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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 26 November 1863

THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. ArteniaH Ward to the of Wales. Prince Friend Wales : You remeniter me. I taw you in Canadj a few yeaw ago. 1 remember yoa too. I celdim forgit a person. I beam of yuur marri-Je tj the Printcis Alex andry, & meat ter writ you a contrrataulatory letter at the time, but I've bin biidm a barn this rummer, & hain't had no time to write let Mrs tj folks. Exeoos me. Numeric change has taken place pince we met in the UxJy jolitic. The b,dy f-litic. in feck, is ick. I sumtimes thinks it hs biles, friend Wales. In my country we've ot a war, while your country in conjunktion with Cap'n Seius of the AlafMjrma, inenetani a nootrol position ! I'm afraM I can't write ?ks whea I it about it ! Oh no, I ues nut ! Yes, Sir, we've a war. and the tr.K Patnt has t make Kicrifi.-. you let. I have already given twii cousins to the war, . I stand reddy t facrifc my wife's brother ruther'n not lee the rebelyin krubhet. And if wum cams to wum 111 thed ev'ry drop of m...

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. — 3 December 1863

1 Tirt'-c y hr Jy y ess I'lmiilSIIKD U KKKr.V HI If KMC V M. WHITNEY. S THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Foreign ZVIisccIIany. The signa of the breaking ap of the Confederacy are multiplying. Lien the Kichmon J brokers refu to exchange goIJ for Confederate money. The mammoth skeleton of the Zenzlodon in the Chicago Museam. ij said to be the Urgent in the world. Charles Fobes, of Portland, a year ago grafted a rear scion into a mountain ash. and the ash has borne ao abundance of pear 9 this 8e9on. Mortalitt is New York. The deaths in New York reached the a!mo.t incredible number of nine hundred and seventy per week. The claim for damages done by the rioters in New York city, foot up nearly SI. 10 j.OOO. The amount claimed by co'ored persons is SI 7,467. Albert G. Crown, of Mississippi, has taken the oath of allegiance to the Federal government. He was formerly (JoTernor of the State and a noted Secessionist. A steam carriage is on exhibition at Lowell, Mass., that will run from thi...

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. — 3 December 1863

GOIYIIVI2IICIAI,. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, ll The oeramnct tit two hoIulaT &nd the death of the Kin? ha Bkl broken and very quiet wrtk of the past one, ii.j'J .ill... IllMV WWtlVW U wTU m AmoDf the foreign arrivals are two whaleihips from H.lo.jq 1 the bark'DUoe Cof-ufio, iron Pugrt r-um, wilfi , wis.! I The tark Itmay Utetor sai'ed on I-aturdsy tfternuoo, a fall cmrjo and a few psrngT., fr 5an Frsnc-ro. will foUow dc xi week. Thw? axzijint cf i-rtJif-r-i eter moTe l oa the wtr i f.-vra f l.5OO.0OO.0fJ U i0vKi,uA.-j3 tJ", aJ trie average annul lu4 U f -J.txJO.VAKI. r The New Yerk SLItiir.f Li-t note ale of A 1 bark "' "fa l-iiv. 477 ton. tviUt at WVU)rooii n 1 jJO, (aow JUwiia barkp Vv1, o-. . , utoMB S-ri Active, ef r London, 97 ton. h been w .ir.M Wiaiai & iiarrn, of that city, a&a fiueJ by ttec for a u-a-g tiac voyage tn the Pacific Ocean, under the c.tLtnnl of t apt .J w. i. fcu.a,of ew Lun-ion. Thebar Hytaape.of NVw Id fori, ha been condemned anJjJ old at CaJUo. lh imp...

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. — 3 December 1863

PAOiric Commercial Advertiser. TIIURSDA Y, DECEMBER 3. ill -ill smcotcliex f4ht gairaiian Jnlaiute. -V Trip t Ivuuul, (CToiitlmiotl.) BT HOLSTKIX. The Plantation of lion- It. C. Wyllie The soil is unsurpassed in richness from the accu- jjj mutated washing? of the mountains and the mould 1 cf perhaps centuries of luxuriant vegetation. By f judicious management such a soil can never become j exhausted. Mr. McGregor euters upoo his herculean U task to regenerate this large plantation with aa energy D that is fully cceded and those sound scientific principles of agriculture that cannot fail of the highest results. It was with ua feigned pleasure that I perceived the introduction of the system of making use of the trash for fertili zing the soil by underplougbing, and it were well for our planters individually, and for. the country at large, if our sugar planters would follow this method, to often advocated and so ably argued by the highest ' sr-4 standard-bearers of agricultural science...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 3 December 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Supreme Court In Admiralty. Richard Matuison "I r.T. ) r. Bernard H. Dah. At Chambers, before Justice Hobfjitk.v JlDCHENT. I be ItDCIIant. a colored citizen of the i,.nts ..f a,.:i ,r.t.: f ;,.f State, shipped n an ordinary seaman, or green!", oounueu uuij; ana ue pcnor.uc-u a a hand, on board of the whaling 'bark MartAa'2ndMhamAM,m!in d a judicious lnrIna9t,r. In view t New Bedford, in the month of September, 102.8 the clear evidence of the hbclla-.t wrongful and 1'jr a three year Toyago in the Pacific Ocean. Inf. malicious conduct, the Court would regard it as an the month of February. 10.1, the vessel touched!?"81 l,lln5 b able to decree judicially that nt the r;ort f.fS.n Ciln in Hhil. an.l in thAie contract is at an end, for if the libellant should f the 11th April, while thesh.p was lyinon andf .interests of the owners luit.t thereby, for obvious off ouuide of this port, he was discovered to be&eason. be seriously compromised. But the Cou...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 10 December 1863

1 IL'11L,1SIIEI WEKKLV HI' t HENRY M. U IJIT.NKV. S II OXOLULU, JIA WAI IAN ISLANDS. DKCKMIiEll 10. 1SG3. SIX DOLLARS PKH ANNl'M. VOL. Vlll.N. 24. WHOLE Nn.JOL 13 f i i ii ii ii ii - f THE FACiriC Commercial Advertiser. Itni'iil JSlcotclie?-; the Irairaiian Jslandn. A T"rli to It mini, (Coi.liiclol.) , ' BT HOLSTEIS. Kealia, the Estate of E. Krull, Esq., Is without doubt one of the finest dairy establish ments on these islands. The cattle range ia very extensive, stretching for miles over plain and valley. Streams afford clear and wholesome water in abucd nnce, the neighboring mountains and grove9 of tim ber pleasant shelter, the plains plentiful feed for the numerons cattle that roam over those rich pastures, whose grass is short but very nutritious. The dwell ing house is situated on the edge of a fine grove of trees. Near it is a large garden, where every kind cf vegetable grows in abundance, from the German pole bean to the full sized beet or early parsley. Our host led us throu...

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. — 10 December 1863

FALL WHALING FLEET--18G3. Sta'D. IU1IH SAUK. carrsi. Sept. 14 B Wailungloti . ,WiKard 1 3a neindeer .. Rayn-.r . ..... 23 Sfc Harvest... .) Lot-Uix1 0-t- 11 B ' ih 11 B Fanny...... Illivn....... J Bk Pearl Hall 1 Bk Catherine 1 Phillips 13 Bk P.rajracx...Hdg ) Frhlhehr 15 h Genre H w'-ik1... J.n.r IT 6 IUrtblr. Br,wnton. 17 Sh Navy Janrrnt 13 liv TinifUix Ury 14 B Cov.ngtoo 'Jecks .-h Cah&rfroia Cleavclaod . . . M sh Champion.... Worth....... 21 h Euphrates... Hathaway... 21 Bi ljkirl Pierce 21 ?h FiUui UV, 14 Bit Pacific....... Koe 131 Brf KohoU JOld'g ) Cog .-. Euroia. Creaky 50 Bit 'Ate.. ?inm-o. . - - 21 !h Oicinth'an Lrwis - 31 h I mC Howland Lonjr 51 h Il'-nry Knecland.. Nr. 1 .-h A.Wine.. ........ Barber 1 Bk .Martha 2d li' C ?U J'.hn C'-ggeshall... l-an ?h Milton IU!T 11 B U.,bt Town. (-) Austin 12 h Urron. . ...(Old'g) lmnirO."" 12 Bk llrrculrs IT1'' 12 h.k C rero. ........... '?liv-rs... ..... 11 h Mnatit Wolla.Un... W HY.i ........ 12 rh lt HiMiSiUl B-.tUr 13 th Kum( ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 10 December 1863

PACinc Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. Correipon leoce of the Pacific Commercial A drertiser. M. Editor : la the last Polynesian, under the eoter of an obituary notice of Ilia Majeatj Kameha- w- r .nm writer has had the bad taste to UIIK flicj out slo rfl ani insiouationa against the Ameri can Missionaries as a bodj, an J at Mr. anl Mrs. Cwke individual!, as the instructors of his late Majestj. What motif e could hate led to this coward It and wanton fling, I know not, but as one of the prmleged-to guesa, I majr say it was one of revenge, for if rumor is to be believed, the supposed writer of the article was once forbidden the honor of tiailiug the Royal Sahool by Mr. Cooke, from fear Kiat Eil cotaruunicalions would corrupt good manners : The following is the allusion referred to : Unlike the greater proportion of boys who afterward prove themselves entitled to the name of leaders, the Ute King was unmitakabl bright u l ready wliije In scnoi, ww ui u-enuii xivit w nnii...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 10 December 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Reconstruction of the Union. How it will be Accomplished. A New York correspondent of the an Fran cisco Bullclin haV written one of the inu.t inter esting jKipers on the subject of the return of the rerol ted States to their former t-ituation that we ltATi seen. It is important that correct idea. reyirdinp; this subject should only be given, and the following contains to many well stated facts, bearing on it, that we repnnt it entire : New York, .u-u-t 13, 1SG3. Since the recent triumphs of our arms, the lull in active military operations and the new developments of loyal sentiment in various sec tions of the seceded States, the question which attracts most unirer?al interest and discussion, is that of the mode by which the Government fdioulJ procefd in the political re-incorporation of the seceded communitiVs, and the terms under which they should again be irmitted to resume their position as parts of the national political fabric. Shall they be r...

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. — 17 December 1863

i nTt-"tt i wilt iSilSisisiis II II II II II ill U II II II V II ill II II II II II II A til yaw o PUBLISH:) WKKKM' 151 I HK.VUV M. U JUTXEV. J II OXOLULU, HAAVAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 17, 1SG3. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOL. VIII. No. 5. WHOLE X. 3H6. tf mm mr mm THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The Landing of Ibe 22, Pilgrim I GOO. Father, lire. BT XUA. HEMAMS, O? ENCLAXD. The breaking waves dash'd high, On a tern rod rock-bound coast. And the woods against a stormy sky. Their giant branches, loss'd. And the heavy night hung dark The hills and waters o'er, When a Band of Kxiles moor'd their bark Ou the wild New Kngland shore. Not as the Conqueror comes, They, the true-hearted, came ; Not with the roll of the stirring drums. And the trump that sings of Fame : Not as the flying come, In silence and in fear ; They shook the depths of the desert' Rloota, With their hyms of lofty cheer ! Amidst the tonn they sung ; And the stars heard, and the sea ! And the sounding ables of the dim wood...

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. — 17 December 1863

COXYTIVIEIICIAI. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, !Vi3. Tle pcrs by the Trieste -laC us in i-:in f ? in Fraociseo narket rorU t Xotrmbet 33, and Eastern rej-jrts to f k-tubr 30. In Saa Ynncixn, trade showed ery little ani mation, ami priest ot oiir leading staple remained about a.4 at l-rrUnxi quoral'om. Tlie fallowing from the Attn, give the nu-t bf xctangs oa the the Jay of tti sailing of the fSaatna steamer; "In feign Exrhang littl or no variation is oWrvaMe. Banker' 60 Jay lulls on London are quotable at 4 t Hd.; j IX . 1 . - , - ..... - -. I , w mil, i. ,. Ma i. j, ffiirhl i xciiane on .tw lork. raid p-ym'nt. at pr cent. premium, and currerwy Jo. at yay t e-nt- The quotation for Ltjral Tenders ar n.minal ly S&-7c , the markrt closing in a very unsettled f.-ite, win to Ox f 3rthr tuau-rUl advance f the U4J market in the Int ern fU'iu" Aitices from Ri Jla-iro report that the barW Smvrniote, CapU l!or.J:lt, put into that i.rt j,t. 6. Co Jay from IVton, inUs:r,shfttf proriaioui,aiJ Wkiny...

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. — 17 December 1863

PAOinc Commercial Advertiser. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. SOTES OF THE WEEK. "t A Gusocw Packet. We noteJ some time ago that Scotch rchinery anI Scotch gentlemen were en gaged in the pugir plantation of Princevillc, And we are gratified in Wnj able to remark that the sugira produced on that estate are among the best, if not the very beat, made at the inlands. There is a New Orleans lock, quality and taste about them, that in some markets will gie them a great prefer ence and ialeability over our other hard grained (ugan. As a natural consequence of an increase of Scotch enterprise and capital here, we have to report the pioueer packet ship Jirechin Castle, as now on Leeway to Honolulu, ia Otago, New Zealand, with eome 200 tons of machinery, consisting of two sugar mills, works, &c. one l,r the Kohala Plantation and the other for the Oriomea Plantation at Hilo. t'ben these are established, we shall have three B-igir mills of Scotch make, and if we may judge by the praises bestowed on ...

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. — 17 December 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. SUPREME COURT Im Admiralty. JohnHeppiagston.l M q, l)efclc Jostice JcLn-Mamiaen. J JUDGMENT. The libelant u Master of the v-hallo? Lark Rich mend, 0 New Itafftri. ami the respondent w M4j.fr or tne uuenDare whaleship Oreeou. The oMect ! the libel Li to recover the whole, or a share of the pro ccedj of a whale, known to whalemen as a tow bed," capture! in the se of Qch otsk on the 20th of Msj last, which jicl led one hundred and fifty barrel of oil and two thoasand rounds of whaleb- ie. Tlie evidence in the cause is Tery lengthy, and somewhat conflicting, as miht be expect! when many of the witoea-es are interested parties, and I will state, tn a Tiew to a proper under;tan Jin of the decision, what I regard as having bn proven in ub3tance. Late in the afternoon of the 2'Jth of May, while the Loate of the Oregon were down, one of her officers des cried a whale, and the boats goin in pursuit one of them struck and got frst to it- The whale ran fit so ...

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. — 24 December 1863

r published wfeklvuvi 1IK.VKV M. WHITXEV. i II ONOLTJLU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 24, 1SG3. SIX DOLLARS PER AVXCM. VOU VIII Ne. 20. WHOLE N. 39C. mi w M IMP vw m . ' THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. CbriM Birthday. IT MM. B. B. I TO WE. We mark the Dajr when on as rose, Like stars, the eyes of oar first born ; We mark the day, when from our tide Our loveliest and oar bent are torn. We mark with mystic ring, the day .Of vows that are in the type of heaven, fl lfn, as the church onto her Lord, The bride onto the groom is given. For every friendship, every love, We hare memorial mark and sign ; , And shall we bear lens careful heed Fur the dear love that is divine f Ami shall no tender reverence greet His day of birth who came to bless, Whoe heart's blood on oar earthly ties Gives them immortal sacred nesa ? Say not how in the shade U lost The day and hour when Christ was born, And from thi: festival of love With skeptic eyes in coldness tarn : Enough that In all Christian lands. O...

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. — 24 December 1863

COr.TIVTERCIilL. THUKiU.tr, Ii TC EMB V. K 2. IviS. Tli vict' (nmi the !n f'ranoi-wa market ly the I'rtitrrtn were to the 2J1 alt., and frrn New York Co thr l"e of Ort-.U r. The letter of nor n Franri- c-rr'-'DI' nt contains a brief review of pru-r iff cor taiiug tuples. Ulnt Icla-grams front Ni Yirk qulc g'-H firm at a J re Biiuui of &3, anil uirrch.inli-wr (f a! I kinds rirtn.;. It will be re BKmml tli.il during tlx aintrr months, last yr ?"U rwe to it higtwst prrroium, hich M about 72, though at the close of NoTrmtr It had only reached 20 premium. Merchandie in th ?prinx was also at it hiWi point in New York auU Bouo. The fhltrnin Id, which ai-Tired oo Monday from SlaiiKh, U under rharVr to k.ad guano at IIowIaiM" I! u.d. and will sU thither in a f-w days. W- tr wilhout any transaction in trade worthy of note. Commfkckl Jtkm. Colt' factor turns oat 800 revolvers lr diem, and tbey all rooff. The Chinese eat pickled caterpillars, and think they resemble truffles. If yoa hare 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. — 24 December 1863

Comnierci? wiser. THURSDAY. liCttcr from San Francisco. FROM OCR OWS COBBfyPOSDEVT. IVr princess! Sas Feascisco. Not. 25tb, 18G5. I wrote joa last on the 5th or Ctb by the Yankee, and take a pasting jlance at events of the past three week In the following : Review of the Market. Scoabs. Sandwich Island Sugars are ia favor at good prices. Other raws are neglected. Sale of 1200 keg? Hawaiian are noted on private terms, but . quotable from 9c to lie. per B. Stbcp. At auction 32 bbls. Sandwich Island & 16c. Here is a not for joar planters to crack : Sobchcm Stbcp Sjrrup made from sorghum grown in Solano count this season, u for sale in this city. As an evidence of our State's progress towards supplying her wants by ber own productions instead of importing as heretofore, the above fact is most gratifying. Come. The Coffee market is now considered by the trade to be in a much better condition than for a week past, owing to the fact that importers of and speculators in fine coffees are...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 24 December 1863

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, ( Trym Hall's J mto1 A IIrlih ) A L.csoii fo Parent. I Lad been marril fifteen jeara. Tlirc-e r.au tifal daughters enlivened the domestic hearth, the jomgft of who:u was in her eighth v?ar. A more and conttntol Loueholi was n-j where to le fmnd. My wife waa amiable, iutel lint, and contented. " We were not wealthy; hut I'roiJ?nce Itad prcstrTed us from want ; and c haI I?arncl that txintentuvnt without Wealth, is Letter than wealth without content ment." It was my custom when returning Lome at night, to drop into one of the many chops that are constantly open in the basinesa e tn ts of the metropolis, and purchase Some trifling dain such as fruit or confectionery, to present t mother and the children. I need not eay Low delighted the little ones were at this slight expression of paternal conaideration. On one occasion I had purchased some remarkably fine apples. After the report, Jialf a dozen were left untouched, and my thrifty companion forthwith...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 31 December 1863

i r - r A A v I'UHUSIIED WEKKLV 111" iltMlV M. WHITNEY. II ONOLTILU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 31. 1S03. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. i VOL. VUl.No.27. WHOLE No. 3ft?. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, The Dying l'car. IT ALrurtt TEVYYSO. Ring nut, wiH bells, to the wild sky, Tbe flying cloud, the frosty light; The year U dying in the eight; King oat, will beiu, and let him die. Ring out U old, ..ng In the new. King, happy lell, acre the snow; The year it going, let hha go ; Ring out th false, ring la the true. King oat the grief that laps the mind, For those that here we see oo more King out the fend of rich and poor, Ring in redress to all mankind. King out a slowly dying eao.se. And ancient f nn of party strife; King in the nobler mod'-s of life, 'With sweeter manners, purer lawd. Kinf out the want, ttm care, toe sin. The faithless eolJm-M of the times; King oat, ring out my mournful rhymes. But ring the fuller minstrel in. Ring oat CtUe pride in 4ace and blood, . The civie slander a...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 31 December 1863

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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. — 31 December 1863

PACirio Commercial Advertiser, foreign Sum mar y. It ii ail that ibe prize monej of the American navy nmouoU to 880,000,000. Ex-resIJent Buchanan is ia London. The free labor ejttem appears to be working well io Louisiana. The Great flatter n is to be eolJ at auction. Br oom proposed to bay her as the great failure of the age. The Russian Admiral Lessofieky pays Admiral Far raut the high compliment of catling him "the moat remarkable and successful naval leader of the age. " The inoome tax of A. T. Stewart, cf New York, is slid to be $245,000 an income that one might live cn sery comfortably. - Qcrre a item. A single firm pays one hundred and fifty thousand dolUrs a year to the London Timet fur advertising. Over $40,000 has been raised in New York for the relief of the colored people who were maltreated and plundered by the rioters. It is stated that one of the shells thrown into Char leston shivered to pieces a statue of John C Calhoun. That was hitting the very personification cf ...

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