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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 June 1857

MISCELLANEOUS, DOCTOR'S SHOP. IIP sens 1'owoii" er;rhnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate, Arsenic, st"nasiu3 beans, nux vomica, opium, 0xaliaC': j alcohol. Vc1 ul"eKtr'ct musk, cologne, lavender water, Sor, honey and other soaps. Mlolu"rky, oat meal, gum shellac O" Easily found when wanted. StIIOOl, BOOKS!! VST UKCBIVKD PER "MESSENGER BIRD" from Boston. ,rw n.i.0r'5 Primers, J 500 do. Word Builders, 100 do. First Ruier, 1 nn Price'- Spelling Book, Ji V i..lrker's Juvenile Philosophy, .o ' do. First Lessons in Philosophy, nark 'a Elements of Drawing. L;u Jner's Steam Engine, yulton & Eastman's Book Keeping, juvenile Choir by Bradbury, Lectures on Arts and Sciences, Masonic Chart, Plymouth Co'.'. Hymns and Tunes, islliman's Travels in Europe. 2 vols. 24-30 II. M. WHITNEY. F 01? siT.F. it v 'r 1 1 v. iTvnwRsifivpri "4 Potf-nn iluck Kos. 1 tr 10; Ji.nclifiri anil rhaitis. Russia and Manila cordage, 1 to 7 inch; Beef and pork ; medium bread; butter in kegs; Towlioes; bbls salted ton...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 25 June 1857

If-: , 4 t i - ' I i I. t 'I X- I t If- r.i H . if ' '- IT .7, - IT 3. - i T t ' v ii I : 0 -v i t i m it I ri V; 1 M 1 k The Crystal Wall. A STORY THE SCHOOLMASTER TOLD TO HIS BOYS. There xraa once a prince who owned a very beauti ful estate. A grand palace with columns and domes of white marble stood in the center. Fine large trees waved their happy boughs all about it. Glancing fountains sprung up in the gardens as if they loved the sky. Smiling little streams wandered among rare and fragrant flowers, and it was hard to tell which sung the sweetest, they or the gay birds whose music was not still all the day long. Cut the most beauti ful thing of all was a wall of pure crystal, without a flaw or a stain, that stood around the whole. Just beyond these palace grounds were barren mountains, and the prince could hear sometimes the howling of wild beasts among the rocks, which prowl ing at nightfall, would come and gnash and scratch and beat against the crystal wall, Hut they never co...

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. — 2 July 1857

: ; OMMI'IU 1AI. A!V F.UT.ISF.H, la PsIUIm Krrr TbarMUr Mrl, mt Sim. .Hare per A-awaa. Pay Able la Advaaee. hlP to California, im1 the Vuited States, will be $7 M per annum. AU audi papers will have Am lean postage vt.-oops on ifxtn, which will prevent any American postage being ' e !''' l,,",r oVU wry. Pulnvritirr in Tahiti, the Colonic, China, and other part sf the 1 'aLie, will rrcen the paper fir $6 00 per annum. Ralra At wmra Adtertmkmut wti.l nuiini. TO ADVERTISERS AND 8ITB8CI i OMtaartea. rwoml InTttaMona ami Motion or Intended o!jr to benefit an ludividaal'a liuair.aaa, wi a advertiarSBcnta. A d r rrUsrmr at dlsftajred in larger tfpm thaa wa Til, are sub leet to heavier ctarara. ' . IPaoaeripuoa to las waiiai mat Aareruaer ijmom n . TlalJKl.T la aDTASCB. v . U fto tranaieot adeitiiuenU via be Inaertrd, cklkss ran. r ' . .n il. Bum. win .1 - f g jm 1 1 iwju UVU , . m mm . m k w u " - be verj acceptable. COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FASCT 3 BOOK AXD JOB PRINTING All t...

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 1857

o o -r Si - - :V X t i l i i! I: t i I ' i i l i 5 t r: i; i I! b - - ' T. '.- 1 j. i sX l"f0 0 M - oocxcazsnczikz.. "DJTSDJr EVE'G, JULY 1, 1857. Toakliai been no Improvement whatrrer in trade the put week a m porters, jobbers and retailers are ail u laying on their oar. Vealeri evince no desire to make additions to their stocks at present. f ' The Fanny Major sailed for San Francisco on Saturday with - fJhfcpd rateable cargo of sugar, hides, molasses, fungus, pulu 4c. The sLtprnent of sugar nearly reached 100,000 lbs. The ttginero. for the same pott, took on freight a large quantity of hiSS-ia?:; jP. Foster discharged her cargo of lumber with herlusJU ppic!tt and sailed on Tuesday for another sgv. !-jala, we hnrr the sch. Alexander, from Fanning' jrilfc a cargo of cocoanut oil, which met ready sale. The c h.ooerWf : 3k s Fringit, from California, with salt, came in on SuniSrT.. The brig f;cc arrived fi-om Columbia Rlrer on Wednesday, Jjh a full cargo of Oregon produce, consisting ...

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 1857

G ' 5 v A. I;. the him " 1, 3fl1 tbe 1 re tbeJ belbm eKrtn knew nothing nf tha afi ::,.. I ?tion, Thdei. woman's plv in the programme '. -rf Waaeed.lj filled by another, and the ojwr elicited, - 19 unusual applause that evening. A Phil- -:i adelphsa newspaper .. says : "The incident did not ---,-Jnterropt the p5vess of the opera; very few, even' apon the eage, being aware of it until ibe close of yieact.when the pmtter became known through the u- iboiei . The comedy went on upon the stage, while ! i Pe - :pc r.lte8 of mortality were transacted behind the pictured canvas; ; - " THK iCPMMB COITJT'S DECISION BEFORE THR ' Legislator or N-w- York. It is not alone in ser mons and newspapers that the Dred Scott decision is . 2. denoiinced. The State Legislatures also are taking an active share in the same kind of agiUtioa. Closely following the examole set in Ohio. & s f of the lie w York Legislature has reported resolutions h that SUvery will not be tolerated in this State, under - : ...

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 1857

0 0 It ! i - i Pi- i THE PACIFIC Conpercinl Advertiser. PackiihPohjc akd Bi-ct. In an old agricultural paper, we id the fullering hints on the best mode of packing pork and beef. . The business of curing beef is on the increase in oar kingdom, and the sug gestions contained may be of benefit, even to those who have had some experience in it. Iobk. No. 1 should contain thirty-eight pieces prime, iz : loins, belly pieces, breasts, cushion of leg free from bode and chines; the rest to be neck and poll pieces, fore and hind legs not to exceed six. quality to be fat. ' No. 2 should contain fortyeight pieces prime quality not sfc fat as India. No. 3 should contain thirty-two pieces prime quality same as last. No. 4 should contain fifty pieces, four pounds ech, and to be made of corn fatted hogs, of light weight, Bay from on a hundred and thirty to on e hundred and fifty pounds! neither heads or legs admitted; if hams are left ouitgide pieces to be substituted. Two ounces ealt Tire to each...

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 1857

AX THE PAriFir 25 COMHERCIAL ADVERTISER, "" r A". Payaale la A4r..e. Paper sent to OsiaTcmla, and the United State., will be $7 60 per annum. AU such paper. wiU hare American portage Manna on IW .n 1""IS 3. TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Obituaries, funeral Inrttatsmrt and nodcea or nnmrnnnirattnris Intended only to benefit aa todividual's boaineafSrUl be charged ae advertisements. - ' - Advcrtisemepu displayea iniana tjs th isil.areaib Ject ts heavier charges. ' T grSuiacription to the Commercial Advertiser M payable u TaaiaaLT tx advakcb. " " gj-No transient adrertismenU wUl be intmd, rnM hi ram. . -j - , - . - . 07 Correspondence from ad part of the Pacific vrffl always , be very acceptable. - ) ' - COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB PRINTING BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCHANGf, 7. CATAI)OrES. BILLS OF LADING, BILLHEADS, CONSULAR BLANKS CIRCULARS, BLANK DEEDS AUCTION BILLS, HANDBILLS. PAMPHLETS, SHOP BILLS XT VISITING, BUSINESS, AND ADDRESS CARDS printed on a "Yankee ...

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 1857

0 0 1 1 t - ii i IS n ; is i i i 1 I i - i ; ( s t 1 ) ; - I i v i !! d COXtfXZVEERCXAX.. JTEDSESDAY EFETG, JULYJ, 1857. Tbb arriviajlcce car last hare 'been the bark Yankee, from San Francisco wan' perhaps the largest and moet varied assort ment of merchandise on freight ercr imported from that city in one TesscLOn the sanw day arrived the brig Here, from Syd ney and Tahiti, with a caryj of assorted merchandise. The Yankee brings a large quantity of rice, flour, and some other articles to an over-applied market ; this fact, added to the extremely dull state of trade at present, has a dej.rvsing influ ence on the market. YTa can fcive but few quotations this week as we hare heard of no transactions other than those of a trifling nature. There seems to be no disposition on the part of dealers to enlarge their stocks. The retail trade has shown a slight 1m proTement during the past week. Advices by the Yankee show a considerable decline in coffee. SIj9 of Sandwich Islands having 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. — 9 July 1857

. - w Ct3 that for Citr j-WV Day 3 rer. nent enl am. 1 the rres- ictei it he .inoi osed itare ! JLU- ng & t or new been , and large sons t the cd at ibout rts r.f rator. ost to leuce uined : suc imber : thus U not The en to i. the ing cf nntfl- any Chins iTa on upon romnn i naif street ij 16, Vock 1 hour, ugnsta en dis ;el was ,000. t post er ani l n.lit inqnest ng Cor r con in ve- nine to ave yoa ami di tbe act lsoirir-B nil her ary. riaoner; nghaai. r I GlILTT. re there ; prompt iate ex rely nn ,roke the iair in . Clinton At it wa es she ed when with her ne Court itions of she aai rer, were 3J Bond , . irecogni- emain4 letters of t Harrey nte'te e dhoold j, and t roaJ sessico , and th dy adop . manfl?' pe of ?lf This eelec e to Se - , Interior, is subject Krti -t an er'J ecessit f sits- anchor which p rd the up, D' 1 ell te strait W whick Walker and his men were reduced addrvi a letter to Walker on the 30th of April, UntS he wm aware of his desperate and forlorn position. - --...

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 1857

THE PACIFIC ,' ' VUllliJill IrlUl X1UV 11 llOVl Spfut Rappincs. An editor "out West" has be come infatuated by sphitual manifestations. He at tends a circle, and thus describes the phenomenon. The members of the company are seated around a table, awaiting the raps. A medium commences a acc sawing motion, and sings in a kind of Indian chant, after the style of " Hiawatha:" . 44 Shook yon fuller me and ax ma Where I heard the sperrit-rapplna; Rappins made br raa) spnrrita. All arrant the town of Hebron, Made within the tokses houses, la the house where they slumber; On the cellar ways and stairway s, On the table-legs and stand-legs. On the chist and on the chair-leg, a the table-leaves and chair backs, In She cupboard, down the cellar, In the kitchen and the chamber. t In the bed-room and the closet. On the shingies and the clapboards,1 petting up a plug-muss generally among things, and raising particular pur gatory all round the bouse; Should you folier me and ax me Where I heard th...

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 1857

" THE iMww? H5S5! THE I r iiv COMMERCIAL ADVERTISPR per annum. All ,ZL 8tat "01 be $7 50 An tranitenSSW. . charged. B . - (Each .Tbuen? dT10 r l0rt- BaM 8 1 annum S (Each additional line) 0. " one-half of coluC per -fWOO Commcixiafdvertiser. NOTICE . TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Obituaries, funeral invitations and notice or communication intended only to benefit an individual's business, will be charged aa advert isetnents. - Advertisements displayed In larger type than usual, are sub Ject to heavier charges. J3-Subscription to the Coaunercicl Advertiser is tpayable 1 Tajuablt is advance. X7Ko tnuisient adverUnmenU will be inserted, cautsa nt r aid. ' - tor Cotrespondeiace from all parts of the Paofic will always be very acceptable. rr V COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. rfA PLAIN AND FAXCY ROOK AND JOB PRINTING .. . SIXB 4 Ay yw e4 lottk LATELTj ; without w. waUeta of iS i t al varieties, ink, i recipt boea, tea, coke, iriety. iriety. i many kinA led, i hes, I ' I Tarioos P As for ttl...

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 1857

c o xrcxvxsn ci al . W EDffESDJ T EVETG, JULY IS, 1W7. We bare nothing cf importance to chronicle this week in commercial matter. Our usual July stagnation reigns orer every trance ef business. At auctions, goods hare been sold at ruinously low prices, even the most desirable goods hardly lading purchasers at 60 to 75c on the dollar on cost an harees. This result might hare been anticipated, howerer. Rt&Uen hare bought heavily of merchandise " to arrive" per ships Harriet and Jessie and Kamekameha IV., profcaMjr to the extent of $60,000 or $70,000 in the aggregate. The importations in August and September will be unusually heavy, Judging from ths amount of merchandise now known to be on the way. We learn that the ship Harriet and Jessit, shortly expected to arrire frcm Boston, has been chartered by the American Guano Company, to load guano at the Islands explored by Ca.pt. Paty, In the Liholiho. The Kamoi brought a quantity of wheat, of the new crop, from Kahului, on Saturday, 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 1857

1 'lDt the AanduTiTTZZT Bfto gtoitrtisrmtnts. bhrtisfmcnls." gibcrtisfiutnts. gtortions. .JLttttions. c uu not mean to hut ,. 4i " "uum plan. Morse's recordic teHrt-fS. e valuable JSfSSSJ invention, is to be useL many recent - 0 From the London Times, April 10 The Gleat Ru-tee .Whoever wants to feed hia natural passion for size in the primitive way, and to ace atrue gunt iU own line, must viait the bank of the Thames at Mil walL But before he goes we recom mend him, unless he is very well versed in the Book f Genesis, to turn to the 6th chapter, and refresh h.s memory as to the demensions cf Noah's Ark and the " fashions" of its making. "The lennh of the Ark shall be S00 cubits, the breadth of it 60 cubits and the height of it SO cubits." So, reckoning the " " 4U,J4- nan, we nave a ship 400 feet long, 75 feet broal, and 45 feet high. While the visitor is collecting data as to ships, sacred and pro fane, hp may turn out Marlborough" in the Navy Lbt, and there he will see that tne lar...

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 1857

0 0 1 t - ! -I - f ; i i. ;:!, : 1 THE PAOiriO Commercial Advertiser. Mas. Cunningham. It ia carious to see how the New York citj papers have altered tbeir tone since the acquittal of Mrs. Cunningham. They were un commonly savage against her during the progress of the coroner's investigation and barked at her in full chorus. She was one of the very worst of women capable of any wickedness. The mode of her first husband's death was rigidly investigated. All kinds of suspicions and surmises were heaped up as proofs against her. Now, she is an innocent, injured wo man. The tide of popular opinion is in her favor, and all the papers vie with each other in their lauda tions of her unspotted character. Is there any fear that she may turn upon them and sue them for libel? Under the New Ycrk law, they have laid themselves open to heavy penalties. Mrs. Cunning ham, if she pleased, could gather coppers enough from a scries of libel suits, to Iat her lite time. The whole affair of the murder o...

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 1857

0 L THE PACIFIC TIERf lAL ADVERTISER, M Erri y Tassel,, M.r.ls, t Six I rr Annum Parable in Adra.ee. to California, and the United States, will be $7 60 i All such paper, l,aTe American postage Nem, which win prevent any American 1-oaUge being atr delivery. in Tahiti, the Colonies, China, and other parti of a receive the paper for $ 00 per annum. Ram men ADTXKTiraiKxrs will bi charged. l,"ri"utnts ertiou) per line 10 cts. (ricn aubiequ-nl do.; mm cts X( Hne) per annum fa oo! (b-ich additional line) SOcts X1 Payable always in ail ranee, jttj .aot exceeding 10 lines space) first insertion II 00. . rMh subsequent inaction - - 50 ct Jtectuek wiU be charged at the following rates payable at the end of each quarter : J (or one tenth of a column,) per quarter $5 00 A of a column per quarter $ 10 00 of a column per quarter $1300 J column per quarter - ,r4 qq .0 adrertiaemsnt will "be Inserted for Was than 60 cu. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Obituaries funeral invilaNins and doUccs...

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 1857

u u : i ; .1 1 ' f! '"ii COMMERCIAL. W EDS ESI) A T EVETG, JULY 22, 1S57. The past week bar. been the dullest we have had for year. This is mostly owing to the u inhoenza," which has prostrated three fuarths of the eummanitT. Some stores have been dosed j Ijt several days, all hands having succumbed. There has been a hurrying to and fro of doctors, and senna and salt have been in great demand. The bark Metropolis arrived on the 17th Inst, 11 days from the Columbia River, with a cargo of lumber, flour and grain. LUMBER. There have been sales of assorted rough lumber, from the wharf, at f35 V 31. FLOCK. The flour market has been in a very unsettled state. This is owing to the recent excessive importations and the low rates ruling in California, in view of the near approach of harvest. It wouIJ be well to bear in mind that the monthly consumption, now that there is no man of war here, is only 200 barrels. The bakers have a good supply on hand. We note a rale of 50 bbls of "Oregon," at ...

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 1857

1 A rvs ll ct id 15 I re is n as at is. r, a in i, ii ii lis t T- a i.e he he be th i rx- re st, n te. er. ms er- ses for ick hit itr ra hi to of his tb. hat jfs. ipt. LUl- tof b ft the als, ,03 dy wa was otue i br and Aea rta the igM ier IS d ' ched tb ceJ and re eke! re leT' jfcUlJ aUei ate f last1 teO- .t0W.yd "ca, and her satisfaction in oMrrcd an lmpreseion m the United States that th development of this country is regarded with jw by Lnghitd. Gentlemen, this is an erroneo.Voj.irJ SKt lMt TeStige3 0f former Prices found evl M the animoHitwHi rr ,.i. . . -j, . . -"v uuuiipuy wars are winz A ery rapidly exungnished. The eful and legUU n inate expansion of the United States Jo. ms a matter II I satwfaoHvn and pride to every reasonable Enelish 11 iuan. lh:rt expansion forms the best resort and relief U tor oar super-abundant population ; it form the best market for our increasing industry ; u is the triumph m r our labor and our arts, our language, our religion, I a.nd,.our LlooJ- ...

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 1857

ducteJ by Chinese, comprise the present entire sugar interests of the islands. Within the period above referred to, some eight or ten small estates have been commenced an i prosecuted for a few years by men without much capital, all of whom, for want of raeaDS, liave been obliged to suspend their operations. A large majority of the foreigners upon the islands have sought a residence here to engage in trade, and for years past all other interests seem to have been merged in the spirit of traffic; and the present high rate of interest, and a general indisposition to divert a floating capital from its accustomed and hitherto profitable channels of trade, will, for years to come, be unfavorable to any rapid development of the agri cultural resources of the country. The sugar cane grows naturally throughout the jrroup at varioiw elevations, from the ltvel of the sea t) an altitude of -1 ,000 feet. Below the elevation of 1 ,700 feet the caue is eight to seventeen months, ac cording to 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. — 30 July 1857

THE PACIFIC! COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. I. P.Mie Errrr Thar!.- M.r-i.B, Sl D.U.r. perAam, Payable I. AT..ce. Paper, lent to California, ud the United State, will be $7 50 rr "nara: AU ,Q, h 1P have American ejected on tbetrdelivrry. 8 SecnTxr. ia Tahiti, the Colon W, China, and other part, or thPaofic, win recei-e the paper for $9 00 per annua. . Rntc- in . T"" AlTTK"a WILL BR CHARGED. AH transient -dyertisment- (tin insertion) jx-r line JO ct (Each subsequent do.; 5 r.; Business cards, (no exceeding 8 lines) per an.nun $5 (F-ich additional line) sort." . IV PyMeal.vay. la advance. .Q ",ip t 7Umt 10 lines space) first Insertion $1 00. Each sul-sequent Insertion - . fjj rt QcAcraaT Adtertoem will be charged at the following rate." payable at the end of each quarter t I or on- square (. oue tenth of a column, per u carter 5 00 one-tmrth of a column per quarter $ 10 00 one-half of a cchuun per quarter 00 whole column per quarter - f 34 on, XT No advertisement will be inserted for tea than ...

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 1857

I 1 4. ft. -.1 coavtiyieiiciai.. rrxj.TzsDr evetg, jvly 20, is57. Ws have bat little of interest to chronicle this week foe com meretal sJtur. On account of the continuance of the general InJizpositioa btuinesa is nrar!y at a stand still. The Tanlrt, to Mil cm Saturday, will take orer a ery small freight, consisting mostly of nralass and polo. The J ohm Dnnttp from Christmas Inland arrired on Sun day last with about 10 M tm lamh-T fmro the wreck of the bark J. C. Fremont. She will probably return shortly for another cargo, as we ieara that nenry all the VrtmonVt cargo can be tI in tolerahfe condition 5 from the wreck ilaelf, however, tilth or nothing has h-rn rmlizrd. By our tate etchsnirrs we see that the custom of allowing days t pace" on bills of exchange, drafts and notes, is to" be abolished in York, a bin to that effect, baring- passed the New York Legislature, and become a law. If this desirable change is effected in the business of New York city and State, it wDI extend itse...

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