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   Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 16, 1837, Bangor, Maine                                ay formed a name and qoniinue io nil nary and occupied by Noi 0 II Uwk id lor -air 5RY AiSAItltSF vooo SON r'esl Market Placed 4VATS B lor j'ale'ai 1V  in businpss LI eonsig i.ments Swti PH LSRL'PY, H 84MUORD uietv of rrr d ai 70 LlL CO IN WP8T Vol: IV. 'HE DAItV COURIER, u pub- at Five year, payable Ualf 4- for letnliiaua io be pa'd m advauce, and all orders for uatiee he arc-ompaujeJ by Hie amouul due HIE B COURIER published at ibeof- Daily and Courier e-verv Tuesday morning at a year advance, o? Dollnn and KiAv CeuU if not paid itmi the or mbjcwbinjf. wll m the Couripron iheToltownif and lUe will Briefly adliered to hereby given that EMERSON P 11 UKIfilK.SV.AUR h-eo eiilborued by -n act ul in lake the oa-e ol D POHI'OR -ihe business 01 the firm 1n future will be condoned under toe name of BROWN b PQR1OR. 1837. i L Uulwer, K AARON 11. 1-OWKT.T., CO. IN AMERICA, by us Rue and trill, 'iy 1 Marfti Faher1' and other ...urc than half a square and less than square for thrtt fur each week [-may be continued ccnlv cacti T.CVK H ue desirous TifadVerlisnig "by the year wilF cippd" yearlyjjiljstrtbttfcriojhedfljji _ ___ individual mav aUo occupy a half square nnttantly than onCea wock or paper daily and weekly, will be 1 36 cenls for each insertion IB the [d hiion loahe regular rales ID REMOVAL. GAGE Tailor jiml moved from No 8 SniiiTTsTJlock Fo_ Hudson Gicenoujh's Block on HBromnndjureei author of VV P R xsaysof F.lia A new guJmU ol Prayer c Just rereltEd by KO'UCR. h.dviMtJ ,0 COBB JMCEN-. note or account, are requested io pall and seule the same immediately at kS-beremny be loujid nunrtmritt of c'lioTte which willbe closed at xery low prices for eaxli Those la want will find their uiiArestlo call and ei-eimae belore oak E their purchases _ COPARTJXFRSIIIP iHF formed 1 COIIHXIOn ID nnrW ihe firm of- WHITT1ER GUILD, and have Cakeii blore No. _ stfpetj nearly opposite lor sale a large-stock of SLutis, French and A- "Tmencau raper at low prices, ikms, cVc. winch will he made t iid Urass Head Fire Setts, Kmves Scissors Wanera Kettles, fffUfheT S-eD'H Fiat and Cemmon I ive anl IIYI1RALTI 1C CUM Vjt'r. XythwilicCeaient. UU ATI WOOD The many other articles fire just rec'd ami-will at pricen as low as can purcha- sed ffi the til) Cry ihai nre sclhuft at jjrime cost J REVIEW. Edited byl Professor m the-'llieo lioniuiary, Bfinyor Vot. 4 of ihts Quarterly Aligaxine commenced in March; 1837 SuEsrimtmnn iff'A UURbN V THATCHER. N _ B '1 he first cumber is IJDW ready for deliv of the laie ITrms of Me- GAW HA-Tcti of McOAW and of McGAW, ALLCN Ar POOR, is in the hands of ihe subscriber for adjustment All pessonj mdehied will ana settle same with- out -delay. _'_- JWO A. POUR Aprdit, 1837. ap26 ihe'ahove 1 may be Hi "apcjUO UURLN 1HA POSi- ".VAN, CbDAR KAILS SUOO Cedar Posts by YOUWU V riiHF, subscriber Uaiiro ei iiror mu4 thai having- bought out C E D. GoWRtT, will cooUnue the Dry Uoodj busmeis al old 61 South Main CU'Lamrri I ha public. invited lo call, being vj rtlnl OVlifdl Cdn bv V.B oiber store in the city. Uy an arrangement wild the will give ihenr ilia _ PAUI K January 7, 1837 13 (r WH of S J Kimball ft, Co offfrt au iTns for a larpc'a'isortmf'nrof frfv of Broadcloths, CasMmcres binchams, Sheetings, Shirtings Ticking Mcnno 3 J K1MBALL. IH A 1 t- ifcfciSSNS. and double made of the first quality of hair Brad a good article for undor beds, tuft received and for sale rnov26 SHAW MERRILL HARD FOU CORDS Hard Wood, dry, cul fall, part of Cdj1 Hpuly to the counting Room of r JOSEPH W HALE, No 105 Commercial Block Kroad street. LT POSITIVELY >O PREprjJ tuutnreis heifer than a slow ihilliTig dale until Jul} 1st we   his assigned to us all Ins estate real and persona for ihe benefit of such of his creditors a he ikf firti nf April nert Tlie Bangur Ttbuse ti ihuAied1 to re ceive the company travelling in the Steam Boat am Stage capacious aud thoroughly built, and very couvenirnl'y arranged in part anr with the and order neeemry In a well conducted Hotel, ettahUshiut-nt offers peculiar botlffirtir It will be understood that 10 Bar Tor reuiltnr is to be kepi IB tlu. Application may be made toeiiher of the Sob hart al Bangor. Jan 9, 1837 A S _ d JEWETT, FARRAR ANEW hnek Htuse on OEio slrlsi, ky 4 Tnckey a Home on French street C. M. IE reducing their ncettenl stock Dry Ouods at lower than ever ibey have offered for Cath am IBTII- ft j- 69 South llna street IHESuKscnhers hnie this seld -their Slock floods in Store No 6 City Point Block to m pleve call at tfci CfHjntii> IT 1 1 HARM reet Inquire of decW 9RGAW, ALL1H POoK, COD FISH. QUINTALS Grand Rank r Mk, for sale by FLIMT, No 7 Toot of Main Street jautf fiiHt Copartnership HxTMtng tl Ira I FRENCH OREELY is tjtfday ffj V DAVID tit flew No s of the American Mijminc I ibrer> of lealth and other "Periodicals No 14 Kiify The bauvful cflccti ofcTiler for DUREN 8t ill No 6 Smith's Block. LOWELL A FURNISHING VVARC ROOMS, No 60 j UST ravened and now opening n food assort %f m'nt of Foinuliing articles, at ihe "A bove place, which will lie sold at the lowest once for HARDWARE Brass Fire Setts brass head do brass and bws head Shovels and Tableau< Desrrt Knives and Caivers andKorks.suue. jnd low Tea Trays, Ten Kettles, Gridirons, Pewler and lined Porringers, Sauce Fry Pans- Lucifer Kniuinj Pins, Darnerx plated and iron table and lea Spoons brass and nndjapan Lamps ftnncmg Km res, Lanlborns, Blacking, hjk. Scissors, pocket do Bristol tfrick, Brass Bed Cords, Molasses Cups, green and blue FAMES CROSBY, offer? for sale, at No 16 Citv Point Clock, 150 barrels Flour. marthIO A D t NoflO HOUSE ANsi sale a wel[ finished iwo _.r_ House, sitimed near Philip Coombs' Pew number 116 in Rev Mr raeetinf ATTWCOD SON. apnr7 Auctioneers Glass lasses, ft c ara-renoxed from No 70 street TO Mu ilicet thiee floors nefow A D TO 1.11 iv A email Home fourth of April Inquire of 8 A, HYDE, ftyen or. VAI-UAHLfcJ CLEANING PLAI HERS. iIIESubsrriher takesthismeihod io inforw the of Bangur and vicinity, that he km ofO IXHfer't Patent Fcalhrr lenovaiorx acknowledged by thnusandi lo be the method ever taken to clean and restore Feaih- n to their original lightness and elasticity, By this process old and much worn are tade have the appeanntre oTnew very uKck being Hd of aH din, t'l winch all f'-'-ntt have i Ic the n .e Harps, BRITTANIA-WARC I in and Rnltama v, f-vtiT, fe-Tm Ladles, 4 ea Table Spoaus. Castorgj tit. WniT died do Hearth do and low priced Hairdo. Tooth do, FA Her ARTICLES Ever Pointed Pencils. Staj Rings Shaving Soap, London Soap, Ivoiy C -P .I0 Dwmmr do r ancj Pf ,4 i a' Mnk Corumon do. _ Woopm AMD Wit-iow Twine Mbp Handler, Wash -Rolling Pins, Chil- Willow .ChaiMtCarruget Wheelbarrows, of Boxes. Sieves, Barrel crwmon and parpted i ravelling bouad painted do, Dippers, Market jttver- ed NVtllnw Pins, eov'd 1 Clntb's Entry Mali, A e. AKO WARR. a goort tlmle lv the healthy nnd happiness of uuinlimil _ _ DR Vpg-ctabli UnuersalPilli, well and favorably known throufflinut tie for sale or SMITH FFN1SO 17 West Market Place No DRUG STORL HAS THE Gk.nuiM: MID- ren _ _ DFPUiY SHFRIFF. I -r COS'i. entire stork of Goods at No 4 Smilb't Block, fomprump a preal ianety of Staple and Fiuicv Dry Goods, ill offered at fix- three inonlfw, by 6. A. POO'TER'S OPY BOOKS Designed to lead the upon simple principles, fromlhenrsTrucfiniehu" Pcumaitship, to n- perfcei knowledge oTtho Arl: ng a new impmieH of tearhmg, -by wlnih the trouble and loss of-lime in rating horizon tat and diagonal lines, setting copies, are ayoid- ed.jiaiihe aUfunment of Penmanship is greatly fa- riliraTed. Adapted to Schools and Private Inmrur. non ty B F Foster, FwtcUer of and TWk author of a of Prue Essay on the best Method of Teaching "Foster's System oj Wholesale and retail by DL'KEN THATCHER HAY juneW For Uv SON. Y ID Amenta, by Mar- R brief ria- nd mnnner of iheir being from Ihe animal rood colors POTTIH'S WARE Milk Pans, Pots, Jars, Mugs Pitchers, Jugs, Sic. GLASSES 100 larre and small, gil and mahogany frame Looking FFATRTKS 9500 Ibs Live Geese, Russia anc Sea Fowl _ r FEATRiiTBtpR-marUtoirder, from J5 gt8 Cpstomeri are invited to i nil at novil (L.r 60 SOUTH MA in STKUT 1887'. ORTNSON'S and Jhomai'j Almanai-t, for 1837 just received and for sale by the f hundred, dosen or single by oetlfi DURUM I K f I1HE Subscribers having of their stock I in trade lo R C HARTnxu., and to tk bo tint si, Indebted tr ihtvK by or to aad aento tti nd mnnner of iheir bejlng from Hte animal lakf- a -ntimm HTJL- i he SubM-rSi-ar that all whn will PtAtEft" lemto-call and wiinew the will ae--) nowlerlge it lo be good .A IT of patronage. UfAiUkcn home 10 (k.ch older i give satiiftction. or no required. rcalher DirVritsnj. ravemrrsare inviUd to call nr) ttperitioir _ in the are ,a tfie Dliw'l NBV tl.IAX. decS r f {i OO WOO SELRC i of the Rev. VViBiain _ with a Me --olr. A Leaves, a coTlaJtioa ar miseetrantoni _" VatU.7, bj of 11 ami hm ini Pailnj't Br CBrislian AntiijtiilicS; oAbe -h. Church, in Ihe early ages Drew's Essay on the identity and g  C, the F. ve Church m Irj. a N. Meditations on the of Chmt, eonsut- f of len at Constantinople nt deua by Wm G Schauffler. 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