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Sirrrv Boilers. Tim editor of the Nash ville Banner has examine!an invention, which ho says Tenders it impossible for an engineei lo explode a boiler, either|negligently or pur posely. This improvement consists of s cer tain arrangement of apejkures, valves, and cylinders, so that when t» steam gets to a given height, a portion of j®e water from the boiler is poured upon fires—dampening them, and soon reducing the steam to its proper point. *' _____- 1 Massachusetts Election.—The returns from Massachusetts indicate the rejection ol the new constitution. There is probably no election of governor. jy The Brunswick Telegraph says the Rev. Charles Ayer has accepted the invitation ol the Main Street Baptist Church in that place which was extended to him not long since, to become their pastor, and has entered upon his labors.* HF“ Capt. A. T. Robinson keeps almost ev erything in the grocpryline, suitable for fami ly use, and he sells,cheap it is said. See ad vertising columns. y One of the most powerful rain , storms we ever knew, prevailed during the evening of. Sunday last. No scarcity of rain water can reasonably be anticipated for the winter. We learn from the Springfield Repub lican, that Sullivan had his examination be fore Justice Tucker of Berkshire county bn Monday last, when his bonds for appearance for trial were fixed at $1500. He has sent to New York to procure the requisite security, and if he procures it, as he probably will, there will be the end of the case. U J. Ballou, of the ^agadahock clothing establishment, will sell a good suit for a very little money. He can afford to, as can all who advertise liberally, and so can others who understand the true secret of trade. Bible Excitement.—There was some trouble at Ellsworth, on Tuesday, in conse quence of the rejection by the town authorities of an application from the Irish or Catholics that the school money be divided, and they receive their proportion, for the purpose of establishing a school, out of which the Prot estant Bible should be kept. Considerable ex citsment ensued, and at night (according to a correspondent of the State of Maine) two Catholic boys broke into one of the school houses, and destroyed all the Bibles found there. On Monday they were arrested, and one of them sent to jail. The Catholics are to establish a school immediately. Arrest of an Alleged Accomplice in the Sherborn Murder.—A man by the name of Noyes Mann, formerly a near neigh bor of Mr. Reuben Cozzens of Sherborn, (whose brutal murder in September last will be remembered) was arrested last evening at the Long Pond Hotel, in Natick, by Deputy Sheriff Bannister, on suspicion of being an ac complice in the murder for which Chapman is now in custody. Some three or four days ago, Noyes put up at the Mansion House in South Framingham, and when leaving the next morning, accident ally left behind a vest, on which were several spots of blood. This Mr. Chapman's attorney examined, then called upon Chapman, and said to him,—‘ Why didn't you tell me that Mann was connected with you in the murder of Mr. Cozzens.’ He answered without hes itation, * Because we took an oath, each to the other,.that we would not develop our doings.’ Chapman now says that the murder was plan ned on the Sunday before, [the murder was committed Wednesday night] in a barn at South Framingham; that he called Mr. Coz zens out of the house, and Mann struck him with the axe, and that he (Chapman) then ran away, and knows nothing more of what hap pened. It was well known to citizens of Framing ham that they were together on the Sunday, and that on Wednesday, the day of the mur der, Mann hired a horse and went over to Sherborn to see Chapman, and spent some time with him. He will be examined on Tuesday next, at Framingham Centre.—Trav eller. New York ElkctioiT ' The returns come in slowly, but fully corjfirtn the first indica tions, that the whigs hive swept the State. It now appears that th* Hard v«Me in New York largely exceeds tltat of the Soft, and it is thought that they hftre a plurality in the State. The vote for iw whig candidates for Slate offices ranged frog^ 13,000 to 16,000; for the Hard candidates 10S00 to 14,000; and for the Softs 8,000 to 11,0®. So far as returns are deceived, they indicate the election of 70 whijs and 30 democrats to the Assembly. The Senate stands 25 whigs, against 7 of all other parlies.—Boston Journal. An Heir Wanted* J. W. Browne, Esq., of Buckfield, has recency received intelligence of the death of one Votary Hobbs in Texas, who possessed some $R500 in property, at his decease. Said Hobhsas reported lobe a na tive of Maine. A neighbor of his, at Texas, has heard him say as much. An heir is wantedcto this property. Are there any relatives to Maine who are the rightful heirs of said ftobbs? If so for further information they wfp please address J. W. Browtif. Esq., Buckleld, Me. Look out for Thieves.—We understand the cellar of a gentleman in Kennebec was en tered one evening last week, and all the pork, butter, &c., of which there was a considerable amount, were stolen and carried to parts un known. Several cellars in this city have been entered by thieves recently, and articles of value abstracted. The authorities are af ter the rascals.—Hatlowell Gazette. - • • A. CERTIFICATE Front one of onr Willianssburgli friends. New York, August 30,1852. XT I hope every one, whether adult or child, who may have reason to believe they are troubled with worms, will take DR. M’LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE. I firmly believe tt is one of the greatest worm destroyers of the a;re—certainly the most extraordinary I know of. A child of mine, about five years old, has been troubled with worms about six months back ; we could get nothing to relieve it until we came across Dr. M’Lane’s Vermifuge, of whieh we gave but a small quantity. The result, howev er, war extraordinary. The ehild passed over three hun dred worms. MR. LENT, Williamsburg, L. I. XT Purchasers will please be careful to ask for Du. Mc Laxe’s Celebrated Verxifcge, mad take nose 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. NO WONDER I1E WAS THANKFUL. Read and Judge f«r Tsnrselvei. Rochester, Oct. 19,1862. XT Gbxtlbmes—Having experienced the beneficial ef fects of Dr. M’Lane’s Celebrated Liver Pills, I take great pleasure in recommending them to the public. I feel war ranted in saying, that they are a certain cure for liver complaints and all bilious diseases, no matter how diffi cult or long standing. I myself was afflicted with this dreadful disease for over two years, and oh ! how thankful I am that I heard of these Pills. I purchased of one of your agents three boxes, and before I had finished the third box, was completely cured. I verily believe, but for Dr. M’Lane’s Liver Pills, I should have now been in my grave; but as it is, I am now enjoying the best of health, and stand a living witness of the efficiency of Dr. M’Lanes’s Liver Pills. Beside recovered my health, I consider that I have • saved in poeket some two or throe hundred dollars physi cian’s fees. This tsathuony I give you with the greatest pleasure, and hope it may do something towards making these invaluable Pills known to all who are suffering with liver complaint. WILLIAM HISS, Traveler in Western New York. XT Purchasers will be careful to ask for Da. McLaxe’s Celebrated Lives Pills, and take none else. There are other Pills, purporting to be Liver Pills, now before the pub lic. Dr. M’Xane’s Liver Pills, also his Celebrated Vermi fuge, can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores in the United States and Canada. BURR A PERRY, 1 Cornhill, Boston, General Agents for New England. A G Page, Agent, Bath, and told by Druggists generally. . K. R. R. Remedies. THE SPECIFIC DUTY OF EACH, Railway's Ready Relief, is prepared expressly to »top Faina instauMy, anil to remove its cause speedily. Tile pub lic will pleaee bear in mind, that for ail such complaints the Ready Reflef is here recommended, for it will instantly act, and produce its beueficial effects. Each of the R. R. R, Remedies is prepared for certain diseases, they can be used either separately or together— they will not interfere with each other lu the least. Kad way’s Ready Relief will stop the most excruciating pains of Rheumatism, Sick Headache, Neuralgia, Toothache, Cramp#, Spasms, Cholera Morbus, Stiff joints, Swellings, Bruises, Chills and Fever, the moment it is applied. In all cases where there is any pain, Railway’s Ready Relief will instantly stop the most severe paroxysm, and quickly cure its cause. m. r. r. no. 2. BLOOD COMPLAINTS. All Humors and Diseases caused by Bad Blood, and Dis eased Deposits are removed and cured by RADWAY’S RENOVATING RESOLVENT. The action of this Remedy is totally different from the Relief. The Resolvent acts upon the Blood and the Depos its. The Blood.—It cleanses, and Purifies, The Ststbm—It Renovates, and it RESOLVES AWAY From the Solids, all Diseased and Poisonous Deposits— If there were no diseased deposits, there would be -no Scor fula, Syphilis, Cancers, Ulcers, Sores, Tumors, no Nodes or Swellings, no Bronchitis, Ulcerations of the Lungs. It is the Diseased Deposits, lurking in the system that are the root of Diseases. Radway’s Renovating Resolvent will free the Blood from all Complaints, Humors, and resolves away all Diseased Deposits. R. K. R. No. 3. RADWAY’S RFUULATORS Regulate the Bowels, the Stomach, the Liver, and every organ in the system. Aorkts.—A• (J. Page and N. K. Ellswarlbt Bath; Edmund Dana, Wiscasset; Wm. Gatchell, Bruns wick; J. C. Tibbets, Lisbon; G. F. Thicker and Samuel Richards, Bowdoinham; DavidNewbegin, Boothbay. 4wl7 THE PILES. A CURE FOR LIFE SECURED! Dr. Upham’s Internal. Ueincdy, FOR the cure of Piles, lnlluinmaiion of the Liver and Spleen; Itiffnntnuiion, Soreness and Ulceration of the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Bladders; Inflam matory and in -rearm I rheumatism ; Impurity of liiood, weakness and ialininmation of the Spine ; and for the reiiefofmarried Intdies. THE VEGETABLE PILE ELECTUARY Is the only really successful remedy lor that dangerous and distressing complaint, the PILES, ever otlered to the American public Mark this: it is an Intern if Remeiy, not an external application, nnd iciff rnrt any c ise of Piles, cither bleeding or blind, in eronl or external, and probably the only tiling that will. It is very tntld in its operation, and may be taken in ensesof most acute itiHliitutatinit without danger.— This medicine attacks the iisease at its source, and re moving the cause, renders the cure CBR l’AIN AND PERMANENT. To Harmed Lvdiks.—The Electuary is perfectly safe for Pregnant Ladies: and the most useful cathar tic that caw possibly In; used, as it will not only remove t lie piles and all intlatn natory diseases. WITHOUT PAIN OR IRRITA TION, hut will ensure an easy time, it safe delivery, and a sound const i tut ton in the offspring. Solti wholesale and retail ill Bath, by A G Page, Sole Agentforllie Proprietor. ly-io Read! Read! Ootr 950 Bottles are daily manufactured and sold of CLARKE’S VEGETABLE Sherry Wine Bitters. And still the cry U more! more! more! We tup pose the reason llial everybody boy. and lakes them is because me v are made of HOOTS and (IKRBS, which are sure to do good and never do injury: such as Rock Rose, Wiutergreeti, Sarsaparilla, Dock Root, Dandelion. Wild Ilierrv, Prickly Ash, Thorough wort, Poplar Bark, Ac.,the great remedies for \\ eakiiess, Lo»s of Appetite, Liver Complaints, and an unhealthy state of the stom sell, bowels and blood. The ladies all like them for the/ make clear «tits, rosy check* and food health, and are so o icc to t he taste as to he really d-liriouc, and off say—'I love them for they arc bound to do me good.’ Sold everywhere for the low price of cents for a putt bottle, and 7(1 cents only for Hie mammoth bottle, holding two quarts. K. R.C(,A.mtF.,Xjkaron, Mass,Sole Proprietor. H R SMITH A CO . 6 n 15 Wholesaleand retail agents, Klin st. Bath Jttarriugts. In this city, 14th inst., by liev. John O. Fiske, Mr. Rob ert Pennell Sri, of Brunswick, to Miss Sarah II. Maxwell of Bowdoinham. In Brunswick, Anthony Hall of Topsham, to Miss Ara bine, daughter of Mr. Albert G. Auhins of B. -, by John Rogers, Esq., Xathaniei Chase to Miss Meriam Allen. In Augusta, Thomas Itickman of Bloomfield to Lucinda Dudley ; William F. Clapp of Damariseotta, to Ann Wilson of Kdgecotnb ; Salathiel Walton of Belfast, to Susan F. Watts. In Uockland, John C. Irish to Miss Jane M. Brann •, Mo st-* Brown to kits* Mary E. Maxwell; Wm. A. Head to Miss Mary F. Ingraham, all id K ; Trafton Hatch of Wells, to Miss D. Ann Stevens of Kcnnebunk. Drntljs. In this efty, 14tli irret., Capt. Caleb Heath, aged 71 years and 6 months. Ill the sudden decease of Capt. Heath, our community has lost one of her best citizens, and his own particular acquaintances, an honored and worthy friend.— There are few men whose loss will be more severely felt among us. In Molean, 111., 15th ult., Betsey, wife of Mr. Timothy Mcrryman, aged 64, formerly of Brunswick. In Brunswick, Ellen Cambell, aged 16 years. In Litchfield, Sarah M., wife of David Smith, and daugh ter of Capt. Enoch French of West Gardiner, aged 43. In Rockland, Mrs. Abigail Haskell, aged 67 years 6 ms. In South Thomaston, Capt. Dennis Pilsbury, aged 39. In Somerville, Mass., Mrs. Abigail Sylvester, formerly of this city, aged 65. EASTERN TIMES Min JOURNAL.^ Stinson A Co., No. 5 Long Wharf, Boston, are Agents for the Umov Link of packets from Bath to Boston. Capt. Stinson is favorably known as an experienced merchant and shipmaster, formerly of this city. All business entrust**! to him will be attended to witli promptness and despatch. ARTHUR DONNELL, Agent for Bath. PORT OF BATH. Thlrsdat, Nov. 10. ARRIVED. Sch Lucy Anna, Lowden, Londonderry, NS. Sch Convoy, Howe, Boston. SAILED. Ship Thalatta, (new) Barker, New Orleans. Friday, Nov. 11. ARRIVED. Sch Liberty, Wilder, Pictou. Sch Hope A Susan, Perkins, Portland. SAILED. Brig John Marshall, Schooubeck, Wilmington. Sunday, Nov. 12. ARRIVED. Sch Niagara, Stearns, Boston. Ar 11th, new ship Henry-Reed,-, Hallowed. Sch Monitor, Bessey, Wareham Monday, Nov. 14. CLEARED. Brig Boston Lady, (Br) Gowen, Portland. LAUNCHED—At Newcastle 1st inst, by Abner Stetson, Esq. a ship of 1100 t ms, calk'd the Allcghaneaiie, owned principally by the builders, and to be commanded by Capt. Joseph H Stetson. At Damariscotta 2d, by Messrs Metcalf A Norris, a clip per ship of about 1500, called the Flying Scud. Also 4th, by Mr. Curus Cotter, the clipper ship Winged Wiud, of about 2200 tons. At Rockland 4th inst, by Mr H Merriam, a ship of 1637 tons called the Live Yankee-, owned by Capt G W Brown, of Rockland, who will command her, and Foster A Nickerson and others of New York. DISASTERS. Ship Jane Parker, of Bath, at New Y’ork fm Sunderland, had a hurricane fm SW to NNW Sept 22, lat 62, Ion 18; was thrown on her lieam ends, and laid for 24 hours, when she righted with her cabin full of water, and cargo shifted; same time, lost foretopinast, staysail, fore tnpgall insail, foresail, and all the provisions that were perishable. DOMESTIC PORTS. Ronton— Ar 8th, sch St Marys, Oliver, Bath. ArlOth, bark Nautilus, Lincoln, Malaga 5th ult. Cld, sells Gazelle, Pool, Augusta; Columbia. Atkins, Gar diner. Ar 11th, sch Moses Eddy, Thurrill, Wise asset. At quarantine, ship Meridian Manson Liverpool 5th ult. Ar 12th, new ship Red Jacket, Rockland for New York, in tow; bark Abeono, Holmes Galveston 4th ult; via quar quarantine, ship Meridian. Cld, schs Chas William, Boyd, Rockland, Henry A Newbirt, Waldoboro; Hylas, Fogg, Bath; Garden, Pratt, Bowdoiuham. Sid 13th, ship Red Jacket, in tow. Snn Francisco—Cld 12th ult, ship Levants, Follans bee, Callao. Sid 7th, bark Ocean Bird, Powless, Portland, O; 10th, bark Nahumkeag, Johnson, do. Ship Pelican State, from Philadelphia, which anchored off Fort Point 14th, had not reached the city night of 15th the crew being so much debilitated by scurvy that they could not weigh her anchor. A party of men had been sent down to assist In getting the anchor up. Adv abt 2d, ship Rowena, Thomas, for Puget Sound, abt ready. Mevr Orlcnns-Ar 2d, ship Mountaineer, Robinson, Antwerp. Cld 1st, ship Bennington, Young, Boston Adv, ship H H Boody, for Liverpool, wtg 400 bales Ar 5th, bark Leroy, Hallowell, Thomaston; lltli shin Houghton, Doanc, New York. ’ p Towed to sea Sth, ship Bennington. Key West—Ar prev to 8th, brig Nancy Plaisted At takapas for New York. ’ I'iiarlrtlss—Adv brig Pamaho, Adams,for Baltimore large part cargo engaged. Savansak—Cld 3d, (book date) brig Elvira, Ingalls, Bath. In port among others, brig Porto Rico, for Bath Cld 5th sch Central America, Chase, Boston. Ar 7th, brig Judge Whitman, Lewis, Bath. \V iliaiiaytuil, NC—Cld 7th, brig Richmond, Ches ley, Bath. Ar 7th, brig Lincoln Webb, Perkins, Bath| sch Westport, M’Cobb, do. Xarfalk—Ar 7th, soh Sommerset, Perry, Ilallowell. Philadelphia—Ar 9th, brig Round Pood; Pierce Bath. # Alexandria—Ar 7th, ship Rhine, Barnes,Newport,E. Ar. 10th, sch Ingomar, Lynch, Boston, Gnlvestau—In port Oct, 27, brigs Choctaw, Duell, and Vesta, Stevens, for Boston. BucUwville. SC—Cld 31st, brig Orizava, Morse, Bath. \>vr York—Ar Sth, ship Rappahannock, Cushing, Liverpool Sept 20. Cld 8th, ship Mora Castle, Bishop, Lon don. Ar 9th, brig Monica, Loud, Charleston Ar 9U>, soh Marcia Furron, Spear, Rockland. Ah® ar 9tb, ship Ocean queen, Hale, Newport, I. Cld ships A Gallatin, Storer, London; John Spear, Spear Havre; Medallion, McCIintock, London; Screamer, Skol field, New Orleans. Ar 10th, by Telegraph, ships Hemisphere, Pray, and Ariel, Reed, Liverpool. Ar 10th, brig Virginia, Cooper, Malaga 42. Cld 10th, ship Camplain, Woodward, London. Ar 11th, Ihips Erie Lewis, Bremen; Alexandrine, Cooper, Newport, E; bark White Cloud, Mitchell Rochelle, Ar 11th, sch Joaiah Achurn, Rockland. Returned, ship Champlain, haring broken her hame pil>es while at anchor In the lower bay. Ar 12th, sch Justiua, Rockland. Alio ar 12th, ship Saxony, Carney, Liverpool. Hynnu is—in port 7th, sch Effort, fm R'ickland. Providence—Ar 8th, brig Clara EUen, French, Ban gor. Below 11th, brig Delaware, Harding, from Charleston. EdJtarlovvn—ArOth, sch Oregon, Bullock New York for Bath; Richd Bullwinkle, Cutler, do for Portland. In port 9th", the aboved; wind SW, with rain. In port 10th, wind SE mild, sch T 0 Thompson, Grant, ftn Virginia fpr Bath; also schs Oregon, Pavilion, Sami Rankin, Rebecca, E Arcularius, Jos Fnrwell, Aid, Richd Bullwinkle, and Harbinge. Ifolmea Hole—Ar 8th, schs New Globe, Tlbbets, Wiscasset for Brunswick, Ga; Cyclone, Gilchrist, Thomas ton for York River, Va; Eheu Sawyer, Rowse, Gardiner, to to discharge Ar 9th sch Oeorgia, Pettingill, Savannah for Bath; 10th, brigs Com Stewart Philadelphia, for do; Harriet, Spear, Virginia for do; schs Vendovi, Bray, Philadelphia for Rock land; Braganzo, Tucker, Georgetown, SC, for Damariscotta. Sid 11th, schs Oeorgia, and Vendovi. In port 9 Am brigs Com Stewart, and Harriet; sclpi Bra gaiu.it, and Bay State. Gloucester—Ar 0th, schs Louisa, Phipsburg for Bos ton; Lion, Gardiner for New Bedford. Ar 9th, sch Mary Jane, Bath for Philadelphia. FOREIGN PORTS. Ar at Liverpool 22.1 ult, Yoikshire, New York. Off the port 25th, Susan G Owens, Pierce, fm Charleston. Sid 25th, Old England, ltarstow, New Orleans. C|d at London 22'1, T & P Wood ward, Sturtevant, Boston. Ar at at Deal 24th, liydra, Lunt, London for New York, and anchored; 25th, Tropic, Smith Calcutta for London. Ar at the Clyde 23d, Mangola, Haskell, ll&vanna and Falmouth. Sid fin Honolulu Sept 2, ship Typhoon gaiter Sliangha., Sid fm Liverpool 22d, Onward Jones, New Orleans. Ent for ldg 221, Lisbon, Curtis, and Rocknway, Goodwin, New Orleans; Geo. Washington, Coinings, New York. Ar at Portland 22J, Nathl Thompson, Stone, fm London for Cardiff, put in for a harbor. At the Pill 20th Canton, Clark fm Gloucester for Savan nah. , Ar at Glasgow 24th, Petrel, Averv Havanna. Ar at Dublin 24th, Cherokee, CofUt, St John, NB. At Havre 96th, Geo F Patten, for New Orleans 5th. At at Bordeaux 19th, Ellen Maria, Whitmore, Segna. In port 22d, Ellen Maria, for New Orleans ldg. Dublin, Oct 23—The Cherokee, Coffin, which ar last night fm St John, Nli, was towed up, making much water, hav ing struck on the Codling Bunk. Sid for Boston 29th, TAP Woodward, ftp l.ondon. Sid for New York 20th,Am Congress, fm London. Ar at Liverpool 27th, Susan G Gwens, Pearsons, Charles ton. Sid 24th, Onward, Jones, New Orleans, Adv, Geo Washington, for New York 6th; Princeton, do 1st; Continenr, do 16th; Lisbon, Curtis, for New Orleans 3d; Rockaway, Goodwin, do 5th. Ent for ldg 25th, Wales, Lombard, Philadelphia. Also in port ldg, Sarah G Hype, Snow, for New York. Ent inward at London 26th, Tropic, Smith, fm Calcutta. Cld 27th, Marshfield, Torrey, New Orleans in ballast. In port, Southampton, Tinker, for New York 3d inM;— Yorktown, Meyer, do 10th; State of Maine, Ford for Calcut ta ldg. Ar a Deal 28th, Am Congress, Williams, London for New York and anchored. Sid 27th, Hydra, Lunt, (fioin Lon don) New York, having aid previously and put back. Adv at Havre, G F Patten for New Orleans soon. At Bordeaux 20th Arco Iris, Clark, for New York. At Smyrna 12th ult, ship Havana, Adams, (fm Trieste) to load for New York. Thanksgiving Hall. MEN’S DANCING PUMPS, of all descriptions, for sale cheap for CASH, at J. H. NICHOLS. Also may be found a good assortment of Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, of the best style and quality. Ratii, Nov. 15th, 1863. 22 THE BOSTON ALMANAC For 1854, AND ITS NEW COMPANION, TIIE JOHN P. JEWETT A CO. TI7 ILL publish the above Iwautiful and useful Annuals, Ii the Boston, December 19, the Lady's December 1st— A work go long and favorably known as the Boston Alma nac simply needs announcing to secure its sale. This num ber will contain sixty new and surperb engravings, twenty four of these l>eing the new Churches of Boston built since 1842, elegantly engraved, with the usual variety of other matter. Thb Lady’s Almanac, after the elegant styl% of the other, is a new claimant for public favor, which we be lieve it will find. It will be n most useful little pocket man ual for the ladies, containing a great variety of useful re ceipts, boquets of flowers, and calendar and memorandum vignettes, pages for each day and month of the year, por traits of our most distinguished female authors, hints for the toilet, numerous engravings, kc. ; elegantly* bound in cloth, with gilt edges. Same price as the Boston Almanac. For sale by all Booksellers. 4w22. BATH HOTEL, BY CYRUS PLUMMER. WASHINGTON St., BATH, ME. O’ Orders for Hack promptly answered 22 Fur Tippets and Cuff's, rR sale by L. S. FISHER. Nov. 15. Prime Stock OF Metalic Old Fashion Rubber Shoes, for gale by Bath, Nov. 15. L. S. FISHER. Leather -non sale by L. 3. FISIIER. J Nov. 15. Men’s Rubber.Coats FR sale by L. S. FISHER. Nov. 15. . Patten Library Association. THE Annual Meeting for the choice of officers will be held at the Library Room on Monday Evening next, Nov. 21, at 7 o’clock. A general attendance of the members of the Association is requested. Bath, Nov. 15. E. S. J. NEALLEY, Sec’y. Fruit. /■'llESTNUTS, English Walnuts, Figs, Quinces, Cranber v ries, Raisins, Sweet Potatoes, kc., kc., for sale by Nov. 16, 1853. A. T. ROBINSON. Shorts, Indian and Rye Meal, AND a nice article of Buckwheat,for sale bv the subscri ber. A. T. ltOBINSON. Nov. 16. Wooden Ware. * LI. kinds of Wooden Ware for sale by L1 Nov. 16. A. T. ROBINSON. Cigars and Tobacco. A FEW thousand CV-iRS. Call in and try some of them at the store of A. T. ROBINSON. Nov. 16. Family Groceries. A CHOICE and well selected stock of FAMILY GUOCER /I IES, fresh and nice, just received, opened, and now for sale cheap as can be found in this city, consisting in part, as follows :— Coffees, Teas, Sugars of all grades. Candles—tallow and sperm, Sperm and Whale Oil, Nut Cocoa, Prepared do., Chocolate, Baker’s Broma,Tapioca, Sago, Corn Starch, Po tato do., Pickles, Ketchups of ail kinds, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, and a large number of other things too numerous to mention. A. T. ROBINSON. Corner of Front St. & Kerry Wharf. Bath, Nov. 16. ’53. Flour, Molasses, Pork. JUST received from Boston and New York, 300 Barrels Flour—Various brands 50 “ Prime Mess and clear Pork, 10 Hhds. Molasses, 10 Boxes II. B. Sccar, 15 Bbls. Muscavado do. A. T. ROBINSON. Beth, Nov. 16, 1853 LINCOLN, ss.—At a Court of Probate held at Wiscasset, within and for the Couuty of Lincoln, on the seventh day of November, A. D. 1853. Whereas the commissioners appointed to set out to Helen Wright widow of Franklin Wright late of Woolwich in said County, deceased, her dower in the real estate of which the said Franklin Wright died seized, have made re turn of their doings into the Probate Office in said County: Ordered, That notice be given to the heirs at law and all persons interested in said estate, by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Eastern Times printed at Bath in said County, that they may appear at a Probate Court to be held at Wiscasset on the first Monday of Decem ber, 1853, and shew cause, if any they have, why the report of said commissioners should not be accepted. ARNOLD BLANEY, Judge of Probate. Attest: E. Foote, Jr., Register. A true copy. Attest: E. Foote, Jb., Register. 3w22* Administratrix’s Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, That the subscriber has been du ly appainted Administratrix of the Estate of David Cre sey late of Westport in the County of Lincoln, deceased; and has taken upon herself that trust, by giving bonds as the law directs. And all persons having demands upon the estate of the said deceased are required to exhibit the same, and all persons indebted to the said estate are called upon to make payment to MARTHA J. CRKSKY, Nov. 7, 1853. 3m22 or, J. S Sewall, her attorney. Commissioners Notice. THE undersigned, having been appointed by the Honor able Judge of Probate, for the County of Lincoln, Com missioners to receive and examine the claims of creditors, to the estate of William S Walker late of Bath in said coun ty deceased, represented insolvent, hereby give notice that six months from the seventh day of November, A. D. 1853, have been allowed to said creditors, to bring in and prove their claims, and that we will attend to the servioe assigned us, at the office of J. 8. Sewall in Bath, on Saturday, the l^'h day of December next, and on Saturday, the 31st day of Deoember next, and on the last Saturday in the months of January, February, March and April, A.D. 1854, at from two to four o’clock in the afternoon, on each of said days. JACOB S. SEWALL, » „ . . _ J. ELLSWORTH \ Commissioners. Bath, Nov.16,1853. ’ J 3w2J Administrator’s Notice. NOTICE is hereby given, That the subscriber has been duly appointed Administrator of the estate of John Low, late of Bath, in the County of Lincoln, deceased; and has taken upon himself that trust, by giving bond us the law directs. And all persons having demands upon the estate of the said deceased are required to exhibit the same,and all pars ns indebted to the (aid estate are called upon to make payment. JOHN 8. BAKER. NOT. T. 18M- 3w33 JOB POINTING. The proprietor of the Eastern Times has the pleasure of informing his friends and the public, that he is pre pared to execute all kini ' of Job Printing on IEW AID BEAUTIFUL TYPE . hi Tax asa? mu. • He has just put in operation a new Fast Job Press, from the celebrated manufactory of I. & S. Adams, South Boston, by means of which he is enabled to turn off work with a speed unequalled on the Kenne bec. All are invited to call and see it in operation. Orders promptly attended to. Office—Corner of Front and Broad Streets. NEW AND SPLENDID IDT OF UK! AT THE SAGADAHOCK Clothing & Outfitting TTARBSOTTSB. . Has just been received the LARGEST assort > • meat of m&m m&m CLOTHING! ever offered for sale in tlii3 city, consisting of COATS! 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— BOYS7 CLOTHING! in great variety. The subscriber also offers a large and well selected assortment of Furnishing Goods, AND FMCV 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 thiaror any other city. The Goods in this establishment are new and highly fashionable, and all who desire a fashionable, durable, cheap and substantial out fit, will do well to call in at the Sagadahock. J. BALLOU. Bath, Nov. 16, 1853. Itf Hurd’s Goldcu Gloss FOR THE HAIR.—Among the many preparations for the growth of the llair, this GOLDEN GLOSS hikes the lead. Three reasons will be given why it is so universally used and preferred to all others. 1st, Because it has proved the most effectual in Baldness. 2d, Because it im parts a beautiful dark gloss and delightful perfume to the Hair. 3d, Because the Ladies, with fine discrimination, which they all possess, have adopted it. Many other rea sons could be given why it is a great favorite, but those who want more have only to give it a trial. Price 25 cts. in large bottles. For Sale by Druggists aud Storekeepers everywhere. IV. C. HURD, Proprietor, 304 Broadway, New York. Large Discount to Merchants. 6m22. Ladies! IF a good Husband is desirable and happiness in the Marriage state the great idea, be sure ami purchase your WEDDING CAKE of us, for we never knew it to fail. Be sure and give us plenty of time to make it in. aui20 * ROBINSON A BROTHER. New Fall Goods, From New York and Boston. A. B. BUTLER, HAS just received a splendid assortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS, which he will sell cheap for Cash. Consisting in part of the following articles; Black and Blue Slik Velvets, for Capes. Beautiful Cashmere Shawls, Long and Square Woolen Shawls, Black Italian Dress Silks, at all prices, Fancy Dress Silks, Thibets, variety of colors and prices, Cashmeres, do do do do Lyonese Cloths, at very low prices, Black Alpines and Alpaccas, full assortment, Mohair Lustres, various shades, Plaided Thibets, beautiful styles, Plaided Raw Silks, Plain Wool DeLaines, all colors, Cotton and Wool do, great variety, F'igured Persian Cloths ricli styles, Plain French, Figured, Salisbury, Plaided, and FaU assort ment White Flannels, White, Blue, Red and -Blue Mixed do,. Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Doeskins, Satinctts and Tailor’s Trimmings, Ladies’ Broadcloth, for Cloaks; Laifcs Cloths, for do, all colors. Plain and Cheeked Cambrics, at all prices, Linens and White Goods, of all kinds, Laces, Edgings, Insertings, Cambric and Muslin Bands, Collars, Wrought Handkerchiefs, Grass Cloth do, Ac, Large assortment of Hosiery, from the best makers.— Also, Kid, Floase, Cashmere and other kinds Ladies’ and Gents’ Gloves. All Colors of Woolen Yarn, Ladies’ and Children’s Fancy Hoods, Scarfs, Sleeves, Caps. Ac. Also—Trimming Goods, Fringes, Gimps, Braid, Galloon, Velvets, Buttoes of all kinds aud sorts. Counterpanes, all sixes, cheap, Also—German Worsteds, single and double Zephyr do, all color:, all kinds of materials for working Worsteds, al ways on hand. Also—Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings Drillings, Denims, Striped Shirting, Cotton Flannels, Best kind Battings, DeLainc Remnants, Ac. The above Goods were bought for Ca^u and will be sold Cheap. Customers please call in and see our Goods, and we will guarantee to please you. A. B. BUTLER, No 9 opposite Sagadahock. Bath, Oct. 1853. Poultry Wanted. 1 LBS of Turkeys, Chickens and Geese wanted, 1JUU for which cash and the highest price, will be paid. 3ml9 A. LINDSEY, Centre St. Bath & Georgetown Stage Line. ?miIE subscriber will run a L two-horse Carriage, suitable for conveying passengers, from Georgetown to Bath, as follows: r' ..rx.r.. . ery Monday, Thursday and Saturday, at 8 o’clock, A. M., and returning, will leave Bath at 2.'£ o’clock, P. M., or on the arrival of the cars. Fare one Dollar, from Georgetown to Bath. Every effort will he made to render this route cenven* lent and pleasant. An extra team will be furnished when necessary. Alt errands entrusted to the driver will be promptly attended to. Tito subscriber will furnish teams to pleasure parties at short notice at any time excepiing the days above mentioned. ALFRED L. BERRY. Georgetown, Nov. 2, 185’. 3u)20 Boy3* Thiok Boots. THOSE wanting a first rate article of boys and youths double soled thick Boots, oau find them at the Store of Bath, Sept. 19th, 1853. J. W. ROBERTS. House Papers and Borders. \ LARGE and well selected slock of House Capers, B irdorg, Fire Board Putterus, Window Slmdes aud Fixtures, tor sale at low prices by 40 SAWYER * JifAGQX’N,Bcokaelltrt. 13 n s i n t s s Cards. J. T. GILMAN, (Formerly of the Firm of Owen 4 Co.,) Auctioneer Ac Commission Mer chant. Moses' Hew Block, FRONT STEET, BATH, ME. REFERENCES. Magmin 4 Clapp, ) 8. It. CoFesworthy, Portland. Z. Hyile 4 Co, V Bath. John PMlbrlck, I -„ W. V. k 0. Moses, ) Af>el Tompkins, J **°stoD' O’ Bales of Real Estate, Vessels, Stocks, Household Furn iture, 4c., promptly attended to. Cash advances on all kinds of merchandize consigned. 22 THOMAS P. I. MAGOUN, Teacher of Alvuilo, Will jive instruction on the Piano Forte and in Harmony _ aud Counlerpoint. Residence at D. C. Magoun’., corner of High and Oak Streets. Hath, Nov. 1, 1653. l£0 INGALLS & STINSON, Counsellors and Attorneys at Law. OKKICKS AT WISCASSET AND NEW CASTLE, Lincoln Countt, Maine. Hknkt Inoalls, W scasset. Sam’l A. Stinson, Damaris’a. A W. TURNER, JR., HOUSE AND SHIP PAINTER, Glazier and Paper Hanger, Front Street, (4th door from Arch 9t.,) up stairs. Imitator of Wood and Marble All orders promptly and faithfully atteuded to. lyl P E J E P 8 C O T H O U 8 ]E , william Masters, tf BRUNSWICK, MAINE. 50 WM. B. GLAZIER, Counsellor and Attorney at Law, IIALLOWKI.L, KENNEBEC CO., MAINE. Will attend Court in Lincoln Co. 18tf sagTdahock uoisbT^ — HT— ERVIN HIAXWE LL , 45 BATH, ME. tf NEWELL & ANDREWS, IMPORTERS OF IRON, And dealers in Iron, Steel, Ship Spikes, &c., No 85 Broad Street, (3 1 door from Milk St,) lv49 BOSTON. H. M. BOVEY, DEALER IN Hardware, Cutlery, Window Glass, and Carpenters’ Tools. FRONT STREET, BATH. 41 W . HAWTHORNE, MERCHANT TAILOR, AND DEALER IN Readt-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, and Gents’ Furnishing Goods, NO 61 FRONT STREET, HATH, ME. ALFRBO T. ROBINSON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS Groceries, Family & Ship Stores, Near Sagadaliock Ferry, if FRONT STREET, BATH. 36 KFNiMLL, RICHARDSON & CO., Ship Chandlers and Hardware Dealers, if FRONT ST ,BA7H, ME. 39 ~~ cuarlesT dukhan & CUM COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SHIP AGENTS, No 52 SOUTH STREET, NEW YORK. C. C. Duncan. IV. S. Lindsay A Co., London. Feb. 6, 1353. Iy35* s ii i p cTi iTv i n « , EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE BV C. A. L. SAMPSON, At the shop recently occupied by G B McLain Jt Co., Broad St. j f Orders solicited. lf.’)2 WILLIAM E. PAYNfi, M. D., Homa-opathie Physician and Surgeon, Office, Middle Street, Neatly opposite the New Church Temple. 29 JACOB S. SEWALL, COUNSELLOR AT LAW,, —AND— INSURANCE! BROKER, RATH, ME Commissioner for Massachusetts and Notary Public. Marine, Fire and Life Insurance effected in safe and reli able offices. Office in Union Block, Front Street. 20tf J. MATHEWS, US. D. Physician and Surgeon, Respectfully tender* his professional services to the in habitants of Bath and vicinity. iy~r Office in Granite Block, Frout Street. -/~p B. T. CURRIER, D.D.S^ Office at his residence, on Centre St., opposite the CITY HALL, BATH, ME. All operations in mechan ical ami Hurjfleal Denlintr) performed in a neat and per manent manner, k Connected with hi*office, | ia an establishment fur the I manufacture of all kinds ot Block Teeth, _of the best quality. Den rtist'ssupplied to order. 38t f BRONSON & SE WALL, Counsellors & Attorneys at Law. Officein Pierce'$ Block, Front Street, BATH, 1UE. DAVID BliONAON. 32 r. D. SEWALL. PORTER & SMITH, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, Office over John Hayden's store, Front Street, BATH, WE. CIIABLE. R . PORTER . tf5 JACOB SMITH. DAGUERREOTYPES, BY 45 Front Street 45 I. H.DUPEE, DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST, Rooms over Morrison's Carpet Store. B. O. WEEKS, Commission lUurcliaiit uud Ship Broker, —DKAI.KK IN— Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. OWEN &. OO, Auctioneers aud Commission Merchants, FRONT STREET, BATH. A re prepared ns heretofore, to make cash advances on all kinds of Merchandize for Auction Sales. XT Houses, House l^its, Vessels, and all kinds of ou door sales attended to on the most favorable terms. t H. W. Owen. 16 G. White. J. H. ALLEN & Co, IMPORTERS, AND DEALERS IN BAB. IB.C1T & STEEL, Nails, Ship Spikes, Wagon Axle Springs, Ac. McLellan’s Wharf, Bath, Me. J. H. Allen. 1j38 J. II. McLellan. ELISHA CLARKE DEALER IN Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles, School Books and Blank Books, Of all kinds, cheap for Cash. ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK, FRONTST,_ 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. Seiaphinea, 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 !, 185 i. SAWYER A MAGOUN’S. Superior Coaoh, Furniture and Polishing Varnish. FOR sole by the ■>tibscribef ,* I liis shop on thecor iier of iVasliinglOuainl Centre Si reels Sign and Carriage Painting, Gilding, Graining, Ac. Balh ,lune4,1851 S .C .SAWYER TYLER * WOOD,* Whip Chandlers and Grocers, manufacturers of patent cordage, DS*'.EHS IN Anchors, Chains, Cables, Paints, Oils, Hunting, Ohkuin, Tar, Pitch, Rosin, Ac., Ac. No. 31 Burling Slip, NEW YORK. awiH tylbb, U »erc* «. woob. CARPENTER St CO.’S Kennebec aid Boston Express. T EAVES BATI1 ever, day I. the noon train for Portland L and Boston, and per steamer Ocean cm Mo^da^^d Thursday*. 3 Carpenter b Co. respectfully give notice that thev am now prepared to transmit valuable packages and freight to and from Damartseotta and Wisen»«et, having put on the road an Express Tram, which win leave Bath for Damarisootta on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, and return alternate days. Office—at the Bookstore of E. CLARKE, Agent, Bath, Nov. 4, 1853. lya. More New Goods. LEOTARD & PALMER ARE now receiving from NEW YORK, an extensive ad dition to their stock of Fall Goods, consisting in part of French Merinos, Thibet", Lyonese Cloths, Alapaccas, Alepines ; all wool and Cotton and wool plain and figured Delaines ; Debages, raw silk Plaids, all Wool and cotton and wool Plaids, Prints, Gighams, Ac. Also, black brocade, striped, checked and plain silks. A prime assortment of French cloths for Ladies cloaks and capes, also Velvet for capes. Shawls ; a large lot of wool long shawls, also Brocha and Cashmere Shawls, a good assortment of Broadcloths, Cassi meres, Satinets, Tweeds, etc. We have a good assortment of Woolen, Cotton and Linen Goods, together With most goods usually kept in a Dry Goods store, also Carpeting and Feathers. All of our goods have been purchased for cash and will be sold at the rawest cash prices. tfttl Horse for Sale. A IIOR3E T years old, perfectly sound, kind, J'gwwA A ami a good traveller, will lie sold at a reas ’ 1 r l onable price. Inquire ofT. EATON, Jr. NEW FALL GOODS! Now opening by the subscribers, at the New O-ranite Store! THE largest stock of seasonable Dry Goods ever offered ou this river, consisting in part of Thibets of every shade and price, some very fine,Cashmeres, All Wool M de Laines, Black and Colored Silks, Bay State Long aiul Square Shawls, in great variety, Prints, Ac., Ac. All are invited to exam ine our Stock. OWEN A CO. Bath, Nov. 1. Remnants De Laines. ONE case more those fine Remnants De Laines, received and for sale at A. B. Bl TLEKV. Bath, Sept. 14, 1853. Sundries. MALAGA, Smyrna and Sultana Raisins, Figs, /.ante Cur rants, Shelled Almonds, Rose Water, Tomato Ketchup, Pepper Sauce, Canary Seed, Sago, Tapioca, Pearl Barley, Corn Starch, Farina, and Arrow R«x>t, for sale by Bath, June 18. 1 M. F. GANNETT. New Insurance Agency. T11E PENTl'CKET MITTAL FIRE IN8TRAXCE COMPANY, of Haverhill, Mass., continue to iusure on most kinds of property, not specially hazardous, for one or five years, on favorable terms. This company employs no travelling agents, but local agents in most of the cities and towns in New England. Instead of the enormously large premium notes demanded by most companies, they require one of very small amount only, to guard against contingen cies. iVM. II. HE WES, President. T. M. HAYES, Secretary. The subscriber having been appointed Agent of the above Company, is now ready to receive applications for insurance at his Furniture Store, Front St. Persons wishing for insu rance will do well to call and examine the rates of this Company. J B IIUDSOX. Bath, Aug. 24, 1853. 3m 10 ’ NEW GOODS. ^ NEW and WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT Boots and Shoes, Justreceivcdfrom the Manufacturers, for sale CHEAP > by J. II. MCHOL8. i RECEIVED. tliixday at the store on Elm at.,and for sale, 2500 luishcl* mealing corn, flour, lard, box raisins cheese, smoked beef, tests, coffee, pickles, Ac , Ac., Ac. Old Hyson Tea, Young do do, Oolong do, Nii'.gyongdo,Sperm Oil, B'lrning Fluid. Ac Bath. Feb 2 R It SMITH A CO. Hardware, Cutlery, &!c. MITCHELL & LOW, KEEP constantly on band und for sale, a large and su|s rior assortment of Hardware, Edge Tools, Saws, Car penters’ TikiIs of every description, at the lowest prices for cash. Also, constantly on hand, Tin and Copper Ware— Ships’ Pumps, Ac., Ac. 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 last call. WILLARD WALKER. Bath, May 27,1873. Go if Powder. TnE subscriber has on hand, ami will be constantly supple d with Bl asting Powder, which he offers for snle, wholesale and retail. Also, a large supply of FUSE. WILLARD WALKER. | Bath, May 27, 1853. 50tf Gas Burners, Chandeliers, &c. JIT8T received, a large and extensive assortment of Gas Burners, Chandeliers, Ac, which We offer at the lowe-t manufactory prices. These fixtures are from the best manufactory, aud are all warranted. Please call and examine. S. W. HEATH A CO. Bath, June 4. 51 Ironing made Easy, BY the use of the Patent Self-Heating 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 II. L. CHAMBERLAIN, Jj* A liberal discount made to the trade. Bath, J une 14. 52 Front St., foot of Elm. Piano Forte Tuning. MR. Calvin Edwards, of Portland, will visit this city every fortnight, and tune Pianos for all persons who may desire. Mr E wards has been for many years a »n mufa-lurer of pianos, which are not stir pnssedbyuov mile; an I ns reputation as a tuner, is not equalled by any person in the State. 'T?” Orders left at St.vver * Magoun's B lokstore, will receiveprompi attention. Bath, .Mar 15,1353. 39 Sheriff’s Sale. rINCOLN ss, November 7th, 1853. By virtu? of an Exe J cation, Sagadahock Bank, against Edward S. .1. Nealley, I have this day taken on said Execution ami shall oil Wed nesday, the fourteenth day of December next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, on the premises herein after first described, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, all the right title and interest the safd Nealley had on the twenty-fourth day of February A. D. 1851, (being the date of the attach ment of the same on the original writ,) to redeem tiie follow ing described mortgaged real estate situate in Bath viz: the lot of land on which said Nealley now lives and bounded as follows, beginning on the East side of High Street at the South West corner of land formerly in possession of William B. Larrabec, thence running East seventeen degrees South nine rods more or'less by said Larabee’s land to the South East corner thereof,thence running South twenty-one degrees West four rods, thence West seventeen degrees North nine rods more or less to High Street, thence North twenty one degrees East to the first bounds,containing thirty six square rods and the buildings thereon standing, being the same land mortgaged by said Neally to Jonas Burnham on the 5th day of May, A. D. 1845, reference to said mortgage deed being had for a description of the premises, which is recorded in the registry of deeds, Western District, Lincoln County. A imvc disu tdkcu uu 1,11c name i acvuuwm, ovn* on Wcducsitejr, the fourteenth day of December next, at eleven of the clock in the forenoon, on the premises herein after described, at public auction, to the highest bidder, the right which said Nealley has to redeem from the purchaser the equity of redemption of the following described mort gaged premises, situated in said Hath, and bounded as fol lows:—beginning on High Street, at the South west comer of the lot on which the dwelling house. occupied by said Nealley stands,thence running easterly by said Ncalley’s lot to land sold by Abraham Hammate to A. C. Raymond, thence Southerly by said land sold to Raymond, to laud late ly belonging to William J. Crawford, thence Westerly by the said Crawford’s land to the Grgmnier School lot, thence Northerly by said School lot to the northeast corner thereof, thence westerly by said school lot to said High Street,thence Northerly by said High Street to the first mentioned bounds; being the same lot of land conweyed to said Nealley by said Abraham Hammate, by deed of warranty recorded in the Registry of deeds office for the western District, for the County of Lincoln,—Said premises being mortgaged by said Nealley to Henry L. Richardson, and the equity of redemp tion in the same having been sold on the ljth day of Octo ber, 185:1, on an execution in favor of Win. M. Steelman and Joseph A White of Boston, against said Nealley, which exe cution issued in a judgment rendered by the Supreme Ju dicial Court, begun and holden at Augusta, in the tounfy of Kennebec, on the third Tuesday of August last—unless said execution is sooner settled. 3w‘Jl N. NICHOLLS, Deputy Sheriff. REMOVAL, THE subscriber takes pleasure in Informing his friends i hat, owing to the steady increase of his business for the last five years, he has taken the spacious store on the comer, recently occupied by Field ft Reed, two doors north of his old stand, where he hopes by selling good articles, at flilr prices, his business may still continue to increase. Purchasers are invited to call—they will find the assort ment good and prices reasonable. J. W. ROBERTS. Bath Nor. 1,185.1. EXCHANGE Ob England, Ireland aad Scotland. EDWARDS 6f BREWSTER, No. 4 Stale Street, Boston, WILL draw Bills op Exchange for the sum ofoae pound and upward, upon Messrs T Wiooil* ft Co., London,charging five dolluis the p,oti»d sterling. Are perm Ited loreferin Boston to William Appleton ft Co* I -I E Tmviift ftss, A ft A Lvwrknce ft Co, I J K Mills ft Co £7- Bills of Exchange drawn as a'.ovc, at curreut rates can be had on sppliealioii to J d SEwALL Bath, Dec 14,185*. * »“*« jeggHjBggMiiw III .III .■ , i B J. M. HEED S nut ran imum HOT AIR COOKING jj-RANGF,. ^ Manufactured by Reed and Joke* •Ml. THIS Range has now been tong enough in use to test it# utility, and to enable the inventor to arrive at as near perfection as possible. It has all the improvements of Ranges set in brick lor ventilating the room from steam, for heating over and adjoining rooms, and hot air water barks for bath trailers. A? the same tkne R caa be set up and removed as easily as a common cooking stove. For convenience, durability and economy it is surpassed by tio Range or stove. At the Mechanics Kxhibiton and Fair last month, “T^e Premium was awarded to this Range over all others.’’ li» success has been so great that others have imitated it to some extent, but in order to sett, advertised i*i <1* Reed’s improved Portable Range. He u-ill umrpani tkc Range to work well ivith Wool or Coal. »iJ!V/r uY-il! S[°r,'' ,mlc*> largest stock and greatest v:t . l .-.JiJ rf'j? *" the City, consisting of lb or 2d whteh'is the** tooklne StoTl;s for t!eal or Wool, among “Our State,” which has given such universal satWkction. The casings are heavy an<l beautiful an.l put touetlwr with great care the joints fitting in a workmanllTiZn’. durability and general operation this stove stands at the head of the list. Those of them msnufaetured for m, we will warrant. Tiiere were from 2 to UUUU of them *okj ;B th;4 State last season, ami Hie orders this year far exceed that. The jtwtly celebrated STANLY COAL BURNER, Lowell Coal and (las Burner, Saratoga do, Parlor Cooking, Coal Gratae, Sheet and Cast Iron Parlor, Franklin, Box and Cylinder stoves in great variety; Fire Frames kc. ALSO Brick and Portable Furnaces of the best patterns, which we can warrent to gfwe iatfafac* tion to all in want, we would invite to call and examine.— All of wltich will be bold at fair prices by WATSON k FENNEL. 0cC29. Broad St. Bath Sugars. Ml SCOT AJIO, Hava na Brown, Coffee Crushed, Powdered, Granulated and Boston Crushed dinars, for sale by Bath, June 20. 1 M. F. GANNETT. Laundry Starch, • A PRIME article, for sale by Bath,June 20. M. F. GANNETT. New Goods. J. B. HVOSOW HAS juat received uml now offer* for sale r choie# assorlineiil of NEW AND FASHIONABLE Furniture, which he is selling nl ihe lowesi casii prices. Al*o, Pain led Window Curiam.* and fixture*. On hund, Upright lteiriger.il or*. Willow I Pagans, 4’c,Ac. HEADY -MADE C OF Ft ft H kepi constantly on liund ami maitufactured lo order. Haili. May 2. 1»33 tflil Livery Stable. JOHN h7~DAVIS, HAVING purchased llie naml laiely occupied by S. W vViUoii, nud uiite J with Ins own stock, latelv ceplallhe Elliot House Usable,is prepared loanswe’r ilLui'U for Horses and Carriages. Orders left at llie Stgadi liock House or at llie Stable on Cemre Street .will be promptly attended to, Bath, Aug.30,ISA*. Htf Oil and Candles. JUST received from New Bedford, 5 bids Ulccolicd '•priii" Sperm Oil ; 10 bids bleached spring Whale Oil: 3 boxes Wax Candles ; 10 boxes Adamantine, do. lb IBAOCO—I* eat lierstoiie, Wood gale, uud Pullurd brands. For sale by D A L. PATTEN. May 17. L NEW Watches and Jewelry. JUST RECEIVED AT JBo (So £RA2&Sff®B»Sa ASPI.ENDI Dassortment ol Gold and Silver Watoh • es; IS is-, a Pins; Ear Hoops and Drops: Finger Rings; Hold Fob, Vest and Guard Chains; Gold P. n« ami Pencils, Ac. embracing u great variety, wllsel'4 led and rich Goods. O* Piir -hOM'i* urr inv'lel io mil an t examine, an they w.V In soli so lno thitit wilt be /or theii advan tage to call. 1.5 Sept 88. Pure Ground Java k W, I. Coffee. CHOCOLATE, Cocou and ShelL; Cream ofTur'ur, Ginger, Pepper, uml a general assortment of Spies es, Iresli Irom the Lynn Mills; .Mustard, Peppersuuec Ketchups and Pickles, Raisins in boxes and half do; Stewart sat d East Boston refined while and yellow, Sugars and Sj rups, Soap in boxes. iilsoStarch in do ; Boston and Portland Ground Rock Salt; dried codtisli anil herring, for sale by D. A L. PATTEN. May -41853 48 Cumberland Coal. . TONS Run of the Mines Cumberland Coal, & gupe I 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. Bailer’s. Bath, June 11, 1853. 52 B. 0 WEEKS. Accortleons and FlutinaS} • A GOOD assort inent, tot sale by Sept28 II.G.T. MARSTON. Hardware, Glass, Cutlery, &c. THE subscriber would inform the citizen* of Ba h and vie;tinytIru he Il ls taken the store receytly occupied by Kcndull, Richardson A Co., where hu offers a good assortment..!'Hard ware. House Furnish itig and h iiiislitng Goods. Also, a large assnt linrnt ot larpenters’ Pools. The pa'ronage of the public is solictled. HENRY M. BOYEY. April 11. If 14 Front Si , Bath. SURGEON DENTIST. A. 35, ®3LEa©ES 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 maimer. A K G intends that the ease, neatness and durability u! his operations shall recommend him to ibcpublic O* All work warranted. Perfect satisfaction given in all operations, or no compensation will be required. Toothache cured, without extracting the toolli, in most cases. Office ill room No 23, Elliot House Block, Front Street,Bath, .Me. 44tT Compound Almond Lotion V SUPERIOR article for removing Freckles and pimples from the face, and for the cure of chapped hands, prepared and for sale by J. .M ATHEWS, March 23.1833. Sugadahock Building, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables, TOGETHER with a complete assortment of Confectionery, Ac., kept constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest cash prices, by J. WARREN FRYE. Bath, Aug. 24, 1853. 10 pilLORIDE OF LIME for sale by ’ yj Aug. 90. M. F. GANN ITT. OATIN l.AUNPUY STARCH, an approved article, for O sale by Aug. 30. M. F. GANNETT. Coal Cooking Stoves. OF superior quality, expressly fitted for burning coal, tho' equally well adapted to wood; also furnished with a new style of ware which passes off into tlie stove all the steam generated by boiling and frying. Please call and examine, at II. L. CHAMBERLAIN'S Rogers’ Block. August 2. 7 “READ’S” Improved Portable Range. For Burning Wood or Coal! ACKNOWLEDGED by all to be the best Range In use for economy and convenience. Also, Barstow’s Banner Cook Stoves, for burning Coal or Wood ; together with a large assortment of Cooking and Parlot Stoves, Op.m Grates, Fire Frames and Franklin Stoves, Parlor Coal Stoves, a beautiful article of Open Grates, with ovena, Bryant A Herman’s Furnace,—for sale at the h west prices, by n. L. CHAMBERLAIN. Bath Oct. 13. ___ Polishing Irons, OF the best quality, just received. Also, Sad Irons and Patent delf-heutiug .Smoothing Irons, by Oct. 13. _II. L. CHAMBERLAIN. Millinery and Fancy Goods. Misses Field &, Wildes RESPECTFULLY' announce to the ladies of Bath and vi cinity, that they have recently formed a copartnership in the MILLINERY BUSINESS, in the store 3d door weal of the Post Office, where they are now prepared to exhibit A large stock of Fashionable Fall and Winter Goods, whij^i in quality, variety and price* will compare favorably with any in this city. A large assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Gloves, Hosiery, Laces, Embroideries, Ac., always on band. AIM Dress Trimmings, such a* Velvets, Gimps, Waive Braids, fco., Ac., together with a good assortment of Worsted*, La dies Chi nets and Children s Sack*. . . X7 Particular attention paid to bleaching and sewing St Dresses and Sack* manufactured to order. Bath, Oct. 12,1853. 17tf Notice to Gas Consumers. PERSON* Vho wish to be supplied with Oas by the Bath Gat Light Company, the coming autumn and winker, are hereby notified that it is necessary to make an immediate application, by entering their names on the hooka of . die Company,.at the office of the Treasurer, for that purpose, is ho meters can he set until the above requisition I* com plied with It will also much facilitate the operation of the wntractors, who are now engaged' in laying the scrvtM pipe. CH AS. CLAPP, Ja-, Bath, Sept, 8. Treasurer of Bath Gas Light Go. Clocks! Clocks!! Clocks!!! t'SH umrr.tr.