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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 28, 1837, Bangor, Maine TI jd _, f., _. _..... y. k ,.j y-t irr PUH..I8HP.n R-y Vol. IV. SMITH, IN HUlLniNG, WF8T MARIf RT PLACE, BANGOR, -48, 1837. Tllfi DAILY WIFIG AND COURIER, it pub- livhea ai five Dollars ft ytWf, pSynbU hall yearly in ailvnnee. A" subscnptipu ID be paid m advance, and all rl'icontin- hee" 1 "K J lhe to. future ontie- inserted m the Whig Mure inan lia'f a souare Jeir tbao U .A LL personsjndebted uPcuBB "WJl'podsjjeuj be puichasedas Joiy as any Staple and Dry Goods EadhaA Ch.iM ?iner store in the "Hy an arrangement with lhe Staple and Dry Goods ChiUd I u f" llle an arrangement with lhe and Class Ware, ftilt auct IWanoirauy Look. ?le'sr8 they jive llieir attention Jo the Tables, Work do Brassy for the 'yxTBrait Head Kuivo _. EPH.RAJM with the rest of ihe stock will be closed very Ibn ai 64 Msm struct _ AN'examnidtion of Phrenology delivered students ol u. College by Thomas gewall, M D Just rec'd DV two I >J> 'firji Duality ofhair Ontd-Gnus.do. [article for twder and for sale ISKAVK MCKKU.L POS IT t V ICO Waylif ji NOT1CK. Subscribers, have termed a connexion ju .1. business under ibe firm of WHITT1FR A> and fiaye taken _gtore No. or, Spoogj, SCMSffW, VVailerH, Tea Sauce street, nearly opposite the Pouobscol we strictly adhere to Hie ..We r-Wwteii WflfTrMau, t, i anrf Common Kelfows, Lne Geese fee. lire above with many other articles adjust rec'd 7, 1837 -13 TIIRR8! iirpr LTVP_GFFSI') ,r are ai prices is low__ :.-f sed ID eijj, ncrt the are selling at cosj, set- 11 Paper verv low Jos M wtirrntk, 'f ABNER P GUILD POSTS Oft SLtF.PF-RS. SQUARED, suitable for roads or POO la have UomJt Auctions jjidalher soorcej at low rates, and can make a selling them for cash as low (and goorl. prices.
CO having porchased slnck of at T. A 4r J C. and havme removed JO MamStree', will coaunue tarty on the CJotb English, W I Goods "and payiuff ffSih (or onj w< ifre shove gomis wj.ll 5nd u for iheir advamage to call be- L PLKMMER CO. May 1837 ANDIRON ING, iiibjcribet TnJornn Uic public lhal be procured one of lhe patent Washing cliuies manufactured by Col. Raj of ihu city, wrd Uiat he is now readj to either visit families with this machine and do iheir washing, or will take return them, rougb tin or reasonable rarcj. The wushiuf Tor a commoi UligJ! IQ charge of only about 37J cenu. 'i "D" ftw" the Sunejn Wall street, oppoyte theMercan- come into ihi l.incoljX Foster Co will he scaled and tor benefit trf trie Cti-ftnf-fff aiwiii-yned lo cull WAi-t A D LOWELL (J rNRW GOOllS, EC'D per srhr Trgmont, will he sold cheap at u, irpcte Mlie contrary hy ilie the differpin marks. )t rv PARSONS ISiilIrtater Oroim April IR37 dlw line JOCfCTVlN n i 111 ic n I AmericaiivMouUily, for August The voU I Bell'i .AnijBj-iof Parley's lor August, Just.i VFEWdozeu Wash I.eaiher L Jer Shirts aud Drawers, rec'd.atii Mamsli 'et. Prof Ripley'sTVotes on the Gospel, vol 1. Physical Theorj of another Lite hy-.ihe dUtUor of History of Enthusiasm low to I a t .A T1 NEW BOOKS. Yottng Man's Aid -to Knowledge, Happiness By Rev. Hubbard Wins- 'I wice Told Tales Bv Nathaniel Lack's Closet Library The ih, character By Robert Phil 7P> Chapof ._ My Son'? comprising a sTimmary view of Hie studies, accomplishments, and principles of conduct, best for promoting respectability anrl success in _ J No 13 Temperance TaJes, Nancy Le 'fiaron founded on fact. Rec'd by apnl'i say thai ie of it. be manufactureJancTlor sale, at 60 an 70 Mam street Those in Uant, from a sma size to an uncommon Urge size, ai a low price, ar mvned to call aii _ ot cfimprismg Lelwrs ot- Bills Imoices, Acrounl and Appendix con _ laimng lo onnef Tradesmen and _ ers" fitc by B t Foster Treanes on Bread and Bread MaWmfr hy vester Graham. Memoir ol Charlotte Ramillon. Memmr of Chnrlps Ball, a black man, written b> htmiclf beins the 1st voJ ot the- Cabinet -of ATTORN EY AT LAW, UAS rrmovect to ihfT-ortice recently occupied _ _ JEWETT, the corner ol ?nd 1837. _ tf KEGS LAR4) a cood article for famtK use b? YOUNG RR1M A< Clark: J- Small J t VEGRjl'ABJLi- UNIVERSAL 'onlnbutt to ike kenttft, aild ftnnpixeft of mankind BRANDtfTfl'S sowed and known tFirouelioat fnr O' fola.l Ky SMITH SL FENNO, 17 West Market Place. [Er iNovmu'c STORI BAJTHE MID- SHERIFF, PASSADCMKIAO.- feb9 If THE entire slock, of Goods at No 4 j m Uloef compriMtif a of Drj cost.foi hree months, by g. A. HYDE. FURNISHING ROOMS, -No A D LOWELL CO. article, fo Alarkel Square. tt half spainsli Cienf sale by EMERY dec9 No 18 Wesl Market Place 70OO _ nbTg" unusual row pri ces by __ S. A. HYDE CIGARS, cheap by- WUirTIER Rtcbange Street lusr nent wiijcfi we wiH exeliange forl i-r WfO- and ol the Free Cbareb-m by J .u uHuau- ana ol me rec Uw ,-8d K. ,________ Meditations on the Last Days of Christ, consist- ing often Sermons preached al Constantinople and Odessa-by Wm. G Schauffler v The House I live m by Dr Alcou 5d ediuon I _ J Just received by DUREN THATCHPR u Water, 150 Whips at Bellows C Common do WOODEN AND Wn tow WARS Twine Reels Mop V.'nsti ftonrds, Horfrzg jnrteSO I on, 1837 parmfed lieves, Barrel Baslffirs.Cedarjroh bound .o oun painted no. Dipperi, Market Baskets, cover- Buefretr, Trieste WIHsw Clo.hes AHC GtASS WARt a I 1 AOr-lblh. Io37 allhnfirKI rhuio_h iu Nawhiiiu. Ru J .-.r _ J_ is wHl belteaea fn lo very ni'y Arranged in part and auuiqrioeri wilh tho and Order necessary fn a well mis arrangement the will have it conducted Hotel, (fits establishment offers peculiar -f t CXUUSCTU 4 _ ciHiicfc w m the tJleam Hoal Heonwa Witmne-t -pnpBcimis n.ia tborougnly built, and rec'd By ineir flje nf for business. the regular Maif _ will be printed rm fine to iubicribew for ri wo uri and Regular Scgwon. The num- e ,lgoed tbe commencement of the IT. Sewton ot OongHM in September neit ine l ELKoRiPH will contmw_a sene. of Ona f Btographtcal of di.mjjuiilicd Mem "OEORGB W lOrty, Jarte AT .L devote excinsiyety the probing at fau office in Grcen- f June It, It to bV SVpt in tbo House. Appiio.iioo maybe made loenherof thaSub er beri at Bansor. AMOSPlTiEN A. O, JEWI S FARRAR HOUSES TO fclfiT, ANEW bnek House on streel, buHt by T'ukoy i no Preac' street Inquire of deeto, MeGAW, ALLEN POOR. con j-isti. 1 A A QUINTALS Ornnd Bsnk- for IVU Mteby -GRANT jantl No 7 foot of Main Street. 15 ne-ton. of_SAid. cTlurc -trt3RtJN ic TNATC NOTICE. K Copartnership OREEL V under the Atm of dinolv Of aod to porehntmc lu.-bV with ,-d. Md account! be -j. t. 10. DAVID'OREfct-V. decentf J FIN %'COTTONS. UST one Bale more fine Lawrence -Cotton- Jon at _____ COfiBA M'K-BNJVEYS, __ 64 Main street. 100 larfa and small anri mahogany frame l.ookmp Glauses VOL 15 of Piekermf ss Reports inclusive of VIII XIV For sale by 3300-lbi Live Geoie, and Fealhers Brns made NKW nanr nnis frtleK fXELF.CT remains of the Rev William Nevins of specie win k3 with a Memoir 'f ceived for the articles as f ne ion I. Men's Thick Shoes, for sale cheap by Henri and EMERY fc 8ABINE I) rh. with a Memoir Leaves, ttiiis fiiiin VanOui aUtKviA "JTie lolly of ihe Valley the author 0( Little May 16, 1837. No. 18 West Mwkei Placei Pvd.ofthS OOVGR8. 4. ft, upplv nf in America -'dby l HATCHER. mayJO and B wU> GRJUtf OH wmi wm Uenfni. F'
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