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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 October 1848

THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. OCT. 28. Commerce of the Islands The preseat crisiswhat is requiredHon olulu a free Port abolishment of Cus toms impositioa of a Tax oa Real Es tate. Ia view of the momentous movements which are now taking place in this quarter of the globe, it becomes a serious, and oft-repeated question, whether these movements will, in the end, pro duce a favorable or unfavorable effect upon the prosperity of these Islands. We are of opinion that the effect will be favorable, and greatly ac celerate the prosperity of the Islands,, provided the right measures are pursued by the govern ment. The position of the Islands give to them a commercial importance, independent of the ac tual consumption; but in order to retain that im portance, different measures must be adopted. The present is a crisis, the results of which will depend mainly upon the course which is now adopted. The importance of political and per sonal action, is every day becoming more appar ent. In v...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 October 1848

ud rpet- IK ?" irrf.t IWS itU"1 r to t.r . a rr The following letter of instructions addressed i c,or. ! 10 lne Collector of Customs at V a. i .. e!;-en. we copt from the CmI.'...;... rl ' " McAt tin The iiOTf rnor nan determined that under i. . ... .,nC cirrmmtanre, ne will not register anjr fif, tMit lorwaro ail applications forreg ' r rff w'rritig to the authorities at Wash i'.: awl, if ' op'nion, the vessel is enti- . i .. rrfistry, he win grant a sea letter or li hwh vill enable ber to wear the Aner. u i n l to engage in trade as an American till the deriwon in the case can be re- . i fr...n Wavbinaton. In orJer t the registry of a vensrl, the owner rfum-of wr "n"'1 suDcrile to atb declaring, according to the bent of his i ;,,!(! belief, ber name and burthen, .i.me ben and the place w here she was j,; Jrclarmi aln bis own name and place ofj ( " nH,r9 lu'n on owner, the name .ImJc i.fearh), and that he or they no .r,n arc citizens nf the United Stat-. and lUt tkrr it ne mtijerl ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 October 1848

96 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28, 184& illjiv lia. DEAL GENTLY. Deal gently with the lowly, For bitter is their lot, When by their friends deserted, And by the world forgot ; One kindly word may banish The anguish of despair, And bid forever vanish A world o( grief and care. Remember, oh I remember, It is not always May, The Wast of life's December May dme his friends away; . For when the storms of Winter In darkness cloud the sky, The earliest birds of Summer Are always first to fly. Where'er an erring brother Departs from Honor's path. Reprove bun not too harshly, Nor turn away io wrath ; But point out to him kindly, The path be should have trod, And thou will gain his blessing, . And the approval of thy God. SNATCHES OF SONG. Sighs are unavailing, . Tears are also vain ; Lovers, unlike drooping flowers . Are not restored by rain ; Maiden ! leave the fickle youth, Grief will not bring back bis truth. Words are idle breathing! Could reproaches cure, Never men would faith...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 November 1848

Vol. 5.! THE POLYNESIAN, rt,-ial Journal of the Hawaiian Government, 1 VfiM""4 at ,loBO,ttltt hu- I- CHARTS E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. W ! fT "m ci - - - -0 e?j ' months, advance M 00 3 SO Rate i AireniHi(, ),.. (i " nrst ", l.OO, each con ii iitu ; one naif tqaare (8 line or le), first '" arh eonliaaance 12 k cts.: Carda.no. "frj Jirfrtiarawato. Twenty-five cent per line, for i ir iaeruo, 1X one-fourth cents for each TrMH aJrertisers are required to pay in adraoce. List f A ffnli for the Polymeria. , ... H . liBla. BTO, - G.D.JarvaCo. H,i - B. M. Facico, Aixlrrw rmier. T iti Llt Coll:. HTCaT. J. II. Gleaaaa ISAAC MONTGOMERY, tLER IX GENERAL MERCHAN- I mr will Uep on band and for sale, a general .r Fno-rsh. French and American Drv Gosd- adapted to this market, which he will sell at tbe lest cash price, u. k oa haod and is constantly receiving a Jarre upplv of ery superior Salt, which he will sell for cask or "barter, on reasonable terms. Vat Bars capable of holding half a bushel e...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 November 1848

! was a succession of three, when we were leaving the rich Hawarrah valley. The roads in this part of the Holy Land were mere lanes full of stones between walls, or tracks through olive grounds and meadows, or paths running along shelves of the rocks, with a bit of rocky staircase at each end, about ascending or descending which our good horses made' no difficulty. Before entering the valley where old Sy char lay, between the mountains Ebal and Gerizirn, we came to the fine, fertile parcel of ground which Jacob bought. The valley opens out into this wide basin; and near the junction of the valley and the basin is the old well which is the supposed scene of the conversation of Jesus with the Samaritan woman. Some of our party wound round the base of the hill to the well; and some (and I for one) rode by the upper path, over the shoulder of the hill, and came down on ' the other side. I had thus a fine view or the whole locality; of the valley where the city lioe a narrow va llev. ric...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 November 1848

iiY . , ,, Yucatan persist In her desire to L, fortunes and her destiny with those of I'mted Stale, that t-he will ere long have '"graphical jiosition i very favorable. It ,hf form Ol prniiisJiiiar, nmrninj 4 , r..ur decree into the Gulf of Mexi out ICO i--Hv opposite to New Orleans and Mo- I"-' Ml ui'" . i :. i Me- . Control over that important part of the e would by the acquisition of the Is fTrt Cul. W'1" a nava' !tat,on t Cam bv and another at New Orleans, the whole if ioul'l be at once under our control. It ad b -L- itc of Tolmsco and Chiapas, which III""7 I -L- 1 ., ' ' the Huasaculcn, in the Isthmus of Te- nrniuwnl I m nf 1 shin rnnl wA imid to eoom-ct the Atlantic with the Pacific " n In the event of the State of Yucatan lie nneed to the I nited State, it will ! ry f.tr our government to provide for the of those two States, no that we would 'Tltsion of the route designed for connec the t' orean. We should then be in com nf the commerce of the world, and sur "CnJ M"1""0 compl...

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

100 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1848. CORSETS. When I was down io oar good town, A month ago or more, I saw very curious thing Which I'd ne'er seen before. Twas hanging in a window case, Upon a string a -straddle Looked something like an hour glass. And something like a saddle. I asked some of the people Who chanced to he at hand, What is it 1 ' hut their gibberish 1 could Dot understand. One fellow called it a 1 restraint Ou certain parlies placed, Like a decree in chancery To stay the tenant's waste. Another just the queerest chap Of any in the swarm Said 'twas not the glass of fashion : It was the mould of form. Another said -'twas a machine A lady used to rig h?r. To firing her form and life into The very smallest figure. At last a little girl came out, And think of my amaze! She aked me ' if I would not please To want a pair of clay ?' Of course, I'd heard of stays before, But, strike me deaf and dumb, If ever 1, until that hour. Suspected ' tbem was 'urn ! ' Well, is...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 November 1848

Vol. 3.1 THE POLYNESIAN, (X.,i'. journal of the Hawaiian Government ' I I I- -1 llnaiJulu 1 1 . k .. II CllULKS E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. - oo - 3 SO " , kit ni.mth, aJsaave, - - - - k -. -'" Rale mf vertMaa;. - 121 it .III"!. 6rt lUaerlHMI, t,0ft, CC COS ,V. ; "" "4'' ,iB,r' ,,l,e or ), firt fit.. 11 Car.ls, an. . .jm - iditt hail square, uy lhevrar.8ii.uo ". at ki4' l YrarlracWertiMiignnt .,,,.- c !. .iiiort; ant exreeiias; one t,.iji. I"'')' aJirtiiax UiuilrU to the ad L u i '..-i'-V. Ttrrat j-l eents prr line, for . ...i i'f.i,Mi -iMirt cents lor each v;ftt nrtmi. jfjiweoi altrrsrvr are required to pay la advisee. i ,'. II x ,aioa. IIimt.. M. Jarrrs A: C I Ma l'ai.iart, Aa.lrrw fiHIer. t.rri i il V.xrtaar. J. II. ;k-aw ii4t' MOTtJO.HKItY. rUKR IN GENERAL M ERCI IAN- I . .. . l .... r... . 1 b.tMTr- " -.- Jliicr - -i k t i. . I a V-rTint l t.n;:'"". -'" inn iiucri an wry .mA. .u'-4 wu.-n mm win sen aa ! P"'- lit ' . V --' U tnptr efery apenr Sl, which he a ell .r ra r a 1 .......

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 November 1848

t. Valuable Remedies. Sharpe's London Magazine, gives the following specific rem edies for moths, bugs and fleas. The rem edies arc worth a trial, although with regard - to tobacco smoke as a remedy against fleas, we can testify from personal experience that it is no shield against Hawaiian fleas. They will stick to a man, though he were Bacon. It is an old custom with some housewives to throw into their drawers every year, a number of, fir-cones, under the idea that their strong resinous smell might keep away the moth. Now. as the odor of these cones is due to turpentine, it occurred to Reaumur to try the effect of this volatile liquid. lie rubbed one side of a piece of cloth with tur peniine, and put some moths on the other; the next morning they were all dead, and strange to say, they had all voluntarily aban doned their sheaths. On smearing some pa per slightly with the oil, and putting this in- to a bottle with some ot me gruDs.iue wen est were immediately killed, the most vigo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 November 1848

1 r. ur CM IK I' 4 tfc- : i.I Ml d d Sti lt & rx- ,. r ft a .f l t im i- i ir if V c .-raw .V It IMV hf ftf inbpl rgriou in "ch nianer, to know the ages f of ihe distinguished Statesmen of Eng- ml America. We commence with some ? 'm.ai-icr of the Queen of Great Britain. i l' "vicu,lt P',nrton 'a8 born OI the Xjw ,74' con'luen,,)r is now ' wtit'A J car. He aucceedej hit father, Jl Vi-c""" on th ,7th of Al,ri' ,80 is He"? Jbn Temple, bein desren "?'i)n,fomHMiBncetr with Richard Tern-, " Yiraunt Cobham, the maternal ancestor of lUf of Buckingham anl Chandos. ri J-bn Hu!- H, thinl son of the oixth nf Bedford, was l"rn on the lSih of Au- i?i, 'n "'"' m y'1'1 year. "ui, of LnuJ'in, was horn on the 2nd j .t X ""' " now "X'y-ninth He succeeded his half brother the second - on the fifteen of November 1$09. ry. ,M,rn on ,',e s?p,c,,,,,?r ,.. .nJ i " f'rty-venth year. lie tne rclelirated Karl, father of the Re 'e Mt hH opjortuiie enactment aved Briton (mm Revolution. ,H of Cl."-rlit was bo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 November 1848

104 ANGRY WORDS. Angry words re lightly spoken, In a rash and thoughtless hoar ; Brightest links of life are broken By their deep insidious power. Hearts inspired by warmest feeling, Ne'er before by anger stirred, Oft are rent past human healing By a single angry word. Poison-drops of care and sorrow, Bitter poison-drops are they, Weaving for the coming morrow Saddest memories of to-day. Angry words ! oh let them never From the tongue unbridled slip : May the heart's best impulse ever Check them, ere they soil the lip! Love is much too pure and holy. Friendship is too sacred far, For a moment's reckless folly Thus to desolate and mar. Angry words are lightly spoken, Bitterest thoughts are rashly stirred, Brightest links of life are broken By a single angry word. SPEAK NOT HARSHLY. Speak not harshly much of care Every human heart must bear ; Enough of shadows sadly play Around the very sunniest way ; Enough of sorrows dark'y lie, Veiled uiihiu the merriest eye. By thy childhood's gus...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 November 1848

'vy -.rf i j 1 tup POLYNESIAN" .x,l Journal of the Hawaiian Government, lUH weekly at Honolulu, 0hu, H. I. cHlRLES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. 6 00 S M TERMS. . m trtm, ia advance, - - . SS "--.l: : : : ; Rate el ami Mttt lit liaes), nrsl l amnion, a I, 00, each coo- j4 each rootiauance lit eta.; Carda.no. " . aiiiitn .ar railr-rtiux '1L t m fcalf '" wot; not eiceerlins; one , tl ." ' " ' f', ssa beMeess. J , ilr.ertiwnU. Trenty-fie eenM per line, for '.v. ntiim. ad ail and one-fourth cents &r each srat isaeruea. fftrtteat I'ru" ' J fj f J rent for the Polynesian. .. n eisM. B - (.D.JirwitC. .Sl'l. ."' I KllC MOXTt.OMERY, W.LF.R IN viENEKALa MKRCIIAX h LiE, '' " l,nl fr aale, a general ..! .if E-'"1-. French and American Dry ,ad sJap'ea ' . w un ii iii sen at lo.eal I""- u- ky aiad ana i ctn-4antlr receiving m ! ifr af ert -nerior Silt, which h will aetl f ,,. r ner."n reasonable term. I rlpAl1 ""'U1" uuiici cavil, l ..riirei ia order, m hand and for aale. . j w . . i. i ii o UPI,ea n...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 November 1848

106 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, NOV. 18. CIVIL OBEDIENCE. In connection with the subject of ' Political rights ami obligations ' upon which we publish ed an article in our last number we cannot re frain from giving a few remarks on the extent and obligation to civil obedience. The law of nature proposes few motives to obedience except those which are dictated by ex pediency. The object of instituting govern ment being the good of the governed, any means of attaining that object is, in the view of natural reason, right. So that, if in any case a govern ment does not effect its proper objects, it may not only be exchanged, but exchanged by any means which will tend on the whole to the pub lic good. Resistence arms civil war every act is, in the view of natural reason, right if it is useful. But although good government is the right of the people, it is, nevertheless, not suffi-r cient to release a subject from the obligation to oledience, that a government adopts some mea sure...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 November 1848

a rtV TERRITORIAL fiOVF.RV. iiat.iv'- 1 ME NT. jV following i a brief summary of the pro f the act to establish a territorial g ov ' : Orer1- lh House of ileprrsen- Mhh-.belloU,e,u committee of , on the state of the Uuion che clerk ti"- ---ttr provides that, after the pas ,( lb "". ,Hat I,art '" territory of . Mat wiih u lira wcsi 01 me kuni'int T t !2iy .Mountains, known as the territory !.ref". " nrtn,tU "'xl constitute a jr government, by the name of the Ter "T.ri '( Orrgon. provided that nothing Contain-ri'- tbe at shall I must rued to impair th K,v f IM"rM,M or ProI"'rty now pel""'"? to jM.a in iJ territory, no long as such the Lnitetl Mates and such In- K . . . . . fcwren , thru I4H.I. rnTTy, or tuner ngntn, ' .. 1... or otherwise, which it would liar ki !. . ' . ' ,,e.-iit for the govw-mmiit to make, if . bvl never u. c? mwi; ami provi.ie.i , . jhm- r!tt!i!icl in tnis act snail tie con- , mhiWit the government of the United n ll'llll Oil HIII'B miii inimnj lulu (nil mot trrri...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 November 1848

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1848 From the New York Joaraal of Commerce- MEANING OF WORDS. We know the meaning o( most words By sound as well as tight; They mean, although they bare bo mein, So mind and write them right. For thas in eccentricity,' One sect good many c't. Also in habbnbubberous,' The 6's are thick as bee. There are no ft in English eyes But e' there are in ' ease ' A does want ye to make it aye,' There's bat one p in pea. Some judge judge the English tongue, But kill it with a breath ; With wind and words they sentence some Fine sentence to death. A sea-horse is a sea-horse, when Too see him in the tea; But when you see him in a bay, A bay horse then is he. Of course a race course ia'nt coarse, A Jine is fax from fine; It is a saddening sight to see A noble pine tree pine. If miner are all minor, then Their guardians get their gains ; All glaziers extra paint should take To pnt id extra pane. A kitchen maid is often made To bum her face, and broil it ; A la...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 November 1848

ij 5 Iplr in k i X i'! . "til ! 1-1 Ik 'a a f "!. .u it. itk . ' '. M; til T ' la. ; k !. At i ai!. i cer I tkv. l. r. im: BJ . t I. IK Im or tb ' p1? f lid ittct MM, I I all v fnllea- ra, r f i k im! tt ball W -ml f isv rd f D I ! I l.e Ut( r ua H liia 4-1 l I s of L it al f- lleC- I i .1,. be altr' fun ran1 i i rd ilo1 el"l i will' 1 . 1" " n I i1.i j ' rl ... ' m III I, f..l' ra. " an aa. ' r " n " aja - raf' and. .ad rr , rerof A kr I 0M r, - 0 THE POLYNESIAN, 1 I "vviiiiireui I f -1 f lliwiiika flu .K . . CHRLES E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. fpf fr dnce, - - - -- 00 Otc-itf ui itMMilh,l aJT.ace, ....... 3M yj-ic c'pi, - 12) Rate or A4ertiiag. Ok (I fif iiwrrtioa, l.OO, each coa- .lt(iartici-; vi'tare Iioe or le), Brl rtHNi, i ., eoatiaoiic 12 Aj ct.; Card, no. kc riJifea.f qr,bjr lK year, t,00; t.nliafiM wr, !.. 1 rrljr advertiaiof nnl .1 .! 'r'f admitting umiiea to tbe ad- r,fir "a niar. .-f i l Irrrlitrmrmt i rraiT-nre eeiMa per line, lor w'ari ifiio, aad ait a4 oite-fuartb ee...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 November 1848

110 Capabilities. It has often been a ques tion whether great men are the producers or the produced of great crises. We see a Cromwell live fort years a quiet country town life, till at length a national convulsion arising, he, being strongly interested in the views of one of the parties, dashes forward, and, before passing fifty, has all but the crown of England upon his head. Again, we see a French sous-lieutenant of artillery plunging into his country's history at a time of similar confusion, and making himself the most formidable sovereign upon earth before he is thirty-five. If we'were to limit our re gard to such facts as these, we should be disposed at once to conclude, that a man of . . . . .1- i powerlul character is noining, uniess an up port unity arise for his entering upon a grand career. But, on the other hand, we often see a powerful mind arise in times compara tively tranquil, and work great marvels, ap parently by its own inherent energies. We see at times what seem...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 November 1848

ne trrth never come but one. Chil.lren ; in "' J" ' .v. -.i.atw-nt iaw, mm wi vinica come be- fir-thane rmiine afterwards -J Irniporarr ieeih are riven us for 1 to I retained until they are suc 'j L thr prrmnrtent ones; thua will be seen -rtiK of he ss'ne care and means be- ...J.nrtl fr their itrmrrvation until nature r' e them lv al-rHion of their root (for -txrt lorJ nouia ueeny j a are ujx.n the second net. Should the ..U ite I followed we should seldom have io deplore men a deformity as that re- C'riTTBt r Kirt. We brliere there are tmex of land i:pon these 'sin ml which be wad to produce Rice. Whether it pfdure.l at urh rates as to compete with .t- rre-r" '"? rou,,,""' or no,f ' "" not urrJ lo With the view of calling alien- t-Jtfc' Hrcl we ,,''h ' following ar Vian the culture of Ilice in China. j-,e fame conduct this cultivation with , err. endeavoring in this, as in all the olfi Ll' auMiHlry in which they engage, to draw the ,n'" F"'1 uaible produce. IV rare f h eultivator b...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 November 1848

112 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 184a Slje CDlio. LABOR. Ho ! ye who at the anvil toil, And strike the sounding blow, Where, from the burning iron's breast, The sparks fly to and fro ! While answering to the hammer's ring, And fire's intenser glow Oh ! while je feel 'tis hard to toil And sweat tb long day through. Remember, it is harder sttfl To bars no work to do. Ho ! ye who till the stubborn soil, Whose hard band guides the plough. Who bend beneath the summer sun, With burning cheek and brow Ye deem the cure still clings lo earth From olden time till now ; But while ye feel 'tis bard to toil. And labor all day through. Remember, it is harder still To have no work to do. Ho! ye who plough the sea's blue field Who ride the restless wave Beneath whose gallant vessel's keel There lies a yawning grave: Around whose bark the wintry winds, Like fiends of fury rave Oh ! while ye feci 'tis hard to toil, Remember, it is harder still To have no work to do. Ho ! ye upon whose fever...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 December 1848

w w si lm ii 4 H a. U. .1 M wire- i1 i. ; ri. . t. Al 'I. r ! hat o K N fl eat a .1 t. l I Ike h .c- .fa I el I I it i irer v t ;t t aV- r ei ia a a I'd. 3.1 tiiK POLYNESIAN. Journal of lh Hawaiiaa Government, bt4 y Honolulu, O.bu, H. . E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TKltMS. r4Pff " - . It on . . . 3 o ,v-' " .......... s ' . I t Rates l Aiirmwui w, ,t ii !). iorriua, 1,00. each con. 11" . ml . . i li n. rru riiiinin vi . ; varum, do. raif ' 'I"'' 1- earl adfertismg mi i ' ci n . WW; ail extediBg one T n. Vrrl) aJertoij hauled lo the ad- m Piw , j I r,,f,vW -TreotT-fie wi per liae, for " ' ...I .. ..A -C..n k r al. C rk , 't ni"W.. " ti i't"n " requirea lo p) Jf luce. Ut f Jr'tttfor the i'olynerian. H aaiatua. K-Ti,- ..!. J.r.A Co. a f,ina tasBt-iaro, a-lrrs Putter. .'n L-aHi Wra.BBV. J. II. Ulroaua i;.KR IN i EN KRAI. MF.RCHAN- i1.F '' nn irni and for sale, a general x,4 t U?'J io ', lch he rill aell at i u. ... o ' Mnattmlr rewimi a I " . y - fi. I .kL - .11 II aM..t ai r,H .... . ... ... ...

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