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Mere is a new dusiness.
An lncrnlnun YnnUrc linn Miut of Illni
rir nn Aid to Sloiirin-ni.
In tho icinlty of Union siptaro thcro
is n mnn who has it Biunll ofllco with a
big glass door. Tho legend on tho door
is insignificant to him who ruuB, for,
beyond tho statement of ofllco hours and
tho llko, thero aro only tho words
HEMOIMMj CAItDS :
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What is a memorial card? Not a f ow ,
bereaved people ;in this town havo learned
tho answer during the part two or threo
months, nnd if tho business continues at ,
its present prosperous rato tho wholo
country may bo Bet agog by it within a
"A memorial civrdi1" repeated tho pro
prietor nnd inventor of tho scheme,
when tho question was put to 1dm. i
"Why, this is one," and ho handed tho
reporter n card of tho aizo known as '
cabinet in photography. It had thnt
dull, load color bo often nsed by pbotog
mphers as n backing for exquisite pot
traits, and out of its gloom had been
a rambling design, in which
were included a dove struggling witn n
long streamer, Bomo leaves that proktbly
wero meant for immortelles, nnd various
other thingumies that could not bo re
duced to definitions upon a cursory anal
ysis. "Yon seo," said the inventor, "this is .
what I do. I fill tho white spaces in the
dove's streamers with mottoes of a senti
mental, religious or hopef til character,
ss tho case seems to demand. That is in
gilt. Then you will observo that there
is a blank space left in tho design below
tho dove and streamer. That is where
tho name of tho departed.goes, also in
gilt, dato of death included. '
"That does it, don't you seo? Such a
sard conveys its melancholy iness.ige
surely and artistically, and people rather
like it, you know. Who buys 'em? Why.
friends of the departed, of course. 1
subscribo for every paper in New York
I read only tho notices of deaths. I take I
every name set down as deceased and fix j
np a card with the name on it in tho
way I told you. You Beo Tvo got a font
of type and a hand press hero for the
work. I print ono specimen of each
name, varying the motto as best I can
judge from age or other characteristics
indicated in tho death notice. Then I
send tho specimen to the bereaved fam
ily. Without waiting for them to re
cover from their grief I call at tho house
and explain that such a card costs me
twenty-live cents to get np; that it is a
simple, touching souvenir or the de
ceased, and a delicate means of convey
ing information to friends and relatives.
"It saves so much mournful bother, you
know, in tho way of writing letters. In
no case yet have I failed to collect the
twenty-five cents for tho sample num
ber, and in most cases I get an order for
a dozen at least of cards. Sometimes as
many as four dozen aro ordered. That
mokes it profitable. I expect to see this
idea become very fashionable. I find
my customers in Fifth avenue and in
tho cheapest tenements of the east Bide.
The business has developed so that 1
havo five canvassers at work in this citj
every day. and when I get into my new
and larger office I intend to stall
branches in all big towns and eventually
cover tho wholo country." New York
ltenu Brummel'H Wuy.
It was in the year 1810 that Brnmmel
settled in Calais. Taking quarters in an
inn ho had them appointed luxuriously,
and although ho was practically penni
less began to live on the fat of tho land.
Ho was liko a king in exile. Great ones
from Loudon visited him, and he was
.graciously pleased to receive their hom
age also, no doubt, their money. "Why,
Brummel,'" said a London friend ono day,
"there's a rumor on tho other side of tho
channel that you)re dead." "Stockjob
bing, my boy," said the Beau calmly:
"only stock jobbing."
Before ho reached tho poverty that was
degradation at Caen his manner retained
the curious mixture of impudence and
courtesy which at onco puzzled and
dazzled his obtuse countrymen. "Mr.
Brummel," said a lady, leaning from her
window at Caen, "will you take tea with
us tins evening?" "Madam," replied
Brummel crnsliiugly, "you take medi
cine, you tako a walk, you take a liber
ty, but you drink tea." Chicago Trib
une. , Curved Ills Own Tombntone.
Larry Finlan, a native of Ireland, and
for more than forty years a resident of
Harper's Ferry, and at one timo an em
ploye in tho United States armory, died
recently, aged 77 years. The deceased,
about fifteen years ago, conceivod tho
novel idea of making his tombstone, and
prooured a pieco of slate threo by five
foot, cut tho apex in tho form of a cross,
chiseled his name, placo of birth, and
thinking ho would dio between the years
of 1888 and 1890 cut tho first threo fig
ures on the face of tho stone, but not dy
ing at that timo ho canceled tho last fig
ure and substituted 0, and sent the stone
to his lot in tho Catholic cemetery, Cor.
Counterfeiter IloCurtiiey's Secret.
While Peto McCartney, tho notorious
counterfeiter, was languishing in prison
and dyiug from exhaustion ho possessed
placo of over a million dollars' worth of
tho secret which would disclose the hiding
the best counterfeit notes over produced
m America, To tho lust he refused to tell
his secret, and he died starving himself
becauso ho baw no chanco of pardon.
Queer IIuiuun Machinery,
A French nttornoy was writing out a
brief. Ho was in splendid health, only
tO years old, und was writing rapidly
when ull at onco ho h topped, and from
that moment could not tell his own
name. Memory went out fiom him liko
fuuh Of llglitaing. Detroit Free Prta.
1MH tfllllll l'l) 1lll Until.
HtinrtohiMli lnnWfll klinWH(Ml(piiMil
tirnr t1pvflikm1t In I"" 'wii of Oniislnti
Uitt Oswitto futility, Atnl tlipro HvnJny
Klciiols ntnl Kiln llmirthnii Aflur nn
MtiMidinl miirtslilp n ilnlpwns flnnlly pot
for llit wnlilliift 'lid was nlmtit n yenr
nn. An plnlximln fiwl had bts'ti pr
Dared. I'ntlirr Mi (Hynu hnd Ihkmi buui-
by frlomU. Mood wnllliiR for u; riihiiii.
After n Iwtiglliv wnll. mtd Mrhols not i
nniwwrliitt. the K"ts were illMiilwri,
tho kind old prlwl wnt lmino, and MIm
Itenrlhnii. wlm Is n setmttlvo and pretty
young Ind.x . went quietly about her daily
dutliw, and what she thought nnd felt
was known only to herself It was nnb
' Bwiinntly learned that the young man's
i parents ninile such flurco objections to
his ling married by n priest of tho
Cntliollo fnlth thnt ho weakened. Soou
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A abort ttino ngo ho returned and met
his former sweetheart. The rosea hiul
not loft her check, niul if sho felt ag
grieved nt tho shabby trick that hud
been played upon her sho did not show
' it. She met Nichols und welcomed
1 iiim back to Shacksbush. Apparently
' mutters were booh arranged satisfacto
rily to both parties, for it was Boon
I noised about tho settlement that "Jay
NicholB nnd 'Ell' Henrilinn woro goin
t ogother agtu ... Wednesday ovening last
ovcrytuiug wa8 in readinoss n second
Umo for tho weddtng. Tho Rev. Mr.
Kmhn a Pmtobiiit elnrirvmnn. had
been secured to tio tho knot. Tho young
people wero nil ready in tho parsonage,
nnd had just joined hands, when n gruff
voice cried out, "Break away," nnd in
stinctively Jny dropped Ella's hnnd.
The young lady went to tho door, mot
her brother and Harvey Qeorgo, and
bidding her faint hearted lover good
night, left him standing olono in tho
parlor of tho parsonage with tho dominio
who was to have performed tho ceremo
",;;. d"at is that Nichols i
ny, i nero w out one senument in mo
w -.-. .
.,, n-pd iust riirht. Lakeside Press. .
Tho KIiirk of Iceland,
In occordanco with several requests wo
publish tho familiar rhymo of tho kings
Klrst WUUam the Noraian,
Then William, lib son, ,
Henry, Stephen and Henry;
Then Richard and John,
Next Henry the Third,
Edwards, one, two and three.
And nffahi alter ltlchard
Threo Hcnrya we see.
Tno Edwards, third Richard
It rightly I guess.
Two Henrys, sixth Kdnard,
Queen Mary, Qneen Bess.
Thin Jamie, the Scotchman,
Then Charles, whom they slew,
Yet received after Cromwell
Another Charles, too.
Next James the Second,
Ascended the throne.
Then good William nnd Mary
Together came on,
Till Anne, Georges four.
And fourth William all post,
God sent Queen Victoria.
May she long bo the lost.
Disappenruiico of a Husslnu River.
Tho town of Saratow, in the southeast
of Russia, has just sustained a serious
loss; it has lost a river the River Volga.
Tho water of the liver has for some time
past been deserting the right arm of the
stream upon which Saratow is built, and
flowing exclusively in the left arm, which
is about a mile and a quarter distant from
tho town. Tho former bed of the stream
is now quite dry, and is used as a road to
convey the passengers and goods which
arrive by the steamer to the town. It
has been decided that it is necessary to
connect tho town with tho left arm of
the stream by a bridge, the construction
of which will cost about 50,000. Lon
Good Fortune Came Too Lnto.
Mrs. Robert Cole, widow of a suicide,
fell heir to a fortune of $20,000 while
hor husband lnj dyiug at his home on
the Point the other day. Sho received
a telegram to thai, effect two hours be
fore her husband had died of a 6elf in
flicted wound. The telegram came from
a New York lawyer and said that she
had fallen heir to the estate of an aunt
in Southampton, England. She and her
brother some time ago learned that tho
aunt had left an estate valued at 10,000.
As sho will not receive any portion of tho
money for some time the remains of tho
suicide wero buried in tho Potters' field.
No Files on 'Xlils Lawyer.
Wo hear much of the law's delay and
generally the criticism is well deserved,
but on occasion law and lawyers can act
very promptly. Tho case in point is tho
quick wit of a young lawyer in tho law
courts of London recently. A man was
taken suddenly ill while listening to a
case, having evidently been talked to
death, and after a fainting fit expressed
u dfeiro to make his will. Tho lawyer,
seeing that the man was dying, snatched
up his shirt front, which hud been re
moved to give him air, and scrawled' tho
will on tho linen, and got it signed just
in timo, as the man immediately expired.
Dry Goods Economist.
Too Much of His Oivu Cure.
Dr. Schweninger, the famous physician
who has reduced tho weight of nearly
all tho great men of Europe, beginning
with Prince Bismarck, has himself been
forced to embark on a long tour of Eu
rope in pursuit of health, or at least of
adipose tissue. In the energy of his eft
forts to relieve his fellow mortals of their
superfluous flesh ho haB become so thin
as to excite alarm for the consequences,
and he is sentenced to a term of absolute
Idleness and purposeless wandering.
A Smart lien.
Ezra Stanloy, of the Charles Cobb
place, has a hen that by her lemarkable
productive proclivities relieves her owner
of the necessity of purchasing an incu
bator. Up to the present time this sea
son she has hatched out three broods of
chickens, numbering forty-flvo in all.
The last setting was of sixteen eggs,
from wliich she bi ought out fifteen
chickens. Sho is now guarding und
bringing up a family of twenty-one.
WORK FOR THE SOLDIERS.
A New "Way to Keep the Jlltf Army of
Undo Mum Employed ill Time of Peace.
It has long teeu a problem to know
what to do with Uncle Sum's soldiers in
tho time of cuco, but Gen. Cutcheou,
chairman of tho militury committee of
the house, is likely to bolvo tho problem.
For foar tho youny men of the army will
not cam their $13 a month and will be
come indolent und intolerent, Mr. Cutch
eon proposes that they Iki utilized in
building sawmills. For bome time Gen.
Outcheon has boon giving his utteutiou to
a proposed military exploration of Alu
lota MituttlllM to wrtign tor onn nf
Utettntl nktiiln northern cpedltlMU
rltii tnllifil couductf-d by Uuii Oreol)
TVhIvIaIIji Iwve got m far nlotig Uml
In tvuc-he (totlliim Is wit ntit CnjiU
1. It Hay, of tho Itlglilli Infniilry, will
iirotably Imri it. with Limit Keitimn m
iil flint nlnliitt Omi Cutohcoii was
first led tomxiniiliw' lulu the mntUir by n
ilrolro lo mIiiihuhp lU'tivily nmoiig onl-
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Willi nu outlook for
mis nnd with tho In
dian well under government control,
tlienxls little to encourago nuibithm In
military circles. It wn tho chalrnmn's
Idem tbat ono of tho liest means of put
tingtofllcera to sotno good to thcniAalvcs
nud Uio country was by letting thoin
conduct expeditions of exploration, nnd
tho Alaskan expedition is tho result of
to tho swrcUry of war. nnd found that
ill iiii'iiiniii iiirinwiiii i.iiii i iniuir
if ..n hia itivtrtt ntitirtwnl. 'I'lin
tary wrlta! "I fully ngreo with yon ns
to the desirability of obtaining occupa
tion touching tho topography, resources
nnd capabilities of thnt vast nnd almost
unknown territory of Alaska." It is
proposed thnt tho party Bhnll go equipped
to do work which it has been impossible
to do horetoforo. Aoompleto steamboat
will bo carried along in parts and put
together on tho Yukon river.
Tho parts of a Bawmill will also be
taken, bo that tho mill rony bo operated
nt tho expedition headquarters nnd a full
supply of lumber kept on hand. With
Capt. Ray nnd Liout. Kcnnnn nt the
head it is probablo that a forco of from
fifty to ono hundred enlisted men would
be taken, asido from the scientific men,
guides, etc, who would bo drawn from
civil lifo. Cnpt. Ray will bo remomborcd
as tho officer who look out tho party to
Point Barrow nt tho timo tho Greely ex
pedition went north.
Tho territory of Alaska is nearly 400
000 miles in area. Tho coast has been
followed nnd mappdd, but of tho vast in
terior almost nothing is known. The
l1""", XZL "iZXZrJS?
possibilities can only bo guessed at.
i i nil ii ui v mi m in Liir-i ii iiiii luliii v in mini
Ui. i i .! .! i i
UCUIBIWW lUllUUUCl UUUIUUIMUMIU
repay development. Under Gen. Cut
cheon's plan it is proposed to send tho
exploring party to a central point acces
sible by steamer up tho Yukon river nnd
from this point as a base to extend ex
plorations in all directions into tho heart
of tho country.
It is also proposed that tho party should
remain in Alaska at least threo years to
enable it to obtain trustworthy informa
tion regarding its climate and resources,
etc. With tho party will bo a number
of scientists, fully equipped with scien
tific instruments, and it is estimated that
$100,000 will cover tho cost. Mississippi
A Small Central Station.
A somewhat remarkable installation
has "been lnmlo in France, which shows
how a comparatively insignificant body
of water can be utilized in tho supply
ing of a wholo community with electric
light. This hixuiy fell last week for
the first time to the experience of tho
little commune of Collins (gard) a vil
lage of 045 inhabitants, about eleven
miles from Nismes. It seems there is a
small stream with u fall of four feet,
which produces an effective nine horse
power. This waterfall drives a small
turbine, which runs a dynamo to supply
100 lamps of ten or sixteen candle power.
The streets are lighted by tweuty-five
lamps of sixteen candle power. Tho
turbine runs till 11 o'clock at night, and
during tho day it is used to work force
pumps, wliich supply the village with
water. New York Commercial Adver
tiser. Novel lirldffo Structure.
The authorities in Chicago have let a
contract for the. construction of what is
called a "folding bridge" over the canal
at Weed street, from Goose island to
tho mainland, at a cost of $14,000. The
bridgo will be built without a center
pier. Each half of tho bridge will con
sist of two sections or folds. J When in
position for traffic the halves will meet
in tho center. When boats are to be let
through either or both halves will fold
back upon tho approaches. The inven
tion is patented by the manager of a lo
cal towing company. Philadelphia Led
ger. Blore Dears Than in Twenty Years.
I learn from Trient that during the
past few weeks inoro bears bsvo been
seen near Campiglio and tho Brenta
group than for twenty years. A herd of
seventy goats pursued by bears galloped
down the' mountain and fell over a preci
pice. A few days ago a bear with two
cubs was seen at the Bocca di Brenta.
Two largo bears came near Campiglio,
one of which was killed by tho Italian
Piinco Molfetta, of Milan, who was stay
ing at the hotel of Campiglio. Vienna
Cor. London News.
Telephone 1'uteuts Kxplrlug.
Tho expiration of telephone patents in
England will begin Dec. 0 uoxt. So far
it has been almost impossible to pur
cliiiso a telephone at nny price, the ouly
way to procure one being by paying
rental. Tho English papers seem to bo
glad tho monopoly will soon cease. The
patents of tho Bell company in this coun
try begin to expire in 1808, we believe.
Ifo Hud Learned.
"So your jaw was broken by tho kick
of a mule, Undo Eben?"
"Yas, dut's it. I uz walkin' 'n ho
straiteh out hisself. Didn't know nuflln
for er littlo bit."
"That was bad."
"Yas, but when I cum to I knowed a
mons'ns sight mo' dan I knowed befo',
Druwlnfr an Inference.
"Did yon over notico that children
often turn out almost tho exact opposites
of their parents?"
"By the way, did you know my fa
ther?" "Very slightly, but I always heard ho
was a most talented man." St. Joseph
Couldn't Understand It.
"Papa, wo don't call an elevator a
lif t, do wo?"
"No, Willie; only tho English and tho
Anglo-maniitca call it that."
"Then what made all the follows
snicker when I asked tho policeman if
ho wouldn't elovator mo ovor tho muddy
crossing?" Chicago Tribune.
"Mr, Hohm," her mother remarked to
him at tho door when sho let him in tho
next evening, "did you notico tho hour
you left hero lust night? Mamio bays
I "I'm buio I didu't know. I wus us
much iutho dark ua alio was." Philu
Sanitary Woollen System Co.,
JttflL to linnil h full ktipplv of
B& Genuine Jnrger Articles are stamped with tho Diamond Shaped
Trndo Mark, enclosing Dr. Jneyer's l'orlrutt.
WARRANTED PURE WOOL!
JSjr Accopt no goods Hint do not bear tliu Portrait of Dr. Jaeger.
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Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OIT AXL SIZSiV-,
Consuming One-third Less Fuel, either wood or coal, than
any other Stove in existanee.
g)S" No Brick Work About It ! j0ST Just a Clean Cut Stovo 1
Whose BakingQuaiities&re Unsurpassed
SfiT FOR SALE BY THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
oct 31-90 Fort street, oppo. Spreckols' Bank, Honolulu. H. I.
. m -m
Silver ! Silver ! Silver I
FOR 30 DAY
OUU GRAND SILVER, PEACIIBLOAV, SATIN WARE, GLASS WARE,
TOYS & DOLLS GIFT SALE WILL COMMENCE
Wlonday, Decembers, 1890.
tQr During this sale every customer purchasing 82.SQ worth, will
recuivu a handsome i'eucliblow, Satin, Glass Waro, Dolls, Toyg or
BQy Look in our Windows and see tho flue display of presents. ia
OH AS. J. FISH EL,
72!) lut The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fori & Hotel slrseti.
tho nliov wnrct for gentlemen
New Goods !
FOR 30 DAYS
MESSRS. KING BROS.
AUK MOW 1'KBl'AKKD TO HtlilW TUB VMHY IIKBT AH80UT
MBNT 01' I'PHUt'ATlONH JN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
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Also, n choice lino uf
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Pictures.
F.r tlioRO desiring Hawaiian HttbjeotH, tliuy ltitvti to olfur
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By Jules Tovornicr, Jon. 1). Strong, 1). Howard Hitchcock, It. 0. Hnrnflolil
nnd others, besido n gnrnt variety by thulr own nitiat, V. Y, Stone, who luta
produced tho fluent UhriHttiuiH Curds of u Hawaiian Naturo ovor o lie rod to
tho public of Honolulu.
Among other thing, they huvo to tiller a vory choice line of
LADIES' & GENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Purses, Pocket Books, Cigar Cane, Cigaietto Chhus,
Letter Booka, Bill Bookn, Curd Cases, Huutl Bags, Etc., Etc.
AIho, a vWy line line of
JPlutwli. Grot tin. JPUusli Goodw,
Toilet Hots, Mnnacure Sets, Shaving Setn, Jewel Cases,
Glove, Handkerchief & Color Boxos, Woik Boxes, Kto.,"Kto.
A very fine at-sorlmciit of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitable for Christmas picsenls. They have
Over 280 Varieties of Mouldings for Picture Frames,
Which they aro making up cheaper than any place in town.
Alt I'lRTS' .SUPPLIES, at greatly reduced prices.
PAKLOIt EA.SELS, in Oak, Cherry, Bum boo, HruBB, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in groat variety at lowest prices.
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BARGAINS ! - :
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Beg to announce thnt in consequence of extensive repairs to their building, they
are Removing their Stocks of Goods to the
MoINJER-IVY -:- 3BJL.OOES:.
tST During removal, in order to Bavo expense of handling -a
Tieir Eire Stock is Offered at Mucei Hates
rro Tine 'cxA.rii :
C3T Persons requiring anything In their line will tlnd this a spooially fayor
New Goods I Riew Goods I
Have lately been received and fiesh invoices are on Uio way.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CQ.,L'd
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms, The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
Tho following are a few of the, niuy attractive fornis offered iby thiB
original and progressive Company : .
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PERCENT. GUARANTEED FORILIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH uUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitublo, its, payments piompl and t-urtuiu, and its
From the Neio Yori Sun, April Mh, 1890:)
riie-LurtfMKt ButiiuusH Ever Tr;tn.sotd by a Lite Assur
The now business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of .New
Torlc for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed'FiFTY
Million Dol.la.ks. This is at the rate of Um htfudred millions of assur
anceor the year, und' is unprecedented In the annals of life assurance.
Information cheerfully furnished to any who will writu to or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J, CARTWRICHT',
Goneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the TJ. S. Janl-9G
Assets, : : $106,053,600,96
"Fact? art), Stubborn Things."
At every ago, on every premium (
table, and iii ovory year, the, AO
TUAL RESULTS of Tontino Folioies
of the New York Life Insurance Oo.
have been LARGER than those OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing
fjKT For particulars apply to
;. O. KKUUKIt
Uon'l Aguut Hawaiian islands.
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of Ladles' & Gentloiueu's
French Kid; Calf & Kangaroo
SKIN SI(OIi3 MADE TO QltpKH.
IVrucU or Hewed. Also. Muddles.
88 Nuuanu 8t., : : : P.O. Box 203.
Towoler & Wutoliiuulfor
KUK0I JEWELnY a SPECIALTY.
King Street , Uonnlulit, II. I.
SOT Particular utteutiou paid to ull
kinds of ropulrs. jun-lO-BU
'PHE BEST PAPER to tuUurlbu
JL for U the 'llJsily Buiuu,' w
ousts per month
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