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   Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 29, 1837, Bangor, Maine                                V. Vol. "IV. Hy MARCIIAN'i' SMITII, IN RUH-mNG, ACJGt'S'r iiANGOn, A HE DAILY- COURIER, is p_ub- year, payable Hair yearly ,i a'lvauce. All subscriptions lor vest, to-Uc paiJ in advance, and all orders for discontin- uance must accompanied by llie amount due. COURIER is published ui ilie of- 'of the Unify WliijTandCotiriej- every Tuesday TVvo year in advance, or if not. pud within the liTna.of -sii morniii, i will be-inserted _in the Whig lIlO IrK" wiit 10 imrriinjtt or yeekhi and eaeli week-H -con- .More tlisn Jialf A'squarftartd Icsf- ihart NO TICK.- JT.UST JVTOTICC is hereby giv.en dm EMERSON P j A N Address delivered at Lev-mil, bpiore the te- ll "iUMvU'ATEK, oLlhfitirin of HKOU'N vaut S'U'ie'y, 1JKJNX VV'ATEK, haa been authorized l.y an act ol i Ki.r sale ut ibis ullke. Price cU. in ihy ot -KAlKliEO.N jJJ, 4 ilie Oui 01 the Of m in tuture -wilt PORTOK -Bang-or, M ay" 1837." BOO'KSM 1 -All entrusted 16 his care Mill failhfnl- ly ;md promptly JSQTICFv- _- _.- to transact business as at HYuuAULlCr BBL6. lijUiaulic Ceiueui, lur by---- ATTWOOL) SON. IX IHAJS PORT it All' one-of sptehilid x. ul...... DURKN i XT ___ connexion wllli our business we i I Funnelling Ware Ro isn. for the may l f j i than lull' a square 75 cents for tliftt intt'f- bans, and 2o cents ioreach il iray bs eou murrl. L I'crsoni ddiiroiu of adverlismff hy ihe year will received sulucriUcrs to ilie daily at A.-IV a-, hall' square ly, cii.angiua; H liolofieiier i.li_au oiicea r f A new supply n'rPraver POST AND RAILS 2000 Cndaf i' "gtv e s' ifSl i d ilie-i n h a b and vicinity, that liliuoii to llie f i litsmio'n iu in dsily. CO. enps'onily on Ao GU Main street, fi. f Uangor note or account, are requeued 10 Fa nor Dry 14. i7 j i Ji x- i supje-aiid Faner Dry call and settle the same'immediacy al 54 Mam r 4 w Qm Ma, Look. hc-ltmnriB complete Glasses, Tables, Work do., Bjilstcada, Brass j my tow, 811tl Forh pr.ic.es J in warn w.ll Tea Keltles, Saure imeresHo call aird uiak their. BrusheY, fjwrlpWaai !___j i :__ subscribe of 11 bought out C. E. D. GOUKREV. will lie Uiy-tToods business at the old stand, 62 .South Mam wherp nIH customers arid Ate public geuerally.iare respectfully iiivjied to call Jjeing as- Ibat caiTbe purchased as.low as al any other store in ihn ciuy. Hy an wfflFHbe j Messrs Godfrey, they will give their attention to the business ar heretofore, for ilie present. added purpoe of. iir) the lowest prices." _ -CieM-H.1 60 Main streei AAKON D. -LOWELL ft CO. PfT-W GOODS, bale Russa X luih K ft.is.k _____ I et'tQW CjJifocs l.'i.w. .njiced and which with the rest" ot will be closed very ]ow for cash, at 54 Main suiet. _____ BrusheY, SwririTEIai anrl Live Gges.e and Russia j. and double M.uiresse's, made of the tinit quality of hair Hrad a -good tide for under beds, apri for b-y nov'Jfi- rfHAW MERRfLL. PdSlrivULY better tliao. a-slow sliilling-r'-- ihis unlil July 1st, we shaL strictly aijnere to the above. have two reasons j new for so 1st. To give ooportuniw of-set- up iheir olfl ftcrounts i by continually receiving' Js Pity-Day......- I. Wo liavc received N.ew from Auctions id other sources at low rales, and can" make a mmission by selling; them for- cash (and mt> o-oorN lower) than Bosloii wholesale prices. 1837. A. B. LOWELL oTCOV" calt aird beforf "uiak their "Way f? tTOPAHTAYKRSHlP NOTICE. Subscribers have Conned-a connexion in1 The above with many-ether articles are just rec'd business uuder" the firm of WH1TTIER I ami will fie sold at prices as low as can be purcha-. Tpd irr Oie cry that many are selling at prime cost. mayo 1837. il 13 RI2AL ESTATE siiuatjpd on cnr'ier ol tre and Cumberland streets, recourly built by 'J JOHN SARGENT, Jr.' I83G.___if 0. U. VRE their excellent stock of Dr.y Goo Ix at IO'.V.T pnce  Com. COPAHTNEUS 11 ]lHE copartnership heretofore existing between I _ the subscribers under the ivame aui firm ol JOHN R. G.KEENOUGH it ts this day by mutual consent dissolved. All persons having un- settled accounts with the late firm will please call and seliln the sam? with JQUN II (iRF.F.NQUGH who is duly authorised t" seule tlie stune. JOHN R. JONAS AMES. Rancor, May 9, may IS.. llHEAYriiing and Copxino- Fluid, for ssle bv March, 1837. Subscriptions tec-'d ery. family and pmate medftafton.- Compiled" rilHE nij'settledbusiness ol (he late firms' of Me- I HATCH, of McGAW- POOR and of McGAW, ALIvF.N POOR, is in the hands of the subscriber for adjustment. All pessons indebted will please call and settle the same with- OKI delay. JNO. A. POUR. Hang-or April 18.T7. RICH UINIJSG WARK. WE have just rec'd per s'chr Apphia, a large stock of-rieh Cinna, "Earthen ana" Glass Ware, of. Anjd-foihioiiahte cploMj aiid Glas- ses, Toilet, do., al 60 Wain sirpei. A. D, LOWELL CO. TIIK BIBUCAT, ANALYSIS, R a-Topica4 "of the instructious o( holy adapted to ihe use ol ministers, sabbath school and bible class teachers, O1 for this State. Alt'moir of Rev. Jacobs, A. M. compiled The first-numbtr is-now ready fur 1'roui his Ittiers aisf journal. Ry his daugli- tei, wild a sketch o! his B. Scars. rfust rec'd by DUREN THATCHER. B nership under Mie lirm- of BAILEY AL-j DRICH, al No. 10 CentraT Wharf, lioslon. take liberty of tendering their s'ervices as age.iit.s lor. iransactiou of a Gwnerat CjimmisiHjrr buiinfss. D. BAILEY, '1. ALDRICH. _. FOUR GOSPELS, translated from the "nd cntic.il and explauaiory. By Gco. Camp- n-f, Qf> aird 3pleudid 2 volumes. Kec'd by ma-v27 DUREN THATCHER. JUST received at Main street, a gooc! nient of SPKING AND SUMJIER pixxl i 1 Freiieli Prims. Muslins, Vrlvets, plain Cambrics, .lacroucls. Linen Damask Aprons Pjinird Aprr Misses NEW BOOKS. ffirei'. n.w work, The Nick of the Woods, or Cr Hose and Socks, Silk Leather Edgings and JnsVrlinfs, Damask Table Covers, Crimson do., and ChciStiTlicUl Prill, NulValo Cloth, Shfeiings, Long Cloths, AC., Fancy Hdkfs., Customers are invited to cult. mav4 A.-D. A ljojj< ivliich have bei'ii picked by the or v JMv Ihe lyms of Lincoln Co scaled anil 'tit llie imlfss directed the comrary by the owners of tho dilVerenl m.nrks. SlllRLOOK PARSONS. Siillwjxter-. Orcmo. April 1S37. 10CIKTY IN AMKIltOA.hy MNs Mariineau 5 Live aii'FLer.Live, by Sedgwick Nick llie Wonrls. by the author of y H. AuKworth Snarlcyyow, or llie Dog C.ipt. Alarrj'at The American Gentle- nil -J'liii American Lady Foster's Penmanship f..r bojiniicrg TUft New York Review, 1 me tor MojithlyufiitvVjieust.._Thc vol..I No J Bell's Medi: [.EVttealiw ParJeV-'s Atag. Jusi hy -SMITH i kcl Sljil.irp. of Rschpnl-iurf. with nddilions. by ProfN W Fiske. I An Address on Temperance, by Or an.exiract from which.appenred-in this paper a few days surer. j Prof Ripley's Notes on ihe Gospel, vol I. Physical Thenry of ono'liTr Life j -by Itie sullnu I of Natural Hi.story o! EntiiUbiasni now knou-n to be ISAAC TAYLOR. "Sermons, hy Dan'l A. Clarke, in 3 vol.s 12 mo. ____The Clerk's Guide- or Commercial 'ence, coinpriainp Letier? ol 'I3usiness, Forms.of j H'Hs, Invoices. Account and A EpendTx con RC'iJ per ?old cheap 'fft'1 lalifluj 60 Matojfre.el. _ ___- Equation of payments, CommefcialTcrms, Treaties on Bread and Bread Making-, by Syl- vester Graham. Memoir ol Cliarlotle Hamilton. Memoir of Charles Ball, a black man, written by Bap- FE-W dozeu Wash-Leather I Drawers, rec'd at MaiiisU oetllf ELJ.. fc. CO, 3er Shirts and iet. maiiufacuired andfor sale, at 60 and J 70 sireel. Those in want, from a small sizp to an uncOmmort large size, at a low price, are invited lo call. A. D. LOWELL marehlO M hall Spanish Cigars, good article, for  md Ri-gular Sfuion. The. num- will Ue isjued at, tlie comtnencenwnt of ihe tra Sesaioo of Congreunn Srptetnoer next. The TicLKdjikpH will con'sra n of Orig- Biorfraphiunl Noticen of dialing ulalied Mem- GALES, _ City, June 1, 1837.. i VILL In bfl.i- ness of hin Greet- ffh'S Block. Juae tj, I8A7. Sl-'AKISH FLINT. TO SELL, OR LET. I JIANO FORTES. Applv at ,V SON'S. march8 Auction Office. i. CASKS'Groiind Pl.ister, for sale hy KMF.RY SAtilNE, 10 i I KAIVGOR HOUS-P. herebv.give notice_thal they will receive proposals-for the rfnlof the Ban- gor House, logether with certain articles of Funii- lure thereto belonging, consjsling of Carpels, Keddmg. the lease to commence about the first of April next. j. dom, edited bv Prof Hush and Gerrit Smith The English Bible as it is Obieciioas lo a tist version of the New Testament. The Mournf rs Gift, a neat volume in silk. Nos onlie American Magazine -Library of HeMih and other Periodicals. No H Temperance- Tales Kiity Graftnn offi'ler." Just rec7d and for by -.-DUREN THATCHER- may-5 No fi Smith's Block. I steatnor by H .___ A, D. CO- 8pfil27 INrft.fiCr ftfciiir Street rjORsale a well hnislicd two Dwelling J.- House, sitimlednnar PJiilip Coombs' house. Pew number 1 1C in Rev. Mr. Pomroy's meeting house, hy ATTWOORA SON. TO LET. .._'-. A small House. Possession given toe fourth of April. Inquire of. mVfcli23 S, A. HYUK. 4 Smith's block. Wt." pay a premium for Gold an5 Silver, at GO Mam street. jrfne.30 AARON D. LOWELL A CO. Purrtie Laws oUhi'Siatr ofMai.ie, passed by ihe seventeenth Legislature, January ses- JVOTJCK. Subscriber having purchased the entirn I stock ol Goods of W. E. PINDTR it Co. and laksn ihe in- tile Dank, recently occupied hv ihcm, offers forsale a assortment of Englliji, Goods and Groceries, Crockery, Cliina- a'nd Glass Ware, Hol- low and other Hard Ware, which will be sold on reasonable terms. B. C HARTWELL. Nov. "decS NEW BOOKS. rilHE .Mail's Aid lo, K an3 liapiiiess. 13y Rev. Virtue SEW At I- ON PHRENOtToGY. fy examination ol PhreuoloSy tn UuiucS to l-he of M. ricc'd by SMITH Aj oT f A- fc J. C. haviuf removed 10 __ will continue lo car.ry on ihe Cloih jrennraTassdrtnieuT ol" "English! Gooda and Groceries where pur- chaseu cash for any o( the above goods will fiml it for to call (o7e purchasuig elsewhere. J. L. CO. May 24, 1837. isif WASHING AN TMTHE subscriber informs the .public lhai he Iiai I. procured one of' the patent Washing Ma- -manufactured by. Col.-Hayof and that he U now ready to eilhe.r visit wiA machine and ilo their washing, or will take ihe clothes home afld t i-thenv, rough 
                            

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