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Vou XIV. No. 27-12.
JIONOUIl.tl, 11. 1., MONDA'Y IfiVOINa, I)K(JUJMHKU 22, lHllo.
U OENTB PER MONTH
I aw.wfcii.w. ii'ii
"Mftinmn, I (Ink t urn not wclT,"
Balil tnry lllllu la1nls
Tlio liontM Til Rlreii liir to Miell
Neslrclcd nn tlio tnbto.
Hrr illniitot chrcki with two lcd(
Ilor eyes tlio stam rpsombleiti
Tho cliubtij form my fiiltli ilollait
My darling liml dlMemlilcd.
"I'm sorry, itunr," I Bravely until,
"IW'Ainn you'll iiiIm tbn piiiMIng)
Tlio ilnoo for Rlok folia U In licit,
Willi not a Uvttuof Rood tilings."
Bbu tlioiigliiriill'- Miinotlied out licr dress,
Tliln wlckuil HUlonliitior;
"Tlieu I'm not Rick juit now, t dim-,
I'll wait till nfter dinner."
MALONE'S LAST RUN.
A llttlo knot of smoky, begrimed on
ginoors, firemen mid switch tenders were
Bitting together on n tool box at tlio eiiHt
end of tlio train shed at Altoona. Tho
silence of tho night wns broken only by
tho monotonous puff, puff of a shifting
engine dragging n heavily loaded west
bound freight to tlio upper yard.
Through tho mnzo of tracks gleamed
scores of red, green and whito lights
mnrlingtho switches. The group of
train hands woro idling tho tiino away
until tho hour should como when tho
engines should bo brought out to haul
tho two sections of fast line, "No.
4," over tho middle division to Har
risburg. Thoro was yet a long time- to
wait, for tlio bull on tho machine shops
had just tolled 11, and tho train was not
duo until after midnight. Tlio crowd
on tho Logaii'houso'porch, that great re
sort of Mountain City inhabitants, was
thinning out, and as tho air grow more
chilly tho lively conversation halted and
tho men on tho tool bos became silent
Suddenly one of them exclaiified:
"Hero comes old John Malono. Let's
get him to toll us that story about tho
last rnn ho made. Hi, thoro!" ho con
tinued in n louder voice. "John, John
Tlio passer stopped and peered in
through tho railings.
"Oh, is it yon, Billy?" ho ejaculated.
"I couldn't inako out who was calling
ino. My eyes and cars nro not as good
as thoy woro ten years back."
Billyeoon had tho gato open for Ma
lono to enter, and as tho two drew near
tho others tho old man asked, "What are
yoYl sitting bero-f or, and what do you
want with me?"
" "Tho eamo old thing, Johnny, we're
waiting to tako out first section of four,
and to jiass tho timo wo want you to tell
us again of that trip you inado back in
tho eighties which mado you leave the
Tho old man took a seat, filled and
lighted his pipo and puffed away vigor
ously for a whilo boforo replying.
"Well, boys," ho said at last, "I don't
particularly liko to talk about-that run,
and it is hardly the right kind of a story
to spin to you as you aro going to tako out
the samo (train 1 had that night, but if
you want tojioar it I'll go ahead.
"Ifsbeen a good many years ago, but
I can seo tho whole thing aa clearly as
tho night it happened, and it was no
dream, though everybody' thought so. 1
needn't tell yon tollows that fast line
was tho first oast bound passenger train
after tho mail express, which loft hero
about 7 o'clock. Wo generally got the
train from tho Pittsburg division about.
. half an hour to an hour late, but as we
only flagged at Tyrone and Huntingdon
wo always camo intoIIaiTisburgou timo
to tho becond. This was easy on a down
grade and a hundred and thirty milo muj.
without a stop. The way wo used to
yank tho coaches along tho river was a
caution, and many's tho timo wo rattled
over the Juniata at a mile a minute, not
oven slowing down for Spruce creek
"At that hour of tlio night wo nearly
always got the whito light from tho
tqwers. Now and then tho green would
bo given ftnd wo had to reduce speed,
but rarelv tho red. Well, this thincr of
-Srnnnim n train liko four with a clear
track, no stops and nothing to see but
tho ballast and trees alongside of the
rails makes a fellow grow indifferent,
and I won't say a littlo nervous. It is
wearing on a man tq speed along thrqugh
thoso mountains hour after hour in tho
middle of tho night, never eeoing a light
except in tho tower, and feeling tho cold
air blow in on him from thoso hills ris
ing hundreds of foot overhead. An en
gineer cannot tell what instant he's go
ing to crash into a landslide I tell you
a night run is enough to mako a man
feoj mighty solemn when passing thrqugh
Jack's Narrows, or half a dozen othor
barren rocky spots, such as can bp found
between hero aud tho Susquehanna, al
of which you boys know well,
"Tho night I was speaking of wo loft
iiero thirty minutes lato, and a hot
box on tlio smoker hold us fifteen min
utes moro at Tyrone Forges. Wheu wo
got started again 1 pulled her wido opon
and let her rip. Wo had nino cars on,
three of them sleepers, and that was a
heavy load for ouo of tho old stylo en
gines, but wo bumped along at a lively
rate. Boyond Huntingdon we fairly
hummed along tho canal, depending al
together ou tho towers, for it was so
dark wo couldn't seo oven the Juniata
riglit below us. Wo had no further
troublo as to delays. Tho east bound
freight and coal trains were all side
tracked, and wo did not oven got a green
light until wo reached Lowistown Juno
tion. "Somehow or other I was not feollng
myself that uTght, and I don't believe
the fireman and 1 had half a dozon words
in tho first hundred miles. As wo run
through tho Nurrows I leaned out of tho
cab aud kept an oyo on tho track for
rockn. It was iinposaiblo to setymy dis
tance, however, and as I turned around
to look for tlio tail lamps on tho rear
sleeper I thought of tho scores of people
behind ino tiding in fancied security,
while tho only safeguard from wreck
was in Providence, (Straight up on tho
right rotiu tho mountains for nearly a
thotiwmd feet, aud ou thuothcr lntiid wan
Um Juniata, dark and uiirwil lit tho wav
eiing glitru of the headlight.
"Ou and ou wo wuut, past little vil
lages and farm houses, shooting over tho
rond crossings and crashing by empty
stations, all of which I knowbyjnsllnct
for thoro woro no lights to toll us.
"As wo drew near tho Susquehanna
tho air became clearer, niul when wi
camo within sight of I)nncaniimi tho
great flaming .stacks of the Iron works
shono ahead of us liko linmenso torches,
Wo woro again on schcdulo timo when
wo passed through tho town, and ns we
ran along tho bank of tho Susquehanna
I slowed down a llttlo. Away across tho
water 1 could seo thotnll switch signal-)
on the Northern Central tracks. By and
by I caught' a gllmpso of a headlight
and then tho faint glow of car windows,
although so far distant that tho train
was scarcely visiblo through tho slight
mist rising off tho river. I called the
fireman's attention to tho train, remark
ing that tho Northern Central connection
of 'four' was late, and that no doubt wo
would get tho red at Rockvtllo tower, aa
tho other train should clear us at least
Bovon minutes, but Jimmy, aft-sr taking
a long look, said ho couldn't seo across
tho river on account of tho fog
"Ab you all know, tho old Northern
Central bridge was then standing, and
tho tracks of that road cut right through
ours at Marysvillo and entered tho
bridge just after crossing our west bound
rails. Tho bridge, now torn down, was
oven then considered unsafe, and was
rarely used, tho-through passenger trains
on tho Northern Central being run on
tho cast bank of tho river to Rockvillc,
then on our tracks to Uarriaburg, and
then over tho Cumberland Valley bridgo
to their own road again, Well, as' 1
drew near Marysvillo I kept my eyo on
tho other trniti. which I could heo dis
tinctly, thinking that wo would let it
have a good start, so as not to get
blocked when wo crossed tho river. Wo
wero not running moro than twenty-five
miles an hour, aud when finally tho
Northern Central train was hiddcu by
the long covered bridge I concluded she
would reach Rockville before we got to
tho west bank of tho river.
"Tho bridge crossed tho river diagonal
ly, and wo had not yet reached its mouth
when my framo stiffoncd with horror
aud my oyes fairly burned in their sock
ets. Right in front I could seo tho head
light, of an engine flashing through the
bridge, and almost at tho samo instant I
caught a glimpse of a well filled passen
gar train coming over the crazy old
structure at full speed. I knew instinct
ively that it would reach tho crossing
but a moment before us, and that no
power on earth could avert a collision.
Absolutely paralyzed with fright, I can
still remember seeing Jimmy leaning
out of tho cab and pulling the bell ropo
as unconcernedly as though thero were
no such thing ns dangor. 1 closed my
oyes in horrible' suspense. In an instant
the crash camo. I felt tho engine reel
and shake; I heard tho grinding of tho
timbers and tho roar of escaping steam,
whilo on the air rose such a wail as
never boforo or sinco met my ears.
"Tho next thing 1 know was when I
felt sonio one Blinking mo and heard the
fireman shout: 'Shut her off, Johnny;
shut her off. Do you want to get us
both laid off?' With an effort I brought
back my senses and grasped tho levers
in front of mo. When 1 looked around
wo wero under tho shed at Harrisburg.
I heard a passenger ask a brakoman:
'Has tho N. C. train come in? and the
reply dazed mo: 'Yes, sir, como in ten
"I resigned the next day, boys, and I
wouldn't run tho risk of going through
that experience again for tho whole
road." ,The old man's last words wero
drowned in tlio roar of an incoming
train, and ero ho had finished first sec
tion of No. 4 had come rumbling into
tho station from tho west. Philadelphia
A Itoom In Mrs. Lojiuii'h Home.
Mrs. Gen. Logan has a room in her
Washington house known as "memorial
hall," in which tlio mementos, souvenirs
and books of tho lato goneral aro pre
served. The furnituro is of black walnut
and prune leather, which was brought
from tho Prairio avenuo homo in Chi
cago. Tlio walls aro decorated with
portraits of and battlo pictures in which
tho soldier participated. On a pedestal
Is a lifo size marble, bust, beforo wliich
fresh flowers aro placed every day.
One quaint piece of furnituro is an old
easy chair once owned by Andrew Jack
son, and a small tea table that belonged
to Henry Clay. Dozens of beautifully
engrossed resolutions cover tho lower
walla and brackets; tho medals, decora
tions and official documents fill a largo
cabinet, and a second contains thirty
walking sticks that wero presentod to
the gonoral whilo in ofllco. Mrs. Logan
lias .a valuablo collection of china, in
cluding Hungarian, Chinese, E'ronch,
JapuncBO, Viennesoandold English ware,
besides a Mayflower tea set and a cabinet
filled with historical glassware Wash
Succliurlne In fruits.
The discovery of that substauco known
as saccharine has almost- revolutionized
the business of canning fruits. This
new "sweetener," which tlio French
government has already prohibited, ow
ing to what it calls a dangerous ele
ment which outers in its formation, docs
entirely away with tho use of sugar. It
costs almost nothing.
A prominent member of a canning
(inn in an eastern city, whilo experi
menting with sacchariuo, has discovered
that pineapples preserved in it would al
most entirely retain their natural taste.
Tills is in itself a great discovery, us al
most everybody knows the difference in
taste between canned pineapples ami
those which aro imported direct from the
south, Bt. Louis Ulobo-Denjoerut.
Tim .11 mi M'lm Vuili NluliU.
A newspaper 1111111. who gets to bed no
lato that ho hleeji.i until '& or II o'clock in
the afternoon, awakening the other day
mid looking at tho clock tuiw that it wan
0 o'clock. An lm had nil engagement at
that hour, he fairly leaped Into his
rim he and nulled from the liouw, to
llud Unit It wan U o'clock, but (1 a. 111.
Uu had hleptjiut 0110 hour, do wasn't
"inad." liocniiko hu felt too foulluh, Now
York UYibuuu,, ,
Nrw l'lelil fur I'rltou Liilior.
Tlio stntomeni thai tho county work
limine linn Ikmmi using tin stock of mtrplus
labor in the manufacture of artificial ico
Indicates a now field fur the employment
of prison labor. Tho experiment at tho
workhouso has been very successful, aud
has accomplished tho economic servico
of (supplying a great many people with
Ico who would have found It hard to get
In this caso it looks as If tho employ
ment of convict labor In making tee
might bo free from most of tho objec
tions to tho uso of such labor In other In
dustries. No labor at all Is employed In
tho making of natural ice, and so con
vlct labor cannot bring down wages
there. The labor that is nsed in othei
Ico manufacturing establishments is very
small iu comparison with tho demand
for ice, so that there Is no probability
that this employment of tho workhou o
labor will Influence wages unfavorably
Of course this labor does not at all
come into competition with tho men who
load andleliver Ice, although It may be
hoped that an enlargement of tho Ico
Mipply would mitigate tho rule of the
absolute Iceman who deposits on 'your
doorstep a sixty pound lump of Ico and
makes a hundred pounds by the force of
So far as tho present condition of-af-fairs
is concerned the departure of work
house labor into this industry is to be
commended. Indeed if it could increase
tho Mipply of ico so as to make the bills
of tho average consumer about half as
Imposing as they have been this year it
would command the indorsement of the
public. Pittsburg Dispatch.
)on Droum-il In Six incites of Witter.
Edgar Browor, of Hockanuin, lost a
pair of valuablo oxen Wednesday In a
very peculiar manner. They woro con
sidered tho finest pair in town. Wednes
day Mr. Brower'a hired boy yoked lliem
to a dump cart, and started to draw somo
dirt with them. Around on one side of
tho barn is a small pond which has about
hix inches of water and probably two
feet of mud aa component parts. On
one side of this pond is a sloping bank
quito steep, and near this tho hired boy
was compelled to drive bis team. He
had filled his cart and had driven tho
oxen near to tho top of the incline, when
he saw borne girls.
Leaving his oxen ho hastened over to
talk to them. Tho oxen, freed from re
straint, began to browse in tho grass
growing about and finally pulled tho
wheels of tho cart over tho Incline. Tho
cart began to bear upon them and they
went down tho incline. When thoy
struck tho pond ono of the oxen got
stuck in tho mud and fell over head first.
Tho yoke slipped up on his neck and
hold his noso down in tho water .so that
ho drowned in a fow minutesT Tho boy
now returned and stood watching tlio
other animal try to free himself without
calling any help. Tho animal finally
stumbled and fell as his companion had
done, and met tho samo fate. Hartford
ltoys Willi lluvo Robbfiil.
Thero are :r"conplo of boys up in ono of
tho suburbs who havo to add to their
prayers a speciaj thanksgiving that so
far they havo escaped falling into my
hands. Thoy shot forty birdH-tho other
day for tho wager of a dollar. Tho aver
ago hong bird bings f 10111 sixty ton hun
dred notes a day. These little savages,
then, havo robbed tho "fine ear of nature"
of somo thousands of her choicest inolo-.
dies per day for the rest of the season.
Thoy havo taken just so uiuoh from the
charm of tho first hour of tho dawn,
when, with a whisper and a twitter fine
as silk, tho waking bird salutes tho day.
Thoy havo robbed the twilight of its
brooding melodies of vesper pcaco. Thoy
havo taken from tho landtcapo tho swift
dart of feathered wings, when tho back
ground of Blue lake and leafy dells aro
ready and waiting for thorn. Boys, if
you live long enough to counteract the
ignorant training of your homo lifo yon
will learn that ho who unnecessarily
robs tho world of ono atom of Its beaut,
or wantonly adds by oven so littlo to the
great sob of sorrow that Bounds so
wofully, although dumb to human ears,
from brute creation, Is a vandal and 1
beast. Cor. Chicago Herald.
Horn Wltbont Less.
Mr. Bouuafield, clerk of the county
court of Tucker comity, W. Va., tho
died a fow days ago, was born with
out legs over fifty years ago. Bon
uafield took a prominent part in po
litical and civil life. Ho-sorved iu sev
eral official capacities in tho county and
was ono of its most" popular citizens.
When tho civil war began Jommlield.
who was an cxtrcmo southern mail in
polities, enlisted iu a cavalry regiment
as a private soldier Ho attended to Ins
horso, fed, curried and kept liim j
(ino condition as any other horso in his
company Ho required no assistance in
mounting, aud when in his seat is sard
to have been as firmly fixed as any mem
ber of the celebrated Fourth Texas cav
alry. As an acti.ve soldier ho had no
superior After tho surrender Bounn
field returned to Tucker county. Ho was
seven years ago olectod clerk of tho
comity court, and was serving In that
capacity when ho was taken ill. Bt.
A Craio for Mountain Ilalluuji.
Tho now railway up Monto Ueneroso
Is likely to prove a great success. Tlio
lino is bolder even than tho Rigid rail
way, aud it has been constructed with
great skill and holidity Mountain rail
ways aro now a craze in Switzerland.
Tlimonio railways up Pilatus and the
Btirguuhtock, 011 the Lake ot Lucerne,
up Balvatoiv and Ueuerobo, on the Luke
of Lugano; another is immediately tube
commenced up the Saluvo, at Ucuovu,
and the line (chiefly iu tunnels) up tlio
Jiiugfiau Is inoru than a theory. Lou
(Imiiiil CiiMoiiier (Iu ulienp icMiiuiiint)
I tlio mutton lirotli --ood Iwliiy
llitfli Tonwl WiilUr Don't know. silt.
I don't cat l.uuli, Mali.-atrwt & Klilllli'tf
f oiin T WATSKBOOflH.
Iinporttrnd l)i-alor In fli'Miri
irnttnidlse, Qnw ' 1'" ''"
Yi Dealers in Uumuur, l-alm-t,
ills, Nail. SaT, and UiHtlln$ Material
if every kind, -Jfcr. Fort .tid yiu-cii iitu.,
1. N. Oisllu,-J H. Alitor
Aai'tH S OOOltiw
(rcliHtilt. luiiiirira derff, Ooolira
cnural MrMiliinufoses. Nio Ki-(g
'onoiuiu. ,- 1
. ,,. i if f
Lovers, t J. l-owriij . o. .M.Cunl..
LEWElta & OOOlfcjI,
(successors to LuVuta iJiviifcon,
important and Demerit in liuum-' naif i.
Kinds ot Building Materials, Fort nirwt
UOilUbULiU USUN WUBK&
joieuu. uiigiuorf, oUgr nulla, bon
s, .:ouii:iM, trull, uratti: uuti it.au cam
igB, macbinco ol every dwerlptioi
i.utc to m del fariiuujiir itiuutliou ps.1.
ihin't. bhu U aUfiLuing Joli Work exi.
net! al -ilioi l uolice
, UAriilt'SObl) Ni (Jo.
-1, ' i, )iu.bisku Afjpnib
0. WrMACFA.fU.ASE & Co
Ul'.OltVKUc- Si yoMMism-
Queen strfleL olulu. U
GONSALVKS &. CO.,
Wholesale Grocers & Wine Merchant)
Beaver Block, Honolulu.
BHBWRB & COMPANY,
dlfNEHAL M.Klirrr-".R. AHL
Coumi-siON A i;r.
MBT op ofyirteiS
P. O. Jones, Jr.
T. O. Oaiitkh -
..Pref-ident & Hsuagi
I'ttw-1 ri'r fc Hi'irnlii
Hon. 0. R. Bisnop S (J A Lt,Kc
Attorney at Law & Notary Public
117 Me-oliffvlStuV'-'iMiiiiohihi. tl
I ALl-VRED MA "-OON.
173 -I'J Merchant sin i;t, I I0110I11I11. 'lv
L0RKJ.& '. 1 HURSTON,
A.l.f.ova?y-jfi.t - Law
iioNoi.uiA, 11. 1.
Olllce over Bishop's lLuikr C4C tf
Will practice in the lower ' ourts of tho
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing In all its branches, renting of houses
ami any othor liu-iiier-sentiusied to him.
Olllce: 01 King street; upstairs.
-s3E rr-H -A. i
A NATURAL Mlneial Water.
. halo only by
W. B. LUCE. .
Sole Agent & linpoiter for tlio II 11-
waiian Islands. 523 tf
Grustav A. Sclmmaii
No. 79 & 81 : : King Streot
At W. Wright & Bon's.
Having received a full assnitmcnl ot
'tarruigo Trimming Materiali- from Uu
Bunt, 1 uu pre I'iriM to oxi'cule aHjpnlcri
vitli neatnes- mid despatch ui vury ren
0. A SCIHIJVUN
ipr 'n I
Fort Street House,
IN-l i-'Oft 1-tt l-UUl.
Is the family hotel of Honolulu.
1 ho comforts of home.
Booms with or without Hoard,
Hoard, per week,
U'eoidiui; to rooms
810 to 812
Transient, per d.iy
ItoniiiN liiii-Ki-. Iifclit ami lli-y.
mil Colli IlatliM.
II. II. ItKItltY,
llolol Hi., 1 Honolulu.
.1. 11. Fi.siii:n, l'lop.
Hoard and Loililu, per week, (no
euidlutr to iiH'iithiu of rooms,, .
,. 1U (KJ 10 ijil2 DO
TiaiiMciit, pui iluy -2 00
'J'alilu Ho. ml, per wotik 7 00
.ilnle .MimU,.., r()
carVUIinM will llud this nun of the
unlet eiiiiiliu tahlii niul convenient buiiMi
In ill" idly, llm riiuiii living lm','"' IIk'H
inn nun imhu waier duiiis,
IHE OHLt PAPER Mint by nl
1 olMtflk-'Tiiu Daily ISu Ifllu." M)
I cviiu pur iiiuuth,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Liio, Firo & Murine
Insurance Agents !
Now England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Firo tns. Co. ot Hartford.
Kin- A .llnt'liir.
II HVf. KUAMMPCO CALIFORNIA.
fan 8 WI
j ..-.. ! ut?a'
From and after this ditto, a Hegular
Kioiglit Tiaiu will leave Honolulu for
lloiiotiliuli and way Stations, Evi'itv
Day (excepting Sun-lay), at 10
o'clock a. ji.
gJT lieieafler no Fieight will' bo
leceived for bhipuient, by l'lUahonger
Trains, excopt by special arrange
ment. OA1IU UAILWAY t LAND CO.,
W. 0. Afciiu-Y, Supl.
Honolulu, Dec. J, 1S90. 730 lm
sonesr hmn Hmvj
1 04 .Fort St., Upstairs.
The underfilled bees to inform in
ublir of these lslawb Unit he is makin
"tir( l' M.e iNiiroiiKMil a
Directions for "clf-tni-aaiirenient "-I1
, be given on applicatiou.
White SblrMvBKhirts& NlglilGowi
riiiirt to 0
Island order solicited Bell Tnljhono 4 1
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICE CREAM PARLOUS,
Will again havo on hand tho largeM
Frail, Gltroa. Peuuu, Jolly-
To suit the mot-t fiibtidious tasto and
ornaiiionted in'l' IIoiiVh well-known
stylo and in gioat variety.
Of endless variety of homo inanufac-
turo, both plum and fancy.
Itichly ornaiiionted and plain. Albo,
Fixings for decorating Xnias
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Horn's woll-Unown good quality.
Alto, for talu
Fancy & Plain Pastries,
IN THE OltEATEHT VAH1ETY.
Qiiaianleed to ho of tho richutd and
purest (jimlily ; sold iti tho lioui-bt
prioo of only
$2 Per Wliole Gallon
gjtffj'lein-o call anil convinco youi
sult aud oblige,
Y 0111 m icspeotfully,
I'lopiietur; Hotel street, lietweun
Foil it Niiiianii,
74'VU BOTH TELEPHONES C2r74
Cari'iiigu IIoi'kiih For Halo I
I II. VIC for riiIo ul
I Kiinloa Haiieli, b
Young lloinus and
MllllM. I,f lllll llltt
t- lueeilh, ii'ijiiutly lirii.
ken to liiiinem Apply noun liy mull or
At Kiiiiloa, Ivui'luiijiultUi (Jiihti.
jiucuuiuur 0, 'turn.
ft) '11115 lillS !
OF Huh IVnnclMro,
(Proprietor of tho Kcdfern House, Mnr
ket Street, under I'alaco Hotel),
Intends to remain in Honolulu for the
next three or four months for tlio benefit
of his health, dining which time lie has
concluded to open a
j-"jl itsi'jr-ojc iVtejfc
Ladf es'Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladies wishing to havo their Kail and
Winter (.'ostiums made will do well to
call at once to soouie their orders.
Hiding Habits, Guanine Talior-made
(Jonuincs, Tiavellng Ulsteis, Jackets,
all theLatest Deigns in
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
Z3T His universal reputation as a
Fitter and Dressmaker is too well
known to need any further rccomin.uid
ntlon. He wi.l guarantee perfect satls
tiou. Gor. Fort
& Hotel Sts.
Temple of Fashioli.)
TlioroiigliW -:- Liuuuing
Will fctand for a short time at
Greenfield Slubios, Kapiolani Park.
Duki; Sri'Ncmt Is a dark bay, 4 years
old R'amls n4 hands hia-hs kiud and
1? i UIGUISIS:
Ey Bnio of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd (lam Hallerina...by Imp lialrowuie
!3rd dam Jlcmiie Karrow
by Imp. Shamrock
1th dam fdu by imp, Ilalshazzai
Cth dam Madam Bosloy (Gamma's
Gth dam Xanoy Nicliol.. .by imp. Kagle
7tli dam Uet. liusley
oy Wilkes' Wonder
by imp. Sterling
"by imp. Silvereye
by Imp. Jolly Itoger
by Imp. i'artnei
by imp. Monkey
maiofrom the stud of
Harrison, of Brandon
Sth dam ,
Jinli dam ....
liitli dam imp
, t?? liest of care taken with animals.
Iu cise of accident no icsponslblllty
will be assumed.
W. II. RICKAltD,
The undeisignedhavlng.been appointed
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
. From the works of
Burliani, Parry, Williams
Are now piepared lo nlvo estimates and
receive ojdors for these engines, of any
size ami style.
Tho IUi.iiwin I.uuomotivi: '" onus
are now mamifiieliirlug a stylo of Loco
motive paitlculiirly ad ipted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and wo will
havo pleiiKitio iu furnishing plantation
agents : 11 1 managers uitfi particulars
Tim sapoilority of theso Locomotives
overall other makes is not only known
here lull' is acknowledged throughout
tho United States. -
Win. G. IRWIN & Coft L'd,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
402 d-l!M w-ly
Honolulu Steam l'hiilng Mills,
Maiiufuetiiiux all kinds of Moiildlngii,
lll.11 liel, Window I'liiinen, blliui,
Kjilin, iJoui'ii, anil all klmUof wood
uiul. H11UI1 'i'liniliiu.Hi'ioll mid Hand
ri)nlig. All kiuiU of Killing uiul
I'lituliiu, MiiMhliii; and Teiiaiitlin:,
mT Ord.-n piiiiiipilyiillimdiil to ami
iiluu Ihuii (lie
ytlier iiiiunJt fullcltml.
Beaver Lunch Saloon,
II. J. NOLTE'S,
Will bo found n tine stock of
OK KVElir KIND.
New Model Lunch Room,
Open iVll Niiciit: !
Gk.nti.um EN: '
Having fiti.d up tho upper floor of
our promisor, as first-class lunch
room, wo aro prepared to furnish
meals of the best tho market affords;
cooked to suit your taste After tho
next steamer, December 12th, wo
will havo constantly on hand Frozen
Oysters, Game, Etc., Etc., in their
step, mauka of
Hoping that you will give us a
call wo aro respectfully yours.
Watches For All !
ON A WEEKLY I'AYMENT OF
WILL GIVE A
James Boss' M Casus.
These Cases are tho best m tho
imnkot; are gunrunteed to be mado
of Two Plates of 14 Carat Gold, with
l'lato Composition between, and writ
ton guarantee from tho factory. Pull
Towelled Waltham Movement, gua
ranteed to keep lino timo.
Thoso Watches aro profcrablc. to
gold watches, becauso tho cases aro
stiir, and perfectly safe for the move
ment. 0F"Every member gets his watch
within 15 Weeks. Call and seo our
watches. It is a lino opportunity lo
get a cheap uiui lino watch iu a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLOB CO..
A. JTSCHREIBER, Manager.
under the "Arlington
If you are thinking of joining a Club,
do not delay, but join now aud secure
Monday afternoou, December 1st, tho
following drew their Watches:
Cluij 1 Member No. 3G.
Cluu 2 Member No. -10.
Oluii 8 Member No. I.
Cluii 4 Member No. 37.
Cmjii 5 Member No. 47.
Club C Member No. 11.
Wo Havo a Few Moro Plaoes OponJ
COPT-artles living outside of Hono
lulu desiring to join one of tho Clubs
can make their payments by mull.
SUf Tlieso watches are cased In Solid
U Karat Gold, with Hue full Jeweled
Walthum Movements, aud are war
ranted to bo accurate timo pieces.
II. F. WICIIMAN, Prop.
. MJOKETT, Manager. 737 4t
For YoMama & HonelEone
The Paolllo Mull S. S.
Bsl-'or freight or pastngo apply to
H, HACKFELD & CO,,
NOT1UK U hereby gUeu (but 1Jong
Nlnir, of the linn of T Wo Cluii
i'o., No, m Nuimiiu Avenue, Ims old
all lil lutei em In the iiforemild iltmoii
tlm I till iluy of December. All out.
IiiiiiIIhk deliu of Hie uforesuhl Drill will
luiM'.lledbj' T. u, Y, Alnl, Jr., vom
inejulug from iHiTinher lUth,
mm TAl WO CHAM CO,
1 1 1 111 ill ii n
Co.'&Fiucst " Al
port on or '$$&&
NOTICE. t "'UU!
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