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f i CTC VKtC
C. S. BARTOW.
WEDNESDAY, FE3RUAHY 27th!
At tu Vl.I A. , ai Sale r.,-.m, wi'l he soM
VARIETY OF NEW GOODS!
t oii-seling f '"
i:-urr;il A-nitment of Dry ('ood-t.
An Invoice f I'rc-ri ; rocerie-.,
nk Itrandy und (on.
.1 Lot f saprrlor Jm!rj, aa.I a Lot wf Tinware.
RETAIL STOCK AT AUCTION!
FRIDAY. MARCH 1st,
At 10 OVI k, A. M ,
.1: the Store of M. I t-jirh-i. .li ,.... i Strut.
inn i. s ,id .
the bimm:: or retail stmk on him!
a variety or dry aoonv,
priats, clothiag, 1.0 r or rope.
BOTTLES Or CLARET, t,c, c, e., Ac.
:me f.tii3 ztt Aiac.ioii !
BELMNMNO TO TIIK
VAViriV I'L.V.MATIO.V ( O.MPAXV. ,
Xor Snlo at .Aiietioii
A I Salrrui, i m Honolulu. wis
Saturday, th 9th day of March next.
AT 12 ' CLOCK NOUS.
nK I.F.ASK OP .'
ACRES OF CAXK
f USD for 1J y-ar at a rent ol :Z
'--loO ir annum.
w it the tirst err,p rr.mrs nut ni rrt to be pa I Iwfore. 5
a -res of this :ir.. are already p'ouched and harrowed twice,
r-.,.iy fr planting, and a si-s'aniial stone fenc-i is already
ru-wle on half lhe c.rcun.fcrerc.' ol lhe 'at!.
tie Lease oT .'t aeres i t Car.- I-and f.r 40 years, at a rent of
't t annum. Th land has a glowing crop on it.
One 1- a--" .f i7i acri f I.-unl, n.r r fr 50 yar. at
a r-i.t .f f i5. r aM.mn. 6l a-r-9. Di.r or of thi I.tni
arr . r ttf l-t C.n l.tifl. th.r L.ita.ic i kjU an.l w.jo.i IaimI.
aiut illi lu l t-Tii .n l in a.lirairf- l r n-ut.
One lot of aMut l'!0 pnuiHU tlx: t t M ire for feiM-r.
Tl!- I io-l arr ti.tal.ie f-r Ci.tti.ii as !l a (t ?OKr fan,
art'l .r-- s.tii-ii .1 at Kotuapali, n ar Lthaina, .Muui, ati.i hve a
very R'mI kii.,ri.
t it tnte .rticuUrt iixiiire '.f
A. D. CARTWRItiriT,
Or M. U. CUALI.A.MKL,
I'V) t In tionolulu.
i2nrs;:.ioiM i i i:m j in: i
ON KONDAY, - - - - MARCH 11th,
At 10 -. .k, A.M..
.! Hi l; sliti-nre ff Jfr. ! ... Kiiij Strfit.
Will b M i l :
The Two Story House and Premises !
Now Orrupiril bj .Mr. liurjgraa
On f.e I'r.roi? arr CARRIME HOUSE an.) OTHER
octv m.oi.y as.
Te Iltinc flou. U In n-.air. On th l4 are a Dam
U-r i"f inr r'ruiC aiul Xi!-- Tr-r, ami tli: l t
AiJio. irn.i. be sfn.n
Tin: Fi'ic.MTiriti: k tiii: iioi ski
llairrUKh aixl ch.iirt. Tal.lr. FarurV elvk,
:rit, al. it ut4ltr.. Ilirtf.u. Wirir.l-,
Hti Inning r.Nxu ar. I kit.rhrn furiiiturr,
ihK J.-d lirr .rf Jjf, an. I a 14 of Surulri'4.
OXE tOCAU J.0 GEMT.E HOUSE, well broken Tor
S'injrtr an.l ti.iut'1 !rr', i.ir Wag.i, rtc, ete.
114.', AT TH Ulli TIKE. .I L BSC r"l.b :
a rn: i: or k ilo ami ki la i.am
f.iritaioifn It an.l Si-lO) acr- it!i Wl-r 1'rinl. irir. 1
fttn.)tt K.,lihi tn th muikj ile of Kwa rc.l, r-mm-tiiri ;
at thtf nrarlT enclc-tt.l by a t.iit: wull. Th. re U a
Ifwl rM'l t Uii kAiui.
,irvy may hr fra at tb Sl.n Rim or C. S. BaHTow.
Vi'.W IMI.CS HKST
-klU CANs A. wurraotl all fc-.f.EC Rax, a lory suprier ,
' r Sal.' by
COLUMBIA RIVES. SAL2I0X.
SM tl.l, LOT OF TIIOSK sir-;
rnr 2.luioi. Ja-t hVi-elvcJ.
And For tai- by IUM.I.U Jt Co.
ia ' it
ORAAUE, PECCO, t,e r., ".
Eeo iveil per JlsaT Fsasci.-, an I f.T sale
Ity BoLLKS k. Co.
OAKS, assorted sizes ;
JUST RECEIVED ptr CEYLOX.
For Sale by
bold:- t Co.
Portland Cement, Rosendale Cement
And l AUrORXlA LIME.
A'J fresh and iu Ot lcr. For sale by BOLLE3 & Co.
rrescrved JleaV and Vegetables,
iUAH.iVas, tfC, .
5a!et y P.nLLES Co.
Tar and Titch.
8JF.ST STOCKHOLM TAR IN RARRF.LS.
"0 It. t Slos-kholin 1'iteh in half barrel.
jjj St F. rs .ieby INM.LF.5 Co.
SPEH5I AND WHALE OIL.
nvriMI.VO IIAMlaad FOR
l.y the CIS AT. it. 4 RUE I.
or HALLOA at
ANCHOPkS AND CHAINS !
PIT. "IP.AZL" FKO.M LIVIIKPOOL.
ROV STOCK ANCIMIRS. KH. I1T FROM
171 I'.s lo Xa lbs
l.a n I n'i. . Ipto in. to i.ich.
Snoill Chain i a'ld J inch.
5.VJ it For Sale Low lT
r.i"iLLFS it Co.
Catliolic Clinrch Premises, Honolulu.
,1 IIAYIM. I.ATEI.V RETl'KX-
frMfT 1. L from ?an Francisco
!w-i'krjCi iiih a rw Stork of Jlaurlals
e is pr'iirnl tit li'juit- j
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
5o0 W ith promptness and dispatch. Ijr
r o o 2
us. srsiv v..
IKilM SAN IKAM
II VI KOI AT IMC I'll VMFIANV
Anl ijrndunl of the Afw Yuri. Ily.jrt-lhrraptutie Callryr.
II ivin pp'ie, to the Medical P- ar I of llonololu for a Li .-f r.e
t i.-t-e h--r pr. '-wi-vn and hiniu ln r-lu. .1 said lie--i.a.
is-.i-tfuily off -rs brrv.f at I" R S K to all who my n-d
h..r s. r,e -' Mrs. It rvd -1 yirs ilurinj the relii"fl as
V lnnt-r Niir- i li- I i.i -n Army l.pi:als. and can pro
duce iri-ni"iii.il' i a 1 who m y ib .re to st th rn. R.-.iJ'-oee
in t. Vall.y. I IsaM- fwrtMrrly ecupiril by Mr.
A ye rw.
l.SI.'KAsCK AC! S:.VV
The Equitable Life Assurance Society.
No. BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
The United States Casualty Insurance
95 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
rilllF. riKR-M;r.i II a vim; bkkx
a a.-int"l A'd NT f the al nam- d '..iiip.in-. is
pr-par-l ! is-cie ai plicatxis I -r LIE V. IASI RASCE in a
ofr.p .ry wh.s - j i-r-j is uiirl.e-.l in lhe history of
T i:e P"ii.-is f. r CASUALTY IA SURA ACE in lhe
rv Mutual A.-ci.int Company in A oit.cs.
ir i; J1-JK' K ill1!-
The British Royal Almanac,
IS.-I FD BY AlTHoRITY.
nlKTRIC'HFX A. HAXNAV-i ROVAL
AbiLtinu- for l;T. containing the nval e. iiewl.-y of Fnir
loi l. P-.ra.r-. Parlo.ro-ntary ami Imirt lalemlar, Army auJ
N iy !..;, Consular aiel CihooUI List, Ac, c.
.'. 2m F r Sall by 1 K . M. WniTNEY.
fliEK I'MU'-RSIOnTTo IXTKM) IIKRK-
II a' -r to pre-nl auJ C-Uc t all tl - ir b, IN monthly.
io it -''''?il1LK:!i A" -
'1IIF. IMlEKSKiVKIMlEIX; IMM T TO ,
B I. avetl i. Ki-or '.ni. h i.pi M-l M. WH '
.ri:ii..uin Jt hi A-e .t. b Power of Atti rti-y, lo w.Uls
fell matt. r pertainii to the firm of A- 3- Orinbaom A Co.
loo r.i " A. . ORlNBAl'.M.
iiKVT tecw-- taxi,
H. W. SEVERANCE.
ON TUESDAY. - -
----- FEB. 26th.
At al-s Kvirt, at 1 J .clock, A. M ..
R K ti V L A R S A. L E O V
Rice. Salt. Furniture, &c, &c.
ism(;m;i.smli: of rc.il i:si..tc
.11 1; it ci 1 a ad 1 s 1: !
WAILUKU, 2IATJI, AT AUCTION.
Will. IIP.SOI.lt it pntr-ic ACC
liou by order of tie A- '-.. of Hie F.-tate.
ft JoliS !; ,
. On "Wednesday, the 27th day of February,
At thf .tore of JoLm K.-s. Waihikii, Maui.
At 10 OVI ick, in the lormo-.n,
T!IK I5U.IMK OF STOCK OF Sill) STOCK !
rritit". Co"irr. Whi" an:! liniwn C'.toni,
II u- .'tt-n Whire It.:4. m .ii-trf.
W .ln P. i Cot:ona-i'l Linen . ( ruth,
lla'anl C . I.a-I -.' m.i.iI. ;.. l;r 'I.
Mali's r-a-li!'.-. l;iui;Ltr . i-., t.i:- an.l Liu;
WftJ I'rfr.i. Mi rh'-i. I.4"i:r tr.'l ?-rua:l R .f,
T llr.; in K-r - lie L iii . T hi. ,t,.n Cases,
One Lne Iron a'v. O.I C:ir;. I"a-urs, c,
.i. ri-(Vi f." o.'.f-c urtlc'i f too nnuitrous
ALSO Five llearl Wnrkine Ox-n, HxTowi an J To Calvea,
One tfiwr. One Ox I jrt. Four llurss. One Mule.
AT OA E O'CLOCK IA THE AETERyOOA',
On Thursday, the 23th day of February,
Tin- Follou iii B::il INlalc !
N". 1 Th t.iri P.t i: tils'; anfl Ft.Krpixo HorsE latily
reuf'i-! by John U'-, in a InUti. an.; the uu-zpire.l leH9 of
' the land, having J yeai a an.l 10 in. ii;Ii to rjn.
', No. 2 The Wih.i.ki rin.uixn n-ar th- French Miion
' now occuii-'t by J..I111 Rfs n a Iiwllin; 11. n- ai.l a ('xk
, II..ue, -tr..I the un-X.ir.-1 W-.a- i,f one chHin aqtiitre of land, 2
year of the l-a.-e r'in;iin tinex.iri'il.
No 3 The Lea for 5 years of 11 acres of Ki.o T.ait it
j nate.l in l.iohaka, Vai!uku. now plantej Kith kalo. Kent,
JUo ier annum.
No. 4 The for 5 year of a Lot of Kalo Ijasi, near
' Lot No. 3, containing 2 cli-iins an.l 2 Tirhoms.
I No. 5 The I-"!"r3 years from July 27. 1S7. f 12 and
H 10O aire Iai..1 in Waikapii. 1 a. from tlr' I'onr.l of K.liit--j
ti 11, at a renin! of f 1 -r a. re yrr nnnuiu. torttir with the rr-.p ;
- A Cii now crow mix ilitr.gn, sui.l lain! bt-in tncl'nl with a
itoimI wire fence.
N... 6 All tbe rieht an.l ti'l- of J..m V.nr in an.l to 4-1i0 :
1 of an a':re of Kalu La?iii in WaiTice an.l now - irti'illy plantetl I
I with Kulo. I
j Trriiix nnilr luown nl Snlr. I
TIKIS. W. KVFUF.TT, Auctioneer.
A'or Sate or to I.c-nl.
TIIR l .tl.L ( (ITTA TK .tMI-9w
rKI.-MISKS now occupied by ta- nuii.lersigue-d. -f
Possession will le given in April.
UV 5t M. II. P.KCIvWITII.
TO 15 Si IAYV.
TIIR DI DOIT I'KKMISKS, ON BO
r tai.i street.
bt 3t Apply lo J. W. Afi-TIX.
f A VERV OFSIKtCLK FAMILV
Ij- RF..-IIO.M F. now yeui.i.-l I y .. Vctt.l.l.Y, th
t Ef . and situatetl ..n tne road ti Wai.iki. cm
prismir one aete of La'd, aril enci.Md, with ut buildings.
Trruia Kuay. t ur furth'-r par-.icnhirs at-piy to
.. V. St I lllFS.
lit! lot Two iloi.r alnve U.ve .V P.rtli.-ia llakery.
DOWSETT & 6o7
OI'FKIt FDK SILK TIIK
CARGO OF THE BARK KUTUSQFF,
. (OMPI.ETK ASSORT-
1 INCH P.O 4 I'. OS.
li INCH I:oARr5,
Ji INCH l:OAKr.-.
Ass 1 INCH PLANK.
SCANTLING OF ALL DIMENSIONS !
Tjn;pieJ and (Ir.ievc'l Ft''rinc, 1 inch and li inch.
I:ET I ElAi: SHAVE!) slllXULES, laths,
500-2io I'OWstTT A CO.
1? or S si 1 c I
The Honolulu Iron Works Company
HAVE US IIAM AM FOR S.tLE TIIK
FOLLOW I Mi
.a. c i-E i sr n y i
Which they aro prc;anil
TO DISPOSE OP ON EASY TERM'S TO PCR1I AsER.-!.
O.VK SL'l'KKIOR M CAR MILL. 24xlO In.
S-tiiic as I'upt. ll'-hri'ii's. '
Thi Mill is j'ist completed, and the undersigned begs lo
invite particular attention to the ian and Workinaiohip.
ONE EXCKLLENT M CA R MILL.
Anil Horse Power f.r same. To be sold together or separate.
ONE SMALL Mf; Alt MILL.
Ilii I Inelirm. Wiih or without Horse Power.
ONE STEAM ENfilNE. 10 ir.ch cylinder, 2 inch
roke, the same a Mr. Cornwall's, with improved
R.a:ui it r.
T Y a S M A Lb ST E A M ENGINES.
Inch Cylinder, 10 inch tn ke,
lr liii-ii'iifj t iitr'.j'iijid M'fhiiifs.
Same pattern as the one at K 'hala I'ointati .u. Capt. Hobron's
at. I VI r. Ni.-hol.ns th-orire'. an.l which have -riven iireat satis-f.-vlion,
l:avini( becu d-.-n;n'.'l expn-siy for il.e re.pnreniais.
ONE SKCONO HAM) l l'IIK.IIT STEAM
9 Inch cvlind-r. IS inch stn.k-, with fprii-ht Boiler, if r-ipjired.
1 lo e-ati lie had a bargain at. l watranl.-d perfect.
ONE NEW CtlRNISlI ISOILI'.R. for 1 Horse
FOI R CENTR1FIGAL MACHINES.
Built at 11. I. W. Co's Work, with all the late-t iu.pr"Vt-ments
and warratile-J to K'rc satisfaction if erected by our own
TWO T I - R It I N E W II E E LS.
Sehirle's pat-nt, suitable f-T running a pair of Centrifuga
For driTing Centrifuial M i !iine. a very mieri r power, to be
had al haif Cost.
THREE NEW STV.LE OF R EG I" LA TO RS
For ple.nu F'loriues.
Th.-e are p-vin; great s it f..-t oii, rtuoir the Encine to work
st. a lily ua.br vary in,; loads, an. I a C .1..-1 b rai l saving of fuel.
THREE N. a. G I FFA R IS INJECTORS.'
10 SHEET I RO A SUGAR COOLERS, a-.d. i.zem.
100 BRASS WIRE CLOTHS, (r Cc-.lriuf il Machines
1 Pa.r Lars-e llan.ls.ime Hull: IIT IRONGATES,
These are worlh in-pictioti.
STEAM EAGIAES. SUGAR MILLS,
IROA AAI 1-RAiS C ASTIAGS
I A ( V E E A I A I i , GATE s
I): IF-. HI LLOCK IfAGOAS,
AuJ attcrr of the latest in-.p-nvc I WIN I M I lAi capa
ble tf lifting 10.' 00 sal on wat-r lr 24 hours;
Made to orde-r.
IT v i ii iX oil IT a n (1
A Lai -j .lt..rfn. nl of"
Sheet, l'ir Ir .n, Anh Iron,
Shafiin.-. Pipine. FINiws and T-. c, to suit;
f uiain or Wat- r C.- k. A aires.
Water liauire f. r t.-:im b'.ikr.
Tal.w and Oil t ups.
Ilvseaod I n .n I'onplinir".
India r.ul.'T Picking,
1J.D 1 RK
Best Walk-mi th' (oal. in ra-ks.
AVe are prepare 1 to saj i-'y the aants of our friends at
R E I I' C E I RATES.
X. B Evry d.-scription of OOt SAH'tAG and TURX-
IAU c-.ecu--e.lfr parties.
HONOLULU IRON WoRKj COMPANY.
M0 3ta THOH. HI GIIES. Manag-x.
SArVi'L SAV'DG E
'srdzflZy . s4Tr;.. ;-jiA NAV
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET.
Sll ROOMS IX 1 POUXD TINS,
FRKNCn PEA?, in 1 lb. tins;
ASSORTED FRENCH MEATS,
FINE SCOTCH OATMEAL. 21b. tins;
GLASS JAK3 DEDICATED MILK.
aSSOUTEI) LONDON' CISC'LITSI
BOTTLES TADLE bALT,
Ml'STARD, half pound b. 4 ties;
WHITE WISE VINEOAn.-iUBfts;
CHILE YINF.QAR, piuts;
A SNORTED HERBS, in half pound bottles;
CAPER., SALAD OIL, pints, half pints, nr. nts;
GR0VND CINNAMON, half pound bottles;
GROUND GINGER, half pound bottles-,
CAsTOlt OIL, quarts;
J AR j SALARATCS,
JARS CARB. SODA,
RASPBERRY JAM. 1 pound jars;
STRAAVBERRY JAM, 1 pound jars;
MIXED JAM, 1 pound jars
HATTY'S PIE FRC1TS.
HATTY'S N Alton PICKLES,
SARDIN E, half tins;
SARDINES, quarter tins;
i TINS SCOTCH SALMON",
TINS SALMON C FT LETS,
TINS HERRINGS A LA SARDINK.
SMALL BOTTLES CAYENNE.
LEA V I-KRRIaV'S WORCESTERSHIRE
GROSSE & BLACKWELL'S PICKLES
AND PIE FRUITS.
GENL'INE MALT YINE0AR.
Zi YORK II A MS.
4 rriu) y, r.nn i a nv -23.
Circuit C'wurl t llnnaii Sptcinl Trim.
TLi t.'im f.f t!;.' "irci.it r. urt f..r tV
: TLirtl .lu.iicia! M-i: it. onl.-n-.l ly":Lf ChuT Ju
ti -i. for tin- tii.il vl" l'.i;t'-..iii! a ami Kaliaiiliku. m.-fii-M-.l
i f tLf i:iu:iiT f Iti-nry C'.urk. at Kau!i:iki.
' S.iu-h K.:ia. Hawuii. en tli- niht f i!n I'Aih .f
Ni'Vi'tul'iV !.it. t .ik :it W.iimru. fi!: tri-Ilri:!
: t!.o "ih iti-t.iat. jut ot.l.T. His Il.iur. Jas-
U;. Ihiviri. i,f tue- .iii.Tca:!- f'.urt. jr-ei Jiu. x?.-i.-t-!
ly Jii'Jf Nai:ij;utk;ti .f 11 I'itcuit. Th Tis
, ni.t r.-. whu hud lo--n ci!tin-l in O-ihii Jail i!ic
! tl t ir arr-st by S"htri;T Neville Ijsi Nov'inl. r, an.l
li;ul ht't-n s-t'ii: up to U'ainu a l.y the sTojm'r vf t!;
j -lib. in cLarf of CfficiT Wills, w re arraigntd on
I Friday luoruing. tht tth instant, under an elubo-
r.tie and very thorouirh indictment, prepared hv
! Attorney General Thillijis. wLo conducted the
j.n.reciuion. and both the prisoners pleaded rot
, guilty. They were very ably ueftcded by .
'. I'latide Jones. Lj. The trial occupied four wholt
: days the jury not being allowed to sejiarate dur-
I mr Iri'i tin,.. nrM .'..ttirni a Ii., lyml., A.
..... . .. . (...in; ai
; 0 o'clock in the evening; of Tuesday, after a delib
! eration of three hours. The verdict of guilty of
j murder was signed by eleven jurymen the tweluh
' slating that, while he concurred in the verdict as
; to Fu.ikaula. he was of the opinion that Kahauliko
shoulil be convicted of manslaughter. A case of
j inch grave importance, involving the investigation
of a crime without a parallel in the history of Ila-
i waiian jurisprudence iu the jioint ol cold-blooded
; atrocitv. v
ery naturally excited a great deal of
both among foreigners and natives, and
room and the grounds of Judge I.indsav
' Were crowded with attentive listeners during the
j As. the prisoners were brought into Court, man
i acled together, much curiosity was evinced to get
! a view of their features. Paakaula, the younger of
f the two. and. as it appears, the leading villain, is a
j young, fmooth-fcc-d fellow, very strongly built,
and under tl;
tn...li,..n ai-,,. nn,m.i.il ,,n.l..r
' ti j
j twentv-fivi, with a well for moil Load (lie is a jrnul-
t uate of Lahainaluna'). but with a bail eye and a
j bold expression of countenance. Kahauliko, on
! the contrary, is tall and rather slim, with a melan
i choly countenance, about '.io. and is evidently of a
more stupid, unreasoning nature one of those kind
j of villains lilted to become the unquestioning tools
! of more ingenious and commanding minds like
! that of Paakaula.
! The teslimonv for the oroseeution was verv
' . " ..... "I
, voluminous looiiiuen so lor piiuiicauou in your
journal. The facts, however, appear to have been
these: The idea of murdering and robbing Clark j
. . . , ... i, e, ..,, .
oi iginated w ith I aakaula. who. after much per- i
suasion, induced Kahauliko to Iiecorue his accom- I
.. ,. . i i-ii
I lice. I roce-eding at night to the utilise which
, , ....
si anus by itself, far removed from any other babit-
. - , ., !
ation thev remained secreted under a wall until i
jast midnight, when, lighting, a torch, they went
I to the doeir and called to Clark, telling him that i
they had got the man who stole his money some
two weeks before. Clark came out, before doing !
I which, however, he awoke an old native who was
in his employ, and who slept iu a hut just in the
rear of his own house, and the only person besides
himself on the premises thus apparently suspect
ing something wrong. ThH old man thus became
the main witness in identifying Paakaula, who held
J the torch, the light of which distinctly revealed bis
t features. Paakaula told Clark that Kahauliko, who
! was squatting down with his face concealed, was j
the thief, whereiion Clark told him to stand up
and immediately upon bis rising to bis feet the :
torch was extinguished and Paakaula sprang upon !
('lark, bearing him to the ground, und getting both
his (Clark's) legs upon, bis (Paakaula's) shoulders,
doubled him up. at the same time calling upon
Kahauliko to assist. Hie latter immediately
jumped and seized Clark by the throat, choking
him. while the other fiend, horrible to relate, ac-
tually tore out his testicles! This of course all
; fool; place in a very short space of time, ana tne j
; old man (w ho is between sixty and seventy.) hav-
j ing made an ineflectiial attempt to drag Kahauliko
I oil from bis master, started for the nearest village j
to give the alarm. In running away he was chased j
I and stoned by Paakaula. but providentially escaped
. in the darkuess, and, contrary to the
intentions of I
! the murderers, lived to liejcoiue the main instru
' ment in procuring their conviction. After the old
' man escaped, fear seized upon the most cowardly
; of tue two Kahauliko who ran ott home, leaving j
' the cool, deliberate Paakaula to perform alone the
! last act in the terrible tragedy. This he accom- j
i plished by dragging the now insensible, though
; perharps not quite lifeless body of Clark into-the j
store, heaping upon and about it bags of coffee and
pieces of goe-ds. and setting fire to the whole with " ,llt- fcmeigfii. aim tue running oi me trains uas
tho hope and design thus to obliterate all material ; M',n interrupted. During the night the wind
evidences of the crime. It makes one shudder to j "auled to W. and N. W., which with you is a favor
think that the poor victim may have returned to ! Mti change ; with us. however, it has become very
consciousness only to die a second death from the i co,!- iin' hvvY snow-storm has set in. promising
devouring flames "of his own house! When the vil- I P"0'1 sleighing. Thus terminates our " Kona.'
l...r..r ..eons..,! l.v H,e obi ni.n. reached Ibe soot. I
the roof had fallen in, and most of the interior of
: the Louse was consumed, while on the floor, be-
ncatli a smouldering pile of cotfee and remnants of
j pieces of goods, lay the remains of poor Clark, the
, slumps of tho bones of his legs and arms protrud
ing from the dreadful Tyre.
The above account is deduced from the testimony j
and from the voluntary confessions of the murder-
' ers, made before the trial. A very strong and in- i
genious attempt was made on the part of the de- .
fence to prove an alibi, but the jury, which was I
: composed of very respectable and intelligent Ha- j
waiians. appear to have weighed the entire testi- j
nioiiy very carefully, and with quite as much good ;
I judgment as could have been evinced by a jury of
F.r.gli.-hiuen or Americans. The w hole proceedings ;
I were fully and clearly rendered into Hawaiian by j
' a competent interpreter, specially employed for j
the occasion ; the pleadings, both of the counsel ;
for the prisoners and of the Attorney CJeneral, '
were able, searching and eloquent ; and the charge
of the learned Justice to the jury was extremely
lucid and thorough.
On Thursday morning the prisoners" counsel ar
gued before the Court a motion for arrest of judg
ment on various legal and technical grounds. The
motion was1 however overruled, and on Friday .
morning the prisoners were brought up for sen
tence. Paakaula being first called up, Justice j
Davi ad I roused bim as follows :
Paakacla i A'ou have been chared before this Court with
the highest criin- known to the laws of this or any other ctvil
ni d country that of depriving a filow living of life, with :
malice af'ii thought, without justification or extenuation of law,
eoniprelien I-1 in that awful word, murilrr. in that you did, '
on the mght of the loth of Novemt-r, lan5. kill one Henry I
Claik.ut Kanhako. South Rons, Hawaii. In accordance with
thi charge you have had the lien, fit of a trial, as was your
r.jht, by an impartial jury of your own countrymen. The
pro?eud.ni against y.'U has In-en conducted fairly, under the
l.un ane supervision of the C urt. M-j--h evidence of a strin- .
cent character, bearing opon your guilt, has b-en excluded, i
from the ib-iicate care which ail Curls fe-l in such cas.-s. that .
your rights might not l in the slighb -t degree impaired by the
a Ini's-i. n rf any testimony not strictly I-gil in its character.
A'au have had the opportunity to introduce the proofs in your
ili.-pie ; you have l--n .! ( -n.b d by coim-.-l of your own s-ee.
ti u. with'und-niable anility and z-al. Afb-r a protracted and
Car-ful .lelit'eraiion. a verdict of guilty ha t'cn returned,
again'! ju. llr.wtv.-r metan. ln.iy such a result may be, from
your i':t-lii.-n e and previous education. It rannot have b.-e-n
unaniicipat.-d by y-tirse.f. The enormity of the crime, or rather .
crimes. f which you have been the perpetrator, stands without '
a p;.ra!' I in the annals of your c- un try. As regards the mo
tive a hich implied you to the commission e.f th.s deed, th.-re
d" S not appear t'i l the palliation which somct me . i-ts in
criiio-s "f this nature, nam ly, a desire sprinjitig from jeiou.y
or revenge, t" r-.lr--s a wrong you might have fanco-d you hud
r . eiv. .1. I ut a bas-r motive the lustfal gr-s-1 of ga.n. At
tin- n.i Inight noiir, in a rem' te and l-ney part of the couu'ry,
y..u s;e nii.iiy cr.-pt u;on your victim, ae-coii.tiai.ied by 3'oiir
a... ci i'- in crime, while h wss repo'i-ig in peace und. r his
own r - f, unsu-pecting f the horrid fate which awaited him at
y ur hands. With a tiendi'h adroitness you decoyed hint out-si.!-
"f his dwelling, by caliiug that you had in charge the thief
by sli n he had been lately robh.-d. After a short conversa-
ith him in front of his house, ar d in the presence of an old
man. who unexpected entrance upon the so ne niut have
I..-.-H n-o-t iiiopr-ortune for your puroe of s-crecy, and whos
s iL . i. M esc lie- from the s..-. ne of .b uh hii been one of the '
n. -i n in-trnments in ! rii gin your nefarious Conduct to lij-ht, '
you rus!,ed u;kiii tlie deceased, calliiig up.u your acc-n.plicc to
a:-l y- u in tiiru-tir.g him down, disabling aud ov-.Tpow- ring
I im. an.l if not d- p iving him of life at that ni. m-nt, at least
'. iv;e,g h m in so ii sensible a condition as that h- was unable
: . r s. at.) more. It would seem that your ac.- M.',.':ce, at this .
.iiio-ture, -tunned by the enormity of th- crime, tied. After a
.ru. il-s pursuit of the old man, you returned to tl. s awful
cene, and ui. terrified by whst had already paite.l, you drag-
i c-.i tli. Knly i f jnir Tiotiin i-:to L15 own houf, th.-re l'inn no
tber KTupAiits i f thi ilwellir.c. an l ierhs after a liaty
s :i--'-h af:. r uoh N.y a -u n-uH r-a.i ly Uy .nr hm.l ..,
y !i tii. i ...... ,ii tl.f t i-i. -iii. .-riii... ,ilr- tv .-..rrtnott. -1. Iv
alotlt-r l!.'t I I M.i!;.i; fc.' l tip. (. ..U'.v, tin by, I llou'H.
tru-'. ! obl Uu: al! trao if t!.o cv r. Such in a brief
r!rlof the i:.i-i.lt:i' ol that nr.-t.t. where y.u were the
I r; a. t r. Such a:r-:.ty it ei:i:rt-l at 14:1111. with the
irl.: ir !y it :H chAnu-t. r of the H1w.11.ap5 that, ha I ny. llic
1 c: t-e n . ci'-i ry proven, it w .uid m .i..-alt U pive cre-.i.-i.ce
t-'liit- iti ry. An.l 1: : o-t.3it..ry r. k:i -w. ev-n ai.l.T
i th.se :M,.t.ou cn-iuustai.ee-. t.'.t the name it a llawa ian has
! rvvt r t'rt re levn i-ru;-!rl w::h ci ;tne of .!eep a dye a the
one T h ch y ?taud civ:.-ie. l.ere t kUv. The outraged
lw I..! a-.l j v.ur cvuntry d'-maa ! that y.-ur tif- !.h'Kiid y
t!.e t -rfct ah-l. -i hre . .l. iib-r.itly a:i-l su w tv-Lelly m
eurre.1. It ti.t-ref.-re only reni.iin f.- me to -rf m thf .l
bit inicr:-.!ire duty wj.:eli d v-.tv.-? U..u ne .f r .tHincini;
ur- o u the .irra.i se:.u-r:oe of tt.rl.w. 'And Ut n:e nnnnj
y.'U in ail s,iirrn'.y that, alter having p.ii.l, with y.-ur life, the
ni.!.y of the I :is of man which . a hae so crirv..u-'y 1 ut
; ra.-d. there i yetai.other aud h.!wr tr.l.uiial trf n- a hu-h
, yu n.ust !...rl!y :iij'tar, fn'iu h. -e -ti there i no ap-
- -il to wh.-se a!l-e-ir.tf rye all iv-ret9 are ofK-n. Let it be
y our ea rn. i.; n-.e. v r then. .1 u itic ti.e rt tiia :h.i da iT life
i which u:ay In ailoUed to you. t.. .rei-an curel to apK:ar bo-
f -re li.m who is the J-i '.j .f all.
The 51 tecee of the Court is thit you, ra:ikui:t, convicted of
1 the murvlc-r of ilenry Ciark. le taK.-n heuce to the place from
whence yt-u can e. th. re to n-ina.ii in the eu-t.-dy of the j-h.-riiT
of llawtii, or his deputy, until Tu ftiall be nmored, by the
first opportunity, to thr thihu Prison on th? Island of Oahu,
there lo he pUixd uiol. r the tust ilv of the Marshal of the Ha
waiian Islands until Iri.lay, the 5.h day of April n xt ttisuuiif,
on which day, between tin- h.Hirs of nine and twelve in the tore-
1 noon, you are to Iw haneed by the neck, by the pn per officer
. cf the law. within the wai;s of sa.J pris.n, until you are dead,
and may tiod l.ave mcr.7 ozi your soul.
The le.llov. sentenoe was tlien passed upon
the other pi iseiner. KahauHko :
1 KiBin two : Yoa, likewise have been charj-sl b.fvre thi
. ' other civiIii.tI country that of deprivinc a fellow beeig of lie.
i. . . .....
with malice af -ethouj;l.t, without ju.tiflcation or eiienuation of
law. con.prehei.drj in that awful w. rd murder, in that you did, '
ou the niaclit of the 13rh of Novemlw, ISrWj, kill one Henry
Clark, at Kituhako, South K na. Hawaii. In accordance with
this chartte. you also have had the benefit of a trial by an im
partial jury of your own couutrymm. The prosecution atrainst
you has been conduct ed fairly, un ler the humane supervision
of the Court. A in lhe rase 4 your partner in crime, rou-h
of the evidence btarinp upon y.Hjr guilt was excluded from the
ciiiideration of the jury, undt-r the siKcial ins:ructi"ns of the
Court. Kvery eff.rt haB been niade by your couns.-l to miti
Hte the force of the evidence adduced against yeu, and al
though it is true th it uik-s not ap)ear Iroin the testimony
that yu were the originator of this diao-.lical scheme tf atro
city, yet it does apiiear that y u suffered yourself to become the
nady instrument and participant in the hands of the more lc-tennint-d
Paakaula. t assist hitn in accomplishing thi- horrid
urpose which his depraved nature had already conceived.
You suffered yourself to b4 borne along UMn the cuirent of
a-ickedness en which he had already embarked, with no effort
on your own part to resist its sway. Suffice it to say, that the
jury have been satisfied of your entire complicity in the crime,
and have n n.tered a verdict of ftuiity against you. V hil
waintiir U-n. ath the wall for the moon to set, that the darkness
tuiht shi--ld j '.ur horrible act, while your assiariate was enact,
tinic the drceiiiul portion of this tragedy, and while you yet had
moments of rerlect-oii to induce you, as you afterward did,
when too late, to flee the dreadful scene, and repent before your
(od of the awful piirr,k-e you had foimed, yet you remained,
awa. ting the s i;iial ol your associate to take your part in thi
b-rr.M- drama. It is unm-e-essary to advert further to the
; iirea.iful circumstances already detailed by the C.mrt In it
! sentence i.n raakauia. an.l which hs been pninounc-a in
your hennnK. The outratre-d laws of UIhI and of your country
d. mand also that vour li!e should pay the forfeit which you
. .: , . . .. :.. .
have so deliberately and wickedly incurred. Let me remind
i you. likewise, that afte-r having pai I with your lif thj fienatty
j of the laws of man, there is a higher tribuual before which you
must shortly apjiear. lyt me bese'ech you, although at this
lute jieri.Kl, to cherish a sincere spirit of repentance that re
i pentance to which, at one time, you appeared to be inclined.
but wh e-h the dark tlepra ity or your heart extiiipuisned or
ohscured Let it be your duty, then, to make every effort, by
devotion and contritiou, to prepare your soul to appear before
the OinniS'-ient Judire.
In accordance with the law, the sentence of the Court is, that
you. Kahauliko. convicted of the murder ot HenryClark.be
taken hence to the place from whence you came, there to re-
main in the custody of the sheriff of Hawaii, or hi deputy.
J0" "'" ',e ",S"V lI'e.II,",,,,l '
0-.hu. there to be placet! under the custody of the Marshal of
the Kingdnru. until Friday, the 5th day of April next ensuing,
on which d.iv, between the hours of nine and twelve in the fore-
n.m you ar; f0 hHnerA hv ,,. ne,.k ty lhe pl.oper wfficer8
of the law. within the walls of said prison, until you are dead,
and mav Ooil have mercy on your soul.
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The business being closed, the Court adjourned
NOTKS OF THE WEEK.
Washington's I5iutiiiay. This great American
anniversary occurred yesterday, and was observed
! by a general display of bunting throughout the
tow n, and II. 15. Iiouse. Ksq.. acting for the American
Minister, received visits at the Legation. Ameri
cans scattered everywhere throughout the world
will always be found ready to honor the birthday
of the Futher of their country, whose name has
been imperishably engraved on the temple of fame,
and those living in Honolulu can join as heartily
as their countrynuti at home iu singing :
Welcome lo the day returning.
Hearer still as aces How,
Mhite the torch of Faiih is burning
Long as Free loin's altars glow.
See lhe hero whom it gave us.
Sluinlieriug on a mother's breast ;
for the arm he stretched to save us,
Be Ils morn forever blest."
Fkbrcakv 22i was not only the anniversary of
j George Washington but also of our tewnsman,
Commodore Joux Paty, of the bark Comet. He is
j &miWg our 0ijest pioneers, having resided hero
j over tl)irtv y,. aIU- we trllst may nve to witness
lhe return of many more of his birthdays, honored
us tut. ,iay jSj wpn ?tlch D,,hli associations. .
" K'ona v .torvi in P.oston. An old resident
of th-' islands, now living ia P.oston, in a private
ll',f,'r- ,latia Iccuiber 2Mb, renewing bis sub-
scription lor tne iitvernser, wiocn lie says ne
receives very regularly, and atfords bim and bis
wife greater pleasure than the perusal of any
American paper, tells the following :
" Yesterday we had an old-fashioned Kona storm,
blowing a perfect hurricane from the S. and S. li,
accompanied with rain, just such a blow as you
have every w inter. The tide in the harbor rose
unusually high, and much -damage was done.
Nearly all the railroads were vilikia, some being
I 1. 1 1 al... T a- a I . a 1 .
-vl me "Vviuo ana eise-wnere, i ouen meet our
old island friends, and the theme is generally
Hawaii and Honolulu. Our aloha for " auld larig
syne" don't diminish by absence.
The Weatiikk. This usually trite subject,
which it bas been customary to twit newspaper
folks with as being their ihrn'irr resort, when all
other sources failed of getting something to talk
about the weather, bes taken up a good dal of
attention during the past two weeks. The rain,
which was so much needed has fallen in ample
showers, and so far as we have ascertained,
throughout the entire extent (if the Islands, from
Hawaii to Niihau. rain has been abundant during
the past ten or fifteen days. " The Lord rains ; let
the earth rejoice." We have heard ol no damnge
by freshets, during the recent rains, although the
quantity that has fallen between the mornings of
the 10th and 22d, amounts to 12.19 inches. Since
then considerably more rain has fallen.
Domesticated. About six weeks ago Mr. C. E.
Williams bought from "Oakum" a hive of bees
; which the lat ter hail captured in the woods. The
; little workers appeared to relish the change from
' their mountain home to the busy hum of a cabinet
: shop, f..r they, went right to work making their
. dainty sweets, and have kept at work through the
dust and drouth of the busy street. The other day
Mr. Williams took about thirty pounds of rich
; honey from the hive, leaving some twenty pounds','
sufficient to prevent any discouragement to the
. little workers on account of the large quantity
taken aw ay.
. s Watekspocts. Some years ago we recollect of
hearing or reading that a waterspout hail burst oil
Maui, at a place called Ckumehame, not far from
Lahaina. and which destroyed some valuable
land. We hear from Ilaw'aii that a similar phe
nomenon has recently occurred there on M iunakca.
which has carried large quantitios of sand and
rot k dow n to tin- plains. The French Comini-.-ioii-er.
and the I'm -h.ui t'on-u! Me.-srs. I'eranger and
Schaef.-r were th-tcrred from ascending Maiinnkea
on this account, under lhe advice of Mr. Parker of
Plant Tkees. There is no better season for
transplanting trees than this, or for raising them
from the seed. The algeroba. mango and ni'iiikey-
pod will grow atai'i-t anywhere, if protected f"i" the
first year or two. The rapid growth of all these,
w hen in well watered localities, is surpri-ing. The
mir.go will commence bearing in three or four
years from the seed, and is equally valuable for
fruit or shad''. A little effort at this season ol tin;
year in starting trees, will meet with more reward
than double the labor during the summer.
T - A seaman, beloncing to the Ijtrkarnn,a, i
s thrown from a hoi e vest-rd . v. near the Com- j
niercial Hotel, and had his log broken.
7" The bark b-legraphed last evening is sup
posed to be the Et'j'e, li, days from Bremen, or
the 77. 11. WvoJ. 132 days from the same port.
- Thi; Krukm. The llawaii oi w.i kl whi. h bears The ..u j of St. .V.jrV, a ik w journal publiljrd
the t'lifcoino; tiilt. lias verv miieh impi . tl sinee ' u Vei.ioe. repurls that (be Municipal t'outtcil of
il- m .110, ,..;,, P ls. .1 i;,i7. the hands ,.f Hie l;,-v. ' Tri''l( U x """"l3r r-.lvt J agsta.st ibw ..J
. 11 ,- 1 1. 1 1 , nii-sn.n of the JeMiKH inlii tbiil i-ii
I'l. I.. 11. tlUlie'k. It I'Uls l.lir U li.'lS.ll-e a IHTUM- ; r lUll ,,, . , . . . T- 1 1
I Le firurlaltoti jf ratt.r hum In IitiJ in I- o .!.. I
iient. as it ah t aily i- a eeiilessedly UM-fuI in-titiitioti.
('.ti e appears lo lie lakt ti to exclude from ils eed
uiniis a::lhit!i; that liiiht idletid lhe npast refined
i mind, and till Mho know anWi.iiig ubout lhe 11a-
: nuii.iii laucuage. will readily understand how
mueh is;ilai'et must be reipiired in an editor.
' uuder sueh eircumstsnces. Judiinij fiom the rd
umtis ef the A'icAiM. we should say that 110 liille
time and atlen'.ieiu is bete.ed upon that povtieiii
beaded "Nil lb"i Kuioko." ; fr trauslaii.in of
which would petbaps read Internal News. nr. a
domestic summary. To those who can read ll.t-
waiian. or who have native families, the A"'.iA(u
witl be a valuali'.e journal. It lias but recently
filtered on its sixth year. The suhsci iptien pri.e
, is only f J.lid per annum. The j. resent circulation
is nearly 2..I1RI ci'jiies each week, aud steadi!y ia-
! A Caki. ('. K. II i'.liiuns. Esq.: Myde.trir In
this inorniuo-a Ctnumerci'i! A!i trti.rr it is stated
editorially that the piano used by me on Tliuisday '
evening la.-s, und kindly loaned tne by you fiom
your residence, did not give satisfaction to the j
Pianist." Ac. Allow me to correct that statement.
, . ... .
! ,r ' S'ves me pleasure to suite itiai u out g:v e nu
entire satisfaction, and was the best oiano I was
;' able to find in Honolulu, after diligent search,
i 1Ionoi.i i.i-, Feb. lUli, 1S07. K. r. Jaffa.
! We have simply to smte that the wtiier of the
item referred to received his information from a
1 gentleman who was present at th concert, and
j who understood it h expressing the private opin
! ion of the pianist. 'Wo are happy to learn that
! such was not the case, and that the jiiano was the
best, she was able to find in Honolulu.
i " IIako Timks. Owing to the drouth the natives
have had rather hard time-s. Poi has been more
costly than bread. A calabash that usually cost a
: quarter, now commands fifty cents, ami is well
watered at that. At Wai-ilua. on this island, wo
are informed that the natives.-i-men, women and
children have been forced, by the scarcity of food.
to go u p into the mountains and dig ti root and
bake it in order to maintain life. The recent rains,
however, will romovo the anxiot iu jvMt of the
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scarcity OI loon w uieu w us iiireaieueu iy lue long
continue.! uroiun. haziness, nowever, nas nau a
j great deal to do with the scarcity of food.
A Mapk Mast. The clipper ship Kenihrorth,
captain tsrow n, w men nas recently iieeu tiiscuurg-
ing coals for the Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
ut the steamboat wharf, was found to have re
quired a new foremast. The Messrs. Foster took
the job in hai'd. and have executed it in a manner
that proves unquestionably that Honolulu is pro
vided with as good and skillful mechanics as any
other port in the Pacific. The mast is what is
termed in seamen's parlance a made mast," not
being formed of a single spar, but built of sepa
rate pieces. This style of mast is considered by
nautical men as superior to the old plan of a single
A new Yacht. The schooner Fruiter, which ar
rived on Thursday from New London, has made a
long voyage for so small a craft, having nearly
circumnavigated the globe, and sailed over 20.000
miles. She is under command of Capt Daniel
Watrous. who brought out the schooner Euoiiiie,
now in port. The Fruiter touched first at Cape
Town September 21, for wood and water. She
1 next stojped in New- Zealand and lastly at tho
Marquesas, arriving in port on the 2 1st ,2 31 days from
New London. Though of only 40 tons register, she
is. of 70 old measurement, and capable of carrying
COO kegs of sugar. Her captain claims that she is
one of the easiest and Guest seaboats be was ever
To Navigatoiis. Messrs. Taber & Brother, of
New P.edford desire us to make public the follow
ing corrections in the American Nautical Almanac
for 1807. Captains will please make a note of tho
" 18 J.
epiiemeries for lSUrt.
March 8. Sun's Declination, far 4"' reif 39'.
March 8. Si.lcrial Oh, .or 5SS.03 read 60s. 03.
August 13, Sun's Declinalion.ybr al' read 31".
Novemlier 27, Sun's Ascension, for 16m read 14m.
Decemlier 26, Equation of Time,yr Oin read lm.
December 27. Equation of Time, for Om reau lm.
Dece'ber 29, Sun's Declination.or 3o".3 rtiid 2o".3.
SHEEP Farm at Molokai. His Majesty the King
bas a fine sheep run on the- Island of Molokai, un
der the charge of Mr. John, Burrows. The schoon
ers liinuc.e and Hob Hoy on Friday week took on
board one hundred of the Cue sheep from the Hock
of J. P. Parker, of Ilamakua, to be transported to
Molokai, for His Majesty's ranch. The schooners
had a very smooth trip across the channel between
Hawaii and Maui, and on Saturday night armed
at their destination.
Adjournment. The Evangelical Association of
the Island of Oahu. which bas been in Bession in
this city during the Erst part of this month, ad
journed on Monday last. Much interesting informa
tion was laid before it respecting the religious
condition of the Hawaiians. At Waialtia. a revival
has been in progress for several- weeks, and in the
female seminary, which bas about sixty pupils,
there have been some forty conversions.
Tk N Ii K 9 1 1 I I ("BilSS
Ian I Baa VaflllsalMIW I tswBIBW f,
Gen. Kilpatrick bas taken to himself a
Hcnry Ward Beecher is writing a novel for tbe
New York Ledger.
. ..... .t, .,v,i: ,iv, rt
t,D;ITrinlthce l-tfoartecn months the public debt of
the United States has been reduced 206,37y.oG5. -
The President's message is teceived with great
favor at the South.
The English Parliament probably aesembled on
the 6ib of February.
The Jesuits are orenlv preparing to depart from
There are 3,771 large brewers in the towus of
Trussia. aud 3,oj2 iu tbe villages. i
Sharks are sold for food in the Paris markets.
The cholera aas again broken out with iucreascd
virulence at St. Petersburg.
Gentlemen from Alabama and Georgia are in :
Washington soliciting aid for the starving people of
those States. i
A new reervoir is begun in Cincinnati, designed ;
to hold 103.000.000 Kilions of water. It will ctist
I ftl .iVtO-dOO. e I
A rare sight at the Paris Exhibition will be a com- j
Plete set of American coins.
' , .
Metuowst The C entcnary Fund, as reported in
Zion't Herald, has reached the sum of 5,lo8,ood. ,
j A Msine boy amused himself some years ago plant-
ing apple seeds. The result is a net profit of 700
j from a fine orchard Ibis season.
i Mr. Choy Cum Chung.au intelligent Chinaman,
! has been engaged lo teach in the school in San Frau
cisco. designed exclusively for bis couotrymeu.
I The negroes of Washington are greatly elated over
' the passage ot the District of Columbia Suffrage Bill,
i which gives them the franchise. The whites are
some of them indifferent, and others are indignant-
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, only amounted in lb 13 to U. hW0i, ".crease. I in
1S5 to 414AJO.WW. an. will reach 4,000.000.
England pnois WW..HW.000.
J The municipal elections at Penryn, Wales. were
j carried on iu the most barefaced manner. One shil-
i lioz for each vote was given ooenlv ! "
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Aniotig the tradespeople recently fined in London
fur having unjust scales, &C-, in their possession ,
was a widow rejoicing in the singular name of Vir
The star of the demi-monde, Madame , has re- i
turned to Paris from ber ee-.son at Baden, where '
she realized the trifling sum of 1,150,000 francs. j
Postmaster General Randall bas nearly completed !
a plan with England tbat will allow all letters and :
papers to come and go without prepayment. This !
will enable newspapers to go in letter bags. Postal j
rates will also be reduced one-half, and where twenty-four
cents is now piid only twelve will hereafter 1
be charged. Kach nation will reserve to itself the
re?inue thu truing frotnits own territory, beside
i an iujiuciii saviug iu luciiuiai ii&eiei nii'i uu hu.ul-- ;
! ment of intricate accounts. Last year we paid to ;
! England SloO.000 in gold, beiug the balance due
them under tbe present svstem. This new arrange- j house 1mm injuries received, lie acteu in mo mat
ment also includes mails for other countries passing er by advice of counsel, and we presume this ia not
through England. I the the controversy. .V. B. Mercury.
1 fc jieadily forward, and to an rxteot which ia ren
- deriiiff mt it aomewhat evorkiiai.t i nriM In Ir.l.nJ
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and iu in any casts almost tojo:id the reach of the
Numerous arrests; of ttJent and workmen wct
made in Pan ou the uifbt ef the 7th of November.
: It ia beheteJ that thi measure is OuODccted Kith the
dieoTcry of a secret political n-cicty, but Hotbir.fi
' ccrtiuu lias transpired.
Genera! Nap:e inwer the jfrntle rVhell who has
sued liitn in San Franc'ieeo f.r ft-'10t.(HO for breach
of promise, by ettni(t up, 6t-it, that he nefer prom,
iaed lo marry her ; ami, sec.m i'y, thai lie baa die
' c'erT-.1 ber to be of a Iocs chnrncter.
I The Ke. Mr Spurjfeoo, in a reoect sermon aaiot
- RilusiliMii. d.cUrt- l Ilteli ("hurchism to be bastard
Popery, and Brosd Cloirchisin dishonest in&Jtbty.
I The sfeat dinger to the Church came, he aaid, from
. wiiliin, and tint from without. He drprecnted legal
nicrfcrcnce, however, and recommended prayer.
Quet-n Victoria continues in excellent health, and
! hts durirn the past few weeks, accompaniel by one
of the member of the Itoya! Family, taken daily
enrringe airing and waikin(f exercise in the gardeua
and ornamental grounds of Windsor lastle.
ScEN-K : HorrL. Tins: Simut Mosnino.
Lot me have dinner at four this afternoon. Pa it
Ycs'm. Would you like it hot or cold ? Lady
; Hot. I bhould like a chicken. 'uc Yes'm. Would
'. yuu like it roast or biied? Liii Boiled. Ia there
: a church near here ? I'ae Yes'm. Would you
' like it high or low ? Punrh.
t It ia slated that lion. Georpe II. Pendleton, of
' Ohio, the citbdiJate for Vice President on ibe Mo
Clellan ticket, has declared himself in favor of im
parttal suffrage as advocated by some vf the Demo
The first ruler to establish free trade waaToussaiot
I L'Ouverture, (jovtruor of Ilayti, an unmixed black.
! The first clock ever mad iu America was the work
; of Bcnjimin Danuakcr, a negro and the eon of
The doctors and druggists bate formed a combina
tion with the milliners to keep up (be present style
i of bonnets during the Winter. To counteract their
' plot, the bonnets should be worn on Ibe back auJ
' the watcrfa'.ls on the top of the head.
The amount of money contributed last year to the
harilio of Itoafnti hv lh! Klala la' viHlat 11 ea rol n,l
! jmiiviaU ,j .ubscriptious, so far as can be
! ascertained, is not far from S 15,000,000. Tue
! amouut is represented as greatly exceeding similar
! contrioutioua in the citj ui 2sew lork.
t The Canadian! talk of MnJinC tboae COBvieta. Whom
i . " . . , . , - . , V.
i it is su noosed to tie iiihuman, to hsnff and kill, lo
. i,.iM. an.l the idea ia favnrahl. ent.r.aio.l
'by the pbilautbropisls as opening up a ohaooe for
the conerston of the Kiulmaux, who oould not fail
i t0 benefit by contact with these outcast! ofcivilixa-
Arrangements are being made to start four new
schools ftii colored children iu different parte cf
Kentucky. The different points at which tbe schools
will be established are Cofiugton, Lexington, Dan
ville and Pad oca. Tbe rent of the bonsee is paid
by the Freed men's Bureau. The teachers are em.
pioyed aud paid by lhe American Missiocary Also
cintion. There are 700 colored children attending
schools at Lexington. A school will be started ia
Louisville early iu January.
Kcok Homo Its AimionsuiP. Eret Homo is said
to have been put on tbe index of prohibited books at
Home, and the London Sjttclator sajs it baa been,
traced to Professor 8ec!y, of University College,
London. It bas been attributed to many others, espe
cially to one of the clever staff of the Pall Mill
tlazrtte. Now that Karl Sliafisbury'a cpiuion of tbe
book baa been indorsed at Rome, tbe noble Earl may
think the Pope infallible, as well as his lordship, who
declared it to be the most pestiferous book ever
vomited out of the jaws of hell. '
The brilliant prismatio colors of the pearl are
attributed lo tbe decomposition aud reflection of tbe
light by tbe numerous minute grooves on its surface.
An artificial ivory is now made in France from a
paste of papier indchi and gelatine, and to which
tbe name of Parisian marble is given. Among
other things, the finest and most complicated mould,
iogs for ceilings can be made, or capitals of colnrons
can be constructed in any oolor. It is said to be
bard, durable, and elastic.
Pbouabi.k Abdication or Brigham Yol'KO. A
Salt Lake City dispatch reports tbat Brigham Young
intends to retire temporarily to a distant plantation
in Utah, and leave tbe management of Mormonism
to bis son. Should tbe junior Young manifest exec
utive ability he will be formally installed as suc
cessor to tbe Prophet, aud the abdication of the
latter may become permanent.
A committee has been formed in London for the
purpose of procuring tho abolition of lhe legal disa
bility wbicb debars women from voting in tbe elec
tion of members of Parliament. It is proposed to
present to Parliament during tbe ensuing session
two petitions one signed exclusively by unmarried
women and widows qualified to vote in all respect
except tbat of sex; tbe other by person of all classes,
both men and women.
IIapd Monet. Last month. 1,913,000 new five
cent pieces were coined in Philadelphia and put in
circulation, which will account for tbe increased
numbers of them now in use. Previously tbe heavi
est of the work done at tbe mint was in coining
cents, but the new management bas reduced the
cent coinage to 835,000 pieces, and in addition to the
fives before mentioned, has coined 857,000 twos and
The Louisville Journal says that a lady of tbat
city bas examined all the latest fashion reports, and
visited all the principal millinery stores to pick oat
a Winter bonnet. She reports as tbe result of ber
examinations, tbat there are now eighty six different
styles of bonnets', all fashionable, but there is not
one of them that a sensible lady, who wishes to
guard herself against cold and neuralgia, would
wish to wear; but they a! 1 wear them, for "one
might as well be out of the world as out of tho
fashion," you know. ,
I .An Akciext Riddle. There is a certain natural
j product ion, that is neither anion), vegetable nor
. mineral; it eiLts from two to six feet from the sur
face of the earth; it has neither length, breadth nor
1 substance; is neither male nor female, but is often
round between both; is ofien mentioned in tbe Old
' Testament md etrongly lecommended in the New,
j and answers equally the purposes of fidelity and
who anl0ng our readers can solve it ?
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Tiik Diatint or Mkxico Tbe London Herald
; protectorllte hy eorne 8tronff
; jer. The Herald thinks tbe United States are
' j,oth fitted and willing to exercise this supervising
, authority, and says :
I " Let the United States, then, assume without a
" 'Hinecessary uciay, trie protectorate or Mexico.
And let it be a real protectorate. No mere formal
matter of treaties and agreements, and advice to be
given by one side with the mural certainty of its
rro mpt rejection by the other; bit a real, absolute,
practical supervision a protectorate which shall
protect ils ward not more from others tban from
herclf. and which, while securing to Mexico such
independence as she may be able to exercise, shall
give to the rest of the world some assurance tbat it
shall not be exercised to her own ruin, aud tbe
scandal and dctriuient of all."
Pitopt-ii.i.iNO Vessels bt Admitting asd Fonctsa
Oct Watkk A few days ago, snys tbe Boston
puoiumea a paragrapn concerning
ccesHfuI experiment made in England I in first ad-
nutting water into a vessel and propelling her by
forciig u ou, Mlern bf h- umf cf rnRchin.rTf M(J
,: , ive9ter'n man lavs claim to the idea
0f tne invention, stating tbat it is three years old
i with him. and that be antedates John Ball. But
t the present English claimant of tbe invention and
i his American competitor must both give way to one
, who preceded them thirty or forty years. As long
ago as that a boat was built and tried on the Cale-
' rnal, in Und which worked upon the
! " principle, and operated very successfully so far
j a ,h ""'re working went; but it washed the banks
i - """f .'9 u wss d.scont.nued. It
was a very small affair, an I yet it was sufficient to
j a, (wo or more clnM bt8 ,oadc(J. Th,
fc iu . ilieerinf establishment ia
; i,;,,;,.,,,.. ,wenly-five years ago. and was seen by
the person who furnishes the above information, and
: whom its peculiarities were described,
IT A MWA,M 1 I 1 n In..
Il ..i .ii. . .cijr i'iciii ne. iu viuieei i ima
place on Siturday noon, between Mr. Henry Rvder
and Mr. William Wilcox, for tbe possession of the
New Bedford Oil and Caudle Wotks on North Water
street. Wilcox had been in possession, under a
mortgage made by Ryder, the owner of tbe building.
On Friday a tender of the amount due on the mori
gage was made to Wilcox, and was refused. Tbe
next day at tioon, when Wilcox's employees were at
dinner, Ryder with a gang of men qoielly entered
the works, and proceeded to close tbe doors and nail
down the windows. Wilcox, hearing of the move
ment, gathered bis forces, broke in through a win
dow, and forcibly ejected Ryder and bis companions.
While Ryder was being forced through tbe window,
be drew a pistol and threatened to shoot the man who
was roughly handling bim. Some of tbe ejected parly
were pretty badly hurt, an 1 one, Mr. Child, quite
severely. Mr. Ryder, we learn, is cou fined to his