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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 26, 1837, Bangor, Maine 1 1 V II R A u i 1C C A' 'L, f. DAILY is pub- Hied at "Five Dollars a year, payable half yeacly -All (brifsj thana ibejmid in orders lor uillMiU'A'J'E'lK.li.isTfeeii aut gucij. that -CMBReJON P A'ltho-rratiivVrecTm Lrvuul, Leiore Die I3ULS. Uydiauhc Cp.uem, ol ihefirm ul iitvUWN Ai ant Tampernnct! 'Sut ujiy, -by A. SAM.UKN OU fc'OK p.nem, soleliy I omiexU.ii w ith our oave pcJdctl I U arS Uo ,n, act ol 1-Wsale at mis ufik-o. Price litf cts _. splendid .Nmjuii TMATC-flKH'S. ITArLS AVANTIiD. Call ut b 1.0 WELL MOLASSES.' _ r JL" husrness undi-r thu firm ol fc-land vviil at prictn aijow a.-- UJEMOVAL. and have taken -Store No. Exchange- i in the cry thyi ninny. a'dor -ati'1 Draper, h.ns TP-J uearry tire "IVnobJWvr nrc selling j _. .'..._... L .moved S'SmOTi .IJlock'.to' Mlt-a' A nr.fr T.UE JUJJ Lit, AL A LYSIS, A' c aih lor :.i.y .'wsijrH'r to'Chrry xiii. i.he-( plfASiC.-OAUEv'.'a'dor-ati-i Draper, li.na ucarry ttre IVnobJWvr are selling ___ j _. -___ J. tun-di sslo-a" AL THE JUJJ LK: A L A LYSIS, "-j cash lor :.ny jTrpeiioiigirs Ulock "ofillaTiunund street.' A- tFW'" Kdi'tuj'ln rumuvl' Woods' J. -d m ul'iin- f.l1' 'l't'r Sv to" cx.ui.ire fci liairif-a loflis'ilWH-l'ineVtcaii JTaper at x-frv low prie-cs. -W-mn'iry Biwitror-- V' ihe-ht.tr seirpiures, adapted "to iho use of I lore ibcvvbero. ttiwtor: Arr. fcc-. be tr-: JCfit-M, Vol. -1 of ims QudrK-rlv commenced sjrl.hnth .clmal x, 17 i erand warrautcd to fit and at J Jf2- .'1 AliNbH P. fTJO U_) '-'MjrclT 11iJ7 lamdy- an-l private meditation. fonmiled ft.ay isti tf t nu FpHpiie i' "iHl'Ub.N 'I'll by J'LM'dr-ons. >V AS111NG AJN D 1RO.MNG. IJ rt_ rv JrC' JL i3 Xv i nil i f "i Mitiiini r n( f v llrli lannhc A KYI LJ .1 t- .u.t -MATTRESSKS. j U4 SQUAUKD, Mutable lor rail roads or vw .his fet.ue.. Mm.r ol K Lc'a -J' the hat he an J double. made of the J I Ft-r bv. o---ihv liiiniUcr is noxv ready lor ueliv- (.n< i.v in- it-uns I.M in? o, UjBn- .pHir-nreu one 04 -jiaient .._....... -i- r, .1.. _ _--_.. 4encino rtrs UC I _____ ________._------ -----Her. w-lll. n-sfccTCjral Kav nf il.isVilv -M AT TRESS KS. i 1 d.iutile Mattresses, made of the qinlny-of Riartt'iTass.do. a good I j ol ilic Into (i.ms of Me- o A w 4. i nrnn r: o r i A w p oo 11 sixpence a tieuer thnn a il.ovt j ihS-daK uiifil July 1st, shaf. a I lie re 10 iim above. JOHN R. GREU.NOUGH, JONAS AAlhS .9, 1S37. uW -I U'urc,
CASKS Ground F'lnMcr, for sale by EMERY SAHINE, feb.T NoV 18 Place. HOUSE. I iHE ifndcrsigned hereby give notice tbnt they will receive proposals for ihe rent of the Bun- or House, topelher vviih certain articles of Furni- ilirfl-iliercto of Carpels, Beds, the lease lo commence aboui fo ,_, -i.-i-.ii .mil low priced'1'ea Tea volume 1Vvvlrr Sauce Ne.vv Nos ofil.e Magszme Library ol pan Kry p.ln L Mrtlchc NccrCes; Hcalih apd other.Periodicals.. No 14 of the T.'mperfliiVe Tales Kitty Grafian The o.f rUV r: ret-'r! snct fur DURENfcTHATijr.il, Mile by _. i "._ M KVV -OOOOS, J EC'Dlatl steomer Hangor, by X v. --A -U aprili7 A OK'shle 'a .i.L i- r-o-- Mo Main Direct I fi." sior.v rtt-iliercio belong'in edding Hedd ng first of April rre.it.- r nitcl Mum St., vlm.o to attend to BSS. .The .situated to re- ceive HnntTnid tiuu of 1 very arrnnppd in every and Hause. sunnier) nenrPhrtfp Coombs' hoo'Sc: Pevv number IIGI'n Rev. Mr mnciing house." Ky ATTU'OOf) SON. ftpril? Auctioneers. TO LI'-T. smnll House. Possession given fourlli of April Inquire o( mVrcli'23 S. A. H VDR. 4 Smflh's block. 'iiVkf, A, oo W street. AARON 0 LOWELL" CO. I'ubjic S bv the seventeenth Leji-'lalure, Jatiuary Ces- maylG THK NKW YORK MIRROUx 'E'V of this variable anrf popular pe- riodical, jioul Jluly. i'nMeT'itoooTfra'i Marvatl been en- 'I which wifl rentier il addi- tlr valuable.- rec'il SM1TJH FF.NNO.. Mwket Place. efl ,vilh the re.pulBlions and order necessarv in a ucll conducied Hotel, this establishment offers peculiar advantages for rt profitable business. It will be urrderstoud ifaul no Bar for retailing _ Cobwebs. Swept awavr or some popuUr derep- t ions exposed j a sermon on Fast April 6tn. )837. at tie ftratcb'uich WilhinfflOU, Ps-Jior of sit i (I cbnrc-fi Jus) Tec'4-hv 7 junefS Pins, and iron ml-le and tea Spoons, brass and brass and Scissors, pocket do., HrtMol Bnck, fira-ss Kettles, .ip" t-c.-' AM> BUNDLES HAY K o.L Csistan'g uu die best ftlethnd of "Foster's Svstem ol Teumaa- sflle and -DUKEN Si THATCHER. i SON. Bed Cups, Jlrrehftiiis. JTCJDCIKTV Anuima, iii 3--vol-, BRITTAMA WARE Unllnmn I Curtee .W 1 1'ou, Tin Ladles, IVa anJ j Phristian or." .a brief tr I Me of ihe j.ffis-, Iftws filxTcusloujs-oTi'nr! Ancienj Floor Briisncj, h.Rbdled and. .uyhail- e of ihe j.ffis-, Iftws filxrcusloms-oTi'hr! AncienC- Pioor iJrmhcj, h.Rbdled ClotVs Ho', priced rrsur- Hair do, Tooth do. _. _. ...ily general rrsur- rection of the Human Hody, in which ihe considered FANCY Anrici.KS Ever Pointed Pencils Slay in fox or cif these important subjects are coo super isliiiviiifr Soap, London'boap. Ivhiy iif relaiionboih and Scrn.tnre. t'oml.s, jSo., Uallets. Christian a selection of Bc.yl Bead CeVpnt on me duties, tlifheuUtes and cncooragem. nn xvater. ISO Whips at I8J rents each, Fancy Bellows, ft.-. i ..i._ Common AND ow WARE -Twine Reels. Crown, Edinburgh hy Rev. John Memoir of late Pastor of i Mop Ifnndles Wash Hoards, llollm? Pins, Second Chur-'h in C j alld in hy76sli." rx-ests'of Boxes. Sieves, Barrel and painted Trnvrlling; bound jMarkei Baskets, cover- Baskets. Knliy Mats. .V embrBring'.'Rinrnp4intl 'I ea of the osl and food coloj-s. anT, Pels, Jurs, Apphcaiion niay be rnfufe tpjsither of ihe Sub en- T PATTEN A. O. JRWETT, S. KARRAR. Bangor, Jan. 9, 1837 jnnl5 HOUSES.'i'O oh Ohio street, hirttt bv aujHouie' pn French- ".MctTAW, AlvLEjy POOR, y f M Rank Cod: Pul.. ic Laws for 1837, JIKI tec.'d and for sale by SA1ITH HORSE Si RAYEH. IN Attguit, 1838, n Ivirse stcnre'd aAvlty from the subscriber nt Old Town Hi' deseripiioii. was a'cfark reil, black mane Jonr. of raiddliiig'sixe, well formed nnd valuable. He was year's old. yet he had n vyitr re'urn sa.id horse or wtierp found, warded.. DANIEL June 16, f837. OLrlffof PTrVerina's Reports U' of PiokermiTii volj, VIH- fuHahln for the Cu Jeot by (HUNT FLTH7, Not 7 of Main Street. -1.. 52 Soifth _ is this day distolv -14 c3j FRENCfl cp'VPIf rt F-.. EWSFAPES Pilrhprj GLASSES 100 small, gill and mahnjany (i.'ime l.oolnijj Ibs Live Oeete, Russia and Sen Fowl Fefltlieri. to i oil ot- 60 Srtimr lo 528- novl lOBINSON'S and Thnnias'i for >d snd (lit hundred, dozen or si ncl" bv ua N. D.inforlh. Rledilaiions on the Last Days of ChnM, consjst- inij- ol'teo ScFmoiw ai Conitytninople aod hy Wm. G. Schauffler, liy Dr A Iron ?d Jusl received hv julyU JU3T and KV't'nil jooo b. No Block. Bacon; 15 bhls Clear Pork 5 hhds Molasses 10 cask Itaikitis 5 do-; 20 -.into. Coffee, Gketft- A a 'viiriety m" Choice Wiires, varielv EWSPAFESI
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