I UK HAWAIIAN STAR. MONDAY, No'. EMBER if, ll&3
OlCKtNV FLUWLHtO UHAVE.
A Story of ' hi fiit,rt to tli
vov.iiBf. Awti'n uniim
itotni nuHUN oootAlntd thetonch
Ing story of MIm Mnmii nii liim minima
ink' I In- lu-t ilnysof her rat In r. in which oo-
-nrs tin- following paragraph rttarlog to
i b flam dtobrat Ion of ins it rest inn phu
iii WMtmitintvr niibi- Di-nii sihiiIhv
v nil, . Tlu-le was h POttfttAtll pressure lj
Hi.- )i it . niitl niHiiy llmvers m pi- HUHWd
upon n bj ttnknotm bands, ninny ten
h.il by unknown e is ' Ami Miss Kick-
lis udil: "Anil ever? vent ,m i h- nth of
.linn nini ou Chrtatroa daj timi other
KoWen strewn hy unknown hands 1111 thHt
nn ml spot. And er7 ftr there eotMa
in 1 1 S from America, from n lovely w oman
whom we have never met, ninny of fWU
hratitlfal colored leaven to be placed with
nur llowcn on thai dear Mom, Ami thin
although it will In- !J year In .lunc since
visiting Chenango oounty In thla atata a
lew weeks since. I met the sister of th
American lady above referred to and per
MHMM her to furnish a copy of the follow
ing corrcspoiiiletuv fur puhl icat ion, with
i h irin iso thai "nil names lie ment iotied."
The thoughtful ami appreciative lady her
self who wrote the letter to Dlckeua during
his stay In the stall's in 1MB WM lli.ua
resiihnt of .Massillon. II . where she still
resides, but was formerly of Chenango
Massii.i.on, ii., Veb. 4, INW.
ki.au in Diouura l int v .- linn )reall
. nretaed iluiiliu the last Jt years us to
the propriety of writing to thank you furall
tin- K"ol your Witting! have done me, hut
knowing you must reoaive a great many mmb
letter, and doubUan And then a bum I have
hitherto Ipated you. l'.ut now lliavoucase
10 present, ami having griol faith in your
kindness of heart I hop,- for the happiest re.
suits. To tall you that yon have many warm
admit in this place Ii ttmn nfl miiinlna
less they alxiunii every v, hen - hut when 1 tell
j mi I here an. two young lady tea. hers in our
union school who cannot hojio to live or die
happy if they tall to hear you read, and the
directors cannot find it in their hearts to give,
them more than one day for the purpose dirad-
uri mis a ui, and it will not be sufficient toenatria
mm to go to Cleveland end w don't know
that you ill read m arer than that you see i
what a deplorable situation la theirs,
I have suggested hiirnii,., the .-. hoolhouse or !
poisoning the superintendent, bui the building
I brick, aad the superintendent ii young and
handsome, and so in despair lean do no less
than present their case to ou. Now, I can
hear y.ui at Cleveland, hut my pleasure a 111 lie
vr much Increased If we can nil en umii I
and if you will only read at Pittsburg we can
KO there in the time given, and wo shall be
three of the happiest persons this side of the
Atlantic, and if you see a big Woman (with two
imaller one! in tow) making after you fear
DOt,tol that will be me and my friends, and
wo shall only want to thank you.
1". 8. States I am writing you at last let
me say 1 have read everything you have writ
ten from two to six limes, and I would not if I
could have one line no, nor one word- -blotted
"in; but, like Oliver, cry for more.
Second I', s. hope Mr. Dolby will not ho eo
hard hearted as to destroy this letter, think
ing It is fiomafoolilli young girl, but if you
fail to receive it you may know that he has
and if you fail to read at Pittsburg 1 shall
si. all know it too. I did not Intend to sit-n my
name, but i u second thought) 1 will. Very
truly yours. jftts.
Baltimouk, February, lstis.
DBA MADAM Mr. Dolby has not come be
tween u. and I have received your letter. My
answer to it is unfortunately brief. I am not
ooaaing to Olevalaod or near it. Every even
ing on Which lean possibly read during the
remainder of my stay in theStatei is arranged
for, and the fates divide me from "the big
woman with two smaller ones in tow." So I
end her my love-to be shared with the two
-mailer ones if she approves, but not otherwise-and
seriously assure her that her pleas,
ant letter lias been most welcome. Dear
madam, faithfully yours,
CRAULBS Dn KENS,
It is hardly necessary to say that the lady
realized the longed lor pleasure of hearing
Mr Dickens read hy going to Washington.
iLinuy be of interest also to know that
the veritable Master Humphrey's clock,
which was supposed to he tin- receptacle of
ao many of the manuscripts which have
amused ami charmed tin- public, is still in
existence, t he property of .Mr. laaac II. Ilai
1. J . editor of The .-hue ..ml l.eai her Report
er, a Harm admirer of -Mr. Dickens. It was
presented to him some 16 or 17 years since
by an English friend. On itsurriv.il it was
pul iii good running order and located. To
celebrate the event, a fea-1 was prepared,
n liich was attended hy hosts of t he admirers
of Mr. Dickens in the "Swamp" and el.se-
here, and probably DO more heart fell trib
ute was ever paid to the great, am hor than
on that occasion. And still Master Humph
rey's clock, duly and appropriately labeled,
can he seen at the office of The Shoe and
Leather Reporter, it Spruce street, New
i ora, wnere its tlck-a-tick night and day,
year after year, accurately records the time
for the benefit of the Inmates. Js. H. pur
dy in New York Sun.
gometlUng About sunstrokes.
"What nre your methods oi caring fo,
oases of sunstroke!'" was asked of the Rur !
geon in charge of the dispensary yesterdaj
afternoon. "Went once strip the patient
of all clothing," said he, "place him ou it
wire mattress and freely sprinkle (he body
with ice water, after which, in several
cases, we place ice hags on the head and
over the region of the heart. In such case)
the temperature runs from 101 to 110 ami
the pulse from 110 to 130 or over 140, and th
chief point Is to reduce these. We giv.
bromide of sodium until the quantity oi
blood in the bead is lessened and reduced
to a normal condition. The patient must
lie kept quiet, fur there is a tendency to uV
"The first symptoms of sunstroke aredi.
si USSS, then things look green, after whicc
i he blood vesselsof the brain dilate and ut.
consciousness soon results. The dangaiW
of treatment come front collapse, which
lom eti me! results from a sudden appHcu
t ion of ice to t he vital part s. Then brandy
and atropine must be given until there is H
revival. The chief preventives are to be
OUud in l he select ion of airy bedrooms, for
most cases occur in bad at night, strange
as this must seem." St. Louis Qlob
Plaint of ii Society Woman.
"We nre coming to a pretty pass with
tlie young people of the present time," said
au irate mistress the Other day, "and if this
state of things goes On one might a-well
give up entertaining, for it seems to lie the
accepted code of manners nowadays that
the modern society man should not dance
and the modern society girl should not
talk. This is a combination that is not ex
hilarating, to say tlie least I I feel that I
OOUld Shake half the young people in my
drawing room for being such automat ons.
They don't seem to think it Incumbent
upon than to make the aligbtesi effort,
They are there simply to be amused and
not to amuse others, and feel no obligation
whatever t o t he mistress of the house, in
fuel, the favor is quite ou the other side,
and although it is convent ionul and cor
rect to thank a mist ress for an entertain
ment t he words are a mere form, and it is
the giver of the feast who feels gratelul,
not tlie recipient." New York Tribune.
The log Played the tjileeli.
The following story is from a Helena pa
per: Recently the finely brad Gordon set
ter Karo, owned by John Kepph- of Helena,
Mon., entered the Capita gambling house
with a 10 bill in his mouth, lining to one
of t he faro laities, tlie dog dropped it on t he
queen. To say that (lie suave dealer was
surprised would ba putting II mildly, Bui
reco ering himself alter a few momenta, he
asked ttie dog if lie wanted a copper on the
io. The dog barked as if in t in affirmai I re,
so placing a copper on the money i he dealer
made the I urn. The uuegp came up a
smiling loser, and the dog won Taking
(WO lo hills in l:is moot h. Karo gave them
to his muster.
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled Iron
Af.ATK WAKli (White, Gray and Nickel-plated), PUMPS, WATER
AND SOIL PIPES, WATER CLOSETS AND URINALS, R U B
BER HOSE AND I, AWN SPRINKLERS, HATH TUBS AND
STEEL SINKS, O. S. GUTTERS AND LEADERS, SHEET
iron, COPPER, zinc AND LEAD, LEAD PIPE AND PIPE
Plumbing, Tin, Copper ancl Sheet
Dl MON I ) BLOC K.
Just Received by Last Steamer
Kin Gloves in s Button, Undressed Fans, Dkahs .ni Grays
.' BtrrjON MosqUETAIRE K knim; Sham
20 Button Evening Shades
ALSO A CHOICK LINK OF
White and Colored Dimitys, Muslins,
Swisses and Percales.
These are tlie CHOICEST LINE of DRESS MUSLIN wc ta?fi Ever Shown
WK HAVB ALSO RBCBIVBn A N ICK ASSORTMENT OF
White and Cream Point de Irelande Laces
Suitable for Trimming Wash Dresses,
All Widths, from 3 to 1 2 inches.
EGAN 5c GrXJTSTTsr.
New Furniture Store
HOTEL ST.. BETWEEN FORT AND NUUAND STREETS
Is miw Dpt'in'd for Inisiiu'KH. ami litis in slock the ftneitl assort incut of
Antique Oak Bed Room Sets,
Extension Tables, Etc.
Also a Fine Assortment of
Reed. and. Rattan FvLrnitixre
Fine Spring, Hair, (Vool, Hom and Btraw .Mattresses, LiveGtoeae FeatUers mu) Milk FKws
fur Pillows. Bpeutft attention called t Our lutost style of WIRE M ATTH KSSKS.
t lie hest unit cheapest ever brought to this country, Fine LoUHg0 ami Sofa
lleds, at San FnUAOtflOO in ices. ('oai)ilete Assiirtiiient of Baby
Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Higb Chairs.
Cornice Poles in Wood or Brass Trimmings.
We make a Specialty of Laying Matting and Interior Decorating,
Furniture and Mat tresses repaired by First Class Workmen.
Cabinet Making in all its Branches
A TRIAL IS SOLICITED.
BKLL TKLKl'HONE NO. Mfc
ENTERPRISE JPLANING MILL,
PETER HICH, Proprietor.
OFFICE and MILL AUikea and Richards, near Qugen St., Honolulu.
MOUL.DINGS, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, SCREEN8, PR A MBS,
TURNED AND SAWED WORK., RTC.
Prompt Attention to all Orders.
Fort St.eet - Opposite Wilder & Co.
II. . XOI.TM, Pro)) r.
Fn-t . Imh Uuaohen i-n-ed with Xm.Caltm,
Bad Water, OiDKar Alt or Milk.
Smoker' Requisitss a Specialty
iii.ii fnaii :t a.m. till in pin.
95.97 KING STREET.
LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL.
k, Hotki. Street.
'M-tf MUTUAL TKI.KPHONK NO. IH5
TBLEPHONE8: . ,
C. B. COOPER, M. D.
I'HVSICIAN AND SUROKON.
OKKIUK, MASONIC TEMI'l.E,
Corner Hotel nod AlakM streets
Qmot , ,w. , l(1 l2 W..U) m
ItoSp at. Hvmuata: Ht80 to EOtwik m.
Tki.BWKWBB! K uMl lift-4,"ini w-Bll 8.
KeHUtoneei MiiIunI iUO,
Aim at the DrakeiW C. PeaCOCk & I
And you nre IxhiiiiI to hit some of the
ducks Tliis Is perfectly tin- mine With
Cod Liver Oil.
!t aims to cure Consumption,
II its the Mark, loo, and it most
effectually breaks 1 1 1 Cotdn,
Coturhs, Hoarseness and :tll
1 Tbroai and l,ux trunhleji lhal
pause iliis disease.
11 is n&turiil logic in conclude
1 that it W ampule's Preparation
I Of Con itV KH (In. lias power
I to prevent Consumption, it surely
I is able to cute these lesser etner
This vigor-making, lat-produe-
iiiK' preparation is Absolutely
; Tasteless, in so far as Cod Liver
I Oil is coneerned. All you notice
is a delightful flavor of Wild
Cherrv and Anise
But the purest Norwegian Cod
Liver Oil is there all the same.
It is a great blood enricher. Best
of all it is a natural food that in its
stomachic effects actually assists
its own assimilasion.
In I'httnonary or Bronchia
troubles it is unequalled. No
one doubts the value of Cod Liver
Oil, but not every one is able to
Removes the nauseous objection
j and actually makes Cod Liver
! Oil palatable
KEPT IN STOCK AND SOLI) BY
ffOLLISTEB & CO.
Hit' F'oht Street, Hofohilu.
Club Stables Co.
S. K. GRAHAM, XIanagkk.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Fort Strett, Between Hotel
Both Tei.himionks No. 477.
CONNECTED WITH HACK STAND
Cur. Kin;; tinil Bethel Stw.
BOTH TELEPHONES NO. 113.
GO TO THE
Nl'UANU AVENUB, OK TO THE
Tulile Board $1 er day.
Board and Lodging $2 "
Hoard and Lodging $12 per week.
CST'Npeoial Monthly l'ricen.
T. E. KROl'SE, - Proprietor.
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage and Wagon
All woi-k KiirrMtiti't'tl ot the Iiuhi. (live UM a
tt inl Hint be cotiviiiewl.
No. 44 King Street.
Mutual Telephone .to.
P. O. Box 4UK.
Hard Times Mean Close Prices to
If vou are in need of anv New or
Second-Hand FURNITURl-i, RUGS,
STOVKS. SICWINO MACHINES. Etc.,
call at tin
Cornel N'uuanu anil Kin Street!.
ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
: CAKES CANDIES. TEA, CHOCOlAli
Oar Entublislinient is the Kinent Kesort in the
City. Call and utui Opn till n p. m.
IN THI'; HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
ST. LOUIS, U. S A.
The A B C "Bohemian Beer''
brewed bv Hit' itbove Com
pany is undoubtedly the finest
St. Louis Lagek
into ibis country.
Pabst Brewing Co.,
Milwaukee, iT. s. a.
Cyrus Noble Whis
Hiram Walker &
Club " Whiskev.
livery bottle of which beai'8
Certificate ol Age and the
Excise Seal ot the
J. .1. M el e hers'
C. I. G. Scotch
a. & G. Thompson'
" Hoyal Blend
i Jno. Jameson & Son's
X and XXX
Mitchell & Co.'s
f.T'Cioods sold at bed-rock
figures, and a liberal discount
allowed for Cash.
IIOTH TKIKTHONKS Ni. 411.
I. O. Hon M4.
A well known Kitginecr in
charge of a large Sugar Mill
writes us this week: "We use j
no other hut VACUUM Oil.s, they!
are the best. "
Genuine Mixed Pnlnta, made
of puff colors and pure oils. The
Makers name on each can a
I guarantee of quality, During the I
past year a large quantity of this
j paint has been used with the most1
i satisfactory results
Fenee Wire, Qalvauized or
plain Black anueale i Foul Point
Galvanized Black Win-, an much
Complaint has been made of the
quality of Fence Wire brought
into this market, that, after tests
covering the past five years, we
have selected a make of Fence
Wire peculiarly adapted to this
climate, and which has proved
superior to any other. Users of
tliis make of wire endorse its
Water Filters. Do not try
experiments with articles made
"to sell" and then buy a "Slack &
Brownlpw" after paying for your
experience, as so many have
done. Slack & Brownlow's Water
Filters are made on scientific prin
ciples, and are known and used
everywhere. They are accessible
in all parts and can be cleaned by
Terra Cotta Flower Pots and
1 Water Bottles, Boston Bean Pots.
New Goods constantly arriving.
403-404 PoBT Street
J. T. Waterhouse
Queen Street Stores,
KITI. I, LINKS OK
Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery
Fort Street Store
IN ADDITION TO THK I.AKOK AS
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
India Linen and Peroian tttWM,
Einliroidery, in it yard pieees,
Homan and liuipnre Knibr.iidery,
Oriental, l'latte. and other laeea. in
white, cream and blaek.
Chiffon Lace, all colors,
4.ri-in. Lace Net, crea m and black,
Striped and t'heck Uiinity,
Wide Japanese Crepe, wltite and eolr'd,
White, Cream and Black Borah Silk.
White and Cream Silk Crepe.
Navy and ('ream Serge,
Suez and Tennis Flannel.
The Jtnness Miller "Kqnipoise" waist.
Prima Donna and P. D. Corsets.
Ladies' Wack Hose.
Safe Deposit I itTiitunt
J Has superior facilities for buj inu and
-.II 11:-; st.n-U- .m I UoiicIn and is in
a initiation to handle lare Mocks of
stocks, paying cash for same: or will
sell upon Commission.
linn Plltiitulioii fttock can be
disposed of bv us in large or small lots
at fair prices.
Safe l'ioii Boxt-N of vat ions
sizes for the safe keeping of all sorts of
valuables, rented at reasonable rates.
Mirer Ware and Valuable
rliele taken ou storage for a long
or short period.
Apply for particulars to
THE HAWAIIAN SAKE DEPOHIT
AND INVESTMENT 0O.
40S Kokt Stkkk.t, Hum h. i t.t .
Old Kona Coftee'
FOR tKUt AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S!
ijiteen Street Stores-
, Vi mm s S0IS
AG FN 1 8
Honolulu Soap Works Company
43, 56 and 63 bars to c;isc
( Jne I lundred Pounds,
WILDER h CO.
i Kstahlishetl in 1877.)
S, G, WILDER -i- W, C, WILDER.
Lumber and Coal
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Pslnte, Oil, Glass,
WALL PAPER, ETC.
Cor. Fori and Queen Streets,
HONOLULU, H. I.
Pacific Brass Foundry
ST HAM and GALVANIZED PIPE, Kl.
DOWR, T-WAYS, (iEOBE-VAEVES,
STEAM HOCKS, and all other linings
for pipe on band.
Honolulu Steam dice Mill,
Frettlt milled Kiev fnr Hale In nmiit ii Ihh to Hilit
J. A. HOPPER. Prop r.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Wines, Spirits and Beers,
Between Fort and Bethel StS
Metropolitan Meat Co.
81 KlN(i STREET,
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
O. .1. WALLER, - Manager
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