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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 July 1847

THE POLYNESIAN, SAT till DAY, J l: L Y 81, 1847. tute on the distant islands and shore of the Pacific, a charge to the government. Whilst this law has thus aggravated the sufferings of seamen, and delayed their return to their country, it has entailed on the treasury a heavy additional expense for their relief and their passage to the United States. Oppor tunities offer but seldom in those remote re gions for sending them home, and they often remain there a long time in charge of our consuls. The money expended for the re lief of American seamen at the Sandwich Islands, the Society Islands, Valparaiso, Cape of Good Hope, Lima, Paita, and Tal cahuano has increased more than three-fold since the passage of the act of 1S40. The amount disbursed for that year was $14,589 02, whilst for the year 1845, the last for which full returns have been received,, it amounted to $44,485 97. Vide statement No. 5, at tached to this report. As before observed, it is not intended to mnvpv the idea that...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 July 1847

h o: re td are ICS.: itor boy. PoJ 'ear r to hiu- sc: A h r - iviJ. re-c roL ha: 1 di w.-J lift Olib; as :ti art tl ! voir I of i c a, ch I i sii ft j u Et n !1k Ivar If t: Ted -ii jt Ufil u: at:: on h'. .ie.H c c. is i of e s en f ou me un- .d; ?1 ;rtt a. a i' leu rb: ' BSC' eri' ter WW a FOREIGN NEWS. . Tbc Hawaiian schooner Com. Shubrick, ronPfister, arrived on Sunday from Mon-i- Civim rvi;:, ti. c.u "k'files of the Star and Californian to June 'l- Both these papers have much improved rarance, particularly the Californian, which ' lW printed wun type mui uas uone us good jnd win c uusi seme us uew owners slv as well. This paper is enlarged and has 3 Amoved from Monterey to San Francisco, l ,00, by all accounts, seems rapidly ris- ' jjjj consequence atlie emporium of the "c TVrritorv in the Pacific. - We notice that yjeof lots iu the tbwil of San Francisco has Y3 jy?tonel to July 20th. Pen. Kearney Co!. Fremont have left overland for the U. Much opposition to the latter officer ex...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 July 1847

r 44 Efje (Dlur. SHY MEN Individuals are often judged of very er roneously from their external ana orainary Of a. particular class of mis judgements I am peculiarly assured, namely, those relating to men who have the reputa- tirtn nf hpintr reserved through pride. In a large proportion of such cases, it is not any form of pride which produces the reserved nesa. but the opposite quality of shyness. Tr i the defect of self-esteem, rather than an undue endowment of it, that causes the r.nr.nct comolained of. Among the persons known to me as friends and associates, I could point to a number who are uBuallv considered as croud men, and to whom it is customary to attach the of late much misused epithet aristocratic , while I know, with all possible certainty, that the real cause of the conduct and de meanor which obtains them this character, is nothing else than mere timidity of face. You mav meet one of these men in company, and after a little time get into easy and fa miliar converse wi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 August 1847

n - . i ' the Pi the -td h, ot Pit! luc tic le ti f Ol. . -w. THE POLYNESIAN, AjSoal Journal of the Hawaiian Government, ,blisied weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. L ? JAMES J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS. rr annum, in advance, ------- tS 00 ' " -. mntithc in lvinr .n ix months, in advance, . copies, - - - - - gu 121 Rate of Advertising. n-Knr. (16 lines), first insertion, l, 00, each eon 8ttf cls ? ne J11' fl,,are 3 boes or ,ess). first L-iov ls-' eacn coounoance iz cts.; Uards. no. tot exceeding one half square, ty the year, 86,00; , . nxed:BZ luare 10.00. Yearly advertising not i,jj?e uan .", noi rxceeaintr one inn, Gi?,00. early advertising limited to the ad- . i'-t iuwriion, aad tu and one-fourth cents for each ecneal insertion. lYsient advertisers are required to pay in advance.' CHARLES"- HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. of Agent for the Polynesian. ,hii H- Swiawa " Boktom, - . G. D. Jarvra t Co. - o. riunaa. o. i- mxcisco, W ard : Smith, sin. LktU St Col He. Mostebet, J. 11. Glraaon. C. W. YIJfCEXT...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 August 1847

1 .A .1 I 4 blushingly walking abroad ia open day, as it once did, has been driven into the dark, and compelled to hide itself from the public gaze. The marriage institution and the family re lation, having imparted something of the pleasures of domestic life, have created a powerful public sentiment against the promis cuous concubinaire of former times. This is an indolent people, but the love of individual industry has greatly advanced. In former times, a vast amount of work was done at particular seasons, such work as it would be difficult to undertake now, but be it remembered, that work was performed un der the stern and merciless hand of despot ism, while at present, the little that is done, is more on the voluntary principle and there fore the, more valuable. 4. Under the influence of Christianity pro perty has also increased in a rapid ratio. The common people are still distressingly poor, but they have now many more of the necessaries and comforts of life than they once had...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 August 1847

lei IS Si. PS" B'exi till dj he c-sica: the evening and night of the 2-2d the "T bad thrown a body of light troops on the aiaia side, with the purpose of outflanking .L'imenced at an early hour. Our riflemen to Col Marshall, who had been reinforced companies under Major Trail, 2d Illi- volunteers, maintained their ground hand a exeatly superior force: holding r inwlpr pnrer ami nsin.cr thir itmivim .fy.J'lH - . . . . , 'v.io Tp.dlv effect. About 8 o'clock, a strong r:' lpi-u-auoa was made against the centre of Z. motion, a heavy column moving along the i This force was soon dispersed by a few i .ml well directed shots from Cant. Wash- r 1 . t...ttrr- In tnptinfi mt tKn An - Uui.v - -mmw ; living L concentrating a large force or infantry and under cover of the ridges, with the ob 'inteirtUH1 of forcing our left, which was ei o" an ten;:ive plateau. The 2d Indiana i ;1 Illinois regiments formed this part of our 'L the former covering three pieces of light ,jj0rv; under the orders of C...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 August 1847

I! It - n tEIje CDU0: For thi Poryneitan. his widowed mother, to whom i snouia osvo . 1 w J.i .nJ t.at hnt not least, the SlSterl -uppori ...u , - who could yet love, and write to ana lor mm .- 1 c i ,a Jrr voiir in a whale ship. - u nnt imvr them until 1 wui wvij J I some considerable tune after he had teen 10 sea When the parting bosom bleeds. when our native land recedes, While the wild and treach'rous main, Takes as to her breast again, . . , Father! view a sailor's woe Guide us whereso'er we go. When the lonely watch we keep, ; . Silent on the mighty deep, , While the boisterous surges hoarse. Bear us darkly on our course. Eye that nevertluinbers! shed Holy influence on our head. When the Sabbath's peaceful ray. O'er the ocean's breast doth play,. Though no throngs assemble there, No sweet church be.'I warns to prayer, . Spirit! let Thy presence be, Sabbath to the mustering sea. When the raging billows, dark, . ' Thundering, toss our threatened bark, Thou, who on the whelming w...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 August 1847

tie pt Be Vol. 4. - , twfTpolynestan Tie Officii Journal of the Hawaiian Government, a published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. JJL1IES J. JARVES, EDITOR. . TERMS. One copy pr annum, in sdramx, .---.-.$6 00 copy six months, in advance, ....... 3 so $je copies, .12 J Rates of Advertising. 0Deqa. (16 lines), first insertion, tl, 00, each con unttw 25 cts.; one half square (8 lines or less), first 100,59 cis., each continuance 12 cts.; Cards, no r5.tc.n0t exceeding one half square, by the year, 86.00; -oteicteding one square, 10,00. Yearly advertising nt -icteiing one half column, 830.00; not exceeding one lejatnn, 60,00. Yearly advertising limited to tbe ad Teritfer s own business. - Isgal Advertisement.--Twenty-fire cents per line, for tlie first insertion, and six and one-fourth cents for each ,iitequeat insertion. . Transient advertisers are req aired to pay in advance. CHJlBLES EL HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. lid of Agent for the Polynesian. UBii n- 8- Swinloa. Borrow,. - CD. Jarve& C...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 August 1847

r. 19 f 4j I 1 r! ' 1 1 X HA. 1 .r. i -i' Hi -i 50 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUG. 14, 1947. Foreign Intelligence. - FraTSEi CLtAMKOS from the Mexicas riPtas. On the 11th of May the Patriotic " Junta'1 established in Tepavtitlan, (a mining station in the south), through General Don Juan Alvarez: transmitted $123.2 rials for the support f rh war arainst those civilized savages of Sorth America!" On the 19th of Mar, Gen. Santa Ana entered Mexico with the remains of the array of the east, amounting o about 5000 men, between cavalry and infantry,' with 4 pieces of heavy artillery and mll,r. The General shortly afterwards proceeded to the palace and partook of a splen did dinner. " , The Minister of Spain in Mexico had arrang 1 ith the Mexican eovernment, that Spaniards i: a t hooome a?ain subjects of naiurui:.w nn thelQueen of Spain, and to receive certificates of nationality as such. . Don Jose de Garay and Don Carlos Landa had presented apian for' a patriotic association in M...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 August 1847

WisTEt 15 the ukegow. v e learn from Mr Stark, supercargo of the Toulon, that the .te winter at the Oregon has been one of un- Ijjjmon seventy. Much suow has fallen and . flinequence of the scarcity of food and bad .eatber, 6000 cattle have perished a severe in to the settlers. Flour was $8 per bbl. by hoiP16 1 ouioii leu, ana could be wtsilcd t roiynesian. u. We regret much to see the above in print, jjuse it is incorrect and calculated to have an i-rious ctlect upon toe interest of Oregon. As Stark was not in tnu coutry at any tune during the Past winter ft is presumable that he cannot gpeaK trom personal knowledge. His jtforuiant, whoever : he might have been, w as trofullv n error- " 18 true that ur past winter vaS "oneoi uncommon seventy," but instead pf 6000 cattle having perished," if a computation f0uld he made, it would be found that our loss e this respect did not execcd six-hundred head. Flour was retailing throughout the season, as it is at present, at the H. B- Company'...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 August 1847

52 She Olio. nr.n TIMES A5D NEW.. line, read at the New England Society's Festival, at New York, Decem ber 22, 1846, by Allen C. Spooner, of Boiton, from the Conner: - . vv; .: ..i i .. -.. Twas in my easy chair at nome, About a week ago, I tat and puffed my light agar, 1 ' A usual, you must know. -. , I routed upon the Pilgrim flock, . Whoae luck it waa to land Upon almost the only rock Among the Plymouth sand. In my mind's eye, I saw them leave Their weather beaten bark Before them spread the wintry wilds; i Behind, rolled ocean dark. Alone that.little handful stood While savage loes lurked nigh, - Their creed and watchword, ''Trust in God And keep your powder dry." Imagination's pencil then : . 1 That first stern winter painted, -. When more than half their number die . : ' And stoutest spirits fainted. A tear unbidden filled one eye, '. My smoke had filled the other ; One sees strange sights at such a lime, Which quite the sensesbother. I knew I was alone but lo f ' (Let him who...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 August 1847

rv ;'- v.; .i 4 1 A. i . a 1 1 i ' r a VOL 4.i -vC - V -r li ill 1 l l,l.i a la i I r o-Hcial Journal ofthe Hawaiian Government i. published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, 11. 1. public JAJIES J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS. a m i m a One copy Fyl " es oo 3 so 12 0 wpy six months, in aJvance, - iajie copies, ..... Kates i Advertising. w square, (1$ Hots), first insertion, l,Ooj each on- die"' .i, ,;....,,.. ii . r- V mw snnare. SI 0.1)0. TpirlvurfrvrtKinonni iluan, sxi.in.'. suiciiuuij twmcu wj me au- , j$t( own business, . rril A iTtTiiscMcnU. Trenty-fie cent per line, for Ik tirst insertion, and six and one-fourth cents for each at sequent insmiuu- . , CHARLES E. HITCHCOfJfc, PRINTER. Lirf of Agents for the Polynesian Umi M'Swinlon- Biwtoh, - . C T. Jarre 1; Co. rtf Lufectt ColKe'tfoxTpnv,, J. j Gleaaun. d. j-iumi. , . s. r B ifcciwo, axu Binno. tt - C. W. VINCENT. briLDER, CARPENTER AND JOIN- ID EE, s prepared to receive proposals for eze 17:. 3? orders in either or all of the abov branches...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 August 1847

T III i f i' 5 if it-' I II II! v'V 5 In 5 fr: m Hi 4 1 IT 1 1 J sir i1 r-il It? If; ill : M i 1 .it li i I i if Si . I is 1 f:1 ?.. ih if i 5 i "I' 54 j regrets it the more, uheu fulfy alive to the evil attending the existence of the lane to question, and the advantages which would accrue from its removal. He will, however tte his bestndeavours to persuade the Chi nese minister of these respective evils and advantages, and if the British community tan raise funds which will induce the owners of the shops to give them up, the other obr stacles might proaaoiy dc surraounieu. It is altogether a mistake to suppose that thfl Chinese authorities are to be at the ex pense of the proposed site for the Church, and it would be hardly worthy of the British government that they should. I have, &c. ' - A. R. JonxsTOX. Thursday the 8th.. The following corres pondence, &c, we borrow from the Hong kong Register. f- Bsitish Factoriis, 8th April, 1847. Gextlemes. I am directed by Major Gener...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 August 1847

leirr fart lie uf fas h tmel c1 id i 'it! L.ew ite 1. tron is 4l trek .6 of".. cot Oh IHE "POLYNESIAN. VOLl'LU, SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1847. jj- By H. B. M.s ship Juno, from .Callao, C3VC U",ul,u pajrcia l' JOIIJ. 1 UPJ j rrovisi" " p up. in me manu riag districts great distress , prevailed. In O I mitt.; .TA.: ' r "VJ t r1ac0C9M. "K"Ji!.,3.. auu nanus Ue entirely stopped work, and 52. mills with X) bauds are working short time. Other ' -as are iu the same condition. - . ? The American Peace Society have offered a .ciiam of $500 for the best essay on the Mex in war la St. Johns and Queliec alone there were 100 rhip ready for freights. , ' . fne American news is to the I7tn April noth j,,f interest this way. Lord Cowley brother to the Duke of Wellrlg- a, died April 27th. ; fee re:nirtances of the laboring . Irishmen Xcw York, goston, Philadelphia, and Balti ,,re during January, February and March, to Tfirfr'wnd in Ireland, amounted to little short r cj.ooo.ooo. - " The Grand Duke of Tusc...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 August 1847

.31 . 1 ? I)C lio. GOOD ADVICE FOR ALL. FROM AX OLD rXRIODICAL. Take great care to fix right principles in your mind, and often review them. A mind without principles is like a ship without rudder or ballast, having nothing to steer its course, or keep it even. Hence arises that variable and uneasy disposition, that inconsistent and unsteady conduct so observable jn many persons. As life is short and uncertain, and its pleas ures intermingled with pains and sorrows, it is absurd to make it the sole object of your thoughts and pursuits. As death and a future Hate of retribution are unavoidable, a wise man will make it the chief care and business of his life to die well. Whoever is carelc3 in this respect, it bad been better for him never to have been born. ' - i The Holy Scriptures, frequent contempla tions on the works of nature, and a due at tention to the dictates of conscience, are our surest guides to discover the will of God and our duty to him, ourselves, and to our fellow cre...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 August 1847

1- I'll the ler Journal of the Hawaiian Government, bfeled wek,J " on""w Uanu, H.I. AMES J. JARVES, Ei)IT6 TERMS. pfr annum, in advance, - ( 00 3 50 ' 12i 1 Rates of Advertising. (16 ''i first insertion, 1,00. each con J ci , ch conUtHance I2J cl.; Carls, no ,v .t-liii?nne htlf square. i,y the vear6 00: .'"i i , ilO 0J. Yearly a.lvertisius;n"i 'tlBj'o'ie !-"" cu:b,'W00; Mot exceeding one Vearlr advenikin? limitrl t f h. j .4 LeMiiess. ' j ; I riisenents. Twenty-live enl per hne. for r i m-tirm, w-wnrai cruis Kir eacn ieui airtfrii4" -r required to pay ia ad ranee. HtSLES E. HITCHCOCK, JRLNTER. l t f Arer.U for the Poiynetlan. '" ,4. II ! s'wiaina. Boto,. - i D Jirtnt Co. udeh,. Carpenter and join- .jts prepared to receive proptMU fur exe- orders in either or all of the above brjtchea ui I lipoid aland, in Honolulu. Contract, fnortiiiu with propoala rosy be assured of Kieduie attention to the time, and that his ilesili aUays be upon terms as reasonable be otainea ai any oner esiaDiis...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 August 1847

1 1 1 58 instance, what Caledonian could traverse the immortal field of Bannockburn, rehearsing in his mind the associations connected with the soot, and not feel the inmost chord of biS . heart to vibrate with a feeling of pride, as he treads on the sacred ground of his country's victory ; or as Scott says " Breathes there a mao with soul so deaJ, - Who never to himself hath said, . - Thia is dit own. mr native land.,? But suppose that we are removed from fne locality and more immediate influence of these associations, and as we grow up and gain in' formation, we perhaps begin to discover that , in many respects, other countries and their . . institutions, or their climates are equal and even superior to those of our own. When Ve go abroad into other lands, we form new at tachments, we acquire new interests, and the whole current of our likes and dislikes is liable to be changed. Is it at all surprising that when a man's judgment is matured an his reasoning facul ties fully develop...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 August 1847

there had ten. V t, all whan B inf. take UllfeJ v'l and Si will e h, iton Pari,, cibh PIS l War. Davi. e CI. Jul.. then can. fT nr. Via LIT. its it Kret om-J the ori3l enw htifiJ Met flbni I, tu rien x fan c: peo: k wit: 'cat P th- For the a. I M - TxZT.w ?Uanabstract from niy Journal of Rain at Hilo, T! " ? iV ' i 111110,1111 f ra,a fr each da orded i hes .nd thousandths of an inch. The total amount which fell during the yearo ill see to be ,i uii,u,auiei.m the night. The greatest -Wh fell in a dar. is 10.46G inches. 'Th,. ,i,-?A s 6 v E"1 u . - -, u i-mcjlm r.iarcn. vhirh fell in any one month, was 33,156 inches. ThisVaftMarh rthcr, it has been the mot rainy of any y have experienced since Hands. Most truly yours. ';," J. J. Jarves, Esa.., Editor of Polynesian. UAILY JOURNAL OF .y FRQ3I AUGUST 1. ABcat. Scptb'r.l October. Nr'to?Trecm'hr. January. ,134 ,H9 ,639 ,030 .310, .60 1 ,400 1,975 - 130 ,010 A-,260 ,810 ,US 40 2,235 ,965 5,695 ,20! 1,034 " $155, 1,475 4,290 ,933j ST ,463 ,1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 August 1847

4i ft ."f 1 ferJ pi Si I; i r. t ) I m '.r-i IT :.4 hi ! 1 1 u i B1J 'r:: m f ? k 3 ' 1 I If 6 J A 1 ?! in 3 $3 i V - m ii i i . r t- : ; SIjc CDlio. FRIENDS ARE ALL AROUND US. Friend are all around t; Even the little child ' Levet the stranger whom be tret Who looked on him and smiled. Friends are all around utt Ifas friends, we greet Those whom in our journey ing On life's worn out way we meet. Friends are all around u; By a kindly word. By a look of sympathy The heart's depths are tuned. Do not all our footsteps To the same borne tend? ' Why" should not each one of Us" Be to each a friend? - Does the pure dew glistening ' i On the fair wild rose, 'l Shun the dark, unlovely weed ' That beside it grows? Does the sunbeam, shining On the stately dome; Loe its lustre when it rests On the peasant's home?- If out hsart grows lighter- -V By our words made glad If one weary spirit, " Drooping, faint and sad, V; ; Half forgeis its anguish ... ' For a little while . Is it Tain for us tp spe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 September 1847

; : ' ,.,. , a. is. bL ix. r. 'fit,"- -'- on. pi ft 11 0 N O L U L U e SAT IIR D A Y r S E P T E IHj jB R--4 , J 84 7 Vi in. ri. blie id, r Or of pen. It of OV. her Ff if. uie, es edi. f tar tan, i int. ' cn, I pre. n'efl E, fcep. at l'e. Iced. ! til- re. t ini! ined ok. wal i Fair 3r on at. tlui Mr. to. I IN rot. ei . i Li. J ul, UM, ei IS, ft, alii M eat nH't aid fc2T, olid Ua b9! 4 ibr ul. r ipa V Ms- liS 1st- Vk ti POLYNESIAN, nficial J"1 of Hawaiian Government, .oblished weekly at Honolulu; Oehu, H. jiUES J. JESDITORr;: TERMS: 4 w oopT six months, in advance, - - - , . .s. 3 60 Kates 01 .iaaTcrusinf.,;.., f A 1iujV first ifMBiwtuinv ft! no m-V iverusmjnot rtdili? Mle " """""i v , mi cicnuig; wire S50,oo. Yearly advertising limited to the ad- :n basincss. - - ... v . j ttirrrtUeinenU. Twenty-five cents ner line, for i rst insertion, and six and oa -fourth cents fortach Tswaent insertion. '.:., -. . - -i' , aasieat advertisers are required to pay id adrsnce. CHARLES E.HITCHCOCK,"...

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