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Tuesday, July 25. Senate.—The consideration ot the Civil and Diplomatic bill was resumed. Mr. Hamlin moved an amendment appro priating $10,000 for life boats and for render ing assistance to shipwrecked persons on the coast of the United States, to be expended by the Mass. Humane Society, under the direc tion ot the Secretary ot the Treasury. Mr. Hamlin offered an amendment making the following, amongst other appropriations. For Custom House and Tost Office at Ells worth, Me., $10,000; do. at Gloucester, Mass, $40,000; do. at Burlington, Vt., $40, 000 ; for a Custom House, Court House and Tost Office at New Haven, $88,000. After some debate the bill was postponed. House.—A message was received from the Senate announcing the passage of the Home stead bill. The House went into Committee on the Navy Appropriation bill. Gerrit Smith moved an amendment that no intoxicating liquors shall be provided as a bev erage, and urged the great benefits that would result from such a course. Mr. Stanton of Tenn., moved to amend by adding ‘and no officer shall be allowed to use intoxicating liquor, except as a medicine.’ He thought that officers and men should be placed on the same footing in that respect. Mr. Smith’s amendment, thus modified, was adopted—71 against 52. Wednesday, July 2G, 1854. Senate.—The civil and diplomatic bill was taken up, Mr. Hamlin’s Custom House and Marine Hospital amendments pending. Mr. Adams moved the proviso that no tnoney appropriated by the act shall be ex pended at any place where the customs do not exceed the expense of collection.' Other Senators proposed various other plans. After a long debate, the amendment was re jected, 19 to 24. Mr. Hamlin's amendment, offered yester day, for Custom House, Marine Hospital, Ac., was adopted, yeas 31, nays 16. $50, 000 were added for completing the Marine Hospital at Portland, Me. House.—The Senate bill regulating the pay and increasing Uie efficiency of the Army was taken up. Mr. Faulkner explained the provisions of Uie bill. Mr. Grew opposed increasing the pay of the higher grades of service. W ithout concluding the subject, the House adjourned. Friday, July 28. Striate.—Mr. Tearcc offered a resolution calling for information respecting the burning of San Juan by ('apt. Hollins. Agreed to. The Tost Office bill was then received from the House. It contained over 1000 manu script pages of the size of the Daily Globe. Every post office route was contained in it which has been asked for. It was necessary to pass it now, as it would require several days to hare it enrolled. The bill was read .by its title three times and passed. The River and Harbor bill being up, all the amendments of the Committee were adopted but one. Those adopted are unimportant, and do not increase the appropriations. House.—The House passed, without read ing, the General Tost Route Bill. Mr. Faulkner introduced a bill increasing the pay of the rank and file of the Army to eleven dollars per month for Infantry, and twelve dollars for Dragoons, and to encourage enlistment. Passed. The House in Committee considered 51 private bills and passed them. Later from Europe. New \ork, July 27. The royal mail steamship Africa, Capt. llarrisou, from Liver pool I5ili inst., arrived a; this port this morn ing, at 9 1-2 o’clock. There is little change in tire political news from previous advices. It is now confirmed that the Russians have received counter orders, and will not quit Wallachia, and the ' Austrians have for the present entirely relinquished their intentions to peaceably occupy the principalities. There lias been considerable severe fighting on the Danube. The Turks under the command of Outer Pacha personally, after severe fighting have captured the Dauuhian Islands and the city of Giurgevo, which they now occupy. Details not at hand. The Paris Presse states that on the 7th of July the Turks took Muken and Olncika Islands, and on the 8th Omer Pacha, with -10. 000 men, surrounded the Russians and took Giurgevo. The Russians cut their way through with a loss of ‘.K)0. General Shulliil lost an arm. Prince Gortschakofl' was advancing at last accounts, with 30,000 men, by forced marches, . towards Giurgevo. 15,000 Anglo-French troops being at Rutschnk, it is thought the Turks will risk a pitched battle. On evacuating Giurgevo, the Russians burned some of their ships. The cholera, or dtarrhsea of a very bad kind, appears to have broken out in the Baltic fleet; 30 men have died in the Auslerlitz, 7 in the Duke, and a few in other ships. Cholera still prevail? at St. Petersburg and Cronstadt. At St. Petersburg, June 28, the police report stated the number of cases at 405 ; on the first of July there were 580. FOUR DAYS LATER. The British steamship Alps, from Liver pool July 19, arrived at Boston Monday. PTom VVhidden, July 11, we learn that the Turkish troops had crossed the Danube at several points. Bucharest, July 11.—In consequence of a dispute between the Czar and his heir, the latter will not join the army. The difference is said to be owing to the opposite way in which each proposes to carry on the war on the Danube. Omer Pacha is said by the Presse to state his loss at GuirlFovo on the 7th and 9th at 1700. The Russians at Fraterchti are 70,000 with artillery, and continually being rein forced. A Vienna date of July 17. gives a rumor of the death ol Prince Paskiewisch. Three hundred persons had been arrested at St. PetJrsburg, in apprehension of an outbreak. The police told them that no positive accu sation could b3 made against them, but that political opinions had rendered their imprison ment a matter of necessity. The whole garrison ol' Braila is marching to Bucharest. The Russian steamer Pruth has been injured by Turkish artillery while passing Rassovia. The allies were in full march for the Dan ube, on the 8th ; only P’rench troops had reached Itustehuck. The English were at Plmbeler, a little place mid Way between Schumla and Rustehuck. It is said that while 6000 Russians were marching from Bucharest, one-half were struck down by sun-strokes or inflamation of the brain. Spain. San Sabastian, July 7.—Two bat talions of the Bourbon regiment quartered here, have pronounced in the sense of <) Donnell’s proclamation. The cemmander-general, the colonel, ajid principal officers of the place, have been ar rested. The artillery joined the movement. Popu lation quiet. Kennebec and Wiscasset Railroad_\ gentleman from Wiscasset informs us that the citizens of that place are subscribing liberally to the slock of the Kenebec and Wiscasset Railroad and that there is every prospect that work will be commenced on the road during the present season.—Lincoln Democrat, We are informed that a valuable horse be longing to Mr. William Litchfield of this town, was killed by lightning during the shower of Monday afternoon last, while gracing in Mr. L.’s field on the Portland road, about four miles from this village. So instantaneously was life extinguished, that the grass which the an K imal was mouthing at the moment remained be tween |)(s teeth.—Brunswick Telegraph. BROWN & ALLEN’S PIANOS. To whom it may concern: I have had occasion to use, and to select fur many of iny friends, Piano Fortes made by Messrs Brown 4 Allen, and 1 do not hesitate to say that their instruments are not second to th‘>se made by any other person or persons in the city, and in many important points, sucli as purity of tone, neatness of touch, durability 4c, I cannot but give than the preference. I would therefore recommend to those who may wish, to call at 354 Washington street, and examine for themselves. B. F. BAKER. Boston, June 20,1854. For further particulars and an examination of the instru ments, call on A. IV. BECKWITH at his Piano Rooms ou Broad St, who has them for sale. 3W7 Holloway's Ointment and Pills have Cured a Diseased Foot, and Prevented it being Ampu tated.—Mr. James Palmer, No. P, Masoncourt, Blake street, Liverpool, suffered dreadfully from a diseased foot; the most eminent medi cal men attended him, and they deemed it nec essary to remove one of his toes ; before this healed, however, the disease broke out higher up, and then they wished to amputate the whole foot to prevent fearful consequences. This he objected to, and resolved to try Hol loway’s Ointment and Pills, which effected a perfect cure, and he can now walk and work as well as ever. This case can be vertified by Mr. Martin, chemist, 20, Copperas-hill, Liverpool. They arc sure to do you good ! For they are composed of Vegetables. GATCHELI/S VEGETABLE CATHARTIC BTTTEItS are a sure remedy for all diseases arising from a disor dered state of the Stomach, such as Dyspepsia, Heart Barn, Is«ss of Appetite, Sleepiness, Jaundice, Headache, Cos tiveness, Female Diseases, &c. As a spring and summer medicine it has no equal, sold at 25ots per Bottle. Agents wanted. Sold in Bath, by Dr. J. MATHEWS and N. K. ELS WORTII. 49tf REMOVAL. A. G. Page, HAS removed to the LARGE AND SPLENDID NEW STORE, directly opposite the old Stand, in Moses new Block, with a very large assortment of choice Family Gro ceries, Ship Stores, Fruits, Vegetables and GENUINE PA TENT MEDICIN ES,for sale at the lowest market rates. Iy29 Hiiirringra. In Hallowell, John Barlierto Mias Mary Busha of Augusta. In Turner, Lewis B. Staples to Miss Julia Ann French. In Lewiston,Henry II. Peters of Boston, to Miss Kmily C., daughter of Charles Bradley, Esq.; Janies Rice of Water villeto Miss Kmily Wheeler of Winthrop; Kzekiel Wake field of Lewiston to Miss Louisa Gridin of Green. In Danville, Granville L. Cobb, of Lewiston, to Miss Mary M. Woodard of Greene. In Augusta, William C. Young to Mrs. Elizabeth Wedge; Dunbar Young of Palermo, to Hannah Bolton. In Bristol, Peter Carlton to Miss Susan U pliant. In Bremen, Montgomery Richards to Miss Cyutha Webber. HratJiB. In this city, 31st ult., Mr. Daniel L. Carter, aged 44. In this city, 20th ult., Mrs. Eliza, wife of Capt. John Wal lace, aged 26 years 6 mos. In this city, 29th ult., Mrs. Rachel T Sisson, aged 61. In this city, 29th ult., Mr, George Carpenter, aged 6(5. In this city, 30th ult., Mrs. Ann K. Harvey, aged 21. In this city, 27th ult., Elizabeth It. Wildes, aged 3 inns. In Portland, Enoch Stoddard, formerly of this city, aged 36 years. In Chelsea, Mr. Thomas Davis, aged about 45; Daniel E. Evans of Hallowell, aged 21 years and 3 months. In W iscasset, Mrs. Mary Allen, aged 80 years. In Brunswick, Emily Jane, daughter of Javan Hall, aged 7 years and 9 mouths; Mrs. Radial Snow, willow of the late Stephen Snow, aged 80 years and 3 mouths. In Richmond, Harriet 1)., daughter of C. B. Foster, aged 3 1-2 years. In Gardiner, Joshua L. Deane, son of the late E. F. Deane, aged 2-5 .years. In Lewiston, Flora A. Turner, aged 10 mos. In Danville. Mrs, Abigail Woodbury, aged 43; William Royal, aged 66. In Auburn, Mrs. Syrcna Ripley, aged 24. In Rockland, Alonzo, son of Charles and Clarissa Itah bi'lge, aged 3 months 6 days; Eliphaiet Conner, formerly of Newburyport, aged 84. EASTERN TIMES Stinson A Co., No. 5 Long Wharf, Boston, are Agents for the Union Line 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 lie attended to with promptness ami despatch. I ARTHUR DONNELL, Agent for Bath. POUT OF BATH. tjvuhsday,July 27 ARRIVED. Brig Nebraska, I'liiU.Isli.liia Kit I DAY, July 28 ARRIVED. Bark Ionic. M'Cullock, Gardiner Brig Atneshurv, Gould, Choptank, Va Brig Montieello. Lloyd, Wilmington, NC Brig A’io Grande, McCobb, Wilmington, NC Sell Abcona, Wyman, Wilmington, N C, (yellow pine to J 1> Robinson i CLEARED. Sell Vulcan, (new) Ram-dell, Boston SATURDAY,July 29 CLEARED. Bark Ionic, M'Cullock, //avana; Brigs George Stock liam, (new. 2*2 tons' Oliver, Wilmington. NO; Eunice, Co dy. Minudic.NS; Catherine Nickels, Nickels, Bangor; Schs ! Mary L'lizaboth, Barber. Windsor, N S; Sophia Elizabeth, I Kirlv, Halifax via Cortland SUNDAY, Julv 30 SAILED—Sch Vulcan, Boston, and others MONDAY, July 31 ARRIVED. Bark Comet, Crowell. Boston Brig Rolling Wave, Rogers, Georgetown, S C,—Has been ashore on the Upper Sugar Loaf Brig Aineslmry, Gould. Choptank Sell Anita Damon, Fuller, Norfolk Sch Coquette, Brewer, Jacksonville Sell St*'. Brookings, New Fork Sch Peru, Snow. Boston Sch Odd Fellow, Beals, Boston _l NOTICE TO MARINERS. Fixed Light at Plumb Point, Port Royal, Jamaica. ' The following notice has been received at this office, and | is published for the information of Mariners: “A Light-house has been erected 66 yards north of the I south extreme of IMunili Pumt,on the Palisadnes,immediate j ly opposite the town of Kingston, Jamaica,(West Indies,) in latitude 17 deg. 55 min. 45 sec. north, and longitude 76 (leg. ' 47 min. 00 sec. west of Greenwich. It is 68 feet above the level of the sea, painted white, and will exhibit, on and af ter the 20th July, 1854, a Fixed Light, Red from 8. K. by E. j 3-4 E. to 8. 1-2 IV., ami White, from S. 1-2 IV. to N. W. It j may be seen, in clear weather, 12 miles distant. ! “DIRECTIONS.—The Red light brought anything to the northward of N. W. by W. 3-4 W. will clear, to the south ward, the low shelving ground of Cow Bay Point, and La i inotte’s Bank; and the same light, brought to the westward of N. 1-2 E., will clear, to the eastward, all the shoal ground lying Pi the eastward of Maiden and South East Cays “Vessels working up from the southward for the anchorage off Plumb Point, or Intending to proceed into harbor, must 1 tack immediately on losing the Red Light until within half a mile 8. 1-2 IV. of the Point, when the White Light will ojien, bearing N. 1-2 E. ; then steer IV. by N. 1-2 N., until | it bears E. 3-4 S., passing close to the northward of the • White Beacon Buoy off the North Spit of Gun Cay; then alter course to S. IV. by IV. and as soon as the light opens i of the south extreme of Gun Cay, E. 1-2 S., steet IV. by N. j which will lead in between the Beacon and West Middle Shoals, (or take the Channel to the northward of the New Shoal, passing close round Port Royal Point,) and as soon as the Bright Light on Fort Augusta bears N. by E., haul up for it, which will lead clear to the westward of the harbor knowle, and the South and North Pelican Spits, and as soon as Plumb Point Light bears S. E. by E, southerly, haul up E. 3-4 8. for the anchorage Kingston, when a Red Light will lie seen on Fort Augusta astern, bearing IV. 1-2 N.froin the anchorage off Kingston. “The White Light will show the vicinage of all the Cat s anti Shoals laying Pi the southward and westward of Plumb Point, as well as the northeastern limits of the Shoal ex tending to the eastward of the North Pelican Spit westward of Kingston Harbor. “Ships coming from the westward, and having brought Portland Potog Pi bear about north, should steer E. N. E., so as Pi make the White Light upon N. K. by N. bearing, continue the same course until the Red Light opens, bearing N. 1-2 E., then haul up for it and proceed as before directed. “The Bright Light will lie exhibited from a single Lamp, suspended Pi the Beacon on Fort Augusta, 40 feet high, anil will only be seen when Pi the southward and westward of it. It may tie used as a guide through the South Channel, by keeping it upon a N. by E. bearing, which will lead clear to the westward of the Portuguese Buoy and P> the eastward of the Three Fathom Bank; hut the use of this Channel is not advisable at night except by “Drogers” and other small vessels. “The following are the Bearings and Distances from Plumb Point Light-House : Cow Bay Point—E. S. E., 8 miles; Lamotte’s Bank—E. S. K., 13 1-3 miles; Morant Cay —S. E. by E. 56 miles; East Middle Buoy—S. S. IV. 1-4 W., 11-3 mile; South East Cay—S. IV. 1-2 S. 21-2 miles; Por- ! tuguese Buoy—W. S. W. 5 1-2miles; Portland Rock—S. W. | 61 miles. “N R.—The whole of the bearings are magnetic, and it is recommended that they be strictlv attended to. “THOMAS HENDERSON, Commodore, “GEORGE J. GIBBON, Ma.itrr H. M. S. 1Imaum “By order ofthe Commissioners: DONALD CAMPBELL, Clerk." By order of the Light-House Board, THORNTON A. JENKINS, Secretary Light-House Board. Tbeasvbt Dkpaiitmkxt. i Office Light-House Board, July 14, 1854. > DOMESTIC PORTS. Boston— Ar 26th, bark Chas Brewer. Ellems, Mobile 8th Inst Cld ship I.alia Itookh, JW Richardson, Matanc, River St Lawrence, to load tor London Holmes* Hole—Ar-25th, sch Clcona, Bath for Philadel phia New Orleans—Ar 17th, ship Horatio, Hall, Philadelphia Lid lsth, bark Undine, Merryman, Boston him* intVA' Crt'Piun, for Genoa, wtg 300 bales cotton or 100 ' Wa"> for Philadelphia with despatch I -i.'^Ah, sch Central America, Chase, Boston Bath ” ’ NC~CK’“Ul’ Julia Payson, Giles, ort^*r ^«l>b\‘ps ^rfca'^’rvk^lVeppoSl Je Richmond—Ar22d, sch John Cell Ti»m 2S‘h’ *Ch AlT,€r‘Cln Cb>^ Howten? Oatpar Ar 28th, sch Mariel, Wade, Waldoboro Cld schs Odd Fellow, Beals. Augusta; Peru Snow Rath Ar 80th. sch Concerp, Dunton, Bath ’ ' Bath Mew Orleans-rtd 20th, ship Germanlcus, Fales Liver pool; bark Jane Doten, Grows, A>w York i ■ Ui er Towed to sea Wit, ship /as TJctomb; 13th, ship J p Rar ^^anttah-CM Nth. bark Mary Chlpman, Hill. Bath W liming ton, NC—Went to sea Mth, brig Metallack, for Richmond; sch Vermont, BaUi JJ'tet to sea 27th, brig .lull a Pay son, Bath Philadelphia—Cld 27th, brig Win Crawford, Terry, Ware ham New York—Ar 27th, sell Clilcftaln, Brewster, Rockland Cld ship Rhine, Doane, London; bark John Bird, Ulmer, St Thomas. Sid ship Rhine Ar 28th, brig Joseph, Burton, Cadiz Cld Mth, ship Woodcock, Zambert, London j Bark Iddo Kimball, Ingraham, St Stephen FOREIGN PORTS. CPer steamship Africa,at New York] Sid fm Liverpool 12th, K K Page, Hathom, Boston Ent inward at London llth, Victoria Reed, Tarbox, fin St John. NB Arat Deal 12th, John //enry, Oxnard, Clenfnegoes for London: Col Cutts, Snow, iVcw Orleans for Hamburg; and ail proceeded Ar at Hamburg 10th, Tarquin, Doughty, Zaza Ar at Havre llth, Kate Swautou, Morse, New Orleans At Havana 16th inst, ship Grotto, Stuart, wtg; bark Odd Fellow, Elliott, dlsg Sid l6th,skfp ftio Grande,Percy,Liverpool: brig P R Cur tis, Stover, Montreal Cld 15th, bark Greenland, Snow, New Orleans. In ballast Sbl fin Havana abt 15th, ship Rio Grande, Percy, Liver pool ', brig P R Curtis, Stover, Montreal Ent for idg at Quebec, ship Thalatta, for London t Id at do 24th inst, ship Samaritan, Kelley, London Cld ut l'ictou 13th, brig Cuba, Sawvcr, /miladelphla Ar at St Joint, NB, 21st inst, ship Geo Washington, Com ings.Hoston : brig Kalafat, Morse,Savannah; 22d,sch Avon, Pendleton. Bath Cld at St Stephen, NB, 22d, ship Jane D Cooper, Flitner, Queenstown; Sea Eagle, Williams, London [Per steamship Africa, at New York] Sid 14th, Lucinda, Smith, New Orleans, (She cld for Bath Ent for Idg 13th, Tramiuebar, ilarward, Boston Adv, Henry Reed, for New York 21st; Harvest Queen,for Philadelphia 15th : Sea Queen, do 21st: A B Thompson,for Baltimore 20th ; Delia M aria, for Charleston 20th Sid from Jfamburg 10th, Lenox, Dillingham, repotted for Quebec Adv Mulhouse, for New Orleans Sid fm Palermo Istjnot previously),bark Angela Brewer, Ulmer, New York Sid fin Gibraitcr 22d ult, bark A H Kimball, porter, New York Ar at St Jago about llth Inst, bark Wm Henry, Watts, for New York 6 ds Sid 12th, ship Moro Castle,Bishop, Cowes Ar at Havana 14th Inst,bark Odd Fellow, Elliot, Portland Sid 16th a 17th,bark Gieenland, Snow, .Vew Orleans; 19th ship William, Doane, Cork Arat Sagna 20th inst, brig Castilian, Pinkham,Matanza spoken! June 26. lat 47 57, Ion 17 50, was signalized ship Bernard, of Bath, fm Mutanzas May 29 for Hamburg June 29, lat 43 04, Ion 23 25, ship Old Dominion, frin Liver pool for Boston July 3, lat 47 49, Ion 20 47, ship Robt Kcllev, Barstow, fm Liverpool for New York Clinton Hotel, New York. PRICE REDUCED! rPIIE undersigned, Proprietor of the above named, well 1 known, and long established Hotel, takes this method of informing the patrons of the house, as well as the public generally, that he will on the first of August reduce the price of board from Two Dollars per day to ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS. The attention of strangers, and others visiting the city, either for business or pleasure, is particularly directed to tJie eligibility of the location, being situate in "the heart of the business part of the City, directly opposite the City Hall, and Public Offices, and within a short distance of the most prominent places of amusement. A. B. MILLER. 3 4 5 Beckman Street, New York, July, 1854. 4w7. Notice to the Druggists of Maine. The great sale and wonderful popularity of my Medical Discovert had entirely exhausted my stock of Pasture W ked, before this year’s crop matured, by which I was compelled to stop operation for several weeks. From the first of April to the 18th of May, I sold over thirty-six thousand bottles. This lot alone consumed a large quantity of herbs. I am happy to inform you, that for the future I shall be able to supply you with any amount you may require, by applying to my General Agent, II. H. Hay, Druggist, Portland. DONALD KENNEDY. 3tv7 Roxbury, Mast. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscribers have l>cen appointed by the Hon. Judge of Probate, for the County of Lincoln, Commissioners to receive and examine all the claims against the Estate of Benjamin II. Allen, late of Bath, deceased, and we will attend to that duty on the first .Saturday of August, September and October next, at the Counting Room of B. C. Bailey, at two o’clock in the after noon of said days. B. C. BAILEY, > „ J ERE. ELLSWORTH, j Bath, May 25, 1854. 3w7 Unrivalled Musical Entertainment! At Columbian Hall, THURSDAY EVE., AUG. 3, By the celebrated SINGING SISTERS, THE MISSES HALLS. i A Quartette of Female Voices, unequalled for purity of tone and rich harmony. Assisted also by MISS CLARA MACOMBER, VIOLINIST, and MR. B. COVERT, The Popular Composer and Buffo Vocalist. Admission—Single Tickets, 25 cts. To accommodate Familes, a package of six Tickets, $1,00. To be had at the Music and Book Stores. Doors open at 7J o’clock; Concert to commence at 8 1-4. LIST OF LETTERS | Remaining in the Post OJJicc uncalled f.r, Bath, Aue. Q. 1B54. Grnllmiru’a List. [ Austin Jesse Look Charles C | Adams John Libby Samuel i Alley Wm II Lovey John ! Arey Richard R Mann Jesse Bishop James L McAvoy James | Barker B !•' Mclnnis Charles I Brisbin Dennis Munroy James j Bridgman S E McLcilan A W i Babb Clinton D McLean Erven j Burrill John McNeal Kelep i Urenan John Moody Warren i llisbee Rufus Morse Wm T | Brooks 8 S McPhee John ! Beaton John Minot Lorenzo i Brenen William Mahoney Michael l Benjamin A Miles Kendall j Barrett Artemas Maxin Marcus ! Bray John L Molan Wm C | liragden Samuel McLiune James i Brannon H Miller Edward | Cummings Lawrence McLelan E Cooper Henry McKenzie Wm Chase James—2 Merry man James J Consadine James Murphy John- -2 Carter Chames NayJF Cain Michael Norris Daniel Carter HP Pollock Mr Callinan Edward Purington Levi—2 • 'base Emery B Prescott George Clark George Plnmer Jeremiah Church George Parker G W Cotton John S—2 Pepjier Augustus Crosby John H Parsons Samuel Cosman James Potter Wm S ; Carling Charles P Power Richard Curtis Mr Palmer Clarence Donald Thomas Prentiss Morris Peering Charles Preston Robert Douglass Joseph Plummer Wm Donnell John E Kemick Samuel P Dunlary Franklin Roberts John E Donnell James O Rude Amos Donegan Patrick Rankin Andrew Day Joseph A Rollins Wm H Eaton E M 8ti nson David Kdger Mr Stevan D 4 Son Kmbree David Sterling James Emery L I* Segars Benj B Eagle Thomas Snow Daniel Eagan John Smith 4 Alley Furgoson Hugh Segeburg II T Frazer Daniel Stimpson Benj Fitzburg Robert T Southwick George Felch 9 B Stanley Joseph Foye David 0 Smith Jefferson Greenleaf Samuel A—2 Stewart Hiram T Gould Melvin A Smith Daniel E Grant David II Smith Charles Geer Charles L Stevens James Hubbard Benjamin—2 Southard Thomas E Hall Benjamin Stewart Isaac Huston George Trafton A C—2 Hall C C Tripp Abijah Hanson John II Talbnt Jerome II Head James Tnbbatts Jerome Haynes Warren P Thurston Daniel Howard Sherbrook J Tibhets George Hinkley Daniel B Taylor Wm Higgins Solomon Thomson David Hill Samuel Tilden J M llodgdon Dexter Webber Richard—2 Horn Augustus Westwood Wm Hart Francis Waterhouse Albert S Hoyt Wm Willey Junius M Hersey Geo L White Wm Hunt Wm Winslow Mr (boatman) Ingraham 4 Fuller Wilkins Samuel J Jackson Hartley Webster John Jackson Geo W Withington A Kendall Franklin Wellington John Knapp Geo II Weeks Albert Kendall Luther Warren Henry John Kimberly J M Welch John C Lynch W Vanhorn Wm II Lombard Charles W Upham Wm E Lowell Wm 2d f*ii<lie»’ List. Byrne Alioe Jones Isabella Blasdell Mary Jano Jones Eunice Biethen J alia A Lovejoy Lois A Brown Margaret Laphain Elisa Bailey Mary Landers Mary Bowker Almira Leo Mrs Jesscy M S Brown Anstress Merrill Mercey II Chambers Thankful Moggy Caroline M Chase Louisa 1* Moulton Joanna Cook Mrs II McVienney Noami Cockburn Miss J Macdonald Flora Curtis Jane McLcilan Sarah F Coffin Mary Ann Morrison Lucy C Case Ellen Mott Louisa II Connell Mary McDonald Ann Crooker Mrs John W Nutting Harriett N Dilano Frances C Pettengill Mrs Sumners Durgin Lydia A M Parker Mrs K S Dillane Sally Preble Frances Edgecomb Miss L Potter Mrs Elisha Fowl Susan P Potter Margaret Gould Amenta Robinson Martha Grows Acenethe Ray Cordelia Harker Ellen S Rollins Augusta Holman Dorn Bolins Gusta Holt Ann M Hines Frances 4 Haynes Susnn M Rogers Mary J 0 Hatch Mary Sylvester Catharine Hodgkins Nary H Stinson Mrs Charles Hodgdon Margaret Sweat Mrs J W llarriiuan IJuio M Snow Alinira Huskjn$ Ann M Smith Catharine Hodgdon Rebecca H Smiley Mrs Edwin Haley Nancy A Turner Annabelhv Heald Esther Timmins M 11 H unt Margaret A W®'1® Maria M * Hutchinson Elisa B Wright Mary Hysom Susan B G Winslow Mrs Mary Hunt Harriet J Vining Ellen A O' Persons calling for letters, will please mention they are advertised. To the postage of each advertised Let ter, one cent will he added. JOSEPH C. SNOW, P. M JOB PRINTING. The proprietor of the Eastern Times has the pleasure of informing bis friends and the public, that he is pre pared to execute all kinds of Job Printing on III All BEAUTIFUL TYPE, as fas &S3T SfY5.S. 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. tCp Orders promptly attended to. Office—Corner of Front and Broad Streets. FIFTY THOUSAND SLAIN IN ONE NIGHT! DUTCHEn’H DEAD SHOT FOR BED BUGS. < sleep is peace. A LL good house-keepers will be glad to hear an article for the DESTRUCTION OF BED BUGS, That is at once reliable and sure—needing no second ap plication. This preparation is a combination of Corrosive Sublimate with a Poisonous Gum Resin, which gives it the cosistency nfa paiut or varnish, which dries on wherever It is ap plied and remains for a long time. >1 perfect train of death to the whole Bed Bug tribe. Instances are known where Bugs in large numbers have been kdled by it where none had been used later than the previous year. Hotel Keepers, Ship Masters, Hoarding House Keepers, and all others who have Bed Bugs to destroy will find this an invaluable article, as a single thorough application, will insure perfect security for the Noctious Vermin for a long time. One Apjilication is enough for the Season. Apply it not only to the Beil steads, but to the cracks and crevices about the ceiling (if the house is old.)—And roc SHALL Sl.EKP IS PEACH. IT/- Inthc use of the Dead Shot, there is no poisonous dust rising whenever you make the bed or sweep the room, —as is always the case alter having used Corrosive Subli mate dissolved in Alcohol. U* Every bottie of the GENUINE DEAD SHOT has on the label the name of L. L. DUTCHER, which is the only test of genuineness. PRICE 25 CENTS. Sold by C. W. AT'VRLL, under II. 8. Hotel, General Agent f r Maine. Also sold by A. G PAGE and J. MATHEWS,and by druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere. NEW GOODS. JUST received from New York a splendid assortment of rich EMBROIDERIES; also ficuss cloth Pocket hilkfs; Collars, wrought on grass cloth. Bonnets and Ribbons CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.' at Mrs. J. ROUSE’S, Center Street. Low priced Collars, from 10 to 75 cents—for sale as above. June 26, 1854. 3W2 I I New Seasonable Goods, HECEIVED this day, cheaper than ever, among which may be found some very rich Borages, at the store of July 15. J. T. GILMAN. AATIIOAY V. nOllss, Importer add dealer, wholesale and retail, in Hardware, Cutlery, MECHANICS’ TOOLS, Ship and House Trimmings—Ship Spikes—Kudder Pintals —M ood End Holts—Composition and Copper Nails—Pa tent Water Closets—Ventilators—Forelocks, raised and Hat —Concave and graduated Twist Ship Augers—Brass Locks and Butts, the largest stock and variety in the city. Also, Agent for Boston Papier Maclie (Jo,’s superb Cabin Finish, and Tolman’s Ship Planes; Co|>eland’s House Joiners’ Tools. Also, House Building Materials and Trimmings, in great variety. All of which are oHered on best possible terms, at 210 Commercial Street, Opposite Lewis Wharf,..BOSTON. N. B.—Orders by Express have our most careful und prompt attention. June 21st 1854. 4in2 To the Public. Elastic IIoi^ ** . . ^ PH E subscribers having purchased the right to manufac *■ ture and apply the above named shoe, for the city of Bath, are now prepared to accommodate such as wish to profit by the best improvement ever made for the benefit of that noble and useful animal, the horse. No pains should be spared to make the labor of that valuable animal as easy as possible, and also to guard against lameness, tenderness, Ac., with which horses have always beun more or less troubled. To this end horse-shoers have been experimen ting for the last 50 years, and until recently with but little success. With this improvement,however, all seems to be realized that is necessary. The shoe will prevent lameness, cure tenderness, make a horse travel a greater distance with less fatigue, and being made of steel will wear very much longer than the common iron shoe. Some of our bestcitizcus have already proved it to be all that is claimed for it. J. RI.AISDKLL A CO., 2tf Centre St., near the Hay Scale. SALT. LI V ERPOOL Salt afloat, for sale by July 11 4 D. A L. PATTEN. Commercial Street IKON WORKS, ELMES Si TIBBETTS, Proprietors. [SUCCESSORS TO GEORGE MOULTON A CO.] THE above establishment is in full operatiou and prepared ■ to execute orders for all kinds of machinery, steam en gines, boilers, ships’ water tanks, and the various arti cles of ship work, such as wooden and iron capstans—said to be the best in the United States,—ships’ steering wheels, of wood or iron—second to none made. Planking and jack-screws,—all the different kinds of ships’ pumping apparatus in use. Also—iron PENCKS ofheautiful patterns, and ALL KINDS of IRON WORK in endless variety, to gether with WOOD and IRON TURNING at short notice. Tliis work is all warranted in material and fiuisl; to be equal to any to be found. Orders by mail promply attended to. Engines and Machinery of all kinds faithfully repaired at short notice. CARLTON D. ELMES. July 11,1854. 6m4 ISAAC P. TEUBKTTS. u IVow-a-Days,” A GOOD assortment of Gent’s Congress Hoots may be found, at reduced prices, at the store of July 25- ' J. W. ROBEUTS. Boys’ Boots. \ GOOD assortment of Boys’ and Youth’s Calf Boots just received by J, \\\ ROBERTS. July 25. •fust Rec’d, A NOTH ER lot of those Misses’ Goat Anole Ties, by n July 25 J. W. ROBERTS. Selling Off'. A LARGE asssrtment of Men’s Thin Boots, that will be '*■ sold at a discount from former prices, by July 25. J. W. ROBERTS. Teacher Wanted. A TEACHER is wanted to take oharge of the Interme diate school in this city for two terras of thirteen weeks each. The first term will oommenoe on the last Monday in August. The compensation will be forty dollars per month. The school will consist of boys only, and the branches of study pursued in it, are the same as those pursued in the Orammer schools. Application may be made to either of the school commit tee, or to the subscriber. Per Order Bath, July 19,1854. tf5 J. T. HUSTON. Campaign for Dog-Days! THE subscriber has just received several invoices of Staple Dry Goods, —With orders to— “PUT THEM THROUGH” with the least possible delay, and to carry out orders, aqi] to make room for Fall stock, be if j]], UlJfTIL AUG 20TH, offer his (loot]*, consisting of (he usual variety of Fancy Merchandize, At 20 Per Cent. Discount from former rates. His stock has been RECENTLY RE PLENISHED. and OFFERS BARGAINS notuiua/for (he setupn of the year. CALL AMD SEE Under the Columbian Bouse.' J. T. GILMAN. July 18. *' ' g New Stook of Millinery and Fancy G»#ds. Hisses FIELD & WILDES 1IAVE Just rscei vad a large supply of Bonnets, Ribbons, II Laces, E mbroideries, Embroidery silks Slid Worsteds nnd every other article in (heir line suited to the sum mer trade, which they offer at Exceeding low Prices! All kinds of Millinery and Straw work prompt^ and faithfully excelled. We respectfully invite our old-pin. rons and the public tomll ami examine our stnek, assur ing them that no better bargains can be had anywhere else in this city. Store on Centre Steel, 2 I door west offlhe Post-office. B ith, May 2. P 46(f Gentlemen, DO yon want an extra French or Common Calf Boot ?— or Cloth and Pancy Boot ?—or common Shoes of any kind ?—or a Silk Hat ?—or a Fancy Cap ! If so, call on April 20. 46 L. S. FISHER. Ladies’ TAN Color and beat Black French Gaiter*oots, for sale I ■by (46) jp^L. S. FISHER. Rricks. OkO M bricks, delivered at anv part of the citv for sale by B. O. WEEKS. April 26. 46 Boy Wantpjef A SMART active boy about 16 years old, to learn the ^ Bookbinder’s Trade. Apply to 3» SAWYER It MAGOUN. For Boston Direct! r «■ ■ ik The Elegant and Fast Sailing Steamer, twaaar cpcgiaraa CAPT. It. DfLHOVAN, Yy ILL leave Blackmcr’s Wharf, Bath for Boston every ' ’ Monday and Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M. Returning—Leaves Foster’s wharf, Boston, every Tues day and Friday evening at 7 o’clock. IT 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 be 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, $1. Meals extra. AARON DONNELL, Agent. Bath, April 24,1854. Clothing! HATS, CAPS, AND FURNISHING GOODS' AT THE WELL KNOWN Hath Outfitting WAREHOUSE, NORTH END OF UNION BLOCK, Nearly opposite the head of Broad St., BATH. HAS JUST OPENED A VERY LAROE STOCK OF Spring Goods Embracing every variety and style of READY-MADE SFR1HG STYLE HUTS AID CAPS! I'lIRMSIllMG GOODS! FANCY GOODS, &C. FISHERMEN & SEAMEN Will find every article of Clothing necessary to their com j plete outfit, at the Establishment at the Lowest Prices, j OIL CLOTHING,and all other articles for Fishermen, at wholesale, as heretofore. I offer Uie advantage of the largest stock of goods in Ihis section of the rotate to select from, and assure my friends and 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. PANS WORTH. NEW Watches and Jewelry, JUST RECEIVED AT ©0 2Uo Go £CilIIsS:2M)SS,S>So AStPLKNDI L) assort went oi Gold and Silver Watch • es; liosoni Pius; Kar Hoops and Drops; I’iuger Ring*; Gold Fob, Vesl and Guard Chains; Gold Pens and Pencils, Ac, embracing a g real variety, wll •elec led and rich Goods. U. /“ Phtrhatert are invited to call and examine, «* they it'll1 be *old to lutO'lh it it /all be fot then a Iran Inge to cult ■ la SeplJS. India Silks. NOW opening, the best assortment of India Silks ever offered in this city. OWEN & CO. April 27. 46 Icc! Icc ! Ice ! 1MIE Nequassot Lake Ice Company, will commence deliv . ering Ice to subscribers this week, and all those Fami lies, or individuals who like to be supplied, by the mouth or season and have not yet subscribed, will please hand in their names to 0. T. Or kkni.bat or the subscriber. The Company will run two waggons so that subscribers will always be supplied in the morning, either in the lower or upper part of the city. H. W. OWEN. Rath, May 1. tf46 Cigars, Tobacr.o and Samir. fPlIEchoicest brand ill the market for sale by I 52 A. 0. PAGE. Tuyer Irons. rpHEIatcst and most approved Patent. For sale by A_ HYDE A Co., Agt’s for Lincoln County. Notice. rPHE subscriber would s-iy to his old patrons and friends, i and the public generally, that he is now ready to make contracts for Ship's Tanks, Boilers, Steering Wheels, Cap stans, and all kinds of Ship Work, Such as he used to furnish. He will bo ready to commence operations in one or two weeks Call at Ulackmer’s Wharf, Commercial St. GEO. MOULTON. Bath, May 5, 1854. 3wf New Dress Silks. HECEIVED this morning, the largest assortment of Fig ured Watered and plain Dress Silks; also Figured, Striped, Plaid and plain Colored Dress Silks, at least 20 to 30 per cent cheaper than ever offered before. Please call and see for yourselves. OWEN A CO. June ?fl. 2 White and Slate Crape Shawls. OPENING this morning, a few very fine Crane Shnwls Please call and examine. OWEN A CO. June 30. 2 TUB IjADIBS TIT ILL find at the store of Misses FIELD A WILDES, V. Centre Street, some of the latest and most beautiful styles of Straw and Silk BONNETS, RIBBONS, Ac., Ac., in the city. A new stock just received from Boston and New York.— Prices low, Bath, June 21,1864. ltf MOKE NEW GOODS! or ALL KINDS, NOW OPENING AT THE STORK OF 18. llflll. BLACK Italian Dress Silks, Figured Black Silks, Brocade, Plaid Striped and Figured Silks selliug Cheaper than Ever, Berages, Berage DeLaines, Nuslins, Lawns, Jackonets, Ginghams and Prints. Parasols! Parasols!! A new lot of Parasols, oheaper than ever. Molaair Mills ! The largest and cheapest assortment of Mohair MlUs in this city, can be seen at the subscriber’s. Gloves and Hosiery ! A full assortment of Gloves and Hosiery at very low prices. A large lot of All Wool Shawls and ready made Mantti las, selling at astonishing low prices. In fact we have a fall assortment of articles usually kept in a Dry Gooda Store. Please call before purchasing elsewhere and we will assure you of a good bargain. A. B. BUTLEK. June 28, Opposite Sagadahock House. Sugar Cured Homs. T1«R sale by M- V- GANNETT. I? May 27- 60 THIN Sc FALL CLOTHING A GOOD Back for 75 c. to $1, and other articles in pro portion, by J. T. CfltMAN. July 18 6 DRY GOODS At (Ike Lowest CmIi Price*. D. T. PfiBVI TS opening a large lot of Summer good*, which wi* be told I at decided bargains. Having mrtni hie former Mock down Dearly 20 percent it is tie JsMsnWualiowof the sub scriber, to adhere strictly to th«*one price system. Our as sortment at Salles, Shawls, and Dress Goods, Is ef the latest and most desirable styles. Black Silk of superior quality warranted not to break or crack, Benges, Plain and Fig ured Tissues, Moustins, Lawns, Ginghams, Ac., Ac.— Parasols of all qualities and prices; Embroideries, Glove* and Hosiery, Mitts lor Ladies' and Children, together with a great variety of other good* too numerous to mention.— The subscriber has on hand, one splendid Crape Shawl, cost $100, which wilf be told at aAfi»iA. Please call and examine, at No. 7 Kelly’s Block^^b D. T. PERCY. Bath, June 19thv*&4. ^_1^ House £or S^le. convenlenfCwclUng House and 1 lot of pie sutMfiriber Is offered for sale. It Is one of the qgrft convenient, well finished and pleasantly situate^, hohs-ln the c.ty, having a never-fail ing well ef good Water whiVh is drawn both outside and in the house, also a soft water cement cistern. The lot is one of the largest in the city, being ISO feet by over 100 feel and has on it besides the dwelling house, wood house a good barn, as good a garden as can be found in the citv with plum cherry and apple trees, all of which bear a Urn quantity of fruit. Also a Urge number of currant bushes bearing from 4 to 8 bushels yearly. Also White a number of good bearing grape Vines. For the .^ffehant or man of business no situation now offered for sMp in the city can ex ceed it. The whole wilUm Jliposedjjrat a great bargain, and an undoubted titj^iven on application to •. I jt A. C. RAYMOND, April 2$. f\Q\X ^Raymond Court, Bath. -A- ‘ PAPA MACIIE CENTRE PI EC ES—a large and well selected assortment Please call and examine. Bath, June 4. S. \V. IlEk I’ll A CO 5ltf Watches, Jewelry, &c. ANEtY and beautiful assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Ac., just received and will be sold che“P- T. H. G. MAKSTON. Bath, Nov. 17 Fiano Fortes manufactured bt CHICKERINO A SONS, ) A. W. LADD A CO., /Boston. I1ALLETT, DAVIS A CO., \ EDWARDS A SON, Portland. For sale at manufactures' prices, by Jan. 17. SAWYER A MAG0UN, Booksellers. Sail Irons OF the very best quality and finish by H. L. CHAMBERLAIN. Family uroccncs. A CHOICE and well selected stock of FAMILY GROCER IES, fresh and nice, just received, opened, and now for sate cheap as c&u be found in this city, consisting in part, ns follows : — ColTees, Teas, Sugars of all grades, Candtes—tallow and spern, Sperm and Whale Oil, Nut Cocoa, Prepared do., Chocolate, linker’s Droma,Tapioca, Sago, Corn Starch, Po tato do., Pickles, Ketchups of all kinds, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, and a large number of other things too numerous to mention. A. T. ROBINSON Corner of Front St. A Ferry Wharf. Bath, Nor. 16. '53. Powder. rpilK subscriber has on hand, and will be constantly 1 supplied with IIl asti no Powokr, which he offers for sale, wholesale and retail. Also, a large supply of FL'SE. WILLARD WALKER. Rath, May 27, 1853. 50tf IjHJRNACES, of the most approved patterns, stationary and portable, for heating Churches, Dwelling Houses, Stores, Ac., put up, and warranted to give satisfaction, on the most reasonable terms, by II. L. CHAMBERLAIN. I Bath, June 14, 1853 5gtf Clocks! Clocks!! CloeksTn A G RE \T variety .for,ale clieri p by XI. Sept.’S. T. H. G. MARSTON. Hardware, Cutlery, &c. MITCHELL & LOW. KEEP constantly on hand and for sale, a large and supe rior assortment of Hardware, Edge Tools, Saws, Car penters’Tools of every description, at the lowest prices for cash. Also, constantly on hand, Tin ami Copper Ware Ships’ Pumps, Ac., Ac. Hardware, Carpenters’ Tools, Cutlery, &c. I OMIE subscriber continues in k. ep on hand at the store | l recently occupied by Kendall, Richardson A Co., a 1 good assortment of i Hardware, House and Ship Carpenters' Tools, Glass, Cutlery, &c, &c HEN tY M. BOVEY. Front St. Bath. ' April 24, I.-54. 4r,tf CLOTHING! A new and splendid lot SUITABLE T9 TIE SEASQS Just Received AT THE Sagadahock CLOTHING &. OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE! Purchasers : are respectfully invited to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. April 19. JOIII1 BALLOU. Augusta Dye House. A LL articles for Dyeing or Cleansing left at Ai.frrd T. XV Robinson’s Grocery Store, Front it., near Sagadahock Ferry, will be forwarded and returned without delay. Silk and Woolen dresses Dyed in first rate style; also Swawls, llandk’fs and Ribbons. All garments dyed without being ripped. Shawls of all kinds cleansed, and Parasols dyed. Carpets cleansed and colors brightened. Also for sale at the store of A. T. R., a superior article of Soap, for removing greese, oil, paint, Ac., from Gent’s gar ments, with directions for use. ALE. T. ROBINSON. Bath, June 19. 1 Sashes, Blinds and Doors. THE subscribers manufacture at ’heir nett- mill on Wash ington Street, (north end,) all kinds of DOORS, SASII K8, BLINDS, Ac., of as good quality and as cheap as can be found in the state. Also, all kinds of PLANING done at short notice. Bath, June 19. 1854. 6ml SCOTT MORSE A CO. Cumberland Coal. TONS, run of the Mines, Cumberland Coal a supc o' *" " rior article fur blacksmiths use, just landed from Steamship Freeman Rawdon, from Alexandria. For sale bv June 19, 1854. 1 B. 0. WEEKS. ' Chains, Anchors and Sails. A SECOND HAND suite of Chains, Anchors and Sails, nearly new, for a vessel of about 100 tons burthen. For sale very low, by B. O. WEEKS. June 19, 1854. 1 H. P. BENTON, dealer in Butler, Cheese, Eggs, and Lard, Stall* 74 & 76, and Cellar No. 13, FANEU1L HALL MARKET, BOSTON. Hr All kinds of Country Prwluce sold on Commission. Butter Packed for Shipping. 2ml UTUJAM. II. SMITH, MosPi’ New Block, Front Street, KEEPS constantly on hand, and for sale at the /ou rs/ cash prices, a superior stock of Provisions and Family Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Caps, Boots and Shoe*, Cutlery and Fancy Goods. Fruit and Nuts of all kinds, together with the Inrgest variety of Panoy articles to be found in this city. The public generally are invited to call and examine. Trunks Carpet Bags, TfALISES, an dl tide of Clothing suitable for Seamen, V for sale by W>1. H. SMITH. July 3,1854. Fruit and Vegetables. ALAROK variety of Fruit and Vegetables, In their sea. son, received weekly by boat from Boston, New York and South, by 52 A. G. PAGE. Choice new Cheese, DRIED Beef, Northern sugar cured Uaius, new Lard! Pickles by the gallon and jar, Ketchup, Ac., for saie by 52 A. U. PAGE Shorts, Indian and Rye Beal, AND a nice article of Buckwheat, for sate by'^ri' A. T. ROBINSON. Excelsior Soap. * MERIC AN Cream Soap, Crane’s Soap, Soap Powders. A Olive Soap, OaalileWoap, »°*P. 52 A. O. PAGE, Prints! Prints! r/VWl YARDS new style Print, such at Merrimack, Ham. up,,,, Manchester, Coehcoo,American, English and other brands : some as low as 5 1-2 cts., and beanUlnl last colors for 61-4, and hut qualities for 11 cents, by July 18 J. T. OILMAN Watches, Chains A Jewelry, In great and rich variety, now opened by June 18. J. T. GILMAN Hew Arrival. OF MENS' FISK CALF BOOTS, at 9 _____ l. a. iBmi. *B|ar and C*iTc«7 PORTO RICO, Powdered Mid Crwlil Mid Cats. CiuM Sugar*; St Planing*), Centtal iatrin Mid data Cairn hr .ale by M. F. fASSwT' March 21- «g WoodfR Ware. A LI. hinds of Wooden Ware lbs sale by Kor. lfc\ ‘ * A. y. ROBINSON, Vinf|ar. PALMER’S Vinegar for aale by M. ». OANNETT, Ma*h2E_ 4* Vlftosc and Shin Palming, einshM lit* Vi P e it Ranging. he flatter* himself that hie work ,iu Mara *• thoae who may faro* him with their patroaar* 7 Shop in Tucker’* building, third rt-irr inOauue And door north of the EUiot Mouse Block 7 Bath. March 17. ' Nutting’s Patent WiutUw kpriag. Patent bearing date June 16, 1658. THIS Spring, when fitted to the tub, the sash m»%» fit - ken out of the frame without remoxtof the it op ante j m la also made tight by expansion, so as to dispense ejiifii trouble and expense of double windows. Whan njrrt 4t can be retained In any position without weights •» satisfice This Spring is so cheap and simple in Its tonstmclfau tad combines so many advantages that the-importance af ador ■ ting it will at once be teen, when exnoifcied. The subscriber haring purchased the rights for the *Mw of Bath, and the towns of West Bath, Bnnowkk and Tom ham, is prepared to furnish the springs and fit them la the sash. All orders left at hit house on Greta Street, will be promptly attended to and faithfully executed. &ANIXL McALLABTER. Bath, March 30,1864. «41 Wanted. 1 ("1 GOOD Coat makers, 5 de pans 4b 5 4b Tees db, A' * who will begiven good price* aad Roaslaat employ ment by W. HAWTHORNK, _39_ 63- Kr*«* St. Bath, Ms. BuckwbeHt FI«Rrf TT71IKAT GROATS, Horn man, and Samp.for at It hy V) March 21. id M GANNETT. Cigars anil Tdhatet. A fKW thousand CIGARS. CaH in and try some elthem q at the store of_ A T ROBINSON. Sugar House Sjrrap, \ND New Orleans Molasses, for sale by March 21. for M. F. GANNETT. Compound Almond Lotion A SUPERIOR ur'.icle for removing Freckle* and pimple* from the fare, mul &>» she rate *4 ehapped hand*.prepared uud tor Milr hy J. MATHEWS. March .’3,1453. Saguilahoch Building, WLKES AIVD SPIRITS, For Medicinal Purposes. T.\ .M KS M ITCdKIJ, bus been d ul y appointed hy Ih # tr Mayor and AkWim** Airem fc>» the city to sell Wine*, Ac .for inediemnl md mechanic a I purposes on ly.ngrrenbl y lothe “ An lor ihe *npprrssiouaf 4si|tk ine hno*esitiidi ippliug shop*,'1 *nd i- now prepared la furnish i he<rliclefor the above purposes uthittlot* on Centre Si reel Bulb.Aug 19.1852. I fit l lias Burners, Chandeliers, Ac. JUST received, a large and extensive assortment ol Ga* Burner*, Chandelier*, *c, which we ofer at the lowis-i manufactory price*. 'I lieae fixtures arr from the beat manufactory, and are all warranted. Please rail and examine. S W. UF.ATU * CO Bath, June 4. 61 Polishing Irons, OF the best quality.Just received. Also, Bad Iran* and Patent Self-heating Smoothing Irons, by Oct. 12. If. X CHAMBERLAIN. Cam booses OF all sixes ami of the best kind by 40 H. L. CHAMBERLAIN. Mourning Prints! TUST received at the Granite Store, two cases new styl *1 mourning print*. 41 OWEN k CO. New Arrival. TIT OMEN’S prime Kid, Moroceoand Goat Boots, at >» Feb. 20. X S. FISHER'S John Colt’s Standard Cotton Sail Dock. He. BEACH k CO., II Pine street, New Tort, tote • agents. Cotton Canvas from several other mills.— Also—Asnaburg’s Prints, Print Cloths and Copper Rollers for Calico and Satinett Printers. dmtfi Flour, Molasses, Pork* Jl'ST received from Boston and N«w York, 300 Barrels Fi.oi r—Various brands 50 “ Prime Mess and clear Poac, 10 Uhds. Molassks, 10 Boxes H. B. Scoar, 15 Bbls. Muscavado do. A. T. ROBINfOR. DR. BOURSE HAS removed a few rods, to the house recently occupied hy Mrs. Walker, corner of Washington and Pearl streets, and is now able to attend to business by night as well as hy day. May 22. fid House Paper. \LARGF. assortment of new and beautiful patterns of House Paper. Common medium, satin and gold,—« moti velvet and gold borders. More opening, and for sale by (47) SAWYER k MAGOUN. Sharpen your Scythes. MF. OANNFTT has superior Patent Scythe Rifle*. . May 27. tk Preserves of nil kinds* TAMARINDS, Jellte*, Marmalades,Syrup, Olives,Capers, Martinocs, Worcestershire Sauce, Sardines, Gelatine, Isinglass, Hops, liroma, Groats, Ac., for sale by 52 A. U. PAGE. Kennedy’s Ulcdicnl Discovery. f|MlE genuine article, for sale by 1 52 A- G. PAGR, Agent for Oath. NEW GOODS. THE undersigned hiving disposed of hit old slock at Auction, now offers fresh from the New York and Boston Markets, the largest and best selected MERCHANT TAILORS’ STOCK, ever offered in this otty, consisting ia part of KMRilali, French At German Brsadclslkt, of every color and quality, A mcrtean, French and Oar inan black and Fancy Doeskins and Casaimeres—whs very tick. English and American Cashmcretls, Ermiaetts, sad a great variety of d; ring dniff*—suite very Ana Batin, Crenad ne, Damask, Marseilles and other XrXHBTIM’G-B both plain and fancy, which wiM be sold at wholesale or retail, or manufactured to order in the best style at tha lowest cash i rices. A large assortment of Gents' Furnishing Goods. of the best quality. Custom Made Clothing af iny “•* and other manufacture. HATS, OAFS, t mhretlaa, Oil Suits.Rubbe- Goods,Be, offering mponur inducement® to the public to call on 48tf W. HAWTH 'RNE. <>» Front Bt-, Bath, Me, NEW V1SITES. A LARGE assortment now opening by OWEN A CO. June 20. _______ ® t Klrawberriei AND Cream. Ice Cream, Soda Water, Oyaters. As.. Ac., ,-on.tamlVon hand at RUB IN SON A BROW June d, 1854. __ _ _*“* Tax Notice. THE Taxes assessed upsn the eiUiens of Balk for the year 18M are committed to me to collect:—If paid within thirty days, 8 per cent, within sixty days, A per cent will ha discounted', and if nut paid in three months they ars or. Acred to be sued. AMMI R. MITCHELL. July 11 Treak’t and tfuB’r Black liftce Visile*. RECEIVED this morning » (ew black lace Visiter, alto A few black and colored silk risltcs. July 11. «_OWEN k CO. Left in St®re. LEFT in »y store some time since, FOUR 10 ps»swiSwiSSui^ "Bath, luiy 18,183*._ Barege de Valaes. ’T'HE balance of our Barege d* Laine* will be aotdat prl. ^ cw thatdhnnot fail to besMWhctoey to^he parcha^r Toilet Quilt® "TI QPININO this momlnB, a fteo agrafttww^Tj*1^ j’J’"** July^JS.