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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 9 July 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. A ISayoiict Charge. The corrpori.l.nt of the Philadelphia Press, thus describes .-i Iwiyonet charge made by Il.-int-zletjian'tf brave eoldiers in the buttle of buturday. Auk- SO : Tbere was a bayonet charge. Let those who want to know what is the eublinit-ht moment in the physical exis-tf-nce of man, look at a division when the order ie Riven that is to hurl it silently and stealthily, but tternly and Bteadilv, into the lawn or destruction, whence it can ifcat-e only oy DrvaKing re very teeth ol the IJeath which threatens it. It is Pot mere bull dog daring that in then aroused ; it is more than paw-ionate blood wiiicti, at tie word, leap) through the veins with such hot impetuosity that tough ly-rded nerve and brawny muscle quiver under the freah life- imr ulse. It is smnt sovl, that gushes up warm and pager from the heart and pours through the old blood-channeis with such vivifying tumult that the dark, dull, veinous clots rush along as bright and Fja...

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. — 16 July 1863

ill r ! wmmm p C 7 yK V: 'V fV T published h'eekit bv i IIKXKV M. WIIIT.NEV. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JULY 1G. 1S63. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. Vlll. N. 3. WHOLE Nw 373. MT-f.M 1 J 4 TUS PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, Sprnk Kindly. kindly ! "tin a simple thing, Vet Ixars t wondrous power ; Twill shd the Moom of summer time O'er every dirken'd hour. Twill calm the j irring chords of life, By grief or passion tirr"d ; Like cil upon the troubled wave, I a kiniliy spoken word. And they who fought, but yielding fill, AVer wrerk'd by passion's blindness. Though fail'n, may yet be won by love And Mesed words of kindness. Then let ao cold. self rifchte .ua spirit Place love and pity under ban ; Con well this I-.-n' holy teachings, Deal gently with tby fellow-man : Speak kindly ! many a bitter word. Is ihcu:;ht:e4!y arid tashly spoken. Ard through yenrs of via regret lis palling chains remain unbroken. The sweet glimpse of Paradise, The truest types of Heaven above, Are bearoimr smiles...

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 July 1863

COlYTlYEEIlCXilX.. r nvKsu.tr, jvly isj. The bark 'nnlrr, which Lad; been an xiously looked for du ring the werk, arrival on Wednesday rooming, having ht fa r px-iitf: d'tnn i.f 14 !-. Uie cii of her delay the I. n rtcath f Caj. Tiyl., on th l'h of June. The f Howinj are the date, of the arrival from our port, not Ih f.ire rrpor.rl: fUrk rtle. Tjj lr, June 3, 17 day i-age. Irfi ;'. J). A,r, Itul.Lngton, Jan li 13 days paa;;;. Bark Yitnj Hertsr Patjr. June 4, 13 Iay4 pn.-sagc. TUe Utter w.s if?Wre4 for sal-, and Opt. Paty in crn- 3 furnce w tnnafcrreri to the Ion tee. The clipper ship Mvlmhjht, Cajt. Brock, en route ,r IIoo r fc"'1?. t " ?ao frnci-co about July 10, and sill touch a P this -Tt la pasiti. Site wil. I Jue here iWU the 25:h ait. Thr-! lrje clipper, on the way out fnxa Kattern fmrts for 5aa FrancLtoi, had been Cip:ureI and burned by rebel pirt-s, (the iSomwonieentk, Set Istrk and Cretan. Point,) and the rate of insurance iu American vess-U had in consequence ad vanced fru...

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 July 1863

THE FACZriO Commercial Advertiser. NOTES OF THE WEEK. Qrtts'a IlfHPiT.ii. asu Jcly 31st A motenieot U to be on tnt njoog the natives to hive exten sive feasts io tle city anJ coantrj oo the coining rrsfornti . n J J- It h been mfficl by some of the nrie themselves that contributions be solicited t tho-wf feM in behlf of the Queen's Hospital, anJ the proposition meets with great for. nxA eotne j,Iin rf the kiii'l ruaj be r JopteJ m far as Honolulu H c-iiicerneJ. It appeirs to us that ft little tirrte'j effort to extenJ ibis very proper mole of raising fur.-Ii fr the Ho-pital, might be crown with suc-ce-s. An ppil f-r from the King, the Queen, or ettn from the Trustee of that institution would un-lubielly be recie-l, anJ might be the means of cU-ictiu? throughout the group at least a thou enl .'.; r, which wou!J help the institution terj much. We lo wish to appear officious in this in titer, but a the plan originates raoni the natives theuMelve". there can be uo barm in giving it circ...

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 July 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Kcvolulionary Aspect liii rope. of On the first announcement of the revolutionary outbreak in Poland hut little attention was j.ai-i to the fact. It va3 thought to I' mm-ly the result of thr new conscription decree, which ha.J mad n-h an unfair and oj'rrsaive dii-criruina-lion between the inhahitant of the towns and th pftiflantrj. This was certainly the rrett-xt I'-jT it; hut thfre in no doubt that the j.lans of th? insurgent hud bn long laid ; otherv !, it HD'Ji-r th? severe fiurveillance which is uiaintunieJ lv the Iluuian jolice, it would have been iin jM?bib!e for them to have thus quicklj furni.h.-d themselves with arms, or to have made such headway as they a ppear to have done. Of course the ItULian and 1'riL-eLin government journals find it convenient tj a-scribe the outbreak to the conscrii tion. and a reluzation of it has been publicly ordered, to support that view of the eaie. Hat the two gruvlacta that the Catholic clergy lead the fttsurrec...

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 July 1863

c -M , , , - - - i i r:t i IL'DLISIIKI U'EKKM' IJV II KMC V M. WIIITXEY. i HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JULY 23, 1S63. SIX DOLLARS PKR AXM M. VOL. VIII. So.. WHOLE -. i14. if I AMMV-A, y , i 4 f If 2f A THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. The Sou oT Frrrduni. Thoughts ugatel by hearing the President' Emancipation Proclamation of Jan. 1st, 1S6-J. 1. Tea. swell the Mmr of Freedom , for to-nitht Our Ian I ha wakened Co its sense of right Wb it t ba: thingt, have noir tecorne wtea ; Sound f rlh the son through erery vale and gln. 2. We 1 e to injr to-nii;ht , ani well we may ; Fir Gel has broazht to us that hai.py 'lay, The day we've hoped an.! wishe,! so Ion? to sre When lie should y " B ritee. Oh man. bi fee ! 3. We'll ln it here : but. In that S-mthern Ur.d Where long has IivmI th.it uff-rinsr. bleeding band L-t the jnraml ao'iir in fuller chorus rise. Bearing, with praUe, it burthen to the sklea. 4. Ye, from th-e Weedin? hearts, the son? of Lore Will rie on winjrs, and join the hyn.n ...

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 July 1863

COXVTZVX2ZIICIA.X. THURSDAY, JULY Z 19i. Tj weeks eiuce we n a-Ie suine remarks r.-.rliis the bhip meut cf specie to foreiiu ports, and the embarrassment to cur Ixal trade, which U likely to arise friin an excess of it. This Is not a sp-"ie-.rl u-ing cejntry, and every dollar circulated her h is r-cn inij rt. .1. If the upp"y of Coin be-coaiea too m:i f.,r IU watU i.f .l -ii' :ic trad;, we uiu-tt cither do less tsin?s-, impor. tri, oritur a U.-tilior.s p.-ip-r currency. Th.it thog Int ;rtted uy o,e drain or p-ci to f.jrign port, we rive the f blowing siat.stics, showing what it l-eeu daring the pt twelve months: Coin EioorO to San Franr;-., a -r niaiii.VsU. . T3.'0i ry r.an.n or nfnn(l 2.J.0OO to China, a jr manifest IT,".'! -r hands rf psa. (-t'd;.. 10 uM IMSSK.VUKRS. .l.j .1., Total lSOO l Iu i.I s the s.h,ve. r, whaling fli-t tk away conoid ral le ammu r U fall, the total of which oaiid net have fce.-e.-o Icis ( thin fia.OW. The imports J itriiij t!e l,ve lw-lre months have been ...

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 July 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. We Continue our telegraphic sumrniry of War 2Ce rectiveJ bj tfg Yankee, the latest date being June 20. j A Hairs in N. Carolina. Nlw Vobk. Jutie 12. Ti e tmnsport steamer Al bany, trviu Newbtrru. N. C. the 'Jth, has arrived. The concurrent tesiituoiij of deserter leaves no dubt tht the It-Ojf smouldering fires of resolution are brewing out in the interior of North Carolina, and that the disatlection has reached a piit tar Ljond een the eigr.ificat intimation of the j ournals of tnt trer:il thousand rmed refugees frim the con-cription bate bti for week- entrenched in the luoutktaint. with arti'.ier, succesalullj delving the Confederate aMtLoritii. The Unioimr- iu Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina hsve organized a powerful force, and are joined bj thousands of deserters and conscripts, to unoiii pn tection iw KuaranteeJ against the rebel (toernuient- Ktbel citizens have petitioned Gov. Vance f'r protection against this organization, and Va...

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 July 1863

PAcinc Commercial Advertiser. sCfocrtii and aConalfn An Oration Delivered July 1th, I8G3, to the American Ileident in Ifunolnlu, II. I., Pastok or Foai St. Chi kcu. Amcbicax Fellow Citizens : I congratubtf you all upon the return ot that day so dear to every true American ; - I 1 - I 4 . ine Dsnh-dav ot our nation. Though in a foreign land, we seem at home aprain; and our jubilant hearts hold holiday. The great pulsations of patriotism, which, from the far r,ast, Lave swept across a continent, reach us who dwell beyond the sea. Our mother land has no outcast children among all her loyal sons ; nor time nor space can sever that sympathetic tie vrfiich binds each patriot heart to the come of liberty, the land we love. What need have you that I should speak ? The day ice celebrate is its own lest orator. Across the wide waste of waters we hear it speak from all the high places of the land ; from toxver and belfry, with sonorous clang, ihe utterance of ten thousand tongues. Hark! you ca...

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 July 1863

Mil & p ill m tm n m h IM'IU.IMIKI WKKKI.T IJV IIUMtV M. WIllT.NKV. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JULY 30. ISO'S. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. No. A. WUOLb No. 37b. in THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. r The Old Grrinnn Hsaraal II y sain. " Nua bringrn w'r den Leib lar Rah." This hjma bm hero sung, we may safely toy. at hundreds of thous-atvts of grave. Il was cm jkk-1 by Khrenfrird Lei hich, K-H. We hurnWy present the following tran-darlon. TM thoughts arc cnivfully preserved, though we have not coo nnrvlir slavishly to the word. V are inclined to believe ttwt we w.ul. be more successful in translating (itrauo hymn, if we rulriwl to he more oilitral Jo rrgird to words. th.it we tni-ht h4d more freely to the thought. It In, we think. evident that a li eral translation carver answered in nn'l.ah a a Hymn. This boily weary and oppresed We bay at last V kindly rest ; By God's leerre, mom wle and Jaat, It llnds a?a:n Its uvther dmt. It th-Wi not always dut remain, Nor eTr hall...

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 July 1863

C O IVTIttEIl CIAXi . THURSDAY, JULY 30. Hr3. t?iNC oor List we not a the arrival of tho MUni'jht from Sail Vranoiso, ao I the Helen .Vtr from Boston, with a cargo of assorted merchandise to C. Brewer Co. The Midnijht sailed in n ?atord.iy, with a fa?r freight of fungus The l'an 4vriled promptly as advertised, on .wrty, with a full freight ef island prodnev. The Jem Harriot made another s'art fur Valparaiso. Hides aud g'-al akias hive fallen, owing to news received by t.te arrivals. A fxir quotation w.il be from SO to S-sc. for O.H eaiu.i, au I 7 to 8:. a x,ur,tl for Lid . COMMCKCIAL IXIMS. It ia stated that a -ncie firm pays one hnndn.il aud frty thousand dollars a yxt tu tli? Ismd-jo Ttmn tr advertising. Thf A ruerican merclnta d- rxx begin to invent as much money for advertising as do thane of England. Tli Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Core, .any tf Hart'ord i laving SO per cent, dividend to th-ir irivm-d, that the mi .t r-iOMi ranee ia reilucet one-half of the uual ji-ires. ...

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 July 1863

--T i - :77t t ! 7 9 THE PACIFIO Commercial Advertiser. rl"Iio IBroiit I'onltloii oFtlics 1 tIllloii. Xs news brought by the Midnight, -was such M sh'mM thrill every lover of liberty and loy alty" with devout gratitude and joy. The Stars of the Uni'jTi are in the ascendant. The month of July, 1803, will ever be memorable in Ameri can hitory, and mark's a new etajje in the prore of the war. The glorious old Fourth vi.ia uhered in by two of the greatest Union victories of the war, the re6iilts of which it is difficult ti over-estimate. At daylight that morning the hardy veterans of the West were marching into the rebel Sebastopol, the key of the Miwippi Valley, while a thousand miles eastward, at the other extremity of the line of battle, the mot formidable army of the slave Con frd racy, under the ablest general, were fle-in fir the Potomac, leaving one-third of their number on the red field of Gettysburg. While that terrible conflict was raging on the ca-tern fl.ink, Gen. Rosecrans ...

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 July 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, IFrotn KicLmoti l - Knjulnr'' of 13t!i May. Fads anil Incidents Connected with the Death of Moneivall Jackson. II'JW JACKSON' WAS WolXDED. r. J.tckson, I.avifig gone some distance in front of the line of skirmishers on Saturday evening, waa returning about 8 o'clock, attend, d by hi- ftill and part of bis couriern. The eaval ..! a in the Jurkn-vs of the night mi-taken for a Iwtlv of th- en iiiv'h cavalrv. und treJ uron by a regiment of Li own corps. He war (struck rly three hull one through the left arm, two jn. li. 9 hIow the' shoulder joint, frbatt-ring tiie hon.; and everin;j the chief airtery ; another ball fas?i through the eatue arm between the elb w itid writ, ina Li ng it- exit through the ialiij of the? hand ; a third ball entered the palui of the right hand about it middle, jiacsing through, and broke two bones. He was wounded on the Plank road, about 50 yards in advance of the nemy. He MI from bis horse and was caught by C'aj t. Worm ley. to...

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 August 1863

n T 1 riv ft in;(,isiiF:n wkkki.v bv iienrv m. v ji i : v. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST G, !S(i3. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL.V11I. No. U. WIIOI.K No. A V' VV VV9 I i I I i I 1 j Si 4 i 4' TEE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. The AVnutlcrcr la hi House O'er my lone hart there steals a shade of sadness And chmda tf 'riow on njy spirit come ; And sombre thoughts di"p-l the wonted gladness My wai.drrlng loiod to my own loved home. F vr frun that ict and LI-wd 'j I languish, Friru lN-ss f.rgi,tteu thrcugh the world I roam; I f'l no keener pang, no dt-pr anguish. Than when I think of thee, my own lovtd hooi. Th beautii ff thf world are all before mi. Yet o'er them all there i a cloud of gloom ; A sickening spell rtf weariness comes o'er me, When memory draws the picture of my home. I gnx-? upon the stars above me gleaming-. Like diamonds t t in Heaven's resplendent dome ; But ah ! they seeip not now mi brightly beaming, A hv I watcftud Utem from lay own loved home. Sweft h' nie ! ah...

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 August 1863

Ships MnlN. Vnr La rs a per Motkeibi. tvdjr or to-morrow. For Sax Ika. i.tro do vessel io port. pout or HOIIOLULU. K. I. aicri v. ls. July 31 ch Kmmi Kooke. Wethrby, from Lahaiaa, with 1 ww, j nog, la pa.Wenjrers. -1 ch Nettie Slrrrill. tianr. (mi Ililo. wsih C60 keg igr, 3 hy fungus. 5 Wn 10 deck pss. 31 Sen KatnoS. Miepl..-r.. frm Lahaii.a and Kahulul, wnn oi nrewoo.1, o kps sugar, ir.! trl molas liO lr Roar, ft bull.jck. 9 cabin. 1 deck ps. 31 Am ship Aso-rion. Uurd. 15d.i frci tan F raiacico, en route tnr HowUnd's NUivt. AcrUnl ut sid. Sail'-d August 3. ( 31 Srh Go Ahead, h-U.r, from HjuaM, with 8 rorJa i wool. ''l h Warwirg. Ball, from Mnl'-Kal, with 12 be corn, ft hide, 3rla UIlow, 90 bndls pal ai, 2 h-.. 11 pj. - I Moiwahin-. Kuhean. frm flanalei. with 446 kgs agar. 9 nidus. 1 brt taliow, 3 bxs pUcts, 4 cabin, 3 l.-ck pan. ' 1 Ruian trnnwr Rjnda, Dissarguire, 14 days from San Francisco. 2 3th MI Fellow. Johnson, from pot t on Kauai, with lOObrls moUr, 113 byt paddy. ;x bud Is...

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 August 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. ARRIVAL OF THE Clipper Ship Astcrion ! 7 DAYS TAJTErc ! More Glorious News ! PORT HUDSON TAKEN ! Oli:iilt!!ton. Vltixclcod I Gold in New York, July 1, 144; July 15, 127. Report of Gen. Dix. Fortress Mo.koe, July 9. Gen. Dix and staff arrive! at rrirf Monroe l ist niht. They report ttftt their expe-iition ha been perfect success, (en. Dix croil the i'itmuiikey river near White bouf. following the river to the Skutli Anux branch, where thej destroyed the Centr.il Hiilrotd bri'Ij:e3. Not bt'mx able to reach the bridge of the Fred ericksburg roid. they took up and destroyed six mile? of the track, and having effectually des troy 1 all ommuriication between Richmond and Iax:' army, Ihey returned yetcrdy to Whi'ehouse. Gen. lJix9 force hive removed a!l the available pro perty from Whitehouse, including an engine, several cars and destroy ed from four to MX miles of the York and Ikicmnond railroad. This done, Gen. Dix re moved from Whitehouse, in conformi...

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 August 1863

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. MR. LINCOLN S REPLY. IFmiu itie "n Fra'icico Bulletin." July ll:h. irirtit ami Democrat' IV ow Voili I.JmcoIu Reply to the Resolutions of the A I baur 31rcliz of Ibr Kith of .Mar . . sr 'ii Me constitution teen Lnmsliy dtait icithf J he Lihrtly of the Press and the Habeas Corpus Charges Vallandigham s Case. Albany, May 10, 18fJ3. To lis Ezctlknev the President of the United States. The untlersizneJ, officers of a public meet ing held at the city of Albany on the IGth day of Mif insc, iierewun iransruii 10 your iiiucu'.-iiL-jr a copy of the resolutions adorted at the said meet ing! unJ respectfully request your earnest consi de ration of them. They deetu it proper on their personal responsibility to tefcite that the njeetin,; was one of the most rt'epectaMe as to nurahere and character, and one of the mo.-t r-arnest in the support of the Union, ever held in this city. Yours, with great regard, Erastcs Corning, President. VICE Eli Perry, eter (Jansevoort...

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 August 1863

Ail itI Ti)T X I;, VV y y A 1) p I'HMSHKI WEKKf-V HV I ilKMtV M. VHIT.liV. i HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 13, 1SG3. SIX DOLLARS PER AXXl'M. VOL.VIU. 1. WHOLE No. 371. 8 '1 ' i THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. A Cosstentetl Life (At Thirty.) Five hundred dollars I bare saved A rather modi-rate store No matter; I shall le content When I've a little more. (At Fortt.) Well, I can count ten thousand now That's better than before ; And I may well be satisfied When I' re a little more. (At Firrr.) Some fifty thousand pretty well But I hare earned it sore ; Iluwever, I shall not Complain When I've a little irore. (At ?ixtt.) One hundred thousand sick and old Ah. life i half a tx.re ; Yet I can be ci.iit.-nt to live V hen I've a little more. (At Sevkntt.) He dies and to his gredy heirs He leave a counties store; Hi wealth has purchased him a to tub And very little more. VAUIETV. The universe is the visible garment of the Invisi ble. The grove nl wooJs are the mu9ic.il academies of th...

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 August 1863

COIYIIYIERCIAI,. THURSDAY AUGUST 13, 103. tscie cur U t issue, we Lnve to ledo the arrival of the bark A. A. Ktdridjf, 15 day (fw Frar,cic.-, and the Hamburg brigantine Krkru-irdtr, from A pi, Navigator's I-dand. j Tl.tr Co'Mtt, iy days L' ticc, ha I n arrived up t the sailing of the J. -J C ! We h-r of notion so a c itnaerciat point of view ovulated, j to inters t our iu.-rch.tut, unless it may J the question of da- : tU payable on invoicr fr-in the United Slates, liuce the Inn ! f depreciate I curr-ney. A inerti:. hi b-en held by the I merchant importing fria the United States. comi'rUi'ig j ir leadtnr; American and G.-rroan h'Uc. and one Engii'di ( lioiiw. at whwh the ,,-jtion wa--i fuily discussed, and a letter rtra'trd and t.rrvarded t- II. K. II. Prince L. Kamehacieha, A.-ini M.!i:..ii.r oT Ii: ii.ee, to whtch as ytt uo uj- r bus ien received. f' The f !i-ing circuTar appeared in the ro'vwetJtJ of Arr '' 2";b. whr-tt we h-r-. been rcqu-'itcd to CJ y : Circular IkrsTTeT r.r Fot...

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 August 1863

I THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Bark A. .A. ELDRIDGE! One Week Later from the East! THE NEW YORK RIOTS! Lee'a Army Still on the Back ward Move! Stirring Worlt siromitl Char lesion ! MORGAN'S RAID CUT SHORT. The Draft in New York City to he Enforced Price of Gold, &c. Uj the arrival gf the Lark .1. A. EHrllge, Capt. lien net t, we line receive! Sn Francisc i;ter3 to the -lf of J i!y, J Kistern telegram to the Ulrh, iiicu-ite. The iiew is interesting. The A. A. E. brought an Extern tuatl. The .New Vork Riot. ?rvr York, July 17. Everything 11 reported qui.-: thlj Uiorulfiur. The negroi'i who fuunl ti p! ice offkfefj in the Arsenal, on the Seven tit Avenue, were ytrer.iiy recnel to RickerN Ul m l, inc'utJirjg the chiMreu from the Colore-1 OrprtuB A-ylum. Tlie ooloreJ rt-Mt Jeut'S of the Five Points also left for Loti Isl ml. The resilience of the enrolling officer of Westchester county wan ncke-I on V.'eilnesd iy night. In Brook lyn a strict wtch is kept in all the rdj, an I a ...

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