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THE QENTLEn 8LX.
Tim CninU-ww do Paris smokes mild
iw. Hodgson limy often lwHecn wear
ing crlin'ooii robes.
Mrs. Frank Lcsllo Kouerolly dresses In
haiidBonio black costume.
Tho Duchess do Cbnrtres wears dark
wigs mid costumes to match them,
Widow Alcorn and her ll)-yonr-old
daughter, of Louisville, have married
two of their boarders.
Sarah Bonihnrdt's drossei jmd cos
ttuuenwhen alio stnrta on a theatrical
tour fill forty-ilvo trunks
Lady I3roolco, who was as Miss May
nard known an one or tho greatest of
English heiresses, lmsperrcctcdnschcine
for tenehin.; sowing to tho children in
Emilia Atibntt Is erroneously credited
with being "tho n hu3t woman on the
stage." P.itti can buy nnd well her linl'
a dozen time.) over, and Mary Anderson
ia also richor.
Tho fan of Agnes Snrriago, afterward
Lady Er.iuklnnd, who ij Bung by Holmes
and mado a heroine by IJynnor, was to
cently presented to tho Bustoniau bo
ciety. Its d.ito ia 1750-0 J.
Airs. Anna Clotz, of Si. Paul, Minn..
was run over and Killed by the cursl
there, and whilo piepai higher for burial
tf!o,000 in gi eenb.icUs was found ae wed
into her clothiug. Sho has no known
Nellie Tetr.iu, of Lumpkin, Oolo., a
girl of M. ia in charge of one of the im
mouse road engine i n ,ud iu hanliug lo-s
to the biiwiijilia. Sho ia said to handle
tho throttle an well aa any of the male
Finn Charlotte Eyibdon. who leeenily
celebiated the mu.'iii'lh mitiivurMiiy of
her birth, and who ii die only sbter of
the poet Oiinrieii Iiuiiio, was born a
year nfter he w.ti, mid in childhood espti
daily they wero much loel her
Mih8 Elizabeth Peabndy, who first in
troduced into this country from Ger
many the lrindergai ten method of teach
ing tho children, ia still living in Bos
ton at tho ago of 87 years, and retains
much interest in educational matters.
Princess Bismarck ia said to be hap
pier now that sho is ablo to live quietly
in retirement with her husband than sho
has been since he became a minister of
state. Sho has always disliked tho pub
licity entailed upon her by her high so
The Duchess D'Uzes, the generous
patron of Gen. Boulauger, is u fetveut
Roman Catholic and an enthusiastic
philanthropist. She is fond of society
and is a famous conversationalist. Her
salon has been one of the most cele
brated in France.
MEN YOU HEAR OF.
.Wharton Barker, the Philadelphia re-"
former, ia a journalist and a successful,
Cornelius Vanderhilt Iris purchased
two of Turner's famous pictures in Lon
don tor &30.000.
Adam Monta, of Bigby Fork, ?Jih.s., ,
who is 91 yens of ag. h-u 41)0 fle
scondann living. '
Dr. G. 15 Butdow, who ia ceniiifr a
teim in tho p 'intentiary lor bigamy, h.u
been left rtU.OIQ by his first wife, who
Jay (imil ' 'v'iploya often two broke! s,
but never letn ono know h it the other
is doing. lie iuu twenty-five bpeclal
wires i uiiuil.; j.oui his office. i
Marahal Von M')lfke spends a portion .
of each day in the lnausoljiuu of his En- I
glish vife, M.. ., Butt, standing in pro- '
found meditation by lh. tomb.
Bev.Mames W. Ford, yho has spa;it I
nearly all hiu life lis a micsionary to j
China, ea)s he lni3 studied Chinese for j
' fifty years and yet has not mastered tho
Maurice Bernhardt, son of Sarah Bern
hardt, who lately wounded hia antago
nist in u.duel, is allowed by his mother
$35,000 a year for expenses, and ho funs
into dobt besides.
Sis brothers named Withers at Louis
ville, Ky., are said to bo over 0 ft. 0 in.
each in height, and their average weight
ia 101 pounds. Their motlier is living at
tho ago of 89 years.
George M. Pullman, tho palace car
multi-millionairo, mado his first money
in Chicago by lifting old houses with
jack screws. Ho was not ahovo han
dling tho bars himself.
President Bliss, of the Boston and Al
bany road, was rocntly offered an in
crease of salary from $13,000 to $20,000,
but declined because he did not consider
hia servicea worth so much more.
Gen. Butler's happy faculty of drop
ping off into a sound sleep on short no
tico is ono secret of his great vitality
and vigor. In his stumping tours ho
will sleep iu railway trains and in car
riages as readily and as comfortably as
in his bed.
Tho young Viscount Belgrave, grand
son of the Duko of Westminster, if ho
lives to inherit his patrimony, will bo
tho richest man in tho world. By the.
tiirib he attains his majority hia incomo
will amount to between $10,000 and
$20,000 a day.
AnostasiuB, tho Grecian brigand, is a,
very handsomo and well iuformed man
who speaks four languages and behaves
liko a gentleman, no preserves strict
military discipline among his followers,
and tieats his prisoners in a manner be
fitting their rank.
Kansas has more milea of railroad
tUau ttll tho Now Englnnd utatea put to
gether. Bho has 1;1C9 inoro miles than
Now York, whoso population and wealth
surpass Kansas four to one. SUo has
moro than tho great states of Pennsyl
vania, Iowa or Texas.
All the Texas lines havo agreed, ex
cept the Intel national and Urcat North
ern, to go into a joint car inspectors'
It is saiil tho Cauiuliuii 1'uciflo und tho
I'uiiiwylvniila will unite iu litiililini: a
new lino Mwomi Toledo and Detroit
within w yeiir.
Tim nvurntjo rnriiiiiKs of the HUwengor
trains or tho Ulu; Knur lino thu last
fiscal yenrwern $1.01 w inllii run, iunl
the frnight truliu uveruged I,U7 lcr
Nonrljr nil llift gifnt rnllmul system
have hospitals for (tin Iwitefll nf limit
timployi, which MM pittly niimrlw1
liy monthly dduellons (mm Urn pnj ol
The i-anyon of the CVtlunwIo river I in
lieeii Mirvoyml for a railroad by wlitnh It
in prnjKiicd to uaunwl tho coal (Mils ol
Colorado with tho PaoIIIo coast via tin
Gulf of California.
Tho biggest ilny'H woik uverdottoon
thu Wnlmnli syntoiit wan accomplished
ono day reeontlj. During tho twtmty
four hourn 4,01)1 carloads of paying
freight wero bandloil,
Tho president of Mexico has appointed
Senor Don Leandro Fernandez Ut ropro
sent tho Kovoininent of Mexico iu tho
International railway coiiiiuIhbIoii. Senoi
Fernandez ia nn eminent civil engineer
of that country.
Boston capitalist have subscribed
$100,000 toward locating car works at
Beamont, Tex., to aupply tho rapidly in
eieaslng demand of southwestern line
for cars. Tho now works will hnviwi
cash capital of $500,000.
The Boston .tout mil uaja that Presi
dent Bliss, of the Boston and Alb.iti
railway, wait ccentlyoiToied nn increase
of fi.il.iry from sfJ,000 to ?i0,00l), but be
declined It on tho ground that ho did
not think hia horvicea wero worth no
Tho total number of street railways in
tho United States and Canada, accord
ing to The Hallway Age, la now estimat
ed ataiiout 1.000, with a total length ol
8,0.10 miles, and it is asseitod of these
roads 201, or about 'S per cent., with a
!' mileage of 1,703 miles, or about 20 per
cent, of the total mileage, aro operateil
Canadian capitalists havo given notice
that an application will be mado to par
liament next session for an act to incor
porate a i.vluay company to construct a
railway trom a point on the Canadian
Pacific railway between Dog Lake and
Sudbury, thence by way of the vallej s
I of Moose ilver and ol' its tributaries to
James bay and Hudson bay.
London has more Scotch than Edin
burgh Paper plates im being Used in home of
the London restauiauts
From twel o to eighteen suicides on
the average hnvo been registered daily
at tho Paris polico officq.
Tho British consul at Zanzibar re
ports that from 80,000 to 100,000 weapons
aro imported into Africa each year.
Of thirty pedestrians injured on the
streets of Cincinnati iu ono month
twenty-five owod their injuries to tho
carelessness of female drivers.
It is said that in tho river approach to
Lako Nicaragua and in tho lake itself
aro to bo found what aro said to be tho
only fresh water sharks known.
In Moscow may bo seen in the streets
any day a beggar who was a few years
ago ono of the richest men in tho city.
His father left him $7,500,000, but ho
gamhle'd it all away.
A rug valued at $3,000 was hold in
London recently. It was about 13 feet
square, -and had about 250 stitches to tho
inch. Tho material was wool combed,
not cut. from tho animal.
In New Yoik it i3 estimated, accord
ing to the ontpnt, that the annu il con
sumption is fifteen whole pies to each
man, woman and child within the city.
There aio twenty csMl'lishinnntsjni.jt
bake pies exclusively.
Sugar was unknown to tho ancient
Gieeks and Itonmui,, oven as a medicine:
and not until tea and coffee and aluoiiolio
bevciagt s cieated a papular doimn.d for
its use, early in tho Eighteenth contmy,
did it become an impoitnut ailicloof
diet in Em ope.
TALES OF THE TURF.
llanover will ho t-cnt to Cnglaud nett
year and placed in the stud.
Rtibcin, a ton i f Nutwood, was reifiil
ly bold to Col. White, of Cleveland, O.,
for $1 1,200
Alleiton has twice trotted a third heat
in 2;15J, which is a feat nover before ac
complished by a 4-year-old stallion.
C. J. Ilamlln, tho Buffalo horseman,
has converted his ring barn into a biood
maro barn for early foals. It has thir
teen stalls all heated by hot water. Tho
stalls aro opon at tho top, which gives a
good circulatiou of air at all times.
Budd Doble recently stated that
Nancy Hanks was tho best trotter he
had ever handled, with only ono excep
tion, Dexter. Ho conbiders Ivor hotter
than GoW6inith Maid, who eo long
reigned queen ot tho turf in his hunu3.
In England nnd on many parts of tho
contiuent they havo beon for n long time
using a horseshoo mado by compressing
common cowhide. It is composed of
three thicknesses of tho cowskin com
pressed in a steel mold and thon sub
jected to a chemical preparation. It ia
claimed for it that it is much lighter,
that it lasts longer and that split hoofs
aro nover known in horses using it.
Following aro 8omo of tho prices ob
tained at tho Dwycr Bros.' Bale: Twenty
four horses brought $80,075. Kingston
was bought in by Phil D wyer for $80,000.
Hanover wont to F. C. O'Reilly for $10,
000. J. C. Smith, of Toronto, pur
chased Great Guns for $700. Inspector B.
brought $10,000, Bollq Meado Stud; Sir
John, $5,000, J. E. Macdonald; Kings
bridgo, $3,000. F. C. O'Reilly; Extra Dry
A OrHnpliiff Monopolist.
"My starsl" exclaimed tho rich em
ployer when his worknieu asked for an
increase of pay, und tho foreman of tho
delegation turned to hia associates and
"There, you 6co. Wo always knew ho
thought lie owned.tho earth, ami now he
says lie's got a cinch on the wholo uui
rcrso outsido." SomorviUo Journal.
The author of tho song "Annio Itoo
noy" received from tho publishers only
$4.00, while the writer of "Down Went
McGinty" was paid buf$2.00. Had the
general public known what was coining
Ii subscription could readily liuvubeeii
rulsetl to buy tho gentlemen off at far
higher figures. Lowell Citizen.
Polico Keigeaut Your club Is HjKittcd
with bhxKl und hair. How did that hap
pen? Ofllci-r Ploso, tor, inu wife was uhIii'
It fer u rolling pin.
rV'rgcmit Jlut tills lialr'r
Oflk'vr Tliot's ino own Imlr, wir.
Htreel A; liiullii'u (Ioch! Nuvyn,
Ate Huoolvlng New Imnlentnf
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
11Y EVKllY STEAMER
Steam Prating Office
NO. 71 QUEEN STREET,
Whole Ihey aie fully piep'iieil to do all
i kinds of worklii the latest styles, at
the lioiU'-l notice and at the
inol Kcisoiinhlf Hato.
Finn Jeb Work ia Colors a Spcialty!
Executed in the Mo-,t Atti active
I'rlnted, and UloeKod when dt'tlicd.
Jteail the following paitial list ol spec
ialties anil gi'tthi'JJiMJi.r.riN'.s prices be
foio pl.ielntj jour ouleis, Uy m doing
on ill save botlTltium ami money.
Lei tor lleatlti,
Hills of Lading,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes it Letter Circulars,
Sporting Stiorus &. Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists, -
Gcucial Rook Work,
Etc., Etc,, Etc., Etc.,
MOT fo Jolj Is allowed to leave the of
llre until It gives yiitlfiietloii,
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO,,
71 qutru Nlreet, Houolulu, II, I.
I ERM & CO.,
1)0, 02 FORT ST.,
Are nnw how lnRnl.nrjjeNpi
Strtnk nl flnniln miltnlilt for H'
Holiday. unniprlnliiR Dtntnomt
,1pm olry of nil MwNi lliitifrlio,
ICiiirliijrxi Hmnplpi", llnngle,
Incu unit Swf I'lnx. Itlnjr,
lading' nnd Oonln' Onld nml
Hllvoi' Wntolii' and Watch
Plmlna, NiillM'.louplry, Cloek",
Sllvoiwau1, Hold f leaded Ciini'i,
llto., Klc, Kte.
4o.V Pili'i's within the reach
of all. (live im a call. 72s tin
N ealled In the liui' "lock of
Xow on hind unit to ariheou Ibe
'I'liey coinpiUe eerythli!i; lo be had In
ninny various Hmw.
Of AM. KINDS,
Ml siit ifplibil fare,
Umbrellas & Oanes
Moil ltd Iu Gold iV: Silver,
r.tc. Kte.. Etc.
tlSf" KinreMII he open evenlnj
two weel.s piuioiis to ( In Mums.
H. F. W1CHMAN.
I hae jut lorehed a huge assortment
of New Good "tillable for wertdiinr ami
holiday glfN, cons-Klin:; of the follow
In nil -l a. il ijnalHIi"-;
In tin1 nee-l ii.itleuis;
After oois Tt.-t Gioths,
In SlIU & Linen,
I'.iney Linen Cloth In f-ets,
OamasK Table Cloths,
Iu all size's with Napkins to mateli
(Ie.slgn. etc.. etc., etc.
"P" These Goods two all Impoitcd by
me diicclfioui the matiufaetuieis and
are giiar.iuteeil to glo satNfactlou to
7!20 tf W. C. SPltOUIifj.
Win. G. Irwin, Piesident te Manager
Clans Sprecbels Vice-Piesldent
Secretary tc Treasurer
Theo. C. Poi ter Audltoi
AQKNTS OK THK
Oceanic Siaanisliii Comj'y,
Of Hun FriiiiclHi'o, Cul.
E. B. THOMAS,
Estiuiates Given on Hiiek, Iron, Stono
& Wuudeu Huildnifjs.o Johhlng
Attended to. ,
KEEPS FOR SALE
Brick, Lime, Ctmcnt, Plaster of Paris,
Mathle Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa
Quarry Tiles 0x11 red, white and blue;
.Million, riitbtle anil Knnuirtlli) Tiles in
vai louspalleiiiB, all Kinds of Drnlimgu
IQT Omar. Southeast corner Ala
kea and Queen slieets,
Mutual - -a TELEPHONES W Ball 351
mil 1 -00.lv
PIiAHINO MILL, f
Altilicu, ikiui' (ucuiiHt. 1
Teleiiliuiio Nu, 05,
I TRADE ' J
mm I M Tl iimi in -
uAMilllSMlTH & FIELD,
I IN Hl'll'lllt HT.
Him KinlirUru, i i Out I Hi ruin.
SIKeiwiim, .silver .lowphy,
SIIvpv Mouutpil Chiipk.
hllvui Miiunteil I'miIiitIIah.
Onyx Mantel t'loi-Kn,
(lolit Pone IViipIU,
J .! Iii'i' OomIh,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
WVCiilnlojjuufloiit to any addie fiee
C6y".Mnll ordeix piouiptly aiiiloau
t"l)lanionds anil IMecimn Slones
mount i'l hi the lnli'-t sih-s.
Barry s Tncopherous
Eatabliohod 100 1
Infalllblo for rcncnlng, Inrlgorntlnn nml
licautlfylnji tho Imlr, removing pcutf, duuilrull,
nnd Ml aaictlone of tho Bcnlp, and curing erup
tions of tho skin, diseases of tho -lnm!., muscles
and Integuments, and rcllcln(f ellngs, cuts,
bruises, Rjiralns, etc. Tho alllnlty between the
membranes which constitute tho skin nnd the
Imlr which draws Its enstennnco from this triple
cnvclorio Is very closo. All diseases of tho hair
orlglnato in tho skin of the head. If tho pores
of tho scalp arc clogged, or If tho blood nnd other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho small
ctecls which feed tho roots with molt turo and
impart llfo to tho fibres, tho result Is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, crayncss, dryness I
UUU LUKUUMD VI IUU IIUUICUIS, UUU VUllfD UU1U-
ncss, as tho case may bo. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action with Barry'si Trlconbor-
oui, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
acthlty, will annljillato tho disease. In all
affections of tho skin and of the substrata of
muscles and Integuments tho process and the
effect nro tho same It Is upon the skin, tho
muscular fibre, and the glands that Barry's
Trlcoplicrotif) has Its specific action, and
In all Directions and Injuries of theso organs it
is a sovereign remedy.
Dowaro of Counterfeit.
Trom tho Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Madame Adclina Pnul-Nicollni,
Montevideo, July 30th, 18SS.
Messiuj. IUnct.AY & Co., New York.
Dear Sirs: I tako pleasure In announcing to
sou that lHiinv's Florida WATEnlsonooftho
few articles always to bo found on my dressing
caso. In my conception It In ono of tho best or
toilet waters, nun lor mo iiatn it is not only do
licious, bat refreshing and invigorating. I
rccommcuu it wuuout rcscn e.
&c&&Mg, UaJSZ J&cc&t,
H0LUSTER & CO.
K lnviii tl Coiupsiny,
OrKKK bOK SALE
PfAFf!,'.tI PA'Sr CO.'S
fell su.in !'ipe Goveriiig, all sizes.
1JUOK &. OULANUT'S
High Grade Chemical Cano Mauur
' Refined Sugars,
Fnirbank Canning Co'.'s Corned
Boof, 1 and 2 II). tins.
' SALMON IN BARRELS,
Are respectfully invited to examine
that now on sale by
1 1 WILLIAMS & CO.,
(Successor to O. E. Williams),
105 Fort St., : : Honolulu,
Selected by Mr. H. Ifc Williams,
in person from the
In Sau Francisco. Ladies ami Gen
tlemen will find in this stock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL,
For generations to come, nml very
CIIIUKTMAK, NEW YEAH,
lllllTHDAY or liltlDAL
I gjMTi MrnUiwmfaley reeeivml,
. ami iiuiiu uu thu way by will nml
steuiu. 7111 Im
Choice Qoodc for
Mclnnrny Hnll, : : Fort Street.
New Engravings, Photogravures,
THE VEKY LATEST IN
A largo invoice of which lina been received, tliiect from the mnnufacturers.
GiraiF I Eiiy Im Cliests & Mriierators,
lirimKKIIOSE, HPIUNKLEHS and
HOSE HEELS, STOVES & TINWARE.
A NEW INVOICE Ex "EDWARD MAY."
Paints, Oils, VanisliGs, UMcaiim Oils, ir
C5y" During ocfiipation
out til Hpi'cial itilei.
New Goods expected by the
UOHNEIt HOTEL &
Ladies 1 special attention Ladies !
We desire to announce that we have received per last S. S. "Australia" and
"Ze.ilandia," a very large and varied Btock from Europe and
the States, especially adapted for this market.
Latest Novelties ! Latest Novelties !
FRENCH ZEPHYRS in latest patterns,
SWISSES, EMBROIDERIES & LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES & RIBBONS,
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guaranteed fast color,
LrficSleH' Underwear. "JEsCicl Olovett.
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & BEST KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 sell for 92 a
g& Get your Kid Gloves at the "Tetnplo of Fashion." JgtJ
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, bell at reduced prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, a full assortment.
. BOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially imparted
for the Holiday B.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A largo iifctoitment of Xinns Goodb, consisting of TOYS,, DOLLS,
DRESSED, UNDRESSED & KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO-
vl i' mi Wis, i'Jrc, isre.
5', FINE TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE &JHANDKER
IEF BOXES. '
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Eic,
S. EUKL1CH & CO.,
rwwcsisKi .TTMT37iE3iBaecgipiaca3Pgg .arjgasm.
1 5 O-; FAT k-i?Jbi 1 5 0
VST EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
1'LA.NTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, AgrigulturaL Implements,
Carpeiiters', Blacksmiths', MachinisU' & Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, PainU), Oils, Varniehes, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & llemlngton Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne I Sons Fully MmHcImi.
Subscribe for the Weekly
Cos Ail Rooms,
temporary quartern, linei aro being cloved
PACIFIC HAEDWARH CO., LI,
Temporary Odlce in Mclnerny Rlock, Fort strcet.
Hotol & Fort Streets.
Mo. 53 Fort fcStreot'