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W'nttn. Am UrrAiL
f UIRATKI) U'ATIJRS
Imiewtmaeei linden I
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l'ltnci nml Toilet Artlelea.
Jpttrt AgwWtw, Wf llw C PP MWt r3
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
Jh'lfust (Hiifar Alu,
59 N unarm Si, and Oerwcr Port and Men hanl St.,
HONOLULU, II. to
HALL ft SON.
WOM-D CAIL AfTKIIM't TO
lllBIK tftfKblt AftMHTMkNT lr (t-Oli,
CftNHf I WO OF
P L O V S
Twenty ii.fftm.t iet at, kind..
H1M 5irM'low. outing from s to 14 inchtt. Hair
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ij anu 1 J we 11 niri, 1 4 lira 11 ruu yumn
.Sub-w.1 11ol Hair Furrow fows Side 11 HI
i'Ivw, io, itk1 t4 inc., 16-imh Sulky
I'ttnUlmnc, Nik j llucle)e Mow-
en, ttov handle, etra Jtnt
XfHl lanti lufau ito
of all kindi,
MFUIANICS' TOOLS, SHELF 1IAKI1WAKK
alltinJs NAILS and SI'IKKS, all binds and
tires RKF.H & IIARTOX'S CKL-
In crrat variety and, in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
of man) bind and aire.
Wo mnko n apocinlty of
Arwl hario: enn vo n cX HUIIIIUCK'S Will TE
I.LAI) anj ZINC of Oiirntnr iiualilrtt, loidn
a full Iim of all DRV PAINTS waitfrd. and
orra,aeallunof IIUIIIlUl.K'S Lot
riale IIOIITfU LINSF.F.Il Oil. c
can 411 at the lortt fifurrt.
rf ,! fiallunt of
BEST LUBRICATING MILS,
by lh Inntl, ca of talloo MASURVS IIOUSF.
and COLli COU1RS, lU lr.1 An-ricau
Pau4 known. We have now iW
Xtrtreat atook of
.the EaM ami ranccf vr oflVrrJ
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
lint w 13 nut attempt taenumcrals any vwh tW
tlmuwiid i4 t4k ankle that lP, H wuU
Vnti mot than 1k4 pae U the I'm Mt"
V ciifd Ltdl jlnvttt our frtendt ft4 cuaumer la oitl
ajhl tutinlnecMef irndKl fctk fhd fof lmlft
mtkd they tULgcmivuKed U Ka nwy, tr-qr
M. WENNER & Co.,
91 Foer SyaiKT, llonotvu.ll I ,
Have reiwail al lha old Hand with a new
anj cajtrulty tclmed Hue It of
And Clocks, all kinds.
Cold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c
IkJi wuuli i U Itf CU tVkvl UOtilM Mtf 44.k U
irUt IkurAbarft, lafkaicit. r-MflftS etc,
MW u Mill h lAaUict.
KUKU1 AND SHELL JEWELRY
Vc rralno lrrch iour U4cm rctrd u
(wft'tawt , ttd All J wnii U t iU
Of tnry dawriialin aUwe U orxkr. I 'annular Altrav
lUrft U imU ut4ta an.1 il, wur L fruea the utber
lalaotv WbaW irtaallaf the vblic fr ,a
laMai. we run to k4 tkal uur Um
pwkt in Ibaaa Itaaada wdt 4iU u
It aaealai a fair thaie ef ytKMf
In iha fuiiarc.
"Quirk Mt4Uft XaaWI I'rwlfa,"
l,uur iaxu,aiel weUuU tnpfat mkL ttaryutkU la
.. aal Uae U buaurfaa, Saa
ai- run 01.1t si'A.vit numiikr kaa
SHEET IRON WORKER.
ri.UMHINO IN AI.I. ITS IIKANCIIIUS.
Artesian Well Pipe nil sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Mtdatlion, Rklimdfcl, Tilloti, I'alacr.
Flora, Ma), Conteit, Grand I'rire, New Rival,
0cra( lltrby, Wrni, IMIy, (I)wy, Queen,
I'awy, Army Range., Majtni Charta,
Itucb, Suerior, Magnet, Oveola, Ala.
meda, Ixbie, Chartrr OaV,
N!mU, tnwood and
(JAI.VAN17K1) IRON and COPPER IIOII.ERS
FOR KANOhS, GRAN1.K IRON WAR!',
NICKEL FLAT KI1 AND I'LMK.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hoiino FitrnUhlllL; Goods, nil kind.
AH sim and graJc lift and Force Pump. CUiern
lumjs (aivajiid Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet lead, Lead Pipe, 'Iln Plate,
Water CVett. Marl! bU
and bowl, enameled
ciiani)i:i.ii:us, lamps and imnh:kns
U y lln- .Yert ."aihl Cttttka we liave reteitrd lwVKOK
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And ve are ftelline;
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
W at.. MANUFAC'I UKK 10 order
(of ever) Liud,)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
nade lo order,
J'trrrAi'aere run Airc- Ittrtr rhttlrr vf
COVKRINKS IN SILK OR I'UIN RF.I'I'
E. P. ADAMS, AKeut.
Tcbrphuue- No. J.
A COMFORTABLE HOUR I
The unJrrwfnrd hat rntly filtrd up
IntletaataliU.tha Lue rM, &4tage formally !,
lunjcuij la the Iraort eilatc. lal Nuuanu Mrrf,
bcycaat the CvaMnanul lliact lavraiia,
tut the awta bf cundtatttn
A iupror Lotlattutc Heue.
1W name of Ihla pkawat relicai U lb "WllllE
IIOUmF." It ann,4 be uirfuaMd In Im kl(iluni (ur
CvotlUY and ilaaalmcaa.
tlir. GROUNDS ARK SI'ACIOUS
and canaaiaMcd w Hh ahade Ileal.
IVnonaof reafwctaUldy aaay alaayabe atwe f a thetr.
ful tana ihrra. A MiI la Ml atMil fat Iba CO,
taadrote of (aala. A FLW MOKC ROOMS Akt
VACANT. rra)waye Moderate.
MRS. J. T. WIIITF, Fioi.Uior.
aVMaay (eur reader wiH rtaxaabrr Mlv Wbilt
aa iuatftator A the kilaira twHMa oa Fvri ureal, ad
loiaanf lae I'amliaMn Siabka, wakh wat tuctt a am
ilruba hoima uaiaf baa ktaAAgaaicnl. llf'JM
HREWEK fi Co.
Ilosnlt LI', II I.
Offer for l the cwrfo of lle ,ljrr.i lrtt, iht li
Uptbif Iw vt MrrtlHmlrte.
Card Matches, Farmer's Boilers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Bales of Excelsior, Nests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes in good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Choice vleUion of
lUlshrt Top, Jiffircnl stjts.
Cut Untli'f C'ttrrtalls,
llrmiiiill Top lllitil-,
Alw, pr Unit AV.-iiin .'Ai,
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 20, 22, 24 ounces,
Kegs of Composition Nails,
and Ox Carts.
All of the above goods are in an excel
lent condition, and will be sold low to
A STOR HOUSE PARLORS.
ASIOR IIOUSi: DININfi AND
Numbers 76 and 78 Hotel Street.
IIimiid m Tim Da., Vfkt, cut Tkaniibnt
Hilltardt, Cigars, Ciai ret ic& and ToLacco, Soda Wale
aud other iced drink. .Meali served in
AT A1X HOUR
HART BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS.
llt-NHY J. IIAHT.
FLLIS A. HAKT,
T D. LANE'S
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND T..VG, AV
Black and White Marble.
MarUe Work of every daaerlptlou
dtade to ordar at t lowaat
Aoniimtiiti akJ htaJsloiitt iltaih'J anJ nut.
Order fium th other Iiland "oriil4ly atlemlcd lo.
1 jo Fort Street, near Hotel Sta.
II. J, NUI.TK, rKOCKlK'IOK,
IlK 10 aiounc In bit TmcimU and !. ihiUm: In gen
eral llul Im tu. ctencl lit alai.ve Suoun rher
From a. u., nil ap r, tA
Clgart, Pipe and
ChoMii by a wrwaial MUvt'tun frura luutUu aunu
fattfiaa, tai been btaalnol ami will be
adikd frma liaia lo lima.
Oiiete'lUunanHlcS: tUka'a ivUUated
tirAeuMatad wiih tha calaUuluncrH. where lover of
la-qr the ore can pari idi ate.
OC AA UCWARDI-Slolenrruaa.rSlore.
9eVa7aV' N Nuual Mitel, on ibe ai.lil 4
UvuXee Itilh, l!l, all ww of alll(d IWd .FkIUi,
tueitainiiig aUaa 6a yard Ibeaboie lewaiifwUI'be
paal (je amrtiaCifWkatlooai will lead to the coniicliutl
of ihe lUaf or ihievea,
Oit- , 1 Ha,
SUPPLEMENT, NOVEMBER n, 1882.
O TIIR LADIES OP
NUMIIKR OF SIXKCr IwMlllUT AND
IIAVi: IIEEN RKCF.IVF.D AF
MRS. A. MELLIS'
Wliich vill I
September 2, 1882,
AT HER DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 Fort Street.
'HOS. G. THRUM,
THK KBChlfl, KX LA1K AUKIVALa,
or sKirftTiuNa is
CRACKI.KI) GLASS VASKS.
Wtndaor St. Nowtou'e
si r.itroscoi'i: framf,
FINK I.KATHKR & 1'I.USll HAGS, Uc.iujlcs
FIIRSKS, CRH CSF.S, MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, (!USS l'AI'KR WKIGIIIb,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full awjtmcnt of Uicti Wjlrt to 1 followed !ih
tfKuUr uiilics eath iimiiih,
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fiiw asasurtntcnt of Ulcit rturrliur$ In
II A IS, rilllLS.
I he ale o.U are oiwd al the FORT STREET
STORET (llrewrr'a tlLa.li) and are 4acrd al IlKt
kiwrrt fiuia fur the cnruuragrnicnt of lluirra.
Ikah il.e tOKT AND XlhRLIIANl
oil a bbiral a bawl lo the public
a ialtle, cuiiuicniurale with
In all rate.
Currci,Njffdrricc rcnwftfullir aolintnl and Orikr
faubfully atlriHkd Iw, l.(i. I. lalaa pliauire
in anuuunt lag llrt acWtiuiiuf the tareeU
andftiieM uu,b of JIIS:i l.l.tr-.
0U5 and I'KhhLNt'AIION
Art and Fancy Goods,
Ft the Fall Trade, due hoiire of whkb will be given
oa riltipt u raniru invoKe Alw Having Urn
appointed Agcul fur the
American Tract Society's
A full u1l ofibeu diUable NOOKS. UIULE.S and
ItS-IAMtNIS wdlUktiauu liand. and a LU.al
alluwanae nude lu (wuday luoui and 'leatheti
lima aaw rra.ea. 4w
QLD KONA COFFKr:
SATUR I ) A V 1 KSS. '
SATURDAY, N0VHMDRR 11, iM,
rifT ottt aitcnan nr.LU
icou w. n. iriui.
aUnf on, rln on, rfl Rtlibath belli
Thy mellow tono 1 tor to hear,
I wm boy hrn Ant lliry fU
In nalojy npon my ear;
In thoM Suit itajt long put and f oia,
Whn wrtln her In Uiylah f 1m,
The maglo of thy Babbath ton,
A.woia vmotlona deep In ma.
Long yr r hare none, and I hayo ilriyad
Onl o'rr tha world, far, far away,
But tby dear tonra hatr round ma played
On irary lovely Habbalh day.
Vt hen atrollloff o'er lti mlchty p!'lnl
Pprrad wdlely In the napooled Weal,
Kach Habbath morn I've heard thy itrelni
TnUlnif the we'eome day of reat
Upon the ltoeky mountain'! creat.
Where ChrUtfau feet have never trod,
In the deep boeom cf the Weal
I've tliouHht of the and worshiped Ood I
Rlnfton, Rweot IW1I I've come again
To hear thy chorlatied call to prayer.
Thero'e lest of pleaaure now than pain
In thore dear toner which fill my ear.
lllnfr on, tlog on, dear ticll I rltitfont
Once more I've come Tilth whitened head
To hear thee toll. The aounda are gone I
And era thle Bibbath day haa apod
I aball bo gone, and may no tnoro
dive ear to theo, aneet Habbalh Iwlll
Dear church and bell, ao loved of yore,
And chlldhood'a hippy home, farewell
TJIK LOSV U ILL.
A Story of lAtv:
OKI Oornkl IltinMonl whb dead nnd
buried, and all tho dear 11 vo hundred
in a stnto of ntonislnnout
and consternation over
his will, for it
named his lwtnml protogo, MiirianGray,
Ids nolo heiress, whilo his nophow,
Robert IluBhford, was not even men
tioned. "There in tome strnngo mietako," Sir.
Wildo, tho lawyer, suid. " Thoro was
later will than this drawn up after Mr.
Kobcrt cumo home, and lonving tho bulk
of theproporty to him. In it Miss Gray
was gcncroiirily remembered, too; but
this one, which muUes her heiress, was
mado while Mr, ltushford was ignorant i
., . , , 1,1 , ,
that liU nephew hrul escaped. 1 sup-
JHJBCU UJHV IUJB YiUl UHU IVUg HUiCU UWU
"Whatcansed him to suppose bo?"
was Kobcrt Itushford's very natural
qnestion ; to which his lawyer roiilied
that his client had told him on tho oo
casion ot his drawing np tho Bceond will
that it was his intention to put the
first one in tho tiro.
" And I thought he hod done so. I
novcr doubted but that this was the lat
est will. It Bccnis, howover, that we
have got hold of tho wrong documont ;
tho other is still in existence some
where. Wo will have a thorough search
"And until you find it, or if yon fail
to find it, this ono stands," said Itobcrt
Bnsbford qniotly, stating a fact which
the lawyer was forced to admit.
Meantimo tho heiress by tho first will
and legatee by'thq second had sat quiet
and 6 til I. She listened, with hor oyoa
east down, but spoko no word.
While her frionds and acquaintance
discussed her not alwayB quito.inandi
bly "What a yory awkward and pecul
iar position for Miss Gray I What an
opportunity if tlio Bocoud will did not
tum up to show her magnanimity and
erase of honor, by niuKiug ovor tho
fortuno to young ltushford I Doubt
less, in such caso, ho Mould be most
generous to her, and really, you know,
to a girl of Miss Gray's birth and former
position, a fow thousands would bo a
fortuuo. What was her position? A
daughter to old Biishford's housekeeper,
my door, brought up for a governess, or
something came on a visit to hor
mother whilo tho old man was sick, and
nursed him so tenderly and skillfully
that he could not bo persuaded to part
with her again. Buo had boon aa a
daughter in tho house over sinco, and if
young ltushford had never turned up if
he had really boeu lost nt sea, as was so
long supposed why, you know, rich,
old men were eccentric, nnd thoro would
havo been nothing very astonishing in
his making her Ids heiress after all. Bat
bow it would 1)0 terrible. Utter ruin
to the young man's prospects in life.
Of course his engagement with Florence
Huntley would be broken off. Florence
in not fit for poor Man's wife a
lava! ereatwe aad he so utfatmated,
y gleet; ..will break hie feeii U Urn
Aad ao on, the stream of gossip lowed
eoBte portions of it finding it way to
Marian's ears until the searching party
returned, and announced that, ae jet,
tbey had sot found the second will.
There was a marked increase of re
peet toward Miss Oray after this In
tadligwsoe, and nomo would have con
ratnlated her, but sho checked them.
"It U too early yet," aho said, with
But the gossips agreed that her
ehances were favorable.
"And if aho really is the heiress, my
dear, why ot course it's dreadful for the
young man toniblu but still "
Publlo opinion was disposed to bo kind
lo the heiress in any caso.
"Bhe la not over eagor sho bean her
boson meekly shouldn't wonder if she
tam tho fortune over to tho nephew
iter all I" waa the comment ot many
Iter they left tho house and went their
They would have judged differently 11
they eould have sees her tbataihjht,
aoeked leeeuely in tier own roo, ihe
Walk tavd avhstten oloeeil, bo eyes aave
el Heaven bpou her, Mte atv
faXAA hi bmiI. in an i a'Man rbatwaf t- -1 a
BrraaweWeaV BaWaaWaaWatMBTa) ) WBjraaS ateaayrreSverV
Bfoci H ) mi eaaraeetif ,
rntn yon would work mo. Yen, jon
would rob mo of all I prize, nnd pUco it
in tho kocping of anothor I And will he
lone Minn Hiiutloy for being poor? What
is her lovo worth, thon? And is nho no
dear to him that it will brak his heart
to loso her as It would mino lo lona tho
ono whom I lovo ? Whom I Ioto I
Whom I lovo I " alio went on, in Hie
immolow whisper, clasping her handi in
burst of anguish. ' Whom I lovo, but
who lias no thought for mo I Only for
: her nnd will my action part them ? I
it a sin ? Will ho over, ovor forglvn ms?
In it a sin to part true, lovers, but or
theso truo ? Wo ahall sec for, if they
arc, poverty will not part them I "
I When nho lay down to sloop that night
. tho lorit will lay under liar pillow, and a
I sealed letter liealda it, nddroeisod to Ilob-
! ort ltushford ; Marian kissed that name
I boforo nho wont to uleep.
"lie will forgive my sin whon he read
, this letter," oho though!, " I do but
obey tho dead."
I And nil noit day tho will lay warm in
hor bosom, whilo Jtobcrt and Mr. Wilde
searched carefully and wearily through
all tho house. It wan hard to sco his dis
appointed face, nnd fool that she oould
make nil well so cosily.
" I must obey tho dead," she told hor.
olf. " I must oboy tho doad I "
At last they gnvo up all hope of th
lost will. Robort rc-algnm! himself to
what Houmed n hard fate, aud Alius Oray
wan declared Gerald Itushford's lawful
Mr. Wilde mado no secret of his dia
guat. "Thoro might bo nomo arrangomont
mado by nhich you could fulflll the
wishcH of tho dead, Miss Gray," ho sald
" I judge you are hardly ono to play th
cuckoo by pushing tho truo bird out of
tho neat in order to occupy it yourself.
I can remombor tho terms of tho second
To this broad hint she answered, qui
etly: "Tho will may yet bo found, Mr.
Exctiso ma if I hesitato to tax your
mAv.M, .vltlln (lint ,.ltnni.n r.imnfna TIa-
, . .
lievo mo, my most earnest wish and on-
dcftyor jQ o, the dcadjt,
Ho did not understand.
" Sho puzzles mo," ho said to Bobort,
"but somehow I fancy she'll gtvo you
your money after all; yes, I do believe
"So do not I," replied Robert
"Women are morcenary. Soo how
quickly Florence Huntioy has thrown
me over. It was wortli the loss of the
fortune to find her out. Fancy marry
ing a girl in tho baliof that sho really
I loved you, aud afterward discovoiiug
that sho only wanted your purse. Thai
ould have been my fato if I'd got ihe
I 'srtunc I waa hard hit, too, whilo I
1 thomskt her a wamim vM. !
heart, but I shall survive my disappoint
i rnent. If I thought there was any dan
ger of Miss Oray's indulging in any
' Quixotio acts of rennnciation I should
I toko moasurea to prevent it; but yon
won't find much of that kind of thing
among women, believe me."
And Mr. Wilde began to think the
samo as time wont on. For six months
Marian went quietly on her way, obey
ing while tho lawyer accused her of
ignoring the wishes ot tho dead,
Robert was an apt writer and had ob
tained employment on tho press, where
by ho made a living. Marian rolled by
him in his uncle's carriago in the street;
It seemed as if the ungrateful cuckoo
had pushed the true bird out of the nest,
" Mercenary mercenary to the core 1"
was Bobort's reflection, aa he lifted his
hat to his unole'a heiress as aho rode by,
and admired, in spito of himself, her
sweet, pale face. "Looks as if there
might be a heart and a soul behind those
soft dark eyes looks llko a woman to
love and be loved, but tho j 're all alike
meroenery to the very ooro I"
And he waa sensible ot a foeling of
disappointment over Marian.
" She should be a higher, truer, bet
ter type of woman than Florence was, it
sppoaranoes go for anything at all. Bhe
1 should have been willing to give np to
I me the fortune. I wouldn't have ao-
nij A1.A 'i . .Me t Aal.a ..
tWa un rueuaauuv , uui a wutu uaw
admirod and rospeoted her for being
ready to make it But they're all alike."
Beaching his lodgings he found Mr,
Wilde waiting for him in a tremendous
state ot excitement, and holding an open
letter in his hand,
"Look hen I -Tatt reoclved this.
Deai Ris i Be good enough to eall npon Me
at 7 o'clock, p. m. end bring Mr. Brubford with
you. The will Is found. I have sincere pleas
ore in placing the tree nelr la poeassslaa of hit
own at Ust Terr rcscUUy,
"Where was It found? When was it
found?" cried Mr. Wilde, as Marlaa
gays the document into his hands.
"Whore on earth was it found, say
"It was never lost," said Marian,
And then she told them all
"Old Mr. Bushford knew el hit
nephew's love for Mis Huntley, sad
did not approve of it Yet he feare4
that to oppose it would only eoteeam the
fancy. He had great eoBMiUa.ee fat aae,
geaUeaen, and revealed to ate his pis at,
I knew the oateatt ot both t wills.
Daring his last Ulaess he gave the tnw
eae Into By can, wit, iiisireatweioa to
ooaoeal it sis avouths. By that tiaa
ay laephew will he Uaoaght ot as poet
MBeaU he, d Mte gill who fools
Uawii ftpretettie of lot will show
IteMeU iaavwtiaWooioM.' 11blee,
Mr. Bewatncd, will iuAtsi gay VtWtfc)
it;MsUa4detl,t4Udly, "tf Ism
laied fa jewrting yoa ttrota jrww tow,
h, pardea tee ritvupi she tMr yet
he waa, bow yew ate list, agaia, ms, I
,1 lt efcepwd tltevawkMefaW
"And fn so doing earnrxl my last
ing gratitude," cried Iloltort, warmly.
"Florence Is not worth winning. I can
iningino no mom minorsbto life than that
which must fall to the lot of her hus
band. And it is worth moro than the
fortune to know that in you I II ml a true
woman at la.it, wlnmo heart and mind do
not lielio her faco, but ono is on lovely
as tho other."
Ho stopped short, for Wilde's hand
wai on his arm,
"Rood your lottor first," said thai
gcntlomau, coolly, "and then wu'll read
Robert obeyed him.
"Tho letter confirms Marten's iIaU
ment," said he, " and contains tha ex
pression of a wish. Do you know what
that wish li?" ho asked her.
" No," sho answorod, in surprise ; " I
" Hut you would advise mo t endeav
or to comply with it of course you wlio
fulfilled his wishes so religiously? and
tliii ninh is nlso my own, Tes, my most
Marian lftURlied sweetly,
"It should be easy te eotnply with,
then," sho said,
" It will 1m to mo, but it depends upon
another upon you I"
" Upon mo ?"
"Yes, doarest Marian, upon yon. Mr,
Wildo hero is going to inform mo, I
know, that this now will gives the fort
uno all to mo. I can rocoivo it only
upon ono condition. Can you guess
what it is?"
Hor cyea fell boneath his tho con
scious crimson dyed hor fair soft cheeks.
"I will not guess," sho said. "You
shall toll mo."
IIo caught hor little fluttering hand
and Toised it to his lips.
"If I tnko fortune from this precious
hand, give mo tho hand oh well," ho
said. " Darling Marian, I lovo you I I
havo loved you longer than I know. Do
my Rwcot wife I"
Sho shrank back, blushing, trem
bling. "I am so poor."
" No, no ; rich, rather rich in good
noss, wisdom, lionuty, lovo, and I adoio
you I Nay, you will content it is ray
unclo's wish. You must oboy tho wish
es of tho dead, you know. Must sho
not Mr. Wildo?" ho adtlod, with a sud
den recollection but that discreet gen
tleman had stolen from tho room.
"I will oboy tho wishes of my own
heart, flmt," said Mariau. " Doar Rob
ert, can it bo that you really love me?"
"With my wholo heart? And you,
"Oh, I have loved you long," sho
whistrercd on hl breast
They were married, and tho finding of
the long-lost will mado littlo difference,
since they shared tho fortuno togothor.
J.OIfDON1 UAILWA V NTATIOXll.
London contitiiiH fourteen strictly
terminal railway stations, from which
no fewer thou 1!,'J02 trains depart daily,
and nearly l.COO ot these lcavo between
tho hours of 10 a. m. und 10 p. m. The
largest number of departures from a
single terminus ix 32J, after which come
two stations with 312 and 295 respect
ively. Theso figures aro exclusivo ot
the immense system supplying tho oity
with local transit
IXUIAXH JM SKW YOBK.
Thcro aro almost 0,000 Indians in Now
York, living on reservations. Thoy aro
remnants of the Benccos, Onctdas, Tus
curoros and Onondagas ot the Six No
tions, and ot tho Ht, Regie Indians who
camo from Canada. Thoy rcoeivo an
nuities of about $12,000. Tho number
has not materially changed in fifty
years. Thoy aro not taxed; a few of the
Oneidaa aro voters.
Woirrn, tho Paris dross-makor, has n
recipe for ladles' red noses. It is a black
and white striped silk dross, mado with
greet simplicity, and under her chin he
placed a great garnet bow and anothor
in her hair. Her frionds were gratified
at hor distinguished appearance, und ob
served with ploasuro tho purity ot hor
complexion. Tho genius ot Worth has
Mtccucdod in doing what doctors and
hygieuo hod vainly tried.
Riduonh aro now mado with moire
hull their width, ami the moresquo lace
dt'sigus make up tho ether half ; some
timoa a waterod stripo is run through
thq middle of tho" ribbon, aud thoro are
loco stripes on each edge.
It is said that Bitting Bull has become
a thoroughbred loafer, bciug too lazy to
do any hard work except eating. It
breaks tho bock of the noblo rod man to
keep him out ot tho weather.
FoiiDiMa Bcroons aro covered with
Christmas cards and bordered with
No man is moro miserahlo than he
that hath uo adversity.
Tub number ef sheep in Kansas has
Increased 900 fold within tho last two
A me to-BaOtrow it better than an rgg
Aa Iowa editor was rjhallanged to Ight
a 4aeL He promptly aeeepted. and
as tMweapoaa, TUs he)
awwad sapplsBaaat aad naaved forty
in the North ef
BWaaWeal NfV B aWaMSaaW
etoretnlBf (eve) lea aaarry saeozl
OvavBaiiM plkVUsrry aabaM
A nKKATcrrr rAPKit.
Tho working forco on rt great city
Journal llko tho Now York 7Vi6iritf and
Jfcrnltl Is syslcnialircil, graded and In
nlniost as complex as that ot tho munici
pal government. There is, first, the
editor-in-chief, somotimrs, but not al
ways, part ownor of tho journal ; seo
ond, tho mannging editor ; thou follow
tho night editor, nows editor, odilorlal
writers, tho literary nnd agricultural
cdllors, tho dramatic, mimical and art
critics, (ho man whoso business it is to
mako up columns of gleanings, of per
sonals, of educational or art notes ; the
Biwrtliig, charitable and fashion editors ;
tho necrologist, who keeps biographies
of overy living man or woman of
nolo In his pigeon-holes ready to pub
lish tho hour of their death ; then
comes tho city editor with his lingo staff
of reiwtors busy night and day in
searching for Items of local interest,
Knoh of tho heads of tho dnpartments,
Indeed, has usually his osslslants, their
number and ability depending on tho
moans of tho journal.
Outside of Iho oflleo aro tho largo
corps of editorial writers and critics,
who usually aro paid by tho column,
and tioyiiiid theso again tho correspond
tints and occasional writers, which, in
tho onso of nt least ono New York jour
nal, aro numerous enough to people n
village, and aro found nil over tho world,
from Iho polo to tho equator. This vast
forco belong solely to tho itlllorfnl de
partment ; tho business columns of tho
pajier aro under totally scparato man
agement. A UlTThK MI.HI'ltl.VT.
Ho walked into tho oflleo this morning
looking much llko n man pretty well
satisfied with genoral results, nnd said:
"Can I seo tho editor?"
IIo was shown that eminently useful
adjunct to a nownpnpor nt onco.
"Good morning, sir," ho cheerily be
" Monthly said tho editor.
"I camo in," ho proceeded, "to tell
you of n misprint in tho paper."
"Yos? What is it?"
"Well, you seo I sonta notico around
yesterday that Mr. Smith had just been
married, nnd your compositor, 1 soo,
has got it "Mr. Hmitli has just been
martyred,' but I gtioss It don't hardly
mako enough tlilVeronco to chango it."
Tho editor scratched his head n min
ute, and thought of hoti.so-cleaning and
other femulo eccentricities, and told tho
visitor.of courso it didn't, and ho went
nway whistling, "Why should tho spirit
of morhd bo proud ? "Heubtnvllle
a nnitiiiT iiur.
An editor of an Illinois paper took n
boy to lonrn tho printer's trade. Ho was
careful to impress upon his mind tho ne
cessity ot obedience mid of doing every
thing thoroughly. After preliminary
instruction tho lad wits given n stick
and tula and was tnlcen to a caso to
wrestlo with n picco of copy. Tho ed
itor wont off to n political convention.
Tho other boys in the oflleo paid but lit
tlo attention to tho now recruit, and
when tho editor returned half a day later
ho found tho boy down upon his knees
searching for something on the floor.
"What's tho mailer, Johnny?" said ho.
"Why I dropped n tyiKj boforo I got
tho first lino set," replied tho boy, "nnd
you told mo boforo I wont to work Hint
whenover I dropped n typo I must stop
and pick it up boforo I did anything
olso. I'vo been looking for that con
founded typo nil tiny and I can't find it''
Need wo say that boy succeeded in
business? Ho grow up, went West, and
became President of mi editorial asso
Whilk preaching from tho text : "lie
givcth His beloved sleop," a Toledo
minister stopped in tho middle of the
sermon, gazed upon his sleoping audit
ors nnd said: "Brethren, it is hard to
realize the wondrous, unbounded lov
iho Lord appears to havo for a good
xiition of this congregation."
MOOUAMBKAV AUD CORHWALLIM.
Tho following is a brief account of
what bocomo of two of the heroes of
Yorktown. When Boohambeau returned
to Franoe ho was mado Oovornor ef Pl
cardy, and, in 1788, was elected to the)
Second Assembly of Notables. In 1791
he was mado a Marshal of Franoe, and,
commandod tho Army of tho North
from March till Juno of the following
year. During tho troubles of '93 he
was Imprisoned, but escaped the guillo
tine, and lived to bo mode a Qrand
Officer of tho Legion of Honor by Na
poleon. He died, in 1607, at the age
Cornwollis lost little.it any, of hit
reputation in England by tho auarenaef
ot Yorktown, which thn English persist
in calling York Town. In 1770, lie sae
oeedod the oelebrnUxl Warren Hastings
as Governor-Gouortd of Bengal, aad
broke the power of Tippoo Baib. Dor
ing Uio Irish robolltou ot 1789 he weat
to Ireland as Lord-Lioulenuut, and re
aaaJnod thoto tiutil tho union was eoa
eluded. In 1803 he was again aaVatlw,
Oovornor Genoral of Bengal, tat only
went to India to dio at Gliasipore, GwtV
6. 1805, at the ago ot 67. -Yea- IVr
at ruMVKar comnvhal mum,
"No, say Utile daisy," bo tUMNi.
as be hugged her a littlo cJoeer, " I he
buy a clock for $i that will run two day
to this Blocks one. I've got her l
" We will bo very happy," aha i
"Yon bet we will I've
right down ino, and I better
Uve oa twelve egge, one poaad ef Msffar,
tea posuadt of Astir and am pMMalaf
" And yoa'U have a
Aad wa'it heap a
"Yeas estiag, yw.
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