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Bangor Daily Whig And Courier (Newspaper) - August 30, 1837, Bangor, Maine 3 i n ,v r v" w. i t M'ARCHANT SMITH, IN BUILDING, M A RK F-T HAJVGOH, MV... Vol THE DAILY vVlHUA-ND COURIER, is pub-, lislied at Five Dollars a year, payable half yearly be all orders lor discontin- uance niust be accompanied by the antount duo. J'HE CUURIERis published at ihe of- IS3J NOT1CK. OT4CE in hereby given that EMERSON P Mi? l M i -Pt.- fj Y ,t irTT-i.Vtr delivered l.rvam, he.iiri1 the tj vanl Temperance Society, by A. EUHN URINKWAl HUllioHzHtrby anacl ol I Porsale-at ihis ofiice. Fitly Cents it not patd-withiaxiit" V.KN is. wil-J he inserted in the Wuig Legislature ID ilic name of KrtlfckcsON L> I'MKTOR iho busincsj 01 the m be cfntduttgtl. uufitcr in advance, PORTOR. Bungor, May 4, 1837. .__. ....._-.-. July it. HYDRAULIC opriiio ATT tffiON._ VI >LIE i FO U 9 i O M F- RS. -inncxion with our biisiiieu we bave added a Kp_iitt, for .the "purpose of me witli r'uMes at thi -All cafe lya-nd promptly executed. UANGOR. J I .OO'fur three irnfrttoni an J Wccms for each l- for (href i; the year will _b.rr? Hi al a naif eived by SMITH l-'ENNO. NOTICE. A LL p.ersonj aCt.uiiiilj arc rrqurncd 10. ca-14-and set-lie lk- NOTICE. subscribers continue to transact Business as THATCHER'S. .I'GSl' RAILS W '-K.UAil KA II.S iuisu (.Vdar r-ost VOUNU 3i K nnt Block." April 1337. n at'No. JACOli McGAW. A. 'r CO. at No-COTSIw street-. -1 e Hiinis of Lanjfor and vicinity, that- having may 1 7 thvlnwest pricei. _ Main streoT" AARON 'D. LOWELL R -BiKW on consignment Unsdav: One bull; Hussia Lhape.r OIMJ li old stand, 62 Smith 'Main old customers and'the public I A Is' cjajiinati -Rend allj are invited- to c3JLbi4nt( as- i rtiai Goods can be fetirphpt -if-d a< low ftv-jtt i College. Uy 'rhfu ollirr store assortment ol low priced and medinm fcjjow heavy blue for cash, at 5-1 Main street. june27 SKWALI. ON PMRP.NOl.OGY. nation of in two kciures. oi the Colurrvbian M- IV- Jttut j. it noroftciKtr- 'i and Ibr'ciic-h 10 therp.n-fllar rftiffs ttytlfily; it "n 'I f choice goods '.ivjilM-vspli.; j .call '7 He f purjrascs. Vter, iirj l.lli'K.Sub-SerilKi s ba_ye_. formed a business ujidt-T-nlie firm of WHITTIKR the and for "sale hair Brad rticle fo'r "iin8 POSITIVELY 'NO CREDIT neUer th.in slowsltiUirir." 1.1 RO.VTihis umil July "striorty adijere to the above. have two rcasous a for sa_duinij; 1st. Tii delinqiiepts an oppo.rUioitv.tif.set- upiheiroid srcomitsi by contmuajly receivin oyJsjhey lorjjet Pav :'_-__ id We have received New-Goods from Auctions 4id at low rn'H'j, and cair-make a ninmission by selling ihem' for as low (ond 13 goods lower) than Boston wholesale prices. jy 9, 1837. A. U. CO. G_U ILJD, _a a'd .1 la v e t a k e n S t No, where-lliey huvc Exchange- GE'fiSE con j W I" conneafois eneral asiorfmera of 4-hu above other articlesafejust rec'ci j ofl' Uoaton wholesale prices, at No 54 by i pr.yinf cash for any ol the above.goods wijl rices as low as can be purclia-! COI5B McKENNEY. for iheJradvaniage to call and examine be- lore purchasing elsewhere. .and will he at prico sed in ihe-city, llig cry that Ot TI f n rUiv TE.NEMBN TS situated on the corner of Cen. t tre oniiuutn.bcrland streHs, by adrack Roberts. Apply to -JOHN SARGENT, Jr. Ranjor, Sept. 6, I8S6. if C. fr. their. stock" Dry Goo k al lowi-r pnqes than ever they haVc oiTi'red before for disiomers are invit- al U_T C2 South Mnri El' HE CiiARj.KS P. mcrican Jo22 IT" CJGPAR o at erv 4 A- i low prices. I IITERARV i 'REVIEW. Edited by Leonard Woods, Jr. jf Professor in ihe Then, Seminary, liaogor. APNFR I' u r Quarterly Magazine commenced in L. LMarch, 1B37.. D U R E'N" THATCHER. OR SLERPRRS. __ rjil roads or leucing. For sale by ATTVVOOD..A- SON, Com-.-Merchants junelfi____- COPARTJVERS TITHE copannersliip heretofore- exisiing between I the subscribers Jmier the name and firm ol JOHN R. GKEENOUGH CO. is ihii day by mutual consent dissolved. AH persons having un- settled account's with the laie firm will please call and settle" the same with JOHN R. GKEENOUGH who is duly'authorised in settle --JOHN R CREtNOUGH, JONAS AMES. Rancor, May and privale meditation. Cojnpileti f. U. I'arseiis. _- Memoir .A, eompited chiefly from.his lelirrs ardjournal. By his vviin a DUHEN 13 __ _ ____ _. CAMPBP-LI.'S FOUR GOSPKLS. FOUR iftnslated frqm tli Urcck. wifh. Preliminary Dissertations an Sotes, criticr.l and explanatory. By Geo. Camp boll, D. a new and splendid octavo edition, in ._ NEW BOOKS. Dr Bird's new work, The Nick of tlio Woods, o Silk Huotc.Lcnther.nelts, Edifings and JiiKerlinps, Damask Table Covers, j Crimson do., and Cotton drr., Morocco "eor> Buffalo. Clolh. LuiJg i ijatural llistorv Clotlis, Wlqkinij,
n- -t Jufe .11 ouu I null ,4-U me popular decep- assortment, pml.racinj Dining and Tea Ware of the 1 cles, E. M. hand as uiuol l.ie 11 i i bers at Bsngor. AMOS PATTEN L'M'l' received, one- Hale Coltoin for sale low at CO I'vW" 54 LAW: LAW! VOL. J5 of Pjc-kerinsT Reports' of irtelasive. Pdr by auj8- SMITH d "A VIU to ojder, from S5 lo incall at Cpsiomors 1837. and Thomns's A'nmnnes, ;fo lii.17. received for sale by thefrou hundred, dozen or sinple. hv a octlfi UUREN THATCHER. NK.W nOOits. _ Nevins with a _Memoir. Aulumn Leaves, B collection of ratscellanco" poems from various aifth'ws. Tbe_Lilly of the Valley, by author of Little Bv the Rev, Jorl TIlATCHER. Caiijror, Jan. TO .Jihiwe on Ohio a separate States. A su BUREN SHOES. Thick-Shoes, for lain rhnup hy EMEftY Ifi West GrSmTBank .GRANT fK 7 foot of The Pastors FarewelJ. Just Table Linen .under BSniitiki; Lioea F.yo Dia HOOK. Or X-HK TfNITRD RTATK8 and Historical, Of other llrustrmedt.v ment of English, .Domestic and "Bard Ware Mer- chaudlzetand a vartely nfnlheirarucU-, InfpfKftl Oftf ffjTou: rJm.g. Ifysoii and SioucTionp'1'eas Loaf. Crushed. H and H B J-OT. and SiDmulnjTO Corfee, Ctoco- Almonds; English nud a variety of k.iijds of NuU. boips Cavendish kegs fig- Tobarco.jiriiwipp wiih variclv nf niher-. Mace-KncTSjiffes of sff'TiHrfs Choice Wines, both eask andhoitled, and R varic jr of olhef Liqno'fs pert cily as importeJ. All of (he aiiicjp' be sold very Country Innkeepers and Merchants will JrTweU to rail and examine stock before where. j N. B. Bank bills that were current Central of will jfji- Crivf'd fnr nrtli-lot l> utii Bnngor, May 16, '837. 'S
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