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MEN VOU HCAn OF.
Oon Low Wallaec vvrltos h small nntl
neat Imml, which l ns clear mid legible
m copper plutn
Professor U Stone Wlggina. tlio Oana
dinti weather prophet, believes In the
tranmnlKrattmi of Fonts
Or HerrU'W Johnson, o Uhlcngo, is
pointed ont as tlio most expert croquet
plnyor among tlio doctor of divinity
who indulge In Unit Intellectual game.
Dr Pellegrini, the new president of
the Argentine Republic, is of English
grand parentage and a cousin of Iho late
John Bright Hia fathor was nn Italian
Senator (Jroige. of Mississippi, wear
his hair verv long, and when hn gets ex
cited in delate It Ktreiiinnmit finin 1i1h
head tinp.iitiiiK n leonimi nspi'i-t of his
Um'hi Wilde playn on the piano, and
he has been conllding to the public that
when be piny Chopin he feels- ns though
he bad been crying; over hIiw that he had
Uovemot Abbett, of New Jersey, is a
great, leader tie Ii.-ih always liept up
with urn tent literature, and is well in
formed regarding the tendency of tlction
in these Intel days
Robert I' Porter, the superintendent
ol the census. ba the phsique of an
athlete. He is an active, clean shaven
man dull! couiplctioticil, with black
ejtw and black ban
Lawrence llarrett was at one time u
clerk iu a ll'ttoit dry goods store That
was eailv in the fifties, when he wus
merely a young Irish la J with nunsplr.i
Hon lot the.itiical honors
.Minister William Walter Phelps writes
tuim (4-priimuv to Representative Deck
witli who is tioltling down his i-ongHM
Hiotutl wvit that in-do not propose to
resign ami i in Tot conpi-s '
loliii Tinxlev " colon d Umn, who re
meinoers W.mhiit rtimutul knew Hancoc.c
ami Hopkins two ol the signers of the
Declaration ol Independence, lives in
Toionto Untniio. at the age ol 107 years
Senator Kenna. of West Virginia, lias
rented a workshop near his residence,
and may be fonnd there imy day woi kin jr
on a boat which he is building for nav
igiiting the upper waters of tho Potomac.
At Bowdoin college, where Speaker
Reed was educated, and where there
used to be, and may bo yet, u constant
struggle between "town and country."
he once, single banded, disposed of threo
lumbermen who sot npon him
John Tinsley, livingin Toronto, claims
to bo 107 years old Ho is halo and
hearty He says ho smoked once in
1800, but never since, but has been in
the habit of taking a little liquor He
has worn spectacles for eight years
State Senator Coggeshall. of New
York, recently crossed the Rocky mount
ains on the cowcatcher of a train. He
says he was so impressed with the grand
ness ot-the scenery that at times ho
felt like shouting like an untamed red
skin CRIST' COrtDENSATIONS.
An uncrinu sale of coffins took plnco
lecmtly m Bartow Flu.
A mouur.uu ol alabaster it supposed
to have been discovered lfilf miles north
of Denver Colo
A (leruian j. ,-Miciun says all who eat
wateicress consnnie .it the same time n
full asMiitment ot minute insects
Fiedenek Altl. is tiymg to raise
$1(,U00 to build a j lonnmeiit over the
grave ot Francis S 'Key in Mount Olivet
A man at Langliorne. Pa., is lilting
up a pigeon house to accommodate a
tb "and buds It will be. tho laigegt
flin k ot camels in tliiMonntry
An eiioinious How of natural gas was
Htrnck at Summerland. three miles trotn
Santa Barh.ua. Cat The flow is esti
mated ut 3,0110,000 teet per day
Balstcd Htreet, Chicago, is one of tho
longest streets In the world, being about
eighteen miles in "length in a perfectly
straight lino within tho city limita
Louisiana plantere are finding out that
the slaughter of alligators hnnllowed
musk-rate, the greater enemies of tho le
vees, to increase at an alarming rate.
A double wedding on horseback took
place out m Arizona Territory Tho
grooms were cowboys, and the ceremony
was witnessed by 200 persons, all mount
ed. Tho longest American railroad tunnel
is tho Hoosuc tunnel, on the Fitchbnrg
railioad, four and three-quarter miles.
The St (Jothard tunnel, in Europe, is
nine miles ,ong
Tho miiaclo working wells of Galgoez.
in the district of Pressburg, Hungary,
are attracting so many thousands of pil
grims that the authorities have been
force d to call in the military to keep or
der Marseilles, Franco, is tho headquarters
for tho sale of falso hair. Twenty bales
of Chinese human hair recently arrived
there, und will be manufactured into
curls, frizzes and crimps for American
It is cited as a remarkable fact that
not au Island has riseu or sunk from
sight in the Paciflo ocean for thirty-four
years, uud geologists say that nature is
restiug tor u sturting movement in that
A Now Hampshire fanner's man was
scared almoBt into convulsions whilo
listening to a phonograph in Dovor, and
explained when ho came to that ho rec
ognized the voice of a man ha hod stuck
in a "hoss" trado.
The best remedy for bloodiug at tho
nose, according to an eminent medical
uuthority, U a vigorous motion of tho
jaws, a if in tho oot of mastication. It
has novor beeu known to fail not even
lu very severe cases.
THE GENTLER 6EX,
Mrs. Grant'H eyesight Is very
Her maid reads uloml to hor,
Adellim Puttl will fclng fourteen Union
in HiiHla, and gut 1,000 guinea for each
Annio llrowu II vw in Houston conn
ly, Ua, HI10 Ih 47 ywu old, uud weigh
Mr. I'liguitt, of I'liihili'liihln, who) a
girl, knew la Counl ile I 'ail, and U
one of (lie tew Alfiuifcaiu who euu
1I11I111 I1I111 iu an old uijijiiulnluiioe and
. ... . ft jt. . &-a.. ......
MIm Desslo Rom I the vrrnttlilwit
young woman tn Chicago
MIm Nlklla. tin American dlvn. Ii
ulnglng In Uoruinny with illMlngulfclit'd
Of tho younger literary women of Hun
ton MIm Sara Orne Jewell ntid Mra
Maud Howe Hlllott are tho most beauti
ful Mrs. Livriinore, during two hot Au
gust weeks, lra elf d H.ROO miles and ga o
cloven lecture at Chautauqua fit-scin-biles
Mrs. Gladstone recently entertained
Mnj. Snunderson, the fiery Orange leader,
nt lea, M, Charles do Lesseps was nlco
of tho party
The daughters of Lord Petro, Lord
Clifford, Lord Mostyn and other ladles
of high rank are nmong the Sisters of
Mercy in Loudon
Miss Viola Rosoboro, the now maga
zine writer, is a Tennessee gii 1, hor fa
ther being a Cuinboihind Presbyterian
minister ut Pulaski
Miss Philippa Fawcett, the mathema
tician, is quite an expert bookbinder,
fond of fine needlework and gm'il to
Mrs Elizabeth Peaboily, who first
brought to thin country fiom Germany
the kindergarten method of teaching
children, is still living in Doston
Mpie. Christine Nilssou, while enter
ing a railroad carriage in Paris lately,
caught her foot between the step and
the platform and Bprained it badly
Miss Minnie T. Clay has been appoint
ed captain of the aleam vessel Minnie,
on Sebago lake. Me She is an Andover
student, and has passed a successful ex
amination as pilot and n-ivigator
It is the boast of Mia. John Waua
ninkui that thero is a living plant in
eveiy loom of her Philadelphia hewn.
The postmaster general's love of natliio"
is tho Bomceof these bitsof living gi cell.
Miss Louise Liwfoii, of New York,
who is to execute tho memorial commi'i
sion's conli.ict for a statue ol tho late H
S Cox, is tbe sister of Col L M L.i,
i on who w.i m fVdcial officer in the war
Alis Rhoda r.nmgliton, in a charm
ing, hook lined study hi one of the met
pictiue-que old Iioumm in Oxford. wiit's
the books which have pi educed so many
smiles and tears in Ciiglaiid.und Amer
ROUND ABOUT THE THRONES.
Queen-Victoriatra,vcls on a pass, and
yet overy trip shio makes to Balmoial
costs tho English government sJ.'i.OOO to
defray tho railroad oxponses
The Empress Frederick is writing the
lifo of her late husband, and it is an
nounced that tho present emperor 13 giv
ing her nil the help in his power.
The Dnke of Clarenco and Avondale
has just presented to tho Zoological gar
dens the two lions which have been sent
to him from tho Kallywar district in In
dia. In accordance with u curious Austrian
custom oueof ArchdnchessValerio's wed
ding gifts has been a collection of articles
of clothing worn by her in her days of ba
byhood. Lady Edith Ward, who is reported to
be betrothed to Count Herbert Bis
marck, is a tall and very stylish young
woman She is very highly educated
if not especially pretty
Princo George's full name is Georgq
Frederick Ernest Albei t Elo is the sec
ond! 011 of the Prince and Princess of
Wales and n S.'i yeam old, Fie resem
bles hiH father in looks and maimers
Mr. Stainbonlofi, the piemier and
piactic.il nilerof Bulgaria, is about 40
j j ears old tie Is hborl, rathei stout, and
with hi 1 1'omid fac". black mustache and
email giuvoycs iomewhat resembles a
The cx-enpiesus ot Fiance, Eugenie,
j Is still a dignified' and moot graceful
I woman The outline of her aliouldeis
I and poise of her head are still beautiful.
, Hci eyebrows aro il.uk. but her hair is
1 snowy while
I Tlie Dnke or Fife m oueof the slnewd
, est ot business meu. All Ins investments
tm 11 vout well fie took home founders'
shares iu a London trust company not
long ago at 150 each and they ure now
worth $-1,500 each.
Tho ox-Empress Eugenie presented a
touching gift to tho Empress Frederick
It is a gold medallion of great nrtistic
beauty, bearing her coat-of-arms as
Countess of Montijo, richly set with tur
quoises, rubies and emeralds. It con
tains a lock of the giver's hair.
NOVELTIES IN SILVER.
A tiny watch is set in tho center of a
Sholl bands for tho hair aro sot with
Tho now hell buckle is matlo of an
chors caught within ono another.
A silver stamp box has tho Now York
postmark and n stamp in red enamel.
The lotos furnishes the newest de
signs in enameled ornament for silver.
A little round silver repousse cylinder
has been made to hold a spool of cotton.
A. polished silver match box has a
parlor match in enamel pn tho back, and
the legend "A match for you."
An oxidized silver stocking and gar
ter, looking just as if it had been pulled
from tho toot, makes nu ash receiver.
Long, perforated cylinders of silver aro
called perfumerB. They are intended to
bo fitted with cotton which has been
saturated with perfumo and laid in
Three faces painted in enamol are used
as laco pins. The lineaments aro not
those of tho painter's cherubs, but aro
overy day sort of faces, aud might bo
Hairpins and honnot combs aro re
produced In silver with flno perfoiated
carvings, copyiug and rivaling the gold
combs .and plus that wore first in the
market. Jewelers' Weekly.
Tlio Baltlinoro mA Ohio railroad dan
at lioit found means whereby to enter
Buffalo and Rochester, N. Y.
The shipments of vegetables and can
ned goods from California to tho cast
during tho month of Augunt nuiouuted
to yiJ 10,000 pounds.
A vyndlcato of Ohio ami Pouimylvanla
jteoplo propoMt to build 11 railroad lo
develop tho mineral laud In Lelaiio ami
Mawou coiiiille, Tex
To umbo lliu Inland Ah lean wnUn
vviiy accowilldo lu tlie eukNid wuuM
rtujiiiiu '.'l,00) uiltud ut railioad, inajij.
lu to wrltvr In fcrlbimJt Wualug,
Aw Receiving N'ew Imolcm ot
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
- al their
Steam Printing: Ice
Wheie they aie fully plepned In do all
kinds of woik in the lalesl siyles. at
the slimiest notice and ill the
most lieaoiiable K.ile.
Fiaii Jtb Work InC'ilors a op.cialty !
Executed iu the Mott Attmetive
Printed, and Blockcd-when de-died.-
Itcml the folloviii;iiaitial INt of spec
ialties and get thi'IJui.ixriN's pi ices be
foie iilaeintj your oidui'n. lty so doing
you will s.ive both time and uiniiey.
Bills of Lading,
Hei'oiplH of all kinds,
Labels of overy variety,
l'olilioiiH in any laugmige,
Knvolopes it Letter Circulars,
Sporting Kcorcs t Hecords,
Perpetual Washing LUls,
General Hook Work,
Klo., Etc., Etc., Klc,
ftr Xo.lohU allowed lo leave lliu of
lli'u until It iflvulliifHylluiJii
BUllgJI!! pyiMSIIINQ CO,,
71 HiSSA WtttiMl, HuhuImIm, Ht li
NO, 92 FORT ST
Htook of Onods Milliible tor t'ic
ltnlliln,V, i'timpriiltig ninnuuiil
Jowoliy of nil Kludst Ibooebe,
lliuilngv Bracelets, Untitles,
Luce and Scaif Pins, Rings,
Ladles' and drills' Until and
Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Nallvo.lewchy, Clock",
Sllverwtiic,Oold divided Cnues,
Etc., Ctc. Klu.
yyPilce.s wllhln Ihe reach
of all. (live us a call. 7:H Im
Is called lo the huge slock of
Now on html and t an lie mi the
i'imiiil-e eveiithbi; to he had 111
in.iiiV Mirl'ous liiie.
SF liiii taw War
Umbrellas & Oanes
M011 .led 111 Hold A, Silver,
Klc, ' Kto., Kle.. Etc.
USJ" Sluie w.ll be uieu evenings
Ho wioks plL-Vlllll-. lo 1 llli-tllKlS.
H. F. WICHMAN.
ffHHUmr & ilfllUT GUIs!
f have jnsl iccelvi'd a l.uge aoitineiit
of Xew Good-, suit ihlc for weildinu anil
liolid iv giflf, coii-Ktlng of the follow
lu all s Ic- ami qiulitlis;
- In the newest patleiiH;
After onn Tea Cloihs,
S1DEB0AB0 CLOT HS.
lu Silk A, Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth In .sets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
In all sl.i'S wlih XapMiit to ui.ileh
design, etc., elo., etc.
Tlii'so OooiIk aie all linpoited by
1110 direct fi 0111 tlio inatiiif.ictureis ami
are gimiaiitecil to give satisfaction to
720 tf W. C. NI'KOIJJ Ji.
ffffl fi,M & GO.
Win. Q. Iiwln. I'leshleut iV; Slanager
Clntis Spreckela . .-. Vlco-I'i esldeiit
Walter M. Glffard
Secretary & 'Preahtirer
Theo. O. P01 ter Auditoi
AOKNTH OK TIIK
Oceanic Uleaisliii Coit,
OT Him Fi'uiii-Ihi'o, !ul.
E. B. THOMAS,
Kstlinates Given on Hilek, Iron, Stouo
& Wooden llullduigs, Jobbing
KKKiy FOR SALE
Brick, Lime, Cemonl, Plaster of Paris,
Maible Dunt, Who Laili,
California North Beach & Santa
Qiiairy Tiles (1x0 -nil, white aud blue;
Minion, I'hihtle uud Kurautfllo Tiles In
union pulton, all l.lnilt of Dialiiago
trir Ol'l'ldl'. boiiiheiiHl comer Ala
kea and Queen klicMs,
Mutual - "XuuTElCPH0Nr.Sr" Uell 301
,llihi'ii, imihi HuivhHI,
TvlvpUuuv Ku, St,
I YRADE 1
Jawslry, Silver war,
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
iim Hi'rritit hi',
Man t'l-miclnco, i 1 I'nlltnliilti
.Slheivwue, Silver .Ipwoliy,
Slher Mounted Omen,
Hllvui Mounted Unibi-elliiN,
UiiW Mantel t'loek.
(lold Pens A; Pencils,
l'Mn lj'iit lii' OSojhIm.
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
tSy'Calalogiiesetit loany addies fiee
Cttft'-Msll oiilers pioinpll) aiiilcaie
filllj cnci Hied
13J ni.imimds and Picuous hloniw
Uliltllitid In the l:itel vtykw.
Infnlllblo for renewing, Invigorating and
beautifying tho hair, removing tcurf, daudrulT,
mid nil affections of tlio ecalp, nnd curing cruj-
tlons of tlio Bkln, dlscancs of tho glands, ratMclcs
and IntcgmncnU", nnd rcllcWng etlngs, cuts,
brulpes, njiralns, etc. Tho afllulty lictwcen the
membranes uhlclTconetltutc tlio ekln and the
hair which draws Its suttcnanco from this triple
cm clopo Is very cloeo. All dlcapca of tho hair
orlgltmto In tho ukln of the head. If tlio pores
of the scalp aro clogged, or If tho blood and other
fluids do not ctrctilalo freely through tho small
vessels which feed tho roots with molnturoand
Impart lifo to tho fibres, tho result Is ecnrf,
dandruff,fhsddlngoftho hair, grayncss, dryness
and harshness of tho ligaments, and entire bald
ness, ns tho caso may bo. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action with Barry'n Trlconlior
out, and tho torpid vessels, rccocr!ng their
activity, will annihilate tho disease. Id nil
affections of tho ekln nnd of tho substrata of
muscles aud Integuments tho process and the
effect aro tho eamo. It Is npon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and tho glands Hint Hurry 'a
Trlcopkorous has Its specific action, and
In all affections and injuries of IIicbo organs It
is n sovereign remedy.?
Beware of Counterfeit.
rrom tho Greatest Living Prima Donna,
lladuuio Adcllua PntU-Nlcolinl,
Montevideo. Jul v sath. 1RU.
ME8sna. BAnctAT Co., New York.
Dear Hit: l taKo picasuro m nnnonnclnjr to
yon that Uaiiuy's FiuntDA WATEnlsonuoflho
few articles nlaya to bo fonnd on my drosln(
c.ipc. In my conception it 1b ono of tho best or
tnllct waters, nnd for tho bith it l not only de
licious, irat rcfrcshlnp; nnd Invigorating, I
recommend it without rcser e.
&&&&. oc &&&,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
"211 Dlstiihutlug Agents. lm
Win. G. Invin & Company
ori'int i'ok bAi.i:
l'AHArFIM: fA'T OO.'S
uOHPOOBDS and ROOFING,
15 ED'S PArENT
Felt stodiu Pipe Covering, all hizes.
I3UOK & OULANUT'S
High Grade Chamical Cane Uanurr.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
A10 lespeetfully invited lo examine'
that now on fcalo by
E, H. WILLIAMS & CO.,
(Successor to O, E. Williams),
105 Fort St., : : Honolulu.
Selected by Mr. II. II. WillianiH
in portion from the
LA ltd EST STOCKS
In Han Frauciccii, LiuHoh and Gun
tlfiiiou will lliul iu this htock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL,
For gmu'rutlouH in
OlllllbTMAH, NKW VKAH,
IIIKTIIDAY or IIUIDAL
Ifjjf" l.uiKi'lnvi(iwiiluUth' rowhwil,
uiiii mule un iuu way uy muuiiJ
i&i!i, m m
Choice Goods for
iiniic 1 arawiiiv
Mclnnrny Hall, :
TUB VKKV LATKST IN
iV huge invoice of which has been received diieet from the manufacturers.
Gimf & Hy Ice Ctats k Refriprators,
HUIJUKK IIOSK, SI'KINKLKKSaiHl
110SK UE15LS, STOVES & TINWARE.
A NEW INVOICE E-
Paints, Oils, VaraisliBS, Lalnicatim Oils,
iSy" During occupation of temporary qunitors, lines aie licing closed
out til special tales. -
New Goods expected by tlio
COKNKU HOTISL & FORT STItEETS
Ladies ! special attention Ladies !
ilosiio to nniioiincc that wo have
"Zcal.inilia," a very largo am varied stock from Europe and
the States, especially idapted for this market.
Latest IMovelties ! Latest Novelties !
FUKNCH ZEPHYItS in latest 1 .itterns,
SWISSES, EMBROIDERIES & LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES & RIBBONS,
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guaranteed fast color,
fi-ji 1 cl ii't9 TJxLcleiviM,r. JBLxA Glovefe'.
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & BEST KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 sell for ?2 a
T" Get your Kid Gloves at llie "Temple of Fashion." J$
GEN l'S', LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODSf .1 full assortment.
BOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially imported
- for the Holidays.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A large assortment of Xinaa Goods, consisting of TOYS, DOLLS,
- DRESSED, UNDRKSSED & KID, WAGONS, CA11TS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc., Eic.
LADIES'. FINE TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
s. eITRTjch & Co.,
or Thanksgiving, Christmas
ANO JNBW YEA.M
J 5 0 FAT KN-FKD 1 5 0'
S3T EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
I'liANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Ciirpeiitcrti', IllaekHiuitliri', Machinista' & Plumbers' Toola,
MOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Uteiihiln, 1'ainU, Cilb, VaniieheB, Lamp GoihIb and
Blab's Stwni- Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing MachlMt,
Dr, Jape A Sets Fasllj HtdlclMi.
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PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
rcuiporary Olllcc in Mclucrny Block, Fort strcet.
iccoived ner laBt S. S. "Australia" and
IVo. OS JTort Btreot'
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