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Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., etc.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Tratollng ling, Watches, Diamonds, Junelcry niul Silver-ware, etc.
Northeast Corner of Fori ami Men-limit st., Honolulu.
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May IX G)
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Union Feed Company
k HAY, GRAIN
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constantly on hand.
52 3r$Qnd orders to A. W. BUSH, Fort St., Honolulu.
At Mrs. A. M. MebV Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 101 Fort Street, :' : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
JAMES H. HANLON
Blacksmith and Farrier.
Is now permanently located at the
Bhop on King street, lately occupied by
Mr. Geo. Wet. 112
Dr. Do Fries,
Tho Doctor has lust returned from a
tour aiouud the IMuuds, and holds flut
tering recommendations from numerous
manager and private owners of horses
for his skill and capabilities Incuilng
all manner of diseases and eomphdnts
All orders to be loft at .las. Dodd's
Pantheon Stables. 115
Tin, Copper and Shoat Iron Worker,
l'lumbor, Gas Fitter, &c.
Stoves and Ranges
of all kinds.
Plumbers' stock and metals,
House Furnishing Goods,
77 Chandeliers, Lamps, &o.
Will be paid for information that
will lead to the conviction of
whoever maliciously cut the tail
feathers off, and plucked the back
aud breast feathers out of a Peacock
belonging to me. A further reward
of 810 v ill be paid for information
leading to tho conviction of whoever
stole U Pcachicks about a. month old,
belonging to mo, from Pawaa on
Wednesday tho 24th ulto.
Geo. II. Luce.
Tawaa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882
First qmlity of best Arc wood
For Sale Cheap I
Either In cord -wood or cut and split to
L order. JG?"- All wood delivered to
any part of the olty -without
Bond order. to
Enterprise Planing Mills,
H 127 1'ort btrctt.
A. W. Bush.
THE OLD CORNER
Hart Bucu., :' : Proprietors.
Served up In flrst-class style at all hours
Opes from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always ou hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, &c. Also,
Per D. C. Murray
A now lot of oloth barked
36, 42, and 58 inches wide :
Tracing paper in shoots,
Triangles and Color Slants
Dixon's Drawing Pencils,
Blank Books, Fools Cap,
Thumb Tacks, and a fine assortment
of Notarial Record Books,
Supreme Court Scrap Books,
Register of Actions.
or Bill Cases, &c, &c.,&c.,&c.
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WORN Is the
For sale at
A. W. RlCrUKDSON'B.
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1882.
Dispossessing a Widow.
it v iion.nik iii:uiu:.
" I havo two little girls," said Mr.
Truesdcll, " and had one boy, who, If
living, would be ubout the age of yours.
Hc'dlcd three years ago, soon after the
death of his mother."
" Don't you think, mamma, this gen.
tlcmau looks like papat" interposed
" Well, yes, a little pcrhops," said Ids
" I am much pleased with the general
appearance of the property, madam," Mr.
Truesdcll remarked, "and may see you
again in regard to it."
" You probably know, sir," said Mrs.
Trowbridge, " that my interest Is less
than half the real value. A mortgage,
now overdue, holds the lnrgcr share."
Mr. Truesdcll did not Intimate that he
had lately become the owner of the
mortgage, bur simply lcmaikcd that If
he concluded to buy the property the
mortgage would of courso give her no
" I w ish you would buy tho housc,nnd
come hereto live, and let mamma and
me live here, too," exclaimed Iiuby,
looking up wistfully into the face of Mr.
Truesdcll and at the same time firmly
grasping his hand.
If the mother could have got hold of
the boy at that moment she would have
given him un Impressive shake, but he
was on the other sldo of Mr. Trucsdrll, '
und any attempt to stop him with words
might lead to something worse, so she
" 1 have several other nieces of nro.
pcrty, borne of which I havo been trying
to dispose of, with the hope of saving
this, wit the best bids, thus far, have
been cry low."
" Arc those pieces of property also en
" Yes, sir; every one, more or less.
The property that my husband held was
rising In nominal value when thoso
mortgages were put on, and he thought
ho could cany them safely, but a re.
action came, and now my interest In pro
perty on which he placed a high value
amounts to but little."
" Your experience, madam, has been
like that of many others," said Mr. Tru
esdcll. "But you are fortunate in having
even a little left. I will have pome con.
vcrsatlon with my attorneys, Monlcr &
Norton, In regard to this property, and
I will probably call again within a day
or two. Good-day, madam; good.by,
"Good.by!" responded the little fel
low. " Do come and see mamma and
mc again. I want to see you, you look
so much like my papa. Don't you w aut
ro sco Mr. Truesdcll again, mamma?"
"Certainly, my dear," sald his mother.
"I shall be much pleased to have the
Tho lady and gentleman thus casually
meeting had incidentally and almost tin.
avoidably learned certain leading facts
in regard to each other. Of course no
remark designed to be in tho least dc.
grce suggestive of any special or person,
al interest had been made by cither, and
yet the circumstances themselves were
,YYell, how did you liko the Trow,
bridge property, Mr. Truesdcll I" asked
Mr. Monler as his client returned.
"A very handsome place," was the
"And shall wc commrnce foreclosure
proceedings immediately" asked Mr.
Monicr, w 1th a sly wink at his partner,
which was noticed by Mr. Truesdcll.
"Tho dispossession of tho present occu.
pant will be simple and easy, and that
part of the business wo will turn over to
" u is not worm wmio to make any
cost in that direction just now," was the
quiet, but significant answer.
" I am glad you have come again I" ex.
claimed Ruby, bounding into the parlor.
"I told mamma 1 knew you would
"Yes, ray boy, I havo come to look at
your mamma's house once more," but ho
did not tell Master Ruby tl'itt this was
not his second, nor even his third call,
and that his mother had probably not
thought it necessary to invite him to be
present on every occasion.
"Don't you want to see mamma, too?
She will be heioln a minute. Sho U
fixing herself up a little more before sho
Unfortunately for Ruby tho last re
mark was heard by his mother, who was
entering the parlor nt that moment.
That boy was soon on his way out led
by a Servant, but tho outrage wus duly
"My mamma sha'n'l treat me this way
after you come hcio to live, shall she,
Mr. TiueMloII?" was his during shot.
"I would just liko to know, mamma,"
said Ruby one day, about si v weeks uf.
tcr this incident, "why I can't May In
the parlor when Mr. Truesdcll ennwsto
talk to you about buying our house V,"
" Never mind, my dear," said his
mother; "perhaps Mr. Truesdcll will not
buy the house uftcr all."
" Will ho come to lite here, inaiumn,
and let us livo hero, too? anil bo my
papa, and and you bo his wifo?"
"Yes, my darling boy," exclaimed the
fond mother, clasping her little child to
Two hours only had passed then since
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.I.n, Anirnmimnnt tintt liAnn cnnTmt u-ftli n
ring in which a glowing ruby had been
set. In a rapture of joy Mr. Trowbridge
nvtvlntnorl trt Tint MtfM ua wnll na Lhn
could, tho meaning of thc.r$ngand of
IUU J1UU1UU5 BlUUV UU BAH iiiU U.
"Mr. Monicr would like to speak with
Mrs. Trowbridge a moment," was pen.
cllled on a card that was handed to the
" Nothing wrong, I hope," was the
thought that startled the lady for an In.
The marriage ceremony was to take
place the next morning, nnd it was now
half.past eight in the evening. Her pros
pective husband had left her half an
hour before, and she was puzzled to con.
jecture what reason his lawyer could
possibly have for calling just then.
" I havo called, madam." said Mr.
Monler, "to hand you this document,
which is, as you see, a release of tho
mortgago on your property."
"Why, how is this?" said tho ladv in
surprise. "Has Mr. Truesdcll paid olf
"Mr. Tiuc-dell has been tho owner of
tho mortgage, madam, for several
months, having purchased it tlirough
me, before he becamo acquainted with
you. In order to rctoro to you tho full
and absolute ownership of tho property
in thctitslest and most direct way, ho
lias, by our advice, executed this toIcuhi
whllu yournamo was" still Mrs. Tnm.
"A name, sir, that I havo always
thought it an honor to boar, but now
other emotions fill my heart. If you re.
poit to Mr. Truesdcll that you have left
mc in tears, please tell him thoy were
teais not of sorrow.-but of the deepest
Mrs. Tiowbridge became Mrs. Trues
dell at ten the next morning.
" And so this is tho way you dlf-pos-scss
the widow," said Mr. Monler, as
soon as ho could get nenr enough to his
client, after thu ceremony, towhibpera
woid in his ear.
"I thought I woald rather possess
her," wus tho reply.
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