NC. Sch Westport, McCobb, Ka|i|iahaiinock. Pell Washington, Patterson, Baltimore. Ekiday, July 29. ARllIVKD. Sch Susan M Young, Mathews, Jacksonville. CLKAKKD. Ship <1 W Morton, (new, M2 tons) Tollman, Magaguada vic, MB; brig Kunicc, (llr) Brown, Walton, NS. Satikday, July 30. ARRIVED. Brig John Gurtenhurg, Moon, Philadelphia. Sch Kennebec, Perkins, Pottomac River. Sch Liberty, Tibbets, Potomac River. CLEARED. Ship Cambria, (new, 1187 tons) Perry, St John, NB; brig Carlann, Ames, Philadelphia; sch Algona, (Br) Vance, Walton, NS. Monday, Aug. 1. ARRIVED. Sch Jos P Johnson, Snow, Baltimore. Sch Fairfield, Kelly, New York. Sell Banner, (Br) Douglass, Maitland, NS. Tcksday, Aug. 2. CLEARED. Bark Oen Taylor, Dennison, Havana. Brig Pamaho, Adams, Calais. The N Y Ship List states that brig Alida, 8 years old, 240 tons, built in Thomaston, has lieen sold on private terms. DOMESTIC PORTS. Boat on—Ar 27th, Imrk Roxana, of Thomaston, Brown, Mansanilla, 26th ult. Also ar 28th, bark William, of Damariscotta, Upham, Ha vana 17th inst; sch Catherine Beal, Wiitchenbuck, Waklu boro. Ar 29th, brig Ilesperas, of Wiscassct, Chase, Philadel phia; sch Diamond, Rockland. Cld Wtli sells Central America, Chase, l’ictou; E Arcula rius, Rockland; Gaselle, llallowell; Exeter, Rath. Ar 31st, sch Olive Branch, llarpswell. New Orients*—Adv abt 19th, ship Wiliam, for Phil adelphia same day. Towed to sea 20th, ship Dirigo, for Liver|Kjol. Adv abt 21st, bark Chas Thompson, for Boston with des Ckt 22(1, ship Chas Crooker, Delano, Liver|*iol. Also adv ship Lisbon, for Liverpool, wtg 500 latles. Cld 22d. ship John P Harward, Audrog, Liverpool. ('harlesloil—Ar 25th, brig Vandallier, Huke, Rock Cld 20th, brig Lilian, Rose, Bath; sch J S Wilson, Booth i hay. ivey rn—m |*>ri mi, snip inarainon, repg Norfolk—Ar25th,"Sell lly F reeling, Evans, Hallowed. Oregon—In Columliia river June 22, bark Nahiunkeag, Champlain, fm San Francisco, ar 19th. Hnvaunah—Ar 2'2dsch Hallowed, llariling, Rockland. [ At Savannah 28th, brig Lucy Atwood, Atwood, for Hath; Sell Hallowed, llariling, for Rockland. Baltimore—Cld 20th, brig Tornado, M’Carty, ller Ar 20tli, brig llillow, Perry, New Bedford. Cld 27th, sell Meridian, Tarr, Hath. Philuilel |»hiu—Ckl 25th, ship Marathon, Vandyke, New Orleans; 20th, ship Hrotto, Stuart, Liverpool. Cld 211th, seh Oregon, Lewis, Hath. Sun Franck-no—Sid June 21, sliip Lucknow, Plum mer, Callao. New Vork—Sid fm the Spit 26th, sl ip A Gallatin.— Ship Wm Tapscott, for Liverpool, has anchored at the Spit. Ar 27th, sell Lansun Dean, Clmer, Rockland. Cld, hark Quinnebaug, Jenkins, Savannah. Ar 28th, hark Arco Iris, Clark Marseilles. Cld 28th, bark Jenny Pitts, Snow, Quebec. Ar doth, ship Trenton, l'atten, Havre 49; bark Princeton, Seely, Oemarara Je 28. Newport—Ar 27tli,sell Ustaloga,Rondout for Hallowed Sid 28th, soli 1'staloga, (Rn Knndout) Hallowed. Portland—Ar 28th, sell Wankinco, Gardiner for Prov New Iluvcn—Ar 25th, brig Nartiske, Nelson, Ponce. FOREIGN FORTS. At Cardenas 16th ult, brig Jos Albion, Clark, for Phila delphia 6 ds. Sid fm Shediac 18th ship Wm Patten, Decker, London. Ar at St John, ND, 23d, ship Katahdin, Kustis, Boston. At Trieste 2d inst, ship Ellen Maria, Whitmore, destina tion not fixed. Sid fm Havana 16th, hark lsnardonv Sparks,Sagur. In port brig Leontine, Merryman, disg. Ar at Matanzas 15th inst, sliip Uobt Patten, Purington, Boston. Sid 14th, Imrk Jane Doteu, Grows, London; 20th, ship Hydra, Luut, Cowes. Ar at St John, NB, 24th, sliip Rochambeau, Stackpole, New York. Ar at Liverpool 12th inst, Houghton, Doane, New York. Going in 16th, John k Albert, Wilson, from St John, NB; Arkansas, Otis, fm N Orleans via Queenstown. Sid lath, Adriatic, Snow, Philadelphia; Manila, Given, N York. Adv Yankee Blade, for N York 21st; Houghton, do Aug 1; Liverpool, do 6th; Conqueror, do with despatch; Mer maid, for Philadelphia; W V Kent, do 20th; Lizzie llarward, do with despatch; Sea Nymph, for Baltimore with despatch; Switzerland, for Charleston 20tlr, Waltham, ■ do with des Ent for Mg 13th, Wm Y Kent, Philadelphia; 15th, Hough ton, Doane, N York. But inward at London 13th, Champlain, Woodward, Ma tanzas. CM 13th, Arlington, Ryan, Newcastle and N York; 14th, Florence, Potter, do do. Ar at Deal 15th, S V Given, Given, Shanghae Mch 9 for London, and proceeded. Off the Owers 12th, Harvard, Goodwin, 27 ds from City Point for London. At at Portsmouth 13th, Jane Parker, Ilowkcr, Havana via Cowes for London. Ar at Falmouth 13th, Burlington, WinchelL Matanzas. Off the Start 13th, St John, Skolhcld, fm New Orleans for Havre. Passed the Lizard 12th, Kate Swanton, Morse, fm Sagua for London. Ar at the Pill, below Bristol, 14th Singapore, Crowell, Mauritius via Queenstown (where she ar 11th) for Bristol. Sid fm Newport 13th, Old England, Fackham N York Ar at Greenock 11th, Erie, Curtis, St John, NB. In the Clyde big, Tenaro, for New York. Ar at Queenstown 12th, Arkansas, Otis, New Orleans. Ar at Stockholm 6, Gleaner, Flilner, New Orleans, Ar at Bremerhaveu Harriet Augusta/Trutt, City Point. Ar at Bordeaux 14th, Marshall Ney, hillia, Havre to load for N York. Adv, Chas Cooper and Meteor for N Orleans’ Bristol, July 14. Ill port brig Josephine, Bornholm, form London for Cardiff, repairing. On the 8th, at 12 10 PM Eddy stone Light bearing N 15 20 miles, wind from N to N N W was run into by the Swedish brig Hoffnung, from Lisbon for Carishamn; run her Isiwsprif to our larboard bow, car ried away cutwater, bobs lays, and so swung on our star board side as to damage considerably; took off brig’s bow sprit and foremast; received on board the captain and nine men; one man was lost between the vessels in getting on board at the time of collision. The weather was very thick. The vessel is leaking badly. Ar at Aspinwall 11th, bark Khoderick Dhu, Smith, Phila delphia. Ar at Havana 22d ult, bark Lixzie Loud, Cann disg brig Leontine, Merrman, for New York, to load sugar at $514^ hhd and 10 rials # box with deck load of Molasses at $2Ip hhd, capacity 1000 boxes. Sid 18th, bark Isnordon, Sparks, Charleston in ballast. * At Matansas 20th ult, ship Robt Patten, Purtngton' for Cowes, chartered 18th at £3 10. One account says if she goes to Trieste, she has $3 37 per box, carries 3100 boxes. Sid fm Seirra Leone 10th bark Mary Varney Cruse windward. ’ ’ At Trieste July 9, ship Kllcn Maria; Whitmore, for Segna to lood for Bordeaux; bark J J Hathorn, Brown destina tion unknown. At Cronstadt July 3d, ships Gen Ihmlap, Sknlfleld and Maine,Freeman, for Liverjiool ldg; Sarah G Hyde Snow for do; Macedonia, lYeble for Bristol ldg; Mary K Whittier’ Jones, for Newport, K. At Curacao July 16, brig Ocean Bird, Forup fm N York Ar 15th, disg. ^ Ar at Pictou, July 24, brig Stephen Young, Lapham, Port SPOKEN. June 13, lat 35, Ion 72, ship Havana, Adams, fin Havana for Trieste. Apprentice Wanted. AN active and Intelligent boy, as an apprentice to the Printing business. Inquire at this ofliee Aug. 2, 1853. Prices Reduced!! THE subscriber takes this method to inform his friends that he has on hand, at his new stand in Haley’s Block next door south of ,1 II Nichols, Front Street, a very large and well selected stock of men’s, women’s and children’s SHOES ; SEWED and PEGGED BOOTS, and every article kept in such establishments. In consequence of continued ill health, the undersigned has determined to close up his business in this city, and will therefore sell every article in his shop at the smallest possi ble advance upon net cost. Repairing done as usual, in the neatest manner, and with the utmost promptness. JAMES FAKRIN. Bath, Aug 1, 1853 N B All persons indebted to me on note or account, are called upon for immediate settlement to save cost. 6w7 I1ST OF LETTGKS Kcinuinlnff in the Post t>lflcc, uncalled for August 1, 1883. Genlleiiien'a Li»l. Ames Charles Baker Joseph Hillings K F liennett John K Camplietl Robert Coombs James Chism Capt Ju ('•Hiper Charles Crowell James Clay 11 S Cutts Dana Church & Co, L N Conley John Carlton Jot ham T Cushing ltuftis Clark Thomas Collmrn Joseph G Curtis Thomas Chesley Capt T Clifford Capt Frederick 0 Clifford Frankliu C Cash John Clary T Campbell Henry Crouch Capt I Doyle Henry L Dyer E7.n1 F Emery Israel Kastman J P (2) Every John Froney Frak Fogg Nicholas Fisk Samuel Fisher Charles Farrier Charles H Furbish Henry II (Iriswold & Brinley Grover Jonas Horn Andrew S Hilton Calvin Henry Capt S J Holden Oliver Hamilton John Howard KoscoeK Hinds John Holmes Francis W Hanson John L Jiles Samuel Jordan James Keany John Knights Wm Kilsup Amos Kelley John Lovett 8 J Mahoney Dennis M ickey Thomas Morse David Mitchell Charles R Mitchell Otis Morrison Amos Merriman Capt Morse, Chainlierluin Ac Co .'I’Hire Lorenzo McDonald Archibald McCormick Ronald McDonald Kislerick Morang Henry Osgood Emery Osgood Lyman R Owners Sch Maria Perry John Peters George Perkins E Ac Co Pratt Addison W Parker John E Patten Win Purrington W Pereey Isaac W Keed Zebulon Riley William Russell Isaac Rideout (I Hines George Ruggles Geo P Ricker Joseph Reed I Show John M Simpson David Stoddard, Andrews & Co Sewall Hiram S (2) Son A Spear Wm B Tarbo.x Samuel True Wm Tuttle Moses Turner Wm C Trowbridge Betij P True 1 W Thompson C Tarbo.x Ezekiel Talbot William Waterman Henry W illis Wm Wright William Witham Charles Lmlii'i' Linta Anderson Mary Ann Allen Mrs Ruck ley Maria L (J) Krintnall Mary K Brown Julia A Boels Ellen Blake Sarah Baker Charlotte B RIair Eli/.alxth Rowuian Sarah Clark Lucinda Corbet Joanna Coombs Hannah S Douglass Helen It J <lil]>atrick Mary Oillmore Sarah Hodgdon Fanny Hussey Eunice B Jlilton Sarah E Imlay Elizabeth Knox Harriet Lealan Mick Lewis Anna Lincoln Ann Millar Margaret Merriflekl Frances A McKay Desiah McKay Mary A Putnam Ann M Heed Mary J Kush Hannah Ilantch Betsey Itoberts Mary E Stevens Sarah (3) Swain Dianna Sanford Lettice Stinson Mrs M. Stevens Vashti S Trask Sarah F Turner Nancy Toll June Townsend lluldah S Trott Mrs J 11 White Elmira C Walker Elizalieth Q Winslow Julia O’ Persons calling for letters, will phrase mention they are advertised. To the pontage of each udcei lise.il Let ter, one cent will be added. JOSEPH C. SNOW, P. M. AUCTION. THE subscribers will sell at auction, at their Auction Store, on Saturday, Aug. 6, at 9 o'clock, A closing lot of choice fresh OROCEH1ES, such as Havana Brown and N 0 Sugar, superior Ooloong and Ningyong Teas, Young Hyson do, superior Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, A 1^0—sundry articles of new and second-hand FURNI TURE. ALSO—at 10 o’clock, by order of Nicholas Nichols, Dep uty Sheriff, 1 large size, beautiful toned MUSIC BOX, which plays six different airs. ALSO—at 10J o’clock, in front of store, one good second hand CHAISE. OWEN k Co., Auctioneers. Bath, Aug 3, 1853 Stoves! Stoves!! Assignee’s Sale ! Stock of a Dealer at Auction! PEREMPTORY SALE. ILL bo sold at Auction, without reserve, in the store- on '' Broad Streel, recently occupied hy Monroe & Good rich, the entire- stock in said store. The- sale will commence on Turmlny August 23 at 9 o'clock, and continue until the whole is disposed of. The stock consists of a large assort, moot of the very latest and most approved patterns of Cook ing, Parlor, Shop and Cabin Stoves, Coal Stoves and Grates, Hollow Ware, Tin Ware, Sheet Iron, Tin Plates, Wire, and a great variety of Tin Plate Worker’s Stock. Also a large and splendid stock of Table and Pocket Cut lery, Fancy Articles and Yankee Notion*—Initahle fpr Ped lers—in great variety. The above sale will offer a rare op portunity to dealers to replenish their stocks, aud to it their attention is.respectfully solicited. SZT Terms lilieral, and made known at time and place of sale. S. I. 1-OVETT, Atsipn.ce. July 28. OWKN ta Co., Auct'rs. Bath Gas Light Company. THE Subscribers to the Capital Stock of the Hoik Gat Light Company are hereby nntilieft, that an assessment of fifty per cent, on each share of said Stock has been made, which they are reipn-sted to pay the treasurer on, or before the tenth day of August next. By order of the Directors. Aug. 1, 1853. ClIA’S CLAPP Jr., Trcas'r. Coal Cooking Stoves. OF superior quality, expressly fitti-d for burning cal, tho’ equally well adapted to wood; also furnished with a new style of ware which passes off into the stove all the steam generated hy boiling and frying. Please call and examine, at II. L. CHAMBERLAIN'S Rogers’ Block. August 2. 7 Notice. PROPOSALS are invited for building a Solid Bridge, with I a,stone wall on both sideg, anil filled up with gtone, mud and earth, over Marshal’s Creek; length 20 rodg, and width 3 rods. Also 19 rods of the same over marsh; all being the the extension of Washington Street. Fora more purtieu lar description, call on the Street Commissioner. August 2. 7 B. C. BAILEY. GAS! PERSONS who wish to be supplied with Gas, by the Bath Gas Light Company, are requested to make application at the office of said Company, over the store of Magoun & Stinson, Front Street, where a copy of the Rules and Regu lations will lie furnished them. Bath, July 25. CIIAS. CLAPP, Jr., Clerk. Clinrch Lamps fer Sale. 1 R CHURCH Solar Lamps with Shades and suitable A hJ Brackets—a handsome pattern, nearly as good as new; two Pulpit Lamps, for sale low. Apply to July 21. 3w6 M. F. GANNETT. New Stook OF black and fancy colored Ladles Gaiter Boots, for sale by L. S. FISHER. July 26, 1853. Summer Style Hats. ANEW stock of Gentlemen’s Silk Hats just received and for sale by L. S. FISHER. July 26. TRASK’S ALTERATIVE AND TONIC, For the Hdir* TIIE voltle of this admirable preparation ia Harwell known lu 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, lioaiTlness, decoloration, baldness, 4c., it lias no equal, and no one who prises tills useful and ornamental appendage of the head should be without it. For sale by the subscriber, at Ins shop opposite the Saga duhock House, and by 8tlwyer & Mngoun, Henry Hyde, Magoun 4 Stinson and W. B. Stearns. P, H. TRASK. Bath, April 28, 1852. • 45 Haying Tools. KIMBALL’S Patent Scythes and Sneaths, Scythe Stones, and Rifles, Rakes and Pitchforks, for sale by Bath, June 20. 1 M. F. GANNETT. Sugars. MUSCOVADO, Havana Brawn, Coffee Crushed, Powdered Granulated and Boston Crushed Sugars, for sale by ’ Bath, June 20. 1 M. F. GANNETT. Laundry Starch. A PRIME article, for sale by 1 Bath, June 20. . M. F. GANNETT. Accordcons ami Fluthias, A GOOD assortment, torsule by SeplJS II. G.T. MARSTON. Hardware, Glass, Cutlery, &c. THE subscriber would inform die citizens of Ba'li and vicinilylhal he has taken the store recently occupied by Kendall, Richardson 4 Co., where he offers a good assorlincgitof Hardware. House Furnish ing mid Finishing Goods. Also, a large assortment of larpenwra’ Pools. Tlie pa rnnage of tlie public is solicited. HENRY M. BOVKY. April 11. tf44 Front St , Baili. Mill Saws. HENSHAW 4 W (ODROUGH S Cast Steel Mill and Cross-Cut Saws, constantly on hand and for *i»lc l»y A T ROBINSON. Oil and Candles. JUST received from New Bedford, o hills Blotched «pring Sperm Oil ; 10 Mils bleached spring Whale Oil; o boxes Wax Candles ; 10 Imxe* Adamantine, do TOBACCO— Fealherslone, Wood gate, and Pollard brands. For sale by D. 4 L. PATTEN. May 1/. 48 NEW GOODS ! 1 At the Granite Store. DETERMINED not to l>e outdone by any one in the sup ply of new and fashionable Dry Goods, OWBKT cMe 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 Fmiland Silks ; Visiles, Shawls, Lawns, Borages, Berage Declines, Muslins, and every article necessary to render their stock the most complete of any on the Ken The above will be sold at wholesale and retail, at aston ishingly low prices. Bath, June 15, 1853. 52tf Cumberland Coal. E\r\r7 TlW 1(1,11 "f the Mines Cumberland Coal, a supe *-r' ' f rior article for Blacksmiths' use, now landing per steamship Freeman Rawden, from Alexandria, and for sale at my new Coal Yard, on wharf next north of B. C. Bailey’s. Bath, June 11,1850. 5J B. O WEEKS. Hot Air Furnaces and Ventilators, FOR public and private buildings, sold and put up in the l>est manner, and 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, Camhooeeg, 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 tu with promptness by WATSON & PENNELL, Bath, June 15, 1853. 5J Broad Street. THE Largest Assortment Yet, AT THE SAGADAIIOCK Clothing & Outfitting WAE,BHOTJ.SS. Has just been received the LARGEST assort ment of ready m&m 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 PANTS ! 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! -ALSO— 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. ltf REMOVAL. Misses L. C. & R. T. RAM HAVE removed to the old stand of Palmer & Ledyard, corner of Centre and Water streets, where may be found at all times, a large and fash ionable assortment of Millinery and Fancy Goods, consisting in part of Straw, Lacc and Silk Bonnets of the latest styles; Bonnet and Cap Ribbons; Lace, Edgings and lnsertings; Wrought and Mourning Collars; Kill, Silk, Lisle and Cotton Gloves; Hosiery, &c., Ate., ail of which will be sold i.ow for cash. Uatli, .Inly 4, 1854. 3tf AXaixio Wosloyan SEMINARY. THE FALL TERM will commence August 3d. The Clas sical Department will receive the exclusive attention of one of the teachers; and the instruction will be such as to thoroughly lit the Students for entering any of our New England Colleges. The English Department embraces a course of three years studies, and is under the direction of the Principal. Young ladies connecting themselves with the Female Department, can enter upon a course of study qualifying them to graduate at the Female Collegiate Institute, for which we now have a charter, and which will go fully into operation as soon as the buildings suitable for that purpose are erected. Scholars will find it much for their interest to he present at the commencement of the term. Kents Hill, July 5, 1853. 4w4 H. P. TOltSEY. 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 n. L. CHAMBERLAIN, ir? A liberal discount made to the trade. Bath, June 14. 52 Front St., foot.of Elm. White B«*tver Hats, OF superior quality, for sale by July 2d. L. S. FISHER A NCLE TIES—Misses’ and Childrens’—for sale hy :i July 26. L S FISHER 25 Wanted. TAILOBKS8 Onl», io' wlmm the highest wa ge* will he given, at 13 " “ Bath, April 4,1858. ’ h r°m S,r««(' Flour OF ton’ iftfnreroos brand* to mention—8i»t#fs of all kinds—a prime lot ol' »« «<»..,( a* ran be ALFRED f ROBINSON found in tft'e c'it v for Sale or to Rent. A TWO story Dwelling House, situated on » High Street. Apply to JOHN SMITH, Room No 20. _ Elliot Block, Front Street. Batlr, Jen 13, 1853/ SOtf Stoves. A LAUGH assortment of Cooking, Parlor and Store Stoves, of the most approved patterns, now sell it tg by the sub scribers at UKE.tTLY BEDI.CED prices Also, constantly on hand, Coal Hods, Shovels, Sifters, Stove Funnel, Sad Irons, Tin and Copper Ware, of every description, and alt other articles usually kept in a Hard ware store. MITCHELL k LOW. Bath, June 10, 1853. 33 Direct fVom Itoston. AFRESH supply of FAMILY GROCERIKB-articles too numerous to mention. For sale cheap as can be pro cured in this city. A. T. ROBINSON. June 23 Flavoring Extracts. T F.MON, Vanilla, lfc.se, and Nutmeg, for sale by JJ Bath, June 20. 1 M. F. OANNETT. Spring Style HATS! 183B ! A Superb Article, just received by A. J. I’AIINSWOltTII. Haiti, March 15.1853. Spanish Olives, ND Cask Raisins constantly on hand nid for sale hy k- Mar 30 A T ROBINSON. NEW Watches and Jewelry. JUST RECEIVED AT So mo ©o miiiEiSscDsy^So A SPLENDIDassortment ol Gold ami Silver Watch • ea; Biwom Pins: Eur Knaps ami Drop*: Finger Ring*; Gold Fob, Vest ami Guard Chain*; Gold Pen* anil Pencil*, Ac. embracing a great variety, W'll selec ted ami rich Good*. 0“ Pitrrkewerg are invte'l to call an t examine, a* thr.y will be sold so louj. th it it will be for their advan tage to call. 15 Sept ii8. Pure Ground JavafiT W. 1. Coffer. CHfiCOLATK, Cocoa and Shell;; Cream of Tar'ar, Ginger, Pepper, and a general a**ortmenl ol' Spic es, Ireslt Iroin the Lynn Mills; Mustard, Peppersauce Ketchup* and Pickle*, Raisin* in boxes and half do; Stewart sand Hast Boston refined while and yellow, Sugars and Syrups, Soap in Imsxc*. also Starch in do ; Boston and Portland Ground Rock Salt; dried codfish and herring, for sale by D. A I.. PATTEN. May 4, 1853 48 New Goods. J. B. HUDSON HAS just received and now offer.* lor sale a choice assortment of NEW AND FASHIONABLE Furniture, which lie is selling at the lowest cash nriee*. Also, Painted Window Curtain* and Fixture*. On hand, Upright Refrigerators, Willow I logon*, Jv, Ac. READY-MADE COF FINS kept constantly on hand and manufactured to order. Hath. .May 2. 185:1 tf-18 Gilding, Graining & Sign Painting. MR. J. W. WELCH HAVING fitted up his shop in the mo*t convenient manner possible, is now prepared to execute House and Ship Painting, Together with all kind* of FANCY WORK, sueh a* Graining anti Polishing, Sign Painting, Gild ing, Enamel White, Imitation of Mar ble, &c.t &c. Particular attention paid to Graining and Polishing Ship's Cabins. M r. \V. invite* the public t*' call at Nos 3 and 4 F.lm St., before engaging their work elsewhere. 6m30 Superior Coach, Furniture and Polishing Varnish. FOR sale Ity ilie subscriber,at hi# shop on the cor iier of Wu«liiiiffton dud Centre Si reels Sijfii ami Curria^c Painting, Gilding, Graining, Ac. Bath, Tunet,! Sol. S.C. S.WVVER Livery Stable, JOHJf It. DAVIS, HAVING purchased ihe simid lately occupied by S. \V WiUon, und u.iileJ wiila his own stock, Intel v keptal Ihe Klliot House Stable, is prepared !o answer all calls for Horses and Carriages. Orders left al the Sagudaliock House or at the Stable oil Cenlre Sir cel. will he promptly attended to. Bath, Aug. 311,1352. ;ltf A GOOD TIME” To buy Dry Goods Cheap! AT THE STORE OF A. B. BUTLER. All kinds of DRESS GOODS, at very lou: prices, such as Silks, Shawls, Baragcs, Tissues, Barage tie Laines, Lawns, Muslins, Ginghams, Prints, and all kind of Do mestics, at the 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. 0, opposite Sagadnhock House. Bath, June 22, 1853. Tuyer Irons. THE latest and most npproved Patent. For sate by Z. HYDE & Co., Agt’s for Lincoln County. Patent Horse and Ox Shoe Nails, CIl EAPER, ami far Superior to any hammered nail* manu factured. For sale by Z. HYDE k Co. Cor. Front and Broad Streets. Lemon Syrup. 10 DOZ. Lemon Syrup prepared by the Shakers. For sale by M. F. GANNETT. June, 1853. Just Opened. ANOTHER lot of Laities’ and Misses’ Tan fialnred Boots, and for sale by J. IV. ROBERTS. Bath, June 30th, 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. Tax Notice. THE 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.; wnhi» sixty days, 6 per cent, will be discounted } and If 'not paid in three mouths, they aj'e ordered to be sued. Ammi 11. Mitcdbu..Treasurer and Collector. Bath July 7th, ISttJ. ‘Jbi3 Sheriff’s Sale. LINCOLN, ss. July 21, 1853. Taken on execution and will be sold at public auction; at the office of Clapp & Baker, in Bath,-on Thursday, the 25th day of August next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, all the right; title and Interest that Ezra N. Thomas of Bath has to redeem the following described real estate, with all the buildings thereon, situated in suid Bath, bounded as follows, viz; beginning on the north side of Centre Street, at the southeast corner of land of Daniel Wotton, and running easterly on the north side of Centre Street four roils, thence n»rth to Charles Russell s south line, tliei.ee west by said Rossell’s south line to said Watton’* east line, thence smith by said Mutton s cast line to Centre Street, the first mentioned bounds. Terms at the sale tt N. NICHOLS, Deputy Sheriff. Light Foot! for Dog Days. RICE, Farina, Com Starch, Sago, Pearl Barley Potato Starch, Tapioca,Irish Moss, C. F. Isinglass, and Gelatine, for sale by M. F. GANNETT. July 27tli, 1853 House for Sale. A TWO story House on Garden Street, with the tv lot measuring seventy feet on Garden Street, i and running back to the railroad. For particu ars enquire of DAVID FATTEN. Bath, July 25,1853. 6tf Cement. ZHYDfiV. (To. have consiautlv on hand andtor . sale the beacirlicIcofCKMKNT iiowni use. NEW .Shawls and Ready Made Mantillas, of new ar.d iesiraole patterns, for sate at BUTLR|l.g •zszsszebbssss A Cure far Couehs, Cold* Consumption .Bronchitis, Asthma, General De bility, f all Scrof ulous Humors. This compound has bean ifced with the ilndtflcom plete success by our most eel-'' eh ruled pliyslciaits lOrthe re moval and pernwiienrcure of the above diseases. Hun-' dreds for whort there was no hope before the discovery of this simple yet effectual re medy, have been raised ter healtli add happiness by itr timely use. The following: case of J Williums is suffi cient to convince all of its wonderful effects. He says: I hud been jiClf eou-> firmed consumption tor sev eral months. I had used the clear Cod LiVer Oil most of the tints, hut Imd deriVed but little benefit from H. I had an attack of Bleeding at llid ...... —-- Lung.* which nlartrted rtiy triemls very ftiuchyns they now supposed there was nO' hope for me. About this time I heard of youTCdnt ■ir-rrs°il *1,,d Lime. I immediately commenced using d, ^,ltT began »<vm ro perceive it* beneficial effects; i* two month* my cotigh had e,t tli el > left me, and I am-now enjoying periect health. Truly yours, J. WILLIAMS. N B This Compound- does not nauseate like the' clenrCod Liver Oil, hut can Ire taken with pleasure by the most deliente female, lie sure aiul eel the ee« uinc, munufactlirnil only by Al.KX'fl B. WILBOR,Chemist, IVo hjtJ CoffTt' St. gvs/u* A. G. Page,-Sole Agent fur Bath. t>mi»# ”new goods7~ ANEW and WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT of Boots and Shoes* J ust received from the Manufacturers, for sale CH/lA'f H J. H. NICHOLS. Shorts. KEPT constantly on haitd and (or Sale by April a. ALFRED T ItOBWSON. RECEIVED, thisday at the store oil Elm si.,an(f lor sale, 2500 bushels mealing corn, flour, lord, bo* raisins,cheese,smoked beef, teas, coffee, pickles, Ac , Ac., Ac. Old Hyson Tea, Vomit; dodo, Oolong do, Ningyong do, Sperm Oil, Burning Fluid. Ac Bath, Feb2. K K SMITH A CO. Clocks! Clocks 1! Clocks l! I A GREAT variety, lor sale cheap hr Sept .>3. T. II. 0. MARSTON. Powder. THE subscriber has on hand, atid will be Const an fly suppled with Dusting Powder, which he offers for sale, wholesale and retail; Also, a large supply of FUSE. WILLARD WALKER. Until, May 37, 1853. 50tf GLOVES, Hosiery, Trimming Goods. Braids, But tons, Ac. at A B BUTLER’S. Unlit, May 10,1853. No 9, opposite Siig'adahock'. House Papers and Borders. A LARGE and well selected Mock ol Honse Papers, Borders, Fire Board Patterns, Window- Shad.t and Fixtures, lor sale at low prices bv 49 SAWYER A AfAGO’tTN, BcmktttUri. Gas Burners, (hum!pliers, &c« JUST received, a large and extensive assortment of Gas Burners, Chandeliers, Ac, which we .tier at the lowe-t niaiuifnctory prices. These fixtures are from the best manufactory, and are all warranted. Flense call and examine. S. W. HEATH & CO. Bath, June 4. 51 Hardware, Cutlery, &,©. MITCHELL A LOW, KEEP constantly on hand and for sale, a large and supe rior assortment of Hardware, Edge Tools, Saws, Car penters’ Tools of every description, at the lowest prices for cash. Also, constantly on hand, Tin and Copper Ware—• Ships’ Piunps, Ac., Ac. 32 Last Call. ALL persons indebted to the subscriber, by note or ac count, are requested to calf and settle immediately, as he wishes to close up his ae-coants without delay.-— This is the last call. WILLARD WALKER. Hath, May 27. 18^3. _ ___50lL Flour and Bye, RECEIVED per Sell Normahal—for sale by L). A L. 1‘ATTEN, Railroad Wharf. Bath, June 1.1853. 5l>if For Sale! A SECOND-HAND Phaeton, in good order,will be sold cheap on application ro 3tv5t( DAVID PATTEN. Fern Leaves, FROM Fanny’s Portfolio. A new and interesting Work, by Fanny Febn,jusi received and fot sale by HENRY HYDE, Bath. June 8, 1853. 4wSt Powder. fllUK subscriber will keep constantly on hand, far -L sale, Shilling and Sporting I’owder, by the heat aUo Safely Fuse. It M. HOVEY. Opposite Elliot Hons* Block. Front St. Omit, April 11. U'44 FIRE! FIRE!! THE subscriber continues to receive npphe»tiort®for Insurance against loss by Fire in the AuyMMn Mutual Fire lu.iirancr Company. Flea*® cation J. lvl.l/!i\V (.'KTU, iocst. Bnib.Ottt.17.1 52. 13lf Pocket Cutlery, Razors, &c., BEST assortment in Baib, at Sept >8. T. H. G. MARSTON'S. SURGEON DEMIST. a* HAVING permanently located himself at Bath, Would say to the ladies and gentlemen of this city and VI* cinity, tliat he is prepared to perform any operation In Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry, in the best manner. A KU intends that the ease, neatness and durability of kis operations shall recommend him to the public XT All work warranted. Perfect satisfaction 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 House Block, Front Street, Bath, Me. 44tf PAPA MACIIE CENTRE rfECES— a large and well selected assortment Please call and ekftmine. Bath, June 4. 8. W.HEAIIJ&CO 51tf 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 eash are re spectfully invited to call. J. W. ROBERTS. Bath, June -Oth 1853. 1 Boots, Boots. A GOOD assortment of men’s, boys’ and youth's calf Boots, just received by J. W. ROBERTS. Bath, June 20th, 1S53. 1 Sundries. MALAGA, Smyrna and Sultana Raisins, Pigs, Zktiie Cur rants, Shelled Almonds, Rose M ater, Tomato Ketchup, Pepper Sauce, Canary Seed, Sago, Tapioca, Pearl Barley, Corn Starch, Farina, and Arrow Root, for sale by Bath, June 18. 1 M. K. GANNETT, Just Received IurOM Boston, a superior lot of CllEESE—Berkshire, ’ jiew York, Worcester County and Suffolk. For sale by June 22 A. T. ROBINSON. Direct IVoni New York. nAA MILS. FLOUR, of different brands, soeh as the ZltV Hiram Smith, Manhattan, Metropolitan Mills, Quarry Mills, Ohio, Cyaugua, Double extra Akron, O. Ha inan’s double extra ; half bbls. do., &c., Ac. For sale by June 22. A. T- ROBINSON. exchahue On England, Iceland and Scotland. EDWARDS tf BREWSTER, No. 4 State Street, Boston, Wtl.t, draw Bili.s of Exchakob for the sum of one |w>«h*I and upwards upon Messrs 1* WigOin & Co., Loudon, charging live dollars the pound sterling. Are uerm fted th refer in Boston to William AppIeto* *c Co, A & A Lawrence 4c Co, J E Thayer * Bro, J K Mills & Co. (Tr- Bills oi Exchange drawn as a ®ve, at current rate* can be Had on application to i 8 £EWAI.L. Bath, Dec 14,1852. 37If FVRNACES, of the moat approved patterns, stationary anil (mrtable, 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. 62tf Bathing. BATHING TUBS, Bathing Pans and Shotrer Paths; also Garden Engines for watering gardens, washing wind oSr s , carriages, Ac., for sale by WATSON A PENNELL, June 15. _Ptoad Street. Hot-Air Furnaces and Ranges, OF the most approved kinds in use, put tin 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 real to any thing ia the market', CamDoosesJ Oven, Ash and Boiler Months; Iron and Chain Pumps; Lead Pipe; Sheet Lead,Zinc, Ac. Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Lead work attended to with promptness, and warranted by H. L. CHAMBERLAIN. Twiggs Hair Dye and^T«"ic« THE. best article in nan for re<tof"*!? Bf*y hair to its original color and for the peeventloa and care of baldness, prepared Bath,March 2*. 18* ' ****<*hock’ Building;