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A .Man makes II U I-akt Will and Speaks
A ehort time since, William Dunlop. of Gair
bruid, Colborne township, Canada, died, leaving
the following as his lai will and testament. It
is now contested in chancery, in the district of
Huron, on the ground that its author wa. iuane :
lit the nam of God, cmen. I. William Dun
lop. of Gairhraid, in the township el Colborne
and district of Huron. Western Canada. E-quire,
b-dng in sound h-alth, and mv mind ju-t a$
uuai, which my friends who flatter me say is no
gmt shakes at the bvt of tiuirt. do make this
mv last will an 1 t-srament. as follows :
"Revoking, of course, all former wills, I leave
th- property of Gairhraid. and all other landed
pro.Tty l"mav di pw-x-sf d of, to my si-ters
Ellen Boyle ?ry and Elizabeth B vle Dunlop,
the former lrcau-e she is married to a mini.-ter,
Wiiuia (God help him) the lien pecks ; the latter
because she ts married to nobody, nor is she like
to be, fur she is an old maid, and not niarket
ripe ; and also I leave to them and their heirs
my share of the stock and implements on the
farm ; provided always that the incl jsure around
my brother's grave be reserved, and, if either
nhould die without issue, then the other to in
herit the whole.
I leave to my sister-in-law, Louisa. Dunlop, all
my share of the household furniture and such
traps, with the exceptions hereinafter un nti ned.
I leave my silver tankard to the eldest Son of
old J hn. a the representative of the family. I
should have left it to old John hiin-elf. but he
would melt it down to make temperance medals,
and that would be sacrilege ; however, 1 leave
my big snuff-box to him ; he can only make tem
perance horn spoons with that.
( leave my nuter Jenny my Bible, formerly the
fxoperty of my grat-great grandmother, B -rtha
latuiiton, of Wuodhall ; and when she knows us
much of th spirit as she does of the letter she
will be another Christian than she is.
I also leave my late brother's watch to my
brother Sandy, exhorting him at the same time to
give up wl.iggerv, radicalism and all oth r sins
that do most ea-ny le-et him.
I leave my brother Allen my big silver snulT
box, as l,am luforme! be is rattier; a decent -rt
of a Christian, with A swag lelly and a j illy face.
I leave Parson Ch.evas.-ie (Maggje's husband)
the small box I got from the arnii Militia, as a
small token of my gratitude for riiie service he
has done the family in taking a .iister that no
man of taste would havu taken.
I leave John Cadeel a silver te;i pint, to the
end that he may drink tea therefrom to comfort
him under the affliction of a slatternly wife.
I leave 1117 books to my brother Andrew,
cause he has been so long a jmgly wolloh, that
he may learn to re-ad with them.
I give my silver cup with a sovereign in it, to
my sister, Janet Graham Dunlop, because she is
an old maid and pious, and therefjre will neces
sarily take to horning, and also my granny's
snuff-shell, as it looks decent to see an old woman
In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand
and seal, the 31st day of August, in the year of
Our Lord 1SG2. W. Dunlop.
.Man Feels and Acts during
The Boston Traveller publisher the following
extract of a private letter from Manila, living
th writer's ierjon:il experience and sensation?
during the late tt-rritic earthquake which visited
that city :
It would fie impossible to give you an idea of
the late earthquake, fur though 1 have read the
accounts of many severe on-, I n';ver could real
ize the position until I had felt one, and I never
knew what dreadful destruction they could make
until now. I have heard nothing talked about
but earthquakes for the pat ten days, everylxdy
telling their own experience and giving their idt a
of the causes and effect of earthquakes in general.
My experience wa. that I had firdshed my soup,
and was helping mvs If to fish, when three or
four tremendous up and down bumps came. I
ran for the Azotca, (plaza coven-d with iron
roofing.) Then came the fearful swinging motion
from north to south. I clung to th.j post (wooden,
which supports the iron roof.) to keep myself
from falling, expecting every moment that the
utone walls which support the Az.ta would give
way, and that I would be throw. i into the river,
with the house on top of me. The whole shock
did not last over half a minute, but it was an
ternity to me. The falling of tone houses and
tile roofs was terrific ; part of out roof (weighing
70 tons) fell in. About S0 fe from where 1
wo Binondi church tower fell through the roof
of the church ; this tower was :150 to 00 feet
high, built of eolid stone, four sis feet thick.
Vet the din from falling churches and houses was
so great that I did not distinguish when it fell.
When the shock was over, the air was so filled
with dust of lime that I could t-oarcely breathe,
and there was not a breathe of .iir. When the
mon rose, later, Manila was frightful and
dreary tight t. see. Kvery!ody w is in the streets,
praving or fleeing with what they bad saved into
the country. For days after, the people walked
the atreetsr without sj-eaking. And there was no
noise of carriages, and no bells, in a city where
there were thousands moving before, at all hours.
The 'ev Atlantic Cable.
Cyrus W. Field has just returned from Furore,
bringing with him a specimen of the new Atlan
tic cable. It is far superior to the one that was
first laid. It is about tlir-e-feurths of an inch in
diameter, composed of seven sin ill copper wires,
strongly pressed together till they lMk almost
like one, etirroundcd by gutta percha about one
third of an inch thick, and then by ten strong
iron wires twisted ror e-fashion. These wires are
wraprx-J in the best liussian hemp. Glass, Elliott
fc Co., the contractors, have commenced the
manufacture ot the cable, and will prosecute it
with the utmost energy and dispatch. They will
reevive about 3.000.1MX for making and laving
the cable, and turning it over, in complete work-
ing order, to the company. (tlas, Elliott & Co.,
have never entertained the slightest doubt of the
entire practicability of the Atlantic Telegraph as
:i scientific undertaking and a commercial venture,
and illustrate their faith by accepting a 1 irge
part of their pay in stock. The insurance com
panies of London are now insuring all ri-ks in
the enterprise at 25 per cent, premium.
It is f upposed that the English Government will
detail one or two steamers from the naval service
to accompany the cable-laying expedition, and
render any assistance that may be required. The
entire arrangement and conduct of the expedition
is devolved upon Gla-s, Elliott & Co. Their
plans are not wholly determined upon as yet. but
they will try to charter the Great Eastern, which
could easily" carry the cable, and would ride over
the waves wi:h the desirable steadiness. The dis
tance between the two coasts is about 1.C40 nau
tical miles; but Giass. Elliott & Co., will make
2,000 miles of the cable. The laying is to ;
done in June. JuIt or August of 1S64. A". Y.
Times, 2ith September.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
GROWTH OF 1863.
4 LARGE VARIETY CAREFULLY SE
lectetl from tie Sedmea in CaLtornio, coiiipri;jt fr.fh
Vvicry. Y.-zz Plant, llcn-,
j Mountain Pepper, Pris nd Bf-an".
Whit and IUd CIoer, Cucumber, Com,
Flower JSoocIjs, Sto.
Tor fV by
n. M. wniTVFY.
! I'rauco-.Metican Developments Policy of
I the United Mates.
The development the Mexican plot is watched
with an interest only to second the interest taken
in the progress of our ow n arms. The design of the
French Eiureror is now clearly revealed. It is a
deep, long-cherished and adroit scheme a scheme
antagonistic to the interests and policy of the
United States, and which would never have been
undertaken but for our internecine war ; but it is
imi-ossible that the French Euij-eror should go
on much farther or much longer without finding
us in his iwithway.
I can announce to you d' tnitely and with entire
tainty what is the policy of the Government j M. II. Bright, U. S. A., the Commissary of Sfub
the matter at present. It is simp-ly and only sistence.
this: To ignore entirely the existence of the
French usurpation and not in any way, diplomatic ;
or otherwise, recognize it. Mr. Corwin is :ic- j
credit. -d to the (iovernment ol Juarez, and to the f
Government of Juarez he will be accredited, and 1
with that alone will he have intercourse. He J
will, if necessary, follow Juarez 'from point to i
pint. and it is probable that before long he will
have to follow him up rapidly on horseback, on J
a pretty fat nag at that. But no matter for it. t
He has been instructed not to speak (diplomat!-
cally) to the Triumvirate who have been aproiuted j
by t:ie Xotibles" riijtable rob'iers, Jesuits and !
scoundrels to administer the Mexican Govern- i
merit in the name ot the new Emperor until the
arrival of the latter. The new concern will, of
course, be at once speedily recognized by the
leading Powers of Europe; but in no event will
it be recognized as anything but an atrocious
usurpation by the leading Power of America.
And if the E:nperor Napleon chooses to tike j
umbrage at this, why let him take umbrage at i
it and what will he do about it ? There is talk j
ab.ut the Mexican farce recognizing the Southern I
Confederate farce. A fit pair of Powers, certainly, j
to fraternize Jeff Davis and Maximilian ! But j
let them each recognize the other, if they choose.
They will fxth yet be piut beyond the power of
recognition by the American rx-ople and Govern
ment. We bide our lime but sure as manifest
destiny tint time will come. Cor. Am. Paper.
California said to
ho Fledcrd to
TIi.j City Article" of the Loml m Ti
11th .S'.-fitein!Kr ays :
It in nut ljt;li..'Vttl that anything i reully known
of thj j-lans c.ntt'in'!atetj hy the Fr.'iie!i (.lov-erniiit-nt
t r esTahli.-hin th futuru limincial
Ti itioii of the Mexican empiie. The following j
ktatcuient howt-ver, which has het-n received hy a
Ltjiidon house from a French correspondent, will !
indicate the ideas that are current on the mhject : :
44 A scheme, it isaid, is now on foot in Paris .
and Vienna for raising a Mexican loan, to he ;
guaranteed hy France, who will hold a certain j
portion of Mexican territory as security. It will j
he hased on the fallowing conditions, viz: 25
out of -J kt cent, of arrears of interest due to
the Uriti-h bondholders up to January liG4, is
to he capitalized, and the balance paid in cash j
out of the new loan, which will le a 5 per cent, j
one, i-sued at 80. The duties on tobacco and j
spirit will be doubled, and the whole amount j
derived from thi.s source hypothecated, together i
with 50 per cent, of all other customs' duties, to j
the punctual payment of foreign dividends. '
and to provide a sinking fund lor the gradual :
liquidation of the foreign debt, by drawing, as is ;
practised in Chile and Peru. It is proposed, i
with the approval of the landholders, to appoint
a mixed commission in thecajital to carry out j
the faithful payment of said duties quarterly, J
and there is to be no preference in the liquida- ;
tion of the various foreign bonds. The nearly j
isolated peninsula ot old or Lower California,
divided from Sonora by a gulf 000 miles long,
called the Lake of California, or the Vermilion ;
iiea. it is t-aid, will bo the territorial security ;
ceded to France. It contains sonic 10,000 square :
miles (or about the size of England and Wales.) j
and was formerly called New Albion. It abounds :
in gold, silver, lead and copper mines, and inland
covered with forests of cedar trees. It is more- '
over, the nearest point in Mexico to the French
posestions in the Pacific."
The SiiKLr.s Cn) is Iomb.biixg Charlkstos.
The reason why Gen. Gilmcre did uot continue his ;
bombard i::ent of Charleston with the "Grt-tkOre" ;
shell.-, wan because the sheils sent were on the per
cussion rrincif!e, and beir. discharged from a pun :
elevated at an atigle of thirty eight degrees, took j
their flight at the same angle, with a longitudinal j
rotary motion, base downward, and therefore struck :
base downward instead of ujiou the percuion end, j
an 1 did not explode. Only iwo are known to have j
exploded cne which fell into a warehouse and i
another which fell in a street. The peculiar motion j
and descent of the shells
was h new discovery jn
artillery practice, then for
the first tirre made, and
the ordnance department was not furnished with a
remedy frthe union Ked f.r coiifingen'jy. lime fuses,
which will pet mafters all right, were at once pent
f r. and have doubtless arrived at Morris Island
before this; fifteen hundred of thee shells have been
ordered for the bornharunient. The gun from which
the shells were fired was a 300-pound Parrotr, which
cn throw a shell no lees than reren miles, when
aimed at an anele cf forty-five degrees. The first
shells went ever Charleston, the gun being aimed at
t "to sharp an angle. Gen Gilmore has no les than
thirty Parrot t guns mounted that will throw shells
plump into Charleston. The ue of Greek fire shells
t-j bombard that rebel stro.igholl was personally
ordered by President Lincoln. The Greek fire barns
f.r twenty minutes. It will burn on the water a.s
well as on land, and each shell covers a surface of
one hundred square feet with flame. The shell
bur.-ts into about one hundred and twenty pieces, or
ten ttmcs as many aa the ordinary shell. Of course,
the ctft-ct of these shells will be to set Charleston in
tlimes. which nothing can subdue.
In addition to the Greek fire shells, a large quantity
cf improved shrapnel shells, made by the inventor of
the Greek fire shell, and containing from 500 to 1009
bullets each, have been sent to Morris Island, to be
transferred thence into the rebellious city in a man
ner not very pleasing to the enemy. These shells art
fired with time fu-es, an 1 are very destructive of life.
The celehra-el GOO pound Parrott gun which Gen.
Gilmore has, weighs 27.00.) pounds. It took 2,000
men nine n:ght to get the monster into position, the
dr.15 teams bre V.nz down seven nijhts in sucfes-ion,
the enemy shelling the psrty all the while, and men
bein killed nightly. Notbinj was dene with it by
day, the gun bein covered with bushes to conceal
it fri ni the enemy's fire. The diameter if the bore
is ten inches, the charge of powder twenty-five
pounds, and the shell that goes out of it is as high as
a Sjur barrel, weighs S')0 pounds, and contains 17
pounds of mortar powder. The execution of one of
these sheils on Samter is considered equal to three
200 pun l shells. Bat two of these immense r:2ed
guns have been made, although twenty more have
been ordered for the army. None have been ordered
fjr the navy. Gen. Gilmore at first had only one,
but another has just been sent to him. These guns
have been fired with forty pounds powder, and sent a
ball through nine inches of wrought iron plates, and
two feet cf oak timber by which the iron was backed.
It has also sent a ball through 25 feet ofe irth. The
larger a guu having a rifle bore is made, the steadier
and truer the ball cr shell is sent indeed the
accuracy of a rifle is attained. Mr. R. P. Parrott, the
inventor of these guns, is at present engaged in a
500 pouuder, and if successful will try a 2,000
BLANK HOOKS OF A Lb MZK5,
XltTflrar.dnra Books rf every d-ser:p;icu.
riUok and Biur Ink. Xenrspaper Ki'.es. Bill I'i!c.
Mccili-ore. isch-vd and Lr p -late?, ar.d t.ate Pencils.
0h"4 Men auJ Oh Boards. G:a Patr lVtljit',
Quills ud s.-.-l l'ens. Quill a:.d Ivory Tooth-pic'.,
Lad Venci'5 of choicest grades acl kind.
Inkstands. jiUin ar.d improved p.itter:i. Twine.
llanciv,f: M P of California and Pacific C-vut.
Pist OrTi-e letter Scil'-s. Math- m:it:c;l In:ruicer::.
ChiMren's AlpaaN-t Bi"Ci ar.d Toy.
Triinc Paper of all and qnaiiti'--.
Iniproved Kulers ol van- u psttens. SVal Pres..
BrOtnl K-apl. Tin P-.t-?f2ce Let:tr Kacka,
Perforated Ihurd. Mctalic Matc s fe.
Tin Envelope Kaek. P -nfoiioS K-tter and cap :ie,
Steel Pens f every d'iratle pa:tc-ra. tyelct Uehiiief
Wifh rther office P?at:o:
The reeding of an Army.
There are but few people who stop to reflect
upon the important and responsible duty of sup
plying an army with subsistence, and upon the
amount of stores that are daily required tor that
purpose. There are many persons w ho can see
no obstacle to the movement of an army, who
would be quite appalled at the amount of sup
plies that must be transported at the same time
to sustain it. A passing idea of this prerequisite
may be obtained by looking carefully over the
issues from a single post lor one month. Below
may be found the isr-ues made in the month of j
1C3. at Murfreesboro, Tenn.. bv Cart
4 775 Wi pork at $12 p. r hid. ....
l,100.G-0 P !re-h r-f. .".: per 100
5 a M.U lf. $11 so per t bl
90 0.d ft l.acon. 7c pr ft
117.9'JJ ft h-ini, o tr b
9.05 hbs fl.ur. t-i prr tll
1.117.-;j7 ft. hard hrf:il, oc p-r lit...
... 51.700 0O
... 5.7S4 00
... 67.20:1 92
... 11.S39 92
... 54.;:6 4 00
... 10.4s.- 00
... 1.95 7
... 4.0.J7 30
... 2.94 i 01
... 62 34S 00
... 541 00
... 44.70 62
... 1.211 SO
... 6.360 40
... 5.7W 4
... 1.072 00
... 24.757 52
... l.2 50
... 10.007 00
... 3.S5-J 80
... 1.260 00
.. J550.743 76
IB cnnimeal. ljc jr ft.
3.41 tush b-ans. S i i cr luh.
S45 bush p?a. f i 25 jer bash
40.075 ft rio. lec erft
147.451 ft- hominy. 2c .er ft
lio.frlO r..as.,l c.ff-e. 40c per ft
5.4M ft tea. $1 per ft
C57.3.V3 ft brnvn uj;r, 1-Jc jer ft
5.575 ft whuedo. IS? jr ft . . . '.
12.11 gn'.t rineear. 10e call
31.66J ft Ailaiountir.tr candlra, 20c pr ft...
7.5 43:1 ft p, ; prr ft
2.144 u salt. 50c r r bu
1,C67.75 ft potH'.OK. 2c !r ft
3.315 ea!!i rru'lHtt, f-Oc wr pa! ,
4-10 Cklln r,,1fn ivrup
10.007 jr:n whisky. SI lr ca!
10.3 -0 ft d- rM.tat -i. 9 l &c ,
ls.sjo ft mix'l ve-:abl. 10c ,
655 L'alis t'ickl'O. 3Sc j-r rS
J.45 fti -:r, 3i: j.r lb
1.042 lri-d i-rarhf-i. 10c pr lt
S.ftf'O lb pr:tin c fft. 35- per lb. ....
709 II g dri-d Hppl. 6c p-r lb
CsS gdUi I ic'ikd Cibbace, 35c ,
The prices annexed do not include the cost of
transportation from the points at which these j
pupplies were purchased. The amount in con
trast with that provided for a small family seems
almost fabulous. I
AO AV LA.ni.GFttOM ' RADIGA.'
rpCS. ROSTOV Sl'UAR CURED HAMS.
Salt in boxes.
Demijons Pearl Barley,
& M. Yeast Powder,
Qr. boxes Codfish,
1-2 bbls. Pork,
1-4 bbls. Pv.rk,
Fir sale by
CS7-lm S. SAVIDGK,
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
For sa by (3T6-6m) C. BKKWKR k CO
33 JZ u
CASTLE fk COOKE,
LADIES' & MISSES' HATS,
Itlark Silk and Velvet ITcIetl Ribbon,
Plain Velvet llibbon,
Fancy Hat Uibbon,
I'itie Tape Triinmins,
i Silk Hflt Itibbon,
I. R. t'.c crra't,
I. K. ct-ut atid vnt t.uttiis.
Jet r.d tee! l.e:id ue:.
Veil bereirrs. I'ur hroD ar.d MaeK,
Y hite Hiid ei lord hatulk'-rch'.cfi.
II -w' stitched '
l ine shears ind scissoi B,
Fine Pari kid gtiives,
Fiue Paris c.iuni ts.
Buck 5kin gauntlets,
Ladii-s tino hose.
Si vrr tliimbli's,
W. rsted I rnd,
ALsO A fine assortment of
ALBU 7ML S !
Large, nse !ian5 a- d fnl
ALSO A few bottl.s Xr. 1
O O OG?TE :
-A. 3L. S O s
liadie-s,' Misses' and C'hildren's Hoots,
Shoes and Slippers, Ancle Ties,
Halmorals, Trench Kid Slppers.
A srreat variety of nice ?oods, loo ntimer-
ous to mention.
Steam Biscuit Bakcrv.
riHE rXI)ERS!CD WOILD KES.
M. jH-ctfuHy inform his friends and thepuh ic treneraily that
The IXonolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
Being now in fill 'ier.itnii, he is prepared to furnish
Pilot & Navy Bread, Water Crackers,
And ether d"scriptiors of
All ot puiKTlor qun'ity anl at
Prices to defy competition.
Parties f jmishin? their o-xn flour f -r ship bread, will have it
rr.a le up a; the lowest possible rates
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Ordcri frotii the other iil-ii-.ds j .-orcptiy attended t..
KODKRT LOVi:. Xuu i.-n Street.
t3 Orders ia Honolulu for ihippin,; to be left with Messrs.
:icox, K;Char Is & C o.
CARTES DE VISITE ND AMU MS.
C HOICK COLLECTION
l'.ir s.i".e at :h
Best India Scaling' Wax
Jl'ST RECEIVED HY THE 'DOM1T1LA,'
anl for aV nt t; iWoV'tr" "f
II Y TIIK ( ASK OK CASK OXI.Y,
rilUK HF.ST LONDON MOTTLED A L K ,
i. Marzfttl S:j't lT:n.l. Al-x.i ' Ale.
Jt-Crfy 4- Sn! Ale. in pints mul qnurt.
Obskrvk The lA'tx Inn Nittk-d i-i not like the Liverpl trash,
but wirranted TUK bT article in the market lure Malt
aaJ H 'ps.
At No. 10 Store, Fort St.
In charge of Jno. Tho. Vaterhouse, Jr.
Jl'ST A K.11I V ED A Frrt.li At.sorliurnl of
Ladies' Giincracks ! Ladies' Gimcracks !!
With the tcoft fashionable Hats in all creation. For choloe,
.At John Tlioiiiav WaU'i house's Store,
A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF GOODS
Jnni Kiiitland and the United St-tu. via .siin Francisco.
Ami'iiras Dentins, l lie' lUts new styles. Inlekin,
Kiticy Kn:lish 1'riiits. Grey Domestic. Hickory Striie.
MilujM!lanis, lute Shirtincs. llandk-rchi:f.
B:sh-p Lawns. Men' und H.'.Vs Hats and Oaps,
ilk UmlTtlUs. liar. Kd and IIp irn. Bridles,
ti,ilv:inize 1 Tubi-iir, of ail kinds Bits. Spurs,
Albert I'Ute Forks, Alb, rt Plate SiKn, Jewelry,
Br.shwHre. Whips. Ass. Hardware. Coleman's Hluc.
Thread I'lue an 1 white, tilue, Fish-hoek. Jrey Shirts,
"offi:i Fur dtiir. hoe Thr-a.l, Fancy Woolen Shirts,
Pant. Fancy Wools, S.in Francisco Small Cordape,
With quite a MirCe.laneoiK .Assortment suitable f..r this market.
3.2c JOHN THOMAS WATERllJlSE.
MESSRS. emiH & CD.
The Largest and Verv Best
ASSORTMENT OF ROODS IV THEIR
line trviT imjiortfil into the Hawaiian Islands.
It coiiM.-t ia part of c:ii-?s and Viales of
Clo tli i n o-!
Of tl.e incst modera styles, of snptrior material and workman
ship. In endless variety.
HATS & C! AT S !
Too ViimerouA lo Mention.
'boots and' shoes i
Ft-letrd from the larcest and latent invoices imported i:;t.
California, in every style.
A YKKY Sfl'EKIOR ASsORTMKXT OV
Youth's and Children's Clothing!
.V GREAT I' AM ETY.
A fall asinrtment of very superior
VAXKKK NOTIONS a r-al vnrirlv.
An.l niiinerinn nthfi jirtiel 'S appertaining to a first-elass Whole
sale Hi:d Kctail C'l-ithin? an 1 Kurnisliint: House, all r.f
which vi;i he "lil ;il prif-s as low and terms
as reasonable as similar jrcods can be
ricured at any oth r lious-j
This stock has all been schcted by our Mr. GIUNBAl'M,
who has just returned from the Kast, and whose wvii-known
ac'iuaii.tanc; with the ran Fratn:ieo, market and di-er;iiiina-tion
in ae'ectintr for tins market, is a sure guarantee that a'.l will
be satisfied wi;h his poods, terms and prices.
XZf Masters and orticers of yhips will do well to pive us a
call bef.ire purchasing elsewhere.
THE ISLAND TRADE
Supplied on the Jlost Rcasonallc Terms.
St'.re iu Makee's Block, Queen Street, Honolulu.
KIGLAKES CRIME W-UJH !
mills WOKK. WHICH filVKS A Fl'LI
and impartial History of the Crim-an Inva-im, is the
most remarkable bo.k that has app-ureil from the press
formany years, and in its popu'arity, equals Macau'.ay's His
tory of Kus'.a.nl. It will p.ni.: of tw.i volume?, the first of
wbich only ii published. The seend will 5e puni shed dorirg
104. a lev copies just received and U r sale. Prii-e "SI .7.J.
II. M. WHITM-V.
Published and for sale by
BS. 31. WniTVFY, ISonoIuIu.
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HAWAIIAN PIIR ASi: r,0 K A manu il of col'iooiia! phras
es in the Hawaii. in lanuaee Price d.'e.
AXDKKffr' HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR, hy I. rrin Andrew3
An indisprtisalie aid fr f.'tviirners in acqu'riiiir the native
friirue. In :ts arrancement of the parts ,f sp. ech. and its
illustrations r.f the peculiarities of the iaru.ee, it is rettr
adapted to cive a cl-.ar and correct itiijht ino it. than any
wurk .u'lhsh-.'d Price paper f 1.25; half hound 1.60.
HAWAIIAN FORM B"0K. l-y J. W. II. Kauwahi. Es'i A
rr.nnual of forms required in drawitu up arrt-eriier.ts. honds
wills and all kinds of legal do-uinetts re'u;r'-d i;j cf.'.nts.
Price $2 50
HAWAIIAN HYMNS For or;Hl a-il church service. Price
cli-th CTj -; full lvu:id m'T-H-co, tilt 1 .00.
LAIEIKAWAI, Thi; Latit of the Twilh.ht. (in Ilawaiiar)
A tradition of one of the ancient Hawaiian Princes?. i.:u
tratii,r their antiquities, habits aud sayinps. Price $1.00,
half bound cloth.
TACIFI'"' COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Yolv 1,220.127.116.11,
6 and 7, embracing from the years to lyi. and pivinj
a concise a:id imparti:il history of the political ar.d social
progress of th-i Kinedom durinfr that pri.l. ro p.r
v.!ume. hn!f l!uad, sheep. Su:scriptio!i price, 55. GO per
KA NL'PEPA KUOKOA. (The lNDriESPF.ST Pkess A week
ly newspaj er in Hawaiian, devoted to news nnd 1 val liter
ature, and ind p-n ier.t in politics. Volume I boun 1,4 00.
Subscription J J 00 a year.
CHART oF THE .-ANDWICH ISLANDS En-raved, on -teel.
and printed at Wa-hincton, expressly for tl e unilersicned.
This is the m st correct chart puMi-hed Price 51.50.
ALSO FOR S A LE
THE HAWAIIAN SPECTATOR Conducted by an association
of ger.tirrceti, ls3S. 2 vols 3 vo. bound in one. Contain
ing a great variety of ir.S rrcation tti the ear.y history of
these iUr, 1. n -t to be found in any other work. A few cop
ies only of this wori remain. Price 55,00.
HAWAIIAN BIBLES Octavo size, bound in fancy raorocco
covers with records for tr.arriajtes and deaths, buitable for
faniiiy bibles. Price according to s'.vie of landing, Iroiu J5
HAWAIIAN AND ENGLISH TESTAMENT Having the two
versions in parallel columns one of the le.t text books for
per-ons wisiiinr t acqure the Hawaiian language.
N. B. Any b-xjks pu'iiished in the Hawaiian lanao or any
books jiertainin to the islands, if obtainable, will be pro
cured for prisons desring them.
for sale by
TI M. WHITNEY.
PER " DOTiHTILA."
2 Hi. tins IVct!i Salmon,
2 lb. IrcsSi Findoii Haddock,
2 Hi. tins invoume Soup,
ti lb. tiiiN Hare Soup.
And a gupfrior assort racr.t of
which are of the best Scotch mixturea.
Almond com fit ,
Pink and white rock candy,
Thick Peppermint lorenpes.
Jenny Lind '
Fancy cut 4
ALSO On hand, a large assortment of
MEERSCHAUM, WOOD and FRENCH
C 1 1 . V PIPES
Likewise the best brands of CHEwIXG & SMOK
ING TOBACCO, HAVANA ami MANILA CIGARS,
Sc., &C &c.
For ale by
3S4-3tn Nuuanu Street, one door below Kin Street.
A PUBLIC CONVENIENCE.
H.I. STAMPED HTEWPES.U. 8.
STAMPED LETT K K ENVELOPES FOR
the Int.T-island and the American Mails, will hereafter
be kept for sale at the Booki'.ore :
lMferilaH1 KiiTt-lopei.. 3c. nirh. or 33 Tor SI
American EiiTclopcu. () I2o. rnrh. 9 for SI
American Envelope. Double, (lot ) 25r. each,
or 5 for 1.
The American U tter Envelope will pay the entire postage
to anv part of California or Oregon, or the Kastern States.
No let er should be sent out ol the kingdom without the full
postage prepaid by Ptamps.
Person order'mn envelopes from the other islands, should
state whether white or buff envelopes are preferred.
OR SALK AHOl'T IOOO K ALT A I MADE
, A D . ha A a
vox UOLT & HCEUK'S.
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
WEW kM CHOICE
.lust Ilcceivcil bv the
CALIFORNIA CREAM CHEESE,
Small B.iston Hams,
California Bacon (extra nice)
4- Smoked Beef,
44 Smoked Salmon,
' Onions, (new crop)
Potatoes. 44 " (excellent.)
44 Brown Pepper,
44 .Picnic, Soda & Water Crackers,
44 Canary Seed,
Dayton & Co'a Raspberry Jams, (excellent)
Dayton & C-s Assorted Jellies,
Lewis it Co's Assorted Jams,
Field's Steamed Oysters,
Hamlin & Bakers Oysters,
Kenst'tt's Oysters. 1 lb tins
Kitt's No 1 Mackerel.
Goodwin's Smoking Tobacco,
Layer Raisins J and boxes.
VLSO BY THE
VTESTPIIALI A II A MS, (Superior)
liul'inti Sausages, 44
French Green Peas, 2 lb tin? excellent
hoxes Fresh isar(jjne9
Z.inte Currants in 6 lb jhtss jars,
German Fruit Svrup, bottled
French Wine Vinegar, bottled
French Herb Vinegar,-bottled
French Vanilla Chocolate,
ALSO I3Y THE
D omitila, .
Lfa & I'rrrin'w Worrfsiicr Snucr. pts and pts
Cuws KnIisii Pie Fruitf,
44 Jsala i Oil, qts anl pts
44 Preserved Pears,
44 Knglih Jaii),
Fn-stt Oatmeal, in tins
Choicest Enlih IJ.icon, (sealed in tins)
English Hvilis, assorted.
CHOICE SELECTION' OF CHINESE Si.
II. II. T.a No. 13, 4 lbs. boxes,
II. II. Tea Nu. 12, 8 lhs. boxes,
II. II. lVa No. 11, 10 lbs bis,
II. II. Tea No. 10, lbs. boxes,
Finest Japanese Tea in bulk and catties,
44 Curnet" Uulong Tea,
Tunsmow, Kuku Tea.
Half and qr. Bbls. Mess Pig Pork,
do. do. new Dried Apples.
New Dried Plums, (excellent,)
Pure Currant Wine, (fur invalids,
Fresh Olives, Capers.
Fres.li Macaroni, Vermicelli,
Fresh Tapioca and .Sign,
Extra Manila Cigars,
Pure Cider Vinegar, on draught,
G'jod Syrup, do.
KrulFs Dairy Butter,
Fresh Corn Meal,
Fresh Wheat Meal,
Best Brands California Flour,
Wailuku Mill Maui Flour,
Assort'd Crushed, Loaf and Brown Sugars,
lo. Spices and Seasonings,
French and California Mustard,
Tins Lobsters, Salmon & Quohaugs.
Tins Little Neck Clams,
Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc.
For Sale bv
3J0 !m ' A. P CAT.T WRIGHT.
c'asea or If J
Per Helen 3Iar
And late arrivals from S. Francisco
4XD FOR SAT.E Bl THE UNDERSIGNED, A
choice telection of
BOOTS -AND SHOES
Ladle' rlove calf Congress;
Misses' serve heeled Coneresi;
's " HalmoraU;
" kid Balfuornle;
44 French kid Congress;
44 44 Sliperv
44 44 " Ties;
44 erce Congress;
Child' Hoots. cipier tips;
Frnch kid an. Ties;
44 Pat. leather "
" kid 44 44
44 jroat 44 44
44 calf 4 rt.i'.raora'.i;
" morroeco heel'd 44
44 thick lace Boots-,
Youths' fine clf Boots;
Boys' fine calf Boom;
44 Serge beeled Congress; Hoys 44 44 Mioes,
Kid 44 44 Patent Bootjaeks;
Gent's fine calf sw'd Boots ; Chall. ns Klackinft ;
Glove 44 Congress ; Kyelcts nd Kyelet Sets ;
44 calf Oxford Ties ; Congress Shoe Gormp ;
ext sites Roat Slippers. I(uller doling ard Cement.
Travelinir and Common Trunks ; SpnrritiK Glovrf
Yalis. Carpet B;tts. thoe Kindinps, &c.
Most of the poods were made to ordt r, and are warranted
superior to anv io this market.
3:d-Sn J. H. W 00I.
STOVE II TIN !
DO YOU WANT A STOVE
Oi- TIIV WAHE
OF ANY DESCRIPTION?
60 TO GEO. G. SIDERS!
Corner of Fort mid Kiiir Sts.
Opposite Mr. E. O. Hall's Store, and you will Imve an opportu
nity of obtaining jnt the urticle al the LOWEST
COOK STOVJ3S! BOTH FOR
MOOD and COAL. Tl.V and JAI'AXXKI) WAKK,
consisting in tprt of cake lwxes, teA and e ffee cans, knife trays,
sugar boxes, spittoons. nure cans, lantern, lamps, candlesticks,
kc. Britannia tea and coffee xjt. sheet lead, tin and copper
hip baths, sine, Kusha calvanired and linirlisli sheet iron.
i children's baths, tin toys of all kind.
SHIP WOKK unit rLt MUIXU executed witn
neatness and dispatch. aft-Cm-ly
LEWERS & DICKSON,
J.JAVK CONSTANTLY ON" HAND, AT
Opening on King. Fort &i Meirhiinl Slrrela,
Orecon 1 inch Boanls, rouph nd planed,
do. Plank, li, 1, ! and 3 inch,
do. fcantling of all sires.
do. ToiiRued and Orooveil Boards, 1 and 11 inch.
KEDWOOD 1 inch Boards, ruirh and planed,
do. Plank, li, 1 and 2 inch,
do. Tonpued anil Orojvel Boards, 1 inch.
OREGON SOFT PINE 1 inch Board.
do. do. do. J, I J, 2 ami 3 inch I'lank.
EASTERN VINE 1 inch Clear B'.ar ls.
ui. do. J inch Tonirued and iror.ved Boards,
d. do. Plank, li, 1J, J and S inch,
do. do. 4 feet Clapboards.
SHINGLES Redwood and Oregon Cedar
A Fine assortment of Wall Paper.
CIIus?, Whitewash and Faint Hrushcs.
And a full assortment of
i ji,i;:s:s' iiaisuivaess:,
Which they offer for gale al LOWEST MARKET PRICKS.
Zy Having Steam Machinery on he
premises they are prepared to execute orders
for Sawing and Planing.
LEWERS & DICKSON.
O It SALE 111"
CASTLE & COOKE.
Every Tliiir.-sclay ZMorniii.
ClTr AND INLAND jk'R.SC'RirTJ.iXrf, S3. 00 A Ykak.
The subscription price for pajters forwarded toar.y part of Ame
rica is $8 00 pe r annum, hieh includes the AnieriPan and 11a
waiiHii postages. All ppvn for European ports, will he charged
the p'.staire ilrn:indd at the po.-tnjfaoe, whicti varies frlu 3 to
8 cents on each single p:iper.
XT fc'CbsCKirTir.vs Payable Ai wits im Adtasck.
XT Comrnnni'.Mtions from all pru f the l'acific will aiy
be very acceptable.
Commercial i'rintinq (Dfficr.
PLAIN AND FANCY
BOOK AND JOS PRINTING.
ROOKS. BILLS OF EXCHANGE,
CATALOOT-E?. BILLS? OK LADINO.
BILLHEADS. CONSILAR BLANKS,
CIRCULARS. BLANK DEEDS.
AUCTION RILLS, HAND BILLS.
PAMPHLETS, SHOP BILLS
XT VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS printed
on a "Yankee Card Prcs 1," in the highest nty'.e of the art.
XT All advertisement- pnynble in adrnnce.Xl
f 1 50
Twenty Lin??!.. . '2 '-
Quarter Column. ft.nO
-Quarter 44 6--
Half Column... .11 00
Whole Column.. 13 00
TI. M. WHITNPY.
II. M WFIITNKV.