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MEN YOU HCAn OF.
.lames ItohltiMin. of Pliimilx, Art., In a
itillllonnlni. but lio can neither wad nor
wrlto ilo I. nowiitU'iiilliiu iilylilAclionl
B P Hurgi'iit, the nitich tnlkuil of
head of the Urothvilimxl or I'lremen
was born nt Bust Onitiijo. Orango
county, Vt In I8M
Mow" .Incolw, n Dos Molars (In.)
newsboy, has n fottuno of (10,000 in
vented In real estate Ho Is ono of tho
beat known iiersoim In Iowa,
Mr. Oporto D M Peixotto hna re
ceived n commission from tliu emperor
of Germany to como to tlmt country and
paint the portrait of Prince Bismarck
William Jnyno, tlio first governor of
Dakota Territory, resides nt Springfield.
111., and fa ftl yours of ngo Ilo received
his commisslou from President Lincoln
J M Muring, of Sutter county. Oil.
has been granted n patent on an ngrl
cultural machine which combines dig
King, suhsoillng pulverizing, planting
Robert Honner. who loves to talk about
bin wonderful trotters almost as much as
ho docs to drive thuin, sajR Hint ho nover
expects to boo the time of Maud S. a
mile in 2.08J lowered.
E W Fay. the new professor of Greek,
Latin and Sanscrit in tlio University of
Michigan, Is only 20 years old, nnd was
recently graduated with high honors
from Johns-Ilopkins university
Dr. S.imuel G Dixon tins resigned
from the faculty of the University of
Pennsylvania, and will devote his time
to the study of the bacilli or tuberculosis
and the prevention of Unit disease.
The Rev. Walter Q. Scott, D. D., of
Chicago, who hns been called to the pas
torate of tbo Firet Presbytorian church
of Albany, Is about 44 years old and
marched with Sherman to tho sea
Frank D. Millet, the artist, who has
returned to Europe, wsvs an nrt critic
His tasto for gunpowder, contracted in
the civil war, led him to join the staff of
a London paper during the Russo-Turk-isli
Alexander Sullivan, of Chicago, has
deeded his house to A. S Trude, the
lawyer, as security for services in tbo
Cronin case, and is now a tenant, paying
his rent by clerical work in Mr. Trude's
Whistler, tho English artist, will give
an exhibition of his pictures in New
5fork. Among tho works to bo exhib
ited is his portrait of Carlisle, and it is
probablo that it will remain in tho
United States as tho property of some
George and John Waldron, of Wolf
boro, N. H., are twins, 02 years of age.
Their great-grandfather was of the Bos
ton tea party; their grandfather served
in tho .Revolutionary war; their father
in tho war of 1812; themselves in the
war of 1801
Capt. Joshua Slocum, tho adventurous
skipper of the canoe Liberdade, in which
ho bailed with his family from Parana
gua to New York, a distance of more
than 7,000 miles, is a bale and hearty
man of middle age, with an eye as
. bright and a step as elastic as if he were
v a young man of only 25 The captain,
whose interesting little book, "The
Voyago of the Liberdade" has just ex
hausted itHQrat edition, is contemplating
a trip around the world irusearch of ad
venture and material for another book
Ho says he hopes to meet with some
tmiqno experiences, and proposes to look
into what he calls the cheerful side of
savage life as found on the isles of the
QUEER AND CURIOUS.
hi Ullytmw. wn III mm unrvmm
U'iioliir Mint ihiiglil III Oml lirrni tinikr
I ho, mjIiooI illri-Ptorohlp of TImuiiIbtis
Mrs BllrnWlh PenuodV, lliu tinted
philanthropist of lloslou, Is now tiwtrlj
00 years of ngn. Blio Is very feeble
physically, but hor mind Is stilt blight
Mrs Halllngtou Hootli denies riu
plmtlcnlly that Ihero Is any movement
on foot lo effect n union between tlio
Salvation nuny nnd the Woman's
Christian Temperance union.
Miss Flora 'n, of Boston, daughter
of a florist In that city, has recently olt
tnlund tho first prlro and medal nt the
Vienna conservatory, and lias entered
upon her career as an opera singer.
Dorothy Tehnant Stnnloy received one
striking wedding present. Stanley re
ceived 20,000 spot cash for his book
and rumor has it thnt ho put the money
in an Ivory purse, and presented it to his
wife in Hen of jewels.
MIbs Graco dimming, whoso recent
contributions to various magazines havo
tnndo her name familiar to tho reading
public, is n daughter of Dr. dimming,
of Boston, and n granddaughter of Will
lam Cilery dimming
Mrs. Harrison's health is said to have
been greatly benefited by her summer's
rest at Cape May Point. She pabsed the
grealei pait of Hut time in seclusion, and
shaied in the festivities of the place only
when it was absolutely necebsary.
Miss Catharine W Bruce, of New
York, has offered s?G,00(l to aid astiononi-
ical rehoaioh Tho sum will be divided,
and piocedence will bo given to institu
tions and individuals whoso work is al
ready known through their publications.
.1. N S WILLIAMS,
I I hINTKNUKM
Engineers & Iron Pounders,
Office & Works. : Esplanade, Honolulu.
Siigiu Mmliiiir'iy, lirigiitiiiR Maehinoiy, Hleiim Engines,
Stimtu Hi .Horn, .lulee Tanks, Coolois, Mobiles Tnnlts, Huynr dim,
Oniio Cars, Elevator, t'onM-yois, Knriiiico Killing,
Wmnght .v ('as! I mn Work Tor llotin- IluililiMH,
Wnli't Whc U& (Seining, Bar linn, Elu., Kit'., Kir.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
oo TO YS & DOLLS
NOT FOE SALE BUT GIVEN AWAY I
1 04 FORT STREET.
Tall cylindrical lamps are made en
tirely of cut glasa
Moorish ewers nnd salvers in onameled
glass aro both useful and ornamental
Clocks are set in cut glass plaques aud
in octagonal blocks of onyx lo hang on
.Bronzed fir twigs with cones, in a china
vase with bionzcd handles, is an effective
and quiet bit of decoration.
A new China wall pocket simulates a
straw hat with three sides turned up and
tied with yellow ribbons The ribbons
Polished rams' horns with brass rams'
heads for the babe, and the tips holding
brass receptacles for candles, are hand
Vases made to represent a rolled sheet
of music are ajiow caprice. Tho Vase
shape is given by flaring tho upper end.
Tho decoration is confined to tho musi
cal rotation, which iB in black.
Floral candle rings for table decora
tion are of plain and colored glass saucers
which encirclo tho socket of tho candle.
They can be filled with water or with
sand and moss, and in theso uatui.il
flowers can bo arranged. Tho shaded
light falling on the flowers produces a
very pretty effect.
Hall vases in colored faience blue and
red have the form of trumpets, cut off
so as to give sufficient base. Th"ey aro
fully three feet high and have a wreathed
decoration in relief. Thoy aro intended
to hold a few stalks of spiky flowers,
such as fleur-de-lis, gladioli, sunflowers
or hollyhocks. Jewelers' drcular.
CRISP CONDENSATIONS. f
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Great Attx actions
fO.MK AND SKK Ol It IMMKNSK AU1KTV 01-
Mnli' Asi'iits Hawaiian IhIiiiiiIm tor the
PELIGI WATER WHEEL I
Q& ltopaiis of all kind"
nt short notice.
nf MacliiiiL'iy dune nl
reasonable rates and
Great Attractions I
KaNCY NOVBLTIES SUITABLKFOR
Year's Presents !
HAVE JUST Ol'KNKl) A FINK AND 'VARIED AKSOIITAIENT OF
FANCY -:- PLUSH-:-WARE !
Of every description, which we offer at cxliaorriiiiary low prices.
Hand Painted Porcelain Placques,
In n variety of shapes and sizes, and illustrated with u variety of
Lanilbcapus, etc., etc.
subjects, among tdom Animals, Flowers,
't IS cm l'orl j
SPECIiL BARGAINS THIS WEEK IN HOLIDAY GOODS I
Gentlemen's KuvnlsliiiiRS, Ljulics' & Oliildrcn's Hosiery,
Gloves, Handkci chiefs, Laces, Scarfs, Linen, Tray Cloths,
Splasheis, Sideboaid Coeis, Tea Cloths, Hand Satchels, Pmses,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk Unilncllas, Parasols, Manicuie and
Dressing Cases, Alliums
AND A FINK I.1N1J "Th"
Ladie&' & Chtldven'b Jackets, Rugs & Rain Coats, Etc., Etc.
p. S. Will-be open evenings until after Christmas.
s Silk Umbrellas k Fancy Neciwear.
IN GUKAV" VARIETY, AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Pliish Embroidered Table Scarfs & Table Covers,
IN THE NEWEST DESIGNS. ,
- FANS ! FANS ! FANS !
Lissc Fans, Lace Fans, Painted Fans, Evening Fans aud Fans of every description.
Kid Gloves, Hand Satchels, Shawls & Scarf Shawls:
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
, Linen Embroidered &-Silk Embroidered Handkerchiefs !
In this depaitment we are showing an immense vnriet', aud the late9t designs, and at prices that will astonish
Infant's Silk & Cussimere Cloaks & Baby Blankets,
IN GREAT VARIETY, A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
TORCHON LACE. SCARF tIDIES and BED SETS.
INSPECTION SOLICITED. tDa ' (733 tf) 03T INSPECTION SOLICirED.
ISSUED BY THE
D 1? 'PUT
D. I JQilJLJ
The wifo of a painter at Macon, Ga.,
has given birth to a child weighing forty
The "Bombay oyster," which is simply
a raw egg dropped into vinegar, ia a
At n recent crab eating content at Sa
vin Rock,Conn.,ten young men devoured
300 crabs in less than two hours.
A hollow stump from which comes a
noise similar to that of a boiling kettle
is one of tho curiosities of Bradford coun
A Frenchman has invented portable
tablets, by nibbling at which one may
'sustain life Indefinitely without the use
of any other food.
Rochester, Ind., has a boy orator 5
vears old. He is named Irwin Jay
Steiuger, has a remarkable memory and
spouts speeches and sermons to tho
amazement of the people who visit his
Scientists asserted when the first At
lantic cable was laid that an insect
would appear that would attempt" to de
stroy it. In a short time an insect not
Classified by entomologists began its
work on the insulation of the cable.
Edward Bellamy's notion of a publio
mnbrella has been put into operation In
a now street in the suburbs of London,
where tho sidewalk is sheltered by a
glass roof ten feet wide, supported by
slender, graceful pillars rising from tho
Mr. Jay Gould manages to supply his
wants with Ids income of $7,450 per day
Mr. William Astor reyeb In the
princely incomo of $33,005 for each day
in tho year.
Mr. John D. Rockof oiler manages to
eko nut an oxistenco on his income of
. :: il"8.71B a day,
l& ' Mr.
Cornelius Vanderbllt keeps -tho
wolf from his door with tho fio.uw
Which ho receives each-day of his life.
Archduchess Valorio received a dowry
of 15,000,000 florins, about $1,500,000,
from her parents on her marriage, and
she is entitled to an income from the
atatoof about 80,000 florins a year as a
daughter of tho emperor.
A genuine portrait of Columbus,
painted by Lotto in 1501, has been dis
covered. It is estimated in England that one
man In 500 gets a college education, and
in Amonca one in every 800.
A sycamoro tree near Newton, Conn.,
is said to bo eighty-five feet high and
twenty-ono feet in diameter.
It is known that tho Chinese, as early
as 009 A. D., fastened rockets to their
arrows, that tho latter might bo thrown
a greater distance
The marriago of tho daughter of Mar
shal Oanrobert recalls the fact that
Franco has but two marshals surviving,
Canrobert and MacMahon.
Baltimore is soon to have a Jewish
synagogue, which, it is said, will be tho
only specimen of pure Byzantine archi
tecture in the United States
Sevres ware has so fallen in public es
timation that the annual sale scarcely
exceeds 20.000. The work receives a
yeaily subsidy of $100,000, but the
oualitv of the wares produced has de
The Austro-Hungarian convict who is
condemned to die stands on tho ground
with a rope around his neck, aud at a
given signal he is pulled off his legs, to
remain struggling in tho air until he is
A new kind of lanco has been intro
duced into tho German cavalry regi
ments Its peculiai ity lies in tho fact
that it is constructed wholly of steel,
tlio necebsary lightness beiug secured by
making the shaft hollow.
As the result of "weighing 203 uewly
born children, todotonnine the weight of
brain, the male infant's brain weighed
11.0 ounces and the fomide's 11.0 ounces,
the weight of the brain being to the body
as one to eight, or thereabouts.
The zouave, bolero or Figaro jacket,
as it is designated variously, is much
worn, but is only becoming to a few
figures. It is usually sleeveless and often
trimmed with dangling balls or fringes
in true Spanish fashion
War anil I'euce.
First Central Amorican This is the
bloodiest war we havo had since the
election of coroner.
Second Central American What news
from the armv this morning?
First Contral American After a des
perate struggle it has capitulated to the
patrol wagon. Judgo.
" A Capo Coil Id) I,
Within the parlor at tua pair,
Jiut after tea;
Ho occupied the rocking chair,
The tote she.
. JEOTi TTJ.l?.tLOIJIDAr-S-
Toys, Dolls, Musical Boxes, Dressing Sets.
FULL LINE OF
jgstopen evenings -tea
C. P, & D. P. CORSETS, Etc, Etc.
Bar OPEN EVEN1NGS-XSH
HUNK J. KRUOER,
C?CClIt. - JA-rv'
-n .o iin
KSCCIAIEII A. McCWKWV, President.
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RST For full particulars apply to
S. J3. ROSE,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
. ' GENERAL IMPORTERS.
Diamonds, Watches & Jewelry
-A FINE SELECTION OF-
Pins, Bracefets, Etc, Etc.
La & Gem's W i Site I aides,
OF FIRST-CLASS QUALITY.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL. CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES? ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES, r
KnroHfiiu Oil" ALOHA."
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUHBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC;
CliiiiV Cutters & Ctiiio Knives.
DKY GOODS 1
t&T All kinds of Jewelry, suitable for the holidays, at reasonable
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:-Olilcudorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Olilcndorf's Special Cane Manure,.
LONDON PU RPLE: Effectual destioyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Etc.
SCRUB -EXTERMINATOR: Destioyt, all Noxious Weeds & Senilis. ,
BAGSi-Siij-nr, Rice, I'ndily. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest Improvements In mateilal ami texture.
GiilvuiiixoA Wntor Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
Shortly expected a
lino lino of
to Tills trado.
JSTGoods warranted as represented and
maiked in plain figures.-!!
THE GENTLER 8EX,
Zola'a wifo doesn't read his stories.
Dr. Belle Smith, thoresldentpliysloion
ot the Womon'a mlson in Sherborn,
ilasa., is said to bo only 83 years of ago.
Mlsa Rachel Sherman lias tlio reputo
tton of beiug the best toast misireos
wuong the politico-society circles at
Uuribttldi's widow Is about to contract
ill IA.. ftl. 1..J..1 fPnaw.
, a marnngu wuit a ur, unuuvi -
Lfurna, who U engaged nt tuo naval
ltuademy In Leghorn.
Tliu UgUl upon Uie mantel burned
With choerf ul glow;
The lover wiu net ono who turned
The lamp tlov u low.
Ilo out and muusd; with (urtlvo flauu)
Tho maiden ood
Tho ulleut, baUiful youth aitkauco
And oftly sighed.
At length alio poke, -while to her brow
Tho color newt
I'd feel relieved If 1 wero uow
Am big aa you.
You would not look to iweit, void lie,
Uut tell mo why
You'd fool rulleved If you could bo
An big w I.
lituuo I'm wrak, aha made reply I
tihould you UaUt
Ou kUwlug mo, I'm auro tlutt I
Uiuld aa ruaW. ,
MESSRS. HOLLISTER & CO.
IIAVB JUST UECKIVKI) Kx "AUSTRALIA" ANOTIIKIl SUl'I'IA' OF
M. 2L. Seed Dry Plates I
ACKNOWLEDGED HY l'HOFESSIONALS AN'I) AMATEUHS
Best Photographic Plate xtant
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lluiuilulti, II. I.
Carriages at l Minute's Notice.
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Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carls,
WAY or XKiHT.
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I'lotnlutors. Illlo, Hawaii.
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Mai'hlues aud lemdiliiBof all Kinds a
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icpaiied, Ilouoeholil Honing ilacldues
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Pastry Cook aud Baker,
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