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Commerce of the United States.
The Secretary of the Treasury has completed the statutes of Commerce and NaTagation for the fiscal year ending June 30lh, 1855, and we find a summary of it in the Journal of Comnjerce*which remarks that "a careful study of it will afford the best possible relief for the foolish panic which has prevailed in some ports of oar country daring the last few weeks.” The Foreign Imports at all the porta of the United States, (including, of course, California and Oregon) for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1853, were $261,382,960. against $305,780,253 for' the preceding year, showing a decline of $44,397, 293. The total exports from the United States to foreign ports tor the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1855, were $275,156,846, against $278,141,064 for the preceding year, showing a decline of#on!v $3, 084,218. It will be seen from this, that while for the year 1854, the imports exceeded the exports $27,539.188—for the last year the exports exceed ed the imports $13,773,886. The tables show an increase, daring the last year, of $10,102,864 in the imports of tree goods, hat a falling off of $31.253,807 in dutiable mer etiandize, and $3,246,350 in specie. The course of the Import trade for the last three years is wor thy of especial notice. The year ending June 30, 1853, shows an increase over the previous year of $55,033,305, and the year 1834 showed an increase over 1853 of $37,801,606, making a gaiu of $92, 834,911 in two years. For the last year the de cline, as already stated, is $44,367,293, which brings the imitorts below the total for the year 1853-4. While the Imports for the last year have fallen below' even the total for 1632-3, the Exports are nearly forty-five millions greater than for that year.* Of the total Exports of Specie for last year $53,975,418 were of domestic production, and ^ $2,289,924 of foreign. The shipments of domes tic produce, exclusive of specie, were $22,406, 369 less than for the preceding year, while there is an increase of $4,497,231 in the exports of for eign produce, and $14,824,920 in the exports of specie. The imports of wool, above noted, consisted of 189,534,415 lbs, against $0,21)0,110 lbs. last year and 21,685,097 in 1853. The greatest falling off has been in piece goods, chiefly in clothes. Un der the heading of woolen shawls for the last year are included several descriptions of silk and wors ted mixtures, which last year went into the uu enumerated totaL The fulling oft* in the imports of cottons is very great and extends to all descriptions of goods.— The difficulty of separating printed cottons from other piece goods, has induced a change in the official statement, whereby all piece goods are in cluded in one total. Velvets of mixed materials are now classed with those all cotton. The decline in the imports of silks has been far less than in cottons, but a trifle greater than in woolen*. From the close of the fiscal year the compara tive increase in the exports has been still greater, the total for the quarter ending Sept. 30th being 6S.902.414 dollars, against 62,297,663 imports for the same period. From this date, however, the t imports will probably show a like comparative in crease. Uglll llOUMS. Onr attention hat twen railed m several articlea in some of the newspapers in New llruu*wick.aud the eastern pan of this State, in regard to actual or contemplated changes in the character of the Lights exhibited m the various Light Houses along the roast of Maine. I'heue papers complain that the imended changes will not he improve ment*—and tiegiu to prophecy disasters and shin wrecks iu consequence of them. The St. John News, alter specifying some of the alterations, says:— . * "These and 'other changes we learn are to be made at the suggestion of Lieut. Franklin, Light House Commissioner for that part of the coast.— We hope, however, that the Board w ho have the privelegc of making the alteration will pause and consider well what they are about to do. There is no telling what ruinous consequences a few months m ght effect, simple as the change tnav appear.’* We have taken some pains to ascertain how well grounded are the complaints, and have learn ed from Lieut. Franklin the nature and character of the changes made. We think they are such as must commend themselves to the good sense of every one. Petit Menan is to he a fixed light, varied by flashes. The centre of the light is 155 feet above the level of the sea. and the light is visible at least 17 nautical miles, as a fixed light; that is, there will be a light shown continuously, and the flash only adds to the powvr of this fixed light at regu lar intervals. This can hardly be mistaken for a revolving light, which has periods of daikness longer than the bright periods. Between Moose a-bec L. H. and Petit Menan Light House is situated Nashe’s Island L. II.. which now shtws a fixed red light. This is 5 miles from Petit Menan L. H. Narra -uagus L. II. is also about o miles from Petit Moran L. II., bot in a different direction. The necessity of changing the character of the Petit Menan L. II. arises from its proximity to these two, and in bad weather there is little doubt that there would have been more danger of mistaking Nashe’s Island L. H. for Petit Menan L. II., than there will. be ot mistaking the latter for Moose-a-bec L. II. after the contemplated change is made. The character of Baker’s Island light is to he changed also. The n essity for this arises from the fact that Bear Island L II. is only 3 miles from Baker’s Island I*. II., and has been mistak en for it. A vessel bound East would make Mt. Desert Iloek L. II. before she would see Baker’s Island light. This would enable her to shape her course for Petit Menan. If she misses Mt.Desert Rock L. II., and makes Baker’s Island L. II. first, the proximity of Boar Island L. II. would show' her that she had not made Petit Menan L. II.— There is already one Light House between Ba ker’s Island and Pc it Menan, and there is an up prop nation for another in Gouldsboro’, which will be built during the next season. The presence of these two lights will diminish the danger of mis taking Baker’s Island light tor Petit Menan light very materially, should any such dagger exist. i The change in the Cape Elizabeth Lights was made because there is no use in showing two lights i where one will answer the purpose. It is a well known fact that the old revolving light on the Cape was always seen by vessels some time he- | fore the 6xcd one. From the time a vessel first ; made it, till she came in sight of the fixed light, she could have no reason to know that she had | not made Wood Island Light, and therefore dur- , ing that time, if she had lost her reckoning, she i might readily mistake Cape Elizabeth for Wood ! Island. The Light at present on the Cape is very , different in its appearance from that on Wood Is- ( land, and the nearer the observer is to the Cape the greater is the difference. The changes of lights along the coast should be avoided as much as possible. But along the coast j of Maine nearly all the lights, until lately, have I been of the same character, and wrecks have oc- | curred in consequence of sameness. On this account it was necessary to make changes.—Slate of Maine. Later from Europe. The steamship Pacific arrived at New York on the 15ih ull. An extraordinary panic in England was oc casioned by rumors of a war with the United States, and that Mr. Buchanan had demanded his passports. Mr. Buchanan was obliged pub licly to contradict the rumor. The London Times, in a series of skillfully malicious editorials, started the subject, which, exaggerated by the Provincial press, speedily attained such dimensions that extras were is sued announcing that the American Minister had demanded his passports. General aston ishment and regret was elicted by this an nouncement, and energetic protests were heard against Government forcing the nation into so dangerous a war. Our Liverpool Agent telegraphed to his Ex ellency the American Minister, who promptly and courteously sent him the following explicit contradiction of the rumor : London night of 2d.—It is not true that the American . 'inisler has demanded his passports from the British Goveromeut. There is no foundation for such a report. Notwithstanding this, an uneasy feeling re mains in the public mind. Nothing important from the seat of war ex cept the return of the Allies from their advance to their former positions, in expectation of an attack from the Russians. Nevertheless it is unlikely that any further operations will lake place this season. Both armies are preparing for winter. Some trifling successes have been gained by the fleets, which hare now sailed towards the Gulf of Perekop. Military Visit.—The Bath City Grays visited this city on Thursday last. They at tracted much attention, and gave good evidence of skill in martial exercises.— Gardiner Journ al. To Prevent Bloomers.—The patent petti coat lifter is a great centre of attraction at the Crystal Palace. It is lhaa described : There are four small pulleys attached to the waist, undernealh the dress, over which are rove small cord, one end of which is attached, with diaper pins, Severally to the f^ont, rear and sides of the skirt, at about the height of the kr.ee. The other ends terminate in loops, which are led into the pockets on either side. If a lady wishes to go up stairs, she pulls loop No. t in the right pocket, and instantly the dress rises in front, so that the ascent is made with perfect grace. No. 2 in the left hand pocket elevates the rear in the same manner, and all pulled at once lifts all the skirt knee high! A stage fell in the yard of Messrs. Rog- i ers & Son on Saturday, precipitating several j workmen to the ground. Fortunately, but one 1 man was much injured,—Mr. Shea,—and he I not seriously. ICP A Jrc new ship, built by Gen. Jos. Berry & Son, Bowdoinham, was towed down ! to this city on Tuesday. Apples are so plenty on the Western lie- i serve, Ohio, that they are sold on the trees lor j ten cents per bushel. Horrible Murder.—On Sunday last a most shocking ailiir took place tn the upper part of this district. A son shot his father, and im mediately afterwards killed himself. The circumstances, as we have heard them, arc these :—B. M. Boon, the son of Daniel Boon, of this district, had been in altercation with his father shortly previous to his commission ot this deed. What was the cause of the quarrel, we have not heard. The consequence was, that he possessed himself of a gun in some way. and shot his father in the back, the load entering in the region of the back bone and between the shoulders. He then left the house, and near by, in an old field, in full | view from the yard, he succeeded in shooting himself, causing instant death. The father it is thought, cannot survive the terrible wound he has received.—Etlgcficld Adr. 3ft arriagf*. In this city, loth inst.,hy U--T J„hn 0 Piskr, Mr. James Dunk to Miss Mary Jane Barter, both of this city. In this city, lTih inn.. b> R. r. N Brooks, Mr. Kara P. Thomas to Alias Hannah J G «iM, both ol Anson. In Brunswick, Mr Aar .a Y Metcalf to Mias Sarah J. Coburn; Mr *». J. Cbaac of Frawport, to Mil* Almira B. Rogers of liar;* well. i In Bhelbynlle, III., Charles D. Lufkin, Esq., formerly of Brunswick, to Miss Lnria It South ol Sh. Il.yville, lu Hal...w ILTh ulcus ltil.lr.-th. M I), of lianliner, to Ann M Scares of Fsnuiiigdale. In K akland. Mr. E. B M .yoof llallowel!, to Miss Sarah L Rissl of B. lu An.-usta. Phmeas M rr II, Jr., of R aitli.'ld, to Miss ' Kill Jwth M Pal I tanks «t Winthn-p; Albert 11 Gardiner 10 Miss Susan Church. In Gardiner. Mr. William Plummer to Mis* Sarah A. Thayer, b ith of Dresden. . ] In PUtstuu, Mr. 1-aac II. Marson to Miss Helen J.Wheel- i cr. In TV mas- .... Mr. Warren J Shil-ies ofT. to Miss Ann llrl. r ,.f Cu-l • Mr Sylrester Hahn of Waklobiro to Miss Mary 11. Shibk-l of T. Ihatjjs. In this city, 15th inst., Ch is. S. son of Daniel Marston, aged 16 year? ami 10 months. In tais city, 13th inst.. Miss Mercy Moody^ed 83years; I loth, child <»f Jeremiah Donahue, aged 5 days. N In West Bath, 15th inst., Humphrey Aubens, aged 42 years. In Woolwich, 15th inst., Mrs. Sarah E. Tibbets, aged 23 years. In Ilallowcll, Mrs. Eleanor E. Cummings, aged 27 years 4 months. In Dresden, Mrs. Mary S., wife ofCapt. Samuel C. Loud of Orrington, Maine, and daughter of Rev. Daniel Clarke of the East Maine Conference, aged 21 years. In Brunswick, Mrs. i’auiina Heed, wile of Mr. EHis B. Thomas; Francis,son of F. Weymdhth, aged 4 years. In Rockland. Liniiold, infant son of Melvin ;uid Ellen Doe, aged aged 3 months 10 days;Ann J..daughter ofCapt. t Josiah ami Caroline Getchell, aged 19. In Topsham, Samuel R. Jameson, aged 6 years 10 mos. In Lewiston, Gen'I John W. Smith, formerly of Portland, aged 75 years. In Gardiner, widow Sarali Ayers. On board steamer Sierra Nevada, Sept. 14th. on her pas sage from Sau Francisco,George W. C. Fairservice of Aina, Me, aged about 25. In Augusta, 12th inst.. Mrs.Susan J. McFadden of this city, aged 23 years. EASTEKW TIMES ■iSk II lill.iiii J80im._« Stinson & Co., No. 5 Long Wharf, Boston, are Agents for the L nion Link of packets from Bath to Boston. Capt. Stinson is favorably known as an experienced merchant and shipmaster, formerly of this city. All business entrusted toliim will lie attend.*d to with promptness and despatch. ARTHUR DONNELL, Agent for Bath. P#BT or BATiia. ARRIVED. Nov 15, sch Samuel Lewis, llayncs, Boston. 16, Br sch Biunswick Lion, Crafts, St John, N II. 17, sch Geo Davis, Pink ham, B istou. 19, sch St Marys, Sylvester, Boston. 20, sch Convoy, Williams, Boston. CLEAKED. Not 13, brig Geo Stock ham, Oliver, Savannah. 17, sch Kaloolah, Norton, Key West. 17, Br sch Andrew Sprague,Md?uriiie,Parrsboro,NS. 17, Br sch Meander, Marsters, Windsor, X S 19, brig W&ndeser, McCarty, Westport. 20, brig Edward, Hawley, Cuba. 19, bug Shibboleth, Morton, Jacksonville. 20, sell Bunganuc, Fleiciier, New Bedford. DISASTERS. Soli Garland of St Joint, from Boston, bound for St John light went on to ‘/Hypocrite Uocks" near mouth ofSbipseotR iver, night of loth inst, ami will be a to ! tal low: the wtnwtdateseh'AHnof Bo-ton,from Ban gor for Weymouth, Ala-s., with lumber, went on to! * airs Rock** and will be total loss—part of cargo was saved. DOMESTIC PORTS. Holme's Hole Nov 17—Ar sclir Diadem, Black, ! for Path. Boston—Cld 17th. Hy Freeling, Bowler, Augusta; Guardian 1’arsons Bowiloinh m; Racel Beals, Beals, I l’eiu Snow, do Sim on S: Co. New Orleans—»-*v- ld 8tb,ship Cynosure, Pray, Liv er noof. Holmes Hole, Nov 14th—Ar sell Star, Huc.ins, . I’rovidenc • for Hath. province-town, Nov 13—SM; brig Ilera’d, (from Lath Dennis. B st n—( Id 14th, Gen Scott, Mer ill, Card ner. Mobile—Ar 5>h, by tel, barque Penj Adams, Merry man, Aspimva‘1. Savanah—At 9th. ship Chattahooeheo.Mnsson,Bath; ('has S I’ennell, Melcher, Portland [and cld same day I for New Orleans); brig E Baldwin, Montgomery. W£s- ! rasset. Norfolk—Ar 10th, R L & A Stuart, Lozier, Balti more for Hath. Batimore—Cld 13, ships Germania. Wood, Havre; Stephen Larrabee Grav London; sld ship Escort. Newport—In port 13th, Mar. lluckins, from Provi dence for Bath. WiscAS.sr.T-Ar 13th, schs Moses Eddv, Fouthard; [ Jasper Shortwe 1 ; John, Colby; 5?II Pool, Hines,and Imjiorial. Cunningham, Boston Portland—Ar in the Ro (Is, I3th, Evelina, Boston for bath. Gloucester—Ar 10th, Solon, Augusta for Nantuck et. FOREIGN PORTS. Ar at Havana Sth, ship John S Harris. Mack, from Cardiff, Sept 11th; sld 5th. barimes Gen Taylor, Adams, Baltimo e; in p rt 8th. ship Neptune, Buchelder. Sld from Marseilles. 25th, ship Gauntlet, Borland. Singer’s Sewing Machines. These machines have long sustained the highest re. uta tation in the United States. Thk first prize-a gold medal—has recently been awarded to them at the great Exposition at the Palace ot Industry in Paris, and thus they have the World’s verdict of superiority. Great improvements have just been added, so that they run without noise, with ease to the operator at double the ordinary speed, so that Twice as much work can be done in a day. The greatest clothing anti shoe manufacturing establish ments in the country use these machines exclusively. They are competent to perforin every sort of work in the most perfect style. As there are very great numbers of inferior or entirely worthless sewing machines of the Lerow & Blodgett, Avery, Wilson, Grover A Baker, and other patents, which have been sold,but cannot be used to any advautage, we hereby offer to receive all such machines, and also unimproved ones of our own manufacture, is exchange for new and latest improved machines, on liberal terms. All old ma chines thus obtained by us will be broken up and destroyed. For particulars apply by letter or personally at our New York Office. ‘ N. B—Local Agents wanted to make sales of our im proved sewing machines. To persons properly qualified for the hairiness, a rare opportunity for profitable and pleasant employment is offered. I. M. SINGl-R & CO., Principal Office, 323 Broadway, New York. ’ BRANCH OFFICES: 47 Hanover St.,Boston. 142 dies is .:f?U£?elphia' 105 Baltimore SL, Baltimore. 233 Walnut St Cincinnati. 18)* St. Charles St., New Orleans. Gloversville, N. Y. 334 Broad St., Newark, N. J. 3m23 FOR TEN DAYS THE Stock of SILKS at the Auction Store of the subscri ber, will be offered at PRIVATE SALE for TEN DAYS, at TWKVTV-FIVE PER CENT. DIS COUNT FROM THE COST OF IM PORTATION. A large lot of other desirable goods at about the same rates. J. T. GILMAN. Bath, Nov. 19, 1855. 23 Batten Library Association. TUB annual meeting for the choice of officers, Ac., will be held at the Library Room on Monday evening, Novem ber 20th, at 7 o'clock. A full attendance of members is requested. Bath, Nor. 19, 1855. K. S. J. NEALLY, Sec’y. Skates! Skates! A LARGE and good assortment of Fancy and Common Skates for sale by II. M. BOVBY, Nov. *20. Front Street, Bath. Mess Pork. Jr ST received from Montreal; a small parcel extra quality Mess l’ork. Nov. 20. McLELL AN, DENNIS A CO. OPRING and Bay Fish, Mackerel. Tongues and Sounds, O Halibut's napes aud Fins, Herring in boxes, Ac., for sale by MoLELLAN, DENNIS A CO. Commissioners’ Notice. T1IE subscribers having been appointed by the Honor able Judge of Probate for Lincoln County, commission ers, with full power to receive and examine all the claims of the several creditors to the estate of Lydia D. Babb, late of Bath, deceased, do hereby give notice that six months are allowed unto the said creditors to bring in their claims and prove their debts, for which purpose the undersigned will be in session at the store of Jeiemiah Rob inson, in Bath, on the fiftt Monday of December 1855 and February, April and May of 1856 at one o’clock P. M. Dated at Bath, this 20th day of November, A. D., 1855. JEREMIAH RO UNSON, 3w23 EDWARD C. HYDE. French Spoliation. 1MIOSE persons interested in the passage of a bill for the adjustment and Satisfaction of claims for French Spolia tions. prior to 1800, in Phipsbnrg, Bath and the towns ad joining, are requested to meet at Bath ou the twenty fourth day of November instant, at t ie Hotel of Cyrus Plummer at eleven o’clock, A. M., to deliberate on such action as may subject before the Congress of the United States, the coming winter. JOHN F. MEREEN. l’er request of several who are interested in said claims. BATH LYCEUM. aUIE opening lecture will be delivered at the CITY II ALL, a ou TUESDAY evening, December4th, at 7 o’clock, by Bayard Taylor of Y. York, Sirt>j«*ct—“Thr Arabs," to be followed, on successive Wednesday evenings, by the following gentleman: — Rev. II. W. Bellows, D. D. of New Y’ork. 44 Rufus W. Clark, D. I>. of East Boston. 44 Hugh 8. Carpenter, of Poiiland. 41 Frederick 11. Hedge, I). D. of Providence It. I. 44 Francis Vinton, 1>. D. of Brooklyn N. Y\ 44 R. S. Storrs, Jr. I). D. of “* “ 44 Geo. W. Brthune, D. 1>. of “ »* 44 Prof. F. I). Huntington, D. D. of Cambridge 44 T. Starr King, of Boston Ralph W aldo Emerson, Esq. of Cencord, Mass. 44 Joseph P. Thompson, I). D. of New York 1 Oliver Wendell Holmes, M. D. of Pittsfield, Mass. ! Tickets for sale at SAWYER A MAGOUN’S Bookstore at the following rates, 21 tickets for $3,—and for any additional number, at the same rate. Single tickets 15 cents. Per Order of the Curators, Bath, Nov. 14, 1855. E. S. J. NEALLY, Sec’y. Auction Sales T) Y J. T. GILMAN, will hereafter be regularly on TUES l> DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY Evenings of each week. November 11. Plaid Thibets. \ LL Wool and Bay State PLAID THIBETS, for sale by -V NOV. 11. J. T. GILMAN. Lard. Jl ST received per ochoouer I’eru from New York, 20 , casks Leaf Lard. For sale at Boston price. Oct.6. McLELLAX, DENNIS & CO. | Baltimore Flour. T FST received per steamer Win Jenkins, via Boston, 400 I »* bbls Extra, Family and Howard St. Flour. Oct. 8. McLELLAX, DKXNIS & CC. Bounty Laud Warrants. 1 C1ASII and the highest price paid for Bounty Land War / rants by o4tf SAMUEL i). KEEP. ' Sugars. PORTO Rico, Muscavado, Havana, Light Brown, Crushed and Coffee Crushed sugars,forsale by 19u JOHN H. McLELLAX. Fancy and Common Skates, Ij*OR sale by U. M. BOYEY. | Nov. 20. IMPORTANT NEW THE DESTRUCTSON OF THE Army & Navy OF iei.'O’ssXjAl Is of little consequence to the citizens of Bath apd vicinity, com pared with the fact, that the sub scriber is selling his stock of CLOTHING, mts ah null ns, BROADCLOT IIS, PANT A LOON ERY, Vestings of all descriptions, AT A Great Discount from j the usual prices ! lie will sell his stock of HE “T 3 At a Great Sacrifice ! being determined to close them out ffITHOIT HESARE TO COST! in order to make room for his CUSTOM This department will be prompt ly and faithfully attended to. Gen tlemen in want of the latest and most fashionable styles of gar ments, will find it for their inter est to call, as the subscriber will guarantee to furnish as handsome a garment (both in workmanship and style) as can be furnished by any establishment in Boston or New York, and at two-thirds the cost! Give ;ne one call, gentlemen, and satisfy yourselves. N. B. The cutting of gentle men’s and youth’s garments, to be made out of the shop, will be promptly attended to, and Cloths and Trimmings furnished at the lowest cash prices. CHARLES POOLE, Merchant Tailor, AND DEALER IN CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING, AND Furnishing Goods of all descriptions, Store next north of Z. HYDE <5f CO., Front Street, Bath. HARRISON'S flavoring extracts,via-. Peach.Lemon, Rose, Nutmeg and Vanilla, for sale by M. F. GANNETT. Apples. Q BI^. Baldwin, Bellflower and sweet Apples, for sale ■60 by M. t. GANNUTT. Nor.fl, 1855. 21 S. D. HALEY TNFORMS his numerous friends and the public generally, 1 that he has now on hand and will constantly keep for •ale at the lowest cask prices, the largest stock and greatest variety of House and Cabin Furniture, to be found on the Kennebec. His stock consists in part of Chairs, Tables, Bureaus, Sofas, Looking Glasses, What nots, Bedsteads, Ac., Ac., in great variety, Spring Beds, Feathers, Matrasses, Sinks. 4c., 4c. Ship Furniture of superior style & finish. Also, Ship's Wheels, Capstans, 4c., on liand'and manu factured to order. Connected with his store is a Urge man ufacturing establishment, where all kinds of sweep and Lett sawing, veneering and planing will be done to order. Stair Posts and Rails, aud all kinds of Turning done in the best manner, at short notice. Also, all kinds of Cabinet Makers' stock for sale. Ready made Coffins constantly on hand. S. D. HALEY, Front Street. Path, Nov. 14,185>. Iv22 Remnants DeLaines. ONE case. Very desirable, rec’d by J.T. GILMAN. Sept. 24. Beautiful DeLaines. ONE case, assorted styles, very rich and very low priced, received by J.T. GILMAN. All Wool Shawls. A FEW very large, fine, rich All Wool Plaid Shawls, drab ground, received by J.T. GILMAN. Domestic Goods, OF all kinds, just opened by J.T. GILMAN. Sept. 24. Anction and Commission Store. THE undersigned, having taken the Store formerly oc cupied by 8. C. Sawyer, Wilkinson’s Block, Broad Street, Bath, Me., is prepared to receive consignments of Household Furni ture, Dry Goods, Wanlware, Books and Merchandise of all kinds and descriptions, to be sold at auction or private sale. Liberal cash advances made if required. All business entrusted to me will secure prompt atten 9tf A. W. BECKWITH, Auctioneer. New Fall Silks! TI received from New York new and beautiful striped, »» plaid and plain dress silks from 12 1-2 to 25 cents per j’anl less than usual price. Please call. November 6. 21 OWEN A CO. New Dress Silks. TU8T received at the Granite Store, a good assortment of tf plaid, striped and plain silks; also black, figured and Ain silks; in endless variety. OWEN A CO. Oct. 2. Paris Shawls. ONE box imitation C. 11. Paris shawls, now opening at the Granite Store. Please call and examine. Oct. 2. OW KN A CO. New Fall Goods. V OW opening at the Granite Store, a large stock of New ' and desirable Fall Gjqds at lower prices than at any time before this season. Purchasers are invited to call and examine goods and prices OWEN A CO. November 6. 21 Notice. \LL persons indebted to the late firm of W. H. A- J. H. McLELLAN, are hereby notified that all demands that are not settled before the first of December next will he left with an attorney for collection. Bath, Oct. 81. ’ ot:\v20 Congress Boots. JI’ST received, a lot of Ladies’ Cloth, Kid and Enamelled Congress Boots, at a low price, by J. W. ROBERTS. I July 24. 6 I Ladies Boots. AFRESH lot of Ladies Colored Boots, just received and will be sold at a low price by J. W. ROBERTS. July 24. 6 Starch. HENRY RWNOLDS k CO’S., *‘extra premium Pearl starch,” an excellent article. Also, Satin Laundry Starch for sale by M. F. GANNETT. Oct. 8, 1855. 17 Prices Reduced ! IV EW Goods jus! opened. ^ ’ Ladies Gaiter Boots, $1 to $2 Gems I'alf “ 3 “ 4 A good assort men t of Fancy Boots 4c., for sale by June 19. ol L. S. FISIIER. “SAL'S 1 000 UHDS. CADIZ SALT in Store, and forsale by ^ Bath, Feb. 13, J855. 34tf D. & L. PATTEN. ~ CORN. /l OfiO BUSHELS, arrived this day from Norfolk, in xd/wl/ schooner Lagrange, now dischaiging at Rail road Wharf, and for sale by D. * L. PATTEN. May 26 50 Guardian’s Sale. BY virtue of a licence from the Probate Court, I shall sell at auction on the premises, on the eighth day of Decem ber next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, all the right ot Em ma J. Corliss, John C. Corliss aud Joseph F. Corliss, m a i piece of land situated on Middle Streat, in Bath, and bound ed west by said street, south by my lot, east by the rail- [ road, and north by land of John Cornish. Nov. 7ih, 1855. 21 JOSEPH U. SNOW, Guardian. Deal Freights - A T highest current rates c m be obtained at all times il on application to C. C, DUNCAN 4 CO. * 117 Wall St., N. Y New Invest]ion. HUNT’S Patent Papier Mac he Dickeys, just received at GROUTS. Price only 6 cents Call and look at them. Ladies’ Gaiters. JUST received by the subscriber, a large lot of Ladies’ Gaiters, which will be sold at prices which can’t be beat. Bath, Aug. 29.1855. 11 WM. MATHEWS. Ancle Tics. \good assortment of Womens Goat and Pat nt Leather Ancle Ties for Misses can be found at July24. 6_J. W. ROBERTS. Moila and Wine Crackers. Ij'RESH and nice, just received and forsale by 19o _JOHN 11. McLBLLAN. Rem oval. 11FNJ. OWEN hereby informs his friends and customers I) that he has removed to the building on the corner of Elm and Water Streets, where he will attend to orders in the line of Blouse and Sliip Painting, Gla zing and Paper Ilangiii;;. Having had many years experience he flatters himself that his work will prove satisfactory to those who may fa vor him with their patronage. Bath, May 16,1S55. tf48 Bounty Land for Soldiers of the Mar of 1812. BY a recent act of Congress, all Soldiers who served four teen days or upwards in the war of 1812, are entitled to 1 One Hundred and sixty acres. All persons who on a former application have received a less amount are entitled to the balance. Claims presented and warrants obtained by BRONSON A SEWALL. Coffees. OLD .T iva Central American, Maracaibo, Rio Sc Cape j Coffees. Also a first-rate assortment of Ground Cof- ! fees, by retail and bv the box. For sale by ISo ' JOHN H. McLELLAN. j Magnolia Mills Fancy Flour, n EC K Ell’S Farina, Buckwheat Flour and Wheat Groats just received by M. F. GANNETT. Nov. 6,1S55. 21 Groceries, Groceries. A FRESH stock just received at IIYDE A BOW MAN’S Grocery Store, and which will be sold as low as the lowest. Goods delivered within the limits of the City free of cost. o4w20 Ballast for Sale. OHO TONS handsome Sea Ballast, for sale by the ?ub ~UV / scribers. LOWELL & SMALL, j Eeb 23 38 Fruit! Fruit!! and Vegetables! A LL the varieties of the season received by ttfe steam l\ boat every trip. For sale at the store of the subscriber, corner of Front street and Sagadahock Ferry wharf. Bath, July 10,1855. ALF. T. ROBINSON. State of Maine. LINCOLN, 88.—At a Probate Court held at Wiscasset on the bth day of November, A. D. 1855. ORDERED, That Mary E. llathorn, Administratrix of the Estate of Joseph J. llathorn, late of Rich mond in said county,deceased, notify the heirs at law and creditors of said deceased and all persons interested, that an account of Administration on the Estate of said de ceased, will be offered for allowance at a Probate Court at Wiscasset, on the 1st .Monday of December next, at ten o’clock, A. M., when and where they ma\ he present if they see cause. Notice to be given by publishing an attested copy of this Order in the Easteru Tmes, pub lished in Bath, in the county of Sagadahoc, three weeks successively before said Court of Probate. Given under my hand this fifth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five. ARNOLD BL.VNEY, Judge of Probate. Copy Attest, E. Foote, Ja., Register. o3w2> To Honoiable Arnold Rlaney, Judge of Probate withm and for the County of Lincoln. MAKY E.HATHOkN, Administratrix ofthe Estate of Joseph J. llathorn, late of Richmond, formerly in said County, deceased, respectfully lepreseuts. That the Personal E-tate ofthe -aid deceased is not sufficient by the sum of six thousand Dollars, to answer h.s just d bis and charges of Administ ration: she therefore prays that she may he empowered and licensed toseP a d convey 8o much of the Real Estate of the said dcc-asrd as may be sufficient to ra.se the sum with incidental charges. Mary e. iiathorn. LINCOLN, 88.—At a Probate Court held at Wiscasset within and for the County of Lincoln, on the oth day of November, A. D. 1855. ON the foregoing Pali lion, Ordeitd, That the said Pe titioner give notice to all persons interested in said Estate, that they may appear at a Court of Probate to he holden at WistAsset, within and for said Comity, on the first Monday of December next, by causing a copy of said Petition, with this Order, to be published in the Eastern Tunes, a newspaper printed at Bath, formerly in said County, three weeks successively* previous to Court. ARNOLD BLaNEY, Judge of Probate. Attest: B. Foots, Js., Register. A true copy. Attest. E. Foots, Jr., Register. o3w2$ To (he Ladies. MISS E. DONNELL, see pew sod Sb:tt,Twbox’s new block, Wuh ington, ne«r Oentfe Street, where .he ha. on hand abd will keep constantly Tor sale a good aracrtment of Millinery. Dress and Fancy Goods, all of which will be sold at the lowest prices for cash. Her stock of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Laces, &c., is large and fresh, and ladies will do well to call and ex amine before purchasing elsewhere. Miss D. is prepared to manufacture Bonnets, in the latest style, and to Order. Also, Dresses cut and made in the most faithful manner and in the latest style. Bath, Oct. 17,1865. _IS Fashionable Millinery. TUST received at MRS. ROUSE’S, Centre St- a large •f stock of NEW MILLINERY, EMBROIDERIES, HO SIERY and GLOVES, which will be sold at the lowest pri ce*. A large stock of Lining Silks, all colors, very low; some choice Dress Silks. Mrs. Rouse has just returned from Boston and New York, with the latest novelties in making and trimming Bonnets, and will be pleased to fill orders as fast as jmssible. Bath, Nov. 6. 21 New Millinery! Mrs. ROUSE, Centre St., HAS just received an elegant assortment of Ribbons, Flowers, Embroideries, &c., Fall Styles Ladies lllats, very charming. The best mdliners only employed, and all work entrusted, superintended by herself. Straws bleached to look as well as new, at the lowest price, being all done at a straw manufactory. A good assortment of Dress and Cloak trimmings and buttons. Mrs. Rouse grateful for the very large share of pat ronage. with which she has been favored the last two years, will still attempt to merit R, by sparing no pains to picas* her customers. N. B. A good assortment of Mourning constantly on hand. Bath, Oct. 1. 16. CARPETINGS. TI1E subscriber would respectfully call the attention of purchasers to a new and fresh assortment of Carpets, consisting of Velvet, Tapestry, Brussels, Three-ply and Insrain. ALSO, FLOOR-OIL CLOTHS, &c., all of which will be sold at the lowest cash prices at the Carpet Store of D. KELLY, Bath, Oct. 10.1855. 17tf under the Sagadahock House. WINDOW SHADES — AND — CURT AIN FIXTURES OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. CORDS, TASSELS, LOOPS, GIMPS, &C. Gilt Cornices, Bands, Fins and Hooks. S. W. HEATH. Bath, October 9. 3wl7 NEW GOODS, JI/8T RECEIVED AT BALLOU’S SAGADAHOCK CLOTHING! —AND— OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE, COATS. PANTS, VESTS, Hats dts Caps, together with a good assortment of FURNISHING GOODS, all of which are highly Fashion able, and will be sold at exceedingly LOW PRICES. J. BALLOU. Dath, Sept. 25, 1355. Just Received. At the Head of McLellan’s Wharf, By John II. .TlcliCllan, A LARGE, Fresh and complete assortment of Family il Fancy Groceries, Provisions, dec., which he offers for sale as low if not lower than they can he purchased iu the city, for (ash. Purchasers are iuvited to call a:;d examine. 19o Provisions. PORK, Beef, Hams, Lard, Spring Codfish,Pollock Fish, Oils, assorted Soaps, dec. Just received by 19o JOHN II McLELLAN. Spanish^ Olives. PICKLES by the jar or gallon, Sardines, Ketchups, Extracts Peach, Lemon and Vanilla Olive Oil, Jelly, Prunes, Sultana Raisins, Verinacelli, Maccaroui, Cust ard Flour, Isinglass, Irish Moss, Ac., Ac., for sale by l9o_ JOHN II. McLELLAN. Corn and Flour. Per sc/u. Sallyfaiger and Chance, * BUSH. Mealing Com; \J 275 bbls. Fancy and Extra Flour; for sale by Sept 4. McLELLAN, DENNIS k CO. Steam! F)R Sale, two Twelve Horse Horizontal Steam Engines, in good repair. Terms easy. ELMES A TEIiBETS, Aug. 23. 10 Commercial ."t. Iron Works, Bath, Me. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO.’S Boston Business Directory. The following List of Cards was collected by S. M. Pet 'tkngili. k Co., Newspai»er Advertising Agents, No. 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized by the publishers of the best anil most widely enterlatkd Newspapers, throughout the United States and British Provinces, to take advertisements and subscriptions attheir lowest hates. hostox fall card, no. i. T. C. WALES & CO , BCV AND NELL Boots. Shoes mid Leather, XT FOR CASH ON LY. J3 29 Pearl Street, (lower Floor,) Neur Milk, fy~r “No fifteen per cent, for bail debts.” JT1 AUGUSTUS' DICKSON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Doors, Sashes and Blinds, | Glazed Windows, Fence Pales, Stair Balusters, Framing Pins, &c., Ac., constantly on hand. No. 25 Charlestown Stieet, Opposite Boston A Maine R. R. Depot, Boston. DR. PHELPS’ TRUSSES. 11 HE great number of radical cures of Hernia within the last few years, by the use of Dr. J. W. Phelps’ spiral Spring Trusses, has given them the preference over all oth ers. His apparatus for the correction and cure of all kinds of deformities, are used at the Massachusetts General Hos pital, and are recommended by the first surgeons in Europe and America. At the sign of the Golden Eagle, 6S Tremont Street, Boston Engine, Boiler, Tank and Sheet Iron. A great variety of dimensions constantly on hand. Penn. Boiler and Locomotive Iron; orders for which will be promptly executed by the Manufacturer’s Agent,—also, Foundry and Forge Pig Iron. HENRY A. AYLING, 92 and 94 Water Street. J. P. & F. L. HAMLEN, Pattern and Model Makers, I No. 2 Andover Street, Opposite the Eastern R. R. Depot. Boston. Bounty 3aand» ! The highest cash price paid for I • land warrants, by j LEVI T. PRESCOTT A Co., No. 31 Exchange St., Boston. Who also procures them. Gold Loaf! GOLD UKO.NZK and GOLD FOIL, Manufactured by JAMES P. TOLVlAJf, 16 Harvard Plaee, Opposite Old South Church, Boston. SPEAKING TUBES. With all the improvements, fitted and put up by _SETH XV. FULTjER, dbxjXj iiakt&eh, No. 25 Devonshire Street, Boston. J. 1*111 LB KICK'S Book and Stationery Store, No. 62 Hanover Street, Under the American House, Boston. ALL new books rceived as soon dS published, which with our usual immense stock of standard and miscellane ous books, comprising all the varieties in ancient and mod ern literature, present the largest assortment in the city.— Particular attention given to furnishing publid and private libraries, at the very lowest rates. Country dealers and , others are respectfully invited to call before purchasing elsewhere. Also, a splendid stock of Letter Cap, Bill and Note Papers, Envelopes, Blank Books, Ac. Or ders for books respectfully solicited, and good bargains warranted. LAND WARRANTS* (40, 80, 120 or 160 Acres,) Bought at the highes't cash price, by JOHN E. M . GILLEY. 18 Congress Street, corner of Post Office Avenue, Boston. Cancers Oan. be Cured. Me ro I ii la CAN BE CUKED ! And other diseases which have baffled the skill of our best nlursicians can be cured so as to “stay cured,’’ by • DR. R. GREEN. SCIENTIFIC INdlAN PHYSICIAN. 2 No. 36 Brora field Street, Boston. * Consultations personally or by letter, free of j charge. s. O. SIMPKINS. Ko. 132 State Street,(Nearly opposite Broad 8treet,)Boston. Offers at Wholesale and Retail a large assortment of Eng lish and American Stationery, for the Counting House, School and Family use. SUPERIOR ACCOUNT BOOKS, Of the best materials, ruled aud bound to any pattern de sired. PKin'lNO. Bill Head,, Notes, Checks, Owls, circulars, ic., printed at short notice. Pettengill’s Business Directory. BOO T S A N I) S H OE s C. Sc M. COX, Wholesale Dealers in Boots, Shoes and Leather 4*2 and 41 Pearl Street, Dave on hand a stock of the best manufacture, which they will sell at the lowest prices in the maricet, for cash. WARNER’S Patent Curvelinenr Sawing 7 Machine. This machiue was designed to accom plish for sawing what Blanchard’s invention lias done for turning. Two saws, hung upon snivels, and guided by a pattern,' with a self-feeding movement, enable the workman to cut any irregular shape with perfect ease and accuracy. There is no branch of wood*wurk but may be hy this novel yet simple machine. It will cut 0 G pillars, Gothic aud Roman window-head**, chair stuffs, pi ano and me lodeou legs, twisted stair rails, either circular orellipUc, plow-beams, follows. Ac. A larger niMhlne can curacy tlmber lo ttnJ* required pattern, with perfect ac tlnn milt",1” an''‘>lh<,rt who are interested in this in,en 3 MITU li»l>Plying tu WARNER A hnii.i’u,!,! .^"‘Fton street, Boston, who are prepared ties or states?*11 mac,llnes’ or to dispoae of rights for coun Gnewf these tnnertun s will be in operation at the Iuven tors exhibitions in Boston, October 22. Bulbous Flower Hoots. IIOVKY A Co., 7 Merchants' ™ to„, n."TJU,trr,V':1; f - *°"«uplete assortment of all the most beautiful sorts ufHyaciuUia,TuUpa Narcissus Lilies, Crocus, Jonquils, Iris, Crown Imperial* Snow Drops, Ac., Ac., also many other kinds of buibs suitable for planting in October and November. ^ liberal discount made to dealers. LAND WARRANTS~ Bought at the highest cash price, by IIOR A T I O WOO E> M X N , 2o Railroad Exchange, Court Square, Boston. \\ ho also proeures them. To DiiKiiciTi'olypc Artists. JOHN KAWYKH & CO.. 1'23 W ashiugtoii Street, (Up Stairs,) Have every description of !)agucrrcoty|ie Goods at the low est cash prices, wholesale aud retail. Orders promptly at tended to. Agents for the celebrated MH. B.” and “J. F. S.” Plates. KU B B E H G OjO D S , “ In all their varieties, Garments, Sheetings, Toys, Combs, Foot Balls. &e., ALFRED HALE 4* CO., 12 Brorafield Street, Boston. Pianofortes and Mclodeons ! Fok Sals and to Lkt. Every variety of Siyle and with a deduction of rent in case of purchase, at 1K1V u OLIVER mTSON’S, 115 W ashington Street, Boston. The Music Book of the Season ! bakers church music. We are now prepared to fill our orders fortius valuable work, which is spoken of in the highest terms by all niu siciaus who have examined it. JOHy P. JEWETT (f CO., Publishers, 117 Washington Street, Boston. _ _ NATHAN H ASKINS, iVIacliiiio iJroliorp Nos. 49 A 51 Haverhill,and 9, 8,7 A 6 Traverse Sts,uoston. Steam Engines and Boilers, New aud second-hand MACHINERY of all descriptions and prices, bought aud sold. GRECIAN FAINTING: Engravings and Artist’s Materials. Just published, complete directions for Grecian Painting, so that any person can learn themselves. Constantly on hand, complete sets of Materials, in boxes, for the art, in cluding directions, also a splendid variety of Engravings, and Artist’* Materials. Teachers and the trade supplied on the most liberal terms. GKO. 11. DREW, 270 Washington Street, Boston. J• iv- »MITH & CO., Merchant Tailors, And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Superior Heady-Hade Clothing:, and Gentlemen’s Furnishing Goods. _Dock Square, Corner of Elm Street, Boston. PRINCE & CO.’s MELODEQNS, YITITII their new patents. Ofevery variety, from $45 to »» $150. suitable for tlie parlor, lecture room, lodge room or small church. Believing them to be better in tone, more durable, and better finished then those of any other make, they have accepted the agency, and keep for sale only those manufactured bv Prince *k Co. G. P. REED & CO., Wholesale Agents, 13 Tremont Street,opposite the Museum. P. S. Purchasers will consult their own interests by ex amining the above, as a new patent divided swell has been lately introduced without additional expense. J. BUFFUM. Publisher and wholesale dealer in BOOKS AND STATIONERY, No. 23 Cornhill, Boston. XT J- B. publishes “Leavitt’* Fanners’ Almanac,” which is now ready for 1S56. ~~ CARPETINaS. Carpeti: and \V indow Shades, at great oargains at P. MARTINS, _ Ml Hanover Street, Boston. LOOK OUT. 5000 AhENTS WANTED Alarm Detector Locks Everywhere. These locks are for the money drawers of stores, and area very successful and useful invention. Al most every country and many city merchants buy them at | once. Agents make LARGE PAY, as will be shown by letter and circulars, for which enclose four cents for post age. Address EPHRAIM BROWN, Lowell, Mass. Lithography and Engraving! Portraits, Maps, Machinery, Labels, Yisiling Cards, he., drawn engraved and printed in the best manner. S. W. CHANDLER * DRO., 204 Washington Street, Boston. TO PURCHASERS OF EMBROIDERIERS, LACESS, RIBBONS, Muslins, LINENS, DAMASKS, &c., We offer the above of our own importation, and from the vai ious AUCTION SALES, At Low Prices. KINMONTH &. CO., 275 Washington Street, THROUGH TO 8 & 10 WINTER ST., BOSTON. North American Oyster Co. 47 Commercial Street, corner of Clinton Street, Boston. ARE now prepared to furnish dealers at the lowest mar ket prices. We- have now on hand a superior lot of Cape Cod OYSTERS, by the barrel or gallon. Our line consists of twelve superior vessels, and our intention is to be supplied with PLANTED OYSTERS, from the best riv ers in Virginia—All orders addressed to WM. BAKER, 47 Conimmereial Street, will receive prompt attention. IMPORTANT-™ THpMUSltAL PUBLIC. HAVING made arrangements to have a NEW BUIL DING elected, where my present store is now located, I offer mv entire stock of Sheet Mu-ic, Musical Works and Musical Instruments of all kinds at greatly reduced prices, hoping by- this means to prevent the necessity of Storing the gpods while rebuilding. Just received: 2 Ca9e9 Accordions and Fiutinas, 4 “ Sax Horns, 2 “ Violin Strings, 1 “ Violincello *• I hare on hand twenty-one, five octave Melodeons, from the best manufacturers in the country, thus giving an excellent opportunity for selection. A variety of second-hand in struments, such as FiarioS, Melodeons, Harps, and Sax llorus, which have been taken in exchange, will be offered at less than their real value. Having one of theArgest , stocks of musical merchandise in the country—thisgnes an I opportunity to the publisher seldom offered. HEXRt TOLMAX, 153 Washington St., Boston, opp. the Old South Church. ' jT&T~e. holt, Manufacturers of Figures for 2EF* o w s , Harness Trimmings. Letters. Ornaments,&c , No. 96 Union Street, Boston. K«gali», Jewels and Banners, For Masonic, Odd Fellow and Civic Societies, o« every description, Military Regalia, mill Theatrical Goods, &c. &c., in great variety. The most perfect assortment of any establishment in New England,'at wholesale nod retail. A. W. POLLARD, No. 6 Court St., Boston. JAMES FRENCH & CoT 78 Washington Street, Boston, (Dealers in Stationery of every description,! Have just published the following interesting books, vi* : Rahibles In Eastern Asia; Carrie Emerson; Kate Stanton; For You Know Whom; Exile’s Lay—New editions of Anny Clayton; Sure Anchor; History of the lien Fever, French’s New Writing Book, with copies, on each page. U* Orders solicited .O jjg^i jl^L js nave taken the new store. No. 16 Summer Street, opposite C. F. Ilovey k Co. s, which they will occupy exclusively for the manufacture and sale LADIES' DRESS EURS. Forthirty years past Mr. Walko has been engaged in the manufacture of Furs, in the principal cities of Europe, and in Boston. . . , . , , With their facilities for purchasing skins, and Mr. W’s expedience, M. W. & Co., ieel confident that the goods taanufactured by them will be the best ever offered in this market, and at a& favorable prices. They hav- adopted the ONE PRICE SYSTEM, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a portion o( public patronage. MARTIN WALKO, charLks marsh. Boston, Oct. tS5o. rABfcBR mek$ill. O’ Purs repaired and alteted to present styles._ Suction and Force Pamas* Cary’s Patent Rotary Pumps, For filling reservoirs and extinguishing fires* Nbal k Emert’s Piston Pump, for Houses and Ships. The above ore very powerful and efficient engines and can be kept in repair at trifling expenae. They may be tried be fore payroeut is required. For sale at No. 5 Merchant** Row, Boston. Pettengill’s Business Directory** 228 Washingu n Street, corner of Summer Street, Boston.' Pictures taken lor Twenty-five WntS.and ttjrtrkrilSj' Warranted as good as any in Boston.^-|i * PenmansHip/ Book-keeping, T Navigation, Sum jin*, . _ A.ernlL^ En,I’i!,h Bn*n'»*«■, M»thcm»tiCT,rit:UMdCT, M. #s «. „ .„?mvr B Commercial College. Granite Building, corner nf WMhington and School lire- I*: _ 1„L’l't,‘"'e lH,nS *jr*f rm, undent. m.y i - m ncc at *„y time. The Aununl tlataloftte eontali-ii c II,. namcc mid rcsHcnccioflfic student,'.nd tEwe for *1. the Irincipal obtained good employment as Clerks. It* keepers, Ac., the pnst year, together with tl»e tuancle a taught, time required, term, (tfhich are very moderate) and other information, will be delivered at the InsUiuu or sent by mail free to any otie requesting it. Separate ’de partments for females. Day and Evening Sessions_ GEORGE N. COMER, Coxjiltixg Accoixtaxt. Prutd pal. LAUNDRY STARCH POU&Si Manufactured and for sale, wholesale and retail, by the American Laundry Company, Office, No. 11 Water Street, Up Stair*. Boston. And by Grocers, Druggists and Periodical HouSt^ gener ally throughout the eoutrj. For richness of Quality,beau ty polish, durability of appearettce, and power of resist* »ug damp weather, it is unrivalled. WaRRAMIEP to' contain no ingredient Injurious to the finest fabric. orders sent by Express promptly attend'd to. WARRfi’I STIOHOLS, BB Dealer in Havana CiBars & Leaf Tobacco* Pn„.„n Ilanover Street, Boston. drlZ ™,1* """kin, tnbneco, Clean,, indff,. pipe*,• .lock Appertaining to th*‘ citaf and tobacco trade. The choicest brands of cigars. • imported, always for sale on reasonable terms. PATENT SAFETY LAMP. AXD LAMP-FEEDERS’ * \V ARRASTED to prevent *11 adridenu, fmm the ut. of " BURNING FLUID, f ATKNT OIL, ROSIN OILXAM PH KN K, .nd jfll other explosive compounds vued for the production of light.' We respectfully invite the attention of the public to New ell’s Improve*! Sola? Fluid Lartip, which gives a brilliant flame, steadier than gas. The cost of burning being last than ONE CENT an HOUR. These iAmps are applied'to Chandeliers for Churches, Hotels, Factories, Stores and Parlor*. Oil Solars can bs al-' teredj using the same >hade. Common Fluid Lamps can* be changed to Safety Fluid Lamps. Burning Fluid and Camphene, as CHEAP and GOOD as can be bought in the market. Also, Chandeliers, Shades, Globes. Lamp Wicking, Kn-" try, Hall Lanterns, Ac., for sale, wholesale and retail, by NEWELL, WILLARD & CO., No. 28 Bromfleld Street, Boston. N. B. A large deduction will be made from the former Prices of Newell’s Safety Lamps, Ac. If you want employment, send for Wentworth1 & Company’s Circular of Terms to Book Agents. We publish the largest and be*t assortment of books tor Agents, to be found in New England. Address WENT-* WORTH & Co., Ptblisukhs, 86 Washington Street, Boston. • «M. ItOMliK. Premium Ventilating and Gossamer wig IhCalsLex*, Draws attention to a new style of Wigs, called the unshrink ing Gossamer Wig, which for lightness, elegance and du rability, has never been equalled. Also, the Ladies’ Self Adjusting Wig, which adapts itself on the instant to the head,and is so natural as to defy detection,even by members of the same family. A large assortment always on hand. Depot for Bogle’s Hyperion Fluid, for the Hair, Bogle’r Amole, Shaving Cream, Ac. No. 277 Washington Street, Boston. J. £. CAME & CO., Manufacturers of RIU1AKI) TABLES. 09 Causeway Street, opposite the Commercial House, Boa* ton. Tables, Balls, Cloths, Cue?, Cue Points, Cue Wax, Maces, Bridges, Pockets, and Pocket Trimming?, constantly on hand. Bald and Gray Heads no more i Bogie's celebrated Hyperion Fluid, Will produce a healthy crop of hair on bald heads, in tliff shortest possible time; for dressing the hair it is unrivalled/ and on children’s heads it lays the foundation of a good head of hair. Price, 25 cents, 50 cents and 73 cents p«r bottle. Bogie’s American Electric Ilair Dye, Is warranted tire cheapest afid most effective article foF dyeing hair a natural black or brown in the world: Pti-* ces 50 cents, $1,00 and $1,50 per case. Bogle.s Hebeaiona. or Balm of Cythem, Is unequalled for eradicating tan and pimples, and bead tifymg the complexion. For sale by the proprietor, WILLI A 31 HOULE, 277 Washington Street, Boston, And agents throughout the world. Load Pipe and Sheet Lead, ' Patent Improved Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, manufactured and for sale at the lowest cash prices, by GEORGE L. STEARNS, 23 Water Street, Opp. Simmons* Bhiflt, Boston. A. JENKINS] ‘ Honey and lt<>u I-Instate Broker* 106 Sudbury Street,-108/ Money to Lonn on Piano-Fortes. Gold and Silver Watches, Boots and Shoe*/ Clothing ami Jewelry, Furniture, Hardware, 6tins and Pistols. Silver Ware, Ac., Ac. _ FT ~X7Tff ItADFORDy “* Wood and Ivory Turner j Ten Pins and Hllfiafd Balls, constantly on Aand. Dialer in Fancy Woods. 17 Harvard Place. Opposite the Old Sotfth, Boston A. li, JOHNSON; Builder of every description of STEAM ENGINES* Single and Gang Saw-Mill Machinery, Also on hand, a few Six Inch Cylinder Engine*, a supe rior article. No. Pfi Kneeland Street, Boston, Near the Worcester and Old Colony Railroad Depots. China Hall. 27 Hanover, near Court street, Boston, E. B. M.tSOiT, Importer and Dealer in Crockery, Glass and China Gtnufe* doles, Table Cutlery, Silver Spoons, Waiters, Briiauia, Solar Lamp*. ALLEN S PRICE LISTOF Daguerreotypes in Cases, At 258 1-2 Washington Street, Thihl door North of A tart Place, Boston; Daguerreotypes 406. Daguerreotypes 50 o. Daguerreotype* 75 c; Daguerreotype* $1,00 Daguerreotypes 1,25 Daguerreoty|>eS 1 30 Daguerreotypes • 1,73 Dagiieneot> peS ’ 2.00 Daguerreoty|K*s 2,50 Duguerreotypes ’ 3,00 Daguerreotype* 3,50 Daguerrec»tyjH‘* _ 4,00 Duguerreotypes * 4.50 Daguerreotypes 8,00 AND UPWARDS; LOCKETS, including pictures, fb>m $3 to $12, of Superior quality. Also, Allen’s Photograph and Dagiierreotjpe Knoms, 173 Washington Street, Nearly opposite Milk Street^ Chase’s Old Stand, Boston. VISIT OAK 1IALLT The Pioneer Clothing Boose, Established in Boston, Mass., in 184L This House, which fully sustain* its enviable posi tion, is daily receiving large supplies of recently manu factured seasonable Cloth ing. Healers, Travellers and resident citizens will find every thing to meet their demands, at prices de fying competition. 28, 30, 32, 34, 36 & 38, North Street, li ‘ST0N\ MASS. CLAIRVOYANT EXAMINATIONS, BY MRS. PHELPS, No. 10 Lowell Street, BoMon. Particular attention paid to tho Treatment of Diseatea. E- TRSSOOTT. JR., Wholesale Dealer and Jobber in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Leather, AHD SfeOB BTOC*, If os. 34 & 36 Central Street, Boston. SIMPSON & CO., Prize Medal Gold Pens, Factory over dl Washington Street, Bosto*. N. B. Every pen warranted perfect. 8. k Co., hare al ready received 5 medals and 10 diplomas for their dhperior gold pens. SplrltUAUaim. President Mahan's Great work on this subject, entitles! Modem Mysteries EXPLAINED & EXPOSED, Will be published by us on Monday, Any. C JOHN P. JEWETT A Company, 111 Washington Street, Boston._ JOHN A. HUGHES, Manufacturer ofr hnd Dealer in Jewellers' Trays. Cigar Cases, Bte., W.rerocvn.., No. M» WasMngteasfc, y«IM ,t>a 0 South Church, Boston. Orders pr »ptV Wended tq,