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(HI TWILIGHT IN COnDuttLAND
Th" b1:7 Li nsbr? v-Ii'l I ii c t ii:t II.- it,
Uo lias poinal lild roI 1 orcr lo.vcr njl tree.
And scaltoreil lit-i dllman'li upon tliu bci,
Dropptd hU cw'totof iwarli on tlio robo of Night,
And hla tcnra on the flaworot'H il,ik and lilto.
Yet I lonvo thain, mother, and lly to tlico
Over field and woodland and dirk ravine
My spirit li borne on Itt i!nlou3 fleet,
Till I clasp your liaml mid our tjlaleyca moot:
Then wo wander away In a glorious dream
And float, and float In a mjstlc.it shcon,
To a realm unknown to mortal feet.
Wo bask In tilt wonderful region of light,
Wo nro (III3I nnJ thrilled with love's atroetcst
Wlilb we drink of a bile's to sense unknown
Ob, what do they know of pura delimit,
Whoso souto never rtretehed out their wings In
Who njver have found and embraced tlit.lt
Ellri Lamb Martvn
THE BLAGK GROSS.
A block cross had been set against
Judge Uawkins' nnme. Why it is not
for mo to bay. Wo were- not accustomed
to explain our motives or to givo ru.i
eons for our deeds. The deeds were
enough, and this blacic cross meant
death, and when it had been shown us
all that wo needed to know further wna
nt what hour wo should meet for the
A word from tho captain settled that,
and when the next Friday camo a dozen
men met at th placo of rendezvous
ready for the rido which should bring
them to the judge's solitary mansion
across Iho mountains.
I was among them and in as satis
factory a mood as I had ever been in mj
life, for tho night was favorablo and the
meif heaity and in first rate condition.
But after wo had started and were
threading a certain wood I began tc
havo doubts. Feelings I had never be
fore expcrieiiced,uc'sailed mo with a force
that first perplexed and then astounded
me. I was afiaid, and what rathci
heightened tlun diminished tho un
wonted sentjtioa was the f.'.et that I wak
not afraid of anything tangible, cilhci
in iho present or future, but of some
thing unoxplainablo and peculiar, which
if it l.iy in the skies certainly made
them look dark indeed, and if it hid in
tho forest, caused its faintest murmur tc
seem like the utterance of a groat dread,
as awful as it was inexplicable
I nevertheless proceeded, and should
have done so if the great sti'oaka of light
ning which now an 1 then shot zigzag
through tho sky had taken the shapa o!
words and bade us all beware. I w.i
not one to bo daunted, and knew ni
other course than that of advance when
once a stroko of justice had been planned
and thcv direction for its fulfillment
marked out. I went on, but I began tc
think, and that to me was an wtperience
for I had uever been taught to reflect
only to fight and obey.
Tho house toward which we were rid
ing was built on a hillside, and the first
thing we saw on emerging from the for
est was'a light bunting in one of its dis
tant windows. This was a surprise, for
tho hour wan late, and in that part of the
country peop'e were accustomed to re
tiro early, oven such busy "then as the
judge. He must have a visitor, and a
visitor meant u vu 'Die complication of
affairs; so a halt was called, and I was
singled out to leconnoiier the promises
and bring back word of what we had u
right to orpect.
I started off in a strange state of
mind. Tho fear I had spoken of hud left
me, but a vague shadow remained,
through which, as through a mist, I saw
tho light in that far away window beck
oning mo on to what 1 felt was in some
"way to make an end of. my present life.
As 1 drew nearer to it the feeling in
ci eased: then it, too, left me, and
found myself once more the daring
avenger. This was when 1 came to the
foot of the hill and discovered Iliad but
a fow stepb more to take.
- The honse, which had -now become
plainly visible, was a solid ono of stone,
built, as I have rdd, on the hillside. It
facedtho rosTt, as was shown by the
large portico dimly to be discerned in
that direction, but its rooms were main
ly on tho side, and it was from ono of
theso that the light shono. As I came,
yet nearer I perceived that those rooms
wore guarded by a piazza, which, com
municating with tho portico in front,
afforded an open road to tfiat window
and a clear bight of what lay behind it.
I was instantly off my horse and upon
tho piazza, and before I had timeto real
ize that my fears bad returned to mo
with double force I had crept stealthily
towaid that uncurtained window and
What did 1 see? At first; nothing but
a calm, rtudious figure bending above a
batch of closely written papers, upon
which the light shono too brightly for
me to perceive much of what lay behind
thorn. Out gradually an influence, of
whoso workings I was scarce conscious,
drew my oyeu away, and I began to dis
cover on every side Etraugo and beauti
ful objects which greatly interested me,
until suddenly my eyes fell upon a vision
of loveliness so enchanting that I forgot
to look elsowhoro and becaiuo for tho
moment nothing but sight and feeling,
It was u picttiro, or bo I thought in the
that instant of a wo and delight. Out
presently I eaw that it wus it woman,
living and full of tho thoughts that hud
never been mine, and nt tho discovery u
Midden trembling teizod me, for I liwl
never tocit uiiything In liuavun or Mirth
like tier beauty, while shu mw nothing
put tho iiiiui who was bonding over hU
'i'hvru was a dour or 60111611111)"; ilnrk
behind )!. inn wiiiliibt it her lull, etron?
(Ijiiuu, t'M n cjuw whltv iwwii, ttwej
put with u dUtlnulucui that wnt not nltcc
Utitlwr mrtJily. Hut If vvu lnr fuuu that
jitl'l i uiid uiiidv of mw Irviii uiumu
(o iufiiuiir ii mw limn,
I'wln It I illtwiiiml wlmt 1 lm uuvti
NlSitnJ ill (III now, ilvwtfoii llm( liui)
iiy limit nail Um whit.; nuM ikhIIiu
i uluni, tjlio 4WKi ii U lallt-ili
m Hu) tlmiliuM if Unit miu lilm onv
wlfti u)ij llta iu mm Uut Aw nut
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mm tmi wm) w mvmh Uiv
jimmij m mmuf w
forwnid v. nil ui Inii.euuJiy I hat Lc
Irnyed luyrrcociif Olioclnncedqnitk'
lytownrd the .i;idow, and teeing me
turned pale, oven whilo she rose in
height till 1 felt inysolf shrink nnd grow
small before her.
ThruBting out her hand nhe caught
from tho table before her what looked
liko n small dagger, and holding it up,
advanced upon mo with blazing eyes
and parted lips, not secingthat tho judge
had risen to his feet, not seeing anything
but my faco glued ugainst tho pane, nnd
staring with an expression that must
havo struck to tho heart us surely as Iht
look picrred mine. When she was al
most upon tnoT turned and fled. Hell
could not have frightened mo, but heaven
did! nnd for mo that womnn was heaven
whether she smiled or frowned, gazed
upon another with love or raised a dag
ger to Btrike me to tho ground.
How soon 1 met my mates 1 cannot
say. In a few minutes, doubtless, for
they had stolen after mo and liad de
tected mo running away from the win
dow. I wa9 forced to tell my talo, and
I told it unhesitatingly, for 1 knew 1
could not save him if I wonted to arid
I knew I shonld save her or dio in the
"Hoisalono there with a girl," 1 an
nounced, "Whether sho is his wifo or
not I cannot say, but thero is no cross
against her name, and I ask that she be
spared not only from sharing his fate,
but from tho sight of his death, for Bhe
This from met No wonder tho cap
tain stared, then laughed. But I did
not laugh in return, and being tho strong
est man in tho band and tho surest with
my rifle, he did uot trifio long, but lis
tened to my piano and in part consented
to them, eo that I retreated to my post'
at the gateway with something liko con
fidence, wkilo'he, approaching tho door,
hfted the knocker and let it full with a
resounding clang that must have rung
liko n knell of death to tho hearts within.
For the judge knew our errand; I saw
it in his fate when he rose to his feet,
and he had no hope, for we had never
failed in our attempts, and the house,
though strongly built, was easily assail
While tho captain knocked three men
had scaled the portico and were ready to
enter tho open windows if tho judge re
fused to parley or offered any resistance
to what was "known as the captain's will.
"Death to the judge!" was tho cry, and
it was echoed not only at the door but
around the house, where the rest of the
men had di.iwn a cordou ready to way
lay any ono who sought to escape. Death
to tho judgol And tho judge was loved
by that woman and would be mourned
by her till But a voice is speaking, a
voico from out that great house, and it
asks what is wanted and what the mean
ing is of these threats of death.
And the captain answers short and
"The Ku-Klnx commands, but never
explains. What it commands now is for
Judge Hawkins -to come -forth. If he
shrinks or delays his house will be en
tered and burned, but if he will come
out nnd meet like a man what awaits
him his house shall go free and his
family remain unmolested."
'And what is it that awaits him?" pur
sued the voice.
"Four bullets from four unorring
rules, returned tuo captain.
"It is well; ho will come forth," cried
the voice, and then in a huskier tone:
"Let mo l;is8 the woman I lovo. I will
not keep you long.'"
And the captain an6wgred nothing,
only counted out clearly and steadily,
"Ono two three, upvto a hundred;
then he paused, turned and lifted his
hand; when instantly our four rifles
rose, and at the same moment the door,
with a faint grating sound 1 shall nevor
forget, slowly opened and tho firm, un
shrinking figure of the judge nppeared.
. We did not delay. One simultaneous'
burst of fire, one loud quick crack, and
his figure fell before our eyes. A sound,
a cry fiom within, then all was still, and
tho captain, mounting his horso, gave
one quick whistle and galloped away.
We followed lihn, bnt I was tho lost to
mount, and did not follow long, for at
tho flash of thoso guns I had seen a smile
across our victim's Up, and my heart
was on fire, and I could not rest till 1
had found my way back to that open
doorway and the figure lying within it.
Thero -it was, and behind it a house
empty as my heart has boen since that
day. A man's dress covering a woman's
form and over the motionless, perfect
features that same smile which I had
seen in the room beyond aid again in
the quick glare of tho rifles.
I had harbored, no evil thought con
cerning her, bu.rt'lien I beheld that
smile now sealed and fixed upon her lipn
I found tho soul 1 had nevor known that
I possessed until thutday, Anna. Cathe
rine Green in Philadelphia Times.
Cloiuutluii at Milan,
The Italian clorgy, unlike the clergy
of France nnd for tho most part of Eng
landhave naver made nny objection to
cremation, nud at Milan, where nearly
8,000 bodies havo been cromatod during
tho lust thii toen years, and where ut the
piuseiit rate of increase cremations will
toon feuch un avurngo of ono u day, ths
tamo funeral wrvice Is pwfnrmcd.
whether tliu corput bo destined for slow
corruption under tho earth, or for rapid
Inclnemtlou above ground, Two eytums
of cremation aru followed at Milaa.
MuiUd Hum Nurn TU,
Tliu pllitr day a wftiuHii not over M,
but inliiiu her teeth, jlltd w promj
limit ih'Dtlut, uud pkked jilut if he uli
nut im itr u ut of teetli to wcur to H
iui y lliut evening. HJiu told the ih'BtUt
tlmt hu hijmkju'4 lmt filu twstli wv
ii't III clutk uut Hint jwojilu (ittt4
Ihuuwlyw -W ntwbujy Anwlefln,
Pltfdllim wild lie uuly niuutm
If ut (wild N lulu," fur li&lf tii how
ifHr u mui) A Kiiilhiwullf wllh the
t WliJjroif tt mi l trwIlH'l mm
tieifc ,', MUf MJ,lu m
MEN YOU HEAR OF.
For many years plon Boucicault spelt
bis name Uourcicault.
William N. Whiteloy, the famous in
ventor millionaire, Is a mental wreck.
Senator Wado Hampton, notwith
standing his cork leg, is an expert horse
man. A Now Yorker Bays C. P, Huntington
is tho only great millionaire In town
who nover laughs or plays or lias fnn,
Canon Farrar approves the Salvation
Army Idea of a wook of pruyer nnd Bolt
denial in behalf of missions.
Ex-Governor Hubbard, of Texas, is
ono of tha weightiest politicians of the
Democracy. He weighs 880 pounds.
Etntle Zolu is u fatalist. "1 feel,''
says he, "that with nations as with in
dividuals, what is destined to happen
John Qrecnlenf Whittier Is still eroot
and active at 83. His hair and beard are
white na slacked limo, but his deep sot.
dark eye Is scarcely dimmed.
George W. Jones, of Dubuque, la., is
perhaps tho oldost congressman living.
Ho was elected a delegate to congress
from the then territory of Michigan in
Marshal MacMahon, ex-president of
Franco, is in the eighty-third year of his
age. but that doesn't prevent him from.
regularly hunting In tha forests nsar bis
The Duko of Bedford, who owns a
large part of London and is a millionaire
many times over, looks like an under
grown, sickly boy, although of fairly
Jesse F. Carpenter, of Cazenovia, has
purchased a fine residence site in Wash
ington, D. C, paying $05,000. which, is
said to bo tho largest sum ever paid for
a single lot in that city.
Pope Leo is said to be interesting him
self in hypnotism. Also he will call
upon the churchmen to oppose it on the
ground that a loss of will power must be
accompanied by a lapso of moral control
and belf aspect.
Rev. Dr. Charles Hartwell, of Foo
Chow, China, who has been in the for
eign mission field for nearly forty years,
styles the Japanese the -Fronchinau af
the east, and the Chinaman the AajQ&
Saxon of the east.
Marquis Tseng, the lato illustrious
Chinese statesman, has received the
highest posthumous honors whieh the
Celestial kingdom can bestow, In a de
cree of the emperor that he "forgives
him all his sins and crimes committed
during his life."
THE GENTLER SEX.
Christine Nilsson is supposed to have
been Cabanel's modol for the famous
Mrs. Harrison personally selected all
the colon and hangings used in refitting
up tho president' rooms at tha White
Miss Emily Hays, the belle ol the cot
ton field; aged It), lives in a cabin fifty
miles from Harrison, Ark., and earns $1
a day picking cotton.
Mrs. Isabella Bird Bishop has obtained
from the rulor of Kashmir a piece of
land on which to build a hospital and
dispensary for women.
Lady Dorothy's very bald hea)d -and
her ninety years do not prevent her from
still being one of tho gay figures in Brit
ish society. She is called "jolly old
Mrs. S. V. White, wifo of the oxcon
gressman and the famous Wall street
operator, a graduate from the academy
at Godfrey, Ills., has founded a scholar
ship at that institution.
Mrs. Hnrrie,t Maxwell Converse, of
New York, who is the adopted grand
daughter of Red Jacket, is raising a fund
for the erection of a monument to the
great Senoca chief ut Buffalo. '
Eate Field has been examining some
statistics, nnd finds that American
women spend $03,000,000 a yar for cos
metics, most of which are made of sine,
oxide, calomel and other poisons.
Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth, the pop
ular novelist of a generatitn ago, lives
in Georgetown, D, C, and though 70
years jot nge still writes. Most of her
hterarjr work is dons in the open air.
Mrs. T. J. Butler, of Prescott. who
has been latoly appointed commissioner
to the World's fair from northern Ari
zona, was formerly Carrio E. Blake, of
Boston, and a correspondent of The
Mrs. Lucy Ridley, a colored woman,
Is tho oldest poreon living in New York.
She has passed the one hundred and
seventeenth year of her life, and al
though almost blind and scarcely able
to speak she bids fair to live for several
DOINGS OF .ROYALTY.
The Princess Marie JStudolmins Bona-part-Wyso,
who is to marry Emilio
Castfllar, tho distinguished Spanish
statesman, Is well known In tho liter
ary and social world as Mme, Rattuzzi,
The quSen of Rouraunia accepted an J
wivmiuoii io winusor castie recently,
but when tho time came refusod to go,
Tho supposition Is that sho was angry
hocutiHo tho royal carriages hod not boon
sent to fetch hor
Queen Victoria has sent a splendid
cradle, richly onmmtnited, to her grant
grandson, the infant of the duku and
auctiMH uf Bjinrtn. and the wholw outfit
for tht child was bought in EugUnd by
the RmprMi Frrdorlck.
'('lit (UriuUK ii ml Anltchkoff tislai
Ut Wt. PeUlvburjf uru urAiuuiw) wltl
iik'tum, mui no inula win Miuuk Im
1 them, so tho i7ir U KolliK (0 wtublUll
imtluiml tfullury t Ht, I'vternliurKi wliloh
ii to Iw dyot(i to IIumIsii lIuuim i-
Kluv Huwhl'i linlr m)'mw or
vrhlU, pmvli to li tuirv4 of Quw
Martfiittiit! wlw Ii uioit iiim ihst
lir Iiiiilmuij ihould folluw ih tmU
of ltt!lier inn) Dim Nihloii pouiiuos
aujqnif liljy PJuJwojImhoWwj. uyj
4M 1)6 figlri llr ibWw mt Wwf
Mwf, cr M lVill.
j OUN T WATBBUOIMK,
t Importer and Dealer in Genera
crctiandiBO, Queen tt., Honolulu 1
WILDHR A CO,
Dealeri in Lumber, Paints,
ills, Nails, Sal', and Buildlua Matorlalp
M every kind, cor. Vort ami Queen st?.,
i. N., Castle -J U. .UM"oii i. 1 ('ami.
. AflTLE it OOOKU,
J Shipping utiti Vniniiiistu'
(rcknnts. Importers and th-uli: I'
onerjl Merr-uaud'su, No -to Kinc t
Levors, F. J. Lowruy O. M. Ounku
LSWK1W it UOUlilt,
(successors to Luweru & Dn-Lnou.,
mporter and Dualois iu Luiub.'r and -l
cindB ot Building Materials, Fort etreui
HUNULULU 1UON WOKKb
Sattiuiii .tigini.h, sugar iuiIIh, boh
rs, onicrh, iruu, bnws and leau cast
lgs; nmciiuiurv uf evorj dedcriptioi
i.uiu lo urdu t'urtionl.ir auualioa puii
ilitp'b black iiulthing Job work oxt.
luit at short notice
II V 'li-iTiiiLuU At Jo.
iert"r'il Oommiwion Agontn.
G. W. lACFAitLANE & Uo.
MPOltriSiUJ VN1 UlhUJalSSIOb
Jneen street, Uoi olulu. 11 t
GONSA-LVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers & Wine Merchant,'
Beaver Block, Honolulu.
OBRHWEB Si OOMPANIf,
UflT 0 OFPIOEUS.
P.O. Jones, Jr.,
f. O. Cahtku .
..President & Manage
.T'u-i urer & Sccrctar--
Hon. O.K. Bisnor fl 0 a i lien
Attorney at Law & Notary Public
Merchant Street, Honolulu. tf
3 . .
Attorney at Law & Notary Public
173 42 Merchant street, Honolulu.- ly
LOEEIN A. THTJESTON,
HONOLtTLr, H. I.
Office over Bishop's Jiink. C46 tf
Will practice in the lower ' ourts of the
xingdotu as attoiney, attend to collect
ing iu alt its branches, renting Of houses
ami any olhu business entrusted to him.
01 Kiug street; upstairs.
-8t , eaaiEi
362 r A.
i NATURAIi Mineral Water.
X bale only by
- W. S. LUCE.
.Solo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Island. v 523. tl
Gustav A. Schuinan
So. 79 & 81 : : King Street
At W. Wright & Son's,
laving received a full ns-mrtinent nl
Jiirriago Trimming MatetiaU from ihi
OaHt, I .am prcn ircil to execute all ordert
vitli neatnes and de-patch 't vr na
O. A SCMUMAN
Fort Street House,
184. Fort tetveot.
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
iho coniform of home.
Hooms with or without Board.
Board, per week, accoidlng to rooms
....'.. ......T... ..810 to 812
Transient, per dny , , . , 82 00(
oluglo ilcuis...... &0 Cents
Ituuiua l.arK. I.lulit an it Airy. Hot
itud Cold Uiitlis.
II. II. III3KKY,
llOIDl Wl., I JIOHOl
J II, ririlIKH, hop,
'Ii: It ii si
Mosul rtnu Lodging, pur ueuk, (no.
uoidluK to loctitliiil uf ii'iiiiic,,.
(,,m..m,....,......)o wioeia ixi
TuiikIuiiI, ic i.i'.,..nii, ,,,, 'i (M
'j'ublti llimiil, purutiiik.iiiiii TOO
Hugle MuiiU.... .. .m. .hum W
ikJrVlilluri vslll llml IhU him of Iho
iiiiiil iiuiiiiiii luhln ,ii id I'limiuilt'iil Huft
IU HI" t'llj. Mitt MiliJIlk utwu JK IPJH
mul ulD'i iJiil uml oiiji) witit-T lmli,
CASTLE & COOKE,
" Lilg, Firo & Marino
Insurance Agents I
New Bngland Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Go. of Hartford.
Klrt A Slnrtnc.
OK hUN FKANCI8CP, 0AL1PO11N1A.
Jan 3 DO
From and after tins date, a Regular
Freight Train will leave Honolulu for
Honouliuli and way Stations, Evuhy
Day (t'xcopting Sunday), at 10
o'clock A. M.
g&F" Hereafter no Freight wiy be
received for shipment, by Passenger
Trains, except by special arrange
ment. OAUU RAILWAY &. LAND CO.,
V, G. AbHLHY, Sllpl.
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1890. 730 lni
Pioneer Shirt Factory
lOT Fort SI., Upstairs.
The undersigned I'ens to inform tin
ublir of these Ilaaili that he W niakitu
lii-t-ti ly IVie iKurtMiicnl (!
Directions for-e!f.measurenient wil
be given on application
WMtoSblrts, Oversbirts & Nfgbt Gown
v lit guarantee by making n nmilr
rthlrt to every ordor.
Island order xolicltod Hell Tetophnne 4 1 c
X 'I ?' I I".
Steam Candy factory, Bakery
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Will again have on hand the largest
Fruit, Citroa, Pond, Jelly
To Buit tho most fnetidious tasto and
ornamented iu-F. HornV woll-known
stylo and in gi cat variety.
Of cndlcps variety of home manufac
ture, both plain and fancy.
RiChly oriiainented and plain. Also,
FixingH for decorating Xmns
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Horn's woll-known good quality.
AlbO, tor sule
MINCE -:- MRAT,
Fancy & Plain Pastries,
IN THE OKBATIIST VAKIGTY.
GuariMitcud to bo of tho richest iviul
piircit qiiulily ; Bold ut the lioucut
pi ico of only
$2 Per Whole Gallon
jtrVUmtQ cull anil convinco ywir
J'l(iiii)lnr, llulul ilrt'iU, bum no ii
foil A. Ntliliiini.
7.-W HOTll TKIl'JIOHliS Ar74
t'liirliiKo IIim'huh Vur Hiilo !
I HAVi: or nu ut
I idiuluii Kuimli, 8
Youiitf luiit uiiij
Mumm, tl IIim buil
IiimkU, iiwnil) im
AjijiJ) njuu bj njall ur
Mil lit l11 IU"
Thoroughbred -:- Liuuniu
Will stand for a short time at
GrccnOcld Stables, Kaplolani Park.
Duke Spencer Is a dark bay, 4 years
old; stands 16) bauds high; Mud and
gentle disposition. ""
PED X.G 1C IC :
By Dnko of Norfolk.
l8t dam Lou Spencer .bv Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina... by Imp Bnlrownlo
Srd dam Ilcunlo Furrow
by imp. Shamrock
4th dam Ida by imp Balshazzat
5th dam Madam Boslcy (Gamma's
Dam) bv hlr Richai d
Gth datrt Nancy Nlchol.. .by imp. Eagle
7th dam Bet. Uoslcy
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
ath dam by imp. Sterling
10th dam ..by Clodius
11th dam by Imp. Sllveieye
12th dam by imp. Jolly Roser
13thd.ini by Imp. Partner
Hth train by imp. Monkey
15th dam imp. muro from tho stud of
Ilairisou, of Biandon
CST Best of cam taken with animals.
In cise of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. II. KtCKAKD,
U22tt Honokaa, Hawaii.
The undersigned havluR been appointed
tola uguuts for tho Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
1'rotu the works of
Durham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepaied to give estimates and
receive oiders for these engines, of uny
size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive W onna
are now manufactuiing a stylo of Loco
motive partieul.uly adapted
For Plantation Pnrposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have pleastuc in furnishing plantation
agi'iits and mauageis with paiticulaib
The superiority of these Locomotive?
oer all other makes Is not only known
hero but Is acknowledged throughout
tho United States.
Win. G. IRWIN & Co
Agents for Hawaiian 1 Bland.
402 d-l!M w-ly
Watches For All !
ON A WKEKLY PAYMENT OP
WILI, CIVU A
Theso Cnei's nre tho bi-bt m tho
niuikot; nro guaninteetl to bo inatlf
of Two I'lutea of M Caiut Gold, with
I'liitd Coiii)(ijilion butwucn, nnd writ
ton guarantee from the factory, Full
Juwelled YVulliiitni Mom iihmiI, gua
ranteed to la-op lino timu
TliCbo WntcliOH um piuferalilu to
gold wuIcIiuh, Ix'C'itiitU' tlm eaten am
utlfl', and jiuiftctly nufo for tho uioo
inuiit. lsf"Kvery ineiubui gotn hie wuti-h
wiiliin lb wuokb. Cull niul n-o our
wntclios. It in a fiii iiipnrtiiiiiiy in
got u oliuitp niul liin' wnti'li in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO.
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Humiliilii hluuiii I'hiiliig Mllli, -:plu-ntulu,
NiiijliMinti till l.iiidn uf tluiililliig,
lU'lll Mill. VIIIUin IttlMIM, lljt)i,
timlmt I'uujk, unil nil MjiiU of wU'!
W UiJWi TtJiuIua,lwru I iijj Uflui
swuliiit. All fclii'l at Mnuliig HiuJ
vmmuutumu juw 'iw&wms .
J. W. LUNING
Corner Fort & Qneen Streets.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Of Man Frauclwco,
(Proprietor of the Itedfcrn House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
-HAH KE.MOVK11 TO-
UelwceirPllkol & ICeeaumoku sU.
Ladi es' Tailoring & Dressmaking
Hiding Habits, Ounulnu Talloi-uiade
Continues, Traveling Ulstein, JackoU,
all tliu Latent Designs lit
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Kingdom tiuiii(iriirll)', of
tttrnfoi uloliU wi'll-ostuh-
lUhi'd Hiilry, lluuleil u Kaulpu, In
Jliiuou Vullny, four inllos from llono
lultl 1'iiki Ollli'u, uud now ilolnt; a IiikI
iiuuf U liuuilii'd tlullttr )r iiinutli.
.Tliu Duliy outllt liH'liiilns Lund In fee
fclmiilii, vvliitriHin Hie luilhlliig I ii nil,
Willi mluulilM Iimho of tliu rumuliilinr
luuilt, iilioul 1 1 HI Cims uml llelfuii nl
Wll'H'fl'll'l lMI'l. $ DllllllUII Hulls,
DiMtlllng lloiuu uml (JiitliiillilliiK, liir
iljidlng limn inoni fur !'i i'uu iiutl
rinll lni 7 lmri'i llniM, Wukiiiu,
I'rtll. mill till III!) llilillllllt!IIU of K
l)it.ilii liiilry, Humid liwiiiliuill)r
I in niiiilili' to iiiiiku ii iiI(u(-iiiv nitlu v4
liu (Mil)' n hIioIui Iiu ll nil Mm
ju, IJL'iv in MllH'r olnt"'l H'U
nil' nil i iu iiiiiiiiIh'I tn
ht a, ma i'ano.
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