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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 14, 1837, Bangor, Maine .1 t to T. requested jo fniti est Place. OUR MONEY. New ikni ment, will be Ultra A.M.JA.5IILSON 2w vol. IV. THE DAIIA WHIO AND COURIER, is. pub- lished Five Dollars a year, payable half yearly 10 advance. AH subscriptions for less than a year, ia advance, and all I'or dinroiuiu- uffopff iiiuit be by iht amount due.. THE B.VNCrOR" COURlEll is published at ihe of- Courier every Vnbmii.iZ, af Two'Dollars a year in advance, or and_Firty CeaU if. not uipnths l7om tH'e'liine of subscribing. will bo inserted ih is herebTgiveii that EMERSON P DRINKWATEK, of the firm of BROWN URTNK WATER, been authotugd by an act of in LV PURTOR -ihe business 01 the firm in future will >H PORTOR. tba of _ le aud Fauc Wars, rug Glasses, TaUl Biull IU ucires wil be strictly adhered to For a squaw three insertions in daily or weekly and 50 each iu. may. _Kf flnuea. hrlf a square aitfl less than a fob "tafiKhtt interffffni and 25 cents for each week it may 7 L'ess than hull a square 15 cents infer- 1i cents for cseh week it Uiay eon- _ i will -j __ Ff.ntm deairops of advertising ny the year e M.eejyBd fuhjcflbers daljj BI Any individual may also occupy a haJf square eifljnaSty.'flMiiijftis U'liot oftcircf titan oneeji intruding uapef." AdvariMeincuU daily and will fcr_each inseri'on io-thB-UiU-r, in aiiiiiiion to the rates in daily. CHAS.C. GAGE, "aildr and Draper, has -moved Smitli'j Block Greenough's IMock ou Hammnnd street. On hand a primp assortment CaffirneVet- whicli..wjll be., oider'and warrnnied lo fit tii'd at reduced piicei. April 24- _ "C" NOTICE. TflHE Subscriber having purchased..lhe Stpc J, Tra'fle Co. offers a bargains for a Itxrpo asgatlmdnt of Pry -'consisting of Sheetings, Shirtings. Tickings, Merino, S.J.KIMHALL. MATTRESSES. ana anunie mattresses, inade of the firsj-quality of hair Brad A f. for under bedV, j sale1 by SHAW MERRILL. HARU WOOD FOR SALE. Wood, dry, cut last fall, C.TII he ilHivrred al any part of the city. Apply tc tie cnmiifitgRnnm 1JOOKSH- its Rise and E. oUier- by tl j "Chrichton" by W. Essays "of Efia. JulppTy of Just received by SsMlTI -jtilyl? ._.. NOflC A LL" persons indcbied call and seule tha- same at 64 Main a goods, be closed at yery foTtmTi. --T-iijrft in want iljj- interest Co call phrchasei, .JJ'ayl8_. NOTICE; IHE Subsofibers have formed a connexion in bnsmnlrs under ihe llTin ol'WH1TTIER GUILD, have takjn Store. No. strpet, nunrly opposite the have for- sale -a- large stoot-of Medifrfoes, DyvStuHs, French and A- n Pappr Ar r al vprv Inw pripptt low MART It, no. ar. ION n. co- r c-oiuiantly ou baud, at No ijU Main Dry Goods; Earihern, 'Cliioa ll Work do., brass snit Maj4. and Rp.llowt, Live Flat Russia andVillliesold at as tew us can be sed in ilc. ery lhal many at prime coil. _ Ttt first number if now ready for deli 1700 Nol05Commerrinl Block liroad street. tf POSITIVELY NO CREDW! "A niiitlfe iL.Jc.Ucrjt.cTrc i "flinn'a date unirf July we shal. stricily ailhere 10 the above. We have two reasons m view for ,iv gfnj 9f BAILEY fi AJ- DRICH, at No. 10 Central Wharf. Boston, take -the liberty of tendering their services as agents for the vsnsadion of-a General Commission THOMAS D. IIAILEY, my24istf ELIAS 'I. ALDRICH. JUST received at 60 Main street, a good assort- ment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, con- sisting1 in-pnrt of ._._ 44 French Prints, Velvets, -fig'd and 'Primed A Italian Misses. and Socks, Silk I-pathjerflelts, and Damask Table Covers, Crimson Cottfui do., Morocco -Biiiding BnflalrV-Cloth; Sheetings, Cong Cloihs, W-ickinjE, Fat'cyJ'dkfs., are invited to A. D. LOWELL CO. and Piloi Cloihti, Habit Cloihs. Buck> ReiefsliahiS', Cembletr Stock Together with asson- ment of made Clolhine, all of wTiii-h will be iVn Garments of every "descrfplton cut, made and _warranled_.lofiL_. _ jan.3Q FOUR GOSPELS. T.lHE FOUR PELS, translated from the I Greek, with Preliminary Dissertations and- Notes, critical and explanatory. By Geo. Camp- belU-D. nrw-and splendid octavo in 2 volumes. Rec'd _-...-, DUREN THATCH EK. OU H ATTi.ir; BULJi- HyUiaulic a_pnl25 ATl'WOOU fc liON. 1-i-one Ol Vhe above National work-; ll at _ _...'.. DUULN fcOSTV-A N D R AH -8. HARRIMAN._ rilHE subscriber hereto Ifilhe inhab-. bought but C.
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