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23 FOR FOUR
English Wardrobes, I'bito Glass Front;
M:irl)leto) Xn Stands,
MarMotop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dininn' Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Uattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Hoyal Yoreester Vasts,
Roval Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers. Classes,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matt in
Etc, Etc, EtO.
THEO. H. DA
Nivaarm Street, -
has jrsr hkckivud
Direct from Clilutt ' I'lm-l Moiititnln Quail! ' Sii'rlor to Anv
ililiij; live .-iilil In llonuliilii'
A Choice Assortment oi Christmas Toys on Hand
Camplwr Trunk's bitted with Putt nt '' tire . k,
,.!( ftliilm ( hlii'if Ittimlititt ( Imirx mid htumjr,
lliiiiitifti WiUrt h I'linf' .S'iU mnl fiilh llmidkrrt'hiff, Kir.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alum on luui'l u ' tint.',' --oriini'iit of i-Iiihiti'", Twnil", l.ln , Ktr.
Low Prioea ixiidL Good it Guaranteed
CI J AS. 11LSTACE,
IMI'OHTKH AM) UKAUKU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Guods Received by Every
All UnliT- fmttifiilly
alien. I in.
kolli'ltfil ami iui'Ut-il with I'.irM
Limoln Ummk, Kixu SniKn.
BufJI lKl HoSl .'lii-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Stoamor.
ICR - IIOrSK - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Isi.anhs Oittir.ns Siilk m:r.
II K. .MrlXTYUK & UliO.,
IMWIim.HS Mi I)I,I.I1S IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
NVw (loml- II Ivi"l liv r.vnry I'urki't from 1 1 i:utirn .Stnti" nmi Knropc
JUKSH - CALIFORNIA - I'KOUL'CK - MY - IJVKItY - STMAMKK.
All Onlerx fallhfilll llllnlhleil to anil IjoihU llellvereil to mi)
i 'art ! the i it i hi;i:.
fsl.ANU OlIIIKIIS SOUOITCD.
VIES & 00.
Near Hotel Street
1'. ti. 1I0X 7-
Butter and Island Batter
Steamer from Sail Francisco.
Miij.faetiou iiiirnlileeil. Ilalnl Orili-ro
Hct. Fihit ami Alauka Sthkets.
-J. ii. liox vr,
& Retail Grocers
I. ( MUX ll.'i
AMI KINU HTHKKTa.
Anheusor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beer.
r. i...i n. dot. :, tya
Mi-sif.. Mi fri sh .V l .. I.'ii.,
iliuiotiilii, II. I.
Irnr Sir - W'v have mulled ntl n copy
cif the Wnlic-Pemnrml tllltioiltieiti); theorem
virion won l tin' AMii:im-Hisrii Ao-
(MriiiN wlth'thelr "KAlII.!"' ttmtnl of
AXilhl'MMI-ltl'Mll Hlil'.WINU AShO-
(Sjirfiitl Iffljuilth In HhilfllfMiifrnl,)
Wiihh' K I it. rim urn, III., (Vt. '.it.
Noawiird hits ever Seen iiintl,'onriitifliii:
In M l.nul ihiiiIi iiinl i utl, mrrlteil
the otic l'imii lo-iliix li ilic l oliimliluu
jtir) of tin- VurM' 1'nfr. ciinl'liiKif will
noleiir. nml ehi'itilt .'f tlicluglivst rnnk,
lo the Anlii'il-cr-llil-eh llrrwliii; Aoe.lu.
llmi. 11 iiiu'IhkW of unrivalled l.il-I t
iilcr prli'. iiiul li uitin Hit lirt material
i.rinlui'nl (it Ame'rica ami Kuro, rxi'litd
(ill? torn iiml other adulterant or urro
piti"!, tlicillllereiit khnlof thr Aiiheii,'r-llil-ch
ImmT have Ih'iiiiiic tin' favorite, with
tin' Aiurririni iin lr. ami have now con.
quercd tin' hiitfict award In ever iartletl
Inr, which had to In- ronlili'ril l the
I'oliiinlilmi Jiirv. The hluh character of
the award isivcii to-hi liy the Juror will
lie Ih'Hit uiiilrr-lciiil wln'ii it l know n t tint
tin- illiU'ri'iit hcer. I'xliliilicl In tin- An
hcuer tlici'li llri'ltii A'l!ilinii had to
ctiinte with Inili'lniU of tin' mot excel
lent ill-iln- of other brewer. 'I he fact
thnt no other concern lin reiclved o
tnati' iMilnto for the vnroii c-ctitlal iiial
Itli'i of KiknI Im.t coullrm mii'w tin' Ili-iii'"
ruliiilitloii u- tin leader of till American
mnl Mr. Ailclnliii-
llilv'li I'llll (eel
over thl ri'nlt o Ju
..-., -Vi,.. t-""Wll"r-.
cv" The above Is a Fac-slmMI ol tbe
Label of tbe " EAGLE" Brand wblcb took
Yfe- III urilerlllt: .llil- lleer ! Mire In
n-k lor tin' "KAdl.i: lliiiinl.
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
s!kVtf A'jrnti lur I In mi i Inn llninln
rii itlmvi Store hi reeeue,l ntiMther
ili nl lit liiviilie of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
I lOII'lll IMl
Beautiful Silk and Crape
I (lit DKh.Si:i
I llllllllll-. I'llllll' I'MT-,
lle, Cover-, flow n,
i lifiiili-t', MitiwK
Dill 1,1 lh. hi A II IS.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
iv i.ui:r vaiiikiy.
I'A- llli-s-i'tlon l,'e-.i elfulh lnvlleil.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J. P.P.Collaco, Proprietress,
King Street Restaurant,
4 Alakoa Sts.
EverythiDg Served In First Class Style.
llimnl hv tin We. k
tK. It will l
oil II hi or Hlm.lt the 1 ft
Ml III I. .V in., l'loi.
Muiry go Round
1 Everything Served In First Class Style.
Mlliule Mull .. J i I'l'lil-
J .'I .Mi-Ill llekel- Hi
! Fowl Three Times a Weok
iiinilii mnl linn lii ui iiuon, 'iii
ln lit iih i.
VII Im UJiiCK nIMJ, l'mi.
tnKii-v' rrsrv5'ivr iiJ.H
(Continued from 1st Page.)
my alilaneed wifo!" Thou ho took
liir arm nud led hor through tho
throntr, and whon out of thoir hoar-,
ing, ho said, "My poor child, I do
not know who you aro. nor how vou i
camo to bo mado tho siibjoct of so ;
urttol a jost, but, if vou will consent
I will marry you to-morrow, and as
my wifo no ono shall daro to sully
your nauio with a breath of sus
picion." Tho following day they wero
married and .loo's college career
ended; but his father, who was dis
appointed and chagrined over tho
ill-timed marriage, heard nothing of
tho attendiutt circumstances until
tho sophomore, Wilson, in a fit of
I'ontrittoii noarly ayoar aflur, wrotn i
liim n full account (if thu affair, and J
tut nnxt lot tor from tho miller touts
Kon after thin divcliMtiri untied with:
"Uod hloss you, Joe."
If u.rn I ttixr.it.
To be Cunt in mil.)
HOW IT PASSED THE HOUSE.
Glorious Triumph of tho Wilson Tariff
In the House, of Ueprecentativcs
at Washington on I'eb. 1 the tariir
doliato ou thu iloii hill closed
with a hurt of oratory. Cricn.
Heed and VHon canto forward in I
tho closing hours to arguo for and
against the inauguration of the new
economical system. The leaders on
both sides were accorded an ova-
tion as they entered the hall. There
was some preliminary lilibtisterittg
ou tho barley schedule by the lie-'
publicans, which only succeeded to i
thu extent of consuming time.
Heed said the bill was odious to
both sides of the House. "It meets
with favor nowhere. It commands
the respect of neither party. On
this side, while we believe that it
protends to lie for protection, it ,
does not alford it, and on tho otlior '
side they believe, while it looks to-!
ward free trade, it does not
plish it. Those who vote against l
this bill Will do SO because it OIIUIK
our markets to the destructive com- I country will be injured; I think the
petition of foreigners; those who ' members of the Amoricau League
voto for it will do so with the re-o-r- ' or other intelligent people who are
vatiou that they will instantly do- opposing the immigration of Chi
vote themselves to a crusade against noo laborers do not understand tho
wuaiever oarners nro ieu.
Speaker Crisp placed Hatch of ;
MisMiuri in tho chair and replied to ,
Heed. He declared that while tho '
protective system was built up
ostensibly for the benefit of labor, it
was actually for the benefit of the ,
manufacturing claws, pointing out
that the wages of laborers in pro
tected industries went down, while
those ill the unprotecteil went up,
as a result of the .Mclviulcy act. lie
referred to the artificial condition
produced by iirotectiou. which was
a Chinese wall, not only shutting ,
out the world, but shutting in the ,
United Slates. j
Crisp declared that thirty oarsof '
protection had been a period of tin-1
rest, during which the ma'sos eon-j
stautly rebelled against burdensome
taxation. They always Imvo boon
stilled at the polls In Hepiibhcaii j
proiiii.-es to reduce the tnritl. Ill-'ct-1
ed, the latter surrendered them
sehe", body nud soul, to llie manu
facturers. Ho pointed to the Chi
noo as an example of the protective '
policy of KM years. I
Kofcrriug to the various features j
of tho bill, he spoke of the income i
tax, which was greeted with vocifer-1
oils applause by the adhereuth of i
that uioasiire. Cnp closed witli an
eloquent appeal to his Democratic
associates to waive minor objections
and look at the great Democratic
Wilson, Chairman of the Ways
and Moans Committee, was received
with cheers as he urn-o to cIomo the
debate. Ho began with sarcastic
replies to diirereut orator opposite,
then turning to the subject in hand
h eloquently portrayed the advance
of freedom. "Tim bill." he said, "is
one of those advaiues no MeKiuley
bill could stem the advance of
human progress, (ireat cause could
not be laughed or ridiculed away,
anil the gentleman from Maine could
not draw from his armor) of sarcasm
and wit to stop the advance of this
cause of lightening taxation."
Heferring to the income tax, Wil
son said he had tint wanted it at
tached to this bill, but once attach
ed he supported it loyally. Thorn
was continued applnitv as WiImiii
denied the charge of sectionalism
in the bill. He cioed with an elo
tpieut appeal to lj i fellow Demo
crats, saying, in pasiug the bill the
House would permanently record no
mere pa-si. g utuut. but a great
epoch in American lii-tory.
Wilson's glowing peroration arous
ed the Democrats and the galleries
to the highest pitch of enthusiasm,
and the detiioustrai inii which follow
ed his last word has bcldotn been
equaled in the House. The whole
Democratic side rose to their feet
ami books and records were iluowii
in the air as cluer followed cheer.
The people in the galleries joined
with voice anil hands in the tribute.
lleforo Wilson could sit down three j
Detuociatic members, hiihhliiur oror '
with enthusiasm, .Johnson, Tucker1? VAI.l'AIU.i: IMIU'KS
and Hon.., rush,,! up the aisle, lift- ' ,t .ilil'r.rtir'TJSMLW1;
uii ,, iisiiii iiMiii uiuir nnoiiiiierh aim
carried him in triumph to the rear of
the hall, whore for ten mi miles he
listened to words of praise showered
V'rilimr ,!..,,. I......... .... II... I. Ill
."...ft , ,v-i( ,rf-,,,, wu ill. Iflll,
The aiueiiiluieut I hat included the1
income ta paei by IH'2 to W).
I pou a mot ion to recommit Coch
ran demanded the ayes and noes, but
only thirty-si Democrats roo to
second the demand, principally those
who had toted atraiust the income
I tax, together with the Louisiana
sugar men -not a sullieieut iitiinl
1 he million to recommit was tl
I . I. .f.. ...... I ! .! .. . ,..., .
i tiuii'iiii'u 1111 ii iisiiil' vine, 111.1 to iii
i On an aye and no vole the whole
bill passed In 'Jill to I It) Sewuitoou
Democrats oled in the niiuoiiiy.
There was another burst of aiplaue
as the Wilson bill passed Us final
stage. The House adjourned on
inolion of Wilson, cutting oil' n ques
tion of privilege raised by lloiiiollo.
.1 A-oiiiii (, (timiinrviiil I'rintti.'i
promptly ermneil nl fnt rie nt He
Tho Asiatic and Portugueso
It suotin now that tho Portuguoso
colony pcoplo think and bolievo
that no othor laborers ought to bo
imported to this country ou tho
ground that it will starve tho Portu-
gueso population. It must bo ro
membureu that tho majority of tho
Portuguoso living in Honolulu wero
imported as plantation laborers, in
tho samo way as Chinese and Japa
neso laborers woro imported. After
tho expiration of tho terms for which
they wore contracted, they left tho
plantations and camo to Honolulu,
whore they competed and are com
peting with the natives and other
uropean people in work at wharves,
on roaila and otlior plaws.
tlion tho duty of natives o
European people working as labor-
ers to do all in their power to stop
tho immigration of all Portuguoso ,
or othor imported laborers in llono- !
lulu, because it will starve them to
death. Will the Portuguese laborers ,
say that it is rigid? 1 bolievo they
will cry "No!"
1 may predict thai if the Govern-1
tiient shall stop altogether tho immi
gration of Asiatic laborers and shall
solely tlepeud upon the immigration
of Portuguese laborers, n day will
come when tho Portuguese laborers
will demand or rcouest that all Uov-
eminent jobs or oliices must huuivcu
in Portuguese. 1 must sav now that
it is a very dangerous course to
the prosperity of Hawaii. It must
be considered that tho Chinese and
Japanese laborers did not and do
not try to dictate to the Govern
ment in any matter whatever; but
tho Portuguese did and do il now. ,
It is admitted by all intelligent
people here, that our plantations i
must have cheap labor in order to
keep ou; otherwise, all plantations ,
here must be shut down; ami in ease '
it shall bo done, alt people hero will
be injured, whether they are rich or
poor; whether ignorant or smart.
If Chinese laborers are imported
to the country according to tho
terms of the laws of l.s',12, 1 do not
think thnt the i.rmmorilv ,.f tl.U
provisions ot UlO laws of 1B'.I2 ro
latiug to the immigration of Chinese
laborers. The sugar industry is the
chief and most important industry
in the country, and It demands as a
necessity cheap labor.
The Portuguese of course are ' gym Steamer. -read
to shoulder arms against Asia-'
lie laborers, in order to gam this
point and after all they may control
the country; thou propose to annex
Hawaii to Portugal; in that case all
annexationists who are desirous of
annexing the Paradise of tho Pacific
to the Greatest Hepublic will bo
linka luii. Xo Chan.
Honolulu, Fel). 21, IS!) I.
Mrs. liiuily Thome, who resides at
Toledo, Washington, says she has
never been able to procure any
medicine for rheumatism that re
lieves the pain so quickly and effec
tually as Chamberlain's Pain Halm
ai'd that she has also used it for
lame back with great success. For
sale by all dealers. Hcusrm, Smith
A; Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
ASI'KCIAI. I.I lilt It Y IK SOWOI'KN
lo Minh'iitsonTri:SIAY, TIIUIIS- i
li.W illnlMATIMtDAYofi'iirh wiulc, from
'i lo I i'. m., on tin.- si'coinl tlnor of thu Fo- I
ter llliK'k, Nililiiini street, over Uivcjo.v's I
lnre. Ijitruliie liy llin -eeiunl ilu.ir, iiii the i
hme lenillnu '" the hack purl of thu llono
1 I ill ii 1'iiiiihlry.
1 tW In ri-Miiie to iiiiiihtiiii- risiiients,
a trial A II I' i'I.as nl' I'll Ko-oi'll Y,
i ono evi'iilnit ii week, free of elmrne, will he '
i "larleil In the l.llirary Hull. u soon us
I tMi'llI uilheloiis have heeii reeelveil. Ill
j leinlinu stinleiitH, ileae notify the l.llira-
IW ll'Hiks lent out to rei(inllile par- i
ties III lloimhlhl. mnl when i Hilli'iilile to
rc.-iilimlMif the other IslamN. tii Im
Rigger and Stevedore, i
KHriMATKS AS'l) CDNTItAi'18 ON '
A I.I. KINJi OK WOltK.
The Schr. MAIIIMAIII "
Will rim remtlarl hetween this jiort ami
W'liialua, Kauiilhaiin. .Mokulela, Kcawf- '
mil ami I'liulki on the l-laml of iiahii,
I'nr l''relnlit, i tc, iiiily to the t'upiulu.
ttfc- lli.illre hi ulllee of .1 K. Walker,
over hirecl,eli' llauk, Furl street. U'lT-tf
THAT TUA1T nl-' I'ASTl'ltK
X Ltiiitl IhiIiiiikIiik to thu I.'
Pile (. I'lnis. A I.oiii;, ileeeiiseil,
situutiil III 1'alolu Valley ami
coiitaliiliiu lint ueren. more or
le-s foi a term of years; thu laml In en
eloeil hv ii Hiihstuiitlul feneu. For iartl
i'illarsiqiil to r. A. HCIIAIll'Klt.
Ur, .1. t- roi.111 n. im iw
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
lloiiiilillu: nil IniruiiliiK.
for full lurtieiilars to
HUTCH .M A. J. CAKTWUK1HT.
FURNISUED ROOMS TO LET.
imvo sickly rim-
I liMieil Hoiiiiis on I.I-
llha street, uiio-itu Kua
klni street, ahout live mill-
uie' walk from Siiuauii street earn. ,ii.
il al this olllec. tl'l'l-tl
nLhIIIAHI.i: oi'Fli i: A'rlc.VUi
u in mi nt so i.i Ku- it !! iiirnv
aliilliiiilili stieet. Alipl) to liiiiX2.
oki iw W ll.l.l.til IUM II. II.
1 ot 1'oiiror 1 iv.. Illume,
liesiiles Klti hull
.l) al till lllliee.
TWII Ml F.I.Y Fl'll
1 lllsheil Itooiiis for
lii'lltli'llien al No,
it g2?T I
if MiM '
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
We do not no in or grinding out
Spectacle and Ryegltwie, but we can
fit you at price in accordance with the
OUIt LtNE OF
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WKLI, ASdOKTKI).
AM, KINDS OP
Needles &Fittings I
The King of All T irwriter.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Suppllos,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
FUll SllDDlV Of Flllfi SlRllOnerV
UU ""HF'J Ul 1U0 OWUUUWJ,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
S3? Music and Books ordered by
Ami don't foriret HASH In the
h.i-N of our bil'ltifss Bluj tt uluiiys talks.
FOR, S-A.LE3 !
i Tin-uiitlrrs'Kiiwl nift-rii for ssle the follow.
hiK lleuutlfiil Stock:
THU 1'INK HOltHK
AMI TIIK rni.uiwimi MAIIKHI
"Anj;io A.," "Jo.sio W.,"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Bluo" and Colt,
seen at (Inenlldil Htulilfs, where nrlio Mini
terms can he arruneil to milt the tliiniM.
: Kaplolanl Park.
Mokuleia Stock Farm
WILLCOVKIt TKS .MAUK8 AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
PINE HORSES FOR SALE !
TIIOS. W. GAY,
W7 'Jin-a H Miuiuger.
ileoil l'asturuKii hy the iiionth or year. All
llorsus will he wulhloukeil alter
ami kiqit In iadil(K!ks.
Tllh NTANIIMIII IIRKII TIlnTTIMI HrM.LION
Kecorcl 'Ji'J ill llonuliilii,
Will make 'lie season nt this Itaiieh until
Jul 1, Mil. TKHMH,.50.
Disi iuimiu.s: Foah'il IHsii, hhioil ha, 111
haiiils hlnh ami weight llliO iuiiiiiiIh,
I'Kiili'in.r.: 11 "ilrosvenor," h "Ail.
niliilstriitor," h "Ityuilyk'H Hiuiilltoiiinii
In." Dam h "Nutwood," record 'JtlSj;.
For further particular Hiily to
I .MKNIIONOA. Kuiimihe, or,
riMli: I'THNITUUK OF HIX ItOi.MH
1 uilillileln fur hmisfki'tmhlK, IlielllillllK
a line l nrhtht
lllilekerliik' l'liuiii ami
New lloiiit'1' .swiii!
i Mu.'hllie. Aiuilv ut
.So. as lUrelaimi stieet, near I'llilihfxiwl,
Notice to Consumers!
The new work- of the Ifauaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice i hereby given thai from
and after January 15th the Com
pany is prepared to supply incaii'
descent electric lighting to cm
tomcrs, fn a few'dnyi the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given .
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for Interior wiring and ran
furnish fixtures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
tJ-tf IMtKSIDKNT II. K. CO.
I have iniicli pleasure in
advising my numerous cli
ents that I have received
advices that the .Siiamhock
Linkns have been accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at the Chicago World's Fair
for Table Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Kin
broidery. W. G. SPROULL,
Hole A(f nt for thu Hnwnllun IsUiuli.
Mut. ill- TF.LKl'HON K8 -Hull A',,
V. O. Ilnx 38U.
411 KING STRKBT.
IVrH.8. "Oermilc," Dee. 4th,
a i utui. vhii:tv ok
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Different Varieties ami Latest I'attenu.
tmiKTU, SILK HANDKKUOHIKFH,
Kti' lite, Ktc, Ktr.
Low Prioes !
411 -:- King-:-Street
A FIN1C JAl'ANKSK STKA.MKK
Dilu hern on or ulmut the. end of Muri'h
will he ilesintt'hed with Malls ami
I'lissuiiKurb for thu above
l'ort ou or uhout
For further nartUmlarit reuardlui;
l'usaj;M uml hrulitht, upply to
K. OG-URA & CO.,
C1AITAIS WILLIAM DAVlUb, FOIt
) the pitsl twuhu i'iir In i'oiiiiiiuihI of
Inler-Ulaml steamers, oilers his services us
I'ilut lo uii port or lamliiii; la tho
lliiwuihiu I'IhiuIs. Ile-t of refeienciH.
llliillrr ut ollliu of .1. Si. Walker, ovel
HireokeU' lluiil., Fori slreel. Uj7 tf
I TRADE 1
V MARK C