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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 11, 1832, Bangor, Maine HAKTWEJ.L, nil.-'.Kg. ...rvef.' to Hi'just llip MCOB MrOAW' 'RED, H. A NO. A. POOR. t THATCHER'S. SALE. 00 m. Hemlock do.ii iVd Inr 'fitr bv' KRY A- sAiimer" WOOD SOX, rVest Market i'lace. VOTJCE. JanJTor, hy ui'Vnlurc, 0 us. all hi-- psiaif icr nors as becrme pat- irtlii g tft-wi J.- -lo. Lit .claims. A ccpy of 1 at Counting Room of i. DU.USGHAM, IMOND. YOUR MONEY. I JWw IB) be talia rv THATCHER: tf 8Wl-i II, IN DAILY WIIIO ANO COUK'PB, is pub- lished at Five pmyable Half-yearly io advance. All for L-ifiTbc paid in advance, wid all for dtV.ontin- trance must by (heainounl due. liAlVUOR ui of- fice of. the utg moriiins. at Dollars a ye.ar ia advance, or niqiuhs from the lime of AnvKRTisitMJiHTS Willie inserted ilia Whig jTCoBrierou lift only, the adhered to square ituertions in rtemrr'Tor -Vitucly ff.Sff..and rSfnra cenXs fof each we MM I- Sift y IrrtOrw Air iltret intertwnt and 85 teuu for Less limn arkli: fenuert. jor _ JVrsons dejirous of advertising by the year will e rifcivcH as veariy sulurrifiert io ihe'daily'af Anv in'liulual'iriay occupy hair sqoTre occupy eiier ibip'wice'a week WEW noousn AMEOIC A.rhy Harriet Martineau; in and L. Bulwer, Kaber" tHil oilrer ilieauihotof "MellicliHmpej" "Cbriehion" by W.H. by Q, P, R. Jamet 01 tuppfV oi frayef received by s'MlTH julyl7V -_.-. _ ALL penoni in CUBB ft MtKEN- note or account, are rcquetied to rail arid the- Street, "here may at W Alain of rhoire goods, which will be verylo lor cash. Tn.pse in call and exa'tnmi tnak purchifsei.- Professor, in _V.ul. 4 1SJ37. Woods, Jr. luinary. Hangor. Magaimt'commeneed' in UURKN A THATCHER. ror ui fa rtady for dehv Culil of Me- HATCH? of ftc'GAW at POOR Of -ALLEK, f OOR, w, In ihc of the fof All indehted witl anii the same wilb- JWCfc A. Kanyor in W1 RICH HiNlNG bayejuM rec'd jpt'r stock of ritli Ware, oi good patterns, and lashionehlc Gill and BFain streeU a, and Gtft.i colors; Usr paper. marked 'daily ji ceulV'for enrji Jfliiion to regular rales in daily." _ V. _ _ I" poix'liased StocK in iradeofSl 3'. Kim.ltall >t Co. al gripal irjains for Cash, a assorlinerM of Uryjjppds, S.J. KlSlRAt.r.. MA.TTRES8F-S. (INGLE itnd Mattresses, made ofjhe tirsf quality of hair Brad Grass, do. a good jticle for und.er beds, just received A'n'd for i' siinTtf ftten FOR Wood, d COliUS Hard SALE. ryj cut (ant fcpuly to tie. eounliiifsRoom of f JOSEPH. VV. HAl.fc, [_ _ No 105 Commercial Block Broad street... h If il_r POSITIVF-LY NOCREDl'V1 'A nimble better than .iRUM 1st, wo strictly ijjfiara above. We JWQ reasons i view for410 1st. To give delinquents opportunity ,of set- Sling up iheir old accounts by co'niinually receiving oii.li Pav Day. 2d. We'liave received New Goods from Auc.tions itlur TM.II at Kiw jnd tan a- turrmissioii hy selling thrni for as low (and bme goods lower) than Boston prices. 1837. LOWELL S OR SLEEPERS. sbNartle for'' rVil- roods' or For sale-by- ATTWOOD _ Com.- A. pri'-OWBtt A---CC3. TAILOR. on band an nerron business under the firm of WVVl I'IEK GUILD, and have taken Store Exchange- nearly "wKeTSfReyhavislor sale, a TarWsvK-k of MedJifue's; and A- at low' prices. JoSi M. WHITTlfiR, Pilot ClolbsT Habil Ctotlis. Pe.ernhams, Camblets, Storks, Dickies, Bosoms, Suspenders, A.C Together with a gooj assort- ment of really made Clothing, allrof.wriK-Ji.will -be sold cbeap" for ca.h, at No West of every dekcripHoa- cui, wade and warranted tp.fi''. janSO HE FOUR OOSPEI.S, translated rn.nr the rliHEsn iChVout hereby Buitfur dud vicinity, tlfcttt. Kivingj" COVFBET, he wit) continue rjoo'd, the 62 -South Main the public generally, are rcspeictlully invited to call, toeing mted thai liuods euarbe parehasod any for l'tl 13- Bfc l western" are off at bortoa pflces, at -fie -64 by Alsosupn IqwjincecU'ickiugs. __ A N AI-T OR a Topical arrangement of ihe ol __ oi stlbfialB school and-liihle' efasi ..-_- by J. U. Alemoi'tof Jitv. A. M...eompilp'I inp subscribftrs-unrler the un'ine and "firm of JOHN R. GHEENOUGH :CO. mutual consent dissolved. hnving tin- nettled accounts with the lale. fion-wilU the same wittrJIOHN. H. GREENOUGH wbi aulhoriied IP selile'llie some. juriN R. RRbENOUGH, Bangor, 9, 1837. m I Wriliiur nH frmj-irur DURKN maylS PlniH fnr hv THATCHER. fev. J-A.L 8UKUKRY. RRMOVAL. -H JEWKTT. M. D., Surgeon Dentist, has No. 43-W-M Market fine fw A K K have r-mpyedio Ceniwl jii room over Kint A Cutihif's. _ tf alTlie Sec onffCehlemya) 8t 5: jBbittin'Gran-d "March. Uotlon Waltre My.Tjark is Jirieh't ilh
R gi-.OP N BiainuHiiiOq of v i iu iwv 'ituJe'iiU of e. by iSewelf, K rec'd oy A1 L. ii VO. living purchased J A. I- J. C. 16 Nsva WHITE, bavinc to No will fcntiRKt io cnrry in eoanejion with.a itnftjel -pf Goods pur. eashibr guuJs nill it for tfieir advantagQ IQ call and examine be- lore istf p a ge'neYal miortment'ol English, W. -I. Goods and Oorkery, Cnina and Glass Ware, ttot- and other Hard Ware, wbicb will be sold on B. C HARTVVFLL. HOOKS. rilHt; young- Sfail'sAtd to- Virtue 1 and Happiness. By Rev. Wans- mayV A Dr LOWELL A- CQ. I l ifntit -c-t AABON D, LOWKl.T. N _ Barjgor, April 3. 1837. 3m ap4 AAROW n. tirtsi Bed Molannes Cups, blue WARE. Jy8 III A NO FORTES. Apply at WOOD I- CASKS Grourid Plnxtrr, for sale br EMERY no. 18 Bible its it is Objection; to a ftctamenW a neat volume bound Nor of the American Heahh. and other Periodrcals _________ ___ ___ NotKtoftae Tales Kitty UVaiUfij aljd'T" Pots, Block Tin rl'ea" aud ref'djnd for Table Spoons. _ -Fhjur Brtrsheji, tJleo" fciotfies flo., firiced Hair do, Tooth do. Block Tin and Brittfmia The baneful Just rec'd f THATCHER, ftiopir' PLOUK. f AM E3 CROSBY, offers No. !6Citjr Point Block, 150 barrels Genessee Flour. HA MOOR IIOU8V. t.. wlULiSfctve ii Jto the. Ban, or tocetW wllh certifji anrflti of ire belonging, of Carpets, Beds, ling. the about Mat Apnf next." T" Vft--' -V by A. D- CO- No 60 Main Street. _ V- Ever Pointed Pcnc ill. Stay Londoi Soap. Ivoiy G A- Dreixixf do., Wallets, 90 Whljin at ceow Bellows, a well fTnished two story Dwelling dkijc.'titiinud near Philip Coombs' hoVisr. -Paw Jlfjtn Mr. ...neliag An WOOD
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