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i .! iVom society, uiid . hfiiii? a lad He conceded hmienlf na woll na i, ..i.i I ti i. i. 1. : t.. o . . i.:.. i i. iu.i.. imm
liny "i'"" ' .ii i i "- it, iiu muiu, j. out ii ui iicutii iuii. sii iiiutn iiii;ii irtitiiiu. J , nil. ii ij o usi-uu a luuuuy , jutuimmiis,
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iMunilu una Lanton.
exalting, that our i rief i. for the time, for-
'gotten And could one, who had seen Ar-
' t'ioii"litful, dreamy mind, liad made a and hade Thomas hasten on.
'r( t himself. His thoughts and feeling j As tliey drew near the house, the night
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i.re !' m:iii hi ii, inai, ni Rnmwu rooming in ami iiuTO wus u mclan- tliur u few hours before, now have looked i Tahiti and alparaiso.
xi own li'Miie, men; iuu buhiu uyuu mt,y gusty sound in tlie trees. Arthur
stra iiio notion in his brain, concerning .felt as if upproachiug his mother's tomb.
. June of things suit. undiiig him, us we lie entered the parlor. All was as doomy
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1,... !,i I '. i 1 1 1 1 ' r Willi:! I i4 m'lf-iii:i(Ir liciirl ulnw nnniimi. u i. . i i.
r.l excited in him, was love, and, like was iu his mother's eluimher. Ilu ;ter
of his age, he had formed to himself u had seen him from the window, .She hurried
j;lr suited to his own fancies. Thii was down and threw her arms about her brother's
oinatice ol h.e, and though men with neck, without utterins a word. Assouan
is like his. make imagination to stand ho could speak, he asked, ''Is shoulive?"
j in f lu nhicn il' root ovislolii'P iiikI lio omoIiI out s'iv ,iu ,,,.. i.v.M... :. I
ft i ll 1 1, iv in w , i , ... . ou . .fi ii iii mil i i , , - hi. Mi'i'H-
iHtalie to itself as deep fooling and concern, iing," answered his .sister," and mit not
j, in il.iinfs'i'' reiaimns, wnicn are so m ar tiow to nint that you are here; she is too
, usual, and private, they feel longer and wcak to hear it now." 4,i will .jo look nt
1 1. tli ill lll.if IL-ll.t tititl lllliill tllill lllil ftwiii ti'liil ..I... ' !.l I.' 1..
rt ll'C ('(' T ,,,,, "n" i. . i ...... .... ...vn, miihv ruv; Mil- rillO ill . (UaW-
l:ncs as only a better part of the world ing his handkerchief from his face. His
rfhi':htii'y bel iiii to. Indeed, i:i alfectionatc jsirter's sympathy had made him hhed the
J,,.r;)Ml men of a visionary east, it is in ; first tear which had fallen from him that
AAw s rt only realizing their hopes and iday. and he u as more composed.
Asires, t' turn them h nnewani, Arthur He entered the chamber with a dep and
upon the grave and grand repose of his count
enanee, he would hardly have known him.
The livid hue of death was fast spreading
over his mother's face He stooped forward
to 'catch the sound of her breathing. It "lew
Vancouver, IM r. Simpson.
Peahody, Messrs Thompson and Chcc
ver. Don Quixote. Mr. Sullivan. M. L'Ev.
! (piicK and hunt My mother, Mie open- i ,M,K, ,le Xilnpolis,.
(l her eyes for the la?t time upon him a I s&xvuzviticsz!&-1ii!iu. cxwrsw
1 latnt iitt-411 passed over tier cneeK mere was
the serenity ol an angel m her look her
hand just pressed his. it was all over. His
spirit had endured its utmost. It sunk down
! from its unearthly height; and, with his lace
i upon Ins mtthei 's pilljw, ho wept like a
ffe&HKfe T,,c ,)rc,niscs in Hon"
fSvTS lit u'u ,,mv owned and
Tiik ()itr.;i)N 'j'r.niM'ronv. Tho iSc
leet ('oininittcc in lln.' Si'iiatu of the Uni-
slill awe upon him: and as he drew mar
his mother's bedside, and looked on her pale
placid, and motionless luce, he scarcely
dared breathe, le.-t he should disturb the se
cret communion that the soul was holding
with the world into which it. was about to
enter. The loss that he was about suli'cring
and his heavy grief, were all forgotten in the
feeling of a holy inspiration, and he nas, a-
it were, in the miiUt of invisible spirits, as
cending and descendinir. His mother's lips
lltt'.iat it was so, and lie loved Ins hotise-
.1,1.1 the more that thev gave nun an earned
f . i i i i i i . . i
rtttao day rea:uing an nis nopes unu uuacn-
W t It
rtlnr s was peculiarly dear to turn, in
aivinr a character so much like his own.
,r t!rii"ti the cares and attachments of
',( liu I I ng ago taken the plao of a fanci
t il r.i-teiice in her, yet her natural turn of
l imd was str -ng enough to give to these
fni'Mlitiig of tho romance of her disposition.
li;id led to a in ic loan usual openness moved slightly i,s -she ulten d an indisiinct
; ml iatiaiaoy between Arthur and his mother 'sound. He drew hack, and ids sister wmt
. 1 1 m'V brought to his remembrance. -the ;iiear to her, and she spoke. It was the
nirs they had sat together by the firelight, 'same gentle voice which he had known and
!m a he listened to tier mild melancholy Hen. from Ins childiiood. 1 he c.a!tation ol
ire, as she spoke of what she had under- i his soul left him he sunk dow n and his
me at the loss of her parents and hu sband, j misery went over him like a flood.
Sit gentle rebuke of his faults, her alloc- The next day, as soon as his mother he-
mate look of approval when he had done jcame composed enough t see him, Arthur
went into her chamber. Mie stretched out
her feeble band, and turned toward him,
with a look that blessed him. Jt was the
short struggle of a meek spiiit. ' She cover
ed her wyes with her hand, and the tears
trickled down between her pale, thin lingers
As soon as she became truiMjuil, she spoke
of the gratitude she felt at Leing spared to
see him, before she died.
"My dear mother," said Arthur but he
could not go on. His voice was choked, his
eyes filled with tears, and the agony of his
soul was visible in his face, -"Do not he so
afllictcd, Arthur, at the loss of me. We are
not to part for ever. J'emeinber too, how
comfortable and happy you have made my
days. Heaven, I know, will bless so good
a son as you have been to me. Von will
have that consolation, my son, which visits
but a few you will be able to look back up
on you past conduct to me, not without pain
only, hut with holy joy. And think here
after of the peace of mind you give me. now
I utn about to die, in the thought that i urn
leaving your sister to you? love and care,
So long, as you live, she will find you a
father and brother to her." She paused for
a moment. "I have always felt that I could
meet death with composure; but 1 did not
know," she said with a tremulous voice, her
lips quivering. "1 did nU know how hard
a thing it would he to leave my children, till
now that the hour has come. A Her n 'little
while, she spoke of his father, and said, she
had lived with the belief that ho was mindful
of her, and w ith the conviction w!ii h grew
stronger ni death approached, that she
should meet him in another world. Sin; said
lale. Ho thought he knew the hill near hut little more, as she grew weaker and
(wtfllti wl lit' fit4 fftifftj'
U&2HsSr Dominis. This desirable
property is centrally and pleasantly situa
ted lias an entrance from two different
ted Stales, to which was referred the sul-! greets a small garden, under good cul-
joct of the Oregon Territory, have it-port-1 tivation good buildings, &cM and 90
ed a joint resolution, w hich asserts the full 'years' unexpired lease of the land. Will
right of the United Slates to that region,; be sold nt alow price, and on a long
jam! authorizes the I'resident to lake mi-j credit if applied for soon.
mediate measures to have our boundaries F()r f(Irtjcr rticn,ars , o
on Hie laoil.e Ironticr ascertained and PKIItCK & JJUKWER.
definitely lived also to provide means n 0. 1Um
lor loteeting the persons and property of j .
; our cili.ens in the territory. It empowers j K. is. H. (ililMI.S,
jl.itn likewise to cause to be erected, at Have on hand and for sale on reasonable
, li(,r care that he should be a just man,
ill her motherly anxiety lest the world
tumid go hard with him, all crowded into
Jh mind, and he thought that cvciy worldly
.tfcdiineiit was hereafter to he a vain thing.
He had passed the night between violent,
limult uotis grief ond numb insensibility.
ironing into the carriage, with a slow weak
i . i.: i
"lion, UliC one wno was quitting nis sick
amber for the first time, he began his
iraey homeward. As he lifted his eyes
ward, the few stars that were here and
re over the sky, seemed to look down in
ity, and shed a religions and healing light
i')ii him. Hut they soon went out, one
Iter another, ami us the last faded from his
iiploriiig sight, it was as if every thing good
iid holy had forsaken him, The faint tint
atlic east soon became a ruddy glow, and
., sun shooting upward, burst over every
lung thing in full glory. The sight went
tt Arthur's sick heart, as ifit were in niock-
v of his misery
J Leaning hack in his carriage, with his
Onwl over his eyes, lie was carried along,
inlly sensible that it was day. The old
f rva:it, Thomas, who was sitting by his
I le, went on talking in a low, monotonous
1me; but Arthur only heard something
I Minding in his ears, scarcely heeded that
i was a human voice. He had-a sense of
' farisoineness from the motion of the car
1 iie, but in all things else the day passed
i s u melancholy dream.
, Almost the first words Arthur spoke were
1 lose I have mentioned. As he tanked out
tyi'iti the sett mir sun. ho shudderd through
is whole fiame, and then became sick ami
suitable places and distances, a line of , terms", an aoilineiil ol 'Knlisli, Aimt'liiii, mid China
r. . i' ii . i .i . ! (jowls. Anton; wliii lmiMV Im;i:i,i1 tin; 0(,wiw. ii.
mil. ary posts bom I ort. Leavenworth lo Jtrmvl!f ,jllM.f Wli(0 Cotton and 'j;
the lloi-Uy Alouillains. lor the better pro-' Drills. Colton Ihlkfs. I;a k, Itluc, mid White I.inea
tection and eiieounegeiiieut of the Indian !i',H,J,.,,;;n!,'.i V!1, Tl ,'lI',!,Uttt,,,fd Anicri-
. i nn 1 oMniis, (li.lciriif Mi!!hs and (ualilii's. American,
trade, and Jor llu; preser;vtjon of peace Kn';lili and Immk h t'lims. .Mi n's ami W'onien's Cot-
betwee,. the Indians and ourselves. The KffikiS:
( Sflutio!l prooses that as soon as the -'i!r Mii es. IllacU Hats. Men uml woiiifn'B "Shoes.
.. . ... - ' . . . Uio,'ins, iOi! nil sUin Hoots ami Pumps. White
limits ol the Oregon country are positively (Sl.iits, with linn ami pmcst-ioth l.osoms. I'cttieoat
delermim d, one thousand' acres of land i'r ,l,,'s, KV.,l!v ,,lt! IV,",',V,:t' 1:,lu,.V, Nln,fcc.
. ,, , , r,. . . ' la-K-ls. . I.oiinn'n. 11 or liruslmt. I ortoie Shell
siiail he granted to every while male in- ! Drosn I'nmU. Wi -k Vain. SStotth Plaids. French
I... I. ;.,., .vl" ,.:..!. I .... .Unsliii 1 nuts.
miii Him. i iu- ii v.- iii i iuu.uii clou up
wards, who shall cultivate and use the
same for five consecutive years. An ad
ditional agent is to be appointed, whose
duty it shall be to superintend the inter
ests of the Union with the Indian tribes
west of the present agencies.
Light Pdue Cottons Souchong, Hyson,
and l oiu linn Teas. Sim in;; Silk. Iii: and Yellow
.Vinlxins. White (i'imsm Clntli. (Toloied and lllack
r'illi Ihlkls. (irass Cloth Clothing. Muslin.
Shovels. Spades. Knives and Forks.
Jack Knives. Seissors. Pins. Needles, fiiinblets.
I'adloiks. I'xiti her Knives. Hat I'ins. Spring 1 la I.
ones, lion and I trass Stives. lion Coflvu Mills.
IVrciissio: Cap. Uraeus mid Bitta. Sadirons, liaek
Saws. N.i iis, assorted. Steelyards. Sheet Iron. Fry
I'ans. Sauce Tans. Wrought and Cast Iron Tea
Kettles. Make I'ans. Tea Trays. Jew's Harps.
Itao.s. Hatchets. Wood Axes. Spoke Shaves.
.d"s. Door Locks. Latches. Chest Locks. Sail
Needle, fishhooks. Flints. Look in? (J lasses. Pis
tols Fowl in-; Pieces. iKiflc. Iron Rivets, ftrasx
Nails. Kim Locks. Screw and l'od Angers, (inn
ter's Scales. Powder. Shot, (inn Locks, (llohe
Lanterns. Collie Monsters. Tin I'ots. Tin I'ans.
Harness Hackles, assorted. Currycombs. Rat Traps.
Tin Soup Tureens. Files, assorted.
Memorandum Hooks. Cargo Rooks.
Letter Fa per. Puled and plain Can Paper. Quills
Waters. Mine, lllack and Ked Ink. Stcol Fens.
Shipping Papers, and Commercial Ulanks.
Cedar Logs.- Cedar Hoards. American
mi: n:id as they wound round it, s:ime pc-
jtiliiir old trees appeared, ami he was in a
w minutes in the midst ol the scenery near
is home. The river before him, reflecting
w bright evening sky, looked as if poured
fit from a molten mine. The birds guther-
? in, were shooting across each other,
ksting into short, gay notes, or singing
Hi' evening sonirs in the trees. It was a
ftter thing to find all so bright and cheerful,
l s near his own home too, 11 is hoises
,(,1 struck upon the old wooder bridge.
lo sound went to his heart. It was here
u mother took her last leuve of him, and
, !iM'(l him.
Ashe passed' through the village, thero
fa ii feeliair f strangeness, that every
Jing shmld be just as it was when he leii it.
There uns no mulotmpd thou'rht lloutinr in
ys maul, that his mother's slate should pro-
fire n visible chatme in all that he had been
'liliar with. Hut tho hovs were at their
I'isy games in the street, the laborers re
weaker every hour. Arthur sat by in silent
holding her hand, lie saw that, she was
sensible; ho was watching her countenance,
lor every now and then she opened her dull
eyes, and looked towards him, and endea
vored to smile.
The day wore slowly away. The sun
went down and the melancholy and still
twilight came on. Nothing was heard but
the ticking of the wach, telling him with a
resistless power, that the hour was drawing
nigh, lie gasped, as if under some invisi
ble, gigantic grasp, which it was not for hu
man strength to struggle against.
It wns now quite dark, and, by the pale
light of the nightdamp in tho chimney corn
er, Ihe furniture in the room threw; huge and
uncouth figures ove. the walls. All was
unsubstantial and visionary, and the shadowy
ministers of death appeared gathering round,
waiting the duty of the hour appointed them.
Arthur shudered lor a moment with supcrsti-j
lions awe; hut the solemn elevation which u:
AVe have seen a X. Y. Journal of Com
merce of date of Oct. 19, 1810. which
confirms the intelligence received bv let
ters. Heyroot had been reduced to ashes
by the English fleet, after nine hours bom
bardment. The Consuls of the Allied
Powers had withdrawn themselves from
Alexandria, after the refusal of Mehcmct
Ali to comply with the terms of mediation
The Talavera, line of battle ship, and
Imogenc, frigate, with manv of the naval ''.'"'.f1''"-'"-1- 'v I!.irds..Plan' and Shingles. N.
trophies ol Lnitkuid, including the flag of SCND R S.
Nelson, were destroyed by fire at Wool- ,Iivo C3,iVcs- M"tar(1- Spanish,
... J Manila and Maeno ( ir:irs (Jioui.d SaRe. Snuli:
Wicll, last ept. Supposed to be the llaeeo. Sto-i-liion's Flixir. Lemon Syrup. Kut-
i ,. ines. ML-piui I.lai k Pepper. Fox Raisins. Fjj-
uorl; of an incendiary. ..-.. of Spnue n.l Peppennint Cinnamon, lit.
Khvr William of Holland' has abdiea- lu.ldfc. 'iiSil. &xySt
ted-supposiM in conse(1ueee of his love j iTnlt'ttit ilr' Arlowljoot.K
for the lady with whom his subjects lately M;1 "'."p l.nes. Iiiittania Tea and Table
... : , J 3 jSeoiw. W l ite, (iteeii nnd lied Flannel. Ked and
manifested so much opposition to his tin- Wil,,,(, 'oo1 fdrts. .Mat li.ijts. Rmonip.
i r i i , , , ,! "'Ion,' Cane.-.. Axe Handles. Lavender Water.
Un, Oil Ihe ground of lier being a Cath-! lav-n; Pn.shcs Handspikes. Hoi:r and Second
rA., fil---. .hi; llaiiks 1 (Miina Hureiui. 2ChainCa-
,,Ul M'lcs. 2 Ancliors. I ilherts Almonds Prunes. Mus-
Himinowd ininmvln.r in tbo T ,tn. ' " ''ice. Itieo. Fancy Chairs. Rattan Rot -1IIHI1CSs
impiOMni 111 tlie LlllteU , mm?. Capcis. Steel hoes; American Fork; Shoo
States. UlillcJ Slates liank 1 oUw,''s
were to resume specie payments on the !'""; 'pi,'";; K.yorSirars; Pencil Cases;
, .. r . , I :.i i'1 (iioniuM eidins; hiiliin Meul; Claret
1st ol January, 1H1 1. Llections uo'ur , " (,'st 'f-l Fundies; 1 Cook stove.
favorably for Harrison. There are five
steam ships running between Hoston and
POUT OP HONOLULU.
tr,,'"S. talking trgather, from their work, good man feels at the sight of the dying took
id the old men sitting quietly at their doors. possession of him, and he became calm again
Jan. 2. II. H. Co's. Harrpie Vancouver,
Duncan, Columbia Hiver.
Jan. .i. Hr. Hrig Harlequin, Lonsdale, Ma-
Jan. o, Haw. Sch. Paalua, Lahaina.
Jan. 1, Hr. Brig Clementine, Rhodes, Hawaii.
All persons having in their possession
Books helonging to the Lihrary of the Sand
wich Islands Institute, are requested to leave
them with the Suhscriher, at the Store of
Messrs. Ladd Co., on or before the fut
day of Fehruurv, 13 11.
M. CALKIN, Librarian.
Honolulu, Ptc. 20, lVtd. 3w.
BAKKKS FROM CAJVTOJV.
(lood people all walk in and buy,
Of Sam i Mow, good cake and pie:
Hread hard or soft, for land or sea,
"Celestial" made; come buy of we.
June 15. tf