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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 July 1848

34 EL DORADO. The history of this prodigious humbug may not be uninteresting to our readers, particu larly those afflicted with the gold fever. We would not however wish our readers to in fer that we regard California altogether in the same light. When the zeal for travels, conquests, and discoveries in America, first began to de velooe itself amons the Spaniards and other nations of Europe, those who thirsted for adventure and aggrandizement were not con tent with, the actual wonders of the New World, but they taxed their imaginations for the creation of realms in which the splendors of fairy land wcra surpassed. Various cir cumstances contributed to add authority and influence to these fables. , The 4ale that is oftentimes repeated, is generally regarded as true, particularly when the narrators are skilful, and have weighty reasons for disgui sing thft truth. These were not wanting with regard to the fable of El Dorado, or the Golden Region.. It was believed, currently, thai somew...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 July 1848

i. I a' but the first named medicine we hope H' he '"l,,n rrcu ,n ""J " ncro lit .Ltrstion will loloce an unfavorable ef- i't Tp" ,he ,,W,i,iC littlf city of tlonolulu has probably nev- I cniinw such an excitement as the 'jd frvrrbaa created. Probably not lese thaa II leave lor V-- i 1 1 ii i in lur cbuiw "i mo b. if innFrs can ' procure There will mill' rt-hnc atMl good citizen uoumles Hi-' . but at the Mme time we shall rid tbeenm- of some hoe itescnce is not particular- , Jral4r. 'It' an ill wind that !4ow no good.' I' ' r- i "- ml!! tT-r tli ' nfsonte. good citizens, we . r i. 1 l . ' J ,nV Mill letter their worldly conlition; ' ii. ... r....it rt I lt!lH.llC W T.. ...... I nm- he neer )et inaJe a country pro- r inhabitants happy. The love of it all the laer paions oi man's nature, t Var the iM region of California will l ,mm ..ftrurir events the arene nfUrwul. jB.-Vii'"" i . . f. 'I aim ntr -a.t .k.na. n in 1 1 1 1 - - . y - --"- .....I.- r..ia.l than tail! I.at .u.miI.U.1 SO1 ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 July 1848

as .o She Dlto. hi ot:.'. - ! j CONSOLATION.- " - " ' If she's cold, why complaia? there are others more Other hearts more coaformingly leader : No skies are to cbeckere! by sunshine and storm . As the minds of the feminine gender. warm, To-day they are, wiiliiig-so-inorrow averse , 2im they're riou now they are mocking -? They are lavish sometime as prodigal's parse, -Then as close as a miser's old slock jog. .I'm .'-.. . i . .- :' .' " ' tii I learned long ago not to sigh or.be sad . , .,. When the woaiao I loved was capricious ; , . Bat I say to myseif, 'Peter, laugh and be gltul, There are other girls quite as delicious.' .. ' Though her smile be a sort a the gleam of a alar, And her blush like the tint of the morning, . There are lassies and ladies more beautiful far And much less addicted to scorning. ' ' ' If she whom I prize over diamonds and gold, " Confers her sweet self on another, i . . I reflect, though not young I am not very old, -And there's no use of making a bother...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1848

r. f 1 1 H Cull'l. UI. J.i THE POLYNESIAN, f ae Official Journal of tbo Hawaiian Government, pobliJl weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. CIIARKES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. Or cnpf aaaam, la advaac, -(no Pit rpr n mania, la aJvauce, ....... 3 so .it C'I'ir. - -- -- - ......... i2 Rate of Adrertiaia. On qu, (1 linre), 6rl iBaertioa, a 1,00, each coo 1 aJ, ii eta ; aoe half aqaare ( linea or le), tint &' ci.s each continuance I2 ct.; Cania.no ,Kf. fcc. 'H eiceedim oae half anaar. ov the year, S6.00; tt't -rrJio; oae juare, 10.00. Yearly adverliainf; not ,ctiit '' :' eoiuwa, M00; nt caceeUin on 0m, i.uJ.JK Yearly aJvcrtiamf hunted to the ad it r.;t uioe. L. rx.' .1 rrriMcmriia. Twenty-five rent per line, for v t'l invnioa, and an a ad oae-fourth cent fur each ajt.wnl inerlHa. Trji-ol atvrnir Bra required to pay in advance. Litl Aftnttfor Ikt Polyneia. I, ,!. H fiawa. Boavna.. - (1 H.JimitCo. H lj. - liti"ja. Faaciaco, War J Minna. T.airi. L'Krtl a Mu raa.t. J. II. Ulraaua. V, W. VIS...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1848

THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JULY 22. SANDWICH ISLANDS NEWS. We have forborne noticing this journal here tofore because we have regarded it as unworthy of notice; and we only allude to know for the purpose of giving our readers a few specimens of the consistency, candor, veracity and sagacity of those who have the credit of its conduct. In Hawaii, as in all other countries, political op position and an opposition paper were found to be necessary. Opposition properly conducted is beneficial; and an opposition paper is often times the means of reforming abuses and bene fitting all parties. The Hawaiian government, conscious of no wilful errors, and willing that its acts and measures should be openly discuss ed was not only willing but anxious that those who complained so much should possess the means of defence the power of the press. For this purpose we procured a press and gathered together materials for a paper some from the Mission office and some from our own which, when c...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1848

mmrm cautions Sit ftlltir Iiltan. In, rSIllSH - . . IV stagnation WM confin principally! fun''n lt,,on- Domestic busin " , .nJ. The pro markrt w as alnin " h supplM"''- PrifM were low for ihe season. !" '. ; Gi Triai Pork SS a 8.50; Mew . n.0 J; Hamst. I- thr general opinion that tbe treaty of WOulJ I-" ranucu dj rue .Mexican govcrn- Ilntt. AmunMfl ii. :ever nau wen ap I Mtnitrrlo Mei'ioo. '"jV universal sentiment in tbe United State it vtt ban been treated h ith tbe rroM ,r.u.iie by the alminitrution. The fact bai requested a Court Martial to try '' n vff-ler, end tbat, inntcad of comply, the President ordered tbe Hero of Churu U'"rc CMirt I"!""?! ' H cal i.i trite indignation, and one which will . ( the p'i'u'"r jmt.wihiee. Pbiladrljd ia Inquirer of April 15th eavs runiorrd ht Mr. Marcy Secretary of UthJ lcen pp,intw Minister to Kuis, 1 (hit rn- r,'rce New Hampshire waa to ..rrrd bim. fiu M. ly ha ojwnly avowed himself , rorrov to Henry Clay. Tbe ew lark i ,unrr - F.tiquirerof the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 July 1848

:?5 5 ;fi 1 .die' Ho. , For the Polynesian. '. PARTING AT THE END OP THE-VOYAGE. We have sailed the seat together, a small but happc band, '' " . . From the hillsides and the Tallies of the sunny Pilgrim's land ; .....' !T M . . . We hare passed Atlantic's billows, we have stero'd Pa eific's tide, -J .. v,...t "" - ' And have crossed the troubled waters calmly setting side , . by side; ;,'".',, ... ' We have often watched the sunbeams, as ibey sent their 'parting ray .(- ' ' ' To guild the sky in lovelines.4 at the closing hoar of day; . - We have seen the stars that twinkled in the lovely even- iagsky And have found their light reflected in each bright and tender eye ; ' We have wandered in the moonlight upon our vessel's deck And have fell the soothing influence her cold, mild beams reflect : We have gazed upon the ocean when its waves have sank to rest : And have witnessed a!l its grandeur when the gale was on its breast. , We have felt the soothing sympathy that flows from , hea...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 July 1848

a. i -"S . 1 A Wr. t u I I lOl, M "77.. nm vvm A 1M 111 n w Ai--.avA.s . i journal of tha Hawaiian Gaeerrrmen:, - tl 4ll .a as a a m bed weekly llnoolala, Oaha, H. I. f:lRLES K. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. ......(0 .h,ie sJ , a so . - iti ales of AVtrtiBE. IKOlnl, 1,00, Mck COM lea), Erst Card. each ewHtueoce lk et t tWe yeer, at.ao; adterliaief M esceedian oe United lo lb ad. ',i'rifrru -Tweaty-see n rr line, for m icte. a"1 nea-fcierth Rltlbfttcb l -rle. . . . . ZZl alerurr ' T advance. aa a i. mx. r-. .it aa A Ullll IMHTtl, . V. TTT1 aw. I Veersatf. J.H. f. MT. TINC F.NT, riun.R. carpenter and join- ....... .Ur rstlof lbs sbovs bn.r.crw '"k .If-. ,J 1 lw,,u'- Contrsct Jl foot biia b propoasls rnsjr b sssufd ol sita ta Iba ss, s4 tbst bis ill sl-tyt waoa Isrms as rcssoasMs ' a b'iii' t a7 ibaf Msblibinnl. I Its !!1m fr b-.ll aarp-l. 4 b - .! itM rlr. Aar arb o trailed to " " . ..libs a.rrsMad ta fall, aMt obl- r kit if reaped ia ab saith his otber 14- s U'js FP'y '7 awaerior Csiilor...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 July 1848

THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. JULY 29. Foreign Intelligence. Since our last publication we have culled some farther items from late papers, which we lay be fore our readers. United States. ' We continue our summary of news from this 'country, which we glean from the late Ameri can papers. The act to authorise a loan not exceeding $16,000,000 was approved by the President March 31st. Section 1 authorises the President lo borrow on the credit of the U, S. within one year from the passage of the act, a 6ntn not ex ceeding $16,000,000, at a rate of interest not exceeding 6 jer cent, per annum; payable quar terly or semi-annually; the loan to be reimbursa ble after 20 years from July 1st, 1849 the stock to be transferable on the books of the Treasury. Section 2 authorises the Secretary of the Treas ury with the consent of the President, to prepare certificates of stock, signed by the Register of the Treasury nnd pealed with the seal of the Treasury Department, and to cause the same...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 July 1848

T Fitt lIosoi.ru:. The French bpg Nouvrau Perseveraet arrived on Tuesday ,be 2 Jib from Tahiti, bringing despatches to ib OnMil Franc. On Wednesday, the Frrma citiaene resident on these islands and Kverl of their countrymen, now on board the Jiffi-renl vessels in port destined for California, py-t at the CNMilate of France to bear the official . that had lee received, when Moo ,jt ar Dillon ad J rested tbern to the following ef- frrt : fiTirt, The despair I bare iost re- ,!tril announce tbat it evolution baa been ae. r,,niJilMd in France, in the progress of which, the pceph displayed their acrukmed be rnlmaiMl magnanimity. A Provisional Gar- rmnM At, emanating Irwin the ajmnUneoua and unfettered choice of the people, baa eucceeded k.t found"! in I5JU. Inxmxil member are Messieurs Durnt de at m . iT.ure atnt i.ainnn.ne, ium me most eminent rtiLtcn of t ranee, wbo, by tbeir iwtriotim and uWi. bate merited I be distinction they now en- ji-f M or'" uw great national (oittrnicnt. A I'oor...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 July 1848

She Iter. " LAUGH, LADY, LAUGH. Laugh, lady, laugh ; There's no avail in weeping : Grier was never made ' ' '." To be in beauty's keeping. Tears are of a stream Where pleasure lies decaying ; '"- Smiles, Lie rays of light, " O'er sunny waters playing. Laugh, lady, laugh. Sing, lady, sing There is a charm iu singing, - When meloJy its spells Upon the aii is flingmg. Sweet sounds have often won More than the fairest faces; And harps have ever been . . . The plaything of the graces. Sing, lady, sing. Love, lady, love ; There's alway's joy in loving ; But sigh not when yon find ' ' That man is fond of roving ; For when the summer bee Takes wing through beauty's bowers, He knows not which to choose Among so many flowers. Love, lady, love. ANAGRAM OX 'UNITE AND 'UNTIE.' BY THE BOU. E. PHIPP3. Five liters, rightly placed, will give A word to lovers dear, When they in wedlock's bands would live For many a happy year. But whea their quarrels bitter grow, If otherwise combined, The self-same ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 August 1848

Vol. 5.i fi"bl weekly t Honolula, Oahu. II. I. 1URLES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. Rate of Avertilaf. tliaet). arsl tnnin, ei,oe,ecn cm. rti . Mi calf aqaan ( been less), first e. each eoatiaaaec 11 eta.; Cards, ae- 'ill 1 frieewarf.-Twty-ive cent ser liae, for LT IMPnHHi. and sit aad oa-fonh ceau for each . kiullU .t siveruser aw reeaieed U pay ia advaaca. tf A ftntt fr Iks Wyncaian, ,atit n a IKialM. wroi, - . w.v.iimici.. Mtaciac, Waraniia. In. " Lvtmi a Celt:. Hosrae. J. H. If a. rn" Slfl. W. YINCENT, UILDER, CARPENTER AND JOIN- Ira m rt9 in rtni'i prvpooito ir co ' fc .. ..iKr or all of the above brunches . kua ift nrooosals may b assured of u'lii!t IlKKIH" i lira hH n I ' , . . i . (MW,H IT1 VT. upon inn u mionvii " . It ... MbrcriiklMkiwnl. Hi ' for katUiat ara aawrpesawd, end hi werk- an af nr,t order. Any work entrusted to ar. warranted to fully meet hia abli- '"c'vT. T. caaaactioa wit la with bia other iirn aupplr af err aaaeriar California, rasit "4 Antencaa Luiabar, auit...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 August 1848

46 verse, will thus beguile the time. But, on the other hand, how wretched is the portion of that man . who dreads the dullness of his own fireside! who sees the clog of his exist ence ever seated there the same in the deadening influence she has upon his spirits to-day, as yesterday, to-morrow, and the next day, and the next! Welcome, thrice welcome, the often invited visiter who breaks the dismal dullness of the scene. Tories for Thocght. Everything is military at St. Peterburg; little fellows just from the breast must so to school, have a sword instead of a coral, a cocked hat in stead of a doll must learn to march when they can scarcely walk, and, to complete their infant education, are taken out in a coach to bivouac in the open fields. Even the scholars of the university are in military uniform. Lord Londonderry informs us that Nicholas is better acquainted with the art oft drilling and with military manoeuvres, than any man in Europe. The influence of the good man ceases not ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 August 1848

8a -ha neole, to reflect and deliberate ,nl ia Join or reject the wiabesofl j'fur my own pert only promise you to Mh tbem well witb4it fear as without con- jJJ w oVfle on what ahsll appear to u, ,ht ami "ill f lh R'PU. (Bravo.) r-c- .UimjUImhi haJ applauded the "remark t lmartine, ami eeveral of iu meinU . '.i k.m bv the band. One of them aaid Br 'Lured that "the pple are only here to support fPr iional Government. m t .marline reilied I am convinced of it . '. .'k- nation mav deceive itelf. Beware of Lml'i. of thia kind, however fine tbey tnajr i""thrl;n Brumaireof the people maj, against ' eill; rru,,M,,r0f despotism; I neitner Ti " "i -. Ta deputation then retired. Tbe asaemtilrd bwily ealiwl for the memtiera of the Iro- t,nernniett. heir vviabes were ac- 4P-- rwlf4 i; the members of the government plac tl tKrmlve a 4alforni erected at the cn Vinct of the Hotel de Ville. An immenae mhout j tirUntaltoa irreeted their arrival, all bead BrrV unrovrrrd, and a thuan 1 hand were m inf ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 August 1848

t. : i REASONS FOR RISIBILITV. ' - - Why do you laugh so moeb? Query in a BaURocm. Sweet Coz! I'm happy when I can, I'm merry while I may. For life's at most a narrow span, J- At best a winter's day : . ' ' " It cart should make the sunbeam wear' ' " ' A calmer, brighter hue, n- . -The evening star shine out more fair, The blue sky look more blue, ,, .; ; '" Then I should grow a graver man - J " ' ' . But since lis not the way, j - f ."i?'V .'2 Sweet coz ! I'm happy when I can, " And merry while I may ! ' ' v . .... .... ; ..; : . , .. ' ' .: If sighs could make ns sia the less, ' '. Perchance I were not glad '. , If mourning , were the sages jresa, RIy garb should still be sad ; .. ; . But since the angel' wings are white, ' , ' I I ' And e'en the young saints smile-;. , . Since virtue wears a brow of light,. :..,.,.-,-. And vice a robe of guile Since laughter is not under lan, Nor goodness clad in gray ' ' 4 Sweet coz ! I'm happy when I can, ' ' ' And merry while I may ! ",. ' ' J...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 August 1848

V5 f ?t 71 a. -- 1 I: ; j ykat i . w v . if m. ' v. 1 1 iK'. i ik i iri irn 10s i ik i ir m. i k. ' PJJ ' " THE POLYNESIAN, ..x.-j Journal of the Hawaiian Government, TH Zui oUy at Honolulu, Oak.. H. L HllRLES . HITCHCOCK EDITOR. TERMS. ,w r' ". ci uenths.in ,'. CP' --- rtatre of AeWertleiaf . It M J 0 - 121 naaatre, (laliaeel.trat iaaertmu, tlflt, each cos. TJtH n ; one bail" eqeare ( line cr kit), nrt ' -.a M rk eoanaaaeee l ! Card. ne- " Mt eiceeJiae " 1 aoe Mr. !.. ilf roUmn. extWj net eaeeedint eaw 1 early aJvrniMAf bailed to lb n' . taiaeaa. i i IrtrtffMfC Tereaty-n e eeete per line, for TrM- aJrtir rt rtairad la faf u adfaac. . ..... M iiala O D.JirmtCt, II. i. PiinM. raacao, waraa: saiHa. 1 Mi CailA Hoaraaav. i.M.lil. C. W. TIJICESTi Bi iCILDER. CARPENTER AND JOIN- pire la rereia propoaiu lor cia rdoa ia titaar r all of iba aboa bruncbea . I A J ! t I - 1 . ( ha ana aapala may ba aatxired of ,ai.tia attealM ta Iba aan, aa4 tbat bia vUl alrf a ba terma aa reaaoaabla ... w hun...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 August 1848

The Human Eye. 'But of all the tracks of conveyance which God has been pleased to open up between the mind of man and the theatre by which he is surrounded, there is none by which he so multiplies his acquaint ance with the rich and varied creation on every side of him, as by the organ of the eye. It is this which gives to him his loftiest command over the scenery of nature. It is this by which so broad a range of observation is submitted to him. It is this which enables him" by the act of a single " moment. to send an exnlorine look over the surface of an am Die' territory, to crowd his mind with the whole assembly of its objects, and to fill his vision with those countless hues which diver sify and adorn it. It is this which carries him abroad, over all that is sublime1 in the immensity of distance; which sets him, as it were, on an elevated platform, trom wnence he mar cast a surveying dance over the arena of innumerable worlds; which spreads before him so mighty a province of co...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 August 1848

int them, preMcd on the palace, threat rn ,.,:, the vrorlJ without. Iiut arm "'!.. . . . . the tniMfl withia oo other impression 4uO". - . of rrnrorinv thm The i .1 .Ja..u Tt... :-.i X1 Ireas i" fr"1 lh P'art J he"'"? presa- . m1 inn several iveraons were killed, . r fk rif v f nit mnli ia-r rhamiul (no! fglfy, inu iiktw i viiiiriivifn fine tfriiw J during the wlr o Marrn. 1 lie puWic head " iaJ sourxl. and a crreKmlent of the y" lt. u that be met Prince Waldemar, k an ditiiiguibeJ himself at Moodkee and p,.hb, walking; with brother officer tTx ho - t throat: perfect JaeU. rrPrclf,1l Mention cn all f. j,e king would bare len no leas aafe in " mlj,r pooiCNtn. Ha Majvay has since ap- "ed t ih wpl. Tranquility now prevails J the king everywhere received with entbu- lrriarg has alo bad it revolt, with aan- marv conequpocr' The ISth waa the open tr. The mob were dispersed by the m-n "j'te Vrtittery with their eabre. Oprnhaeen reported to be in oen in urrec t, the '"K be,D? besieged in hi...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 August 1848

t t J. Si I 3A ' Ebc CDlio. ; J3r 1" tn "citing time one needs to replenish hi geographical store-house so as to be able to recall at a moment's notice the name and position of every country and the nature and number of evsry claa that inhabits the globe. The following poetical effusion shows a few of the thousand questions, which if not put directly to an editor he is expected to be able to answer without hesi- QUESTIONS FOR THE EDITOR. Are you for taking the duty off tea? 'What's the age-of the Pope?' When will the next Good Friday be7' Are you pretty well off for soap?' Oblige me by staling the longest night.' Did Shelly make a will?' Misther heditnr, snr, who Ton the fight, The Nobbier or Brummagem Bill?' 'Can a policeman legally knock me down, ' If I ask him the way to the ferry?' Who wrote the life of Grimaldi, the Clown?' 'Whom did Julius Caesar marry? 'When was Tawell the Quaker hanged? Who bought Lord George's Gaper? ' 1 s the 'Anabtu Scanden double fanged? Are you going to...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 August 1848

mill IP " - -HHeI rrjr tl MWfii&M& X i Vol. 5 uv POLYNESIAN ..rj Joarwat of tba Hawaiiaa Government, T IbU.h trwkly at Honolala, O.K., H. L fl iRLES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. t . adat, so C-PT " asoatas, ia adrawca, X SO t' v: : " I II w - - ' L-rl Jiarriwasrasa. Tsreaiy-lsa eaata per ha, for iru isaeniaa. aad tit sad awafuarta ceets for each tMat inia. . -Tmaueat aJraruaera art raaairad to pay ia ad ,;f J ftnltor lac "W jurat a. . aea. aasaaa.. u U. Jarvee Co. ha'f f.a.n. g riiau ratsciec, Wars Mania. l.,rrt fasti. Hwaraasf. i.H.lllMsM. C. W. VIJICEST, I ILDER. CARPENTER AND JOIN- , ii . rcaarsa ta raeaise prapoaila for ase- . . Lir ta aithar all af taa abase bruscaaa ' . ttlf. at ata aid staad, ia Haaolala. Coatract - rk """ "t" Pr1" """J asaurad oi 4 ,aciata attaattoa ta tba aaasa, a ad that aia !.t ? "P " reaaoaabla ' , t aHaiaad at aay tWar aataaliahmeBt. Hia uoiii aald'" rpd. od bia work. iM, i!l af tKa firrt ordar. Aay work troated to ,. "Mad to fullj meat bia obli...

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