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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 7, 1800.
rouxn a i'oiiium: in a. hook.
A l'oor l.nil Sliuublr on it llnrcnln
at a Una I'ulr.
In tlio east oncl of I'mis tboro
is a sort of r.tg fair iti tho street
known as the Courado Vinconnos,
andboro a poor lad quite rocontly
bought a book for four ponco
which turnod out to havo a for-
tuno of dCGOOO insido tho covers.
It was tin old rolumo of tho illus
trated magazino callod Lo Voleur,
and tho monoy was in good State
and railwuy socurities to bonrer.
Tho lad's paronta wore eo ignor
ant that they did not know
whothor tho documoiits woro of
Thoy accordingly conaultod the
noarest dealer in wood and char
coal, men of this Bort haying al
ways had tho reputation in Paris
of being capitalists in a small
way. Tho man explained tho
naturo of tho find and then agreed
to keep tho afi'iir a secret and to
help to dispose of the poounties.
Accordingly ho wont off with tho
lud's father to Belgium to nego
tiate tho ealo
A fatal mistake was made, how
ever in offering soino of tho soou
rities much under thoir real valuo,
and tho mmiuy changer to whom
tho men applied givu them in cus
tody. Thou tho facts canio out.
itsoctnsth.it tho book belonged
to a man mimed Haas, who died
at Vaugirad, apparently bo poor
that his nepuews fiiuid his on tiro
possessions did not suflicu to pay
for hid amoral." Tho uophews
when imorm d that thoy were
hoirrf to cEGUOO which he had left,
thought the fiint lettor they ro
oeived announcing the fact was a
hoax and thoy took no notico of
it. Loudon Daily News.
Clcvoluml.IiiilnrKCil In Now York nil (I
UoiiiU'iuuctl In Uoston.
New York, December 23. -Tho
Board of Aldormon, by a vote of
16 to 11 today refusod to tablo
a resolution indorsing tho action
of President Olovolund on tho
Venezuelan question. The reso
lution was thon adopted.
At a largoly attonded mooting
of Tammany Hall tonight resolu
tions wbro adopted indorsing Pre
sident Cleveland's attitude on tho
Boston, December 23. Tho
Board of Aldermen tonight re
fusod to indor.so tho stand tukon
by President Cleveland in tho
Vonezuolan matter. Tho disap
proval was oxpressed by u vote of
7 to 5 in a refusal to concur in a
resolution adopted by tho Com
Now gentlo womnn at tho play
man's wishful naturo shocks
By wearing, in hor inconsistent
So little on her shoulders in the
far. oir private box,
So much upon her hat in the
parquet. Washington Star.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 25
and 50 cents por night' $1, and
$1.25 por week.
W '$ VS? fcJ
(From U. !i. Journal if Medicine.)
f rof. W.H.rcekwh milcc J a jpcelslty of Epilepsy,
bus 'vllliout doi'dttic iteil ami cured more cases than
iuyllvlnjil'hy.- urn; lUmicccsslsnstontslilng. Wo
tends with a lar?u fco:tl of Ins nbsoliitociirc, f rco to
any mfTercr who may tend 'heir I'.O.and Express ml
dress. Wo ail lo u lynn vlshlns a euro to addrvK,
Vrof. W. It. l'EKKn, i'-J)., 4 Cedar bU, Mow York.
Wanted at the Louvre Saloon,
01 Niiiinuii Street.
6000 won daily to drink the 5000
..FAMOUS SEATTLE BEER,..
ICE COLD ON DRAUGHT.
EDWARD & HARRY,
rostofflce Box -175 Uonolulu.
MANUFACTURER, : UPHOL
STERER : AND : DEAL
ER : IN . . .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Etc.
Contractor and Builder.
No. 89, Nuuanu street.
Has on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunks,
Matting, Wardrobes, Desks, Matrosses,eto,
g)tf" Call iu and inspect goods.
A TRIBUTE TO MISS ANTHONY.
Will Allen Ilrnmgoolo Spruit of Her n
tlio '"Mother of it Great Cause."
Miss Will Allen Dromgoolo, tho pop
ular southern nuthor, govo an address
nt tho Capital collogo in Atlanta recent
ly, and paid a high tribute to Miss An
thony, which was warmly applauded.
It is a groat thing to bo tho motlior of
a great cause Ycnrs ago thcro flashed
upon tho world a woman. Sho had no
other aunouncomeut than tho "wild
schcino' sho had mothered. Whorovcr
sho went tho hiss, tho sneer, tho finger
of scorn were euro to follow. Yet sho
pnriiwl right on, tho irnplacablo enemy
of slavery in vanity's dross, tho mother
of on unborn cnuso. To mo sho stands
majestic nmoug women. To mo sho is
tho grandest picture in tho book of our
tirno. To mo, liko tho prayer of my
childhood, tho nanio of Susan 13. An
thony holds somothiug grandly, solemn
ly, pathetically, magnificently sacred.
Yhatoer may havo been hor blunders,
whatovcr her faults, still sho fought for
womon. And sinco sho fought for wom
en, in tho namo of womanhood lot no
woman cast n stono at her.
Sho is ono of thoso who will nover
dio. Hor namo will go thundering down
tho nges long aftor you and I aro for
gotten, while her causo, tho child for
which sho sacrJflcod so much that makes
n woman's lifo dear to her, will live,
and throb and thrivo and flourish long
aftor sho has found n rofugo under moss
and marblo. And her namo shall out
wear tho marblo that shall cover hor
groat hoart. Posterity ahull woavo for
her a crown that old Timo cannot touch.
You may rofuso her a hearing today,
deny her tlio roso nnd tho laurel, but to
morrow shall r.vongo her, and alroady
that tomorrow is dawning. Upon tho
western slopo whoro her sun goes down
already tho roso of tho now day is re
flecting. Already tho world has caught her
messago ; already tho oar of woman is
attuned to its meaning; already tho
multitudes riso up to "call horblosscd;"
already upon tho threshold of lifo stands
tho now woman, tho crcaturo of her in
spiration, knocking for recognition.
And as Moses refused to bo called tho
sou of Pharaoh's daughter, so this now
woman refuses longer to bo regarded
morely as man's amusement nnd stop-
daughter to Adam's sparcrib.
Will Try to Improve tlio Law.
Tho Twentieth Century club of Wash
ington city has been discussing tho
"Legal Status of Women In tho District
of Columbia." As tho common law
provails thcro with regard to women,
it was not difficult to point to many
instances of great hardship. Mrs. Enoch
Tottcn, presidont, said that a widow
could not control property acquirod
through gifts of hor hnsbaud. Tho club
voted to co-operato with tho Federation
of Women's Clubs and other organiza
tions interested in tho matter in a peti
tion to congress to codify tho lawso.f tho
District of Columbia. Tho board of
trado of Washington has tho matter in
chargo and lian engaged legal talont to
proparo a propor bill for congress.
Women organizations havo been ro
quosted by tho board of trado to formn
lato thoir bill, so that it may bo incor
porated and presented in tho gcnoral
petition. Washington Lettor.
Managed Entirely by Women.
Tho Morris County Golf club is tho
only such association which is managod
entirely by women. Tho constitution
provides that thero shall bo but 82 reg
ular members, who shall' bo womon not
loss than 18 years of ago. Thcro is bo
sides a limited membership of 400,
which may bo mon and women, though
tho number of each is equally divided.
The eligible ago for tho men is 21 years,
showing that tho olnbjiromotors clearly
recognizo that a young man at his ma
jority is only just equal to tho young
woman of 18. Theso associated mem-
bors havo full privileges of tho grounds
and olubhoueo, but havo no Toto in tho
management of affairs, a right vested
solely in tho full power 82 women.
This club has not yet joinod tho Na
tional Golf association. Now York
IIO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers la
CBOCKEKY, GLASSWARE, ETC., ETC.
Water Pipes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
14"- No 41, IS'iuiuntl strcot.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDEK3,
Furniture, of all kinds made and repaired
llulldlnir houses and making rlco mills a spe
cialty. 1 O. Box 103, corner King and llethel
FINEST CRUDE DF
Hawaiian Blue Stone
In Hawaii for
poses Cut to
order In any
size or shape
to suit tlio
trade or pub.
lie. . . . . .
used in the Pu-
and Von Holt
- . UUIIUIMK9.
Agent for Lane Hron., S. F.
Arthur Harrison, Prop.
ft acco Ai m. J
I jut tirt Hv (
I IMCTCDOT 1
"II IUI (! 1
P. O. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE OX THE ISLANDS TO
Buy lew & Second-Hand
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Exclusive and Attractive.
Froo Rods and
GET OFF THE TRAM
MRS. AUG. DARROW.
Wells, lticiiAnraox & Co., , , Montrose, Pa., Sept. 25, 1894
Gentlemen I wis very much run down, liml uo appetite nt oil, whb vory nervous, bad no sleop nigutor dny; to sum it all
up, I WAS PEKFKCTLY WKICTC H ED . Hut thanks to Paino's Celery Compound I can now cnt and sleep nnd work just ai
well as I could beforo I was taken sick. When I commenced taking tlio Compound I weighed 130 pounds ; I now weigh lit
pounds and do all the work for mv family of Jive. I have recommended the Compound to three families already and thoy art
Very much pleased with it . I am now taking my fifth bottle, and would RECOMMEND IT TO ALL WHO ARK BUFFEltlNG
Wrrn STOMACH TROUIILE OR NERVOUS TROUBLE. Yours respectfully, ,
MBS. AUG. DAKIIOW.
HOLIDAY --:- GOODS
I cordially Invito Ladles and (icntlemcu to In
spect my stock of : ; : : : .
LMBUOIDliltED BCKEEN8, TABLE COVlUtb AND yUIltfS,
I3eaxxtifu.l Lacquer "W"a.xo ontl
i CAitiir a riiLi. stock or
MEN'S -- FURNISHINGS.
137" Especially tho
Hotel street, next to ordway Js Porter. lS'.'.tf
Silk cropo3 solid colors, silk bed spreads, pajn
mns, neckties, cushion covors, tidies, doylios
drnwn work nnd litind painted silk boltiim
cloth, jnst tho tiling for pninting on. Sovoralsilk
dress patterns, ladies embroidered dresses in
white nnd brown linon nnd ono pretty bnby's
dross in bnby bluo, beveled mirrors with elegunt
carved ivory bneks, carved ivory boxes. In
tortoiso shell there aro lorgnettes, ladies side
combs nnd hnir pins in various styles. Flower
vnses hanging, wnll nnd stand, in colored porce
lain, n few dozen of broad nnd butter plftles, n
fow protly penrl rings nnd pins, mats in grass
nnd shavings 3x0, shaving slippors, mattings in
roll, -10 yams each, ladies silver powder and
hnir pin boxes, and nu ondless variety of boxes
nnd bags suitable for candy for children.
It" Much of tho abovo, lato importations,
and all prico3 greatly reduced. Open evenings.
V.I,M X-iur.,JJL-3.1!r.. u
mZm mSbm irffl i A
J1W -, MBL-- VJ j,.Z
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND
RESTORED MRS. DARROW
TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
This is the Medicine That
Makes People Well!
-:IS FOR SALE BY TH
Wholesale Agents for the Hawaiian
.. - . .w.::4:.,ii.kiiAAt;i(arf'i
SATURDAYS . . . .
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains tIH lcavo ou Saturdays nt Dill
n.trii, and 1:15 p.m., arriving in llonoliil
at .1:11 p.m. nnd 5:20 p.m.
Train will lo.ivo on Sundays nt 9:15 u.u.
arriving iu Honolulu tit 5:'JU p. in.
R0UWD TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class, $1 76
2nd01ii8s 1 it
P. C. Smith,
1S2-3U1 Gou'l Fuss, and Ticket Aeent
b -A- 22: ei :es "3t i
BREAD, PJES and CAKES
Of nil kinds.
S9r? Tho finest imported coufectionory,
5 jf-!)-U Hotel ntrco' r irForti
BRONZE BRASS, and IRO
made and ropairod.
Particular attention paid
nnnnrwT p. ruii
li fl I V V IV
Castle & Cooke
aatMW- yfc?-g!aw.gg jm"-"
A general (dock of Liquors, Ales and
FItKSIl 1IEKII AUVAYS ON DUAUOHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro nt the finest and come to hi
direct irom Europe. -
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported si might from Louis.
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
J. J. Sullivan,
tWIIlUil UkUUXUW VUm.
llouolulu, H. I.
Sollivj.n & BuokijKT, Jlnn'g'rs.
FINEST EQUIPFI'D CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent nud Unre
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Foit nnd Hotel .Streets.
Hnw'u Hotel Stables, 8i
Pnntlieon .Stnliles, 8-1,
tf Fashion Stables. 148.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My S10.00 Bath Tulm, lined with besi
(unlity, No. 10 zinc, G in. Pipe, Chain and
Plutf, with wood lim nil complete. Other
dealers fnro diinifounded, nnd resort to all
mnuntr of Tricks nnd Excuse.
Be not deceived, theho Bath Tulw havo
been sold for $14 until I redneed tho price.
I am prepared to do all work In my lino
nnd gunmntto satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a good Job cheap for Cash,
ring up Telepliouo 811, and I nm your
JAS. NOTT Jn,
177-tf Tinsmith Plumber;
I III u n
Grand Sale of
Commencing Snturday, Dec.l-ith,
D.": HOWARD EITOHCOOK.
Mnstorpiccos in Pnrian
Marble, Guaranteed Gon-
uino; Silk Lamp Similes,
tho B and N Lamps, Pic
tures, Artotypo8, Photo
ALLEN & ROBINSON. (' ;'
Dealers in Lumber and Coal ".'dB
and Building Matorials of all JS
kinds. ' .&
Quoon Rtreot, Honolulu. ' 9
E. B. THOMAS, R
CONTRAOTOR AllD BUrLDEa JgM
jCEstiniut(iS pivou on all H
kjnds of -Stone, Brick nnd Wood R
work. King si root. 47-If . .,H