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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 January 1862

uu 3 -jCn-.- ) I thi: PACIFIC ron.HKR('IAI. ADVKItTlSER. I. Pa.bli.lsl Krrr Thrlf Mortsiaar. Crrv asp Lld St acaip-nxs, Jrl.uO a Ykab. The suhaeri p: ion price fr all iirrif'rirIi:l U foreigner san r!r, i f7 per aiiioinl. arncri lulu. Ira the American an-l Hawaiian (la- . All p--raf.r American ur European porta, ill have l statca postage l.nips onOn-m. IT Sva :m..t rtitui jtLif is Alivurr. 1 T Vrm rjn k- tines fna all parts of the Pacific will always be very accrptaUe. COMMERCIAL. PaiXTIXC OFFICE. PLAIN AND FAXCT BOOK AMI JO II PRINTING vmf. bills of exch ange, catalogce. uilo of ummi. HILL HEADS. OJNiTHIt BUniW, CimiT.aRS. BLANK DEEDS. A I HIW El f.L, II AX D HI I.IJ. PAMPHLETS. SMOPDII.L6 tT TISITIXO. BUSINESS AXD1DDRS CAUW fannied VanA-i e Can! Prraa," in tlie higheat atyle of th art. Commercial Advertiser. The following O ! to the Fopreme Being la tntne- late.1 from the Kuswiart. It was written by one of the aumt Ji9tiuzuu)hiJ poet. Dejzuamb. It is ni'l to hre been trtiulatej in...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 January 1862

a 1 a u ! i i COMMERCIAL. . . TllVRSItAY, JANUARY Id, IWi T Speedwell arrive 1 ma Mmby sanciiinir, after a long ami Writ mas passage, nsch to the relief of those w bo bad been wait in. good oa board of brr. as veil ft Uioae of the friends uf pa arcrra by brr. Iirr imnul issage one f ' UiiW incident fr sailing vessels, and will funiiith an argument in taT.T of steam, wlv-never I lie ay arrives for it introduction. The recent scarcity in some dearr iptions cf -ru!ue and f the Mouunl of hf-, which has prcvail.-d I., re f the -t two wsrks, shows how dt-prndrnl the meiropr.M i, t,n other placrsi for its supplies. This scarcity baa reen eausrd mifily by tf weather, cutting c IT oar amal communicate-in with tber p!ae-s, simply with San Francises but with the otht-r i-dand ol oar group. Among the article which have been uiiuJOally scarce, mrm IwtKT, potatoes, flour. hard breaJ. many kind A groceries, At, Lc OT 0.r bar bad ta scwl foe supples to Cal.fr.c oia, when there exists aw earthly rra...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 January 1862

THE FACiriC Commercial Advertiser. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL a The birk Speedtrtll. Capt. James Smith, arrive-1 on Mon.lajr tnoming last, 23 days from San Francisco, bringing the Anericau mails. Expresses, an J a large li.t of passenger. She ha 1 a tedious passage down, meeting with heaJ win-Is, rqaalla, an J calms all the wj. Her mtano'li will be found elsewhere. The E-wtern news brought is verjr n. eager, and no later than we had by the Contttt. The accouut of the firds In California will be read with interest More full aceotinU will Le foand in the California weeklies of the 7th and 14th ef Ilea The President's n essnge will be found in fall in the weeklies of Ltec 7, and will repaj a perusaL Telegraphic Item. The following summary embraces telegraphic re port from the East from Pec 4 to IS. Vijifiitymnf, iJeoember 4. J. C. Breckinridge Ws unuinvualy expeld to-day from Congress. The reported removal cf the rebel Capital from Richmond Lt incorrect. The rioutbern papers are aJoeating the...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 16 January 1862

THE PACiriO Coiuincf cfal " Advertiser. riic i rc.it Coiixfiirncy, ami I?nglai.l' lYeutmlifv. i A .9.7 . . - r w - uritrrrca ai .Mount rasro, Due I or, on the rmrth of Jul u. IS 61, f.iinty.&LrtA Annictruzry if American Itulrpendimce. BY JOHN JAY, EM. Continued from oar lat THE C08.VEE-ST0.NE OF THE SOUTHERN CON FEDERACY. We hare glanced at the secret history of the conspiracy.: Sow, let me a-lr, on what ground does this usurping Confederacy ask to recognized as independent, and admitted to the family of nations? .-. m the con rent ion of Sooth Carolina, in reply to an objection that the declaration re ported by the committee dwelt too much on the fagitire-slare law and persona l-!:Mrty uuis, as giving it tne appearance of si.fcial pleading, air. Alemmiriger said : " Allow me to say to the honorable gentleman, that when you take the position that you have a right o oreaic your laitb, to destroy- an agreement that you hare made, to tear olf" your seal from the document to which i...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 January 1862

THIS PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AIVEItTISEIt. Is Pakllht4 Every Tkinrfaf 2frsasaa Crrr i Ulaxd Scatrtu-rrioSA, $4.00 a Teab. The a.W-r!-: loo prfee frw mil pa pen forwarded to foreign eoeuv. r(e. M 7 personam, which loclM t!w AamaQ b hi Hawaiian postages. XV paper, for American or European ports. will hare t nited stales postage stamp ootlie-n. J T 9ijcair-tiux.' Paiablb Always u lix XT (aaaiaiiiesUoas froej all porta af Mac Pacific will always be very acceptable. COMMERCIAL PRIXTIXC OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOat AM) JOU rUIXTIXO rr .a OOtt.. BILIJor EXCHANGE, cat loot r., bills or lading. BILL HE 4 D, CON3rL,R BL4NK3, CIRCILARJ-. BLANK DKKIn. AlCTIoM BII.L3, IIANI BILL44. - PAMMILKTS, "HOP CILIA rr TTSITIXO, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS prints waa "VuUtCtnl PrcssV' in U higlaest stylo of thwart. - AdxrortiHins Torm. "O" All ad verliaeaarals avt.y..ll- la adra-see. Xs 1 art. Five Liar. .....$ .60 ' Trn Lines I t"0 Fifteen Lines.... 160 Twenty til's... 2 UO Thirty Lu.s.... 3 uu 0!i-,rter O ilj...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 January 1862

1 OOmiVIEIlOIAL.' " -' tTni'Ksiy.ir, jjycjRT's,wi. 'lra sa' ui4 pliuut wtathrr a;raia in-va'!, Vr a asoath of wiiiaiis mm, wkirh, valla lhy ensure tn the bna baodmaa aVusdaat rrofia, lataxUU relaxJ trade ail sLippUig aimattu of th t. We ai wtthont any foreiirn arrivals to m. eweptimr the booner MarilUa, though several vessels ar- h.-ur'T ! 'k-J fr aj&oaf (bna lb bark tUdridjr aad Cease, bulb tm San FraJKK-r, (ml sb'p Ceoryt H wiimjlmm. trim Bostuo, now absot ftv nvnths vat. with a cargo of ciml ami . v.ed su r rtianlis air this poct. Tbc Mart.'Jt brirgs a fu3 cargo nf cocoa nut oil. anwrfintinz U about II.O fa!noa. W are LappJ to notice that tt.U oil, of abicb n have received a Tseauuful sample from Cb. English, la being ccasiamly kBml ia oaiity, and this shipment r w.Mr tbe fl wt of r Quest vpTiM. W itb the nrw machinery, wbiea CapC Eagiisfc will ewoa bar ia peraUoo oa isx island, tar ifUaluy will be suit fartkrr improved, while the odort wlit b greatly meres d. TV brig Joepkin...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 January 1862

9 nnT I i the FAoirzc: Commercial Advertiser. Foreign Summary. ' The notorious Nel MoGowaa of California, was ar-restc-l at New Orleans tpy. An exchange -ij8 tbe Pun was tilled bj light, iking. ' True, 'so't it Lord MtncV'bas "nmeil tbe duties of bis pine as Cjicrii'T General if Cauaylis. He had a brilliant reception ftl QiirUrC . , , . The Norfolk Day Booh is printel on brown wrap, ptr.g pajer It is tueonly paper published in Norfolk, an 1 sajs. as bad as tbe p iper it, it has not enough of it t priot itxm than one-foorth of its edition. Lrltnd Srnf .rd. jnst elected Governor tt Califor nia. Repo&lican and I'd ion ticket, h a nn of Juaiab Stanford, of Went Troj. JleatuJieJ Uw in Albaoj, with lleur C. Wheaton. An archimandrite has tweo hitherto at the bead of tbe ecclesiastical mission at Ptkin, but it is now de cided t' place it under the eir of a bishop; and Pater Gouri, who had resided a long time in tbe fl.intte capital, is selected fur the dignitj of beicg tbe first Rumian ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 23 January 1862

a ! TZZS PAOiriO Commercial Advertiser. TIic. Great Coii.pirjit, ami England' Xctilral.lv. ,4 .A .......... , ' , An Address delirrred at "Mount Kisco, New York, on the Fourth of July. 1S61, the Eighty-Sixth. Anniversary of American Independence. BY JOH.N JiT, ESQ. h Continued from oar last. England's neutrality. In this crisis of our national history, it is natural that we should regard with interest the riew taken of our course Ly the great powers 'of Europe, and especially by that country with which, as colonies, we were so long connected, and which, despite the two wars that hare been waged between us, we are accustomed to remember as our mother land. Mingled with our Dutch and Hugue not ancestry, a very large proportion of the older families of America trace their descent from England, and many who do not are yet connected with her by no common ties. For myself, I may say thai I have always enter tained for her people a hereditary feeling of attachment, from the fact that my Hu...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 January 1862

3 Ii t " THE IMCIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. la PaMltkr' Kfrf TharWay M r - CrrT AS IsUsss tcucuttlusi, $4.00 A Yb.s. The ubsTin"oo price tar all papers forwarded t'f"rrtzneoun rWa. I I" pttsnwa, wbjch iaelifclra the American and j .a-Viian p.ta--.. All pipntir Arnmcan or Kurepeaa ports, will have I'mUd ii.lcs postage stamps on them. 17" Si b uriviK PavaBLS. Aitr I AutaStb. TT Commwnieufcms fnsn all part of tbe Pacific will always fee vrry acetpCtMe. COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. rT.I!l A5D FANCY" ROOK AM) JOH PRINTING . . ; srcw BOOK.'. BILL OK KVCIIANOF, CATAtoorr?. iiuxiruwxo. KILL fl H 1f. OSLU BLANKS, SJlRCCLtR. BLANK iKM. A t'CT ixlS BILLS. II A M B I LL. I - , PtMPIILETC, SjllOF BILLS IT TI3ITIX1. BrslNES AST) A Dl)RI3 GAUM printed oa a Yankee Card Pnaa," la the highest sty le of the art. Commercial' Advertiser. The Far Valaablra. Time is money ; Labor wealth ; Knowledge foirer ; Temperance health. " Tim fat BMey Wu prise U la a world of anxious care, Watch ami pray, and 0' Exct...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 January 1862

. !'. 1 1 I .has?!' MOMSUSUi yXg'V-V--n-rtiitT tVti oozaiffsn ci al . THURSDAY, JJXUJRT SO, 1W2. T hark A EHrHge arrived from San Fnuciro mi Monday last, after paag of 30 days, brincnig full freihl f asaonsd sw-rrhaiui;', rrMMi.tiiij in rt of Utmu 3Xaid arr of flowr Mad fO sacks Bf wheat. Th San Fraacisro market was very a tuvtr arid th yr'nr 4 mm stapirs had adraocol. We tyte the f .!'. in rl-- : Flora Ootid brands, command 7. krat, $i W 10U lb. Rc Advancel, 9je rWused f. Patua. ftcus Advanced to IJc 13c PtLT Sa, ei tlarrimom. at 1 3c Covr as Advanced to 2Jc for Rio. Rice, owitur, to the absrnc u good Carolina, haj advanced, Ad is likely to remain high In some weeks. Tin ought, to help ear rie-planters, who hare a good market fur the crop cisslng in, which, oo account of freahueaa, ought to realise a bifb price. The price of eoff.-e and sug-ar are doubtless iiiduenced by the war tariE, the rates on tite article baring pruoahly been st.ll fuwthf In man A hj Cacjrrcas. Tots doty, (4 ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 January 1862

THE PACIFIC Co nimc rc ia I Ad vc r t isc r. ARRIVAL OF THE Clipper bark A. A. Eldridge, AND Two Weeks Later News from all Parts of the World. rumiiM; .news from dierica i THE REBELS PILIKIA! Th e;Tf.pr lurk .1. A. Ellr idje arrival early on 2.sfkl 17 list, bringing iLe Fa-item wails. Her fan eage fn.tn Sun FrmcUeo was an unusually l'.ng on thirty-dava, having ln lecalme! 19 ly. during !ich the bik moved LtrJIy a hundred tnilr. Her news' m exwliog1j interest1!), and eLeerinj for the Union , which is Memlitjr g lining ground. Tbe fitiowii.g re tbe Litest telegraphic Jf ices : I In Ira mf ler. 10-20. Furth -r nun pean news bus leeu received. The London Times y : The principle on which thi Oj'trnmi-nt rests its rlemrtn i is that British sh'pi, aoiil their violation of tiie nvalralitj laws L tally proved. mnt be hcM to be British ground as much as it B'te were an nctu il piece of British soil, anl the rights of ail persons on board are as valid as on British ttrritor. Sit such violation...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 January 1862

TUB PAOiriO Coniraercial Advertiser. Tlic Orcat Conspiracy, and England'. lYeutralilv. An Address delivered at Mount Klsco, iYVto York, on the Fourth of July. lc61, the Eighty-Sixth Anniversary of American Independence. BY JOHN JAY, ESQ. Concluded fnn our List. FOREIGN ENT ANOLEM E NTS INSEPARABLE FROM MSCNIO.X. Let theAmerican Union be dismfrnbercd, ar what is to prevent foreign powers from re-entering1 upon oar national domain, from which at such great cost and labor they have been nested : - ' ; An "old officer of the French empire, writ ing to the Courrier dts Etats-Unis, has pre dicted 'that -in the first place France would retake Louisiana, according to ancient trea ties, that Spain would recU im Florida, that England perhaps would s .tic to appropriate Oregon, and that Mexico, under foreign pro tection, would retake New Mexico, 'Texas, and California; or supposing that we should consent to the establishment of the so called Southern Confederacy, which we know to be a mere mil...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 February 1862

Till: PACIFIC COMMKUCIAI. ADVERTISER. Is . PaMisbe.1 Kvery Tbar4a Mora sag. Citt axo I)U KucumoM, $0.00 A TsAa. Til roharTipt Ion price for all pa pen forwarded to foretra conn riea. is t " W perannam. whir a loctodes tba American and Hawaiian pwta:re. All papers for American or European ports, will har United Stat- postage stamp oo llirn. 1 j- 3t,B.4CBjrtis Paiablc Aliiti i Advascb. TT Oxnm uii.-tiio froaa all jMirti of the Pacific will always b very oro-jaaNe. COMMKIU I U. PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK A.D JOB I'RIXTIXC r-w a BOOK". BILLS OF KXCnANOK, CATALOGUE. BILL&OF LADING. KILL II K A D3. CONSULAR. BLANKS, CIRC'ILIR?. BUNK t'F.KIiD. AUCTION BILLS, HANDBILLS. P A M PH LETS, SHOP BILLS tT Tl-mUfl, BUSINESS A ND ADDRESS CARDS printed o a Yankee Can! Press," la the highest style of lb art. Commercial Advertiser. a.. a i uTbTtKiiA ii u ii u la y v HCBLISflKI) WKKKI.V BV IIK.VKV M. WHITNEY. AIVi:iITISl.i TEIM!. Er All vTllcaeal rTMr lie trax'e. XI 1 rt. S W. I mm. 3 ". ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 February 1862

COMMEECIAL. ' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 12. Ta paat week ham beea ooe of nriaxnal itagnatioa in Iniri ra. ttm cnatlaaeit tmlhrrij- wind ao-1 norm wltn have lD:mtnl Iba aaaal coMlnf trarte, so Unt tb rri( lutltM-c fcTe been rrr li-Ut. Tl.e steara-r, win u uv ntlkr, aa prorated, on h t U-t ir:;i ! IliK frn asakinff arr ratal stMaic.-a, erjotii!r rrton.nl ilU j KUle freight ami frw pmrapn. -' T" ship Oeorge Wothtnylnn arrive I 'it M-n-Iajr, KO .l.-ijs fma New Blljrd, sith a full erp: i,i. b "ill Ix IuuimI itim ianl aoler U.e hnwl of Unpnrtaiiin.. Mje is turn'.iif out brr - IT1 to lh i beat cnndilfcia. With iti alxjve ewepciua, tbe onlr arrival fi.-m f rvtii arta - aiaea oar bat iaaa ia Utat of tke Erili.l, i.ip aa Xarp, trim 3. F. atckinit freight, bo sriibont e-.. It u yor.iblc lliat the Bay floxi eacouragtinent to ba Iai4 ou PjT bocne. pi.rta. There ia eobtl. Icralite freight aaiting bre (a sln.ujui to Earoiean v!, bat it Is r-porti il that orders Lave btcii ki,t to iaii rbci V procure a...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 February 1862

o '''-'-Mil'llV;MM7iMl1'i V 6T1 VV" TvrrvrTvrw IB SB t i 4 THS FAOiriO Commercial Advertiser. FOREIGN NEWS ! BY BARK "COMET!" In oar font issue, we were able irerel to announce tbe arrival of the Comtt, with the mail, bringing very in) port an t inttlligeoce. From the, papers received, we have the following saosnisry. besides the Death of Prince Albert, which occnrrcl Dec l'tb. and the releaae of the Rebel Cotutuisioners. Miton and Slidell, announced io our last. Tbe telegraph I rings Washington aJices to Jar Barj 2J : Latest Telegraphic Despatches. News or 25ru Dso.- A te!egTatn from Charleston at&tra that four Federal gunbcts aacended the Ed is to oo Tusrs4j lost, and anchored opposite Rocbevills and St- John's Islaud, 30 miles froca Charleston, and shelled tbe camp of tbe First South Curolina regi ment. Under cover of the fire they landed a large force, and tbe Carolinians retreated to the brick church. By tiie steamer Persia, news comes of the death of Prince Albert, consort...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 February 1862

the PAcino Conimerciiil Advertiser. irraa Ik Polynesian" of Feb. 1, UfiiJ Central William Miller, If. n. late Coamiaainaer and Couml-General for this Ki ad The following is an e xtract from a des pnich, trom Thomas K. Eldr-tlse, hq.. King's Charge d' AfTairvs aa i Consul-Ucncr-al for Peru, dated Lima, Nor. H. Wil. acJ drw?d to the Minister of Foreign Allaire, anJ by him received oa l!ie t7th January : Sib : Since the date f wit letter No. 7, of the 17th ult., and uiy rivitte coiutnuriii-a-ti-ta of lha lath mum iauii, I a-Llrewd Tour xcel!encj another mate L-tt. r, of which I did not retain a cxpjt announcing tlie Tt-ry severe illocM under which Gen. Miller was laboring at that tiio?. All of lhe went Ljr the Kuwiau 'gun bout .YTyrye, direct fur II n-jlul.j. (sen. Miller wua attacked at hi hotel in Lima, but before becoming verr wink, ciiumI hiut-tclf to be removed oo board 11. D. Mjjty etorehip Jiaiad, at aochur in ClLi. wlnsre he was verj Comfortably lodged and hsvl every jible cure...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 February 1862

Tin: PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER la Pafctisaed Every Taarwaay Mara'tag. Crrr no Islasd skanc-Birnos., $4.00 a Ybab. Tlx as-r!lon price for all papers forwarded tofomiflifoan vies, to $7 40 perannom. which tnctud-s tbe American and Uavaiian p-wtar-n. All paper, fur Aiwrno r European porta, will have l'nite-1 Stale ptage staiDf on them. J" Pes, sirriovs P.vjblb Aiwm is ADinri. I Communication from all parta of the Pacific will alway b rrrj acrrptalite. COMMKRCI.U, PRI.VTI.VC OFFICK. PLAIN' AND FANCY UUOK AND JOU PRINTING BOOK. BILL- OK EXfllAOf, CATALAOI E?. BILLS OF LAMNO. BILL IIKtD. tU.VHUK BLANK', CIKtTLAR., BLANK W.k.li. Al'CTI'J BILL?, HANf KILLS. PAMPHLETS. SHOP BILLS TI4TTIV.1 Rrfvvei vnmfirriirt,g,.i o "Yankee Card Pre," In the highest style of the art. ' 'rv 'ri. -u. .-f 4 ;-7f A r.; H 1 II II I VI I I 1 I Vl advkutisi.cs ti.ujis. rr All nrfTrrt iaemmla aav ale la aaraarr.Xl 1 3 v-l-t. 1 mm. 3. m. Saves. 1JM. !FlveIJne $ .65 $ T l.u J fc JW 6.0u TruLiue 1.00 1 24 i OO X M ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 February 1862

-a .a-r, comnxsBciAL. Ii t i i III THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, Iwii Tit arrival of the dipper ship 4 m Kiny, on Sunday Ust, ilki remarkably sliort passage of 0) days, placed o in receipt f -dtic. ffta Washing-! aid other tfjastern cii only 1 daya oI. aod frnca Loodoa SO days olil. T.'ieae will be (till fur ther mlared aa the telegraph Uecxaces more regu!atrL The Storm King aailed again oa Monday, f.r tlontkmie. The Sprtdrrtt aile. on Saturday a boot 3 P. M . f"C ao Franciaco with at fal cargo and a fir pax-riicr Kit. Aide from these Teasels, our arrivals anil departure hare been con fined to eoasfrs. The bark A. A. F.ldridije will hare a fixK cargo of sujar, Doltwi and coffee, ami is Cut fining op, to rail on Kalurday. The Comet haa been hove down, newly rpier-d and caulked, and i -noVrgoing toroa repair. She will commence loading; next week. The ship George rYaskinyton haa been laid on fr San Fran eaten, to aail with dispatch. By circular, we are adriaed that oar former townsmen, Messrs...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 February 1862

4 1 i 4. it I " . t -A THE FACiriC Commercial Advertiser. THREE WEEKS LATER! Ai'i'ival ol tlio Olippei iSliip Storm I-Ciii'Uf I NINE AND A HALF DAYS PASSAGE ! HIGHLY INTERESTING NEWS. Advance- of tho Union Forces into Tennessee. Intercfctin? European Xcws. The fine clipper ship Storm King, 'GiHiighao. arrivd earl on SunJij morning, after a reioark alI short passage of Ji;, bringing the Califor nia anl Kistern mails an J Exp routs. Oar Uteit te'eraphtc a'Jviee by the Camtt were to Jan. 2 frcm Washington; by this arriTal they are to the 21th of that Oiooib, and from Europe to Jan. 8. New York paper Ly mail include dales froni Nov. IS to Dec. 10, an J ty Sullivan Express to Jan. 1. We give below a sinooiarj of the principal tele graphic news of interest here. Date mf Jaaaary 7 13. The Cbrletou Mercury has s dispatch stating that a lrf e force of federal troops bail landed cu the Ci-'1 at EJislo, ami bad tnnde I he seizure of the Railn a I Station No. 4, ua the Charleston and Savan na'4...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 February 1862

fn i mTi i , 1 f--- - 1 KM 'ill i THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Tfce Penalty of Trra oa. ho one can look at the cuaditioo of the Cutt-m bUtes without swing that the simple and natur.il rum?nt ufevenU has L.n suk! j meting out t-j trean the puniahiocnt that m its Ju:. The whule South ia at this moment in a eUte cf euff-r-ing uofnihrJcd in the evuntrVs hintorj, ami ev ery paiaing month ai.L t thai Buffering and will add to it. With tremendous Un.- to jaiy and no "J. 10 rJ thra wiln nd n- iri-thj of obtaining tnonew Itt anything the i-or,le have to dl, there is n-jthir io their future, but ruin and delation. Sicken.! hy the d.iric f,r.p-ct on either hand, they can onljr look forward to a darker prorjw-ct before th:ai. There need," ws a cuteinporary svj, " no gibbet for the leaden, none of the r Iiti"s or flat tie, to teach the tuaascs of th CVttoii Sutca the fullj of the hdl-begotten treason in which they hare born involved." They are occupant of a vast frin-bou. They are surround...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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