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Portland, Nov. 22. The new Canard propeller Canadian, Capt. MoMasler, sailed from Liverpool at 10 minutes past 1 o’clock on the 7th inst., and arrived here last night about 12 o’clock, bringing 44 cabin and 108 steer age passengers. Her advices are three days later. The details of the seige of Sepastopol which were published on the 6th, caused rather an unfavorable feeling. Full accounts have been received up to Oct. 29, regarding the com mencement and progress of the seige. 1 tie official despatches from Admiral Dundas, Gen Canrobert and Admiral Hamelin, detailing allies on the 17th ult , the first day of the bom bardment of Sepastopol, were only published on the 6th. From this it appears that the Ad mirals of the fleets, with the whole of their ships, assisted the attack on the land by enga ging the sea batteries north and south of the harbor. The French squadron took op a posi tion about three cables’ length from the 350 guns of the Quarantine Battery, the two bat teries of Fort Alexander, and the Artillery Barracks. The English squadron faced the 30 guns of Fort Constantine, the Telegraph battery, and Fort Maximilian to the north ward. The land forces played from the heights above Sebastopol to the south, where they have ! entrenched themselves in a formidable and ad- | vantageous position. The action, so fir as the j fleel3 were concerned, lasted from about half past 1 o'clock to half-past 6. P. M., when it being quite dark the ships were hauled off. The loss of the English squadron is two Lieutenants, Chase and Madden, killed ; 16 officers wounded ; 44 men killed and 266 wounded. The ships are considerably dam aged by shot and shell. The French loss was 30 killed an I 186 wounded. Accounts have also been received of attacks made by the Russian troops, numbering, it is estimated, 30,000, upon the forts in the vicin ity of Balaclava, which lies to the southward and rear of the Allied position. The enemy succeeded in capturing three batteries manned by Turkish troops, and in driving away the latter, who, it must be remembered, are mostly raw levies of young men. The English Light Cavalry, the Scots Greys and the 5th Dragoon Guards, however, aided by the French troops, speedily came to me rescue, and, though the Light Cavalry suffered most severely, the Russians were repulsed with great loss and driven behind two of the batteries. From this position it was expected they w ould be spee dily ousted. Oil the evening of the 26th, the succeeding day, the Russians, 8000 strong, made a sortie upon the town, as well as from the direction of Balaclava, bot were repulsed w ith great slaugh ter, one thousand men, it is slated, being left dead upon the field. According to the latest telegraphic advices, although tiie attack npon the fortification by sea had not been renewed, the bombardment from the heights was still vigorously continued, and the Quarantine Fort and Fort Constantine had been razed, w hile the Southern 'Power and some other forts had been demolished. Ttie town, it was stated was also on fire in three different places. It was very evident that Sepastopol could not hold out much longer, and, according to one account, the grand assault upon it would be made on the 2d or 3d of Noveo her. A telegraphic despatch has been received in Liverpool by a Greek house, to the effect that the place had been postively captured ; hut although it is believed hy many to be true, it requires confirmation. The telegraphic despatches of this morning, Nov. 7, state that the town of Sebastopol is a mass of ruins ; that the French chasseurs kill every artilleryman whose head comes to sight above the embrasures ; while the allies pour in such an incessant fire ail night, that the Russians have no opportunity to repair their damages. The Russian fleet in the harbor of Sebasto pol had sought shelter under the buildings alongside the quays, hut the Allies were about to fire upon them Irom new batteries with red hot halls. It is stated that the French have lost two thousand men, principally by explosions ; while the English loss is under one hundred killed and wounded on the land side. F O U R I) A YS L A T E R . Newt Yohk, Nov 20. The Baltic arrived at S indy Hook at ll 30 last night, and reached her dock at half past y this morning, bringing 148 passengers.— Left Liverpool on the 15th. The news is extremely interesting. News of the massacre of the English light cavalry, undd^ Lord Cardigan, is mainly that they charged a Russian battery of 30 guns, lost 400 dead, and only 200 returned. Since then there has been incessant and sanguinary fighting.— The allies are almost over-matched and urgent request is sent for instant reinforcements.— 50,000 Frenchmen are to he lostautly sent, and every available steamer is taken, including Europa, Alps, Indiana, N York and others. On lj^e 4th of Nov. there was a sanguinary engagement, on the 5th a terrible combat, in cluding sorties add a general attack by Men sehikoff s army. The battle lasted from day break till 4 P. M , both 3ides claim the victo ry. The English look some 100 prisoners.— The Russians stormed several batteries and si- ; leticed the guns. The allies loss, 5000. The Russian loss, 8000. The battle was resumed bj the Russians the next day, the 6th, and we do not yet know the result. The allies are preparing to storm before the Russians can re cover losses. It is stated that a practicable breach is effected, hut the report is considered douhlittl. Tlie war news was exciting the must pro found anxiety. The disastrous result of the battle of the 25th to the English is confirmed, though it is wot quite so had as at first reported. It was ■owing to the misconstruction of an order. English advices of the 11th, from Bucharest, state that on the morning of the 5ih, Menschi kofT's w hole army attacked the English posi tion. The allies obtained a decisive victory— I There were severe losses on both sides. The English took many hundred prisoners. A telegraphic despatch from St. Petersburg of the llih, states that Menschiknfl reports tin- ! der date of 4th of Nov., from Sebastopol, that on the 5th the garrison made two sorties, one . .against the right flank, which was successful and resulted in the capture of one of the en- i emy’s batteries, the guns of which were | spiked. There was a great loss on both sides, •the 2nd sortie was also completely successful, i the Russians having spiked 15 guns. Imme- I diately afterwards a French infantry division, pursuing the retiring Russians, attempted to 1 mount to the assault, but was thrown hack with immense loss. Latest.—From 1 ienna the prevalent opin- j ion was that a few more such victories would compel the allies to raise theseige. Menschikoff seems to be of the same opinion, for in a despatch to Paskiewitch he says, * It will be impossible for the allies to continue the setge, and I will continue to harrass them.’ SE vEN da ys la ter From California. The steamship George Law, from Aspin wall, at midnight of the 15th inst., arrived at quarantine in New Ifork at 5 o’clock on Fri day evening, bringing California dates to the 1st inst., with 323 passengers, and $1,568,644 in specie. She connected with the steamship John L. Stephens. Titere is but little news of interest from California. The early setting in of the rains had been unfavorable for some mining opera tions, while for others it had proved the re verse. Still there was no complaint from the miners generally as to any jack of prosperity. Dates from the Sandwich Islands are to Oct. 12. One French and two British ships of-war had arrived at Honolulu. Business at San Francisco had been quite brisk since the sailing of the last steamer, and the demand for the interior had been good. All was quiet on the Isthmus. The con sideration of the project for creating the Prov inces on the Isthmus into an independent state been postponed until next year. A Card. The subscriber takes this method of expressing her thanks to the gentlemen who so generously made up the : amount of her loss on Friday last. Their kindness will ! ever be held in grateful rememberance. May they realise the truth of His Word, who says: “It is more blessed to give than to redfcive.” ^ ALMIRA S. HIGGINS. Bath, Nov. 26,18^4. They are sure to do you good ! Far they ure composed of Vegetables. pATCHELL'S VEGETABLE CATHARTIC BITTERS ' J are a sure r ;medy for all diseases arising from a disor dered stale of the Stomach, such as Dyspepsia, Heart Bnrn, Loss of Appetite, Sleepiness, Jaundice, Headache, Cos tiveness, Female Diseases, &c. As a spring and summer medicine it has no equal,sold at 25cts per Bottle. Agents wanted. Sold in Bath, by Dr. J. MATHEWS and N. K. ELS WORTH. 49tf A New Medicine.—Dr Skinner, who foi the last 15 years has been connected with the introduction of the ‘ Richardson Bitters,’ oflfcrs the public an article of Bitters of his own compounding, which bids fair to have a g eat run. They are very pleasant and agree hie, are put up in i neat, portable lorin, are said by those who have used ill m to possess excellent invigorating qual ities, anil we do not he I eve l hat there is a better article in the market. IVe have been for years acquainted with the Proprietor, nml his honorable and gentleman'V busi ness dealings heretofore,give assurance that he will not impo-e a spurious article upon the public. Success to 11 e Dr. ami his Bitters! For sale in Bath by A G Page, Dr J Malhews, TWI.u eas, Wm. P Mars I on, and \ T Ellsworth, and by dealers in medicine in the country generally. 3mId* 3Earringra. In this city, ‘25th inst, by Rev. Mr. Jaques, Capt. Isaac D. Skilling of Varmouth, to Caroline, eldest daugter of Capt. John Fisher of this city. In Jefferson, Robert V. Hilton, to Miss Caroline 1*. Weeks, both of Damariscntta; Martin J. Richards of Sears mont. to Miss Lucelia A. Hilton, of Jefferson; Thomas Hil ton to Miss Catherine L. Hopkins, both of J. In Rockland, Hilliam O. West to Miss Khoda Ann Alliee; Peter Abbott 2.1, to Miss Elisabeth Watdwell, both of Wet more Isle. In Augflsta. Frederic R. U.iodaleof Chelsea to Miss Ellen D. Tobey; Richard K. Thompson to Miss Harriet Gall; Ben jamin F. Foster to Eliza M. Harding; William Kelley to Drusiila Scott, both of this city. In Pliipsburg 18th inst, by Rev. S. S. Drake, Mr. John M. Jewell, of P., to Miss Uosina D. Baker, of Manchester,. Ct; 23d, by sane-, Mr. Artier M. Duly to Miss Margaret M. Campell, both of P. In Ilarpswell, by Rev. E. Kellogg, Elias B. Thomas of Brunswick, to Miss Paulina Reed, of II. Dnitljs. In this city, 21st inst., John Giller, aged 35. In tliis city, 26th inst-, Mr. George heals, aged 33. In this city, 26th inst., Frances L. Anderson, a-'ed 19 years 5 mouths. In this city, 23d inst., James P. Hurt, aged 2 years. In Winnegance, Mrs. Lucretia J. Richardson, aged 20 years 10 months. At Martinique, W. I. Nov. 14tli, Capt. Timothy Batchelor of Phipsburg, Master of brig Wm. Purrington, aged about 60. In IIallowed, Laban Lincoln, aged 69 years 9 months. In Rockland, Jacob Harrington, Esq., aged 76 years Sumner W Allen, aged 49 years. In Jackson, Cal., Oct. 6th, Edward Francis Newton, of itumforj Point, aged about 30 years. At Bcnsonviile, Cal., Oct. I Ah,Capt. Benj. T. Garland, of Maine. In Ilarpswell,Capt. Wm. Barnes, 92. In Rockland 17th, Jacob Harrington. 76. In Winthrop, Susan, Widow of I)r. Peleg Reason, 82. EASTER* TB .11 ES JDliy iL Stinson A Co., No. 5 L mg Wharf, Boston, are Agents for tiie l nion Link of packets from BaUi to Boston. Capr. Stinshi is favorably known as an experienced merchant and shipmaster, formerly of this city. All business entrusted to him will he attended to with pr nnntaess and despatch. AK1 III, K DONNELL, Agent for Hath. I’OHT «r RATH. Tucks day, Nov. 23. CLEARED. Sells Martha Burgess, Sylvester, Castine; F A Heath Putnam, Searsport. SAILED. Ship Win M Rogers, New Orleans. Fkiday, Nov. 24. ARRIVED. Sch Bolieur, Spear, New York. Monday, Nov. 27. ARRIVED. Ship Charlotte Reed, Klwell, Cadiz 30 days. Ship Storm King,-. Gardinei. Bark Solomon Piper, McClure, St Marys, Ga. Sch llarmona, Maloney, Philadelphia. Sch Gen Scott, Soule, Philadelphia. CLEARED. lilies Merrill, Krorrlr, 4Wttr\iM. DISASTERS. Sch John Patten, of Bangor, went ashore night of 24th, on the beach between Small Point and Pond Island. Crew all safe. She was owned by Clark & Ayers Sch Hamilton, Trenton, Capt. Williams, from Franklin for Boston, went ashore on Pond Island Bar on night of 24th. \ essel and cargo a total loss. Crew saved. Brig Amesbury, Gould, from Mobile for Gardiner, with lumlier belonging to Wm. Broadstreet, Esq., went on Seguin Le ge, on morning of 20th, and was totally lost. All but the mate were saved. Bark Glenhurn, of Richmond, Gray, 54 ds fm New Orleans for Havre, was fallen in with 24th ult, lat 43 40, Ion 22, and reported the loss of one fourth of her crew by yellow fever. llrig Ada,of Boolhbny, Chase, frill Newport, E. for New York, put into Fayal 17ili nit, with loss of mainmast, head of foremast, and everything attached. She was leaky from the thumpiugof the spars under the counter. DOMESTIC PORTS'. Boston—Cld 22-1, sch Mt Vernon, Thoraaston; Curlew, Gardiner. Cld 23d, st-hs 11 Frecling, Augusta; G Davis, Bath. Ar 25th,bark Matanzas, Libby, London 12tl» ult. Cld bark Island City, Colburn, Galveston. Cld 25'.li, ship Macedonia, Mill r, New Orleans. Ar 26th ship It >bt Patten, Purington, Newcastle, E. S;in Fra nciNCo—Sid 24th ult, ship Courser, Berry, Callao; 29th, Margaret Robinson, Crooker, do. Cult colon—In port 14th, brig Vesta, Stevens, for Bos ton. •New Orleans—Ar 14th, ship Emma Jane Springer, London (not Havre.) Towed to sea 9th, ship Sarah Purington. Adv ships Mulhouse, for Havre, greater part cargo en gaged-; Kate Swanton, for New York, wtg 200 hhds. Ar 17th, ship Eva, Philbrook, Liverpool. Ar 24th, ship Tarquin, Doughty, N York. Norwich—Ar 23d, sch Sarah Louisa,Elwell,Rockland. Newp »r I—Sell Trident, of South Tlmmastou, fm New York for Portland which was ashore on HI irk Island some time since, has completed her repairs and sailed. Philadelphia—Ar 23d, sch Henrietta, Baker, New Bedford. ’ Pensacola—Ar prev to 10th, ship Mai ilia, Robinson, Mobile. .Mobile—Ar 14th, ship Gen Dunlap, Skolfield, Lon don. bill lath, bark Enuna Lincoln, Matts, Havana. Sav 'llnali—Ar 16th l.rig Cariibce, Crabtree, llatli. Ar 26th, brig M'm Purington, Guadaloupe. Clm rlexliiii—Adv ship Josephine Harding, for Liver pool, large part cargo engaged. Newark—Ar 21st sch 1 L Snow, Corney, Rockland. New Viirk—Ar 21st, sch Eagle, Iloadcs, Rockland; 22d, ship Sea Lion, Hall Newcastle, E. Ar 23d, sch .Miller, Strong, Rockland. Sld 23d, ship Lucy Thompson, Liverpool. Ar 23d, bark Paul Boggs, Dizer, Newcastle, E. C hi brig Emily VV Seyhurn, Seyburn, Havana. Ar 24th ships Omar Pasha, Barnes, and M'abash.Barnes, Antwerp. Also ar bark Montaulc, Lincoln, Galveston. Ar 25th, ship Richd Morse, Dinsmore, Newport, E. Portland—Ar 22d, brig Harriet, Pratt, Yoomioa River via Bath. Eilgartown—Ar 19th, sclis Melbourne, Hix, N York for Bangor; Holiver, Robinson, do for Rath (and sld 20th.) Providence—Ar22d, bark Isnardon, Cornish, Mo bile. Xrwburyporl—Sld 21st, bark Peri,Thestrup, M'isscas set. FOREIGN PORTS. Sld fm Liverpool 6th, Burlington, Mitchell, Philadelphia. Adv 6th, ship Shamrock, Doane, for New Orleans 9th. Ar at Gravesend 8th, ship Liverpool, New York. Knt for 1 Ig at Liverpool 3d lust, M’m Patten. Minot, Charleston. SI-1 6'h, Am Union, Kelly, and Yorkshire, Marshall, New York; 9th, Chaos, Dun ton, do. Ar at London 6th, Liverpool, Kearney, New Y'ork. Cld 7th. Onward, M'ade, Melbourne; 8th, Lombard, Lam bard, New Orleans; 9th, Danube, Kiel),do; Lallu Kookh, Richardson, Charleston. Ar at Deal 21, A B Kimball, Davis, London for New Or leans; 10th Lisbon, Curtis, London for Cardiff. Off the Start 1st, Masonic, Sturgis fm Rotterdam for New Y'ork. Sld fm Bristol 4th, Gertrude, Silsby, New Y'ork; Sth, Me dotnack, Livingston, do. • Sld fm Antwerp 4th, Rochambeau, Stack pole, New Y'ork. Sld fm Cadiz abt 2d inst, ship Charlotte Reed, Elwell, Bath. Ar at St John, N B, 13th, brig Masonic,:IIcckman, New Y’ork. Sld fm Cardiff 10th, shid John Frazier, Roberts, Charles ton. Sld fm Flushing 6th, bark Tangier, Sweetser, New Y’ork. Sld fm Queenstown 9th iust, ship N Thompson, M’Cul lock, New Y'ork. At Callao lOtli ult, ships Gauntlet, Borland, New York July 14, and sld 19th for Chinchas; 23d, Kennebec, Patten, do July 13. At Rio Janerio 14th ult, ship Sarah Boyd, Merritt, from Baltimore for Callao, disg for repairs. SPOKEN. Oct 1, lal ION, Ion 23M’, ship ‘S 0 Given,’ from Liverpool for San Francisco, probably S G Owen, fm Liverpool Sep 5. ladies’ Clofli*, \ Ik'!"01’ Silk an<l Wool and Cotton and Wool, of all Oct. 12*’recttiveU hy J- T. GILMAN. They have Come! A hw sale hv °f B°5 8 an'* double sole thick Roots, Nov.*7,1851. J, W. ROBERTS. ----- A lew more left OF those men’s fine Call Boots, that win v,„ * ,, . than ever to close them off, Nov. 4, 1851. ROBERTS. -- 21 Shorts, Indian and Rye Real, AND a nice article of Buckwheat,for sale by the subscri ber- „ A. T. ROBINSON. LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office uncalled for, Batli, Uov. 30, 18S4. Gentlemen's l«pst. Anderson Capt Edmund Maloney Bit Adams Daniel Manner Thomas N Boy in,ton Wm 3d “axwe 1 l Bragdon Johnson—2 Moore John g. ” ^ Maxwell Isaac J Hailey Timothy Matheson Duncan Bointon John T McCaragher James Brewer Join. McKenney John C Blair Benjamin McKenney Daniel Bronson DA McKeil Jno 0 Bryden David McIntosh VV illiam Uurrill John M°Cab- Peter Baldwin Thomas 8 O’Brien Walter Bennett Wm Purnton 11 & W B Blagdon George Pettenglll Win D Brown Samuel Piper Calvin J Conway John M Pusheen Nathan Caroline Agent of Brig Preble Daniel Cameron Eweu } '^ree Capt Nathaniel II Clough Capt Joseph Ji "T Cruikshank P I leadwoll John Church Wm R l ei kuis Henry C Constantine Pharez J Peterson Benjamin Church LViCo If Vs Constantine Daniel TW ,ll,a“ Devcreux John Roach James H Dean Charles II U8Se" *Io91e» ** Bury Nathaniel Kogan Stephen J Eastward George K f jr Eaton P.-naexter 1 a"R* ., Emery Nathaniel ®outb,^s tlbn<1j’e Fisher Wilmot b,:',Jan'1m R Freeland Charles J *n!th K"dicoU Farnham Thomas L u * T I Groves IIenry-2 Sutherland John Gainbcrt A Shannon Iery Or.iffam Capt Oliver J Simpson Ra“ace M Harrison John jr Stanton Alfred Hutchinson James—2 e,,ja,mn Harson John Howard James K fw,5 \\ ( N „ Holbrook Wm Smith George II Howe George Storm Stephen Howard John TotmanWmli Harward Jno t n 1 ‘ Howe John ^aibot VV m Ir Tierney VV m llittz >> III II rp ,i i, -11 ii . rurner Iliraiii ? ?‘il,r,e9~2 Thompson John unter U k H True ^ L aas Augustus VV Turney John l«" " Whitten Wiu J'' i . , . . Woolaver Howard Kten r T , Whitmore Capt 1 !V .a Theodore Williams James I W? Wright Daniel ! b ' Winslow Win II iAughlm John Welch John ; Lovejoy Charles Walker Freeman ban .bard Joseph Wheellar Jere biucoln VV in Wright George VV Moresy John H Young Scwali Ladies’ Lint. Albee Eliza A Melcher Harriet Berry Melissa J Marston Ann K Barrett Hester A McManers Sarah II Uasby Betsey McKennev Naomi A tox Mrs Charles II McGrath Margaret Copperson Hester Pitchell Eliza C Colby Emily Palmer Mary A Curtis Phebe I’attee Sarah E ( ooper Henrietta Preble Almira E Driscoll Ellen—2 Roach Elizabeth Dunn Catherine Rutldge Eliza Flaherty Mary Slienu in Emily Farrin Rachael B Sylvester Mrs M Karlin Margaret Stevens Cliloe I) O ive Sarah Ann Stewart Mrs Frances E GninUe Ruth Sawyer Mrs A D Hodgdon Margaret Sprague Phebe Hunt Mary Seigars Vesta T—2 Kelley Mary—2 Stewart Helen M Kelly Catherine Tarr LucvAnn Lynch Elizabeth Tarr Elizabeth Love' Mrs E M Tidd Mary Jane Morse Mary J Tntnian Hannah Marr Harriet Tidd David Merrill Eliza A Winslow Sarah Jane Meder Miss E Wootlside EM Person* calling for Idlers, will please mention they are aiD'erliseil. !'. ie postage of each adeerti-et Let ter, one rent wit be added. JOSEPH C. SNOW, P. M. New Eii£lau<i Sliiir Restorative Warranted to contain IV o D<;l(‘tcrioiis In^r«Mlieiits. It is designated by Nos. 1 anil 2. !fo. 1 is to restore the Hair, when grey, to its original color and beauty. Mo. 2 For Holiness and falling off of the Hair. ’pHESK valuable preparations, differing from any other I now in use, h ive been tested by hundreds, after having tried various other Hair Rest iratives, with no beneficial re sults. They are i usily applied, and will not injure the skin. The good effects of both numbers are visible in every in stance, when applied in accordance with the directions ac company each hoitle. When using the Restorative No. 1 (which is lor gray hair,) the hair needs no other dressing than clean soft Water until it lias be-oi used three weeks, then Bottle No. 3, (which is always to lie obtained where the others are) can lie applied winch will give the hair a beau tiful lustre. Persons using No. 1 should always wear an oiled silk cap at night, in order to keep the hair moist. It should be applied warm. All fats, oils, and alcoholic mixture must be dispensed with, iu order to obtain tiio <i.-«ir«.l re suit. Persons ordering the Restorative must, in every instance, mention whether they want it for restoring the color, or for the prevention of baldness, as Bottle No. 1 is for restoring the color, and No. 2 for the failing off of the hair. No2 will rein ive and prevent Dandruff, .Scald Head, oi any other eruption of the skin. Also keep the hair in a lioaltliy slate, inclining it to curl, and giving it a soft and glossy appear ance. S une persons have gone so far as to say, without any hesitancy, that after using No. 2 faithfully for one year, it had renovated the whole system. It must he good, and as beneficial as it lias been recommended to la-, for this very reason, the demand for it increases every day. It has been stated that No. 1 is for grey hair exclusively, and consequently directions for using it differ from No. 2. Directions for No. 1 will lie on the outside wrapper, and for No. 2 on the bottle lieneatii the wrapper. Nos. 1 and 2 will lie put up in half pint bottles, for 37 1-2 cents per bottle. Tims coming within the means of all persons who may need any such preparation to benefit the head and hair. in using each bottle, it can be filled up three times with soft water, or rose water, shaking the bottle after using it. The bottles Nos. 1 and 2, have sediment in them. It is left in for the benefit of those who purchase. The Restorative eould lie prepared without any sediment, but it would re quire three bottles where hut one is required with the in gredients left in the 1> ittlcs. The great demand for the Restorative, shows that its wortli is duly appreciated, and is productive of many worthless imitations. None genuine, except Mrs. Davis’s New England Hair Restorative. Any number of certificates could be obtained of those who, by u-in? the ID st wative—especially those who have used No. 1—have laid aside the false hair, after wearing it many years, and now can be seen with their own natural hair, equal in softness and lustre to that of children. But it needs no such puffing. It will recommend itself. Also No. 3, (Her Hefeurhtcr des Hoar,) a German prep aration for dressing the hair is an indispensable prepara tion for the toilet. #It can lie used by persons of all ages. It wil^emhelljsh and beautify the hair. No person ought to lie without it. All the Agents who keep the Restorative, keep also the article for dressing. Price 37 1-2 cents. II. H. H AY, Portland, General Agent for Maine. Sold wholesale ami retail by E. T. GATCHELL, A CO.. Druggists, Brunswick. 3m 21 Sold in tliis city by MISSES FIELD A MORSE,Center St. BROWN & ALLEN’S Celebrated Piano Fortes, CCONSTANTLY on hand, comprising 6, 6J, 6j and 7 oc J taves, in rich Rosewood Cases—of various fashionable styles—selected with care, and they will be sold at prices that will defy competition. Every instrument Warranted to give entire Satisfaction. Ladies and Gentlemen who contemplate purchasing Piano Fortes, are urgently solicited to call and examine these Piano Fortes, for they will bear and be cheerfully submitted to any amount of examination. At A. W. BECKWITH’S Music Saloon ovcrS. C Saw yer’s, Wilkinson’s Block, Broad St., Bath* Me. CALIFORNIA. OCMUflE OF SAILING ALTERED!^ NEW YORK and CALIFORNIA StiMinsliip Line, via Nicaragua. Through Tickets, including Isthmus Crossing. The Shortest mid Clicaprst Route FOR SAIST FRANCISCO! THROUGH IN ADVANCE OF THE MAIL This Line is composed of the following First Class Steam ships: Star or the West, Pbomi.thecs, Daniel M'i-ulster, Northern Light, Sierra Nevada, Pacific, Brother Jonathan, Cortes, and Uncle Sam. The days of sailing are the 1 'it!, and 27Ih of each month. M'heu these dates fall on Sunday, the day of sail ing will be the Monday following. From San Juan del Norte, on the Atlantic, to San Juan del Sur, on the Pacific Ocean, passengers will be promptly conveyed over the Xicnragun I'm nail Route, having hut TWELVE MILES OF LAND TRANSPORTA TION BY CARRIAGES, over a good Macadamized road. It is well known that this line is the shortest and safest, and by far the most comfortable and healthful. For passage apply only at the office of the agency of the Company, 81 M'ashington St., (Joy’s Building,) Boston. 3m23 F. S. SAXTON, Agent. 1 chance to make Honey ! Profitable and Honorable Employment!! "1 ’ H E subscriber is desirous of having an agent in each 1 county and town of the Union. A oapital of from 5 to $10 only will be required, and anything like an efficient,, energetic man can malje from three to t)ve dollars per day; —Indeed some of the Agents now employed are realizing twice that sum. Every information will be given by address ing. (postage paid.) WM. A. KINSLER, 5w21* Box 001, Philadelphia Post Office. A soori Article OF Men’s Custom made French Calf Boots, suitable for the season, can be had of J. W. ROBERTS. Nov. 4,1854. 21 Mess Beef. "I A BARRELS Western Mess Beef for sale by 1U Oct. 1854. 18 M. F. GANNETT. FARM FOR SALE. MfTIHE subscriber offers for sale the farm on I which he resides, situated in Bowdoinham. on the road leading from Bowdoinham to Bath, and seven miles from the latter place, containing one hundred acres. It is divided by stone wall into lots convenient for mowing, tillage, pasturing, and wood laud. It lies open to the merrymeeting bay, commanding a flue view oltbe wa ters of the bay and the Cathance and Androscoggin rivers. There is on the premises a good two gt >ry house warmed by a furnace, two barns, with sheds, Ice house, and every con venience for extensive farming and a genteel residence.— Also a large orchard of valuable trees in bearing order, ami one of the flnest gardens for small fruits and vegetables to be found in the state. The crops and stock will be sold if desired For terms apply to U. II. UARDINEtt, on the premises. Bowdoinham,Sept 27, lSiR. ]5tf Large Stock —OF— Jusl Hcceived AND For sale Very Low, AT ELLIOTT HOUSE BLOCK. Fall Goods! JUST RECEIVED BY 1J. PMIWORTII, CONSISTING OF Clothing! Of every variety, and in the Latest Style. FALL STYLE HATS! W aranted the best manufactured. Fall Style Caps! Of every description. ALSO Of all kinds and qualities. SEAMEN’S Ol' nil kinds. The stock of goods in my establishment comprises as as good an assortment as can be found in any city in the United States, which will oe sold on the O.yE IMUCE SYSTEM ! Thankful for past favors, I invite the public to call and examine my goods before purchasing A. J. FARNSWORTH. Agent. FALL & WMeT GOODS ! -JUST RECEIVED 11V -AT THE Sagadahock CLOTHING & OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE! -Consisting of * CLOTHING! Of all the Most Approved Patterns and Styles, together with HATS, CA.PS, GLOVES, MUTEXS, SOCKS, U.MRItELL'S, With a good variety of FURNISHING GOODS. T 7* Customers wishing to purchase, may be sure to find O'A ITesli anil Desirable Stock to select from, and at as LOW PRICE as can be found in New England. FRONT ST., under the Sagwlahonk House, HATH, Me. Oct. 10. JOU.\ U VLI.OU. Latest arrival of Drv and Fancy Woods. DT. PERCY, has just received a large addition to his • stock of Fail and Winter Goods, which will be sold Cheaper than ever. Our stock of silk Shawls and Dress Goods is muth larger than we have ever before offered to the public, and will be sold at nearly •20 per cent less then the same goods could have been purchased six months ago. Our assortment ot embroideries is as good as cau be found in the city. Gloves and Hosiery, a large variety.— broadcloths,Cassimercs, Satiuetts, and all kinds of thick cloths for Men’s and Roy’s wear; together with a large va riety of Flannels and domestics of every description.— Please coll and examine goods and prices at No. 7 Kelly’s block, Front St. i). T.’PERCY’S. Stoves ! Stoves! The largest stock and greatest variety ever offered in Bath! May be found at S. J. & W. II. WATSON’S, Broad Street, Who have on hand OVER FIVE HUNDRED STOVES! Consisting of Seventy-two different kinds and patterns of Cooking Stoves! For WOOD AND COAL, among which are many that can not be and never were surpassed iiy any offered in this or any other market, for all operations of Cooking, durability beauty and finish of Casting. SIX or EIGHT kinds of PARLOR COOKING STOVES. From TWENTY to THIRTY varieties of PARLOR STOVES, fir Coal and Wood, some of entirely new and beautiful patterns. SEVEN kinds of COAL BURNERS, among which are the Celebrated STANLEY, too well known in this City to need commendation from us. Also the Saratoga and Irving COAL BURNERS. GRATES, of all patterns. Office, Store, Cabin, Box, Cylinder, Franklin and Air-tight Stoves in great variety. Also—Brick and Portable Furnaces and Ranges. All of which we will guaiantee to give satisfaction. Hie Public are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock, and among so great a variety we have np doubt all can Ire suited, both as to prices and quality. S J. & W. H#WATSON, At the old stand of Willard Walker & Co., Broad St. Bath, Oct. 18,1854. 18 Window Shades. WINDOW SHADES, Fixtures, Tassels and cord ; pic VV ture cord and tassels. For sale by May 8, SAWYER «fc MAGOUN Cabin Stoves. A FEW stovos of splendid design, for Coal or Wood, suita ble for Ships Cabins, for sale by subscriber. Also Cam booses of all sizes, with Galley furniture of every descrip tion, at H. 4 CHAMBERLAIN’S, Bath, Nov. 23,1854. Rogers Block. AUCTION^ SALES. SALES EVERY EVENING AT Columbian Auction Rooms. J. T. GILMAN, Auctioneer. REMOVAL. MITCHELL & LOW HAVE removed to their new store, two doors north of the old stand, Front Street, where may be found a large aud well selected stock of Hardware, Cutlery, House and Ship Carpenter’s Tools, Stoves, Camboo ses, Tin and Copper Ware, Pumps, &c., &c. XT Orders for Ship's pumps, tanks, Ac., promptly atten ded to. Bath, Sept. 5, 1854. 12 hemovaii. J. B. HUDSON, Has removed to the Store, Corner Hodgkin*' wharf nml Front St., For many years occupied by Albert Page. Furniture of all descriptions on hand or made to order. Oa hand some beautiful patterns of GILT CORNICES. Bath, Aug. 21,1854. tflO I. VitCIi STOCK OT NEW GOODS. THE undersigned having disposed of his old stock at Auction, now oilers fresh from the New York and Boston Markets, the largest and heal selected MERCHANT Till,OHS’ STOCK, ever offered in this city,consisting In part of Englinh, French A German Broadcloths, of every color nml quality, American, French and Ger man black and Fancy Doeskins and Cassimeres—some very rich. English and Americ n Cashmeretts, Erminetu and a great variety of Spring Sniffs—some verv fine’satin Grenadine, Damask, Marseilles and other VESTIWGS both plain ami fancy, which will be sold at wholesale or retail, or manufactured to order in the best style at the lowest cash t rices. A large assortment of Gents’ Furnishing Goods, of the best quality. Custom Made Clothing of my own anil other manufacture. HATS, CAPS, Umbrellas, Oil Suits. Rubber Goods,*c, offering superior inducements to the public to call on 48if W. HAWTHORNE, (i3 Front St., Bath, Me. Sadies, Blinds and Doors. rPHE subscribers manufacture at their neie mill on Wash I ington Street, (north end,) all kinds of DOORS, SASHES, 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, n.uli. June 19. 1854. G ill 8C0TT MORSE A CO. CopurtiiciGiliig) Notice. THE subscriber Uf.s this day associated with him Mr. MASON D. NIGOUREUX, and will continue the Sail Making business under the firm of Wildbr A Vigoikelx at the old stand, head of McLellan’g Wharf. Bath Nov. 15, 1854. 3w23 THOS. D. WILDER. Celebrated Moloricons ! \ OKNOWLEDGED the beat in the u-orld, 1 from the Manufactories of N. D. Smith, New London, Ct.; S. I). A It. tv. 8m th, Boston; lloss A Folsom, Boston; also Prince’s, Buffalo, N. Y., Constantly oil hand at prim that will drfy competition. At A. M. BKCKVV ITII’S -Music Saloon, over S. C. Saw yer’s, Wilkinson's Block, Broad St., Hath, Me. Herring. OAA BOXES Smoked English Herring, for sale by Nov. 14. M. F. GANNETT. New bonds. nECEiVED this morning, and together with onr for 11 iner stork, offers a complete and well se ected stork ns rail he found in this city. We offer some EXTltl BARGAINS IN Lyonese Cloths & Thibets, Shawls, 1 buds, Delaines, Ace., Ac. In short our whole stock will hr offered at from 2 1 to 25 ner rent cheaper than formerly. Persons in want of DRY GOODS cannot do better than to cull «l the subscribers. -r „ „ A. B HIITLER. No. !), Kelley’s Block, Opposite Sag duhork. Path, Nov. 1 l.o n.\P\ MACHE CENTRE PI EC ES—a large and well L selected assortment Please call and examine. Bath, June 4. A W. HEATH A- tin 511 r Piano Fortes MANTFACTCBEO BY CIIICKERINO A SONS, ) A. W. LADD A CO., > Boston. IIALLETT, DAVIS A CO., ) EDWARDS * SON, Portland. For sale at manufactures’ prices, by Jau. 17. S.VWYE,: A M V DCS, Bo iksellers. Pimio Fortes to Let. -lardware, Outlery, dec. .HI rcilEI.L A LOW, KEEI’ constantly on hand and T>r sale, a large and supe rior assortm-nt of Hardware, Edge Tools, Saws, Car penters’Tools of every description, at the lowest prices for rash. Also, constantly on hand, Tin and Copm-r Ware Ships’ Pumps, Ac., &c. 30 Bard ware, Carpenters’ Tools, Cutlery, &c. 'PH E subscriber continues to k ep on hand at the store I recently occupied by Kendall, Ric .ardsnn A Co a good assortment of Hardware, H-mse and Ship Carpenters’ Tools, Glass, Cutlery, &c, &c. HEN i Y M. BOVEY. Front St. Bnth. April 24, IS54. 45tf Johii Colt’s Standard Cotton Sail Duck. TT C. BEACH A CO., 71 Pine street, New York, sole I 1 • agents. Cotton Canvas from several other mills_ Also—Asnaburg’s Prints, Print Cloths ami Copper Rollers for Calico and Satinett Printers. 6m50 Boys’ and Youths’ pOVV-HIDE BOOTS, just received and for sale at a har V^- gain l .r CASH L. FISHER 28- _ _ ___15 EfricitN, dO ,,ri<’hs, delivered at any part of the citv for ~ D\J sale by 11. ,>. WEEKS. Notice to Capitalists. poll Sale, all of that part of the Gardiner Neck Farm I south of Sagadahock Ferry. Said land is situated in Woolwich opposite Bath City. Also TO Let.—The femaiudor of said Farm. For terms inquire of J. ELLSWORTH, Bath,or j B. F. TALL.MAN, Richmond. Bath, Nov 1, 1854. 20tf j ir owaer. rpilE subscriber ban on hand, nml will be constantly ! 1 sn|»|ili <| with Ousting Powdrr, which lie offers for sale, wholesale and retail. Also, a large supply of i FI SB. WILLARD WALKER. ! Bath,May 27. 1853. 50tf SALT. O ^AAIIIIDS Cadiz Salt for sale by Hath, Oct. 30, 1854. D. A L. PATTEN. Warranted to Relieve, Ill’s cn BALSAM. rPHE only article that gives instant relief ami effects a per- j 1 manent cure. For Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Croups, Whooping Cough, Hoarseness, Ac.. Halls Cough Balsam is a sure remedy. It cuts the Phlegm and removes all foreign matter from i the Throat and Lungs, by free expectoration. S dd by Druggists and dealers in medicine throughout the country. Prepared and sold by E. T. UATC11KLL, Brun swick. 2mlS A. G. PAGE, Agent for Rath. State of Maine. BY TIIE GOVERNOR. A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, the County Commissioners for the County of Androscoggin having certified under their hand, to the Governor and Council, that the town of Auburn has been selected to lie the Shire Town of said county in the mode provided by the act establishing the same, approved the 18th day of inarch, A, l). 1334, and the County Com missioners for the County of Sagadahoc having, in like manner, certified that the City of Bath has been selected to tie the Shire Town of said county in the mode provided by the act establishing the same approved thy 4th day of April, A. 1). 1854: in compliance with the requirements of the act aforesaid, I hereby make proclamation of the fact. Given at the Couucil Chamber, at Augusta, this ]5th day of November, in the year of j our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ! fifty four, and of the Independence of the i United States the seventy ninth. * W.M. G. CROSBY. By the Governor. ALDEN JACKSON, Sec. of State. Nov 16, 3w23 Shawls. \LL Wool Shawls—very fine, beautiful patterns, received hr J. T. GILMAN. Oct. 12. IVesli Staple (sooib. I> ECEIVED weekly from Boston and New York, pur l\i chased for cash at forced sales, by J. T. GILMAN. Oct. 12, EtlaBiket*. 1 On all wool and union, Eng. k American Blan l' " kets, received by J. T, GILMAN. Oct. 12. • Ladies’ Roots. A GOOD assortment of Ladies Boots of all kinds may be il found at the store of J. W. ROBERTS. Nov. 4, 1834. 21 For Sale. 3 SECOND hand Solar Lamps, by M. F. GANNETT. . Oct. 17,1854. 18 1 Business t£ a r i) s . WILDER & VIGOUREAUX, Sail Makers, ! HEAD OF McLELLAN'S WHARF, ilif B.l H, Me. J. T. GILMAN, (Formerly of the Firm of Owen & Co., Auctioneer Ac Commission ITIcr cli :i nt. Moses’ New Block, FRONT STEET, BATH, ME. % REFERENCES. Majfoun 4 Clapp, ) S. II. Colesworthy, Portland. Z. Hyde !i Co, \ Bath. John Philbrick, ( „ 'V- N • k 0. Moses, J Al>el Tompkins, ) Sales of Real Estate, Vessels, Stocks, Household Furu iture, &c., promptly attended to. Cash advances on nil kinds of merchandize consigned. 2*2 OWEbNT &, CO., Auctioneers mid Commission llurcliuiits, FRONT STREET, BATH. Areprepured as heretofore, to make cash advanceson 11 klndsof .Merchandize for Auction Sales. TT Houses, House l.ots. Vessels, and all kinds of on doorsales attended to on the most favorable terms. H. W. Owen. Id (i. White. PORTER 8c SMITH, Attorney* & Counsellors at Law, * s Office over John Hayden's store, Front Street. BATH, ME. CH AB1.ES R . PORTER. tf5 IACOBSMITH. JOHN H. ROGERS, Counsellor and Attorney at Law, FRONT STREET, Near the Ferry Wharf, 25tf BATH, Me. JACOB S. SEWALL, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, —AND— INSURANCE BROKER, HATH, ME. Commissioner or Massachusetts and Notary Public. Marine, Fire and Life Insurance officted iu safe and reli able offices. Office in Union Block, Front Street. 20tf WM. B. GLAZIER, Counsellor and Attorney at ^aw, ILALLOWELL, KENNEBEC CO., MAINE. Will attend Court in Lincoln Co. lfltf SURGEON DENTIST. A. H. ©3iLS®£3 HAVING permanently located himself al Bath , would ■ay to the ladies and gentlemen of this city and vi cinity, thal he isprepared to perform any operation in Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry, in the best manner. A K U intends that the ease, neatness and durability ot his operations shall recommend him to the public XZT All work warranted. Perfect satisfaction given in I all operations, or no compensation will be required. I Toothache cured, without extracting the tooth, in most eases. Office iu room No 23, Elliot House Block, Front I Street,Bath, Me. 4H1 IS. T. CUKIKIKIt,'IK D. S., j GRANITE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, BATH, ME. All operation* Ininechiui ical and Surgical Dentistry performed in u uealund per inanent manner. . Connected with his office. | is an establishment for the __ manufacture of all kitu'sot jj tiiock Teeth, -of the best quality. Ue* tist’ssiipplied to older. 3Stf BATH HOTEL, BY CY It U S I* L IJ .11 N E It , WASHINGTON ST., 3ATII, MB. ‘WILLIAM E. PAYNE, M. D., IluiniL-oputiiic Pliysiciau and Surgeon, Oilier, M ■<!tile Si reel, Neatly i>,i|><»<iie the New Church I emplc. 59 J. MATHEWS, IW£.D. Physician and Surgeon, Respectfully tender* his professional services to the in habitants of Bath and vicinity. Tr Office in Granite Block, Front Street. JTJt | cjiarlES BOOTHBY, M. T)., P !1 Y S I C I A \ *V SUltGEON. Office in Elliot House Block, Front St. T r Hr. B. will pay particular attention to Diseases of the Throat and bungs. 24 T. H. QUPEE^ DAGUERREOTYPE ARTIST, Rooms over Morrison's Carpet Store. DAGUERREOTYPES, 45 Front Street 45 Music Lessons. MISS J I’Ll A M. TALLMAN, will give lesion* ea Me Piano Forte and Organ. Bath, N’ov. 1S53. THOMAS P. L MAGOUJ, Toachor of IVExisic, H ill jive instruct inn on the Piano Forte and in flnrmoaf and Counterpoint. Residence at 1). C. Majoun’s, corner of High a.,d Oak Streets. lialli, Not. 1, 1853. ,f2* B . O . WEEK *7 Commission Merchant and Ship Broker, — DKAl.KK IN — Anthracite and Bituminous Coal. J. H. ALLEN &, Co, IMPORTERS, AND DEALERS I* 3Ail IB.C1T & STSEIi, Nails, ship Spikes, Wagon Axle Springs, &c. MeLelluti’s Wharf, Rath, Me. J. II. All™. Iy36 J. II. McLei.lar. ELISHA CLARKE DEALER IN Hooks,Stationery and Fancy Articles, School Books and Blank Books, Of all kinds, cheap for Cash. ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK. FRONT ST, Superior Coach, Furniture and Polishing Varnish. Foil dll It* i»y l lie <i|!>«cril)er u I in* «h«»p um liivcer n«r of V'adliiugion :uhI Ceill re st rcr*i Sia'ii “'•«* Carriage Painting, dildiug, draining, Ac. Balh rl unit. 1 s.> 1 S.C.SAWYF.R TYLER & WOOD, Ship Chandlers and Oroccrs, SIANUFAUTHUEIS OF PATENT CORDAGE, DKALGKS IN Anchors,Chaim, Cahles, Paint*. Oils, Bunli,^. Orkiim Tar, Pitch, Rosin, Arc., Ac. No.31 Burling Slip, NEW YORK. OWKN TYLEH, 11 HI FI'S H. WOOD. KENDALL, RICHARDSON & CV)M~ Ship I’lniidlers and Hardware Delivers, it FRONT ST ,BA1H, ME -jp S II I a* V A RV1H U EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE BT C. A. L. SAMPSON, BROAD STREET, HATH. H. Al. BOVEY, J'RAI.RR IN Hardware. Cutlert. Window Glass, and Carpenters’ Tools. FROM' STREET, BATH. 44 W . HAWTHORNE, M E It C II A N T TAILOR, AND dealer in Ready-Made Clothing. Hats, Caps, and Hints’ Furnishing Goods, NO till P/tO VT STREET. B I Til, ME. ALFRED T. ROBINSON, «UOLESALH AND RBYAIA DF.ALEK IS Groceries, Family & Ship Stores, Wear Sagadahock Ferry, If FRONT STREET, BATH 36 NICHOLAS NICIIOLS, Deputy Sheriff and Coroner, BATH, ME. i'ELEG WADSWORTH Mp^i«e' F*»e and Life Insurance Agent. Iy37*' 0V*r thP ArCh’ t lU°n Blo<*' Bath, M., , Aii Act FOR the regulation of ways dedicated to public uses. Skct. 1. No way heretofore opened and dedicated to lutdic use, and not already become a public way, »n<] .1(> fay hereafter dedicated to tiie public use, which ahull ho n either case less than two rials in width, throughout the entire length of the same, shall be required to be aiaintainrd l,ld '“‘■pt in repair hy any city or town, unless such way* iliall be laid out and established in the manner pietctibed t>y the Statutes of this State. f .** 11 “bull be the duty of the mayor and aldermeit „„ a‘!d "f tl,e select men of any town, and they safetv m il In "believer, and so long as llie public thl eutrances ^lnn ’" re<*wirt‘ Uto dirwt “,ld live cities or towns, entering *i‘hl,l.1,Je!r ing public way to tar cioSdnp oVvJmlf may be practicable and suitable to eWe n , iT”*?.8* the public against entering upon £ch w,?*1 8I‘d C“"“°n ir sucli entrance sh. lln ot be ch sed,. r notice .i„h ..., m. given aforesaid the city or town in winch «.Hh*:,y£ shall be liable for damages caused by any def-ets tberrul In the same manner as if such ways were duly feui established ; but notwithstanding anything in tin, „«t tained, the person or persons by whom such way ehall bC opened, and suffered to remain in an unsafe condition shall be liable to indictment or to action for damages ou account of any defect existing therein, before the same shall be duly laid out mid established. Sect. 3. If any person with the intention to prevent the % closing up of such ways* shall displace, throw down, or re move any fence, or other obstruction by which the entrance of such ways shall have been closed as aforesaid, he shall forfeit and pay a sum of not less than ten nr more than •ift.v dollars, for every such offence, to be recovered l y au action of debt, in the name, and to the city or town, within winch the offence shall lie committed. Si* t. 4. Nothing in ibis act contained shall discharge any city or town, or any person, from any liabilities in curred before the passage of the same, nor be a bar to any action or prosecution heretofore commenced, (Approved April 15,1S54.) List ok Ways is the City ok Batu That have not become public Way from Washington to Middle »t., by t. IJ. Trufant’s , nmith st., to Shepard st: M ashington to Middle st., by Jere. Robinson’s “ “ l,hWtl* »"“•* 8f ’l,y Mrs-Steams’ house > Front st. to Lombard's wharf) “ “ “ Ulackmer’s “ “ “ Front st. by G. Marston’s stable ; “ “ Washington to Middle st,, bv Lowville : “ “ Hath Hotel to Middle «t; “ “ f'entre st. to Vine st., by Longley’s house ; “ “ Washington st., front of L. Uougliton’s to Heath’s wharf; “ “ Middle to Franklin st., by G. W. Moulton’s ; “ “ Middle to Washington st., hy Isaac Crooker’s. “ “ Lincoln st. t<> Charles Russell’s ) “ “ Front st. to Ferry, by Hodgkins’ store ) “ “ “ “ “ “ Merritt & Robinson’s wharf t Courts—Turner’s Court ; Raymond’s Couit | Farrin Court, or place j Hodgkin’s Court, near the Gas M urks ; Hinckley’s Court) Sanford’s Court ; Lemoiu’s Court, from Winter st. South } Bennett’s Court, or Lane ; Court fr> in At ashington st., AVcst, South ) Tallman’s Street ; Fitts “ Continuation of Academy Street. City or Hath, November 11,1854. 11 ltSl ANT to nn or or of the Mayor and Aldermen, X hereby publish the loregoing Act, with a List of Ways, for the Information of the public—and hereby give notice, and caution the public against entering upon any Ways in this city which have not Income public ways, as the city wilt not he liable for any damages unused by any defer ts therein according to the provisions of said Act. Nov. 13. U. C. HAILEY,Mayor. 3w 32 NOW OPENING AT THK GRANITE STORE, TIIK LARGKST STCCK OF Fall Dry Goods EVER OFFERED IX THIS CITY. HAY ING been bought foreash, at forced inlei in New York, they will 1* offered at prices that will astonish t Our extensive stock consists of DRESS SILKS, “Plain Poult Di Soil,” Striped, Plaided and Figured, Rich Figured P.!k Silks; Brocade and Changeable Silks, in great Tarirty, Till BETS of every shade and variety; All Wool Plaid ThU bets very fine. All Wool IieUinen, Printed Persian Cloths, < ashmeres, Dehages, Mohair Lustre, for travelling dresses, Lyoneses, Alpaccas, Plain and Plaided Poplins, Gingham*, Ac, Ac. Slmtvls! Some very fine Vienna Long and Fqusr* Shawls, Bay State Long and Square; some beautiful style* embroidered Long Shaw ls, at unprecedented low prices; Misses’Shawls, in great variety; Gent’s Long Shawls, i< me very fine and entirely new styles. Our assortment of Shawls is very large, and we leel confident that, as regard* styles and prices, we can satisfy the most fastidious. ClotllH German and American Broadcloths, Fine Car. simeres, Heavy Beaver and Pilot Cloths, Satinet!*, Cash, meretts, Ermunetts, Fancy Doeskins, Ac. Also, Fin® ltlack Doeskins of superior color; I'nion Doeskin*, Tweeds, Ac, Ac. Flannel* ! Fine figured French Flannels; Blue Mixed, Twilled and heavy Indigo Blue Flannel*, Hosiery and Glove-. Our assortment of these article* was never so com plete as at present. Vesting of every style and qunlitv; Children’s Hoods, Ac, Ac. The above desirable assortment of Fall and Winter Good* will be offered at prices which cannot fail to be satisfactory to the purchaser! The public tire invited to fall and ex amine. OWEN A CO. The Gem of the Season! The Lady’s Almanac, for 1853, WITH FORTY ILLUSTRATIONS BY BILLINGS. Finely Bound in doth. Gilt, and Gilt Edge. Price only 2 5 Cents. THE CHEAPEST HOOK OF THE SEASON. The illustrations comprise the last Chapter in Provei K from verse 10; 1 welve hiitire Pa^f* fur the twelve month*} | Dr. Franklin’* Art of making Money Plenty, etc. Tobeisfiied early in December, ami sold by all l!ook« sellers ftiul Periodical Dealers. Do not fail to look at it* Also will be published, about the 18th of December, The Boston Almanac, for 1855. Containing a graphic Sketch of the Prominent Enterprise* of the Days A Statistical View of the Business Resources of Boston showing the vast productiveness of New Knglend industry, and the unrivalled position of Boston at the manufacturing centre of the I’nion 1 Pictorial Illustrations of the New State Jlouie, Interior Y lews of the Boston Theatre, the National Theatre. Modtl Houses, Exchange Block, and .Steamship YVharf, in Boston; the State Noimal School houses at Frnminghaiu and Salem, ami the State Almliouses at Tewksbury; The City, State and National Governments, with the New Legislature and the New Congress, Politically Classified with great care and accuracy : Together with a Complete Business Directory of the City, the Engraved Map of Boston, and all the requisite inform*, thru for tiie citizen or the stranger : The whole equal to a volume of 400 octavo pages; bu» compactly printed ami substantially bound in clothi and sold for Only Twenty-Five Cents. r.-ued annually, by DA MKELL A MOORE and GKOF, G| COOUDGK. Published by JOILX P. JEWETT Si CO., 117 YVashington S»rc*t, To whom all orders should tie addressed. 4wj4 Important to Ship Masters. YU E would cal' the ntte-lion of all .hip master, to • * Edm>ii\s new Double Acting Force l'uni|i, .. supe. rior to any tiling e‘ cr before ofl'ered to Ihe public for any and all nitimtions where a Foroe I’ump i. needed. ’I bey are especially recommended aa a ship’* Head Pump, a* they lake up very 1 tile spate, ami are le*« liable than any oilier pomp to get out of repair; which i* a very »* non* objection to the Pumps row in use. They will throw two streams of water if desired, and wilt do mors execution in case of lire than any oilier Pump of the site in use. One can he seen on hoard new ship AVm, M. Rog-rs, or Cay van's Water Boat, or at the store of the subscri. bet, sole agent for Rath. II L. CHAMBERLAIN, Roger. Block. Nov. 15. 1854. o*J Hr. UOMM/S SYRUP OF Ginseng and Malva. rpni8 Confound, now established in universal favor by it. great and acknowledged merit, i* used in every Family, and r commended by all physicians. This medicine is based upon a receipe procured in China by Dr. Cosine, the celebrated oriental traveller. Its won. tlerful properties for Purifying lit- Blood, and inallrom plaintsol a Rillious character, arc everywhere ackiiowj. edged. For Inflammation fcf the Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, and every disease of the vital organs, this great remedy is without a parallel.— For Coughs, Croup, Whooping-Cough, and all Diseases of the i liroat, il is a sure and prompt cure. It possesses the remarkable powei of Dissolving, Loosening and Removing, downwards, ail phlegm that may obstruct the throat, ami is without a question Ns. lure’s most pole t remedy for CONSUMPTION, and nil diseases that arise from Coughs and neglected Colds. It has cured Canker Halt Rheum, Erysipelas, ami Horofitla—diseases which have defied the power of other medicines have yielded to this. It ia pleasant and talatnble, as a Restorer of Appetite, it stands unrivalled. It has never been equalled as * Dyspeptic Itemedy, and fa Irritation of the Nerves, Lowtiexs of Spirits, or Ifesda-he. is a snrp cure. The i,(creating history of the Oinseng, Ac, to be had 1 he compound is contain d In QUART BCTTI.ES. " One Dollar per Bottle-Six Btfltle* for $.5.00, WILSON, FAIRBAXK & CO., '?<xvi!1|i0*'ri'er,rs’ ^°*' '**’ * A5 Hanover Hi reel, Boston. Wholesale a*e„ts for Maine, J DINSA OOR A HON, «kov Dugan. J j Also for Bf.le by the principal Druggists in the city l<"'1 ™"'"rv. ohm 22 The Piano Fortes OOLD by SAW A'KU 4 MAtiOl N are acknowledged to ^ be the best that »r- manufactured in the United Statist and the prices-are guaranteed to be as low as the lowest, lower—the quality of the Instumcnts taken into consider*, lion,) no matter what the Crt may he. And. as hereto fare, bey take second hand Instruments in exchange for new >ms, at fair rates. Sept. 26. ]| Young America-Hide Awake. JUST call in at the Btore of L. 8. FISHER whweyou*** ’ get just the Hat you want at a bargain- He has just eceived a rare stock. Sept. 26,18SH- 16