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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 2 July 1864

1 JM V mm A A II II A II II lf rr Jy y HLISIIED WKKKI.V KV I C.VKV M. WHl'VNKl- THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. Pt the garatian islands. 3Iaul TtcvlItsd. TJlupalakua Plantation. fcVe referred in our lust number to tne suua h of the Makee Plantation. Some details Nectin" its . operations will be interesting. h will premise with the reinaric mat uiupaia- L was selected for a sugar plantation 25 jears by Mr. James Nowlein, who was succeeded Mr. L. L. Torbert, but like other similar jrprises of those days, it was unsuccessful iin various causes, which need not be repeated u. It is five years 6incc Capt. 3Iakce turn his attention to eugar planting, since which whole energioi and all the resources of the fate have been devoted to it. There are 1 00 es of cano growing, and this area will be reased during the next few months to 900 1000 acres. As most of the ccne land on i plantation consists of choice arable loam, IJing readily to the plow, the crops are put andcultivated with less expe...

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. — 2 July 1864

COIVTIYTERCIAIj. SJTUR'JAY, JULY 2, 1SG1. Tfi bar".: Smymiotf, maIe a batalsome passage cf only 12 days iri:a n t'rjnciseo.and place uia receipt of advic-fruoi that port t- the 1S:!j Jan-. She trirgs a larg? cargo an. J erne 8 or 10 pa!na;fl. Eit will Ns dispatched agi.i Saturday I ho 9:b ((. Th later? report cf tj 8 3 Francisco xntrket, fill be found ?!les tb ahev vers', w are wp.hont any frrM;m arrlva's ti pat: week, th harbor If now unusually bare of shiproK. We Kara tht the Wailuka Sugar MiU eoesmeneed grinding en Mealiy last. aca very foo-X sajrar bas be-n received. This I a nr plantation, widen promises to add tome 300 tons to our tnnaal espor?, during the next twelve months. The consular exctmr.gr at ihi port. c.tin.''Jn of dr?fl on the I". 2. Government, payable la evtrreney, were taken ap by ten der, ax Com ' to 9-i per cent, premium on the gold. The gold drafj of the Commute aui Legation mLzid i r3 1 J percent. The Yjnkre w!3 be the .-i eaxloff for San Franeiwo, and will p...

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. — 2 July 1864

Si ! J if PACinc Commercial Advertiser. - - SATURDAY. JULY 2. Jh JVutltovHir- PITPCANT tJ the Proclamation of May 5th, His MajtT will meet the Nobles anJ the Dele- tes of the People, on Thuwlay next. July 7th, K o o'clock M.. n the Stone Church at Kawni hao, to oi on the Convention. The proceeding will be public CnAELES Gordon Hopkins. pIM or !. DerTMsT of Foreios Affairs. VF IT KNOWN to all whom it may concern, that Fed. B- &q. ?aTing this rr teJ t, M. Department hi. nm.s from " the Aitf q fcl-WI, Sh Xniioduerorm. he the , M ; Fd :i n-nin. Enuire, hereby acknowledged, ' lT order of the King, as Coul ot lg.um ,. ....::. Manet: and all hi? official acts,; (Til'ik ....... r .ueh, are ordered to receive full faith and credit ,y the Authorities of His Majesty Covernrnent. Given undr mv hand and the eeal of the Foreign Office, at Il .nolulu, thi30th day of June?lSM. L.S.J B. C. Wtlue. Diplomatic Correspondence. C0S3VLATK Of VtRV. IIOk'OLrLC, June 24th, 1804. lB I should he obliged by...

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. — 2 July 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Ode the Deify. The following sublim Ode is from the Russian Anthology. and wn written br the celebrated Dershaven. It was lrn- lated Into English as follows, by Dr. Bo wring. It is a nobi composition, and should be preserved by the reader. The Ode appeared in oar columns a couple of year since, bat by re quest we print it again. Ob, Thoc Ktiimil Oj ! whose presence bright All space doth occupy, all motion guide ; I'ocbanged torowri Time's all devastating flight. Them only Ood ! There Is no God besnie ! Being above all beings ! Mighty One ! VThutn none can comprehend and nooe explore, Who nll'st existence with thyself a" Embracing all supporting ruling o'er Being whoa we call Ood and know no more ! In IU sublime research, philosophy My measure out the ocean deep may count The sands or th son's rays bat, God ! for Thee There is no weight nor measure none can mount l'p to thy mysteries : Reason's brightest spark. Though kindled by Thy light. In vain 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. — 9 July 1864

S3 yz-w,. wa i-CTWfaw V 'AM A Ml PUBLISHED U'KKKI.Y BF I IIK.MtV M. Wllir.VKV. $ HONOLULU, ILA.AVAIIAN ISLANDS, JULY 9. ISO 1. SIX DOLLARS PER AXNl'M. VOL. IX. Xo.. WHOLE Xo.4t4. lit if TEE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, From the P. C. Advertiser Extra, Jnly 4. 1AT AWWt i mm ARRIVAL OF THE Bark Comet The bark Comet arrived early on Sunday morn ing, having mads a passage of 11 days and 15 hours from San Francisco. She brings a email letter mail, but no Eastern papers, the mail steamer not having arrived up to the 21st of June, though four days behind tim. The clipper ehip Rattler arrived on Sunday with the Comet, 13 days passage, having left San FrancMco tbe day before her. She brought no news, and sailed again the eame day for Manila. The following are the passengers by the Comet: From 8x Fsaxcuco pr hark Comet, July 3, Mrs. Mary Dow sett. Mrs. Mary Chater. Rlwin II. Diroond, A. McDcrmont, Charles Willium, Miss Lucy William. Mint Louisa Williams, Anna Williams, Albert Williams, Loui...

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. — 9 July 1864

r coiviiiEnciAi. SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1WL Ths bark Comtt arrived early 03 Sanday morning, with a short passage of 11 J days (mm Saa Francisco, and bring about 130 toes on freight. She ras rail cargo waiting her and will load with dif patch, taillog about Saturday of wxt week. The Smtriiote la full -and ieaTCS to-day for Sao Francisco, taking the mull; Le. The 1'anAee ai;ed at 3 o'clock on Thursday affrnoon, with fall freight and twenty-four passengers. This iocreaw of freight and travel is jast what has been predicted, and will doubtless continue, requiring toon much larger veeU to meet the wants of our trade with Saa Francisco. The British clipper ship At on (formerly the American h-'P Cycun,) touches to take freight for China, and will aail oa Monday neat. turn Hawaiian tfclp lolnni, Capt. 51. M. Oreen. sailed from Boston for Honolulu, May 24th, with a full assorted cargo. The bark Cambridge, Brooks, arrived at Portland, Oregon, Jane 19, 20 days from Honolulu. ' The late gold bill" p...

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. — 9 July 1864

PAoino Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY J. Opening or tlie COXSTITI TIOXAL CONVENTION This anxious!j-ipe-jtel event took place at the Stone Chorcli ore ThdrsJij list. The church was excessively croW'leJ, mmj fUreigu l-lied aoI gentle oea being: preseut. A ra:9el platform was erected in front of the pulpit, on which sat Ilia Majesty the King, the Princess Victoria. Got. Kekuanaoa, and other nobles, with the representatives of foreign powers. The Kiag arriveJ shortly afrer 12 o'clock, under escort of t'ie military an ! cavalry companies. The exercies opened with prayer by Bishop Staley. The King then reaJ in Hawaiian anJ English his aJ dres. which we insert below; iaitne-Jiately after the delivery cf which the Convention a-uurned till Fri day, at 1 1 o'clock : Till: KING'S SPEECH At the Opening of the Convention. JVbbles and Delegates tf the People : It baa pleased God Almighty to call hence to a bet ter world my Brother, Kameuame.ua IV.. whose death has filled the Nation with mo...

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. — 9 July 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The Taxable Property ol" United State. . the It is sometimes flippantly eaid that the Treas ury notes and bonds represent nothing but the mere promise to pay of the government. As the government, however, is a mere committee nom inated by, and the agent of, the people, the promise to pay of the government carries with it t&e promise to pay of the people, just as the note of tne treasurer of a corporation binds the prop erty of the company he represents. A. debt is good or bad according to the relation it bears to the productive property of the person who issues ic, and, in regard to u nation, productive proper ty is generally synonymous with taxable proper- . ty. In 1850'tbe taxable property of the United States wa about seven thousand one hundred millions of dollars ; in 18G0 by the application of capital and labor to the undeveloped wealth of the country, it had increased to over sixteen thousand , one hundred millions, or more than 125 per c...

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 1864

. A a y :m ii i ti 11 11 11 ii 11 o. published wKKKr.r hi" II O KI' M. Wllll'-NKV. HONOLULU, II AAV AH AN ISLANDS, JULY 1(3, 1S64. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. I VOL. IX. No. 3. WIIOLK N43 THE PACIPIO Commercial Advertiser, A Snmke in the Glaaa. TEI HOaaoE-4 OF DCUaiCX TXUICX3. Come, listen awhile to me, my lad, Come, listen to me for a spell ! Let that terrible drum For moment be dumb, For j oar ancle la going to tell What -Ml A youth who Iorl liquor too well. A clever yooa.? bio was he, my lad. And with beauty uncommonly blessed. Ere with trendy and wine Ue bgan to decline. And behaved like a person possessed ; I protest The temperance plan is the best. One evening he went t- a tavern, my laJ, He went to a tavern one night, And drinling too much Rum, brandy, and such, The chap got exceedingly tight ; And was quite What your aunt would entitle a fright." The fellow frU into a snoot e, my lad ; Tis a horrible stumor be takes lie treml.lc with fear. And acts very queer ; My eye ! bow he sh...

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 1864

c o iyuvteh cial . SATURDAY. JULY It, 1564. Stxce our Lvit we note the arriral of the Russian steam eor etn Abrtck, 13 days from San Francisco, bringing a small ravl, followed on the next day by the bark A. A. Eldridge, 1 1 days from the same port, t'jt with no later advices. The English brig Argo arrired on Thorsday afternoon, In 113 dayi from Lirerpool. with an aasortsd cargo of merchandise to Messrs. JalD, Green tr Co. For particular ae their adrer tlsement on the fourth page. The English ship Avon, wtoe arriral was tided In our last, sailed oo Wednesday rrening with a freight list cf fjr.gaj, floor, potatoes and sandal wood, amounting to $S60. On Friday noraiog th Russian corvette Cataxola and Abrtck left for Ean Francisco, taklag a smalt mall. No market report to make, bojioe being quite doll, the attention of oor entire community being drawn to the Conven tion now sitting. THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser, Skips Mall. For Saw FaCico p?r Cooet, July CO. For 8s ft aascisco vr 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. — 16 July 1864

PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 1G. Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention. Third I)ny. Saturday, July 9th, 18C4. The Convention met at 11 o'clock, pursuant to adjournment. The f roce-din were opened with prayer ly the Chaplain and the minutea approved. Yice-I'resident Kobertaon then an nounce! that there was a Resolution bef jre the Convention pending which it adjourned jester dav. 1 1 is Majesty then addressed the Nobles and Delegate a lollown : I would iufk of this Convention leave to ex plain iny views and opinions on the Resolution presented to their notice yesterday, lest my si lence mar hereafter b? misinterpreted. I view, in effect, the resolution offered yeterday by the Deleput-4 for Honolulu (Dr. Judd) as bein one The Delegates of the teop!e, the Nobles and iny elf, eittinj; here together, represent the Sovereign Power of the Kingdom, and between us and God there is no power whatever. This is a fact plainly stated. I do not recognize the authority of an...

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 1864

- - - THE PACiriO Commercial Advertiser, Instructions to Clear Premises or Rats. We publish the fallowing by request : The first step to be taken in order at once to clear a House, Ship or Premise of these vermin, it to allure them all together to one proper place before aaj attempt is made to secure or destroy them, for there is euch an instinctive caution in these animals accompanied with such a surpris ing sagacity in discovering even the engbtesi cause of danger, tbat if only one of them be hurt or pursued in :in unusual manner, the rest take the alarm and become so shy and wary, that every device or stratagem you may adopt to take them will prove for a long afterwards futile. The place where the rata are intended to be assembled and brought together should be situ ated ah near the middle of the house, ship, barn, stable or premises aa possible. A email room or building of some kind must be chosen, where the rats are all brought together before you make any attempt to secure the...

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 1864

A ( It n Y I! r n - H T u af puiilishf.d wkkkm' hv ( HK.MCV M. WIHT.VHl. s HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JULY -23, 1S(54. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. VOU IX. No.4. WHOLE No. 420. 1 n. t THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. "Wulcls iIiom in all Thing." T--. paint life 1 very brief ; It ?. fui-lcly by, Anl if ic prove a troubled scene, Brneatb a ttorrny sky. It U bat like shaded night. That brings a mora of reliance bright. B hfj-ful cheerful faith will bring A living j y Vt thee, Anl tat'ie thy life a hymn of praise. From doubt and murmur free : VLl-t, lie the mnbeaui. thu-i wilt blei. And bring to others ha.pines. lr rarnet an Immortal soul Hhouf.l be a worker Irur Kcpiuy thy talent for thy Oik!, Au! ei-r kep la view The Judgment scene, the last grvxt djy. Whea htaven and earth shall pa.) away. Be holy let not in' dark stain Thy spirit whiteness dim j Keep clroie ts Jeus 'mid the world, And tru.-tt al-n in Him. So, niiJt thy i.u-sines and thy rt, Thovi will bo coin fort ed and blcit. lie pra...

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 1864

O O XVXXVIX2XI O IAL . SATURDAY, JVLYTl, 1S64. Xh clipper thip Mattapan which came In Ut Saturday, la our only foreign arrival the part week. She bad a short rawag; of 10J day from Pan Franrisco, and broohtour Eastern mails. Cbe is en route for Baker' Island, to Jol guano. On the 30th of June, Messrs. M'Ruer it Merrill of Sao Fran Ci, held a large auction ! of Hawaiian supars, and dis posed of some 3iO0 kegs at prices ranrfDg from J to $13 1. per 100 lbs., the talk realising about 12c. a lb. Sugar ccmea In very freely from the Maui and HUo plant Uom, enabling the racket to fiU up rapidly. The be planta tion oa Maui are acceedtng in the manaractare fully equal to anticipation, and all of them are ech month locreasicg their product. Bot&e of thea are obliged to work night and day. The ) of the cargo of the brig Argo, which takes place on Thcraday next, Is worthy the a:eot!oa of traders. COMXBJtCtAL iTtMt. The cffctal Nary Begistrr fcr 1964 ha J Jt keen Inaed from the Oorernnjent p...

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 1864

TUB PACiriO Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 23. Proceedings of the ConMitutirmal Courciition. Kitflith Day. Fkiit, July 15th, 1861. The Convention opcne-l at 12 o'clock. Vice Pre.-Hent Ilbrt.ofi BtateJ tht the Ilesolu tioo f the i6CJ.U.-r fictu Stuth Kcna was in order, sbJ rentrkeJ that he was sorry that, in the free deal of Ptie-ch enj jje.1 here, sacti worJ as reUJ," trair," &c, hi Ltcu uI. Hia M ijesty, acting upon the highest le-il aJvice. cilled thi Convention, so J le.-.Ire that the entire Sovereignty of bis Kealru is here,:anJ icit whom shall treason be coiuruit iel. if be naM-'ii is here? He hal the hocor to be j reniiwhea the 8'ijreti( n wa nn le by the Chief Justice) that a Contention of the King, chief an-1 proLle.prcr.rly Cilled, utrulJ be a competent body to rei the Constitution. Touching the difficulty io whi-ti fron.e of the D'U-gitts fiu i themselves, they binj5ieen pent here merely to consult ad referen dum, iere i? Hi Mijety -anes that this Conten tion wt...

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 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. How tUe Red Kiver Fleet was Saved. Admiral I'orler's Report. Admiral David D. Porter's official report to the Xavy Department, dated at the mouth of the Red Hirer, May 16, gives a vivid account of the ingenious devices by which the ironclad licet ac companying Bank 'a expedition wad saved from destruction. The following is the material part of the report : Tue water Lad fallen so low that I had no hope or expectation of getting the vessel out thin sea eon ; and w the army bad made arrangements to evacuate the country, I saw nothing before me but the destruction of the beat part of the Mis sissippi squadron. There seem3 to have been an especial Providence looking out for us in provid ing a man equal to the emergency. Lieutenant Colonel Uaiiey, acting Engineer of the Nine teenth army corps, proposed a plan of building a series cf dams across the the rocks in the river at the falls, and raising the water high enougu to let tue vesH pasa over. inn prop...

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 1864

CO -itf.Ti'." '.'- - - ------ -- - .r- -V ,Vk - ' f'v--viSS- '- f-jirj "jiin ;V!"vi-"ii '. ' ' v.iir."r:.' ..". f - 0 I ; i 1 ii w ii ii ii r Y V t f 1 II IX II II II II II II II II 4 Y it SI H ii 1 n ii:u(,isiik.d wkkki.v bv ii m. wiiitnkv. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. A Tlr of I be S. A mariner by tfrnjst crrt Lay !rJ-n'linz with the wave ; His one sole hoi all else was lost His h-ar-!l jroM to me. SJunu from hi neck a weary weight Hi precious charge he bwre ; II is failing Irenj.ih, at war with fcte, CocM bear no fcather more. Hct nft a'-arnst li?s life alme rjr'e the lireakers will ; A worn in, (.a th billows thrown, HeUl oi h-r dr iwniDg chikl. " Sare her !" she erk-J, " in mercy nave f As through the turf ahe rolIM : He beanl ; anl eat beneath the wave Hi prlxer.f In.lian g'A'l. Fearless he breasts the trojic storm With limbs by lore new strur r, While roaml bis neck all soft an 1 warm, Two infant arm are slung. lie hails the lanl the blessed land ! lie drinks it siicy a...

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 1864

I r coivi rvi.sn.oi SATURDAY. JLLY30, 1S6. foXStSISABLK uneail&e i brg'nmcjc t be felt in our ' community lrtt lh auomal not t f cor political affair tea rcsa't in crisis, whkh will tare a disastrm tZxt 03 lrJand alt buslocs operaia ihroozhout the fronp. Tb Ootersisrot, a we untleriMrvi It, ttfcr the ground that bo law cas b cf force, without the arjnature of the King, as4 t!t th Kin? cannot legally rn any law until be hi rworo to the C-nii:aiioe. Soe aa thi state cf thin? may continue for ctne ume to come, 00 apiropriatnn bill ran be pajed, ar.J eo font's In the treasury will be allowed to be pU out. The average monthly receipt cf the public treasury are probably not Ie than twenty thousand dollar, which amount, with whirTPT cr.io may hare been there on the flrotof July, matt rc Balsi locked np till our politicd trouble are ended, whicii are aa llk;y to be aiz as three mot.ths hence. It rn to be a fit ut'ect for the Chamber of Commerce to dlsccsa, bnt whether an action can be U...

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 1864

PACiric Commercial Advertiser. s.irrKur. jvi.y so. Tue TrVTTr-FiR.-4T AxNirrasARV of the REarOi: ATI ON" or thk HAWAIIAN" FLAG, falling n Sunday, the Slst of July, Monday, the M -f August will be observed aa a public bt'IM-J ni ali thc Government Offices will be U. PE V.UillJ.iI, Actios Minister of the In-eriof. Itterlr.r DH"tnent, July 27. !. Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention. Fhiday, Julj 221. 1864. The Convention raet t 12 M. Mr. Parker askei to present f a r eii. re-site of his ties and of one of hi fellow Defe. Mr Gulick. as they were nVnl to withdraw from he Convention. Per mission tn-in granted, the paper w reJ in both lmtuz. ' Miitr.t. Parker and Gulick vacated their eeaM in Cor.venMon. This document was pub li he-1 in l:i.-t weeks' iue The Ai'ornev G-Deral utated that Ilia Majesty wan etill unw.U. a I rere"tel that he wi unable to at teD'l. bat hrp-I to b present cn the morrow. Hit Ex. Ii C. Wrl'.ie, from the J .int Committee on Pri!i'K, prrent! a nnj irity repor...

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. — 30 July 1864

Till. PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, (From tht Botton Post.') flood Story lor a Kainy May. A Gloverson, the Mormon A Romance. 11 y Artemus Ward. Ci I AFTER 1. THE XOE'JON'g DEPARTCRE. The morning 01 which Reginald iloveron was to leave Great oalt Lake City with a iuule traio, dawned Ik.-j.xi ifullj. Reginald Glovert n wa a joung and thrifty Mormon, with an interesting family of twenty young and handsome wives, Uis union had nerer been blessed with children. As often as once a year he used to go to Omaha, in Nebraska, with a tnul-train, for goods ; but although he bad rrfurmed the rather f-erilous journey many tunes with entire ifety, bid heart was etrangely ad on thi particular morning, and filled with gloomy forebodings. Tne'time for Wu departure bad arrived. The high-spirited mules were at the d"or. impatient ly champing their bit. The Mormon stovd fcadly among his weeping wives. Dearest ones," he said, I am singularly sad at heart this morjinz, but do not let this depress you. Th...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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