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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 21, 1837, Bangor, Maine VolMT. HY MARCHAN-X" SMITH, IN IfUlT.niNG, SM, IC37 HANGOR, ME. lio. 13. j HARTWELC, est Market Dace. irig'orj'hy irr'Vnlure, us. all lii? CM ale lor ors as become psi- rling to sn an pat- slrihnlcd lo his said claims. A copy of OUR MONEY. New England, yrrteni, wjll be laUn KV THATCHER. AM-JAMESON THE DAILY WHIG AND COURIER, it pub- .1 Fiv. a year, payable half yearly advance AH than a year, -to be paid in advance, and all orders for a.jcoutiii- uance must be accbnipiMied by tfre Bmounfduer- YliE -BANGOR the of. uiomius ourer every al Two Dollars a year iu advance, or raBd Fifty Ceutsif-tHH paki lne time of inserted, in the. Whig ter on toe aud will be iir.ic.ljj' JO r._ Fur a square tlirte iniertiona _m of- weekly coii- i than lessjhan a. fot tliret and 25cents for each week it maybe Vontiitued. Indian a square -cents for three inter, tions, and 23 cents lor each week it" may be cod- Ull rf, desirous of auveriiiting; by the year will HMi'fibe'w in the dally for viiliial iay it occupy square ot ofienerthawouee a week- i( paper. _. U marked 'Hnityond weekly, .will be charged 25.crnts lor each insertion in the latter, in jilditioii to the regular rates hi daily.j REMOVAL. .._ nrtAS'.'C. GA.GE, lailaf aim., lumper., has, mover! from Groenough'n Hlock on Hammond street. -On naiirfa prune assortment of BrefldclolhsBuck- which will be made_t< "oidetflnd watr anted to fli and atTedueedJprrces. NOT1CE. NOTICE is hereby given, that EMERdON P DRINKWATEK, of the firm ol DRINK WATER) had auiboruod by uu act o Legislature to lake (ho name of F.MEitgGN D. -POKTOR the bujrnen 01 the firm in future will ho. -fftiiducU'l the name ol IHIUVVN Oi PpRTOR. Batigor, May 4., ffOCIET'Y IN K_7 its. Rlse'trnd'Kull, E. L. Bulwer, Fuber" and other Talesjby the author of G.-P. Hi'. EMa. -A uow ol Player- Just received by SMITH--ik KENWO. NOTICE. ALL perVoirs indebted to" COBB McKEN- NEY.by note or.aceounl. are requested jo call and settle the same immediately at 54 Main reel, where may be tottnd a complete assortment of choice goods, which will be closed at 'very low prices want wYU-fiud iti interest to calL and exauuoe before mak their delivered at vant Temperance Society, by A. -Vur uolo at uttico. Prioo liA JulyJi. 1 S U MATTRESSES. INGLE] and double Mattresses, made of the fti-41 tfiiahly of hair- Brad Grass, Ho, 8_gopd K fm UiiJirbeirg, luJtTBceivediincf for sfite by SHAW MERRILL. HARDWOOD POH SALE. ORU4 Hard SVood, dry, etil last fall, aiaRy, part of the "city. 10 the cQuntiiiff-rfofliA 6f J- JOSEPH VV. HALE, No 105 Commercial Block Uroad !lj- NO CREDIT "A heller thno a slow shilling." 1.1 HUM this date uniil July 1st, we shal. unotly g'lhere lo the above. We have two reasons Ut. Td give onportunTlv or set- old accuunts j by continually receiving jyin.1.1 ihpj- t'nrp-pl Pav 1'ajy id. We have received Uoorls from Auctions oilier
m, for llw purpvse of ti) articles ai the lowest Cull aJuO Mam street CEDAR RAILS by YOUNG tOOO CVdar Poitl. HARRIMAN., NOTICE. subscriber hereby gives not We lo the inhab- f vneiaitys httving oui C. B; be wit! eonUOMP the Ury Ui.ods tiusinexs at tiie old -stand, 64 Main streul, where old-cuslomerj and public generally, are respeiotfully invited to be purchased aV low airai any other store in Hy an arrangement with the Mecrrs Godfrey, wiH g their tfm business, ar heretofore, forllie present. 18.57. 13 _; PKATHP-RS! FEATHERS I! JSJNECTICIJT LIVE GF.EsE: Baltimore Western Ducks Russia Feathers, are selling off at Boston wholesale prices, at Ni> 54 by COHB McKENNEYr- AJso super and low priced O TRUNKS. TRUNKS. FilRU-NKS mMufaclured and for sale, at 60 aorf Matin street. Those in a smnll size to an uncommon large ster, low price, invited to call. A. D. LOWELL CO. mareh-10 M half Spanish Cigars, a good article, for tale by EMERY SA-HINE, -No. 18 West Market Place. YARU8 COLORS most deswnble, at unusual low ccs by HYDEf. CIGARS. M So Cigars, just rcc'd f Jy8 ORXN i FllNt. QR LET. jlANOFORPES. Apjily at I ATT WOOD St. SON'S AUolton Oflfict. Plnxter, for sale by I EMERY 8 A fob 7 No. 18 Place. ______HAHGOK IIOURfc... undeisiKned'herehv that they I will receive proposals for the rent of the Ban- or Huuie, lordlier with cerium articles of Forul- lire (hereto belonging, consisting of Carpets, Bedl, Redding, Cham, 4re. the lease to commence about April aeit. V jf fl 'i x Sl_ reive the company ipjhe Steam Singe linen cnpaciods nlia thoroughly buiH, very convenirntly arranged in every part, and with the regulations airtl order neetisury m a well conducted -Hotel, thil establishment Anert peculiar rVr a. It will be Dndertlood thai, no Oar for is lo be kept iathe House. _.. Sjub !en- bers at Banger. AMOS PA fTEN A. O. JEWEVF, 8. FARRAR. Bangor, Jan. janll Manual ol'Classical Literature, from the Gemini; of Escbenburg, wilh additions, by PrufN W An Dr Chmnnng- an entrnsi finir. whith lliit- a ff" davi since.__ _...... reof Ripleys Noles on the Gospel, vol 1. Physicftl'lTieory of another Life by the author of Natural History of Enthusiasm now known to be ISAAC TJ.YI.AR-. Sermon's', by Dan'l A. Glarkc, in 3 vols 12 mo. The Clerk's GtiTde Correspond ence, comprising Letters ol Business, Forms ol Invoices, Account ApuendU con taining advice to young Tradesmen nnn shop-keep ers. EqiiRtion of Payments, Commercial Terms, ike by B F Fooe.r. Trea hes on Bread "and Bread Mating, by Syl vesler Graham. Mfnioir of Charlotte Hamilton. Memoir of Charles black man, written hy himself, being ffie vol oKhe Cabinet .of Free- Prof Rush and Gprrit-8...ith. The English BibleaiTHti "Objections to a Bap list version of the New Testament. 'iTie MviurnVrs Gift, a neat .volume bvusd ittailk New ofthe American Magazine Library of other Periodicals No 14 oftheTemppranre- Tales- Kitty Graflan The ofcufer. Just rec'd and for saleby DUftEN THATCHFR, NEW steamer GOOUS, g D No 60 Main Street. _ aprili? A HOUSE AND fitOR -a finished- two ttory .Dwelling House, situated near Philip Coombs' hoosr. Pew number 116 in Rev. Mr. Pomroy's meeting houie, .by ATT WOOD of DAVID GREBLY. A by Or. o la. WE pay a prrmluni lor OoWand m RO Main street. juieSO A A RON D. LOWKI.L CO., 'uhlie of the State of Maine, patted by the seventeenth Legislature, January lion, 1857. Cobwebs Swept away, rfr some popular dttep- a sermon dr.liveicd oo Fait Dav, tiom-ex expotreri; i'L. I eorutd WJtbiartoi. r.t'dby June 15 ,_ A THATCHER THE HlRMCAI' ANALYSIS, R a Topical arrangement ofilie iUslructions of the Jioly scriptures, adapted to the use of ministers, sabbftth. ajiJIiible class teachers, family worship and private medication. Compiled by J. U. Parsons. Memoifof RCVT -Bela Jacobs, A; M. eompired chitfl) from By his daugh- ter, witn a of his character', liy R. Stars. by IHJR.RN THATCHF.R. June 13 NOTICE. Subscriber having purchased the entire I stocl? of Goods of VV. E. PINIIER pt jn r' t ATTORNEY AT L A ASremevad to the rocently -occuoiad by I STETSON over the Eastern bank, corner ol Main and Hammond streets. Baogor, March 85, 1837. tf "i--- BHDS. Retaitisg Molas.es just received and OU lor sale by AVOOD SON. NKW GOWD8, OH cynmgMnieirt thu day bale Russia i 1 K fA rich, ol luw priced roedinm Calicoes, low priced and heavy blue do: which wu'li tne rest of the stock will b-c very low (or street. _ june57_... ON PHRENOLOGY. AN cx3'miuutw5n in delivered to the students ol lhe Columbiap College, by Tbomat Sewall, JH. D. Just rec'd oy> juneSS -.___. NOTICE----- J. T.. Pl.UMMRR CO. having lhe. Broadcloths, Casiimeres, of T. A. fi. J. C. WHITE, and having removed lo No StreetywtH comrnoe; P" -the-Ofeth business in connexion with a general assortment ol English, W I. Goods and- Groceries., whpre. purr- chasers paying cashTor any'of ihe'aboyego'ods fiiid it for tiieir advahiage lo (Sail exaiuiile lore purchasing elsewhere. 3 J. L PLUMMER'A. CO. Bahgor, 1837. istf WASHING ANT) subscriber informs the- public thai he I procured one of the patent Ma- chines manufactured By uol. Ray of this city, and that is wUh-ihi ainled Pailt. Travelling Ba'kels.Ccdar iron hound Ruht.-pAJnled cover- ed Willow do. Pins.cov'd Buckets, Trieste lothcs Baskets, Entry Mnts. c, EARTHIER, GLASS a good jjortmpnt. embracing Dining and Tea Ware of lhe WAHIT WAI Univer'alPills, so well and favorably WowTMbrougfiouVtBe United States, fui idle or retail, hr SMITH 4c FF.NNO, 17 West Market Place. No Dnuc STOKE HAS THE GENDIKK MED- (Tr WINGATF, DEPUTY SHERIFF, tf.......PAI GOOnS A r OOS'l. entire of N: 4 8...iin'l I Block, comprising a gieat variety of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, will be offered at cost, for by B. A, HYDE. T f-AWS FOR 1837. fllHE Public Laws for 1837, just ree'dand SMITH FENNO. for sale by ___llOKSli S IN Augint, 1836. a horse slraved away, from at Old Town descitplion was a dark black mineond.lail and long, of i middling well and valuable. He twelve years old. yet he had a Whoever will return laid hnne or give information Rbsre he may be found, be nandtomelv re- warded. DANIEL J. PERLF-Y. JuaeK, LAWU QL. 18 of HepeM! "A of Pipkeriiic'i VIII JOV i HO 100 and tma'l, irl frame Looking Glasses. FrATHF.Rs 5500 Ibi Live Geese, and Fowl FeKthrrs. FKATHKR BKDI to order, from J5 to JJ8. it..-_ novSl (Lr1 ffO SOOTH MAIH STRKKT. 18S7. and Thomas's for KOBTNSON'S and Thomas's Almmiars, 1837. just received and for sale by ihegrosi, hundred, doien or single, bv ottlfi OURRN rHA TCHER. flELKCT remaint of Pev. William Neriut, a Memnir. _. AiHuma a eollecUon of varinui J- llUt Lilly Si Henry 1 hi E H'S Kl- HM KN-r A R y fi OHX BOOKS. Desi5ned_to. lead the learner x_> principles, (rum Ibefiril ruJimenU of Penmanibip, to a perfect knowU-dge of (he Art: being a new improve of by which the loss of time in ruling horiipo- -tdl anddiagnual lioet, and setting copies, ere evoid ed, and the attainment of Penmanship if gieatly rt- ciliiated. Adapted and Private Insime- tioo, by B. F- Foster, Teacher of Writing and Book Keeping, author of a "DeVelopemeni of Ik.r. S it Teaching ol Peaman- ship." Wholesale and relaiww jnlyU UURfcN hff A i CHr.R. HAY AND MOLASSES. HAY; lOhhds. retailiiig Molasses; on boacd schr Polly 4" Nancy. For tale hv junc29 riOClETV.in Araenca, ini rhrintian Antiqoitiei; e-r, britf of the orders, riles, laws and customs of the Church, in the early ages. Prew'e -on identity and genstal ruction of lite Human Kody, in which lhe evinVbcef in favor of thess important subjects are in relation both to Philosophy and Scripture. The Christian Pattor't a selection of Ttm IS on tlic difllculliri rtd-enf oorngeffir nil of the Christian Ministry edited by Rev. Joki Brown, Edinburgh. Memoir of Wm. C. Walton, late Pastor of Second Churrh in Alexandria. P. C-, td edili an N. Danforth. Mediiaiiont on the Days consist- often at Odessa by Wm. G. Schauffler. I live m by Dr. enlarged. Just rectii'r juljll DUREN 1 F Retail No. 1000 Ihs 1500 do of Charge '-500 Bacon 15 bbrt Clrnr Pork, j 6 bhdi Molaisei J 19 Malaga Raisins boxes do braird I tO boxes fresh Oranres 10 do Lemons. _. _ during ine season. to the tboi-e ani- clei. E. M. Jtecps at usual tenersl assort utent of Engfuh, Domeilic cud eliindise, a vnriHy of rn part of Imperial Old Hyson, young Sourkong Tens Loaf. Crunhed, H and H B aid Si IXr. late. Cot-oa, shrJFed and hardsMled English and A meriena with a vanely of wilh a variet U.nds, MawaadSpieet o< i .mitt, wnwt, boitr enk yl will lEWSFAFERl
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