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A Great Man.
George Lippard, in his new work called The Naaarine, thus speaks of President Jacksnc : “ He was a man ! Well I remember the day I waited npoii him. He sat there in hit arm chair—I can see that old warrior face, with its snow white hair, even now. We told him of the public distress—the manufacturers ruined, the eagles shrouded in crape, which were borne at the head uf twenty thousand men into Independence square. He heard us all. We begged him to leave the deposits where they were ; to uphold the great Bank in Philadel phia. Still he did not say s word. At last one of our members, more fiery than the rest, intimated that if the Bank were crushed a re bellion might follow. 1 hen the old man rose. I can see him yet. “ Come !” he shouted in a voice of thunder, as his cluirhed hand was raised above his white hairs—“ Come with bayonets in your bands in stead of petitions—surround the White House with your legions—I am ready for you all !— With the people at rav back, whom your gold can neither buy nor awe, I will swing you up around the Capitol, each rebel of you—on a gibbet—high as daman's.” “ When I think,” savs the author, “ of that one man standing there at Washington, bat tling with all the powers of Bank and Panic combined, betrayed by thnse in whom he trus ted, assailed by all that the shake of malice could hiss or the fiend of falsehood flow—w hen I think of that one man placing his back against the rock and folding his arms fur the blow, while he uttered his vow : * ] will not swerve one inch from the course I have chi>sen !'— I mutt confess that the records of Greece and • Rome—nay, the proudest days of Cromwell or Napoleon cannot furnish an instance uf a will like that uf Andrew Jackson, when he placed life and soul and fame on the hazard of a die, for the people’s welfare.—Providence Scnlinel. The Washington Union. The Washing ton Union will hereafter be conducted under the firm of A. O. P. Nicholson andJ. W. Forney, as joint editors and proprietors, in accordance with previous arrangement. Dur ing the present session of Congress, and the campaign for ihe presidency, every effort will be made to render the Union worthy of the support and confidence of the American de mocracy. It will unhesitatingly support the principles of Franklin Pierce, and will be open to the defence of every democrat who is assailed by the enemies ot the constitution.— Committed to no une candidate for the presi dency, and prepared, with all its energies to support the nominee of the Cincinnati Demo cratic National Convention, it will never be found wanting in the hour of trial, but will maintain its position against all combinations and at every hazard. We take this occasion to lender to the democracy throughout the country our heartfelt thanks fur the constantly increasing patronage we have received. Our subscription now is larger by many thousands than it has ever been, and it is growing daily at an average uf not less than one hundred. It is our determination to merit these marks of democratic confidence by increased exer tions.— Washington Union. The ^aterville Mail says :—A sad acci dent occurred from the careless use of burning fluid, on Sunday evening, by which a fine lit tle son of Mrs. Craig, living near the post of fice, was bidly burned. As usual, the fault was in filling a lighted lamp—which is al ways dangerous. The face and neck of the child were badly burned ; and Mrs. Craig had one hand considerably burned in extinguishing the flames from his clothes. To Go Cheap to Europe —Several of our largest ship owners have arranged to fix the minimum rales of passage to European ports from the city, as follows : In second cabin, eighteen dollars for adults., and ten dollars fur children under twelve years: in steerage, six teen dollars fur adults, and nine dollars for chil dren under twelve years —including provisions, wh'ehin all cases will be provided by the ship. —N. 1”. Times. An Offset. We un'derstand that Mayor Ilayvvard, wishing to make an entire sweep in the police department, suggested to Depu ty Marshal Pratt to resign, as he might be re moved. The Mayor said there was no; much of anything against him, except his carrying home a pint of cherry brandy that was not de stroyed, given him by the late Marshal Wea ver. The Deputy is said to have replied that the Mayor took home a whole empty cask that was saved in the same manner, to put his do mestic currant wine in. and that it offset his pint of cherry. We.do not vouch for all the details of this respected dialogue, although it is positively reported that the Mayor did en joy the fruits of Weaver's salvation in a first rale liquor cask. The question again coines home with renewed pertinence—‘Is beer and cider stopped V—Bangor Journal. STATE OF MAINE. Exkcitivb Depahtvent, J AI .; 1ST,, Nov. 21, ISSo. J An adjourned session of the -Executive Council will he held at the Council Chamber iu Augusta, on Monday, the tenth day of December next. Attest: A. JACKSON, See'y of State. The War of 1812—National Coxvkxtios.—We have received from the lion. J. B. Sutherland, president of the convention held in 1855, a call for the defenders of the country in the war of 1812, who met last January in the city of Washington, to assemble there again on the ap proaching anniversary of the battle of New Orleans, pur suant to the resolution adopted at their last session, to which time and place the convention adjourned. The undersigned, who is Vice President of the above named convention, will attend at the time and place of ad 0 journmeuc should those who are interesied and wish to ob tain a Pension, contribute to pay his expenses, some have offered to pay one dollar each. lie attended last January at his own expense and was the only member from Maine. If those who expect to be benefited by his services do not contribute towards his expenses he will not attend said convention. 8. D. REED. Bath, Dec. 12,1855. 3w26 I Foa Coughs, Colds axd Coxsofmox. Thr Late | Rev. Doctor Leonard Woods. Abbott Pro lessor of Tbeol- | ogv, in Andover, (Mass.,) says:—“From a long use of the Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam in my family circle, and iu some instances among Theological students, I have been led to iegard it as a safe ami efficacious medicine.” Reed, Cutler k Co., Drurgists, Boston, proprietors. Be careful to get the genuine, as there are many imitations. Price 60 cents and $1. Sold in Bath by Apothecaries generally. JHurriagts. In this city, 8th inst., by Rev. N. Brooks, Mr. Charles Coraisfc to Miss Jane C. Coburn, both of this city; 9th inst., by the same, Mr. James E. Bringham ol Harpswell, to Miss Mary E. ilolbrook of West Bath. In Boston, 6th inst., by Rev. Dr. Jenks, Mr. Charles Oooker,of this city, to Miss Caroline Eaton, of Boston. In West Bath, 6th inst., by Rev. A. Moore, Rollen Hill to Mrs. Dolly P. Shaw, both of W. B. In Phipsburg, 20th ult., by N. Reed, Esq., Mr. Charles E. Stone to Miss Lucy A. Stevens. In Phipsburg, 25th ult.. by James B. Lowell, Esq., Mr. William Butler to Miss Elisabeth Hutchings, both of P. In Gardiner, Jesse Dinsroore, of Bowdoinham, to Miss BetbiaJ. Dale, ofG. In Pittston, Joseph E. Soper to Miss Abbie C. Marson. In Furroingdale, James Collins 2d to Mrs. Betse> Cow ing, both of V. In Brunswick, by Rev. Dr. Adams, Mr. Joshua L. Cham berlain, M. A ,to Miss Frances Adams, both of B. In Augusta, 21st ult.,by Rev. S. All n, Francis Lamb to Miss Dorothy B. Coy, (Blind Minstrels,) both of Augusta. In|Uallowell, J. R. Sawtelle of Sidney, to Misa Mary J. Horn, of H. In Lewiston, D. Henry V. Dow, of Norwich, Ct.. to Miss Anne L. Davis, of L ; Mr. Ephraim T. Tibbets,of Lisbon, to Miss Dolly R. Cook, of L ; Mr. Wm. Emery, of Berwick, to Miss Abbie M. Rodick, of L. In San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 22d, by Rev. Mr. -Thomas, R. W. Laine, formerly of Hallowell, to Mias Emily 8. E. Pollard, of San Francisco. In Milwaukie, O., Oct. 3d, Russell D. Austin, Jr., publish er of the Oregon Weekly Times, to Miss Mary A. Collins, formerly of Holyoke, Mass. Dratjjs. In this city, 6th Inst., Mr. Caleb Leavitt, aged 75 years. In this city, 8th inst., Frances W., daughter ef the late Dp rid Morse, seed 18. In this city, 10th inst., Thomas M. Rideout, aged 17 years, 6 months. In this city.5th inst., Clarrisa B. Fisher, aged 24 rears. I In Georgetown, 8th inst., Nauoy H. Swett, aged 84years. In Arrowsic, »th inst., Henrietta Higgins, aged 21 years. In Gardiner, 7th lost., son of F. H. Weymouth,of Bruns wick, aged 18 months; 6th, Nathaniel Kenniston. of Farmingdale Man ha W. Armstrong, aged 8 years, 11 months \ In South Gardiner, Reuben Griffin, aged 71 years, 10 months, In Lisbon, Hon. Moses Tebhets, aged 73 years. In Newcastle Col. Joseph Glidden, aged 64. In Bowdoin, 10»h inst., John Potter Rsq., aged 90 years, 3 mos. Mr. Putter was the oldest man in the town. Western papers plefe. ~opy. In Brunswick, Israel Palmer infant too of the late Capt. Israel, and Mrs. Sarah C. Gross \ John Jordan, aged 3 yean \ Lydia Raymond, aged 79 yean, 3 month*. as EASTERN TIMES A HUM J0IRN1L. Ml Smreox $ Co., No, 5 Long Wharf, Boston, are Agents for the Union Lis* of packet* from Bath to Boston. Capt. Stinson is favorably known as an experienced merchant and shipmaster, formerly of this city. All busine** entrusted to him will be attended to with promptness and despatch. ARTHUR DON NELL, Agent for Bath. PORT OF BATVT. THURSDAY, Dec 6 Brig Aonian, Yates, Savannah. cleared. Sch Alfaretta, Chase, liavanna. Br Titania, Appleby, St John N P. Ship Washington,Norton New York. Sch Arno, Moore, West River, Md FRIDY, Dec. 7. ARRIVED. Schr Williams, Snowma >. Fall River Scb Lamartine Wal is I'oeton Ur Sch Ellen Nancy. Cram, Waltham N S. Miip v\ aehingtonr, Norton, New York. Gen Scot, Meriil, Boston. SATURDAY, Dec 8th. Sch Sally Bad er, Garland, from Gardiner, fbr Nor wich, Con. British sch Resolution, St John, N B with coal from Jogging N 8 bcli Louisa from Gardiner, and sld same day for Boston. Schr Boston, Bailey Gardiner, for Boston. Sch Clara, Gardiner for Boston. MONDAY, Dec. 10th. ARRIVED. Sch. Loduski, Rouse, Boston. • _ [BY THE Cap* cod TELEGRAPH LIN*] Holme’s Hole Dec 7th—Ar sch Alabama, Davis, ( hoptank River, Md, for Raih DISASTERS. Ship \delaide Motca'f, Hanson, at New York from Leghorn, was struck by lightning, Oct 20, which shiv ered main to; mast and topgallant mast. DOMESTIC PORTS. Holme's Hole, Dec 5-—Ar brig Thomas Conner, York. Savannah 27th ult, for Hath. Hosros-i Id 5th, a’que Nueces, Stevens, Galveston New Orleans— at 27th, Rufus K Page, Eldndge, Trapani S .vansah—Cld 30th brig Albion Cooper, Smith, Freeport, Me; Australia Brewer, Hoothbav. Richmond—A at city l’oi t 2d,ship Jennie W raine Col bu rue, New York. Baltimore— Id 31. schr Georgia. Drink water Hath. Arai Kingston. Oc 28, ship M deEmbil, Percy, Newport E. Boston—Ar Dec 6th, sch Merom, IIuev.Georgetown, Me New Or> ra*—Adv ship John Sc Albert for Trieste, wtg 200 hales. SiVanxah—Cld 1st shin Katahdin. Eustis Havre. Portland—Ar Dec 6tn,brig I'imea, Stinson, Bath. Boston— r 7th. ship Fombay Hdl. Savannah; bark Storm King (new» of and for Portland; ch Corne. Saunders. Perkins, Me; Cld sch H nry A Newbirt, Waldoboro; sld. ship Ontario; barque Nueces. New Okle ns— Id 29th >hip Gen Washington, Pousland Genoa; 5ea Queen 11 vre; adv T J Roger, for Boston, nearly all cargo engaged. S*v isnah—Ar 2d. ship Ellen Maria Lenox Liver pool. Charleston-rid 3d. ship Rome. Otis, Liverpool 1‘ rtland— Xrd Dec 8th brig H G Ferry Ra e of and from Boo'hbay; brig Arinina, Lewis, ofand from Bristol; sch Freepo*'*, •' her man, Rockland; sch Marv Ann * ilton Bristol; ard 9th. brig May Queen Clif ford Jacksonville for Hath; sch Coquet e. Willey, ■ oothbuy for os ton. Boston— Id sch Loudskia. Rowse, Bath; srd sch Charleston Packet, Perkins. Bath. Few Orleans—A 1st. araue Cherokee, Smith, Char eston. adv sliinCivillian. for Glasgow. Mobile—Od 1st, narque Monica, Pe rv. Attakapass. Savannah—Ar4th brig arribe . I’ath. Phil delpui a—Cld 6th, brig Rivulet, Norris, As ptnwa 1 New York—Ar 8th, ship John Ilenry. Oxnard. Intwerp. s*lem—Ar7th, brig Elias Dudley, Ilopkius,George town, S’ ’, for Hath. roRi:i<;\ ports. Passed the Str‘it*. 11 r 12th, ship Caroline & Maty Clark fr«m Trieste for New Or ems. At Saudham. Sweden about 15th u t ship Robert Patten Kelley, for a port in Russia, wtg the raisiug of the blockade. Xrat>tJohn.N B. 4th. brig Avon. Lewi*, Bath; sch Brunswick Lion, raft, do. Sld schr Economy from .logging, for Bath. Sld from Malta 9th, ship Walter Scott. Smith, Sa vannah At Flume about 15th u t, barque Glcuburn, Westen dorff for Leghorn ldg Lumb-r. At Genoa 19th ult. snip St Peter, G ardiuer, to load for New Yo k. Sld from L verpool, 18th,Emerald Isle; S im**et for Chari sst on 25th; ironside* for New Orleans 24th ult; e >t for ldg loth, J J Hathorn. Hath ru. Aspiuwnll; Assyri • Wade: Fanny Fern, i'ha leston. Sid from the Pil 23d. Sewall Mer ill, Newport; E Wilder Farley. Nlcho s Mobile. Sld from ardiff 17th, Richard Alsop, Wade, New Orleans. Cld from Gibraltar 7th, J I* Morse, Owen, Mobile. Passed the Straits 14th, Brandywine. Merry man, Jrom Tiapaui for United State* LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office vnea/kd for Hath, Hoc. 18, 1BG Gentlemen** Li»i. Abbot Albert G Mahon J Junes Avery George M Muresy Mikel * Avery J W Mon ill A Henry Anderson James McCabe Kliakein Arnold L<*yd Maxim L'onvers F Ashford Samuel Murphy Edmond P Brown Henry D Merrimau Eli Bisson John B Matson Warren Butler Flavel Mitchell Otis Boynton John T Morrill Charles Bowler Capt Moulton M B Burgess Albert P McKay Alexander Bickford Joseph W—2 McFadden Carling Barstow Moses P Me Dewell James li Blagdon Samuel M orse W Baker Thomas Manear Edmfhd Corbett Isaac James McCabe Wm Curtis Ehen Morrety Patrick Clark Charles A McCuuani James Coombs Joseph V R Mitchell John Cane John Mayers John L F Curtis Samuel—2 Moses Jas F Chadsey Abel Moore Calvin p Carlisle Miles Nichols Frederic Coffin Ehen M Norton Albion P ChadbournCharles G Nutter Keubeu Coughlin John Norton Robert—3 Cousons James Osbo rn Cyrus Cornish'Charles Orcutt Ephraim Coombs Minot l’ratt Gustavus Chapman Ira PatteeJohnB Conley Lawrence Pen lleton Elbridge Cahin James Page Z Davey Alexander Perkins Charles II Dustin George Pease Surah C Doyle David PioJohn—2 Drake Augustus—2 l'owt rs Richard Davis Duglas Preble William Eaton M«»ody Plumer Amos B Forest Th.mas J Pratt Go rgc Foye William Purrington David Fisher Ac Sampson Percy Sam: R Floyd .1 ime* A Potts Jos C—3 Floyd James Ross David Fisher Wm—2 Randall Alphonso Frost Wm Reed Francis E Foley Bartley Hoop Isaac F-dey James Kubeison S F.wteJohnD Rich Richard Gr enleal Silas Rhodes J L G iten J <*hn Sylvester M L Gardiner Frederic g.nith Patiick G itchell James H Smith Arnasy Gilkey Sycurges.P Sylvester Sylv.mus Golden Mickle Sj>ear Robert D Given William Spear Thomas Griffin William Sprague Joseph Gready Bartholomew Snow Stephen Greenough Frai.cis Stilphiu Nathan Hopkins S W—3 Smith Sylvester Holbrook Joseph E S)>ears Matthew iliscock Rufus Siegwrs Bedford Hutchinson Daniel—2 Stilkey William Hoyt Henry M Sauders John H iggins Samuel StPierre Dominique Hartman Joab Sturtevaul Frank Ham Levi Smith Wm C Hatch Lewis Springer William Howe A Leemans Sager James S Hall William Tailor Samuel Hallimer John Turner D S—2 Hall Albridge Thompson Robert Jones Otis E Tolmau James John Wm T Tosier Nath U King Myles Thornton oshua Kennard George Trerfran Richard Lancaster George E Tarr Wm G L »ue Mr Welch Michael—Z Leanard Bradley Wotlh B W Lhrd Charles E Williams James Leemont Isaac Williams John Leighton Andrew Walker Robert Lovejoy Ira Wall Nichols Little Charles W—2 Webster John Morrell I>aac Whitehouse Frederio McGuire James Wiuslow Nathl W McKenzie John Ulmer Bernand McDowell William York Roland Mackvoy illiara Quinnam Benj S # Macomber Joseph—3 __ • Lactica’ List, % Arnold Emma P L-wss Abby C Brown Susan Loyd Sarah Burgess Mrs George Martin Liasie J By ram Louise F McKeay Jane W Buck Sarah II McDougall Mary E Chambers Thankful Mannion Mary Crehore Abby McDonnell Ellen Coombs I ranees M Norton Almira Curtis Abby Powers jUrgret Connor Mary E Purrington Msry E Crooker SB Mrs Potter Jane M Carlton George Powers Durimla Case Ellen M Rogers Jane Chadbourn Hannah Rogers Abby Do* Elen Remick Hannah E Donnell Mary F Rodrique Harriet Egerton Msry Sabine Ellaabeth Fsrnham MAT Stewart Sarah Fosdick Julia Bedgley Otis W Gibbs Sarah Stinson Catharine Hanneraon Louisa Stevens Abba D Hurley Hanora Simpson Sarah E Hester Margaret Sanford Malvina Jonson Rseey S^ar Almira V Jackson Anna Stone Mrs T. Kehatl Marv J Thomaa Mary E King Mary A Thomas Mary Lombard Caroline W hite Mrs. Isaac Lovey Elmira Webber Frances A Loft us Abigail Whitman Statin Lcaiey Mary F ICT Personscalling forletters.vrin please mention they are advertised. To he postage of each advertised Let ter, eae cent will be added. JOSEPH C. SNOW, P. M. PALMER’S VINEGAR, for.ale by a Bept.4. m r. Gannett! BATH LYCEUM. THE 2d Lecture of the course will be delivered at the CITY HALL this (Wednesday) evening, Dec. 12, com mencing at 7 \ o’clock, by Rev. H. W. Belloys, D. D., of Hew York, to be followed, on successive Wednesday evenings, by the following gentleman: — « Rufus W. Clark, D. D. of East Boston. « Hugh S. Carpenter, of Portland. “ Frederick IL Hedge, D. D. of Providence R. I. *» Francis Vinton, D. 1). of Brooklyn N. Y. « R. S. Storrs, Jr. D. D. or M “ “ Geo. W. Bethune, D. D. of 44 44 “ Prof.'F. D. Huutingiou, D. D. of Cambridge “ T. Starr King, of Boston Ralph Waldo Emerson, Esq. of Cencord, Maas. M Joseph P. Thompson, D. D. of New York Oliver Wendell Holmes, M. D. of Pittsfield, Mass. Tickets for sale at SA WY’ER A MAGOUN’S BookStore at the following rates, 24 tickets for $3,—and for any additional number, at the same rate. Single tickets 20 cents. Per Order of the Curators, Bath, Dec. 12, 1855. E. S. J. NEALLEY, Sec’y. A. K GILMORE, Stirgron Dentist, Front St., Bath, AVING purchased tl^e right of using “Slavton’s Colored Gntta Percha Base,” as a substitute for Metallic Plates in mounting teeth, is n<*w prepared to Insert whole or parts of sets of teeth upon this method, which he will warrant to give entire satisfac tion. As an evidence of the approval which it has met from the profession, in the very short time it has been before them we annex the names of some who are well known, and who arc now using it in tlieir practice. From Professor HARRIS, of the Baltimore Dental College. “For temporary purposes I think it invaluable, and am inclined to believe it may prove more permanent than is generally supposed. Very truly yours, C. A. HARRIS.’* Professors Austin and Blandy, of Baltimore College. Drs. Markall, Burton, Chandlee, &i:d others of Balt. Professors J C. White,. Ely Parry, and T. L. Bucking ham, of Phila. College Dental Surgery. Professor James Taylor, of Cincinnati Dental College. Drs. Hunter, Kendall, and others of Cincinnati. Drs. Wilson, (succesor to J. ucker,) Nolen, Hitchcock, Rohhius. Guild A Lang, Thresher, 1 lemon way, Blake, Blaisdell, and many others, of Boston. Drs. Ballard, Lov^joy, Levitt, and many others, of New York City. Drs. Clark and ParmeUe, of New Orleans. Drs. Malster, Munson, Noble, Donaldsou and others of Washington, D. C. Dr. Miller, Worcester, Massachusetts. Drs. Wright, Ahl, Scott, King and others, of Pittsburg. The names of very many others might be added, but enough has been given, it is presumed, to satisfy all of its usefulness and worth in the practice of Dentistry. Price—Whole set, $50; half set, $25. 26tf Free Exhibition ! VOW open at D. T. PERCY'S, No. 9. Kelly’s Block, the LARGEST and MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT of EMBROIDERIES ever offered in this city, consisting of Collars, Sleeves, Cambric and Muslin Rands, Plain and Stitched Linen Sets, French Wrought do., Crape Col lars, Wrought 11 audkeichiefs, AC., Ac. The above goods will be marked at the very lotrest cash price, and every lady in want of any article in the Embroi dery line, cannot fail to be suited. TT The subscriber is now selling his entere stock of Silks, Shawls and Dress Goods, at nearly 20 per cent, less than former price fora few weeks only, previous to taking an account of stock. Now is the time to get Rargains at D; T. PERCY’S, op posite Sagadahock House, Bath. . Bath, Dec. 12! 1S55. List of Hew Book*, for sale at E. CLARKE’S. DIARY and Correspondence of Amos Lawrence, • Progress of Religious Ideas, 3 vols., C.'uuiining’s 15 urgent questions, Memoir Rev. Sidney Smith, 2 vols.. Time and End, Travel and Life, Amy Lee, Our Pint Families, Rose Clark, (by Fanny Fern,) Discarded Daughter, Hag Picker, Good Time Coming, Domestic C< "king and Family Receipt Book, The Age of Fable, Awful Disclosures, Crtdc et and Quavers, History of the Huccanneers of America, Dona Blance, of Navarre, Hayward's Book of All Religions, The Three bridges, Lile Among the Flowers, Fables of La Fontaine, Locke Arosdrn, The Green Mountain Boys, Mortimer’s College Life, Stories of Genius, Ca^te, by Sidney A. Smith. Esq. Dec. 10. The .Ipprorliing Holidays ! CLARKE, at his old stand, in ihe Elliot House Block, is supplying himself with all the NEW BOOKS of the sea son. lie is also preparing himself with a fine assortment of GIFT BOOKS of the newest, best and most attractive styles, together with a choice assortment of fancy articles, which, all the people—old and young, of either sex—can readily supply themselves with the choicest gifts for all their friends. Dec. 10-__ Notice of Foreclosure. TVHEREAS, M irk Morse of Topsham. County of Lin »» coin, now Sagadahoc, and State of Maine, since de ceased, conveyed to the undersigned, Samuel Thompson, in the county of Lincoln now Sagadahoc, in fee and in mort gage a certain piece or parcel of land, situated in said Topsham, and bounded as follows, vi*:—“ Beginning on the Southerly side of the P-*t road leading to Bowdoioham, at land owned and occupied by Daniel A. Hall, and run ning south twenty degrees west, about twentw-six rods to Androacoggin River, thence Easterly down said river about twelve rods more or less until it comes to land now owned by John R. Hebberd, thence north about twenty degrees ; east by snid Hebberd’s land about twenty-six rods to the road aforesaid, thence westerly by said road about twelve rods more or less to the first mentioned bounds, with the buiMingsthereon standing.” Said deed was given on the 33 ds\y of October 1349, and recorded in the Registry of Deeds, Western Disliict, Book 30, Pages 472 and 473, to which deed or the recorded thereof reference may be had; and whereas the conditions of said mortgage have been broken, and still remain unperformed. Now, therefore, I i the undersigned, by re ason thereof claim a foreclosure of the same according to the provisions of the 12lth chapter of the Revised Stat tes. section five. Topsham, Dec. 12,1855. 3w26* SAMUEL THOMPSON. Notice of Foreclosure. TT'HERE AS, Amos Hoyt of Topsham, in the county of *» Sagadahoc, and State of Maine, by his deed dated the *2Sihday if September, A. D. 1854. conveyed to Alfred Parker of Topsham aforesaid, in said county, in fee and in mortgage a certain piece or parcel of land, with the build ings thereon standing, situated in Topsham anti bounded as follows, via-.—Easterly by land formerly owned by Josh, a Purington. southerly by land formerly owned by j Janies Purington, westerly by laud owned by Andrew Jack’s heirs, notherly by Lemuel Thompson’s land, and rec irded in the Sagadahoc Registry of Deeds, Book 2, Pages 97 and 93, reference to which may be had; and whereas the said Alfred Parker, by his assignment dated the second day of October, A. D. 1S54, did sell and assign ail his right, title and interest in the aliove described premises, to me ihe undersigned, Samuel Thompson of Topsham, in the county and state aforesaid, which said assignment is recorded in the Sagadahoc Registry of Deeds, VoL 2, Page? 9S and 93, reference to which may be had; and whereas the condition of said mortgage has been br«> ken and still remains unperformed; I the undersigned (as assignee of mortgage) by reason thereof, claim the fore closure of the same, according to the provisions of the one , hundred and twenty-fifth chapter of the Revised Statutes, I section five. SAMUEL THOMPSON. i Topsham, Dec. 12, 1S55. 3w26* Thrice-Weekly Age for ’56. 'PHIS Legislative journal will he issued, as usual, from 1 the Age office, by the undersigned, every Titesdat, j Thi'rsd ay and Satchday, during the session of ihe Legist a ; ture to assemble on Wednesday, January 2*1, 1856. The ! change in the political complexion of affairs, and the im portant measures w hich will be acted upon, will render this an uncommonly interesting and exciting session. We shall endeavor to give accurate account* of all the proceed ings, the services of faithful and reliable reporters having i been secured to that end. ' The reading matter of the Weekly Age will also b ■ fur 1 ni-hed sub-cribers to the Legislative paper during , the pe ' Hod of i s publication, ami we shall lay before our read ers the latest intelligence from Congress, to whose t|eliher : at ions unusual interest attaches, as well as from Europe | and the seat of war. The price will be ONE DOLLAR for the session, payable ' in advance. FULLER A FULLER. Augusta. Nov. 1855. __ Thrice-Weekly Kennebec Journal for '56. DURING the approaching session of the Legislature, the undersigned will continue the publication of theTuKicK j Weekly Journal, being volume XII of the same. The result «»f the recent election, and the political charac ! ter of the majority of the members chosen to the Legisla J ture, will give to the pr.*ceedings of the session a weighty, i intrinsic interest. According to the avowed intentions of ! the dominant parties, the whole policy of the system of “Liquor Prohibition” will be brought underdiscussion,with the view of repealing the present statute, and enacting in its stead a law more in accordance with their views of prac tical wisdom. That this effort will give rise to a prolonged discussiou. interesting to every citizen, and especially so to every friend of Temperance, no one can doubt. For this reason we shall spare no pains or expense in famishing to our subscribers full and accurate reports of all that may be said and done in the Legislature. To do this, entails • upro us a heavy cost and a liberal subscription -fist is all ! that will save us from p.cuniary loss. In view of these facts, we look with confidence to our Republican friends throughout the State to aid us in ob taining subscribers. Especially do we solicit from each Republican memlier of the Legislature that personal effort in his locality without which a remunerating list cannot be secured. The numerons lines of railroad which now traverse the Bute in ail directions, will enable a very large proportion of our subscribers to icceive their papers a few hours after publication. This fact renders a subscription to the Thrice Weekly more desirable and satisfactory than in former years. The Thrice-Weekly Journal will be published on Mon dav, Wednesday ami Friday Mornings, alternately with the Thrice-Weekly Age, and ihus furnishing a daily Legis lative p»tper. The price will be ONE DOLLAR FOB THE SESSION, as usual, payable ic dvance. It is desirable that the name of subscribers, accom panied with the money, may be forwarded at or before the. commencement of the session. Augusta, Nov. 30,1855. STEVENS k BLAINE. Dress and Cloak Trimmings. NOW opening, from New Y«rk, the largest assortment of rich Dress and Cloak Trimmings ever offared in'this city. Very cheap. Dec. 3. _OWEN k CO. Skates! Skates! A LARGE And good assortment of Faocj aod Common Skates for sale bj H. M. BOVEY, Mot. 2D. Front Straet, Bath. New Goods. pASHMERR Long and Square Shawls, some very fine, vV just received, and for sale at reduced prices. Dec. 8 OWEN k CO. „ Dress Silks. flPENINGfrom New York, a large assortment of Drees Silks, ranch lower than usual. OWEN A CO. Dec 3. • Prices Reduced. TjELIQHTS Spanish Lustra l, Lton’s K vthairon, Bar A-" RtV Tricopwerocs, SpAruJtNO*8 Rosemary for 20 cents single bottle,—>for thrice bottles or more, one shilling each. Lakrabke’s Ilair Restorative—a small lot will b« closed at 1 shilling per bottle. A large discount to the trade. Bath, Dec. 4._J. T. GILMAN. Gentlemen’s Shawls! Y7ERY fine superior styles of Gentlemen's Shawls just * received by D« S- J. T. GILMAN. New Styles of Dress Goods, ICST received at the'Granite Store. __Dec. 3. _ OWEN A CO. . Thibets. irST received, a good assortment of Thibets, at less than usual prices. Dec. 3d. # OWEN A CO.« 13245 Bottles Sold IJV AUGUST, SEPTEMBER $ OCTOBER.' Delight’s Spanish Lustral, A SURE ARTICLE TO MAKE THE HAIR GROW 0\ BALD HEADS, Remove the Dandruff and keep the Head Cool—Give a Soft Gloss to the Hair —Prevent its Falling off, and arrest its Premature Decay. roi- the Toilet, IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY Ex-Gov. Briggs, Mass; the Mayor of Lawrence; High Sheriff of Essex County—and by every Lady and Gentle man who have used it.. W PHYSICIAN J, (who hare used it) all agree tnat it is very superior for allaying In Anna rant ion, keeping the Head Cool and Healthy* II. H. HAY, Portland, General Agent tor Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Canadas—to whom all orders should be sent. • A. G. Page aud W. B. Stearns, agents for Bath. 3m25 S. D HALEY INFORMS his numerous friends and the public generally, that he has now on hand and will constantly keep for j sale at the lowest cask prices, THE EAKCwEsTMTOCK and greatest variety of House and Cabin Furniture, to be found on the Kennebec. Ilis idock consists in part of Chairs, Tables, Bureaus, Sofas, Looking Glasses, What nots, Bedsteads, kc., 4c., in great variety, Spring Beds, , Feathers, Matrasses, Sinks. 4c., fee. Ship Furniture of superior style & finish. Also, Ship’s Wheels, Cmpstans, kc., on hand and manu factured to order. Connected with his store is a large man- ; ufacturiog establishment, where all kinds of sweep aud frett i sawing, veneering ami planing will l»e done to order. Stair Posts and Kails, and all kinds of Turning done in the best* manner, at short notice. Also, all kinds of Cabinet Makers’ stick for sale. Ready made Coffins constantly on hand. S. D. HALEY, Front Street. Bath, Nor. 14,1S55. Iy22 Remnants DeLainos. ONE case, very desirable, recM by J. T. GILMAN. • Sept. 24. Beautiful DeLaines. ON E case, assorted styles, very rich and very low priced, received by J. T. GILMAN. All Wool Shawls. 4 FEW very large, fine, rich All Wool Piai«l Shawls, drab /V. ground, received by J.T. GILMAN. Domestic Goods, OF all kinds, just opened by J.T. GILMAN. Sept. 24. .taction and Commission Store. THE undersigned, having taken the Store formerly oc cupied by S. C. Sawyer, Wilkinson’s Block, Broad Street, Bath, Me., is prepared to receive consignments of Household Furni ture, Dry Goods, Wardware, Books and Merchandise of nil kinds amj descriptions, to be sold at auction or private sale. Liberal cash advances made if required. All business entrusted to me will secure prompt atten tion. 9tf A. W. BECKWITH, Auctioneer. New Fall Silks. JUST received from New York new <md beautiful striped, plaid and plain dress silks from 12 1-2 to 25 cents per yard less than usual price. Please call. November 6. *21 OWEN & CO. New Dress Silks. JUST received at the Granite Store, a good assortment of plaid, striped ami plain silks*, also black, figured and ain silks; in endless variety. OWEN k CO. Oct. 2. Paris Shawls. ONE box imitation C. H. Paris shawls, now opening at the Granite Store. Please call and examine. Oct. 2. OWEN k. CO. New Fall Goods. V OW opening at the Granite Store, a large slock of New ' and desirable Fall Goods at lower prices than at any time before this season. Purchasers are invited to call ami examine goods and prices OWEN k CO. November 6. 21 Notice. \LL persons indebted to the late firm of W. II. A J. II. McLELLAN, are hereby notified that all demands that are not settled before the first of December neat will be left with an attorney for collection. Bath, Oct. 31. or»w20 | Congress Boots. JUST received, a lot of Ladies’ Cloth, Kid and Enamelled j C .ngress Boots, at a low price, by J. W. ROBERTS. I July 24. 0 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 REYNOLDS A CO’S., “extra premium Pearl Starch,” an excellent article. Also, Satin Laundry Starch for sale by M. F. GANNETT. Oct. 8, 1855. 17 i Prices RcducedJ NEW Goods Just opened. 1.adies Gaiter Bools, $1 to $2 Gems Calf 44 3 44 4* A good assortment of Fancy Boots dec., for sale by June 19. ol L. S. FISHER. SALT 1 000 HHDS. CADIZ SALT in Store, and forsale by t K/vn/ Bath, Feb. 13,1855. 34tf D. A L. PATTEN. corn! Ji'AQrA Bl SIIEIJ?, arrival this day from Norfolk, in schooner Lagrange, now disclntiging at Rail road Wharf, and for sale by D. A L. PATTEN. May 26 50 Deal Freights AT highest current rates can be obtained at all times , on application to C. C, DUNCAN & CO. 1 tf!6o 117 Wall St., N. Y Wew Invention. HUNT’S Patent Papier Maohe Dickeys, just received at GROUT’S. Price only 6 cents Call and look at them. Ladies’ Gaiters. I TUST received by the subscriber, a large lot of Ladies* J Gaiters, which will be sold at prices which can’t be beat. Bath, Aug. 29.1855. 11 WM. MATHEWS. Ancle Tics. A good assortment of Womens Goat and Patent Leather . \ Ancle Ties for Misses can be found at July24._6 J. W. ROBERTS. i Coffees. OLD Java. Central American, Maracaibo, Rio 4c Cape j Coflees. Also a first.rale assortment of Ground Cof fees, by retail and by the box. For sale by 19o_ JOHN H. McLELLAN. Removal. BENJ. OWEN hereby informs his friends aud customers that he has removed to the building on the corner of F.lmand Water Streets, where he will attend to orders in , the line of Honse and Ship Pniuting, Gla zing and Paper Hanging. 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 16,1855. tf45 Splendid New Goods. SUITED to the season, cheaper than ever. This day opened by Nor. 24. J. T. GILMAN. ’ ENGRAVING AND PRIMING. THE subscriber is prepared to da Engraving and Print ing of every kind, in the very best manner and on the .most reasonable terms. The most fashionable Wedding, Visiting, and other Cards; Portraits. Landscapes.Diplomas, Merchants’ Show.Cards, Consular & Notarial Seals. Seal Presses of every description, Ac.,Ac. Persons at a distance from the oity can hare engraving or printing of nny kind promptly and carefully executed by sending a design or de scription by mail. If specimens are desired, two stamps should be sent for the same. Address WILLIAM N. DUNNKLL, 3m24 195 Broadway, cor. Dey st., N. T. Clothing. A LARGE supply of SUPERIOR ARTICLES recrfv«d by A Nor. *4. J.T. GILMAN. Auction Sales AN, will hereafter be regulurty ou TUBS DA\, THURSDAY and SATURDAY Evening* of each week. November 11. Plaid Thibets. ALL Wool tod flay Slat* PLAID THIBKTS, for sale by Nor. 14. J. T. OILMAN. Lara. TUST received per schooner Peru from New York, 20 J casks Leaf Lard. For sale at Boston price. Oct. 6*- McLELLAN, DENNIS & CO. Baltimore Flonr. JUST received per steamer Wm Jenkins, via Boston, 400 bbls Extra, F unily and Howard St. Flour. Oct. 8. McLELLAN, DENNIS k C€. Bounty Land Warrants. CASH and the highest price paid for Rountv Land War- j rants by _o4tf SAMUEL D. REED. Sugars. PORTO Rico, Mturavado, Havana, Light Brown, ! Crushed aud Coll'ee Crushed -U2ar*,fur sale by 19o JOHN* H. McLELLAN. To the Ladies. MISS E. DONNELL, HAS thepleasure of informing her friends and the ladies of Bath and vicinity generally, that she has taken the new ami spacious store. No. 3, Tarbox’s new block, Wash ington, near Centre Street, where she has on hand and will keep constancy for sale a good assortment of Millinery, Dress and Paney Goods, all of which wilLbe sold at the lowest prices for cash. Her stock or 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 lo Order. Also, Presses cut and made in the most faithful manner and in the latest style. Bath, Oct. 17, 1855. IS Fashionable Millinery. Jl’ST received at MRS. ROUSE’S, Centre St., a large stock of NEW MILLINERY, EMBROIDERIES, HO SIERY and GLOVES, which will be sold at the lowest pri ces. A large stock of Lining Silks, all colors, very low; some choice Dress Silks. Mrs. R *use has just returned from Boston and New York, with the latest novelties in making and trimming Bonnets, and will be pleased to till orders us fast as possible. Bath, Nov. 6. 21 New Millinery! Mrs. ROUSE, Centre St., HAS just received an elegant assortment of Ribbons, Flowers, Embr ideries, Jfcc., Fall Styles Ladies Illats, vary charming. The best milliners only employed, and all work entrusted, superintended by herself. Straws bleached to look as well as new, at the lowest pyce, being all done at a straw manufactory. A good assortment of Dress ami Cloak trimmings and buttons. Mrs. Rouse grateful for the very large share of pat ronage, with which she has been favored the lasttwoyears, will still attempt to merit it, by sparing no pains to please her customers. N. B. A good assortment of Mourning constantly on band. Bath, Oct. 1. 16. CARPETINGS. TiIIF. subscriber would respectfully call the attention of purchasers to a new and fresh assortment of Carpets, consisting of Velvet, Tapestry, Brussels, Three-ply and Ingrain. ALSO, FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, kc., all of which will be sold at the lowest cash prices at the Carpet Store of P. KELLY, Hath, Oct. 10.1S55. 17tf under the Sagadahock House. WINDOW SHADES -AND CURTAIN FIXTURES OK EVKBT DESCRIPTION. CORDS. TASSELS, LOOPS, GIMPS, &C. Gilt Cornices, Bands, Pins and Hooks. S. W. HEATH. Bath, October 9. 3wl7 N E W GOO DS, Jt’8T RECEIVED AT BALLOU’S SAGADAHOCK CLOTHING! —AND— OUTFITTING WAREHOUSE, COATS. PANTS, VESTS, Hats tfc Caps, together with a good assortment of FURNISHING GOODS, all of which are highly Fashion able, and will be sold at exceedingly LOW PllIC ES. J. BALLOU. Bath, Sept. 25, 1355. ' Just Received. At the Head of McLellan’s Wharf, Hy John II. tlcLcllan, 4 LARGE, Fresh And complete assortment of Family *1. Fancy Groceries, Provisions, kc., which he oflcis for sale as low? if not lower than they can be purchased in the city, for cash. Purchasers are invited to call and examine. !9o Provisions. PORK, Beef, Hams, Lard, Spring Codfish, Pollock Fish, Oils, assorted Soaps, Ac. Just received by 19o JOHN H McLEl.LAN. Spanish Olives. rICKLESby the jar or gallon, Sardines, Ketchups, Extracts Peach, Lemon and Vanilla Olive Oil, Jelly, Prunes, Sultana Raisins, Vonnacelli, Mxecarom, Cust ard Flour, Isinglass, Irish Moss, dec., Ac. for sale by 19o JOHN II. McLELLAN. Corn nnd Flour. Per schs. Sal/y Badges and Chance, O^fin Bl'Sll. Mealing Com; z^c/UU 27 3 bbls, Fancvand 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 k TEBBETS, Aug. 23. 10 Commercial St. Iron Works, Bath, Me. BOOTS AYD SHOES. NEW. STOCK. rTMIE subscriber has just receiv tl a la ge and com plete assortineat of BOOTS. SHOES xml RUBBERS, •f the best material and manufacture, which, together with his formet stock, he is now selling at the lowest KRICfc'8 FOB CASH. Purchasers will do well to call and examine Repairing done as usual, in the best manner a short no ice. WM. MATHEWS. Bath. June 14,1855. t(52o Winter is Coming, 4 ND the ladies should immediately supply themselves il with comfortable FURS, a large assortment of which, will be found at Nov. 28. L..S. FISIIEIUS. Winter Clothing. \NEW stock of ready made Clothing, just received and Use sale low fqr cash, by Nov. 23. L. 8. FISIIER. Boots, Shoes &, Rubbers, i 4 LARGE assortment, suited to the season, just received ! A and for sale at the lowest cash prices by Nov. 28. L S. FISHER. Mess Pork. JI*ST received from Montreal; a small parcel extra qualily Mess Pork.. Nov. 20. McLELLAN, DENNIS k CO. Soria and Wine Crackers. IjlREdH an d nice, just received and lor sale by 1 19o * JOHN H. McLELLAN. Magnolia Mills Fancy Flour, HECKER’S Farina, Duck wheat Flour and Wheat Groats just received by M. F. GANNETT. Nov. 6, 1855. 21 Groceries, Groceries. 4 FRESH stock just received at HYDE & BOW MAN’S Grocery Store, aud which wili be sold as low , as the lowest. J Goods delivered within ihe limits of the City free of ; cost. o4w!0 Ballast for Sale. TOSS handsome 9ea Ballast, for sale by the tub. xUUscribers. LOWELL * SMALL. Eeb 2S »» Stoves. A LARGE assortment of Cooking, Parlor and Store Stoves, of the most approved patterns, now selling by the sub scribers at URBATLT RSOCCBO prices Also, constantly on hand, Coal Hods, Shovels, Sifters, Stove-Funnel, Sad Irons, Tin and Copper Ware, of every description, and ail other articles usually kept in a Hard ware store. MITCHELL A LOW. Bounty Laud for Soldiers of the War of 1813. BY a recent act of Congress, all Soldiers who served four teen days or upwards In the war of 1812, are entitled to 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. Bnsintss (Sards. ' DAGU ERREOTYP ES, « OIUIIlii&T, 45 Front Street 45 * JOHN P WELCH, Dealer in — _ PAINTS, OIL AND WINDOW GLASS, BROSHES. &C, Also—Welch & Co’s Haven Black, Premium Green and Verdigris. Xo. 3 and 4 Elm St.. Bath. Ms. J. H. ALLEN &. Co, IMPORTERS, AMD DEALERS !M BAR IRON & ST3EL, trails, ship Sjiikcs, Wagon Axle Springs, Ac. INcLitllao’s Wharf, Bath, Hie. j n. Allis._' 1,38 J. II McLellls £L IS HA. OLAREG PEALF.R IS Rook*,Stationery and Kaney Article*, School Books and Blank Books, Of all kinds, cheap for Cash. ELLIOT HOUSE BLOCK, FRONT ST, ALFRED T. ROBINSON. WHOLESALE AMD HXTAIL DEALER IX Groceries, Family & Ship Stores, Near Sagadnliock Ferry, If FROyT STREET. BATH. 38 KENDALL, RICHARDSON & CO., < Ship Chaudlers and Hardware Dealers, I ll FROS T ST , BATH, MB M PE I .EG WADSWORTH, marine, Fire anil Life insurance Agent, No. 2, over the Arch, Union Uloek, Front St, Bath, Me. Iy37* _ _ _ SHIP CARVING, ETBCUTBD IS THE BEST STTLE BV C. A. L. S A m I'SOJI, BROAD STREET, BATH. H. M. BOV BY, DEALER IS Hardware, Cutlf.rt, Window Glass, and Carpenters’ Tools. FROXT STREET, BATH. 44 a* SURGEON DEMIST. Elliot Block. Front st., Bath, Me. B. T. CURRIER, I). 1). S., GRANITE BLOCK, FRONT STREET, BATH, ME. All operations in nierhau- f ical and Surgical Dentistry j performed hi h neatand per manent manner, k Connected with his oilier, I is an establishment for the " manufacture of allkindsot j Block Teeth, Eof the best quality. Den r list’ssuiiidied to order. S8tf WILLIAM E. PAYNE. M. D., Ilomaopatliic Physician and Surgeon, Oiler. Middle Si reel. Vently opjtoiiiie the New Church I'emple. '29 J: MATHEWS, M.D Physician and Surgeon, Respectfully tenders his professional services to the in 1 habitants *»f Bath and vicinity. TT O.lice iu Granite Block, Front Street. .r~T. GEO. J. BATTIK, Importer awl Manufacturer of all kinds of CIGARS, And dealer in Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. Also, con stanlly on hand Candy, Chewing Gum, Essences, Matches, Ac. CENTRE STREET, BATH, ME. [£7*A11 orders promptly attended lyfi ill. S. BKIKY, M. 1>. Phy«iciau. Surgeon, nud Aceeiiclieur, respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Bath and viefeity. Office, comer of IVashinston and fforth Streets. Special attention given to Diseases of Females ! Iy52* John si. McLELLan, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in G riOCFWl IES, PROVISIONS AND SUIT STORES, Head of MeLelinn's IVharf, Hath, Me. 46o CHARLES C. DUNCAN Ac CO., Commission Hercliauts, AND SHIP AGENTS, No. 11? Wall St, (next door lo South) New York. ti46o McLELL AN, DENNIS Ac CO., Wholesale Dealers ill Corn, Flour, Provisions and Groceries. Steam Ferry Wharf, Bach, Me. Wm. IT. McLellax, o4 » John Dennis Ac Co. j JOHN N- SMITH, house and ship painter, glazier, paper HANG ER, Sr. Terms as reasonable, aud workuiauship as good as can he found in the city. Bath, May 1, la 5. tfU'o \ ALBION J. POTTER. Deputy SlierttT anti Coroner, SAGADAHOC CO., BATH, !UE. WILDER <V VIGOUREAUX, Scull Makers, HEAD OF McLELLAWS WHARF, 23tf BATH, Me. J. T. OILJI.VN. (Formerly of the Firm of Owen & Co., Auetioueer Ac Commission Mcr cliant. Moses' New Block, FRO XT STEFT, BATH, ME. OWEN & CO, Aucliouerrs ami Commission flfrffiauts, FRONT STREET, BATH. Areprepared as heretofore, to make cash advnnceson 11 kinds of Merchandize for Auction Sales. TT Houses, House I,ots. Vessels, ami all kinds of ou dooraales attended to on the most favorable terms. H. W. Owen. Hi G. White. HATCH HOUSE, CEXTRE STREET, Jive doors below the Post Offics, BY J. 1L DEARBORN. Bath Me. TT Board by the day or week on reasonable tfhns. 10 CHARLES R. PORTER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office o»er J. llavden’s Store, From street, Huh, Me. TT Special attention given to I'rubate matters, and the drafting of deeds, contracts, Ac. JOHN H. ROGERS, Counsellor anti Attorney at Law, FRONT STREET, Near the Ferry Wharf, 25tf BATH, Me. JACOB S. SB WALL, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, -AND INSURANCE BROKER, RATH, >IE. Commissioner or Massachusetts ami Notary Public. Marine, Fire and Life Insurance effected in safe aud reli able ol: -s. Office in Union Block, Front Street. 29tf Uaw Notice. It 1A ft ALL A SMITH. THE undersigned have this day formed a copartnership a. Attorneys aud Counsellors at Law. Office next dour west ofSagadahoc Rank. BENJAMIN RANDALL. JACOB SMITH. Bath, Jan. 2,185&. 29tf W1I. B. (JI.AZIKK. Counsellor and Attorney at Law, HALLOWELL, KENNEBEC CO., MAINE. Will attend Court in Lincoln Co. 'fitf \V . HAWTHORNE, MEBCUAWT TAILOR, AND DEALER IN Readi-Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, and Gents’ Fu«nistung Goons, ,Y0 liJ VtlOST STHEKT, 0.1 TH, ME Calf Boots, \nood article of Men’s sewed French Calf Bouts manu factured and for sale by J. W. ROBERTS July U.___« Yellow Corn. nOAA BUSH, heavy Mealing Cura, from Norfolk, for ^OUUsaleby (JulyIT) D. fc L. PATTEN. j Fancy aud Common Skates, TXm sale by !• M. BOVEY. I r Nov. 30. v The New Linear Lew Has nothing to do icith GR OCT S selling Clothing. _ Fresh from Boston a new lot of clothing has some, Where th- law says uian shall sell no more rum, And yourd better believe my assortment complete With rigs for your body, from, your head to your feet IVrspiration may tell you to try a tltin coat,— Tliat Ui Hummer'breezes will gracefully float. Ah, gents,Grout's the man that has them on hand, ♦ Th«' fashions aud fabrics arc equally grand. If still you are quoting the high price of flour, A ml all the provision* yot* duMy devour, Then Qrout is the man, and now at his Store, Ile'lf sell you even cheaper tiiaa ever Ik fore. Call in and look at our goods if you will, We’ll show them mi cheerfully ns we now do our hi!?, Come look for the proof aud judge for yourselves. Of the Ready-made dot hint* now piled on nnr shelves. * Come / Come l ! Come to <» ROUTS HI Three doors North Elliot House Block, Front £trceitIUt|iB THE DESTRUCTION OK fllK Army & Navy OF mrssiA Is of little consequence to the citizens of Bath and vicinity, com pared with the fact, that the Sub scriber is selling his stock of CLOTHING, mmiiwoii. BROADCLOTHS, PANTAEOONERY, Vestings of all descriptions, AT A Great Discount from the usual prices ! He will sell his stock of J At a Great Sacrifice ! being determined to close them out in order to make room for his CUSTOM TAILORING filllSS! This department will be prompt ly and faithfully attended to. Gen tlemen in want of the latest and moSt fashionable styles of gar ments, wilf 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 me 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 Tri timings furnished at the lowest cash prices. CHARLES POOLE, Merchant Tailor, AND DEALER IN CUSTOM-MADE CLOTUWG, AXD Furnishing Goods of all descriptions, Store next north of Z. HYDE CO., Front Stmt, Hath. Singer’s Sewing Machines. These machines Imre long sustained the highest rej ota tatiun in the United States. Tm: first prize a gold me pa i—lias recently been awarded to ihimatthe great Kxpnsitfon at t?ie Palace ot Industry in Paris, and thus they have the World’s verdict of su|*eriority. 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 icorh can be done in a day. The greatest clothing and shoe manufacturing establish ments in the country use these machines exclusively. They are competent to perforin every sort of work in the most perfect stxle. As there are very great numbers of inferior or entirely worthless sewing mnfchiuesof the L* row A Blodgett, Avery, Wilson. Grover & Baker, ami other patents, which have been sol 1. but cannot Ik* used to any advantage, wo hereby offer to receive all such machines, and also nnim roved ones of our own manufacture, is exchange for new and latr>t improved MACHINES, on lilx*ra) terms. All old ma chine a thus obtaiued by us will be broken up and destroyed. I For particulars apply by letter or personally ;.tour New ; York 0 lice. | N. B.—Local Agents wanted to make sales of our im proved sewing machines. To persons properly qualified ' for the business, a rare opportunity for profitable and | pleasant employment is offered. I. M. SlXGi.Jt & CO., Principal Office, H33 Broadway, ; New York. BRANCH OFF! ES: 47 Hanover St.,Boston. 142Ches nut St., Philadelphia. 105 Baltimore St., Baltimore. 223 Walnut St., Cincinnati. 1S‘- St. Charles St., New Orleans. Oloversville, X. Y. o3l Broad St., Newark, X. J. Cm23 I HARRISON’S flavoring extracts, via: Peach .Lemon, Roae, Nutmeg and Vanilla, for sale by M. F. GANNETT. Apples. O X BLS. Baldwin, Belli! j\ver and sweet Apples, fir sale ZJ by M. F. GANNETT. Nov. 6, 1855. -1 To the Honorable David Bronson, Judge of the Court of Probate inthin and for the County of Sagadahoc. T11E Petition and Representation of i.T. linstno. Ad ministrator on the Estate o| Sarah F. Thomson, late of ■ Bath, in the County of Sagadahoc, deceased, intestate, re i sp«-ctfully shews, that the Personal Estate of said deceased, which ha's come into the hands and ?»• section of the said Administrator is not sufficient to pay the ju-d debts and demands against said estate by the sum of one hundred thirty dollars and eighty seven cents, ai d whereas tl»e sale of part of the said estate would mat^rialy depreciate the value of the whole prop^y-h*- therefore prays for authority to sell the whole of the estate for the payment of the above 1 dues, and that the residue may he divided among the heirs Ht law, and the said J. T. Huston tin refnre makes applica tion tot his Court, and prays your Honor that he may be authorized and empowered, agreeably to iaw, to sell and j pagg rieeds to convey the real estate of s:dd deceased afore „*|d, situated in said Bath, with Incidental charges. All which is respectfully submitted. J. T. IIUSTON. COUNTY OF SAG AD.4 HOC, ss—Jt a Coart of Pro bate held in Both, on the First Monday of Dec. 1S5&. On the Petition aforesaid. Ordered, That notice be given by publishing a oopy of saul petition with this order there on, there weeks successively in the Eastern Time*, a news paper printed in Bath, that all persons interested may at : tend on the first Monday of January next, at the Court of Probate then to be holden in Bath, and sliew cause if bn)» way the prayer of said petition should not be granted — Such notice to be given before said Court. I>. BRONSON, Judge, ! Attest: A. T. ThoMP.-OX. Register. Copy of Petition and order of Court. | Attest: A. T.Tbompsox, Rcgstcr. 3*23 SAGADAHOC, «|.- At o Court of Probate, heU uf Bath, within and for'the County o f Sagadahoc, cw the first j Monday December, J. D- 1555. TITIN8H-P R. LILLY, Executor of the last Mill and VV Testament «>f Mani a Troll, late <»f Woolwich, in *a d County, deceased, having presented his fust acc« ant of ad : ministration of the Estate of said deceased for afkvwarc k Ordered, that the said Executor give notice to »!1 pens »o interested, by causing a co y of this o*der to be ptabPehed three weeks successively in the Eastern Jimes, printed et Bath, that thev may appear at a Probate Court to bv h**i ■» at Bath, in said Comity, on the first Monday of Jaau -ry negt.at ten of the clock in the forenoon, and shew *ru-« , if anv they have, srhy the same should not he allowed • * * D. BRONSON. Jud r A true copy—Attest A. T Tuonrsox. Register. 3*2'»