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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 March 1849

4 i. It -it fl I s. -V ' e i 174 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MARCH 17. 3" The Legislative Assembly is to meet on the last Monday in April, and we are inclined to anticipate that the time of its members during the Session the n to commence, will be occupied as much in amending acts already in force, as in passing new ones.- For statute laws, as is too often the case with those who enact tbem, soon er jot later grow out of date; and this is very easily accounted for, since Kingiloms and States, like men, have their infancy, their youth, their prime of existence ; after that, they come to be elderly, then imbecile, and that ushers in decay, j They grow up and they grow old, they rise and they fall, but are never stationary ; and it is this " restlessness which calls for hew laws in the place of olci ones unless indeed the statute-book is tept up to the spirit and exigencey of the times by constant revision 'and remodeling. It is during .the first and the last years of a country...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 March 1849

.i rfT ",r Ocam Mosabcm. We .iimmi Hi he fact f II w los of the above- mhikt veck since. We now rojiy .. Vl'iltuM-r k. Smith. KuritMaii Tinif-"if (4h. full d-tvl 'f this sad occurence : trt. m our rxiwrietiec a jumatita, has it ,.nr I 't f' 'M. a more I'.iiiit'ul or im-lan-" , rl itnlii than the complete destruction K Ui picket hip Ocean Monarch, Cnt. Jjjwb, vh" t"'k place o(T I lie port of Liv .j .mi TueaJny laC The nolde ship hasliu ',' a p") I" tMt' ful sacrifice of hu- ' , IW ba I tkl'H ..oe. t. i!i"u!'j-t i one of hart-n-tMl-ritig and ..ice"' itrrt, have endeavored to col ;lH. Hiit amide detail n-Hctma it origin, v if s "' r' rr ure that In.lb , rt -jn-l " anil littf trader w til i cruse , .itx" wtili much aiiictt. W bit waited Uiti Captain Murdoch, ami , .uL.iii i' bic the fdl jug iiri'ICl.M. STATEMENT. fiK f in Monarch, 1300 ton I .on lien, loft v MrrtV cailj on Thuradfly, with about 330 Irt-iril, including the crew and passen We ili 1 ril the pilot about 9 o'clock, i.lmi iby...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 March 1849

) t 176 EI)C , lio..- SONG OF THE RAIN I$ROPS. . Oh, merrily, merrily now we come From our home far up ia the aky, So cheerily, cheerily, one tj one, Dowb to the green earth, away, we hie. We dance aloof our joyoiia, merry way, Foot-step haste whh skipping measure, Merrily autf we all the live long day, - Work is play and task is pJeasuie. We're harrying-, harrying through the air ' Making musk where'er we pass, Our lively songs, ye hear them every where, ... Echoing from joar window glass- ... . -. We roguishly kiss the glassy green lea res, ' Wake the birds ia their rosy bowers, I Linger to play wader the shady trees, " Hide and go teak" with the flowers. We hasten aloDg in a joyful troop Aad light on the white crested wave, . The waters dash over the laughing group, And we rise from a watery grave. A loving train, hurrying band in hand, We com from oar cartained home above, Then ildly warning, a scattered band, Haste to perform our work of love. , The sun looks out on the fresh g...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 March 1849

' : - - 7V yw . . v . ggBBBBBaBjg ' Vol. 5.1 THE POLYNESIAN, ,y(rl Journal ef th Hawaiian Government, ' uUUJ wrk.ljr at Honolulu, O.l.u, II. 1. fjj t CLKS (JOttDON HOPKINS, EDITOR. TKRM8. .tnpt I"' a.nvn, ia ailvaace, - It 00 ,rji ' mNiib,ia advaare, . ...... 3 fcO ik ,-it tup-. ----------------- Hi tales of ArftertUiag. -qjr, (la I.rl tau-riNMi, I.OO.rath con. w4tfta ; n bail Tr' (4 in or !), fin. I um.H "' v- eobtioeaace U el.j Carls, no .. i. 'aot rnrJiojon b!l iuar-ltv llw year, S6,lM; n-erAmZ oo I"'''. ,M. i early adverttainf ant l.t a ball co'.bwb, i(Xl But rirretliB; o ", .'. Vesrly l-rtiin; limited in the ad. rfUrf reire. Url I Irr'Uttnunl' . Twcotv-five reals per hoe, for v rt iflrtion, aoJ ii aoJ oue4iMirth crats fur each ,wral iurrna. frugal airertir are required I pay ia aJvauc. jf A far tkt Polynesian. .. . . . II . .. f Ik t . a. r"a ruirmn, awimi riHier, r.aitt. i,mi . ini, ui .,AC MOSTfiOMKRY, KI.F.R IN' GENERAL MERCHAN- iMoE. will keep on hand and Tor aale, a genera...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 March 1849

178 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MARCH 24. C3We insert below a communication ad dressed to us by Mr. Judd, founded upon the article attracted from the " Alia California," which we published in our last. VVe hare heard from one or two quarters that our short caption has been supposed, from a little carelessness in the wording, to mean more than we intended. We merely wished to commend the fairness of the deductions of our California contemporary, so far as he was in a osition to judge from a mass of correspondence and exaggeration in the shape of newspaper articles on the subject. Many things that have been put forth on the subject of the manuscripts, in a begging-tbe- question sort of a way, and are called facts in California, pass by a different name here. Mr, Judd, himself, however, in one sense, uncon sciously corroborates the justness of our remark that the observations and conclusions contained in that article were candid in their tone . drawn from the faett (so called i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 March 1849

KtM Mill to be the port of military olunow has Irthen out in Tanttcn, the to annex that province to the United jr. l" l,r,,, w n"1 tant when the Jviitry will frni part of the American ,torr prevail thvl the purchase of fulia tm tic oernnient is actually in ',,.. Thil it vtouhl lie a iuot important diii.Mi fur the United Slates no one can Iwl there Mie olitac-le iu slavery. I ltee ,hc Union will ever consent to iu ' iittmi with iu slavery. t m an interesting fart that the Colony of jmt, eiaiiiiineo turougri ine extraordinary aion f the American Colonisation Society, ilrJ ! 1 lrre rrtf and slaves who (wmritwocip ited, has U-en recognized ly m friih eminent a an inleciilrni State jil'iciiij successfully and prosperously. I'ranrr. fV Constitution haL been concluded and ,,ri fl io tle Assembly, by a majority of ysier.1. umlay, ."Nov. 12th, was the day .sicJ ( it puUic pniclaiiistion in the V J-' I'oiiconle, in presence of the Asscni ,nVers f the Executive fiovrrnnient, tbe puff! ,ne 5"N"...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 March 1849

0 180 for (Dlio. "TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN." T OH OP THB OIDU." . How hard when those who do not wish To lend, that's lose, their hooks. Are snared by anglers, lolks that fish With literary books; Who call and take some favorite tome, Bat never read it through ; Tbey thus complete their set at home, By making one at you. X : I, of my u Spencer" quite bereft, Last winter sore was shaken : Of - Lamb," I've but a quarter left, Nor could 1 sate my V Bacon." And then I saw my " Crabbe" at last, -, Like Hamlet's backward go; , And, as my tide was ebbing bat, . Of course, 1 lost my " Rowe." My " Mallet" served to knock men down, Which makes me thus a talker ; And once, when I was out of town, My " Johnson" proTed a " Walker." While studying o'er the fire one day, My " Hobbes" amidst the smoke, They bore my " Colman" clean away, And carried off my Coke." They picked my ' Locke, to me far more Than Bramah's patent's worth ; And now my losses I deplore Without a ' Home' on earth. If once a ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1849

o., ' ' 'I rflE POLYNESIAN, ' . . r i II . . rttii ttl.ljr SI ll'HMHUli, WAIIU, II. I. .k-jliOUIMlN HOPKINS, KDITUU. TKKM8. . . . al I I . .a I .. . I m anaam, ia nlitMt, .. 16 o " w4 m-miiU, l advance, J W i Rates of Advertising. a l HI, f" nmuaaamr ig is. ( aiiuM, w . -cu'S? ball sonare, .v the year, '.; ' I ... ail -- . ,j.at"u aware, iu.i". i early advertiaio not kli co'ama aji.oO ; H cxoeedies mk 1 M Veai!) e4-rtiin? limited to the ad . ! i ff.T..f Tw-ljr-lire rents per line, for ara liaklW!. , , mv. aJ an "J onc-ioana cruu lor cacb jivr.t are rr.uwr io pay in ativancc. Jfcnt for tSe i'olyneriitn. fHa I H"Xi, i4itw fotur. lru 4 :nr . Vmriiii, J. II. Ukaaua i-.nr Montgomery, .-.tni iv :kni:ual merchan- t , I - -1 " - a. ' wE, ar "N 'ia,,,l d ir Bale, a general of Kagtih, French and A me rira n Pry iiar-tee to this market, which bo will sell at r ks a hand constantly reining ., .jt' frrrr superior Salt, which b will sell '..k ar barer, n rraaonnbla term. kit Ba. capable of bottli...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1849

1S2 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. MARCH SI. t&- If we are not under a misapprehension, there is a feeling amongst the foreigners scatter ed over this group and participated in by those resident in Honolulu, that something might or ou"ht to be done to render the execution of the duties devolving by law upon the several Gover nors f islands more expeditious, business-like and wire.'' Aud certainly those high officers have it so much in their power to facilitate the opera lions of individuals and to encourage the gen eral "improvement of the country, that the pub lic may 'well look at them and their acts with no common Interest. In the index to the 3d Kame hameha III. the Jist of transactions to be per- formed by the Governors occupies four pages, so those who have not a law-book by Uiem win easily understand tbey must be rather numerous, Many and perhaps roost of them are of a foreign form and.comrdexion, difficult m the eyes of those who have hitherto been unfamiliar with t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1849

d" .a,-i.frc. by thr-ir country. We r-half stan.l .i.ii n I e li.Htlr, nlvmgoti a just Prov- jn-t Prov niftier did tnkp rare of bitu m.f iKMf .Imt, and navnl them from tlir .nrt which, lci;ni'.lly or not, their own j urriiin'iit had wl f.r thrni! .lt.-r tb battle f lJuetiu Vista, Ccnrral jl'r j iT I through Monterey, but only toi prd hi tin- l n iiz tnough iodine; for he ,4n. fr ihe li-in.tr winch nil were ready to I""'- Tliouli absolutely tvorn out by UUl'uc, be after dinner remounted his old char- frr pr.reeded tiit quietly to the rrjKc of, biaii rattif. 'I he inter al Iwtwcen the battle of Monte , ;.h I Iwieua Viti, an. hi ultimata departure frtrtti Mexico, raa stwnt ly firm ral Taylor rlnHlv at hi ramp near Monterey. And here n , afirr nil tho etritinr events on that line kvl tn l, a ii. I those on the line from Vera (ru4 Mexico errt ucecfullv nilvaiK-ing -mi l when, t, cery mail from tin? States came freighted with adulation from almost every ourcr, and prcaage of xlitial eleva...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 March 1849

184 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MARCH 31, 1849. &I)c (DUo. THE PARTING OF SUMMER. BY MBS. HE5IANS. Thou'rt bearing hence ihy roses. Glad Summer; fare the well ! Tliou'rt singing thy last melodies la every wood and dell. But in the golden sunset Of the latest lingering day, Oh! tell me o'er this chequered eaith How thou hast passed away? Brightly, sweet Summer! brightly Thine hours have floated by, To the joyous birds of the woodland boughs, The rangers of the sky. And brightly in the forests, To the wild deer bounding free; And brightly midst the garden flowers, To the happy murmuring Lee. Cut how to human bosoms. With all their hopes and fears; And thoughts that made them eagle wings To pierce the unborn years? Sweet summer, to the captive Thou ,hast flown in buming dreams, Of the woods, with all their hopes and leaves, And the blue rejoicing streams; To the wasted and the weary, Ou the bed of sickness bound, lo sweet, delicious fantasies That changed with every sound; To the sai...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 April 1849

,01. THK POLYNESIAN, v(r..il Journal of tha llav-aiian Government, ,. ti!hr4 rkiy at llowol Urn, Oahu, II. I. i :i i f t . i v liiik i vw L'iii rui TERMS. , r t aisam. ia adva-tee, no - IM - li. ,n i MKMikk, M aJvaace, Rates f Adtertiaiag. i-m (14 liar a). U'l wfrtimi, si.UO, esch coa- ,.c 4rts 4 mm hall uar line of leas I, lirl . ..-a, J-t ci , rvli ruit nniiHi li, eta.; Car-ls. . . . a. 4iai ae b!t ), ly the )ear, S6.1W; -i !,. . Vrarlya-UrrtmiBjuoi mf kali ri.ia.itn, Sill'; nut eicrrtline; one . Iti )i. Vcaily a-lirrUsiuJ limited l the ad .' rf'a eara bsaiseaa. ri Tweutvnee cent iwr lia. for t'M MtNtiM, 81 sis tf-lourth cenu lor each . I laaarliaa. ; tKat aJtertiaera iHeJ 1 a)" advance. Liaf .If nit. for te l'Jynr$Uin. .. . m - t a . . .lift, .., ar.f-aKv. IIMI. .TO, - M tlttlWH, aaV- tirilrr. Moaraatt. J. il.uk-. 1AC MONTGOMERY, v I.Kit IN GENERAL MKRCIIAN- plr'. ill Ik'T " "d and for a central -f l.u.liah. Freutb and AmerM-an Urv aaakasT aa, ay (w) adapted l tbia msrset, which ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 April 1849

1S6 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, APRIL 7. CO" We are so frequently called upon to make allusions to those who govern, that it af fords relief sometimes to speak of the people that are governed; and we are in the habit of seeing and hearing so mnch set forth to the dis paragement of the latter class, that it becomes a double gratification to touch on any act or characteristic of theirs which docs them credit. Feople are too apt to approve of or condemn entirely; they seem to forget that men's minds like their bodies appear by turns in light and shade, and that the evolutions of time as certainly develope the principles of good and evil within sis as the motion of the earth leads on to day and night. It is true some minds seem to be espec ially adapted to the latitude of Lapland; but the pall of night comes eventually to be fringed -with the rosy streak of morning even in that dis mal region, although perhaps those who look for. it may be justified in exclaiming with Prince Cha...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 April 1849

t ti or .New York. The J,rl "f ('aniinrrre thus enumerate ihe jrsi" '"I1- '"'h-d, r contemplate.! by the klpNiicnitrririf in ttliirli Fl K. r p. at !- e.i-.re., lathe nhm extensive l ' chararti-r yet undertaken ly i-.lt final in the 1'iMie.l States; one in ab Bjr.M m i,wi,imio arc involved Mr. Mii.-mMaira I ft.. construction of (ire iHMf-n.e air, to ly Utwrrn New ,.,1 and I.ir(n4, atal carry the IJ. S. Mail. U ,t.i r7 hi be the largest fra.n riu rrM Is rrr built. 1.w nf thrM,.re nw far advan.lrd; one i II. Ilrown. an.1 tl. .i.. ; tk,t4 JanrfilWII, at , .ubibl Loth l ltrhcd mi No.emU-r. Their ratrrtne Uncth leer, iK-ra.ita of liratu 46 fe.-t.dei.tbof J -" "v win ineaaurc oim, or ).it the Mtiie a the Ureal Ilmam i. ,, .ii. i.ll lhat I bey .ball t, coniVrd in M. , 1., make (heir first trip in Ihe early part of it (ill of 1149. In mold, they are unlile anT n' " iwretire built, having more floor Utd snsriwr run. I u i.t - . ' f - "iib'ibi a cutwater ami carry ..bowsprit. Ihnr frame are a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 April 1849

188 SI)C Olio. Frura Jerrold i Magaziae. THE SNOWDROP IN THE POOR MAN'S WINDOW. It was a darksome alley . Where light but celdotn shone, Save when at noon a son-ray touched The little sill of siooe . Beneaih the poor man's window, Whose weary life was bound, To watte at one dull, ceaseless task The passing seasons round. . Spring's dewy breath of perfume, And Summer's wealth of flowers, Or the changing hue of Autumn's leaves Ne'er blest his lonely hours; t . He knew too well when Winter Came howling forth again He knew it by his firelew grate, The snow, and plashing rain. . Pierced by the frost-winds healing, His cheerless task be plied ; Want chained him ever to the loom By the little window's side; But when the days grew longer, He stole one happy hour To tend, within a broken vase, A pale and slender flower. i How tenderly he moved it To catch the passing ray, And smiled to see its folded leaves Grow greener every day. is faded eyes were lifted oft, To watch the Snowdrop bloom To...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 April 1849

s: V .Us THK POLYNESIAN, rteO'tMial J-wewalof lb Hawaiian Government, H jMklwbcd weekly at Honolula, Oaha, II. I. t H I H I.K.N i I M S HO r K I N S, ED ITO R. TKRM8. iV iff eases. m a4aao, -- lieo r,f mnaiha,! alvance, -.-- S M fW epee, .....-........ I2 Ratoe of AoverlUla:. iiM .'. (is iet), art iaamia, ei.OO, rack ro ..a licit ( mm !!( a-para ( Irnea or !), fir.t rtuee, eia., aarh rwliiuwi li eta. i Carda, no. . . j . . k.ll t. tr I k. ir.tr ar. ml. t4M-radef .mm at rr, HoM. Vrarljf adertiint al otiaf aa kail ewmma. iwi! not eaeeediua; nt . . sisi.si. Veail) a Wrrti.iuj limited to tiie ad- Ufa A lar,r. Twenty Be eeaie pre 1mm, for -w ! ii, aJ an tad oee-fourtb eenta for rack ?raaaee4 tnruwfi era raaawsd ( pay la adraaoa. Lit! ra rlka PotfHfijn. t.etie. t.a.TU M a. M4ai. Utmtm,. U.UJirtnfcCt. J tare, Aadrvw Palter. v.isrsaa. J. ll.l. CM.F.lt IN GENERAL MKRCIIAN- PlK, will keep oa hind a ad lor sale, a general mii ef En lieh, French and American Dr rt, ailpted la tkia saarket, a ba...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 April 1849

190 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, APRIL 14. Foreign Intelligence. By the arrival of the Russian American Com pany's bark Prince Menzikoff, 19 days from San Francisco, we have been put in possession of files of New York papers to December 2d, and a XSo. of Wilmcr and Smith's European Times of date Dec. lSth. The news by this arrival is highly important and interesting. The "California," the first of the North Pa cific Steamship Line, arrived at San Francisco on the 23th of February.. She left Mazatlan on the 27th. Gen. Persifor F. Smith, and suite were among the passengers. The " Alta Cali fornia" remarks of the steamer: Th California is trulv a magnificent vessel and her fine appearance as she came in sight off the town, called forth cheer upon cneer irom our enraptured citizens, who were assembled in mas ses upon the heights commanding a view of tbe Bay, and in dense crowds at the principal whar ves and landing places. She passed the vessels of war in the harbor under a salut...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 April 1849

i bae weired the Washington Union Ex Ir,f per. 1st, containing the President's Mn- mi ts Co"1' extreme length, occupy- injl'''" tue amnion, precludes tbe Uiity f ur publishing more than a slight ,WTuftrr,nc'l,,'f,',ur' A large Mrtion refer lo California, and the President cciim u br f""y awake to importance of speedy ikh in ihe matter ufa government for that ter rir anJ rrjfon, and rt-conirncnU the imme J,4t cuMihiiwnt, at San Francisco, of a y,nrk mint. IV f .ll-ming rfcrtly uiimistakeable and ripbt frw aril atnertioti of the President may plant some. V revenue baa been or eoukl be collated at parts in California, because Congress failed niutaurue the estaUishmetit of custom-houses, the pHi.umeol of officers for that purpose. An J again: h will le important to extend our revenue bacuirr tbeae IVrrituriee, aod especially over ((!j.iraic, at mn ariy period. There is already ( rauMJeralde ewrarwerre wuh California; ami tfU:J ports of entry hhdil Ite established and co rtor appointed, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 April 1849

is- 1! f V t i ! i I I i , fi 1 ft ?! r V! 5 ; Mt lio.7 r : -il.l GEMS OF POSEY. i . Her closed lips' -Were dehrate as the timed penciling Of veins upon a flower; and on her tbcek The timid blood had faintly melted through, Like something that was half afraid of light. There was no slighter print upon the grass Than her elastic step; and in her frame . There was a perfect symeirT, that seemed Aerial as a tod's. Puikney. There are some happy moments in this lone And desolate world of ours, that well repay The toil of struggling through it, and atone For many a long sad night, and weary day.. They come upon the mind like some wild air . : Of distant music, when we know not where - Or whence, the sounds are brought from; and their j ' power, Though brief, is boundless IIMedc. . When gratitude o'erflows the swelling heart, And breathes in free and nncorrupted praise For benefits received, propitious heaven 1 Takes such acknowledgments as fragrant incense, ' And doubles all its blessings...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 April 1849

I f IV!. rilK POLYNESIAN, .al Jaalef Governiweal, VlJ "k,J " HH.lula. O.ku, H. I. attui(m)osuorKiNs,i;i)iTOR. TERMS. ,v, ... aalk,,H (, 3 11 lri of AdverlielBf. I i cu. Card. eo 4 l. a4 a; 1 aea aae-aaaria crai vac . . .. 1 . klrrrltwr reamed 10 pay ia advene. . ... M a aaaae. Baetwe.. .D. JaraeaACa. . . .' a r Fa tat tare, aaaraai Foliar. .araav. j.ii.i; U MOITCONKRY, .v'vtMi 11 f iirtr a r.U.KIl IN ---laf taf'. re oca d Amencaa Dry ia-Upteaieiara --"....a .. raak prices. kaa k" " eaasUBlly receiving a ".ply 'J "prrtor Salt, which be will sell . karier. an ftiianibla terns. u.i .,. reaabl of Hiding half a bushtl each. L. ..fart area artier, bawd Bad sale. r" -l . . . 1. 1 ti . a Han Mptliti Pir aau niiimi rn- UARL II. HRUiHT, UlNTEIl AN1 (JLAZIKR. ofFrn Tor U aa raaaaaabk Icrma a MMril aaaortaMiit . KmM aa4 Oil. rvnaialMf ( aM Ui4. VcMlua K4. rraaaiaa Blue, Terra ,1mm, ancl limii PaiMla, CkriwiM Yellaw, k - . . k l : i ta . f 1 1 v I (oar I'rara , ppisan nraw, aiap ;iyt,M krftaaa p...

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