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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 July 1857

o 0 1 m T m - n in X .I " . . struck witii th vizor nT!ffUt.hM.been Practically comprehending aH tl , teUect tatesmuip, ind thorough I UUs f EnSlisl political historV o 'ESn LT' th prompt and readj t lf defencTil of i" eVer and abonndlnK in sarcasm, he iT. 2 T?f' - e m -jwiiTinmorcr sustaining that imlio 7.- .iT rVrt of which an anneal U J .f WtlxiTJ f Strychnine in the marmfac t 0 rT U henoeSfh to Punched as a ?e M!,TW,Zharp lwtil!e were making fire JtJ oUaineJ by the old process was but half so swallowed all they could get of it and smack Jlipa (for more; but the Hogs, not being so Wened, could not stand it and did off by hun J what was called "Hog Cholera." The fish, too, Is I?Te" ato wn,ca the refuse of the distilleries iminea, b-zn to die off in . . i ! that a barrel of this Strychnine Whisky con poison enough to HI! s Nectrautt or the Isthmus or Paxama. projxt has n submitted to the Legislature "''"""t fy rnor Arosamena, for securing tolityof the Isthmus of Panama, lw thrums i...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 30 July 1857

i ! i ; i V t Hi 1 THE PACIPZC Conuncrcfal Advertiser. I From the Vineyard Gasette.) The AVtrnle. 1'he Wh!e, is the general name of an order of animals inhabiting the ocean, arranged in zoology un-ler the name of CtU or Cetacte, and belonging to the class .Mammalia in the Linuaean system. This animal is named whale from roundness or from rolling. While living in part or wholl in the ocean, it differs in many important respects from the fish tribes, and it is these peculiarities which render it a link between the creature of the land and of the eea. While it has the power of locomotion in the water like other fishes, yet in other particulars, it has no affinity with them; it is as much a mammal as the ox, or the elephant, or the hore; having warm blood, breathing air, bringing forth tiring young, and suckling them with true milk. The whale is the larsrst of all known animals. Some remarks upon the whale and its varieties will form the subject of the present chapter : The Sper Whale. ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 August 1857

. AVAI' JIJ eoCeeteJ on their delivery. any American postage betas; K Fa-flc. wuj receive tfcc paper for $9 00 per annam. 1YOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Obituaries, funeral Invitations and notices or oommumcttlocv intended only to benefit aa Individual's business, will be charged SJ advertisements. Advertisement displayed tn larger type than ainsl, an sat Ject to heavier charges. XT Subscription to the Con mere 11 Advertiser U payabls pv - VAS4AB) V IS ADVAXCE. X7 No transient adverusmenu will be Inserted. CLIM r rain. XT Correspondence from all parts of the Pacific m always) be very acceptable. J H iv v Ay AyA COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. WW PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB PRINTING SUCH AS " 'sans ir - BOOKS, CATALOGUES, BILLHEADS, CIRCULARS. AUCTION BILLS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE. BILLS OF LADING, CONSULAR BLANK BLANK DEEDS, -HAND BILLS. PAMPHLETS, SHOP BILIJi Xr VISITING, BUSINESS, AND ADDRESS CARDS printed on a "Yankee Card Press," in the highest style tt the Commercial Advertise...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 August 1857

COXXIKERCIAZi. WEDHESDA T XVITQ, AUG. 6, 1857. Tbzxs bu beea a slight improvement in the retail and Jobbing trade .hia week ; while in a wholesale way scarcely a noteworthy ale has been reported. Some heavy arriTaU of merchandise may be expected at the rtose of this month, when trade will on d johtedSy Improve, and dealers commence to lay in their sup plies for the fall trade. W ? hare been an unusual length of time without aa arriral from gan Francisco, and this bet has contributed to the stagnation in trade during the month of July. We learn that the brie; Hrro has been chartered in place of the John Itunlap to proceed to Christmas Island for the re maining lumber saved from the wreck of the J. C. Fretmont. The John Duniap is undergoing extensive repairs. An auction sale of sundries this (Wednesday) morning was wen attended, and prices ruled a little higher than at previous sales during the past two months. OIL Sole of casks kakui at SOc ; cocoanut oil at 60c per gaBoa- SCOA& ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 August 1857

CLfL J, - . I II El 4 Lieuc .M4U7. in an article communicated to Miural. Ma 1 TnamUins that the erowine of ranfio-- anmn l a dwelling located near a fever nd a.gaeregi .n.i.eatrat.icathe miasma in whica that disease npnatra; and seems to sopport the theorr by snctal exrenmenu He says that an acre of anflowe-. will absorb, during their growth, many thousand g-tllous of water more than supplied by the rains. : . A Yty1'?.'0 Phtsiciass. Dr. Locock, the wueen s-juj uaa oeen peremptorily dismissed r from tunher attendance on the royal family, where he has hitherto been admitted on terms of familiar mteivourse. Ilia salary, X5.000 per annum, a rcval breseat on each safe delivery of the Queen, and a ..large practice, is no small loss. The Doctor has s tnade every effort towards reconciliation, but the Queen remains inexorable. It seems that it came to the , Queen's ear tuat Dr. Locock was given too much ; talking, and that though she told Prince Albert that lis habit of sleeping between th...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 6 August 1857

r i THEPAOiriO Commercial Advertiser. from the Knickerbocker Magazine.! JOUX FHCENIX'S JOURNEY IRO B0STQ5 TO SIT ORLEANS. On the 5th of January, at 8 A. M., I left the Tremont House in a hackney carriage, the wheels whereof had turned into runners. This method of progression, rendered neces sary by the deep snows, is considered a great amusement in the North. IJeing particularly dangerous to life and limb, and usually 'ter minating in pulmonary consumption, the pastime is very proDerlv called sleighing. With a through-ticket for the great city of Jam in my pocket, 1 took a seat in the cars at the Worcester Hailroad depot. After wait ing half an hour, during which time my sym pathies were deeply interested by the perform ances of an unhappy young couple, one of whom was going somewhere and the other wasn't, and vho in consequence were slob bering over each other to a terrible extent, a sudden harsh bark was heard from the engine, a grating jar, which acted on my teeth like lemon-juic...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 August 1857

fwrrrz PACIFIC .ClAL ADVERTISE n. -w TtaMiy Mratssa at Six ParaM tm As1tsc. ..and the United States, win be $7 hO papers will have American postage ,,M prevent any American postag bring -y- "4, the CcJrsries, Chin, and other parta of paper for $4 00 per annum. -last wnj. cuitn, (first insertion) per Em 10 eta. o.) ft eta. wlBf Hon) pr annom $ 00. 4Jtioad line) 44 Met, i always in ad vane. T M tinea space) ant insertion $1 CO. entinoHtiuu . . M eta. Jk be charged at the following rates -3m end of each quarter x Haea) per quarter . i 00 perqus-ter - . - $U0O per quarter - $20 00 TO ADVERTISERS AND fcUBSCRIBERft. ObiUwrins, funeral invitations sod notices or eomrnunieatiOBS intended only to benefit an Mividual's business, will be charged as advertisements. Advertisements diHplayed in larger type than asual, arc safe Ject to heavier charges. ' ICrSubBflriptiori to the Commercial Advertiser is payaM is TSSJASLT M AOVABCS. ; . - . jjjio transient atlvertiwents will be inserted, rxisss rss...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 August 1857

COZZZSSB.CXA.X.. . . rrxDXESDjr rrrc, juo. 12, is. Tb Orrtnn of the bark Mttrufolim mad briga' Heru and Morning Star, since our but, bu kit our harbor nearly bare of ' shipping agaia ; Um only fcreiga veaseia in port taring tbe ships r ye Martkall and Harriet and Jttrir. Tbe tatter ship arrived Grata Boston on Stiadav, with a large aaaorted cargo, a caaatdesabia porttoa of which ia a freight. Maoj of the to voices per this Teasel hare been sold to arrive. W bav heard of a, (ear vboiesale temnsaeUons, bat, as a general thing, trade has faDea eff since onr bat review. The importaUoos this Fall vol andoubdly be very heavy. E'(ht veaaefe are kaown to be on tbe way from porta in Europe and lha Catted Btalea, aa of which are doe within a coapte of iwooths, and via bring full and valuable cargoes of general wrrhandbe. This does not include tha California, Oregon and Pa? Soond packets, which arm bring tbe asoal assortment of rmA prrhacta, kc. TTjs articie af ship's bread which has hitherto ...

Publication Title: Pacific Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pacific commercial advertiser. — 13 August 1857

nrircT If abo Beech cm. On Sunday roorn- Kv. 1 . w . .1-1 .1 i m n it "t JJ? Richer, ia Brooklyn ; and without any diet. rt to M'im Heron, I tuimk that the preacher ia jIedly greater attraction than the actress. Jvrtsinly, Mr- Beeeher lias a reward for all the oblo-aywi'-h which indivvluaLi and classses seek to aeso Ste his Dme m thc attentive &nd sympeJtetic faces of such row u no oter preacher in America has the p"TiIeS of aJJressing. Slips, aisles, even the jjwstaire, were fall, and right worthy were the Jjburses with which he rewarded the attentive ears frfhia great congregation- If there are greater preach ers than he in America, I hate never heard them fija speech is in the demonstration of power. It is wonderful. Such utter felicity of illustration, I have never heard ; and Via parkhoncrs tell me that his illustrations are always fresh, and never repeated. It would seems that he sees nothing and reads of nothing which he does not appropriate. His pray ers are, if anything...

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. — 13 August 1857

.r I t ' 5 t it i i: r - t t i i ji i i ! J. i IN 1' -4 if i t I M v. ; V. THE PACIFIC Commercial Advertiser, THE MISER'S DSATU-BED T AST CKUI riTOTil. ' The physician sees many strange death-bed scenes, which render him, to a certain ex tent, callous to those sights which would ap pal the stoutest heart, but still, m the course of a long practice, even he must encounter some death-bed scenes, the recollections of - which will cling to him and which he may be years in shaking from his imagination. Such was that which I am about to describe. For ten or twelve years, a bent and misera blc old man had been in the habit of clinging each morning to my area rails, to beg of my servants broken victuals. His appearance was so haggard, and his tone and manner be spoke such a depth of misery, that I gave or ders never to refuse him anything that had come from the table; to that, at last, he grew into a regular pensioner upon us, and we used to expect him as regularly every morning as our brea...

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. — 20 August 1857

TnE PACIFIC l O3iS !lCUL ADTERTISER, M)afcMl Brmrr Tsi-iJ.y Marla, at Six ,mnmtlmw 9w Aaaana. Payable I Arfwaaee, ,ent to California, and Uje United States, win be $7 SO nmr- AB fatten wffl h' American postage jonf on uVs. "h TH prevent any American postage being jjrtJted en deMeety. " la TahHI, tb Coloofem, CbJna, and other parti of J p-"tn receive paper fcr $8 00 per At ww AoTsa-ruEaaxTS n.i cuhid. atransfco arivertisinent (fir Insertion) per line 10 et. i (Each subsequent do.) . 5 jarfneM cards, (no exceeding g Hues) per annum $5 00. (Each additional Bne) - 60 eta. XT Payable always la advance. Ship adrts (not exceeding 10 Hnea paw) first insertion SI 90 Rich subsequent insertion . . 60 eta qcxktmmlt liTUTPm will be charged at Um sbDowinr rates payable at the end of each quarter : or one rnxare (or twenty lines) per quarter . $5 00 one-Mirth of a cotomn per quarter - - $1200 a one-haJf of a column per quarter ... ajn qq a whole cohimn per quarter - . 15 00 XT No advertisement win...

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. — 20 August 1857

C0ME1EHCIAL. WEDNESDAY EVE"Q, AUG. 19, 1867. In arriTml of the ship Kamekamfha IV-, from Lirerpool, ad lbs bark Fanng Major, from San Francisco, since oar but report, bar excited quite a Kir m oar buiiixn community. The former vessel bria a. Urge sod rrrj ralaabis cargo, i4 , assorted mcrrhanri iw, a portion of which had been sold, fc arrive, The Major haa a small freight of sundries and a lew parawgrr. Som heavy sales ha e been made of merchandise, ex Harriet r Jessie, and Jremeaameaa principally in the dry goods and clothing fine, but in a retail way there is nothing whatever doing. Moat j is anoaaallT scarce for the season of the year, and dealers are stimulated to lay in heary stocks of goods, far beyond present wants, and fully np to the prospective require ments of trade, by the inducement of long credit. The anfertn U system of Ions and indiscriminate credit seems to be gain ing ground in Honolulu. This is the last place where such a system should prevail to any extent. The r...

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. — 20 August 1857

. r o i i i . m-alf- Or inrwwiuur ououajs ukk, nowlin" has exported an outbreak, and rtp"- traded the irara wita n force, to rat d0. pjn to understand that the national rLrr would be seized upon by the belliger- ' to make demonstration 01 some sort or e nd fjeely communicated his susptiona the e1! P of the week German others. As bis force, however, was Oazh to control the rioters he felt under iKheneioa for the result, and took his mea- i nip any row in the bud, at onoe. N. Y. fftSS. Eartpcaa. Vsglast. Parliament had commenced its ses sion nd active debates had taken place in regard Ontral American India and China matters. . r t i i , Votao ol fpecuw inverw-i iiaa tranBpirecu " jds U. States Fbigati . Niagara. The U. tteUs steam frigate Niagara having completed atierauons, ieis rurunnoaia on oaturaay lorning, the JOth, ana arrived in the Mersey on e following Monday afternoon. She came to chorage m the vicinity of Messrs. Xewall's la, and would forthwith commence receiving telegraph...

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. — 20 August 1857

THE PAOZriO Commercial Advertiser. NOTHING TO WEAR, ax kpuods or cm ure. eHoppiso. Sliaa Flora M'Flimsey, of Madison Square, lima d three aroarmto jouraeya to Paris, And her Cither assarts m, each tim she waa there, That she and her friend, Mrs. Hams, Hoi the Iadj whose name is so famous in history. Bat plain Mrs. IL, without romance or mystery,) Spent six consecatire weeks without stopping, la one continuous roand of shopping; Shopping alone and shopping together, At all hoars of the day, and in all sorts of weather; For all manner of things that a woman can pat On tf." crown of her head or the sole of her foot. Or wrap, roand her shoulders, or fit roand her waist, Or tht e&n be sewed on, or pinned on, or laced. Or tied on with a string, or stitched on with a bow. In front or behind, above or below : For bonnets, mantillas, cape, collars and shawls; TVceees for breakfast, and dinners, and balls, ressi to sit in, and stand in, and walk in; Tmr to dance in, and flirt in, and talk...

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. — 27 August 1857

aJ iHijisjr.iF r-.,w f r THE PACIFIC . coHBEBCIAL ADVERTISER, . Pmhi'- ETer' Tkraar Marnln, mt Six Dmlian rr Ammb. Payable ia A4iacc. r pjper. sent Caltfornia, and U United State, will be $7 SO All Sl&t'h iarl will K&Tfl Amtrimi Twists tr. NOTICE' TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Obituaries, funeral invitations and notices or communications intended only to benetit an Individual's business, will be charged as advertisement. - .... - , - Advertisanenta displayed in larger type than asual, ate ub Ject to heavier chargt-. . fjr Subscription to the Commcrciu Advertiser Is nayablo. m VARIABLY TS ADVAXCK. - ' . jJ-?o transient adver&uoenU will be inseru-d, c-alxss raa ralD. - -. . ' . (Or Correspondence from all parts of the Pacifie will '.) be very acceptable. " " COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE ' " PLAIN AND FANCY A BOOK AND JOB PRINTING ... -6CCM AS ..... BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, . CATALOGUES, BILLS OF LADING,- BILLHEADS. - - CONSULAR BLANK CIRCULARS. BLANK DEEDS, -t AUCTION BIL...

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. — 27 August 1857

corxrzzmoiAi.. WEDNESDAY EVmTQ, AUG. 19, 1867. , Ws fears bo arrrcals Is chronicle except that of the . i. Faster. llifM.fa a reuaaad Jobbing way, euntiuawiaiber waff, though mm few wholesale transaction have occurred. Tawr mill to be bat Utte disposition among dalera to bey to er extent; taw cargoes intended tor this fall Irade have arrived swmsr carry, ana Wis met ass exerted ao anravoraoie uunn the market. Retailers are in receipt of targe parcels of goods to antre and otherwise, which most be paid far i aar neat bene&t can acense to the Dorchasers from the faB trade. A cooatderaJMt aoctioa sale washeMonlneaday but very Bute spirit wan ssanifcstcd and prices rated n usually low. The market wfll be rrry liberally supplied with provisions thnrnufi tttc " si mi. as tt qiisiitiihe are known to bei aha way i perhaps a heavier stock thaa has awnmnlatert here (or yean before. The Fannw Major tor Baa Francisco will take ever about 75 100 tons of assorted freight, consisting mostly of...

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. — 27 August 1857

JUL- T Twnto Momui loss or ocean I - r ins.- x I a Lor FoCB BrvDSiv ajvks. news iwan tu clrurday thai on of regular steamers rtZaXJ " l!i-Quebwa and Montreal, on Friday af- J""- , between four and five hundred paasenjters rfTV whom BMjontj wersSootch, and other 'rZ-aL'J arrived from Europe. The fire . . . anizi mru riui r i"rriraiiHnrinii naiso among tne crowded passenger. wm made to arreat the flams, and for the engines were stopped ao aa to lessen fS; but, finding it impoauble to save the Or CapC Sudolpa ordered her to be ran to- ' Wyf gaorv, auu nip umc iim owners ftou .- J ikuiMsltM An. K Kyu.. TU IICJICU UftVMWM VU MTO AUV lifl. XUV I with th 1TW MtMtlllill Wlltl,V a n r4 . . Itr minutes after the steamer begin, to more the wildest eonfusion and despair prevailed Zpiout tne snip, and numDers or passengers diemaelTes overboard, and were in most cases SfpfSfid. , 1 . m rjrTTinr'-'j, uie eicaucx i uyiMcum, aiao DOOuu lor r.treal Sung1 treal, was bat a xew miles in advance of the b...

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. — 27 August 1857

TZZS PAOirZO Commercial Advertiser. Lom PAURjtsTos-Tbe recent triamph of this TwriB JSntisb. statesman, who may be regarded, iaee the lata election is England, as more firmly teitH n paver than ever, recalls the following sketch f him by Benjamin Bash, Esq., of Philadelphia. Mr. Rush wu for several rears Secretary of Legation in Louden while Lord Palmerston waa at the bead of the Foreign Office, and bad, therefore, good opportu- aities for tod Tins him. babseqnent events bare HkUwii that the estimate of the writer, as regards the tendencies of the Premier towards this country, was founded on a basis which seems of late to have ripened into reality : Ilia deration does not surprise, for it was pre dicted years ago that he would ascend, sooner or later, to that eminence; 'the pinnacle, as was said cf Canning, under whom be served, and whom in aome things "be resembles, of all his earthly ambi tion. Jn'or are we of those who anticipate from his administration El results to the United S...

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 September 1857

TOE PACIFIC .wvoriiT. invniiTTftitn. COjJ11" . v sjlsaoo Every Ttantey Moraiaa, at Six MSf -r A Paraalo I- Adwatsea, Canfcrnfca. and the Unttad States, wffl be $7 M Tfam. AO papers wffl bare iMricu postage TrTLrt in Tahiti, tb Cofcxiiee, Chin, aad other put of TO ADVERTICZ3.9 AND Obituaries, funeral invitations and notices or totended only to benefit aa mdJvfauaPs bessneas, as advertletmeate. Advertisements displayed In larger type than jc to aeavur cnargee. rj-Subscription to tbe Commercial Advestfosr is WAB1ABL n ADVANCB. Cy No traueient advertismcntt will be inserted. " . a aba PAID. sry Correspondence from all parts of tbe Paedto wB I f n I " -pV 1 AT AVSTI3llXjrrS wnx CUMn. be vary acceptable. COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB PRINTING . IS, Ttoi" advmiaaieBW (first Insmtoo) per line 10 I I 1 (aaca subsequent do.) yfiii'' cards, teeeding 8 fines) per annum a eta. $4 00. Mcta. ii ii wca "rrw ii tit l Payable always in advance. n gfcjps advta (oat exceeding...

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 September 1857

;C:;; COL1MEEOIAL. - WEDNESDAY EVXTa, SEPT. t, 1MT. CJm offer bat a brief commercial report this week there taost&ug promising in the ooodilioo of trade, and we have beard of few sales Worth reporting ; several forced sales af SaerAaaJUe hare been, aad are lhortly to be held, on short ,ersA probably wUh rkw to realizing oa it in time far the ssast favorable rates vf whalers' exchange ; en this account the marlcst is la a very ansett led atate and prices far many descrip tion of foods are merely nominal. ' ' The roaae Major aaOed at 3 o'clock, on Monday P. M-, taking a a&aHer cargv than ahe has had for many months. A correct report of which tU be frond among the exports. She took only sis passengers. This b however the month of the yea wheat there is leut travel f o San Fraacisro- The tkrop Lamui was sjU at auction, by A. P. Everett, on the EJ-Jk, for $960 cash. Tka Bull s Head Market, on Merchant street, was a Id on Xaesaay huS fcr $i75 orrr the mortgage on the premises, amo...

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