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Tuesday, May 16. Ssnafe.—Mr. Mallory offered a rcsolutioi declaring that the recent acts of the Cubai authorities dearly show a design to throw Cuba into the hands of the African popula tion, an event detrimental to the United States The vetoed Insane bill was taken up, ant Mr. Butler made a speech of an hour in de fence of the veto. House—The House went into Commitlet on the Nebraska bill. Mr. Hunt made a per sonal explanation. Mr. Maxwell of Florida, commenced e speech in favor of the Nebraska bill, and was followed by Mr. Mayall, of Maine, against the bill. Messrs. Flagler of New York and Giddings of Ohio followed in opposition to the bill, when the House adjourned. Wednesday, May 17. House.—Mr. Clayton offered a joint resolu tion expressing the sense of Congress on the condition of the boat's crew of the British ship Virago, who were instrumental in the rescue of .Lieut. Strain’s surveying party. Referred. Mr. Mallory’s resolution concerning the organization of Cuba was then taken. Senate.—The House was engaged in the consideration of the Nebraska bill. Mr. Etheridge spoke against the bill. Mr. Oliver of Mo., followed in favor of the bill. While he was speaking, at half-past two o’clock, a tremendous storm came on, suddenly, accompanied with thunder, light ning and hail, causing so mnch commotion among members, that he suspended his re marks for some moments. It was so dark that the chandeliers had to be lighted. Friday, May 19. Senate.—In the Senate, Mr. Cooper laid on the table a substitute fur the bill suspending duties on railroad iron. The Senate passed a bill for the relief of George W. Ridge! y, for tobacco destroyed by the British during the last war. Other pri vate bills were acted on, and the Executive Session adjourned to Monday. House.—In the House, in Committee on the Nebraska bill, Mr. Churchill, of Tenn., spoke in favor of the bill, and Mr. Dean of New York, spoke against it. Mr. Wheeler, of New York spoke against the bill, and was followed by Mr. Walsh of New York, in its favor, but denunciatory of the administration. Mr. Morrison of New Hampshire made a speech against the bill, and Mr. Benton against the Gadsden treaty and the government schemes. At 4 1-2 o’clock, the House took a recess till 6 o’clock. Upon re-assembling Nebraska speeches were resumed, with a probability of remaining in session all night. Saturday, May 20. House.—The Nebraska bill wa3 debated in the House last night until half-past 12 o’clock, when the Committee took a recess until nine o’clock this morning, at which hour only twenty members were in their seats. When the hour of 12, the time for closing the debate, had arrived, on motion of Mr. Stephens of Georgia, permission to print speeches was given to all gentlemen who bad not succeeded in obtaining the floor. Mr. Richardson then commenced his closing speech in support of the bill. Mr. Fuller of Maine offered the following: “The Legislature shall have power to estab lish or exclude slavery, as they shall see prop er.” As a National Democrat he should like to vote for the bill, but would not as at present advised, unless his amendment be adopted. In the spirit of kindness he asked his friends who stood by him in the 31st Congress, to yield a little to Northern feeling on the ques tion. Monday, May 22. Senate.—In the Senate the Chair presented a letter from Mr. Everett, Senator from Mass, announcing his resignation of his seat. A message was received from the President transmitting all the correspondence relative to the imprisonment of Dr. King in Greece. The Indian Appropriation bill was taken up, and after some debate postponed, wh8n, after a short Executive Session, the Senate adjuorned. House.—In the House to day, in committee on the Nebraska bill, Mr. Stephens of Geor gia moved to strike out the enacting clause, avowing his intention to lie to cut oft all amendments and have the bill reported to the House and voted on. Mr. Stephen’s motion was agreed to—103 to 22. Mr. Richardson moved the previous ques tion. Points of order were raised. Mr. Pringle moved that when the House adjourn it adjourn to Monday. Mr. Pringle’s motion was negatived—G8 to 136. Various motions to adjourn were rejected by the yeas and nays. Mr. Washburn of Maine moved to lay the bill on the table. Negatived—yeas 92, yeas 112. The question recurring on seconding the demand for the previous question, another motion to adjourn was made and lost amidst loud cries of question, question. The demand for the previous question was seconded, and the main question ordered to be put—yeis 117, nays 94. Another motion at 8 o’clock to adjourn failed. The question was taken on agreeing to the raport from the committee, striking out the enacting clause, which was negatived. Yeas 97; nays 117. At 8 o’clock, Mr. Richardson moved his substitute for the bill, being the same as the Senate bill, with the exception of Clay ton’s amendment, and moved the previous question. Vociferous cries of question, question. Mr. Dean moved for the reading of the sub stitute. The reading occupied an hour. Mr. Edgarton raised a point of order, that as the substitute contains appropriations for salaries of Governors, &c., it must first he discussed in Committee of the Whole. The Speaker overruled the point on the ground that the original bill had been discussed. The main question was ordered to be put—yeas 116, nays 90. Mr. Richardson’s substitute was then agreed to—yeas 115 ; nays 96. The question was stated to be on ordering the bill to be engrossed for the third reading. Mr. Milson moved to lay the bill on the table—yeas 100; nays 114. At 10 1-2 o’clock, Mr. Matterson made an unsuccessful motion to adjourn. The bill was ordered to be engrossed for a third reading—yeas 112, nays 99. The bill was read a third time, and at 11 o’clock was passed by a vote of—yeas 113, nays 100. Mr. Richardson hoped order would be pre served, and moved to reconsider the vote by which the Bill was passed, and to lay that motion on the table. Agreed to. At II 1-2 o’clock the House adj. Later from Europe. The Royal Mail steamer Europa, Capt. Shannon from Liverpool, May 6th, arrived at New York, Friday, about half past 12 o’clock. The news is highly important. An American privateer, the Grape Shot, is reported to have captured a French brig off Lands End. The allied fleet bombarded the Russian forts at Sulina, mouth of the Danube. No details received. On the 18th and 19th Omar Pasha with 10, 000 men gave battle to Gen. Luders, between Silistria and Rassova. The battle raged sev eral hours. During the previous night Omar had sent a division towards Sed, which divi sion during the height of the battle attacked the Russians in the rear, causing much confu sion. The Russians retreated behind Czeravado with loss of many guns, stores, baggage, and military chests. The Russians continued the attack on Silis tria on the 20th. The Turks crossed the Danube to destroy the Russian batteries, the Russians having advanced to Kalavach ; and, after hard fighting retired. Up to the 23d Silistria remained undamaged. An important battle was fought on the 25th, between the Turks and the Greek insurgents. Notte was taken by the Turks by assault ii fifty minutes. The Greek leaders, Karistral and Isavellas, fled. There was considerabh ( slaughter. ! ^*r Charles Napier is closely blockading al the Baltic ports. Russia is fitting out a fleei against him of eight hundred armed boats! Detailed accounts of the bombardment ol Odessa state that all the batteries and military stores were destroyed, two powder magazines blown up, and 12 Russian ships of war sunk -—also, thirteen vessels laden with ammuni tion. Merchant vessels were unmolested.— Losses of the allies only five killed and six wounded. The allied fleet had left Sebasto pol. Russia.—The Emperor is extremely active and goes backwards and forwards between Constadt and St. Petersburgh almost inces santly. Several regiments of guards are or dered to Finland. The Danish government lingers on the side of Russia. The Swedes are decidedly in favor of the allies, one Swedish line-of-battle ship and four frigates were in commission at Copenha gen, and more were being made ready. A most formidable force of row boats is be ing organized by the Russians to harrass the invading fleet from the shallow waters. Eight hundred armed boats are already enrolled.— All the boats of the Neva Yacht Club are placed at the service of the State. A consid erable number of these are assembled at Swea borg and Constadt. Sir Charles Napier has hastily applied to the Government for a fleet of small steamers that may penetrate wherever row boats can. France.—Large bodies of troops continued to march in the direction of Toulon for em barkation for the Levant. An imperial decree calls into active service on land and afloat, eighty thousand men from the hundred and forty thousand of the class of eighteen hundred and fifty-three. It is again positively asserted that the French army of the East will be augmented to one hundred thousand men. An antiquated maiden lady, who was being ‘ rowed over the ferry’ yesterday in a ! small boat, became nervous when near the i Creenbush side of the river, and in her excite ment made a misstep and fell overboard. She was rescued with difficulty by the ferryman, who was a young man, when she immediately commenced a tirade against him for taking such 4 liberties’ with her ; that i3, in putting his arm around her waist to lift her from the water.— Alb. Erg. Thursday. Tiie Table Tippings.—Prof. Hare, for merly Professor of Chemistry in the University of Pennsylvania, avows that, after having tested the spiritual rappings by electrical apparatus, and every other mode capable of detecting the presence and influence of electricity as to their cause, lie has come to the conclusion that there is an intelligent, invisible agency, entirely aside from the medium, concerned in producing the various phenomena, and further affirms that .the theory of the spiritualists is the only intel ligible solution yet presented.—Exchange pa pir. % , Burglary—The store of Mr. Alfred L. Stanwood, on Pleasant street, in this town, was entered on Thursday night last, and goods taken to the value of alrout SlSO, consisting of groceries, Ac. The thieves effected an en trance by breaking in the blind and sash of the front window, and also through the back win dow. It is supposed they had a wagon, as the tracks of wheels were discovered leading from the store to the McKeen road.—Brunswick Telegraph. Holloway's Pills for the Cure of Sick Head aches, Bile, and Weak and Disordered Stomachs. — I liese wonderful Pills have been the means of restoring to health may persons pronounced incurable by the faculty, both at home and abroad. They may be taken with perfect safe ty, and a certainty of effecting a cure, by per sons suffering from general debility, sick head ache, diseases of the stomach, bile, or liver complaints, and those who are predisposed to dropsy cannot use a more effectual remedy than Holloway's Pills, acting as they do upon the very mam-springs of life, no disease can resist their influence. The effect they have is mild, yet speedy, and a3a family medicine they are unequalled. REMOVAL. A. G. Page, UAS removed to the LARGE AND SPLENDID NEW STORE, directly opposite tlie old Stand, in Moses new Block, with a very large assortment of choice Family Gro ceries, Ship Stores, Fruits, Vegetables and GKNUIN K PA TENT M EDH'IN ES,for sale at the lowest market rates. Iy29 They arc sure to do you j;ood ! For they arc composed of Vegetables. O ATCILELL’S VEGETAULE CATHARTIC BITTERS vl are a sure remedy for all diseases arising from a disor dered state of tl>e Stomach, such as Dyspepsia, Heart Burn, I..OSS of Appetite, Sleepiness, Jaundice, Headache, Cos tlveness, Female Diseases, Ac. Asa spring and summer medicine it has no equal, sold at 20cts per Bottle. Agents wanted. Edd in Bath, by I)r. J. MATHEWS and N. K. EL& WORTH. 49 tf Hhrnugfs. Ill this city, lGlli inst., by Rev. N. Brooks, Mr. Albion Ridley to Miss Harriet Clove, Imth of this city. In this city, 21st inst., by Rev. Mr. Jat|ues, Capt. David C. Rogers, to Miss Mary J. O. Pettingel 1. In Portland, 16th inst., by Rev. Mr. Dexter,Galen Clapp, of this city, to Miss Ann K. N. Ilsley, of Portland. In Thomaston, 14th inst., Mr. Thomas R. Hewitt to Miss Elizabeth F Thomas, both of T. In Camden, Capt. Henry T. Verril of Rockland to Miss Margaret E. Porter of Camden; Capt. Denj. YV. Conanl to Miss Catharine II. Hailey, both of Rockland. In Augusta, William A. YY'all to Miss Martha G. Savage; W. 8. Prescott of Appleton, to Miss Melvina Ingraham. Drntljri. In this city, 17th inst., Harriet K. Shaw, aged 5 mouths and 8 days. In Augusta, Benjamin, son of John Hersnin, aged 16 months; Sarah 8., wife of Warren Slone, aged 76 years. In Kocklund, Lucretia, wife of Jas Duncan, aged 41; Aurelius, sou of Mr. Calvin Hall, aged 10 years 4 months. On board ship Chapin, on the passage from Liverpool to Boston, April 30th, Mr. J. IV. Wallace of Waldoboro, 2d officer. Lost overboard from ship Stephen Larrabee, of Bath, on her passage from Callao to Hampton Koads, when about two weeks out, Hartley Burt, son of l* Burt, aged 19. EASTERN TIMES Stinson & Co., No. 5 Long Wharf, Boston, are Agents for the Union Link of packets from Bath to Boston. Capt. Stinson is favorably known as an experienced merchant and shipmaster, formerly of this city. All business entrusted to him will be attended to with promptness and despatch. ARTHUR DONNKLL, Agent for Bath. I*OI£T OF Is A Til • ARRIVED. Friday, May 19. Brig Black Swan, Ileagan, Baltimore. Brig George, Rowe, York River, Ya. Sch Sophia Elizabeth, (Br) Kirly, Sagville, NS. Sell Aruo, Oliver, Potomac River. Sch Alexander, Noble, Darien. Sch Rochester, Blanchard, Boston. CLEARED. Ships Samaritan, (new, 1220 tons) Kelley, Queliec ; Mod ern Times, (new, 040 tons) Adams, St Andrews, NB; sch Glenview, Patridge, Portland. Saturday, May 20. ARRIVED. } Brig Judge Whitman, Mitchell, St George River, Md. Sunday, May 21. ARRIVED. Sell Catherine, llycrupe, James River. Monday, May 22. ARRIVED. Brig Lanzorette, Ilarriman, Portland) to load for Cuba. Sch Active, (Br) Entremont, La Havre, ATS. SAILED. Burk Gertrude, Sdshy, Jamaica; sch St Marys, Sylvester, Boston. New Ships Samaritan, Kelley, Queliec; Modern Times, Adams, St Andrews, NB. LAUNCHED—At Damariscotta 13th ult, a fine schooner of about 125 tons, called the Amerioan Chief; owned by Jas 1) Huston and others. NOTICE TO MARINERS, Navigation into Spit-head. Official Notice has lieen received at this Office from the Trinity House, London, that a Floating Light Vessel was placed on the 1st instant, (May, 1854,) on the west aide of the channel near to the Warner Shoal, to mark the channel between Horse and Warner Shoals. This Station exhibits a single revolving light of the natural color, from sun-set to sun-rise, daily. By order of the Ligfit-House Board, THORNTON A. JENKINS, Secretary. Treasury Department, Office Light-House Board, May 11,1854. i Exhibition of a new Revolving Light at North Ronaldshay, Scotland, and Alteration of the Start-Point Light from a Revolving Light to a Fixed Light. I. North Ronaldshay LioHT-iiocs*. Official information has been received at this Office that the Commissioners of the Northern Light-Houses have giv • en notice that a Light-House is being built upon ths Island of North Ronaldshay In Orkney, the Light of which will he exhibited on the night of Friday, the 1st September, 1854, and every night thereafter, from the going away of day light in the evening, to the return of day-light ill the morn ing. The following is a description of the Light-House, and the appearance of the. Light, by Mr. David Steven son, Engineer to the Commissioners ••— The Light-House is in N. Lat. 59 J 23' 15’’, and W. Long. 2° 23' 38” ; it stands on the Northern Point of the Island of North Ronaldshay, and by compass it bears from Moul licad of Papa-Westra WNW. 1-4 North, distance 16 nauiic miles ; ami from Start-Point of Sunday Light-house, 8SW 1-4 West, distance 6 1-2 miles. The North Ronaldshay Light will be known to Mariners as a REVOLVING LIGHT, producing a bright flash of the natural color once in every 10 seconds. It will be visible all round the compass. The Lantern is elevated 140 feet above the sea ; ami the Light will be seen at the distance of about 18 nautic miles, and at lesser distances, according to the state of the atmosphere. ALSO, II. Start-Point Light-house. The Start-Point Light, which is 8 1-2 miles from North Ronaldshay Light, being at present a REVOLVING LIGHT, producing a bright flash once in every minute, the Com missioners further give notice, that on and after the night of Friday, the 1st September, 1854, when the new Re volving Light at Nortli Ronaldshay is to be exhibited, the present REVOLVING LIGHT at Start-Point will be chang ed to a FIXED LIGHT of the natural color. lly order if the Liglit-House Board, THORNTON A. JENKINS, Secretary. Treasury Department, Office Light-IIouse Board, April 28, 1854. Nantucket New South Shoal Light Vessel. A LIGHT VESSEL will be placed during the ensuing month (May, 1854) to mark the New South Shoal off Nan tucket, and to guide vessels clear of dangers in that vicin ity. This vessel will !>e fitted with two masts painted yellow, white mast heads, with an open work, oval, black day mark, 5 feet in diameter, at an elevation of 63 feet from the water line. The hull of the vessel will be HKD with “Nantucket "South Shoal ” painted in large white letters on Ixith sides. The length of the vessel is about 100 feet; breadth of beam about 24 feet; height of gunwale, above water, 11 feet", burden, 250 tons. Two lights (one on each mast) will lie exhibited at an ele vation of 44 feet above the level of the sea, each produced by 8 Argand fountain lamps and paralmlie reflectors, and should be seen in good weather, from an elevation of 15 feet above the water, at a distance of from 12 to 13 nauti cal miles. During thick or foggy weather, a heavy bell will lie kept constantly ringing. The vessel will lie placed in from 13 to 15 fathoms water, about one, or one and-a-half miles to the Southward of the Southern extremity of the New South Shoal. The position will be in about Lat. 4'J" 56' 30" North ; Long. 6'J'1 51' 30" West of Greenwich. In passing this Light vessel, the following bearings ami distances will lie found to he sufficiently accurate to guide navigators in shaping their courses from positions near it: To centre of “ Old South Shoal,” (Mag.) N. by E. distant 8 miles. To “Tom Never’s Head,” (Mag.) N. 26“ W., distant 21 miles. To “ Block Island Lights,” (Mag.) W. N. W., distant 78 miles. To “ Lt. Vessel off Sandy Hook,” (Mag.) West, distant 180 miles. Variation of the compass, 8" 18' West. Vessels bound to Boston Bay or to that vicinity, when the weather is moderate, may, after passing the Light Vessel, steer an E. N. E. course for 18 miles, leaving Fishing Rip off the Starboard hand ; from thence a N. by W. 1-2 W. course for about 38 miles, will bring up with the Chatham Lights. The attention of Mariners is particularly invited to the setting of the currents in the vicinity of these shoals, as shown by the Coast Survey Chart, and it mast not be for gotten that Compass courses cannot be depended upon without having regard to the time of tide and its set. Notice will be given of the precise time when this vessel will be placed at her station, and the lights exhibited, with any changes that it may be found necessary to make spec ified. By order of the Light-House Board, SAMUEL R. KNOX, Lieut. V. S. Navy, Inspector 2d Light-House District. Boston, Mass., April 15, 1854. DISASTERS. Ship Harriet A Augusta, abandoned 17th ult, was 647 tons, value*! at $25,0(8), and partially insured in New York, where her cargo of railroad iron was also insured. Bark Geo Leslie, of Thomaston, from Matanzas for Fal mouth, E, put into New York 18tli for repairs, having sprung a leak of 500 strokes per hour when 5 ds out. DOMESTIC PORTS Boston—Ar 17th, bark Paul Boggs, Dizer, Mobile 25th ult •, brig Civilian, Nichols, Cardenas 29th ult via Holmes’ Hole. Cld, sell Mary Shields. Waite, Gardiner. Ar 1 Glli, brig Havana, Heed, Cardenas 7th inst. Cld bark Benj Adams, Douglas, Mobile; sch Spring Bird, Hatch, Rockland. Sid 20th, sell Henry A. Waldoboro. gld sch Odd Fellow, Beals, Augusta. IIoIiiicm* Hole—Ar 17th, schs Z Secor, Blaisdell, Choptank River for Bath; Geo Washington, Williams, Georgetown, SC for Rockland; IStli, brigs Elias Dudley, Hopkins, Charleston for Rockland; Forrest, Rae, Batli for St Marys; schs A K McKenzie, Drisco, Jacksonville for Thomaston: Abhy Weld, Bullock, Norfolk for Bath; S II Pool, Yates, Rappahammock River for do; John Haggles, Hatch, Wilmington, NC, for do; Harriet Ann, Marson, Choptank, River,Va, for do; CatlierineyJames River Tor do. New Orleans—Adv ship Zenolna, for Liverpool, wtg 300 bales. Ar 10th, ship Juliet, Moulton, Boston. Adv ship Mulhouse, for Havre 20th. Ar 13th, bark Jane Doten, Grows, Matanzas. Cld 12th, ships Sea Queon, Munson, and A B Thompson, Mustard, Liverrpool. Hnclmvillc, SC—Ar 10th, sch l’ushaw, Stahl, Wal doboro. Cld Illuminator, Haverner, Waldoboro. Wilmington, NC—Cld 13th, sch Elvira Ingalls, Bath. Went to sea 14th, brig M T Wilder, Wiscassct. Charleston—Sid 13th, ship Susan G Owens, Liver pi *1. Baltimore—Cld 16th, brig II W Moncure, Curtis, Boston. Ar lOlh, ship Stephen Larrabee, Bart, Callae. Ar 28th, sch Ingomar, Lynch, Boston. I*hila«lel»hiu—Ar 10th, hark Cuba, Sawyer, Porto Cala.Ho 14. Albany—Cld 16th, sch Lion, Bath. New York—Ar IStli, ships South Carolina, Stewart, Antwerp 17th ult, Flushing 14th ; Shamrock, Donne, Liv erpool 23 ; Alleglianean, Stetson, Newport, E, 23 ; Alla rt Gallatin, Storer, do 26. Cld, haik Montauk, Lincoln, Galveston. Ar 17th, sch 0 H Perry, Bullock, Mayaguez Cld brig New Globe, Tibbets, Georgetown, SC Ar 18th, ships Thalatta, Barker, Liverpool 46; Continent, Drummond, do 31; Liverpool, Kearney, do 14th ult; Lucy ! Thompson, Pendleton, do lath ult. t'lil IStli, ship Sarah G Hyde, Snow Quebec. Ar 12th, ships G F Patten, Delano, Havre; London, Hub oard, and Woodcock, Lambert, London. Ar l'Jth, ship Mcdomak, Livingston, Newcastle, E; Jos ephine Bornholm, Bristol E, Mch 31; sell Ontario, Rock land Cld 19th, ship Screamer, Skolkel, Quebec; hark Undine, Merryman, New Orleans. New Condon—Ar 17tb, sch Kingfisher, New York for Thomaston. KdgartoWl*—In port 17th, schs Clara Janc,fm Rap pahannock for Newcastle ; Sea Lion, for Rockland. FOREIGN PORTS. At Genoa 27th ult, bark Angela Brewer, Ulmer, fm Mo bile, ar 25th. Ar at St Jago 23d ult, brig Pamaho, Adams, Charleston. ! Ar at Havana 7th inst, brig Judge lilaney, Bradley, Bath ; 9th, sch Ottawa, Sweetscr, Batlu; brig B Young, Wooster, Jacksonville ; lltli, hark John Bird, Bird, Phila delphia. Sid 7th or 8th, ship Kossuth, Percy, Matanzas ; lltli, sch Lamartine, Stinson, Matanzas. Cld 10th, brig Cariann, Ames, Cardenas. In port 12th, among others, sch 1 C Hertz, Bullock, for Boston soon. Ar at Matanzas 8th iust, ship Lady Franklin, Trott, Ha vana. Ar at Sagua 7th inst, bark T & P Woodward, Woodward, Newport. E. At Havana 12th inst, bark Costarelli, Dickey, for a port in North of Europe. At Matanzas 1st inst, ship St Bernard, Mayo, for Cowes same day. Ar at Mirimiclii 16tli inst, ship Forest State, Pollster, Boston. Ar at Liverpool 4th inst, Ellen Maria, Whitmore, anil Brandywine, Merryman, Mobile. Cld 4th, Ariel, llecd, Trieste, 2th, Clara Bookman, Hig gins, Boston. Ent inward at London 2d Louisa Kilham,White, Charles ton; 5th, South Carolina, Grows, Matanzas. A r at Deal 3d, Ocean Queen Smith, London for N York, and proceeded. Sid fm Cadiff 2d Glenburn, Springer, New York. Ar at Queenstown 3d J L llogert, fm Liverpool for New York, dismasted. Ar at Havre 30th, Wurtemburg, Ford, New Orleans. Sid 6th, Richard Morse, Dinsmore, N York. Slil 30th, Realm, Stevens, and Monmouth, Trufant, New Orleans. Slil fm Liverpool 3d, Chaos, Dunton, Philadelphia. Adv Geo Washington, and Seaflower, Luring, for Boston 12th; Emerald Isle, for New Cork 28th; Wm Patten, for Philadelphia 9th; Rockaway, do with despatch. Flat for ldg, Rockaway, for Philadelphia; 5th, Old Do minion, Sampson, anil Lalla ltookh, Small, for Boston. Ar at Queenstown 2d, Adelaide Cooper,Collins,Cardenas. Ar at Havana 13th, hark, Courant Bradstreet,New York. Cld, ship Aphrodite, Melcher, Cowes. At Genoa 29th ult bark Angela Brewer, for Palermo. At Malaga 26th ult, bark Nautilus Lincoln, for Gihralter anil Boston 7 ds. At Havana 14th, inst, bark Corporal Trim, Gardiner, for Cowes. At Remcdois abt 10th inst, bark J J Hathom, Brown, for London 7 ds. Ar at Cardenas lltli inst, brig Seabird, Orr, Portland. Sid 11th, brig Castilliau, Pinkhatn, Portland. SPOKEN. May 1, lat 24, Ion 80, ship Win Hitchcock, fra Mobile for Liveriiool. May 5, lat 27 50, ion 79 1-2, was signalised ship R K Page Hathorn, fm Apilachicola for Liverpool. May 12, lat 39 Ion 68, bark Florence, of Bath, fra New York for Manganilla. No date, lat 34, Ion 73, bark Cherokee, Coffin fm Wiscas set for Havana. May 15. lat 41, Ion 53, ship Edward Stanley, of Waldo lioro, Holmes, fra New Orlean* for Liverpool. May 8, lat 49, Ion 32, ship Josephine, of Bath, Bornholm, fm Bristol, E, for New York. May 14, lat 38 50, Ion 64 40, ship Champion, Brew, fm New Orleans for Liverpool. May 17th, Block Island NW 10 miles, sch Jane & Elisa, fra Savannah for Waldoboro. No date, lat 31 20, Ion 43 1-2, bark Adelaide Cooper, 32 ds fm Cardenac for Cork. Steamer Ocean, FREIGHT NOTICE. ALL OOOBS landed from Steamer Ocean and not called for during the early part of the day on which they are landed, will be stored at the risk and expense of the owners of said goods. And all freight bills must be paid for on de livery of the goods. Truckmen will please govern themselves accordingly. Per Order AARON D0NNKL, Agent. Bath, May 23. 4w49 JOB PRINTING. The proprietor of the E:istem Times has the pleasure of informing his friends and the public, that he is pre pared to execute all kinds of Job Printing on 1IV All BEAUTIFUL TYPE 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. Orders promptly attended to. Office—Corner of Front and Broad Streets. New Bonnets! FINE Peddal Braids ; also Florence Bonnets, a new and beautiful article, just received and for sale cheap bv FIELD Sl WILDES, Centre Strei-t. May 24, 1854._ tf49 City of Hath. In Board or Aldermen, May 3,1854. OBDEHED, That the Quarantine Regulations he as fol lows, vis On and after the 10th day of June next, and until the 10th day of October next, a quarantine shall lie had on all Vessels, their Officers, Crews, Passengers and Cargoes, on their arrival from any port where any conta gious sickness prevailed at the time of their departure ; and on all vessels on hoard of which any person shall have died, or have been sick with any contagious disease during their homeward bound passage. . No person shall be allowed to go on board of, or shore from any vessel when on quarantine, without a permit from the hoarding officer. Vessels will anchor on quarantine ground, opposite the South Steam Mill. XT Pilots will take notice of the foregoing regulations and act accordingly. B. C. BAILEY, Mayor. WM. TORItKY, City Clerk. Israel Pctsam, Boarding Officer. May 20,1854. t<U9 Twenty-five Cents SENT to E. 0. COLLINS, Saco, Me., jaist paid will pro cure L. F. Dow's 78 Receipts, how to Make Money and Save Money, and to make $150 to $21X) per month, and 4 valuable Receipts worth five dollars per Receipt. Saco, April 10th, 1854. 5iv49* PREnitJtl FIRE-WORKS AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, MANUFACTURED BY JAMES Or. HOVEY. XT Order* n.ldrc-ecl to No. 14!) WASH INGTON STREET, or 27 MILK Street, BOSTON. Laboratories at CAMBRIDGEPORT and BRIGHTON. Boston, May 18,1854. 6w49 OK. NOCRSlT HAS removed a few rials, to the house recently occupied by Mrs. Walker, corner of Washington and Pearl streets, ami is now able to attend to business by night as well as by day. May 22. 49 LAItoi STOCK Ol NEW GOODS. fPHE undersigned having disposed of his old slock at I Auction, now oilers fresh from the New York and Boston Markets, the largest and lies! selected MERCHANT TAILORS’ STOCK, ever ollered in this city, consisting in part of English, French Sc Gemini. Ilrondclolh*, of every color and quality, American, French and Ger man black and Fancy Doeskins and Cassimeres—some very rich. English and American Cashmeretts, Erminetts, ami a great variety of Spring Studs—some very fine Satin, Grenad ne, Damask, Marseilles and other VESTINGS both plain and fancy, which will he sold at wholesale or retail, or manufactured to order in the best style at the : lowest cash prices. A large assortment of fients’ Furnishing Goods, of tlie best quality. Custom Made Clothing of my own ; and other manufacture. HATS, CAPS, Umbrellas, Oil Suits, Rubber Goods,Ac, \ offering superior inducements to the public to call on 48tf W. HAWTHORNE, C.3 Front St., Bath, Me. Rini GOODS—Great Bargains. \OW opening a very rich slock of seasonable Goods— such as Figured and Urocade Silks, (.'bailies. Jaco nets, Lawns, llerilge Delano* Print., hnii.il and figured Muslins, in great variety, Clnimbrays, Ac, Ac. AI .SO—M AGNIFIC F, N T BLACK SILKS, 75 cl*, to $1,75 per yard,I’arasols,Cashmere,Palm l eaf,Printed and Black SILK SHAWLS ! Mantillas, Gloves and Hosiery, and Fancy Goods in great j variety. The above will be sold for cash, at prices which challenge competition. For proof of this statement reference is made to the Stock and List of Pkices. May 15. 48 J. T GILMAN. NOW OPENING, AT MRS. J. ROUSE’S On Centre st, a splendid assortment of MILLINERY GOODS ! The latest and must approved fashions of Dress anti Straw Rats ! From Boston and New Yofk. Mav 18 48tf SUMMER DRESS GOODS! OF ALL KINDS, NOW OPENINO AT TltE STORE OF AMONG which are the following viz :—Foulard .Silks, Indian do, CHallies, Poplins, Tissues, plain and fig ured Barages, Barage De Lai lies, Jacconet Muslins. Laws, Brilliants, While I'.mb’d Dress Patterns,< Irgundes, Dotted Muslims, Ac, Ac. A 1.80—French and Scotch Ginghams, Lancaster do, in greai variety English md American Prints, all irarran led fast colors; Mourning Goods of various kinds ; Plaid Wool Del.ains some beautiful shades ; Colton and Wool Del.aines selling very cheap. Embroideries. Such as Sleeves, Chemisette, Cambric, Lace, and Mus lin Collars, Flouucings, Infant’s Waists, Cambric and Muslin Hdkfs. loves, TBit In and BBosiery. Our assortment of the above is complete, and lieyond all competition. Parasols! Parasols ! ! Our stock of Parasols is very large, ami no one need leave our store without being suited both in price and style. We will sell them cheap. Summer Stuffs. For Men’s and Boys’ wear. Checks, Stripes, Tweeds, mixed Kentucky Jeans, Cashmeretts, Eimunetts, Doe skins. Broadcloths, Ac, Ac SHAWLS, SHAWLS! Cashmere, Mack Silk, plain Tliihets, Ac, all wool figured Siiawls selling for 82,00. Visits and Mantillas. AVe have just opened in addition to our former stock of the above a very large assortment ol new styles. Dress Silk. Having disposed of our old stock of Dress Silks, we now offer an entire new stock of black Italian, (black figured, striped, plaided, figured and changeable Silks, all of which will be sold very cheap. Onr Goods have been carefully selected and well pur chased and we leel confident that we can sell as CHKA1' as ANY ONE ELSE. Please call and examine our goods and prices. A It. BUTLER, opposite Sagadaliock House. Bath, May 17. 48 TO THE TRADE! THE subscriber has received on consignment for private sale, the following RICH GOODS, which will only be sold by the piece or package : 200 pieces superior style Prints; 5# “ “ “ Summer Stuffs; 50 “ “ “ Lawns; 50 “ “ “ Rerngc DeLanes; 25 “ “ “ Ginghams; 20 “ “ Nankins; 4 bales extra Batts; 6 “ “ AVadding; 100 lbs, Linen and Cotton Thread; 200 doz superior Spool Cotton; Tickings, Drillings, Cambrics, Demins, Stripes, Ac. May 16. J. T GILMAN. Blake’s original Fire-proof Paint, FOR sale In any quantity,by Z. HYDE A. CO., Corner Front and Broad at. To Fishermen. FISHERMEN’S JOURNAL.—The printed form of this Journal is in accordance with instructions from Collec tors’ Department, Feb. 1852—It contains extracts from the circular instructions from the Treasury Department to col lectors. Published and for sale by 3w48 S. Q. SIMPKINS, 124 State st., Boston. New Stook of Millinery and Fancy Goods. Hisses FIELD & WILDES HAVE just received* large supply of Bonnets, Ribbons, Laces, E mbroideries, Embroidery silks slid Worsteds, and every other article in their line suited to the sum mer trade, which they offer at Exceeding low Prices I All kinds of Millinery and Straw work promptlv and faithfully executed. We respectfully invite our old pat rons and the public toe.all and examine onr stock, assur ing them that no better bargains can be bad anywhere else in this city. Store on Centro Steel, 2 I door west of the Post-office. Bath, May 2. 4«|f The latest Improved 3VE E Xj ODEO 1ST JS . CARHART’S PATENT. MANUFACTURED by N. D. Smith. New London, Conn. Having been appointed agent f*r the above instrument,I shall keep constantly on hand, or furnished at short notice, .nstruinents of the following compass, and warrant them to give satisfaction. Octave, Scroll Legs, I 5 Octave, 2 stops, Piano Style, 5 “ “ *’ (i “ Piano Style, 5 “ Piano Style, | 6 “ “ Extra. These instruments have commanded unbounded pop ularity wherever introduced, and need only tube heard to he appreciated, for they speak for themselves. The case is of rosewood, natty designed and highly polished, making it, aside from its musical merits, a de sirable parlor ornament N B.—Churches furnished at short notice. They can he seen at my residence, Wilkinson’s Block, Broad Street, Bath. Me. A. W. BECKWITH, at W. Hawthorne’s. Bath, May 3. tfid Gentlemen, DO yon want an extra French or Common Cair Boot ?— or Cloth and Fancy Boot f—or common Shoes of any kind ?—or a Silk Hat ?—or a Fancy Cap ? If so, call ou April 20. «■ 46 L. S. FISHER. Ladies’ TAN Color and best Black French Gaiter Boots, for sale * 'jy (46) L. S. FISHER. Bricks. O r(A M bricks, delivered at any part of the cltv for s&'Jxt sale by B. 0. WEEKS. April 26. 48 Boy Wanted. A SMART active boy about 16 years old, to learn the 1 Bookbinder’s Trade. Apply to 39 SAWYER & MAOOUN. For Boston Direct! w rsw» k The Elegant and Fast Sailing Steamer, C APT. E. H. SANFORD, T17TLL leave Blackmer’s Wharf, Bath for Boston every ' Monday and Thursday at 6 o’clock l*. M. Ukti'ksixg—Leaves Foster’s wharf, Boston, every Tues day and Friday evening at 7 o’clock. Tj* Freight taken at the usual rates. No freight will be delivered till the freight bills are paid, and no baggage lan ded from the Boat will he received into the Store-house, or accounted for, unless given into-charge of the Agent. N. B.—No live Calves will be taken as freight by this boat. Fare—Bath, to Boston, 75 c/s. Meals extra. AARON DONNELL, Agent. Bath, April 24, 1854. Clothing! HATS, CAPS, FURNISHlic Hilt! A. J. FARM ORTH, AT THE WELL KNOWN Hath Outfitting WAREHOUSE, NORTH END OF UNION BLOCK, Nearly opposite the head of Broad •St., BATH. HAS JUST OrENED A VERY LARGE STOCK OF Spring Caroods Embracing every variety and style of KGADY-nADG SPRING STYLE HATS AND CAPS! I'lliMSlIlM; GOODS! FANCY GOODS, &C. FISHERMEN & SEAMEN Will find every article of Clothing necessary to their com plete outfit, at the Establishment at the Lowest Prices, OIL CLOTHING, and all other articles for Fishermen, at wholesale, as heretofore. I offer the advantage of the largest stock of goods in this section of the State to select from, and assure my friends anil the public generally, that they will find my prices in accordance with my profession, as low as at any other city in the United States. A. J. FANSWORTIL NEW Watches and Jewelry, JUST RECEIVED AT So DBo ©o SBAlSSIP®Sy»3o A SUM! Y L)l Dassortment ol Gold and Silver Watch - /Yes; Hosnm Pins; Kar [loops ami Drops; Finger Kings; Hold Fob, Vesl and Guard Chains; Gold P.-im and Pencils, Ac. embracing u g real varicty, wIIselec ted and rich Goods. Purrhaaera are invitee/ to r.'ill and examine, ns they Hull be -old so low that it will be for theira tcan lageto call. ' Id ScpItiS. Wood. OAA CORDS Hard and Soft Wood, now landing and on O'/' ' wharf. For sale at the coal yard of Sept. 14. II. 0 WEEKS, Front Street. Imlia Silks. ]V[ 0W opening, the best assortment of India Silks ever .LA offered in this city. OWEN & CO. April 27. 46 Hay. A FEW tons screwed Hay, for sale by April 28. 48 B. 0. WEEKS. Dress Silks;. FI (I’D, striped, plaid an<l plain dress Silks, a complete as sortment, just received by OWEN it CO, April 27. 40 Parasols. 1 A DOZ. Parasols, some very fine ami high cost, rec’d leC by (46) J. T. OILMAN. Sugars. A H 3LS Muscovado, and Coffee Sugars, from 5 to 7 /CU 1-2 cts., received on consignment t>v April 29. 46 J. T. GILMAN. Family Tea. 1 A CHESTS extra-fine Oolong Tea, very nice, received 1V t at the Auction Store, by J.‘t. OILMAN. April 29. 46 . Bargains! RECEIVED at the Auction Store of the luhscrih *r, large invoices of Dry Goods, at 20 per cent less than Cost, by April 29. 46 J. T. OILMAN. Ice ! Ice! Ice ! fPllE Nequasset Lake Ice Company, will commence deliv I ering Ice to subscribers this week, and all those Fami lies, or Individuals who like to be supplied, by the month or season and have not yet subscribed, will please hand in their names to 0. T. Greexleaf or the subscriber. The Company will run two waggons so that subscribers will always be supplied in the morning, cither in the lower or upper part of the city. II. \V. OWEN. Bath, May 1. tf46 For Sale, THE valuable house on High Street occupied by E S. J. Ngalley. Terms reasonable and a good title given. Apply to E. S. J. NEALLEY or D. Bronson, agent forthe Owners. May 10. 48lf Vinegar! PURE Clarified Cider Vinegar will be kept constantly on hand and for sale, wholesale and retail, by the subscri Iter, at the Ferry Landing. Dealers will do well to call and examine, as it will be sold below anything in the mar ket. May 16 52tf JOHN WOLSTON. Window Shades. WINDOW SHADES, Fixtures, Tassels and cord ; pic ture cord and tassels. For sale by May 8. SAWYER & MAOOFN. ^■ I Hill—WWPBBBB—— House for Sale. MT‘!!l!Ss:lrVwT7 ,li,uBe *nd! ...IP I.f the . ofrere(1 for solo. It is pleasantly situated houses inu* my‘k^g .'’^r-fa'iN ["« well of good water which Is drawn both outside ami in 1 the house, also a soft water cement cistern. The lot is one of the largest in the city, being l5o feet by 0Vcr feet < and has on it besides the dwelling house, wood house a 1 good barn, as good a garden us can be f„ull,j itl the J. , with plum cherry ami apple trees, all of which bear a large I quantity of fruit. Also a large number of currant bushes ! bearing from 4 to 8 bushels yearly. Also q„it,. a nuillbt.r ‘,f good bearing grape Vines. For the .Merchant or man of business no situation now offered for sale in the city can ex- I ce>sl it. The whole will be disposed of at a great bargain' I and an undoubted title given on application to A. C. RAYMOND, April AS. 46tf Raymond Court, Hat|,, j piPA MAC 11E CENTRE I’l KCKS—a large and Wcll I selected assort me at Please call and examioe. Until, June 4. s}. W. HEA I II At CO 51tf Watches, Jewelry, &c. ANEW and beautiful assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Ace., just received and will lie sold cheap. T. II. O. MARSTON. Hath, Nov. 17 _ Piano Fortes MAXfFACTl'RKU I!Y CIIICKERING & SONS, ) A. IV. LADD Ac CO., >Iloston. 11ALLETT, DAVIS Ac CO., ) EDWARDS Ac SON, Portland. 'For sale at manufactures’ prices, by Jan. 17. S ill 1 Kll Ac M.VGOL’N, II lokscll trs. 1 Sad Irons OF the very best quality and finish by H. L. Oil AMBERLAIX. Family Groceries. \ CHOICE and well selected stock of FAMILY fSROCER * * IES, fresli and nice, just received, opened, and now for sale cheap as can be found in this city, consisting iu part, as follows :— Coffees, Teas, Sugars of all grades, Candles—tallow and •pern, Sperm and Whale Oil, Nut Cocoa, Prepared do., Chocolate, Baker’s Broma,Tapioca, Sago, Corn Starch, Po tato do., Pickles, Ketchups of all kinds, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, and a large number of other things ton numerous to mention. A. T. ROBINSON Corner of Front St. A Ferry Wharf. Bath, Nov. IS. ’53. Powder. rpiIE subscriber has on hand, and will he constantly 1 supple d with Blakti.no Powder, which he oilers lor sale, wholesale and retail. Also, a large supply of FUSE. WILLARD WALKER. Bath,May 27, 1853. 50tf TjlURNACES, of the most approved patterns, stationary I and jmrtahle, for heating Churches, Dwelling Houses, Stores, Ac., put up, and warranted to give satisfaction, on the most reasonable terms, by II. L. CHAMBER LA IN. Bath, June 14,1853 52tf Clocks! flocks!! flocks!!! \ GREAT variety .for<ale chcnpby il Sept28. T. II. U.MAUSTON. Hardware, Cutlery, &,c. MITCHELL X LOW, XT' LLP constantly on hand and for sale, a large and supe IY rior assortment of Hardware, Edge Tools, Saws, Car penters’ Tools of every description, at the lowest prices for cash. Also, constantly on bawl, Tin and Copper Ware Ships’ Pumps, Ac., Ac. 32 Fresh Fruits mi<l nil kinds of Preserves. A PPLES, Pears Oranges, Lentous, Sweet Grapes, Ac., fl and Preserved Peaches, Raspberries, Strawberries, Cur rants, Plums, Pine Apple, Guava Jelly, Currant Jelly, Ac., at the new Store by 30 A. G. PAGE. New Goods. TT. GILMAN, lias opened the present week, one Case • Splendid new Ik-Lai m s, pieces Thibets, Cases new style Plaid Prints, Bales Brown Sheetings, at old prices, Cases White tine Linens, do tine Bleached Cottons, and a variety of articles too numerous to mention. For wholesale and retail trade. Feb. 15. 35 Coal. C ARGO Anthracite and Bituminous Coal, just received in yard. B. 0. WEEKS, Front Street. April 4. To the Dyspeptic ! ARE you afflicted with Dyspepsia ? Does your food dis rx tress you? Have you a diseased Liver—Pain about tlie shoulders, side, Ac. ? Are you troubled with Costive sens ? Are you subject to Dizziness and Headache ?— Have you a poor appetite ? Does your food become acid on the stomach and distress you ? Are your skill and eyes yellow ? Do you feel dull and languid ? If you have any of these complaints, the best remedy you can procure is Buzzell’s Vegetable Bilious Bitters! This meicine is of long standing. It is no new nostrum got up to deceive the public, as thousands of the citizens of this State have and will testify. The proprietor lias certifi cates from all parts of the .State, recommending them above all others for the various diseases for which they have been administered. For Humors, Dr. Rnzzell’s Bitters are an infallible reme dy. Their reputation is established. When the Humor appears r.rtrrnalhj, Buzzell’s Improved Humor Ointment should be applied, and relief will he immediate and a cure eventually become permanent. [Price 37 1-2 ets. per hot tie] Sold at Wholesale by NATHAN WOOD, No. 20 Market Square, Portland, and by bis Agents throughout the state. Agents—Bath, E. Lincoln, T. W. Lucas ; Brunswick, K. T. Gatchell A Co., \f. R. Hailey, A. L. Stanwood, .1. L. Stanwood, Stanwood A Dunning ; Harpswell, Clias. John son, T. S. Jack, J. F. Lamp- in ; Phipsburg, Tollman Low ell, Benj. Clifford, Geo. I*. Todd, II. J. Segeburg ; Edge c .mb, W. Clifford ; lloothbay, C. B. Fisher, J. M’Clintock, Win. Carlisle ; Damariscotta, E. Dana, Jr., Bristol,T. Ifer Sw45 Hardware, Carpenters’ Tools, Cutlery, &c. rpiIE subscriber continues to k rp mi hand at the store JL recently occupied by Kendall, Richardson A- Co., a good assortment of Hardware, House and Skip Carpenters' Tools, Glass, Cutlery, &c, &c. HENRY M. BOVEY. Front St. Bath. April 21, 1 -54. 45tf Boys Wanted, TO furnish with good stout Shoes, for the cash, hv April 20. J. W. ROBERTS. Only $1,25 I?OR Ladies’ nice Tip’d and Fox’d Boots,at the store of • April 20. J. W. ROBERTS. CLOTHING! A new and splendid lot mi T3 THE SEASON Jji*t [ti'ct’ivt'tl AT THE Sagadahock CLOTHING & OUTFITTING WABEHOUSE! Purchasers are respectfully invited to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. April 19. JOB5B1 BALLOU. Coal. 1 TONS White Ash Egg Coal, 100 tons Red Ash L t ) V / Range do, arrived this day per schooner Geo. Hoff man. May 8. IT It. 0. WEEKS. Harrisoiivs (olinnbinn Inks! •laa I)OZ. of Harrison’s relehratrd Inks, ill Black, •MMr Blue, Ited and (.'arilline, all si7.es, which will he sold hv the Dozen only, (-xcent the Carmine) at the very loirest fizure at which it call he obtained of the manu facturer ill Philadelphia J. T. OILMAN, May 10 -18 Wholesale Ag’t lor the manufacturer. Coats, Pants, and Vests ! -ALSO Fiirnisliititf <»oo«ls ! For sale by (Id) L. S. FTSIIKR. Tho Rroat Spring and Slimmer Medicine ! TAR. LANGLEY’S ROOT AND HERD JAUNDICE ItlT I / TEItS—composed of Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, Dande lion, Prickly Ash, Wild Cherry, Mandrake, Rhubarb, &e., so compounded as to act in concert with nature. The effect of j this medicine U)>on the system is most wonderful. They cure | and eradicate from the system Liver Complaint, that main wheel of 90 many diseases, Jaundice, llile. Dyspepsia, Cos tiveness, Humors of the blood and Skin, Indigestion, Ner vous Weakness and Headache, Piles, General Debility, and the host of kindred diseases arising from a disordered Stomach or bail and impure state of the Wood. Only 25 cents for a pi»\t, and 37 1-2 cents for a quart bot tle. Try it, and you will he satisfied. Wholesale Depot, 99 Union Street, Boston. Sold in Bath by A. G. Page, T. W. Lucas and all dealers in medicine. 3m47 NEW BOOTS AMI SHOES! e. p. mTi tt 1:1.i. HAS just received from Boston, a large assortment of the latest styles of Ladies,’ Gent’s, Boys’, Misses’ and Chil dren’s Roots and Shoes, which he will sell at the very lowest cash prices. By strict attention to business, he hopes to merit a contin uance of the public patronage he has hitherto received. E. P. MITCIIELI., Washington, near Centre st. Next door south of Messrs. Hyde k Bowman. Bath, May 10,1854. 4w47* | New Arrival. OF MENS’ FINE CALF BOOTS, at _?eb :M-_ L. S. FISHER'S. 8*far aai <oir<«. POUTO IUCO, Powdered and Crushed and Coffee Crushed Sugars; St Domingo, Central America and Java Coffees, lor saic by M. F. GANNETT. March lil. ^ SHIP CHANDLERY! ~ AGENEKAL assortment constantly on hand, anil tor aal« by Z. IIVDE A CO., corner of Frost and Kroixl Streets, Hath, Including Cordage, (Manilla and tarred) from tlio Manu factories of Boston aud Plymouth, br Gang or retail. Cot ton, Scotch and lluasia Duck, of all dessriptions. Cotton and Hemp Twines. Anchors all siies—best proved Chain Cables—Sheets and I tea—Bolt, Sheathing Copper anil Yellow Metal—Com JteL a"'1 °,lu'r Castings—Perley’s Ventilators— 'ami r V“n,M;‘ss‘>h fce-i Patetrt do Gear, M imlkiss Necks, ai.rr+lV'T H|>Indl s—1Cambocses—Iron Spikes—Naval inents li.'“i"4®;.V’U ai“l " bidow Glass—Nautical Ihstru V. ’ Chart., Ac. lirer(-<|Vfrm|l.ll,i a'")V,‘ “nicies, on suitable notice, can be U '“rfesr1’at th,ir 1 *”*.«** Wooden Ware. A M* kl11'*" nf Woollen Ware (or sale by IV Nov. Hi._ A. T. UOWNSOfi. Vincgnr. HALMKR’S Vinegar for sajc by M. F. GANNETT 1 March 21. ' 40' House mi Ship Paiitlag, <• anil PA PE it HANGING. "I1ENJ. OMEN offers his services to fill orders In tks 11 above business. Having hail many years experience he flatters himself that his work will prove satisfactory!® those who may favor him with tlieir patronage. Simp in Tucker’s building, third story—entrance next dour north of the Elliot House Block. Hath, March 17. tf41 Nutting's Patent Window Spring# Pat nit bearing <Iatc Jane 1C, 1852. THIS Spring, when fitted to the snsli, the snsli can lie ta l ken out "f the frame without removing the stop strip it is also made tight liy expansion, so as to dispense with the trouble anil expense of double windows. When raised it can lie retained in any position without weights or catches. Tilts Spring is so cheap and simple in its construction ami combines so many advantages that the importance of adop ting it will at once he seen, when examined. The subscriber having purchased the rights for the city of Bath, and the towns of West Bath, Brunswick and Tops ham, is prepared to furnish the springs and fit them to llie sash. All orders left at liis house on Green Street, will be promptly attended to and faithfully executed. DANIEL McALLASTEK. Bath, March 30,1851. tf41 Wanted. 1 f\GOOD (hi it makers, 5 do | ant do 5 do Vest do, 1’ " who will hegivengood prices ami constant emploj menthy W. HAWTHORNE, 30 63 Front St. Bath, Me. Ruckwlicnt Flour, WHEAT GROATS, llommony tuid Samp, for sale by »» March 21. 40 M. F. GANNETT. De Baze. TV GW opening at the Granite Store, a few pieces dark is mixed Be Razes, for Traveling Dresses. April I OWEN k CO. Plaid Prints. OPENING this morning one case of l’laid Prints, bcauti ful patterns—at the Granite Store by April 4. OWEN k CO. Cigars anil Tobacco. A FEW thousand CIGARS. Call in and trv some of them at the store of A.T. ROBINSON. Kennedy's itledieal Discovery, X\JEAVEIt’S Salt Rheum Syrup, Sarsaparilla and Tomato * i Bitters, Abbott's Bitters, Root and Herb Bitters, John sou’s Linament and all the valuable medicines for saie liy ' 30 A. G. PAGE, agent for Bath. Teas, Sugars, Coffee, Ac. \ LARGE assortment of choice Teas, Crashed, Powdered, Granulated, Havana, Mnscavuclo and Refined Sugars, ! Cld Java, Cabello, Cape, Pure Ground and paper Coffee, I for sale by 30 A. G. PAGE. 11 ore M (lcLninc >1 cm:iants, OPENING this morning, 2 Cases more of those beautiful Plaid M deLaine Remnants. March 1. OWEN A CO. Spring" Delaines. BEAl'TIFt'L styles may lie seen at the store of 41 OWEN k CO. Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam. Containing neither Prussic Acid nor Tartar Emetic TIIE GREAT STANDARD REMEDY for nil Pl'bMONARY DISEASES,— Extensively I'sed,Tested anti Approved in New England,Canada,and the Ilrit ish Provinces during a period of TWEN TY-SEVEN YEARS by Eminent Phy sicians, Clergy men, Professors of Col leges,Theological Seminaries,Scientific and Distinguished Public Men,—and in fact, by all classes in the community. See Certificates in Pamphlets and wrap per t<> bottles, amongjv, hirh are, Rev Dr Lyman lleevber, late 1’rerhlent of lame Theological ; Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio.—Rev Dr Bonnard Woods, Ab bot Prof of Theology in Andover Theological Seminary, Mass.—Hon Daniel P. Thompson, Secretary of State of Yei niont ; author of “Green Mountain Boys,” “Lock Amsden,” i Ac., .Montpelier. Yt —N !■' Williams, Esq., formerly Colke I tor of the Port of Baltimore, Mil.—Rev Josiah Bitch, l'liilu | delphia, Pa.—and many others. A physician writes : “I with confidence recommend it as superior to any other preparation for the above complaints.” fn connection with our old 50 cent article, we now put up a $1 size, in large square bottles with rich enameled blue wrappers, gilt directions, and fae simile of Win. Jon’n Cnt ler, containing nearly four times the quantity of the small size. TT Re ware o f Counterfeits and imitations / Enquire f..r the article hv ils wiiiu.k name, “VEGETABLE PILMONAUY BALSAM,” Prepared ■ nty hy REED, Cl'TLKK A CO., Druggists, Boston, and sold hy Apothecaries and Country Merchant* generally. Price large size, $1,00 ; small size, 50 cent*. H. II. IIA V, Portland, general agent for Maine. F ir sale in Bath, hy A. G. PAGE, and other*. 6m25 Important to Shipbuilders and Owners. IT lias been demonstrated hy many cnrefnl exiieritneuta made by the I'liiteil States Navy Department, and oili er* entirely disinterested, that I*nrc While Oxide of Zinc, as prepared hy the New Jersey Zinc Co., used as paint for the bottoms of vessels, is the most effectual protection against all coral deposits, such as barnacles, Ac., and against tiie ravages of the sea worm, that lias yet been dis covered. The company have many testimonials showing the results of their experiments, as compaied with other paint* usually employed such as verdigris, red lead, Ac., and iu all eases the superiority of Pure White Zinc is manifest, whether the vessel be sheathed or not. It fining abetter coating for sheathing metal, copper, or iron, than any other paint known. The exteut of surface covered by a given quantity of Zinc, will lie from 20 to 50 per cent greater than that of lead, tlius rendering the cost of application less than for lead. The paint is for sale by the subscribers, Agents lor the Company in New England, at No. 25 Broad street, corner of Central street, Boston. 6m41 CAURUTJ1 & SWKETSER. Sugar House Syrup, VNT> New Orleans Molasses, for sale by March 2i. 40 M.-I. 0 ANXKTT. Spring Style Hats For 18.1 .f C.tn be h id at a Bargain, at L. S. FISHER’S. Feb. 7. Compound Almond Lotion VS!T|»HRIDR article for removing Freckle* and pimples from l lie face, and for the curt- of chapped hands, pi epured and lor sale by J. M \TI!HWS. March 23.1833. Sagadalioek Building, WIAfES AiTO SPIRITS, For Dledieiunl Purposes. JA M K8 d I rUU I'.l.l. lias been lulyappniiitcd by thu Mayor and VHermen Agent for tile city to aell Wine*, Ate .for nodiciiiul mil meelianical purpose*on ly.agree:.bl\ toi lie “ Ad for i lie suppr rssiohof drink ing liuusesantl i ippling shops,’> and is now prepared to furnishiheiriiHefnr the above purpose*at hisstore on Cent re St reel Bath,Aug 10,1952. * 10lf J. M. WHITTIER, (Lute CAIUWTH, WHITTIEH & SWKCTSKK.) 3\'o.4 Long Wharf. Boston, Importer and Dealer in faints, Oils, Window Class, famish, If., Is now received from the last Manufactures in Frauce a large supply of superior FRENCH ZINC PAINT. German Window Glass, Of all sixes, from the best Manufactories of Europe constant ly on hand. Copal Varnish, Of all grades manufactured by S. MILLER, warranted supe rior to any in the market. Sole Agent for J. JEWETT & SONS’ PURE GUO LEAD. X. It.—Particular attention paid to Grinding SHIP PAINTS, of all descriptions. I have lately erected mills on an improved plan, and warrant all paints to be ground in a superior manner, and at the Kou est Market Price. • 3m44 Gas Bnrnrrs, Chandeliers, &e. JUST received, a large and extensive assortment of Gas Hunters, Chandeliers, Ac, which we offer at the lowest manufactory prices. These fixtures me from the best manufactory, mid are all warranted. Please call and examine. S W. 1IEATH A CO Bath, June 4. _ Garden Seeds. A LARGE variety—Early Peas, Marowfat and Imperial A Blue do, Garden Beans of various kinds for sale by May 8. *1 M.k.UANNET.