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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 January 1847

134 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1847. think that tho result would have produced a statute that would have been something like that of Pripa rus, that was set up in a garden to scare away the crows. - Again' to treat all minds alike ii as bad as to treat all diseases alike. It is true that ignorance may chance to hit on the right remedy; but the chances are as infinity to nothing against it. If Na ture has established certain fixed relations between means and ends, then it follows that if we use the right mean we shall accomplish the end. And if the teacher dues not succeed, it is a proof that he has not employed the proper meansthat he has not -studied the effect of those on tho mind of the child. Experience forms one of the most important points of a teacher's education; and one thing he should learn above others, to watch the rapid growth of the mind in early youth. It is a universal law of nature, that all growth is most rapid in early life. If the oak was to grow as fas...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 January 1847

THE POLTNESI AW SATURDAY. JANUARY 2, isit 135 initiitice is done ,16 them, or an odious dlafWi!..:' " made to their disadvantage, the interference of their own Government would be justified, but not other wiie; and lastly, that the British Government, in the absence of any treaty allowing them to do so, could not claim as British subjects persons born within that foreign country, so Jong as they remained in that country bat if their fathers or grandfathers by the father's side, were natural bjrn British subjects, such persons so born, would, by the statute law of Great Britain, be deemed , as natural born British subjects when in Great Britain. The preceding quotations have been selected to meet the heterogeneous cases taken up as national grievances by foreign officials during the last two years, and which have been the subject of fong,and, in somo instances, of rancorous debate. We respect fully inquire, whether, if foreign agents had measur ed their powers and duties litre by the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 January 1847

'f i . . ' .-.ft.. THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAYt3NUAElY 2, ,18471 120 LUMBER SOAP At., FOR tale by the subscribers, the following mer chandise : 70,000 ft. California Cedar and Pine Lumber, assorted, 80,000 Shingles, 68 boxes California Soap, 4 dox. iron Shovels, 3 doz. Grain do., 10 boxes Sperm Candles, 19 boxes Codfish, 1 bag Pepper, 8 boxes fig paste, 20 doz.Cologne, 22 boxes Olives, 10 do. Capers, 2 bbls Walnuts, 1 bbl. Almonds, 2 bales Shirting Stripes. ' 2 bales Brown Jeans, 300 lbs. white, brown and black Linen Thread, 60 do. blue and white cotton Thread, ' 30 bbls whale Oil, 6 drums Mackerel, 60 do. Molasses and Syrup, 40 boxes Souchong Tea, 20,000 Cuba (Sixes) Cigars, 200Guyaquil Hats, 200 Palm Leaf Hats, 2000 Goat Skins, . 100 lbs. Sewing and Roping Twine. Boots and Shoes. - Gent's, fine French Boots; Goat Skin do.; Button OjjNer do. ; Men and Boys' Goat Skin Downing Shfs; Prunella do.; Velvet Slippers; Patent Lea ther and French Pumps. Ladies' Gaiter Boots; spring heel Slippe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 January 1847

Til I A K Vol, 3,1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1847, I No. 34, THE POLYNESIAN, The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. J. J. JAIIVES, EDITOR. , TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. . Scmcriptio.--$6 per annum t 6 months, 93,5t ; 3 oaths, $2, payable in advauce j single copies 12 1-2 cts mo Advertising. s'uaic, 8 ) cents for each continuance i more than half a square atirl less than a whole, 1,50 for first three insertions, 3j cents for eich continuance ; half a square or less, fet for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 60. Less amounts at proportionate rotes. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS BOOK to JOB FRXHTINGr, SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS -niCKTHt & JOHNSON, (fTrncral ttommtosiou iUenljanttf, O. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 January 1847

138 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY .9, 1847. N. B The foregoing list it imperfect, but, embra ces all the names and occupation we haye been en abled to procure.. It is computed there may be 100 more foreigners residing in Honolulu, constituting rather a floating than permanent population. Recapitulation 2 Lawyers, 7 Mariners, 1 Merchants, 4 M (i sons, 1 - Physicians, 3 Painters. 4 Printers, 2 Public Officers, 2 Pilots. 1 Ret. spts. liquors, i 6 6 13 20 12 5 5 10 15 2 Stewards, Storekeepers, Shoemakers Sailmakers, Saddlers, Sexton, Ship masters," Surveyor, Tinsmiths, '2 Tailors, ,6' Teamsters, 4 Victuallers, 3" Warehousemen, 2 6 5 38 14 5 29 13 16 7 3 2 I 2 1 4 8 3 9 6 o Auctioneer. ay. Blacksmiths, Boat-builder, Book-keepers, Book-binder, Bar-keepers, Bakers, Butchers, & Barbers, Brickmaker, . Caulkers, Cabinet-makers, t Clergymen and Missionaries, ) Coopers Carpenters, house, ship,' Consuls, . Clerks, 'Cooks, Farmers, ' Graziers, . Hotel-keepers, K?- 'Laborers. 2 Watchmakers...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 January 1847

Concluded.! Lecture of Hon. Horace Such has-been the neglect in this matter, that I ...... . ...... . .v oiiuiiuuue 01 the moral nature left among us. I wonder that morality, truth, lovo ana nonor nas not ned Irom earth, and left us heart less, auiuisuca ana ueviish. I wonder that the spir it of morality has not fWI !!U a..- .u. expelled from earth by the folly and wickedness of vA n n Till t 1 mm . 4 I . ...a... ! luuuiiuio mat it is otherwise ! that no vice of the father's, no folly of the mother's, can expel filial love from the breast of their child when the autumnal fires of the .Western praries rush over them, leaving an ocean waste of desolation behind yet when watered by the refreshing rains of the fol lowing Spring, beauty, loveliness, and fragranco may burst forth anew, and from the loins of wicked and deceased parents, spring up new hopes and new susceptibilities of virtue and of religion. Another truth also must be attended to in the ed ucation of the child. The power of...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 January 1847

140 THE POL YNESI AN, SATURDAY, JABftJ.ARTi;9, 1847. , .V'l A. P. EVERETT " ; jTHFFERS for sale the following assortment of HJr New Goods, at low prices, received by late arrivals, from Boston, suitable for the Islands, Ore gon or California Markets. - Dry Good. 4 13 bales Portsmouth sheetings, 5 do New Eng land do., 4 do stripes do., , 5 do Manchester shirt ings, 5 do Metbuen duck, 6 do do ticks, 3 do No. 1 osnaburgs, 9 cases Merritnac prints, 14 do puro indigo blue sheeting, 1 do blue drill, 1 do Cape Horn stripes, 1 do gambroons, 2 do kremlins, 1 do fancy cottonades, 1 do long cloths, 4 do strip'd I prints, ,4 do blue do., 1 do aboriginal stripe, printed lawns; muslins, baiorines, mixed pantaloon and coat stuffs, blue, olive, and gold-mixt tweed, bleached cotton, &c, &c. Linen Goods. Superior damask table.cloths, 8 x 4, 12x10, 16 x 10; napkin, towels, handkerchiefs, diaper, 4x4 white linen, various qualities; 12x4 linen sheeting, painted cotton carpeting, two yards wide, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 January 1847

, ' ' -V ' - ' 4,;. .. . .1. : - r, Vol, 3,1 ::V- THIE POLYNTisi a w The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, r "7 "wmoiuiu, uanu, it. i, J.1 J. JAawo, sdztozlI TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Sul9CVPT,OK,r7t? PeMnum, 6 months, 13 60! 3 months, 12, payable in advance single copies 12 -2 cts , ApvErmiNo.-A square, t2 or first three insertion, 60 cents for each continuance i more than hslf a saW and less than a whole, ll ,60 for first three insertions 30 rents for each continnnnna . K.ir o.iuuiis, ju . i ; . , iimi a aiiuure or leo SI inr first three insertions, 26 cents for each continuance, hv the year, more than half and not exceeding a wholS column. 160. Less amounts at proportinnat,, HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JANUARY .16, 1847, i ' 4 INo, 35) THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. JAN. J6. 1847, Mexican Negotiation. We have not IMPORTANT NEWS! Battle between the Americans and Califor nia Monterey taken by Gen. Taylor Message of the President of the United States United States Troops on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 January 1847

4 'TP i 9 p. 'i 142 THE nf-ti SA' JANUARY 1947. i , c o 0 i,- V 4 companies of the regulars,' at Vresen1 on Governor's Island, are to acco'mpanythe 'expeditionA Probably this addition to the force has beeii made in conse quence of the spirit manifested by the volunteers daring their temporary residenco on th4 island. The U. S. Government has refused to accept the services of the companies of Capts. Coy and Thomp ' son, of Boston, for the California expedition. A regiment of infantry under command of Capt. Tompkins sailed from New. York for California, in July, and Col. Stevenson was to sail about the 1st of September. About fifteen hundred troops are on their way around Jihe Cape, while nearly that num ber are supposed to be on their way across the country. Almost every State furnishes volunteers. The government has disbanded some, on account of ... .. i i j which the papers are iouci in denouncing ua puuvy. Some difficulty exists with regard to their pay. Naval. Commodore Shubrick'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 January 1847

i'.v 'THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1847. 143 ' thistryTng oecasfonWiifl'mosVDriiiRcwnrthv '.a their cool exertion and orderly manner of carrying Va lilt tf maw h Anii:..tl. i . .... r t"'tpwj BBcrjDcatno preser vation of,our lives. .The. wreck was completely un: tenable anhour, after the was finally tbandoned. and by 3, P. M. not a vestige of the poor Shark was visible . f ,. .'. . Soveheion Habits. The Courier des Estats Unisthe following anecdote of the Kings of Prussia and Bavaria :' In one of their last interviews, be- wg mutually pleased with each ..othdr, theyproceed cd to degree of Confidence quite vnregal. ' Let us conceal nothing said they '' Situated as we are in relation to each other, let; us, in ' good faith warn each other of our little defects. Upon this agree ment, the King of Prussia",1 who afTected a superiori ty over Lout's, commenced patronizingly' Well, my dear Prince, yon have one bad habit you see I speak frankly, Ye. I thank you. What bad habit have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 January 1847

144 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY ,16, 1847." EVERETT & CO. v;- i'i OvFFER for sale the following . assortment of Hy Niw Oooci, at low prices, received by late arrivala, from Boston, suitable for the Islands, Ore gon or California Markets.. Dry Goods. 18 bales 'Portsmouth sheetings, 6 do New Eng land do., 4 do stripes do.,' 6 do Manchester shirt ings, 5 do Methuen duck, 6 do do ticks, 3 do No. 1 osnaburgs, 9 cases Merrimac prints, 14 do pure indigo blue sheeting, 1 do blue drills, I do Cape Horn stripes,' 1 do gambroons,' 2 do kremlins, 1 do fancy cojtonades, ldo long cloths, 4 do strip'd prints, 4 do blue do. 7 1 do aboriginal stripe, printed lawns; muslins, balzorines, taped pantaloon and coat stufls, blue; olive, and jgold-mixt tweed, bleached cotton, &c, &c t . f .. Linen Goods. Superior damask table cloths, 8 z 4, 12 x 10, 16 x 10; napkins, towels, handkerchiefs, diaper, 4x4 white linen, various qualities; 12x4 linen sheeting, painted cotton carpeting, two yards...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 January 1847

1 rv j , Til 4 J : " ' Vol, 3,1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1847. I No. 36, I ' , -., .. - . . ,. , ,. TH!E POT, VNF.ST A M The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government. wcoikijr m nonoiuiu, uanu, li. I. - J. J. JAHVEO, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. SUB3CRIPTION.I6 per annum 6 months, $3,50 1 3 months, 82, payable in advance j single copies 12 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, 2 for first three insertions, 50 cents tor each continuance t more than half a square and less than a whole, l,50 for first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance j half a square or less, tl for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column, too. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK. PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK & JOB ' PRINTING. SUCH AS Pamphlets, Catalogues) Circulars, Handbills, Bill Heads, Shop Bills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND ADDRESS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 January 1847

146 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1847. an appeal from the court below. In all cases of this kind, that is, in cases of appeal, the parties are al lowed tointroducc the same evidence that was ad missible in the court below, together with all new evidence that may have, arisen and come to their knowledge since the former trial. Gentlemen: that evidence has been introduced; 'you have heard the testimony of the witnesses upon the stand, and it now remains for me to charge and v v J J wo itli awr. HVUUIV IV 11113 lUSO leaving it in your hands, well and truly to try the 'aame, and verdict give according to the evidence and the law. . The plaintiff in this case brings his action to recov er the sum of $55, for wharfage, had by the defen dant in July last, and founds his claim upon a cer tain lease executed to him by Ladd & Co., in the previous month of June. The defendant admits that he has had the wharfage he admits that he owes the $55, but denies that" he owes it to the pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 January 1847

41 A', 1, - THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1847 vi iiiwiiB uiiu rremoni ai eantlmMoJ .-J r. which so many publishers oV map have levied "con. -r, . A"A or H" "'ohhesi thi Pon ,rf.uKSJrlb0"Stc,kB2,0dln The triple crown which is now used at the co'rona which they came. In 18 Lieutennm Fro.LJa... t on of II!. iiik.. .l ! herifme commnnW - moi -s"""f ' me name mai Xapo eon pre- 5 tS tetweefe 8enfcdt0 VII. There i. also another which and the Rocky' Mountain,, to the South Pass and Z"" b PP Grerjr XVI' Tho Tiara and Fremont e Peak ; and the brief, modest, military and H'trM are kePl at St. Angelo, where they are Ed the ceremony. 'The Tiara AmttoJon9tihiJijt"i Napoleon is of white velvet the three crown- age. In 1842-44 he went upon his great expedition ra 0f ,aPPn,re8 emeralds, rubies, pearls and dia MilSASr"'1 th.e rePrt Uhich, mon the tP large emerald, surmounted . rveVsal auentia , ' In"T?," n.at'racti"g a d,amond This Tiara is estimated at third expedition, determined upon a co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 January 1847

148 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1847. EVERETT & CO. ' OvFFEIt for sale the) following assortment of U-V Niw Good; at low prices, received by late arrivals, from Boston, suitable for the Islands, Ore gon or California Markets. ; , DryGrds. 18 bales Portsmouth sheetings, 5 do New Eng land do., 4 do stripes do., 5 do Manchester shirt ings, 6 do Methuen duck, 6 do do ticks, 3 do No. 1 osnaburgs, 9 cases Mcrrirnuc prints, 14 do pure indigo . blue sheeting, 1 do blue drills, 1 do Cape Horn stripes, 1 do gambroons, 2 do Kremlins, 1 do fancy cbttonades, 1 do long cloths, 4 do strip'd prints, 4 do blue do., 1 do aboriginal stripe, printed lawns; muslins, balorines, mixed pantaloon and coat stuffs, blue, olive, and gold-mixt tweed, bleached cotton, &c, &c. - ' Linen Goods. Superior damask table cloths, 8 X 4, 12 x 10, 16 x 10 ; napkins, towels, handkerchiefs, diaper, 4x4 white linen, various qualities; ,12 x 4 linen sheeting, painted cotton carpeting, two yards wide, at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 January 1847

H Vol. 3,1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1847. I No, 37, T HIE POLYNESIAN The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, nccivijr at nonoiuiu, uanu, H. I. J. J. JAnVDD, Z3DITOH. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. ScsscaiFTiow. 16 per annum j 6 months, 13,60: 3 months, 82, payable in advance single copies 12 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, 82 for first three insertions. 60 cents for each continuance j more than half a square and less than a whole, 8l,so for first three insertions. 30 7 2 .u ";u"uua"i 8Jue or less, i for first three insertions, 2tf cents for each continuance. By tho year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 160. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS, BOOK to JOB PRINTING, -''v SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, , 'Blank Deeds, VISITING BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS EVERETT & CO., ooiftisxssxoxr imeroiiants AND DEALERS IN Ge...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 January 1847

146 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1847. sweetened the toss of country, houses and friends to Ovid in his eiile, he felt the riches of his mind to be beyond the reach of Ctcsar's malice. So that princely philosopher Bias, when he lost his city and was put to flight, when asked by his fellow fugitives why he had brought nothing with him, replied " I carry all my treasures with me" meaning his wis dom and virtues. It argued a rich mind in Socrates when walking through a market and beholding every variety of desirable commodity, upon being asked his judgment concerning them, replied "they teach me how many things I do not want." But it argued a still richer mind in the disciples to say in worse circumstances" Having nothing yet possessing all things." Though they were cast out of all, not all their enemies combined could cast anything of this all out of them. Beyond this no one can go unto it in principle, all must attain, to avoid a des tiny of misery and attain one of happines...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 January 1847

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY an. i847. 147 throw stones or other rubbish overboard, under a penaiiy ui $ivu. All sailors found ashore at Lahaina, after the beat ing of the drum, or at Honolulu, after the ringing of the bell, are subject to apprehension and a fine of 82 Shipmasters must give notice to the harbor mas ter of the desertion of any of their aailors within 48 hours, under a penalty of $100. Seamen are not allowed to be discharged at any of the ports of these Islands excepting those of La haina and Honolulu. It shall not be lawful to discharge seamen at any of the ports of these Islands without the written con sent of the Governor. Honolulu and Lahaina are the only ports at which native seamen are allowed to be shipped and at those places with the Governor's consent only. Any vessel taking away a prisoner from these Islands shall be subject to a fine of $100. To entitle any vessel to a clearance, it shall be in cumbent on her commanding officer first to furnish the col...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 January 1847

148 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1847. EVERETT&CO, TlvFFER for sale the following assortment HV New Goods, at low prices, received by late arrivals, from lloston, suitable lor the islands, Ore gon or California Markets. Dry Goods 18 bales Portsmouth sheetings, S do New Eng land do., 4 do stripes do., 5 do Manchester shirt incs, 5 do Methuon duck, 6 do do ticks, 3 do No 1 osnaburgs, 9 cases Merrimac prints, 14 do pure indigo' blue sheeting, 1 do blue drills, 1 do Cape Horn stripes, 1 do gamoroona, 2 do kremlms, 1 dc fancy cottonades, 1 do long cloths, 4 do strip'd prints . 4 do blue ao., i ao aoongmai stripe, printed lawns muslins, balzorincs, mixed pantaloon and coat stufTs blue, olive, and gold-mixt tweed, bleached cotton &c, &c. Linen (.oods. Superior damask table cloths, 8x4,12x10, 16 10: napkins, towels, handkerchiefs, diaper, 4 x white linen, various qualities; 12x4 linen sheeting painted cotton carpeting, two yards wide, at 75c. tain carpeting, 87 l-2c; ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 6 February 1847

i THE FJLM VOL 3. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1847, INo, 38, T HIE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. J. J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. 6 per annum j 6 months, $3,50; 3 months, 82, payable in advance j single copies li 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, $2 for lirst three insertions, 50 cents for each continuance : more than half a square, ami less than a whole, $1,50 for first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance ; half a square or less, 81 for first three insertions, 23 cents for each continuance, By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. GO. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BOOK to JOB SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Hills, Catalogues, Hills of Exchange, Circulars, Dills of Lading:, Handbills, Consular Blanks, Hill Heads, Hlnnk Deed, VISITING: BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS. EVEUKTT & CO., OOXVIIVIISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS...

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