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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 10 September 1864

it 6 ft I't lil.lHlli'lt u I'kki.) ta ' IU.Mil l. II I I . IIO NOI.UI.W. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SKI'TKM I'.KK. I, Ml I. (km Anil' r i mm mm 1 THE l'ACiriO foiunuMvial AdvtMlistM-. t'fcrMf h .ttaaala. is- tv a Til ". 4 t. I 5 --,xC - $ .l.--iN l! ?: ? !. f m . . '" ' t .1 fu. J J ti(- lV-. I"-. w .-4 . Vw, tV.- . av-.t. ! IU t""X : " 4 s : t I I i 5 t"jr-.oi-'v, (vd rVvLi u .-j 1. 1 ' ! l4- t rv. i- r ; :. '.?, 'l tt. J'.- ;t ..it a . T r-x o t c" . 5 f.f l! f 4 v lkV r-f iK f tavc r - It JL:t vs. tv Mi fvtx- i" U s. II ict,II.uirt)iiH Ifctn. Tkcrr r- r. w :n th: cvar.trr sixtf i ffiwri of zl rrr-.rt cur prrs in nhipbtf'.IJtnj. ( our rr cpfurtl Sttuotoo. Vctrn Vir- J7 '-'x tv-r1.cr ;t JoIUrs pr single me.I. The ; ri:JTthe pr:.c ( x a ia our curreuoj wn I fir cro:. ! Tb M.rn.M r new bo.:iac tht. wi;h U0J p:p ; l";ih. :n their tt".en;n:s there cm net ; f.n:aJ JrinWirg i;cv.a. bi..:rJ sovn or a N"!:,; !"er. If tli:s it fs cae cf their few ; j'.rtiis. z.l it is pxrJcsible in them to pirjkJe i...

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 September 1864

O O 1VXI.XX.XI C I AL . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1841. Tan thip Malay ferine advices from fin Francisco to Aofurt 2Sih, t date of ilinjr. Our enrrejondnt tare , writes ai foJlcwt igvd:og th tckrkci fc UUal produce , other tteass: ttoa ?.nce the thrr the - Fri'if. Mrt. MeKacr A Mrrn!t aoM ea U 2Cth. VI krjr, Na 1 Uawaiiaa, " 10 SO; Ut da. do. $10 W 44 100 j; 2XJ do. Chin Mascovado, daBarrd. Set lo4 da. do. "frc. aa is; 4-1 do. do. 8 IS e d. Thla was rie baUcc held by them In itore, aud n not fa'ly p to grad So. 1. The C" arrived the cevt day bringn her cargo oo the market. We. five the qjotatiooa of the I'Mn Maacovadn, aa it vu put up ta krpr, tuniUr to the l?ai9 and U probab'r a trial ahirtnent by your frmer toenatnra Mrr. f ti Ahee. who have tabt.hevl a Louie at Macao, where these nnti wen? packed. The auirr to a avcMicd conditiu. and the clirn to much :amcd a to r-totte mhrrany in Col.ie. It wu fr the mot part pur ehaaed for ranax purjwi-, by tUe new -Bat" rn.an Heflnery, who bouih...

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. — 10 September 1864

Commercial Advertiser. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. IIoxolchj, Sept. 8th, 18GI. Ma. Kditor : Mr. Bone!' communication, print ed in the Ut i-sue of jour piper, shows thnt Ilia M ij'fj nisMifvrined about his (Mr. Uond'a) ac tion iu the receM e!ectiou. and a No about his views in reference to the annexation of this kinglom to th L'oitcJ f-'tatw, som? v-m bince. I think ii j-Jst to Hi Mij-tj t- y thit I h.iTe no doubt he was eqoi'l iu'.iff.-rueJ iu refereooe to the views vt the mis-utiiiri nrUy at tht period upon tht sub-j-et. and tint lie would rot h-ive m ile the remarks which sre published ps IIi had be not teen mVm f.rmeJ. Ju-tice li the missionaries also requires thit if thrir iew9 .m l action bate been mNippre Le led ati.l unrated. tb fact should be a wi Jelj known m its counttrprt Iia been. i'or m.uj ye-us I h. been person-ill acquainted with all of the American IWetant missionaries upon the isl in and I thiok pretty penerlly. with their view upon thin subject, and I know cf no one wh...

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. — 10 September 1864

THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. Anion? the Gold Gamblers. The eulyoined account of a visit to the gold ramblers of New York is from the Washington Repullicttn. The time consumed in its perusal will not be unprufitably spent : New York, July lUth. I felt like studying human nature in its worst form, and stof-j-ed in among th fcoM gamblers yesterday. Thty form a wry p."Cular and distinct cla-H of jrrsoii;. Daily they crowd int-j a little ro-jiu, Porus twenty by thirty feet, in-Exchange Plaw. Other throng and block the si-lewalk. Here in this little ro-;u yort will Cnd the men who have most t tay against arbitrary ftrreits and the? ffOernm?r:t, while daily struling tt destroy the nation's credit and give 'strength and influence to the vnny. This little ronn wan crowded lieyond its capacity ; the noise and confusion was bewilder ing. Such was theanxk'ty to s-c the gold reacli SOU that each advancing step on the ecale from its starting point up to l'JS was received with acclamation of...

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 September 1864

r it irVV, C a upt ."WV V Y V V m am ' t 3 . . '1 -a PU1IL1S11EO WEKKI.V II V IIUMtl- M. WHITNEY. the Pacific Commercial Advertiser, A Fire itrnnd In VcrK. Among other evidences that have lately betrayed themselves, yoa may have heard cf th sonjr called The Lion of the. Latin Quarter, which was scattered in tens of thousands over the streets of Paris during the niirht. If you have, not yet printed it, you will not, perhaps, ol.j-ct to make room for the following translation : 2fo. no ! our young men are not d-ad Thry rie with nolle wrath about them; Let Caeiar look bis Kates be sped Tvraa a youn lion roared without them ! lie sleeps you think J To smile you try Vat. oon ueU stretch hU limbs f-jr slaughter : lie's fey ! lie only sleeps with half an eye, .The Lion of the Latin Quarter. The student marches on before, The workman follows c!Me, and wary; They wear the gay cockades they wore Id July aud in February. The race who did not flinch for kings. At Areola ami farcy's slaughter, l...

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 September 1864

0 ?! ii ;! i .1 i: 4 I List or "Wlia.leliip Cruising in the North Pacific Season of 1S64. I i rizH owxcn. carT: Aaron ..... ........ Ablcail y4eli.-e ArooUa. ...... .... I rt- Unsnold...... Brunswick .. Cape Horn Kon.. -'aiher?e CorioiTtca ......... I'aJtUJa. CaLroIa... ....... West port Ner Bedford Church Nye Barhr Hawra bois Porter Sherman Phillips Thorn it A il'Tl FacJrs Stiver Jtraabsri Lewi llomari Cratvli.:i Crosby GarJcrr P-i.tiua liuwta At beam liaihay MUtoa Your Vti herjamln Jones Ashley llriidea Chss Adar.s Jkmlc IVxter Macr.btr WiMif.-W Brown Chas- Cornell Willises Tinker Chapmna Oreea Thorn s BalleT Tuok:r Bnk-.r IIa;sy Oren Clark Bamei AUea Jerceg.in HuU Rote Gray Ftewar: Caawi! II!!py Willard r"ihcr Dartaiccth t Locdca Ne Bedford Cantue Packet. C. W. Morgan. . Cicero ..... Coorrti SJ...... Corla'Lian.. ...... Cornel: us Uowlaod Coral JSoroo d4n.toa-n Edward Cany i.iUA iJuui. ........ Zhzabcth 5;rt. ...... Emma C. Jon.-...... PaiiJy Mr.i....... Euphrates.... ...... opa,...

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 September 1864

THE PAOiriO Commercial Advertiser. ONE DAY LATER ! "Wselx News. The elippir hlp Ajry .. Sutton arriv ed on the 12th. from gao Frnei.co. with the mail, txpr-!e, Ac. Sbe briuf Sn Francisco dailies to August SO. The telegrnph haJ Wn out of onier since the 20th. oiDj to Indiao trouble on the r.Ia"iu, which LvJ also iuterruptel the overHnJ iuI! service. The tuumt importaDt news received pertain to to ttttpt tnvie ly Lee to regain possesnioa of tLe Wel doo IViilronJ. The tattle was fought on SunJ-17, Augujt 21. the result of which was that Oraot ttUl LtU ptsa4ion. the follow xug telegram relate to It t From (it-nut. HlCAtQCARTE AY Of THE POTOMAC. Almost 21t. Thi ajcroio? the enemy made a vigorous at task on the Fifth Corp, oo the left of the WelJon Rt!roiI. at the fame place where they were paitUlly 8(i:cefal oo Fri lay. About Bttn a. x.. a f.rce of the enemy were teinjr, raoveJ 14 if to attack the Ninth Corps, when a few welI-J:recevl aheil sent thera out of sight. Shortly after, a colum...

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 September 1864

TBS PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. A Rebel View of the Situation. Dangers and Dilficulties which Threaten Frankly Stated. JToaj t dr;! " Cocaiitutioualiat," Jane 29-.h. We ech are habitually amused at the shifts and dudges to which our enemy resort, to keep up appearances and to cover disaster or di?ap-pvi-tinetit. But do we never imitate the schooiy who "whistle to keep hit? courage up," aa he pawes through the graveyard ? Do we never llluatrato the wisdom of that dewrt bird, which hide it head in the eand, and thinks iteelf hid? The On to Richmond" ot the tnemj has be come a by word for chil-Jren, and we long ag learned to laugh at the SO, CO and 'JO day in which the rebellion was to be crushed out." We have lelt pity for the people who could feel glad at an advance on Kicliuiond, which appears to hate cos; some s,uw men lor every mile tcey gained, and contempt for the Government which would forge our btate papers in a clumty way, for the purpose of making themselves tempora rily ...

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 September 1864

CO il l i nil Y i 'II ' i J UMpJU.rgl .i flllTltill,! ' ii VH i 'If fl H Mr i f W9 mm i S I I ft'lil.lsiiKl k:k i. ii ( iu:mi m. uiiii'm:i. THE rAOiriO CoinnuMvial Advertiser. Thr U$rl f I'miriirr. A .!r.t rt n "mW ?r lroa ll.-Art .U fliu-titi T. a J .-!.' ;t. t'ait h kif, li t .vi 'l J ? tt... 12. t-c" Jr.i lvu- tf An I uM W4 W hu cur !?: ! j-:it: ! !, .Vvl a f hr irf i rw. W.a r f-!- fi i t. c. tl J JkaJ uVkt4, 1I TJC m;io! fi.-rvir(C cirt, Ac-l U it'U-, lukt y,d ytttxt'.K 1 err.: ( h.J ua tcrl IIc cutrt, f.r it. t. J-rkrt Imt Apt. 4 I-; ..i'.i.r A4 -rrt. all &::.i t'.tt our, i'cviii'., if :. . Atv-1 '.! ur l ru'c tfU; A i llrurn l- u nrTrJ. M, niarasur-'rif. k. - Oh, w!-y T iKzu tK r.il cn tb. To ..; rr; ilia u4.4ax;t o Co U : - Still lr Tie pi -f tv i near ! Ttu kr our iue lw acirl v Clt, ll.t .k-3t 4 to ;flll Aci. thj'a h very t:i'-e tx'.Wi, 11 i cor trut f.-ot. VAK1ETY. The R!cbmcii houwites are g'.aJ to c?t flour at cc bsnirei Jol.arj f er barrel ! Chickens tv ni dollars ...

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 September 1864

COZVXXTCX.il CI AXi. 5 A TURD J T, SEPTEMBER 24, 184. Th Comet arrived on Wednesday, after & pat-az rt 13 days, bringing- a large aad valuable cargo, one of the largest ever imp! rted from California. Of it the lfi says r Bark Comet cleared to-dav f-r Honolulu with a Ur?e carg-x araooBUo? in value to 5-4.3 J'i 27 the emu valuable carz4 which has bca shipped beuce to that port finc August. ISi, in which roontZi the Fan c',erl for the same destination wKh merchssdi; vaJced at $57,431 It. The Comet also car Ties (S,uOO n treasure. )r Our trade with Ban Francisco win cootlnue to increase ever year, a -J- export Jo. In the one article cf sugar alone, our sports from January 1 to September lt cf this year wrr over eight million of pouuda. Tlis includes shipments to all fore:3 countries. The dr. tie paid at San Francisco oo the sutrar re ceived from Ilonol'-ila, daring the same time, exceed the ent-.rt revenue of the Hawaiian Kingdom for 3Se3. If ocr sjzv Interests stcw doricg the next...

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 September 1864

Y1H PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. FOREIGN MEWS." The bark Comet, Car taiu James Smith, arrived WcJnesJaj nxo, 1G ljs from Han Francisco. She brings a eta wail, chitfl San Francisco papers anJ letter?. The mail steamer was not due till four lnjs after ber BiiliDf. The folicwiug emaraces the principal items of in terest : From rnnt. llEArirBTrRs ur tiik Abmt or the Potomac, August -I Eicning. All ia quiet to-laj, except the usual cannoottJing. Our Ielt ho. been extended ix or seeo iimIm, and we bold accurely the Weldon roai to Ream's Sutiuo, a distance of even tuilea. No rebels to be seen on our left front. The en'ire loss of the Fifth Corps on tfuuJaj was 5,000. The fought apIe-diJIj. New York. Ang'jst 28th. Richmond papers of th -31 contain isocount" of the last rebel assault on Warren's lines, en the VeM.n Riilroml, and say: Vie bate net with a reptile coating us man brave men, but the aff.sir is not over. Brigadier General Saunders, of Alabama, was killed; General Lamar, of Flori...

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. — 24 September 1864

THE PACiriC Commercial Advertiser. L Curious Story. AS ILLINOIS COLONEL VISITS JEIF. DAVIS. The Times prints the following etory, which is corroborated by a dispatch, to the Trilune, relat ing that Colonel Jacques and his companion had joit returned from Richmond. An indiTidoal fresh from Richmond, not as a release! prisoner, but an honored gueet, enter tained rbrea days in the capital of the ; southern confederacy, feasted by Jeff. Davis, Benjamin and their compeers, having around him the romance and the mystery of an unknown mission, and knowing the secret of the rebel prison-house, is rara avis enough to make a sensation even amid . tht leaden and languid heat of a Washington summer's day. Such a personage, bringing with him all the experiences enumerated, arrived here to-day direct from Richmond, by way of Gen. Grant's headquarters. His name id Colonel James t . Jaques, cf the 2eventy-tnird Illinois volun teers, Colonel, but parson also, being a minister of the Methodist Episcop...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 24 September 1864

ggj TXT IF HP ILa 3335 2ME IBS H7 mmm I 1 II - HOIOLXTIiU, K. I., Sept. 24th, 1064. (1)0 DDI FACiriC Commmia Advertiser.: Tlic West Coast of Africa. Wionifrcnl ReeJ. an KngluTi traveller, has n rently puMi-tiel ;i bjoli. relative tJ the .eojlj cif th Went CVwt of Africa. It is a very ii:ter eatln work, farnialiini valuable information in u y full ilca.in; an-1 chatty manner. N e puMioh the liwin extract, KT'n ra ll,,(:oUllt ol a TKrld wh have ec.me juite under the narno of Kroomen : CRnnwcN Till: COAST S.tlLoKS. IIre h hi crew of Kroomen : Tbey demanded fin where I wa pmg to Uk them; or, hearing th.ir d-.tinati ,n, they ' rt-t.lied that i-Ienty bharks UU at f-igo ; plenty ick at Duny, but that CJaboon wan a fine j.Uce. j I then toM them that they would be jiid 5 firedjllaraa month. They doird to bu given the uual advanco and a bok.' The tbirnt for literature aatounaeu dk ; mu Hwuwwr.vwuimj! to ut aid. informed me that b-wk was tlie ? tnnr term lor an lianas wriiien, itnu nja they wa...

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. — 1 October 1864

-J- J sSrn".rr V V 5 PCULISIllIl) WEKKI.V II V Mtw.MlV M. WIlir.NKV. HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OCTOHHR 1. 1SU-L f .MX l)OLUR PER IN.M'M, 4 ua i. i ft. WIIOL.ii: 3J I fTf ffG7 i H P i r : i i i i M Vfr 1 41 11 THE FACiriO Commercial Advertiser, IKor the P. C. AJrrrtlvr I M(bl IMclarr. TV bra day hath dr i'p:.l U-htixl th wearicj worM. Aat Url'lghl't arurs curtain hanf aruuod, All fnojra vtth dews tlt doth the busy night Wan wrb-tlrvaioa rounJ th IroJrill of my heart. AU qaiTrrinf with lave f.r nltfht, aixt moon An4 wu(n of Mrt era, with murtuurlr. sound, LaiIii on sumtflfr-otlJulKtit sS-rrs. rarl-jaJ Aod tar!lrfht-prtbll, till enlang Usl Uirw, A BiJ lbs aiJkn in-tti-a of my dr-am, I hoi I Uee fragmrpw captive. Now baluiy drirt, doting the drowy li.li cf linprrinic day, TliAl h. th waWul at the rfg of du: k. Imprint bright ur in air on hrr eyra, ?o h'iKling tbcm in ilctrp. Adn the cluthleil clolater of the Kaat, The un tf rnprn twlukkf ail.-ntly, Al CiTuugh the huihrd huura of treat...

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. — 1 October 1864

corr.TEixciAi.. SJTCRDjr, OCTOBER 1, 1S6J. W have had four arrivst from Han Francisco th? pas, week Ion j passage jrevailinir, as fs oraal at this seawa of tfceyar. Ttxe ship yi NirkaWin which touched on Sun day, sailed tb sane day for fhangha. The bark John tVtllt which arrived on Wednesday, baa beta purchased by Wilcox. Richards Co., and will be Ctud out a whaler. The Hamburg bark St. Thomas Pacltt passed tha port on Wednesday, tocsin; freight, bound for Hongkong. By the Onward, which arrived yesterday, a heavy cargo has coeae to band va!uJ at nearly 50,000 and f'J5,000 in gold. karu that the treuta ia San Fraoclsco had to decline freight offered, at the vessel was fulL It la seldom that our packet leave that end (4 the Hue full as dU the Onuwd a:tfaag?neU oar increasing traJe with California. Th Flag of Eept. 7, refers to her a:J other veeU io the following paragraph : Ttw Onicard for Iloooluia ha teen oMired to refuse much f rehrht that was offered. Her earo w valued at $50,113 ...

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. — 1 October 1864

PAOino Commercial Advertiser. FOREIGN MEWS. Th bwrk Onward arriieJ jesterJsy, fter a long p-wsaje of three week. baring left Hin Franolco on the 9th. The following is sumaiarj of her nei : FrM Grin. IIcADQCABTras Akmt or the Potomac, Sept. 4. The rebel picket refuse? to believe that Atlanta baa fallen. They hare La rerj friend'y Utelj. Thej hTe their pockets fil!ei with Jeff. DTt. proclama tion, offering protection an J safe conduct to deserters. They hope largely to reduce our ranks br tbis dodge. Tbej beg ill the eatables thej can get from our men. riven greenbacks ami tobacco in exchange. September th. Ltt night our batteries along the entire line opeued and saluted the enemy for an bour, in honor of the fill of Atiantn. New Yghk, Spt. 7. The Tribune special from Wilbur's HeaJqaarters on the r:b says, the Dutch Gp Canal is so far complete that its success is beyond question. Tbe river will be taught a new and better tthanneL Of bow much value as a military expedi ent tbe canal wi...

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. — 1 October 1864

PAcino Commercial Advertiser. f Barnuia ha not requested us to copy the fol lowing, scr has he wat us an adrertioeznent, that he iatendf to write fifty-two lectors on Humbugs, for tb N. V. Mercury ; bat for all that we copy hia first article, fur eTcral reasons ; anions theo, because if author ia the Prince of Humbug, and from the fact that some of the character referred to Warren, Genie, Goelin are no myth or bembugt, but were personally known to many of our readers: Ancient and .Uodem Humbugs or the World. T P. I- BAENITU. Difinition or the Wokd Humbug : Warres, or Luxdox Uenln, raz Hatter Gosling's BLACKING. When I come to sit down f-arae&tly to fu!ll icy engagement with tLe publisher of the Mer cury, t write for them a ueries of article upon the Humbugs of the World," I confess myself somewhat puzzled in regard to the true definition of that word. T be e-jre, U'ebster fays that humbeij, a a noun, is an ' imposition under fair pretense and a a verb, it is To deceive ; to impo...

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. — 8 October 1864

7T' Vr fCBL.isiiKr wKKKr-r nr HKXKV M. WHITNEY. $ HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 8, 1SG4. SIX DOI.LAUS I'F.ll AXNr.M. J VOL IX. X. 14. N.431. ' ' A-'i'h.:A. ' "' fSfe :' r- . -. , t; . i - !- I THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser. The Sm1! BMniig Crrai. A tr&relcr throagh a daily rjad Strewed acorn -mj (he lea, Aod one took root and uproutai up. Ami fttw Imta a tree ; Lore sought lu tbadea at evening time. . . . , . To breathe Ua irlir toys. And aga waa pleiil, ia beata oTdoou, To baik beneati !ta boaha ; The dormoaae loved its dangling twigs, ' Tba birls sweet aanste bore ; It stood a glory in its place, A Ueaslng eTCrmore. A little sprlog had lost It way Among tba grasa aod fern , A pa.aUig stranger scooped a well, Whera weary raeo might tarn, lie walled it In, and hang with care A hulls at Um brink - lie thought not of the deed he did, -' Bat Judged that ton might drink. II passed again and lo ! the well. By sttmsaers never dried, . Ilad cooled ten thousaad parching' tongu...

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. — 8 October 1864

coniixxsiioiixj- -rnarg g, 194. SATCltktxed the foCowtor price for Ts United Hwm n e .rr'. mm at this Dort 1 J u tx,ixUn i iBrtajt-.- rUoo. eta If i ii JM Cteil , 35 73 - Vi jl retj N. per pound re are s liuie lower Un those of last year. a M00 mm Ml been etaMaiiex at mm eonsoiaiA Uta reporting of ci-rjpoea, whichwl - .7aa. n UAmi iMvtlnn of IMT cent fur leakage and Xtin. Crnai the abova races, will be allowed aWjr, ia cues rlter the Mater abaa fii an affidavit ia wntlog. atating U. tbe feaaa of hU k-wSedff and bUef, that the ioU and bone, pea wMea tte enn's lays are to ba caienlated, are the toll ao4 taken danng their severauerms of service. LC. 8. ONMoiaia. Hondo, Oct. 1, loo. -ra-The ship X. . Tmiilor. briars aa San Francisco ad rices to th 15th alto. Tba aaarket for Island sugars wai firm, the com pacitino tetweee) tba riral refloerles creating a brisk demand far lower grade. There are now three refineries at work ia that el'f, which, aa the are very larce eataetaahmenta, 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. — 8 October 1864

Commercial Advertiser. ma r--riJ iitf" i,, .. .. n- ' ... ,wA -. v, --. The clipper ship E. II. Taylor, arrived on the 6th 19 days from So Francisco, having left that port on the 15th ultimo. By her we have papers to the date of her sViline. with Eastern war tWrma to the 10th. We select the following summary : Encouraging Letter from Gen. Grant. Washington, Sept. 8. -The following is an exact copy of a letter from Lieutenant-General Grant : II 11ADQC ARTER3, Cut Poist (Va.) E. D. Wash -burne Dear Bir : I state to all citizens who visit us that all we want now to insure the early restora tion of the Union is a determined sentiment of unity in the .North. The rebels have now in their ranka the Ixit man. Buys and old men are guarding pris oners and railroad bridges, and forming a good part of their garrisons and entrenched positions. Any man lost by them cannot be replaced. They have robbed the eradle and the grave equally to get their present force. Besides what they lose in frequent ...

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